The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on November 2, 1964 · Page 20
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Dover, Ohio
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Monday, November 2, 1964
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Holmes Parade Winners listed MlLLERSBtlRG - Po*w CMflt Cart tarn* served as parade marshal tor die annual Halloween parade held here Saturday night Participating in the parade were the American Legion Color Guard, the West Holmes marcWng band and a large group of costumed Hal* wweeners. The high school band, directed by Lloyd Ringley, played 2 numbers for the spectators. Judges were Mrs. Robert Huston, Mrs, Luther High, Mrs. Paul Swaykus, Mrs. John Schuler, Mrs. John Fair, Jim Estill, Dick Cary, Clyde Dando, Adrian Ashterman and E. J. Miller. Costume prizes were awarded: Ethel Weber, Marguerite Schie, Mary Kirkendall, Les McCune, Ann and Mary Keifab- her, Janice Low, Terry Brown, Joel Canon, Craig Miller, Randy Starner, Randy Kaser, Terri Bersch, Jill Reed, Mrs. Al Arnold and Mrs. Charles Sigrist, Mrs. John Starner, Beth and Mike PeBey, Prizes for belt decorated fat* cycles, in order of fiiuMi, went to Janice HaudemchUd, Richard McCune, Susie McCteltand and Kathy Gindtesberger. Pony and rider awards went to Brand, Doty, Karen UM and Tom and Lorna Miller. M Sieffitelf Aprtl Sue wewf, Reed, Bobby Engfc and In special tume prizes categories, cos* went to: David Krill and Mike Knapic, Matt and Mark Steimel, Joe Buren, Bobby Heinz, Lynn and Jean Mullet, Dawn Hinkley, Dave Russell, Debby Chase, Janet Poole, Ann Bertler, Kim and Bill Patten and Jim Poole. In the float categories, first prize was won by the Girls Athletic Assn., with second and third prizes going to Donnie Williams, Roy Glatt and Sid Gamertsfelder as sters," and Rita Bryce and Darwin Kauffman, Who rode the "Hooterville Trol ley." "The Mun- Boyd and 500 Attend Philharmonic Concert; Soloists Lauded A wide variety of presentations, including full orchestrations and excellent soloists, Was enjoyed by an audience of some 500 in the Dover High auditorium last night as the Tuscarawas County Philharmonic presented its first concert of the season. Opening with the strong and vibrant Trumpet Voluntary by Purcell-Wood, under the direction of Conductor Eugene Kilinski, the first contrast was presented with the Concerto in A Major for clarinet and orchestra, featuring Frederick E. Cohen of Cleveland as guest clarinet soloist. The first portion of the program was concluded with the third and fourth movements of Beethoven's well-known Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, opus 17. Following intermission, the guest clarinetist, accompanied on the piano by his wife, Enid, presented 4 distinct rhythms in the Sonata for clarinet and piano by Hindemith. The clear and beautiful tones of the soloist, which had been evidenced in his first presentation, were further enhanced in this number as the piano offered more of a complement than accompaniment. The 4 move ments offered a contrast in presentation. Another highlight of the pro gram was a number tailored to the talents of several young area musicians. The exceptional quality of the soprano voice of Kathy Beu daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eri Beu of Dover, and the recogniz ed talents of Charles Lang, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lang of New Philadelphia, were join ed in a perfect blend of voice and cello. Background for the number Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5 b; Villa-Lobos, was provided by a cello ensemble comprisin; Mary Lee Richards, Jane Shai fer, Vero Jo Barkett, Sally Beu Becky McCrea and Peggy Tur ner. The program's variety, whicl offered a great appeal to the receptive audience, was again in evidence in the final orches tral number, the St. Lawreno Overture by Washburn. The lively number, beginnhi] with a loud impact of drums featured excellent brass an drum sections. Quality of presentation, care ful selection of numbers, an the efforts of director, orches tra and soloists, were combin ed throughout the program t provide a memorable evenin of good music. 