Tuesday, October 20, 1964

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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1964, Dover, Ohio State 1 College Team Tornado Reserves fop Phila Tht Attoctattd St rvict of Rtporttr PORTER J Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County tomtlkw fetober vwtnftnj IflMNP PHONE 7 CENTS Officials Watchful For Soviet Signs By JOHN HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON AP officials are watching for possi ble further upheaval in the So viet Unions leadership as they consider what steps the United States should take in the coming weeks to deal with changed in ternational President who con ferred with congressional lead ers for 2 hours has called a meeting of his special advisory committee on policy for This group of prominent private citizens will be given detailed reports on world developments and asked to consider various possible Johnson told newsmen that be had met with he congressional Democrats and Repub but gave no details of the information presented to He said the reports he and sev eral Cabinet members gave See Page C Take Herbert Hoover NEW YORK AP Former President Herbert Clook Hoov er died at the age of 90 in his New York apartment today aft er a long Hoovers condition took a turn for the worse Saturday when he was stricken with a sudden and massive internal hemorrhage from the upper gastrointestinal A medical bulletin two hours before his death said Hoover had lapsed into a deep coma from which he could not be re His condition then was de scribed as His two Herbert and Allan were with him in Depression Abuse Of 31st President Erased By Humanitarian Esteem Contrary there was Herbert 31st president of tht United isshown In a recent He was 90 years Mental Health Cash Catches Pointed Out Members of the County Cit izens Committee of sive Mental Health Planning Project were told last night that a community that has a mental health hospital or unit has gone a long way towards acquiring a That statement was made by John Morrison of the State De partment of Mental Hygiene and who also dis cussed federal funds available under HillBurton Act and a Mental Health Centers Also present was Robert regional consultant of the Comprehensive Mental Health Planning whose 9county area includes The meeting was held in Dover Public with 20 persons who said a meeting is scheduled today in Columbus with HillButton personnel to de termine exactly what funds are said money under that plan would be somewhat limited in that only lipmillion has been appropriated for The he said ben continued for 5 Under toe HillBurton Morrison 33 per cent of the cost of the unit is paid by the federal while 50 per cent is matched under the Mental Health Cen ters He noted that certain guide lines or strings were attach but he termed them ben They have he ex to provide the right kind of services so you dont go up a oneway He added that 5 programs See Page fi Tape Measure New Tool For Election Commission Splits County Tax Surplus CountyBudget Commis sion today allocated an overall increase of in undivided tax money to county political subdivisions for the 1965 calen dar The action today is based on an estimate of which the Division of County Affairs of the Ohio Tax Department has made as available money for the county for These funds are derived from the sales tax and the intangible taxes They are dis tributed according to the total valuation of the municipal cor porations 75 per cent and on a population basis 25 per In this tax amounted to approximately the in See Page 2 VW At Phila The question about political activity within 100 feet of the voting booths set up inside the Board of Elections office in the Courthouse has assumed tape measuring A Republican candidate for county office first was quickly advised to move his auto with its overhead political sign from the parking space on Broad about 50 feet from the Elections Office Last Republicans In turn Stephen Youngs right to speak from the Courthouse steps which are within the 100foot Now this spyglass has turned quite surprisingly but logically inside the Courthouse if measurements hold every official within the who is a candidate in the 3 is barred from politi cal action within the passing out match The 2 Repub lican Delmar Baer and Demo crat Jake are within coughing distance of the And despite several See Page 6 Phila School Board Okays Cent Hike In Milk Program lay raises for municipal em rioyes during Monday nights over Council In the only time it was mentioned was when Council President Arthur Hanni indicat ed that the lawmakers would discuss all revised iven going as far as special meetings if in order to with a pay ordinance before the end of Police and in par already had expressed dissatisfaction with earlier fi nance committee