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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Subject Of Party Girls Rears Ugly jr J fie tnS nitloc frtiYimtff AA A MO J WASHINGTON subject of sex and party girls has finally been brought into the Bobby Baker hearings and Re publicans have warned it is an angle that shouldnt be hushed The party girl question was flung into the public record Tuesday for the first time the Senate Rules Committee questioned resigned sec retary to the Senates Demo cratic about his busi ness Carl asked Baker whether he had supplied entertainment includ ing party girls for various Baker refused to The committee also released a transcript of a 10 closed door session in which Curtis and Hugh R argued the committees author ity to explore such Curtis contended that girls were solicited on government telephone lines entertained pros pective customers and thus were part of the business promotion Scott said he also believed the use of call girls for busi ness promotions was well within the scope of the fiaker investiga A reporters efforts to reach Scott for comment proved fruit Curtis suggested it was too soon to give all details and there was no commsnt from the committees Everett The 10 transcript quoted this blunt statement by Curtis We the Republican minor ity think that every impropri ety should be gone and we think tlu cloud i men and Are y soual 01 would he of tliis c Cla another VOL 26 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew February 1964 PHONE 42167 Scholarly Romance Ends With Suicide AP He was a quiet scholar and the early terms he spent at Rice University gave portent of a bright future in mathema She was a She avoided social groups and or ganizations of almost every She belonged only to the National Honor Society for top But a campus ro mance then went awry when the young man had psychiatric It ended Saturday in a aweek hotel They were found each shot In the Police termed it murder and The pistol was found in his Miss Kaylah 20 of Clay Indicates Ring Retirement Early Story On Page 15 MIAMI A subdued Cassius the new heavyweight boxing cham told a press conference to day that he seriously is think ing about retirement from the No I am not the 22 year old Louisville sensation I dont like to I dont like to get I dont like to hurt I only fight to make a living and when I have enough money I wont fight talking in a low monotone that contrasted great ly to his earlier shouting Wires Reveal Fans Disgust In Title Fight MIAMI The Miami Beach Boxing Com mission was swamped today with wires from all over the country protesting the Cassius ClaySonny Listen heavyweight title which was among other a dis grace and an insult to box Bill secretary of the made this dis Wires had been re ceived from all parts of the na A commission meeting was scheduled later hi the AP The state attorney said today he has asked for medical records on the examination of Sonny Listen after Listen lost his heavyweight title to Cassius Clay Tuesday State Richard Gerstein said I have requested the Mi ami Beach Boxing Commission to make all the records avail able to He declined to Listen claimed his left slioul der was injured in the first contradicted himself im by saying his immediate future was fight He declared he would again fight Sonny whom he stopped Tuesday night in the seventh round technical knock or any other fighter the public wanted him to The new champion was asked if he planned to retire after one more big which now would be expected to gross perhaps It was at this point that Clay dropped his retirement bomb saying in a low I am thinking about retiring right few of the newsmen took the statement seriously since the young descendant of a Kentucky slave has proved him ielf one of the greatest actors See Page 13 nearby a beauty queen and a presidents honor roll student at John son of John Calhoun vice chan cellor for development at Tex as on leave of absence to serve as science ad visor to the secretary of the in terior in Young Calhoun left a brilliant school record at College but withdrew from Rice or a Rice officials o get psychiatric Ie withdrew a second time last and was employed as a postal clerk when he Police said Calhoun had shot Wiss Holcomb twice in the Dack of the then had shot limself under the right A 18caliber revolver was found his right containing tour discharged shells and one ive The bodies were discovered after police got a call from the Tennison YESTERDAY High 43 Low 30 The Weather Elsewhere High Low clear 52 24 clear snow Los clear clear New cloudy cloudy clear San clear clear lily A i 7 SNOW Last 24 TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 25 Uw I2 forecast Partly cloudy 43 40 62 78 34 40 57 60 21 27 45 55 31 32 21 53 Traffic Jam At School Is Hazardous Early morning traffic conges tion at 6th and Walnut has seen officially declared a traffic Dover Police Chief Gar rison Groh said The jamup is caused by parents dropping their children off at the Groh urged parents to drive farther south on Walnut an to let their children off at the high school entrance to ease the Another alternative he suggested was to discharge their passengers at the 6th St entrance of the A special hazard is created a noon and in the afternoon during inclement Groh added and he urged parents to use the alternatives at those Business Mood Brightens After 100 Days LBJ Id War installed new Shown are and Joe if chap Ige advocate Nor Lehman of senior A cover By DARDEN CHAMBLISS NEW YORK Presi dent Johnson ends his first 100 days on the many business men say the business mood has The consensus of business leaders interviewed on a cross country tour appeared to be that whatever the precise reason and however long it will the business climate has turned This isnt a matter of partisan Its a question of whether businessmen feel John son is running the country in a way that generates confidence and encourages business to ex build new plants and make new Ben president of Southern Bell Telephone Tele graph in says his firms capital spending plans for 1964 had been million but have now been boosted to In Cris pres ident of Ideal Cement We are laying out capital plans today that Im quite sure we would not be considering if things hadnt Sheriff Young Will Inspect All Junkyards Sheriff Young has in lierited a new job inspecting According to the Ohio Revised the sheriff of each coun ty shall inspect every junkyard that is located within his juris diction and for which a license has been issued by