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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - February 8, 1964, Dover, Ohio The Daily Reporterwwwmm if rnDC ATI CCI British Rock 'n' Rollers * LEO. Get 'Shrieking' Welcome rn Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, February 8, 1964    jf VOL 6a NO. 178.    40 PAGES. 7 CENTS |■b mmmmmmm wmmmm. mm M Council Guns Aimed At Foes Of Strip Laws By Joe Woerdeman Dally Reporter Staff Writer “We want to know who votes for what,” declared Alice Gross-niklaus, of Wilmot, secretary of the Community Council of Reclamation, and she promised to publicize the names of all Ohio legislators who have opposed the passage of effective stripmining laws in the •tate assembly. NEW YORK (AP)-The Beatles, Britain’s rock ’n’ rollers with the haystack hairdos, blew up a teenage storm by arriving here. At Kennedy Airport Friday, about 3,000 delirious, shrieking, hooky-playing youngsters, many of them carrying Beatle banners, strained against police barricades to welcome the singing, guitar-strumming quartet. It was mostly girls, girls, girls. “I love them! I love them!” cried one. rn •They’re so cute!” said an-other. ‘‘Their singing tears me apart and lets out all frustrations,” sighed a Brooklyn girl. Pelted by jelly beans and candy kisses, all loving every bit of it, were Beatles Paul McCartney, 21; George Harrison, 21; Bingo Starr, 23, and John Lennon, 23. Lennon’s pretty blonde wife, Cynthia, accompanied the group but stayed well in the background. The Beatles, their records best sellers for months, were al most an American institution before they got here. Already on sale are Beatle wigs, boots, T-shirts, sweatshirts, toss pillows and scarves. In Britain, 20,000 rag-mop wigs have been sold. The adulation of the Beatle is reminiscent of the grip Frank Sinatra had on teenagers some years ago and, more recently, of Elvis Presley. But when a newsman described them as ‘‘four Elvis See BEATLES, Pare 7 The secretary’s remarks closed the banquest-forum las; night sponsored by the Council in the Schoenbrunn Room of die Dutch Oven Restaurant in New Philadelphia. Before some 175 guests jam-packed into die dining room, Mrs. Grossniklaus, a cheesemaker, charged that Gov. James Rhodes had: (I)—ignored a petition with 250,000 signatures asking him to do something for stripmining Bill 332 sponsored by Sen. Ed Witmer (D) of Canton in last year’s assembly; (ft)—had turned down an invitation to tow the stripmine area when at Wooster last year, and (3)—had said “I am afraid I can do nothing for you,” when asked to do something about changing the laws pertaining to stripmining and the reclamation of strip-mined land._ Civil Service Data Is Given To Patrolmen Although a formal hearing on a police test examination protest previously had been postponed until Friday night, a brief discussion of the case occurred last night when the Dover Civil Service Board held its regular meeting in City Council chambers. Among those present were City Solicitor Mario Corsi and 2 of the protesting patrolmen. Chester E. Truman and Larry R. Schneiter. The other 2 are Dean Wassem and Jack Griffin. Truman and Schneiter requested a copy of Civil Service regulations and it was provided by the board. They also requested Barnes of board members and ^ See DATA, Page 14    _    , The large group attending last night’s discussion on ‘‘Ohio and Pennsylvania Reclamation Control” was a mixed assembly made up of members of the Reclamation Council, Ohio leg-See STRIP LAWS, Pate » “DEADLOCKED”. The wife of Byron de la Beckwith, segregationist accused of killing Negro leader Medgar Evers, smiles after a jury in Jackson, Miss., became ‘‘hopelessly deadlocked.” Judge Leon Hendrick said he would set a date for a new trial on March 23. (See story on Page 2). Striking Philo Employes Vote Today On Settlement U. S. Requests Allies To Help Choke' Cuba By John M. Hightower WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States is appealing to Allied governments to join in tightening an economic noose around Cuba following President Johnson’s decision to separate the Guantanamo naval base completely from the Cuban economy and water supply. Johnson in effect told Cuba to keep its water. The presidential decision was "    —    * Loop Tourney Opener Pairs Port, Tusky Members of the Local 6461, United Steelworkers of America, were to meet at I p.m. today to consider a proposed contract to end a day-old strike at IF Mfg. Co. plant in New Philadelphia. The strike began yesterday morning following months of contract negotiations to work out the first union pact for IF Mfg., a division of Ridge Tool Co. of Elyria. Some 