Dover Daily Reporter in Dover, Ohio
19 Mar 1954

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19 Mar 1954

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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - March 19, 1954, Dover, Ohio The r. C. A Nee left Ohio stats a Chi a Colosi Cal Piaf soc Nan reporter five cents Tuscarawas county s most Complete newspaper keep up with Blondie on the comic Page vol 50. No. 187. Member of the associated press Dover Ohio Friday March 19, 1954 read the Best comics in the reporter amp a i f in f i \ Hatchet Slayer of brother indicted Mccarthy Iii but plans to give speech Mcclelland no chief of police made today alter his name was certified by Russell h. Schear Secretary of the civil service commission. Secretary Schear certified the names of Mcclelland for chief and Iphil. Gic and military situation of the world. It was Macarthur first participation in a High strategy talk since he was fired by sex president Harry s. Truman in banker returns with Promise to repay All two Oli friends president Eisenhower and paneral of the army Douglas Macarthur get together in the White House for a discussion of the general Strate artillery Duel for Indochina fort continues by Larry Allen Hanoi. Indochina by the Viet mph and the French kept up their violent artillery Duel at Dien Bien Phu today but there still was no resumption of massed rebel infantry charges trying to overwhelm the French unions Northwest Indochina fortress. Under a full Moon and a Star studded sky and on into the morning the shelling and heavy French air strikes on the rebel positions kept up around the clock. Some ground contacts yesterday were reported but they were Only clashes Between advanced French forces and Small rebel units on the South and Southwest fringes of the French held Plain. Some of these came within 250 Yards of French command posts. Brace for new Effort the defenders still anticipated Arij Ament suit brought against another major vie Minh Effort on the Northern Entrance to the heart of the fortress. The vie Minh hold Hill positions in the Northern perimeter they captured from the French Early this week in the Battle which began last saturday. Some French sources speculated yesterday that the continuing artillery barrage might be covering april 1951, As far Eastern commander. The president presumably asked Macarthur his views on the controversial Quot new look Quot in u. S. Strategy. Clio Ala. Obj Royal i whose return Home last caused almost As much commo-1 j Tion As his departure promised \ i today depositors in the merchants j Exchange would get Back a every the 40-year-old banker said the-1 i Money would be repaid to anxious j i townspeople Quot about the first of i 1 next week. He called reports that he had disappeared with Between $80,000 and $100,000 Quot a Damn Quot i told people we were going to close Down Quot he said. Mee. Or. Raulf Hanson who examined Mccarthy at his hotel said Quot the senator has a virus laryngitis with a sore Throat and a High temperature. I strongly advised against his working Friday night but he insists he is going to. Says rest needed Quot his condition was brought on by overwork excessive fatigue and Reynolds j funds of the Exchange in the first exposure. What he needs is a Day night National Bank there. Capt. Harold Wayne Mcclelland. 33, of 418 Kelly St. ., member of the new Philadelphia police de Milwaukee of sen. Mccar i apartment since March of 1948. To the a wis was confined to bed Day was elevated to the position of with virus laryngitis and a tem j chief of police effective april i of Pesature of 103 today but said he j ter receiving the High Grade in i that of patrolman Louis j. Clark still planned to make tonight what i competitive civil service exams a of 1045 Union ave., who has been he has billed As his reply to a j tons held last night. With the Force two years for that speech by Adlai e. Stevenson the Mcclelland a appointment to the of Captain after five members of 1952 democratic presidential Nom position which will be vacated by j the department took examinations chief Emory Gintz who will retire after 30 years of service was he said the suit was filed by an aunt by marriage mrs. Veda Mae Reynolds who reportedly had $75,000 deposited with him. The funds in the Atlanta Bank totalled $81,800, but depositors Here have already signed claims for $167,000 which they said they gave Reynolds. The first word of his return brought almost every Able bodies resident to the office of May Dan Easterling just across the main Street from the merchants sex 1 change where Reynolds was pres Reynolds a sunday school teach j ent. Or and former mayor of Clio. Met a with reporters in his new Brick j Home. Angry there were i from a throng estimated at 300. The mayor said but no threat of he referred most question to i violence. His attorney. Jack Wallace of Clayton Ala., but answered others readily once with the comment Quot in a talking too Reynolds said he went to Atlanta with