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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                dttllftfe I IH i i IN ii i n mi emotionPacked CR Issue Seen Top Congress Package VACCARO With 9Hr By ERNEST VACCARO Assweteted Writer wAS8myPON AP gress opens Tuesday what promises to be a politically election year session 35 County Reporters Mean Complete County Coverage with the emotionpacked clvfl rights issue offering an acid test of President Johnsons leader Johnson expected to place heavy emphasis oft passage of a broad civil rights measure opening new doors to Negroes along with afi 111 billion tax health care for the elderly and other domestic proposals in his State of the Union message These are leftover items from the Kennedy to them Johnson is expected to add some proposals of his own and perhaps some specifics of his promised war on Senate Democratic leader Mike Mansfield warned his col leagues as they concluded the marathon 1963 session 30 that it was just a beginning of the 88th Congress and that the second session would con front them with some of the most difficult decisions which this or any Congress is likely to be required to The House Rules Committee begins on civil rights If they drag ad vocates of the bill are expected to push a discharge petition to bring It before the petition had been signed by 1W of the necessary members when the House The House finally passed See CR Page 3 16 THE DAILY REPORTED Largest Circulation In Tnscaravas County HOME EDITION Circulation In Tnscaravas County DoverNew January 1964 Serving Over PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Dorothy Ream left and Dick Jennings right were elected vice president and when the Dover Board of Education reorganized this Standing is Gene Des who begins a new REORGANIZATION COMPLETE FOR NEW TERM WORLD LEADERS URGED TO KEEP PEACE Pope Ends Historic Venture By GEORGE CORNELL AP Religion Writer BETHLEHEM AP From the birthplace of Pope Paul VI appealed to world lead ers today to keep peace in the world and for Christians to history into the last day of his threeday pilgrimage of peace to the Holy the supreme pontiff of 550 million Roman Catholics returned to Jerusalem to join Patriarch Athenagoras spiritual leader of world in praying that their meetings will be a prelude of things to come for the glory of God These were the final high lights of the Popes unprece dented visit to the Holy for then he drove to the Jordan and flew back As his historic threeday pil grimage in the Holy Land neared its the 66yearold pontiff issued greetings of good will to all and Departing from his prepared he called on the worlds chiefs of state to press for The Pope urged Roman Cath olics to do all they can to re vitalize their Church in the quest for unity and appealed to nonCatholic Christians to join in the Today the will of Christ is pressing upon us and obliging us to do all that we with love and to bring to all Christians the supreme blessing and honor of a united he ON THE INSIDE Around The World Dear AWby Alvarez Crane Goren On Bridge Horoscope Hospital News Sports Womens Pages Jennings Gets School Board Presidency Dick Jennings was elected president of the Dover Board Education for succeeding Richard when members reorganized Dorothy a former was elected vice Preceding the Hanhart and Joseph and Eugene Des all of whom were elect ed for 2year terms last took their oaths of office from George clerktrea was given a 4year con tract calling for an increase of lib for his clerks duties and for his other tasks as custodian and bus driv er supervisor and Hanhart administered the oath to The contract also includes a clause providing for salary ne 3 Phila Girls Hurt In Saturday Mishap Three young New Philadelphia area girls were injured in one of 6 accidents investigated by state patrolmen over the Four other mishaps still are being investigated as area motor ists evidently failed to adjust their driving habits to the melt ing ice and Patricia and her Vicki daughters Owner Claims Boat Used By Metal Thieves Robert Waltz of 1112 was New Philadel has claimed the boat used by thieves to haul away iworth of Monel metal from Harchem Wallace last Thursday Dover police recovered the boat Friday near Waltz reported the boat stolen New Philadelphia police have Indicated charges will be filed pgainst a New Philadelphia youth Sometime along with was found install ing a distributor from another car into which was parked at 4th and Cedar Lane The incident was checked out at Satur More empty milk bottles were reported stolen in the northeast section of New Dan an employe of Goshen told police Saturday at that 24 halfgallon bot tles were taken from a pickup point at 2nd and North A similar theft was reported earli er in the week at Turrin Dis count on Minnich Other incidents investigated ever the weekend included a prowler reported in the 600 block pf Fair a crippled dog wandering around the First Bap fist Church and youths making poise on 9th NE and mess tog around Ashwood Lane end 1st of Charles and Karen daughter of Her man all of RD New were injured Satur day at on County Road near Patrolmen said Patricia ap plied her brakes after hitting a patch of lost control and skidded into a Vicki and Karen were thrown from the ve hicle to The trio was taken to Union Hospital in a LinnHert ambu Patricia was treated for abrasions and Vicki for a possible contusion and Karen for a lacerated right knee and eyebrow and left knee abra The Souers auto was a total Ten minutes Wilma of RD New Phil sustained a back and shoulder strain in a nearby ac cident when the car in which she was driven by her was struck in the rear as he slowed on Route 2508 for a turn into the Airport Restaurant Driver of the other Er nest of New Phil was charged with fail ure to stop in the assured clear