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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - April 11, 1964, Dover, Ohio Positions Drawn, Spellers Await Tuesday Program Betty Joan Dean, 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dean of 311 E. 3rd St., marked her seventh straight year yesterday in drawing positions for The Daily Reporter's 1964 bee. Don Biancamano, ll, a 6th Grader in Dover St. Joseph’s, will be the first speller among 40 contestants at The Daily Reporter’s 16th annual countywide bee at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Dover High auditorium. Don’s name wras drawn first yesterday afternoon by Betty Joan Dean, 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dean of 311 E. 3rd St. and a 6th Grader at East School. It was Betty’s seventh year to draw the names. The last speller will be Cheryl Jones, 13, of Port Washington. Brenda Festi, an 8th Grader at St. Joseph’s and winner of the Dover city bee, received position No. 16. Winner of the New Philadelphia city spelldown, Stanley Scott, 13, will spell in position No. ll. Margie Sligar, 14, who captured this year’s county system title, will be the seventh speller. Newcomerstown city champion Terry Oldt, 12, will spell in position No. 20, and Dennison city champ Sally Deems, ll, will be third speller. Dennison Immaculate Conception School champion Christine DiDonato, an 8th Grader, will spell in 35th position. Atty. Joseph Streb will be serving as pronouncer for the tenth time. Judges will be A. G. Riddle, county elementary supervisor, Mrs. Glen Steiner of 1028 Dover Ave., a teacher at Garaway High, and Harry Yockey, editor of The Daily Reporter. Contestants have been asked to report at 7:15 to receive spelling position tags. The winner and 4 others will qualify for the regional finals April 24 in Timken Vocational High Auditorium at Canton. Winner of Tuesday’s bee will receive a trophy and $20. Runnerup will receive $10 and $5 will go to the speller placing third. The Daily Reporter Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, April I I, 1964 VOL. 60. NO. 232.    40    PAGES. 7 CENTS LBJ CONFIDENT OF VOLUNTARY AGREEMENTRail Mediation Resumes Under 'Watchful Eye Bv NEIL GILBRIDE WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal mediators resumed today their efforts to settle the dispute over railroad work rules in White House talks under the watchful eye of President Johnson. With Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz presiding, representatives of both labor and management met with the mediators around a large confer-Ne'town Youth Is Charged In Saw Mill Larceny Leroy Reeves, 19, of 207 Smith St., Newcomerstown, has been charged with larceny by L. D. Rosenberry of 721 Race St., Dover, in connection with the theft of cast iron and steel parts from a saw mill. Beeves, arrested last night by Coshocton County deputies and turned over to local deputies, will appear in Southern District County Court. Rosenberry said the theft occurred Thursday. Loss was set at $200. once table. They gathered in a room across a hall from Johnson’s office, two doors awray from the Cabinet room in which they met Friday. The President, who has staked his personal prestige on achieving a voluntary agreement, was reportedly maintaining “absolute insistence’’ that the parties use a 15-day strike postponement to come to terms. While exchanging comments with newsmen from a White House balcony Friday, Johnson said “there is not a word of truth’’ in a broadcast report he had engineered the truce to get time for Congress to pass emergency antistrike legislation. Reliable sources reported administration officials are highly optimistic of a voluntary agreement. But, the sources said, this does not mean the administra- MacArthur Gets Final AccoladeVehicle Strikes Philo Mail Box New Philadelphia police received a report al 1:50 Friday afternoon that an auto driven by Agnes R, Seizer of RD I, Mineral City, struck a mail box on N. Broadway. Fred Dolies of Metz Apartments on 1st Dr. NE reported the theft of his daughter’s bicycle at 8:04 last night. By RAYMOND J. ( ROWLEY NORFOLK. Va. (AP)- With measured cannon fire and the sad notes of Taps, the nation sent its old soldier. Douglas MacArthur, to his earthly peace today. It was a moving ceremony-one of massed flags dipping in waves, of stirring band music, and of quiet prayers and the sadness of the 84-year-old general of the Army’s widow, Jean, and son, Arthur, 26. The Stars and Stripes were removed from MacArthur* steel casket before he was to be lowered into his tomb in a crypt in the MacArthur Memorial in this old Navy town where his mother was born. And thus, the five-star general and hero of three wars who died Sunday—fading away as he once eloquently predicted—was laid to rest. There were dignitaries and old comrades on hand, their heads bowed as the benediction was read at the crypt after church services at St. Paul Episcopal Church two blocks away. Representing President Johnson, who paid his respects to MacArthur in earlier ceremonies in Washington, was Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy, who less than five months ago saw his brother, President John F. Kennedy, buried with similar honors. Before the entombment, MacArthur^ body was carried to the church for Episcopal funeral services. As the horse-drawn caisson slowly rolled past, ranks of troops lowered the bright colorful flags of all the states and territories and of the 26 Army units MacArthur had been asso- Sce FINAL, Page 14 tion would let the 15 days slip by without preparing emergency legislation as a last resort if necessary. Johnson Friday dropped in four times on talks the mediators were holding with the unions and with management. He asked the mediators for a progress report Wednesday. White House press secretary George Reedy said Johnson hadParking Ticket Roundup Begins With 4 Payments New Philadelphia police yesterday served warrants on 5 of 13 persons who have failed to pay past-due parking tickets. Appearing at the Municipal Building and paying the fines, plus $6.20 court costs, were: Florence Marsh, 39, of 508 N. Broadway, and Donald Riten-our, no age given, of 466 2nd St. NE, each $16.20, and Roger McGregor, 25, of 1122 5th St. NW, and James B. Mueh-len, 28. of 216 Beaver Ave. NE, each $11.20. Helen Rothaeher, 33, of 521 Ridge Ave. w'as notified and will appear on Thursday morning at ll before Mayor Joseph Pritz. arranged to have the sessions held at the White House and at the Executive Office Building next door so he could keep closest personal touch with the situation. Until Johnson stepped in, a strike at 12:01 a m. Friday had seemed a certainty. At that hour nearly 200 railroads were to post revised work rules governing wages and See RAILROADS. Page 14WeathervaneYESTERDAY High 57    Low    28 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear. 76 41 Chicago, cloudy ... 52 40 Cleveland, clear ... 48 31    .02 Los Angeles, cloudy 73 54 Miami, cloudy ..... 82 72 New York, clear ... 63 45 Pittsburgh, clear .. 57 25 St. Louis, clear .... 70 52    .. San Fran., clear ... 63 49 Washington, clear . 67 40    .. TODAY 7 a.rn............... 28    1 RAINFALL Last 24 hours .... Trace TOMORROW Sunrise .......... 5:52 Sunset ............ 7:02 High 64    I,ow 50 Forecast: Scattered showers in morning, partial clear-ing. ON THE INSIDE Missing Youth Found Around The World ............ 33 Hospital News ............... 14 Obituaries .................... 27 Sports ................   28    to    33 Television .............. 17    to    20 Women’s Pages ............8    &    9 Danny Mennom, 16, of 714 4th St. SFL has returned home after being reported missing yesterday by his father, Daniel. The boy, according to New Philadelphia i>olice, was located at Barberton. DAY BRIGHTENER If your doctor says you’re sound as a dollar, he means you’ve about had it. ;

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