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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Beat The Rush 6 Days Left To Obtain 1964 Vehicle License Plates AH Print Like the Discover It TP n THE DAILY 24 Largest Circulation DoverNew Philadelphia REPORTER HOME EDITION n Tnscarawas County March 1964 Serving Over PHONE 42167 7 CENTS 1 I NO VAULT OF Eckman of has a wooden casket vault which the recent Ohio River flood left at hia front He saya the owner can get with no RECOVERY IS EXPECTED Ambassador Stabbed In Tokyo By JOHN RODERICK TOKYO AP A mentally deranged Japanese youth scaled a sixfoot wall at the Em bassy today and plunged a knife into the thigh of Am bassador Edwin Reischauer as the diplomat was coming out a underwent surgery and doctors said that barring complications the inch deep wound inflicted by a sixinch blade should be healed in two An embassy attache said the ambassador is in good John Demands Trial By Jury George of RD Newcomerstown yesterday de manded a jury to hear his case of assault and Northern District County Judge Charles Eckert said John was arraigned Friday afternoon in the court and Judge Eckert had set his hearing for The charge was filed by Stone CreekJefferson School bus driver Ivan of RD Stone who claims that John beat him fractur ing his ribs and breaking his Hawk had refused to drive the school bus on a county road past Johns claming he was acting on the instruction of the Stone CreekJefferson Local school requiring Johns daughter to walk 2tenths of a The beating reportedly was administered while Hawks bus was in motion and while he was attemtpting to control Johns James Thom as of New sub mitted the demand for a jury Weathervane YESTERDAY High 56 Low 31 Elsewhere In High Low 62 34 clear 55 48 cloudy 47 34 Los cloudy 53 42 cloudy 73 71 New clear 53 37 cloudy 55 37 cloudy 66 M Sao cloudy 51 46 clear 35 7 am 36 RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 42 Low 28 Fair and He will be all The ambassador himself dic tated a statement from his bed deploring the sad fact that there are unbal anced persons in all the The Norikazu Shio was captured immedi ately after Jhe attack by quick thinking John Ferchak an Official in embassys com mercial He pushed Shi otani to the floor and forced the knife from his Police said Shiotani was men tally deranged and had no pol itical motive of attacking the Japanesespeaking dip who was appointed by President Kennedy in Japan expressed its dismay over the Premier Ha yato Ikeda cabled regrets to President Shiotani is near He was described as a crusader on behalf of near sighted Police said he tried to set fire to a building at the Embassy earlier this year in order to call attention to his He was released at the time for lack of but admitted the arson attempt See Page 2 Wassem Quits Police Force Dean of 604 Howe yesterday submitted his res ignation as a Dover patrolman to Safety Director William Sweit zer and Chief Garrison It will be effective April Wassem gave as his reason very poor supervision in the Police Department in his let ter to the 2 Wassem has been a patrolman 10 DAY BRIGHTENER A girl doesnt need to be pret ty to win a mans can be Racial Violence In Florida Heightened As Snipers Bullet Cuts Down Woman Building Trades Discrimination War Requested WASHINGTON AP President Johnson urged the building trades unions today to help vanquish poverty and their ancient You are I ask your help in building the kind of America we can Johnson The President addressed the Building and Construction Trades Department of the AFL It was his second address two days to a major labor in and he repeated some of the themes sounded when he spoke Monday to the United Auto Workers Conven tion in Atlantic Johnson said the 1946 com mitment to full employment for every American needing a by act of still stands but it is He said he will not be satisfied until it Not only did Johnson give an other push to his war on pov but he also pounded away again for medical care for the elderly through the Social Se curity a national food stamp extension of the minimum wage law to millions now and the strengthening of unemployment Johnson said the billion tax cut law should cre directly and two to three million The new housing bill pending in Con he is pointed toward raising the rate of new home construction from mil lion in 1963 to two million by The goal of full employment which Congress declared In a 1946 law the President providing enough new jobs to take care of the excessively high number of plus enough to replace jobs lost to plus enough lor the million people joining the labor force each He said many of these nfew jobs must be and will be in Setting the scene for Secretary of Labor Wilkrd Wirtz told the building