Dover Daily Reporter in Dover, Ohio
11 Mar 1950

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11 Mar 1950

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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - March 11, 1950, Dover, Ohio Weather Willy sadly eels turn if to Snow vol. 48. No. 180. The daily reporter Tuscarawas county a most Complete newspaper member of the associated press Dover Ohio saturday March la 1050 imm nor new phone number 4-2167 five cents paid circulation nos exceeds 8075world awaits Stalin speech today is Are injured in cops quell riot in Belgium disorders Flore on eve of vote on return of King Brussels Belgium a up a fifty demonstrators were injured at Antwerp last night in a violent prelude to tomorrows advisory referendum on the future of exiled King Leopold Iii. Hand to hand fighting Between Leopold its and Large numbers of his opponents broke out during a fireworks display staged by supporters of the move to bring the King Back to the throne he left after surrendering to tile German nazis. Five Hundred policemen were needed to quell the riot. It was the largest disorder reported be far to connection with the advisory referendum tomorrow in which some 5, 500.c"i of the soon of belgians Are eligible to cast ballots. The polls will be open Between 7 a. In. And noon. Leopold has said he would abdicate in favor of his 19-year-old son. Prince Baudouin if he receives less than 55 per cent of the votes. But of he does attain that majority it will not insure his return. The referendum is Only advisory to indicate the will of the voting population gorgeous Quot and the gals Pope declares have 2 reporters agog player crusade to prevent War by Winifred English without even using a toe hold i threw gorgeous George the famed wrestler for a loss last night. The Boss told me to get to memorial Hall Early and interview the Bloke. I did but cooled my heels outside his dressing room for two hours. A the won t see you until he gets his hair combed out a his manager Howard Cantonwine told me. Finally i was thrust into the presence of the great one and promptly addressed him As turn to Page 7 for pictures of interviews. Note Story below on gorgeous Gyssie Moran Quot gorgeous he gave to an icy stare and Dale Swinderman City recreation director gave me a punch in Tho ribs. I must have been thinking of gorgeous Gussie Moran the Tennis Star. A a a gorgeous George was wearing a chinese dressing gown of Gold and Black brocade. Noting his bleached a Blond pinup curls i Felt like something that continued on pages column 4 by jame8 Gatten i won a fight last night too. It was a Battle of mind Over matter. Sitting in a memorial Hall dressing room with two bathing suited wrestling beauties is wonderful a As Long As one just looks. These babies Are dynamite so a Quot hands off Quot policy is in order. But i done to agree with the cynical sportswriters who holler Quot fake Quot and Quot phony Quot especially after meeting Dot Dodson and Lilly bitter who starred at last nights wrestling show which packed the Hall. A Dot who is 21, 5 feet 7 inches and weighs 150, hails from Lakeland Fla. She admits one broken Kneecap a four a Inch scar on Tho other knee bruises the length of her underpinnings three broken ribs a broken Arm and loss of three Teeth. Dot is an out and out villain. Quot i was taught to fight dirty so i just keep on doing it that Way because its easier Quot she said. Lilly who is 18, 5 feet 4 inches and weighs 135, is very shapely. She has been in the ring Only one and a half years but has experienced numerous bruises continued on Page 2, column it Cairo shocked by gorgeous gussied Black Tennis panties Cairo Egypt a top a Gertrude Quot gorgeous Gussie Quot Moran a panties Drew front Page editorial blasts in Cairo a news parliament i papers today this time because still must decide whether to ask the 48-year-old Leopold to Quot resume the use of his constitutional Leopold must decide whether to accept any invitation that is forthcoming. Following Belgium s surrender to the germans May 28, 1940, the King refused to follow the country a exile government to Lon continued on Page 2, column a Clay workers ask for raise ask 15 cents an hour other terms negotiations for a new contract Between United Brick amp Clay workers Union and sewer pipe manufacturers began with a meeting held at the Buckeye hotel in Uhrichsville yesterday afternoon at which Union representatives presented an agreement listing nine demands. The negotiations involve 26 local unions