Wednesday, May 27, 1964

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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1964, Dover, Ohio 48 Wednesday May PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Parliament Sobs At Announcement Indias Nehru Dead at 74 Nanda Sworn In To Handle Minister Role By CONRAD FINK NEW India Prime Minister Jawaharlal the aristocratic states man who led India in the paths of neutralism and socialism since it became independent in died today after suffering his second stroke in less than five He was Home Minister a senior Cabinet member who has a reputation for getting things was sworn in as acting prime Nanda was sworn in by Pres ident Sarvepalli An elderly philosopher renowned in world academic Had hakrishnan was charged under the constitution to take over the government on the death of the prime But Nanda was P i ru i v j r i quickly chosen to handle the ad County Engineer Charles Young yesterday refused to deal ministrative JAWAHARLAL NEHRU SPURNS OUTSIDE REPRESENTATIVE Engineer Local Treater further with Road and Bridge Workers Local Ameri can Federation of County and Municipal until it excludes extracounty at the same offeredthe workers a pay raise cover ing a 3month period in the year and indicated his agreement to the statement of policy with changes proposed by the set his position in a 2page signed statement which he gave to union officials pres ent at yesterdays meeting and their Carl Holt of Holt told Whenever the Local designates represent atives and you refuse to meet with you are refusing to He warned Young If you notify other cals there are 7 such in Ohio you are refusing to meet with authorized In his the county engineer declared To date we have been in disagreement 5 days less than 3 I1 have asked myself Why this extra time Why this wide margin of difference I have attempted to resolve this question into one plausible explanation or In 1961 you were represent ed by a local resident of carawas County today you are not represented by a resident of Tuscarawas I feel this is the reason we are no clpser to a mutually agreed wage scale than we were 3 when our negotiations my personalopinion that until you align yourselves a representative who is a resi dent of Tuscarawas County and who would be in a position to understandthe problems confronting both the em ployes and Tuscarawas the we will never be able to be in After Young placed his state ment before the union a heated exchange Holt retorted The Local does not try to dictate to you as See Page 8 Scoff Is Retained As COP Chairman Tuscarawas County Republi can Executive as last night reelected its 4 official Frank Scott of New Philadel phia remains as Hud son Hillyer of Uhrichsville stays as vice as do James Painter and Robert both of New as treasurer and Mitchell reported today that 31 out of 41 executive com mittee members attended a rather quiet session held in the New Philadelphia Youth After election of the Scott then reappointed Roy Odenkirk of Sugarcreek as fi nance committee and Dwight Ann Goodman of Dover as county chairwom an in charge of all Republican womens A new position was created in the womens with Jay Winifred Roth of Uhrichsville being appointed as campaign Mitchell noted that Doro thy Wil of 215 6th bad been appointed to the executive committee by raising the committee number to as has the prerogative of ap pointing 5 persons in addition to the executive committee DAY BRICHTENER A temper is one of the few things that will improve the longer you keep members who were elected last week by the Republican County Central In the reorganization of the County Republican there still remains for county central committee Jack Ev to appoint 45 precinct committeemen to vacancies not filled in the recent May primary Everhart will act upon recommendations made by par See Page 9 No Paper Saturday The Daily Reporter will not the Holiday with their families and publication that Nehrus death was attributed to a heart attack and The prime minister is no Steel Minister Sub ramaniam told the sobbing Par Life is The light is Nehru was stricken at as he arose at his usual He died at 2 seven hours and 35 minutes A stroke on 7 had partially paralyzed his left side but he had recov ered somewhat and in recent wveeks had resumed his seat in His only Indira was with him when he A large team of doctors was in The offered its medical staff and but an em bassy spokesman said the Indi an government did not request Nehrus two Vijayalakshmi Pandit and Krishna left Bom bay by special plane for New Pandit is governor of Maharashtra Nehrus death urgently raised a question that has plagued In dia for his The strongwilled prime minis ter held the reins of power firm See Page 8 John Kennedy Memorial Stamp On Sale Friday The 5cent John Kennedy memorial postage stamp will go on sale Friday at 8 in both the Dover and New Phil adelphia post marking i president Printed in the stamp bears a portrait of the late pres ident and a sketch of the eternal It also containsthe quo publish an edition Saturday to And the glow frpm replacing the out permit its employes to observe that fire can truly light the moded clerks cages with a tna e i i wo o The Dover office has a sup a oup cue turn JUVIUUUIK new ucaft Newsi itemsi involving weekend ply of stamps and the improvements to the happenings should be submitted New Philadelphia Geiser and Kappeler and morninS for Both offices expect additional Raeder were contractors DUDllCrltlfin that nav supplies Apartment Building To Replace Old Library Site This is an artists sketch of structurewill be built fronting a proposed 8unit apartment building which will be erected by Hobart Johnson of president of Twin Cities Con crete The steel frame and brick Hickory Alley off be tween 4th and 5th The home to be razed for the project formerly housed the Public Library and is occu pied by Victor The 50foot frontage on Walnut is num bered According to the real eastate transfers in the Recorders Of Johnson purchased 4 lots totaling 200 feet deep along the Work on the apartment build Dover Student Gets Graduate Carolyn Sue daughter of and Don Hinson of Walnut and north j nut to Maple Grove Ceme School students and members of participating units who will march in the parade are to meet at 4th and Wooster at 1 according to Parade Mar shal Dale 9 Parkview has on Wooster west on 3rd to beenawarded a counseling as sistantship in Ohio State Uni versitys graduate resident pro gram in student Ultimately her training can lead