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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                i Photo And Nfsws Caverege Is A A Day Job 20 20 YEARS AGO TODAYJUNE 1944 Largest Circulation In toarawas County DoyefNew June PORTER M M M MJ HOME EDITION Serving Over PHONE 42167 i CENTS Now Staff As Most DramaticDay Tourists trace the routes of the Allied landings on Normandy 20 years ago tomorrow on a giant wall map at Omaha Allied Nations Salute DDay Dead By IURVE Y HUDSON T r Allied nations of World War II start two days of cere monies today to salute the liv ing and honor the dead of the Normandy invasion on the 20th anniversary of the Hundreds of DDay veterans were assembling in the invasion area where Canadian and French soldiers Btormed the beaches on June Most were on private pil The official headed by Omar Brad Deputy Secretary of De fense Silas and Maxwell chairman of the Joint Chiefs of was to arrive this Brad ley commanded the American forces on Taylor parachuted with the 101st Air borne which he com and Robert Murphy will reenact their DDay role of 20 years ago by parachuting into a hedgelined field near president of a structural steel firm in Worces and an at torney in are members of the official delega Police Check 2 Accidents Dover police investigated 2 minor accidents A Vehicle being backed by Shelby of 147 8th from a parking space in front of Office Appliance on 3rd struck one driven by Russell of 324 Winspear New who was turning into the near by Another collision occurred at Wooster and 8th when a car driven by Louis of 510 Front started to turn right from the inside lane without signaling and struck one driven by Sandra of Police also received a report that an auto driven by Juanitt of 119 18th was struck in the front end by an unidentified boy on a bicycle as she was backing from a stall in Reeves parking lot There was no dam age and thje hoy reportedly was EDITORS was all so fascinating there was no time to1 be So it was on D DayJune Maxwell then the brand new commander the 101st Airborne now the nations topmilitary man as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of By HOFFMAN Mon use this bullet pn the Thus did an old French farm er welcome Maxwell Taylor to Normandy 20years A few hours earlier in the predawn Taylor had leaped from a lowflying tranV port plane to lead the first wave of paratroopers in the his toric Uncertain where he Tay lor had walked up to a French on the door and asked for help in getting his The old overjoyed that the Americans had for a moment and then returned with his a token ofhis hope for victory over the Taylor is the top mili tary man in the United and he still recalls DDay as the most dramaticday I ever spent in my Postmaster General To Attend Clay Week Event UHRICHSVILLE President Lyndon Johnson has request ed that Postmaster General John Gronouski represent him at the National Clay Week celebration here June Stephen Young in officials here by tele gram last night Gronouski will arrive Friday morning June which hasbeen designated as Postmasters of OhioDay the Clay Week Telegrams were received by Mayor Robert Post master Jack Pancher and Clay Week Chairman Donald Coven chairman of the said invita tions have been sent to more than postmasters to attend the program which is under the auspices of the National of Postmasters of Ohio and in full cooperation with the Nation al League of Postmasters of A tentative schedule calls for Gronouski to address a noon luncheon in Buckeye speak at a banquet for post masters at Tusco Grocers in Dennison at 4 and in the Clay Week Gronous ki will make a public address at JOHN GRONOUSKI Uhrichsville Stadium following the Gronouski heads the 3ist of dignitaries who will attend the 15th annual celebration He also will be the first member of a Presidents cabinet ever to Assistant Regional Director See Page 2 A Willkinj Scrgnton of Pennsylvania ays he wonts ng pert of manipvlqted drive to give him the vijcf presi dential nomination at the San Fronciso He told reporters in Harrisburg he wpyld qceept that l that only through est and hon This says few men greatest living have as many weather dramatic and historic In his Taylor has slip ped alone into Naziheld Rome negotiate with the confronted the Russians as ing very tight forma commander in led in some of the most desperate lion as we crossed the The fog was not continuous fighting in sat at it was cloudy and there dent John Kennedys right it opened up with the bright handduring the Cuban missile quarter moon shining We could see the ground from time to the haired soldier of 62 sat in his Pentagon office and chatted fog the 6th of Now Taylor wears four stars as chairman of the Joint Chiefs ef He wears 40 decor many