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April 5, 1954

The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 9

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ttKA *> CLASSIFIED ADS Extortion Plot Nipped; Arrest Jobless Father CLEVELAND m „ An unemployed father - trapped at a suburban telephone booth—has admitted trying to extort $1,500 from an old friend, police said today. No charge was filed immediately- Arrested was Louis Vincent Cabot, 33, the father of four children Police say he left an outdoor booth at nearby Oakwood village late Saturday with two marked bills in his pocket. , Th« bills — wrapped around a package of waste paper-had been planted there by Louis A. Flack, a home builder whose three voting daughters had been threatened in a series of anonymous telephone calls. William Cooper, a patrolman in the suburb, arrested Gabot as he left the booth. Eight other policemen were in the area and several other suburban police departments had set up roadblocks at nearby key intersections. Flack, who said Cabot "was a friend of mine," called police after 'being told by an unknown voice that "I want $1,500 from you or your kids will get hurt." A later call told him where to deposit the funds. Two detectives helped Flack make up the package .so it would look like it held $1,500 and one hid in the back of his car when he took it to the booth. At the last minute an unidentified man who stayed in the booth for an hour almost upset the plan. Flack waited, however, and deposited the package under a shelf in the booth as soon as the long call was completed. Flack recalled knowing Cabot "practically all my life," and added, "I know he was pressed for money. Just last Saturday he sat in my car and asked me for a job." The two families Jive on neighboring streets about two blocks epart. TUB Mitchum, Semi-Nude Actress Cause Cameramen Casualties CANNES, France (/ft—Movie actor Robert Mitchum said today it was either to be photographed with a buxom semi-nude British actress or Jump into the Mediterranean Sea. He didn't jump. "I had my back to the sea," the handsome Hollywood star told newsmen. "There was no place for me to go b ut to the water •• Mitchum played it suave and debonair a s he shrugged off his experience last Tuesday at a picnic held in connection with the annual Cannes film festival. "If a girl wants to have her picture made like that," he commented, it's none of my affair." The star of. the impromptu production was red-headed Simone Silva, a flashing-eyed, 85-year-old girl whose movie experience thus far has been mainly confined to siioporting roles in British films. Miss Silva—wearing a grass skirt and a scarf top— was poking for pictures on rock? near the sea during the picnic. Mitchum was called over to pose with her. "The photographers got down on their knees to plead with me to take the top off," she told newsmen in London last night. "As long as sex is box office I keep my figure, I'm'out to be th« sexiest thing oh two legs, So I took off the scarf." " In the mad scramble that followed. Miss Silva said, three photographers fell into the Mediterranean, a fourth broke his ankle and a fifth suffered a fractured elbow. Mitchum said he had heard nothing from his studio about the incident—and didn't expect to hear anything. Miss Silva left Cannes a day or two after the picnic. There were rumors—promptly denied by the actress when she arrived in London—that the festival officia-ls had asked her to lake he5 37-inch bust elsewhere. The actress told newsmen she wanted to go to Hollywood and had agreed to the photographers' re- ouest for publicity. Student Drives Car In Bedroom GRACEMONT, Okla. '.4V_A 52- year-old student driver mistook his reverse gear for his low gear yesterday, backed up 190 feet, 'and landed in the bedroom of a nearby home. Investigating officers said the ear of Earl Lee Carter of Ponca City zoomed backwards perfectly between two telephone poles, climbed up the porch of a residence, smashed through a door and window, and was stopped by two beds. Damage to the house was estimated at $500^-40 the car $25,—__. No one was injured: Can't Find Car But Must Meet CHICAGO Ml — A police squad car stopped Herbert Livrrmoro. 