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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                24 Hours A Day Someone From The Reporter Is Working For You THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION 24 krjjest Circulation In terawas County April Serving Over Fomiliat PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Russia Challenges Red China Prepared To Assist New Brazil Leaders WASHINGTON of State Dean Rusk said to day the United States is ready to work very closely with the new government of Brazil in tackling Brazils difficult problems of economic and social 11 Iff MA President Johnson had sent JlluQC IdKcS a message new Brazilian President Ranieri Mazzilli Divorce Case Under Study Common Pleas Judge H Lamneck has taken under ad visement the testimony give during the 4day divorce hear ing of James and Faye Clous of With a packed courtroom throughout Thursdays session Thad Bowers and Clai Hoffman rested at day earlier than Taking the stand yesterday a a defense witness was A fonso Uhrichsville sur who testified Clous came to his home on only on occasion and to pick up nerv He said she stood inside th back door for 20 to 30 minute until he went upstairs and pre pared the He sai a friend also was at the horn at the On cross examination Atty Clouses askei if the surgeons wife had bee away from the home for weeks during May or June o and replied He siid he did not know Mrs Clouse had been in Clevelanc about the same time and sail he was not familiar with he A letter addressei to Janet Lindell of Gna and admitted as evi dence earlier in the re portedly mentioned about a doctor and his wife going awa on Questioned about a charge for the medicine obtained by Mrs Clouse at his Acei tuno replied he did not know i he sent a bill or Also called as defense wit nesses during the afternoon ses sion were and William Laughlin of 306 Deersville See DIVORCE Page 2 Columbus Flier Continues Trip CAIRO Geraldine Mock of lef today for Saud continuing her solo flight around the world in i singleengine Americas other roundthe world woman Joan Merri am Smith of Long hoped to leave Brazil today for the flight to on the western bulge of A report Thursday said Smith had taken off for but she then reported she hac postponed her departure be cause of uncertain weather over the Weathervane YESTERDAY High 55 Low 31 Elsewhere In High Low snow 57 35 cloudy 56 35 rain 52 34 rain 81 68 Los clear 59 46 cloudy 73 72 cloudy 55 M clear 74 55 San clear 56 52 cloudy 46 M MMissing TTrace TODAY 52 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 48 Low 38 Forecast I T Thursday congratulating him on Brazils having solved its government change within that nations constitutional This established recogni tion of the new regime follow ing the ouster of President Joao Rusk told a news conference that Goulart had been over thrown by a combination of forces representing fears in the Brazilian armed and among state gov ernors that constitutional gov ernment in the country was in They moved o insure the constitutional Rusk Goularts enemies had ac cused him of leading the coun try down the road to commu nism and officials had be come alarmed about Commu nists moving into positions of power in Rusk said he wanted to em phasize that the upheaval which has now taken place in Brazi has not solved all that coun trys problems by any He said he included problems of the size of the ex ternal need for capital in vestment and many It waj clearly in this context that W was in effect holding out the hand of assistance to whatever extent the new Bra See NEW Page 2 Ranieri Mazzilli m GMNreteflllllllll SUL Brazil a troubled Ousted President Joao Goulart flew yesterday from Brasilia to Porto Alegre in Rio Grande Do the southernmost state and only state in the south where he had strong He now is rumored to have fled to Reports Say Goulart Skips To Argentina By FRANK BRUTTO RIO DE Brazi army leader of Brazils antiCommunist rev olution said deposed Presiden Joao Goulart fled into Argentina but Argentine border of ficials said they had not seen the ousted An army spokesman said ear ly today Goulart had left his ranch at Sao on the Ar gentine bound by car for Buenos Aires and already is in Argentine Goularl was reported accompanied by his family and Assis Bra chief of his personal mili ary Authorities in Argentine bor der provinces Goulart had not entered the country and that border patrols were alerted for any clandestine Airport control towers n Paraguay and Uruguay also ivere watching for The military leaders of the almost bloodless revolu who charged that Goularts eftist policies were leading Bra zil into sent six See Page 11 County OneAct Play Test Scheduled Saturday Eliminations for the annual Puscarawas County Speech league OneAct Play Contest fill be conducted tonight and aturday in the Tuscarawas County Little Theatre building at New Students from 4 county chools will take part in the competition which officially mngs to a close the Speech league activities for the current chool Scheduled tonight are Tuscar awas Valley at 7 and Strasburg at Midvale will be on stage laturday night at with Gara way following at According to Linton Hon who has charge of the each performance will be united to 40 He also tated that the Little Theatre ite had been selected by drama oaches because of its excellent acilities and neutral stage stat Absentee Vote Starts Monday Voting by Tuscarawas County esidents who will be absent on Hay day for the primary will begin rictor Board of Elec ons clerk announced Disabled persons also