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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Dennison Joins Cast For A Wind up Makes Bid Page 13 Growing Reporter Acceptance Continues Day After Day THE REPORTER HOME EDITION 20 Largest Circulation In Toscarawas Connty DoverNew March 1964 Serving Over Families PHONE 42167 7 CENTS consolidation Urged For County Parochial Units ate Report ists Problems it Josephs I The charter of Josephs itigh School will be continued jfor the according to tie inspection report ffled by Stanley Fox with the State De irtment of Numerous deficiencies in the high school lilid to Foxs recommendation that Josephs look toward a union with a larger adminis tative Very Bennet Ap superintendent of schools for the Columbus Dio commenting on the re ports for Dover Josephs fnd Dennison said tie problems listed are inher ent of small schools and that Je had conferred with supervi sors on the When asked about the propos ed Central Catholic High School to be erected on a site near Applegate re lied still are planning to uild the Actual plan ing has been delayed purpose y until the State Highway De artment finalizes its work on le new road through that Route 250 and 8 bypass from few Philadelphia to Uhrichs No action on the countywide Catholic high school is expect for at least 3 howev primarily due to a lack of noney locally with the planned rection of a new Catholic in Fox commended the princi jal and teachers at Josephs ror efforts to provide effective nstruction within the many pro staff and facility limita He noted recent building im such as new win See Page 2 JAY SHAH Stay Has Conquered Indian Engineers Hatred incy Diocese o Disperse irst Graders CINCINNATI AP About pupils who would have gone to Roman Catholic paro hial schools next September will e attending the first grade in wblic The Cincinnati Archdiocese an nounced Thursday it will discon tinue teaching the first grade n its 19county area in Southwest Ohio because of rising costs and overcrowded parochial class The new policy will affect first graders in Cincinnati and Hamilton in Day ton and the remaining in Spring Sidney and other Public school officials were preparing plans to absorb the additional Almost all superintendents said they thought they would have to hire more The addition of pupils into the Cincinnati public schools presents serious said Wendell but the schools will continue to pro vide the best education John superintendnet of Hamilton County said more pupils in the county probably will mean larger classes and more teachers will have to be I dont look on this as pres sure by the parochial school sys tem but as one of the alterna tives they had to said See Page 11 By Tom Parker Daily Reporter Staff Writer I hated all white people be fore I came to this said Jay Shah of I dont hate whites or Ameri cans Jayshukh M u 1 j i b h a i Shah came to the when he was in on money he bor rowed from an the equivalent of here in this Country to find out if Americans and whites were worthy of the hatred both he and his fellows in India felt for A Hindu who had never be fore eaten Shah had grad uated from the Engineer ing College in Gujar at in Im not sure why I came he went I felt as if I should find out if all that hatred was I Shah earned a Master of Science degree in Civil Engineer ing from the University of Michigan in 1959 and since that time has been working here and meeting You India was ruled by the British for 450 The British are hated there and I think with Its not pleasant to be a secondclass citizen in your own The hatred of the British carried over quite naturally to the I That probably reasonable prejudice carried over further to Jay is a man who borrowed the equivalent of 000 to determine why he was And a man who was willing to go to a country ulated by people he had a hat red where he could expect to be a very distrusted minority without even the bene See Page 11 DoverPhila Industry Hits County Areas Figures released today by the Tuscarawas County Chamber of Commerce indicate that industry in the DoverNew Philadelphia area affects every corner of the The County Chamber of Com merce requested information from the 10 largest employers in the 2 communities concerning where their employes Twentyeight out of every 100 workers in those plants live else where than either Dover or New The implication is the pattern is economc benefits via payrolls of the new Bobbie Brooks which the Community Improvement is supplying with a pilot will affect all communit ies and all areas of the A total of 787 persons travel o the countys population cen er each day to work and they egularly take home paychecks o boost their hometown econ This breakdown is as follows Uhrichsville 179 Dennison 101 nadenhutten 73 Strasburg 51 Tuscarawas 50 Sugar creek 33 Zoar 31 Mineral City 30 Stone See Page 2 Complications Follow Operation Greeces King Paul Dies Young Prince To Rule Unsinkable Molly Brown1 Is Rescued By Good Cast ON THE INSIDE Around The World Dear Abby By Kay Williams Daily Reporter Staff Writer The Unsinkable Molly the story of a girl from the Missouri hills who de fiantly refuses to go down with the opened last night to a nearly but rath er restless audience in the Little Taking into consideration open ing night it is possible the primary difficulty with the production is the play The music seldom took flight de spite the strong voices of the leads and an exceptionally good The plays slow pace can not be entirely attributed to the 22 scene The curtains parted promptly at and closed a few minutes before A technical asset was the re volving stage which was effect ively used in the firsc Richard K Poletti por