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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                YMCA Intermediates Nab OhioWest Virginia Swim TitleSee Page 11 24 Hours A Day Someone Prom The Reporter Is Workfr For You THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION VOL 18 largest Circulation In Tnscarawas County DoverNew March 1964 Serving Over Familiet PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Rumblings To Dictate More Cabinet Changes By STERLING GREEN i WASHINGTON AP After four some rumblings of stress and more change are audible in the top team President John son inherited from the late John Plump press secretary Pierre Salinger quit on Thursday to test his charm on California in quest of a Sen ate He was the fourth of Kennedys firststringers to leave the White On the same a report was aired that Secretary of State Dean Rusk planned to re sign in It was in stantly denied by all Salingers appar ently a most amicable leave could well be an omen of further if only for the simple reason that an elec tion year is a restless time for Yet the White House resigna tions have been remarkably few to considering the difficul ty of adjustment since 22 for the Kennedy men who vir tually idolized their slain Despite the pressures of the political there has been no authoritative official or from any member of Kennedys Cabinet indicating a departure from the team be fore the In reply to a question at his news conference Johnson said he has seen no sign that supporters of the late president are anxious to leave his If Johnson is each Cabinet officer will submit a pro forma leaving Johnson free to form his own Only Robert Kennedy has stated he does not intend to stay on after November even if Johnson asks him But may feel they will have discharged by then their obli gation to help Johnson preserve the continuity of There have been some visible many and oc casional behindscenes skirm ishing over Some Kenne dy men are closer to the cen ter of power than they were be fore some have moved away from the inner orbit of influ Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara enjoys even greater if than he did under Kennedy he is the Cabinet strong despite last weeks ru has seemed to be farther in than before a series of overseas flareups has demand ed one foreign policy huddle after As was Robert Kennedys influence has dimin ished Secretary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon though deeply respected for proven is less close per sonally to Johnson than he was to President 2 Children Hurt In 3Vehicle Crash Two children were released following treatment in Union Hospital after an autotrailer ac cident at Sunday night on Fair and 3rd New Police said a car driven by Gilbert of 139 Fair struck the rear of a trailer being pulled by an auto operated by Clarence of The trailer broke loose from the car and stopped along 3rd while the auto con tinued hitting a car operated by Garine of RD West Lafayette nearly Two of Longs children were They were who suffered minor and a head Holmes County Has First 61 Traffic Death MILLERSBURG Holmes County recorded its first traffic fatality of 1964 at Sun day when a containing 7 young people returning home from a dance at Shreve failed to negotiate a curve on State Route 754 near Dead of a broken neck and crushed chest was William of RD a senior at Big PrairieLakeville A he was thrown from the car as it left the road way and turned over 3 Coroner Robert Huston stated the fatal injuries were sustained as Mclntire struck the An approaching auto stopped before running over the youths Admitted to Pomerene Memo rial Hospital were Robert of Big See Page 9 No citations have been issue nd investigation is Auto Workers Hear President Warm Polities Is Urged iolice Cars driven by Brenda of 438 Fair and Florence of 812 1st ollided at 4 Saturday afternoon m 3rd at Grandview Police said Miss Smallwood lad made a turn and was left of center when the accident oc Michael of 756 High New reported to police Saturday morning that he struck a parked car Friday night on 5th rle said it was owned by James Baker of RD Edward Mizer of 1040 Un on New re jorted to police at Satur lay afternoon that someone jacked into his auto while it was arked in Maurers Market larking At Mike Tatliak of 525 Front SW said an auto driven by Ethel Tantrum of 110 Hummel struck his car in Jaffes parking Jerry Dugan of Oldtown Valley told officers Sunday afternoon that the right rear fender of his auto was damaged Saturday night while parked in the park ing lot at Quaker Disposable like this are now being used extensively in industry to protect workers from coming in contact with cor rosive or radioactive News Briefs