Ashbaugh was treated at Union Saturday at on Route west of a car driven by Wesley Buehl Of Berea went left of center on a curve and struck one drjpen by Robert of Buehl was cited and both cars were heavily Clyde of East See Pare 5 Council To Meet Dover City Council will hold its first session of the new WI GS term tonight at in City Hall Committee ap pointments will be made and left over requests will be Scout Meeting Tuesday The Netawotwes District round table for all Boy Scout and Explorer leaders will be held Tuesday night dt in the Re organized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints oa New Philadelphias gotiations at each the beginning of A bond of from the Fidelity Deposit of Maryland was set for the clerk with the board to pay the The board unanimously ap proved a resolution setting the monthly meeting as the second Monday at the same time as in Also approved was a resolu tion setting members compen sation at each per regular A temporary appropriation budget for 1964 in the amount of was passed in a resolution because of lack of in formation from the State De partment of Education on amount of state funds that will be made available to local SA Asks Fund From County For Transients The Salvation Army has re quested funds from Tuscarawas County for at least part of the expenses involved in the care of County Commission ers said Commissioners said they have been advised by the Deputy Welfare Director Richard Wood of the Canton which supervises Tuscarawas that transient care is a permissable expenditure under poor relief In a letter dated Wood noted that in Stark County the Volunteers of America do re ceive per night per which includes supplying of the evening meal and Wood further explained that there are proper forms which must be completed by the help ing agency and signed by tran These forms are accumu lated by the month and then with are mailed to the Welfare Department and kept in separate A relief supply order is completed with the helping agency signing as ven dor and then payments are Commissioners today were un prepared to state how much money would be involved in this care or what limit might be placed on the Salvation Army in its request for such schools this Josephine Longer of 310 James was added to the substitute teacher She Is a former Dover elementary Approval also was given for attendance of Principals Robert Parsons and Edward Hamsher to the National Association of Secondary School Principals conclave at Chicago 812 and Armand Philip Fay See Page 2 The Pope journeyed the wind ing road from Jerusalem to Bethlehem on the Fe a s t of commemorating the visit of tiie three Wise Men to the manger and the first mani festation of Christ to the Gen Pope Paul was the first Roman pontiff known to have visited the spot of the Thousands thronged the town of Christs birth for the pon tiffs historic visit and for Or thodox Christmas Eve services starting three hours after the Popes But Jordanian troops and police extraor dinary precautions to prevent the mob scene that threatened the Popes safety in the old city of Jerusalem Coils of barbed Iron barriers and rows of armed troops ringed Manger Square outside the Church of the Na Police and troops closed the winding road from Jerusa lem long before the Popes ar and only about chil dren and other spectators were allowed in the But sur rounding rooftops and streets were Robed in Pope Paul stopped to enter the doorway of the old than four feet descended the 16 worn steps to the grotto of the Nativity to celebrate The pontiff knelt at the chap el of the manger in the 34 feet by 12 sunk in the marble was the 14 point Silver Star of Bethlehem which tradition says marks the spot where Christ was The Popes voice was loud and resonant as he uttered the words of the Loudspeakers carried it to the the church above and to the throng After the the Pope made his address in the pres nce of the 12 persons with him the His words were arried by loudspeaker to wor hipers in the Church of Cath Tine above and to the crowd This is the historic hour in which the Church must live her profound and visible the ope It is the hour in which we must correspond with the wish Jesus Christ that they may be perfectly so that the ivorld may that t is Thou Who has sent The pontiff reiterated what the late Pope John XXIII had made clear when he called the Vatican Ecumenical Council for Christian unity that the Ro man Catholic Church would not abandon what it considers basic Yet we declare once said Pope that we are ready to consider every reason able possibility by which mu See HISTORICAL Page 7 Township Officials Act On Health Move DAY BMCHTENER Instantly is the interval be tween the time the light turns green and the guy behind honks bis Township trustees and clerks of Tuscarawas at their annual meeting Saturday in the passed a resolution opposing any increased millage for health services without their consent and reelected Walter Lahmers of RD to his third term as pres The resolution was the out growth of the County Board of Healths recent announcement that it will curtail services be cause voters last November turn Blankets Taken At Bernice Gasoline Station Sheriff deputies would like to wrap up the thief who got in cash and 6 valued at in a Friday night breakin at Cappels General Store and Service Station at Bernice in RD The theft was reported to dep uties Saturday afternoon by Floyd Deputies said thief broke a window in a rear storeroom to gain entrance and pryed open a door to the main part of the The cash was taken from a money bag in a desk located behind the Roy Steiner of Columbia told deputies that a window in his trailer was broken sometime over the ed down an additional 210th mill levy for operating It reads Levies on subdivisions shall not be raised without the knowledge and consent of