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17 Oct 1967

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17 Oct 1967

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Dover Daily Times (Newspaper) - October 17, 1967, Dover, Ohio Page 2, the daily reporter Dover 0., tuesday of. 17, 1967 g Ohio i briefs Stokes Taft open series of debates Cleveland apr demo How Many negroes lived in the Erat Carl b. Stokes and suburb of Pepper Pike i Cleveland apr a mod r nowhere Taft and his family lived dressing Teller at the Kinsman lean Seth c Taft squared off Hupf nip Menvin 7 to Rimland Nri-1it Tho Cne to emotional monday night in their first de-1 bating encounter of the Cleve land mayoral Campaign. The encounter was on the i the same question and said that City a East Side before a pre j Taft help draw up a corporation before moving to Cleveland Pri Branch of the society National or to the mayoral race. Stokes a negro and a state representative then answered Bank has been arrested the Fri on a charge of embezzling. The Bank said the amount of Money allegedly taken Harry Caldwell 24, could reach More dominantly negro Crow d. In 1950 which would require new i than $21,000. Taft said Stokes has been a in residents of his neighbourhood to Caldwell appeared before . Bulging in he used get approval of a majority of commission Clifford e. Bruce charts and graphs to show How existing residents. He was held on $5,000 surety he would carry out specific pro a i Don t want any reflections Bond. J business in Brief Donald Packer of Hanhart insurance in Dover will participate in a special sales panel he Short . Prentice executive vice with la other outstanding Young president of Ohio Power co. At agents during the 70th annual Canton has been named Stark convention of the Ohio Assn. Of and Tuscarawas county chair insurance agents oct. 29-31 in Man 0f the annual Ohio found Cleveland. . Rep. Gerald Tion 0f Independent colleges Ford will be guest speaker. Campaign for funds to Aid 34 self employed persons Are be no tax supported Ohio k j this is the ninth consecutive Powals and programs which he on Seth Taft on this a Stokes said Stokes did not have. Said a a but you ought to Tell us Taft accused Stokes of having How to take care of your own ulterior motives behind the sup problems before coming in Here year old Akron Man was Snow to port Stokes received from to Tell us How to take care of death at his Home monday and wealthy outsiders and washing ton politicians asking a a if the president and the vice when asked about his relations president wanted to do some in the suburb with negroes. He Akron Ohio apr a 40 police said his son admitted the Taft became angry later shooting. The Coroner s office said Joseph Stropoli died of a gunshot wound in the head. Thing about our problems Here replied a a in be spent 20 years in where have they been All these this City and nobody Ever asked new Deputy. Robert Jocko Zurcher of 456 Tuscarawas av., Newcomerstown has been named a Desman in the Tuscarawas county sheriffs department sheriff . Tony i ing asked to investigate a new Bond a month plan available at most Banks and being stressed this fall the u. S. Treasury department according to Ray year that Prentice has been chairman of the drive in these 2 counties. This years Campaign is slated nov. 14 16. Adkins Tuscarawas county vol a 15-Weck ground school Untener savings Bonds chairman. Course covering meteorology it is an automatic method. Fac a right com whereby a Bank buys a savings purer regular and radio Navi Bond and a Freedom share for gar0n and Faa regulations is the customer each month. Tonew Phila a i Fla twinn coming to hic. A a. Young announced today. Zur .1_ the t ans action 10 his Siaifa to Reginai Mew r middler a Veteran of world War Elph a Ali?wl.at�7a30pi police said Stropoli s 15-year-i with the 44th Divis on including Universal Cyclops specially training is $49 including text tuesday oct. 24. Cost of the old son William was charged. ,. A a c i a year overseas is married to cd Ciu. Nuu Zuj fir it of Yarpp murder and is a year overseas is Marrien to years9 and the big Money is me this question. Its unfair. J a Vul or the former Anna Russo of Den