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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1964, Dover, Ohio A folio Moonship Buoys US Hopes Of Lunar Landings Within Decade em fir st unmanned Model of the Apollo moonship orbited the earth buoying hopes flf manned lunar landings in the Gfeofge director of the nations manned space flight said the success adds to oar confidence in ing bur goal of landing men on the moon in this But he said many more launchings in the Apollo and several unmanned programs are required before man sets forth on a lunar A Saturn I which the United States claims is the most powerful in the hoisted the spacecraft into orbit more than 100 ffifles high Both rocket and spacecraft launched were Model f ver sions of the more streamlined hardware to be used on the moon The spacecraft weighed only carried no inter nal gear and did not separate from the barned out second It was the same shape as the real thing which will weigh pounds and proved that in Combination with the Saturn 1 it could with stand the jolting climb through the No recovery of the satellite was The Saturn I logged its sixth successful test flight in as many Saturn with million pounds of booster is forerunner of the massive million pound thrust Saturn See page 17 TopNotch Reporter Photography Makes A Better Newspaper THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION 24 PAGES Largest Circulation In Tnscarawas County DoverNew May Serving Over Famtlfet PHONE 42167 7 CENTS New Edifice To Present Joseph Repl i i ii ii This is an artists projection of the new Josephs Catholic Church which have drawn plans for the 110by86 foot bids will be accepted for will soon replace the present churchmonastery on Tuscarawas Demolition of the present dedicated in is expected to begin in midJune with Beaver Excavating of Canton handling the The 67 yearold building was condemned by the state 18 months ago and parishioners that time have been attending services in the school cafeteria and various construction Marcellus said yesterday that contracts will be let to local contractors as far as Construction could begin in August and pending weather the church could be completed within a year A t AI i No definite cost estimate is available until specifications are A drive As soon as specifications are completed by Krause Associates of who last year obtained pledges of approximately The new building will face uscarawas with the pres nt front door the rectory n the approximate site of the ront doors of the new he building will be closest to 7th running parallel to ie alley intersection east of Phila Grants Seven School Loans Six New Philadelphia High seniors and one 1963 graduate now attending Kent State Uni versity today were named as first recipients of scholarship loans totaling by the Cit dzens Scholarship Foundation of New They are Kent State freshman Edward Davetta Sue Rapport and Charold Lee each Cuyler Maurine Joy and Marsha Jane Ricker and Donna Jean Students were notified of the awards Thursday pri or to todays public announce Formal presentation oi certificates to the students will be made June 8 during the Ki wanis Club Winners were selected by a 6member awards committee who reviewed coded applica tions earlier this Iden tities of the students were not known until names were match ed with the coded forms this week to determine the recipi The scholarship awards are based on initiative as demonstrated by the students efforts toward ability to succeed in further study and acceptability to the school or college of their son of and Mrs Howard Bean of 519 Fair New Philadelphia See Page 12 Woman Taps Phila Barrel Mildred Posgai of Sher rodsville has reasons for being happy She was reg istered when her name wa drawn yesterday for the in the New Philadelphia Mer chants Lucky She was presented a check this morn ing by Ted merchants Registration for next week Dover Lions Select Scholarship Winner Donald son of longtime club member Donald Swonger Fair Weather Predicted For Area Parades The weatherman has cooper ated by predicting Saturday will be fair and continued pro viding ideal conditions for Tus carawas County residents to at tend traditional Memorial Day parades and services scheduled throughout the Dovers parade will begin at at the corner of 4th and Wooster and will trav el south on Wooster to 3rd west on 3rd to Walnut and north on Walnut to Maple Groce The cemetery program will in clude addresses by representa lives of veterans organize selections by the Dover High and student recita Marchers are to meet at 1 at 4th and Wooster The New Philadelphia parade will form at at 2nd and Fair NW and will move west on Fair at 10 to 3rd south to east on High to 3rd NE and north on 3rd to the Fair Avenue In the Twin City See Page 11 and Eobert Swon ger of RD was named today as recipient of the Dover Lions Club Elmer Hyde Schol arship a 4year college grant valued at President Frank in making the re ported that a certificate would be presented Swonger at