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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                lr55tence ls Key To Johnsons First 6 Months In Office By PRANK CORMlEft WASHINGTON AP Lyn don Baines today six months in the is re ported to be training his sights ent a grandslam victory at the pom in November 50 states and the District of who stepped out of the background 22 to grasp the torch of government from the fallen John often standing Friends say he hopes to stand taller on the political horizon in Reporter Columnist Marlow Is A Pulitzer Prize Winner 32 another six months than any other president in And like the army of other small and Johnson intends to stand on his He in this halfyear from autumn to labored like a mtdedflvef to try to whip the New legislative granl through Congress but emblazoned with the fresh LBJ A dedicated poll Johnson is very much aware that a recent Gallup poll credits him with greater popularity than President Roosevelt enjoyed in May That was the year FDR car ried every state except Maifle and rolling up a land slide record that still Johnson calls Roosevelt his second but being a man who likes to stand tall he intends to do his dead level pet Johnson to beat that If this sounds the President is not one to sell him self Woven into the rec ord of his first six months in office is a neversaydie As leader of Senate Demo crats in the Johnsons strong point was an ability to DAILY REPORTER compromise the views of ing factions and fashion coali tions capable of enacting major In his empha sis on compromise was so marked at dis See Page 7 HOME EDITION Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew May 1964 Serving Over Familiet PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Rhodes Pledges Speedup n Construction David son of and Joe Korns of 746 New last night presented James Rhodes a registered Irish Setter The pups Davids is My Wild Irish y By James Davis Daily Reporter City Editor profits and eco nomic James Rhodes favorite topic in his 60 or so talks across the state in the last 2 was used again last night as 355 gathered to salute Tuscarawas Countys In addressing the Chamber oi Commerce Rhodes al so stated You will have In terstate James White Shock nessy will look in on MERGER COULD EASE HILAND HIGH PINCH Amish Vote Strength Stymies School Plans In East Holmes MILLERSBURG The strength of the Amish vote in the East Holmes School Distric apparently has kayoed a plan to relocate its elementary stu dents because of crowded con Bulb Vandals Hit Dover Park Park Clarence Stucky told Dover police yesterday tha 19 light bulbs and a spotlight were broken at City Park by vandals sometime betweenWed nesday night and early Thurs day Service Director Ream stated that actual cost of replac ing the broken lights is small but that such replacements wil cost the city an unnecessary ex He added that patrolling the area to combat such van dalism is nearly Stucky also announced that the park will officially open on May Park hours will be from to 11 and watchmen will be on Clayworkers WildcatEnds UHRICHSVILLE Evans Pipe is again in operation today following a halfday wild cat strike at noon yesterday by United Brick Workers Local 499 because of a disputed safety device for a Steam Company officials had agreed to install the device in negotia tions on plant rules during the recent 3week but said they were unable to secure it The men claimed they were unwilling to work without it but a telephone call to the man ufacturer resulted in the de vices installation by starting time this Shopping Center Talks Option Extended Negotiations are continuing for establishing a million shopping center south of New Philadelhia on Route 2508 near Schqenbrunn Moravian Option on land owned by George Rasche of New Phila delphia has been ac cording to Charles Do ver who is attempting to work out the details between a Li ma and New Phila delphia The parties have met the proposal was broach U The Board of Education an nounced its decision to aban don the plan last night following 2horar special meeting on the problem in Hijand High at nearby The Amish have denounced the plan as de facto integra since it was devised sev eral months Board President John Menuez said We will have to do something else to keep our school district The pos sibility of portable classrooms or construction of at several of buildings will have to be Approximately 50 attended the an estimated 20 of whom were We would like to have our country one Amish man The children are spending too many hours away from Weathervane YESTERDAY High 81 Low 45 Elsewhere In High Low clear 86 57 65 clear 71 51 Los cloudy 79 55 cloudy 81 77 New clear 71 52 clear 77 53 clear 90 69 San cloudy 65 49 clear 75 57 TODAY 7 55 RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 92 Low 60 Forecast Fair and hot The board had planned to transport students between sev eral elementary schools in or der to obtain more Also discussed was the future of Hiland High because of a low The it was pointed was constructed to house 325 Presently there are 172 School Principal Robert Schrock said he was discourag ed by the small You cannot