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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter November 9, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - November 9, 1964, Dover, Ohio Caraway, Tusky Valley Win Weekend Battles, Strasburg Bows—Page 13 Growing county-wide acceptance creates an even more interesting paperThe Daily Reporter HOME EDITION ♦rro VOL 61. NO. 102.    20    PAGES.Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Monday, November 9, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Families PHONE 4-2167    7 CENTS rn UUD WORK BY DOP AIDES WASHINGTON (AP)—President Johnson says he is very proud of the work done in his administration by many Republicans and he thinks the COP has a vital role to play in the American system. In an exclusive,    copyright interview today in U.S. News & World    Report, the    President was asked how he viewed the Republican party’s present role. He replied: “I certainly feel that the Republican party has an important and vital role to fill in our system and in the making of our national policies. “I am very proud of the contributions made to the adminis-JOHNSON CITY,    Tex. (AP)    (ration    by so many    outstanding —    President Johnson meets    g00d    Republicans    and good Defense Chief Talks Budget With Johnson Lf. Col. John A. Paul of Canton was speaker for yesterday's Veterans Day program. Seated on the platform are VFW and American Legion organization officials and State Senator-elect Danny Johnson, who will speak at New Philadelphia's ceremony Wednesday. The color guard is from Dover VFW Post 3463. ASSEMBLY ‘DOCKET EXPANDED COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)—Gov. James A. Rhodes expanded the call for the special session of the Legislature today to include IO more subjects without asking immediate action on possible reapportionment. The call went out in advance tion to contract with the state or of the 1:30 p.m. session facing i federal governments for youth today with Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara as he Americans, such as Secretaries McNamara and Dillon (Secre- Tribute was paid yesterday to the thousands of gallant pushes his campaign to keep*jarv 0j Defense Robert S. Mc next year’s federal budget un- Namara and secretary of the der HOO billion. .... . (Treasury Douglas Dillon), CIA Mi Namara was invit&d to bo nirAptnr Tnhn Mrrnnp Snppi^l Johnson’s guest at the 400-acre    for National’security Americans who fought and died I RI Ranch to discuss Pentaedn    lr    ^ Natlonal bocunty jn defense of their country dur-    rn ! . ,an Vw *    U U    .agon    Affairs McGeorge Rundy, and    . th annnal Vfw    varans    * - budgeting that    will be crucial to    djtjjh. T,pnilhii ' husi-    8 annual VhW    veterans    p the over-all federal spending'distinguished Republican nusi D    de he]d in downtown un j    , icut di sptuuiiiK ness-commumtv leaders such as .or phan destined for delivery to john McCloy and Robert Ander- Congress in January'.    Several    hundred persons took Flying west from Washington '    aa    th    ^me out view *be Para(ie with McNamara was Deputy ‘ was Proud dining e and ceremonjeSt staged in front Secretary' of    Defense    Cyrus    campaign to have the active    0f the Post Office. Vance.    support of four former members    Speaker was Army    Reserve McNamara,    coming    to the    0f ^e Cabinet under President    Lt. Col. John A. Paul    of Can- Dover Pauses For Tribute To Fallen Heroes Of War the ticklish issue of congressional redistricting and a dozen other matters. The governor has indicated he will wait for the legislature to include reapportionment on the special session agenda. or adult training schools. — Eliminate an estimated $250,000 annual windfall in discounts in wholesalers on cigarette tax collections: —Clarify laws dealing with the issuance of bonds based on Subjects stated in the e'xpand- liquor department revenues to I 1° Texas hill country without anv Eisenhower. ton, presently assistant division formal agenda for his talks with j anticipate that some 0f|sales manager of Ohio Power Johnson, was to arrive latel, * rr—r:\'r —  ----- ”‘iCo    thorp today. Ile will be an overnight thnfJ Republicans who sup- ^    audience    -that    in guest a. (he ranch where the ^j'l^a^a lUaSt «*>* of unea^ peace we I’resldent has been relaxing will resume .in at role in pause a moment and rec- r.nrp fhp vnv O nipctinn    leading the Republican party on 1 paa:L a ^ dna r c since me    i\ov.    .5    eiecnon.    