6-Year-Old Boy Is Burned In Newcomerstown Mishap 51KR CINT OP VOWS AGAINST MAJORITY L0usc/« Is No. 1 forty 'Kdbe/' /n Judge ClettM Naher (kit) receives a plaque honoring him for hit long service as an attorney and Common Pleat Court fudge from Judge Raymond Rice. Atty. Sherlock Ivanr of MaMllton, a member of the Ohio Bar executive committee, looks on. NBA Review Meets Tonight At East Sparta By Mrs. Beatrice L. Evans Telephone 8*12713 EAST SPARTA - WBA Review 72 will meet in the American Legion Home tonight at 8. Mrs. Esther Umlauf is hostess chairman. Mrs. LaDeanne Fetters, Mrs. Iris Shew, Mrs. Mary J. Carpenter and Mrs. Flora Jean Carpenter were in charge of the UNICEF drive Thursday night when young people of the Christian and Methodist Churches canvassed the area. Mrs. Leo F. Rabedeau of Canton, Mrs. Wilbur Haverman of Sandy ville, Mrs. Elsie M. Gill of Elson Rd. and Mrs. Beatrice L. Evans of here were recent dinner guests of their sister, Florence E. Fooze at Magnolia. Afternoon guests were Mrs. J. William Allison of Canton and Patricia Herstine and Ericka, and Shannon English of Sandyville. * Mrs. Bernice Bedley and son, Stanley, attended services at Grace Missionary Church in Doylestown and baptismal services at Crystal Lake recent ly CMgnstfMii «* Top honon for party support and opposi- Daily Pattern tfon in the Senate went to Democrats Daniel K, Iflouye (Hfr watt) and Frank J. Lausche Ohto)j Inouye voted with Ms iatty majority on W per cent of the 100 showdown votes of 9*4, white Lausche voted against Ms party majority en 58 wr cent of the tests. Among Senate Republicans, Milward L. Simpson (Wyo.) scored highest in Party Support, also with 90 per cent, while Clifford P. Case (N.J.) was the op GOP dissenter, with a par- y opposition score of 56 per £nt * Sen. Stephen M. Young (D) scored 58 per cent for party support and 18 per cent for par- y opposition on the showdown votes in 1964 when a majority of one party opposed a majority of the other party on roll calls. His scores for the entire 88th Congress (1963 and 1964 combined): 63 per cent for party support, 22 for party opposition. Sen. Prank J. Lausche (D) scored 28 per cent for party support and 58 per cent for party opposition in 1964. -His 88th Congress scores: 20 per cent tar party support, 68 per cent for party opposition. In the House, 3 Republicans shared top billing as party liners in 1964. Reps. George A. Delight your schoolgirl'with a smoothly curved jumper she •an wear demi-belted or free Sew two of blouce—with short and % sleeves. Printed Pattern 4979: Girls Sizes 6, 8, 10, 12, 14. Size 10 jumper 1% yards 54-inch jlouse 1 yard 39-inch. Thirty-five cents in coins fo this pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-clas mailing and special handling. Send to Anne Adams, care of The Daily Reporter, 46, Pat tern Dept, 243 West 17th St. New York 11, N. Y. Print plain ly Name, Address with Zom Size and Style Number. New! 300 sparkling designs exciting fashion and fabric features. plus coupon for On Free Pattern — any one you choose! Send for new Fall-Win ter Pattern Catalog, 50 cents. By Mrs. Sally Duffy Telephone HY 8-7839 NEWCOMERSTOWN - Mickey Wise, 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lorin Wise of S. College St., suffered third-degree burns to his back, shoulder and arm yesterday when his clothing caught fire while his father 5 Tombstones Are Overturned Numerous complaints of post- Halloweeners were listed on the Dover police blotter over the|er. weekend, although little vandalism was noted. An E. llth St. resident was burning trash. He was taken .to Children's Hospital at Columbus in an Ourant ambulance, where he will undergo skin grafts. There will be no school here Friday because of a teachers' meeting. The Youth Center trustees elected officers yesterday at the center. They are: Dr. W. R. Agricola, president; Bill Fish- ^r, vice president; Mrs. Eugene Little, secretary, and B. B. Bowling, treasurer. New members of the board are Mr. and Mrs. Willis Haver and Mr. and Mrs. D, H. Hook- Mr. and Mrs. Loren Mizer, Jack, Rickey and Teddy were Sunday dinner guests of the Alvey Clarks in Dover. Recent area births: Mr. and Mrs. James Maher of RD 1, Magnolia, daughter, born Oct. 21 in Timken Mercy Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Charley of 5695 Breezhill SW, daughter, born Oct. 25 in Massillon City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Dennison, 6494 Valley Dr. SE, son born Oct. 24. ported Saturday night that someone had tossed a pumpkin through a storm door. At 10:45 Saturday night police Forty-nine members of the re- Crusaders of the Foursquare Gospel Church met last night in the church. Dave Norman was leader and Mrs. Victor Walktip was song director. found 5 tombstones upset in! The monthly gold star mis- Fourth Street Cemetery. Officers noted, however, that some of them appeared to have been upset for some time. Investigation fs continuing. 