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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                M Ntwipoptf v Mtv J A i r I C Whos On Moscows COAAPllCATfONS Who Has Finger On Nuclear Rocket Button By RENRY BRADSHER MOSCOW AP Whos on Moscows end of the hot line now Whose finger is on the nucfear rocket button Until NlkJta Khrushchevs unexpected ouster last the answer to both questions was simple and the Now its more If President Johnson decides to qave a talk on his direct line to the he presumably would get Alexei As Kosygin heads the Soviet But such significant things as the lineup of portraits of Soviet leaders displayed in Moscow that Leonid Brezhnev is the top man He took over Khrushchevs Job as Communist party first secretary At Strosburg Council Holds Last Interview On Sewer Setup STRASBURG Coun cil members heard the last of several interviews regarding the sanitary sewer project last night at a meeting in Town May or John Studer Wayne a represent ative of the Floyd Browne and of Marion told council of 4 types of sewer plants that are approved by the State Departmtnt of A special meeting will be held 10 for council members to review preliminary proposals of the Mayor Studer and Harry Held also announced the village will return to Eastern Standard Time Sunday at 2 Council gave an ordinance calling for oneway traffic on 1st Lane NE and 1st Lane NW second In the last 40 yean of munist the party secretary pas always been top man he has been premier only 18 of those The premier the rest of the time has been a tech This might not be much of a problem for Johnson since the hot line is a teletype not a Talking to two people on the phone at once might be but an agreed message could be put on the teletype from The fugerefrthelMtten ques tion gets more involved due to the vagueness of the Soviet It does not designate a peace time commander in chief for Soviet military forces as John son is commander in chief of military estab the Presidium of the Supreme which declares war and concludes to presumably the top But the Presidium has S3 which is a bit too many fingers for one Lacking an officially pro claimed commander in Premier Kosygin might seem to be the But his portrait is and what 1 man would want to turn over the decision on massive devastation to his deputy Many nonCommunist observ ers of the Soviet scene have fett the system naturally gravitates the American Under the Soviet constitution toward If the trend Bre zhnev will follow the example of Stalin and Khrushchev and add the premiership to the party or some other man will move in and ultimately take PHONE 42167 By ARTHUR EVERETT NEW YORK AP The proud flag at half all the armed TI proua nag at naif A steady of mottneri bowed in mourning for the filed lnto the church and past third time in less than a year tne f A as it bade sad Kennedy was boo Herbert Rags qno at half staff at New will lit In state for a aau w farewell to its 31st on Friday and Saturday la Herbert Clark Washington m the Canttol rotun At 9 the huge bronze doors of Bartholo mews Episcopal Church on Park Avenue swung open and JAinll tribute was paid to public homage to Hoover the great warrior who once served aa Hoovers Army chief His body will lie in state for 48 hours amid the Byzantine asKKiffls iSres ssrax vWndl IftnU j ly half century old 200 Attend Parley On Southern Local By John Landon Daily Reporter Staff Writer f Several questions were Gnadenhutten and Tusca Taft Favored In Student Survey ROAD BLOCKS Interstate 77 was blocked for a ihort time this morning at when a semi truck driven by Pool of lost its load of building blocks on the exit lane at McPeek told state patrolmen that part of his load fell off as rounding the causing his truck to tip and dumping the entire load of of brick onto the Investigation is Local residents will split the ticket voting for Lyndon Johnson as president and se lecting a magic name in Ohio Republican Robert Taft over incumbent Democrat Stephen Young for the Sen ate by and whether they be Democrat or Republi theyll support their re spective These are just a few of the Indications of a poll conducted by 17 Dover High students Fri day and Saturday in downtown Dover and Miracle Lane The all are members of a freshman college level American prob lems instructed by Clifford They polled 271 citizens on 18 Atwood Drawdown Is Storttd Today chief engineer for the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy today an Bounced that because of re quired construction work involv ing docking and beach water levels at Atwood and Pleasant Hill lakes wiU be drop ped He said the drawdown will be approximately 3 inches per Hoffman suggests that anyone having boats or docks in Hi I lakes arrange to remove bam this There wiU io drawdown in the other lakes until midNovew Aim Struck ly fyt of RD Is listed as safr ry today to Uoton Has tolerations and a questions ranging from upcom ing to military aid to South Viet Nam to support of additional taxes to improve salaries and conditions in the See Page 22 Meet Reggie whose enduring haidsUps are dramat teafly fold in a Mery below writ ten by Nernt Dally Reporter staff In with the grand enen Ing ef the new BUI Rettner Tire ft Service Center Thnndny other sterles are leatfred en Pages tfemgh and ntetwres ar Phila Zoning Discussion Set Tonight New Philadelphia city offi icals and Council members will meet tonight at 7 in the Munici pal Building for a preliminary discussion with an Akron con sultant engineering firm con cerning possible revision of the citys zoning On a special planning committee appointed by Coun cil President William voted to initiate action on the zoning laws and decided to meet with several consultant firms prior to any definite com Council members were in formed of the committees posal at the regular meeting 12 and were invited to at tend tonights Doverite Robbed At Knife Point Jerry of citon ws been bound over to the Stark County Qrand Jury after he waived preliminary hearing to a charge of armed fie pleaded innocent in Munic ipal Court Monday following his arrest Friday for the alleged then of and a wrist watch from Robert of Marino said be was bed by a who held a knife to his swered at last nights public meeting on the consolidation of the proposed Southern Local School District held in Tuscara was High Steve Pasqataeffl of Tuscan who helped circulate pett Approxtaiately 200 