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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter May 27, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 27, 1964, Dover, Ohio ANNUAL VACATION SECTION rCATION-TIME IS HERE! J PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Wednesday, May 27. 1964 VOL 60. NO. 271.    48    PAGES. Parliament Sobs At Announcements Nehru DeadApartment Building To Replace Old Library Site By CONRAD FINK NEW DELHI, India (AP)-Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, the aristocratic statesman who led India in the paths of neutralism and socialism since it became independent in 1947, died today after suffering his second stroke in less than five months. He was 74. Home Minister G. L. Nanda, a senior Cabinet member who has a reputation for getting things done, was sworn in as acting prime minister. Nanda was sworn in by President Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. An elderly philosopher renowned in world academic circles, Radhakrishnan was charged under the constitution to take over the government on the death of the prime minister. But Nanda was quickly chosen to handle the administrative details. Nehru’s death was attributed to a heart attack and shock. “The prime minister is no more,” Steel Minister C. Sub-ramaniam told the sobbing Parliament. “Life is out. The light is out.” Nehru was stricken at 6:25 a.m. as he arose at his usual hour. He died at 2 p.m.—4:30 a m. EDT. seven hours and 35 minutes later A stroke on Jan. 7 had partially paralyzed his left side but he had recovered somewhat and in recent weeks had resumed his seat in Parliament. His only child, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, was with him when he died. A large team of doctors was in attendance. The U.S. Embassy offered its medical staff and equipment, but an embassy spokesman said the Indian government did not request assistance. Nehru’s two sisters, Mrs. Vijayalakshmi Pandit and Mrs. Krishna Hutheesingh, left Bombay by special plane for New Delhi. Mrs. Pandit is governor of Maharashtra State. Nehru’s death urgently raised a question that has plagued India for years — his successor. The strong-willed prime minis- ■ ter held the reins of power firm- ( See NEHRU. Page 8 I j^hbT JAWAHARLAL NEHRU SPURNS OUTSIDE REPRESENTATIVE Engineer Asks Local' Treater DOVER OBSERVANCE STARTS AT 1:30 P.M. Rev. Fr. Marcellus of St. Jo-1 will be held in Memorial Hall, seph’s Church will give the in- j vocation and Walter Van Al-! Brady also will be speaker for styne, commander of the Dover the New Philadelphia program Legion post, will speak briefly, in the Fair Avenue Cemetery Al Weinsz and Rudy Richards following a IO a m. parade. of the American Legion and The parade will form at 9:30 at Lawrence Essex and Frank 2nd and Fair Ave. NW. and will Lawrence of the VFW will be in move west on Fair to 3rd St. charge of laying memorial NW. south to W. High, east on wreaths at veterans’ graves. High to 3rd St. NE, and north Rev. Reinhard Krause will give on 3rd to the west gate of the the benediction. The Dover High cemetery. band will present selections. Following a “Parade In case of rain, the program See PARADES, Page 22 Dover’s annual Memorial Day Memorial services at the parade will begin at 1:30 p.m. cemetery will include an ad-Saturday at the corner of 4th dress by Merle F. Brady of and Wooster Ave. and will fob Van Wert, O., national executive low the usual route: south to 3rd committeeman for the American St. on Wooster; west on 3rd to Legion, and recitations by 2 Do-Walnut St., and north on Wal- ver 8th Graders. Susan Weller, nut St. to Maple Grove Ceme- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tery.    George    Weller    of    IIH    Crater School students and members Ave., will deliver the poem, “In of participating units who will Flanders Fields,” and Bob Mau-march in the parade are to rer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harmed at 4th and Wooster at I ry Maurer of 129 Glenview Ave., p.m., according to Parade Mar-j will give the “Gettysburg Ad-shal Dale Swinderman.    