to a position as dean of or to other work in stu dent personnel on the college Miss Hinson is a senior ma joring in psychology and physi cal and will gradu ate from Wilmington College in At she is current ly serving as president of the Associated Women and last fall was named to the Whos Who Among Students in American Universities and Col leges directory of outstanding students from across the She is also a member of the Dean of Students Advisory and of several student faculty A member of Alpha Phi Kappa Miss Hinson is active in the Ohio Student Education and the Womens Recreation City Office Face Lifted the 47th birthday anniversary Dover residents will find ft of the late new took the City Light Water Office when they stop in to pay utility Service Director Ream said the 3week renovation and taken from his inaugural modernization was completed low counter of modern raateri als and including new desks and for the Motorists Urged To Use Caution In Memorial Weekend Traffic COLUMBUS Honor the dead by respecting the living rthjs was the suggestion today of Anspn superin tendent pf the Ohio Highway as he called on Ohio motorists to disprove predictions of the safety experts on the expected traMe W over the Memorial Pay Enforcement agencies will do their part to reduce the antici ited toll of 23 expected to be over the hut the fmal wswer lies with the individual said Last 24 people died on Ohio With even more traffic expected this the total fpr the one day shorter pe riod could go beyond the 23 pre dicted unless everyone makes a determined effort to stem the according to the Patrol While improper speed is usu ally the biggest failure to yield rightofway the culprit during the Memorial Day period last according to Patrol Patrol records WTW half the 34 people kjUed last Me morial Day died because some one was not paying attention at an intersection or some other highway entrance The Patrol urged drivers aot to assume that the other driver is going to stop because he if legally required to do You may be right but you may also ing is expected to be started within 6 Johnson said this morning that one feature of the 8 two bedroom apartments will be a central airconditioning I am enthused about the project and certain that it will be a fine addition to that area of our Johnson Each of the suites will be completely carpeted and feature In the basement of the 2story structure will be a modern laundry for the apart ment DOVER OBSERVANCE STARTS AT Parades To Mark Dovers annual Memorial Day parade will begin at Saturday at the corner of 4th and Wooster and will fol low the usual route south to 3rd Memorial at the cemetery will include an ad dress by Merle Brady of Van national executive committeeman for the American and recitations by 2 Do ver 8th daughterof and1 George 1111 Crater will deliver the In Flanders Fields and Bob Mau son of and Har ry Maurer of 129 Glenview will give the Gettysburg Ad Marcellus of Jo sephs Church will give the in vocation and Walter Van Al commander of the Dover Legion will speak Al Weinsz and Rijdy Richards of the American Legion and Lawrence Frank Lawrenceof the VFW will be in of laying memorial wreaths at veterans Reinhard Krause will give the The Dover High band will present In case of the program Clothing Store Planned Here Downtown Dover will gain a new business establishment in the form of a mens clothing store sometime after it was announced today by Steve Pruni of 136 McKinley Do expressing faith in the downtown as a shopping will operate Pruni Mens with clothing available for boys and men of all The new business will be lo cated in the Schwartz Building at 201 3rd which for merly housed Lanza The store has been more than 4 Pruni is married and the fa ther of 4 A native of he has lived in Dover the last 10 He presently is a salesman at Wil mar YESTERDAY High 81 Low 56 Elsewhere In High Low cloudy 78 54 cloudy 82 57 cloudy Los cloudy cloudy New cloudy cloudy cloudy San cloudy 79 58 64 52 80 M 82 65 79 63 87 64 61 55 cloudy 84 66 TODAY 7 63 RAINPAIL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunset High 76 Low 50 Forecast Fair and TIMi FOR Cindy left and Bonnie daughters of and Clarence Ank ney of 2704 Tremont used warm sunshine to good advantage putting their hair Into shape for the outdoor Theres still several before vacation but they know nice to get ready edition numerous vacation on equipment and outdoor ON THE INSIDE Around The World 22 Dear Abby 47 Alvarez 45 45 Goren On Bridge 47 45 Hospital News Obituaries 2 Sports 37 38 Television 32 10 H Power It Disrupted Adjustments to the voltage regulator on the large turbine at Dover Municipal Light Plant necessitated a disruption of pow er in the east section of the city from to this Service Director Ream said the adjustments re sulted in an overload on the other 2 turbines and officials temporarily cut off the Crater which services the area north of the river and east of Race will be held in Memorial Brady also will be speaker for the New Philadelphia program in the Fair Avenue Cemetery following a 10 The parade will form at at 2nd andFair and will move west on Fair to 3rd south on High to 3rd and north on 3rd to the west gate of Following a Parade See Page 22 Jury Rules Not Guilty Bar Theft A Common Pleas Jury yes terday afternoon returned a not guilty verdict in the grand lar ceny case involving John Mc Nab of a coal sales The 36yearold McNab had been charged with stealing from a cigar box at the JNG Grill in New Philadelphia on The verdict climaxed a 2day represented by Joseph Streb of New Philadel had been indicted by tha May Grand He was charg ed with concealing the money in his artificial Prosecutor Harlan Spies represented the McNab took the stand yester day to give detail of the inci dents in the testifying was New Philadelphia police dispatcher Fred who saiq he received no calls on the theft while on Sheriff deputies investigated the Edgar a bar said yesterday that he had the deputies notified after the Police Department phone was The case went to the jury at yesterday and the ver was returned after an hours Jobless Pay Claims Drop Officials of the Bureau of Un employment Compensation at New Philadelphia today ported that new claims for week ending May 23 totaled 5T drop of 39 fpr the average week in May last The If figure was 6 less than the pre vious weeks total Continued claims dropped 36ft from last years weekly avejrags in The figure was 372 last week compared with the 738 in the 196 There were 385 continual ckiraj tin previous