Dover Daily Times in Dover, Ohio
16 Oct 1967

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16 Oct 1967

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Dover Daily Times (Newspaper) - October 16, 1967, Dover, Ohio First in series of thumbnail sketches on nov. 7 candidates appears today on Page to the daily reporter largest circulation in Tuscarawas county vol. 65. No. 82. 26 pages. Dover new Philadelphia. Ohio monday october 16. 1967 phone 343-7706 7 cents Brush Blaze destroys 26 Homes in path nature s on annual fling. Mother nature dressed in her autumn Best seduced motorists from the highways to the byways Over the weekend rewarding her admirers with Cenes of seasonal Beauty such As these captured on film by daily reporter photographer Ralph Mckee. But while she courted with Sunshine and warm breezes nature s voice held a new harshness. Her summer Rustle now a rattle of wind stirred dry leaves seemed to warm of Winter Days not too far ahead. Truckers firms get new plan Pitts la ugh a a mediation Mam in the steel haulers strike has come up with a new proposal on the disputed Issue of paying the True kers for waiting at steel Mills. The strikers and trucking firms face a vote on it this week. A steel Industry publication says the strike in its second month is having serious economic effects on steelmakers. The time truckers wait for loading and unloading at present without pay has become the key Issue in the strike. The new proposals would give the truckers $13.70 an hour after a four hour wait. The proposal arrived at in weekend sessions by a seven state mediation panel will be submitted to the National steel carriers association a breakaway group of Independent trucking firms the teamsters Union and the strikers. The two trucking groups rejected tile original agreement see plan Page 8 Blaze damages Greer Furnace \ fire at Greer steel co. Saturday caused than $1000 damage to one of the annealing furnaces according to an official there. Dover Fin men who were called at 4 07 ., used water foam dry powder and Carbon dioxide to contain and extinguish the Oil fire. It apparently started when the Oil Seal Drain of an annealing Furnace became clogged causing the Oil to Back up into the Furnace. Go weather vane saturday High 62 Low 38 yesterday High 76 Low 37 the weather elsewhere High Low or. Boston Clear.61 49 Chicago rain. 61 52 .92 Detroit rain 65 54 1.04 Indianapolis Cidy. 83 63 ,03 los Angeles Clear 99 62 Miami Clear 80 74 new Orleans cloy 84 69 Omaha 39 Phoenix Clear. .91 56 Richmond fog 74 48 today 7 62 rainfall last 48 hours. None tomorrow Sunrise. 7 39 Sunset. 6 43 High 60 Low ->0 s forecast rain ending and turning cooler. Los Angeles apr a searing Brush fire swept into another los Angeles residential area today boosting to 26 the number of Homes left gutted in its path and threatening about too More on nearby hillsides. The fire near suburban Chatsworth about 30 Miles Northwest of los Angeles was one of two major blazes which have blackened an estimated 26.000 acres and left one person dead since sunday. Tired firemen who battled through the night said the major danger was that hot dry winds might return. At the most destructive Point of the 10,000-acre Chatsworth fire four Homes were reported destroyed today. Some too others stood in the path of the flames. There w Ere 22 Homes destroy q a arc there any books that Tell the proper ways for a Man to dress for different occasions so Many things for women arc out but i can t find anything for men. Mrs. D.c., Zoar a a write to Esquire Magazine 1255 Portland place Boulder. Colo., 80302. It advertises just such a Book on menus fashions. Me a where is the Best place to store some old 78 rpm records and what is tin Best position to store them in t.s., diner a a in a dry place not subject to temperature extremes experienced in basements or attics. It on Stant exposure to temperature changes can ruin a record. Also they should be stored Flat unless they Are on record rack. Standing on end a records own weight can Warp it. Q a is there a dentist in the Dover new Phila Dei Puiia area who uses a Gas Type aesthetic while filling or pulling Teeth Iii his office mrs. A. Dover a a or. R e. Ley of Dover is the Only dentist in either City who uses Gas. Ile also used novocaine. De sunday in the area. To the Southwest about to charred Miles away a second fire front burned toward new Homes about three mils East of thousand Oaks. However firemen said no Homes there were immediately threatened. About 1.000 firemen fought the fingers of fire which nibbled Over Hills and into canyons and Gully. Fire officials said the chats Worth Blaze combined with a 3,000-acre fire in the Simi Valley of Southern Ventura county. Both fires were burning on a 20-mile perimeter bordering . 101, the Ventura freeway. Fire department spokesmen said Janet Cameron was killed at Simi when a fire truck collided with her car. Two firemen and other motorists were hospitalized. Traffic on the Venturi freeway to the Simi area was backed up for eight Miles at one Point. A a a i lost said Edward Collins whose Home went up in flames a a everything House and furnishings. My son and daughter last their Home too. I stayed to fight the fire until it got so hot i had to leave. See fires Page 8 Tindes guardians at Gnadenhutten scouts Mike Riley left of Uhrichsville and Bobby Mccormick of pleasant Valley flank scout Leader Bob Gray of port was Hington As they take a look at Gnadenhutten from their campsite overlooking the Village. They Are among Vandatta District scouts holding their annual fall Camporee on Stocker s Hill. Story and another picture on Page 6. U. S. Marine plane drops second accidental bomb on con Thien obituaries. Television. .7 around the world. 8 Bill Graham. 8 traffic court. La women a pages. .12 amp 13 Hospital news. 15 sports .15, 16 amp 17 dear Abby. 23 or. Alvarez. 23 or Crane. 23 your Horoscope. 23 area news Dennison. 6 Uhrichsville. 6 Newcomerstown. 