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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1964, Dover, Ohio Riperfer Columnist Marbw Is A Pulfteer Prfta Winner THE VOL 40 largest Circulation In tearawas Connty May 1964 RTER HOME EDITION Serving Over Familial PHONE 42167 7 CENTS NATO Winisters Want RelaxedInternational Relations Parley Fails To Alleviate French Issue By JOSEPH DYNAN THE Netherlands North Atlantic pact foreign ministers today headed off a potential conflict between Greece and but they failed to heal differences be tween France and the other members on the future of In winding up their spring Session they pledged their best efforts at ending the cold war with the Soviet Yet they noted in their official communi que that little progress could be expected unless the Soviets per mit the reunification of Ger many oh a basis selfdeter The ministers promised they would speak more freely and more frankly to one another in the future in an effort to re move misunderstandings and thus bolster the NATO Every suitable opportunity should be taken to bring nearer to realization the wish of the German people for reunifica tion in their commu nique This is an oftrepeated aim of and they said again that the German problem can only be settled by the will of the German Turning to the immediate problem of the minis ters expressed concern at the GreekTurkish Cypriot fighting and said NATO would support fully efforts to bring peace to the troubled Some of the concern over Cy prus was eased earlier in the day when Greece and Turkey agreed to accept the mediation of the NATO secretarygeneral in their bitter dispute over the eastern Mediterranean NEW BOMBERS EN ROUTE The Pentagon disclosed that the first planes in a newlymodified fleet of bombers are en route to South Viet Nam The planes are 2seater Douglas A1E Skyraiders McNamara Set To Give Viet Nam Background WASHINGTON tary of Defense Robert returning from an other trip to South Viet said today he would be happy to report to a congressional committee on the situation The House Armed Services Committee has indicated it ex pects McNamara to appear to discuss complaints of obsolete The ministers instructed NATO SecretaryGeneral Dirk Stikker to act as conciliator but there was no reference to this step in the Officials explained that Stik ker would be acting under a See Page 2 Hearing Moves To Dennison Ohio Pub lic Utilities Commission hear ing continued here today wit engineer of com merce and signals for the Penn sylvania testifyng a to the proposed type of gate to be installed at the Jewel and 3rd The Jewett crossing wi according to auto manual gates with a crossin watchman on duty during th busier times of the day whei trains are shifting in the yard his duties will diffe as he will be possibly in a rais ed operating a con trol Second witness for the rail road to be questioned by Atty Calvin was William claims who has done investigations of acci dents at the 2 He reported 6 accidents from 1957 63 at the Jewett crossing none 3 injuries and property The 3rd St crossing showed 6 accidents from 196063 with none 4 injuries and 6 property William rep resenting the Cooperative Leg islative Committee of Operat ing Brotherhood and Brother hood of Maintenance and is expected to begin counter claims later John Vandervoort is the examiner Cloy Talk Underway Evans Pipe United Brick and Clay Workers and Hal federal were meeting this morning in an effort to settle the strike which began April idling approximately Thou Sfielt Net Steel A resident of Quaker Trailer Court complained to New Phil adelphia police last night that a salesman failed to deliver a Bible she had purchased foi The she was to have returned at 5 Storm Damage Minor As Inch Of Rain Falls Although lightning flashed in termittently and the rains fell most of very little damage resulted and power shortages were The rain totaled an The Ohio Power stated to day that only a few line fuses in the vicinity of County Road 81 and near Strasburg went out as a result of the The General Telephone said they are receiving twice the normal number of service most of them concerning tree limbs across telephone Dover Service Director Ream stated that lightning re portedly struck in the vicinity of Prospect but city crews found no damage to electric lines in the Harold Dawson of 115 Superi or was not so He re ported at yesterday that lightning had hit his TV Other residents in the area were without television for a The Corps of Army En gineers said there has been lit tle runoff from rain and that Dover Dam gates are still Phila Youth Given Music Scholarship Fred son of and Harry Kaserman of 326 Beaver New Phil has been awarded a music scholarship by Bowling Green University where he plans to major in Active in high school music he currently is serving as student director of and to report on the general outlook of the protract ed war in the Southeast Asian McNamara was asked by newsmen how long he thinks the war will He replied that it will be a long a hard path to victory will be He that I firmly believe that persistent execution of plans will lead to eventual The Pentagon chief also told newsmen plans are being devel oped to more than double the personnel of