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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 30, 1964, Dover, Ohio Red Chinese Nuclear Bomb Threat Poses New U. S. Risk Page 13 24 Hours A Day Someone From The Reporter Is Working For You The Daily Reporter HOME EDITION rn r9t*% VOL 61. NO. 68.    78    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Wednesday, September 30, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Familia PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS Worker Dies Coldwater Raps Industry Curbs By WALTER R. MEARS Associated Press Writer WITH GOLDWATER IN OHIO (AP)—Republican Presidential nominee Barry Coldwater whistle-stopped through industrial Ohio today, declaring “there is no magic in the federal government” that can ever create a job in industry. The Arizona senator told an early morning crowd in Middletown that the Republican Party knows this but “the opposi-ion party has never understood. . .” Government controls, the GOP standardbearer said, can stifle Industry. He pointed to White House intervention in the steel price dispute in 1962, and said it denied the industry a price rise that “they have to have.” Coldwater took a crack at foreign economic aid, too. “We’ve had the mistaken idea for too many years that our foreign economy aid programs with American technical knowhow and with the free enterprise system. As he pressed his quest for votes in Ohio today, the Republican presidential candidate accused Johnson and Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara of trying to make political capital out of U.S. weaponry. That charge was prepared for a rally in Dayton, home of alone will solve the problems of Wright-Patterson Air Force all the nations of the world. he said. He said the right way to solve them at home and abroad is PRETTY FEM "NABBED' EARLY Base, as Goldwater’s campaign train worked its way northward to Toledo on a string of eight whistle stops. Keynoting the second day of a journey through Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, Coldwater said the All, a new reconnaissance plane for the U.S. arsenal, was | “an invention that emerged” under former President Dwight D. Eisenhower, a Republican. “We resent seeing it presented to the American people as the accomplishment of a that has deliberately Accident Civil Service Tests Set For City Vacancies "Enemy Agent" Checks On, Off Barry Campaign Train ABOARD GOLDWATER CAMPAIGN TRAIN IN OHIO (AP) —An “enemy agent" managed to infiltrate Sen. Barry Coldwater^ regime campaign train as it rolled through Ohio Tuesday. But the agent’s and continually slowed down the presence didn’t go undetected for long. The agent was a pretty miss of 23 years who identified herself as Moira O’Connor of New York. The Republican presidential nominee’s press secretary, Paul F. Wagner, said Miss O’Connor managed to infiltrate the Coldwater forces by signing aboard the train as a reporter. Assistant press secretary Vie Gold saw a trail of mimeographed broadsides called “The Whis- Dover’s Civil Service Commis- crowd of more than 15 OOO Tues-tle Stop” listing midwestern sion met last night to finalize dav night* “I rhargp’that this newspapers that have declared plans for examinations to be i themselves opposed to Gold- given for various city jobs on! See INDUSTRY, Page 13 water. The broadsides were placed in front of each compartment of the 18-car train. Gold strolled along picking up each broadside until he caught up with the pretty culprit. Miss O’Connor then was asked to leave the whistle-stop County Road and Bridge Department worker Ralph Hankins of Uhrichsville stands on top of the 5-ton retaining wall (above) that collapsed this morning. Quentin Schwartz (below) of Dundee points to the same type cement wall on the other side of the bridge. wmm Retaining Wall Collapses On Donald Kinsey Trapped for approximately an hour under a 5-ton bridge retaining wall when it collapsed this morning on County Road 71, a mile southwest of Sugarcreek, one employe of the County Road and Bridge Department was fatally injured and another is undergoing treatment in Union Hospital Dead on arrival at the hospital was Donald E. Kinsey, about SS, of 563 E. 1st St, Uhrichsville. Hurt was Floyd Burrier of RD I, Port Washington, who had a possible broken right leg and other injuries. Unable to lift the heavy concrete, 2 other workers on the project summoned help via radio. Other employes of the department hurried to the scene See WORKER, Page 2. advance of aviation,” he said. He added that Democrats have called the All a fighter-interceptor and a bomber, too. “We deplore even more the attempt politically to modify an inherently sound technological development into something militarily spurious,” Coldwater said. Malcuit Low On Rt.39 Bids In Ohio told Cincinnati, a conservatism, a whooping, Red Malcuit Inc. of Strasburg submitted the apparent low bid of $989,838 for 5 miles of Route 39 improvement in Tuscarawas and Holmes County. Bids were opened yesterday by the State Highway Department in Columbus. ! The project calls for grading, citadel of drammg and paving 5 miles of Coldwater the route Sugarcreek township and Shawsville and in Walnut Creek Construction of a bridge also is involved. The estimate on the project was $1,543,000. stomping Oct. 16. Applications will be accepted for 2 patrolmen jobs, a truck driver for the Street Department, a lineman for the Electric Department and a night man for the Fire Department. $22 Robbery Of Deliveryman May Lead To Knife Attacker A robbery Saturday afternoon. young man.” Podova had been Moira O’Connor There also will be a competitive promotion examination may lead t0 the identity of the held f°r questioning since Mon- train at Parkersburg, W. Va. I between Jack Paisley and Torn knife attacker of Mrs. Mary day morning. She did—suitcase and all.    