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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1958, Dover, Ohio                                area residents again irttl m opportunity to spread 6httr among families B thtn ttittr own aiimiil Shire Yout ft of Tha Daily in rooptfattofi with Ow Salvation As in flit past several tlw wwipajitr today munched tti nual campaign to provide 1 rill along with i taw drta rw might Itint ill about tht story toe nwd year to fmtit than ft tofts bwn far off ofjrWifw Clft Pnshint I Ctunty Ita i iCCOtOTHI tO rrf ima oi vne Salvation tiitTV Mini been no less than WO hive i bieak and drab Chrlitmai who will n Gefs Under ttfitctft ottmra to better open their fnctodtd in the 900 needy fanv Into where mm are out of feme pinched by lack of because of some without at t total of approximately Amonf the in Tus otrawas County who little toy ahead in the most joyful of holidays there are about chil dren an average of three to a The Share Your Christmas cam paign has a number of and In past yeart has been able to accomplish them This years plant Include A basket with an ample of groceries and fbf rtil See ftfft I CMtHINMi ewfl leNlghl On Sana scattered lenlihi I below to 8 CENTS Tuscarawas Countys Most Complete Newspaper Stt Santa Tonight At 3rd A Member of Associated Frew Telephone 44167 December Serving Families The Best In Cornice Dulles Confers With President Before Leaving For Paris Talks FIRE KILLS Relatives survey the ruins of a threeroom home near after fire took the lives of and Elmer Littlejohn a nd their four An oil cook stove apparently exploded in their Looking at the death site are three brothers of the father from left George and and a William Wartime Cache Found In States Lock Box SAN FRANCISCO AP A elate checking on why billed for safe deposit stumbled on a cache j of prewar Japanese bonds He vaT lies at IS million They had been al though apparently gathering in terest for IT years since being aeized when Japanese assets in the United States were frozen shortly before World War William the states superintendent of made his find public Thursday when he asked Superior Court to deter mine who owns the He said tie asked Whats in it and opened the box after getting the bill from the American Trust Owners were hot listed on the which were seized in the lobby of the Yokohama Specie Banks San Francisco branch July days after all Japa nese assets in this country were frozen as war The bonds wound up in the cus tody of the state when California liquidated enemy banks after Pearl The state had been paying safe deposit box rental Burkett says he is are worth at lion dollars in American as of Facing the court is the problem of what to do with Do they go to the alien property custodian in Does the State of California own them Do they go to their original whoever he may be Settling that will undoubtedly take a lot of legal Illness Hits State Dinner By FRANCES LEWINE WASHINGTON AP Illness plagued the state dinner opening the White House social season Thursday Two of the guests of honor were absent because of illness and two guests became ill at the dinner President and Eisen hower launched the social season with a dinner for 80 in honor of the Supreme But Chief Justice Earl stricken with a virus and Associate Justice Felix still hospitalized from a mild heart were unable to Then as the elaborate dinner got under wayat the huge Eshaped table decked with pink See ILLNESS Page 8 It Figures LONDON AP 18 yearold Diana Francis was named today as manager of Lon dons newest the Ambassa Newsmen asked how she got the job at her They got a frank answer My father owns the said Miss Journey to Jesus Watch this for the first in a of describing tbt rart the journey of tfftfti to artmi Monday in Tlik Paily Bomb Hoax Perpetrated By Dover Boy A 16yearold Dover High stu dent has admitted causing the bomb scare at New Philadelphia High on Paul Hayes announced The student placed his telephone call from a pay phone in a Do ver High It resulted in students and teachers being dismissed for the afternoon while authorities searched the building for Hayes and Leon Force of New Philadelphia were scheduled to confer this morning with Juvenile Judge Ralph Finley concerning the but the judge will not be back in his office until Hayes revealed the student admitted the hoax after lengthy questioning yesterday He at first denied the hoax but after being confronted by witnesses who saw him in the tele phone confessed the The superintendent and Lloyd high school questioned 30 students during the day after