Wednesday, February 5, 1964

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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1964, Dover, Ohio The Reporter Prints More Want Ads than Any Other County Paper THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION 26 largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew February Serving Over Familiet PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Johnson Seeking Protection For Consumers Miners Firm On Seniority Hidden Packaging Is Hit By FRANK CORMIER WASHINGTON AP Pres ident Johnson asked Congress today for new laws to protect consumers against phony pack aging and disguised interest And he suggested pos sible use of federal experts to help lowincome families pre pare household in a special mes sage on consumer en dorsed nine specific pieces of legislation including pending bills to ban deceptive packag ing and to require full disclo sure of interest rates on install ment For far Johnson the consumer has had too little voice and too little weight in The President said that while labor farmers and profes sional groups have been wel the consumer has had to take a back The most novel idea in the message the use of trainee government workers to help Survey Considers Makeup For Junior High By James Davis Daily Reporter City Editor Second in a Scries Todays teenagers have taken their cue from their parents when it comes to most of which js pointed toward appear ance and Take for the duck tail or beetle hair styles for boys or the fluffy bouffants for Boys have their 10inch pegged pants while girls can counter with the em piretype wraparound skirts or skirts 2 inches above the In conversations with PTA of ficials and Junior High Princi pal Edward Hamsher it is quite apparent that odd ball dress on the part of the early teen is in a It is a threatening and school administra tors locally seem to do well in curbing the It appears that students look down most instances of really offbeat IP In Dover Junior High there is an unwritten policy of what is acceptable and what is Dress arid general appearance have a direct effect on behavior In the case of the ducktiti hair there seems to be an automatic association with It is difficult to reconcile a 14yearold but white a few dabs of eye make up and a boys imagination make for imaginable many of which result in bitter Status is the keyword to teenage Many foolish mothers push their immature daughters through the gan gling stage either in fear of having a wallflower on her hands or a prideful display of her young This combined with the natural desire for being ac has been pinpointed by school and public officials throughout the nation as one of the primary reasons for an alarming increase in student particularly at the senior high One parent had this observa tion in the PTA Family Life Com mittees survey Every individ ual has his or her own idea re garding We definitely be lieve girls should be in full dress and not dressed like a Boys should be dressed Consideration must be given to poor families in the See Page 13 Fisher Slates Own Probe In DinplfoRaid As of no charges have been filed in Tuscarawas County Juvenile Court against 3 Dover High who allegedly were served beer at Dinolfos Restau rant in Dover last Juvenile Officer Harry Fisher said this morning he personally would not consider filing the de linquency charges until an in vestigation is According to the Ohio Revised the youths must be taken before a juvenile judge and charged as George head of the Ohio Department of Liquor Con trol Investigation Bureau at Can said yesterday that his who made the do not file the charges in such cases but turn their report over to the ju venile who said he will launch an investigation this has conferred with Prosecutor Har lan Spies about the delinquency Cramer also noted the all will be subpoenaed before the Ohio LiquAr Commis sion at a later date to testify as state witnesses against the permit holder in the pre sumably the estate of the late Mary Phila Youth Gets Aid DENNISON William of 127 17th New Philadelphia received emergency treatment in Twin City Hospital yesterday for a lacerated finger received while working at Vic Ichreineri Dems Fill Primary GOP Has 4 Open Spots With 4 hours left in which to file for the May coun ty Republicans apparently will have no candidates for the of fices of clerk of and Democrats will have at least one candidate for each of the 10 offices to be listed on the May A rundown of who have filed for the various coun ty offices at noon shows the following State Demp ster D of Uhrichsville Ken neth Berry R of in State Hinig D of New Daniel Lehigh D of and Delmar Baer R of Tuscara 16th District Congressman Danny Johnson D of New Frank Bow Robert Free man D of Ralph Regula R of Spies D of Clerk of LaPorte D of in and Anthony Magnac ca ID of ON THE INSIDE Around The World Dear Ablby Doctor Doctor Goren On Bridge Horoscope sipital News Obituaries 2 Sports Womens Pages 1213 Martinel li D of New in Ted Un derwood of incum Loren Vasbinder of Harold Samuel Baio and Richard all of New and Glenn Carlisle R of Goshen Town Commissioner Democrats Jacob Dummermuth of Do John Reese ol New James Kelley and Everett Burdette of ana Bert Gard ner of Perry Township Repub licans Willard Leggett of New Philadelphia and Russell Des secker of Warwick Young D and Roth both of Young D in Samuel Bond R of New Philip Doughten of New in Leonard Simonetti of Roswell D previously announced as a candidate for had not filed his petition as of Among Democrats filing for the post of central committee men over the county are 124 Republican candi dates for similar posts on their central committee numbered 83 at press