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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Dover High Instruct Shop Boys Combine Talents InInvention Page Writ Ift Rwdtrihlp Flnt In Photography Firif In Ntws VOL 36 RTER HOMIICMTION Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County PHONE 42167 1 1 fVW NMAMQ9 7 CENTS Everyone Is bera with that hidellMe brand I want te feel Smoking dgarets is not a heinous bat its a stnpid tiling to Value Of Education Cited For Students The average teenage has only 2 tramp cards By Norman Singleton Dally Reporter Staff Writer A free ticket to the fu Thats how George Crane described presentday education costs per per day to some Tuscarawas County junior and senior high He launched the series of en gagements Thursday in the morning at New Philadelphia speaking to 800 students in Grades Stopping in Uhrichsville for lunch and a 35minute discourse before 85 members and guests of the Buckeye wound up the prelude to his main lecture last night in Dover High Auditorium by ad dressing Dovers senior high then a combined gather ing of county school system jun iors and seniors and Dover Jun ior High With the exception of his Buckeye Club Crane held steadfastly to a basic theme of boygirl re lationships and touch ing only lightly though emphat See Page 18 for and the Its np to to keep the conversation UCFs Cleanup Needs ill A cleanup was launched today as volunteers attempted to raise an addition al for the DoverNew Philadelphia United This is the amount still need ed to meet the minimum re quirements for the 12 service and welfare agencies in the UF HEAR CRANES FEATURE TALK Understanding Is Needed By Juanlta Abel Daily Reporter Womens Editor People need psychology they can understand and apply to their They need answers they can understand and for 25 I have endeavored to give them both through my newspaper That was George Crane speaking to approximate ly last night in Dover High auditorium as the climax of a whirlwind speaking ap pearance in Tuscarawas Coun ty And before the Daily Reporter 2 hour An Evening With was over he had done a good bit of In one young woman hurried up to the stage after ward and said I want to sub scribe to The Daily Reporter so I can read Cranes That was testimony enough for the impact he made on the which had a large number of men in it And that brings me to a When the Worry Clinic of the imminent psychologist psychi atrist enters the conversation at a feminine gathering you can rest assured some will comment to the effect that Crane blames women for all marital I have concurred with this Therefore I looked for ward to his appearance and an opportunity to ask him to point out a few things men might do to hold your wifes keep your wife keep your wife in love with Those are responsibil ities he consistently places on See 18 Joe general cam aign said this morning that he still is optimis tic that the goal can be Success of the drive hinges n the late reporting divisions and he Ev ery pledge card still out is im Anyone whose pledge card has not been picked up within he can return it to the UF office in the YMCA build There still is time for ev eryone to make a gift or raise lis At yesterdays final report meeting in Union Country an additional in cash and pledges pushed the total to date to This leaves to or about 18 per cent of the Dragovich stated he conserv atively estimated that is still to be reported by the vari ous division who dis tributed their cards He added that some compa nies had waited until this week Uhville Pupils Give Assistance Johnson Coins New Slogan to distribute the cards to their employes in conjunction with their pay Seven more divisions joined the attorneys in reaching their Dover Schools hit 107 per Others are the Auto Coal Opera State Gov ernment and Federal Govern which Dragovich stated should top their goals during the week are New Philadelphia Doc Florists and Plaza Oil Dover Resi dential and Special He said that all in this latter group are just short of their Representatives of 3 more UF agencies were presented certif icates for community They are Tuscarawas Valley Guidance accepted by Mary Villwock Union Hos pital accepted by Harold and Girl Great Trail accepted by Thomas totty Owlnn left and Janet Hbeker cmltt Circulation George Court right in filing subscriber cards and typing up reperts vital newspaper Tho students were a part of 18 Uhrichsvillo High journalism taught by Ralph visiting The Daily Reporter today iii a delayed observance of National Newspaper Other pictures and stories by students are published