'Poppy Days' Set In Dover "Poppy Days" will be observed in Dover Friday and Saturday with the sale of the small symbolic flowers in the downtown area and Miracle Lane Plaza. Sponsored by Tuscarawas sionary service was held with Willie Ghere and Mrs. Jerry Christman as readers. A missionary offering of $74 was given. Minor, with Mrs. Carl On Sunday, Mrs. Richard j as co-hostess. Ik School Board Meets Tonight At Strasburg By Mrs. Arthur Strauss Jr. Telephone 87S-S222 STRASBURG — The B< Education will meet in tl school conference room day night at 7. •••»—^ The Modern Mothers held a masquerade cently in the home of Shown at Saturday's District Bar Assn. meeting are: Attys. Pauline Seikel of Dover; Roger Smith of Toledo, president of the Ohio Bar Assn. board; •Matt Smith of New Philadelphia, a past president, and Walter Beall, featured speaker. Phila Attorney Re-Elected To Ohio Bar Delegate Group Atty. James E. Barnhouse of New Philadelphia was re-elected to. the Council of State Bar Delegates Assn.'s at the State Bar District 14 meeting Saturday. The all-day event In Union Country Club was attended by serving a short term following his appointment to the council last year succeeding Evans who was elected to the State Bar executive committee. Roger H. Smith of Toledo, president of the Ohio State Bar Assn. presented a resume of V/\f UI1LI. J V*"AUU TV Ht3 UlV\*IlUVr\* tJJ t &t)LJ41. tvt ^u^ttt^u *-* *«*h>*«(*Bv v* approximately 75 attorneys and j activities during the luncheon, their wives, who had separate j Common Pleas Court Judge programs. The women attended \ Raymond Rice of New Philadel- a morning coffee hour, attend-! phia presented a service award ed the luncheon, then visited the j to Judge Cletus Fisher, who has Warther Museum. ! retired after several years on Speakers at the morning ses- •lay'i. Canton, Malvern Specula PieturiTubif$10 uR dn cth i». ». 14. it, 17. n, «, - t«. 37. - " ' 23. t«. 31. Pit Molt TV _ IniUlled la Rom* $• OB. SAVE - NEW — TV PARTS Taw X B.M inline I3.W Flnco St. VHT M Rotor* 122 Converters 115. Lead-in. Pipe irackets. Part* SEwTFv.TrBT A, Reary-Dat* • WelniUll W ty crats, Rep. of the former H«p, in party support wttn 1W pet- cent (atthougn he was not a House Member tor afl tf* 1964 votes), While Rep. Tuck (V?.) led the dissenters with a score of 81 per cent for party opposition. Rep. Frank T. Bow (R) of Ohio's l«th scored 79 per cent for party support and 15 per cent for party opposition in 1964. His scores, for the 88t!i Congress: 80 per cent for party support, 13 per cent for party opposition. Rep. Robert Taft scored 74 per cent for party support and 11 per cent for party opposition in 1964. His scores for the 88th Congress: 76 per cent tar party support,' 11 per cent for party opposition. Rep. Oliver P. Boltojl (R) of Ohio scored 71 per cent for party support and 11 per cent for party opposition. His scores for the 88th Congress: 73 per cent for party support, 12 per cent Goodling (Pa.), Ralph F. Beer- for party opposition. Public Sales Calendar FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6 AT 7 P.M. Located at Farmewtown. Consignor's nitc sale of Breeder Ac Feeder Stock. Bob Andrews, Manager. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1964 AT 2:30 P.M. Located at 121 4th St. N.E. 3:00 p.m. Located at 416 N. Wooster. All sale* are in Strasburg. Selling real estate. Auctioneer, R. J. Gepfert. Heirs of Walter Hanni, deceased. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1964 at 1 =00 P.M. Located at th« Harry Eick Farm I mile North of Fresno on Rt. % 93, then I mile East (watch for signs). Selling cattle, hogs, farm machinery, and feed. John F. Andrews, Auctioneer, Harry Eick, Owner. ANTENNA Developed by Onto, of UllnoU Latest DeiItn, • Modell. 50 to 175 MILES , 115, tl«. >M. $35. — ORGANS Wkeel. hori* tracton Travtl Trailer! 