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Dover Weekend Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 16, 1966, Dover, Ohio On the inside culinary Corner. Page 8 with Dover playgrounds. Page 9 reds Promise India to a look at la bound for Mexico Page 13 Cappy Dick. Page 15 18 pages by Norm Singleton q a recently i purchased a Vanguard fire alarm system for my House at a Cost exceeding $300. Since my Purchase i have been told i was a victim of a High pressure sales Campaign. Could you Tell me if the product is valid and a worthwhile investment. K.l., re 3, new Philadelphia a a no complaints have been registered on the product. Not to for the referral Type salesmanship which the Ohio attorney general a office has ruled constitutes a lottery. The Canton better business Bureau says of Vanguard associates headquartered at 3412 w. Tuscarawas in Canton a we have found the company cooperative in supplying any information requested. We have received a number of inquiries about this company but there have been no problems of any Ltd a i was in the lobby of Union Hospital when i saw several Young people in bathing suits and trunks going in and out. Does the Hospital have a policy governing clothing worn by those visiting patients p.s., Sugarcreek a a it is not firmly established but it is believed those you saw May have been lifeguards and others concerned in a drowning Case or an Auto Accident. Hospital officials Point out there Are emergencies when dress takes a Back seat. Other than that Good judgment prevails. Q a when will the 1966 Cleveland Browns press Book be available what will it Cost and where can i Send for one d.e., port Washington a a the Browns newest press Book will be available to the Public in late August. It la Cost you 50 cents if purchased at municipal stadiums Gate b or 60 cents if mailed. Write to the Cleveland Browns Tower Bcleveland stadium Cleveland Ohio 44144. Q a can you define a red Circle rate d.d., Dover a a from april to May East Ohio Gas advertised a budget pay plan in which a customers monthly average rate based upon his total Gas costs for a year was circled in red. Through the plan a customer can pay an average amount throughout the year rather than a larger rate in the Winter when Gas usage increases. Q a Union Hospital require written permission from parents before giving emergency treatment to children what would happen in the Case of an Auto Accident where parents and children were All injured and parents were unable to sign m.s., Strasburg a a Here a what Hospital officials say a the emergency room is to be used for emergencies Only. Due to the nature of the treatment Given in the emergency room ifs not necessary to have written consent. Ordinarily parents bring the child in thus giving implied consent. Many school systems have parents sign a card granting the school permission to take the child to a doctor. No written consent is obtained by the doctor when he treats a child in his office. Treatment Given in the emergency room therefore is not considered different As far As consent is q a could you get some information on the Tuscarawas county commissioners meeting with Stark county commissioners regarding the alcoholic farm at Navarre. N.p., new Philadelphia a a although county commissioners indicated an interest in the farm they not attend the june 9 meeting to which you have reference. The meeting was held at the request of Youngstown officials and also included municipal judges from Canton and Alliance the focal Point being establishment of a similar facility in their respective areas. Q a Why is it that the United steelworkers local 2737-Spon-ored team in the Dover Pony league is not referred to by its All name in game reports listed in the daily reporter the Illy name in be seen it called by is United local which is not the ame of the team. H.e.b., re 2, Dover see hot line Page 5. Advised not to mistreat u. S. Captives clue search. Q please Tell me Why the general Telephone co. Cannot explain do recur to a party that to be habitually rude to other people on the same party line Isnit to be tolerated. Following a recent incident on our line the company told me it could do nothing except to Send everybody on the line a letter asking them to please be courteous when using a party line or we could pay $3 More for a 2-party line. Mrs. G.g., re i Dover a a you can file an official charge against your party line offender with general Telephone. Company officials in turn will personally Contact the individual. The letter you refer to is Only the company a first line of defense and a Means through which it Hopes to resolve such disputes. Hanoi warned bulletin Tokyo apr radio Hanoi seeks world attention sunday for a message of undefined import. Hinting there will be an important statement the North vietnamese station said it will a release a special transmission at 8 45 . A 9 45 . Edt saturday. By Jack Bell Washington apr roving ambassador w. Averell Harriman publicly warned Hanoi today that mistreatment of . Captives a will change the whole feeling of the War which he said up to now has not been aimed against the people of North Viet Nam. In the strongest words yet issued by a Washington official concerning red threats to try american prisoners As War criminals Harriman said a North Viet Nam still indicates that they believe that the United states will give up just As France some years ago if they hold out. A now if