may pply for their ballots from that ate Ballots from absentee and dis bled roust be filed by pril Turner Following Saturday nights fi nal play County Laws will award medals to winners in earlier county eliminations in debate and poetry and to the best oneact play group and A special Speech League tro donated by Belden Brick of will See Page 2 be Transactions Up In County Reports for March from the Tuscarawas County Recorders Office show a definite increase in transactions over the same period in Mortgages filed during the month totaled and mortgages cancelled amounted to making a dif ference of In March 1963 the mortgages filed amount ed to and mortgages cancelled with a dif ference of Other transactions for this past month were instruments 461 financing 279 real estate 167 and fees Figures for March 1963 for the same transactions were in 409 financing state 461 real estate con 163 and fees collected STAMINA IS ADMIRED MacArthur Still In Critical State WASHINGTON AP Gen eral of the Army Douglas Mac Arthurs condition remains but the emergency treatment started Thursday to try to meet the problem o diminished kidney action is quite satisfactor his doctors reported today A medical bulletin from Walt er Reed Army Hospital at also said there has been no bleeding from the generals esophagus for the past 20 Therefore a tube that has been inserted through his throat and into his stomach is aeing removed this the bulletin add Magnolia Man Killed By Dozer MAGNOLIA James a native of was killed instantly Wednesday while working on a highway project near a spotter for heavy arthmoving was truck by a bulldozer while working on Interstate north of Formerly of a on of and William lamilton he graduated rom Sandy Valley High in 1959 and was a Marine Corps veter Hamiltons father died in He is survived by his Melvin Beans of Patricia Cody of and Francis oot of and 2 Villiam of East Canton and larold of Services will be held Sunday at in McCreeryFine rock Funeral Home with William High Burial will be in Sandy Valley Ceme Friends may call at the uneral home from 7 to 9 Satur Marine Corps will hold military services at the Patrol Auxiliarymen Will Attend Conclave Nine members of the Tuscara was County State Patrol Post Auxiliary will attend the annual tale meeting in Columbus Sat his condition remains criti The bulletin reported that the fivestar general passed a fair and that his blood pres sure remained at sumably at about the same point as late Thursday after that his pulse was al still somewhat anc his temperature at just slightly above The doctors were fighting to give their patient sorely need ed time to recover vital pro In they credited his stamina through 11 days of critical condition to his his constitution and his will to His chances are not consid ered but the decline in kidney and heart function re ported Thursday morning sta bilized by The 84yearold general has survived three major operations two of them in 32 days at Walter Reed Army Med ical His blood pressure and previously reported as indicat ing a loss of heart Were last reported within nor See Page H ON THE INSIDE V Around The World Dear Abby Alvarez Crane Churches Goren On Bridge Hospital News Obituaries Sports Womens Pages Meeting Asked For Showdown On Differences By REINHOLD ENSZ MOSCOW AP The Soviet Union finally lashed back at Red China calling for a showdown meeting of the worlds Communist parties to FOB WORLD out communisms big thrash Breaking a sixmonth the Kremlin accused he Chi nese of trying to run the Red lo stir political unrest in the Soviet to sabotage Premier Khrushchevs policy of peaceful coexistence and lo ob tain nuclear weapons at any The Soviet reply occupied nearly an entire edition of the Communist parly newspaper In a frontpage edifo Pravda called Mao Tze tungs regime Ihe main dan ger to the unity of Ihe world Communist Pravda said he final straw was Tuesday when Peking called Khrushchev Ihe great f capitulationist in history Split To Create New Problems By STANLEY JOHNSON NEW YORK AP The Kremlin virtually read the Chi nese out of the world Commu nist movement forecast ing an era which brings new op portunities and new dangers for the United Slates and its How to exploit what appears lo be an unbridgeable chasm be Iween Moscow and Peking was a major concern of the White House and State Department Early Okay For Masses In English Seen WASHINGTON and demanded that Commucan prelates of the Roman Cath nisls in and out of the Soviet olic Church have drawn up de Union repudiate his The party organ called the al ack a terrible insult to our parly and the entire Soviet peo l est It showed conclusively that the leaders of the Communist parly of China have passed all limits in their political struggle against the world Communist the editorial con and have chosen the ommunist parly of the Soviet Union and the Soviet Union as the main target for their at The remainder of the paper contained an anti Chinese speech by Mikhail See Page 11 tailed recommendations for greater use of English in Mass Prompt approval from Rome is About 200 archbishops and bishops and four of the five American cardinals met Thurs day in a secret session at Cath olic University to approve the texts and the extent of English in the sacraments and the Final approval of the new translations was requested of the Ecumenical Councils com mission for the When this is said the Most John archbishop of they See Page 11 Capacity Crowd Sees Mineral City Minstrel Show Boat Minstrel of 1964 entertained the nearly capacity audience last night in Mineral y Auditorium from the