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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                i te housecleaning and other activities there because the big Joss going to inspect the Jf and improvements jn the older section of the build ing Friday John Postmas ter is scheduled to Wake the visitation at as S ParticiPatkm in the Clay Week Native of and a specialist in Grou Jioski is scheduled to arrive at the Schoenbrunn airport at 9 He frill be greet ed by officials afid the tflifidw ville High Hell in spefct the Uhtichsvilie and Ben fiisofi Post Offices feefofe visit ifig the Superior Evans Plrttf A Clay and American Vitrified There tdll fee ftoen luncheon at Stick Hefei in ville and visiting the Do ver Post Office hell make an inspection of New Philadel Then will cowie a TB chest Xray at the mobile unit I Beehive Of A ctivity In Dover Office Uhriehsville Stadium At 10 day at 10 Gedfee Demis will t J 1 Uhriehsvitle Stadium At 10 hell give a talk at a gathering Groniioski will at the Posteastefa Day banquet at 4 3d at Tusco Gfoeefs and then take part in the Clay Week parade and following activities of AFkCIO leaders at the Uhr ichsville Elks Club and then to the Postmasters Ball on the third is scheduled to depart from the aifpoft Satur at 10 Robert tteil will be toastmas ter for the postmaster which Will be attended by Miss Peggy Miss Tom Hite Will sing with James Baldwin as George Demis will be master of ceremonies for the program following the parade in which 10 bands will take The Postmaster who was 1 of 3 in a Crew of 10 to sur 32 Largest Circulation In tarawas County June PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Vive when forced to bail out of a combat mission plaite during World War taught economic subjects at the University J6f Maine from 1948 to 1950 and theri was a research associate for the Federation of Tak administrai tors from 1952 to tie later taught at Wayne State sity in Detroit before joining the state government in Wisconsin and being named commissioner of He was appointed Postmaster General by the late President John Kennedy on 9 last replacing Ji Edward who This Is How Johns Church Area Will Look With Addition Leads Lacking In Search For Missing CR Trio By MICHAEL SMITH AP and state officers re newed their intensive search at daybreak today for three miss ing civil rights workers and planned dragging operations in several bodies of waters in this eastcentral Mississippi As fear mounted that the three workers would not be Postmaster Appointments Not On Agenda Contrary to no post master appointments will be made in Tuscarawas County on the occasion of Postmaster Gen eral John Grounoskis visit to Examinations for vacancies in Stone Creek and Bolivar have not as yet been New Phila delphia Postmaster Matthew Gibson His office is re sponsible for the administration of such examinations and as yet no date has been set for Arline McMillin is act ing postmistress at Stone Creek and Loretta King is the clerk in charge of the Bolivar Postoffice following the recent death of Ralph It was learned today that the County Democratic Committee had submitted the name of Bes sie Peoples for the acting post mistress position in Gibson said he un derstood her age disqualified her in view of possible perma nent Miss Peoples is Democratic precinct commit teewoman in Bolivar and as such is a member of the Demo cratic Central Gibson explained that with a Democratic president in office the local Democratic Commit tee normally nominates post as Civil Ser vice they must qualify for the position through exam found a highway patrol spokesman said sea re hers would check all out buildings and recent excava There is still no definite us to go said Art pub licinformation officer for the Mississippi Highway Grady public rela tions Director for the said earlier It is hard to be lieve that three people could just be swallowed up without somebody hearing or seeine The trio was last seen Sunday The charred hulk of the sta tion wagon they used was found by FBI agents in a swampy See CR Page Three Budgets Not Submitted County Commissioners still are waiting for 3 department budgets to be proposed for By law the budget proposals were to be submitted by June 1 to the commissioners as the proper county taxing County Auditor Donald Kinsey had advised them that the budget could be deferred until June The commissioners must re ceive the 3 remaining budgets before they can prepare the overall county budget for They are then bound by Ohio law to advertise a public hear ing on the 10 days prior to the hearing The date for the hearing can be no later than July Cruiser Hits Wall A Dover police car was slight ly damaged Tuesday night when Ray Ries was backing from a parking place at the station and struck a stone The driveway was narrowed re cently when a fence was con Ries was avoiding the fence when he hit the Join In Welcome Mayor Robert Croniser of Uhrichsville today urged Twin residents and others to be on hand to welcome