proposals for ay coming up with their recommendations due or Council study within the next few Finance committee offers and employe requests were review ed for all Council members dur ng a special session in Service Mrectpr Reams office ollowing regular Further discussions are The remainder of the hour long session involved only rou tine 5 ordinanc es getting approval under sus pension of Following an explanation by Service Director Ream and an accompanying report New Philadelphia Board of Education relatively whisked through a light session last taking action on I re quests or Cost of milk in the Special If ilk Program in the entire dis trict was raised from 2 cents to 9 cents per bottle federal re imbursement is 3 cents on re commendation of Alice cafeteria She stated the cost of wis causing a The MdUioaal The board chase of 40 Plastic at an deficit in Witt be Ann 7th Grade English was granted a maternity leave and Russell Stuckey of North who has had 27 years of administra tive and teaching was hired to replace iasiraeUea ap proved for 3 handicapped stu dents on recommendation of Lean The state re imburses the cost of the tutor ieis expansion Plans for a building expan sion project by New Philadel phia Carl Stoller VFW Post 1445 are expected to be an nounced this According to a mimeographed issued by The VEJ a holding company for the plans are now on the drawing board and being com pleted by MarrKnappCrawfis architects in New Philadel The addition to the post located at 435 Minnich Ave wiU be approximately 30 X 60 In briefly describing the planned the bulletin said In addition to the many VFW community service activi it will be made available to the many organized youth groups in addition to our 9 ready expanded youth grains including To augment a nominal sum the VFW was successful in raising during a recent fund the organization is ap pealing to members to provide additional monies through the Susan was added to ffafhftf Dummermutb the substitute along wita hji fulltime ot Charlies related teacher r 5Wr 1 He been itt ajiyi PiilMrJlilBL fMy purchase of blocks 10 for 15 190 for PAY IIIGHTfNfl A credit card is conveo ieat way to spend moaey you wish you his 31st floor suite in the Wal dorf Towers when he The body ef the 31st president will lie in state for two days in Bartholomews Episcopal Church on Park after memorial it will be taken by train to Washing ton for a service in the rotunda of the Burial will be in a national park at the site of a small cot tage where he was born In West in Bartholomew service will be similar to that conduct ed for his 20 years Lou ago Henry in the same She died at the age of Those close to Hoover said he was stoic through his never complaining of Only one other former presi John lived the nations second chief was 90 years and 8 months old when he died Hoover 90 years and 2 The announcement of Hoov ers death was written on Wal dorfAstoria Hotel stationery by his personal Mi chael It said President October time a Republican was president from 1929 through The Great DtpitMlia set ftn during his term and he was succeeded by Franklin but he continued to live an active life in humanitari an work and in Work was his Ha called it the best antidote to Ills and He worked al most to the f f during nil lattar he had fought off terioof Hoover said in a birthday message 10 that the taf to Americas abundanca was tta freedom Freedom Is the window See HERBERT I 5 ORDINANCES APPROVED Council Delays Pay Discussion to little discussion on which showed since May of 1962 of by using strip coal over deep Council approved the expend ure of for the purchase of stoker grates and grate drive chain for the Municipal Light The considered on an emergency basis to get the 4 boiler back into op eration within a involves 536 grate The recent boil er checkup revealed damage during the last but the cause has not definitely been Council appropriated from the Electric Fund for the purchase of insulated conduc tors for a spaced aerial cable system extending the citys pow er The following up recommendations made 2 weeks See Page 2 toe Accepts Yankee Post NEW YORK AP Johnny Keane was named manager of the New York Yankees who resigned as man ager of the Louis Cardinals only 19 hours after leading them to a World Series victory over he succeeds Yogi who was fired despite winning a pennant in his first year as Keane is the 18th Yankee manager and their fourth in the last five General Manager Ralph who announced Keanes signing at a giant press confer ence at a midtown said the 52yearold Keane had been given a oneyear Terms were not disclosed but it is believed Keane will receive around The greyhaired Texas was paid by the Cards this past when he led the team to the Series cham climaxing his 35th year in professional he Cards won tht