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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - January 4, 1964, Dover, Ohio The Daily Reporter VOL. 60. NO. 148.    36    PAGES.Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, January 4, 1964 7 CENTS HISTORIC 3-DAY PILGRIMAGE UNDERWAYPontiff Urges True Universal Brotherhood By GEORGE W. CORNELL AP Religion Writer JERUSALEM (AP) — Pope Paul VI opened his historic pilgrimage in the Holy Land today with an expression of hope for all men to "attain to universal peace in true brotherhood.” The 66-year-old ruler af the Roman Catholic church told Moslem King Hussein of Jordan the three-day visit is "a spiritual one, a humble pilgrimage to the sacred places made holy by the birth, the life, the passion and ascension.** "At each of these venerable shrines,” the Pope said, “we ^hall pray for that peace which Jesus left to His disciples, that peace which the world cannot give, but which comes from the fulfillment of His commandment: To love one another as He loved us.” Shrines on the Pope’s itinerary today included Christ’s Way of the Cross through the Old City of Jerusalem, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and the Garden of Gethsemane. Sunday he visits holy places in Israel, across the no man’s land dividing Palestine. He goes to Bethlehem Monday before returning to Rome. The spiritual leader of the world's 550 million Roman Catholics was garbed in simple vestments of white as he alighted from an American-built airliner to the cheers of thousands waiting in Jordan’s capital of Amtman. See BROTHERHOOD, Pare 7 Goldwater Makes It Official: % He ll Seek GOP Standard By WALTER R. MEARS PHOENIX, Arte. (AP)— Conservative Sen. Barry Goldwater pf Arizona, seeking the Republican presidential nomination to offer the nation “a clear choice’* of philosophies, is determined to go all the way in his bid for the White House. Win or lose in the presidential primaries he enters, Goldwater vill stick with his race for the nomination until the Republican national convention chooses its candidate next July. Word of the senator’s determination came today from Denison Kitchel, newly named general director of the Goldwater campaign. Nevertheless, Coldwater an- Baltic Bank Not In Error A story published in The Daily Reporter on Dec. 28 concerning a suit filed by the Cleveland Trust Co. against Franz Stucki of Baltic erroneously said the Baltic State Bank made an error in payment of money from a Swiss insurance firm. The error actually involved a bank draft received by the Baltic bank from the Cleveland Trust. The draft was in the amount of $2,043-30, payable to the State IBank in favor of Stucki. However, the bank draft should have been for 2,043.30 Swiss francs, which, at the exchange rate of $23.05 per IOO francs, Would equal $479.98. The amended petition filed by Cleveland Trust on last Nov. 8 said "the defendant (Stucki) knowingly retained the $1,572.32 belonging to Cleveland Trust and since has refused to return said amount to the plaintiff.” The Baltic State Bank was not involved in the error. The Cleveland Trust suit, filed in Common Pleas Court, was settled and dismissed last week without record. nounced also for re-election to the Senate seat he has held for 12 years. “I find no Incompatibility in these two candidacies,” he said. The filing deadline for the Arizona senatorial primary is July IO, three days before the GOP convention opens in San Francisco. Republicans Select Rhodes As Ohio ’Son’ COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)—Gov. James A. Rhodes became Ohio’s “favorite son” candidate for the Republican nomination for president at the request of State GOP Chairman Ray C. Bliss. Bliss told reporters Friday: “Rhodes did not ask to be. a favorite son. I asked him. I believe him when he says he is not a candidate for national office.” The chairman said the idea of he governor’s favorite son role is to spare the state from a battle of the national convention delegates in the May 5 primary. Bliss’ comments came after a closed session of the State Republican Committee at which Rhodes was selected unanimously. Lt. Gov. John W. Brown was the committee’s second choice. His selection was not intended See RHODES, Pare 7 Goldwater, who had insisted he would not run for both the Senate and the White House, would not say whether he will withdraw from the Senate race if he wins the presidential nomination. “I will cross that bridge when I come to it,” he said. Four years ago, Goldwater called President Johnson a political trickster when the Texan ran for both the vice presidency and the Senate. Kitchel said both he and Goldwater are confident the senator can win the nomination. *T think we’ll probably have R wrapped up by early spring,” he said in an interview'. Goldwater and his wife plan to return to Washington today See GOP, P**e 7 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 47    Low 34 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear . 39 19    _ Chicago, clear ..... Cleveland, cloudy .. Los Angeles, clear . Miami, cloudy ..... New York, clear ... Pittsburgh, cloudy . St Louis, clear .... San Fran., cloudy . Washington, clear . TODAY 7 a.m........... SNOW Last 24 hours .. TOMORROW Sunrise ......  7:51 Sunset ...........■ 5:12 High 40    Low 25 Forecast: Fair and little temperature change. 42 33 44 34 73 M 70 67 49 44 50 37 51 27 60 49 63 39 .... 34 . None Driver, 16, In Hospital Arden Moore Jr., 16, of Somerdale, involved in an auto mishap Thursday afternoon on Route 212, was admitted yesterday to Union Hospital for observation. He complained of a pain in his abdomen and is listed as “satisfactory.” mm ' mmomm mnwiiiB— °N THE INSIDE    "Ti*1* " * mmmmmm-mmmmm    a uhrichsvillc, told sheriff dep- Around The World------ll    ^    night    that    a actuaries .....*********    Remington U-gauge pump tJiot- Obrtjmnea "    gun and leather case, valued at Television ".......H!!!-HS to I# 475, had been stolen from the Women’* Page* ............$-7    trunk of hi* auto* Death Toll Rising In Train Mishap BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (AP) —At least 40 persons were killed today when a ciowd-ed commuter train ran into a passenger train standing in the Jajinci Station nine miles south of Belgrade. More than 120 people were injured, and by noon 12 had died in hospitals. Workers were still recovering bodies from the wreckage and many of the in- Skidding Cars Strike Poles, Drivers Cited Dover police cited Ronald W. Pringle, 23, of RD 3, Dover, for speed excessive for road conditions yesterday after he lost control of his car on Crater Ave. and struck a utility pole IOO feet south of E. lith St. about 12:50 p.m. Ait 3:38 p.m. an auto driven by Jack D. DeVore, 18, of 315 S. Broadway, New Philadelphia, skidded and rammed the rear of a car driven by Harry Johnson, SI, of RD I, Dover, who had SM CARS, Psf* IS jured were in critical condition. Official sources said they did not know of any foreigners among the dead so far. Officials proclaimed a day of sorrow throughout the state of Serbia. All entertainments were canceled and flags were half staffed. The commuter train from Po-zarevac was more crowded than usual because of the New Year holidays. Most shops and factories in Yugoslavia have been closed for the past three days. Eight coaches were crushed in the impact. Workers from a nearby factory were the first on the scene and started rescue operations. Forty ambulances were called in and hospitals in the area appealed to the population for blood donations. Most of the dead and injured came from the commuter train, witnesses said. They said the train was moving at full speed, which usually is about 40 miles an hour. DAY BRIGHTENER East Sparta Mother OI 3 Dies In Crash EAST SPARTA — Mrs. Theodore H. (Jessie Eileen) Steiner, 33, of 2403 Howenstine Dr. SE, became Carroll County’s first traffic victim of 1964 when she was killed at 3:55 this morning in a 1-car accident, approximately 60 feet south of the Stark and Carroll County line. Hie Carroll County Sheriffs office said Mrs. Steiner was driving south on Route 32 at an apparently high rate of speed when her car went out of control on a curve. It went off the highway, hit an embankment and rolled end-over-end. She suffered a skull fracture when she was thrown from the car and was dead on arrival at Canton Mercy Hospital. Mrs. Margaret I. Pierce, 28, of 2385 Howenstine Dr., a passenger in the car, was admitted to the Canton hospital for observation. Mrs. Steiner, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Million, was an inspector at the See CRASH, Page 12 Sheet Metal Boated Away Dover police are investigating theft of 500 pounds of sheet metal valued at $1,000 sometime Thursday night from the Harchem Division of Wallace-Tieman Inc. plant yard on Harger St. Three sheets of %-inch monel metal used for storage-tank fabrication, 2 of them 5 x IO feet and one 5x5, were taken from the well-lighted yard where men were working, dragged over the river bank and carried off in a boat, according to plant Supt. James M. Anderson, who discovered the theft yesterday at 9:35 a.m. Last month a plant watchman surprised 2 would-be thieves attempting to drag off a sheet of the special metal. It was among those taken Thursday night. Many women are more interested in landing a man here on earth than having the government land one on the moon. Spare Tire It Stolen Richard Tristano of 232 E. 17th St., Dover, reported to police at 9 a.m. today that a spare tire had been stolen from his oar •onetime since Dec. 24. a ;

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