just pouring in from All j just because in a running j Jing he dim the Summit comr. N App it effect some of the audience booed against a negro is no reason to a p a hip Tanh a has a in Rev when Taft said he did not know Call me a Rorn juvenile court. Governors7 Tiff Over lbs Viet policy brewing aboard is Independence apr a fight Over a Resolution endorsing president Johnson a Vietnam policy shaped up today As the floating National governors conference steamed toward the Virgin is lands. Utah Democrat Calvin l Hampton said he would offer his 44 colleagues a motion backing Johnson a Pursuit of the War. He received immediate support from the conference chairman gov. William l. Guy d-n.d., who said a i favor a Resolution in support of the commander in but the plan ran into resistance from Michigan gov. George Romney a recent critic of the administrations War policy and a potential Republican candidate for the 1968 presidential nomination. Regardless of the resolutions merits Romney said in an interview a a whenever there san Effort to use this conference for matters other than matters relating to the states it tends to be disruptive and managing editors convention rain gales lash Britain Toledo Ohio apr the general service administration reported monday that Kaiser jeep corp. Has been awarded a $2.07 million contract for 742 trucks to be delivered to thai land under the International de Tive monday has been approved the county a Democrat party and his starting salary will be $475 per month. Zurcher is a member of Grace United Church on re 2, new Philadelphia Moose Lodge. Eagles steel division of Cyclops corp., books. Interested persons Are Parent company of Empire asked to visit or phone the air Reeves steel co., has announce port. Of the appointment o Raymond Chester Reed 41, of re i Bloomingburg is listed a a satisfactory today in Union Hospital where he was admitted yes k. Hildebrandt As director of engineering. Formerly with Standard steel division of Bald win Lima Hamilton corp., a it erday with a fractured Back holds master and Bachelor do i ii a he Iirth a Loose Board. A a he fell through a Loose Board Grees in engineering from i o another floor at the former a a it ii a in o mar. _ London apr rain and gales lashed Britain throughout the night and Early today it ap-1 vehement program geared the worst hit spot was train Ohio apr some the Welsh Village of Aberfan. T a in nil no Florin the first anniversary of 100 Lorain High school pupils j s Coa Quot slide disaster that idled it Back Irto sch Ltd 1 today_1uf a Coal sludge disaster that killed they take their parents with Lodge american legion and University. He is a d0ver milling co off w. J vow. He previously was pm estered professional Engineer in and a e 3rd St. Played As a club Steward and i Pennsylvania. Bar tender. With them they staged an orderly but noisy sit Down demonstration in front of the school monday protesting the schools new dress code and other rules. Principal Phillip Ryan said pupils will get Back in Only if accompanied their parents. He said parents have called to support the administrations new code. Paul w. Miller a former resident of Dover and manager of . C. Penney co. Department store at Troy pa., has been promoted to manager of the Penney store in Angola ind. Son of or. And mrs. Harold Mil Ler of 931 Crater av., Dover he joined the company in 1949 in the Dover store. His wife. Uhrichsville an 8 . I Doris is a daughter of or. And paint vandals Force earlier uh7ville curfew open Chicago apr responsibilities of the news profession and discussions on Law civil rights politics and the War in Vietnam highlight the four Day convention of the associated press managing editors association opening today. 