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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Mogadore Gain Team Honors In Tornado Page 13 Over dOO Man Hours Are Needed Each Day Ta Produce The Reporter HBH THE REPORTER HOME EDITION VOL 20 largest Circulation In Toscarawas County DoverNew April Serving Ovtr fomiltet PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Higher Teacher Pay Among Rhodes Items For Assembly Study SEVEN MONTHS Fischer quintuplets of are pictured in their home it was revealed that the family doctor now believes 3 of the infants to be James Andrew center is surrounded by his Mary Marg Mary Mary Magdalene and Mary Ann clockwise from The quints were born last 14 to and Andrew Mary Mary Catherine and Mary Magda lene are believed to be Apology Is Offered For Frenzel Letter Al chairman of the City Democratic Committee of New today issued an apology in behalf of Joseph Democratic candi date for sheriff to those who misunderstood a letter sent to Protestant ministers in behalf of his Brickers statement read as follows There are some even a Who have read some inferenc es a letter I sent last week to Protestant clergymen in be half of Joseph a for sher I wish to clarify several The letter was not sent by the New Philadelphia Demo I Are Charged In Phila Mishaps Two persons were slightly in jured as the result of a 2car accident at Saturday after noon on High and 8th New Police cited Woolson of 844 Broadway after his auto struck the rear of a car operated by Anna Bevan of 221 2nd The woman was treated in Un ion Hospital for a sprained back and while a passenger in her Helen of 314 1st was treated for a sprained Cars driven by James of Newcomerstown and Jeffrey of Uhrichs ville collided at Saturday afternoon on Front at 6th Police cited Cole for failure to signal for a turn and Gibbs for passing on the cratic Committee but by my I composed the no He is running on lis qualifications and Because there are those whc are taking the letter wrongly hereby apologize for that mis wording could Perhaps have been im Funds High On List Ohio gressional high way funds and higher pay for eachers are among items which James Rhodes wants he general assembly to consid er at its next These proposals were some of he items drawn up for the egislatures consideration by Rhodes and his assistants at a meeting over the The planning session was in erpreted as further indication hat the governor may call special session of the legislature after the 5 The jossibility has been mentioned requently in recent Some of proposals are the governors and others are sug gestions from accord ing to John assist ant to the The congressional redistrict ing proposal stems from a re cent Supreme Court ruling requiring congressional districts be nearly as equal in popula tion as McElroy said Sunday that po litical leaders of both parties agree that Ohio will have to re district soon or invite a courl order that all of its congress men be elected at Rhodes also favors changes in the School Foundation Me Elroy which will insure higher rates of pay for schoo teachers and proposals for strengthening the Teachers Re tirement McElroy said Rhodes is less enthusiastic about extended service under the School Foun dation law and believes that ex See Page 6 Vote Puts Ohio Under Federal Appalachia Aid MONEY County coin also known as Numismatic staged their annual show Sunday in New Philadelphia Elks drawing a large number of entries and Tom Haley of Dover won the Best of Show a silver John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Shown admiring Dale Waltons second from right money bug are Ken Hill left of New Phila Leroy Vaught of Jennie and William William Bed Ralph Buterbaugh and Harold all of New Thirteen category awards also were presented and 181 coin lots were Crago Asks for Attorney Perhaps the letters wer sent to the wrong Fo fliat I am also The intent of the letter wa toassist1 aworthy candidate b pointing but a littleknown fac alongwith his many other qua It was not meant t be derogatory to While I have had phone call and letters just about equa in pros and cons I find difficult to understand why s few of my many Catholic friend over the years havent spoke They know they have neve witnessed any action by nor of Main died Fri James Moses of RD arraigned this morning in Common Pleas asked for appointment of a defense counsel in his Previously Danny John president of the Tuscara was County Bar had an nounced that who is charged with the March 28 slay ing of Milton would be defended by Russell Bowers and Arthur though the 2 lawy Area Fatally Hurt In Step Fall SHANESVILLE Ray heard or read any word by that was against them or their The few who may accuse me of being antiCatholic must feel somewhat ridiculous when it is revealed that members of my own immediate family belong to that I care not to what church a person But I can see no wrong in letting it be as in the last presi dential is not the de ciding factor in a political See Page 2 SATURDAY High 69 Low 42 YfiSTERDAY 