The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on December 21, 1963 · Page 44
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The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 44

Dover, Ohio
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Saturday, December 21, 1963
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28, The Daily Reporter, Dover, Ohio Salary, Dec, 21,1963 By DAILY REPORTER STAFF , %%s% ''••>«• / %. j pRANKFURT, Germany _ West Germany's largest war crimes in, n 7 til 9? !? C r e "j d Until DeC ' 30 " aftcr P^^nary question- (tn • D' defendants - most of them former SS Elite Guard men. W.lhelm Boger, chief of the intelligence system at the Nazis notorious Auschwitz concentration camp, said in an opening-day statement Friday he will not testify about atrocities. "I will be silent because I want to survive this trial," said Boger, who has been described by the prosecution as one of the'most brutal members of the Auschwitz administration. ---Deaths SCHENECTADY, N.Y. (AP) —John Bellamy Taylor, who pioneered in engineering research to make sound visible and light audible, died Friday at the age of 88. ZANESVILLE, Ohio (AP) — Cancer has taken the life of 18- year-old John Sulsberger, whose coach at Ohio State University this fall called him the finest freshman prospect to bolster next years varsity football line. AKRON, Ohio (AP)-Charles K. Lindsay, who was Jack Benny's childhood violin teacher, died Friday in his Cuyahoga Falls home. Lindsay, 82, was a native of Waukegan, 111. He gave lessons twice a week for three years to Benny Kubelsky, who is known now to television audiences as Jack Benny. Lindsay came to Cuyahoga Falls to live 23 years ago. LA JOLLA, Calif. (AP)—The Rt. Rev. William P. Remington, H retired suffragen Episcopal of Pennsylvania, died Thursday from infirmities of age. Bishop Remington was former suffra- gen bishop of South Dakota and served as missionary bishop of the Eastern Oregon from 1923 until he went to Philadelphia in 1945 to become suffragen bishop of Pennsylvania. He was born in Philadelphia. DES MOINES (AP)-William J. Goodwin, 85, long prominent in Des Moines banking, Iowa clay-products manufacturing and Republican politics, died Thursday. Goodwin had suffered from Parkinson's disease in recent years. TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - James Arthur Griffin Jr., 59, retired associate business manager of the Chicago Sun-Times and a member of The Tampa Tribune Co. board of directors, died Thursday. He was born in Tampa. VENNA, Austria (AP)— Medar Shtylla, 56, French - educated chairman of Communist Albania's National Assembly, died Friday in Tirana of a heart attack, the Albanian radio reported. NICOSIA, Cyprus-Police opened fire on Turkish Cyprlot students Business & Labor DETROIT (AP)-Lee Rubber & Tire Corp.'s Republic Rubber Division of Youngstown, Ohio, is the latest acquisition of Aero- quip Corp. of Jackson, Mich. Aeroquip announced the acquisition Friday for an estimated $5.5 million. It now has nine plants in the United States, one in Toronto, Ont., and two in Germany. CLEVELAND-Definite plans for developing a multimillion- dollar open-pit beryllium ore mine near the Topaz Mountains in west central Utah are announced by Cleveland's Brush Beryllium Co. A mill costing several million dollars more will be built in Utah to process ore. MONTREAL - International Air Transport Association headquarters announces complete agreement by its member airlines on transatlantic cargo r;.Je cuts averaging 15 to 20 per cent, starting April 1. The announcement says the agreement was reached ir. Miami, Fla., by representatives of 31 airlines from 21 nations after a series of day- and-night meetings started TV..*, n Friday. The blaze was the largest of more than 25 fought by Dayton area firemen in the past two days. ABERDEEN, S. D. - Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fischer will take the last 2 of their quintuplet babies home from St. Luke's Hospital today. The babies, born Sept. 14, will join the lone boy, James Andrew, and 2 other girls who went home In recent weeks. The last to leave the nursery are Mary Ann, the tiniest, and Mary Catherine. The Fischers have 5 other children. HOLLYWOOD - Actor Jack Webb, the tough detective of television's "Dragnet," has lost "is job as. television production chief at Warner Bros, studio, his attorney said yesterday. "It looks like my client has a 2- year vacation with pay coming, which is a pretty nice Christmas present," Jacob Shearer said,. KANSAS CITY - Former President and Mrs. Harry S. Truman left yesterday by train for New York to spend Christmas They will visit their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Daniel and their three grandchildren. With them was Mrs George P. Wallace, Mrs Truman's sister-in-law. Globe Trotting . CARACAS, Venezuela - Police said yesterday they have captured the pro-Communist terrorist leader of Bolivar, Venezuela's largest state. He was identified as Jose Grisel Somoza, who used the name of Jose Montenegro. Police said he had been posin» as a