Thursday, May 21, 1964

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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1964, Dover, Ohio StudentTeacher Relations Spur KSU Center See Page 11 i CountyWide Photo And Coverage Is A 24Hour A Day Job 32 largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew May PORTER HOME EDITION Serving Over Famtlttl STEVENSON SAYS Is Firm On Asia Aid With Help UNITED Ambassador Adlai Stevenson pledged today that the United States will continue to defend southeast Asia against as long as the people of the area are determined to preserve their The chief charged that the clear aim of the Indochinese Communist par ty and the Communist leader ship of Viet Nam is to take over control of all who rushed back Wednesday from a European told the Security Council that the United States has consistently come to the aid of peoples attacked from the And it will do so he Unless the lesson is learned once and for all by all aggressors that armed aggres sion does not it no longer it will not be He asserted that the crisis in Asia has taken a turn for the My government takes a very grave view of these he Those who are respon sible have set foot upon an ex ceedingly dangerous The council debate originally was sparked by a Cambodian charge that the United States and South Viet had com mitted aggression in recent bor JA Directors Elect Owens Evan Owens of 1293 Lakeview New was elected president yesterday o the DoverNew Phila Junior Achievement board of di He succeeds Jo seph also ofNew Phila district manager o General Telephone of Ohio for this was in Cleve land last night where he receiv ed a citation at a regional JA meeting as part of the nationa JA salute to the communica tions Owens also accepted a simi lar citation at last local annual JA John Cabot national JA chair made last nights presen Other new officers are Ken neth vice president Wil liam reelected trea and Elise Blickens reelected Lonard retiring execu tive director of the Junior Achiever was present ed a set of Warther He also was named to the board oi Art Kump gave a report on the JA Center expansion pro gram and indicated that the flew addition is nearing comple The board toured the build ing on Belmont following the Huffs Cleo James of New also com mented Weathervane YESTERDAY High 67 Low 37 Elsewhere In High Low clear 85 55 clear 52 46 clear 56 37 Los clear 76 57 clear 79 76 New cloudy 76 48 clear 40 clear 88 61 San cloudy 60 51 clear 83 52 TODAY 7 46 Light frost RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunset High 85 Low 50 forecast Fair and warmer der Both the United States and Viet Nam replied that the violations were acci dental and that they wanted to settle the matter the Unit ed States plunged into general exposition of the policy in all southeast Stevenson told the council The United States cannot stand by while southeast Asia is overrun by armed aggres As long as the peoples of that area are determined to preserve their own independence and ask for our help in preserv ing we will extend of is the meaning of President Johnsons request a few days ago for additional funds for more economic and military assistance for Viet And if anyone has the illu sion that my government will abandon the people of Viet that we shall weary of the burden of support that we are rendering these See Page 2 Everhqrt Taft Campaign Jacques New Phil adelphia Council clerk select ed Tuesday night as Tuscara was County Republican central committee has been appointed county director of the TaftforSenate Everhart will coordinate ac tivities connected with the cam paign of Robert Taft present Ohio congressmanat PHONE 42167 7 Harry Davidson left was honored at a testimonial dinner last Taking part in the program were Henrietta Laffet of Ohio VFW Auxiliary and Robert who was a cochairman in charge or the Shotgun Spree Takes 7 Lives Bahamas man with a shotgun rampagee through Nassaus southern sub urbs Wednesday night killing sfven persons including him self and wounding six in a twohour automobile It was one of the wors nights in my saic Chief u iCjinjinal Investigator Dozens of who hac cordoned off a twosquaremile area and searched it in vain for the found Ruben in his dead of shotgun The weapon lay Police CommissionerNige Morris said authorities did not establish a motive immediately but the first person he shot was his Police said Rolle went her took a friends automobile See Page 2 WAUS HAYS EARS IN MOSCQWHere Is one of the more thqn 40 microphones left dug out of the embassy upper walls in qnd be side it Is a photo of where one was dug The mikes were 8 to 10 inches deep in the and each had a probe tube reaching to the plas ter to carry the Arrow points to the probe tube of The microphones were wired to spme secret listening The Soviets remodeled the building when the leased it in and strangely