open ng chorus Put on a lappy Here Comes the how Boat and Hello My o the finale when the entire company presented Put a Happy Face and Show Mme Is Highway Land Suit Is Filed The Ohio Department of High Aays has filed an appropria ion suit for property of Donald nd Beatrice Cercone of 308 Blake New Philadel The Cercone con isting of and con aining a welding is lart of Ihe land needed in con truction and improvement of Roule Ihe petition Value of the structures is set t and of land at nd the damage to the residue f the property al Acquisition Increases Drug Setup For Wallace Tiernan rday and Jack Attending Auxiliary Riley along said with Riley will be James Fred Paul Cling Carl Homer Rine Robert and Al ert Council Meets Tonight UHRICHSVILLE Mayor lobert Croniser has advised hat the special council meet ng will be held at 6 tonight nstead of 7 as previously an Wallace Tiernan is ex panding its drug divisions with he acquisition of Pharmacraft laboratories from Joseph Seagram for about shares of Wallace Tiernan common plus an assumption of certain Robert presi dent of Wallace Tiernan stated that Pharmacraft Labo ratories will become a part of the Pharmaceutical Divisions of Wallace Tiernan and that the manufacturing facilities located in will continue to operate in that marketing and accounting functions formerly located in New York City will be moved to where Wallace Tiernan head quarters its pharmaceutical op Robert Strasenburgh vice president in charge of the Wallace Tiernan Pharmaceu tical slated that with the addition of the annual sales volume of the drug which include Strasenburgh WTS Pharmaceuticals and Strasen burgh would ap proximate Prior to the Wal lace Tiernan consumer brands were for ath letes and for diaper Pharmacraft will add 4 popular consumer Fresh Deodorants Al for allergy for cough and Ting medicated Wallace Tiernan reg istered record earnings in 1963 of on sales of The company is a diversified producer of chemi mechanical equipment and Chemical Group specialties included Patilyn Randy and Butch McAf fee in a novelty dance Jean and Glenn Janice and Darlene The Slop Nancy Mary Ann Mary Jean Baker and Mary Jane saxo phone quartet Bob Bill Sterling Jesse Gary Leavengood and Adrian Ihe Zoarville Baby Dolls singing and dancing group Violet Mae Margaret Jeannie Ar chinal and Dave Lewis as the Hillbillies Penny Barb Gelda Pat Scott and Alice Crone as Ihe Ladybugs Dusly See Page 2 Building Permit For Warehouse Is Sought By Reeves Dovers Reeves Steel and a subsidiary of Em pireReeves Steel filed for a building permit this morning in conjunction with a building expansion program which was announced last De The construction will consisl of square feet of ware house space which will serve a 2fold of in ventories and ease the crowding to provide a more efficient op Completion date for the project is slated for June or The last major expansion pro gram al Ihe Dover whose parent company is Universal Cyclops of was in 1955 when the galvaniz ng line was moved long before the Soviet nist party issued its showdown Now it has become a vital To most it long has seemed inevitable that a defini tive break with China would mean Ihe Soviet Union Would have to work to improve rela tions with the Not only does such a break mean the return to the relative ly small socialist camp of tha late it also means lha Soviet Union must guard the worlds longest border against an openly hostile Ih addition to the United firmly opposing Commu nist expansion to tha there is now also Communist firmly opposing Soviet policy in the Premier Khrushchev must thanking his lucky stars he re sisted all pressures to help China build an atomic Wilh its limited fal tering and pledges See Page 2 Bandit Sent To Given Term In Prison Uhrlchsvilles 20 year old masked David Gara has been ruled insane by Common Pleas Judge Ray mond Rice and will be commit Led to Lima State Hospital for therapy for an indefinite making the de cision following a sanity hear mg last also sentenc ed the youth to the Reforma tory at Mansfield for 1 to 15 years on the first charge of arm ed robbery on a 4count mation filed by County Prose cutor Harlan Execution of the prison sen Rice said in his written will be suspended until he defendant is discharged rom the menial Garabrandt was placed on probation for the other t also is to be served after his hospital Car Trunk Is Looted UHRICHSVILLE Police ad vised Geraldine Hasseman of 112 Thompson they had iound the trunk of her auto open at 1 A spare tire and wheel were tfasseman said that the trunk lad not been It is the Board Awards City Contracts Dovers service announced today all of he contracts for cily except have been let by he Board of All con racls will commence May 1 and run through April The contracts are as fol lows i JacksonBayley Electric electric meters Westinghouse Electric Supply crs Furbay Electric Supply electric lamps Wagner Lumber cedar poles Racder Water remodeling and Sewer the washed be parlment Office Spring gravel no sand will chased this SinclairRC fining gasoline Standard Slag for Wallick Coal and Edgar Spring cold T35 hot Mc5 bituminous and road Window Breakers Sought At Phila Eugene Endres of RD New reported to police yesterday afternoon that boys have been breaking windows at Endres Floral on 6th r At Dana of RD New backed an autcj into a post at Citizens DriveIn branch bank on Broadway and Fair 1 Theft of gasoline from trucks parked at New Philadelphia wtBKLsrs pzt trtrja from imlniLcrl IrimLu diV vision in from unlocked trunks   

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