dentist but was the leader of Bolivar's state detachment of the Armed Forces of National Liberation. SAIGON - Two American aviators were killed yesterday in the fifth fatal crash of U.S. planesin Viet N a m in 2 weeks. An American spokesman Mid a light L19-typc spotter plane was taking off at Soe Trang Airfield in the Mekong Delta when it crashed. It apparently got loo feet up and then fell into paddyficlds, exploding on impact. HALIFAX, N/ S. - At least 10 persons perished and 2 are ttiissing after a blizzard with hurricane force pounded at Newfoundland yesterday and left the maritime provinces virtually paralyzed. Winds that reached a force of 100 miles an hour in gusts caused mountainous seas. CAIRO — Premier Chou En-lai of Red China declared yesterday Peking's rift with Moscow was not permanent and, showing a new face to his Egyptian hosts, denounced the assassination of President Kennedy. "Assassination is a most reprehensible and depicable act," Chou said in response to a question from an American correspondent. NEW DELHI, India (API-Prime Minister Nehru denied today a Communist contention that U.S. warships sailing in the Indian Ocean would affect India's policy of nonalignment. "It is wrong to suggest that any cruising in the Indian Ocean by ships of the U.S. 7th Fleet would threaten our freedom or imperil our policy of nonalignment," he told Parliament in reply to attacks by leftists on the proposal being considered by Washington. ATHENS, Greece (AP)— Greece will stay in the Western camp but also will seek friends among the Communist nations. Premier George Papandreou said Friday night. In a policy, speech to Parliament, Papandreou said his government will cut taxes, raise salaries and provide free education. He hopes to finance the — _ program through Increased national income. BRAZZAVILLE, Congo Repuib. lie, Alphonse Massamba-Debat, 42-year-old former teacher, Is the new president of this former French colony on the Congo Riv- cr. He was unopposed in Thursday's election. Massamba-Debat had headed the provisional government since president Abbe Fulbcrl Youlou was toppled in a coup d'etat last' August. TOKYO (AP) - Prime Minister Hayato Ikeda's government today outlined a record $9.074,000,000 budget for the 1964 fiscal year. The budget is 14.6 per cent higher than the 1963 budget for the fiscal year ending March 31, 1954. Cold Halts Carolers DENNISON — Girl Scouts attempted to go Christmas caroling last night, but after braving the cold at 2 stops decided to wait until Sunday afternoon. They returned to the home of their leader, Mrs. William McPeck of 221 N. 2nd St. for a Christmas exchange and pizza party. Mrs. McPeck was assisted by Dorothy Mercer in serving pizza to 17 girls. Yule Bulbs Stolen Theft of light bulbs from Christmas decorations was reported to New Philadelphia police at 8:50 last night by em- ployes of Maxwell Nursing Home on S. Broadway. Held To Grand Jury Terrence L. Toolan, 19. o! Canton was bound over to the Grand Jury under $1,000 bond on a non-support charge filed by Judi Hoopingardner of 99 N. Tuscarawas Ave., Dover. Toolao waived a preliminary hearing. : "" "' * canon, tie nopes to finance the w - f^^^^^^^^^^^^^..^^^^, I TlfWIRELLO'S 'OVER MARKET Dec. 2. NEW YORK-General Electric Co. said yesterday it has agreed to pay about $75 million in set- tlement of suit losses arising out of the electrical antitrust conspiracy case. CLEVELAND - A new cold- rolled strip mill operation will begin in Cleveland for Solar Steel Corp. soon after Jan. l. Production capacity of 3,000 tons per month will be provided at 4014 E. 116th St., where a building is being converted for the new work. This will replace the company's present Michigan operations. Government WASHINGTON - The Senate passed a bill yesterday providing for creation of a National Arts Foundation to make federal matching grants to the states and non-profit professional groups to encourage the arts. Approved by voice vote with only 8 senators on the floor, the measure now goes to the House. It authorizes federal grants of up to $5 million in the current fiscal year, ending June 30, and of $1 million in each fiscal year thereafter. Miscellaneous DAYTON, Ohio (AP) _ Fire did an estimated $150,000 damage to a huge barn, built in 1813 and used recently for parties, in suburban Fairborn 308 N. Tusc. Ave. a | DELICIOUS^SUNBEAM I [FRUITCAKE 8 $ 8 (Across from YMCA) Dover, Ohio 3 Ib. $1.85 SH $ I § § I ii 8 8 8 .8 1 i! 8 8 8 I 8 8 8 I 8 I 8 13 YES-YES COOKIES Every Day «Q , LowPric.s 3i)G box SHURFINE GOLDEN BANTAM WHOLE KERNEL CORN BROWN & SERVE ROLLS Pkg. of 12 FREE with a $10.00 Order MARASCHINO RED CHERRIES FOOD KING" ML£ SHURFIN! 3 CD / ' fH ' . i¥fii$& • ^^•^^ > • • • m MESSING .. quart jar 39c 46 oz. cans KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CHAMPAGNE & WINE WE HAVE THE MIXES AND ALL THE POPULAR BRANDS OF BEER AT POPULAR PRICES, COOLED BY THE CASE AT NO EXTRA CHARGE __ * WE HAVE MISTLETOE + ' ' ' < "****"**^ —1 ^^^BPBB MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR

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