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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - October 13, 1964, Dover, Ohio [a Jfhtarpaper* tn\ ‘dwuwhci \h\ *"»*« !mnvsim*\w® The Daily Reporter HOME EDITION •WB? »rr«' VOL 61. NO. 79. 18 PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia. Ohio, Tuesday, October 13,1964 Serving Over 11,000 Famifiee PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS 24 Hours, 17 Minutes Aloft Soviet 'Men In Space End 16-Trip Orbit 'Research' Completed On Mission Bv FRED W. COLEMAN MOSCOW (AP) - The Soviet Union’s three-man space ship returned to earth today a little more    than 24    hours    after    it blasted off on a pioneering flight that kept the Russians well ahead in the space race. The Soviet news agency Tass said the V o s k h o d (Sunrise) landed safely at its “preassigned spot” in the Soviet Union at 10:47 a.m. (2:47 a.m. EST). That    was 24    hours    and    17 minutes after it had been blasted into orbit. “All three members of the Voskhod crew are feeling well,” Tass reported. Soviet Premier Khrushchev, Bainter, a former deputy sher- in a radio conversation with the more waiting.    iff, began by saying their    son,    three cosmonauts Monday, It even involves    a    delay    while    George, met    Miss Kit Ying Chan    promised them the boisterous a congressional    bill    was    flown    (now Mrs.    Demee) while    sta-    Moscow reception the Soviet it is hard to image a trip (0 parjs for    the    signature    of    tioned with    the Navy in Hong    capital traditionally gives to from (tuna    to    the    Inited States former    President    Dwight    Eisen-Kong.    space    travelers, that    takes    6    years.    hower,    who was there    for    a    sum-    Marrying her in 1953, George “Be    ready for    the overloading But, if you must struggle mit conference.    and his wife continued to live; which we’ll arrange for you aft- Mrs. Albert Demee and son, James George Bainter (seated), give a chop-stick demonstration for Mrs. Catherine VonBergen, Jim's great-grandmother, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bainter of New Philadelphia. ★ ★ ★ HONG KONG TO NEW PHUA - IN 6 YEARS Ifs A Long, Long Trail! By Pete Groh Daily Reporter Staff Writer Jn a world of jet-age travel, a couple of trips, and then some 4 More Set For Divisions UCF Drive Dr. Richard Tolotti Four more divisions for the Dover-New Philadelphia United Community Fund were announced today as some 200 volunteers girded for an assault on the $111,502 goal. Joe Dragovich, general chairman for the 22nd annual drive, reports that last-minute details are being finalized for the all-out push beginning Monday and winding up Oct. 29. The Commercial and Industrial Gifts Divisions swung into action yesterday, joining the Corporate and Special Gifts through mountains of “red tape” before boarding the jet, the 6,- rin Hong Kong where James‘er you come back to earth,” the course, could George was bom a year later, premier said. The three members of Vosk- son. But that is, for all practical u    hod s cr5w’ m°1\ Bainter said his son had plans marov, the pilot, scientist Kon bec ause aimost completed with the Navy stantin Feoktistov, and Dr. Bor- impossible The story’, of 000-mile journey can be just that h^t hg    told byr the mother    and    Later, George had to return to time consuming.    “ It was for Mrs. Albert Demee and her 10-year-old son, James PurPoses    4    _____________ George Bainter, who now are do no^ as >’et> bave a for his wife and son to come to is Yegorov, were met at the living with Jim’s grandparents command of    the English    lan-    the United States in 1958. But    landing spot by “sports com- and great-grandmother in New guage.    fate intervened. In September    missioners, correspondents and Philadelphia. They arrived here But a    good    substitute is Don-    of that year George was killed    friends,” Tass said. last Thursday.    