the Viet Nam air force in a few The Vietnamese air force now has about 400 To another McNa mara replied that the size of the training force in Viet Nam is sufficient at the pres but that if more men are needed to help in the expansion of the ground and air forces and the men can be McNamara said he and Maxwell chairman of the Joint Chiefs of dis cussed with officials in Viet Nam the program of re placing the present T38 and B26 planes with the Navydesigned Skyraider McNamara said the types of planes sent to Viet Nam were chosen for two reasons be cause they would be useful in the guerrilla type war because they were intended for opera tion by the Returning with McNamara were Taylor and Arthur Sylves assistant secretary of de fense for public This was McNamaras fifth See Page 2 DAY BRIGHTENER An America says its raining cats and but an English man just calls it beastly weath 5Ki Hits LAS Five persons died when an F105 fighter plane plunged into a new housing development where housewives were hanging out laundry and children were play ing on a sunny Moments after takeoff Wednesday from nearby Nellis Air Force the jet lost al wavered and then knifed into the The plane ex spewing flames over a wide Seven dwellings were P Five blocks 800 chil dren were attending classes in Lincoln Elementary They were not The plummeted to earth at the far edge of the develop just short of a cleared area the pilot was fighting to The dead Raynor of Port Betty Lou Le and her 3 two chil dren of the Paul Lowry and 3 Aside from all were residents of the In five days Hebert would have gone on 27 days An unidentified truck driver gave this account I was rounding the corner and could see the plane coming in nose up and tail It struck the first house with the tail aflame and skidded across the rooftops to other Two weeks in an Boyd Nellis had warned contractors that building homes close to the air base was court ing The development is seven miles away but in the path of those on the scene Its homes are in the price Vincent another eye said that when the plane hit it was like a bubble filled with It was just a big Sec Page 10 STONING THE NILE Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev left and Yemeni President Mohammed Abdullah Sallal center toss symbolic stones into the Nile while visiting a dam site in United Arab President Abdel Nas ser right participated in the ceremony heralding completion of first Mercer Regains County Dem Reins he A Cappella Choir and dance He has also been active n Future Teachers of Speech Club and Jun or Freds outside activities in clude membership in Dover Concert Band and this past sea son he served as solo clarinet st with the County Philharmon c He attended Baldwin Wa ace Band Clinic 2 was a member of the AllOhio Boys State Band 3 years and was of the scholarship to IIL Two Collisions Occur At Phila Intersection Two auto accidents at Wab ash and Union another crash that injured 2 persons and a hitskip were investigated bj New Philadelphia police yester David Julia Toomey of 1920 Walnut Dover was cited following a mishap a last night when her auto struck the rear of one operatec by James of 725 State who stopped for a red In an accident at at the same Danny Lucy oi 515 Union said the brakes failed when she tried to stop for a red light and her auto knock ed down hedges at the Paul Jar vis home at 1001 Union Cars driven by Norraa of 39 Johnson and Michael of 1055 Kelly NW collided at Wednesday morning on foautauqua in 1963 where he tudied clarinet under Louis aul of the Pittsburgh Sym At he is study ing with Harper Froman of Do Fred is an Eagle Scout and eceived his God and Country Award under at First United Church where he has been ac in chok and Youth Pel 4th near Cedar Newtons 18monthsold was admitted to Union Hospital with a lacer ated scalp and She is Ervin was treated for a strained c of 724 Miller NW reported yester day that his auto was struck Tuesday night while it was park ed at bis ON THE INSIDE Around The World W Dear Abby 29 Alvarez 31 Crane 31 Goren On Bridge 31 Obituaries 3 Sports Your Horoscope 17 20 131415 First Of Cuban Exiles Say After Attack AP Exile forces say their attack on a sugar mill and port in eastern Cuba is just the beginning in their war of sabotage am nerves aimed at toppling Fide Castros Communist The Revolutionary Recovery a military action said in its first war communique Wednesday that a combined raid by seaborne commandos and guerrillas al ready in the hills gained control of the port of Pilon for three hours and left the sugar mill It said other raids would come Prime Minister Castro in statement acknowledged the at but said it came from a ship standing at sea and not From ground Castros angry comment was broadcast by Havana Radio about 15 hours after the which the exiles said took place at The communique did not give he number of the attacking force but listed Baltic Firm Gets Car Pact The County Juvenile Officer and Prosecutor will be sporting a new Chevrolet Biscayne 2 door V8 sedan in place of their 1960 County Commissioners su horized the purchase of the car row TriCounty Chevrolet of which entered low bid of This price involves allowance for the old Other automobile agencies ered the following bids