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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1964, Dover, Ohio What Happened To Goldwater In Page 5 Ora Miller Lashes 881 12 Alaskan Needs Boots In Page 7 Skiing Comes To 15 Caraway Upsets Shasbtirg 10 NFO Aims At Price 29 40 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew January 1964 7 CENTS Panama Ends Relations Gets Red Nod A YOUNGSTER Fiveyearold Mary Lou Graves of the 1964 March of Dimes poster shows her white gloves to President Lyndon Johnson during a call at the White House Mary born with a spinal is learning to walk with the aid of leg braces and AP Wirephoto Mineral City Youth Charged Tuscarawas County Prosecutor Harlas Spies this morning filed an information in the Clerk of Courts office charging John Al len of Mineral with 2 counts of breaking and entering in connection with thefts at Howeistines Store in Bolivar asd Caseys Department Store in Mineral George was jailed earlier this week after reportedly admit ting being an accomplice of Clar ence of and Leroy of Mineral who had already pleaded guilty to thefts in the Sandy ville and Mineral City Police Check Library Thefts Dover police are investigat ing a breaking and entering at Dover Public Library which net ted a burglar at least Reported to police at today by custodian Vernon police said a money box was pried a filing cabinet broken into and a cash con Segni Goes Home NEW YORK Antonio Segni of Italy left on a nonstop flight to Rome ending a fivenday visit to the United DAY BRIGHTENER 3 A woman is an expert driver when she no longer closes her eyes when backing out of the taining the taken from A desk was rifled but Librarian Almeda Oymstead reported nothing was taken from At least was taken along with the cash she but exact figures are impossible because our receipt slips for Thursday and Fridays overdue fines were in the Entry was gained via a win dow on the 6th side of the building where a curtain was torn down and a lamp knocked police New Philadelphia police also reported a breakin at the dis See Page 14 By JOE MCGOWAN Associated Press Writer PANAMA AP Em bassy personnel were housed safely in the Canal Zone today after Panama took the final step in severing diplomatic re lations with the United Soviet Premier Khrushchev threw Soviet sup port behind the Panamanians and denounced action in the Canal Most Embassy staff members and their dependents were evacuated to the Canal Zone Friday night shortly be fore an antiAmerican student demonstration and several hours after Panama said it was recalling the remainder of its diplomatic staff from Washing Panama asked the United I Area Youths Cited In Chase Court appearances are slated for 2 area youths after they were found playing Highway leapfrog on Route north of at this morn Frederick of Som erdale will appear in Juvenile while the other Kenneth of Zoar appear in Northern District County State Patrolman Clark reported he clocked the 2 autos at speeds up to 100 miles per hour while they were passing each He chased them for several miles before getting them stop ped on Route 212 after they had turned off Route Clark said Strothers attempted to elude him by turning into a side Missing the Strother then backed onto Route nearly causing an accident the Clark swerved the car through a snowbank to avoid a ON THE INSIDE Around The World 28 Hospital News 14 Obituaries 27 Television 17 to 22 Sports 9 to 14 Womens Pages 6 7 States to recall its staff from Panama but a State Department official embassy said the request did to consular not apply Peace members Corps volunteers or of the Agency for Interna tional Because of the the United States does tfot regard the break as also indicated that Johnsons troublesho Ed See Piffe 14 officials President Open Meeting Set Sunday On CIC Prog A progress report negotiations with womens apparel man locate a plant in County will be held 3 in Reeves H ress neeting on acturer to uscarawas Sunday at el by the Community Improve nent Cor poration of Tuscarawas Any group or individual in terested in taking Hit a membership in the CIC or invest ing in the CIC program is wel come to In a release today ficlals announced progress has been ting the firm to locate The session in the main banquet the CIC of substantial in get a plant be held room of made High 34 Elsewhere In cloudy irvane Low 20 igh Low Pr 52 21 clear 33 31 clear 30 27 Los cloudy 63 52 cloudy 76 59 New cloudy 32 30 clear 32 20 St clear 39 20 San cloudy 55 50 cloudy 40 18 TODA1 7 28 SNOW Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset 42 Forecast Fair and Low 25
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