77 Low 42 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low Pr cloudy 65 46 rain rain Los cloudy cloudy New clear rain clear San clear 58 73 71 83 63 72 75 56 52 56 58 78 44 52 55 49 7 8S RAINFALL Last 24 hours men TOMORROW Sunrise S28 Sunset High 73 Uw If Forecast pos sible Inquiries Made In Coaching Job Dover School Emmet Riley said this morning that sev eral inquiries have been receiv id relative to the opening for a nigh school basketball created lastweek with the resig nation of Jack said that applications for the job will be received at the administration day afternoon Falling down landing in his after apparently stairs ers were present in court this Crago told Judge Lamneck that he had no counsel and asked for the court to appoint one since he had no means of his Bowers and Lim baugh were appointed by the Bar to protect Cragos rights before a Grand Jury they did not represent Crago at the time of his original ar raignment on the murder count in Northern District County Court before Judge Charles Eck At that he was no represented by an attorney anc said he did not want Lamneck deferred arraign ment until an attorney is ap Among 6 other persons ar raigned today was James Eiler of 327 9th Dover See Page 6 Johnson Seeks Billion For Appalachia Assistance By BARRY SCHWEID WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson sends Congress to day a plan to fight poverty in Appalachia with nearly billi on in federal It is must John son said in unveiling the omni from a bus bill at a news conference and Charles who re sided with discovered the body Saturday night when they returned from attending a fu neral Coroner Philip Doughten ruled death was caused by a fractured Born in he was a son of the late and Sarah Marthal Kerr and had resided in Cleveland until coming here in He was a retired em ploye of the Cleveland Electric Illuminating His the former Mary died in He was a member of the Lake wood Methodist Church and the Lakewood Masonic Lodge and Scottish Services will be held Tuesday at 1 Slow Time in Ling ler Funeral Home at Sugarcreek with Arnold Klaiber of ficiating Burial will be in East Friends may 7 to 9 at the He said that the million he is asking for the next fiscal year will not affect the budget because it will be drawn from contingency Johnson has made Appalachia ninestate area that extends rom the mountains of western Chamber Group Promised Administration Restraint7 Lawn call tonight from funeral County Band Units Do Well In Statewide Participation Strasburg and Tuscara was High bands participated in state contests winning one superior and 2 excel Strasburg musicians earned the superior in Cl classification for schools having 150 to 250 students in the 3 All 3 previously had won su periors in district competition earning the right to vie in the state Dovers under the direction of Armand played against 20 other bands at Springfield in A2 classifica tion 600 to students and earned an Kenneth Snapp of Baldwin Nicholas Poccia of Miami Clifford Hite of Findlay College and George Wilson of Ohio State University judged the competition and list ed full band blend and phras ing as the bands strong also cited intonation tone quality and breath suppori 1 Vt 4 n n WAMM in soft areas as being Be The band played Thanks See Page 6 ON THE INSIDE Around The World Dear Abby 19 Crane 1 Doctor Writes 19 Horoscope Hospital News Obituaries Sports Television Womens Pages 13 14 Pennsylvania southward to Georgia and special battleground in his waron He made a rapid and dramat ic sweep through three of the states So convinced did he become of the need for im mediate he told report ers Saturday he worked through the night and the morning with other officials to prepare the The program is the product of a special commission headed by Undersecretary of Commerce Franklin Roosevelt Heres how the nearly bil By REED SMITH Associated Press Writer Ohio ers of southeastern Ohio coun ies agreed unanimously today o put Ohio in the federal alachia The at a meeting of ome 400 representatives from 18 followed an asser ion by Wayne D that Ohio could not share n federal funds without joining he James Rhodes said the decision will not mean abandonment of a separate state development program for the Ohio Valley We will supplement the Ap Dalachia Rhodes said after the decision reached in a closed meeting of the Ohio Valley Research and Develop ment Rhodes appointed the seven man council and directed com mittees on recrea lion would be carved up million to build a mile highway million for stepping u construction of water resource million to build new sew er and water million in federal grants for pasture million in technical as sistance for timber management marketing and million for expanded coal million earmarked for the antipoverty program headed by Sargent By DOUGLAS CORNELL Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON AP Pres dent Johnson said today that imes are good and there is no nherent hostility between busi ness and pledged to businessmen He that the