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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                AH Paptfs Print Like The Discover it THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION 16 largest Circulation In Tnsearawas County DoverNew January 1964 Serving Oveif PHONE 42167 Womans place is in the White House believes Margaret Chase who announces that she will campaign to become the nations first wom an Here she points to a poem at the Womens National Press Club in It reads in part Barry Rocky Dicky But Margaret Chase Smith Wows and SMITH JOINS PRESIDENTIAL ASPIRANTS Maine Race Confusing WASWTNflTnw I ATM WASHINGTON CAP Its comeonecomeall aspects indi cated today that New Hamp shires March 10 presidentia primary may end up ranking first in confusion as well as firs in the Margaret Chase 66yearold veteran o somewhat more limited politica joined the overflowing of GOP presidential nomination aspirants with the announce ment Monday her name will go on the primary What was perhaps more dis turbing to New York Nel eon Rockefeller and Sen Barry Gold was the filing of a delegate candl date for former Vice President Richard John a Man cljester advertising pre dicted a full delegate slate for The man who lost a hair line decision to the late Presi dent John Kennedy has said he would accept a draft for a second nomination but wouldnl campaign for With this in MacDonaW that Nixons name may not AT MILLERSBURG Jaycees Honor Lab Technician Kenneth laboratory technician at Pomerene Memorial Hospital for 15 was named Outstand ing Citizen of the last night and presented the Distro guished Service Award when the Jaycees held thenannual Boss es Night A graduate of East Sparta High and Century College in Chi Polen worked with Harry Duncan in the pap test program at the local Polens Cancer Detec tion in a Rural will be presented at an International Congress in Mexico City 15 by Clifton head of the pro fessional education committee of the American Because of Polens the local cancer unit won 2 awards from the American Cancer So presented hi Columbus sev eral months Polen was introduced by a past recipient of the Speakers for the dinner meeting in Mohrs attended by 100 Jaycees and were Vince Costello and Dick professional foot ball players for the Cleveland Junior Jaycee presi gave the welcome and Robert the invoca Other previous winners of the award who attended were Luther Robert Cline and Clyde Tierod Crash An auto driven by William of RD New Phila delphia went left of center on fISgh in New Philadelphia this mornig and struck tree and utility The man lolj police a broke on the lUtt Closing hint 9 lose con go on the preferential ballot list where those of Smith will be But he added that there may be a writein for The former vice presidents name is well known in New where he polled 000 votes in Presumably Smith and several others will provide alternatives for Republican voters who dont want either Rockefeller or Gold Delegate candidates favorable to Henry Cabot the 1960 GOP vice presidential and William Scranton of Pennsylvania have also Former Minnesota Har old Stassen planned to file Manager Named For Plant Warner Swasey officials at Cleveland announced today the appointment of White as works manager at the firms operation at New Phila White succeeds Clayton who is moving to Cleve land to replace White in the lat ters position as manager of con struction equipment sales In further William Worthington of supervisor of Gradall be comes field sales manager for the construction equipment divi White joined Warner Swasey as a special apprentice in Successively he served as ma chine tool district manager at Buffalo and Gradall sales and the recent He holds a me chanical engineering degree from the University of He and his residents of have one with the Air Force at Wright Patterson Air Base near and one a resident of Los White is a member of Hudson Village Coun They are members of Christ Episcopal who joined Warner Swasey in 1935 as assistant ac counting had been New Philadelphia manager since Irwin White Area Musician Is Dead At 55 Robert of 850 Miller New wellknown area died early today in Union Hospi tal where he had been a patient 2 Born in New a son of the late Allen and Mar garet Evans he was a life resident of that He was an employe of the State Tax De partment and tax examiner since Graduated by New Philadelphia High in he attended law school at Georgetown University in the Univer sity of Florida in and the Dana Music He played and directed many or chestras and was a member of the Dover Concert Band and for rcer choir director in the Pres byterian Church of which he was a He also was a member of the New Philadelphia Elks He is survived by his the former Helen whom See page 2 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 38 Low 13 Elsewhere In High Low cloudy 55 27 clear 29 9 snow 32 18 Los clear 70 50 clear 75 71 New cloudy 46 34 clear 14 clear 43 10 San cloudy 57 49 cloudy 53 35 TODAY 7 13 RAINFALL Last 24 hours Trace TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 26 Low 10 Forecast Fair and ON THE INSIDE Around The World 11 Dear Abby Doctor Crane Doctor Writes Goren On Bridge Horoscope Hospital 11 Obituaries 2 13 Sports 9 10 Womens Pages 6 7 DAY BRIGHTENER The first thing a new secre tary types is her 7 CENTS YearEnd Balance Is Anticipated Red Chinese Deal Blow To France Hopes Early Story On Page 16 TOKYO CAP Red China served notice today it expects France to break relations with Nationalist China as the price of establishing diplomatic the first comment on the simultaneous announce ments on Monday that Red Chi PARIS CAP A French spokesman today said France has no intention or desire to break relations with the nese Nationalist government of President Chiang na and France were establish ing diplomatic Peking said it does nofc recognize a two Chinas Thus Peking seemed to blow up President Charles de Gaulles hope of maintaining relations with both the Commu nist and Nationalist regimes under a twoChinas A Red Chinese Foreign Min istry statement broadcast by Radio Peking said Red in agreeing to enter into lomatic relations with understood that Paris would break with Nationalist This is contrary to what French official sources had They insisted Peking had not asked to end relations with President Chiang Kaisheks re gime on Soviets Offer New Proposal For Disarming GENEVA AP The Soviet Union proposed today that all nations destroy their bomber forces as a step toward disar The proposal was submitted to the 17nation disarmament conference by Soviet Delegate Semyon Western officials immediately expressed interest hi the first put forward by the United States last year to prevent bombers from falling into the hands of small but potentially troublemaking nations as they become obsolete in the Air Forces of the major The proposal was part of a nine point memorandum sug gested by Tsarapkin as a work ing plan for the Asked what planes he had in mind for Tsarapkin told newsmen entire bomber force of all President Johnson at the re sumption of the conference last week proposed a fivepoint pro Tsarapkin said Johnsons pro posal for a treaty to ban the spread of nuclear weapons is unacceptable to Russia unless the United States agrees to scrap the proposed NATO mul tilateral nuclear Ameri can officials have repeatedly stated that the NATO force is not subject to negotiation at this Phila Man Seeks In Beating Albert Rapport of 416 Ray has filed a damage suit against Harold Doolin of RD both of New Philadelphia for injuries received in a beating last The alleged Rapport hospitalized him for 6 He suffered a fractur ed nervous dizziness and mental strain and was un able to work for 4 Rapport further claims that his injuries are probably perma nent anJ HONORED AT Maurice Maxwell second from corpor ate and Samuel Reeves executive vice president both of were among a dozen honored guests last night at a Mansfield Chamber of Commerce salute given to EmpireReeves Steel Hattman left firm accepted a special citation also being admired by Stewart of UniversalCyclops Steel of Mansfield industrialist Alan Tappan traced EmpireReeves investment in his community with the remark that the through its faith in Mansfield and Dover i j TL Virie Unique Other honored guests in u A Reeves Lee and Larry former Doverites now the firm at Editors Note The flu bug has hit Charley Dickens hearing about his On one of Charleys lead ing volunteered to pinchhit for By Ontrary Wince the bus line was observed knock ing sugar off his doughnuts while having breakfast at Aberths in New Why dont you buy the plain doughnuts a fellow breakfasteer I dont like them without Vince When one reads of all the words gushing from the Twin Cities because of water prob lems it makes the problems of war and nation against and disarmament seem small and My Aunt Givemtha has been making frequent trips to the optometrist complaining that the moving pictures at the Bexley Theatre seem Her optometrist prescribed clos er attention to focusing the pro jector by manager Harold Sny We understand the projec tionist had been capnapping and Harold discovered same and cor rected situation before Aunt Givemtha had a chance to scold Thad Bowers wondered aloud the other day why the 2 Republican commissioners al low a Democratic headquarters on the Courthouse grounds It took some thought but we finally realized he was referring to the Santa Claus A red Volkswagen parked hi the Hotel Reeves lot in the mornings has a sign in the win dow which says From the looks of the car a giant al ready the Speaking of small 2 law yers who own them have refused offers of signs from Sug gested for Jim Patricks Sun beam was Dont squash eat harmful and for Jim Stephensons King Midget Dont honk Im pedaling as fast as I Since the preprimary conven tion of Ohio sassy Steve Young probably is re membering all his loyal service in view of the old what have you done for us Steve Abel Brothers Get Jail Terms The Abel Clarence of Sandyville and of Mineral