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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Were Going Back To School A Saturday Tuscarama Feature DAILY REPORTER 20 Largest Circulation In Tnscarawas County DoverNew March 1964 PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Feminine Pilots Still On Course Jim Anderson is shown presenting Vince Web er with a Grand Lodge certificate naming him Elk of the Year of the Dover Perry Heads Dover Elks Weber Cited Delbert Perry of 416 2nd was elected exalted ruler of Dover Elks Lodge 975 Jast succeeds John Helms is sales manager of Re liable Auto Parts Receiving the Elk of the Year award was Vincent Weber of 1205 Race a Dover Post Office Weber was cited for his recruiting of new work on the lapsation committee and service as a past exalted Other new officers are Don ald leading knight Jack loyal knight Edgar lecturing knight Jack treasurer Rudy tyler Maurice alternate to the Grand and Robert Elected to 3year terms on the board of trustees were David Archinal and James who Will replace Bob Kennedy and Al Holdover trust ees are David Jacbb Dummermuth and Richard Bermuda AP Jerrie mother of three from planned to head her small plane for the Azores today depending on the Another airminded housewife setting out on a solo flight around the Joan Merriam Smith of Long hopes to take off Saturday from Miami for San Both deny they are racing to become the first woman to fly around the world Amelia Earhart was lost attempting the feat in 28yearold wife of a Columbus advertising landed her singleengine propel ler plane in Hamilton an hour ahead of schedule on the first leg of her mile global I picked up a she told She plans to be back in Co lumbus in 30 days or less after stops in the Bahrain Delbert Perry newlyelected exal ted ruler of Dover Elks Lodge is shown with 3 of his other officers J ack Donald Peters and Edgar TB Skin Tests Pending Vote Action on the proposed tuber culin skin testing program will be deferred at least until after the November election when the additional 2tenths mill levy again comes up for a ac cording to Tuscarawas County Health Department who met yesterday with Fern Wood of the Ohio Department of Health and County Placing the which was de feated last on the ballot was voted at the March 3 board Citing the recent 5 per cent budget cut and defeat of the health officials stated that it could not assume the respon sibility for the new testing pro in cooperation with the County TB Health for all children in Grades 7 and 11 in all county If the levy the program could be expanded to also cover industry and the entire commu according to Vivian Stew deputy health commission The program would involve a considerable number of school children and and we dont have the funds at this time to handle she The testing would require employ ing an additional nurse and a parttime office and we are short one nurse Health department officials be lieve that it will cost around 000 to staff the testing noting that the levy would pro vide sufficient Station Breakin Try Is Reported investigat ed an attempted breakin at Johnnys Gulf Service at 5th and Center at this morn On police found a window had been but entrance had not been Raymond Ross of RD Denni reported the incident to Pa trolman Herman who in It was the 7th try in the last few months to enter the On John Reccutti re ported was B M m Schools To Get Subsidies Ohio AP Ohio House Speaker Roger Cloud and Senate Majority Lead er Stanley Mechem have estimated it will cost an extra million in state subsidies to meet the needs of Ohio schools this But the two legislative lead ers said in a news conference Thursday that school districts will get their state subsidy money in full and on reiterating what Cloud told his fellow House members by mail The payments will be they in spite of a recent Controlling Board resolution warning districts to live within legislative They pointed out that the districts commit themselves for a full calendar year and rely on the slate paying The State School Board ear lier had defied the Controlling Boards warning and threatened to take the states financial ob ligations under the school foun dation law directly to the state County Chairmen Named For Young Joe Cappel of 208 and Anna Ferrell of 419 2nd New Phil will serve as cochair men of Tuscarawas County Democrats for Ste phen it was announced Vice chairman for the county campaign activities will be Charles Howery of 418 Broad long an active Dem a former county com has been active in county Democratic circles for 14 Ferrell is the wife of County Chairnjan Kenneth ON THE INSIDE Around The World 9 Churches 89 Dear Abby 17 Doctor Crane 11 Doctor Writes 19 Goren On Bridge 3 Horoscope Hospital News 2 Obituaries 12 Sports 1314 Womens Pages beyond Cloud and Mechem said in their joint statement that sub sidy money will be paid be cause it was agreed that the commitment to the local school however must be Finance Director Richard Krabach has predicted the school subsidy fund will be million in the red by the end of the fiscal biennium June 1984 if local districts continue their present rate of The state school subsidy is set by formula in state law and it is on this law that the State School Board based its defiance of the Controlling Mechem asserted that money to meet the schools needs will be there and it will