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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - October 30, 1964, Dover, Ohio Dover High    Instructor^ Shop Boys Combine Talents In 'Invention' — Page 14 First lh Readership First In Photography First In News CoverageThe Daily Reporter HOME EDITION VOL 61. NO. 94.    36    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Friday, October 30, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Families PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS ‘Everyone is born with that “Smoking cigarets is not a “The average teenage boy Indelible brand ‘I want to feel Important.* heinous crime, but ifs a stupid thing to do.’* has only 2 trump cards for conversation—sports and the weather.” “It’s up to you, girls, to keep the conversation rolUng.” UCF's 'Cleanup' Needs $20,000 A week-long “cleanup” was launched today as volunteers attempted to raise an additional $20,000 for the Dover-New Philadelphia United Fund. This is the amount still needed to meet the minimum requirements for the 12 service and welfare agencies in the UF family. Value Of Education 1000 "** ”• FEAnj,E TALK Cited For Students By Norman Singleton Daily Reporter Staff Writer “A $2 free ticket to the future.” That’s how Dr. George W. Crane described present-day education costs per student, per day to some 3,500 Tuscarawas County junior and senior high pupils. He launched the series of engagements Thursday in the morning at New Philadelphia High, speaking to 800 students in Grades 10-12. Stopping in Uhrichsville for lunch and a 35-minute discourse 1Understanding' Is Needed before 85 members and guests of the Buckeye Club, Dr. Crane wound up the prelude to his main lecture last night in Dover High Auditorium by ad-: dressing Dover’s 'senior high pupils, then a combined gather-1 ing of county school system juniors and seniors and Dover Junior High students. With the exception of his Buckeye Club talk, Dr. Crane held steadfastly to a basic theme of education, boy-girl relationships and religion, touching only lightly though emphat- See EDUCATION, Page 18 By Juanita Abel Daily Reporter Women’s Editor “People need psychology they can understand and apply to their lives. They need answers they can understand and so, for 25 years, I have endeavored to give them both through my newspaper column.” That was Dr. George W. Crane speaking to approximately 1,000 last night in Dover High auditorium as the climax of a whirlwind speaking appearance in Tuscarawas County yesterday. And before the Daily Reporter * sponsored, 2- hour “An Evening With Dr. Crane,” was over he had done a good bit of “doctoring.” In fact, one young woman hurried up to the stage afterward and said: “I want to subscribe to The Daily Reporter so I can read Dr. Crane’s column.” That was testimony enough for the impact he made on the audience, which had a large number of men in it. And that brings me to a point. When the Worry Clinic of the imminent psychologist - psychiatrist enters the conversation at a feminine gathering you can rest assured some wiU comment to the effect that “Dr. Crane blames women for all marital problems.” I have concurred with this thought. Therefore I looked forward to his appearance and an opportunity to ask him to point out a few things men might do to “hold your wife’s attention,” “keep your wife happy,” “keep your wife in love with you,” etc, etc. Those are responsibilities he consistently places on See UNDERSTANDING, Pg. 18 Uh'ville Pupils Give Assistance Johnson Coins New Slogan Joe Dragovich, general campaign chairman, said this morning that he still is optimistic that the $111,502 goal can be topped. “Success of the drive hinges on the late reporting divisions and workers,” he stated. “Every pledge card still out is important. “Anyone whose pledge card has not been picked up within the week, can return it to the UF office in the YMCA building. There still is time for everyone to make a gift or raise his pledge.” At yesterday’s final report meeting in Union Country Club, an additional $33,273 in cash and pledges pushed the total to date to $91,545. This leaves $19,957 to go, or about 18 per cent of the goal. Dragovich stated he conservatively estimated that $18,600 is still to be reported by the various division chairman, who distributed their cards late. He added that some companies had waited until this week to distribute the cards to their employes in conjunction with their pay days. Seven more divisions joined the attorneys in reaching their goals. Dover Schools hit 107 per cent. Others are the Auto Dealers, Clergy, Coal Operators, Electricians, State Government and Federal Government. Divisions, which Dragovich stated should top their goals during the week cleanup, are Banking, New Philadelphia Commercial, Corporate, Doc tors, Florists and Nurseries, Industrial, Plaza Merchants, Oil Distributors, Dover Residential and Special Gifts. He said that all in this latter group are just short of their marks. Representatives of 3 more UF agencies were presented certificates for community service. They are: Tuscarawas Valley Guidance Center, accepted by Dr. Mary Villwock; Union Hospital Assn., accepted by Harold Alden, and Girl Scouts, Great Trail Council, accepted by Mi's. Thomas Warthen By FRANK CORMIER | The President said: ’“I hope DETROIT (AP) — President. the day will never come when Johnson, making a final cam-1 any man, for any cause, will try Betty Gwinn (left) and Janet Hooker assist Circulation Manager George Court-right in filing subscriber cards and typing up end-of-the-month reports— vital newspaper information. The students were a part of 18 Uhrichsville High journalism