Dover Daily Reporter, January 18, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter

January 18, 1964

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Issue date: Saturday, January 18, 1964

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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - January 18, 1964, Dover, Ohio What Happened To Coldwater In Ohio? .. Page 5 Oro Miller Lashes 881 Series...........Page    12 'Alaskan' Needs Boots In Philo.........Page    7    Skiing Comes To Area................Page    15 Garaway Upsets Strasburg Cagers Page IO NFO Aims At Price Controls...........Page    29 Panama Ends U.S. Relations, Gets Red Nod By JOE MCGOWAN Jft. Associated Press Writer PANAMA (AP) — U.S. Embassy personnel were housed safely in the Canal Zone today after Panama took the final step in severing diplomatic relations with the United States. Meanwhile, Soviet Premier Khrushchev threw Soviet support behind the Panamanians and denounced U.S. action in the Canal Zone. Most U.S. Embassy staff members and their dependents were evacuated to the Canal Zone Friday night shortly before an anti-American student demonstration and several hours after Panama said it was recalling the remainder of its diplomatic staff from Washington. Panama asked the United 2 Area Youths Cited In Chase Court appearances are slated for 2 area youths after they were found playing high-speed, “Highway leapfrog” on Route 8, north of Dover, at 2:30 this morn-{*g. Frederick Strother, 17, of Somerdale will appear in Juvenile Court, while the other driver, Kenneth R. Carroll, 18, of Zoar will appear in Northern District County Court. State Patrolman C. L. Clark reported he clocked the 2 autos at speeds up to IOO miles per hour while they were passing each other. He chased them for several miles before getting them stopped on Route 212 after they had turned off Route 8. Clark said Strothers attempted to elude him by turning into a side road. Missing the turn, Strother then backed onto Route 212, nearly causing an accident with the cruiser. Clark swerved the car through a snowbank to avoid a collision. ON THE INSIDE t    i Around The World..........28 Hospital News .............. 14 Obituaries .................. 27 Television ............ 17    to    22 Sports .................. 9    to    14 Women’s Pages ........ 8    &    7 States to recall its embassy staff from Panama City, but a U.S. State Department official said the request did not apply to consular officials, Peace Corps volunteers or members of the U.S. Agency for International Development. Because of the exceptions, the United States does not regard the break as final. U.S. officials also indicated that President Johnson’s troubleshooter, Ed- See PANAMA, Page 14 Open Meeting Set Sunday On CIO Progress A progress report meeting on negotiations with a .leading women’s apparel manufacturer to locate a plant in Tuscarawas County will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. in Reeves Hotel by the Community Improvement Corporation of Tuscarawas County. Any group or individual in-* forested in taking out a $100 membership in the CIO or investing in the CIO program is welcome to attend. In a release today, CIC officials announced “substantial progress” has been made in getting the firm to locate a plant here. The session will be held in the main banquet room of the hotel. ^Weathervane YESTERDAY High 34    Low    20 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, cloudy 52 21    .. Chicago, clear ..... 33    31    .. Cleveland, clear ... 30 27    .. Los Angeles, cloudy 63 52    .« Miami, cloudy ..... 76    59    .. New York, cloudy . 32 30    .. Pittsburgh, clear .. 32 20    .. St. Louis, clear ____ 39    20    .. San Fran., cloudy ..55 50 .27 Washington, cloudy . 40 18    .. TODAY 7 a.m................ 28 SNOW Last 24 hours — None TOMORROW Sunrise ............ 7:47 Sunset ............. 5:27 High 42    Low    25 Forecast: Fair and warmer.Tm? VOL. 60. NO. 160.    40    PAGES. A YOUNGSTER CALLS. Five-year-old Mary Lou Graves of Flint, Mich., the 1964 March of Dimes poster girl, shows her white gloves to President Lyndon Johnson during a call at the White House Friday. Mary Lou, born with a spinal defect, is learning to walk with the aid of leg braces and crutches. _(AP    Wirephoto) Mineral City Youth Charged Tuscarawas County Prosecutor Harlas Spies this morning filed an information in the Clerk of Court’s office charging John Allen St. George, 19, of Mineral City, with 2 counts of breaking and entering in connection with thefts at Howei.stine’s Store in Bolivar asd Casey’s Department Store in Mineral City. St, George was jailed earlier this week after reportedly admitting being an accomplice of Clarence Jr., 33, of Sandyville, and Leroy Abel, 19, of Mineral City, who had already pleaded guilty to thefts in the Dover, Sandyville and Mineral City area.Segni Goes Home NEW YORK (AP)—President Antonio Segni of Italy left on a non-stop flight to Rome today, ending a five-day visit to the United States.Police Library Dover police are investigating a breaking and entering at Dover Public Library which netted a burglar at least $80. Reported to police at 5:16 a.m. today by custodian Vernon L. Roney, police said a money box was pried open, a filing cabinet broken into and a cash box, con-DAY BRIGHTENER A woman is an expert driver when she no longer closes her eyes when backing out of the garage.Check Thefts taming the money, taken from it. A desk was rifled but Librarian Almeda L. Oymstead reported nothing was taken from it. “At least $80 was taken along with the cash box,” she said, “but exact figures are impossible because our receipt slips for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday’s overdue fines were in the box.” Entry was gained via a window on the 6th St. side of the building where a curtain was torn down and a lamp knocked over, police added. New Philadelphia police also reported a breakin at the dis- See LIBRARY, Page 14 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, January 18, 1964 7 CENTS ;

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