elsewhere in this By FRANK CORMIER DETROIT AP President making a final cam paign tour of the came up with a new slogan today The vote you cast will be your own and the world you save will be your Johnson unveiled this phrase in a speech prepared for an airport rally in It was his latest move in a weeklong effort to picture himself as the candidate best equipped to preserve The even while emphasizing questions of peace and war in every still seeks opportunities to contrast his views with those of Republi can rival Barry He did this anew Thursday night in taking issue with Goldwater on the role of clergymen in public Addressing a Democratic Johnson added to his text a challenge to a Goldwater statement questioning the pro priety of political endorsements by mmbers of the The President saidr the day will never come when any for any will try to keep religion out of our na tional decisions on who shall lead us or the direction we shall A day in Cedar Rap Goldwater inserted into one of his campaign speeches a passage in which he questioned whether clergymen could be giving proper attention to problems of morality at the same be providing Johnson with The who never mentioned Goldwater in his said I do not con demn our churches or our cler gymen for being concerned that America meet her moral responsibilities for for preserving human freedom and human and for doing what a rich nation can and should do to wipe poverty from our I not only dont condemn I thank God for their in his Detroit See NEW Page II Vandals Wreck 25 Tombstones Vandals wrecked havoc In New Philadelphias Fair Street Cemetery last overturn ing 25 According to police some were broken and will have to be The incident marred an oth erwise peaceful night for resi dents as they played host to youngsters on the citys annual Trick or Treat Most of the with the exception of 3 incidents investi gated by were mild in comparison to the cemetery in Reporting bicycles stolen were Richard Agar of 742 Oak NW and Melvin Erb of 137 North The Agar bicycle was later found by Da vid Aubihl of 827 3rd Ted Ricker of 436 6th NW told police someone broke a window in his Police lo cated the boy and his parents will make In one other case of vandal it was reported by John Bober of 458 Front SE this morning that someone de stroyed a fence around his Dropping 0 Rail Flag Stops At Nctown Is Recommended An attorney examiner has rec ommended to the Public Utili ties Commission of Ohio that 2 Pennsylvania Railroad passeng er train flag stops at Newcom erstown be Dover Laundromat Looted Dover police are continuing Investigation into the looting of U washing machines and a pop which resulted in a loss of 145 to at Kerrys Kleen King Laundry on Club View Police received the report last night at from George of 221 10th Googasb this morning laid that the theft apparently occurred late Wednesday night or early Thursday She stated that the locks on the hid been taken the money removed and put back togeth The theft went unnoticed Witt ticht when the ma dines were The Gerald Wad who held a hearing 1 noted in his recommendation that no opposition to the move was The and 31 4 eastbound have been the only ones stopping at Newcomers town Wadkowski pointed out that there were a total of 11 passengers for Train 31 from 25 through 23 with 8 being nonpay ing railroad Train 4 having with 14 being He further pointed out that Weathervane YESTERDAY High 56 Low 32 Elsewhere In High Low Prestige Shrinks BG Michael Pap was photographed outride the County Probate Court Thursday where he ap peared to help establish the authenticity of Soviet documents submitted in a dispute over the estate of a former Russianbom Newcomerstown Adam who died in May Professor Explains Khrushchevs Fate clear 73 53 Los clear 72 77 New cloudy 66 San rain 66 clear 74 48 42 54 68 50 59 47 TODAY 7 32 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW High 70 Low 32 Forecast Fair and the flag stops often make it nee ifln Identified essary for other trains to stop iMWUMiw By Dover Police as a safety The report showed that regular stops are made by other passenger trains at which is not unreasonably far from Newcom and that there is reg ular bus service through New He recommended thst thf flag stops be abandoned for the efficient operation of and the economical applicants railroad The whom Dover police picked up and jailed Wednes day night and who could not identify has been iden tified according to Acting Police Chief He is Ray a tient at Massillon State Hospi tal Hies said hospital authori ties will pick up Uudberg to