his wife. Sue to look into a spice in the news Zanesville Ohio by Mary Louise Mckemey 23, hurled a pop vie Minh withdrawal that Viet bottle through the plate Glass win Minh Gen. Pc Nguyen Gap might of of a Zanesville cafe yester j since 1949 have had enough after losing an a estimated 12,000 dead or wounded alter her arrest a Matron asked a one fourth of the Force he is Wojy be did a. Or two of rest but i done to know if i can hold him Stevenson the 1952 democratic j presidential nominee charged in a March 6 speech in Miami that Quot political plungers Quot had persuaded president Eisenhower that Quot mccarthyism is the Best Republican formula for political Mccarthy demanded free and equal time to reply from the Columbia broadcasting system and the National broadcasting co. Networks which had carried Stevenson a speech. Instead the networks gave time i to the Republican National com mutterings j which chose vice presi Dent Nixon to Rolv to Stevenson. He spoke last saturday night. Mccarthy continued unsuccessfully to demand network time. De Anderson at j Claring Stevenson had made a Quot via Cious Quot personal attack on him. As a result Mccarthy has billed an address Here tonight to the Milwaukee county Young Republican club As his reply. The Chicago Tribune station win announced it would broadcast the speech and offered to let Otler stations carry it if they wished. Hope for More stations Mccarthy said he understood enough Independent stations would do so to give him Quot fairly Complete the see he is scheduled for 9 30 p.m., est. Stevenson said in his Miami the auxiliary with a 1953 Mem i speech that the chief objectives of Ike Tex program facing tougher fight in Senate. By Joe Hall Washington us a president Eisenhower chalked up a big vie j Day provisional appointment Reynolds turned himself in to Deputy sheriff w. D continued on Page 4, column 4 Hospital Board lauds auxiliary the Board of trustees of Union Hospital at its monthly meeting last night heard mrs. A. C. Sen Hauser president of the ladies auxiliary of the Hospital report contributions totalling $33,349.96 believed to have in the area. But a French army spokesman said last night the vie Minh still were Rushing supplies by coolie train and truck up to the area indicating another mass assault was in the offing the rebels broke off the desperate charges wednesday night. As the artillery Duel raged continued on Page 4, column i Quot All of my friends have been in jail and i wanted to see what it was like a she replied. Municipal judge Robert j. Merry obliged $35 and costs. She chose to serve it out at the rate of $3 a Day. Pope at window blesses crowd Vatican City Jav Pope Pius Xii appeared in Public today for the first time since he became gravely ill two months ago. From the window of his Vatican apartment he blessed More than 50.000 persons cheering him from St. Peters Square. The pontiff was too far away for his face to be clearly seen. But his motions indicated he was As excited and pleased As were the people in the Square. He stood erect and raised his arms again and again in greeting even in quicker Tempo than he usually did in the past. Then he brought his hands together in prayer and the throng taking its Cue. Knelt. Then As if to ask them to Rise the Pope pumped his arms up hands extended in lifting motion quickly As though telling those below too far to hear his words Quot see. How Well i be ship of 2.062. Was lauded by v. R. Marsh hrs arc president for its work in behalf of the Hospital. Harold Alden Hospital administrator also spoke briefly concerning the auxiliary. Quot rarely is there a group which can do More for More members of the Community a ban such an organization As the Hospital auxiliary a a he said. Quot members give of their time and Energy to support thai Hospital and that in turn helps All persons entering the auxiliary will hold its annual Silver City n. M. A police chief Bartley Mcdonald commented wearily on the habits of school kids. He said youngsters Quot bring to he of . Rattlesnakes j drive in May. And dead frogs. _ then the chief told of the latest. Found on the desk in the High schools study Hall was one stick of dynamite. There was no Cap or fuse. Sain to return to Yankee team Sedalia. To. Dale mag Gard has missed Only one word in All his spelling tests at Mark Twain school this year. That word was his father. Charles Maggard Sells insurance. Detroit Walter Woodward. 