The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on December 28, 1970 · Page 12
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The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 12

Dover, Ohio
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Monday, December 28, 1970
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A il) TheTlmes.Reporter "*lA Mon., Dec. 28,1S7I Coshocton men apprehended In Medina face more charges COSHOCTON - Jerry Hy- drosky and Edward Plute, apprehended while burglarizing a Conley Discount Store in Medina last Monday, are to be charged with two and possibly other breaking and enterings on record in Coshocton County. Plute,.whose address is listed as RD 5, Coshocton, has no previous record in this county, but has a record of non-support, rape and juvenile offenses in Medina County. Currently he is free on $100,0 bond on the Medina burglary charge. He is scheduled to appear in municipal court here today on charges of breaking and enter- Ing the Gross' discount store on 7th st. Charges were filed last Thursday and Plute was free over the holiday on $2000 bond. Gross Discount was entered in Nov. 23 and $4900 was reported stole $20,000 and were starting missing from the safe. The store had apparently been entered from the roof where police re covered a shotgun which had been taken from the store stock. Charges were later filed by police against Hydrosky, a resident of 1030 Orange st., in the same burglary. Hydrosky, who remains in custody of Medina County authorities in connection with -the Conley burglary, has a record here of grand and petit larceny in 1969 and a charge of receiving stolen property. A disorderly conduct charge was dismissed. Plute, in addition to the Gross Discount burglary charge filed by police has 'been charged by the sheriffs department with the Dec. 4th burglary at Prim Meats on S. 2nd st. Burglars Easter prog ram set for March 25 at IVS By MRS. JACK GUNTHER Telephone 254-4810 GNADENHUTTEN — James Pfeiffer, Indian Valley South band director, announced that a concert will be held March 25 prior to Easter vacation. He made the announcement during a recent concert presented by the choir, select chorus and concert band. ian Church were 71. It was announced Killbuck twins are fined for petty larceny MILLERSBURG — Twin brothers, Donald and Ronald Russell,. 21, of Killbuck were each assessed $500 fines and sentenced to serve six months in jail when they pleaded guilty Wednesday before acting Judge Francis Smith in Holmes County court to charges of petty larceny. The charges stem from a Dec 17 theft of four electric'lamps valued at $37 from Skyline Trailer Co., near Holmesville, where they were employed. Two men who pleaded innocent to assault charges filed by women were each found guilty and assessed $200 fines and sentenced to six months in jail. They were Harold Butler, 19, of Killbuck, who was chargec by Norma Allison of Killbuck and James Brink, 44, of Killbuck, charged by Ruth Croskey of Killbuck. The charges stemmed, from separate incidents. Acting Judge Smith said in the future those found guilty o littering would be fined the ful extent of the law and set an ex ample by assessing Raymond Garbrant of N. Grant st., Mil lersburg, $100, when he ap peared on game protecto charges of dumping'trash in tributary of Salt Creek. Fire Runs New Philadelphia — Saturda; at-11:40 p.m. to 417 St. Clair av SW where Robert Miller wa having difficulty breathing Firemen administered oxyge: until he could be taken to Unioi Hospital. Dover — Saturday at 2:3 p.m. to 1532 Tremont st. wher a refrigerator door switch shori ed at the Paul Garrett resi dence, causing damage to the refrigerator. Saturday at 5:10 p.m. to 11 Prospect st. where a refrig erator door switch shorted a the Ronald Hilton residence causing damage to the refrig erator. "• Dennison — Saturday at 12:4 p.m. to Wade's Laundramat a 316 Grant st., where a short wa; reported in a washer. Uhrichsville — Saturday nigh at 8 to the city building, where Danny Riley, no address given was having difficulty breathing He was taken to Twin City hos pital for treatment. Coshocton board to borrow money COSHOCTON - The city school board will meet in spe CiaJ session at 5:30 tonight in administration building t harrowing