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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                The Reporters Outstanding Lineup Of Features Yours For The Reading 20 HOME EDITION largest Circulation In Toscarawas County DoverNew January 1964 Serving Over Familial PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Strasburc Fire Fought For 2 Hours STRASBURG Eighteen Vol unteer firemen spent 2 hours Thursday fighting a fire which heavily damaged the living quar ters of the Charles Arter family at the rear of Cindys Restau rant on Route 21 just north of The which originated about In a clothes according to wreaked havoc in all of the Ar ters quarters but the recreation Several an of living room and bathroom were The operated by the also was smoke dam aged and will be closed until Sun The worst thing about the fire is that our lost all of his trophies and they cant be Arter The is a wellknown accordionist who has won state and national honors and was See Page 2 Worldwide Pact Is Urged Studies Soviet Peace Proposal Strasburg firemen inspect damage to the Charles Arter residence gut ted Thursday Firemen inspect internal walls in the burnedout One is at the left and the other with in the wall at the Preparations In Last Stage For Popes Trip Associated Press Writer VATICAN CITY AP Pope Paul VI came today to the eve of his historymaking pilgrim age to the Holy Throughout the last minute details the papal trip were being attended At Romes Fiumicino the new fourengine DCS that will carry the Pope to Saturday was readied for its final test The Jordanians hung the an cient walls of Jerusalems Old City with Jordans gov ernment called out a fourth of its security including two brigades of tough desert to patrol the papal In the Israeli sector of Jeru yellow and white Vati can flags were mingled along main streets with Israels blue and white Star of David Police Minister Bechor Shitrit See Page 2 Budget Unit Asks Itemized Review By Health Board By Joe Woerdemart Daily Reporter Staff Writer The Tuscarawas County Budget Commission yesterday de cided to return a proposed 1964 budget to the County Health asking that it be more specifically That being the commis 4 Are Injured In Collision Near Midvale Three persons were hospital another injured and one driver is expected to be cited in a headon autopickup truck acci dent on County Road south of at yester It was one of 6 accidents investigated by state patrolmen within the last 24 Listed as fair in Twin City Hospital are Harold of driver of the who suffered a skull fracture Fred a who received a fractured left and Willid of a passenger in the suffered a fractured left All had multiple body and face lacerations and contu According to Goudy lost control of his car on an icy spot in the road and skidded into the oncoming driven by Marion of Bow The younger Holloway was treated at Twin City Hospi tal for knee and arm All were taken to the hospital in a UhrichHostettler One accident on Route east of Route led to another at the same spot yesterday at 3 and 2 young drivers and father of one were ticketed for court Gary of RD Min eral was cited for driving left of center after his car skid ded and slammed into a vehicle driven by Arden Moore of Garber sustained knee While patrolmen were investi Sting the vehicle iven by John of East Weathervane YESTERDAY High 37 Low 33 Elsewhere In High Low clear 57 31 cloudy 43 39 clear 38 34 Los clear M M cloudy 63 54 New clear 37 37 clear 34 M clear 68 44 San clear 63 48 clear 48 34 TODAY 7 35 SNOW Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 38 Low 2834 Forecast Fair and Girls Dash brings Help or Grandma Tax Dispute Meeting Set County officials have agreed to meet with Canton officials Tuesday at 1 in Canton to discuss a possible settlement oi problems arising from the recenl tax exemption granted to Canton Waterworks Department on lane owned in Tuscarawas telephone conversation to Morgan assist ant city solicitor of who presented Cantons appeal to the Board of Tax and Treasurer Victor Martinelli agreed on the Previously Assistant Prosecu tor James who is acting as legal counsel for the had informed Martinelli he would A little girl galvanized shop pers in Dovers business district yesterday afternoon into shocked No one who saw the face of panicstricken Gloria Gay as she ran down the street tosummon her parents will forget it for a long Gloria had been shopping with her Myrtle of 413 Tus carawas as they were leaving a shoe store at 219 3rd Swinderman fell un and struck her head against a Gloria bent to help her grand who lay Then the girl raced to the VFW on Cherry for her and Robert Swinderman of 434 Race They were at the stricken womans side in minutes and then police and fire men The later adminis tered oxygen and