6 West Lafayette. 6 Leesville. 7 Guernsey. 8 Waynesburg. La Baltic. Millersburg. 18 Millersburg. 19 Strasburg. By George Mcarthur associated press writer Saigon apr a u. S. Marine plane accidentally hit the Marine outpost of con the Ion with a bomb sunday killing three marines and wounding nine in the second mistaken bombing there in three Days. Communist hellfire wounded another eight marines at the Muddy base guarding red infiltration routes just South of the demilitarized zone. A mistaken bombing Friday killed two marines and wounded 21. Both incidents were being investigated. The defenders of con Thien came under repeated Savage shellings last month for North vietnamese believed attempting to take the outpost but overwhelming american firepower beat Back the assaults. . B52 bombers which play a major role in the Battle around con Thien swept into North Vietnam 50 Miles above the demilitarized zone their deepest raid in to months and blasted the Mucia pass. This is a town s Rev. Baxter 69, is claimed by heart attack Day brightener blondes done to necessarily have More fun. Most of them worry themselves sick Over the Black roots. Newcomerstown Rev. Paul Baxter 69, pastor of the local eco and Everalls churches died of an apparent heart attack sunday afternoon at 1 45. His car was involved in a collision just South of the Norton corporation line in Summit county. Rev. Baxter a resident of 120 n. College st., was in route to Akron to visit a son Paul. He was pronounced dead at Barberton citizens Hospital. A ruling on the cause of death is pending. According to the Highway patrol Rev. Baxter was northbound on i. 21 when his Auto veered to the left colliding with the right rear of one operated by Richard l. Taylor 25, of Akron. Taylor the patrol said was stopped in the median area on Eastern re. Waiting for Rev. Baxter to pass prior to proceeding across the northbound Lane. Following the collision Rev. Baxters Auto travelled 800 feet before stopping in the median strip. Born at Wheeling Rev. Baxter was a son of the late Elson s. And Emma v. Thayer Baxter. Prior to accepting the pastorate of the local churches 5 years ago. He served the red Haw and Bethel churches near Uhland and the East Liberty see heart Page i by Fred Ball of a is there any place around the Dover new Philadelphia area that repairs Home Barber clippers mrs. A. C., Dover a where can i find a Locksmith in the Dorer new Philadelphia Are mrs. G. P., port Washington a a Call James Korns at 343-3984. He May be the key to your problem. Q a could you Tell me if there is a Coin collectors club in this area i am interested in joining. J. Cd. Dennison a a the Tuscarawas county Coin club meets at 7 30 no. The first monday of each month Iii the new Philadelphia municipal building. Prospective members Are Welcome. A a. 1 q a my garbage Hasni to been picked up for 2 weeks what is the problem mrs. To. A. Dover a a hot line was told by the service directors office there have been several complaints. A new Driver is being broken in and he reportedly does t know the route. By now your garbage should have been picked up. If there Are any further problems Call 364-3571. Q a where can i get an entry Ionn for the pills Bury Takeoff it ends oct. 31 and i Haven to been Able to find any. Ilk Leesville a a hot line was told that for some reason the forms which Are usually out by the end of August Are late this year. They should to oui now however and if your grocer does no to have one there Are forms inside sacks of Pillsbury flour and in the new Pillsbury Cookbook now on Sale. Q a of a Wile files for divorce and is granted one who pays the court costs l.m., Dennison a a when a divorce request is filed a $50 Deposit is required unless the wife files a poverty affidavit. After the hearing the court costs arc subtracted from this Deposit unless the judge rules otherwise. Such a ruling the main entry to the to Chi Minh Trail which carries communist troops and supplies through Laos and Cambodia to South Vietnam. A the eight engine $8-million bombers Are usually kept away from possible danger from North vietnamese missiles which can reach them even at the 30,000-foot altitudes where they Fly. The bombers struck truck Parks Supply concentrations and fuel storage Sites at the pass after coming from Thailand Over Laos so they would be in North Vietnam Only briefly. Today they were Back pounding a suspected red infiltration route to Miles above con Thien and a suspected buildup Point 2.5 Miles Southwest of the Marine fortress. Weather hampered strikes against North Vietnam sunday and halted All raids around the vital port of Haiphong but the Man who has commanded the Haiphong Campaign promised More missions in the continuing Effort to isolate the port. Holding a Farewell news con see bomb Page 8 historical group meeting planned a meeting of the tentatively named Tuscarawas county historical Assn. Will be held wednesday at 7 30 In the Library of Dover High. Officers will be elected and there will be a general discussion on organization goals and projects it can undertake to promote tourism in the county. Henry Spring who is spearheading organization of the association said it now has approximately 160 members each one having made a voluntary contribution. A we Hope each member will be present wednesday night and bring a he said. A your objective is to make Tuscarawas county the no. I tourist attraction in Ohio. This would mean much economically to everyone in the county and wednesday night we will Welcome suggestions on How we Best accomplish our 5 panes Are broken in Strasburg school Strasburg a vandals pelted the school with eggs late saturday night and 5 windows on the Northwest Corner of the building were broken. Police chief Raymond Deriek said no stones were found in the building although Glass broken from the windows Tell inside. It ii Dossick he noted they e r a Fry the eggs

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