144 persons. More than 350 men women and children were evacuated from their Homes when the Taff River burst its Banks and swept into two Aberfan streets. Emergency services were rushed into Aberfan and coaches carried the evacuees to schools on High ground to spend the rest of the night. Between 50 and 60 houses some flooded to a depth of six feet were emptied. Hong kong7s police launch sunk bomb Hong Kong a a terrorist Limpet bomb Sanf a Hong Kong police launch today As red newspapers threatened increased violence in retaliation for raids British colonial authorities on communist schools. The launch was at its mooring on an Island 6 Miles from Hong Kong Island. Four constables on Board were not injured. The communist newspapers Wen Wei and to Kung Page Storie that British sfas president and mrs. Johnson. I Era youths werer seen at Gibbs Bethlehem steel curfew until nov. I w As put in to effect today mayor Robert Heil after a series of vandalism were reported to police last night. Washington apr Central at 8 15 ., Archie Valpaiz brass manufacturing co. Of reported someone used Black Cleveland Ohio was one of six j Spray paint on restroom Walls manufacturing firms charged at the twin City laundromat. Monday a Federal grand jury i at 3 05 . This morning with illegally fixing the prices while on patrol police found of brass plumbing fittings. Black paint sprayed on 3 the indictment handed Down trucks including a new pickup a Federal grand jury at and an Auto at Gibbs Chevrolet mrs. Clarence Stucky of re 2, Dover. N. Y. Stock quotations new York apr la . Stocks Alleghany up Allied chemical Alcoa american airlines american can Pittsburgh pa., charged that of sales. Windows at the twin i facials of the firms met secretly to automotive co. And a Fence american Cyan amid in Chicago Miami Beach and i and garage at 319 e. 3rd St. A1 american Al Power Pittsburgh to agree on Price in so were sprayed. Creases. American Home prod. American Tel amp Tel this morning Calls of paint vandalism were received from american tobacco Cleveland apr the Laporte and Margo a furniture Anaconda Copper democratic nominee for mayor co., Watkins trucking Maur Aramco s eel of Cleveland. Carl b. Stokes Eros Market and Harold Conway j Ashland Oil and his wife Shirley have of 420 e. 1st St., whose Auto Atchison been invited to the White House was marred. Atlantic Richfield for dinner oct. 26. The invite j the complaints Are under in a am motors Tion was made monday vesti gation and police said Sev-1 Babcock Wilcox Cist authorities suppressing our Stokes said he and his w Ife Jet the time of the incident. A. Hyvo an Ontoh i Heil said additional night a compatriot students will get the Bave at Cepter Iron fist from our combat Van Wes Gallagher associated guards.4upress general manager will and Wen i to Warne i mat dress the convention wednesday morning. A firsthand report on communists would purge schools and liquidate school a the War in Vietnam a staf thormities who cooperate with the Fer Kelly Smith will follow the j8overnmen s crackdown on general managers address. Ired students miss Smith who is based in Washington has covered the Southeast Asia War for several months. Farm markets to Cable suit is heading for supreme court the Johnsons Are giving a Tolmen will be used and that dinner in Honor of president i parents will be held responsible Diaz Ordez of Mexico. For damage. The curfew will be extended Cleveland apr Joseph on nights of school functions Feldman 13, collapsed during when students Are to go direct eggs and poultry Columbus Ohio a -. Ioimo a a eggs prices paid at Ohio and a Louis to. Al a it a. Indiana farms after candling pears a sult involving Buckeye athletics and grading a jumbo 20 28 Cable vision inc., of Toledo. Mostly 27-28. Large 18-27, most 0hio�?T and four other com 23-25. Medium 11-21, mostly i Unity Antenna television so a physical education class Mon Day afternoon at Greenview Junior High school in South Euclid and was pronounced dead at Huron Road Hospital. He was the son of or. And mrs. Phil Feldman of South Euclid. Feldman said his son had a history of a heart murmur but that doctors including heart specialists had said it was All right for him to participate in Home. Trick or treat night has been set Council for oct. 30 with a 9 . Curfew will be observed. No new leads in Peeper Case Boeing a Quot a Bobbie Brooks Chesapeake amp Ohio Chrysler corp cities service Columbia Gas con can Cooper ind Corn products Curtiss Wright a a Cyclops up Detroit steel corp Dupont Firestone Ford motor general dynamics general electric j general foods general motors Gen Tel amp Al Goodrich there Are no new develop ments in the