they think there is Mem Mem m Mem in in it my in in m hmm it in in ass 8 Chicago nurse provides More details anything in this at All one of the surest ways for it to assure that the american Public will stick to this thing to the end no matter How Long it takes would be their mistreatment of our airmen. A even though i can to give them any encouragement that we will give up the president has made it very Plain that we will stick to it to the end a it will change the whole feeling of the War. A so far there has been no bitterness on the part of the Amer lean government or the american people against the people of North Viet Nam. But this Barbaric act would heighten the temporal feeling and can Only react against the interests of the North Harriman speaking in a voice of America radio interview noted that president Johnson had offered to let Hanoi participate in Southeast asian economic development after peace comes to Viet Nam and promised the United states would see Hanoi Page 2. Imp a shoot to kids sketch spurs manhunt troops help two Chicago police department experts make a close inspection of articles found in townhouse where 8 student nurses were slain. William Scanlon seated a fingerprint technician uses magnifying Glass on purse while sgt. Ray Heimbuch standing photographs the items. A wire photo Derby Day the first heat of the eighth annual Muscara a was county soap Box Derby will be run at 1 15 . Sunday on Wabash a. New new Philadelphia following the usual pre race festivities. A a Parade on Derby Hill is set for 12 45 . With the mayors a Oil can Derby scheduled. For i. There Are 44 in the Derby Field with the Winner to compete in National finals at Akron next month. Prizes will be presented during a dinner at Midvale High following tomorrows Competition i Fey amp it i scared might Columbus Ohio apr a girl weighing les9 than too pounds moved a 40-foot tree limb about four feet to Rescue a Cousin pinned under the Branch. When she tried to move the 150-Pound limb later for newsmen she could not Budge it. A when you get scared enough you can do anything a said Carolyn Horn 18, who was called by neighbor children after the limb fell during a windstorm striking her Cousin Walter Charles Williamson 14. She found him unconscious the foot thick limb pressing on his head. She freed him and the boy was reported in fair condition today. Discrimination bal Atmore my. Apr Norman Creamer complains that As a Man he is being discriminated against by his employer in this hot Weater. The Aramco steel corp. Has forbidden him to Wear shorts to work. Many of the women come attired in the latest Short skirts. A one girls skirt i saw have been six inches Shorter than my bermudas a said Creamer indignantly. His Union has filed a grievance for Creamer who operates a Crane and after arriving at work changes into dungarees work shirt and hard hat. Inside Reading t. I obituaries. Page 2 television. Pages 6 and 7 women a pages. Pages 8 and 9 sports. Pages la and 12 your Horoscope. Page 16 or. Alvarez. Page 16 dear Abby. Page 17 or. Crane. Page 17 around the world. Page 18 area news Millersburg. Page 3 Dundee. Page 3 Strasburg. Page 5 Beach City. Page to by Jules Loh Chicago apr an artists sketch of the killer who slaughtered eight student nurses has brought a flood of new leads and a burst of new Confidence to detectives determined to Hunt the Man Down. A a we be been inundated with phone Calls tips and leads since we added the sketch to our description a said Michael Spiotto Deputy chief of detectives. A police artist sketched the killers face after closely questioning the Only survivor of the town House massacre who roused from heavy sedation Friday after the Long night of horror. Spiotto said the two hour interview was eminently fruitful. A number one we re confident we re going to get this Guy a he said. A number two we know the girl can identify the girl Corazon Amurao 23, filled in details missing from her first hysterical account blurted out to police when she finally fled the blood splattered House of death thursday at Dawn. At least one mystery remained however a and police shed no new Light on it after the interview with Amurao Why were there no loud screams no outcries for help during the time the killer bound and gagged the nine girls Herd see manhunt Page 2. 2 held in Beach City try Young burglars foiled Beach City a a teenage Trio was foiled in an attempted burglary of John m. Bontrager Supply co. On Sugarcreek township re. 310 off re 250 last night at 11 30 slow time. Arrested by Stark county sheriff deputies was Ernest Van Fossen 18, of Beach City. Deputies would not release the juveniles name but it was Learned Tom Perry 16, of Wilmot also was apprehended. Another juvenile also believed to be a Wilmot boy is being sought. Perry was grazed in the ear by a .22 Caliper Bullet fired As a warning shot by Bontrager As he fled the scene. He was apprehended by deputies after they and an ambulance had been Calid by Bontrager. The youth was treated at Massillon City Hospital. Van Fossen was arrested shortly after deputies arrived. The store has been the target of burglars 4 or 5 times in the last several years and after the second attempt or. Bontrager installed an Airn system run see foiled Page 2. Midvale woman still missing wife search goes on Andy Tylke of Midvale today began a 2-week vacation but he wont be spending much time at it. Andy is the husband of Eva j. Tylke who