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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Better Photography A Mark Of Reporter Quality 32 Circulation In Itoearawas loamy DeverNew April 1964 REPORTER HOMS EDITION 1 Rail Knots Serving Over fomfftet PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Strike Averted Dick Shetler Holds Blue For GEIn America sMoon Game Some 25 years Dick Shetler was an egg candler and butchers helper at Carver store in Richard at General Electrics command system where only last week Industrialist of the Year at a large be The son of the late and M Strasburg heads 3 GE departments and employing more than and made into a single company thej 5 general manager of the 50 largest firms in the In layman language the present re division at Daytona he was honored as James Shetler of one operative If separated from GE would make one of and his associates is putting astronauts on the moon and bringing them back to Shelters rise through the executive almost meteoric as a space T are responsible for a broad range of primarily electronic in Those divisions are Apollo Su at Uaytona Communications Prcducts Department at Military Communicilioiis Department at Oklahoma City and the Mississippi Test Support A C 1 Ol I r A GE sketch on Shetler says Dur Shetler has demonstrated a marked a C lead several of the most defense and space projects ever undertaken by He es1 ablished an outstand ing record for managing the developrrent of complex radar ponsibility of Shetler ranks of GE has been his departments and Department at ng his 20year career ility to organize and and communication systems for long Shetler first attracted the attention i as a green project engin he was assigned to a 3dimensional radir warning He RICHARD DICK SHETLER was handicapped in testing his theoi Viave adequate range f GE executives er at es because he didnt f v y v Serenity Prevails On Fair Grounds NEW YORK New York Worlds Fair apparentlj settled down today to a peace ful and pleasant routine under a warm The tenor of the billiondollar fairs second day was in market contrast to the racially hectic many with strolled about the 646 acres o reclaimed marshland where Wednesday hundreds of civi rights pickets sang and Dies In Home UHRICHSVILLE Clarence wellknown resi dent of Deersville died of a coronary attack this morning in his He had been ill 5 Son of the late John and Iso phine Shamel Romig and a life resident of he served in many community projects and his services were recognized by the Weather Bu reau and the Chamber of Com merce at a testimonial A Uhrichsville High gradu he was a selfeducated sta tionary receiving his license in In 1958 he re tired after 57 years as superin tendent of the Twin City Water Department and the Ohio Serv ice starting with it 14 months after its He initiated a long career as a me teorologist and weather observ er in 1909 and still was Twin City weather observer at his His the former Mabel died in He was a member of Mystic Tie Lodge of Tuscara A threatened opening day stallin of automobiles on highways leading to the fair grounds in Queens did not ma But that didnt stump the Strasburg sity He simply wrote out one building Never and overlords received such a requisition building and was immediately tagge promising men in GE That was in 1946 and he had bee having gone there from Ohio gineering trainee on longrange navi 1946 he was named production projec to liaison engineer in ame a major project The next year he was promote the electronics division and soon working on one of the rations priority radar search of ground radar The picketing and demonstra 9 Slietler was chosen as sup tion related to the opening re engineering and 2 years later becam suited in more than 300 arrestv n was seleced to manage i mostly for disorderly the responsibility for the developm ligh and Ohio Univer a requisition slip for never have GE But Shetler got his as one of the most with GE less than 3 University as an en ation In engineer at Schenec department special radar project The racial combined with the held the official first day attendance to It had been estimated that to would be There were a few bloodied but no serious One of the city and private policemen on duty said the dem onstrators were treated with kid We had instructions from our captains to go said Robert leader of one Chanting freedom See Page 20 lent of the longest range radar system built in the free The onetime egg candler and butchers helper really was on hi way to the When GE was selected in 1957 a prime contractor for Atlas ICBM Shetler was apfointed manager of the sponsibility for the designing and production of the radio newly formed missile guidance section with over all re Negotiators Take In Argeemenfs By NEIL GILBRIDE WASHINGTON give and take agreement has ended the threat of a nationwide rail road strike with President Johnson a victor in the tough est domestic test of his admin A few hours after the agree ment was two dissi dent union officials threatened to strike part of the New York Central But sources involved in the negotiations in Washington discounted the pos sibility that the threat would be carried obviously went before television cameras Wednesday night to announce settlement of the highly complex dispute a little more than 48 hours before a sched uled