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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                A Hot Line Between Johnson And GOP Chiefs Becomes Xold By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson has cut off direct communications with Republic an congressional leaders in pos sible miffed reaction to their criticisms of his foreign policy Not since he asked them to the White House 29 to par ticipate with Democratic col leagues in a discussion of the Panama crisis has the Presi dent talked to either Senate Republican Leader Everett Dirksen of Illinois or House GOP Leader Charles Halleck of This provides sharp contrast with Johnsons demonstrated de sire in the first critical weeks of his presidency to court Repub lican support for his In that the President often called Dirksen on the phone a half dozen times a summoned him to the White House frequently and talked over with him many of the legis lative and other problems that were When an anonymous White House source criticized Halleck in December for blocking speedy House action on the for eign aid Johnson had Hal leck in for He apologized for the the phones have gone silent and the White i House informal and have Dirksen and Halleck are in clined to attribute the two months1 hiatus in communica tions to the fact that it is a pres idential election Their at titude is that they can get along very well without being consult ed by a Democratic chief exec Highly placed Democrats are convinced that developments at and since the 29 meeting have convinced Johnson that the Republicans intend to try to make political capital out of his troubles in Panama and else The meeting was described by participants as so Sec HOT Page 13 35 County Reporters Mean Complete County Coverage VOL 48 HOME EDITION Serving Over Families Largest Circulation In Tusearawas County DoverNew April 1964 PHONE 42167 7 CENTS CANCER Four principals at la st nights Tuscarawas County Cancer Society fund crusade kickoff meeting i n Union Country Club are shown in a fighting They are John Ely Ohio Division crusade James dermatologist at Ohio State University and guest and Louise Sherwood and Carl campaign Approxi mately 85 volunteers heard McCre ary recap the history and goals of the Cancer pointing out that Americans would be stricken with the disease this The county goal is and the east central division of which Warren Parrish of Dover is is Board To Act On MWCD Inn Next Tuesday Final action on construction of the proposed Atwood Lake Inn will be taken next Tuesday when directors of the Muskin gum Watershed Conservancy District hold a special Secretary Treasurer Bryce Browning announced Bids for the new opened March 19 but the pro posals were substantially high er than the Brown ing the federal government cannot increase its contribution to the project and the District must assume any additional he The in is limited by the funds made available through its revenue bond Browning said various plan changes are under consideration in light of the Of special concern to direc tors is the matter of costs as sociated with the providing of natural gas service to the area and the inability of Carrol County Commissioners to as sume anticipated assistance in providing access he The District also wants to confirm the State Highway Departments ability to com plete required paving projects prior to opening of the much needed The inn will cost approximate ly million with the federal government providing During a talk before Dover Ki wanis Club on Monday William who will manage the inn for Federal Catering of Ohio said It will be one of the facilities in this part of the Clearing of sites for the inn and adjacent guest facilities was started several weeks along with road David member of the nternationally famed Cleve and will be trumpet oloist with the Tuscarawas County Philharmonic Orchestra April 19 in Dover High audi The Sunday night con which begins at will onclude the current 196364 sea on of 4 performances under iugene The young Cleveland artist will play a number of selections n displaying the brilliance and lexibility of his jrincipally Haydns Concerto in Flat for trumpet and orches and a brace of concert including the Concert Stude Opus 49 by Goedicke and Rossinis The lat er compositions will be per ormed with piano accompani originally from De See Page 13 AT MINERAL CITY Minstrel Show Opens Thursday MINERAL CITYFinal re hearsals will be held tonight fo The Show Boat Minstrel o 1064 being sponsored by Min eral City The first per formance will be Thursday nigh at 8 in Mineral City Auditorium A second show will be presentee Saturday at the same time in Tuscarawas Valley and Robert Maure are with Maure also serving as interlocutor Carolyn Tuscarawas Val ley High is musi director and Evelyn and Peggy Mathey are Tickets for both performance will be available at the doo IQ cents for students and Page t Noted Trumpeter Play In Dover DAVID ZAUDER Massillon Man Gets First Federal Post Appointment of Paul Foust of Massillon as executive vice Dresident and a director of First Federal Savings Loan of Do ver was announced today by the Board of who has had 28 years of experience in the savings and