hearing hints that the call may have been placed by a Dover Just what punishment will be ad ministered In the case will hinge on the conference with Judge Fin Hayes Court Precedent Set In Virginia PETERSBURG Juvenile Court Judge Benjamin Campbell has ordered whippings for six youngsters who perpetrat ed a bomb hoax at Boiling Junior High Campbell said parents of the ranging in age from 13 to sbouw carry out toe whip pings at But they will have to prove that tne whipping was satisfactorily carried toe judge He also ordered Thursday that the parents kelp pay tor the trou ble caused by the youngsters Boiling Junior High was closed I after the bomb scare re port was Ministers Trial Starts By ART PARKS CINCINNATI AP The con science of a war hating clergyman and majesty of the United States government met headtohead today at the bar of civil The clergyman the Maurice McCrackin again followed that he has said are the dictates of his conscience and re fused to stand or plead to a charge against For the third the Mc charged with failure to respond to an Internal Revenue Service refused to walk into District Court under his own He wheeled in in a wheel chair and then lifted bodily to a chair at the defense He didnt stand when Dis trict Judge John Druffel enter ed the Theodore a courtappointed defense then asked Judge Druf fel to enter a plea for the minister and the judge entered the plea of Berry renewed an old motion to dismiss the indictment against Mc Crackin but again wai The work of selecting a jury was See Page I JOHN HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON Elsenhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles confer today on efforts to obtain solid Allied unity in the face of mounting So viet pressures against West Ber Their afternoon conference was scheduled between Dulles dis charge from the hospital and his takeoff for a series of conferences starting next week in the French Dulles plans to fly directly to Paris aboard Eisenhowers plane Columbine arriving at noon local time In addition to State Department aides and the Colum bines passenger list includes Benjamin an Army phy Lincoln State Depart ment press said Dulles ap pears to be sufficiently recov ered and everyone feels he can take the trip without danger to his White said under ques tioning that Dulles never before has taken a doctor along on his extensive Dulles has been in Walter Reed Hospital since last Friday under going treatment for an intestinal His chief task at Paris so far as the Berlin Jssue is concerned apparently will be to try to re solve a split between Britain and West The two powers differ on the kind of reply which should be made to the recent Soviet pro posal to convert West Berlin into a frea city and end the Western occupation th See DULLES Page 9 Fire Victims Receive Aid Numerous offers of HurnUure and clothing for the William Carl son and Larry Vance families who lost all of their belongings WedV night when fire swept the 2famiIy residence in which they lived at 241 Tuscarawas New are being re ceived by the Tuscarawas County Red Carol execu tive said that only In cash had been received but other offers of help were numei Small articles are being stored at the Red Cross office while larg er items ct furniture are being stored until the two families find new The four adults and four chil dren are staying with Both men are All escaped from the owned by Charles Lieser of Newcom erstown with only the clothes they were Contributions can be made to the Red Train Slices School Bus 2 5 Hurt INQUEST CALLS James Raymond janitor at Our Lady of the Angels tells a Chicago coroners inquest that the fire which killed 92 children and nuns was burning 17 to 22 minutes before the fire department got the first seated next to Coroner Walter testified he dashed into the nearby rectory and shouted to the housekeeper to call the fire School Fire A la rm Delay Is Indicated CHICAGO AP A janitors story stirred a new conflict today over the time of the start of the fire which flashed through Our Lady of the Angels School killing 89 pupils and three James the jan itor at the West Side grade school for 13 told a coroners in quest Thursday be noticed the rectory and shouted to the house keeper there to call the fire de Authorities and witnesses earli er had said the fire was spotted between and that the alarm was sounded at and firemen arrived about 3 minutes Raymond told the Jury inquiring into the fire deaths he believed it was caused by human meaning he thought it was set by an arsonist or But he gave no reason for that this is his