for At the time of he had only recently pinned his second star and taken command of the 101st Airborne Division in The assault of Nazi Germa nys Fortress Europe was the lOlsts baptism in It also was Taylors first combat after refreshing his re is the way Taylor described that day This was the first action of the had to go I wanted to be sure that the spirit and confidence of the men were I visited all Units in their 17 departure areas and talked to the men in groups from down to We had an early heavy dinner about 6 Dwight Eisenhower accom panied us to the departure air About 11 oclock at it was still daylight Eisenhower went from group to group talking to the men as they got into their tts we got into the ness had just begun We circled around over southern England and waited forthe transport fleets to fall into It was a beautiful sight as we fell into straightened out and headed for As we got closer we saw our Interchange Equipment Vandalized CondonCummingham of ficials notified the Sheriff De partment yesterday that vandals damaged construction equip ment at the Green Gables In terchange sometime over the Memorial Day Damage was set at to 1700 3 caterpillar trac an air compressor and a pickup truck were damaged by air or pellet rifles and In it was report ed that rocks and other foreign materials were put into fuel tanks of some and possibly all of the including diesel valued at Company officials stated that total damage will not be known until all motors are Teen Driver Is Suspended Larry of 209 Lib erty lost his drivers license for 60 days and was or dered to pay court costs yester day by Juvenile Court Judge Ralph Finley delayed his judgment last week against McBride so that he could personally view the scene of the youths alleged traffic violation at Route 250 and Township Road south of New State patrolmen charged Mc Bride with crossing over the yellow line and passing at the ON THE INSIDE Around The 8 Alvarez 19 17 Churches 6 7 Goren On 17 Hospital News 2 Obituaries 2 Sports 13 14 Television 3 Womens Pages 10 11 enemy This was a We thought we had a clear night and yet there was a great bank The planes flew in a of formation of touch While on we were still in came the red the means Stand up and check We lined See 20 Page 8 REARDON VERDICT QUESTIONED Looking over the 1964 edition of the Dover High at last nights senior banquet are Virginia Miller chairman of the food Karen who was in charge of Jim who handled the and Earlene Trial Motion Based On Court Procedure Motion for a new trial John of New the states case Dover Highs 164 members of for of the defendant at the end of the 1964 graduating class staged I no of of nt found guilty of sec ond degree manslaughter Tuesother legal matters while the has been filed in Common jury viewed the scene of the Pleas Reardon was convicted after a jury deliberated 4 hours over his responsibility for the death of a James in a traffic accident on April on Route east of Route Thad counsel for based his motion for a new trial on 4 major rea The lawyer charges Prosecu tor Harlan Spies with irregular ity in court procedure because he permitted the trial to pro ceed notifying the court that certain prosecution witness es had not been served with Only after the jury had been impaneled and a witness had been examined and crossexam ined did Spies move for a con tinuance of the Bowers notes in his Spies is also charged with hav ing used improper legal guage in challenging on of his own witnesses in open court and before the Bowers contends the prosecutors language had tended to inflame and prejudice the jury against his Bow ers had asked for a mistria and was overruled at the time the incident His motion for a new the defense counsel points out 4 errors of law occurring dur ing the trial of the court to order a direct verdict in Firestone Lists Top Earning Ohio AP Fire stone Tire Rubber report ed today the highest sales and earnings in the history of the company for the sixmonth per iod ended April Sales of were up per cent from the previous record of a year and earnings increased per Earnings during the first half of firestones fiscal year were or a compared with or 94 cents a share last Tire Blowout Causes Crash UHRICHSVILLE Police in vestigated an accident at today when a pickup truck driven by Donald of blew a front causing the vehicle to swerve into the railing on Tren ton The vehicle was heavily At an swered a call to the home of Gladys Hildebrand at 308 Wa ter where a window had been broken by a boy with a Man Jailed Charles James of 714 Wooster was fined and sentenced to 3 days in jail by Northern District Judge Charles Eckert on charges of driving while un der the influence of alcohol fil ed by the State He was also given a 6month license