Series in the seventh game last Thursday and Keane quit the next day in a stunning This is a great day for the said We are mighty happy and proud to have John join our We hope he will be with us for a long time to tog Mil Women Louise of 426 5tb reported to police yesterday afternoon that she was bitten on the left leg by a dog owned by an Otis Brown She was treated by a local doc FIRST 100 Local 785 of the United Paper Work ers at Marsh Wall Products is the first group to reach a 100 per cent contribution to the DoverNew Philadelphia United Community Joseph Dragovichr 1964 65 general campaign is shown presenting the 100 per cent to 2 members of the Civic or Charity Fund They are Herbert Wigfitld of RD New and William Doidge of 429 Kelly New also is president of the The employes total contribution which represents a gift of per hourlyrated David Cprwln is chairman of the Industrial which has a goal of Corwin is in dustrial relations manager at Marsh Within the next 10 some 500 volunteers will strive to top a goal for the 12 participating 5 Saluted For Community Efforts As Phila Starts Citizen Award By Dan Miles Dally Reporter Staff Writer Five New Philadelphia men were saluted as Good Citi zens last night for their com tined 150 years of service to he Honored were Emery William larold Meese and Albert They were lauded for past ef orts toward the betterment of he community through their in business endeavors and service to the Naming of the 5 the first to be highlighted Civil Service Board To Meet The Dover City Civil Service Commission will meet tonight to certify 3 names of prosper tive patrolmen to fill Police De partment Taking the test Friday night were Howard White of 4th Billy Jennings of 213 Lloyd and Alden Warner of 908 Tuscarawas Dot and John Petty of New Announcement on those certi a banquet in the Elks auditori um attended by some 100 per Guest speakers were Dick director of the Pro fessional Football Hall of Fame at and Samuel city manager of t Three of the 5 surprised guests of honor were in the au dience when their names were now of 232 7th NE has served as the citys por lice chief 28 years prior to his retirement a few years of 940 4th compiled 32 years with the Po lice serving as a fied is nounced expected to be an Howard chairman of the com said raffle officer and also acting chief for a short president of Ohio See CITIZEN Page I Weathervane YESTERDAY High 54 Low 24 Elsewhere la High Lew clear cloudy clear clear clear Phila Jailed By Police William of 1060 Grant New Phila was jailed by Dover police yesterday for not having an operators The according to was ar rested on a warrant filed in mayors McCreary reportedly at tempted to run out a back door of Joe Valentines Bar on Tuscarawas when he saw police coming after Paper Backs LBJ Ohio Ak ron Beacon Journal said today for the first time in its 126year history it is backing a Demo crat for On The Ike Not Happy With Khrus RemovJ Page 3 World Sharpen Election Page 4 Personal Show Increase Page 10 Bottle Over OhioErie Canal Page 16 Dear Abby Your Around The World Goren Ou Home BuMng News Hospital 7 Obituaries Television Sports Womens Crane 61 48 50 95 85 64 54 56 87 60 39 38 31 66 47 29 29 64 cloudy clear clear San clear cloudy TODAY 7 24 heavy frost RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 58 Low 34 Forecast Cloudy and warm Treat Set In Dover Dover Mayor LeMoyne La thy yesterday met with the Jun ior and Senior Student Council at Dover High to discuss the ob servance of Luthy this said be planned no curfew and set 29 as Trick and Treat night in the In discussing a many of the students noW him that all teenagers should not bt penalized for a few who All high school students thia morning were advised of the meeting during public addresa They were ask ed to cooperate with authoritiea to have a good Halloween Uof Pickup DENNISON Albert Nig street nounced that for the next 9 urdays leaves will be picked up beginning at 8 Residenta are requested to have tht leaves in cartons on the laws Dover Kiwanis Will Sponsor Carnegie Course As Project The Dover Kiwanis Club will sponsor presentation of the Dale Carnegie Course for area busi ness with a public in formation meeting scheduled 28 at in Dover High Proceeds of the sponsorship will go into the clubs com munity projects including boys and girls Fred Knauff of region al representative of tie outlined the enrollment gram at a meeting of too club last night at He will speed tjus week in the trial executives and othen eg enrollments in the Classes tentatively are uled to begin in probably on Wednesday It will require 14 ta complete the course aa4 receive a and a dum of 41 is the clubs goal It is to both men and Now 52 years in the course is aa worWs largest executive training progniL graduates now auiaher tfyjn g