since june 22, has been missing from her Home. His plea for Public help in finding of the woman continues. Since june 22 scores of volunteers have been assisting in the search Over Tuscarawas county and parts of Stark county. The 41-year-old woman believed to be an amnesia victim is 5 feet 2 inches tall weighs 140 pounds is Light completed and has Chestnut color hair. The woman was an orphan and has no other immediate family. Or Tylke has made numerous Telephone Calls to Cleveland Michigan and new Jersey where she May have gone to search for a relative. During the several weeks or. Tylke has lost 17 pounds. He can to sleep and has see search Page 2. Quiet Chicago by James e. Dwyer Chicago a flying squads of impressively armed National guardsmen and police restored relative peace today to the scarred streets of a West Side area ripped since tuesday by racial violence. Youthful gangs who had loot ted burned and fired sniper style from rooftops faded away Friday night As guardsmen a told to shoot to kill if fired upon a went on patrol. Through the streets of a 140-Square-Block area rolled trucks loaded with soldiers rifles at the ready bayonets fixed jeeps with machine guns mounted police cars with shotguns poked out windows. Knots of negroes lined curbs in some areas cat calling occasionally but there were Only scattered incidents one reported sniper shooting with police returning fire but finding no one a fire bomb thrown into a Street outside a Home a few store windows broken several fires in houses and stores. By Midnight police reported streets were virtually deserted. Police arrested 51 persons in Friday nights disturbances 44 men 4 juveniles and 3 women. The Calm contrasted dramatically with thursday night when an estimated 5,000 were abroad. Then two negroes were killed by gunshot and 30 were injured amid widespread shooting looting and burning that continued into the Day Friday. Gov. Otto Kerner called up the guard 3,000 Strong Friday at the request of mayor Richard j. Daley. The mayor said he Felt see shoot to kill Page 2. Strasburg youth fails to keep weather vane yesterday High 85 Low 55 the weather elsewhere High Low or. Albuquerque Clear. 96 65 .47 Chicago Clear. 72 68 los Angeles Clear. 84 64 Miami Clear. 86 81 .15 new York Clear. 88 63 Pittsburgh Clear 84 58 St. Louis Cloddy. 90 74 .04 san fran., Clear. 64 55 Washington Clear. 81 66 today 7 a.rn.62 rainfall last 24 hours none tomorrow Sunrise 5 08 Sunset .7 55 High 80�?Ts Low 60 forecast sunny and a Little warmer. I mates May of Ake Promise Jahid school bus bodies the reason Rock and Roll singers Are so Young is that if they were any older they a be embarrassed. By John Saffell reporter Columbus Bureau Columbus while at Isnit definite done to be surprised if at least one of Ohio a penal institutions is a tooled up to produce the bus bodies now so much in demand by the states school system it was Learned exclusively by this newspaper. Although Martin v. Janis director of the department of mental Hygiene and correction would not confirm the fact he admit a Survey is underway to determine what Type of work could be useful in terms of training and future employment for prison inmates As Well As what products Are needed by government related agencies. He also said that a Large schooling operation in mechanics and body work was under habilitation work to provide inmates with skills useful to them and Industry when they again resume Public life. A was it happens a Janus said a a we be finally got Opi to w Here our sales Are higher than they be Ever been Over $5 million and reversing the trend of what had been happening an Ever decreasing sales Opi Ohio prison industries fund enables state institutions to sell anything they grow build and produce to any instrumentality of state government which includes not Only All factions of state government but to municipalities As Well. The school system is a part of state government. There is always the possibility that such a report might be simply a a Straw in the wind to obtain reaction to such a proposal but the report also was Given further credence when a school official was questioned. While he not want to be quoted the official agreed that such a move might prove profitable for the state inasmuch As some 1400 school buses Are purchased each year and will increase with Advent of the a fair Bush Law which goes into effect aug. 15. It Calls for the state to provide transportation see inmates Page to. Unless Rockford smart 18, of re i Strasburg can find an a an gel willing to make a $51.20 a investment a hell be in the county jail until sunday aug. 31. Smart was arrested by Dover police june la for driving without an operate Oil a License. At the time he paid $5 on a $56.20 Fine. He promised mayor c. Lemoyne Luthy he would pay the balance by july 6 yesterday was july 15 and smart still Hadnot paid the balance. Mayor Luthy issued a warrant for the a Young Many a arrest and smart was picked up by police and taken to the county jail. If smart can find someone to pay the Fine hell be released. 2 theft reports probed at Philo new Philadelphia police received a report last night from Harold Beaber of 1139 12th St. New who said someone had stolen 2 fishing reels 2 Canoe paddles and a pair of oars from his garage sometime this month. Robert Gibbs of 233 Forbes a. Be told police a bicycle was stolen Zuyi Tuscola Park

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