trays the title which is an exhausting It is the type of play which must rely upon the stage personality of the and in most of her singing num Poletti achieved the raucus character of Molly Her stage pres ence was excellent and she was especially good in her typically Molly come The presentation of Molly and her dW not always come pri marily because the words seem ed chopped and the lines rush In more serious See MOLLY Page 2 Short Of Requirements 1 X f f The Internal Revenue Service realized from the sale of antiques owned by Thelma Harding yesterday afternoon in the former East Ohio Gas build ing on Walnut A few wellknown antique deal ers were recognized among the several dozen persons on hand when Carl revenue started the Sev eral of them expressed disap pointment inspecting the items and a number of persons left before the sale got under The IRS had seized the rem nants of Hardings collec Crane Goren On Bridge Hospital News Obituaries Television On April Womens Pages she pleaded guilty in federal Your Horoscope court at Cleveland and later in tion to satisfy tax liens against The Newcomerstown woman was indicted for tax evasion in the month was fined anc placed on probation for 12 The IRS alleged that she re ported an adjusted gross income of in 1956 when it shouk have been and that in 1957 she reported a business loss of whereas she had an ad justed gross income of Her tax for 1956 was set at 855 and in 1957 at The IRS began its investiga tion of Hardings tax re ports after Tobias of Troy was charged with embezzling ap proximately from Hobar He told investigators that he had purchased in antiques from Harding The IRS previously sold Mrs Hardings car and other posses She reportedly has a ta debt of including in By CHARLEY DICKENS those attracted to the sale of the Thelma Harding antiques in Dover yesterday were 3 women who arrived in an expensive car driven by a But they didnt stay after noting what was to DC auctioned by Uncle You never know when some thing unusual is going to pop Among for sale items adver tised in a county paper yester day was a milking Shorthorn 7 months Prince Constantino ATHENS Paul of Greece died six days aft er he was stricken by complica tions from a stomach A terse announcement hy the Information Ministry dashed glimmering hopes of the Greek nation that a brief morning ral ly meant the 62yearold mon arch might Crown Prince who was at his fathers succeeds his Paul has handed over his royal powers to his son by making him re gent That was the day before he underwent an emer gency fourhour operation for a stomach Paul ascended the throne in the spring of 1947 at the death of his George A team of five physicians had called the operation successful and for many days the King was reported making a steady on March 1 he came down with a blood clot in right leg and the next day developed another blood clot in his left Earlier the sixth of the monarchs a medical slight Death came 14 days after his stomach opera King a robust man who stood 6 feet had for days and possibly even weeks before his stomach operation suffered a period of pain hidden from the Greek It had been feared that announcement of his condition would cause too much anxiety just prior to the national election of One of King Pauls last acts before undergoing surgery at Tatoi Palace 26 miles outside Athens was to swear in Prime Minister George Papandreou on Papandreou won a landslide victory in the vote for a new With the kings Queen becomes queen She will be succeeded by a teenage Constantino is engaged to marry Princess AnneMarie of now a very distant They are scheduled to marry next FILM SHOWN FOR 46 MINUTES Ruby Watches Self In Action Stay off Clubview in Do A cruising patrolman noti fied Service Director Ream that one hole in that street is big enough to bury a Sign of eh Ontrary calls attention to an illuminated sign on the greet ing card rack in Cherrys Phar macy at New be lieving it carries a pointed mes The sign reads Wed dings Births Did you read that editorial ihe other day about the Air Force letting a contract to a Michigan firm for 600 experi 3bedroom homes which can be folded up and moved on trucks Robert gen eral sales manager for Marsh Wall Products tells me his firm is supplying Marlite for the bathrooms and Dit to for a similar contract award ed a California By RELMAN MORIN DALLAS AP Jack sitting in court saw a motion picture of the scene in which he shot down Lee Har vey Oswald last Ruby leaned cup ping his chin in his He stared intently during the short He showed no signs of The film originally was sent live over There were numerous reruns but for Ruby this was the first time he had seen the His figure was barely recog nizable in the man in a black suit who suddenly moved toward the ac cused assassin of President and shot him at close The jury was not present dur ing the first showing of the pic The eight men and four women on the panel were to be brought in Ruby has been in jail since the 24 shooting and has not been allowed to see televi sion reruns of the The showing of the films in the absence of the jury was the first business as the court day The first runthrough was in slow Then the film was rerun frame by Police Jack a ruler in his right identified the various principals who ap peared on the Ruby sat at the defense The flickering reflection from the film gave an eerie highlight to the pallor of his He fidgited almost constantly throughout the Pie nibbled at his moved a finger across his chin blinked his sometimes bowed his At the climax of the Ruby hunched low in his chair and leaned across the eyes riveted to the screen until his chin was only scant inches from the table