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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1964, Dover, Ohio The Reporter Prints More Want Ads Than Any Other County THE DAILY REPORTER 54 Largest Circulation In Tnscarawas County ft DoverNew April 1964 HOME EDITION Serving Over Famlliei PHONE 42167 7 CENTS AF Probes Reports Of Strange Objects Over New Mexico HOFFMAN such sightings back to 1947 demic of strange sightings in The latest report on Project The Air Force is not conced1 cases occurred during the firs described as an ear of corn and into a ball of fire ON AP The have failed to turn up any evithe skies over New the congressionally ing that there is anything years of the bea banana which performed a By FRED HOFFMAN such sightings back to 1947 WASHINGTON AP The have failed to turn up any evi Air Force has investigated more dence that UFOs are alien in than reported unidentified jterplanetary space vehicles un flying objects in 16 years and der some form of intelligent con has yet to discover any dence that UFOs represent This report was furnished to threat to The Associated Press as the Air It also said today that probes Force looked into a new epi One of the Air Forces leadingordered Air Force study of uni ter about these unexplained civilian consultants on UFOs has gone to to through dentified flying It just in investigate the latest He is Allen direc tor of the Dearborn Observatory at Northwestern It shows that over that 16year per cent of the reported cases remain unidenti they cant be corrolatcd with any known objects or phenome It was stressed that a great majority of the unidentified fore analysis techniques were Last year there wore 382 UFO reports and only 15 are still list ed as These included two objects described as an ear of corn and a banana which performed a series of maneuvers near Van Ohio last Others involved an unusual observation of four pink wheels moving west over New an object that exploded into a ball of fire near Gal a recurring scries of flashes near Warren and the Air Force sleuths decided that one woman who turned in a UFO report actually had seen spots before her Greeks Break CeaseFire By Shelling Cypriot Castle TWIST OF Robert Fait of 824 Wal nut became temporary den father last night while his regular was in Union Hospital where she gave birth to a future Cub Under Faits the boys of Den 6 of Pack 94 continued work on a project of twisting artificial flowers around painted pieces of they had Shown are Danny Fait Jim Gary Kevin John Robert Everett and Scott Bus Driver Assault Case Hearing Jury Bishop Wallace Criticize Court WASHINGTON AP Ro man Catholic Bishop Fulton Sheen and George Wal of Alabama separately ac cused the Supreme Court today of bypassing the countrys elect ed representatives by banning official prayer in public schools h hich auxiliary bishop of UHRICHSVILLE Final ar guments were to be presented this afternoon in Southern Dis trict County Court on an assault and battery charge against George John of RD New in connection with the 11 attack on Stone CreekJefferson School bus driv Ivan struck at John said during crossexamination by John also admitted that he struck knowing that Hawk had his foot on the John also stated that I had an opinion that if I ran into that guy Hawk I could expect a He went on to explain that the school boards estab A jury of 7 women and 5 men Ashing of bus pickup spots was yesterday began hearing tcstijctmtrary to whal he had asked New told the House Ju diciary Committee the Supreme Court ruling is based on a and a judicial body has be come a legislative ing prosecuted by Assistant l County James John is represented by James In this mornings John took the stand in his own i tjuuii luurv nit in uin uwu Wallace said We are dmim he h fc manipulatedby the courts ma jn lhe mse on gigantic Socialistic pattern in which the federal judiciary amends the stepped up the first step of the bus and said Whats wrong with you Ivan that you cant come down Bishop Sheen said that and ick my girl1 words In God We now J 8 John testified that he had his on the seal of the United are the perfect prayer for YESTERDAY High 65 Low 48 Elsewhere In High Low clear 65 35 4li Los cloudy fil 54 j clear 84 71 New cloudy 42 cloudy 52 45 clear 61 43 San clear 55 47 rain 58 45 TODAY 7 49 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 60 Low 48 Forecast occa sional daughter ready for school that morning and she had been wait ing for the bus in front of her home when he decided to walk to the junction of County Road 19 and Township Road 189 to see if Hawk observed a stop The attack evidently was brought about by Hawks re