ognize this special occasion by McNamara    will    be    joined here a constructive course to main-    _ honor t0 th0Se    Wh0 gaVe Tuesday by Secretary of State lain the bipartisanship in goy-    wartmie Dean    Rusk.    The    President    and    eminent which us so essential to    „This joyajty day must    be the    two    key    Cabinet    members    A™flc.aI^Tp^Vtemnald me    ubsen'ed    ’to    reaffirm    the Will jointly canvass some of the    nation-he stat- ■    -, ... .    ...     Anin    ed. One of every 8 Americans he said. I believe the mandate    .    /    .    , ,    ii    iare veterans of wartime and is for responsible, constructive ..    ..    . and progressive programs to    ,he    cross-section    of j    meet the problems of America’s    „There    are    the VFW    (he ‘lg, n    .    American Legion and Disabled As for his wide    margin    of    veterans and many    more or- victory. he said, “I    believe    it    ganjzations that have    this pat- wili strengthen the country s j-iotic power so hand. . . . America’s role and See DEFENSE, Page 9 Crash Victim Services Set ed call request actions to: —Advance the payment dates on the gross premium tax on foreign insurance companies to give the state a one-time windfall of about $15 million. —Increase the salaries of all legislative members and township clerks, offices omitted from the previous call. —Empower boards of educa- replace statutes knocked out by the Ohio Supreme Court. —Enable the Board of Regents to accept land, construct buildings and lease them to universities and colleges, a measure designed to aid Youngstown College. —Authorize the Division of Mines to issue and enforce reg-See ASSEMBLY, Page 9 Dec. 8 Meeting Scheduled On Subdivision Regulations Services will be held at I p m. influence for peace and freedom Tuesday in Kaserman - Naylor jn times to come will be Funeral Home for Thelma Jean strengthened by the unity and Carte, 3. daughter of Mr. and agreement demonstrated by our Mrs. Harold L. C arte of RD I, ejections.’* New Philadelphia, who was kill-,    _ necessary in keeping America’s peace. • Winning a trophy in yesterday's Veterans Day parade was this Junior Girls' Unit sponsored by the Ayers VFW Post Auxiliary. The theme was "Strengthen Americanism by Weakening Communism." ed Wednesday in an auto accident on Route 39, near Roswell. Rev. Mervin Taylor will officiate with burial in East Avenue Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. the girl, who died in Canton Aultman Hospital, was the coun- East Sparta Father Of 5 Hangs Self Four Elected To Fair Board Annual voting Saturday saw 3 directors of the Tuscarawas SATURDAY High 60    Low    37 YESTERDAY High 56    Low    35 The Weather Elsewhere EAST SPARTA nut Ave. SE, was found hanging from a rope in the basement of his home Sunday morn-j ing at 7:30. Stark County Coroner Dr. Cf. S. Shaheen ruled suicide in the death of Bibey, whose body was I found by a son. “America was built on this patriotic power and it must go on in order for the younger generation to live in a peaceful world." Master of ceremonies was G. Marshall Sutherin of Salem, past district commander, who introduced guests and awarded the 9 trophies to marching unit County Agricultural Society rewinners.    I    named    and    a    new    board mem- They were: Men’s c o I o r per chosen. guard of Canton Post 44, Girls j Re.electecj    were Clarence, Village po-    Z°Jx747arL°- min"0",ara nf «!<“•*? of Washington Town-1 ^Angeles^ cloudy 70 New York,    clear ...    61 St. Louis, clear    —    70 the new    member,    replacing    A.    ‘San *ran»    rain    ••••    65 A. Abbuhl    of    Mill.    Officers    will be chosen at the December ^Weathervane Activities Set By Phila Units State Senator-elect Danny D. j Johnson of New Philadelphia I will be featured speaker Wed Albuquerque, clear Chicago, cloudy 68 61 Auuiudii nuajjiuu, vvmc vwuu-    i    *’• ai x — village jhj- pn<,* 7747- hnvV rotor fniard of    ^ ty’s 24th traff,c |atal‘ty th , s lice reported today that Wil-|canton Post 44; women’s color    Auburn**    WU recorded'durirljf I*.    ^    I!?