and 16 sewer pipe manufacturers with plants located in Eastern Ohio Indiana and Pennsylvania. Top item on the proposal was a demand for a fifteen cent per hour general increase. Present wage of Clay workers is based at $1.16 per hour. Other terms were additional group insurance for the worker and family a minimum and maximum 8-hour Day time and a half for work performed on saturday and double time for work performed on any of six designated holidays and straight time if not worked employees with ten or More years service to receive three weeks vacation with pay employees with one year or More of service As of dec. I 1950, to receive a $50 Bonus at Christmas a two year contract with the right to open the wage Issue Only after the first year a suitable pension plan on an Industry wide basis to be worked out Between the parties. Present contract is due to expire april i. Another meeting Between Union representatives and manufacturers is scheduled to be held at the Buckeye hotel monday March 20. Of their color. Gussie wore Black shorts not regulation White when she and mrs. Pat Todd won ladies doubles in the egyptian International Tennis tournament yesterday. The audience included Egypt Beant Lenl Princess false who presented the cup to the winners. The egyptian newspaper be Progress called the Black shorts Quot shocking Quot and said Quot miss Moran has proved to have very doubtful taste we shall leave this Young player to the final judgment of the British owned egyptian Gazette used typical restraint in declaring that the California Tennis Star Quot caused a mild the Gazette said the rules Quot emphatically state that White should be the journal de Egypte Cocking an editorial Eyebrow merely said Quot gorgeous Gussie won the crowds attention with her Good games and her Black shorts a a a Gussie who crashed front pages last summer when she sported lace panties before staid Wimbledon crowd was a Little bewildered by it ail. Quot in a just a Nice girl who plays she said a Little plaintively. Quot everything i do teems to get into the in january she made headlines when she became engaged then broke off a lightning Romance with British businessman Anthony Davenport in Calcutta while playing in the Indian tournaments. A a a gus8ie said she wore her Black practice shorts because she had Only one clean White costume left and she wanted to save it for the women a singles finals today. Quot no one complained before or during the match Quot she pleaded Quot and now All this bursts some who saw the match agreed that the Black shorts were neither particularly Short nor revealing. It was the color which upset Cairo. Gussie and mrs. Todd took the doubles cup after beating Barbara Stoffield of the United states and mrs. Mary Weiss of Argentina. Today Gussie won the championship a wearing traditional White ones. Passion sunday on March 26, set for worldwide Effort Vatican City up a Pope Pius Xii declared in a worldwide encyclical today the armaments race leaves a the souls of All fearful and he called for a a crusade of prayer on passion sunday March 26, to invoke of god a opportune remedies to prevent the pop said Quot although War has ceased almost everywhere nevertheless the desired peace a solid and stable peace that could happily resolve the Many and always increasing motives of discord has not arrived. Many nations place obstacles in each others path and Trust fads. There is a race to re Arm leaving the souls of All fearful and the Pope said the sight of pilgrims flowing to Rome for holy year Quot has sweetly uplifted nevertheless he added Quot reasons of distress and anxiety Are not lacking which Sadden our paternal the pontiff said the Quot Root of All evil Quot was that a not infrequently truth is replaced by falsehood which is used As an instrument of lathes out at reds without mentioning. Them by name the Pope clearly lashed out against communist countries which he said were Quot not few Quot and where a the rights of god of continued on Page 2, column c Early Snow is turned to slush it began snowing about 4 10 a in. Today and by Daylight the entire county was covered with a Blanket of More than two inches of Snow. Rain shortly after 9 a. In. Began to change the Snow into slush and More Light rain or Snow was predicted for tonight and tomorrow. Weather observer e. A. Reiser said the snowfall measured 2.3 inches at 7 30 a. In. Today when the Mercury was 35 degrees is degree above freezing. Trucker skids into Hospital Motorist skids into school bus one person was injured in Coal