'dress.” Carolyn Sue Hinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hinson of 9 Parkview Dr., Dover, has been awarded a counseling assistantship in Ohio State University’s graduate resident program in student personnel. Ultimately her training can lead to a position as dean of women, or to other work in student personnel on the college level. Miss Hinson is a senior majoring in psychology and physical education, and will graduate from Wilmington College in June. At Wilmington, she is currently serving as president of the Associated Women Students, and last fall was named to the “Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges” directory of outstanding students from across the nation. She is also a member of the Dean of Students’ Advisory Council, and of several student-faculty committees. A member of Alpha Phi Kappa sorority, Miss Hinson is active in the Ohio Student Education Assn. and the Women’s Recreation Assn. Jury Rules Not Guilty Iii Bar Theft Downtown Dover will gain a new business establishment in the form of a men’s clothing store sometime after Aug. I, it was announced today by Steve Pruni of 136 McKinley Ave., Dover. Pruni, expressing faith in the downtown as a shopping area, will operate Pruni Men’s Shop, with clothing available for boys and men of all ages. The new business will be located in the Schwartz Building at 201 W. 3rd St., which formerly housed Lanza Jewelry. The store has been vacant more than 4 years. Pruni is married and the father of 4 children. A native of Weirton, W. Va., he has lived in Dover the last IO years. He presently is a salesman at Wil-; mar Furniture. A Common Pleas Jury yesterday afternoon returned a not guilty verdict in the grand larceny case involving John McNair of Jewett, a coal salesman. The 36-year-old McNab had been charged with stealing S146 from a cigar box at the J NG Grill in New Philadelphia on Jan. 30. The verdict climaxed a 2-day trial. McNab, represented by Atty. Joseph Streb of New Philadel-J phia, had been indicted by the May Grand Jury. He was charged with concealing the money in his artificial leg. Prosecutor Harlan Spies represented the state. McNab took the stand yesterday to give detail of the incidents in the bar. Also testifying was New Philadelphia police dispatcher Fred banning, who said he received no calls on i the theft while on duty. Sheriff deputies investigated the case. Edgar Swinderman, a bartender, said yesterday that he had the deputies notified after the Police Department phone I was busy. The case went to the jury at 3:15 p.m. yesterday and the verdict was returned after an ! hour’s deliberation. Scott Is Retained As GOP Chairman Tuscarawas County Republican Executive Committee, as expected, last night re-elected its 4 official officers. Frank Scott of New Philadelphia remains as chairman. Hudson Hillyer of Uhrichsville stays as vice chairman, as do James W. Painter and Mrs. Robert (Maxine) Mitchell, both of New Philadelphia, as treasurer and secretary, respectively. Mrs. Mitchell reported today that 31 out of 41 executive committee members attended a rather quiet session held in the New Philadelphia Youth Center. After election of the officrs, Scott then reappointed Roy Odenkirk of Sugarcreek as finance committee chairman, and Mrs. Dwight (Ann) Goodman of Dover as county chairwoman in charge of all Republican women’s activities. A new position was created in the women’s organization, with Mrs. Jay (Winifred) Roth of Uhrichsville being appointed as campaign director. Mrs. Mitchell noted that Dorothy Fed of 215 W. 6th St., Dover, had been appointed to the executive committee by Scott, raising the committee number to 41. Scott, as chairman, has the prerogative of appointing 5 persons in addition to the executive committee members who were elected last week by the Republican County Central Committee. In the reorganization of the County Republican party, there still remains for county central committee chairman, Jack Everhart, to appoint 45 precinct committeemen to vacancies not filled in the recent May primary election. Everhart will act upon recommendations made by parsec SCOTT, Page 2 John    F. Kennedy Memorial Stamp On Sale Friday The 5-cent John F. Kennedy memorial postage stamp will go on sale Friday at 8 a.m. in both the Dover and New Philadelphia post offices, marking the 47th birthday anniversary of the late president. Printed in blue, the stamp bears a portrait of the late president and a sketch of the eternal flame. It also contains’the quotation, taken from his inaugural address, “And the glow from that fire can truly light the world.” The Dover office has a supply of 10,000 stamps and the New Philadelphia office, 20,000. Both offices expect additional supplies soon. City Office "Face' Lifted Dover residents will find a “new look” in the City Light and Water Office when they stop in to pay utility bills. Service Director H. S. Ream said the 3-week renovation and modernization was completed yesterday, replacing the outmoded clerks “cages” with a low counter of modern materials and including new desks and improvements to the office. Geiser and Kappeler