DALLAS Houston At torney Percy Foreman said to day he was pulling out of the Jack Ruby case because of dis agreements with members of Rubys Foreman took over from Melvin Belli as chief defense counsel for the slayer of Lee Harvey Oswald late last WASHINGTON AP Fidel Castro won a major victory in the Supreme Court The high court ruled 81 that courts are without power to pass on his expropriation of property in Cuba owned by NEW YORK the rebel Black Muslim says its time Negroes down South put the weight of bullets behind their fight for He told cheering Ne groes at a Harlem rally Sunday Its time for you and me to let the government know its Equipment Is Stolen Officials of Bernard Pipe Line of Barberton reported to Sheriff Young today tha someone stole a welding torch 75 feet of hose and severa gauges from a tool shed on Route A lock was broken to gain Young Ellen Luyster of RD Uhrichs ville operates one of the electronic seal ing presses used to sew plastic The press actually welds the pieces to insure a strong seam and air tight 2SHIFT SCHEDULE BEGINS LBJ Address Has Overtones For Bia Race ATLANTIC AP Johnson called for a warmhearted war today for the wellbeing of the Amer ican The President spoke in his first address to the big labor at the annual con vention of the United Auto Workers Union in the Atlantic Demand Helps Uhville Plant By Larry Froelich Daily Reporter Staff Writer Less than a year the community development commit tee of the Twin City Chamber of Commerce landed a local lyinitiated industry which is now beginning to come into its FabOhio 521 7th beginning will have 2 shifts to keep up with the demand for its product disposable Prior to this the firm operated with 11 mostly The company advertises itself as plastic and rubber custom such items as one and 2piece shoe containment manipulator sleeves and isola tion boxes to protect workers and equipment from radioac tive contaminants and corrosive Workers in the chemical in for often re quire protective clothing to provide safety from dangerous bac dust and radioactive ma FabOhio even produces poly vinyl chloride suits with an in ternal air supply which allows maximum protection of the workers respiratory when it is to protect a pure air room from body con This suit comes equipped with sealedon a pressure seal ing detachable ON THE INSIDE i t fit Crane 15 Doctor Writes 17 Around The World 13 Heloise 15 Goren On Bridge 17 Hospital News 13 Obituaries 2 Television 6 Sports 11 12 Womens Pages 8 9 Horoscope 17 Dear Aibby 15 fire retardant material and a clear headpiece which affords a 360degree The equipment may be worn for only a few depending on the concentration of contami states William Brum in dustry demands inexpensive clothing for maximum protection which we are able to FabOhio was incorporated last June 25 under the trade name of Fabrico but just recently the company was advised that another firm has been operating for some time with a name simi lar in title to For this we have made application and received approval from the Ohios Secre tary of the State to change the name to FabOhio Brum baugh The company was financed by the sale of stock and formed a board of directors Brown and Delmer both of and Danny John Bill Sec Page 9 Pledge Increases Give CIC William chairman for the Community Improvement campaign to raise 000 to promote industrial growth in Tuscarawas County and finance construction of a pilot plant for Bobbie Brooks reported today that in creases in commitments have pushed the total pledged to The new total represents an increase since The comes from a num ber of donors to the CIC who agreed to boost their con Marino Countys Financial Base Shows Vast Improvement This onepiece plastic outfit may be used any number of depending on the concen tration of contamination the worker will be confronted Dover Band Do Well In Area Event For the first time in 10 the Dover Senior High di rected by Phillip competed in the District 8 Music Educa tion band and chorus competitive festival at Tuslaw High on Saturday and earned a rating of The directed by Armand re ceived a superior and will now enter the state finals slated for April 25 at Other local high school bands awarded superiors and quali fying for the finals were Stras TuscarawasWarwick and The Fairless High School band and boys cho rus each received superior The event drew 12 schools from Car Jefferson and Columbiana as 19 high school units became eligible for the i See Early Story on Page 7 Tuscarawas Countys financial particularly con tinues to improve according to the lastest valuation figures re leased by Auditor Donald Kin The total of real pub lic utilities and personal prop erty in the as of is now valued at It represents