ald Bainter of 145 3rd St. SW, in an auto mishap in San Diego. I Thp    iflndPd    after    IR Their story is one of waiting, who saw his Chinese - Amen- “If he had lived,” Bainter re- ' rhjt„ J! w__ /L fi^ht bv letterwriting, waiting, more let- can grandson for the first time called, “they (his family) were snarPchin containing more terwriting, some telephone calls, last week.    i See 6 YEAR TRIP, Page 18    one    man “The program of scientific research, designed for 24 hours of flight, was accomplished in full,” Tass said. “Valuable information was obtained about the flight of a group of cosmonauts consisting Plans and strategy for an “Is-, The solicitor suggested that, Council President William Hin- of specialists hi different fields. sues    Ni<rht”    to    discuss the    2    ,he Finance and Park Commit-    ig    endorsed the    proposal and ap- For the first time*    scientists winc nn    thp    Vov 3 hallot With    tees meet respectively with    city    pointed Public    Relations Direc- were able t0 conduct    observa- ]    ‘ ,    ..    .. , , . employes and members of the tor Al Bricker to act as coordi- the public were the chief topics park and Recreational Boards nator for the meeting. Bt the New Philadelphia City to plan a program that would ..()ur obligation as members!,' J“"”‘ last night.    explain the needs of the 2    lev-    0f    ,he council    is to attemnt to1 a a P    , . is to atteniDt to I The fUght feu far short of the Public Phila Meeting To Clarify Needs For Oct. 29 Levies tions directly in outer space. “The information obtained as a result of the flight is being Dover Police, Firemen Map Pay Requests Council meeting The problem of rezoning 6 lots ______________ owned by Clarence Farbizo on    ^    J AA #» the west side of Kaderly St. NW,    ||||av    j|||| Va} from residential to commerci- \/f £|    JCI a1 use was also brought back for action. City Solicitor Donald Zimmerman obtained Council’s approval to stage a public meeting Oct. 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the Method- «•”*« l,,n" *w iwci»«uwbi Stratton also got approval on Isl Church Fellowship Hall to    have hecn    made for the    second    Kis    motion    that    he contact    news clarify the purpose of the 2    annual Advertising Workshop    to    mef,ja    ,n    lbe    area    t0    be|a levies and to pet public support. l,e conducted Wednesday rn *Jn-;seminate correct information on Zimmerman was backed by 10n £,om** hClunb „und*r sPon-, the levies to be voted. Councilman John Stratton    On    Aug 24 Council had pas, luncheon at 12:30 p m. with The e? a res.olu,1,on Waving he v    placing    of a 2-mill levy on the ballot at the November election. For Workshop More than IOO reservations know‘*what°*these* issue'fare Pre™us record of 81 °rbits b* for ” tunic declared    Soviet    Ll. Col. Valery F. By- ror 11 mig declared    |koysky    ,n June 1963 Hjs mght Zimmerman said the Method- lasted 119 hours and six ist Church Commission, as previously, had already voted to furnish facilities for the meet ing and help to provide refreshments following the session. he informed Council that there was much confusion concerning the 2 issues and how revenue derived from them would be Used. V •J ♦ I v-T6"* Weathervane See MEN IN SPACE, Page 2 YESTERDAY High 64    Low    37 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear 69 42    .. Chicago, cloudy .... -r>8 Cleveland, clear ... 62 Los Angeles, cloudy 73 Miami, cloudy .... New York, cloudy Pittsburgh, cloudy St. Louis, cloudy .. San Fran, cloudy . Washington, clear TODAY 7  .........••• RAINFALL Last 24 hours • none TOMORROW Sunrise............J    “"J® Sunset.............5:*' High 70    Low    f.° Forecast: Fair and mild- 81 62 64 69 63 65 49 40 60 77 49 46 42 58 40 37 Reporter as host. Budd (tore, vice president of ^ a special meeting on Aug. 31, The Halle Bros. Co. in Cleve- mother resolution was approved land, will be the featured speak- for a 1-mill levy to be voted, er, using “Advertising — Let’s As Zimmerman again explain-Make It Productive” as his top- e(j jast night, both levies are for ic.    current operating expenses. Ed Lattimer, advertising di-, rector of the Akron Beacon1 The 2-mill Issue is made up of Journal, will be moderator for; a .9-mill renewal effective in a panel discussion on ads of the 1965 tax year and a 1.1 addi-merchants attending. Gore and tional mill, effective in the 1964 James Lonergan, general man- tax year. While the .9 mill riv-ager of The Reporter, will be enue would be used for current * * |0t The PprogrammisCIdesigned to See PUBLIC MEETING Page 13 Chamber of Commerce ’ ’ show retailers and others how 43 to set up advertising