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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1964, Dover, Ohio Doctors Wives And Buggy Men Read About Them In Saturday Tuscarama The Reporters Outstanding Lineup Of Features Yours For The Reading DAILY 54 largest Circulation In Tosearawas County D6veNew July PO RTER HOME EDITION Serving Ovtr PHONE 7CEOT3 Dale a junior at Kent State explains to his Oliver and his Cheryl a point in one of his sociology a Catawba Indian from interested Dale m sociology in sharing with him her rich knowledge of the institutions and traditions of her The Indian pottery she is holding was made by her mother and Phila Youth Gets Unusual Help As Dream Comes True By Paul Sharp Daily Reporter Staff Writer Most people have dreams of what they want to accomplish in few have the courage anddetermination to set put to turn these dreams into Not with of 429 Beitner New Philadel who will be a junior this at KentState Dale is the son and Oliver War ner is nearly a funblooded In dian of the Catawba Living on the the Warner came to New Philadel phia to work at the Schoenbrunn Indian Village jn the summer of Here she met her hus who also was em ployed at They were later married in South Carolina but soon returned to New Phila which has been their home with the exceptionof the years when Warner was in the When he was a Dale had a paper He also had a he might obtain a college So he saved his money in the hope that some day that dream of his might come until a month before duation from New Philadelphia High hv the outlook was not very It was then that he received a letter from his grandmother in South Caro lina informing him that if he See PHILA Page 16 No Ones Telling Them Anything Doctors and nurses in the ob department at Union Hospital probably were not sur prised by the figures released earlier this week by the Ohio Department of Development noting the increase in the coun tys The hospital nursery walls were more or less bulging with the overflow there this month when a record number of 106 in fants made their This is the highest monthly Council Approves New Phila Budget New Philadelphias proposed 1965 budget puts city finances Jn the even though 5 of the department funds areeX pected to face a total deficit of In a halfhour special session City Council calmly approved the proposed budget shows a total of in receipts and in ex with a surplus of The departments expected to be operating in the red are genera fund at minus Street at park at 860 cemetery at and sew tr service at 4 other departments whose revenue is estimated to exceed expenses are with a surplus sewerage with general bond with and offstreet with apparently had solv ed wbieh caused it to delay approval of the budget Fined In GMO Incident liftM by C fin arrgstgd Jyjy LQ use m to the at last Mondays regular meet A closed session to iron out problems was called by Presi dent William Hinig immediately after that Mayor Joe Pritz explained that several city offi cials had expected more nue in taxes for the general Thy had miscalculated on the amount to be derived from the tax Auditor Charlotte how in a conference with County Auditor Donald had determined that the amount could only be based on the sixtenths mill established by City Solicitor Donald Zimmer man told Council The most important thing in approving the proposed 1965 budget at this time is to know what cil wants by wgy of budget submitted here See PHILA Page 9 Dover Concert Sunday in a series pf sum eojgieerts sponsored by the American Federation of Musi piMs Iocs m will present ed by tlie Paver Concert Band Smdjy 3 in City Momt ol OW total registered in several years and brought the total for the same period last year was Births registered for the first 6 months in with the 1963 figure in parenthesis are January 88 February 70 March 94 April 85 ocratic May 86 and 103 There were 96 babies born in Ranger Hits Future Target Terrain Moon Photographs Under Scrutiny MCCARTHY GO TO FRONT Johnson Erases Others As Running Mates By JACK BELL WASHINGTON Johnsons sweeping knockout of Robert Kennedy and others from the lineup of vice presidential possibilities focused speculation today on Minne sota Hubert Humphrey and Eugene McCarthy as his probable choice for a running an unprecedented action In Thursday the President elimi nated nearly all the major pos sibilities for the 2 spot in cluding Peace Corps Director Sargent Shriver and Secretary of Defense Robert The concensus among many knowledgeable Democrats was that calculating that he has established his own polit ical image wants to See Marlows Column on Page 4 win elective office without lean ing on any The feeling was that to elimi nate any emotional surge for the attorney the Presi dent was willing to eliminate a whole lineup of possible candi dates he never really had con Among those who hit the only a Roman Catholic and a brotherinlaw of late President and McNa mara had received the sort of presidential praise that pointed toward them