investigation of a Are Crater and Tremont a Cleveland Al a 38 prowler it according to Dover 16-17. Small 4-16, mostly 10-11. A Large 10 20. Mostly 15-17. Under Fco url grades 4-12 mostly 9-10. I is a year old Cleveland Man who Hief rav a ies terns cat is heading for the had been serving a Jfe sen. Police chief Ray Ries. A Grant it int bus machine International Harv Johns Manville tence in Ohio Penitentiary i alttlou8 numerous rumours Joy mfg a o paid not r a or m a a red consumer grades including . Grades minimum 50 Case lots. Loose Large a 28-32 medium 22 24 Small 16-18. Canon Large a 31-37 medium a 25-29 Small a 20-21. Sales to retailers in major Ohio cities Cartons delivered Large a White 36-42, mostly 36-40. Medium 30-34, mostly 30-33. Poultry prices at farms Ohio and Southern Indiana Quality fryers 12-16, mostly 11-15. Light hens 3-5, mostly 4-4t�. Potatoes 2.75-2.00. Tor or murder pleaded in Kau Ata . Glass Marathon Oil prices paid to country pack Hight monday when attorneys monday to a reduced concerning the arrest of the ing plants for eggs delivered to for the five systems argued in a a a Quot manslaughter do a a air Ohio cities cases include . Court of appeals that the tnal6e 01 manslaughter. Federal communications com he Quot a sentenced to 1 Federal communications com ,1c 1-t02j Mission does not have the auth year Tsu the a months he Fred Onty to regulate cat opera on e Muer charge do not count on the second sentence. The defendant. Thomas Sal tons. Despite any decision handed Down Here attorneys for the Mon Quot As returned to Cleveland i acc and cat group agreed because a c ourt of _ appeals that the Case eventually will end up in the nations highest court. Rhodes Rockefeller get same Lifeboat ruled he was not advised in 1964 of his right to remain silent and his right to counsel. Window Peeper Ries said no one has been arrested or even questioned concerning the 4-Monty-Long series of reported incidents. Ries added efforts to approx National Cash Reg Hend the prowler Are continue National distillery ing and policemen Are doing Newberry their Best to investigate each report. Mead corp Mobil Oil Montgomery Ward Cleveland livestock Cleveland a eight Day National governors conference was noting that he aboard the s. S. Independence apr a imagine cattle me and million in that life 150. Steady Choice to prime f,0v. James a 26.50-27.00 Good to Choice 25.50 Rhodes of 0hl� who is on a 26.00 Choice heifers 23.50-25.00 cows 14.50-16.50 Bologna bulls 20.00-23.00. Calves 75, steady prime 34.0 36 of Good to Choice 30.00-33.00. Sheep and lambs 200, lower Choice Spring Wool lambs 22.50 23.00 Choice clip lambs 22.00 22.50 Choice ewes 7.00-8.00 Choice wether 8.00-9.00. A a hogs. 250. Steady la. S. I and 10 line to Rhodes 2, 200-220 lbs 19.00 19 50 220-240 f. A a lbs 18.50-19.25 packing sows busp6ct indicted 14.25-18.75. Columbus Ohio .y. Central Norf. Amp w. He repeated his admonition pgyjc1 Salmon was found guilty of the to area residents to stay off the plans Livania r n 1964 fatal shooting of Atlas streets and asked full co opera Pfizer p Osborn in Salmon a Home. Tion in catching the prowler. Phi Jimps Petroleum Pitt plate g Procter amp Gamble Pullman inc Ria Republic steel Scott paper -2 cyclists continued from pm. I cruise to the Virgin islands. Pair returned to Akron and the Pennsylvania state police Sears Roebuck Rhodes aboard ship for the strikers continued their picket said rocks were hurled at Shell Oil in 41 831/4 in 533/4 32% 34% 55% 51% 33% 46% 5134 31% 28% 100% 12% 47% 35% 81% 20% 66% 51% 48 27% 54% 55% 41% 26 34% 19 167% 48% 52% 61 106% 71% 84% 45% 70% 46% 35% 583 35% 57% 323/ 47v, 22% 51% 74% 39% 43% 23% 114 40% 28 68% 100% 26% 67 55% 77% 58% 61% 87% 48% 59% 45% 28% Apple Alley. The state Highway departments annual inspection of Snow and ice control vehicles in division la will be conducted wednesday thursday and Friday. New Philadelphia equipment will be spec ted Friday at 10 30 a. In. And Millersburg the same Day at 8 30 a. In. A red Cross display covering numerous services of the organization was arranged in .c. Penney store window monday the Dover chapter in connection with the United fund Campaign. The chapter is a of