students, taught by Ralph Romig, visiting The Daily Reporter today in a “delayed” observance of National Newspaper Week. Other pictures and stories by students are published elsewhere in this edition. paign tour of the Midwest, came up with a new slogan today: “The vote you cast will be your own and the world you save will be your own.” Johnson unveiled this phrase in a speech prepared for an airport rally in Detroit. It was his latest move in a week-long effort to picture himself as the candidate best equipped to preserve peace. The President, even while emphasizing questions of peace and war in every speech, still seeks opportunities to contrast his views with those of Republican rival Barry Coldwater. He did this anew Thursday night in Philadelphia, taking issue with Coldwater on the role of clergymen in public affairs. Addressing a Democratic dinner, Johnson added to his text z challenge to a Coldwater statement questioning the propriety of political endorsements by mmbers of the clergy. to keep religion out of our national decisions on who shall lead us or the direction we shall go.” A day earlier, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Coldwater inserted into one of his campaign speeches a passage in which he questioned whether clergymen could be giving proper attention to problems of morality and, at the same time, be providing Johnson with endorsements. The President, who never mentioned Coldwater in his remarks, said: “I do not condemn our churches or our clergymen for being concerned that America meet her moral responsibilities for peace, for preserving human freedom and human life, and for doing what a rich nation can and should do to wipe poverty from our land. I not only don’t condemn them, I thank God for their courage.” Johnson, in his Detroit text, See NEW SLOGAN, Page IO Vandals Wreck 25 Tombstones Vandals wrecked havoc In New Philadelphia’s Fair Street Cemetery last night, overturning 25 tombstones. According to police some were broken and will have to be replaced. The incident marred an otherwise peaceful night for residents as they played host to youngsters on the city’s annual “Trick or Treat” night. Most of the reports, with the exception of 3 incidents investigated by police, were mild in comparison to the cemetery incident. Reporting bicycles stolen were Mrs. Richard Agar of 742 Oak St. NW and Melvin Erb of 137 North Ave. NE. The Agar bicycle was later found by David Aubihl of 827 3rd St. NW. Ted Ricker of 436 6th St. NW told police someone broke a window in his home. Police located the boy and his parents will make restitution. In one other case of vandalism, it was reported by John Dr. Michael S. Pap was photographed outside the County Probate Court Thursday where he appeared to help establish the authenticity of Soviet documents submitted in a dispute over the estate of a former Russian-born Newcomerstown resident, Adam Skuratovich, who died in May 1962. ★ ★ Professor Explains Khrushchevs Fate By Joe Woerdeman Daily Reporter Staff Writer ‘Nikita Khrushchev will join Bober of 458 Front Ave. SE in oblivion the other Soviet lead- this morning that someone destroyed a fence around his home. Dropping O? Rail Flag Stops At Newtown Is Recommended An attorney examiner has recommended to the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio that 2 Pennsylvania Railroad passenger train flag stops at Newcomerstown be discontinued. Dover Laundromat Machines Looted Dover police are continuing The examiner, Gerald P. Wad-kowski, who held a hearing Oct. I noted in his recommendation that no opposition to the move was voiced. The trains, No. 4 eastbound and No. 31 westbound, have been the only ones stopping at Newcomers town Wadkowski pointed out that there were a total of ll passengers for Train U 53 42 72 54 Investigation into the looting of No* 31 from Aug> 25 throu£h ll washing machines and a popW* 23 with 9 bein& nonPav- machine, which resulted in a loss of $45 to $50, at Kerry’s Kleen King Laundry on Club View Dr. Police received the report last night at 9:30 from proprietor, George Googash, of 221 W. loth St. Mrs. Googash this morning said that the theft apparently occurred late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning. She stated that the locks on the machines had been taken apart, the money removed and then the locks put back together. The theft went unnoticed until last night when the machines were checked. 77 66 66 .25 .05 ing railroad employes. Train No. 4 having 26, with 14 being non-paying. He further pointed out that the flag stops often make it necessary for other trains to stop as a safety measure. The report showed that regular stops are made by other passenger trains at Coshocton, “which is not unreasonably far from Newcomerstown,” and that there is regular bus service through Newcomerstown. He recommended that the flag stops be abandoned “for the efficient and economical operation of the applicant’s overall railroad service.” Weathervane YESTERDAY High 56    Low 32 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear 73 48    .. Chicago, clear..... Los Angeles, clear Miami, cloudy..... New York, cloudy . San Fran., rain ... Washington, clear . TODAY 7 a.m......... RAINFALL Last 24 hours .55 inch TOMORROW Sunrise............6:55 Sunset.............5:23 High 70    Low 32 Forecast: Fair and warmer. 68 50    .. 