of $52,000 U Christmas Eve candlelight ervicesi in Gnadenhutten Mora- attended by that silent Communion services will be few Year's Eve between 7 and with Rev. Bishop Carl J. Helmich presiding. The church's minister, Rev. Melvin Klokow, visiting at Frostproof, Fla., uring the holidays. Holiday visitors with their arents, the H.D. Hamiltons, re the Morris Nadings of Hope, nd., and family, and Mrs. Hariet Eisele of Seabrook, Tex., nd children, Don, Melinda and on. Ed Guspyt of Indian Valley outh Young Farmer Chapter nd his wife attended the fourth nnual national Young Farmer Sducational ta, Kan. Institute at Wich- to work on the safe when they fled after being surprised by a guard. The sheriffs office indicated other charges mav be filed against Plute and hinted Hy- drosky might be implicated after further investigation. Both police and sheriff deputies are continuing their investigations. W, Lafayette woman to aid Rhodes center COSHOCTON - Mrs. E. F. M u 11 i g a n of Coshocton was among nearly 50 persons recently named to the com' mittee to help raise funds for a "James A. Rhodes Historical Center." The proposed historical center will be located in Coalton, immediately behind the' home in which Gpv. Rhodes was born. The $500,000 center will serve to display Rhodes' writings and other career landmarks. Mrs. Mulligan, Coshocton County Republican Party Committee Woman, will join business executives, sports and broadcast personalities, educators and government officials, including Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, in helping to raise funds for the nonprofit, tax-exempt foundation. SLAYERS HUNTED. Britain's first winter snowfall hampered police in their search for clues in the slayings of Janet Stevens (above), 15, and two 1 other young women found dead over Christmas weekend in various parts.of England, In what London newspapers have labeled the "Little Red Riding Hood" murder, Miss i Stevens,: a schoolgirl was found strangled, her body covered with.snow, on an army firing range in the Surrey countryside.outside London. In Liverpool, police said blonde 21-year-old Margaret Lynch was beaten to death, "probably by a man in a frenzy." The third victim — Margaret Joan Connolly, 23, — was found in a lonely fir plantation on the Yorkshire moors Saturday. The bodies of the other two were discovered Christmas Day. (UPI Cablephoto) Rhodes issues progress report COLUMBUS (UPI) — • Gov. James A. Rhodes today issued a final report for the eight years of his administration during which he said an $83 million debt was liquidated and the budget balanced. "The budget has remained in balance ever since," the report concluded. Rhodes said, under his administration, Ohio became a national leader in park and recreation systems, industrial development, preservation of historical sites, industrial safety and 37 crewmen saved irom broken ship NEW YORK (AP) — A U.S. Coast Guard cutter rescued 31 crewmen today from the stern section of a Finnish tanker that lad split in two in heavy seas. The Coast Guard said the cut- ,er Escanaba was searching for the bow 'section on which six other crewmen, including the master and chief engineer, were stranded when the ship broke apart Sunday. The 31 crewmen were plucked :rom the stern section of the 540-foot tanker Ragny at 8 a.m., a spokesman said. Rescue vessels that reached the area last night were forced to ride out a North Atlantic storm before making the rescue attempt. The bow section has been lost from sight, the Coast Guard said. One man from the American tanker S.S. Platte-^first vessel on the scene—was lost when a small boat capsized during an abortive rescue attempt Sunday night. Six others were injured. The Platte remained in the area, some 600 miles southeast of New York City, along with another freighter, the Marie Leonardo, and the Coast Guard cutter Escanaba. No more rescue attempts were expected until the weather cleared, probably later today the Coast Guard said. The stern section of the Rag- Boys and Girls! Watch for "CappyDicli" On Saturdays ny was reported to have engine power and to be making about a half knot in reverse—enough to keep the heavy seas from entering its open compartments. The 31 men aboard "seem to be in good shape," the Coast Guard said. The Coast Guard said the powerless bow section was wallowing and shipping water late Sunday night. The 11,000-ton Ragny, en route from Freeport, Bahamas, to Norway, sent out a distress call at 1:15 p.m. Sunday that it was breaking up. The National Weather Service in New York reported air tern peratures in the area in the low 50s and water temperatures in the low 40s, but said a cold front could bring subfreezing condi tions to the area during the morning. •-•-•-•,•••• •**•••••••..» ••.