Agency. Purchasers of Parton tickets for the democratic fall festival banquet saturday at new Philadelphia elks auditorium Are requested to notify democratic Headquarters wednesday Carroll Mccammon banquet chairman announced today. Dover mayor Luthy today dismissed a suspicious person charge against Harry Campbell 32, of Canton for Lack of evidence. According to chief Ray Ries Campbell we As walking around downtown Dover at la last night. When he was stopped a policeman and could give no valid reason for being in town or on the streets he was jailed. New Philadelphia Board of education candidates including incumbents Richard Werner and Earl Olmstead and Keith Ayers and Mike rapport w Ere introduced during a Brief a meet the candidates night held South elementary last night. Olmstead spoke on the need for passage of the half Mill Bond Issue and 1.5-Mill operating Levy for a Tuscarawas county joint vocational school. An open House program also was held. Mrs. . Albaugh of re 2, Uhrichsville told sheriff deputies last night a 40 x 40-Inch plate Glass window in her Home was shattered when someone threw a Rock through it. She set damage at $65. The committee handling arrangements for the Dover High class of 1927 reunion nov. 25 at 6 . In hotel Reeves has been unable to Contact 2 members of the class Ralph Yoder and Arthur Linard. Anyone having the address of either May Call Ralph Buehler 343-4594. Deaths elsewhere los Angeles apr Jack m. De Beaufort 85, Best known for his behind German lines coverage of world War i for american newspapers died sunday. De Beaufort began his career on the new York american. In 1914, the old International news service assigned him to cover the War in Germany be obituaries Edgar Coventry Edgar Coventry 67, of 219% s. Tuscarawas av., Dover died last night in East Avenue nursing Home after a Long illness. Born at Tippecanoe a son of the late James and Samantha Specht Coventry he was a retired Farmer. Surviving Are a brother Frank d. Of Uhrichsville and several nieces and nephews. Two Brothers preceded him in death. Services will be thursday at i . In Kaserman Naylor funeral Home with Rev. James Foster officiating. Burial will be in Tippecanoe cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home wednesday from 7 to 9. Floyd a. Bauer Floyd a. Sport Bauer 77, of 238 1st or. Be new Philadelphia died at 12 30 . Monday at Union Hospital following an illness of 12 years. He was a retired Coal Miner and resident of this area 45 years. He was a member of the sacred heart Catholic Church of new Philadelphia. Hennis he was a retired county employee. Also surviving Are his widow Loretta and 2 Brothers Lloyd of Cadiz and Sherman of sew Ellaville. Evans services Conesville a services will be wednesday at 3 . In Dawson funeral Home for l. Raymond Evans 63, of Here. He died monday in Coshocton memorial Hospital after a Long illness. Burial will be in South Lawn cemetery with Rev. J. W. Landrum officiating. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9. Born Here a son of the late Ray and Mary Cox Evans he was a member of methodist Church and was a Salesman for Aramco Seal corp. And Shunk co. Surviving Are his widow Doris 2 sons Malcolm of Coshocton and Gene of Conesville 2 daughters mrs. Elijah cock Alan and mrs. Raymond Murphy of Coshocton and 6 grandchildren. Neldon services Conesville a services will born in Vienna Austria he pc get wednesday at 1 30 in was a son of the late Florian and Barbara crites Bauer. Surviving Are his widow Cecelia picker Bauer a brother Anthony of Terre haute ind. And a sister mrs. Theresa Wise of Vienna. Two Sisters also preceded him in death. Services will be at 8 . Thursday in St. Georges Catholic Church in new Baden ii with for. Miller officiating. Burial will be in the resurrection cemetery at new Baden. Friends May Call at the Linn Dawson funeral Home for Arthur Neldon 42, of Here. He died saturday night in county memorial Hospital after being ill several months. Burial will be in Darlings run cemetery near Warsaw with Rev. . Jefferson officiating. