Tuesday, April 28, 1964

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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1964, Dover, Ohio Alvarez Is Nationally Recognized Reporter Columnist THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION 28 Largest Circulation In Connty DovftrNew April Serving Over PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Seek Federal Aid To Defray Survey Plans New Philadelphia City Coun cil passed a resolution and an emergency ordinance last night to set in motion longstanding plans for the extension and en largement of the citys storm sewer Other Major actions during the lengthy session were Mayor Joe Pritz use of veto against Councils vote to make Dawson Lane a oneway street from 3rd to 4th Authorization for adver tising for bids for water and sewer pipe needed to extend lines to the Holderbaum Addi tion on the Ordering Service Direc tor William Stevenson to serve J06 property owners with 60day notices to have their sidewalks repaired or be assessed for the Council voted unanimously for ihe resolution authorizing May or in behalf of the to file with the Government for an advance in funds needed to defray the engineering sur vey and planning costs in con nection with the storm sewer Such advances are provide for planning of public works by amended Public Law 83rd The funds ad vanced are returned and only the public works plans are finally carried the resolution does provide that the city will supply such funds which might be needed to de fray the planning costs in addi tion to the federal With the resolution then moved to the pas r sage of an emergency ordinance directing themayor and service director to enter into contract with Niple consult ing engineers from to prepare preliminary plans for the proposed storm sewer sys Approval of Columbus firm had been voiced at the April 13 Council The emergency ordinance pro that no services will be given by the firm until the Federal Community Facili ties Administration has advanc ed the funds to be requested by Pritz for the public works City Solicitor Donald Zimmer man suggested that and perhaps other Council handcarry the petition for funds to the Federal offices in Chicago in order to expedite the mat 1 is the deadline for the Council to have the storm sewer proposal ready in its final form to be placed on the ballot for See PHILA Page 10 Council Sets Wheels In Motion For Storm Sewer System Cope Again Tops Maharajah Vote For Follies Role Darrell Cope of the Dover Ki wanis Club has regained the lead in the contest to select a Maharajah for the Union Follies slated May 67 in ver High Cope now has polled Bob Shryock of Dover Exm8 the lssuewmch wl11 be on change Club is a close second the May 5 primary points with and Frank Brechbiel out growth is dependent up of Dover Lions has moved into on use of motor vehicles to the 3 spot with The contest closes April 30 X UwlilCwl Voting stations are at Kreisher speed state and interstate high Drugs in Dover and Heller way construction without new Drugs in New AND GODFREY SCHEETZ Chamber Receptio rises LBJ By JACK BELL WASHINGTON his reception by the Chamber of Commerce is a reliable in President Johnson has won the general approval of the nations business But many of those who ap plauded or laughed 60 times during his hours rambling dis course before the group Monday obviously are going to take a hard look at Johnsons dealings with the big labor unions before they reach any final political judgments on Johnsons reception by the chamber was an astonishing After his one mem ber of the overwhelmingly Re publican audience observed Maybe not a soul here will vote for But hes sure Friday Is Special Day For Sfrasburg Couple By Jtianita Abel Womens Page Editor Although no special plans are being Friday will be special for and Godfrey Scheetz of 407 Bod mer They will be observing anniversaries marking their 55th wedding and Scheetz 80th is the for mer Mary Elizabeth daughter of the late and Jacob Bair of Strasburg and who came to America from Germany with his parents at the age of is a son of the late and Jacob The couple resides with a son inlaw and and Reese Helen and the 2 families moved to their present home several months ago after residing on the Bolivar Their only other a Elsie died 5 s Sanity To Be Studied AP Jack Ruby may escape the electric chair if his counsel can convince the jury in a sanity trial that the balding convicted slayer of Lee Harvey Oswald is Judge Joe Brown said Mon day he will empanel a jury at the first in re sponse to a sanity trial request filed by Rubys Eva Texas law requires a judge to hold such a trial if the defense asks for Judge Brown presid ed over the first monthlong Auto Dealers OK Road Issue Tuscarawas County members of the Ohio Automobile Deal ers have been advised that its Board of Trustees has i unanimously approved an Hospital Auxiliary High Fever amendmenl to the Ohio Consti R 1 tution to authorize million highway The OADA resolution approv ing the which will be on transport citizens and materials and that the proposal will or additional in which a jury rejected a defense plea that Ruby was insane 24 