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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Life You Save May Be Your Ownl PORTER HOMI lomow 18 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawos County DoterNtw October fcrvhffl Ovtr fcmMM PHONE 41167 7 CENTS 24 17 Minutes Aloft SovietMen In Space End 16Trip Orbit Albert Demee and George Bainter give a chopsticli demonstration for Catherine Jims and his and Donald Bainter of New HONG KONG TO NEW PHILA IN 6 YEARS If s A Long Trail By Pete Groh Daily Reporter Staff Writer In a world of jetage it is hard to image a trip from China to the United States that takes 6 if you must struggle through mountains of red tape before boarding the the 000mile journey can be just that time It was for Albert Demee and 10yearold James George who now are living with Jims grandparents and greatgrandmother in New They arrived here last Their story is one of more let some telephone a couple of and then some more It even involves a delay while a congressional bill was flown to Paris for the signature of former President Dwight Eisen who was there for a sum mit The of could best be told by the mother and But that for all practical impossible because they do as have a full command of the English lan But a good substitute is Don ald Bainter of 145 3rd who saw his Chinese Ameri can grandson for the first time last a former deputy sher began by saying their met Miss Kit Ying Chan now Demee while sta tioned with the Navy in Hong Marrying her in George and his wife continued to live in Hong Kong where James George bqrn a year LatefjGeorge had to return to the Bainter said his son had plans almost completed with the Navy for his wife and son to come to the United States in But fate In September of that year George was killed in an auto mishap in San If he had Bainter re they his family were See 6 YEAR Page 18 Research4 Completed On Mission By FRED COLEMAN MOSCOW AP The Soviet Unions threeman space ship returned to earth today a little more than 24 hours after it blasted off on a pioneering flight that kept the Russians well ahead in the space The Soviet news agency Tass said the Voskhod Sunrise landedsafely at its preas signed spot in the Soviet Union at That was 24 hours and 17 minutes after it had been blast ed into All three members of the Voskhod crew are feeling Tass Soviet Premier in a radio conversation with the three cosmonauts Public Phila Meeting 29 To Clarify Needs For Levies promised them the boisterous Moscow reception the Soviet capital traditionally gives to space Be ready for the overloading which well arrange for you aft er you come back to the premier The three members of Vosk hods Vladimir Ko the pilot scientist Ron stantiri and Bor is were met at the landing spot by sports com correspondents and Tass The spaceship landed after 16 It was the first flight by a spaceship containing more than one The program of scientific designed for 24 hours of was accomplished in Dover Firemen Map Pay Requests 4 More Divisions Set For UCF Drive Four more divisions for the DoverNew Philadelphia United Community Fund were an nounced today as some 200 vol unteers girded for an assault on the Joe general man for the 22nd annual reports that lastminute details are being finalized for the all out push beginning Monday and winding up and Indus trial Gifts Divisions swung into action joining the Corporate The solicitor suggested that the Finance and Park Commit tees meet respectively with city employes and members of the Park and Recreational Boards to plan a program that would explain the needs of the 2 lev Plans and strategy for an Is sues Night to discuss the 2 levies on the 3 ballot with the public were the chief topics at the New Philadelphia City Council meeting last The problem of rezoning 6 lots owned by Clarence Farbizo on the west side of Kaderly from residential to commerci al use was also brought back for City Solicitor Donald Zimmer man obtained Councils approv al to stage a public meeting 29 at in the Method 1st Church Fellowship Hall tojnave been made for the second clarify the purpose of the 2 levies and to get public Zimmerman was backed by Councilman John Stratton when he informed Council that there was much confusion concerning the 2 issues and how revenue Over 1 Set For Workshop More than 100 reservations derived from them would be Weathervane YESTERDAY High 64 Low 37 Elsewhere In High Low clear cloudy clear Los cloudy cloudy Jlew cloudy cloudy cloudy San cloudy clear TODAY tAINFAU Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunset High 70 forecast Fair 42 49 40 60 81 77 62 49 64 46 69 42 63 58 65 40 37 Advertising Workshop to ae conducted Wednesday in Un ion Country Club under spon sorship of The Daily The program begins with a luncheon at with The Reporter as Budd vice president of The Halle in Cleve will be the featured speak using Advertising Lets Make It Productive as his top Ed advertising di rector of the Akron Beacon will be moderator for a panel discussion on ads of merchants Gore and James general man ager of The will be other panel The program is designed to show retailers and others how to set up advertising plan their copy and get the mosl out of their Young Will Visit County By Copter Stephen Young has scheduled stops in New Philadelphia and Uhrichsville oo a 7city campaign tour by helicopter The trip is to begin at East Liverpool at and end in Cambridge at Council President William Hin g endorsed the proposal and ap jointed Public Relations Direc or Al Bricker to act as coordi nator for the Our obligation as members if the council is to attempt to telp the people of the city to now what these issues are Hinig Zimmerman said the Method st Church as pre had already voted to urnish facilities for the meet ng and help to provide refresh ments following the Stratton also got approval on his motion that he contact news media in the area to help dis eminate correct information on the levies to be On Council had pass ed a resolution approving the lacing of a 2mill levy on the allot at the November At a special meeting on another resolution was approved for a 1mill levy to be Tass Valuable information was obtained about the flight of a group of cosmonauts consisting of specialists in different For the first scientists were able to conduct observa tions directly in outer The information obtained as a result of the flight is being tabulated and The flight fell far short of the previous record of 81 orbits by Soviet Valery By kovsky in June His flight lasted 119 hours and six See MEN IN Page 2 As Zimmerman again explain ed last both levies are for current operating The 2mill issue is