and J. A. Raeder Inc., were contractors for the project. No Paper Saturday . . . The Daily Reporter will not publish an edition Saturday to permit its employes to observe the holiday with their families and friends. News items involving weekend happenings should be submitted by IO a m. Friday morning for publication that day. TIME FOR BEAUTY. Cindy (left) and Bonnie Ankney, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ank-ney of 2704 Tremont St., Dover, used yesterday’s warm sunshine to good advantage — putting their dolly's hair into shape for the outdoor season. There's still several weeks before vacation begins, but they know it's nice to get ready early. Today's edition contains numerous vacation tips on travel, equipment and outdoor living. YESTERDAY High 81    Low    56 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low l*r. Albuquerque, cloudy 78 54 .02 Chicago, cloudy .... 82 57 .02 Cleveland, cloudy .. 79 58 .IO Los Angeles, cloudy 64 52    .. Miami, cloudy ..... 80 M .. New York, cloudy .. 82 65    .. Pittsburgh, cloudy . 79 63    .. St. Louis, cloudy ... 87 64 .75 San Fran., cloudy ..61 55    .. Washington, cloudy 84 66    .. TODAY 7 a.rn............... 63 RAINFALL Last 24 hours .19 inch TOMORROW Sunrise ........... 4:58 Sunset ............ 7:48 High 76    Low    50 Forecast: Fair and mild. Motorists Urged To Use Caution In Memorial Weekend Traffic Jobless Pay Claims Drop Officials of the Bureau of Unemployment Compensation at New Philadelphia today reported that new claims for the week ending May 23 totaled 57 —a drop of 39 for the average week in May last year. The 57 figure was 6 less than the previous week’s total of 63. Continued claims dropped 366 from last year’s weekly average in May The figure was 372 last week compared with the 738 in the 1962 average. There were 385 continued claim* the previous week. Power Is Disrupted IDT * u c Adjustments to the voltage * regulator on the large turbine  22 at Dover Municipal Light Plant 47 necessitated a disruption of pow* 45 er in the east section of the .... 451 city from 10:03 to 10:29 this 47 morning. Service Director H. S. 45 Ream said the adjustments re-2 suKed *n an overload on the 2 °R,er 2 turbines and officials 37 & 3fl temP°ranly cut off the Crater Ave. circuit, which services the  32 area north of the river and east IO it ll of Race St. COLUMBUS — “Honor the individual    motorist,”    said    Col. i the culprit during the Memorial dead by respecting the living” Cook.    | Day period last year, according —this was the suggestion today Last    year,    24    people    died    on    to Patrol statistics. of Col. Anson B. Cook, superin- Ohio highways. With even more Patrol records indicate that tendent of the Ohio Highway traffic expected this year, the half the 24 people killed last Me-Patrol, as he called on Ohio total for the one day shorter pe- morial Day died because some-motorists to disprove predictions hod could go beyond the 23 pre- one was not paying attention at of the safety experts on the dieted unless everyone makes a an intersection or some other expected traffic toll over the determined effort to stem the highway entrance point. Memorial Day weekend.    tide,    according    to    the    Patrol    The Patrol urged drivers not “Enforcement agencies will do chief.    to assume that the other driver their part to reduce the antici-    is going to stop because he is pated toll of 23 expected to be While improper speed is usu- legally required to do so. You killed over the holiday period, ally the biggest killer, failure may be right but you may also but the final answer lies with the to yield the right-of-way was! See CAUTION, Page 8 Around The World Dear Abby ....... Dr. Alvarez ...... Dr. Crane ........ Garen On Bridge . Horoscope ........ Hospital News .... Obituaries ........ Sports  ............ Television ......... I Women’s Page* ... DAY VC BRIGHTENER A temper is one of the few things that will improve the longer you keep it. ;

  • Anson B. Cook
  • Bonnie Ankney
  • Carolyn Sue Hinson
  • Conrad Fink
  • Dale Swinderman
  • Don Hinson
  • Edgar Swinderman
  • G. L. Nanda
  • H. S. Ream
  • Harlan Spies
  • Hudson Hillyer
  • Indira Gandhi
  • Jack Everhart
  • James W. Painter
  • Jawaharlal Nehru
  • John F. Kennedy
  • John Mcnair
  • Joseph Streb
  • Krishna Hutheesingh
  • Merle F. Brady
  • Reinhard Krause
  • Roy Odenkirk
  • Rudy Richards
  • Steve Pruni
  • Susan Weller
  • Vijayalakshmi Pandit
  • W. High
  • Walter Van Al

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: May 27, 1964

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