strike threatened to tie the nations economy in The agreement in effect gave Shown is the roofless portion of the Carl Lebold home destroyed in this rnormng fire near The blaze started in a utility room and sp ead t Hie bedroom and tO See DICK SHETLER See Page 20 News Briefs WASHINGTON AP Pres ident Johnson will tour the de pressed Appalachian area FrU he announced at a news conference Johnson said the governors of the Appalachian states will be invited to meet with him at He said he also will make slops in South and Inez and Dover Postal Changes Set Dover Postmaster Clifford Hagloch announced today that n line with President Johnsons irogram providing for cuts in Federal income adjust ments are being made in the jostal service provided by al ost offices throughout the Effective May there will be 10 parcel post delivery from he Dover office on Wednesdays with the exception of rural routes and residential mounted First class air parcel perishable articles and special delivery parcels will be On according to Postmaster there will be only one consolidated stamp and parcel post window open from 8 to No money orders will be sold that day and rural carriers will not accept money order applications on there will be no Postal Savings transactions that The postmaster also pointed out there will be no after hour call service nor after hour win dow The New Philadelphia post of fice will operate on the same These adjustments in postal services were ordered in Wash RETALIATION WITHIN MINLTES POSSIBLE Page 2 union members financial gains in exchange for letting the rail roads reduce Just how many jobs will be affected or how much money the rail roads may save wont be known for some time after the general agreement is translated into contract The biggest issues of the long elimination of some firemens jobs and re vision of the number of the rest of train were not at stake in the new They are in At the time of the threatened nationwide tieup last Con gress stepped in with the first compulsory arbitration law in peacetime The result was a ruling permitting elimin ation of the firemen on diesel freight and yard trains and call ing for review of the crew makeup issue on a local The unions have gone before the Supreme Court with an ap peal against that The carriers have agreed not to start cutting off firemen or re viewing train crew size until the high court has In herding union and man agement negotiators successful ly through 13 days of emergen Sce Page 20 Mill Township Audit Reveals Discrepancies The Ohio Bureau of Inspec tion and Supervision of Public Offices report on an audit and examination of Mill Township records indicates shortages amounting to Of the discrepancies 3 totaling relate di rectly to Josephine for mer township according to the A breakdown showed as overpayment for convention for road oil receipts not accounted for and for receipts pertain ing to cemetery Three other in the re port filed from the office of Glenn who works under the Secretary of involve per diem They are See Page 20 Fire Guts Home On Rural Route Fire of unde termined origin gutted 3 rooms and a garage at the Carl Lebold home on RD early this morning and also dis rupted the owners planned fishing who resides in the 10 yearold brick home with his was roused from his sleep at by heavy He awoke his daughter and then attempted to call According to parties on the line refused to give it Lebold then went to the burn ing attached garage and pulled the car to He returned to the smokefilled house and the telephone line was Mineral City firemen received the alarm at Fairfield Township and Bolivar firefight ers also were Mineral City Fire Chief Bill who alerted the 2 other set a damage esti mate in excess of The a bed room and utility room and con tents were totally Homan said the blaze started behind a refrigerator in the utility By the time firemen the flames had eaten through the With approximately 50 volunteers from the 3 depart ments on the the fire was extinguished within 45 Some firemen remained on the scene until this morning to See Page 2 Youngster Gets TV Reply PARK President Johnsons announce ment of the nations railroad dispute settlement has gained him the special friendship of at least one Hes said Cathy May He mentioned my Two weeks Cathy May wrote to the asking him to keep the railroads run ning so her May Coyle of could be present at the girls first Holy Communion last Sat Wednesday via network President Johnson answered the second Cathy he said in an nouncing the if you are watching I am pleased to tell you that the rail roads are going to continue to See Page 20 Aerialists Aimed At Cuba By FRED HOFFMAN WASHINGTON AP Hun dreds of jet fighter bomb ers and attack planes each capable of hurling tons of ex plosives are poised within striking reach of a check disclosed A significant force of these high powerfully armed jets could be over carefully ington 10 by Postmaster General John Growiouski to save Castr threa recon The been It reac a hi nais the Pe caut dere Th talia Steis Accepts New Position William vice presi dent and general manager of will become general manager of WOSU at Ohio State University on May who had been associat ed with the local station since also will work with the telecommunications center at the where he has been studying for his doctors He received