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Dover Daily Reporter Newspaper Archive: May 23, 1964 - Page 32

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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Page The Daily 6no May Funnier Facts From This Weeks News LOS ANGELES Barry Goldwater of Arizona got stuck in the elevator here while cam paigning for the Presidential He was with 10 others and a woman staffer for a national magazine when the CBS Build ing elevator stopped between floors and stayed that way for 12 I never thought Rockefeller would do this to Goldwater George Wallace of Ala bama tried to be funny when he explained why no Negro Ala bamans were with him during his campaign for the Democrat ic Presidential nomination in the We were he that they would get hit on the head with some of these signs which God Is SANTA The Bureau of Land Management Of fice will auction off some of the oddestshaped tracts of land in the Oklahoma One strip which stretches 168 miles is 200 feet wide at one end and only several inches wide at the Several strips a half mile long are no wider than 20 feet at any Some acres of this kind of land is up for Most of it is land remaining from old boundary disputes or unclaim Strasburg Library Gets New Books By Arthur Strauss Telephone 8785222 STRASBURG New books received recently at Strasburg library are The Fifth Woman by Fagyas The Honor of Shelton by Elizabeth Seifert On The Edge of the Rift by Elspeth Huxley Credos and Curios by James Thurber In A Summer Season by Eliza beth Taylor Fanny Hurst Follow the Free Wind Leigh Brackett Injun Bert Cloos Death and Circum stance Hillary Waigh Scrim shaw and Sudden Brian OBrien A Hero for Jack Hoffenberg Glair De Pierre La Mure Here Doris Disney and Ant arctic Jack Buenas Madres Club mem bers and guests attended the Mike Douglas television show at Cleveland Those attending were Ben Robert Terry Richard James Richard Larry David Don James Woody Jeff Ab Ray Glenn Pat rick Bill William Richard George Terry Ward Gloria Es Robert Ed Arthur Strauss Heiny Carl Thomas William all of and Larry Stein of Donna Jean Lautenschleg of Sugarcrcek and Tony Young of New Philadel Majel Frie da Nina Newmil Violet Linerode and and Cary Walker tour ed the Fenton Glass Factory of Girl Scout Brownie Troop 791 held a mother daughter ban quet Tuesday night at Chicken Tables were decorated with miniature Brownies made and decorated by Art Johnny Appleseed was sung and Patrol 2 presented an atom ic hat Carr and Pat Fearon are patrol Gifts with a a was given by Patrol Simpson and James Duvall are neighborhood presented member ship stars to each girl and Brownie Guards and Girl Scout pins to A medley of songs was sung by the Brownies and the meet ing was closed with Guests were Lester Bates and William Ginger and Dale Deibel and James Sheri and Pete Angelo and Don Meek and Walter Myers and Ramon Ann and Simpson and Jack Stoneman and Art Carr and William and James Dunaway and Richard Gor don and Paul Hay es and Dale Hart line and Glenn Sex ton and Ed Smith and Terry Lang and Ann McHen troop were un able to and Robert Num bers and sons have moved to the Andy Harvey property on 3rd formerly occupied by and Jerry who have moved to 9th Mary Bower of is visiting the Dean Dean Huth visited re cently for 2 weeks with her daughter and and Wayne Pyle and son in ed because Jf surveying What sometimes seems a worthless piece in the assort ment turns out to be very valua like the isolated hilltop which turned out to be an excel lent site for a television relay KLAOMA CITY By rul ing of the District Court the Federal Aviation Agency will continue its 8aday sonicboom tolerance tests over the city de spite all kinds of Among the complaints lodged with the court was one by a women who insisted that the sonic booms embarrassed her by causing her brassiere straps to A worker in a dynamite plant claims the booms have shattered his nerves and caus ed him to develop an ulcer from sheer Police here received a letter from a man named Jack address Chi asking them to help him select a His only requirements were that she be and could bake ROME The judge handed Trento Manna a check and ask ed if it was the bad check he had Manna looked at it wadded it put it in to his mouth and swallowed He was rushed to the hospital for Xrays to see if he also swal lowed the pin used to clip the check with other court docu Reports said he had but included no other dis position of the Belgium Wid ow Marie Cortevin last week married Jean Si moneaus brother had married Madame Cortevins daughter 10 years and the daughter now has 4 children So the new Madame Simoneau is now spending her honeymoon trying to figure how she will explain to those who inquire that she is an aunt and a grandmoth er to the children of her daughter who is her sisterin LONDON Pop singer Brian Gregg paid the price of fame in court last Gregg tried to explain to the judge that his fans had taken the license plates and head lights from his car as souve This happens all the If what you say is then this appears to be an occupa tional hazard for which you have to bear said the magistrate and fined the singer for having no plates and for the Shown in This order YOUR FAVORITE DRIVEIN THEATRE Tonite 3 Color Features Newest Tarzan JOCK MAHONEY in Tarzans 3 Challenges ROCK ROD TAYLOR in the Thrilling Epic of the Air Command A Gathering Of Eagles JOEL McCREA in THE TALL STRANGER OF STRASBURG ON 21 AND at Cartoon Carnival Then The Colorful epic adventure f F COLOB STARRING parking offense Gregg could not Pe ter a mechanic at the Ford Motor Plant had quietly piece by all the parts he needed to assem ble a complete At which police arrested but fined him only since he had not completed his work of as Hepatitis Hits Alabama Prison An outbreak of infectious hepa titis at Alabamas Kilby Prison has left 3 inmates dead and 19 The last death reportedwas that of David McLeod who suc cumbed to the liver disease Thursday Prison Commissioner Frank Lee said the first cases of hepa titis appeared about the first of the He said a blood plas ma program in which prisoners had participated since Decem ber 1962 had been even though doctors determined there apparently is no connec tion between the plasma pro gram and the hepatitis out Car Kills Worker Ohio of nearby Coy ington was killed Friday when a mower he was operating was struck by an auto on Interstate 75 just north of Dy singer was an Ohio Highway Department QUAKER ENDS TONITE 79 GLENN FORD ADVANCE TO THE REAR PREVUE TONITE 11 13579 TUIiBBKNNER RICARD WIDMARK GHAKDUS iggi HELL WITH THE MOST Bishop Appoints New School Heads Ohio The Emil Kalafut has been named head of the new Canton East Side Catholic High which will open its doors to 300 pupils in Fa ther Kalafut is an assistant to Auxiliary Bishop James Ma superintendent of the Youngstown diocesan Bishop Emmet Walsh also announced Friday that the John principal of John High School in will be in of the new John Kennedy High School in Train Kills Boy CINCINNATI is dead from injuries he suffered Tuesday when a freight train knocked 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