Postmas ter General Grounoski when he arrives Friday at the air The enthusiasm with which we receive Groun oski and congressmen could have a farreaching affect on communitys he Here Saturday The Ohio Department of Healths mobile Xray unit will be in front of the Culligan Soft Water Service office on 3rd Saturday between the hours of 9 and noon and 1 and 4 are The unit is in New Philadelphia through Friday at the Munici pal Wins New Car John Barbee of 322 Broad New is a happy man And why not He has won a car in the Sohio Sweepstakes Barbee says he will select a And why not Hes employed by Mart Sand Pontiac in Do Shot Is Firecracker Larry Rapport of 622 Fair told New Philadel phia police last night that some one had shot at one of his win Officers discovered some one had thrown on the front Water Line Contracted Dover Service Director Ream announced today the Board of Control yesterday awarded a contract for a 10 inch water line from Crater to Parkdale to John Spiker of 1519 Crater His bid of was the only one submit ted for the 787foot Tool Theft Reported Warther Auto Electric at 323 4th reported to Dover police yesterday that someone had stolen tools from the Erection of a church school addition on the north side of Johns United Church of Christ on was approved at a special congrega tional meeting last The former Baker and Dear dorff which are own ed by the will be utiliz ed for the 27Story basementless The 95 voting members at tending the meeting also au thorized a fundraising cam paign in October under the di rection of Burrill of Kan sas Construction is scheduled to begin next Under study for 3 the proposed building will contain assembly and classrooms for 5 JUDGE FINLEY ISSUES STRONG CONDITIONS 2 Both Get Probation In Auto Case County Juvenile Judge Ralph in a 2hour court session this placed two 15 yearold boys on probation for stealing an heard prelimi nary testimony in a bastardy continued a hearing on 2 youths cited in an accident and suspended the licenses of 3 oth ers for Thomas Huff of 237 2nd New and Phillip Pittman ol RD Do held in the Detention Home since stealing an auto June 21 in New were plac ed on 2year probation and told not to apply for operators li censes until that time Other terms of probation in cluded they be off the street by 10 during the summer and at i during the stay away jronj one another because they are medicine for each report to Juvenile Officer Harry Fisher eacfc moath and to show their school report cards to Finley every 6 Finley warned them they could have been sent to an in dustrial school at if they had been he could have sentenced them to the Mansfield Concerning the report cards Finley said You better have them grades up where they He also warned them not to violate their See Page Johns Church Okays Project Vandal closer surveillance of night drivers in Dover will be made by police in wake of extreme vandalism last before and after Mayor Le Moyne Luthy Five acts of vandalism were several occurring in the same neighborhood and within minutes of each In all but one case residents re ported a car roared away af ter the Were determined to stop this wanton destruction of prop Mayor Luthy Therell be no leniency and those who are committing the vandalism should remember that any destruction amounting to or more is considered a felony and violators are sub ject to Betty Everett of 130 6th reported at that a metal lawn chair was thrown through a picture At Vince Petrella of 120 Hemlock reported a large stone was thrown through a thermopane and seconds atthe Byron Bud Ball residence at 124 a front thermopane and a bed church school departments with a capacity 460 It al so will contain for the pastor and a lounge library and general Bruce president of the church and chairman for last pointed out that the need for additional facilities for the congregation first became evi dent 10 years The former parsonage is used for general office work and a Bible School class while the Baker for merly occupied by the Early Fu neral also has been used for At last nights which See Page RID CROSS ReelecteT annual dinner meeting of Tuscarawas County Chapter of American Red Cross were James Sullivan and Robert chairman STANDINGJame Lindon and William vice Speaker for the dinner in Gnadenhutten Moravian Church was Nikishin of who related his experiences of a 19o2 visit to his native He stressed the rigid controls of the Russian gov ernment and pointed out that cannot get a true picture of the situation Other officers include Ggidp second vice presi and Tim William who is moving from the resigned as volunteer Among the 75 in aHeadance Doris Harper of a Red Cross field Night Drivers Get ism Warning Concert Band Provides Initial Show Sunday The Dover Concert Band will present its first summer program of the season Sunday afternoon at 3 in the band shell at New Philadelphia Tuscora Robert Stras burg High will con The program will feature sev eral members of the group in ensemble A trumpet trio of Ron Vogel gesang of Bob Fil