Holmes, both    police sergeants,    Casagranda, 69, of RD I,    Den-!    Barlock    reported that    a $22 Republicans then mimeo-    for a captain s post. A    vacancy    nison (Midvale area),    that    holdup    of    an    ice cream    truck graphed their own edition of was created with the recent    . ..    ~    i    .. “The Whistle Stop,- which they    resignation of    Kenneth    Dafforn.    same mght; Cluef DePuty    Jolln    drlver    ta    the    same area may said was under new, steamlined    Paisley and    Holmes    are the    Barlock said this morning, ownership.    \    only 2 eligible to take the Barlock said that Joe Podova, “This isn’t the first time the test.    77, a neighbor of Mrs. Casa- See ‘AGENT’, Page 13. Green Gables Job Complete The Green Gables Interchange of Interstate Route 77 has been completed. This was the announcement today from Earl Nelson, deputy director of Division ll of the Ohio Department of Highways. With completion of the interchange, last - minute details are all that remain to be completed on the third phase of the present IS 77 work prior to the Oct. 14 opening of an 8-mile stretch from Strasburg to Green Gables. The third phase runs from County Road 80 to existing Route 21 and 250 just south of Strasburg, where seeding of berms and the like is being wrapped up. Nelson said the superhighway will remain closed to traffic until the dedication ceremony, being arranged by County Chamber of Commerce and IS 77 Assn. officials. Gov. James Rhodes and Highway Director P. E. Masheter will be among those taking part In the dedication. Condon & Cunningham Inc. of Omaha, Neb., was contractor for the $3,000,000 plus, 1.4-mile project, which involved 7 bridges, a small mountain of fill, 2 approaches and 2 exits. IS 77 will dead end at Green Gables until the New Philadelphia Route 250 bypass is completed to the southeast and the remaining links of IS 77 south to Newcomerstown. Work already is underway on the first leg of the New Philadelphia bypass and plans are now being prepared for the Green Gables to Newcomerstown section for sale in fiscal 1966. Deadline for submitting plications is 4 p.m. Oct. according to Howard Sharp, chairman of the commission. The tests will be given at 7 p.m. Oct. 16 in the City Building._ Philo Policeman Found Not Guilty New Philadelphia police patrolman, Paul Carpenter, was found not guilty this morning in New Philadelphia mayor’s court on a charge of disregarding a red light filed yesterday by William Bonnell of 2nd St. NE. Bonnell filed the charge, claiming that Carpenter ran through a red light yesterday morning on the Public Square. Carpenter, who was driving a police cruiser, told Mayor Joe i Pritz that he was in pursuit of an unnecessary noise violator at the time. ap- granda, was released yesterday 13, afternoon following questioning of Mrs. Casagranda. She said her attacker was “a large, THESE LITTLE PIGGIES HAVE A NEW HOME That’s the kind of result story we get every day from advertisers using Family Want Ads. FOR SALE:    Six 3-month old Belted Pigs. Charles Walter. Phone OOOOO. You can sell anything when you place a low cost, fast acting Reporter Want Ad. PHONE 42167 The Result Number lead to the identify of the assailant. John Anagnost of Massillon notified deputies Monday morning that his ice cream truck was stopped Saturday afternoon and 2 young men stuck a sharp object in the driver’s back. Anagnost gave deputies a partial license number which is being checked, according to Barlock. Mrs. Casagranda, who was found Saturday night lying in a pool of blood from severe cuts to her arms, legs and neck, is reported as “good” today in Union Hospital. By Charley Dickens publishers of paperbacks must be wearing big smiles these days because the presidential election campaign has developed into a veritable gold mine for them—although the political parties probably will wind up with many “please remit” statements. There’s hardly a citizen alive who hasn’t received or read, at least one political paperback, compliments of a Mend who just happened to order a dozen or so. One bar member, having coffee with friends at Hotel Reeves, said he’s already received 7 and admitted he’ll be lucky to get through them before Nov. 3. On The Inside.... Washing Machine Ready For Festival Page 8 Uh'ville Man Has 72-Year-Old Hobby , •,. Page 11 Stengel, Alston Sign New Contracts ...... Page 15 COBPA Selects Dates, Sites For Event ...... Page 16 Countywide Grange Officers Installed Page 22 Homemakers Hear Election Issues..........Page    24 Stone Creek Church Dedication Set ........ Page 27 Around The World............24 Dear Abby .................. 29 Dr. Alvarez ..........,....... 3S Hospital News ...... .......... 23 Obituaries ......... .......... 2 Sports .............. .... 15 Sc 16 Television .......... ......... 18 Women’s Pages ____ .... 12 Sc 13 Your Horoscope ____ Mediators Work Feverishly To Nip Midnight Dock Tieup By MALCOLM STEPHENSON | general cargo work gangs from i The New York Shipping Asso-NEW YORK (AP) — Presi-120 to 17 men in exchange for a! ciation represents more than 150 dential mediators worked! guaranteed annual wage for shipping and stevedoring com- It wouldn’t be surprising if Dover shoppers become just a little confused during their downtown ventures. First, there’s that “trial” Christmas tree in front of the post office and then yesterday one supermarket was offering “locally-grown” strawberries from an ever-bearing patch on a Holmes County farm! Speaking of the Christmas tree, David Marlowe, president of the Downtown Retail Merchants Assn., has a strong argument for those who prefer the natural trees used in the past. There aren’t enough street light poles in the new system to make them, or garlands, look effective, he says. So merchants decided something striking was needed and ordered 20 of the artificial ones. County Delegation Attends Trumbull School Dedication against the clock today trying to prevent a strike by 60,000 dock workers in ports from Maine to Texas at midnight. A walkout by the AFL-CIO International Longshoremen’s Association would tie up more than 500 United States and for- A delegation from Tuscarawas County was among the many touring the Mahoning Valley Vocational School following yesterday’s dedication program. Located at the U.S. Air Force Base near Vienna in Trumbull County, the school is the first in the state for what is termed “disadvantaged youth.” Heading the list of officials at the dedication were Gov. James Rhodes, Dr. E. E. Holt, state superintendent of public instruction, Willard Dudley, director of longshoremen. The union has held fast against any cut in work gang size. Employer negotiators have refused for a long time to settle on any other issues until agreement on the work gang size had been reached. The employers contend that modern methods of the Bureau of Unemployment! They are provided with room eign-flag ships, and several Air Force and De-1 and board, making this a unique A partial break in the three partment of Health, Education project designed to give them month deadlock in contract handling cargo require even and Welfare representatives. training in the responsibilities negotiations came early today jess ^an 17 men in a work The school represents a new of dormitory living while they when the employers accepted — gang. concept in vocational training!go to school.    with some modifications — the I - -...............----- and is a “first” in the state op-1 The students receive a basic lonS list of settlement proposals crating under the 1962 federal education course in which the made the presidential media-Manpower Development Train- j emphasis is on reading, writ- tion panel, ing Act.    j    ing,    arithmetic    and communica- The union negotiators rejected tions.    the package. ItoUS SjS' The major obstacle to settle-tney receive spe lahzed    mefit hag been ^ pr0p0Saj for i gradual reduction of the size of panies. Assistant Secretary of Labor James J. Reynolds, head of the presidential panel, called the association’s action “a very major effort to conclude an See DOCKS, Page 2. The school offers some 400 students, all boys, including one from New Philadelphia, 3 major opportunities. See SCHOOL, Page 17. BRIGHTENER DAY s7N ^ A An efficiency expert is a woman who can find something in her handbag on her first dive. Dover — At 5:45 p.m. to 119 W. 22nd St., to extinguish a fire in a fireplace after Mrs. Dewey Keppler reported it was threatening to fall out into the room. Uhrichsville — Yester day at 9:51 a m. to 721 N. Uhrieh St. after Mrs. Robert Milligan had locked herself out. A small window was broken to gain entrance. Petals off the main stem: Mrs. Ray Peoples, after a lengthy absence, has returned to Kline’s Store on a part-time basis ..... Office Appliance Co. has taken over the other half of Lew Petricola’s new Dover Mukic Store building as a display room for office equipment and a service department  If Jim Marquand of the County Extension Office seemed preoccupied as he hurried along in downtown New Philadelphia today he had good reason. He’s leaving tomorrow for a New Orleans convention where he’ll be I of 3 Ohioans receiving a national award .... Think twice before giving an acquaintance a friendly punch on the arm. This is “Bur shot” time! .... Marsh Wall Products Inc. will honor new Quarter Century Club members at a Union Country Club dinner Thursday night ... That apartment building “Hobe” Johnson is building on Walnut St now TnHav for Tomorrow** k ;

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