DAY BRIGHTENER Ever notice how dogs win friends and influence people without reading books lowincome families learn more about budgeting and how to get the most for their money was not put forward in the form of Johnson said he was asking all federal agencies in terested in consumer education to explore fully the possibility of adapting the Agricultural Extension Service so successful in rural to cities and The President also said the government wouldtry to pro mote consumer education in the schools and encourage more young people to seek instruc tion in the fundamentals of budg buying and He said his committee on consumer interests soon will be gin a series of regional confer ences to explore the problems of adequate consumer informa Other legislative recommen dations were A requirement that cosmetics be proved safe before market ing and that federal inspection of drugs and cosmetics be Require inspection of aFI meat and poultry sold in the coun whether or not it crossed state Johnson noted that present federal law requires in spection only of these items when they cross state Grant subpoena authority in administrative hearings under the Drug and Cosmetic Require warnings uf accident Hazards on labels for and pressurized con See Pffae 2 Resignation Of TB Head Is Accepted The Tuscarawas County TB Health board last night ac cepted the resignation of Leslie Besst of presi dent of the organization the last 14 In a letter to the Besst expressed the opinion that out side controls were hampering the TB Health program and that he could no longer serve under such Kermit of Bolivar board vice will serve until the April 20 annual meet ing election of The board voiced appreciation for Bessts long In other it was voted to pay this year for opera tion of the countys TB Clinic un der an existing agreement with County Commissioners and the Health A committee was named to make a complete study and re vise the associations It was reported that 2 which may be are limitation of the presidents term and monthly instead of quarterly Innocent David of 124 Hemlock was inadvertently put be hind the proverbial 8ball by some of his who already have apologized to the lad and his David reported a fire last Sat urday at the Adrian Maurer running to a neigh bors home to phone when sever al girls talking on his line would nt relinquish In a followup story yesterday Maurer quoted the mayor as saying he had learned David fre quently told when he want ed to use the and the line was tied that he had an emergency call to v It now develops David was the victim of halfstatements and conclusions which turned out to be and the misunder standing led to Maurers state Mayor Luthy conferred with the Balls last night follow ing his return from a Columbus meeting nd cleared the Union Leader NATIONAL GUARD MOBILIZED LORIN GADD Gadd Given Welfare Post Lorin Gadd of Newcomers who has been acting Coun ty Welfare Director since was appointed perma nent director today at a special meeting of County Commission His salary was set at Gadd was one of 3 men who successfully passed a qualifying examination for the position at the Department of State Per sonnel in Columbus on Gilbert Smith of RD Tip received the highest score with in the followed by Dale Swinderman of Dover with Gadds score was but the other 2 were credited with an additional 20 per cent of base scores because they are service who could ap point any one of the 3 said they selected Gadd for sev eral a previous commitment had been made to him when he accepted the provisional appoint ment Wayne App At that time there was an un derstanding he would receive the See Page 2 By CHARLEY DICKENS jDobert Rutledge has received some assurances from lo cal businessmen that they will do some business with him if he reopens Midvale Others in the area interested in keeping what industry we as well as developing might take this to heart especially Dover city officials who used to buy a chunk of Midvale coal for the Municipal Light Wonder if Uhrichsville Mer chants have parted with the they offered as a reward for the capture of the mask ed Some say a sheriff deputy provided the right in Noticed anything different lately about cancellation stamps on your mail The time has been omitted step which postal authorities say will save hours in changing the necessary Js it really a for interoifico delays I see where Parmas City Council passed an ordinance pro hibiting the sale of tobacco to I expect every city to fol low having dis charged their sense of responsi bility most the coun cilmen will go on smoking and sending their kids for their Rocco the Uhrichsville vending machine says in reference to his cigaret ma chines Business is The first week aitejv the federal report it fell off a little but ma chine sales are normal wvw m Hopeful For Snow Paralyzes Midvale Pact Southwest Area Midvale Mine Union Local 1496 of the United Mine Workers of j America reportedly voted unani mously this morning to support the unions district office stand in regards to seniority in nego tiations with Robert Rutledge of New Philadelphia for reopening of the Tommy Williams of district union the possibility still is good that an agreement will be One of Rutledges 4 conditions proposed to union members was that seniority will start on day of stating that this was one of the necessary conditions needed to operate the mine prof Pittsburgh Plate Glass closed the mine last claiming they were losing money in the Some 150 men were thrown out of According to the dis agreement involves the order in which the men will be called back to The union insists that men with seniority rights it the shut down be called back he stated this Members are of the