government will act with restraint and In Johnson asked for restraint from businessmen in decisions which affect the gen eral economic wellbeing and responsibility in choosing to support or oppose government policies and proposals which serve all the Johnson faced his largest au dience of repre sentatives of the Chamber of in Constitution In his prepared he said that racial and re Police Seeking Fire Inspector New Philadelphia Police Chief Louis Clark today alerted resi dents to notify the department if a man representing himself as a fire inspector makes a con Clark said that neighbors of 2 New Philadelphia antique collectors were contacted around 9 last night and a man the homes are told police and that the man said he wished to inspect the premises for five ligious discrimination costs more than billion a year and unused or underused man power costs even That is he This administration is dedicated to lifting of the burdens which weigh down our national pro expansion and pros The President covered a broad sweep of domestic and foreign policy in As this nation can be rea sonable without becoming reck less in relations with other na he I believe this government must be more fru gal without becoming less com passionate here at And he told the businessmen in a speech that was friendly and laced with bits of humor that Whatever else you you have an taxpay lightbillsaving Presidenl I in the White House one who has faith in America and faith in American What I know of opportunity See Page 2 It would appear that too many Americans are living in he present asked for keys to Owners of the 2 The neighbors neither had keys To Meet Candidates The Midvale VFW Post will sponsor a public Meet the Can Saturday begin Slow Time in didates night ning at 9 Brightwood There wil be a fish fry and music will be provided by The Cocktails o All May 5 primary candidates will be DAY BRIGHTENER Judge Weighs Next Move On Annexation After an hourlong hassle over legal Common Pleas Judge Lamneck to day took under advisement the matter of removing the annexa tion issue of Dennison to Uhr ichsville from the May primary Dennison Mayor Donald acting as a private citi had filed through his at Arthur a wril of mandamus against the Coun ty Board of Elections members and clerk requiring them to ap pear today to show cause why the annexation ballot should not be All 4 board along with Clerk Victor ap peared with their Pros eculor Harlan Huston die not Spies advised the court tha the last of the board member had been served with notices to appear in jourt only a few mo ments prior to the time The prosecutor then made an oral motion to dismiss the man damus on grounds that it was an improper action filed agains improper Spies argued that members o Dennison and not the See Page 2 tion and other program seg ments to choose between the state and federal Hays told the highway mittee that if Ohio expected fed eral funds for a superhighway between Bridgeport and Cincin nati without joining the federal irogram you are He indicated that the same sta us applied to other portions of fie federallyfinanced Members of tha council amed by Rhodes to make tha letermination are Ohio Univer itys Vernon Al den President Alphus Christen Rio Grande College Presi dent Frank Marietta Sollege Kenner assistant publisher of the Athens Mes lenger Ironton Tribune mblishert James Strafford of businessman and Davis of Oak presi dent of the Southeastern Ohio Regional Fifteen state representatives and senators attended the ses Congressmen Oliver Bolton of Mentor and Homer Abele of Me Arthur also were More than a score of Cabinet Department of De velopment and other state offi cials also The state program envisions industrial attraction of tourists and retired education and and ac tivities promoted by community improvement Backbone of the program would be a superhighway be tween Bridgeport in Belmont County and to make the entire region Officials said million has been programmed for 315 miles of Interstate and primary high ways to open the area to indus try and Rhodes said highway construe See OHIO Page 2 Liquor Agents Hit Breehls Nite Club Clementine own er of Breehls Nite Club at 622 New was cited for Sunday sales and Sunday consumption of malt li quor by Canton agents who raided the bar yesterday after According to William director of the Ohio Liquor Board of Breehl will appear before the Liquor Commission since no arrests were CIVIC Cyb Scouts of sponsored by Strasburg Aloysius planted 3 sweet gum and 3 flowering crab apple trees in Frqnklln Park Saturday to display some of their civic which also coincides with Arbor The planters FRONT Steve Gloueckner Gary Tommy Barchoft and Bobby MIDDLE Greg Bender Roger Tom Fred Allen Tim Danny Randy Litten John BACK Denmothers James Bradfield left and Jay Cubmasfer Donald Bradfield and Denmothers Leal Conner and Tom Not shown are Cubs Don Don Craig Jim David John Tim Tim Sehramm and David Robert Litten end Anna Miflart alia Oft   

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