when he shot Os accused assassin of Presi dent John Rubys lawyers said Monday that their clients condition has worsened since his conviction March that his mind is falling apart and he has delu sions that his crime has brought about a slaughter that will bring death to 25 million American If a jury finds Ruby he will be committed to a state Louis Jolyon psy chiatry professor at the Univer sity of testified that Rubys hallucinations triggered his apparent suicide attempt Ruby banged his head against a cell raising a sizable Judge Brown rejected a de See Page 12 r ON THE INSIDE Around The World 7 Dear Abby 27 Crane 25 Doc Writes 27 Goren On Bridge 25 Horoscope 25 Hospital News 6 Obituaries 2 Sports 15 16 Television 14 Womens Pages 12 13 years They have 3 grand children and 5 greatgrandchil and Scheetz were married May in the home of and Albert Lirgg of New Philadelphia with Williams Cans as of The late Lirgg was a sister of Scheetzs other Joe resides in Strasburg as do Scheetzs 2 brothers and a Harry and Frank Bair and Emmett A lives in Dover and a in New Scheetz retired 12 years ago after being employed 52 years by the National Brick in He now enjoys working in his garden and his wife likes to grow house They are members of Strasburg Johns United Church of done some damage to Republi can campaign Another commented This fellow is trying to get elected The chamber is historically a poor audience for The late Paul when Democratic national was booed during one hot de bate on government welfare There was booing again in 1961 when Joseph grew angry at the hostile reception he received in a de bate with a conservative econ omist a Chamber con Clark advised the dele gates to grow he got a storm of derisive President John in his lone appearance at a chamber received lit tle more than polite Although former President Dwight Eisenhower never missed addressing the cham bers annual meeting in his eight years in the friend ly receptions he received never approached the storm of ap plause that won Mon The chambers applause for Johnson was the more remark able because Edwin retiring chamber has been stumping the country for months denouncing the admin istrations domestic a Delaware has accused Johnson of wearing the false face of He has used such terms as im seduction by sub picking the taxpayers and bribery to describe the administrations See Page 12 TurkishHeld Pass Under Greek Fire By HAL MCCLURE By the light of the Cyprus they dug elaborate fox Greek Cypriot forces brought holes and camouflaged fl i UNIQUE Millions of visitors are expected af the New York Worlds Fair this year but Wilson Miller of 1588 Battlesburg East already have been accorded an honor First in line to see the Tower of Light they were asked to turn on its famous searchlights during a special They produce a 12billion candlepower beam that soars miles into the sky as a symbol of Miller pulled the switch to activate the Miller was an Ohio Power employe in Canton for 10 years and it is one of 140 investorowned companies sponsoring the Tow er of Light Miller is a route supervisor for Superior Parrish Takes Job With Ohio Cancer Staff Announcement was made at last nights meeting of the Tus carawas County Unit of the American Cancer Society in Un ion Hospital that Warren Par vish of Gibbs has accepted a position as field rep resentative for a 17county area of Ohio Division of the American Cancer who has a long rec ord of volunteer service with the American Cancer Society on stale and local will re sign his position as manager McCurdy Candy and assume his jiew duties May As a member of the field he will travel extensively through out his coordinating his activities with the Cleveland of Harry of the county read Parrishs let ter of resignation to the John Kelker of 226 South became a new board Campaign cochairman See Page 12 the Turkishheld Kyrenia Pass under fire for the first time to day and sporadically attacked the castle of Hilarion from positions only about 200 yards A officer said the Greeks threatened to plaster Kyrenia a link between Nicosia and the Turkishheld highlands near the north with mor tar Compared to earlier actions in the the scale of the fighting remained There was a brief flurry of shots about Greek guardsmen lobbed three mortar shells at gunposts near the llth century Twentyseven shells have fall en inside the castle since the Greek offensive but I found no damage to the struc ture on a visit to the Turkish Greek forces worked through the night to fortify advanced positions at the base of the lofty erag on which the castle is The commander of the peacekeeping Indian Prem Singh said the Greek offensive could have serious implications on the role of the United Nations in He said he has sent a full re port to Secretary General U NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT Brown Gets for Speech Flight Cost To Taxpayers Is By Richard Zimmerman Reporter Columbus Bureau John Brown made a flying trip to Il linois for a private speaking en using a stateowned plane at a cost of to tax t He received a professional speakers fee of his inspirational talk 26 at Rockford before a joint meet ing of the