160 production employes, who voted USW representation last September in a runoff election with the International Association of Machinists, walked off the job and set up pickets shortly after reporting for work. Terms of the tentative agreement, worked out by union and management negotiators, were not announced. The proposal was finally drafted in an all-day ses sion which concluded at 4 a.m. today. At 1:10 p.m. yesterday, New Philadelphia police were summoned when Plant Manager Charles Smith complained that pickets    would    not    let    a    truck driver into the plant. According to police, the driver did not want to cross the picket line and later parked his truck on Bowers Ave. Police returned at 4:29 p.m. See EMPLOYES, Page 14 f    < . '    s    " •    O ♦    '    , I ON THE INSIDE fe? -    41 Around The World ..........IO Goren On Bridge ............24 Hospital News ..............14 Obituaries ..................27 Sports .................29    to    24 Television .............17    to    21 Women’s Pages ............6-6 announced by the State Department Friday night after a daylong series of conferences on how the United States should react to Prime Minister Fidel Castro’s action Thursday in cutting the fresh water supply to the naval base. At the same time a White House statement warned of the dangers of ‘‘further provoca-Castro” and declared prospects ‘‘should be weighed by all na tions by that the carefully tions.” This was taken to include a prod to the Kremlin to consider where Soviet support of the Cuban regime may be leading. “The reckless and irresponsible conduct of the Cuban government remains a constant threat to the peace of this hemisphere,” the White House said. Shortly before the White House announcement that Guantanamo would be made self-sufficient in water supplies, Secretary of State Dean Rusk pictured Castro as probably undertaking a concerted campaign to force the United States to abandon the big naval base on Cuba’s eastern end. ‘‘The basic fact is,” Rusk told a news conference, ‘‘that we See ALLIED, Page 6 By Dan Kopp Daily Reporter Sports Editor Tuscarawas and Port Washington will kick off the 42nd annual Tuscarawas County Class A League basketball tournament next Thursday night at 6:30 in the New Philadelphia gymnasium. (Results of last night’s closing league action can be found ob Page 30. UNIONISTS, RUTLEDGE TO DISCUSS PACT More Midvale Mine Talks Set Officials of Midvale Mine Union Local 1496 said following a regular meeting this morning that another negotiation session has been planned with Robert Rutledge Jr. for reopening the Midvale Mine under a union contract. Seniority rights still remain as the only stumbling block in the negotiations. Union Local President William Davis said, however, that the meeting will not be held until Andy Milarcik, mine superintendent, is contacted. It is expected that a special meeting of the local will be called following that talk. In a prepared press release this morning, the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., owners of the mine, confirmed reports that it had reached a sale agreement with Rutledge, subject, “to his reaching a satisfactory agree ment with Workers.” local United Mine Drawings were made this morning in the office of County School Supt. W. E. Laws, who is tournament manager. The tourney continues next Friday and then concludes with action on Friday, Feb. 21, and Saturday, Feb. 22. Hie Tuscarawas-Port Washington game will open a 3-game card. League cochampion Strasburg battles Gnadenhutten at 7:45, and Garaway meets Baltic in the final game at approximately 9 p.m. Midvale, which shared league honors, meets Stone Creek next Friday night at 7:30, with Tuscarawas Valley hooking up with See TOURNEY, Pare 14 J. E. Burrell, vice af operations af ed: “Hie sale was substantially below ny’s investment in president PPG, statal a price the compage Midvale Mile and should permit the new owners to operate at a reasonable income if good cooperation See MIDVALE, Pace 14 DAY BRIGHTENER Before marriage, he talks and she talks and he listens. Later, they both talk and the neighbors listen. ;

  • Andy Milarcik
  • Bingo Starr
  • Byron De La Beckwith
  • Charles Smith
  • Chester E. Truman
  • Ed Witmer
  • Fidel Castro
  • Frank Sinatra
  • George Harrison
  • J. E. Burrell
  • Jack Griffin
  • James Rhodes
  • John Lennon
  • John M. Hightower
  • Larry R. Schneiter
  • Leon Hendrick
  • Mario Corsi
  • Medgar Evers
  • Paul Mccartney
  • Robert Rutledge Jr.
  • W. E. Laws
  • William Davis

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: February 8, 1964

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