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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 24, 1964, Dover, Ohio Christmas Edition v mm THE DAILY REPORTER VOL 64 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew December Christmas Edition PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Pope Urges Arms Money Conversion By BENNET BOLTON VATICAN CITY AP Pope Paul VI appears determined to push a campaign to encourage nations to convert arms money Into a fund to ease poverty In the He brought up the idea a sec ond time in his annual Christ inas message Tuesday The Roman Catholic pontiff first made such an appeal early this month while in The teeming masses of Indias Impoverished moved him to Urge nations to spend some of their armament funds for the relief of hunger and In his Christmas Pope Paul said We would like to see a generousminded inves tigation of how at least in part and by stages military expenditure could be diverted to humanitarian He said advantages would come to both the contributing countries and those in Since his original the Pope apparently has decided the first step toward a world fund should be research into how the idea can be made Pope Paul devoted several sections of his Christmas mes sage to the We do not he to make our once See Page 2 Those Away From Home In For Treats Christmas is a time for fam ilies to be together to share the joys of the Those in the Childrens Re ceiving County Infirm hospital and county jail on Christmas will not be with their but it will still be a special occasion for them through the efforts of persons in Fourteen children at the re ceiving home on Tuscara was in Dover will have all the trappings for a grand The tree and dining room have been gaily and there are plenty of gifts waiting to be If they can take time out long enough to eat they will enjoy a dinner includ ing chicken vege table escalloped po cranberry sauce and a relish with strawberry pie and ice cream for Residents of the County In firmary have been entertainec with evening programs and caroling for the last 2 weeks and have received many gifts from Some of them will be able to be with relatives and families on but those who cannot will receive a specia baked ham with ice cream and cake provided by the Police Santa has been visiting and distributing treats to the chil dren at Union Hospital and car olers have been serenading patients throughout the yuletide The hospital will probably be a busy place during visiting hours on and there is a special meal on tap for with their choice of roast dressing and gravy or chopped sirloin steak and mashed cranber ry salad and Des ert will be pumpkin or mince pie or holiday ice County Jail inmates live not been forgotten either They nave been remembered by friends and by the Salvation Army during the holiday sea son and will also receive By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE AP Santa Claus makes his JennisonPair Treated After hila Mishap and Glenn Parker f 504 Johnson were treated in Union Hospital Wednesday night following a 2 accident on Union in And she brought forth her firstborn and wrapped him in swaddling and laid him in a manger because there was no room for them in the And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the keeping watch over their flock by v the angel Lord came upon and the glory of the Lord shone round about them and they were sore Andtheangel said unio Fear not fo tidings of great which shall be to all For unto you is born this day in the city of David a ivliich it Christ the Chapter Verses I bring you good Always By Joe Woerdeman Reporter Staff Writer Ever since the Child Savior was born in a borrowed stable on a passing visit to Bethlehem and shepherds like scrambling to carry the glad news to the Christmas has been chiefly the Feast of Christmas is and yet it is always It is as old as the angels song over the plains of It is as new as the church bells ringing out year to sum mon worshipers to celebrate the birth of the GodMan whose mission was to bring the peace of Heaven to men of good will on On this most heartwarming of Christian customs both old and new have a place in the worlds effort to extend the grace of the Christ Child by deepening mans love for his God and his The giving of presents which started with the Wise Men on their visit to the Child Savior himself is still as much a part of Christmas today as the neon the sparkling tinsel styrofoam elves and snowmen which turn homes into wonder land for little tots on Christmas Weathervane High 80 TOOAT Low 41 Forecast warmer and light Elsewhere HlgbUwPr cloudy 58 Si cloudy 48 Cteveliad cfcwdy eteir New cloudy 51 37 Whether the Christmas cus om or tradition be ancient or sacred or the chief quality that makes it ac ceptable is that if finds a place n the minds and hearts of chil There is for that so attracts the fancy of a child and makes him stand in silent wonder than the glow of a right star on the Babe lying n a with His mother and Joseph and the shepherds See ALWAYS 5 Coast Snow Eases SAN FRANCISCO AP Rain and snow storms that have deluged the Far West for almost a week showed signs of fading giving hope to thou sands of flood refugees and stranded travelers they might be home by Christmas But flood threats Along Californias north coast an estimated were forced from homes or marooned on Highway main north south near Eureka Fourteen Northern California ounties have been declared a disaster The storms have left at least 24 Oregon counted six in eluding a man who perished as a new highway bridge was swept away by the flooding John Day About evacuated their homes at Keiz a Salem and 100 pa were evacuated from Sal I Memorial San 77 42 T II n i For Increased ludge Salary County wil ecide Monday whether to grant Socrates Space an addi tional in salary when he assumes office as judge of the countys Southern District Court replied feast storm deaths over eight day About fled their tf 91 along Afojfe Crtek in closed Washington Btfliiriam and otter PPW wpiPf WATCH SANTA i iii naii i Space Journey Tonight Necessitates Extreme Caution For Safe Arrival himneytochimney ourney tonight he goodwill may find Vew The couple