35. on a North Side street because he was running without lights. The officers decided he .should do no more driving that night. One poljcemsfn parked the car, handed Livermore the keys* wrote •down the location of the car on the back of his drivers' license, and put him aboard a homeward- bound bus. Livermore lost the license. He doesn't know the policeman's name. He can't find the car. He has combed the streets and alleys. Police won't put it on their stolen car list because he has no evidence it has been taken from the parking place. The insurance company won't honor a cJaim that it i s a stolen car, for the same reason. But he has to keep up payments to the finance company — or lose the_ car even if it should be found. is the story behind the ad Cops Took Payments in today's Chicago Tribune: "Police officer who parked my car Feb. 25, call Selley 2-5229. Reward." Serving Our Flag Wayne Kromi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kromi of Bolivar, has been elected first sergeant of Co. A, 1st Regt., Pershing Rifles, at Ohio Slate University where he is attending the College of Engineering.' Pershing Rifles is a military honorary which puts on drills and acts as honor guard at i m p o r- tant c a m pus functions, and serve as flag honor guards at , Kromi football games. Last year, Wayne, was a member of the crack drill team of the state meet at Kent State University. This year he will take part in the meet at Toledo University. He is a 1952 graduate of Bolivar High School. BOSTON UP!—Miss Patricia Kennedy, 28, daughter of former Ambassador and Mrs. Joseph P. Kennedy, willbe married to movie actor Peter Lawford, 31, on April 24 in New York City. Pope Makes 2nd Public Appearance •VATICAN CITY Oft—Pop*- Pius Xlt last night made his s*cond public appearance since becoming ill more than two months ago. Again he stood in the wiridow of his Vatican Palace apartment and blessed 50,000 worshipers kneeling in St. Peter'j Square below. The Pope's only other public appearance since a dangerous gastric ailment put him to bed Jan. 25 was on March 19. MONPAy, APftIL i f HM » PA6*1 Vote Of Senators t WASHINGTON (*! <~ Mow Ohio members of Congress were recorded as voting in recent roll calls: SENATE On passage, 72-8, of compromise bill reducing some excise taxes Vegetable Laxative is better for COHWWIOtf Vegetable laxatives are much better for you than harsh, jolting ones. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a pure- vegetable formula. They give you a complete cleaning out yet are so gentle. Olive Tablets give more 'natural-like' bowel movements. No griping! No purging! NO sudden inconvenience! Take one or two tonight to give complete satisfaction at the desired time in the morning. and continuing others at present rates. For, Bricker (R), Burke (t». On Monroney (T>-Okla) amendment providing commonwealth status, rather than statehood,, for Alaska and Hawaii, defeated 6044. Against, Bricker and Burke. On passage, 57-28, of bill providing statehood for Alaska and Hawaii. For, Burke, Against, Bricker. * * * Ul "BI SURE W. G. Immel Insuring INSURANCE 201% N. Ttisc. Ave. Everjon* Who Can Read, Read* a This Week's Bakery Special at ABERTH'S CHERRY BOSTON CREAM PIE Here is a tasty treat for the whole family. Rich custard filled Sponge Layer Cake topped with plump, red cherries. They will melt in your mouth. Buy several for only Aberth's Bakery New Philadelphia, 0. Qualifies For 6 Tries In Contest PIKEVILLE, Ky. (/Pi—Randall Wells, a Prestonsburg High School junior, has qualified for the state music festival as a baritone, a trombone soloist, a member of the male quartet, mixed quartet and brass sextet. SHATTUCK, Okla. UP)—Twenty- two years ago a man promised Walter E. Brown, "If I ever get the money I will send it to you." The man owed Brown $75 for gasoline and automobile repair' bills. Brown received a letter last week from the man. It contained $75. He didn't recall his "name or how much was owed. Dependent crippled children can become independent adults. Buy Easter Seals. Do You Know Whit This Is? "PERCHLORETHLENE" | PERCHLORETHLENE is the most expensive and J the best cleansing solvent on the market, and is the solvent used by us for dry ceaning. M-N^RY CLEANERS 225 Lincoln Ave. Ph.3-4653 Dover" GOOD NEWS FOR YOU! Congress Cuts LONG DISTANCE Telephone Taxes from 25% to 10% 60% reduction in excise tax! Now you can afford to use Long Distance more frequently than ever. Keep In touch with family, friends, associates. Set up business appointments. Sell old customers. Contact new ones. Buy at the right time and price. Long Distance SAVES you much more than it costs. And now it. costs less than ever. Take full and profitable advantage of this new reduction in tax. Call LONG DISTANCE often. 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