wouldnt permit any inspection till the work was Its an old Red Testimonial Honors Role In VFW Work More than 100 attended a Harry her Wil timonial dinner in the Dover liam Jarvis a VFW Post last night to honor and her son and daughter and retiring Auxiliary their j Harry Frances David V vieurge anuriz or who has a member district chap a and Henrietta Laffey of Euc who offered high praise for Davidson and the Dover the welfare and hospital Elwood Woody Russetlof New department Americanism was toastmaster and presented high lights of Davidsons auxil iary taken from the or and com piled by Emma Huprich of Outoftown guests were from Newcom Orrville and Presidents of each represented auxiliary pre sented gifts to the honored Also present were members of Davidsons her bus the vocation and i In honor of his 79th Speml Shurtz was pre ted a Dover VFW overseas County Engineer Gets OK To Pave Baltics Streets Baltic Village officials have secured the aid of the county engineer in blacktopping and repaying the village streets and County commissioners this week authorized Engineer Charles Young to provide equip ment for the work as soon as The Village will be billed di rectly for materials La bor costs will be billed to the Village through the engineers Pete Son Leave Hospital UHRICHSVILLE School Clayton Pete Wolfe and his were dis missed late Wednesday after noon from Anthonys Hospi tal in Columbus where they had been confined with injuries re ceived from an auto accident last Saturday in Licking Coun her My ra and Roberta daugh ter of and Robert Rei ners stiii actorvMn factory m the same ON THE INSIDE Abby Qrane 29 This is the first venture si in the restaurant field for Gorea On Bridge 31 and who will be co 31 ifospital News Womens George Shurtz of cap to wear to the state con vention at Merle retiring Dover post Dorsey also presented a sav ahgs bond to third winner inthe district Voice of Democracy radio New Post 3483 install ed by retiring District Marshall Sutherin of were Raymond command See Page ft FUTURE Threatened Exile Attack Serves Purpose By BEN MEYER long promised attack on Communist Cuba by the Revolutionary Jun an exile appeared to day to be something for the fu a wellkept The at the end of Cubas May 20 independence anniver sary on which it planned to have men fighting in issued a statement which did not men tion any attacks by its Rogelio chief in ex ile of ihe told reporters one of the organizations objec the Fidel Cas trodictatorship had been especially from the point of view of psychological A Havana dispatch said the military had been placed on with all leaves The threats of attack have served a magnificent purpose in forcing extraordinary meas ures upon the Castro regime and County Chamber Banquet Tonight The Tuscarawas County Cham ber of Commerce will salute its industry tonight at an Industri al Appreciation Banquet in New Philadelphia Elks auditori Products manufactured lo cally will be on display in the auditorium throughout the The banquet will begin at James Rhodes will be the The successor to Ole current Chamber also will be an nounced DAY BRIGHTENER A 4hour day would bring many changes in our rescheduling coffee Legionnaire To Speak At Phila Memorial Services Merle Brady of Van national executive commit teeman for the American Le will deliver Memorial Day addresses in Dover and New a past Ohio Legion will deliver the principal address at Fair Street Cemetery at New Philadelphia following a 10 and then feature Dover services which will conclude a now serving a second 2year term on the national is a veteran of 43 months service with the Air Force during World War He is a past president of the Van Wert Lions Club and Retail Merchants He was named Van Werts Outstanding Young Man in He owns and oper ates a childrens and womens specialty The Dover parade will start at Wooster and 4th All veteran organizations will be represented and Dover High musical groups will furnish the Final program details at New Merle Brady Philadelphia will be announced following a meeting of the City Veterans Coordinating Commit representing the American Disabled American Vet VFW and the Veterans of World War next Monday The New Philadelphia group will decorated 864 graves in city and township cemeteries next Helmkamps To Change Paul DeBois of 809 14th owner and operator of Helmkamps Restaurant the today announced Balph Joe Bow Jr of RD New The transaction is effective June Ross is owner and operator of Around The World 33 the Ice Service io Dover and has been in that business 18 The building at 232 Tus 17 18 carawas is owned by 20 Mary who operated the restaurant 19 years prior to Ownership On June 1 selling to and Ross purchased the businesi and equipment on All personnel and the name will be DeBois indicat ed he will lend a band until the new owners get A Dover Ross graduat ed from Dover