his BA at Notre Dame and his masters at University of Florida where he also taught 4 For the Steis will continue as general manager and vice president of the Dover He and Steis have been active in numerous civic He was president of the Little Theatre and vice president of the County Red Cross Chapter and United Community Fund and served as administrator of the Philharmonic Camp for years and on the committee ing which was instrumental in eswill tablishing a Kent State Aoademahea ic Center in New pinpoiited Cuban antiaircraft missih batteries within minutes of any order to Some of them are posted at Air FJorce and Navy bases in Others are aboard two big aircraft carriers now in the ident the State Pre Department and other offi cial aid unofficial sources have been warning Cuba of possible serious consequences if Fidel i follows through on his to shoot down American laissance ie warnings have prompted by a belief that the Sc viets may be about to turn over to the Cubans 24 complexes of S 2 antiaircraft as such a able to that downed h altitude U2 recon nee plane over Cuba at ak of the 1962 tagon sources said no pre nary alerts have been or most probable form of re observers fer Coun Hum has from New loca New Coili ship Bol In Humphries Buys Tract Ac ording to real estate trans cords in the Tuscarawas y Recorders Harry hries of New Philadelphia urchased acres of land Theodore also of The tract is d off Route west of across from s in Dover Town would be a swift blow to knock out one or more of the Cuban antiaircraft missile Almost certainly it would be a high explosive al though all the jets are capable of nuclear Coming in low under the American fighter bombers and attack jets could hit fast and hard before the defenses could sources The United States gets photo graphic coverage of all of Cuba by high altitude planes at least once a Dover Teachers Elect Officers Approximately 70 wives and husbands attended the Dover Teachers cov ered dish dinner meeting last night in Park The theme was The Best of Outlook for 1964 Tom Kane president and senior high guidance coun reviewed last years ac tivities and Park Arline discussed the outlook for next Armand Houk presented a program of folk mu The following officers were elected president Glen principal at East vice president Donna var On Fast Time ddition to other surround ommunity residents who be turning their clocks Sunday will be those in and and Grace Donna DAY BRIGHTENER A smart man never tells his wife a just thinks he Weathervane YESTERDAY High 74 Low 36 Elsewhere In High Low 70 39 64 46 67 36 clear cloudy cloudy Los cloudy 63 55 cloudy 78 76 New clear 47 46 cloudy 73 42 rain 72 57 San clear 54 46 cloudy 62 48 TODAY 7 41 RAINFALL Last 24 hours trace TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 70 Low 52 Forecast Partly cloudy and Legion Selects BBS Delegates Dover American Legion Post in cosponsorship with Do ver Dover Dover Midway Lumber Jeeves Banking Trust and the Knights of will send 5 local youths to Buckeye Joys State at Ohio University June Selected for the 10day event are Richard Terry De Bois and Rodney Kendle of Do ver and Kenneth Seikel and Charles Schubert of Jo Alternates are Peter Barry Gerald Contini and Ronald Strasburg To Get New Post Office Strasburg will get a new post Thats the word today from Stephen Youngs office in An assistant said the post of which has occupied the present building at 123 Woos ter for 60 will be moved across the street to 120 Wooster into complete lyremodeled The General Service Adminis tration office in Chicago is ex pected to take bids shortly for the The building reportedly is owned by Newton of Occupancy date for the new office is Action for a new facility was initiated by Regional Postal of ficials in who rec ommended that the move be Strasburg residents and postmasters had asked for a the last several new facility The new office will have a whitebrick front and the in erior will provide the latest in lighting and customer service Asphalt tile loors will be installed and the Peg Weaver Improves Miss Alga Peg Weaver of 415 15th county home extension is up in the air these While motoring to a Colum bus meeting a defective tire went A service station employe was selling her a new ire when another one fell against her right breaking i blood Since then shes een at home on doctors order to keep the leg in a raised It is improved enough hat she could mako a brief iowatowa walls Separate boxes and lobbies stamp for lock sales are acuvo aTB New counters will be built with open bankstyle win All present serviceable equipment will be moved into the new Floor space will be increased from 800 to square Ine present building underwent some remodeling in 1958 when a See Page 2 2 Auto Crashes Reported In PhiIa No citations were issued in 2 auto mishaps investigated in New Philadelphia Police said a car driven by Jack of 342 1st NE collided with one op erated by James McLaugh of Uhrichsville at 4th and Park In a mishap on High Ave at last night a car driven by Donald of 268 Carrie NW struck the rear of one operated by Hugh Niu of 1234 Lakeview ON THE INSIDE Around The World 20 Crane 29 Alvarez 31 Dear Abby 39 Goren On Bridge 31 Hospital 15 Obituaries 2 Sports 17 18 Television n Your Horoscope 31 Pages J4 IS   

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