•-•. ; ; :VAv.y.v.v.v.\y,v>X'X*x*x*x;! |Clayland | | Capsules | DENNISON - Daniel Mann 31, of 207 S. 6th st. and William Malone,. 35, of RD 1, Uhrichs vilie, were charged with disorderly conduct Sunday night at 7:20 after the pair were fighting at Hollywood Inn on Center st. DENNISON — Police report ed vandalism to a truck owned by Robert Case House Building Co. this morning at 7:55. the truck was parked at the former water company lot on Grant st Several holes were punched through the radiator of the ve hide with an unknown object. However, the front was expected to reduce the.heavy ise^s and high winds. Pathologist's report awaited in man's death COSHOCTON - Funeral services for William Lousha, 31, of 808 E. Main st. were held this morning in Sacred Heart Church. Burial was in S. Lawn cemetery. Arrangements for the apparent suicide victim were in charge of the Dawson Funeral Home. Lousha's death was reported by a brother, Donald, at 5:33 p.m. on Christmas Day. Contents of a three-page suicide note found at the time has not been released by police. Its contents reportedly were of a personal nature and expressed remorse. Results of an autopsy have not been released by pa- beating William. thologists, according to count; Coroner J.C. Briner. A number of empty insulin bottles of the scene indicated a possible overdose of the raedica tion according to Dr. Briner. Lousha was to begin serving a five-day jail sentence today. I was imposed last Monday afte Lousha was found guilty of beat ing his Dunkel Court. Mrs. Dunkel was hospitalized for "traumatic surgery" am was released last Tuesday. Last Thursday Donald Lousha paid a a $10 fine on a charge of L. — _.!_:„_. *tr"ii" _ ^ mother, Mrs. Doroth of Riverview Trailer employemnt. He said spending increased five-fold for higher education, three-fold for capital construction and more state Operating money was spent on elementary and secondary education from 1963-71 than during the prior 47 years. The governor also said Ohio has become a leader under his guidance in controlling environmental contamination. "As a result of a far-sighted approach to pollution problems Ohio leads the nation in the control of water, air and land pollution." Income tax discussion slated by W* Lafayette council tonight SHIRLEY K1RKPATRICK Telephone 545-6781 WEST LAFAYETTE - Solicitor Tom Leech is expected to attend tonight's 7:30 council meoting to discuss a village in- cortie tax. The subject was to be discussed at the last session, but Leech said he misunderstood the month and failed to attend. Robert Parks will be program chairman when Rotary meets Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. in Chase's Gardens. J •* ' • ' Falathia Rebekah Lodge has announced the following date change due to a conflict in the meeting place. The regular meeting is to be Jan. 8 instead of Jan. 14 in the American Legion Post on Main St. ' • • * Mr. and Mrs. James Hoobler of RD 3, Newcomerstown, enter- taiied Farm Bureau Council TIree-A recently. Guests were Glenn Zimtner, Mrs. Bessie Bower, Mrs. Dale Lapp and Mrs. Dan Brown. Mrs. C. 0. Headlee led in gntap singing. Mrs. Hoobler had th« Christmas Story according to Saint Luke, prayer and Christmas customs around the world. ames Hoobler read a poem, "Christmas In Florida." Mrs. George Zimmer gave the woman's representative report. 