fusal to go to Johns home to pick up the 8yearold Connie He cither pointed at me or ON THE INSIDE Around The World 10 Dear Abby 29 Alvarez 29 Crane 29 Goren On Bridge 27 Hospital News 10 Obituaries 2 Sports 15 18 Television Womens Pages 12 13 Your Horoscope 27 To the best of my I hit him the bus did not A 14yearold student riding on Hawks Connie testified earlier today that she felt the bus go backwards after John had hit the She said Hawk slumped over in his seat and appeared to be uncon He kept hitting the Sec BUS Page 2 No Cycle DriveThru New Philadelphia police yes terday talked to 2 motorcy clists who drove their vehicles through the PepsiCola plant on Wabash at An employe said they went through one door and out the Family Air Problem William Davis of 1244 5th NW told New Philadelphia po lice last night that he would file charges today against his who he claims let the air out of his auto PKila Police At Clinic Traffic officers James Black and Paul Carpenter and patrol man Adrian Larkin of New Philadelphia are at Barberton loday attending a regional crime clinic sponsored by William Stolen Hose Found A garden found this morning by New Philadelphia police on Allen Lane was To Head Ohio Medical Unit Van Epps of Dover was named presidentelect of the Ohio Medical Auxiliary at the 3day state convention which ended Wednesday at She will assume her duties in returned to its Jean John Dickie of Monte of 241 Front Lucas County was elected prosTlie woman said it had been idcnl of the group this missing since Monday i Report Dog Bite Case Sheriff Young today re ceived a report that a dog own ed by Glenn Fienton of RD had bitten a state highway department em identified as Bill Lyons of The man was treated at a Cambridge hos Planning 3n Permanent Patrol Posts By WEBB MCKINLEY Cyprus shelling by Greek Gyp iots ringing Hilarion Castle oday broke the ceasefire pro claimed by their government nly 13 hours The United Nations announced seven mortar shells were fired n 15 minutes at the Turkish Cypriot stronghold in the Ky resuming an offensive the Greek Cypriots lave waged with the professed aim of clearing Turkish Cypriot gunposts from the Nicosia Kyrenia highway and vantage points overlooking Greek vil There was no immediate re port of damage to the A spokesman for the Greek Cypriot government expressed surprise at the announce He said so far as he the ceasefire still was supposed to be in The United Nations thrust a new element into the confused After telling of the United Nations said it is going to set up per manent observation posts in the Syrenia where it has jeen using patrols to try to stop he Now that President Makari os has ordered his government orces to cease fire in the t has been decided to convert hese patrols into permanent posts in the it was It is hoped this cease fire will be fully ob Two patrols came under fire in a continuation of the hos tilities that SecretaryGen eral U Thant is seeking to end through a new ninepoint peace Other members of the Coun ty Auxiliary named to office were Raymond and Phil ip nominating com mittee Other members of the local group attending were Ceremella of New Philadel Foster of Do ver and Hanunersly of KLM7124 Robert street receives orders from Dover Service Director Ream on the citizens band 2way radio installed yes The with a range between 5 to 8 will insure faster com munications between city trucks working on locations and Reams office where instructions usually A third radio in the Sewer Department truck also is operating while 5 more units will be installed in the Water and Cemetery Department trucks in the near DIGGING MAY BECOME PASSE Explosive Device Leaves Instant Foxhole Position By CHARLES BLACK The Columbus Enquirer AP The Army has come up with a successful device destined to gladden the heart of every in instant To dig a proper foxhole in the a soldier needed a stamina and sometimes a And there were re ports some GIs and Marines in a hurry dug sufficient holes with their bare A team from the Combat Development Commands infan try agency put the new develop ment on display Wednesday at The make it pos sible for a soldier lo pick up a onepound foxhole digger from the supply sergeant and take a rest while the things digs a hole for Whats says the the hole can be dug in the hard rockiest The foxhole digger comes in two first part for blasting a small hole two inches in diameter and several inches This is known as a pilot The second part of the device Contest Closes Voting will end today at for the Union Hospital Auxili arys contest to select a mu harajah for its High Fever Follies slated May 67 in Do ver High Stations remain at Kreisher