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today from 3 to 5 and 7 to 8 and until services wednesday. Born at Warsaw son of James and Flora Shepard Neldon of re 5, Coshocton he was Hert Geib funeral Home in a former employee of Edmont new Philadelphia from 7 to 9 tonight. The body will be taken wednesday morning to the Hempen funeral Home in new Baden. Mrs. Alta Johnson Wilson co. Also surviving Are his widow the former e. Jane whyde 3 daughters mrs. Thomas Bradford of West Lafayette and Jayne and Deborah of the Home a brother Vernal of i Phoenix ariz., and 3 grandchild Uhrichsville mrs. Alta i Dren. Hazel Johnson 77, sister of 3 local residents was dead on arrival at Ashtabula general Hospital monday morning. She died of an apparent heart attack suffered in the Home of a son William of Kingsville 0., with whom she resided 2 years. Also surviving Are a daughter mrs. . Lowery of Cui Lamneck a continued from pm. I Hall where a traffic Viola tor was taken to Post a Bond. While there Hawkey said he. ,. Spotted an Auto with flashing dad Rise Venezuela a brother re j fights under the Gnu of the a 4 asters or Seph Cole and rear of Garvery a store. After Quot i in of 1 stopping the car Hawkey said and mrs. Dallas Cheney All of samples. The Driver was asked Here mrs. Lewis Riiel of Gna samples the Driver was asked to open his trunk and that he Simp complied. Inside were the tools 5 grand acc0rding to Hawkey. To great grand samples and the 2 passengers. Hawkey testified were son of Orlando Fia children and to children. Services will be the Anda �4 a a1 Home at it. Eaton Rev. Patrolman obtained a search 1 on a i i aur Suay it. In into custody and held un-1 30 . In desk wow finer. Tel Chi Dale Cox another s ate m. Ray Smith officiating burial will be in Rose Hill me rial Park at mass Doc Frier warrant from Northern court. After it was issued Hawkey May Call at the funeral Nome said the officer found the pistol wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 on the Drivers Side of the 1967 to 9. Ford. Accompanying Hawkey at the time of the search was mrs. John Welsh auxiliary Man Robert Watson of new Philadelphia who also Strasburg a mrs. e testified to details of the invest Welsh 77. Of re i died Mon ligation. Day afternoon in Union Hospi a1 after a Brief illness. The Trio was then charged Aith the 2 felonies counts but born near Zoar a daughter of samples was not cited for hav the late Joseph and Elizabeth ing flashing red lights on the Schilling she was a member of front of he Auto a violation St. Aloysius Catholic Church ukr r Law and its a cow and altar society also taking the stand yester surviving Are her husband Day was samples who testified John a daughter mrs. He taking the other 2 men Charles Mildred Kuemerle of 10 Cleveland from Charleston Winfield 2 sons Patrick j. Of an l they had become lost Dover and John o. Babe of after having interstate 77. He claimed the Trio had been handcuffed the patrol and forced to wait 3 hours until being taken to jail. Judge Lamneck a decision is Zanesville a sister and a brother mrs. Charles Martin and Harry Schilling both of re 2, Dover 17 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. Requiem High mass will be expected later this week. Sung thursday at 9 30 a. In. In St. Josephus Catholic Church with Rev. For. Louis Teruha officiating. Burial will be in Calvery cemetery. Friends May Call at Toland Herzig funeral fire runs i new Philadelphia a at 9 37 . Fore the United states entered of Here died last night in to in it. After world War i he wrote City Hospital after a Brief ill lome wednesday from 2 to 4 yesterday to 210 8th it. Be where and 7 to 9 where Rosary will to is it Milo Demeo reported a Gas recited at 8 p. In. Bertha Wood Bertha Wood 56, Jewett duties. Trucks on the Pennsylvania Sinclair Oil no other incidents were re Turnpike near Somerset and South Pacific for the los Angeles times As a Ness 55% i special writer. 