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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Farmer Tripped In Confesses 2 Stark Ohio Curtis 30 year old poultry farmer who was cap tured outside an Akron savings and loan association has admitted two other holdups at branches of the de tectives in Barberton Police said McKeivier was captured as he left the firm in Barberton Thursday carrying in a paper bag and wield ing a longbarreled Officers were alerted by an alarm sounded while the holdup was in Joseph drove up in his cruiser and ran to the front gun in He sent Pa Jobs trolman Stephen to the rear of the where Banic intercepted the holdup Jack Gascoyne said that who is married and has three small admitted staging two holdups this month at the Uniontown Branch of the That office was robbed 3 of and 14 of and on boHi occasions the robber carried a longbarreled revolver j and wore a multicolored ski lives in Summit i once served four years j in Ohio Penitentiary for armed He was booked in Barberton on a suspicion and bond was set at Defense Authorization Bill Largest In History By STANLEY MEISLER WASHINGTON AP The i House has approved the billion defense authorization including million in research funds not asked by Secretary of Defense Robert s Approval of the largest de fense authorization in history came late Thursday on a 3360 roll call The 92 million is intended for research on a manned bomber and a manned interceptor The House Armed Services Corn mil tec had recommended the money on the advice of Curtis Air Force chief of although it had not been included in MrNamaras ro i Since it is an authorization it really includes no money at It the maxi mum limits for kiter appropria tions by And even if Congress later appropriates the million for 1 there is nothing in the law thaf ran force Mr mar A to spend it if he doesnt want Hurinc the DGn rhairman of ho Armed Services told he House that committee had pnf in he extra million on the adviee of I believe what General May and think all of you Samuel S D offered an amendment strike out the Sri2 but Vinon and upporters easily defeated The Reporter Is Your Action Newspaper VOL 28 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew February 1964 HOME EDITION Serving Over PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Labels Guerrilla Aid Dangerous Game LBJ Warns Red Foes Shown discussing blueprints lost nighf for the new Tusearawas Poultry plant at Gnadenhutten were SEATEDDave Higgle Earl Riggle and DavidI Rig all associated with the poultry and STANDINGDonald Unger left Stocker and Carl all members of the Gnadenhutten Cham ber of Commerce industrial promotion POULTRY PLANT ANNOUNCED Dover Firm Sets Move ToGnaden By Larry Froelich Daily Reporter Staff Writer GNADENHUTTEN When it comes to industrial Gna denhutten is not to be At last nights Chamber of Commerce the Indus trial Promotion Committee an nounced that Tuscarawas Poul try of Dover will build a 000 chicken processing plant on Walnut Unger Construction began actual ground breaking last Thursday and Lorence co proprietor of Tuscarawas stated that the plant should be open for operation by June Were pleased with the ter ritory and happy to be down here the response to our proposal was warmly Earl buyer for the The modern building will cover square feet and employ between 30 to 40 men and The Riggle broth Lorence of 237 Carrie and David of 113 Church both of New Philadel along with their Earl of 364 Union New purchased acres from John Gooding of The will provide the funds for constructing and equipping the There is more automation than you can possibly imagine See Page 23 Personal Property Tax Returns Mailed The County Auditors office this week mailed personal property tax These re turns must be filed no later than April if a person was en gaged in business on or owned investments Auditor Donald Kinsey ex plained that these investments consist of corporate municipal notes land contracts and other similar Govern ment bonds and accounts in Ohio banks are exempted from the Kinsey He emphasized even though a person does not receive a tax return from the Auditors he is still bound to file by April All mer i j ON THE INSIDE L Around The World 23 Churches 2223 Dear Afoby Crane 25 31 Goren On 25 Obituaries 2 27 Bports 1516 Womens Pages 1213 Your Horoscope 35 dentists and accountants are required to file the personal property tax re and list all sup equipment and fixtures in their In each person who rents out furnished rooms or apartments must file the wilh fixtures and equipment used in such rental facilities Investments are taxed at 2 mills if they produced no Kinsey and 5 per cent of the income yield if