be releas pointing out that tax col lections are up this Sudden Finding Of School Funds Regarded As Political By Richard Zimmerman Reporter Columbus Bureau COLUMBUS In spite of all the talk of contractual obliga tion and we just found that the money is the de cision to make deficiency ap propriation to Ohios public schools was purely It was simply a case of a rath er substantial group of House Republicans telling their legisla tive leaders and the governor that there would be real trouble in November if the schools con tinued their The decision was so political in fact that 90 minutes after legis lative leaders announced their the chairman of the group which had said the money could not be found did not know the legislators had suddenly found the Otto chairman of the states Controlling Board and who represents Finance Director had been in on the terse statement telling schools that they must keep within their But he did not know about the See Page 9 Molly Production Is Near Sellout There are 25 seats available for tonights Little Theatre pres entation of The Unsinkable Mol ly Brown and 15 remaining for Saturdays closing Reservations may be made by calling 55555 between 1 and 3 or after Last nights performance was attended by making a total attendance to date of Lady With Soft Mists Brings Spring On Wings By RELMAN MORIN NEW YORK lady with soft mists in her as the poet officially re turned to the United States to She arrived at East ern Standard Spring is the season of the time of the end of What did she see as she crossed the Atlantic spanned the Great swept across the Great and down the Sierras slopes to the Pacific A nation at but not Wake Honolulu and San Smiths landing in Mi changing clothes in the air for fear she would be late for a her third stop on a The 27yearold blonde test pi flying a secondhand twin engine plans to land in Puerto Surinam and Bra zil before setting cut across the Atlantic for Senegal on the Af rican coast next She hopes to finish the flight in April She is the wife of Navy officer Martin commander of the minesweeper now at Action Claims Judge Finley Is Prejudiced An affidavit of bias and prej udice was filed against Judge Ralph Finley in Probate Court yesterday by Robert Swan of counsel for Den nis of Doney was scheduled for jury trial in Judge Finleys court Tuesday on a charge of contri buting to the delinquency of a However the jurors have been notified not to The affidavit maintains Judge Finley should be disqualified from hearing the case because he has a special interest in A hearing on the affidavit will be held by Chief Justice Kings ley Taft of the Ohio Supreme Doney was arraigned last 10 on the charge of contribut ing to the delinquency of a 15 yearold He entered an in nocent Judge Finley filed the charge against Doney when he and the accompanied by applied for a marriage license because she was With the girl being under Judge Finleys consent was Judge Finley already has ex See Paffe 2 Is Found Dead George who re sided alone at 1020 Tuscarawas New was found dead late this setting in a by an East Ohio Gas meter New Philadelphia police were called and estimated he had been dead approximately 12 A heart attack was listed as a pre liminary pending a coro ners The body was taken to Lewis Funeral Home where service ar rangements are Treed With a young mans fancy reportedly turns to Not so with David of 117 Uhrich This 13yearold decided to climb a tree last probably one of the surest signs of In his he became wedged in the Firemen were called to the but James Peck had rescued the youngster by Move Fails To Disturb Fiery Belli NEW Percy Foreman left confers with Hyman Rubenstein and Eileen Kamin brother and sister of the convicted Jack after he was hired late Thursday afternoon as chief defense counsel for the He replac ed Melvin who was Foreman is dent of the National Association of Defense Attor neys and probably the bestknown criminal lawyer in A Dallas jury sentenced Ruby to death Saturday for slaying Lee the accused as sassin of the late President John last Stark Crash Is Fatal To Dover Native Paul of 1035 46th a Dover died early this morning in Tim kenMercy where he was admitted last night at with a head injury received in 3car collision on Interstate near AkronCanton Born in he had been a resident of the Canton area the last years and was a maintenance foreman at Dan ner Press of Farber had stopped to aid a stalled motorist and his car was struck by the State Patrol A pas senger in Farbers Hester of Canton also was injured and is listed as fair today in the Stark County Coroner Shaheen said Farbers death was a result of the head He is survived by his wid Catherine a Paul of a Donna Hetrick of Canton a Adrian of Canton 2 Gertrude Cassidy of Detroit and Evelyn Hil man of and 5 Services will be held at 1 Monday in Kreighbaum Fu neral Home at Canton with Wells Burial will be in Sunset Hills Burial Park near Friends may call Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the funeral SAN FRANCISCO torney Melvin fired as Jack Rubys counsel and de nounced by the American Bar he is not bit ter at The fiery fresh from Thursday nights flight to San Francisco from Mexico City via Tia Juana and San said he was steamed up and raring to go with a news conference scheduled for Belli told during his stopover at San We knew we couldnt that the jury would