received prison terms today after plead ing guilty to a series of breakins in the Sandyville and Mineral City An John of Mineral was placed on probation for 5 The trio had entered guilty pleas to informations filed by Prosecutor Harlan Spies earlier this Sheriff deputies had staged a raid at the trailer home of the Abel brothers father and seized the George was arrest ed divorced and the fa ther of 3 was sentenced by Common Pleas Judge Ray mond Rice to from 1 to 15 years in the Ohio Penitentiary on one count of breaking and entering during the night Sentence was deferred on 3 other counts to which he had pleaded the sentence places him on probation 5 Aspics blamed Clarence for taking his younger brother into a life of crime with al though Leroy had insisted that his elder brother was not re Life has been a rather sick the prosecutor I think the important thing is that he needs I think I am help ing this man by asking the court to sentence him on one count and order probation for the other Clarence had been placed on a 5year probation on another breaking and entering Prior to that he had been in trouble several times with the Leroy was sentenced from 1 to 15 years in Mansfield Reforma See Page 2 AT NEWCOMERSTOWN Council Selects New Policeman By Sally Duffy Daily Reporter Correspondent NEWCOMERSTOWN In a special meeting of Village Coun cil last James Creach of 774 State was named patrolman to fill the vacancy in the police department created by the resignation of Ar thur Studd last son of and Max Creachbaum of RD was born in and has lived most of his life in this A 1958 graduate of Newcomers town he spent 3 years in the including 3 months as a military He was formerly employed at the Goshen Brick He is married to the former JoAnn Creachbaum will begin his du ties as a patrolman There were 12 applications for the In other an ordinance providing for the leasing of a po lice cruiser was Sealed bids will be accepted in the may ors office from firms wishing to lease a cruiser to the The IAH Class of the Wolf Salem Methodist Church met re cently in the home of their ad See 2 James Creachbaum Street Head Resigns BALTIC A special Village Council meeting was held Mon day night with members of the Baltic Board of Public Affairs also The purpose was to discuss the resignation of Noah street and water superintendent for the Anyone interested in the position should contact Clerk Jack Zin kon before Local appli cants i Council Passes 4 Ordinances By Suspension New Philadelphia City Cotln cil last night spent most of a 90minute Session unanimously passing 4 emergency chief of which was an tion of for the 1964 city I think considering its a good the amount of mon ey we havti to work said Mayor Joe We car anticipate approxi mately in Pritz revea leaving us an ex pected balance with which we will be able to pay off our black at the end of the Despite even rumors to the con among Council mem the riayor declared The city did i with Ve intend to be in the inish in the red in 4 funds being over drawn to the tune of some When asked by John Stratton of Ward about a possible comparison with the 1963 Pritz said he did not think it could be fairly since that budget had been based on ap parenty overestimated revenue and endec in a wages were cut in any de Pritz told I to expectant hopes aribers of the fire and but there Reductions in the 1964 budget were made in items where appro priated monies for 1963 were Pritz who referred among police were no r Stratton and to ture am Charlotte The nuyor said the money was intenied chiefly to cover the cost of a White hac was the only council man to question the appropria referred particularly in expenses for furni fixtures in Auditor Whites alculator because been forced to rent one to do effective work in the past Jso suggested council possible adoption of a thod of bookkeeping for ces since the one in is way outmod appropriation ad over 10 separate eneral Fund ks Street Con and Repair several Pritz study the better m city fina operation The was spr funds G Waterwo struction Sewage Revenue Park pemetery Spe cial Asspsment Bond Retire ment Sewer Service 000 Cenpetery Endowment 550 and Main i propriati miscellaneous ems in the ap for the General Fund were for the lice De artment with salaries totaling and for See PHELA Page 3 No Word Received Locally In Meat Shipment Probe Norm in chief an of he Tuscarawas County Health said today he has received no notification from skite inspectors concerning a shiprrent of meat from Mexi co which was inspected yester day in Inspectors took samples from the Can Ion Ice and Cold Storage Miller said he would prob ably be a pos labeled the It ha ly in IS of me been reported ew York that a quantity t labeled as beef was to be horse meat Retai Mem ver R will import Chamb contacted if there was ibility that improperly meat had come into ers Meet Tonight ers of the Downtown Merchants Council m et tonight at in an nt session in the County r of Commerce   

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