opinion that in order to protect the rights of all workers they should be called back according to He added that union represent including William 1496 local will attempt to meet with Rutledge in the near future to negotiate an Williams also said that the union has made numerous con cessions in approving Rutledges 3 other conditions and has been bending over We are eager to see the mine he Ninetyone men attended the session in Midvale Fire By THE ASSOCfATED PRESS Scores of towns and cities were isolated and traffic was paralyzed as a near blizzard swept ponderously through por tions of five southwestern states Snowfalls of 625 inches were whipped into drifts of up to 10 feet in eastern New southeastern south western Kansas and the Texas and Oklahoma Thousands of cars and trucks and some buses dotted the sides ol the highways and abandoned by occupants now snowbound in motels and hotels waiting out the offices and stores re mained closed in many cities cy Texas and except for emergen John Connally put AmariJlo on an emergency basis and mobilized the Nation al Guard for The snow fall ranged between 1015 inches in the The heaviest snow was 25 in ches in The weather was blamed for four deaths in New Mexico and three in southeastern Helicopters waiting for clear to join a search for two cowboys missing in the Texas Panhandle since had 10 inches of snow and 12 Boise reported See Page 2 stood fay today the weather to Weathervane YESTERDAY High 42 Low 31 Elsewhere In High Low clear 30 11 Los clear 70 51 cloudy 72 70 clear 52 27 San clear 64 48 cloudy 53 30 TODAY 7 31 RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 46 Low 34 Forecast occasional Witness Rocks Hoffa AP Teamsters officialturned informer testified today that James Hoffa told him of plans to try to get to a few scattered jurors in the Team sters presidents conspiracy Edward Grady Baton Teamsters testified over heated de fense objections at the jury tampering trial of Hoffa and five other His was the first testimony linking Hoffa with any alleged juryfixing ef forts so far in the now in its third He called me to his said business manager of Baton Rouge Local He told me hed like for me to stick around a few He might want me to talk to a few He said they were going to get to one juror and try to get to a few scattered jurors and take a Hoffa and the others are ac cused of trying to influence jurors in the 1962 Nashville The government won a major victory when Judge Frank Wilson this morning per mitted Partin to Probe Holmes Thefts MJLLERSBURG Police here are continuing investigation of 4 thefts which were reported Fri including from Hoff mans Drug Store and from the Neikirk Two women employes of the Holmes County Library also reported billfolds stolen from their They were later found between here and with the money re To The Dogs t Dogs in Tuscarawas County number according to li censes sold as of this the Auditors office said Licenses for dog kennels lo cated in the county totaled the report Seventyone owners had to pay penalties of in claiming tags after the 30 dead Licenses will continue to be sold throughout the No penalties will be attached un less the owner of the dog or kennel was required to register prior to Vocational Airing Set A questionandanswer session on the proposed countywide vo cational high school will be held tonight at 8 in New Philadel phias Welty auditorium for school administrators and boards of Permit Granted The Ohio Department of Liq uor Control today announced it has issued a D3A permit to Carl Zeno of Club New Phil on an application filed last Dover Dems To Meet The Dover Democratic Club will hold an open house and re ception for candidates and party workers Saturday at 8 in the basement of Memorial Club Chairman Tom Devney an nounced this All Dem ocrats are Okay CC Move STRASBURG The local Bow To Speak At County GOP Lincoln Day Banquet Dwight Ann He lias also been active in for Chamber of Commerce voted at a meeting here Monday night to affiliate with the Tuscarawas County Leo Gundy spoke on county improvement and Virgil Bower showed slides of plant Reports Prowler Emma Wassem of 133 8th reported to police at midnight that someone was prowling about her Police found no one when they Trucker Improves Charles of Bakersville remains in satis factory condition at Union Hos pital today following an accident last Wednesday when he was pin ned under a Hospital of ficials said who pre viously had been listed as crit had a good who has represented the district in Congress since has served on several im portant a House in cluding the House Appropriations Civil Rights Com and Interior and Insular Affairs 2 Stolen Car Nailed By Dover Police chairwoman of the Republican eign trade policy is 1Vo West Womens Organization of Tusca fovt I were arrested at rawas announced today that Frank congressman for the 16th Con gressional will be the main speaker for a Lincoln Day banquet 22 at in New Philadelphia Elks Auditori the author of a text on labori management and spon da ancl a car slolfn U1 tllat sored a comprehensive study of I stae wnfiscated by Dover r T nnhffi I a conditions of American Indians which has formed the basis for subsequent State Kenneth Berry of representing the 19th and 28th also will attend the Tickets for the event are avail able from Goodman 7 Robert Mitchell 2 and in the Twin City area from David Shelley 922 5454 or Jay Roth 922 Merchant Policeman Joe Ben delta reported to police that a car with West Virginia license plates was parked at the rear of 131 3rd and gave policy the Investigation termined that the auto was on a stolencar James of Lize and Willard were taken into tody and turned over to Juve nile Office Harry