budgets, . | plan their copy and get the most ’ out of their expenditures. Furnace Repair Estimate' Dover Resident Dover Mayor C. LeMoyne Lu-thy last night received a call from a resident who claimed a local furnace company tried to “clip him.” The man stated his wife called the firm to make an estimate, but she backed down when an “inspector” said it would cost $200. “You’re going to have to talk to my husband,” she told them. When her husband returned from work he checked the furnace, replacing one wire that was disconnected. “It works perfect,” the mated resident told Luthy. Luthy advised him to contact the Young Will Visit County By Copter U.S. Sen. Stephen M. Young has scheduled stops in New Philadelphia and Uhrichsville on a 7-city campaign tour by helicopter Thursday. The trip is to begin at East Liverpool at 8:45 a.m. and end in Cambridge at 6:30 p.m. I On The Inside.... Weaker Sex Stronger In Politics..........Page    3 U. S. Suffers Blow To Prestige............Page    A Killbuck Girl Reigns At Holmes Festival .... Page    9 Crisis Faces Pope Paul..................Page    IO Cards Installed As Series Favorites........Page    11 Punt, Pass & Kick Winners .............. Page    13 Around The World .......... 8    Obituaries .................. 2 Goren On Bridge ............ 15    Television .................. 6 Home Building News .... 5 & 6 Sports .................. ll    &    12 Hospital News ................ 81 Women’s Pages .......... 7    &    8 The Dover Police Department held a “strategy” meeting this morning to draft a request for additional pay and fringe benefits that must be submitted to the city’s finance committee by Thursday. City firemen met last night for the same purpose, but members of committees for each department this morning refused to release their requests. It can be expected, however, the finance committee, headed by Eugene Bowers, will be handed letters asking substantial increases in addition to oth er benefits. Members of the departments were visibly unhappy with the finance committee’s proposal made last Thursday. It included a 5-cent hourly hike for police sergeants and above, and around 20 cents for deskmen and patrolmen. It also allowed for a $50 annual clothing allowance for the 4 dispatchers. On hospitalization, the committee offered to pay $5 a month in 1965, $10 in 1966 and $15 in 1967 and 1968. One Dover policeman this morning said the final decision on the matter will be “crucial.” He indicated that a “good majority” of the men are ready to quit if their suggestions are not considered. “We have to make a stand,” he added. Members of the police committee are Capt. Joseph Zahler, PU. Jack Griffin, Sgt. Tom Holmes and Deskman Woodrow Hollowager, substituting for Guy Hummell, who is ho!? pitalized. The Fire Department committee is headed by Tom Dean. Mayor C. LeMoyne Luthy also sat in on this morning’s session, saying that he was only an “observer.” workers. These 4 divisions are assigned the task of raising $79,-158, or nearly 71 per cent of the total. The first report meeting is scheduled a week from Wednesday. The 4 division heads named today are Dr. Richard Tolotti, Nan Senhauser, Marvin Davidson and Robert Gintz. Dr. Tolotti, a New Philadelphia dentist, will be out to top a goal of $1,000 in the Dentists See UNITED FUND, Page 13 ★ Nan Senhauser Marvin Davidson Robert Gintz 2 ABDUCTORS ARRESTED Kidnaped' U.S Official Freed YMCA Receives 6th 'Merit Award' Tuscarawas County YMCA received its sixth consecutive “Merit Award” when the Ohio-West Virginia Area Council held its annual meeting last weekend. Doverite Jim Mizer, physical education committee member, accepted the award. Franklin T. Hoernemann, New Philadelphia native and secretary of the Dayton assn., was By PAUL FINCH CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Communist terrorists released U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Michael Smolen unharmed Monday night after two of the five-man gang that abducted him Friday were arrested. Smolen, blindfolded, was put out of a car about ll p.m. on a street corner. A passing police car spotted him almost immediately and took him to a police station. eration (FALN). Reliable sources said nine other suspected terrorists were picked up later. Smolen told newsmen his abductors said they kidnaped him to make propaganda