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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - August 15, 1964, Dover, Ohio The Daily Reporter Reapportionment Is Blockade Closing Of Congress Hits Filibuster Snag I Dc >ver-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday. August 15, 19t>4 7 CENTS VOL 61. O. 30.    40    PAGES. Bv JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen-ate leaders all but gave up hope today of winding up the congressional session next week as Democratic liberals whipped up Reigning royalty at yesterday's Junior olympics were: "King" Jeff Miller, 6, (left) of 1400 N. Wooster Ave., "Queen" Denise Buch, 5, of 113 W. 13th St., and their court, Grog Menapace, 6, Debbie Bair, IO, Esther Garner, 9, and Percival Garner, IO. * ¥ Area Searched For Kidnaper Sheriff deputies were notified this morning at 1:02 that an auto used in the abduction of a Canton woman had been run into a ditch on Route 8 a quarter of a mile south of the Stark County line When deputies arrived at the scene, 2 Canton policemen were there along with Pave Realer. 21, of Canton, who said she had Ix^n kidnapped by an unidentified man. The woman told deputies the man forced her to get into his car while she was washing clothes at a Canton laundromat. She stated that while traveling on Route 8 she caused the man to run the car into a ditch and from there he esca)**d through a com field. Sheriff deputies, state patrolmen and Magnolia polite searched the area until 3:17 this morning. Canton policemen are continuing the search today. 5th Street Playground Junior Olympic Winner Overall winner in the Dover Recreation Department s .Junior Olympics held Friday at Crater Stadium was W. 5th St. playground with 13 individual first place winners. Youngsters from 6 playgrounds. Park. Dover Avenue. East, W. 5th St., South and St Joseph’s, took part in the event First, second and third place winners in each of the events were: 25-yard dash. 5-7. boys—Mat Stevens, Dover Avenue. John Donato. St. Joseph’s; Harry Og-letree. W. 5th; girls—Louise By-rom. W. 5th; Jo Ann Spangler. Park: Connie Easlick. Dover Avenue. 36-yard dash. 8-10. boys—Percy Garner, W. 5th; Denny Ve-bel. St Joseph’s: Tom Zifer, Dover Ave.: girls—Barbara De-See WINNER. Page 29 v Weathervane YESTERDAY High 72    Low    pi Elsewhere In U.S. Rubbish Schedule Dover street crews will pick up rubbish on the following schedule next week: Monday— Ward 4, S. Wooster and Union to east limits; Tuesday — Ward 4. S. Wooster and Union to west limits; Wednesday — Ward 3. E. Front and south side of E 2nd St. to river; Thursday— Ward 3, north side of E. 2nd St., south side of E. 3rd St., Evergreen Dr., E. 4th St. ext., Indian Meadows and Parkview Dr.; Friday and Saturday— Dowuiua. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear . 83 61 .02 C hicago, clear......77 51 .. Cleveland, clear ... 67 48 .. Los Angeles, cloudy 77 66 .. Miami, cloudy ..... 90 78 .. New York, clear ... 77 54 .. Pittsburgh, clear ... 67 43 .. St. Louis, cloudy ... 75 57 .. San Fran., clear ... 59 55 Washington, clear .. 77 53 .. TODAY 7 a.rn............. . 45 RAINFALL Last 24 hours ... none TOMORROW Sunrise............ 5:36 Sunset............. 723 High 72 Forecast: mild. Partly Low 50 cloudy and Bolivar Gets Postal Okay Howard (Bud) Mercer, county Democratic chairman, said today he has been notified that the U.S. Post Office Department has recommended that the post office in Bolivar be retained as an independent unit at this time. Mercer said that U.S. Sen. Frank Lausche’s office informed him by letter that the Assistant Postmaster General for the bureau of operations. W. M. McMillan, had issued the following statement: “The Post Office Department finds it is in the best interest of the patrons and postal service to retain the post office at Bolivar as an independent unit." Some concern developed last month following a evaluation of the post office. It was believed at that time that a recommendation would be issued to make the Bolivar Post Office a branch of a larger unit, such as Dover or Strasburg. a filibuster against a compromise proposal to delay court-ordered legislative reapportionment in the states. Democratic leader Mike Mansfield of Montana said in advance of today’s debate that if talk continues through next week, Congress will have to return after the Democratic convention, opening Aug. 24 in Atlantic City. This may be necessary to get final action on the $3.3-billion foreign aid money bill, to which the reapportionment proposal has been offered as a rider. Senate Republican leader Ev erett M. Dirksen of Illinois. who got Mansfield to join him in offering the compromise amendment, said in a separate interview that if it takes until Labor Day to get action, he is ready to stay on the job. “I’m going to get a vote on this, no matter how long ii takes.” Dirksen said He added he has been informed that opponents of the proposal plan to keep talking until the convention break The I) i r k s e n-Mansfield amendment is designed to delay the effects of the recent Su-See CONGRESS, Page 12 Congo Rebels Intensify Push By ROBIN MANNOCK LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo (AP)—Communist - backed rebel forces are stepping up their bid to win control of the turbulent Congo as U.S. planes begin ferrying hard-pressed government troops to troubled spots. Renewed rebel assaults broke out Friday 700 miles apart in the vast and nnneral-rich nation amid new evidence the Chinese Communists are backing the insurgents. U.S. officials discussed the government’s plight Starcher Death Ruled Fatality Coroner Dr. Philip Dought en ruled today the death of .James E. Starcher. 43, of Canton last Saturday afternoon as a traffic fatality, the county’s 13th this year. Dr. Dought en stated that the primary cause of death was • fat emboli.” He explained that Starcher suffered a fractured leg in an auto c rash near Stone Creek and that fat particles had gotten into punctured blood vessels. According to the autopsy, the fat particles worked their way into the lungs and acted much in the same way as a blood clot, blocking off the exchange of oxygen in the lungs. Doughten added that contributing factors included chest injuries and a high level of alcohol in the blood. Starcher’s car went left of center and struck one driven by Kenneth C. Blair Sr., 51, of Burton, O. Blair and a passenger in Starcher’s car were injured. ON THE INSIDE with Premier Moise Tshombe while in Washington the U.S. role touched off a debate. Rebel forces advanced to within 12 miles of Rukavu. the capital of central Kivu Province. In the west, Peking-trained Pierre Mulele’s warriors came within 20 miles south of Kikwit in Kwilu Province. His forces total more than 2,000 men, reports said. The rebel thrusts came as four U.S. (130 planes took off on their first mission to aid the shaky government army. More than IOO Americans, including 40 paratroopers, arrived Friday. A military source said one of the four U.S. cargo planes flew to Bukavu. where six rebels were reported killed and several others captured. Chief Deputy's Car Is Stolen Sheriff deputies are continuing the search today for C’hief Deputy John Barlock’s unmarked county car which was taken sometime early this morning while ii was pi rked at the rear of the sheriff’s office. Deputies found the auto missing at 5:50. According to deputies. Sheriff Tony Young’s car was ransacked in trying to find keys to his car and, not being successful. the thieves then took Barlock’s vehicle. Due to the dense fog deputies were hindered in their early search for the car which is a 1063 black, 4-door Ford. DAY Around The World ............ fi    BRIGHTENER Goren On Bridge ............ 24    N Hospital News ................ 7    New    secretary to boss: “lf Obituaries   ................. 12    you w anted it attended to right Radii) Television ...... 15    to    is    away    why    didn’t    you    say    so    in- Sports ............ 30    to    33    * j ,    .. Womens Pages .......... «    &    a    steadof    marking    it    ‘urgent’?” ;

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