32. Seized with a sudden cramp when he brought his wife Catherine to the Hospital for the birth of their baby had his Appen j handed Pitcher made up his mind Dix removed. All three Are doing j yesterday to go Back to the yank Fine. Yes. Walnut Ridge. Ark. A Johnny Sain new York Yankee Pitcher who announced his retirement last year. Will return to baseball he left Here yesterday for the Yankee training Camp at . Fla. Last november Sam acquired an automobile Agency Here and said he was through with baseball. The Yankees started bidding in january to get him Back mrs. Sain said today the right Mccarthy and his supporters included Quot not Only the intimidation and silencing of All Independent institutions and opinion in our society but the capture of one of our great instruments of political action the Republican Quot the end result in Short is a malign and fatal totalitarianism Quot he said. Mccarthy. Who made a speech in the 1952 Campaign charging that Stevenson had Given Quot Aid to communist causes a came Here for his reply after two speeches in Chicago where he lashed out at critics of his red Hunting methods. His schedule Calls for him to go on to Oklahoma City for another speech tomorrow night before he returns to Washington to take part in the probe by the Senate investigations subcommittee of the bitter dispute Between himself and top army officials. Tory in House passage yesterday of a major tax revision Bill without a personal income tax Cut he opposed but an even tougher fight was shaping up in the Senate today. With party lines holding unusually firm the House beat Down 210-204 a democratic move to slash income taxes $2,400,000,000 a year by raising the personal exemption for each taxpayer and dependent from $600 to $700. The president went to the country by television and radio monday night to urge defeat of this proposal. He said it was politically inspired and would be a serious blow to the government s finances even endangering National de tense. To be Campaign Issue the whole tax Issue is certain to be aired at length in the com 1 ing Campaign for control of con a Gross. There were sharply varying appraisals of yesterdays House action. Rep. Kirwan of Ohio chairman of the democratic congressional Campaign committee said that As a result he has raised from 45 to 60 his estimate of anticipated democratic gains in the House in november. His Republican counterpart rep. Richard m Simpson of Pennsylvania replied that the tax action will bring votes to the gop. He predicted re pub continued on Page 4, column 4 for the two positions last night. Capt Robert Clark and capt. Mcclelland took the exam for chief while patrolman John Limbaugh and Lewis Mcbride took the Exa-1 Mina Tion for the captaincy Vaj Caney. Only the names of Mcclelland and Louis Clark were certified by Secretary Schear and the appointments will be confirmed by safety director Oscar Smith. The position of chief pays $315 a month while that of Captain pays $300. The new policeman on the department is Richard Dean Swal do 23. Who tuesday began a 90 a patrolman. Chief Gintz served Over 30 years with the department and All of that time with exception of a few weeks As chief. Chief Mcclelland is the son of mrs. Edna Mcclelland of 1131 third St. And is married to the former Marjorie trimmer. I they have three children. Terry. 15, Mark la. And Rebecca 5. He was formerly employed at the Haman tin shop and Hercules motors and served two years in the the two header 3-month-old son of or. And mrs. Cecil Hartley of Petersburg. Ind., has been placed in an oxygen tent and reportedly is in critical condition with a respiratory infection and a circulatory and heart condition. International a bomb injuries will be probed on 1st degree Albert Carpenter 65. Of Midvale was indicted for first degree murder for the Hatchet slaying of his brother James r. It Mincy Carpenter. 47, of 709 Grant St., Dennison by the recalled january grand jury we Hen it made its report today. Carpenter has been in the county jail since he was arrested in new Philadelphia feb. 8 after the badly battered body of his brother was found in a Shack on the Eastport Road just outside of Midvale. He had been bound Over to the grand jury on a second degree murder charge after he allegedly confessed to battering his brother a head with a Hatchet As the Climax of an argument Over drinking. Others indicted were Ray Smith of re i Uhrichsville for incest Edward Don Campbell for taking an automobile without the owners consent and Howard d. Smalley formerly of Sandyville for writing i checks without funds. Smith was bound Over to the grand jury on the complaint of a married daughter. Campbell was returned from Colorado after allegedly taking a ear at Newcomerstown. No indictment was returned against Bernard pros of Zanesville who had been charged with being his accomplice. Smalley was returned Here from Georgia on the Check writing charge. By Russell Brines Washington i rep. W Navy taking part in the Okinawa Campaign when he served aboard Sterling Coler by said today a it 913. He is a graduate of High congressional investigation is a school in Nev. Philadelphia my a it was to determine whether member of Emmanuel lutheran errors we a made Dur. Church failure to buy truck License costs owner $500 gets 1-10 years in bar shooting Ralph Weingarth. 28, of Bridge St., Newcomerstown was sentenced today to one to 20 years in Ohio reformatory by judge Cletus i a. Fisher As a result of the wounding of Clifford Keith. 