65% i Shamokin a. A leak behind her stove. She turned off the Gas before firemen arrived. At 9 45 last night to 200 front St. Be where a car was on fire. The car owned Jerry bakes of Canton had backfired through the Carbur Ator. The fire a out when firemen a yesterday at 10 45 surviving is a brother Harry a . To 19 s. Try St where Patty and new Yorkus millionaire ported to area lawmen last another Driver said he had been Sperry Rand gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller have been assigned to the same Lifeboat in Case of emergency. A if the boat sinks that will be the one Lifeboat be sure night As the strike continue in shot at. Reports of shooting in Standard brands its 10th week. A dents were also reported in Standard Oil Cal. ,. Westport. Conn., and West Standard Oil id \ Ioleene was reported in oth Stockbridge mass. It was the Standard Oil n j. Or areas of Ohio Ami states of first report of violence from i Standard Oil Ohio fitted the steel rulers ther state. Sterling drug strike last night As negotiations in Pittsburgh Harold miller.1 Studebaker Between haulers and steel mar spokesman for the 68 company Texaco 71% 30% j Raymond d. Marshall 77, na-46% tonal commander of the 40 and 36% 8 society fun making affiliate 60% of the american legion in 57% 1959-60, died sunday. Marshall 66% had been Active in veterans 76 groups since service in world 44% War i. 53 of Bowerston. Services will be thursday at 2 . In Telfer funeral Home with burial in Fairview cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home wednesday after 7 . Tau Bart Rapo Tadly a having difficulty breathing firemen administered oxygen. At 6 07 p. M. To the rear of a vacant House at 116 Woodland a. Where children towed a football against electric wires on an outside pol causing a Short circuit. Continued in Pitts service director Edward Sim port Clinton Ohio a Ohio dept of Agri. Cash Grain the former port Clinton safety prices no 2 red wheat unchanged 1.30-1.35, mostly 1.30-3.35 no 2 yellow Corn unchanged to i higher 98-1.04, mostly 1.02-1.04 no 2 Oats unchanged 68-80. Mostly 68 74 no gement Burgh said the organization would j in Carbide in Youngstown a Bridge Lead probably accept a revised set-1 unit Aire ing to Hie Youngstown Sheet element worked out repro . Steel mans 37, has been indicted and tube Plant was kept under sent Alives of the 7 states involve Westinghouse elect the Ottawa county grand jury armed guard All night after aned in the strike. Whirlpool corp or a i -------80% Palo Alto Calif. A 9 n m a a nation steel carriers Assn Timken Noli Bear 43 j Lucy Sprague Mitchell 89. First j?.y apr Uhrichsville yesterday at i . To n. Mein St. Where Sparks from a cutting Torch set paper afire ii. I in state theater owned jewel a services will be f. B Maurer. Hennis services county a a _ _ on four counts of obtaining Anonymous caller told Plant the plan Calls for a charge a a Wall Tiem signatures false pretence. Owners the Bridge was going to of $13.70 an hour for holding a a mss the grand jury secretly in be blow n up. The windshields trucks at steel Mills for loading a a Xerox i soybeans unchanged to 2 dieted Simmans in september on of la trucks were smashed or unloading after a free 4-hour Youngstown s amp t higher 2.44-2.52, mostly 2.44 four counts of embezzling $2,500 rocks monday As they headed waiting period. At least $10 of a yesterdays closing 48% Dean of women at the Universi-84% to of California died sunday. 44% mrs. Mitchell founded the Bu-73% Reau of educational expert 4814 ments in 1916 in new York City. 42% the Bureau later became Bank 56 Street College of education of 277% which mrs. Mitchell was presi funeral Home for Everett Hennis 69, of Here. He died monday in St. Johns Hospital at Steubenville after a Long illness. Burial will be in Rankin cemetery near Cadiz. Friends May Call at the funeral Home tonight after 7. Yesterday at 9 57 . To 103 n. Uhrich St. Where the Dean Fowler infant was having difficulty breathing. The baby was Okay when firemen arrived. 2.32. From the City. J out of the Plant. This would go to the Driver. Sales 31% Dent emeritus. She was the void of of prof. Wesley Clair Mitch son of mrs. Rosetta Hennis Huff 2,640,1 00 Ell of Columbia University. J Newcomerstown a yesterday at 11 09 . When food on the stove in the Home of Cheress Herbold of 598 Chestnut St overheated and splashed against the Wall setting it born in Harrison county a on in which was covered insurance was confined to. ,.he Wall. No estimate has been of Hopedale and the late Jacob made

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