they were The rate of tax on tangible personal property is identical with the tax rate on real estate in the district where the property is Monies paid on personal prop erty taxes to the county trea surers office are used for police and fire services in the Kinsey reminded the taxpayer that a penalty of 5 per cent is assessed on those filing within 60 days after April a penalty of 10 per cent until and 50 per cent after The latter penalty can be reduced for a good Persons who do not receive a tax return in the mail can ob tain tax blanks and information relative to their preparation at the Auditors JA Executive Resigns Post Leonard Huff of 324 Belmont New ex ecutive director of the Dover Philadelphia Junior Achievement program the last has resigned the post effective July Huff cited an increased work load on my job at Warner Swasey and the pressures of 3 nights each week at the JA as his reasons for step ping Under Huffs the JA program has grown consid with more than 100 jun iors and seniors particpating in 5 miniature companies taking part this His resignation was accepted with regrets at Tuesdays board of director meeting in Union Country Kenneth Neff was named to head a committee to find Huffs Joe Hurst will chairman a committee to arrange for the annual Junior Achievers ban quet slated late this spring in New Philadelphia Elks audito Than Obtains Delay To Hear Cyprus Debate UNITED AP facretaryGeneral U Thant today obtained a delay in Security Council de bate on Cyprus until Monday while he continued talks on his plan to ease the Council members agreed to Thants request for the delay and the next meeting was scheduled tentatively for Mon day General agreement on broad objectives was reportedfrom private negotiations on Thants proposals for an international peace an impartial medi ator to seek a political accord between the feuding Greek and Turkish and a Securi ty Council guarantee of Cypriot independence and territorial in A Cyprus government repre sentative said there was general agreement that a mediator should be named and that the international force should be linked to the council through a committee headed by Weathervane YESTERDAY High 34 Low 9 Elsewhere In High Low clear 35 18 cloudy 32 23 Los clear 74 50 clear 66 46 New clear 40 23 cloudy 30 13 clear 36 22 San clear 69 54 clear 44 28 TODAY 7 9 SNOW Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 32 Low 10 Forecast Partly cloudy and By Charley Dickens they would like to erase some more of the red city officials seemed pleased with the way things are going at Dovers Memorial It cost taxpayers in 007 in 1962 and only last year when income jumped to because of roller skating and new rental Hall ex penditures in 1963 totaled 332 but of that comprised capital including new basement windows which can be opened for Speaking of the veterans monument in front of the Courthouse would be more attractive if those sadlooking which are in various stages of were replac No one can say that the new BUG building in New Philadel phia isnt making a small con tribution to the communitys Its battery of outside lights burn until late at night and the whole office is ablaze at 7 each Ontrary wonders if gasoline station operators share The Daily Reporters enthusiasm as indi cated by the More Good News for Our County tag carried with a recent story on a new service station at the Green Ga bles interchange for Interstate 77 WINTER The statue of Mary a Quaker commemorated in wears q fur like mantle and cap of part of the 6 to 12 inches that mgntled all of New Driver Cited In Car Smashup Roy of Can was cited by state patrolmen this morning at for failing to stop within the assured clear distance on Route south of New when his struck the rear of another which had stopped for a car making a left The driven by Willard S New was pushed forward into the car operated by James Rl Sew Route New Philadel All 3 vehicles were heavily A passenger in the Foster James of Beaver sustained a possible fractured back and is reported as satisfactory in Union Foster was treated and dismissed for contu sions of the Both men were taken to the hospital in a KaserfnanNaylor In a minor accident reported Wednesday on Route south of it was incorrectly stated that a car driven by By ron of Fresno had backed into a parked auto own ed by Edward of Bal Baab backed into MERCHANTS BACK Paul D e B o i s owner of Helmkamps Restaurant in is shown wilh a certificate presented Thursday by Martin Schmitzer on behalf of the Community Im provement of Tuscarawas DeBois was the first downtown Dover merchant to sub scribe for membership in the CICs fund drive to finance industrial growth in the John Maurer of Maurer