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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - October 31, 1964, Dover, Ohio I Ashland I Dover 24 y New Phila 8 I Coshocton fin rn Wintersville Uh'ville 33    nMidvale 6 I C. Valley Fairless S. Valley -. •<>.% .v, ,v..."* v    .v mmm % rn mmmmm Laborer At Start Baltic Resident Finished At Top By Norm Singleton Daily Reporter Staff Writer In 1919 Oscar V. Reidenbach of Baltic walked into the office of that community’s clay plant and applied for a job. He was hired as a laborer. It was an inauspicious beginning for a boy who would someday be general superintendent of 4 General Clay Products plants. Last night, 45 years of con tinuous serv ice later to the same Baltic plant where he got his start, the clay industry and General Clay Products, the 63-year-old lifetime resident of the Baltic area was the subject of a testimonial dinner in his honor in the Baltic American Legion. Some 120 employes of the General Clay Products, associates, dealers and distributors of its face-brick products, gathered to pay homage to Reidenbach for his contributions. Ile and his wife, the former Nellie Snyder, were presented, among many other gifts, a plaque, describing Reidenbach as a “master in the art of tile and face-brick manufacturing,” a colored television set, and a radio. The latter was presented by Ralph Sundheimer in behalf of Reidenbach’s fellow employes at Baltic. An avid New York Yankee fan down through the years, Reidenbach also received a letter from Yogi Berra, as well as commemorative messages from See BALTIC, Page 50. Harold P. Eppler (left) of Columbus joins with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar V. Reidenbach of Baltic in admiring a plaque presented to the latter during a testimonial dinner in Reidenbach's honor last night in Baltic American Legion Hall. mm - rn rn ■ mm The Daily Reporter rn WHSMISS3® DAY BRIGHTENER You have to admire the man who can still be enthusiastic about scientific progress after being caught speeding by radar. Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, October 31, 1964 VOL 61. NO. 95.    56    PAGES. Too Efficient! Orderly and efficient minds are wond rful, but they can get you into a lot of trouble, as 2 Daily Reporter employes have learned. Many readers noticed a large political ad appearing on Page 15 of Friday s edition. We have proof they noticed it! The ad, which is reappearing today on Page 12, had 19 questions for voters to ponder and mark “Yes” or “No” answers. As it appeared Friday, most citizens would have given the Goldwater-M iller column IO marks and the Johnson-Hum-phrey column 9 marks. But, that’s not exactly the result intended by sponsors of the ad. You see. the column for both tickets originally had a mixture of “yes” and “no” answers. The printer, seeing this, thought someone had erred and made up the columns so all the “yeses” were on the left and all the “nos” on the right. And the proofreader, in turn, agreed with him. It is human to err and we're happy to report the sponsor has a forgiving heart. And now if you marked yesterday’s ads we suggest you turn to Page 12 today. Plane Crash Kills Six In Maneuvers AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — A collision of two Army transport planes early today killed six soldiers. Both planes were assigned to the 10th Air Transport Brigade of Ft. Benning, Ga., the public information office at Ft. Jackson, S.C., announced. Members of the brigade are among 32,000 on air assault maneuvers in the Carolinas and Georgia. The transport planes were flying in a formation of four aircraft when they collided. The Army said it was not immediately learned how many were aboard the two planes, but Police Arrest Drug Pickets (Early Story Page 34) WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal guards today arrested 14 of 18 supporters of the drug Kre-biozen who have been demonstrating outside the office of Secretary of Welfare Anthony J. Celebrezze since Thursday. The other four gave up their demonstration and were not arrested. that six bodies had been recovered. Names of the victims were not determined immediately and the Army said they would not be announced until the next of kin had been notified. The two planes normally car-See CRASH, Page 49. Weathervane YESTERDAY High 52    Low    29 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear . 74    44    .. Chicago, clear ..... 58    45    .. Los Angeles, clear . 75    53    .. Miami, cloudy ..... 77    67    1.76 New York, clear ... 60    42    .. Pittsburgh, clear ... 55    33    .. St. Louis, clear .... 60    36    .. San Fran., clear ... 69    58    .09 Washington, clear . 69    37    .. TODAY 7 a.m.............. 29 RAINFALL Last 24 hours ... none TOMORROW Sunrise............6:56 Sunset.............5:22 High 72    Low    40 Forecast: Fair and mild. Phones Banned From I Dover Polling Sites The County Board of Elections last night took action to bar the American Broadcasting Co. from using telephones set up at 2 Dover polling places. The Electon Board ordered removal of the telephones, which already have been installed in the garage of Jacob E. Dummermuth at 1300 Crater Ave., (Precinct D) and in the Lonnie Edwards’ garage at 306 E. 7th St. (Precinct B). Both are in Ward 2. If they are not removed, Board Chairman Kenneth Ferrell said this morning, board members would take action to have the phones padlocked on election day. Board Clerk Victor Turner was informed by local General Telephone Co. officials that an order from their New York office called for installation of the phones. * Ferrell said this morning he had not yet been advised as to who was to operate the phones, except that they were for ABC. ABC’s action was a complete surprise to the board, Ferrell See PHONES, Page 49. Election Day Closings Set Election Day Tuesday, which is a legal half holiday, will close down the sale of liquor and high-powered beer until one hour after the polls close at 6:30 p.m. The polls will open at 6:30 a.m. City offices, however, will remain open as in past years. County offices will close after noon as will the following banks: Reeves Banking and Trust, Ohio Savings and Trust, Peoples Bank and Savings and Tuscarawas Savings and Loan. The County TB Clinic also will be closed all day. I On Inside... fo-:    .    p I LBJ Plans ‘War On Waste’ | ... Page 2 J Barry Scoffs At Polls ... Page 2 .. Coldwater Endorsed ....Page 41 Wonderful Life 0: Vince Bernard ..Page 14if * Citizen's Responsibility Page 17 § I Some Of Week’s Funnier J • Facts    ....Page    3 J Photo Finishes Page S|§ Culinary Comer Mrs. Leo DeMattio Page 37 lf Dover School Report Pages 1-A to 8-A Around The World ......49    | Hospital News ..........16    I Obituaries ...............2    J Television .'...19 to 22 ; Sports .............44    to    50    | Women’s Pages ......8    &    9    [ Discarded Solvent Bottle Results In Tot Being Burned William Hodges of 1308 Walnut St. reported to Dover police Friday afternoon that his 2-year-old daughter, Rebecca Ann, had burned her arm with drain solvent after she found the bottle in the neighborhood. The girl was treated and released from Union Hospital, and police contacted the man who had disposed of the bottle, advising him to bum the containers in the future. Blas! Injures Man Dover firemen and police were called shortly before noon today to the rear of 315 W. 4th. St. where an explosion critically injured Wayne Roberts. A piece of shrapnel from the blast tore a hole in the roof of a garage where he was working. He was taken to Union Hospital in a Lewis ambulance. ;

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