story of the holocaust ehocked some ether partib buildings and was south of the school about or in an alleyway separating the school and church He saw a whiff of smoke from the ground floor window of the ran See CHICAGO Page 8 Hoffa Maps Baffle Lines MIAMI AP The Teamsters braced for battle today in the face of a federal court threat to oust James Hoffa as their president unless they obey orders to clean The Executive Board of the huge union voted to appeal Judge Dickinson Letts ruling that the Teamsters must heed reform recommendations made by courtappointed moni militant leader of 1V4 mil lion didnt seem wor ried by the courts vigorously worded it just means another he said We will appeal all the Weve done nothing contrary to good Hoffa said the union will cancel plans for a convention in Chicago next March If The court forbade a convention that soon on the ground the union has not yet cleaned house or prepared for return of control to the rank andfile membership through dem ocratic Hoffa had called the convention In an attempt to have himself re elected and bring an end to the The unions lawyers will go to Washington to seek an order stay ing Letts Map Caraway School Plans The Caraway Board of Educa tionjiow is considering plans to im prove the Dundee and Ragersville schools so that each grade from one to six will have its own class room and The proposal to bring all 7th and 8th grade students into Sugarcrcck and the needed expansion of sev eral departments in the high plus the acquiring of the Beldon athletic would ac count for the largest portion of tax money available under the The next largest expenditure would be for a new elementary building to house six This new center will be planned for fu ture Minor repairs are recommended for the Sugarcreek Shanesville elementary It is estimated that it would take to do the planned building and On Thelnside BJCBLW West Mayor WUl Brsaft flew to to piM strategy o the Ber Ua crisis with Chancellor What Are The Weather Wizards Up To i SM NOTRt erUttiiff die earth ere esje ef tke sww ef wttfc wbiefc wan bepea to eealral SKIM weaifeer etesjunta fcrengnent fee AMbesuk these weetfcer etatrei teetolsjiiee will he MH geterally fer el SAMS life e fei esv MfeMfcte we ererteeUftf the peeitMHty ef their M ef je fee Her W weather wfcet what we u lew ti ti ef to flew el I iti MABfOf Wtwt would nave happened if the morning of Amer ieea defense ferces at Pearl Her hex fully anticipated the fer of attack and had bees able to shroud the island of Oahu with a monstrous fog that carried miles out into the Pacific Would the attacking Japanese planes have been turned back to their carriers in subsequent diplomatic would America have been kept out of the war what would feave happened if on the Germans had been able to unleash storm as the Allied invasion fleet wai halfway across ttif ffogMfh Channel Would much of the AJuied fleet have been dwtroytd alung wtth aj thr saeotd weather can and often does play a erudal role in not helped to defeat And America might have been set tled as a Spanish province if a furious gale hadnt come to Drakes aid and helped him Kent tie the Spanish Armada in Up until weather has been the big mark to strategic planners because been outside the realm of human But our weather wizards now have dra matie experiments under way that may reeuH ia weather becoming a weapon in global wars vkiing us with clues that help clear How important a weapon U i eeuld be can be judged from tali oommeat by Howard Orr eoasuttant lor sad to the ehaajtag fortunes of i Weather Control ttxfy might still own huge of Kuropeea real estate U the mighty Kusxtea saowfeJUs fcad Beckroan and Whitley makers of weather and for tout years head af President C seohewers Advisory Committee oa We for that the earths weather manufactured ia the thin layer of the lower Bftoepbere by the interplay of solar radiation on the earths topogra Radiation from the sun pours Ontario New York Central passenger train run ning 30 minutes late sliced a school bus in half at a rural grade crossing killing two boys aboard the The crossing is three miles east of Essex and about 17 miles east of Detroit in the southernmost Up of the province of The bus was carrying 10 stu dents to the Holy Names Parochi al School in The train hit the rear of the bus where the two boys who were killed were They were David Purvis and Paul The Albert and four children were treated at the Essex Professional They were Roger 9 Ju lie 13 her sister Jeannie 10 and Georgette Raymond King was taken to a Windsor It was believed he had a broken