Market in New Philadel phia and Forrest Myers of My Tire Supply in Uhr ichsville were presented certificates for being first in their Joe lanza of Lanza Jewelers will be presented a certificate next week for being the first Miracle Lane Plaza merchant to join the CIC 2 Pounds Jeopardizes Career Of USAF Captain Air Force Harold Sa cane has gone on diets and taken reducing but an excess two pounds today jeopar dize his military A board of three Air Force colonels Thursday recommend ed dismissal of the 11year veteran for being de Midvale Miners Meet Saturday Members of Midvale Mine Lo cal United Mine will meet Saturday at 2 in Midvale Fire Station for a prog ress report on negotiations with Robert Rutledge to reopen the closed since last Announcement is expected next week on the date the mine will resume operations following receipt of incorporation papers from the state for the new own Rutledge and his attorney will meet Monday with Pittsburgh Plate Gass officials to work out final details of the fcctive toward his duty to main tain a prescribed standard of The hearing was said to be the first of its type involving a commissioned New weight regulations issued last August for Air Force offi cers called for a to reduce his 235 pounds down to His latest reported weight is two pounds over the prescribed Sacane testified at the hear ing saying he fasted several sometimes as long as five he added discon one fourday fast took off only one and a half He also charged that Hugh McManus a medi cal did practically nothing for He denied me medication and did not give me See Page 23 Support For Viet Nam Is Reaffirmed By FRANK LOS ANGELES APIPresi dent shaking a finger at Communist said today that outsiders supporting Com munist guerrillas in South Viet Nam are playing a deeply dangerous At the same Johnson argued that communisms trou bles around the globe actually are more acute than those fac ing the United He said problems are eclipsed by the spreading civil war among Communists a reference to the policy gulf between the So viet Union and Communist Chi The President gave his for eign policy views in an address prepared for an outdoor convo cation at the University of Cali fornia at Los held to honor Johnson and visiting Pres ident Adolfo Lopez Mateos of This was the prelude to two days of MexicanAmerican good will talks at the desert resort of Palm 90 miles Lopez in remarks prepared for the campus cere called on educators and scholars to help abolish cold wipe out the origins i of international tension and to increase understanding among peoples and The Mexican leader said some may think it Utopian to completely do away with tht ominous atmosphere that al See REDS Page 23 DAY BRIGHTENER A wife is a woman who is con stantly breaking things like and 32 Sign To Take Dover Civil Service Exams Competetive Civil Service ex aminations for 8 Dover jobs will be given tonight at 7 in the Mu nicipal Building and 32 appli cants have filed to take Secretary Clerk Howard Sharp of the Dover Civil Service Com mission said this The 8 job vacancies are elec tric water heavy equipment operator street male clerk electrical school school custodian maintenance female office j clerk and school DHS Shop Files Looted Of Two metal filing cabinets in the metal work shop of Dover High were rifled last night and about Dover police re vealed The theft was discovered by teacher Elmer Lembright this morning and it was reported to police by the schools principal at Both filing cabinets were jim mied and books and papers strewn about the Police said they found no sign of forced entry anywhere in the Scheduled activities were in progress up until 10 Police conjectured that the thieves or thief hid in the building until after it was Lembright told police the shop was undis turbed at Ruby Defense Accepts Juror 30 Rejected By RELMAN MORIN DALLAS AP Jack Rubys I lawyers used their sixth per emptory challenge to dismiss today another jury the 30th in Rubys murder He was Bill a Bohannan said he had not I seen Die televised shooting o i Lee Harvey the ac cused assassin of President i The assistant defense j Joe insisted that the salesman had fixed opinions and could not come into the jury with an open At one Tonaliill ad dressed Bohannan as Causey Max an electronics was sel ected Thursday as the first i A peremptory challenge is one in which the challenger is i not required to stale his Both sides have The prose cution has used only one j emptory 1 Judge Joe Brown said before court began today that he planned to hold a Satur day Juror Causey is just what weve been looking Belli said after both sides agreed on i him   

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