Institute of Architects and the Association of General Brown admitted the flight but said he will not charge for the said he put some Ohio Industrial informa tion into the speech to justify the use of a state Charles in charge of Rockford said Brown agreed to the fee and did not inform him otherwise on the evening of the He said he is holding up awaiting a bill from The Highway Department fig ured the cost of the trip and its records show the lieutenant governor now owes in unpaid flight The depart ment is charged by law to bill other state departments which use Highway Department planes on official The office of lieutenant gov ernor is a parttime job and Brown lists professional speak ing as one of his The Illinois group selected him from a list of speakers who charge per In an interview published in Sundays Akron Beacon Brown told reporter Robert Kotzbauer that his office did not intend to pay the due bills from the highway It was pointed out that sever al other state departments have bills due and that the line be See Page 13 clear cloudy cloudy Los rain cloudy New cloudy clear clear Weathervane YESTERDAY High 60 Low 53 Elsewhere In High Low Vocational Unit Meets Tentative plans were made to tour the Heath Vocational High School at near on May 27 when the informa tion committee of the County Vocational High School steering committee met last night in Dover Atty Eichard Han hart is Freund of the home economics committee sub mitted a prepared under the direction of Alga committee on a pro posed Plans were also discussed to secure information on vocation al high schools with individual programs in specific such as vocationalagricultural and business education Plane Hits 4 Passengers Die AP A private plane plunged into a frame house and exploded in flames four men The plane was operated by the Hood a con struction Dead are Hood vice president Don Me the pilot Steve Miller employed by Shearman and Edward a friend of 70 40 64 53 58 M 71 54 83 79 63 53 60 55 79 53 58 49 66 56 San clear rain 66 56 TODAY 7 60 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW High 65 Low 50 Forecast Park School Concert Set Park Elementary School will present its spring concert Fri day night at in the Participating will be 4th and 6th along with the combined Margaret Jones and Florence Toomey will direct the Alberta James will be Second Graders will present April Sleepy Tulips and Robins Fourth Graders will offer All Through the Mississippi River and while The Lone The Streets of Laredo and Home on the Range will be presented by the 6th The choir will offer Fairest Lord Good News and Climb Every The finale will be The Green The Happy Wander We Sing of Golden Mow and Over the ExMill Township Clerk Owes Township by authority of Ohio may take the report contin civil action against former town ship Josephine to claim a forfeiture of That is the amount determin ed by a state examiner as a penalty for Smythes delay in filing a report covering the townships financial transactions for the 1962 calendar Section of the Revised Code requires the township clerk to prepare such a report on or before March 31 in the follow ing The section also pro vides that any clerk who failed to comply with the requirement will into the township a day for each day he report is delayed after March The report of examination of Mill Township records for the period April to made by the Bureau of In spection and Supervision of Pub lic Offices of states the following on Page 12 concerning the annual financial report for 1962 The clerk of this township not only failed to prepare such a but also failed to keep a cash ledger of the townships financial transactions for the year 1962 as required by law Section The clerks failure to comply with these known requirements of the law made it necessary for the Bureau of Inspection and Supervision of Public Offices to assign a state examiner to do DAY BRIGHTENER Recession Neighbor out of Depression Youre out of Panic Wife out of this work at the expense of Last 17 adequate unpost ed records were obtained from the clerk by the examiner to construct a cashbook from which the 1962 annual report was It was submitted to the statistical department of the State Auditors Office That was 265 days after March and as the examin ers report declared The amount of forfeiture required by law for such a delay at a day would be The examiners report ed that the forfeiture is a fine or a penalty recoverable in civil The money for feited would go into the town ship According to County See Page 2 Dean Rusk Warns Of Red Aggression WASHINGTON AP Secre tary of State Dean Rusk warned today that the threat of Com munist aggression has not been removed and there is still a need for a Middle East defense Rusks comment came in 9 speech prepared for the open ing session of the 12th Counci of Ministers meeting of the Cen tral Treaty Organization attend ed by foreign ministers front Turkey Great Let us not forget that th leaders of both the principal Communist nations proclaim world domination as the ultl mate Communist And must take particular care not to let any Communists think that they can gain fron a policy of Busl