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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                The A Clear Independent Voice For The County THE DAILY VOL 18 Mitfon In Tnscaraww County April RTER HOME EDITION Serving Over PHONE 42167 7CENTS Nation To Accord MacArthu A Heros Farewell r By RAYMOND CROWLEY NEW YOHK na much of the world began paying a heros homage today to Douglas gallant old soldier who has faded heart of the 84 yeaMiM general of the which had kept beating through three grievous was stilled at EST Sunday at Walter Reed Amy Hospital in Soon thereafter the body of the man who etched his name on so much New Gui Tokyo and Inchon a historic funeral jour ney into a starlit The jbody was brought by motor hearse to this he had lived in a hotel suite since coming home from the wars 13 years Until Tues day morning the body will be at the Universal Funeral from 10 Tuesday until 10 it will lie in repose at the famous 7th Regiment Armory on Park a great brick building with battle mentsand and filled with the trophies of many On the body will be returned by train to Wash From that afternoon until noon Thursday it will lie in state in the Capitol where so recently the body of the martyred President John Kennedy also by military plane it will be flown to the naval city of for funeral serv ices in Pauls Episcopal church and burial in the Mac Arthur Memorial All along the funeral journey there will be the military pageantry reserved for the nations The general had expressed a wish to be buried in be cause there his the for mer Mary Pinckney was reared and The Tributes Are On Page 13 See A Gallant Page 4 city has out of a 114yearold a me morial to a museum for his and a mausoleum for his There are the famous crunched campaign with its scrambled eggs and one of the corncob pipes that were his above the that will receive is this in scription twenty on a hundred around a thousand in long years of peace as well as a soldier who tried to do his duty as God gave him the light to see that Messages of sorrow atMac Arthurs praise for his exploits in World Wars I and II and the Korean police in from around the from former President Harry re called a great controversy with which historians will be wres tling for Truman said Sunday night I am deeply sorry at the passing of Douglas Mac who has given of him self with exceptional strength and valor and will be remem bered as one of the great mili tary men in our On April as the cul mination of great differences in views on how to conduct the Korean Truman dismissed MacArthur from all his com The general wanted to carry See Page 10 Tusky Valley Nabs County Speech Title Members of the wining Tuscarawat Valley one acf play cast and their Ruth shown with the County Speech League are John Rohrer Bill Connie Foster and Sherry Road Hearings Are Continued Protests on points of lav and rightofway caused Coun ty Commissioners today to con tinue 2 road hearings until a later Action on the transfer o Crooked Run Road County Road 52 Klancrest Addition tc Dover Townships road system was deferred to April Residents appeared today t point out sections of law whicl they think put the responsibi lity for construction of a bridge over Crooked Run Creek on The still unsettled question o rightofway pertaining to section of Franklin Township Road 424 has forced postpone ment of further hearings unti June The Jones Construction and the Smith Gas Co of Hartville have lodged pro tests against vacating the sec tion of The commission ers explained that the section includes a bridge which is cost ly to maintain and that a new section of the road is being constructed in connection with new Interstate which wili remove the need of the olc News Briefs WASHINGTON Su preme Court decided today Paul Johnson and former Ross Barnett of Missis sippi are not entitled to a jury trial on criminal contempt Both were charged with con tempt of court for their actions in 1962 when James Mere sought to enroll at the University of Train Kills Ohio CAP Two New York Central Railroad env ployes were killed Sunday when hit by a freight train on the NYC bridge over the Mauraee Oftd we Floyd Double and Clarence Moreland both of Pickets Midvale Mine Is Idled Again deputies were to be a Midvale Mine at 3 ing a scheduled shift change after receiving reports tha more sympathy pickets from Belmont and Harrison counties were to be in the Chief Deputy John Barlock said 3 carloads of picketing miners were at Midvale thi morning but only one was per mitted out of the The lone was enough to halt operations at the recently reopened This mornings shift had en tered the washroom in prepara tion for going into the mine obviously changed their minds and re turned to their Delmar Davis of president of Local United Mine Workers of re portedly was on his way to Bel laire to confer with Tommy Wil business representative for District According to Robert Rut president of Midvale Coal a contract been signed with the union to his knowl none of the roving pick ets are members of Local He said this morning that Williams had informed him the workers in the local should be on the The pickets reportedly are Phila Man Found Not GuiltyOf Striking 9 New Philadelphia Mayor Jo seph Pritz this morning found Kenneth of 145 Park NW not guilty of an assault battery charge filed by Homer Decker of 130 2nd Mayor Pritz said he was not atisfied with the Decker claimed Weller struck is 0yearold BAY BRIGHTBNBR Along about this time every ear we owe our success to Jncle protesting a new contract nego tiated last week in Washington by their union leaders and sofi coal The pickets halted last Friday morning at Midvale but the afternoon shifl worked after the 3 car loads of pickets Man To Face Charge Brent of Newcomerstown was treated for a bump on his head and small cuts on his hands and face after his auto overturned on Route at 10 Saturday Sheriff Young said the man would be cited for driving left of center and reck less Car Antenna Broken Forrest Shearer of 236 Front New re ported to police there at Saturday afternoon someone broke the antenna off his GoCorters Warned N e w Philadelphia Police hief Louis Clark said this worning that parents who al ow children to run motorized gocarts on city streets will be cited into Mayors The warning follows a Sunday com lamt that a youth was motor ing on Church Po jce talked to the boy and said he got the Pest Office Painted The New Philadelphia post office is being