for their underground war against Venezuela’s democratic government. The 45-year-old officer from Chandler, Ariz., said his abductors never mentioned any plan Bl    ■ 4    11 I I For Narcotics Investigation James L. Corvelli, 34, of Akron, driver or an auto involved in a fatal Tuscarawas County crash Friday night, is in City Hospital at Akron, where he reportedly will be picked up on a narcotics charge. State patrolmen from New Philadelphia confiscated 2 hypodermic needles and a dropper or syringe from the belongings of Corvelli, who already is charged with second-degree manslaughter. A search warrant, used by state patrolmen, states that Corvelli has admitted to state patrol “informants” that he is a “drug addict.’.’ Cpl. A. T. Garlock, who filed the traffic death count Saturday, says no charge of possessing instruments used to administer narcotics is planned until he completes his investigation. According to available resee NARCOTICS, Page 2 Dover Yule Display Set Dover City Council Monday night will hear a report by Service Director H. S. Ream conto trade him for political prison-1 cerning planned Christmas dec-ers in Venezuela or for a con-1 orations in the downtown area He arrived at the embassy early demned Communist Viet Cong I over the holidays, today, said he felt fine and re- terrorist in South Viet Nam.; At a recent committee meet-ported he had been treated well. Various anonymous telephone; ing, John Davis of the Down-Interior Minister Gonzalo callers had reported such pro- town Merchant’s Assn. said 26 Barrios said the two terrorists j posals.    *    artificial    trees,    complete with seized in a downtown Caracas apartment early Monday were Spanish-born members of the Red underground called the Armed Forces of National Lib- Dover Board Okays Varied School Steps c ...    *    *.> it    ,    colored    lights, will be purchased Sou h V et Nam police sources fQr installation on Fwhiteway reported that the execution °fj standards the    terrorist    mentioned    in    con-    ,    ..    .. 4I    The trees are the same as    the See    RELEASED,    Page    13    one on display jn front 0f    the Post Office. The city agreed to erect the decorations and supply the power. Ream noted that only minor changes are planned for Public Square, with several additions on the southwest comer.    He said some repainting will be    re- Increased salaries of Peggy« on some ,ightlng ^ Staff personnel changes, mod-1 board: em math, purchase of an addi-| Incrtaacu aaian^    ment. tional school bus and the possi-1 f;t^ger.s ant| I)(.mna. MooFe’ The service director reported ble purchase of property by the elementary teachers for there is ^ in a City councn PnbHc Ubreo highl.ghted cHs ^X " of ad“ colIege fund for decorations with *107 cussion at last night’s Dover ‘    ...    .    .    .    K01"g,    for    new    figures    in Board of Education meeting.    **»*:_________ Three„,    ^    “ie    K- list new contracts for the remainder of the school year, including    Accepted the    resignation of one new to the system. Clyde    ^rs- Louanne    Woerdeman as Pence #of Middletown, a 1951 secretary to the high school graduate of Ohio State Univer-    principal and    hired Patricia    DeoDl_ sity, was hired to replace Dale    Petncola as her replacement,: 3memTr •f    _    a;— rw on    lget    result    fast    through Renters Are Always Looking! are looking for an or home to rent. You’U iii a Re- _ _ apartment or are ready to Want Adi Hurry | place a Family —Call Now! Beatty in the Industrial Arts ’effective Oct. 20. Department.    Hired Edgar Gotschall as Mrs. Marie McKeever and school custodian at a salary of|"use^to you speaker for the noon luncheon, j Mrs. Marjorie Rosenberry, both $4,000. He is the son of Rev. and Mrs. of whom had taught in the sys- Approved a $215 stipend for T. W. Hoernemann, now retired, | tem last year, were rehired to Edward Moeller, who will serve of New Philadelphia, and for- ease overcrowding in the ele-1 as athletic equipment manager, merly was associate general i mentary grades at Park and secretary of the Canton Central Dover Avenue.    I    A    2:30 p.m. dismissal was ap- YMCA.    1    In    other    personnel    action,    the    I    See    SCHOOL STEPS, Page 2 To Place Your Ad PHONE 42167 The “Remit” Numb*! 4tm..      -it-    ii    ■    - J ;