with the exception of driving to and from courts disposing of See Page 2 Phila Police Charge 3 In Auto Mishaps New Philadelpia police inves tigated 4 accidents yesterday and issued 3 Judith of 218 8th NE was cited for failure to yield the rightofway after she pulled from the Joy parking lot on to Mill and struck a vehicle driven by Anna Stemple She told of Beaver police she had trouble with her contact lens and did not see the Stem pie Robert of M08 5th NW also was cited for fail ure to yield the rightofway af ter he had stopped for a sign on 8th and then slop pro ceeded to turn onto High colliding with a car op erated by Joe of 609 3rd New Phila Francis of 220 1st was charged with failure to stop within assured clear distance af ter his auto struck the rear of a car driven by Vincent Rey 103 Parrish cover on 4lh of A manhole that has been reported to be in need of repair several times and has not been caused slight damage to a car owned by Judi of 830 Park She was at tempting and hit the Dover Seniors Stage Banquet their banquet last night clear 11 t t in the high school cloudy rain TODAY 69 70 Jim Kappeler served as Fort 85 toastmaster and June Los cloudy 71 gave the cloudy 82 Following the the class clear 74 adjourned to the auditorium for Rapid cloudy Mary Jane sec retary gave her fi nal report and Linda his reviewed the class ac tivities during the last 7 Melanie Allen read the class will and Bonnie the Musical selections were presented by Jack Han enkrat and John and a group of Senior direct ed by Steve presented a Other committee members were Joe Janet Paula Harry Mike Lynn Brenda Kollar and Dave Mil decorating Raymola Larry Helen Bar bara Paul Shirley Don Swonger and Ray and Ron nie Becky San dy Winkler and Miss en Schools So Are Police Traditional endofschool ac tivities for seniors resulted in several complaints to Dover police yesterday of youths hot rodding in the vicinity of Do ver No arrests were made as all was quiet each time po lice A complaint was received at from Carl Zion of RD Dover that someone had smeared his car with white shoo polish while it was parked on 6th A boy was reported shooting a BB gun at at men working at Dover Milling i atl 4Y1HUIIJ4 manhole setting at an The boy fled when the cruiser causing it to strike the arrived and he could not be lo side of her Port Washington School Head Gets County Post Clifton 33 exec utive head of SalemWashington schools for the last 2 has been employed as high school supervisor in the Tuscarawas County a resident of Gnad will assume the post on succeeding Lin ton Honaker who was re cently appointed county superin tendent beginning A native of Mc Mahon graduated from Salem Liberty High School in and was awarded his bachelor of science degree in Education and his masters degrees at Ohio University in 1953 and re He majored in Phys ical History and Bi ological Since that time he has attend ed summer sessions at Ohio University and Ohio State Uni He spent 2 years in the Air Force in Georgia and from 1955 to to complete his service require ments in the Armed McMahon is married to the Clifton McMahon former Dona Jone Haught of and the couple has 2 and They are members of the Methodist McMahon is active as a mason and as a member of the Port Washington Chamber of Weathervane YESTERDAY High 75 Low 41 Elsewhere In High Low M 47 64 57 72 50 53 60 T 7 49 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise High 78 Low 54 Forecast occasional Motorcyclists Hospitalized In Dover Crash Two New Philadelphia mo torcyclists are listed as sat isfactory in Union Hospital to day with injuries suffered after their vehicle slammed into a tree at Johnson and Sterling at this Police said the oper ated by Thomas of 1244 4th failed to nego tiate the curve in front of the Alpine Inn and went left of cen ter into the Glass told police he was head ing into town with 4 other cyc John of 630 3rd NW was riding on the rear of the Police said the impact threw the 2 riders off and hurled the motorcycle 68 feet past Ster ling It landed in the mid dle of Johnson Both riders suffered multiple contusions and each had a frac tured Glass was cited by 2 Are Injured In Roll Over Robert of 128 was treated in Twin City Hospital at Denni son yesterday for abrasions to his arm and side sustain ed when his car rolled over on Route south of Denni at State patrolmen said the ve hicle went off the struck a metal post and a bridge abutment before coming to rest back on the A Michael of 169 Fairview Lane New reportedly suffered a back A pass ing motorist took the pair to the Investigation is Heavy damage was reported to the DAY BRIGHTENER There are lots of people who never forget a kind deed4f they did   

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