operate a good high school with 172 We have had to reduce sub ject he I hate to think what will happen at Hiland in 5 athletically and We have lost 30 students in the last 5 You better start looking into the high school op eration to see what will hap he Schrock also said his solu tion to the problem would be a consolidation with Garaway and Baltic High I know there will be but I can see no other avenue We can but the stu dent is the is losing right Do you have the right to give high school stu dents a second rate He noted that state standards for an efficient high school op eration is 250 The board passed out mimeo graphed sheets showing that the East Holmes tax rate is more than 6 mills less than that of the West Holmes compared to No Charges Filed As Yet In Breakin Miss Pauline Seikel of Dover said this morning she would not file charges against 2 youths who reportedly broke into a summer cabin she owns on the DoverZoar Being held in County Jail are Roger of 402 Clair New Phila and Donald Espen of 123 23rd It is not known if dep uties will press charges or if they will be Miss Seikel stated she didnt want to prefer charges since one of the is on leave from the Marine Nothing was reported missing from the cabin but the youths reportedly broke in to have a Shocknessy has been tabbed as Ohios Expediter after he rushed through completion of the Ohio He current ly is engaged in completimg the final leg of IS Rhodes lauded the apprecia tion dinner as a tribute to the present industry which provides 80 per cent of the jobs in Tus carawas is the biggest the largest contributor to charity and represents 95 per cent of countys He mentioned Bobbie Brooks terming it the fastest grow ing womens apparel firm in the Five of our neighboring states have sought a Bobbie Brooks he One has offered the firm to lo cate a The Community Improvement of Tuscara was County is investing in the county This new plant means 400 jobs and an annual payroll of million which will result in an additional sales tax to the coun ty of over the next 30 the life expectancy of the pilot plant being The plant also means 160 new homes will be bought in a years 176 new automo Ole retiring Chamber of Commerce is shown with his Otto and Bob last nights banquet Cincinnati Mom Has Male Quad CINCINNATI AP A 39 yearold mother gave birth to boys and iden morning in Catherine Booth The Willie Mae Min and the boys were reported doing They were placed in incubators and are in apparent good physicial said a The father is Robert a drill press opera tor at the General Electric plant Booth which handles only maternity is operat ed by the Salvation Glenn hospital super noted happily that the births came during National Salvation Army The first of the quads was born at and weighed three 14 The others came at three 12 Three five ounces and three pounds The Minceys have five other boys and a The oldest is a 17yearold the also a is SPIES WITHHOLDS INFORMATION Parolee Injured In Slain Mans Brother Held Sandy of War dell is in Coun ty Jail as the result of an ear ly morning fracas with Otis about of who was convicted of the June killing of Alexanders Elmer reportedly on parole after being sentenced to 1 to 20 years in the Ohio Penitentiary for the shotgun was treat ed and released at Twin City Sheriff Deputies say they were ordered by Prosecutor Harlan Spies to withhold all information on the case until charges are Officials of the hospital also refused to release the ex tent of Browns pre sumably on instructions from au jailed by deputies at this was pick ed up by Uhrichsville police af ter they found him in a tele phone booth near Goodings who claimed he shot Alexander after an argument over his commonlaw Min pleaded guilty after being indicted by a Grand Jury for firstdegree Case Against Dover Motorist A reckless operation charge against 17yearold Donald Tho burn of RD has been dismissed in Juvenile Court by Judge Ralph The action Mowing a hearing yesterday in which Djiver police claimed the youth slammed on his brakes in front of Dover High April 10 and caused an auto to hit him in the The driver of the other Robert of 118 3rd New was told not to apply for his opera tors license until 6 months af ter turning 16 for not having a Grave Transfer To Be Delayed Removal of the bodies of chil dren buried on the former Chil drens Home property in Dover will probably not take place un tjlafter Memorial county commissioners said Custodians at the Maple Grove Cemetery at where the court has ordered the said their busy schedule would make preparations for the single common grave almost impossi ble before the end of the County Engineer Charles Young has indicated that his crews are hardpressed with their work schedule at Engineer equipment will be used to help with the removal of the which was ordered by Common Pleas Judge Lamneck on The commissioners said today they had not as yet contracted with any mortuary to perform the actual removal of the re mains Ohio law demands that a dren who doesnt sh ranwd P is really pretty By CHARLEY DICKENS to either the New Phil adelphia service or safety director Now that those new lines have been painted throwing traffic