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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Spring Arrives Tomorrow At 9W RTER DoverNew March 1964 March IVM PRICE 7 CENTS LBJ Asks Billion For Foreign Aid READY FOR This Dover Avenue clarinet tno will perform in Do ver auditorium Friday night at along with 255 other elemen tary and jumor high musicians in the annual spring band They are David Peters son of and Donald Peters of 215 13 Charles son of and Roy Ha ddon of 1024 Wooster and Billy son of Rinderkn echt of 7 Parkview The trio will be accompanied by Karl son of and Harlan Hiltner of 1215 Wai nut NUMEROUS PROPOSALS OFFERED Rhodes Promises Answer Ohio James Rhodes has promised an answer by the first of next week to an industrial develop ment dilemma created by an Ohio Supreme Court The governor referred at a news conference Wednesday to the decision which outlawed Ohios new industrial loan The courts unanimous deci sion stripped from the newly created Development Financing Commission all authority to make industrial loans financed by multimillion dollar bond is Development Director George Wilson told newsmen he and the governor set up a telephone conference with officials of firms for which loans already had been Our immediate concern is to work with these companies in providing alternative meth ods of financing to the extent that some jobs will be createdin Wilson The governor did not elabor but he asserted We will have an answer by the first of next One possibility mentioned was a constitutional amendment to overcome the Supreme Court but Rhodes did not endorse the Other proposals included Full utilization of commercial lending Encouraging more Ohio de veloperinvestors to build and lease plants to prospective Spearheading a drive for more community improvement corp the American Greetings said Wednea See Page 12 Difficulty For Request Seen Ahead WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson asked Congress to day for billion in foreip aid to help build a world in which the weak can walk without In a special message to a gress which has become in creasingly resistant to foreign aid in recent Johnston de picted the program as a bulwark against both war and the am bitions of Communist imperial He promised no waste in the operation and asked for perma nent authority for arms aid On Capitol there were prompt predictions of trouble ahead for the Presidents pro Senate Republican leader Ev erett Dirksen of Illinois said there were still possibilities for real Senate Democratic leader Mike Mans field of Montana commended the President for the reduced requests but said as the program will have to plow a difficult Otto chairman of the House Appro priations subcommittee which handles foreign said he hoped Congress would approve less than House committee hearings on the measure may open next but Senate hearings are not expected to begin until after the Easter Johnson laid the groundwork for his billion in arms aid and billion for eco nomic this summation The proposals contained in this message express our self interest at the same time that DISSATISFIED WITH ACTIONS Ruby Tires Chief Counsel x f By PEGGY SIMPSON DALLAS AP Convicted slayer Jack Ruby fired his heid Melvin Wednes day And in a letter from his jail cell protesting Bellis bitter criticism of Ruby said he had tried to disen gage the lawyer as far back as A Dallas jury convicted Ruby Saturday of slaying Lee Harvey accused assassin of President and sen tenced him to death in the elec tric In angry Belli de clared it a kangaroo railroad verdict by a jury that was shoved down our He called Dallas a festering sore and Now we see the shame of Dallas in all its The president of the Ameri can Bar Association called Bel lis remarks intemperate and Belli was unavailable for He was in Mexico Rubys Eva told the Dallas Morning News she sent the dismissal letter by airmail Wednesday night to Bellis San Francisco law Ruby and his family were dissatisfied with the defense presented by Belli and shocked at the tirade he Grant The letter said Ruby tried to disengage Belli er a disagreement over defense but Belli bitterly op posed and forced himself on See Pagre 12 Oh On F they proclaim our national We will be laying up a har See FOREIGN Page 12 Area On Probation In Check Case George of East who had pleaded guilty to passing 2 bad was placed on probation for 2 years today by Tuscarawas County Common Pleas Judge Raymond Prosecutor Harlan Spies told Rice I have not come to any conclusions in my own mind as to what should be the proper disposition of this who had filed an infor mation listing 2 counts against revealed to the court to day that Kelley had actually written another bad check for within 24 hours of the other Kelley had been accused by Robert owner of the Cross Roads Super near of writing 2 checks for on 3 with insufficient funds in The Bank of Magnolia Proprietors at Sandy Valley See AREA Page 2 Strasburg Council Cites Dog Problem in light of numerous has issued a reminder of or dinances concerning running It is unlawful for dogs to run at large within the corporation unless accompanied by Violators will be fine for the first to for the and to for each subsequent The vil lage marshall is authorised to destory any