truck Accident and 21 children escaped injury when a school bus was struck by a car yesterday afternoon state Highway patrolmen reported today. Stanley Ornowski 36, Monroe Mich was admitted to twin City Hospital at 3 15 p. In. For treatment of head injuries suffered when he failed to negotiate the curve at Browne a Bridges on route 250 near the Uhrichsville corporation limit and crashed into the guard rail and a Utility pole. Ornowski to Load of Coal was spilled Over the Highway when the truck upset and major damage was caused to the vehicle and guard rail. Uhrichsville police investigated the Accident. At 4 14 p. In. A school bus carrying 21 children from a school near Newcomerstown was struck in the near by a car driven by Ellsworth Heston of Kimbol ton on route 21, seven Miles South of Newcomerstown. Patrolmen said the bus driven by Francis Hursey of Newcomerstown was stopped to discharge passengers. Heston attempted to Stop behind the bus but could not and struck the Side of the bus. Both vehicles were slightly damaged. Soldier executed in ohioan s death Nagoya Japan a w a pfc. Robert e. Keller 21, of Covington ind., was hanged today for the murder of a fellow soldiers sgt. Paul t. Wilburn 20, of Columbus A during a robbery Keller was convicted of stabbing Wilburn to death. The latter was on duty at the Post Exchange of Tachikawa air base West of Tokyo when it was robbed by three soldiers dec. 3, 1949. President Truman upheld Keller s general court martial sentence. Board win mme the Board of directors of the Dover chapter of the american red Cross will meet monday night at 7 80 in memorial Hall. Fear Fuchs gave russians most atomic secrets British rub out part of confession sent to America Washington a up a or. Molotov tells russians a bomb does not exist peace possible says Stalin aide election tomorrow Moscow a up a Prim Klaus Fuchs confessed rus minister Joseph Stalin takes Sian spy May have stripped the Campaign platform to the United states scientific night to make what most of cupboard Bare of All but its latest atomic secrets. Further it is considered Likely among Thole familiar with the situation that he could have passed on to the soviets highly Quot educated guesses Quot to say the least servers expect will be the most important soviet Public announcement of the past four years. Stalin a speech will Climax a Campaign for National election to it the supreme soviet Parlia about the rate of u. S. A bomb Ament which take place Tomor Oliver Toomey gives plaque to Vivian sue industrialist Dies Glasgow Scotland a a a sir Frederick Stewart one of Scotland a leading industrialists died at his Home Here today. Two Ohio guard pilots killed Steubenville. O. A Ltd a a mid air plane collision brought fiery death to two Ohio National guard pilots last night. Killed As two f-51 ships crashed in flames while on a training flight were first it. William Drazic of Steubenville a student at Ohio state University and first it. Neil h. Diehl of Columbus. The two planes occupied Only by the pilots came Down about three Miles apart near Here. Both bodies were burned badly before they could be removed. State Highway patrolman John Kowalczyk said several witnesses reported seeing or hearing the collision in the Clear night air. The planes along with three others had taken off from Lockbourne air base at Columbus on a routine practice flight. What caused the crash had not been determined today. A the other three crafts returned safely. Joe Osz a Farmer said he was working in his garage when he heard the aircraft. Quot i saw the two planes coming one from the East and the other from the South Quot he said. Quot they looked like they were going to come together. Quot i turned my Back for a minute and then heard a crash and explosion. I saw one come Down sputtering and in flames and then saw the other catch the and Johnny with their parents a by b b b Bolivar girl is Given heroine recognition by Dover c. Of c. Production and the size of this country a Stock pile. Both Are closely guarded secrets. So is ail data connected with development of the potentially More deadly Hydrogen bomb. Fuchs was familiar with the theory of the a bomb too. Members of the Senate House atomic Energy committee who saw the Fuchs confession for the first time yesterday took a grave View of the matter. Senator Mcmahon d of conn., committee chairman declined to say what was in it or answer questions about it. The confession passed on by the British reached the joint committee through the Federal Bureau of