Saturday, June 27, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter

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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1964, Dover, Ohio fiV W VOL 40 DoverNew June 1964 7 CENTS I Busy In By Pete Groh Daily Reporter Staff Writer Postmaster General John Gronouski departed this morn ing by plane following a whirl wind 24 hours of postal inspections and picturetaking in Tuscara was The mail the 1 guest Theft Attempt Denied By Trio Three arrested by New Philadelphia police early morning following a stakeout at Waltons Auto Parts plead ed innocent at arraignment this morning in Central District County Charged with grand larceny in connection with the theft at tempt are William Brehm his both of RD Uhrichsville New and Jerry a formerly of Can Judge Clarence Ferrell held the trio to the Grand Jury and ordered them to County Jail in Keu bond The larceny counts were file4 by Lewis Walton of the auto parts who is expected to file delinquency charges in Ju yenile Court against a 17year old Uhrichsville who al legedly has admitted his part in the Seventeen radiators and other equipment tak en over the junkyard po lice Police Chiel Louis Clark said Merryman and William Brehm have given a full statement in the Baker To Be Honored James county school music who has ten dered his resignation as choir director of First Methodisl Church in New will be honored by choir and music committee at an appreci ation banquet Monday night and by the congregation during July 5 Baker has held the position 23 at Clay Week activities and tribute dinner for Ohio postmas planned to fly to Pitts burgh and then on to New Bri Wallingford and At the latter city he will give the principal address night when Bernard Gra bowskiis honored at a dinner by 300 Gronouskis county visit in cluded tours of the Dover and New Philadelphia postal facil a noon the trib ute an address to Clay Week crowd following the annual and a in his He told an estimated 500 per sons in UhrichsviHe stadium last night that I have been impress ed with your ceremony here to equally impressed with the beauty of your Flying in this I had an opportunity to see the vastj panorama of your wondrous Muskingum Where once there was land ravaged by periodic there is now Postmaster Cliff Hagloeh extends a welcome to Postmaster John Gronou ski as the chief arrived Friday afternoon at the new Dover Post Office on one of his many stops in the area as part of his participation in Clay Week On hand to help in the welcome is John Thomas superintendent of mails The genial boss expressed satisfaction with the nearlycompleted facil ity and called to a number of postal workers to pose with him for various SWIMMER PULLED FROM TUSCORA POOL I P Fatal To Phila 9 Nineyearold Bobby Allen Strimbuof 317 Front New died shortly after being admitted to Union Hospital yesterday apparently from a head injury he dove into the shallow end of Tuscora Park The who had been swimming was pulled from approximately 29 inches of water by lifeguard Jamie Me Garry of New The victim was a son of and Charles Emma Strimbu and would have been a 5th Grad ed at Sacred Heart School in the It was McGarrys first day on Coroner Philip Doughten re ported an autopsy showed the lad suffered a severe hemor rhage at the base of the There was no He apparently hit his head on the Doughten wasnt submerged very long and death apparently was caus ed by the An official ruling has not been Firemen called to the pool at administered oxygen until he was taken to the hospi tal in a KasermanNaylor am according to had given artificial res spiration until they The victim was a member of See Page If New Executive Heads Selected For SalemWashington Richard Latture of Middle and Edward Brook over of have been named executive heads at Go shen and Salem Washington Both will assume duties Latture replaces Jay who resigned to pursue studies for a doctors and Brookoyer Clifton recently selected as high Bcool in the carawas County A im iradjiite of Akron South received a bachelor of science degree in tusiness Administration in 1952 and a masters degree in School Administration in both at Kent State He is DAY BRIGHTENER Most old timers yearn for yard furniture you can get up out currently enrolled in post gradu ate studies at Western Reserve Following military service in Korea from 1952 to Lat ture began teaching Jn 1957 in the elementary field at Akrons Uighlahd Park He was principal at Gustavus tary School in Middlefield in I960 and at Cardinal Junior High there in Latture is the lather of 4 also the father of See Page beauty and Where once there was erosion and there are now lakes and in a region covering a fifth of the State of man has won an impressive victory over the wild forces of nature and in so has provided himself with facil ities for his own It is truly an impressive accom Gronouski the first member of President Johnsons cab inet to visit the county wasted little time in making political hay for his JIt is proof beyond doubt that mankind can do much to con trol his And because we have learned much fromprojects such as a blueprint is being drawn in Washington that will enable our entire nation to Bet ter control its We are on the threshold of an exciting new era that will note the transformation of an adequate civilization for many into a Great Society for As a nation we have already accomplished much during our brief The test we now face is whether we will build on these accomplishments toward the Great or whether we will remain satisfied and allow ourselves to As President Johnson said only last the Great So cietyis not a safe a rest ing a final a finished It is a challenge constantly beckoning us toward a destiny where the meaning of our lives matches the marvelous products of our fully 2 million of our citizens are being deprived of freedom because of their We must build toward an Amer See Page 32 Around The Goren On Bridge 3 Hospital News Television 17 to 21 Sports 28 to 32 Womens Pages 8 9