traces delegates Monday that the Ad ministrations economic oppor See Page 2 Vandals Destroy Mineral City Sign John Fowler of RD Min eral City reported to Sheriff Young yesterday that somwne tore down a stop sign in froijt of his home and threw it his front At last night Harold Yolung of 125 3rd New Phikjdel said someone damaged his 1936 Ford winch truck he fwn He said the hjad steering wheel and the cab were Flags Going Up In Therell Be 2 On Courthouse Pole For several the battle cry was mainly because of a few dear old They fair ly frothed because no flag was being flown from the pole at the creatures that they they didnt think to call the per sons responsible the county Not that it would have done any of For those men of office had al ready been asked what to do about the flag by the Courthouse maintenance who alas and alack was 25 years too or he would have shinnied up that pole and silenced the ladies in their But as is the fate among men long enough and someone else will do the job for the commissioners Somehow Victor Martinelli became the target of the Even a young lass called from a nearby bank to ask him why the flag was not The simple answer commissioners said so a week pulley at the top of the pole was and the commissioners knew of no way to unstick the treasurer thought he knew a up the phone and call Ohio Power ager Fred Zimmer assured Mar tinelli the firm did have a high lift that could put a man a saddle seat at the top of the and the county could have use of But the commissioners tyould not be put off that They wanted a special spindle put atop the pole so that 2 na tional and could be flown from separate And jwhat could one do about they said i Martinelli had give the simple Pick ub the See Page 2 ON THE INSI Around The World Dear Abby Doctor Crane Doctor Writes Goren On Bridge Heloise Horoscope Hospital News Obituaries Sports Television Womens Pages DE Healthy Lives Need Security Of Cod By JOHN MOORE Jesus called his follow y ers together on Mount Oli vet to give them his last com he spelled out for them what he believed should be the way of life for He said Go ye unto all the world and preach the Gospel to every Live the truth of God in the In living the life which Jesus Christians have found solutions to all problems com mon to These problems confronting man may pertain to persoral life and to political and ec onomic affails or to religious Christianity holds in its ing the future of our natii of the The resources and strength of the Christian are not based on political policies or on economic programs but on the ROTARY Fifteen foreign students from Kent State University and BaldwinWallace College were guests of the Dover and New Philadelphia Rotary Clubs Mapping out yesterdays tour is Dick Reifert far incoming president of the Dover and Mark Anthony advisor for the international as Issam Hajj and Tony both of and William Stefanuik of Ukraine look spokesman for the and Hilal are attending and Hajj is studying at The group toured various points of interest in the area and were overnight guests of local res They left this morning for Miller sburg to visit the Rotary Club Other countries represented in the group were the Republic of Viet New Zealand and Northern Absenteeism Thwarts Moves At Brief Phi I a Council Parley Trio Wounded Fire Bombings In Jacksonville By MACFEELY A snipers bullet killed a Negro woman and three men were wounded by gunfire Monday bringing tragedy into con tinued racial violence in and around A gun fired from a passing car brought death to Johnnie Mae mother of several She was shot as she walked along northwest of the city Two white men and a Negro man were shot and none The shootings and at least 10 fire bombings came while a pa A group of Negro youths esti mated at more than set fire today to a car in which two news photographers and a newsman went to investigate continuing racial i rade of young Negroes went be fore City Judge John Santora in most headed for fines and sevenday terms at the city prison Virtually all the 140 defend arrested during a day of hitandrun demonstrations and See Page 2 New Philadelphia Council plod ded through a slow 35minute session last with 3 mem bers and the solicitor After Lloyd Dinger had open ed the meeting 5 minutes President William Hinig arriv ed to push through the evenings An emergency ordinance va cating a portion of an unnamed between and parallel to 4th and Kaderly NW had to be tabled on information from Richard Stephenson that a majority vote from theentire Council was needed to pass as counsel for Clarence Farbizo of 412 Chauncey has pre sented a petition at the previous Council meeting to have a por tion of the alley vacated be tween Anola and Chauncey Ted Ricker informed Council