made up of a renewal effective in the 1965 tax year and a addi tional effective in the 1964 tax While the mill riv enue would be used for current and and cents for deskmen Furnace Repair EstimateHeats Dover Resident Dover Mayor LeMoyne Lu thy last night received a call from a resident who claimed a local furnace company tried to clip The man stated his wife called the firm to make an but she backed down when an inspector said it would cost Youre going to have to talk to my she told When her husband returned from work he checked the fur replacing one wire that was It works the irat ed resident told Luthy advised him to contact the The Dover Police Department held a strategy meeting this morning to draft a request for additional pay and fringe bene fits that must be submitted to the citys finance committee by City firemen met last night for the same but mem bers of committees for each de partment thismorning refused to release their It can be however the finance headet by Eugene will be handed letters asking substan tial increases in addition to oth er Members of the departments were visibly unhappy with the finance committees proposa made last It included a 5cent hourly hike for police sergeants around 20 and It also allowed for a annual clothing allow ance for the 4 On the com mittee offered to pay a month in in 1966 and in 1967 and One Dover policeman this morning said the final decision on the matter will be He indicated that a good majority of the men are ready to quit if their suggestions are not We have to make a he Members of the police com mittee are Joseph Zahler Jack Tom Holmes and Deskman Wood row substitutinj for Guy who is ho The Fire Department com mittee is headed by Tom Dean Mayor LeMoyne Luthy alsc sat in on this mornings session saying that he was only an ob See PUBLIC MEETING Page 13 Chamber of On The Stx Stronger In 3 Blow To 4 Killbuck Girl At Festival Page 9 10 11 Kick 13 Around The World 8 Goreu On Bridge 15 5 fc Building Nows Hospital Obituaries 2 Television Sports 11 12 7 fc YMCA Receives 6th Merit Award Tuscarawas County YMCA re ceived its sixth consecutiv Merit Award when the Ohio West Virginia Area Council hel its annual meeting last week Doverite Jim physica education committee member accepted the Franklin Nev Philadelphia native and secre tary of the Dayton wa speaker for the noon He is the son of and now of New and for merly was associate genera secretary of the Canton Central and Special Gifts These 4 divisions are assigned the task of raising or nearly 71 per cent of the The first report meeting Is scheduled a week from The 4 division heads named today are Richard Nan Marvin David son and Robert a New Philadel phia will be out to top a goal of in the Dentists See UNITED Page 13 Nan Sennaner Marvin Davidson Robert Gintz 2 ABDUCTORS ARRESTED Kidnaped Official Freed By PAUL FINCH Venezuela AP Communist terrorists released Air Force Michael molen unharmed Monday night fter two of the fiveman gang hat abducted him Friday were was put ut of a car about 11 on a treet A passing police car spot ed him almost immediately and took him to a police te arrived at the embassy early said he felt fine and re ported he had been treated Interior Minister Gonzalo Jarrios said the two terrorists seized in a downtown Caracas apartment early Monday were Spanishborn members of the Red underground called the Armed Forces of National Lib eration Reliable sources said nine other suspected terrorists were picked up Smolen told newsmen his abductors said they kidnaped turn to make propaganda for their underground war against Venezuelas democratic govern The 45yearold officer from said his abduc tors never mentioned any plan to trade him for political prison ers in Venezuela or for a con demned Communist Viet Cong terrorist in South Viet Various anonymous telephone callers had reported such pro South Viet Nam police sources reported that the execution of the terrorist mentioned in con See Page 13 Akronite Held For Narcotics Investigation James o Ak driver or an auto involved in a fatal Tuscarawas County crash Friday is in City Hospital at where he re portedly will be picked up on a narcotics State patrolmen from New Philadelphia confiscated 2 hy podermic needles and a dropper or syringe from the belongings of who already is charged with seconddegree A search used by state that Cor velli has admitted to state pa trol informants that he is a drug who filed the death count Satur says no charge of possess ing Instruments used to admin ister narcotics is planned un til he completes his investiga According to available re See Page 2 Dover Board Okays Varied School Steps Staff personnel mod ern purchase of an addi tional school bus and the possi ble purchase of property by the Public Library highlighted dis cussion at last nights Dover Board of Education Three teachers were given new contracts for the remain der of the school including one new to the Clyde Pence a 1951 graduate of Ohio State Univer was hired to replace Dale Beatty in the Industrial Arts Marie McKeever and Marjorie both of whom had taught in the sys tem last were retired to ease overcrowding in the ele mentary grades at Park and Dover In other personnel the board Increased salaries of Peggy Staggers and Donna oth elementary for completion of additional college Named Josephine Long er and Phyllis Cramer to the substitute teacher Accepted the resignation of Louanne Woerdeman as secretary to the high school principal and hired Patricia Petricola as her effective Hired Edgar Gotschall as school custodian at a salary of Approved a stipend for Edward who will serve Dover Yule Display Set Dover City Council Monday night will hear a report by Ser vice Director Ream cerning planned Christmas orations in the downtown area over the At a recent committee John Davis of the Down town Merchants said 26 artificial complete with colored will be purchased for installation on whiteway The trees are the same as tht one on display in front of the Post The city agreed to erect the decorations and sup ply the Ream noted that only minor changes are planned for Public with several additions on the southwest Ht said some repainting will be quired on some lighting equip The service director reported there is in a City Council fund for decorations with going for new figures ia the Nativity Art Always Looking Many people looking for apartment or borne to You as athletic equipment was ap See SCHOOL Page get results fast through a porter Family Want Ke you have an apartment or house to rent you are ready jdace a Family Want U Now I To PUce Your 44 PHONE L f   

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