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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - October 3, 1964, Dover, Ohio 80 Die As French Liner Crashes—Story Below Met wmmmmm' ms® wm •• * • Dover    46 f New Philo    8 Uh'ville    28 I Ridgewood Coshocton 0 | East Liverpool 8 * Nc'town    18 | Garaway 22 | Massillon    28 14 Alliance    6 An early-evening storm held the opening night attendance at the 12th annual Ohio Swiss Festival at Sugarcreek to an approximate 5,000 but it didn’t dampen the festive spirit once the rain was over. Clear skies and a bright sun this morning were expected to encourage a flood of humanity today, with more than 25,000 anticipated before the curtain comes down on the event late tonight. This afternoon’s highlights were a Swiss costume contest at 1:15, the traditional antique auto procession at 2:15 and then the big parade of bands, floats and marching units at 2:30. Swiss entertainers, including yodelers, singers and musicians, along with 9 bands, will fill the air with music the rest of the afternoon and evening with See FESTIVAL, Page 14. Ohio Swiss Festival Queen Arlo Woodworth is flanked by attendants, Wanda Steed (left) and Gladys Guggisberg. By Charley Dickens A scale model of the U.S. * Capitol in Washington, made by Brad Sw'inderman, 14, of 323 E. 20th St., who utilized cardboard and 200 soda straws, will be pictured in the magazine section of Sunday’s Cleveland Plain Dealer. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Swindcr-man. Cyril D. Gibbons, 67, whose wife, the former Kathryn Weber, is a sister of Vincent J. Weber of 1205 Race St., Dover, will retire next Friday as chief of the Internal Revenue Service’s field audit branch in Cleveland. He has been with the IRS 46 years, starting April I, 1918, as a disbursing clerk in the Cleveland office. He obtained his commission as an agent in 1921. Mr. and Mrs. Gibbons, who reside at 3646 W. 148th St. in Cleveland, will maintain that residence but plan to spend their winters in warmer climates. DAY BRIGHTENER 2 A teenage girl does her homework in the same time it takes her mother to do the dishes. The Daily Reporter Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, October 3, 1964 VOL. 61. NO. 71.    48    PAGES. SSS On The Inside.... 3 More UF Chairmen Selected..............Page    2 Coldwater Claims U. S. In Nuclear 'Deal' . . . Page 2 'Hilda' Unleashes Fury On Coast .......... Page    3 There're Other Presidential Candidates .... Page 3 How Bow, Bolton And Taft Cast Key Votes .... Page 5 Oh, Kay! .................   Page    12 Funnier Facts From Week's News.......... Page    15 Improper Hypnosis Use Can Be Detrimental . . Page 17 Photo Finishes On Week That Was..........Page    27 Helping Hints For Lunch Packers .......... Page    27 David Davies Has Had 'Wonderful Life'......Page    28 Mrs. Carl Dahler Gives Culinary Tips ...... Page    29 Yankees Need One Victory For Pennant......Page    38 National League Race Still Up For Grabs Page 39 Around The World .......... 36 Hospital News .............. 16 Obituaries .................... 33 Sports .................. 38    to    43 Television .............. 19    to    22 Women’s Pages .......... 8    &    9 Strasburg Driver, 16, Injured Timothy Bowen, 16, of Strasburg is listed as “fair” today in Union Hospital with severe lacerations to the head sustained in an accident at 4:25 p.m. on County Road 78 near State Route 516. Bowen looked away from the roadway, patrolmen said, and his auto went left of center and hit one driven by Paul Lab, 39, of Strasburg. The accident is still under investigation. Heavy damage was reported to both cars. A Strasburg woman was cited by State Patrol for excessive speed for road conditions following an accident at 12:35 p.m. yesterday on County Road 102 See DRIVER, Page 14 Swiss Festival Queen Ruling' Two Kingdoms It Isn’t often that a queen reigns In 2 different kingdoms but that** the crowning experience for a green-eyed brunet from Middlefield, who is presiding today over her ‘‘royal court”—the thousands attending the Ohio Swiss Festival in Sugarcreek. She is Arlo Woodworth, 17-year-old, 5-foot-4 freshman at Ohio State University and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Woodworth. festival    “ French Liner Hits Mountain, 80 Are Dead She was chosen as week queen last night after judges were closeted for 2 hours with 12 contestants in First Mennonite Church. Last June 16 she was accorded a similar honor at a Swiss festival in her hometown. Last night’s runnersup were Gladys Guggisberg, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Guggisberg of RD 4, Millersburg, and Wanda Steed, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Shepherd of Sugarcreek. Gladys’ father, cheesemaker for Doughty Valley Cheese Co., captured first place in the festival cheese judging last Wednesday. Crowning Queen Arlo was Francine Finzer, 17, who won the title last year. “Her majesty” received $200 in cash and wilT get another $100 when she completes her reign, as did Francine. For the next 12 months the attractive brunet will represent the Ohio Swiss Cheese Assn. at various functions. W. L. (Whitey) Beechy, serving as master of ceremonies when the winners were announced, presented Queen Arlo, who is majoring in elementary education, her cash award. She See QUEEN, Page 35. TREVELEZ, Spain (AP) — Wreckage of a French plane was found early today near the summit of a Sierra Nevada Mountain peak but no survivors were found among the 80 persons aboard, the Civil Guard here said. “The plane is completely destroyed and its thousands of fragments scattered all over an area” of more than 600 yards, they reported. “The bodies, horribly mutilated or burned, were far beyond recognition.” The Civil Guard said the wreckage was found around 5 a.m. high on Alcazaba Peak, ll,-043 feet above sea level in southern Spain. The plane hit the peak Friday while flying over the southern edge of Spain en route from Se FRENCH LINER, Page 13. ;

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