running dog whose owaw can not be Denmsofi PUCO Hearing Will Be Concluded Later By Virginia Addison Reporter Staff Correspondent Telephone WA 24721 was the case in Uhrichsville on the PUCO hearing on the Pennsyl vania Railroads proposal to re place watchmen with automatic gates at Twin City crossing was recessed yesterday before all witnesses could be John called a halt to the proceedings before William railroad brother hood and Solid tor Danny Johnson could cross examine communi cations and signals Huth elaborated on how the crossing gates would be install ed and operated during exam ination by Calvin representing the In his Huth said that automanual gates would be put at the Jewett crossing while fully automatic gates would be at 3rd The rail road expects to have a watch man on duty from 8 to 4 because of the shifting of the trains at the Jewett He gave a cost estimate f for installing the The cost for 3rd would be while the Jewett ex penditure is set at The latter qualifies for federal aid because of the state The government would pay 90 per cent or Huth estimated it would cost for yearly maintenance for the 2 crossings while wages and fringe benefits for the one watchman would be and the watch box for Jewett would be The nearly 50 persons at the which was held in mu nicipal also heard imony by William who explained the 2 aerial photo 4 site photographs and a blackboard illustration of the crossings in and also by Roy on the train move Cornelia Joins Surgeons Unit Charles Cornelia of 111 llth was induct ed recently as a fellow of the American College of Surgeons in capandgown ceremonies dur ing the clinical congress of the American College of Surgeons at San This a degree en titling Cornelia to the des ignation following his is awarded those surgeons who have fulfilled comprehen sive requirements of acceptable medical education end advanced training as specialists in one branch of surgery and who gives evidence of good moral charac ter and ethwal Cornelia is a member of the Union Hospital Medical He entered his practice in 1960 with offices in the Dover Reeves Bank He and his and their 5 children re side at 1203 Wooster ON THE INSIDE cars Trucks School Buses Pedestrians Trains Freight Trains Shifters 517 5 179 7 27 15 Around The World 12 Dear Ajbby 20 Goren On Bridge 21 2 Television 21 Sports is 19 Womens 17 Your Horoscope 24 Inspector Walter of the presented a survey on traffic for the 2 crossings for a 24hour Jewett 3rd 363 8 413 7 23 35 Huth could not explain with more traffic on the 3rd the watchman would be on Jewett The railroad also introduced into evidence the annual cost of the watchmen for the 24hour Total cost for Jew ett is and 3rd including fringe benefits and the watch At the close of the VanDervoort said the Commis sion would have to set another hearing Johnson and Rich ards requested the hearing in Dennison while Hubbell request ed It was reported that a move ment is in the process by Den nison and Uhrichsville and other interested plus members representing the to contact the PUCO and ask that the hearings for both towns be rescheduled Mayor Donald several councilmen and watchmen were among those present Fire Cause Mystery Origin of last Fridays fire which destroyed the possessions of the 9member Cottrell Moore family and gutted their home at 516 Depot was not determin Fire Chief Clarence Stalling said The investigation is I officially By CHARLEY DICKENS ITJespite Fire Chief Clarence Shilling and May or LeMoyne Luthy say the Do ver Fire Department will con tinue to cooperate with the Di vision of Forestry in battling area But 2 members of the department no longer will issue burning permits for the division because theyre irked over a pinochle remark made by Forester Jim Lenox in a recent Daily Reporter Reliable sources say a Can ton drug firm will open a store on the Boulevard in Dover that an insurance firm is planning a new office building on Wafoash in New Philadelphia that 2 instead of are tick eted for the Green Gables in terchange area of Interstate Route and that a New Phil adelphia wholesale firm has an extensive expansion hi the Whats with the candidate for a county office who threatens to boycott public such as the Dutch Oven if they display posters of rival can didates Hasnt he heard of no discrimination nesses by public busi The Dover Post Office has been having all kinds of trouble with that coal stoker installed the expansion And didnt the company install ing it many months it would be trouble free George according to a real estate transfer in the Tuscarawas County Recorders has purchased acres of land from the Condon Cun ningham The located near the Green Gables Interchange of Interstate now being constructed by the includes a large lake cre ated by removal of fill In corporation of the lake into a motel layout is a Weathervane YESTERDAY High 34 Low 15 Elsewhere In High Low clear 59 31 clear 35 24 snow 63 29 Fort cloudy 68 52 Kansas rain 61 45 cloudy 31 20 clear 41 25 cloudy 46 35 clear 46 34 snow 25 17 TODAY 7 18 SNOW Last 24 hours Trace TOMORROW Sunnse Sunset High 45 Low 35 Forecast Rain and Scientific Satellite Fails To Gain Orbit CAPE AP An Explorer scientific satel lite failed to orbit today be cause of trouble with the third stage of the