Once or twice he whispered something to defense attorney Phil Running time for the Uvo pic tures was 46 Shortly after 10 the jury filed back into the operator of a girlie show nightclub in is charged with murder with mal Henry Wads says he will demand a verdict Sec Page 2 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 50 Low 26 Elsewhere In High Low clear 58 30 clear 36 29 T cloudy 56 30 Los clear 64 50 cloudy 79 64 New clear 71 38 cloudy 66 31 cloudy 40 34 San cloudy 55 46 clear 77 39 TODAY 7 26 RAINFALL Last 24 TOMORROW Sunrise High 45 Low 35 Forecast little temperature Noted Theater Manager Dies Forney of 344 High New widelyknown theatre manager for Shea Theater died last night in Union Hospital follow ing a 5month A native of New he was a son of the late Am brose and Jennie Junkins His Cap tain George a Ci vil War built the form er Union Opera House at New Philadelphia which was manag ed by Forneys Around the building was purchased by Shea Theatre and it was at that time that Forney became with the Shea He man aged theatres at New Philadel Cam bridge and A World War I he served with the Rainbow Divis He was a member of the New Philadelphia First Chris tian Elks Lodge 510 and Guernsey Masonic Lodge 632 at His first Kath died in He also was a past command er of New Philadelphia Amer ican Legion He is survived by his the former Hazel Orr a step Thomas Orr of the home a Louise Polly Candela of ahoga Falls and 5 stepgrand Services will be held Sunday at 1 in LinnHert Funeral Home with Kenneth Dean Burial will be in East Avenue Friends may call Saturday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the funeral Elks memorial services will be Saturday at 3Part Series Starts On Nursing Homes Richard The Daily Reporters writer in Co has written a 3part se ries on what effect the campaign for enforcement of stricter reg ulations will have on Ohios nurs ing The first article ap pears today on Page Cleanup Continues From Wind Damage Most streets in Dover and New hiladelphia have been cleared of debris from yesterday morn ngs wind storm which resulted n scattered property power blackouts and general dis comfort to area Probably the most spectacular fall was the 52 x 80 projection icreen at Lynn Auto which was completedly destroy List Wrong Man Mayor Joe Pritzs office yes terday pointed out that Dominick Ferchill was erroneously named in a story Wednesday as signer of 2 petitions concerning the re zoning of 4 lots owned by Byron and Helen Schneiter of 4th New Dennis Paulus had signed the one for the rezoning the lots for business and one against but at the public hear ing Tuesday stated he now favor ed the Ferchill had signed neither petition and did not attend the ed as a result of the Own er Richard Reding how that he plans to rebuild and remodel the for which no damage estimate is for its opening April He added that most drivein screens are prefabricated and require relatively little work to In New Philadelphia a 400 pound neon valued at was destroyed at Lahmers TV Sales Robertson Heating Supply officials estimated damages at to the plant roof which was partial ly blown Bill New Philadel phia service stated that crews were still clearing streets and that minor damage was caused by a severed stop light In one insurance com pany representative reported 30 to 35 small claims as a result of wind City crews are now finishing street clean The Corps of Engineers See Page 2 Bounty Buys Profit Tuscarawas County Treasurer Victor Martinelli this week re ceived authorization from y Commissioners to purchaso worth of Treasury bills due May at the dis ount price of Profit to the county through his purchase amounts to or a yield of per within 65 Martinelli The purchase was made pos iible through the recent collec ion of personal property Martinelli explained that by the auditors and treasur ers offices verify the collection some 8 to 10 weeks will Instead of letting the monies lia the as au Lhorized by state purchased he which are government indentures that mature within 8 MArthur Weathers Bladder Operation WASHINGTON surgeons removed Dou glas MacArthura gall bladder today and said they found no evidence of any The postoperative condition of the 84yearold warrior and hero two world wars was described as The surgeons reported after a lengthy operation beginning a EST that they also had removed gall stones from the common bile a key passageway in Surgeons said before the op eration that the possibility of cancer could not be ruled out but that they were hoping and praying they would find only that the 84yearold generals ailment was due to a gallstone lodged in one of the bile ducts in his MatArthurs ar rived in Washington Thursday afternoon and presumably was with his father before the oper ation The operation was per formed by Leonard surgeon general of the who operated on former President Dwight Eisenhow er when he was stricken with a serious abdominal ailment dur ing his The other chief surgeon was Thomas The assisting surgeons were Robert Benson and Capt Gary and the anestlie seologist John Jenicek all of the hospital Kidd Renamed To Phi la Post William Kidd of 811 3rd NW was rehired as New adelphias recreation director at last nights meeting of that Mayor Joseph Pritz said The mayors James president of the New phia athletic board and member of the board of was appointed to fill the vacancy created when John LaFoun taine automatically forfeited his position by not running for the board of education last Other board members ent were Tom Toomey and Ches ter DAY BRIGHTENER About all the average person learns from his mistakes is hovr to be an 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