next Tuesday nights club meeting in Helmkamps The award is the third grant ed by the Dover civic The first went to William Bit a 1956 Dover High grad uate who compiled an enviable scholastic record at Ohio State John Ferchill of New a Josephs earned the second grant and is scheduled to grad uate this year at Fenn College in Swonger ranks high in the Do ver High graduating class of He has earned units of having taken 5 and some times 6 credits per The award winner will use the grant to attend Western Reserve where he already has received a He plans to enter the field ol The Lions Club which came into being after a success ful Rose Day campaign in was named in honor of Elmer A ranees off Tuscarawas mentary ua nyuG nau ueeu ail ow ive worker in Lionism and the 40 cars wil1 be situated but by nature al outh of the with en ways chose to remain inconspic uous in his The award was made by a ommittee headed by Robert Dover High principal and club Selection was ased on the need for financial assistance coupled with scholas ic Seventeen students applied for he DAY BRIGHTENER Early to bed and early to rise also will be at is the fate of men wjth ambitious the Earl with bon wjves us times all day Weathervane YESTERDAY High 61 Low 35 Elsewhere In High Low Pr clear cloudy cloudy Los clear New cloudy cloudy clear San cloudy cloudy 72 53 Missing TODAY 7 45 SAJNFALl Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 70 Low 42 Forecast continue 82 54 60 46 56 38 72 54 81 73 71 M 62 40 65 44 64 53 who died in Prior to iis Hyde had been an ac md 6th The church proper will in seating for 624 parish a choir area and a cry The sanctuary will be with baptistry and priest and server boy sacristies Entrances will be situated on both sides of a large See Page 17 Phila Auto Stolen Theft of a 1954 Bel Air Chev rolet was reported to New Philadelphia police at this morning by Thurston Fish of 118 Ashwood Lane He said the black and white car was taken from the rear of Barneys Fighting Kids Gone New Philadelphia police in vestigated a complaint at yesterday afternoon when kids were reported to be fighting in the middle of 3rd St No one was Lawn Mower Stolen Theft of a Jawn mower wa reported to New Philadelphia police yesterday afternoon bj George Williams of 90 Grant Profaneri Sought A resident of Bank Lane com plained to New Philadelphia po lice at this morning that group of boys were using pro fane The who left when po lice reportedly wer near a home where a group o girls were staying Fight By CONRAD FINK NEW India struggle for the government leadership left vacant by the death of Prime Minister Nehru threatened today to plunge India into political Rivalry among candidates for prime minister threatened to break into an open battle which could do serious harm to the nation and Nehrus ruling Con gress The capitals newspapers de voted front pages to the crema tion rites for the 74yearold Nehru But editorial pages were given over to som ber reflections on the There were demands that the Congress party settle its quar rels quietly and make a unani mous to avoid feeding the fires of factionalism and separatism that kept Nehru from tearing India In this hour of great said the Indian the Congress party must rise to the The Statesman said Nehrus reluctance to nominate or groom any one of the leaders as his clear and undisputed succes sor would not have been so dis quieting had he left behind a welldisciplined cadre dedicated to the of Nehruism or even a welldisciplined party After Nehrus President Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan desig nated Home Minister Nan da acting prime to See Page 17 May Accept Larger Asia Role By JOHN HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON AP officials are reported seriously considering the possibility of the United Nations undertaking a larger role in wartorn South east Asia than has so far been This is one of the lines of action expected to be discussed when American policymakers meet in Honolulu Monday and Tuesday to work out recommen1 take a longrange look at the rlatinnc Tnhticnvi dations for President After studying the recommen Johnson may make some initial decisions on the course of With the Communist offensive in Laos apparently slowed the air of urgency over the Southeast Asian situation has The Honolulu conference will Dover Summer School Signup Set June 810 A parking lot for approxi Painters Plan Saturday Duty Community participation and nterest in the Community Im provement new building it the Childrens Home site has een exemplified again when t was learned today that mem bers of Painters Local 867 have volunteered to work Saturday n an effort to step up the oc cupancy date for the first ten Bobbie Brooks Painters began work on the inside 2 days ago and hope to complete the structure within the next few Bobbie Brooks is expect ed to move from its temper ary quarters in the Robb Build ing to the new facility by June William chairman o the CICs fund drive said today the need for addition al