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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter September 12, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 12, 1964, Dover, Ohio ^</jy^v-Ayy-M<M^wy.vy.vAy.v.w.«.v.v^.wv*.vv-North Canton 12 | Now Phila 14 g Dalton    8 I Strasburg 46 if Three Rivers 28 IDover    0 | Wooster    6 f Tusky Valley 6 | Conotton 8 J Uhrichsville 24 | * :    '    '; "    v..-    •    •    V •, -    s„    "    V:':’;"    •    ^he Daily Reporter VOL- 61. NO. 53. 44 PAGES.    Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, September 12, 1964    7    CENTSBermuda Gets Ready For Ethel 5-YEAR HITCH. Sgt. Winston Smart, Army recruiter for Tuscarawas, Carroll and Harrison counties, is shown with Louis McBride after signing a 5-year lease for a recruiting office at 233 W. High Ave., New Philadelphia. Formerly located in the Dover Post Office, the recruiting station will be open Mondays and Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon. On Thursdays, Sgt. Smart will be in Newcomerstown and on Fridays, in Cadiz. The recruiter says he can now offer a guarantee of overseas assignments to high school graduates in various fields, including automotive, electronics, IBM processing, guided missiles and administrative finance. He may be contacted by calling 4-2613. Defection Of Soviet Scientist Pleases Western Officials By DORIAN FALK GENEVA (AP) — The defection to the United States of nuclear scientist Heinz Barwich — long a holder of key positions in the Soviet Union and East Germany—caused elation today amory* Western officials. Soviet DAY BRIGHTENER Woman to musician carrying bull fiddle: “When you gel where you’re going, I certainly hope they ask you to play.” sources expressed shock. The 53-year-old East German is considered a major prize for the West, which lost two top nuclear experts — Klaus Fuchs and Bruno Ponteeorvo — to communism. Barwich’s defection was announced Friday by officials in Washington. He made his getaway last Wednesday, while in Geneva for the 71-nation conference on the peaceful uses of atomic energy. The scientist slipped out of a Geneva hotel when the conference ended. He was accompa- See SCIENTIST, Page 16 Storm Center f strictly I £°portOfCar lo Pass Near For Kick! Hood RidersBritish Colony MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — Bermuda felt hurricane Ethel’s outer gales today and braced for 95-mile an hour winds which the U.S. Weather Bureau said would pummel the mid-Atlantic resort island by noon. Forecasters at Miami advised precautions against “dangerous winds, very heavy surf and heavy rains” at the British crown colony 1.000 miles east of Charleston, S.C. Ethel at 8 a.m. (EST) was centered near latitide 31.2 north, longitude 67.1 west or 165 miles southwest of Bermuda and moving north-northeast at eight m.p.h. Gale-force winds lashed the sea and the island for 200 miles ahead of Ethel’s center, which was expected to pass west of Bermuda. Meanwhile, thousands of people in Georgia and Florida began a massive cleanup and repair job in the wake of Hurri- See BERMUDA. Page 16 u WeathervaneYESTERDAY High 72    Low 50 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Albuquerque, cloudy 87 63 Chicago, cloudy  67 55 Cleveland, cloudy .. 70 55 Los Angeles, clear . 85 64 Miami, cloudy  87 82 New York, cloudy ; 92 59 Pittsburgh, cloudy . 79 52 St. Louis, clear  72 50 San Fran., cloudy .. 62 52 Washington, cloudy . 94 66 TODAY 7 a.rn................50 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours None TOMORROW Sunrise............6:04 Sunset.............6:39 High 70    Low 42 Forecast: Fair and cool. Pr. .39 .49 HUNTINGTON, N.Y. (AP) — Police have broken up a child burglar gang led by a 12-year-old girl. The gang is accused of shoplifting, looting homes and destroying property for the past two months, for petty cash and “kicks”. The ll boys and girls, all from fairly well-to-do homes, are 12 to 15, Suffolk County police said Friday. Police said only cash was taken from the looted homes — with the money going for phonograph records, transistor radios, soda and candy. The gang also is accused of smashing mailboxes, windows and fences. Police quoted the father of one alleged gang member: “They’re really not bad. A bunch of them have been running up and down the streets, painting mailboxes and ripping up flags. I don’t think ifs any big deal.”Pen Explodes Ahead OI PFK NEW YORK (AP) — A fountain pen that contained some sort of explosive blew up today some distance from Robert F. Kennedy while he was speaking during a Broadway campaign stroll. Nobody was reported injured and Kennedy continued his scheduled four-block walk. Police said the pen was thrown from an apartment house window, but that it was not known whether it had been aimed at the late President’s brother, Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate. Spectators who heard the loud report when the pen hit the pavement near Broadway and 89th Street thought at first it was the backfire of an automobile. Dover police were notified at 3:27 yesterday afternoon that 2 boys were riding on the hood of a car being driven near Dover High School. The complainant said one of the youths fell off. Officers plan to talk to the driver of the auto, who was traced through a license plate number. Theft of a red and white tricycle was reported at 5:13 p.m. yesterday by Mrs. Wayne Ridenbaugh of 530 E. Front St. A report was received at 10:55 last night of juveniles causing a disturbance at the Roller-cade Skating Rink at Memorial Hall. It was all quiet when officers arrived. At 6:30 p.m. a N. Tuscarawas Ave. resident said a neighbor boy had taken her son’s bicycle. It was later returned.Quick Change A sure sign of fall greeted Tuscarawas Countians this morning as the thermometer registered a nippy 50 degrees. Less than 48 hours before, the same people were seeking relief from a bubbling 95 degrees. The 45-degree drop brought out overcoats and the like at last night’s opening football games, another sign of fall. The 95-degree reading was a record high for Sept. IO. Gum Machine Stolen Theft of a bubble gum machine from a Laundromat on Fair Ave. NE was reported to New Philadelphia police at 2:48 this morning by William Harrison, a janitor. r -    ‘    I ON THE INSIDE •    • ••••• *• - • Hj.V. *v*‘v‘V     • Around The World .......... IO Goren On Bridge ............ 25 Hospital News .............. 29 Obituaries .................... 16 Sports .......... 30-31-32    33-34-35 Television .............. 19    to    22 Women’s Pages .......... 8    &    9 St. Joseph's Gridders Open Season Tonigh A “full house” is expected tonight at Dennison High Stadium where the St. Mary’s Blue Waves will entertain Dover St. Joseph’s Ramblers, beginning at 8. Art Teynor’s Ramblers are rated slight favorites in most corners, but the Blue Waves axe hoping to make Paul Drotovick’s “return” successful. Both Teynor and Drotovick are known for their sometimes “unusual” slants on football, the Ramblers using such maneuvers as the tandem offense and the Blue Waves often-times going to the spread formation. Elsewhere tonight, Caraway kicks off its 1964 season by hosting Dennison. Tuscarawas traveled to Malvern for an important I p.m. slow time engagement. Both the Garaway-Dennison and Tuscarawes-Malvern tilts will have a bearing on the Tuscrawas Valley Conference standings. ^    ~    l    ^    ,v    . ;

  • Bruno Ponteeorvo
  • Dorian Falk
  • Heinz Barwich
  • Klaus Fuchs
  • Louis Mcbride
  • Paul Drotovick
  • Robert F. Kennedy
  • Wayne Ridenbaugh
  • William Harrison

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: September 12, 1964

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