residents tions requiring the merger to of the 4 local districts attended was in the confab as Byron Mor assistant superintendent of told the crowd that Public Instruction of the State Purpose of the petitions was Department of spoke the People a better un briftfly and conducted a quesderstandrog of the a dumce to discuss to bring Clarifies Allocations The members of the County Budget Commission yesterday clarified their allocation of the undivided tax money to the po litical county subdivisions for the 1965 calendar The distribution was made from the estimated in undivided taxes set aside for the county local government funds by the Division of County Affairs of the Ohio Tax Depart hi making yesterdays allocation for used only a figure of an increase of over the amount allocated to the county subdivisions for Of the increase of the Budget Commission split between 7 of 20 county corpora tions and between 7 of 22 The Commission pointed out that only Dover Cor Gosben Township and the county general fund were al located less for 1965 than they were Allowed for As announced the DAY BKIGHTENER Character To have the same ailment the other person is de scribing and not mention biggest increase was the granted to New Philadelphia and earmarked for maintenance of the municipal airport To help with this the Commis sion took away from Do ver Corporation and from the The Commission this See Page 22 HIS 0 WNIWID YESTEftDAY High 48 Low 27 Elsewhere In High Lew Pr clear 68 40 46 cloudy 48 40 Los clear 97 68 84 60 New cloudy 50 39 cloudy 48 29 clear 57 53 San clear 83 64 clear 52 56 TODAY 7 39 RAINFALL Last 24 TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 48 Low 35 Forecast Fair and Reggie Retread Likes Beitner Service Once upon a time there was a little tire paiseiujer car tire named Reggie For so lad a J WUr m from Ms owners wasnt flBff tte tortsttp pastwt and had seen his onceproud white walls come prone tog lot oUpsaiW even though that initial trip 10 the hoist hadnt seared hjpl Jto first owner had fa late model automoMlat aid Beggfewai prouj as bat to deliver aim wherever diciatol Bui was now ia evwtuality of soon ending up oo a football practice fieW where gridiron cleats of husky m pounders wouia penetrate feta or be wouki be hung Gram a crossbar so that some quarterback could practice fir ing footballs througl his wner The biter dictot bother Public Hearing Set 12 On Creek Project Soil Conservation Service program as applied for recently by officials of the Tuscarawas Soil and Water Conservation the Muskingum Water shed Conservancy District and the Tuscarawas County Com The bearing will follow a field inspection to be made earlier that day by a reviewing team from the Ohio Department of Natural This and testimony at the hearing will be used by the Ohio Water Com mission in deciding whether to recommend approval of the ap The Commission has asked that any long or detailed statements be submitted in writ in order to make toe hear ing as brief as Woman Is Jailed For Intoxication r t KP 7th was jaikd by Dover police this morning for The while being to to Comty the proposed consolidation and Goshen SalemWashing The merger vote is by w WAMM the residents closer to the Glenn Rich7director of the schools and its problems and to Elementary and Secondary those involved a right to ucation Division and Harold Robinsonof oi also pjorntef eut that ii nanceboth of the Department Ws opinion the petitions were of responsible for bringing the County Linton State Department aker also was present to help totne answer the citizens Honaker introduced School districts included in who began by telling the audience it was their re sponsibility to secure the facts and then make a decision as to whether or not they a of the proposed consol In 1954 there were 268 Ugh schools in Ohio with less than 1130 he To day there are Ten years ago there were 736 high and school Today there are 575 A public hearing will be held Ohio Water Commission Morten died X 12 to consider application this trend te taktagrtace in for assistance under Public Law j in 566 the Small Watershed Law for the Beaverdam Creek Any resident of the area Is welcome to give testimony at the which will be in Time of the hearing is in New Philadel phia City Council Chambers SOUTHFRM t Purpose of the hearing is to hear both proponents and op ponents to proposed watershed improvement projects under the Ohio and in other states To better the educational facili ties and broaden the academic programs in our and do this in the est way possible for He said small high schools are now graduating students who go to college to become An Evening With Mail to The Daily Reporter 990 Jtvtr for Mdi Dont miss Ms Thursday Octeber 2f guarded by an The tribute Witt be JAprt tribute wMppM to On Bwver will bt quiet and simple Hoover died at Tuesday at the age of His gallant old heart gave out be neath the burden of a final 1U ness that began Saturday with a massive internal He passed away peacefully and painlessly in a deep Born in the first American of the Mis from issippi was a mining4 engineer and selfmade aire when he to public It fen bis lot to be to the White Rouse at the onset of the Great Depression and the electorate tamed him out in 1932 after only one politi cally But with grace and Hpover in private life r the esteem that drcumstanot had cost At his death he was a revered elder respected even by the bitterest of his old political Hoover was a But It See NATION Page II China Nuclear Fallout Minor Across By CARL LEUBSD01F WASHINGTQN AP significant fallout was deposited on the United States as most of the radioactive cloud from Red Chinas nuclear test across the American and out to the Weather said Tuesday night that a lack of rainfall was helpful Rain in the path of the cloud might have brought some of thr radioactivity to Even if predicted rain had teM off except in northern mission scientists said fallout From last Fridays low yield test had not been expected to cause any undue health hazard in the United tester chief out specialist for me Weather said some fallout debris from the Chinese test would continue to move tha United States for about another week at levels lower than the feet at which flwmajof portion of the cloud travekT ifacota indicated tfcr at these e hotter down by On The Propom Ntw J toM Tf Chief tflf9 f i i Unamtttl   

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