Tri County on a Hoor Weaver Chevrolet of Mew Philadelphia on a Belair Weaver Mo or of on a Belair and a Bis combat sig nal corps and torpedo as well as as partici Man Faces Sentencing In Contempt Gary Johnson of Uhrichs ville was cited for contempt of court by Judge Lamneck in order to appear for sentenc ing in Common Pleas Court on July on March 16 had continued hearing on a motion for contempt by Prosecutor Harlan giving Johnson 60 days to comply with a 1963 court The order forced Johnson to pay per month for support of 2 The court entry states that Johnson had paid only the sum of following the At this weeks hearing John son was released under his own recognizance until Ubvilles Creek Request Referred To Engineers UHRJCHSVILLE Mayor Robert Croniser has been in formed by letter from the Office of Emergency Planning in Wash ington that the flood control problem in Big SUUwater Creek ba been turned over to the Arojy Corps of The which was in re sponse to a request for assist ance from was sign ed by Robert di rector of the Government Readi less It explained that he necessary work on the creek does not come under the pro gram of his The exiles claimed they suf fered no losses but said there was tenacious fighting with a numerically superior Com munist A spokesman for the invaders said Castro forces suffered considerable While commandos held said the engineers set off demolition charges at the then Guerrillas returned to the the exiles Some townspeople in the area welcomed the they Castro said the govern not satisfied with the Economic blockade and other is using mercenar See Page 10 Dennison Man Cited In Crash State patrolmen cited Paul of Dennison fol lowing an accident at 5 this morning on Route south of New when his auto went left of center and collided with an oncoming truck operated by James Thron of Tarbert apparently fell asleep at the patrolmen There were no In an accident an hour later on Route south of the Tus carawas Stark County a truck driven by Ellis of hit the rear of a car operated by Clarence of RD who had slowed down for a There were no injuries or Report Strike Progress Some progress was reported n a bargaining session at Can yesterday between area con tactors and the striking Iron Workers Local which has closed down jobs involving steel w an 8county Another session is scheduled Former Chief Gets Backing On First Vote Howard Bud Mercer return ed to power as chairman of the Tuscarawas County Democrai Central and Executive Commit tee last steamrollering over 2 Ninetyone of the 120 eligible gprecdnct com imitteemen at Pending the e s si o n in New Philadel phia Elks au ditorium nam ed Mercer on he first ballot over Patrick iof New Phila delphia and Dale Robinson RD Uhr Mercer Mercer received 67 Pat who was expected to pro vide the main got only 17 and The ease with which Mercer regained the chairmanship and changed the county Demo crat setup at the same time was credited to his political infight Mercer was Executive Corn See Page jj Wheat Program Signup Extended Herman chairman of the Tuscarawas Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation announced today that the signup for the diverted wheat program has been extend ed one week or until May Gasser stated that any wheat farmer desiring more informa tion about the program should ontact the local office at 145 New Office hours are 7 to 4 Monday through Phila Denies Attack On Young Girl Arthur of 521 Ridge New Philadel this morning pleaded inno cent in Southern County Court to a rape charge filed by the fa ther of a 14yearold Uhrichs ville Judge Richard Musgrave or dered the man returned to Coun ty Jail in lieu of Rothacher asked for time to re tain an jailed yesterday by Chief Deputy John made a in which ha contended the girl went with him The attack alleg edly occurred late Tuesday night or Wednesday morning at an undetermined location about 8 miles out of Deputies said Rothacher pick ed the girl up near the railroad station at It was re ported Rothacher talked to the girl earlier Tuesday and that she gave him her telephone Dennison police notified depu ies at Wednesday morn ng after the girl was reported but the alert was can celed about 2 hours later when she returned formally charg ed with unlawful and forcible turned himself in at the Sheriff Department yesterday afternoon after he learned he was being Judge Musgrave indicated hat a hearing will be set up within a week if Rothacher does not retain Secrest Is Named To DeMolay Post It was announced at the Tus arawas County Order of meeting Wednes day night that Larwence crest of Dover had been ap pointed governor of the 8th Adjournament for the summer waa discussed but no action was Several advisors com mented on the success of a mother son banquet held re ently at Chucks Installation of officers will be eld at a public meeting Satur day at 7 in Masonic Tem ple at New The next regular meeting will be May Weathervane YfiSTERDAY High 73 Low 50 Elsewhere In High Low cloudy 87 55 clear 58 39 48 cloudy 70 53 cloudy 85 few cloudy 67 cloudy 67 cloudy 60 an clear clear 79 58 TODAY 7 5Q RAINFAU Last 24 hours 1 inch TOMORROW Sunrise High 72 Low 37 Forecast Fair and 71 58 52 44 48
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