jam a verdict of guilty down our and Ruby and his family were ap prised of this through the Ruby received the death pen ally Saturday in Dallas for mur dering Lee Harvey the accused assassin of President John On Wednesday Rubys Eva sent a letter to Bellis San Francisco office saying his services were no longer She said the family was dissatisfied with See Page 2 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 42 Low 28 Elsewhere In High Low Pr clear 55 27 snow 38 30 cloudy 69 53 cloudy 76 74 San clear 72 50 cloudy 52 35 TODAY 7 29 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 35 Low 32 Forecast Light snow and A prosperous tingling with hope and but with pockets of A nation still carrying the weight of its but carry as the pride of a peo ple who quietly closed ranks after the moment of AH over birds were bringing the In the swallows re turned to mission San Juan And Some Too schedule always on Josephs In Spring Mayor Bill Savitch Weve had See LAIU Page 9 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Three storms pounded differ ent sections of the nation with destructive snow and rainstorms as spring came to day after renegade tornadoes ended the winter season with a fcingsized punch at Tornadoes and strong winds whipped along the Texas coast causing an estimated damage in Baytown and injuring at least 12 persons in A disturbance in eastern Kan saa cast a winter scene over most ol the central and north ern Plains and in the Upper Mississippi Blizzard conditions occurred from eastern Colorado and west ern Kansas through Minnesota and the eastern One to three inch snowfalls were blown and drifted by 50 mile per hour winds with gusts up to 60 in northwestern Kan reducing visibility to one half A storm centered in northeast ern Arkansas produced rain See TOO I Rige 9 LEAVES WHITE HOUSE JOB Salinger Silent On Political Move SAN FRANCISCO AP Pi erre Salinger flew into his home town today after resigning as President Johnsons press sec He apparently will run for the Salinger would not say what his plans but said he would hold a news conference later to day to announce whether he will seek the Senate seat of ail ing California Democrat Clair Salingers candidacy could further complicate the contro versial Senate race which has already split the the big question was whether hes eligible to enter the June 2 Cal ifornia Rusk Denies Hes Leaving WASHINGTON AP Dean Rusk seems likely to stay on as secretary of state through the November but what will happen after that is Sources close to Rusk said he has given no thought to resign ing And they pointed out that it 3s up to the voters in November to name the next and it will then be up to the chief executive whether President Johnson or someone se lect his Pending these they Rusk can hardly say that he will be staying on for anoth er four in Salt Lake City for a told newsmen The day after President Kennedy President Johnson asked me to stay I am at his dis I have no plans to resign at The President and I havent discussed the In Washington a Stale Depart ment spokesman promptly de nied that Rusk plans to Even if he plans a denial would be expected at the State Department because a secre tary of states influence with foreign leaders would tumble fast if they thought he was on his way Nctown Police Check 2 Thefts NEWCOMERSTOWN Police here are investigating 2 thefts which occurred Herb owner of Keiths Bar on Bridge reported this morn ing that was stolen from a desk drawer in the unlocked of fice of the establishment some time after 4 A power saw owned by Hol land Hackenbracht was sto len from outside Bergs Motor Service on Walnut Hacken bracht had left the saw for re pairs while Robert Berg out to was Salinger apparently waa armed with legal advice that he could seek the Engle underwent brain sur gery last but he has filed for reelection in the face of assertions by state Demo cratic leaders that hes too ill to The Constitution re quires only that a senator be 30 years of age and an inhabitant of the Some election experts seemed to think that for mer San Francisco newspaper could qualify if hes primed to get his papers in on The deadline is 5 WASHINGTON Reedy is a pipe puffing giant of a man who is taking on the almost impossible task of trying to keep both the press and President happy about pub lic cigarsmoking Pierre Salinger suddenly quit this job of White House press secretary Thursday to try for the Demo cratic nomination for the Senate in With him wont Andrew the assistant press sec retary to the President and one of the highest ranking Negroes in For Reedy there is nothing like the break with the past See Paffe 9 Twin City Falls Send 3 Persons For Hospital Aid Three persons were given emergency treatment in Twin City Hospital yesterday as a result of James of 416 4th injured his arm and hand when he fell against a wall while running track for Dennison Wilbur of RD injured his shoul der in a fall from a truck and Lee Ann 23 daughter of Robert McClatn of fell in an re ceiving a bumped head and bruised What Now A question you hear quite often in the Tus iJ carawas County area Whats The Reporter doing THIS week The reason Our editorial it staff writes exclusively If for The Daily 1 This is why you see 1 important stories in The 1 Reporter first and In I other We wouldnt It any 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