pledges and payment o those already made is a press ing need now that the buildin is near Dover VFW Gets 14Day Suspension Thomas Ayers Post 346 Veterans of Foreign Wars ha been suspended 14 effec tive June 15 at for th 30 sale of intoxicating 1 quor upon the permit premise to a person not then and ther a member of the organization The Post also received a sec ond 14day to rui for sale of liquo for offpremises consumption the same The suspensions will end noon on June Final registration for Dovers ummer school will be June 8 from 8 to in ither Dover Senior High or ew Philadelphia Central Ele The elementary program is esigned to meet the needs of tudents who have been promot d but who desire to improve heir scholarship by additional tudy during the or lose who have failed but have een directed to take remedial work to be reconsidered for pro Elementary subjects an icipated are reading 1 through arithmetic 3 through and xploratory science for students who have completed grades 5 ind High school subjects are of ered on a semester basis with ach subject requiring 30 pe iods of 2 hours earning a half Subjects requir ng 30 periods of 4 hours will am one Non credit courses also are State requirements limit the summer school student to one high school credit per Junior and Senior High sub ects to be offered are Devel opmental 79 and 8 general mathematics and II plane geometry American 8 and 11 world history developmental reading 1012 Algebra I and II Snglish general science and foreign ncluding German and Classes will begin June 16 at and continue through Ju y Each daily class begins at 8 and ends at noon and s divided into 2 periods of 2 lours each with a 3minute reak between There will be no Saturday Tuition fees are Secondary 1 semester 2 or 2 semesters 4 and respectively elemen ary reading and and complete course in elementary reading and arith Due to the fact that the driv See Page 11 Doverite Held In Iris Theft Dale of 317 E 4th was jailed by sheriff deputies last night in the theft of to worth of Iris plants from a plot near County Road James York of the filed the claim ing Short had taken 122 clump of the Short wa charged with Deputie are continuing ON THE INSIDE Around The World Dear Abby 2 Alvarez 21 Crane 21 Churches 16 17 Goren On Bridge 23 Horoscope 23 Obituaries 2 Sports 13 14 Television 8 Assault Counts Are Dismissed Assault and battery charges filed against each other by Carl Griesen and Herman both of 705 Walnut Do were dismissed yesterday by Mayor LeMoyne as both parties pleaded not guil ty and asked for jury Griesen claims that Hilton de liberately threw a ball through a window at his nearly hitting and then hit him with his fist in an en suing Griesen was taken to Union Hospital by po lice where he was treated for injuries to his nose and back of his Hilton charged that Griesen hit him with his fist in the ar He also claims that the window was broken by The charges were filed May 17 and Luthy stated this morn ng that the case if now out of his hands and entirely up to the parties involved as to wheth er or not they take it to North ern District County No Paper Tomorrow The Daily Reporter will not publish an edition Saturday to enable its employes to observe the holiday with members of their News items for Mondays publication should be problems of trying to secure peace end stability in Viet Nam and as well as discuss the immediate problems arising out of the Communist Expanded military action by the United States is another of the possible courses to be con Secretary of State Dean Rusk said in a speech a week ago if Communist aggres sion the result could be to expand Johnson announced the Hono lulu meeting saying the purpose of the Cabinetlevel talks would be to review the situation in the entire area of Southeast Officials said the talks Would be and that recommen dations would be reported only to the Secretary after attend ing Prime Minister Nehrus funeral in is scheduled to visit and South Viet this See Page 11 Weary Troops Resume War AP The belligerent mythical nations of Nezona and Calonia stand across the Colorado River to day as men in the rear begin packing up equipment for the long trek An administrative break or generals short at 6 Thursday and the weary troops in Operation Desert Strike swung again into their war The break began at noon The scheduled to be settled Saturday at the has not been without real cas The latest are now curred when William of Regis drowned in an ir rigation Most fatalities have involved traffic Preparations for the maneu vers involving tanks and field last Febru The maneuvers were meant to test striking power in limited submitted that day by 10 Probe Minor Crash UHRICHSVILLE Yesterday at police investigated an accident at 1st and Ull rich when an auto driver by Howard ol 320 4th struck the real of one driven by Stewart A of 705 1st St Both are from Tfaj VanWhy auto had slowed for vehicle in front of M i n o i damage was reported to
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