59 1.17 Ll. S. Prestige Shrinks — BG 74 47 32 Man Identified By Dover Police The man, whom Dover police picked up and jailed Wednesday night and who could not identify himself, has been identified according to Acting Police Chief Ray Ries. He is Ray Lindberg, a patient at Massillon State Hospital. Ries said hospital authorities will pick up Lindberg today and return him to the hospital. By WALTER R. MEARS CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -Sen. Barry Coldwater, asserting that President Johnson is “trying to reduce American politics to a popularity poll,” said today the Democrats are letting the Free World fall apart while U.S. prestige sinks. The Republican presidential candidate charged that Johnson’s foreign policy has lost Turkey as a U.S. ally. He said France is seeking new trade ties with the Soviet Union while Great Britain’s new Labor government ponders U.S. nuclear deterrent policies. And the Communist world, said Coldwater, is “regrouping under tough new leaders.” Turning his campaign westward, Coldwater said Johnson “has proven to be a President isolated from foreign policy behind -a wall of political ambition and behind a wall of political henchmen who care for nothing in the world but their own gains and power.” Coldwater made his accusations at Cheyenne, Wyo., kicking off a campaign day that takes him to Tucson, Ariz., Las Vegas, Nev., and Los Angeles. “In just the past few days,” he said, “while Lyndon Johnson has been trying to reduce American politics to a popularity poll, the Free World has been coming apart at the seams and American prestige has been sinking slowly out of sight.” * Coldwater headed west after a final bid for Pennsylvania’s 29 electoral votes. With three cam- Doverite, 24, Held In Theft Melvin R. Milligan, 24, of RD 2, Dover, charged yesterday with grand larceny by Mrs. Paul Burkey of RD 2, Sugarcreek, entered no plea this morning in Northern District Court. His attorney, Thad Bowers, requested a preliminary hearing, which was granted by Judge Charles Eckert and scheduled for Nov. 12 at ll a.m. Charges were filed yesterday after Sheriff deputies discovered 2 bucket seats installed in paign journeys, he has made Milligan’s auto, which Mrs. that state his one major target in the Northeast. The GOP contender rolled by train from Harrisburg to Pittsburgh, hammering away at Johnson before crowds that ranged from about 2,000 to 5,000. He capped a day of rain-splattered whistle stop speeches at a See PRESTIGE, Page IO ON THE INSIDE Burky claims were stolen from her husband’s auto last Nov. 12 while it was parked in a garage. Milligan was picked up yesterday and released after posting a $500 cash bond. ers who tried their best to maintain the Communist system of totalitarian government, realizing only too late that they, like leaders of Nazism and Fascism in the past, cannot endure.” This was the opinion given today by Dr. Michael S. Pap, professor of Russian history at John Carroll University in Cleveland, in an interview. Pap, who was in New Philadelphia for an appearance in Probate Court, is the director of the Institute for Soviet and East European Studies at John!vive for long without a strong Carroll and has become known! See FATE, Page 10 as an expert in Soviet affairs. He has appeared before the State Department and on numerous television and radio programs on international affairs. His latest press statements on the banishment of Khrushchec has been quoted world-wide. “I feel it was a great surprise to himself and to all those dealing with international and Soviet affairs,” Pap said when asked about the recent development in the Soviet. But looking back through history, Pap added, the late leader’s fall is not really too surprising. ‘A dictatorship cannot sur- 'Successful Night' Praised By Luthy Dover Mayor C. LeMoyne Luthy today lauded last night’s “Trick or Treat” night as a huge success in providing Dear    Abby    ..................21    i youngsters with an opportunity Your    Horoscope ............23    to gather “goodies.” He also Around The    World ..........IO    stated that it helped in curb- 2 Hospitalized Following Separate Philo Auto Mishaps Two persons were hospitalized fractured ribs he sustained in with injuries sustained in sepa- a 2-car collision yesterday af-rate auto mishaps in New Phil-    at 2:30 at Fair and 3rd adelphia yesterday and this police said that Lynn H. Dud-morning.    ley, 21, of RD 2, New Philadel- Dennis McCahill, 21, of RD 3, phia, was driving south on 3rd New Philadelphia, is listed as St. and Dunfee was heading “fair” in Union Hospital today east on Fair Ave. Both drivers after his automobile slammed told police the green light was into a tree on Tuscarawas Ave. in their favor. NW at 5:44 a.m. today.    !    According to a witness’s state- According to police, McCahill ment to police, Dudley had the W'as traveling towards Dover green light. Both cars came to when he lost control of the ve- a stop on the sidewalk, after hide. It went left of center and Dunfee’s glanced off and struck struck a tree just north of Wa-J Churches .................12-13 Goren On Bridge ...........21 Obituaries ...................2 Television ......  8 Sports ....................16-17 Women’s Pages ............6-7 Dr. Crane ..................23 Dr. Alvarez  ................21 ing Halloween pranks. The mayor noted that police received only a few complaints, such as throwing corn and soaping windows, and that it was significant that no calls were received after 9:45 p.m. con-cerning vandalism. bash Ave. The vehicle was de molished. McCahill suffered multiple lacerations to his left knee, arm and chin. He was extricated from his automobile by firemen, who also washed gasoline from the street. Sam Dunfee, 64, of 328 Race St., Dover, is listed as “satisfactory” in Union Uojgutal with See MISHAPS. Page 10 DAY BRIGHTENER With men it isn’t gossip—just repeating rumors they heard but don’t believe. ;

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