loan was executive vice secretary and general manager of Massillon Savings Loan for the last L7 An Wallace was pastor of the Ger man Reformed Church in New Philadelphia many years ago and his was pastor of First Reformed in Massillon from 1898 to 1916 and then started Lowell Reform ed in serving there un til his death in Foust is a graduate of Me Kinley High and Canton Busi ness He also studied PAUL FOUST with attended the American Savings Loan In See Page 13 It Was Real noted for its jumped the gun on noted for its In any last month was down right A total of inches of rain unundated the county last most of which fell in the first 10 days of the month Jo create some flood The delyge more than doubled the normal rainfall of inches for the according to New Philadelphia The average temperature also was lower than despite several of balmy springlike The average was compared with the normal average of High for March was a 70degree reading on March Low was 12 on March 1 and matched last A return to normalcy is indicated with a predicted high of 60 under cloudy Brazil Rebel Revolt Spreads Against Goulart BULLETIN RIO DE JANEIRO AP A to oust President Joao Joulart gathered speed ederation of workers in support if paralyzed The chief of the Commercial Declaring Brazil will never Aviators Union went on the gov rnment network to urge avigators and other commer ial aviation employes to stay ff the job International wireless com lanies continued The Merchant Marine See Page 2 become another navy and state political lead rs deserted The said their army columns marching on Rio de Janeiro were being joined by soldiers ent out by Goulart to repel RIO DE Brazil AP Embattled President Joao Goularts government said t had dispatched troops to rebel oints north and southwest of lio de Janeiro today in an ef ort to smash a spreading re volt against his left leaning As Goulart sought to rally orces loyal to Hum berto Castello chief of he army general and two other high commanders de clared they had swung to the rebel Justice Minister Abelardo Jurema announced that units of the stillloyal 3rd Army had been sent from Rio Grande do Sul to attack the rebellious 2nd Armys base in the industrial center of Sao 220 miles southwest of Goulart also ordered troops to move against Juiz de in Minas Gerais State 80 miles north of Rio where the revolt erupted and against Belo the capital of Minas A rebel radio proclaimed Juiz de Fora the revolutionary Rebel broadcasts said the van guard of the 2nd Army com manded by Amaury KrueJ and a force of led by Olimpio commander ol the 4th Military Region at Belo were converging on Rio de Janeiro to try to depose A proclamation announcing their switch to the rebel cause was signed by the chief of staf and Arthur da Costa y Silva and Decio Palmeiro Esco It charged that Goulart had placed himself in openjllegal ity through successive attempts against the just practice of the democratic Downtown Rio was virtually deserted this morning as a gen eral called by the Com munistdominated general con Vocational Study Units Are Formed Appointments within the Tus carawas County area vocation al high school steering com mittee have been announced by Garrison chairman The committees will study rec ommendations of the Depart ment of Vocational Education ol the Ohio Department of Edu cation concerning a vocational school in this The following committees were first with chairmen listed Lester Francis Put and Earl Richard Kenneth Bart ter and Leonard bust ness Robert Freitag C Lorenz and Richard Kaiser home ec onomics Earl Titas Weaver John trade and industri and R Mel Carl Krebs Miss Weav Kaiser and general information YESTERDAY High 35 Low 10 Elsewhere In High Low cloudy 73 14 cloudy 35 26 T clear 29 10 Los cloudy 59 54 clear 70 61 New clear 38 28 30 15 cloudy 58 32 San cloudy 56 53 43 32 TODAY 7 SNOW Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW High 60 Low 30 Forecast Cloudy and warm By Reversed T ot Guiltv A legal technicality in the arraignment of James Moses of RD charged yesterday with second degree murder of Milton Swon gcr last was cleared up this morning in Northern District County Crago entered a no contest Welcoming Donald Hart state grange chaplain to last nights grange banquet are Henry Maurer left Pomona Herb Donald Pomona and Earl deputy Clay Contract Talks Resume Chairmen of the United Brick and Clay Workers Union and management committees are meeting to negotiate contracts which expire today and will af fect between and clayworkers in Pennsyl vania and The strike deadline reported ly has been set for Saturday William business agent of District Council 9 of the was in conference this morning and could not be reached for If the scheduled for today and with of ficials of the Michigan Sewer pipe show signsof another session will probably transpire on The Friday meeting is slated for 10 at the Holiday Inn in Petry is the chairman for the manufacturers negotiat ing 250 Hear Ohio Chaplain At Annual Grange Event Restaurant Burns CLEVELAND AP Twelve persons fled the Playhouse Res taurant and Lounge Bar at 1415 Euclid Tuesday night when a fire broke out in the Mike the said grease in a broiler ignited and sent flames shooting