39. Also of Newcomerstown on nov. 28. Weingarth was indicted by the january grand jury on a charge of shooting with a intent to kill or wound. Keith was shot by Weingarth after he attempted to dissuade Weingarth from shooting a fellow employee at the Keith hotel in Newcomerstown. Weingarth was adjudged sane at a mental examination at Lima. He pleaded guilty when arraigned Greenlease Case sex cop divorced St. Louis uhf mrs. Florence shoulders wife of sex police it. Louis shoulders who was instrumental in the capture of the Greenleese kidnappers Here was granted a divorce yesterday. Circuit judge James f. Nangle ruled mrs. Shoulders was the Quot innocent and injured party Quot and granted her $200 a month Alimony shoulders previously told newsmen he would marry miss june George his Landlady As soon As he was free to do so. He goes on trial for perjury in Kansas City Federal court april 12. The charge is based on shoulders testimony before a Federal grand jury on his handling of Greenlease Ransom Money. Dover chamber of Edward Scott 35. Of East Palestine had purchased his truck License the first of this month Hoq members Kenneth Shaweker admitted to bar Kenneth Earl Shaweker son of mrs. K. E. Shaweker of 538 Iron ave. And the late or. Earl Shaw Eker was among 55 admitted to the Ohio bar association yesterday in Columbus. Chief Justice Carl Weigandt of the supreme court of Ohio swore in the new attorneys. Attending the luncheon Given by the Ohio bar association were Kenneth s wife his Mother and his Mother in Law mrs. John Limbaugh of Strasburg. The Shaweker reside in Columbus and Kenneth is associated with the Legal department of the Ratelle research foundation there. Ing the monster Hydrogen blast in the Pacific March j. The Senate House atomic Energy committee which he Heads has begun questioning atomic Energy commission officials in closed sessions he said. Two committee members representatives Price cd ill it and Van Zandt a yesterday called for a full scale probe to learn Why the 315 persons subjected to unexpected radiation exposure were allowed close enough to the blast zone to be endangered. Van Zandt said questioning should include naval officers in command of the task Force. The blast reportedly three or four times greater than expected spilled nuclear dust Well beyond the Hazard zone which had been drawn. Its Power has been estimated at Between 600 and 700 times that of the Hiroshima atom bomb which killed 60,000 persons. Twenty three japanese Fisher dust Snow and rain in Midwest by the associated press blustery weather with Snow rain and Strong winds hit wide areas of the mid continent today As other parts of the country enjoyed Spring like weather. Dust storms continued to plague tile Central Plains. A late Winter Snow storm swept Over five states with Falls measuring nearly a foot in Eastern Wyoming. Snow and High winds were general throughout South Dakota Western Nebraska Northwestern Kansas northeastern Colorado and Eastern Wyoming. Today was the ast full Day of the Winter season but Snow or rain and colder weather were predicted for most of the North Central Region. The Spring season starts at to 54 p m. Est tomorrow. Farmers in Eastern and Southeastern Colorado estimated dust storms caused millions of dollars damage to crops winds hit 82 men 80 Miles away and outside . At Cheyenne wyo., Vester the Hazard zone were badly j Dav 79 . At Colorado Springs burned. Price said the fact they Anco 5 m p hat Denver. The dust got that close to the blast Indi storm a Colorado was reported rated a soviet submarine could the worst in years have pierced through Security wind velocities of to to 50 . Precautions for a better Vantage j were general throughout the great Point. A total of 28 american technicians and 264 natives on several islands More than too Miles away were exposed to Milder radiation sen. Pastore Ltd right and rep. Holifield Ltd Calif it congressional observers at the test reported last night that the americans and natives Are Quot Normal Happy and in the Best of they added in a joint letter released by the committee that Thev saw no evidences of radiation Plains . With gusts exceeding in Many areas. 70 twin City merger canvass planned the twin City Junior chamber of Commerce of Uhri chs the Dennison announced today that a House to House Canvas will begin on monday april 5, to obtain the pros and cons from local citizens in a visit to the victims on Kwa a. On the possibility of consolidation loin and were told Quot no permanent 0f the two towns. Injury Quot was Likely. Premier of deposed by Poland Kremlin Serviceman held William Barkheimer. 