Delta booster rock The satellite was to have made the most extensive study yet of the earths ionosphere and was to serve as a tracking target for intense laser light beams flashed from the The Delta blasted away from Cape Kennedy at Two hours1 later the National Aeronautics and Space Administration reported tracking stations had lost the satellite some 30 minutes after Shortly an other announcement said anal ysis of radio data showed the third stage burned for only 22 seconds instead of the intendet Packed in the rockets nose was a 120pound payload intend ed to orbit more than 700 miles high to make the most extensive survey yet of the an electrically charged atmos pheric region which reflects ra dio signals and makes possible longrange communications on More than 80 ground stations in 32 countries were to receive signals from Explorer 20 in whal a space agency spokesman termed the first attempt to make a truly global measure mentof the 7 Levies Already Set For May 5 Balloting Seven levies have been filed in the Tuscarawas County Board of Elections office to be placed on the May 5 primary Clerk Victor Turner said Two of the levies are from local school Tuscarawas Valley asking for an additional 2 mills for a 3year period to cover current operation Baltic local is asking renewal of a 4mill levy and an additional Lisbon Resident Closes 43 Years In Road Position After 43 years supervising high way construction work for the State Highway Gar rett Willis of 261 Pine is retiring from Beginning his consturction ca reer in 1921 with the Columbiana County Eingineers he has seen the highway system change from a preponderance of dirt roads to the present 4lane construction now being carried He has inspected work on most of the route in Columbiana County and has twice been in volved in constructing new high ways between Wellsville and East In following his return rom the he worked as a car inspector on the Erie Rail road until joining the Highway Passing the Civil Service test in the spring of Willis thinks he is one of the oldest Civil Service men in he After returning from the war ie was married to the former iluth They had 5 daugh ens Helen John Silver horn of New Philadelphia Char otte Alton Carruthers of jisbon Ruth Fred Pas ore of and who ives at home with be and One girl passed away sev eral years Man Loses Billfold Joseph Wyss of RD New notified Dover po ice at yesterday that he bad lost his 2mill both for current ex penses and both for a 5year Perry Township has filed for an additional levy of a mill for 6 years to provide funds for fire A similar levy lost out by one vote in last No vembers The remaining 3 levies are all for The Village of Den nison is requesting a 9tenths mill for 5 yeans for maintaining the present lighting Newcomerstown will vote on a levy for mills for 5 years for current Warw i c k Township is asking a renewal of a 2mill levy for 5 also for current operation Turner pointed out that school issues can be filed until 25 days before the May 3 school district offi cials are advised that a late fil ing can result in the loss of bal lots from servicemen and other absentee since their bal lots must be forwarded from the elections office at an early All other issues had to be fil ed by or 90 days before election Turner Glenn Reported Somewhat Better In Dizziness SAN Astronaut John Glenn doctors say hes more sits up more with less dizziness and U somewhat But they arent saying when hell be released from the Air Force hospital in San An Glenn suffered a brain con cussion when he fell in a bath room 26 at He was brought to the hos pital in San Antonio March The a lieutenant colonel in the Marine had hoped to retire April 1 to press his campaign for Demo cratic nomination to the Senate from Last Monday his opened his Bermuda Leg Is First Stop On Solo Hop Ohio Columbus housewife who wants to be the first woman to fly alone around the world took off for Bermuda today on the first leg of her solo Jerrie 38yearold mother of lifted her single red and while Cessna off the runway at Port Columbus at NEW Joan took off today for and the next leg of her planned solo flight around the She was following the route plotted by Amelia who tried the trip in 1937 but who vanished in the South She estimates the flight time on her first hop will be about seven and a half Ill be not going to take any she prom ised her a Co lumbus advertising and sons and See Page 12 Auto Hits Store Front At Uhville said that Wilbur of RD apparently stepped on the ac celerator of his auto while park ed in front of the Moores Store on 3rd last night at The car jumped the hit ting the Extensive damage was reported to both the store and the At police investigat ed an accident at KHills Serv ice Station on Trenton when an auto driven by George of 1125 Main struck Kenneth Lynch of 231 Packer who darted into the path of the Police said the Lynch ed knee Whats the right col or Where should the hemline be What style will be the rage thij year These questions and many more will be swered for our conscious readers day In the Fashions of Springtime This is only the first of many Springtime tures coming your way in the largest and esttoread newspaper in Tuscarqwqs   

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