as potential candi Ambassador Adlai Stev a twotime loser as Dem standard was those knocked out of among consideration for second spot on the ticket to be chosen at the Democratic national convention which opens 24 in Alantic In his spraygun action Thurs day only six hours after telling a quickie news conference he had not decided on a running Johnson included on his oncandidate list all cabinet See Page 16 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 80 Low 51 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High cloudy 93 67 cloudy 74 67 Los cloudy 80 63 clear 86 82 New clear 85 62 cloudy 87 69 San clear 62 54 cloudy 89 65 T 60 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 85 Low 64 Forecast Partly cloudy and DENY Gladys Root and George defense attorneys the Frank Sinatra kidnap surrender themselves above to the marshals office in Los Angeles on a federal indictment charging they tried to induce the defendants to give false testimony under Both denied the charges and were released on their personal word that they would return 3 to enter ON THE INSIDE Around The World 16 Churches 6 Dear 21 Alvarez 21 Crane J9 Obituaries 2 12 Television 9 Womens Warner Swasey Personnel Shifted RAY CLEVER oj construction equipment sales fcy day RICHARD BAIR sales personnel involving who w sales training at tJje Charles hp manager a Bsijye the replaces Biehard his been district of the tern succeeds Ray L whs wjjj head the ne lished meat sfietigja the joiixed his from University His Bay He is married to the former Margie Wagner of He is a m gradual ol graduate tto University of started witb Warner Swasey as a special a eld at Oxarioite as a GmiaJU field CHARLES SHARP Clever has worked in the Cleveland territory since after 3 years as GradaJl seryice parts A graduate of theCollege of Wftos joined the company as a special apprentice in In his aew assignment as oi distributor sales ole Clever will coordin ate factorybased distributor Vandals Cause Damage To Monuments Clarence superintend ent of Dover parfts and ceme reported to police yester day that approximately damage to markers and mona ments was discovered by mow ing crews in Maple Grove Gem Three markers and 2 monu bearing the names Han son and were chipped ai corners or bases and had let ters knocked Police said the damage could have been done with a ham or with 4 granite balls which had been removed from the Hanson The Kerr monument was knockec off its Stucky estimatec the monument repairs woulc cost and the markers The vandalism occurred in the northwest corner of the sometime after the grass was mowed 2 weeks ago Phila Man Sued For In Willard Meek of 330 E High New Philadelphia has been sued for y damages as a result of a traf fie accident in Pennison Jas June Wade of has filed suit in Common pleas Court holding Meek responsible for thebead on collision which occurred on Race when Meek crossed the center The Wade petition for damages resuMn from permanent for medical loss of wages and 1115 far re of loseupsSet For Release In U Hours By RALPH DIGHTON APX pacecraft Ranger 7 televised he first closeup of the loon today then crashed into tie Sea of scoring a istoric first success in roublehaunted lunar co loration The first pictures printed ooked extremely scien ists reported at the Jet Prbpul ion which created md controlled the pioneering After study by pic ures were expected to be re eased for public scrutiny with n 24 Banger 7s cameras started urning at Pacific Daylight Time and if all worked is programmed may have rer urned as many as still photographs made almost up to he instant of impact at The shots are vital to the pace They are ex pected to show the character of errain where the first moon visitors may We have good langer project manager Harris Schurmeier told a news con erence at the Jet Propulsion which made and juided the The light level was good video signals were good and the irst quick prints made from film exposed by signals trans mitted from Ranger 7 look ex ceptionally I think the public will be able to distinguish quite a few details when the pictures are re If the pictures are sharply light and shad ought to be able to See Page S Parents Held For Neglect Of 10 Children Two parents are in County Jail and 10 children are in the County Receiving Home as a result of neglect charges filed yesterday by Juvenile Officer Harry William and his Jesste of RD were jailed on separate charges of contribuU ing to the neglect of their chil The children range in age from l to 15 Fisher said The 3 eldest are children of Blankenship by her first The charges were filed after officials from the Web fare gnd Soldiers Relief had tried to provide help and care for the Prinking by both cording to one wai one of the chief factors which resulted in the to the paint of their qviently being left Rood Work To Stdrt Service Director said today that State Bowtes 31 ver on fralfis wiJJ maintained and the sckeduied to jbj 40
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