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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - October 19, 1964, Dover, Ohio HSIUNG Mi rn rn m rn s m rn® * rn rn mm m * rn, m > %, Mi rn rn, mm mmm mmm s i m wsms mmmi m» mm i mm wism n mu if . *>      ,    .    1 ■MRH! MMM* iii Volunteers ’Go To    For    United Most statistics “measure” a community by population, real estate values, per-capita income and analysis of local busi-1 nesses. Residents of Dover and New Philadelphia will have an op portunity during the 10-day, United Community Fund campaign, beginning today, to add 2 vital digits to the measuring-stick—the quality of community services and the public support of their agencies. The importance of these 2 digits can not be over-emphasized, for they show, more than any other statistic, the heart and concern of a community. They show how much people care — about the youth, about elderly residents, about the ill and unfortunate. If active participation in the fund-raising campaign is an indication, Dover and New Philadelphia will measure up well. Some 500 volunteer workers are dedicated to topping this year’s goal of $11,502 for the 12 participating agencies. This means that the experienced, well-run organization, j which uses less than 5 per cent of the goal for campaign expenses plus year-round administration costs (compared with 7.4 per cent national average), will have to raise $11,000 each day of the 10-day drive. The first report meeting is Wednesday. The Dover-NeW Philadelphia United Community Fund was established in 1942, with Boy Scouts, YMCA, Girl Scouts, Salvation Army and the Youth Cen-See VOLUNTEERS, Page 2 35 County Correspondent-Reporters Mean Complete . Coverage The Daily Reporter HOME EDITION A". VOL 61. NO. 84.    28    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Monday, October 19, 1964 »\v:niT/« Serving Over 11,000 Families PHONE 4-2167    7    CENTS By HENRY S. BRADSHER MOSCOW (AP) — The new leader of the Soviet Union, Leonid I. Brezhnev, proclaimed today a policy of peaceful coexistence,    disarmament and equality    among Communist parties. Brezhnev made his first personal statement of policy since the removal of Nikita Khrushchev in a speech to a Red Square reception for the three latest Soviet cosmonauts. Brezhnev made no reference to his takeover last Wednesday of Khrushchev’s position as first secretary of the Soviet Communist party. Khrushchev has disappeared since then. In a 20-minute address from atop Lenin’s Tomb, Brezhnev said “some people express disquiet that the Soviet Union is far ahead of the United States” in space flight. Some estimates say two years ahead, some five years, he added. “We are pleased that the Soviet Union is ahead, but we do not consider cosmic research as some kind of a race,” Brezhnev said. It is part of Soviet creative work in all fields for the benefit of man, he said. Thousands roared their welcome to the three cosmonauts, the first a week ago to circle the earth in a multiseat spacecraft. Brezhnev, Alexei N. Kosygin who took over Khrushchev’s job as premier, President Anastas I. Mikoyan and Mikhail Suslov, a member pf the party Presidium, were out at the airport to meet the three. The cosmonauts had flown 1,250 miles from space headquarters. They hugged the trio — Col. Vladimir Komarov, commander Many off-duty Dover firemen and policemen are expected at tonight’s City Council meeting to hear a finance committee report on pay hike requests that were submitted by the respective departments last week. The proposals were submitted to Eugene Bowers, head of the committee, and all council members after members of the departments expressed dissatisfaction over the committee’s offer. In the new requests, both po-1 ~ licemen and firemen suggested through years of experience, abandoning a pay scale that'are beneficial and necessary to has been in effect 5 years and improved and expanded opera-that was adopted after a Coun- tional services in the commu-cil survey.    nity.” Firemen are asking that fire-! They are asking for $6 per fighter’s wage begin at $87.50 pay period (2 weeks) for 51 per week and increase to years service, $12 for IO years, $97.50 over a 3-year period. Un- $18 for 15 years and $24 for 20 der the present setup a    starter    years. gets $75.60 and, after 5    years,    The    firefighters also    are    re- reeeives $90.72.    