™'    I    See    D0VER'    ^    2    “.Metzger    of    Goshen    is I Coon Hunters Tailed, Tagged DAY BRIGHTENER Jan A. Finlayson, 18, of East Sparta was fined $19.70 Francis M. Ruch, 20, of RD I, Mineral City, $24.70, in Northern District Court today for hunting raccoons out-of-season. The charges were filed by Don Mycko of Strasburg, district enforcement agent, who said the pair was pursuing rae More people enjoy baseball than football because it doesn’t Bibev. father of 5 children, squire a college education to and hod resided here IS years. Po-    ^K s- lice said they had no reason for the death. Rom in Carnegie, Pa., he also is survived by his mother, Mrs. Haddie Ribev of here, and his father, William A., of Hei-delburg, Pa. An emplove of Republic Steel The board, during its meeting following the election, discussed the possibility of charging admission on Monday night preceding opening of the annual fair to minimize congestion for those putting up displays. 66 44 51 56 69 44 50 59 39 34 Washington, clear . TODAY 7 a.m.  ....... RAINFALL Last 48 hours ... none TOMORROW Sunrise............7:07 Sunset ............ 5:12 High 66    Low 46 Forecast: Fair and mild. High Low Pr. nesday at New Philadelphia’s .. | Veterans’ Day program. • • I The observance will be held • • 1 at the Courthouse Plaza follow- • • ing a short parade, which will •• move from the American Le- • • gion Home on N. Broadway at •58 10:45 a.m. The New Philadelphia High band and massed colors from the various organizations will participate with Aaron Funk Sr. in charge. The program will include the placing of wTeaths at the veterans’ monument by Albert Rapport of the American Le- See PHILA, Page 2 'Difference' Is Solved! The question of the proposed county subdivision regulations, which has been dormant from late January until after the November elections, has reared its hand again. In a meeting with Regional Planning Commission members today, County Commissioners decided to hold a hearing at I p.m. Dec. 8. They were undecided as to the specific matter to be discussed at that hearing. However, they told RPC Chairman Burton Peck and Fred Zimmer, a member, that Prosecutor Harlan Spies had advised them the meeting would only concern the proposed regulations pertaining to streets, roads, alleys and bridges. Both Peck and Zimmer said they thought the basic point of j discussion at the meeting should j be whether commissioners will adopt the proposed planning regulations as they have now been amended. After a series of public hearings in the first part of the year, commissioners remanded the proposed regulatios to the RPC for revision in line with suggestions made at the hearings. These revisions have been made Claims Denied In Closing Ot Township Road County Commissioners today turned down all claims for dam- and the RPC members have asked that they be submitted for other public hearings. Though the RPC treasury has been drained to an approximate $95 balance, Peck and Zimmer said today they would attempt to contact Carroll V. Hill and Assocs., a Columbus planning consultant firm, to determine how the hearings should be conducted. Peck said he thought that a public hearing by the planning commission itself should be first held before the Commissioner’s hearing, or at least in conjunction with it. Commissioners said Spies told them their hearing should be held prior to and separate from a RPC hearing. The commissioners, however, decided to go ahead with the Dec. 8 meeting, saying they would publicly advertise It for 30 days. The Regional Planning regulations are designed to control according to Ohio state law, the development of subdivisions and allotments in the county and outside municipalities. They set up minimum requirements for the layout of properties which are to be divided, streets, water and sewage, drainage, sanitation, etc. With the help of the Hill firm, the RPC has prepared a complete set of regulations which the commissioners must approve and adopt. Trucker Injured After Car Forces Rig Into Tappan Henry Miguel, 49, of Weirton, coon Saturday night along ( nun- jn canton, he was a member of ty Road 82, near Mineral ( ity. First Christian Church, the Mucko said he followed them Sportsman’s Club and served as through the woods for nearly I a goy scout Councilman. He hours before making the ar- was a veteran of World War IL rests. Mycko, out of court today, j 0(hpr survivors include his noted raccoon hunting season wjdow p;rma K an(j a daugh- doe not begin until 12:01 a.m next Monday. ter. Becky, and 4 sons. Dwain. I - ON T H E Keith and Kenneth, all of the m *    I home, and Alvoh with the Ma- rine.s at Camp LeJeune, S.C. A INSIDE brother, Kenneth, resides at I Carnegie, Pa. ........... 17,    Services    will be held Wednes- ........... 19    : day at 2 p.m. in the Gordon Fu*  9 neral Home here with Rev. A. pear Abby............... Your Horoscope ......... Around The World ...... Goren On Bridge............17IE. Winzenreid officiating. Buri Obituaries Television 2 a1 will be in the East Sparta 12 Cemetery with special military Lj’  ’     13-14-15    graveside    services.    