High in 1941 and went into the ice business after bis discharge from the Marine Corps in His and Ralph Ross reside at 132 Bell Ross is the former Ruth Phillips of New They have 2 a Dover High and a doubtless producing widespread unrest and chaos in the already floundering Cuban said another exile There was a flurry of rumors about sabotage and minor for ays by junta forces led by Man uel But the Havana re gimes radio confirmed none of Exiles that it took Havana radio 15 hours to confirm last weeks at tack on a sugar mill by an exile The juntas statement ap pealed to all Cuban exiles to help the fight to overthrow Caa Popular victory does not come in the form of spectacular it No action was announced by two other leading militant forc es among the the Revo lutionary Recovery which attacked the sugar and the forces headed by guer rilla fighter Eloy Gutierrez Me Various reports circulated in Miami about events purportedly occurring in Cuba but there was no confirmation from Iron Workers Obtain Tentative Agreement A union vote Friday night by members of Iron Workers Local 550 is the final hurdle remain ing for 3 years of uninterrupted construction work in the The union will vote on a 3 year contract hammered out in a 10hour session yesterday be tween negotiators for the union and the Construction Council of Stark which handled the talks covering contractors in an including Tusca Holmes and With Federal Mediator John the contrac tors and union arrived at an agreement calling for a 50cent hourly pay boost over the next 3 years thereby signaling the end of a 20dayold strike by the Iron James union busi ness said this morning the agreement will be presented to the local member ship for He added that the 50cent package calls for 20 cents this year and 15 cents an hour in each of the next 2 with the privilege that any or all of the increase may be put into the welfare or pensions David executive secretary of the Construction stated that he was pleased with the manner in which negotiations were han dled and the agreement reach With strikes in Youngstown and trades men in this area should be com mended for their attitude and interest in reaching agree ments in minimum he Negotiations with all trades were conducted on a high lev The 250member Iron Workers Phila Man Held To Grand Jury UHRICHSVILLE Arthur of 521 Ridge New entered a plea of not through his George this morning to a rape charge filed by the father of a 14yearold Uhrichsville Southern District County Court Judge Richard Mus grave continued Rothachers bond of which was set last Thursday following his ar rest by sheriff and bound him over to the grand Rothacher reportedly told Chief Deputy John Barlock that the girl went with him willing ly on May the night of the alleged Fish Tail Mo bile city detective insists this Fish story is he has a black eye as Charley Nail said he was pro ceeding in his boat through nearby Bay Sun day when a mullet leaped from the water and smacked him between the Local is the last of the building trades to approve an On members voted to end picketing on all jobs in the area after receiving a pledge that none of the other trades would do steel The Community Improvement of Tuscarawas County al so had requested the Iron Work ers to lift the picket at the pilot plant in Dover so mesh could be laid for the This was done and the CICs first ten Bobbie Brooks is ex pected to move its operation in to the building early in Other building trades reach ed agreements in the latter part of all of which called for 45cent hourly wage package for the 3 years Fund Findings In Court Audit Are Rectified Shortages noted in the state examiners reports on the Coun ty Central District Court from to July have been The which were ap proved by the Bureau of Inspec tion and Supervision of Offices on May were made by Examiner Vernon One covers the term of Judge Russell elected for term of 4 years beginning The second covers only the first 7 months of the term of Judge Clarence elected for 2 beginning Mishler included 3 findings for recovery in his report in Schears Against Schear was an overdraft of for his 1961 and for an improper 2 per cent commis sion charged against trustee ships in favor of Anna She is Judge Ferrells The third finding was against Ruth court and her surety Ohio Farmers Insurance for See Page i 2 Youths Held For Breakin Two Espenschied Rog of 402 Clair New and of 123 23rd who is home on leave from the Marine are being held in County Jail charged with breaking and entering a home on Dover Zoar The pair was picked up by sheriff deputies last night after they checked out an auto license registration given the Sheriffs Pauline reportedly the owner of the told dep uties she saw the car parked near the Deputies check ed and found a screen had been broken to gain The breakin occurred early Wednes day Nothing was reported