more than a gain in valuation in the 12 years since Dover School District boasts more than 25 per cent of the countys total valuation with up more than million over the 1962 tax year According to there will be no tax rate cuts because of the valuation increase since re ductions in millage are made during reappraisal How the increase in valuation will mean a few extra dollars in areas where the valuation The skyrocketing Dover City See Page 9 Jesus Sought Hope At this time of Chris tians the world over turn to meditation upon the meaning of the teachings of Jesus and how they can be applied to their daily The author of this first in a series of 5 articles is John Minister Emeritus of First Reformed Church in and now a guest lecturer in churches throughout the Classis of the He been observed for centuries as a time of fasting and The period of selfdenial represents the 40 days Christ spent in the desert immediately following his baptism by John the I Jesus went into what the Bible j calls a desert place to think things through and to try and learn what God wanted him to For 40 days he meditated way of the way of material the spectacular way sought by the crowd the way of spiritual pow discipline and the way of the Jesus discovered the right the way of and he had the wisdom to recognize and know Gods will and purpose for formed Church in America New DAY BRIGHTENER Its always easy to recogniz a fellow who owns his own horn hes always coming out of a negday continuing through hardware Holy Week preceding has Individuals and nations in all parts of the world and in all ages have observed times of reflection and The followers of Christ have long recognized that meditation and times of silence are valua ble and necessary attributes to Christian beginning with Ash Wed r i upon the Word of God as he knew He thought about the various ways and means of ful filling his The easy way his life and the courage to He found the answers to lifes questions in meditation upon the Word of in solitude and in All through his when he was utterly fatigued and in need of we find that Jesus resorted to meditation and When his disciples were frus trated in efforts to accomplish deeds of mercy and healing and asked Jesus why they He answered These things See Pate 9 City Convention This will the setting for Johnsons expected nomination for the presidency by the Democratic party next Three thousand delegates and perhaps guests gave the chief executive a rousing welcome and broke into his ad dress with loud and frequent One of the loudest outbursts came when he assured the con vention that are going to pass the civil rights bill if it takes all The convention has adopted a resolution backing the The President was not mak ing a political speech labeled as But the talk had po litical His party and are counting on heavy labor Johnson lauded the UAW as a honest and progres sive union led by President Reuther and his fellow offi all elected democratical ly by your He said that whatever the challenges or the complexities or the crises confronting the it never stands straight er or stronger in the world than does the individual at He said that militarily this nation is strong and no country is This led Johnson to the point of declaring that now the times at home require a warm heated war for the wellbeing of people at This brought a burst of ap There was another when Johnson assured the UAW that j we are going to pass the med I ical assistance bill for the aged and do so no matter how many months it Weathervane SATURDAY High 41 Low 30 YESTERDAY High 48 Low 22 TODAY 7 23 High Low cloudy 65 33 cloudy 37 33 clear 39 24 Los clear 55 44 clear 72 58 New clear 50 38 clear 45 25 cloudy 48 34 San cloudy 49 45 clear 53 33 RAINFALL Last 48 Inches TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 58 Low 40 Forecast Cloudy and Ohio Aviatrix Resumes Trip Bermuda Globecircling Ohio housewife Jerrie Mock hoped to take off about midday in her singleen gine plane to cover the miles across the Atlantic from Bermuda to the Azores Mock had radio trouble when she landed at Kindley Air Force Base here That has been but she has been delayed since by poor The 38yearold housewife and who lives in the Colum bus suburb of Bex hopes to fly her propellerdriven Cessna 180 to time and distance rec ords for solo aroundtheworld BE STILL AND KNOW THAT COD IS GOD 2 Get Hospital Emergency Aid Two people were treated in Union Hospitals emergency room Both were dis Kay daughter of John Furniss of RD New Phil fell while playing at home and fractured her left el bow and Krnest of RD New fell through door in haymow while playing basketball and fractured his eight   

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