given a new wk with an overall paint All rooms and offices on the irst and second floors are be ing painted a pale green hue by Joseph New phia painting Butcher Here Ends Own Life Carl John of 2403 Wooster was found dead this morning in the Eichel slaughter house on Do verZoar Hill where he is a County Coroner Philip T Doughten has not made a ruling on the but sheriff depu ties said it was apparent he took his own Chief Deputy John Barlock said the who had just ar rived for apparently shot himself and hanged himself with a rope at the same Bar lock is holding the a 32 calibre singleshot that reportedly belonged to Born at he was a son of the late Charles and Anna Streb He was a mem ber of Josephs Catholic the Holy Name Society and Knights of Survivors are his the former Maxine McCarthy 5 daughters and 2 Marga Sandra and John of the Walter Mary Schaar of RD 2 and James Patricia Schweitzer of RD both of Marlene Baker of New Philadelphia and Fireman William aboard the Enterprise 2 Charles Mary Torgler and Bernard Leonilda both of and 6 Two brothers preceded him in Services are incomplete at TolandHemg Funeral 4 Motorists Fined On Parking Meter Counts At Uhville UHRICHSVILLE Mayor Robert Croniser has a crack down on parking meter vio First to be fined was John Lumpcik of 642 Ray New who was as sessed Fined each Saturday were Doyje JJoolin of RD New Philadelphia Rudy Case granda of RD and James Decker of Croniser said violators are sent warnings and if they ail to respond warrants will be issued to collect the Tuscarawas Valley Highs drama cast won this years County Speech League OneAc Play contest with Samuel Spe wacks Under the Sycamore presented Friday night in the Little Theatre in New Phila The first place finish also meant the County School Speech League as Tus carawas Valley edged out run nerup and defending champion Caraway by a single point to Directed by dramatics teach Ruth the Tusca rawas Valley play was a soda depicting a colony o ants with the uniquely human problems of learning how to ex press The competition was held both Friday and Saturday Two other high schools Strasburg and also The Caraway cast presented Jean Anouilhs The Lark on Saturday Cast members for Tuscara Valley were Nancy Jim Connie John Dave Bill Finni Sherry Dennis See TUSKY Page 2 At Dovers Methodist Church Opening Sunday More than persons visit ed Dovers First Methodist Church for its official opening Alva Taylor said this The official opening service at was attended by a capacity he During the open house in the approximately went on tours of the new sanctuary and Wellwishers from and surrounding cities and villages Taylor Con gratulatory telegrams were re ceived from all of the churchs living former Weathervane SATURDAY High 44 Low 21 YESTERDAY High 63 Low 25 Elsewhere In High Low 56 36 cloudy 56 46 cloudy 58 47 clear 57 45 cloudy 78 74 Vew cloudy 51 37 rain 60 46 cloudy 63 San clear 56 47 rain 59 39 TODAY 7 50 RAINFALL Last 48 inches TOMORROW Sunset High Low 43 Cloudy and KHRU BACKING LUKEWARM Italian Red Party Against Showdown ROME big Italian lommunist party has come out against Soviet Premier Khru shchevs call for a showdown meeting on the SovietChinese warning that it might cause a formal split in the in ternational Red The Italian Communists made that they are against Peking and might change their position depending on The published in the Communist organ noted that the party had opposed a world showdown meeting all along and had sug gested that individual Commu nist parties should thresh out differences in bilateral The renewed opposition from he largest Communist party in ON THE INSIDE ear Abby 17 four Horoscope 15 Around The World 10 jloren On Bridge 17 lospital News 7 Obituaries 2 5 ports n i2 iVomens Pages e 7 Crane 17 Alvarez 15 the West underscored report from Budapest that Khrushchei is receiving lukewarm suppor from some allies in his battle with the Red Khrushchev had predicted that his call last wdek for a showdown session would rally all So far only the Hungarian and Bulgarian par ties have pledged him alloul Many fencesitting Communist See Page 10 Polling Place Changes Listed Polling places in New Phila delphia and Uhrichsville pre cincts have been changed for he May Board of Elections Clerk Victor Turner announced In New the vot ng place for Precinct Ward has been moved to the Zim merman garage at 124 North NE from the former the Hartsock garage at 445 3rd In for Precinct Ward voting will be done at the residence of Mary Wilcoxon of 926 Trenton nstead of the home of Peter Xenos of 1029 Trenton State Highway Patrol Ayxiliaryman William Clinton right of 204 Superior was awarded a Certificate of Recognition dyring the annual Auxiliary meeting Saturday at Colum Making the presentation is Anson Patrol Clinton was cited for his part in the apprehension of Harry Grove and Alfred Conti Grove was on the FBIs list of Ten Most Wanted Fuibrighf Hits Military Setup In New Attack By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS CHAPEL HILL AP who only 12 ago touched off an ex plosive debate on foreign now says the American people are not now exercising effective control over the and neither is the The charge by the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in a speech Sunday night at the University of North Carolina seemed almost certain io stir another time with the The Arkansas Democrats March 25 foreign policy speech richocheted through both halls f the State ment and the White It still is drawing fire in some His comments on the military came in a keynote speech to the See Page 10 Crash Injuries Fatal To Woman UHRJCHSVILLE Pat iHaltie of 309 1st became the countys ifth traffic fatality of the year when she died Saturday ng in Twin City She had been a patient there with injuries sustained in an automobile accident March 27 when she failed to make a turn iom Trenton onto er striking a utility pole at Water Born in Tuscarawas a daughter of Elizabeth son Starkey of New Philadelphia and the late Andrew she had resided here most of her She was employed as secretary to James Con and was a member of the See Page 2 Protest James business igent for Local ional Brotherhood of Electrical said this morning that he new Towne Kappell meats in New Philadelphia were picketed yesterday in est of nonunion workers used on the 12unit building tephens added that further advertising pickets may ua rdered by plumber and car penter   

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