to the Firemen estimated the loss at Approximately 250 people from 15 granges attended last nights 29th annual Tuscarawas County Grange banquet in Johns United Church of as Donald Hart of West Salem spoke on the lost art of state grange chap said that farming is be coming more of an art than ever before and that there are fewer artists on the farm because of reitrement and more opportunities in the There will be a time when the farmer will be appreciated Mdntyre Case Reset Monday The case of Wade Me of Tuscar awas has been con tinued until Monday by Judge Charles Eckert in Northern District County Mclntyre is charged with assault and bat tery by Mary of 210V6 Tuscarawas who says Mclntyre slashed her face March 11 in the Wagon Wheel Bar on Tuscarawas Judge Eckert requested the weeks continua tion for further legal prepara and awarded for his be cause a man cannot learn all there is to know about farm ing from a book he must have the the chaplain pointed He concluded in the fu the farmer will have to have a combination of skills ac quired not only from his back ground on the but also from an agricultural In Hart com mented that he felt the real artist will also keep the Sab bath Day a holy day instead of working on Entertainment was provided by tha Fairfield who performed a the Winfield trio of Mary and Jane Sch wartz and James and the Jefferson Grange 4piece pica Tuesday and Judge Charles Eckert accepted the plea and bound him over to the April Grand Jury under This Crago reap peared in flanked by Prosecutor Harlan Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investiga tions Howard Scith and Do ver Police Kenneth Daf forn and Joseph Zahler to cor rect the The no contest plea was Spies said that he had advis ed the court it could not accept the no contest plea and that the Clerk of Courts could not accept it because a felony was He then ar ranged for this mornings ses According to Judge Crago then entered no I am bound by Eckert enter his consequent as not guilty to the According o 2 lop aides of Ohios William there is no question that the no contest plea was in but neither saw any ma jor complications from the plea or because Crago was not rep resented by counsel at the ar Crago told the court yester day he did not desire counsel and added today he would not attempt to post the The Common Pleas judge can just change the plea to not guilty as the court has to do in a murder case first assistant to the attorney gen Joe toid the Daily Reporter And if he has counsel at his trial there should be no trouble with the federal added Chief Counsel Larry That unless Sam wins on that put in Samuel Sheppard is ap pealing his case in the federal claiming that his consti tutional rights were abridged when he was not given an See Page 2 Womans Arm Husband Is Arrested George Crow of 408 2nd New is being held in County Jail after his wife told police he returned home intoxicated last night and broke her Police found Crow at a neighbors home and took her to Union A warrant for Crows arrest was issued by Robert probation Pfii7o Bottling Firm Expands Royal CrownNehi Bottling of New Philadelphia will occupy new quarters by mid June in the new industrial park being developed south of Mid vale by New Philadelphia build er Leo Owner Robert Weber said yesterday that an 80 x 150 near the planned Interstate Route 77 giving a fleet of company trucks con venient outlet to the interstate The purchased by Web gasheated and partially air distributive education Alga would be the princi Waldpn Leggett and pal item of a contemplated expansion program New including the latest in automatic Atlee Don Edwards and will make the building new from front to back and from top to Weber announc The building will be the near Robert Glennan est to Stillwater Creek in the area situated on Routes 25Q8 ON THE INSIDE Around The World Dear Abby Alvarez Crane Goren On Bridge Hospital News Obituaries Sports Womens Pages Your Horoscope er from and Thehna Pat terson in will re tain its present location at 205 Broadway for storage and office with consideration given to leasing or selling if some other company is interest The new bottling plant will be located on a 3acre site and will be constructed with future ex pansion plans in Weber We are happy that our business warrants us making this but we dont plan to rest on our We want to keep Now employing 13 the company presently holds ex elusive franchise rights for the comes to See Page 13 Glenn Wont Accept Draft Ohio porters of John Glenn were to meet here today to discuss plans to draft the injured space hero for the Democratic senatorial nomina tion in But even as Glenns backers converged here Glenn did all he could to discourage a ing From his hospital bed in where the former astronaut is recuperating from a head Glenn reaffirmed his Monday announcement that he would not contend for the Glenn I am not looking for a draft and will not accept I know you are accustomed to hearing political doubletalk from people wanting a draft but my decision was made on the advice of doctors and with no I have withdrawn from the race as stated and that is Glenn BRIGHTENER 3 About   

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