questing    that the city pay $7.50 Their other weekly requests, and $15 the second year for with present figures in paren- medical and hospitalization in-! theses, are:    surance.    They requested 2 Night fireman $17.50    ($15);    weeks’    paid vacation after    one mechanic ? fireman    $107.50    year’s    service, 3 weeks    after IO ($78.40^1.08); lieutenant $102.50 years, 4 weeks after 18 years ($78.40MM)8); Captain $107.50 and that Good Friday be au-($81.20-97.44); chief $127 ($100- thorized as an eighth paid holi-120) '    day. Their request reads: Firemen also request longev- “While private industry has Ity pay “in recognition of expe- continued to reward its employ-nence and service rendered in es with cost-of-living increases firefighting. Increased skills, See PAY REQUESTS, Page 8 James P. Mitchell NEW YORK (AP) — James P. Mitchell, 63, secretary of labor in the Eisenhower administration, died today in his suite at the Astor Hotel. He apparently suffered a heart attack. A physician was with him when he died, the hotel said. Mitchell, big. and bluff, but with an air of relaxed charm, had little formal education but a vast background .in personnel management when President Dwight D. Eisenhower named him to the Cabinet in 1953. He had been an expert in la-See MITCHELL, Page 8 Highway Improvements Receive Heavy A ttention Improvement of the area’s highway system continues to move forward. Besides heavy traffic on the newly-opened Interstate Route 77 stretch between Green Gables and Strasburg, a large number of motorists winged their way over the just-completed New Cumberland bypass section of Route 212. The unusually heavy traffic Sunday stemmed from Indian Summer weather and fall’s scenic splendor. Visitors to the construction site of Atwood Inn, on the east side of the lake, added to the traffic in that area. Philadelphia to Guernsey County section of Interstate 77. He states that he hopes all plans will be ready by next June, with a contract letting soon afterwards. Gov. James Rhodes stated at last week’s IS 77 ribbon-cutting that IS 77 would be open from Cleveland to Marietta by 1967. Nelson stated that he, along with other division heads, had been informed the necessary money was available now for all scheduled projects. He added that all area projects would be sold as soon as See HIGHWAY, Page 2 In other improvements, construction was to start today on the 5-mile relocation of Route 39 between Shanesville and Walnut Creek. Work also is progressing on the New Philadelphia bypass of Route 250 and 8 from Green Gables to Wills Dip, south of Schoenbrunn. BELGRADE, Yugoslavia j (AP) — An airliner carrying J about 30 persons headed by I Marshal Sergei S. Biryuzov, who became the Soviet armed forces chief in the Khrushchev I administration, crashed and I burned in a fog today. All i aboard were killed. Groping for a landing after a flight from Moscow, the four-engine plane smashed into Avala Hill, which rises to a height of 1,700 feet IO miles south of Belgrade. It hit a wooded hillside a few hundred yards from a marble monument commemorating Yugoslavia's Unknown Soldier. Biryuzov, 60, was chief of a Soviet delegation to attend the celebration Tuesday of the liberation of Belgrade from Nazi occupation in World War II. The delegation included many other senior officers of the Soviet armed forces. The plane took off from Moscow this morning. Because of fog shrouding Belgrade, the plane was ordered to put down at an airport north of the city. But it overshot that airport. There was no immediate disclosure of the number of persons aboard the plane, but it was a four-engine craft designed to carry 75 to 98 passengers. SUFFERS INTERNAL BLEEDING Hoover In Grave Condition Malcuit Inc. of Strasburg is handling the $986,838 Route 39 project. Completion date is Aug. 31, 1966. In other highway news, Division ll Deputy Director Earl Nelson reports that the division will expedite plans for the New NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Herbert C. Hoover passed a comfortable night and his massive internal bleeding has stopped, but the outlook is grave, a medical bulletin said today. The bulletin said the 90-year-old Hoover was in a “state of unresponsiveness.” Hoover’s