Clare said none of the children brought into Essex was Injured The grade crossing is but it is not protected by crossing The approach la steep and A brother of young Bossey nearby home to tell of the Collin first doc tor to reach the Its miracle all of them werent Farts of the bus were knocked clear by the The Observers said the children who survived apparently were helped by the fact that the bus was not dragged by the The train was bound from New York City to The acci dent happened about 8 A railroad spokesman said it was not determined immediately how fast the train was Gorens Hospital Boyles Health Page Radio and Television Santa and the Elf Community Calendar Store Clerks Set For Long Stretch Of Added Hours With only 10 more shopping days to go until excluding to Dover clerks bejran today to pace themselves for the long and grueling test Starting tonight when most downtown stores will remain open until it will be a steady diet of to 9 Stores will be open during those hours to every day next and then and Tues Extended Wednesday to 530 be in effect the day before Therell b time out for Christ mas and then back to a long day Regular hours will be in vogue 27 and Stores will re main open from to 31 A similar schedule will be fol lowed in New Mercury Dip Due Back In Area Tonight One will realize that this isnt exactly true but Tuscarawas Coun ty was sweltering today In a new heat After It did out of a recent deep freeze Thursday with the temperature moving all of the way up to 22 degrees after a previ ous earlymorning low of 9 below The thermometer stood at 13 this morning at up two degrees from a low last night of 11 above It was expected that tempera tures would settle somewhere tween 15 and 20 degrees today and then skid to a medium be tween 2 below zero and 8 above The forecast was for con tinued cold tonight and Saturday with scattered snow flurries there was some re from temperatures Toledo had the reported low of 6 below Other readings were 9 above at Akron and Day 15 at and 11 at Cleveland and The cold weather pushed its way MERCURY Page 8 Fire In Painesville Ohio AP With help rom departments in a dozen nearby firemen early today brought under control a fire that caused damage estimated at more than a half million dollars to the State Street Water formed icicles in the frigid which hampered the two hour struggle to get the blaze un der City Manager Fred Weisbrod set a tentative loss figures at a half million but said that when it was possible to investigate damage more fully the loss would mount to much Fire Chief Claude Tuthill of Painesville said the cause of the fire was not He said it started either in ah unused fourth floor loft of the brick or In the floor Air Force re cruiting The building also housed seven business places and an Allen operator of the model one of the stores ia the burned first noticed the fire at about He aroused Leah Phipps and her four children and led them to safe ty from their secondfloor apart Harry Yockey more disastrous than nuclear war Our growing understanding of the metereological conditions which produce weather is the j to our attempts to control the elej menU to suit Highfly Ing jet are constantly bring ing back new information about Manmade satellites or biting the earth ect as informa tion posU and relay pro the touid even be Sea WSAfVil Page U AntiSunday Selling Campaign Is Pushed There seems to be a growing campaign across tht country against retail stores maintaining Sunday In recent weeks weve read a number of articles to thit effect and U is apparent thai clerymen and civic or ganizations now are joining in the appeal to have ere abstain from Sunday Perhaps two of the strongest organuations in the retailing tht National Retail Merchants and the Variety Asso are two of the leading proponents of noSunday The former represents more than specialty and chaia The other association numbers variety George Dowdy of president of the National Re tail in a recent statement among other things Moat churchgoers or regard Sunday as a tradi tional day of rest and Although retail stores in most i muniUea could remain open on little to the natwaa the forward re aiier recognues that Sunday open ings make no contribution to toe gooU name of ao vital service lor the vast jority and eoeuibuw relatively economy On the other Sunday openings create public relations problems for retailing and buu mightily to the industrya problems iu the vital ol U no need for any primarily in seUju attir cits absolutely necawary W the I   

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