20, of re i. Mineral City was arrested yesterday by Deputy sheriffs Donald Patterson and Clyde Morris for military authorities on awol charges. Gene Burlinson 23. Of second St. Dover is being held in county jail for juvenile authorities for failing to comply with a court order. The regular rubbish collection will be made Here next week As follows Ward 4, monday Ward 3. Tuesday Ward 2. Wednesday and Ward i. Thursday. Warsaw. Poland up Boleslaw Bierut no. I communist Leader in Poland since the end of world War ii has resigned from the premiership to become first Secretary of the ruling United polish workers communist party it was announced today. Vice Premier Josef Cyr Ankie Wicz who held the premiership until the government reorganization in november 1952, was restored to his old Post As Premier. Western observers in Vienna believed the switch in the polish leadership was made on Moscow orders As part of a general Kremlin plan to end the Quot cult of heroes Quot that prevailed in the communist world during Stalin a time replacing one Man dictatorships with Quot government by committee Quot the changes were the first official act yesterday of the new Central committee just elected by the party at its second postwar Congress meeting in Warsaw. Aside from these two changes the party a powerful politburo remains virtually the same. The announcement said Bierut resigned from the premiership because he could not hold that Post and be party Secretary at the same time. He proposed that Cygankiewicz take his place and the Central committee concurred. Bierut was president of Poland from the end of world War ii until that Post was abolished in 1952. He then took Over the premiership from Cygankiewicz. Would have saved himself some $500. Instead he was fined $15 20 by mayor Harry Stocky of Dover for unsafe operation $80.20 for driving on fictitious License plates and the state Highway patrol impounded his tractor and trailer until 1953 and 1954 License plates Are purchased for it. Scott told the officers he purchased the truck in Pennsylvania nearly a year ago and had to buy a License there for it. He also said that he had placed the License plates from a wrecked truck on the trailer and had been operating for nearly a year without being caught. Scott will have to Purchase a i ii a a. I i Al the 1953 licenses in add it on to his j will v is11 u in new 1s54 plates. The chamber of Commerce membership committee held its Victory luncheon at Helmkampf a last night. President Don Hinson j presided. Reports indicated the j drive has been 75 per cent com j plated. Clifford Jones executive manager reported 30 new members have been accented. Persons not contacted desiring memberships May obtain details by calling the chamber offices. members will be welcomed at the regular Friday noon meeting on april 9. Says gop tax Bill to Cost party 60 seats Ohio farm group Council to meet a special meeting of City Council will be held monday night at cite Hall to enact legislation auth Louis Boggiani of new Philadelphia is one of a group of nearly too men and women members of the Ohio farm Bureau advisory Council who will leave Columbus by James b. Sibbison Washington jul rep. Kirwan a Ohio said today House passage of a Republican tax Bill minus a democratic proposal to Cut income taxes Means the democrats will pick up 60 House seats in november. Rep. Richard m. Simpson Ltd Page disputed that and said the cop will increase its Bare majority by 25 or so. The two men Are chairmen of their parties congressional Campaign committees. The House almost on party lines rejected 210-204 yesterday a democratic move to Cut personal income taxes by $2,400,000,000 a year through an increase of $100 in the $600 exemption for each saturday night for a four Day visit j present to the United nations in new York taxpayer and dependent Drizing the Sale of sewer mortgage i City and the capital at Washington. I Kirwan said in an interview that Revenue Bonds and other business j d. C. Before that vote he thought t e democrats would pick up a margin of 45 seats in the november election. They now have 215 to 219 republicans and i Independent. Quot now i say 60,�?� Kirwan said. A a slogan is sweeping the country. Quot its a get the rascals a a informed of Kirwan a prediction Simpson said Quot of. No. I done to agree at All. Quot i consider that this is a Victory for the Eisenhower program of sound Money which will be trans lated into votes for the Republican 1 ticket As the people realize that this sound Money program has assured jobs and stopped inflation. Quot i fully anticipate that president Eisenhower will have a Republican majority of at least 25 votes after the november the president appealed to the continued on faze 4, column i the plan was released last night at the organizations monthly dinner meeting in Millers restaurant. A petition with two thirds of the populace in the twin cities in favor of consolidation is necessary to have Legal Steps taken with this Survey to be used in determining whether such a petition could be circulated at a later Date tank you 5 to and 20 gallon aquariums Aith tropical bsh and plants. Phone Moog. Once again reporter classified gets a vote of thanks from a satisfied customer there were Many replies to the above and. If you have a Hobby thai you Are too Busy to work with. Sell to other hobbyists. Phone 42167 the res i it number

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