two sons, Allan and Herbert Jr., were in their father’s Waldorf Astoria Towers suite with him. Dr. Michael J. Lepore, Hoover’s personal physician, issued the bulletin at 10:30 a.m. No further report was planned before 4 p.m. (EDT), except in the event of a significant change in condition. Dr. Lepore’s bulletin said: “The gastrointestinal bleeding has been arrested and his blood count has been restored! to normal. “However, the massive loss of blood into his gastrointestinal tract has resulted in the accumulation of toxic products In his bloodstream which have Man Injured In Strasburg Auto Mishap On The Inside Belief Comes To Area ...............  Page    5 ’Scotties’ Camp At Atwood Lake..........Page    8 Campaigners Take Temporary Respite Page 9 American Motors, UAW Okay Terms Page ll Book Battle Makes Presidential History .... Page 14 Four County Bowlers Gain COBPA Finals .... Page 17 How County Bowlers Fared During 1963-64 Pages 18-24 Dear Abby...................25    Television................... Your Horoscope .............27    Sports...................15-16 Around The World ........13    Women’s Pages ...........12 Hospital News ...............8    Dr. Crane ................... Obituaries....................2    Dr. Alvarez.................. Dover Police Sgt. Thomas Holmes has been promoted to captain and Ptl. Chester Truman has been elevated to Holmes’ post, Acting Police Chief Raymond Ries announced today. Holmes, high score’* on a Civil Service promotional examination Friday night, will fill the vacancy created by the recent resignation of Kenneth Daffom. Both men assumed duties today. Truman received the appointment, Ries said, because of a standing sergeant eligibility test dating back to January, 1964. Holmes, a member of the force since Aug. I, 1961, was promoted to sergeant Nov. 5, 1962. He is married, has a child, and lives at 319 E. Front St. Truman, a 14-year veteran on the force, lives at 711 Race St. He is married, has 5 children, one of whom is married. Ries said he has not been notified by the Civil Service board on scores made by applicants for 2 patrolmen jobs. An announcement, however, is expected this week. SATURDAY High 79    Low    35 YESTERDAY High 78    Low    44 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, cloudy 57    44    .. Chicago, clear ..... 63    40    .. Cleveland, clear ... 64    39    .28 Los Angeles, clear . 78    58    .. Miami, clear ...... 85    69    .. New York, clear ... 78    55    .. Pittsburgh, rain ... 77    43    .ll St. Louis, clear .... 63    33    .. San Fran., clear ... 85    64    .. Washington, cloudy 79    51    .. TODAY 7 a.rn...............44 RAINFALL Last 48 Hours: .14 inch TOMORROW Sunrise............6:42 Sunset.............5:38 High 50    Low    32 Forecast; Cloudy and colder. Search Continues For Two Missing Boys Leaf Pickup Set At Uhrichsville Dover — At 4:55 yesterday afternoon to 815 N. Tucscara-was Ave. where neighbors reported a fire in a home owned by Jerry Warner. It was an optical illusion, firemen said, saying it was caused by the setting sun’s reflection on a storm door. Dennison — Sunday at 8:30 p.m., Charles Brown of here, drove his auto into the station after putting out a fire in the seat of the vehicle. Cause of the fire was undetermined. Uhrichsville — Sunday at 12:15 p.m., a resuscitator call to 319 E. 5th St. where Walter Howard, 69, was having difficulty breathing. He was taken to Twin City Hospital by bis family. U URI CHS VI LLE—Leaf pickup will begin Wednesday at IO a.m. in the north end, which includes all of the area north of the Pennsylvania Railroad track. Pickup is scheduled Thursday from Water St. east. Next Monday, the area west of Big Stillwater Creek will be serviced. Mayor Robert Croniser asks residents to have the leaves raked, boxed and near the curb. Beginning next Monday, leaves will be picked up each Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, Albert W. Medley of 1155 12th St. NW, New Philadelphia, reported to city police Sunday that about IO boys and IO girls were jumping on the roof of his basement home and damaged the roof. Someone apparently had poked his foot through the roof. DAY -ycrfc )r BRIGHTENER There is a way to quit smoking—simply marry a gal who objects to it. ;

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