gate of Kent and Art Goodnough of Massillon will perform the famous Buglers Holiday by Leroy Lloyd music director at Tuscarawas Armand Dover See Page Mineral City CIC Acquires Tract Option MINERAL CITY Paul president of the local Community Improvement today announced that it has taken a 90day option to buy 4 acres in the Public Square area from the Markley The CIC has under considera tion not only industrial develop ment but a 12month day business and professional quar including offices for a phy and other Officials of the CIC in the last several weeks have conferred with state development County Chamber of Commerce leaders and others in their ef forts to initiate a progressive program for Mineral room window were broken by stones while another stone went through a second bedroom win dow At a piece of weighing about 20 pounds and taken Irom a neighbors side was thrown against the front door of the Gail Domer home at 415 llth It broke the screen door and damaged the other This morning Dave Henney of 301 Slingluff found a 200pound statue in his front yard had been knocked over ort to the Mayor after a personal inspection of most of the conferred with police on action which will be taken in an effort to curb the Johnson Wants Beef In Newest Saigon Mission By JOHN IIIGHTOWER WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson has passed the word to aides that along with the assignment of his new top command team to South Viet he wants the whole mission in Saigon beefed up as much as In taking a new look at the Southeast Asian crisis because of the resignation of Ambassa dor Henry Cabot Johnson is said to have determined that the time has come for the Unit ed States to make a major ef as some officials phrase to turn the war Some top authorities believe the firm of south Vi etnamese Nguyen is beginning to show that improved techniques in training South Vietnamese forces is also showing results and that the ill effects in disorder and damaged Oil Firm Obtains Rest Of Land For New Phila Station Final steps for clearing the site of the new Ashland Oil service station at High and Front in New Philadel phia have been taken with pur chase of the Emmett Blind An Ashland Oil spokesman said today dismantling of the Blind residence will begin The old service sta tion and another residence were razed the last week in Construction work on the new station had been delayed until the acquisition of the Blind Robert Ashland district earlier indicated the new which includes 3 service would be in op eration by ON THE INSIDE Around The World 6 Dear 29 31 Crane 31 Goren On Bridge 31 Hospital News Q Obituaries 2 Sports 17 f m Television 35 Womens Pages 131415 Your Horoscope 31 morale of the political upheav als of last fall and winter are beginning to be President it is had expected that the kingpin of the organ ization and effort in South Viet would remain on the job until But Lodge decid for what he has calledpure ly personal reasons that he had to leave almost at He said he wanted to help Pennsylvania William Scranton in his effort to win the GOP presi dential Johnson an nounced Tuesday the ac ceptance of the resignation which Lodge submitted last Fri At the same and accord ing to a principle that had previously been adopted that there should be no gap between Lodge and his John son announced an unprecedent ed combination of talents and experience be sent into the Embassy at with Maxwell leaving the chairmanship of the Joint Chiefs of to become and Deputy Under secretary of State Alexis Johnson to became deputy am Already on the sceno was William Who a few days earlier had taken over as chief of mil See Page Weathervane YESTERDAY High 81 Low 49 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High clear 88 61 62 cloudy 78 51 Los cloudy 78 58 77 New clear 83 64 clear 79 49 clear 82 62 San clear 73 56 clear 67 TODAY 7 55 RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunset High 85 Low 60 Forecast Fair and JAMES EllER LOSES PERMIT FOR YEAR Dover Youth Gets Probation In Fatality James of 327 ftth was placed on probation for 3 years in connec tion with the traffic death of Edward veteran New Philadelphia taxi on who had been indicted secretly by the April Grand pleaded guilty to a man slaughter charge on June 15 af ter an innocent plea on May Prosecutor Harlan Spies to day told Common Pleas Judge This accident I because of a mis take of a Eilers car had struck Pea cock about last 7 as the latter crossed the intersection of 3rd and Tus carawas Police cited the Dover youth for failure to yield the rightofway to a pedes When Peacock died in the case was present ed to the Grand Joseph counsel for also insisted was a true It cou4 have happened to JJe suggested that had Peacock been a younger person his inju ries might not have been so se Lamneck also agreed that as an elderly may not have been so I dont believe that pea itentiary sentence would do you any the judge told Noting that no prior   

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