Drugs in Dover and Heller New Drugs in DAY BRIGHTENER When factories become fully the mac ably will demand tw a Attitude Indicates Annexation Issue Will Be Vetoed Tuesday By Pelc Gruh Daily Ileportcr Staff Writer DENNISON The attitude of taxpayers hereindicates the proposed annexation of Denni son to Uhrichsville will be de feated at the polls next Tues If it will mark the third time within 10 years that Dennison voters have rejected the Of prime concern to Dennison residents is a debt in the neighborhood of of their sister jdcbt al It in outstanding bills and The Uhrichsville bond indebt in bond Last week Mayor Donald Hus ton of Dennison set the figure at approximately Hus tons figures were based on a 1962 annexation study made by a representative of the Ohio Municipal thereby ex plaining the Huston maintains the annexa tion would add a tax burden for Dennison Denni son is for all practical pur poses debt rently according to has accumulated since 1954 when a bond issue was approved for a sewage disposal Other bonds are for the citys share of resurfacing stale highways and for portions of a street project on 5th and Dawson Baldwin admits Uhrichsville is not in the best financial con dition and estimates an annual presented Wednesday to See GREEKS Page 2 Cost Of Living Rises In March WASHINGTON AP Living costs inched up onetenth of 1 per cent in March as prices rose for virtually all consumer items except the govern ment reported Lower food prices were set by higher costs of medical transportation and other basic bringing the consumer price index to This means that it now costs to buy goods that cost in the 195759 base A Labor Department spokes man said costs could be expect ed to go up again for but he added there is not the slightest indication of any seri ous The Deputy Com missioncr Robert Myers of1 the Bureau of Labor Statistics said relatively stable prices dur Ohl APn ing a general business upturn provided a very reassuring is placed in the pilot a pri mer is and thesoldier gets out of the way for about 30 sec onds while a cratcring explosion digs the The instant foxhole was devel oped at Engineer Research and Development The demonstration showed the device works best in claytype soil or frozen This is because dirt blasted from loamtype soil tends lo cave in along the sides and the soldier has to pitch it out with a Although the device still is in the experimental it is ex pected to b tested in the field by troops beginningin The instant foxhole varies from 20 to inches deep and about two feet in Frank Will Retire From Aged Aid Post Subdivisions Get Millions Back From State After serving the aged of Tus carawas County for the last Frank of 308 llth will retire from his position as man ager of the Ohio Division of Aid for the Aged effective May who began as a case worker for the division visiting tho aged over was appointed manager of Ihe New Philadelphia located at 152 Broad way Born in he is a son of the late and Charles Frank of Port Aft er graduating from high school at Port he taught school for 5 years at the old Fairview Country School on the The state returned more than Sugarcreek starting Meeting Is Scheduled The Tuscarawas Chapter of Ohio Civil Service Employes will meet at in the New Philadelphia Youth Field represen tatives of the George City Auditor because of a tax rate that is debt increase of unless1 McMillen and Robert Karsh er The also sales tax paid quarterly distribution of liquor permit money and paid gasoline taxes to the counties and Two payments of state subsi dies were made to finance Aid Herman Frank 1917 he moved to Dover he naturally wanted me to give rank decided to 1 told him lo be in the mayors office the next day as I laid the resignation on the mayors That reporter never forgot thfli story because it was his first with the largest single distribuj with his whom prt lion being auto license money married in June of the same fv totaling over more i but was then called into than million over last i the Army for 14 months during according to Stale Auditor Rogj World War spending over a year in distributed he worked for the American Sheet of Dover and from 1926 to 1932 was on the Dover police resign ing from that position with IheL 3 Fn rank of k stated that he has seen aged people oq the roll of recipients in his of for Dependent Aid for Then was James Baldwin has set lhe higher than that in Uhr See Page 2 I something is The natural will be he guest speak the Disabled and the blind proi Shahi wh I I I I I V I i 1 t ked for The Rr Hie onyinalljst porter while 1 was cajilaiu and Sue UKKMAN B
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