the County according to Section is to submit a written report of each examination to the The which became ef fective requires the own er of each junkyard to purchase a permit for the The license is renewable yearly for The law requires within one any person operating or maintaining a junkyard with in feet of a state or coun ty road or within 300 feet of a township road shall have a fence erected if such junkyard is not obscured by natural Bits of wreckage top stand as evidence of a DC8 jetliner the bottom of Lake Pontchartrain Tuesday after taking off froijj killing all 58 Among the victims were from es Barbara Mary Thomas and Tobe BITS OF BODIES RECOVERED Explosion Was Marine Optimistic In Viet Warfare The change could prove to be some bus inessmen It could involve a presumption that Johnson is more conservative than he will probably prove to said Neil president of the Den ver National Edwin president of the Chamber of said recently that he is with drawing support of Johnson be cause he feels Johnson juggled his budget to present a false face of But whatever businessmen fi nally conclude when theyve had more time to study most of the leaders interviewed said that the signs so far have been President Elmer Engstrom of Radio of a member of the Business Coun cil that advises sought to describe whats hap In go signs and stop i look for he said in his We watch for signs whether the adminis tration is friendly or unfriendly to These are not things that can be supported by physical But we get the feeling that President Johnson is and this assessment is being Engstrom continued in measured Johnson has shown him self to be With the tax cut there has been He seems to get things you In addition to the tax Engstrom cites favorably John sons talk of economizing in government and reducing federal By ROBERT NEW ORLEANS1 and divers looking for the wreck age of the huge Eastern Air Lines jet that crashed into Lake Pontchartrain gathered at day light on a point where one boat hooked onto something The fourengine DCS crashed hit the lake some 20 miles north of New Orleans nine minutes after takeoff from New Orleans International Airport at All 58 aboard The with a capacity of 126 was the second lap of a flight from Mexico City to New to to York it passengers arid a By which forced sus pension of the only bits of the wreckage had been re along with what was described as bits of A Coast Guard boat snagged something big near the north shore of the which is about miles ther inv The G ject mi the fuse Chanci wl most of mote the aul WASHINGTON na tions top Marine said today the communists in South Viet Nam have stepped up the size and in tensity of tJieir attacks because they think the war is develop ing in their But Wallace the new Marine told The Associated Press he is optimistic about the eventual outcome of the antiCommunist war being waged with heavy I am optimistic as long as andy outfit wants to Greene said in an exclusive in Greene discussed the war in South Viet Nam in the first question and answer inter view he has granted since be coming commandant of the WOman Marine Corps last He looked over the situation on the spot just before the last The commandant said he was I unable to answer questions growing out of a spate ot re ports that the government is considering moves to carry the antiCommunist war behind North Vietnamese Bolton Attacks Foreign Policy Ohio AP Oliver in a biting at tack on President de clared Monday night that Com munist aggression will never stop until we forge a foreign policy to meet this godless Speaking at a Lincoln Day dinner sponsored by the Lucas County Republican Bolton said the American people are fed up with being pushed Murder Trial Slated For April The trial of two Boyd County men accused of slaying a newly wed couple in a lovers lane two years ago has been post poned to April Judge Chesley Lycan ordered the delay Monday when Rose de scribed as a substantial wit ness for defendants Arthur Rice and Philip could not be Rice and Caskey are charged with murdering Donald Ray and his Brenda Lou Fraley How Dayco Profits Rise Ohio profits for the quarter ended 31 were up 16 per cent from the corresponding per iod a year earlier and amounted to the company re ported Ohioan Elevated NEW YORK Tis sue meeting during the 87th annual Paper has elected vice president of marketing and a director of Sorg Paper Ohio as elected suc ceeds Charles presi dent of Shawano Paper Courf Returns Infant To Youngl Blood Is Needed Thirty pints of any type blood are being solicited for John Limbacher of who will undergo heart For further details call Harold Lim Strasburg ON THE INSIDE Around The World Dear Alblby 25 Alvarez 25 Dr Crane 23 Goren On Bridge 25 Boyles Column 9 Hospital News 13 Obituaries 2 Sports 1516 Television 23 Womens Pages 1213 Your Horoscope 23 A sobbing young mother rush ed to take her 13monthold daughter into her arms today af ter Common Pleas Judge Lamneck awarded her temporary custody of the Wilfred Breyer of Oak Strasburg had been deprived of her child since last Friday night when her husband had en tered her parents during her absence and taken the child to the home of his own and Leo Latino ot RD Beach The young couple had separat ed only the week and Breyer was at work at Ap ple Creek State Hospital when 39 28 30 and i hus spite a grandpa On the mitted becaus her cari too muc that hoi the bab room tli when th h in his his pan Breye of pre College he was Salurda for ly did know He terday ed on The was boi After home Se School Buses Have Collision A Wheeling school bus driver says he intentionally swerved his loaded vehicle into another bus Monday to avoid plunging over a steep The 65 children in Charles Be bouts bus and 45 children in the other escaped injury but both buses were badly Bebout said his bus lost its brakes as he was coming down a Give yourself the pleasure of shopping in handsome surroundings saving money during February cSc J NORTH 1000 30TH Open Daily Noon to 9 Don Laferre of Nationwide Insurance has Retirement income you cant outlive Vou cant outlive Nationwides new Retire ment Insurance Iti not for x number of Its for the rest of your Nationwide guarantees if you Nationwide pays the pre miums if youre totally disabled before 60 till youve recovered or the plan is paid t pick the incoma you want to retire and the payments you can af You decide the age you want to retire you name Then give your Nationwide agent a Hell work out a plan 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