investigation and the atomic Energy commission. Dec officials met with the committee behind closed doors to go Over the document. Information censored it was Learned later that some information including dates and names had been deleted from the closely guarded confession before it got to the committee. Fuchs a communist and leading British atomic scientist was convicted on March i of betraying British american atomic sect c to to Russia and sentenced to 14 years in prison. The Geiman born scientist had been arrested in London february 3, on evidence supplied by the Federal Bureau of investigation. He had worked on the u. S. Atomic bomb project from late 1943 until june 1946. Row. The prime minister himself is an unopposed candidate for re election in Moscow. Cam Sifi speeches by Ether top a ranking members of the soviet c in m a n 1st party powerful politburo have been highlighted by pronouncements of russians desire for peace. Deputy prime minister v. M. Molotov in a major speech in Moscow shall of columns last night reiterated previous russian statements that communism and capitalism can live together in a peaceful economic but Molotov blasted at a blackmailers from the imperialist Camp Quot for trying to scare the soviet people with a Hydro cont Raed on Page 2. C Olumn i Vivian sue o Brien was Elltion to the 393 students and the smiles when she left the Bolivar others gathered in the special High school auditorium yester Day afternoon. Clutched to her Assembly. The meeting was Short and. A a matched Vivian sues actions was a Beautiful plaque just pre Asl Jan 21 when Johnny Fol seated by the Dover chamber of into a sump Hole in Bolivar. The a Pelcl to llii$�0�c3 Aud a amp Tda i edited by Forman say it with Flowers by Henry Penn from Street Urchin to owner of one of the most successful Floral establishments in the country a that a the Story of Henry Penn. The famous slogan a say it with Flowers Quot was the direct outgrowth of an idea conceived by or. Penn who is part president of the society of american florists and current president of the Beacon Street Temple in Boston Massachusetts. When i was ten years old i worked after school hours in Boston As a newsboy. One evening a Man pushed a hand cart up to the curb. It was loaded with White Pond lilies. I Hao never seen anything so Beautiful the Man then asked us to sell the lilies on the Street at five cents a Bunch. We were to collect a cent and a halt for each Bunch we sold. Just holding them in my hands made me Tingle All Over. The Only Flowers i had Ever seen before were in Public gardens behind a a done to touch signs. At that moment i decided wanted to be a Florist. Two years later i had a cart and the newsboys were working for me sell ing Flowers i bought from florists at the end of the Day. As i worked hard to develop my own business i also began to continued sex Page it column 2 commence before a special Assembly of the school. The inscription read a presented to Vivian sue of Brien of Bolivar o., in tribute to her fortitude on Jan. 21, 1950, when at the age of 5, she rescued her playmate John Christman age 6, from drowning. We loin with All of Bolivar in paying this recognition. Dover chamber of playmates impressed students parents and teachers watched with warm silence As Oliver Toomey chairman of the chamber a Public relations committee made the presentation Vivian sue never took her eyes off the plaque except to remember e grinning a a thanks when she walked Back to take the seat Between her parents or. And mrs John of Brien. A a a congratulations were in order from others including Dover a mayor Harry Stucky and or. Fred h. Bay chamber president. Friendliness and gratitude still radiated from the face of mrs. John Christman and her son Johnny whose life Vivian sue saved. Johnny a dad is mayor John Christman of Bolivar. Wearing a blight Lavendar Blouse neatly tucked into a plaid jumped and a Large ribbon in her hair to match the Blouse. Vivian turned her head to smile Back to her Mother while or. Toomey was Reading the i scrip girl showed a rare presence of mind in throwing the boy a Cable bracing her feet against a pipe and pulling him to safety a a principal p. O Cochran introduced or. Toomey who in turn introduced or. Bay and mayor Stucky. The entire presentation ceremonies took Only to minutes. Speaking to the student body or. Toomey promised a we air going to answer Vivian sues question a Mamma we hats a heroine a a a and the chamber did Vivian sue was As a pleased As punch a when she left the