that the contact committee was backing the ordinance with the recommendation that power lines in the area be kept as closely as possible to the present loca He said a canvass of res idents in the area showed a 50 50 feeling about vacating the but most were ready to agree to if it were for the com munitys In a surprise Council man Paul Young rose to ask that the ordinance establishing Dawson Lane NW as a oneway street from 4th to 3rd be The ordinance was ready for its third reading when seconded by moved that the flow of traffic be set from 3rd to 4th Charge Of Hitting Phila Boy Denied A hearing will be held Thurs day morning in New Philadel phia Mayor Joseph Fritzs court on an assault charge filed against Kenneth of 145 Park The count was filed by Homer Decker of 130 2nd At a preliminary hearing to Weller pleaded not Decker claims Weller struck his about yester day at Williams Furniture an employe of the states he was load ing a truck and that the one of a was in the way and that pushed the boy aside for safetys keep n and truth He teaches and the life He communicates and the character he All toese Christians are products of the truth and the spiritual power of Who is ever present in the affairs of working for good with them that love As the Apostle Paul preached See Page Plane Troubles Delay Women Fliers Bermuda AP little lady with worldwide plans watched and waited for a break in Atlantic Ocean weather Jerrie Mock was itching to fly to the Azores but weather men did not give her much hope before That cross ocean flight is to be the second leg of the Ohio housewifeaviatrix planned flight around the She is hoping to set distance and time records for her type of singleengine propellerdriven plane while doing The 38 year old mother of three from the suburb of Bexley arrived in Ber muda Radio trouble held up her then the Surinam AP Joan Merriam Smith ran into more mechanical trou ble It caused her to de lay her departure for the next stop on her solo aroundtheworld She is a Navy wife from Long Mechanics were investigating a possibly leaky gas tank on her twin engine Piper Cub they replaced the sparkplugs ajid worked on the Councilman William Hicks quickly stating he thought the residents on Daw son Lane had agreed on the 4th to 3rd Hinig said he thought they wanted it to flow the other And Mayor Joe Pritz stood up to say on the night the residents submitted their they definitely had made no answer when he point edly asked them if they would object to the traffic going from 4th to 3rd I dont think we should pen alize the majority of the people of the city for the benefit of a Pritz He said a traffic survey prov ed that Dawson Lane did not even rate as a oneway street and that rerouting traffic from 4th to 3rd would empty it onto a main traffic Hicks then got Council to ta ble the ordinance for reconsid eration at the April 13 upon 4 residents from Dawson Lane left the murmuring among A move of Byron and Helen Schneiter to have 4 lots on the See PHILA Page 6 Special Pledges Again Boost CIC William OIC chair man for a fund said this morning that several more donors have increased their membership subscriptions totaling This makes a total of added via the increased pledges since Satur Marino said that several other donors have expressed the in tent of doing more to make the drive The CIC is seeking the to finance construction of a pilot plant for Bobbie Brooks and for future industrial With another todays total now stands at Test Results Awaited Chief Sheriff Deputy John Ear lock said this morning he has not recieved the results of polygraph die detector tests given recently to i employes of Dover Molded Products of Dover in connection with auto mobile vandalism It was reported Saturday they had been cleared of any MacArfhur Seriously III WASHINGTON AP Gen eral of the Army Douglas Mac Arthur was reported in serious condition The 84yearold general un derwent emergency surgery Monday night at Walter Reed This Walter Reed spokesmen passed on this re port from Henry hospital commandant He MacArthur is cognizant of his He is talk See Early Story Page 8 But he is seriously The general remains in the recovery room where all fa cilities for intensive care are the hospital spokes man Asked what this he agreed that it was where lifesupporting equipment was immediately MacArthurs family was at the hospital in the generals The general has an opening in his windpipe to aid in breath and a tube through his esophagus to retard bleeding Edward chief of information as of now his postoperativa recovery has been Asked if the general was fighting for his Costello I would not say But his condition is QlfljWJ ITS HERE TODAY SEE PAGE 19   

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