after Swinderman became conscious she was taken to Union Hospital in a Meese Today moth er of Dover High basket ball and former school board member and city recreation is listed as Cause of her illness has not been sion said it will then call for a special meeting with the board to attempt a satisfactory solution to the financial problems which the board contends it faces in the present Action of the budget commis composed of Auditor Don ald Treasurer Victor Martinelli and Prosecutor Harlan followed receipt of a let dated from Les lie board of health announcing a 6area cutback in county health services beginning if approxi mately in additional funds are not allowed in the 1964 budg The commission had been caught by surprise by the boards proposed drastic cut especially since the pro posed 1964 budget had not been disapproved by The budget was approved by the health board on but the budget commission did not receive it until Martinelli said yesterday he could not understand why the board had submitted such a budget which estimated 1964 ex penditures at and re ceipts at with a differ ence at Kinsey and Spies agreed that the seemed to correspond very closely to the additional sum which could have been an ticipated by the health board had the additional 2tenths mill levy for operating expenses not been rejected by the county in the 5 The at the same voted for the renewal of a 3 tenths mill operating levy which last year provided the health dis trict with an estimated See Page 2 Death Claims Union Leader Raymond operator of Ideal Distributing at Roswell and internation al president of the ber Metal Polishers Internation al Union and national second vice president of the Metal Trades Council of died Thursday in Union Hospital fol lowing a lengthy Born in New a son of the late Henry and Alice Grimm he resided in Cleveland for a number of Since 1948 he has main tained a union office in Cincin See Page 2 Barry Goldwater Arizona is expected to make official today plans to run for the GOP Presidential nomina New York Nelson Rocke feller above already has avowed his Goldwater To Make Twin Declaration Baltic Man Released Daniel Kinsey of Baltic was re leased following a hearing yes terday ia Central County District Court on nonsupport of I chil Kinsey told Judge Clar ence Ferrell that because of a back injury he had been unable 2 Brothers Draw Fines Raymond and Walter brothers of RD New Philadel were each fined and costs and sentenced to 3 days in jail yesterday on petty larceny New Philadelphia Mayor Jo seph Pritz handed down the sen tence with this admonition Ive treated you lenient this but dont make the mistake of show ing up in my court was charged with theft of gasoline from a truck owned by Packer Wednesday who at first pleaded not guil ty and switched to was charged with taking a Salvation Army fund canister at Barneys Tavern the same Investigation of the latter in cident led to discovery of the News Briefs Income Tax Time Again As you the season for filing 1963 Federal Income Tax returns is now with In an effort to give assistance to area an Internal Rev enue agent will be available to answer questions at the Miracle Lane Plaza office on Fridays from to 5 during the filing Telephone as sistance may be obtained by calling The annual Income Tax School will be held at 7 in Canton Lincoln High The public is invited to attend with no admis sion and those who plan to assist others in the prepara tion of individual tax returns are especially urged to By MEARS Associated Press Writer Barry name means conservatism across declare himself a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination a source close to the Arizona lawmaker At the same the Gold water associate the sena tor will announce plans to file for his thirdSenate Goldwater will make his twin declarations at a private meet ing with Arizona Republican leaders and a patio news con ference at his hill side home overlooking The senator said to feel he must formally enter the pres idential race because of the groundswell of support and the hundreds of thousands of cam paign dollars raised by his con servative followers across the Johnson Budget Shy Of Estimate accompany him to Canton or i to work now cannot find the WASHINGTON AP The Agriculture Department has ap proved an application by the Continental Grain for an ex port subsidy on bush els of Durum type wheat for sale presumably to the Soviet The wheat will come from surplus government JOHNSON President Johnsons new budget will be in the neighborhood of a record but he hopes to cut red ink spending below the current The budget estimate for fiscal disclosed Thursday night by a White House is less than it will be a new peak for government Soon after taking office John son suggested he would have difficulty keeping