school. Tripping lightly Down the Street in front of her parents she held the plaque tight in both arms. She did no to have much to say. She just smiled. Dies shovelling Snow ii walks hairy v. Slasor 84, Well known new Philadelphia electrician w to retired a year ago died of a heart attack at 10 30 this morning while shovelling Snow at his Home at 140 North St be in that City. He was found by his wife Minnie and taken to Union Hospital in a Gintz ambulance Coroner John Lake gave the death verdict. Or. Slasor was an electrician for 50 years and although retired he still retained an interest in the sensor Lieser electric co in new Philadelphia. He installed that City a first electric St teen lights. His survivors include his widow and two children Harold of new Philadelphia and miss Zella Slasor a nurse in Kansas City wife asks divorce charging that he spends most of his time away from Home and has indicated he does not care for her Eva Kennedy of 118 e. Lith St Dover filed suit for divorce today from Robert Kennedy of 234 e. Second St. They were married sept. 16, 1941, and have one child. Actor a Ney Richard Goforth represents mrs. Kennedy. Eats last meal then gets 60-Day reprieve from chair Midvale Soldier shot to death killed in Japan parents informed pfc. Dean Edie 18, of Midvale was accidentally killed yesterday by a gun shot wound in the Chest while serving with the u. S. Air Force in Japan according to word received last evening by his parents or. End mrs William b. Edie of Midvale no details were Given. Edie graduated from Mitt Vale Ligin school in 1949 and was. His class artist football player and basketball manager. He entered the air Force june 2, 1949 and trained in this country until Jan. 14 when he sailed from san Francisco for Japan. He graduated from the military police school at Camp Gordon a. Until his death he was stationed at Haneda air Force base Honshu Japan. He was born at Barnhill april 17, 1931. His parents announced that they will have his body returned to this country for burial. Funeral services will be held Here from the Linn Hert funeral Home. The youth was an Active member of his class and played football for three years was in four class plays managed the basketball team was the class artist and took part in Many other extra circular activities in addition to his parents he in survived by three Sisters. Shirley Jean Minda sue and Mary Virginia three Brothers Jerry Jay Michael Vincent and John Patrick All of the Home his maternal grandmother mrs. Susie Burgett of new Philadelphia and his paternal grandparents or. And mrs. James Edie of new Philadelphia. Columbus top a a convicted Slayer sat jubilant in his Ohio Penitentiary death Row cell today after a dramatic eleventh Ohio Soldier 15th Sandia fire victim Alburquerque n. M top a an ohioan last night became the 15th victim of a Flash fire at Sandia secret weapons base pvt. Harry c. Handley 23, of Hamilton died of internal lung damage caused by fire and smoke. His wife Mary c. Handley was at his Side. Col. Kenner f. Hertford said meanwhile that experts had eliminated an Oil Heater As the cause of guardhouse fir wednesday. He said the fires origin May never be known. Hour reprieve saved him from the electric chair last night. Gov. Frank j. Lausche granted Theodore r. Mcclure 23, a Cleveland negro a 60-Day stay of execution at 7 10 p. Rn., Only 50 minutes before Mcclure a scheduled electrocution. Mcclure ewes his lease in life to a group composed of a doctor a detective an author and a publisher who Call themselves Quot the court of last the Quot court is strictly unofficial unpaid and voluntary. It investigates suspected miscarriages of Justice. Its members Are or. Lemoyne Snyder former Medico Legal adviser to the Michigan state police and author of a murder detection text Raymond Schindler new York private detective Earl Stanley Gardner author of Many murder mystery novels. Continued in Page 2, column 2 health Council meets sunday a special meeting of the Tuscarawas county health Council will be held at 7 30 tomorrow night in . Hall at new Philadelphia. Anyone interested in Public health is invited to attend. Or. Elizabeth r. Aplin county health commissioner will address a meeting of St. Josephus a. In the school Bali at 2 88 tomorrow. Paper boy Dies of heart attack mount Vernon Duane r. Rinehart 15 Yea old newspaper boy was found dead in a mount Vernon Stredl yesterday. He apparently died if a heart attack while delivering his papers

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