0. J. Buser led discussion on "V hat Can We Do About Soar- in g Automobile Insurance Rates." Refreshments were served anl a gift .exchange held. Mr. and Mrs. George Zimmer of RD 1, will be hosts for the Jan. 18 meeting at 8 p.m. . * loliday visitors in the Elmer Kcbel home on 4th st are their daughters and family, Deidre Ktbel of Boulder, Colo., and Ccpt. and Mrs. Joe (Nicolee) Ventura and son Eric Collin ol Austin, Tex. Doug Owens has called a special meeting of Ridgewood High Adult Athletic Boosters Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Main Street Nazarene Church is holding a New Year's Eve Watch Service Thursday from 10 to midnight. The Gospel Ciusaders, Quartet will perform. Ridgewood High French Club held its annual Christmas pro- gram last week. Sue Ellen McCleary was program chairman and introduced Renee Sheneman and Carla Mosholder. Renee gave "The Origin of the Yule Log" and "aria, "Christmas Customs in France." Carols were sung in French and word games completed the program. Louis Klusty conducted the brief business session. Next ses-> sion is Jan. 26 during activities period. • * Christmas Eve callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kirkpatrick and Tammy Jd were Mr. and Mrs. Merrm Christian and Jon, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Saggio, Mr. and MrS, Roy Self and daughter Francis, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirk. Patrick. Refreshments wer« served buffet style with Christmas appointments to the friends and neighbors annual gathering, The Roger Kirkpatricks and Tammy, the Robert Kirk- patricks and the Saggios were guests for dinner Christmas day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.J. Wilier of Spaulding av., Newcomerstown. Car skids into pole at Newcomerstown By MRS. SALLY DUFFY ' NEWCOMERSTOWN - A slippery street was blamed for a one-car accident Sunday morning at 2:41 on Canal st. Police said Paul Stevens, 18, of McConnelsville attempted a turn into a laundromat parking lot on Canal and slid into a steel Ohio Power Co. pole. There was major damage to the front end of the car. No citations were issued in another one-car accident last Wednesday at 8:24 p.m. when Randy Rutter, 19, of RD 1 hit a parked car on River st. Rutter told piolice the tie rod on his car broke causing him to swerve. Foursquare '* Gospel Church will hold a watchnight service Thursday beginning at 8:30 with Rev. and Mrs. James Cobb, from Washington, Pa., as special guests. Rev. and Mrs.' O.E. Ghere will be in charge of the s e r v i c e, which will feature group singing and special music. Crusaders met Sunday night with Mrs. Jerry Christman as leader, Donna Sharpies, song director, and Mrs. Doran Ellis, pianist. Mrs. Ellis and Miss Sharpies read a true story, "I'm So Lonely." game Wednesday high school gym Rev. and Mrs. Ghere will conduct next week's meeting. * The Booster Club will sponsor a basketball night in the featuring the faculty basketball team against the, Harlem All- Stars. Doors will open at 6 with a girls' scrimmage preview slated for 6:30. The feature game begins at 8. Admission is $1.50 for adults and $1 for students. Proceeds will be used toward the cost of the new universal gym purchased for the athletic depar|- ment by the Boosters. ' Guidance * Counselor Dennis Belle announces the local high school has been selected to be a part of the statewide norming program for the Ohio survey test. To assist in helping the State Department of T«3ting in setting up norms for the OST, 8th and 10th grade tests will be given 9th and llth graders during January. Tenth graders were given the 10th grade test last, fall as part of the schools program of helping students?, faculty and more aware parents of each become students abilities and achievements. McCarthy to work from 'outside 7 WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Eugene McCarthy, who is retiring after 12 years in the Senate and 10 years in the House, says he believes government reform "can better be done from outside.' The Minnesota Democrat said Sunday he plans to remain in Washington after his current Senate term expires Jan. 3 and Will continue to work for political reforms. The senator was interviewed on NBC's "Meet the Press." DISCOUNT BOWERS AVE.&WABASH AYE PRESTONE antl-freeze Prestone anti • freeze &j5ummercoolant has a special anti • leak formula. Gives your car triple preelection. -+(m\m\mm\m\m\m\mm\m\m\m ZEREX ^w^^^^w ^^^^^^p ^MP 1MB V^WHHi BBPr vMH anti • freeze Give your car's cooling system complete protection this winter. -Zerex anti • f ree?e is guifiptittf tfl step cooling system leaks, freeze * ups & corrosion for 1 full year. i i

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