day and return him to the bos i By WALTER HEARS AP Barry asserting that President Johnson is trying to reduce American politics to a popularity said today the Democrats are letting the Free World fall apart while prestige The Republican presidential candidate charged that John sons foreign policy has lost Turkey as a He said France is seeking new trade ties with the Soviet Union while Great Britains nev Labor gov ernment ponders nuclear deterrent And the Communist said is regrouping under tough new Turning his campaign west Goldwater said Johnson has proven to he a President isolated from foreign pi wall of political ambi tion and behind a wall of politi cal henchmen who care for nothing in the world but their own gains and Goldwater made his accusa tions at kick ing off a campaign day ttoa takes him to Las and Los In just the past few white Lyndon Johosoi has been trying to reduce Amer can politics to a popularity he Free World has been coming part at the seams and Ameri can prestige has been sinking slowly out of Goldwater headed west after a final bid for Pennsylvanias 29 electoral With three cam paign he has made state his one major target in the The GOP contender rolled by train from Harrisburg to Pitts hammering away at Johnson before crowds that ranged from about to He capped a day of rainsplat tered whistle stop speeches at a See Page ON THE INSIDE Dear Your Horoscope Around The World Churches Goren On Bridge Held In Theft Melvin of RD charged yesterday with grand larceny by Paul Burkey of RD Sugar entered no plea this morning in Northern District His Thad By Joe Woerdeman Daily Reporter Staff Writer Nikita Khrushchev will join in oblivion the other Soviet lead ers who tried their best to maintain the Communist fys tern of totalitarian realizing only too late that like leaders of Nazism and Fascism in the cannot en This was the opinion given to day by Michael pro fessor of Russian history at John Carroll University in in an who was in New Phila delphia for an appearance in Probate is the director of the Institute for Soviet and East European Studies at John Carroll and has become known requested a preliminary hear which was granted by Judge Charles Eckert and scheduled for 12 at 11 Charges were filed yesterday after Sheriff deputies discover ed 2 bucket seats installed in Milligans which Burky claims were stolen from her husbands auto last 12 while it was parked in a Milligan was picked up yes terday and released after post ing a cash as an expert in Soviet He has appeared before the State Department and on nu merous television and radio pro grams on international His latest press statements on the banishment of Khrushchec has been quoted I feel it was a great sur prise to himself and to all those dealing with international and Soviet Pap said when asked about the recent develop ment in the But looking back through Pap the late ers fall is not really too sur A dictatorship cannot sot Vive for long without a strong See Page II 2 Hospitalized Following Separate Phila Auto Mishaps Successful Night1 Praised By Luthy Dover Mayor LeMoyne Lu thy today Trick or lauded Treat last nights night as a Obituaries Television Sports Womens Pages Crane Alvarez 8 huge success in providing youngsters with an opportunity to gather He also stated that it helped in curb ing Halloween The mayor noted that police received only a few such as throwing com and soap ing and that it was significant that no calls were received after con GGU1UU Two persons were hospitalized with injuries sustained in sepa rate auto mishaps in New Phil adelphia yesterday and this Dennis of RD New is listed as fair in Union Hospital today after his automobile slammed into a tree on Tuscarawas NW at According to McCahill was traveling towards Dover when he lost control of the ve It went left of center and struck a tree just north of Wa bash The vehicle was de McCahill suffered multiple lacerations to Ms left arm and He was extricated from his automobile by who also washed gasoline from the Sam of 328 Race is listed as satis factory w Union KaipUaj witb fractured ribs he sustained in a 2car collision yesterday af ternoon at at Fair and 3rd Police said that Lynn Dud of RD New was driving south on 3rd and Dunfee was heading east on Fair Both drivers told police the green light wai in their According to a witnesss ment to Dudley had the green Both cars came to a stop on the after Dunfees glanced off and struck Set Page II DAY MIOHTINII With men it feat gssfr fret repeating rumors they but dont   

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