the 88 members of the The an affiliate of the Ohio State Association of Town ship Trustees and com prises 3 trustees and a clerk from each of the 22 townships in the The chairman of each board of along with mayors of the make up the Health Department Advisory The which appoints officials to the health board and makes recommendations to the Budget Commission concerning financial needs of the Health De will consider the res olution at its next It will be called by who also is council He re sides in Salem Townships are assessed inside millage nonvoted for health services by the Budget Commis sion on a proportionate basis after the budget is We wanted to make certain that the poorer townships are not assessed too much of th health one trustee pointed out in discussing the res Other officers reelected Sat for their second terms were Alvin Rush trus vice president Dale W Dover chair man of the executive committee and Bucks Pope Paul VI prays at the tomb of Jesus Christ inside the Holy Sepulcher in An electrical shortcircuit of powerful tele vision eablei caused a fire and the lights of the church Went but the Pope continued on with the Mais by GOP CANDIDATES LAUNCH SALVOS Rockefeller Plans Attack On Arizonian By ROBERT GRAY Associated Press Writer ALBANY AP Nelson Rockefeller says that the Republican party nomi nates him for he will offer voters a clear alternative to Democratic party philoso There are fundamental dif ferences between my views and Democratic he said in reply to a charge by Barry Goldwater of Arizona hat Rockefeller is a metoo Rockefeller and Goldwater are the only declared candidates for the Republican Goldwater announced his can didacy Friday and opened his campaign by saying Rockefel lers views sound more like a Democratic platform than Re See Page 5 Goldwater Begins PresidentialBeat By WAL1 Associa WASHTO Barry Weathervane SATURDAY High 35 Low 28 YESTERDAY High 44 Low 27 Elsewhere In High Low clear 37 14 cloudy 47 36 T snow 39 27 T Los cloudy 71 51 cloudy 72 71 New cloudy 37 rain 44 32 cloudy 51 36 San cloudy 66 48 cloudy 54 30 TODAY 7 33 RAINFALL Last 48 Hours Inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset Low 30 Partly cloudy anc High 43 Forecast Dover Girl Nabs Pickpocket In Miami Mary Ann Weymouth of rear 215 2nd experienced more excitement than she anticipat ed when she accompanied her Ethel Wey to to spend the holidays with the lat ters Me former Doverite and onetime deputy While watching the Orange Bowl parade New Years Eve in the 2 women had their billfolds lifted from their Mary Ann decided to retrace their route from the car to the parade She was surprised when a young Cuban dropped Ethels billfold right in front of She grabbed him and yell ed for When police arrived they searched the Cuban and recov ered 5 other womens billfolds and 2 mens The 2 visitors had to extend their Florida stay to apear in court against the pickpocket on He was fined and sentenced to 60 days in New Years while watch ing the Orange Bowl footbal the 2 women maintaine a tight grip on their Ive been in Florida 6 month and as far as I am concerned Dover and New Philadelphia and the rest of Tuscarawa County can take pride in thi fact that Miami and Florida wil have to go a long way to be clean as they McClaffertj He is residing at 300 Taft in MEARS Press Writer GAP launches his ampaign for the White House vowing that if he there and finds it to our dvantage le will renounce lie limited nuclear test ban The Arizona his ights trained on the Republican residential makes lis first speech as a candidate onight before ng dinner i Tuesday ht a GOP fundrais in Grand turns to the top arget in his quest for the nom ination New Gold water plans to spend three campaigning Wednesday and Thursday votes in the March 10 preslderi tial the nations first of Goldwater got In a dig Sun day night at his only announced rival for the New York Nelson Rockefel Rockefeller is used to giving money away and Im thats the Goldwater said in calling for revision of the charter to force its members to pay their dues or lose their Goldwater also took a crack See Page 5 County Home Has Huge 63 Deficit Tuscarawai County Home op erated at deficit dur ing or over its bud The submitted by County Arthur Ran dall and today by Com missioners a total income of against in budget for last year was counts a to tal of of patient care at a capita cost of stated the def kit must up by money from the general They the amount could higher were it not for surplus commodi ties and estimated worth of products raised at the On there were 107 residents patients in the 66 and 41 On number was re duced to 57 men and 41 latter 12 persons between 21 and 27 51 and 64 and 59 persons Of the in use at the Its Year For the year the single woman a subject to be categoriz and rationalized by psy column ists and seems only fair to examine whys and where fores of especial ly since Year is An series along this line today on the worn ens 195 are under 307 in pasture and and 10 more in lawn and other Commissioner Delmar Baer explained that there was approx mately a loss of in come sustained this past year rom the small amount of stock Breakdown of expend See Page 2 Eldest County Dies Robert Helen Tuscarawas Countys eldest died Sunday morning in her home at 433 Ray New who observed her birthday on was a greatgranddaughter of John founder of New Phila Born in that she was a daughter of Oliver and Anne ODonnell Her ther was a merchant and her who died in was in the hardware business and later worked for Reeves Steel as a The Daily Reporters al Christmas edition of 1960 ried a front fullpage story on It was written by John who died of heart ailment in McCleary recalled for Bradley the days of the Ohio Canal which she ed by horseback with her father See   

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