suffered contu A police report on the not available at on Space Wednesday submitted an informal request the pay ncrease in accordance with leg station passed during the spe cial session of the Ohio Assem bly on granting raises to most judges in Ohio who are entering on a new The new law gives commis loners discretipnary power in emitting or refusing an addi ion of to the pay o county district Base pay for these judges is To this base sum is add ed further pay at a 3 cents pei capita in this coun ty amounts to approximately Under the old Ohio com missioners were permitted to grant an additional and in this county did the county district up to have been paid approxi mately under the new com missioners can add mak ing the total pay approximately This what Space re The t district judges in the Charles Eckert of Northern District and Richard who will take over Central District in January are not permitted this new increase since they are not beginning new Space said Wednesday both judges have backed his in appeared be fore the commissioners with Spajge when the latter talksd matter over with The problem facing the com is that the increast mishap was press The crash was one of 4 inves igated John of 203 Lakeview New Phila was cited for failure o yield the rightofway follow ng a mishap at Wed nesday on 4th They said MacEachen pulled rom a service colliding with an auto operated by Wil liam of Bridge His Emma complained of a neck In an accident 10 minutes la er at 4th NW and Fair a car driven by Eva of 762 2nd New Phil collided with one op erated by John Toth of RD New itrawn was cited for disregard ing a red In a crash at Wed nesday on Tuscarawas a car driven by Blenn of 439 7th struck he rear of one operated by Frederick of 869 Orchard Fox was Loomis told officers he stopped when a dog ran in front of In an accident reported at the a car driven by Lowell of 561 2nd struck the rear of one operated by William of Bolivar at Wednesday on High at that space resembles a freeway at rush He might be wise to equip his sleigh with control jets or retro rockets so he and his reindeer can maneuver through the jam of fastmoving satellites and space junk orbited by The latest count shows there are 297 manmade objects rac ing through space at altitudes from 100 miles to several mil lion These are dead and alive burned out rocket and fragments of metal which have fallen off satellites or They are widely scattered and Santa should have little trouble weaving around But hed better have his radar on the alert for a cluster of 202 small fragments which are or biting close They are the fallout from a Transit navigation satellite rocket which disintegrated in If Santa doesnt want to be come a hed detour around the band of Project West Ford space These are 400 million hairthin copper called launched in 1962 in a communications ex periment They are about mites up and form a continuous northtosouth belt around the earth about five miles wide and 25 miles The orbiting objects are what remain of more than 600 pieces of hardware excluding the needles and Transit debris shot into space by the United States and Soviet Union since Sputnik 1 was launched Of the larger pieces still 259 belong to the United 38 to the Thirty of toe American satel lites still are beeping signals transmitting weather communications mili tary information and a wealth of data on secrets of the uni The Russians dont say how many of their satellites are op They do say that their Zond2 is beeping along toward Mars as is the Mariner The figures reflect the greater number of successful American space Since the space age the United States has orbited 236 earth six solar satellites and hit the moon three The Soviets have launched 76 successful earth five sun vehicles and lit the moon The United tates has sent six nto space the Soviets have Edward Fronks Count Blessings Italy Bam Calves ROME AP The Ministry of Health announced Wednesday a ban on the import of calves less than two weeks By Norm Singleton Dally Reporter Staff Writer Mothing special in the way of a family gathering is be ing planned by Ed and Mary Fronk for the Christmas The unmarrieds will join the folks and 3 children at In in the second Fronk other mem bers of the closelyknit brood will pause to commemorate this anniversary of Christs birth with their own Thats when Ed sits down to Christmas hell have 25 good reasons for mak ing petition to the as a thousand and one memories flood the he and Mary will silently and hap pily count the many blessings bestowed upon You dont have to thumb through scrapbooks or newspa jers files to find although theyre The 313 13th long a fa vorite rendezvous point for the many friends of their children is filled with Atop the living piano standing as mute testimonials to their proud are the graduation photographs of aU or almost all the Fronk Three have yet to bur die that Its gotten so that Ed and Mary have categorized the memories into Family 1 is represented by the septet of Bob Dale and a senior at Dover High this and 15 See 3 tover Woman Struck By Is Hospitalized Leo Dutch of 2300 Walnut is in Can tons TimkenMercy Hospital to suffering from injuries re ceived last night at when she was struck by an automo bile while crossing Front She was transferred from Un on where she was aken by a Meese Local doctors gave a diagnosis indicating head injuries and multiple fractures to both A further report on her condi tion from TimkenMercy was not available at press time late Wednesday Dover who contin uing their said Pastor crossed in front of 433 Front where she was struck by an automobile driven by John Wright of 617 5th Burglars Leaps Cost Broken Back PITTSBURGH AP Two outofstate one encased hi a cast because of a broken were held for court today on burglary Nick of was carried into magis trates court on a stretcher after being released from a hos Police said Coco and James of leaped from a thirdfloor window of a house hi the citys regent square section 13 to escape a police DAY BRI6HTENER Overheard She not only kept her schoolgirl doubled must come from the county gen eral which already faces a deficit and will be Sst
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