Friends    may Pape **.........6    & 71 call at the funeral home Tues- llr CraL ...V............ I?1    day from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Bv FREI) S. HOFFMAN WASHINGTON (AP) - This may jolt her teacher, but 7th grader Debbie Greenberg is right about the official Army song. Debbie and her teacher had a difference of opinion on this question recently. She contender! the Army’s tune is the “Caisson Song.” Ile insisted it is “The Ballad of Rodger Young." Debbie knew it is hard to win an argument with a teacher unless you have some evidence on your side. So she went to the source, writing a letter from her home at Westbury, N.Y., to “United States Army, c-o the Pentagon Building, Washington, D.C." “I know you are very busy and cannot be bothered with heavy nonsense, but I have an important favor to ask you," she started out. Then Debbie told about her discussion with her teacher: “I had to name four service songs. I named the Navy’s (no offense), the Air Force’s, the Marines’, then I named the Caisson Song for the Army. “He so sweetly said no. After this response my heart sank to the bottom of my stomach. I argued in a polite way that I was right. He thinks the Army song is ‘Rodger Young.’ ” Almost plaintively, Debbie said she had consulted every library and reference source — of serviceman on the street." “I hate to bother you men in Washington," she apologized, “but this means a lot to me. I m tmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm am not trying to show my teacher up, all I am interested in is the Army song. “If you are too busy to write back, maybe you could have one of the soldiers in a remote section of the world answer me." After signing the letter, Debbie added as a P.S.": “You’re very sweet. Thanks a million." Maybe it was the P.S. that did it. Anyway, the matter came to the attention of a general who wrote back a “Dear Debbie" letter confirming that “our song is ‘The Army Goes Rolling Along’ and it is based on the old Caisson Song." “My answer will please you but it probably will not do the same for your teacher," the general said wryly. ages and compensation filed af- W. Va., is listed “fairly good’* ter the closing of a section of in Twin City Hospital following Franklin Township Road 424 an accident at Tappan Lake at ,    ...    * a a a 2:15 a.m. today, and a bridge near Interstate 77, Miguel, driving a tractor- south of Strasburg.    trailer    outfit,    went    into    the The claims, which amounted lake after an approaching auto to more than $43,000, were en- went left of center, forcing him tered individually by: J. A. to go off the road and into the Jones Construction Co., owner lake. of the property abutting the Miguel was admitted with inroad and bridge; East Ohio Gas juries to his elbow, abrasions Co., which has lines and pipes to his face and chin and a knee servicing the Sugarcreek Town- injury. Investigation is continu-ship area passing through the ing. property and W. Paul Ramble--- ton, agent for interest    holders    . on a Smith gas well located    on    Yule    Postal Stamps the property.    Go On Sale Tuesday The road section and the bridge were vacated because of j Dover Postmaster Clifford J. the cost maintaining them. A Haglock announced today that problem was created when, in specially - designed 5-cent post-the plans for the new IS 77, a age stamps for the Christmas section of road was dead-ended season will go on sale at the and made useless for public Post Office Tuesday, travel.    This    year’s    stamps    feature    4 The claims were all based up- different designs, holly, mistle-on the fact that entrance into toe, poinsettias and pine sprigs the Jones property was made in each sheet of IOO stamps. Th® impossible by the closing of the Dover Post Office has an initial road and bridge.    •    supply of 100,000, Haglock said. ;

  • Albert Rapport
  • Burton Peck
  • Carroll V. Hill
  • Cf. S. Shaheen
  • Clifford J.
  • Danny D. J Johnson
  • Debbie Greenberg
  • Don Mycko
  • Douglas Dillon
  • Fred Zimmer
  • Haddie Ribev
  • Harlan Spies
  • Harold L. C
  • James A. Rhodes
  • Jan A. Finlayson
  • John A. Paul
  • Mervin Taylor
  • Robert Ander
  • Robert S. Mc
  • Robert S. Mcnamara
  • Rodger Young
  • Thelma Jean
  • W. Paul Ramble
  • William A.

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: November 9, 1964

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