3S Ft. N«wt« rd _ C.B. RADIOS. A~N T B SNA 8. CRYSTALS. OALAT'S. 5824 NAVARRE RD SW. CANTON. GR .1-3232, ALSO LAKE MOHAWK 'MALVBRN. BOAT!. MOTOR! TV PARTS — OPEN SUNDAY BRAND NEW! it Famous 1964 Buick Wildcat 2 DOOR HARDTOP Finished in red with all vinyl interior, power brakes, power steering, automatic, radio, heater, whit* wall tires. All of Buich's fine accessories. Sold with new car warranty. SAVE 1ST YEARS DEPRECIATION WEAVER MOTOR Co Lot No. 1 W. Front lot No. 2 W. 2nd Phone 42194 lot No. 3 $. Woostcr Phon* 42194 sion were John D. Jolliffe of Canton and Walter C. Beall of Cincinnati. Sherlock Evans of Massillon .presided at the noon election luncheon. the bench. Afternoon speakers were Dr. James Roberts and William R. Ferguson,- both of Akron, who spoke on technical topics. Walkup will be in charge of i the meeting and reports will be ' given on the fall mass Crusader ! rally to be held Saturday after- Inoon and evening in Wooster I High auditorium. childhood superstition. Costume prizes were ed: Mrs. William G e ugliest; Mrs. Robert Fossen, most original, and Pete Minor, prettiest. Willie Ghere and Mr. and Ron Bayless and son of Mt. Vernon Bible College; a meeting and Halloween party of Rev.! recently in city building. Elev en members and a gi Dee Beitzel attended. Leslie Besst Good to necessities and personal items for the 250 residents of the was taken Hospital Ohio Soldiers' and Home at Sandusky. Sailors' ambulance. to i Tn « « rou P recorded at I pound weight loss. Mrs. Dewey Emler of Heller i Betty Cline. Refreshments were Dr. fell in her home yesterday, suffered a broken leg and a broken wrist. She was taken to Mayor C. LeMoyne Luthy isjCoshocton Memorial Hospital expected to issue a "Poppy Day" proclamation later today. Several local girls nave volunteered to sell the poppies. yesterday in an Ourant ambulance. Loit Boy 'daunt* served from a table loween appointments Nina Newmiller an) 1 Walker. Program lei this month are Mrs. Beichler and Strauss Jr. Mrs. Rev. John Uhle's A young boy, who became j topic in First Lutheran Church lost at Miracle Lane Plaza Saturday night, was later "claimed" by his father at the police station. The boy's name was not listed. Sunday was "A Sainthood' 1 was observed. A service was held fo members. D BBS Jr. 22 Board of the high m Tues- ;rs Club >arty re- JIvo T&tit a ftro. rclc rtT^iv1oT 1 DiAlCl LA¥*C OYi* >tJJ*» ail* iraalitlp U rCQJUlg a 6 Q uja w* M*TCltU* O r a p 1 8 "i rt *' Van v ail and Mix ullU MHOt "luh hplrt L/iUU IlviU »an nartv Fdi |JCU lj ig. Elev- est, Mrs. a 5.75* won by and Mrs. ;nts were A'ith Halby Mrs. Irs. Cora ders for s. Beryl Arthur sermon B Church urvey of lints Day memorial deceased Barnhouse, wljo currently is serving on the council, will begin his term July 1, 1965 to serve 3 years. He is presently The meeting is an anual affair with attorneys from Tuscarawas, Carroll and Stark counties attending. Child Wins 7-Year Battle With Crippling Deformity By JAMES CALOGERO BOSTON (AP) — Seven-year- old Maria Elena Jijon of Quito, Ecuador— born with a crippling deformity and orphaned by tragedy — today has a big smile that was a long time coming. A doctor at Massachusetts General Hospital told Maria she will be home by Christmas and, better still, she'll be able to walk and run like other children. Dark eyes flashing, Maria turned to her guardian-uncle, Luis del Camp, of Quito, and agreed with him that "No hay mal que por bien no venga" — There is no evil from which good does not come. Several doctors, headed by Dr. J. Drennan Lowell, assistant in orthej^dic surgery at the hospital, donated their services for two operations that corrected the dislocation of both hips with which Maria was born. Three prominent Bostonuns, touched by the child's deformity and the loss of her parents in a Boston hot«) fire, raised $12,000 to pay otter medical costs. Insurance executive George Swartz said any money left will go for Maria's education. • -Her uncle said Maria Elena's father had scrimped and saved to take her to Florida for two operations four years ago. But the hips did not stay in the sockets. After raising more money, said Del Campo, Fabian Jijon, 39, and his wife, Lola, 34, brought their only daughter to Boston. For 10 days the three lived in the Sherry Biltmore Hotel while Maria underwent daily tests at Massachusetts General. On the llth day, the child was admitted for surgery. That evening — March 28, 1963 — Mr. and Mrs. Jijon died in the fire, which also killed two others. Swartz said he read about the tragedy and "I immediately got on the telephone to solicit finan- rial hfln " Hot liclp. Painter U 'Teaser* Dover police yesterday afternoon received a complaint thai a man painting a building na( "flicked" paint at several youths ruling a bicycle in a nearby alley. Officers talked tu the man, who said he was onh "teasing." Thanksgiving Special \ FIRST WITH THE • FEATURES WOMEN WANT MOST DRYER SALE HOTPOINT DRYER FOR $ 109" and EAST TEIUIS ••••• GET OUR OtAL EHLER'S OPEN HON., Fl|. 4NQ SAT. EVENINGS ZOAIYIUE PHONE «••«« lOUYlLU LOW DOWN PAYMENTS UlEtfAL TIA0E IN

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