the spending total below billion or He blamed unavoidable increases already authorized by The reduced figure is in keep ing with the economy drive he has called for since Balanced against the bil lion spending total for the gov ernment year that begins July 1 DAY BRIGHTENER If the shoe its about two sizes too big for will be forecast revenues of more than Johnson will tell Congress that revenues on this scale are dependent on early enactment of an bil lion tax cut retroactive to The combination of Johnsons spending and revenue predic tions would yield an indicated deficit of less than A year the late President John Kennedy recommended fiscal 1964 spending of bil new Kennedy fore cast revenues of billion See Page 2 ON THE INSIDE I But the source said Goldwa ter plans to hang onto the in surance of another Senate Filing deadline for the Arizona primary is July days before the GOP National Con vention opens in San Francisco to choose the partys presiden tial standard Goldwater called 27 top Arizo na Republicans to his Phoenix home to tell them of his After he talks to them in his spacious hell hobble to the patio to tell the naition his The private gathering was scheduled for 11 Moun tain Standard the outdoor news conference a half hour lat Goldwaters right foot is still in a cast after surgery to re move a calcium deposit from his Should Goldwater capture the presidential the source he would withdraw from the senatorial Arizona Robert Pickrell has ruled Goldwater could run for both But the senator has said re peatedly he will When then Lyndon Johnson ran for both the vice presidency anc the Senate in Goldwater accused him of political trick Word of Goldwaters plans confirmed what political odds makers had assumed all along the senator would carr his conservative banner into the race for the White Agreements In Territorial Disputes Is Aim By JOHN HIGHTOWER AP Diplomatic Writer WASHINGTON AP Top officials began a careful study today of a reported new proposal from Soviet Premier Khrushchev for a worldwide pact pledging peaceful settle ment of international disputes over The proposal was made by the Soviet leader in messages Thursday to President Johnson and other world Secre tary of State Dean Rusk said while it was being translated into English that in its empha sis peaceful settlement it seemed to be in line with a long established Rusk said the 21page mes sage would be carefully President Johnston is get ting a complete text delivered to him at his ranch in The message evidently is part of the Soviet peace offensive which Khrushchev undertook with the beginning of the new This parallels a peace drive opened this week by John son with a call for break throughs toward East West Rusk told a news conference hursday that the United States vill begin work shortly with the Allied governments principally nterested in German issues See Pagre 2 lelwick Gets Contract At Strasburg STRASBURG Maurice Hel who has been superinten dent of the local school system 13 was given another 4 year until July when the Board of Education met last He was superin tendent of the Stone Creek schools for 9 years prior to com ing Helwick was instructed to con tact the Powers Heating to reset calibration in the different classrooms for uniform In other action by the Walter Hafner was reelected president and William Patton was named vice Jack Corns was selected as The second Tusesday of each month at 7 wasset as the meeting A policy was adopted requir ing all male teachers to wear a tie and coat during the winter class periods and a shirt and tie during the Other members attending in eluded the 2 new Rob ert Preitag and Fred and Jack A special meeting was set for 11 at 9 Bartolas Overruled In Permit Squabble Byron operator of i contrary to Around The World Dear Abby Doctor Writes Crane Churches Goren On Bridge Horoscope News Sports Television 17 Womens Pages Barneys Tavern in New Phila was overruled Thursday in his motion to vacate the judg ment and final order of 18 by Common Pleas up holding a previous order by the Ohio Liquor Control Commis suspending his D2 and D3 licenses for 100 Common Pleas Judge Lamneck overruled the motion on the courts finding that it was not well Through his counsel on 27 in his argu ed that the Common Pleas Court order of 18 had been based on insufficient evidence and was After taking the motion under Lamneck yesterday delivered a 5Vipage The issue in this Lam neck is not whether this court would find the same facts to exist as the commission if the court had heard the oral testimony of the but the issue is whether or not the finding of the commission is sup ported by probative and substantial The testimony of the minor girl being i and the judge de See PaSe 8   

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