The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on November 7, 1964 · Page 6
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November 7, 1964

The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 6

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Pap I, Tk D^ top«t<«r, Dim, Ohio fcMry, *•*. 7. IM4 Funnier Facts From This Week's News ftfflf AMAPOf .198 MM TflncMk t«itM» ..*». ...iflfc t*^ A—_*—_'• *_ _«i, •_ _ . __• • • .*_ _»• *»._^-._«_ *»__ *!..,._ .^...AkinAc**?* INDIANAPOLIS - Those who saw it happen at the South Grove Golf Course last week nominated the man as the "most henpecked husband" they had seen. The fellow got out of car driven by his wife, removed his clubs, then a stroller and then a baby about 8 months old. And away he went, stroking the ball and pushing the stroller with the baby in it down the fairways. Just about the time he finished the first 9, his wife pulled up. He placed baby, stoller and clubs back in the car, and away they drove. RALEIGH, N.C. - Automation took over in assigning dance dates at the recent Engineers Ball held at North Carolina State University here. The couples were chosen entirely by computers, with young man and lady being paired off, not only by size and appearance, but by likes, dislikes, hobbies, and so forth. LONDON — Jeanette Houseley, 41-year-old housewife, was awarded $4,480 in damages by a local court on her claim she lost her sense of smell in an auto accident. In her suit/she maintained that her family suffered from the fact that she now has difficulty cooking the dishes they formerly liked. SWALLOWFIELD, England- Farmer Harry Vickery turned into a modern Noah in moving his farm. He hired a 40-car train to move everything but the earth—livestock, machinery, etc.—about 190 miles to Launceston. It cost him $2,800. WASHINGTON - Army Secretary picked the classroom theme of Gary L. Woods, 9, an Armada, Mich., 4th-grader, as the most enjoyable account on how to succeed in the Army. _Gary wrote: "In the Army ... you will be trained to climb rope, dig holes, shoot guns, cannons, tanks and bazookas. You will be feed well you will be feed beans, potatos, carrots and soforth ... You win be taught'to go threw barb wire fences without getting cuahgt or cut. You WU1 be taught to chin- ny up trees crawl threw tunels as small as swer pipe. "Then at last you are a gen- ral." BALLINGER, Tex. — Ledger editorial: "Some men think they are gentlemen, just because they prefer blondes." SPARTA, HI. — News-Plain- dealer editorial: "Be a patient pedestrian—avoid being a pedestrian patient." (Editor's Mte: Fdtowtag *re sane ef the better stories cem- tog frtn the receot petttieal campaign.) CORNING, N.Y. - The owners and editors of The Leader, local 16,000-drculation newspaper, could not agree on which presidential candidate to select, so the paper ran endorsements for both Goldwater and Johnson. EVANSVILLE, Ind. •- One precinct polling place here was located in the Ross Theatre, and as a result came up with an appropriate advertisement for the occasion, shown on the marquee: "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World." INDIANAPOLIS — A man called one of the newspapers to ask in what precinct he should vote. He said he lived in a certain block on Broadway, but he did not know the house number. "It's on the righthand going out," he stated, with regard to his home, "and on the lefthand side coming back." MARIETTA, 0. — On Gold- INDIAN FEDERAL AND VILLAGE SAVINGS LOAN More and more area youngsters •re making this Statement . . . because more and more parents are opening ae- •ounta for the children at Indian Village Federal. How about yours? 12lb.«3 water's .whistle-stop through the these .....v~..~~. Midwest, the train pulled out of «v/hy do you ask?" she de- one station without warning, leaving several members of the security force behind. Immediately newsmen on board came up with one of the best parodies on Goldwater's famous slogan: "In our hearts," they chanted, "we know they're left." CHATTANOOGA, T e n n.— President Lyndon B. Johnson reversed a familiar custom when he came upon a rather recalcitrant young child. He pointed to his cheek and said, "Kiss me." But the toddler would have none of it. While photographers waited, Johnson again pointed to his cheek and asked the youngster lo give him a buss. No luck. So Mr. President simply leaned down, picked up the child and planted a big smooch on the little one's cheek. INDIANAPOLIS — A man leaving the voting place on East 34th St. asked a lady pollworker: "Who is in charge of OEA Survey Shows Strong Tax Opposition COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)-The Ohio Education Association says an unofficial survey of election results shows school districts in Ohio met strong opposition in a bid to win voters approval of additional tax levies. The OEA said Friday its survey indicates that of the 211 issues on the ballot in Ohio's city, exempted village and local school districts, only 142, or 67.2 per cent, won voter approval. All 211 issues called for increased taxes. The renewal of existing mill- age won strong support with 99.4 per cent of the 199 issues approved. Niles was the only city to reject renewal of existing millage. It voted against 1.9 mills of existing millage along with 5.5 new mills. Of all tax levies submitted in the state, including renewals, additional millage and combinations of the two, Ohioans approved 84.7 per cent, a slight drop from the 88.4 per cent approval given school levies at the Nov. 7, 1963 general election. The OEA said that of the 118 school bond issues submitted only 79, or 66.9 per cent, won approval. The bond issues approved represented $122,470,936 in money for new buildings or additions to existing structures. Largest of the bond issues approved was $34.6 million issues in Columbus. MON.-TUES.-W Give* WiA Ta« LarfMt Dry Whmen May Chin Tvkcjri She was itm ttartng after torn jfl she diwppewed through SPECIALS MON.-TUES.-WEDS—THURS. 3 TROUSERS SKIRTS (n SWEATERS _— OR39cEA (Plain) SUITS W. Third 1 Tim. Av«. Phone 3-5S23 OPEN 7 AJI.-« P.M. C DATS A WEEK Dover 99c O«« BOW Mayor John Studer, always interested in the affairs of the soldiers of World War One, has proclaimed November 9lh. IOth and 11th as Buddy Poppy Days He is pictured in the photograph above buying the first poppy frorn a member of the Jonattion Hare Barracks of World War One Veterans. Others ir mander Albert Feller and Adjutant J rhe sale of the Buddy Poppy was or ginated by the Veterans of World War One. it being symbolic of the poppies that grow in Flanders Field where so many of their Buddies fell and were buried. Lotto Proposes GOP Chairman WASHINGTON (AP) - Rep. Delbert Latta, R-Obio, has proposed that Ohio Republican Chairman Ray C. Bliss be made GOP National Chairman. Latta said in a statement Friday that "pros" should now take over the GOP National Committee and the policy of changing chairmen with each presidential election should be abandoned." The proceeds will be used to furth War One Veterans, their widows and monies raised will be used judicious members of the Barracks. In Flanders Field the poppi g grow Between the crosses row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still brave.y eing.ng, Scarce heard amid the gum below. We are the Dead. Short davt We lived, felt dawn an.' sunset glow. Love and were loved, and mw we lit In Plunder* Field. Take up your quarrel with the foe; To you from failing hand* ve throw in Straiburg, the picture are Com- iseph Harrigan. >r the causes of World orphans, therefore all y by the officers and The torch; be yours to hold H ye break faith with u\wlo die We shal' not Bleep though p>ppie, grow in Plunder* Field, '•..,. By John IfcCrae thiyk.

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