into onelane lines at some we suggest the noparking signs be set some feet so that moving traffic wont be forced to cross the double yellow line in order to clear a parked Our landscaping awards would go right now to such business places as Surety Sav ings Loan on Wooster in Gintz DriveIn Clean ers on Tuscarawas and Citizens National Bank across from the New Philadelphia Post Those plants and planters are a nice Students in Dover Highs Eng ligh III and IV classes turned themselves into mathemati cians recently and compiled these figures on this years They had filled 150 notebooks with com positions at a total cost of in paper and 75 cents in We waited a little to make sure Commissioner Delmar Baer stayed on the job before we offered congratulations on his recovery from surgery in University Hospital at Colum It seems he had some re pairs to get all systems go for his campaign for state rep DAY BRIGHTENER The father of 5 small chil doesnt show UD foi enough taxation to edu cate 80 in new bank in addi tional retail sales enough to support 6 new retail stores plus another 100 Rhodes referred to the ero sion on all levels when it conies to assuming claiming that no man is an island unto himself and that it is everyones responsibility to be concerned with his commu job and When a high school graduate 77 in Tuscarawas County has to leave to find a each of you must share a part of the he Ohio passed through a cor rosive period from when we had less jobs and the highest number of people on re lief and welfare roles than any state in the What makes Ohio go Eco nomic growth Profit When the unproductive segment goes the productive segment goes down and taxes go up to sup See Page OPERATIONS ENLARGED Jet Flights Viewing Laos By JOHN HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON AP The start of jet reconnaissance flights over Red threatened Laos may be only the first of several actions enlarging Amer ican military operations in Southeast officials said Faced with Communist ad vances posing increasingly seri ous threats to Laos and neigh boring South Viet policymakers have been consid ering a wide variety of including Strikes against North Viet dispatch of more air and sea power into the landing of forces in Thailand if the Thai government agrees such help is and direct military intervention in Laos Further steps will be officials if the situation continues to In another not necessarily connected with the Laotian a Navy carrier squadron has left the Indian Ocean and rejoined the main body of the 7th Fleet in the it was learned It brings to three the force of big attack carriers in Far East ern Officials said they were not certain how quickly the con Police Check 3 Accidents Three accidents were inves tigated by Dover police yester but no one was cited or Damage was At Frank of Tippecanoe backed into another car operated by Wil liam of Canton at Front and Tuscarawas Wills told police that he had backed up in order to al low a truck to make a right At Nelson Schill of 221 3rd back ed from a parking stall on the north side of 3rd east of Tuscarawas and struck a westbound auto driven by Rebecca of 1703 McMillan Later at police investi gated a mishap on Wooster south of Oxford in which both cars had been mov ed from the accident Thomas Jackson of Cleveland told police that Maude of 313 16th New changed from the right to left lane and struck his right rear Fisher claimed that she was in the left lane and that Jackson crowded her into the right striking her left front frontation in Southeast Asia would reach a showdown stage if diplomacy fails to find a way out of the present Events could develop depending on what the Communists decide to President Johnson and Secre tary of State Dean Rusk were described as still hopeful that diplomatic pressures on the Communist powers and the prospect of greater mili tary involvement in the area See Page 6 No Action Seen Now On Filling Dempster Post Assistant William in the Ohio Secretary of States today advised Board of Elections Clerk Victor Turner that Jess Dempsters position as state representative will not be filled until the November gen eral Section of Revised Code directs that the governor must issue a writ calling for a special election to fill a vacancy which occurs in the office of representatives to the General It is unlikely that the gov ernor will issue such a Harrington told Turner today in a telephone since there is no important business presently before the General As Both Turner and Harrington agreed that the cost of staging a special election to fill the vacancy caused by Dempsters would be a heavy bur den upon the Turner es timated the cost as being over since it would be coun Turner pointed only 5 months remain until the general election when the race between Democrat nomi William and Repub Delmar will fill the view of the statute and the statement from Harrington to Turner said the Board of Elections would take no action until notice from the governor would direct ON THE INSIDE Around The World 6 Churches 22 23 Hospital News 2 Obituaries 2 Spoais 17 18 Television 20 Womens Pelves 14 15   

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