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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                The Associated Press Is The Exclusive News Service of The Reporter In Tusearawas County 24 Survivors Lifted From British Ship NEW YORK rescue ship today hauled aboard the first survivors from the storm battered British had wal lowed helplessly in mountain ous North Atlantic seas for over 24 The a Norwegian secured a line to the derelict shortly before 9 and removed three the Coast Guard re Four to six men still were re ported aboard the which was listing at 50 Other members of the 35man crew abandoned ship early Tuesday afternoon as sea water crept higher in her engine Their fate was not The Coast Guard Cutter Coos directing the search and rescue effort some 660 miles southeast of said two each with four or more persons had been sighted at The an Italian pas fenger was assigned to See Page 11 largest Circulation In Tnscarawas County DoverNew February 1964 HOME EDITION Serving Over FomiliM PHONE 42167 7 CENTS The best artist couldnt have painted a more appropriate sceene than this snapped this morning by Daily Reporter Photographer Bob Sprankle as he traveled Walnut OTHER REDISTRICTING WOULD FORCE IT Saxbe Sees Revision By 66 By Richard Zimmerman Reporter Columbus Bureau COLUMBUS Will the deci sion of the Supreme Court allowing federal courts to take action where congressional dis tricts have disproportionately large or small populations af fect the 16th District of Tuscara Stark and Wayne Counties Very thinks Ohio At torney General William Sax but probably not until at least But the change will not re sult because the 16th District is either disproportionately large or To Saxbes way of thinking it is well within the definition of what can be rea sonably called a fairly drawn congressional each Ohio district should contain when the population of Ohio in 1960 is divided by the 24 seats it is In 1960 the 16th District was listed as having a population of Pointing out that the Supreme Court admitted that perfect districtdrawing was im Saxbe thought that a reasonable difference in Ohio could amount to about But elsewhere at the present time there is as much differ ence as between Ohios largest district the Dayton area and its smallest district Fire Fund Battle Is Signaled State Jess Dempster D of Uhriehsville cited a threat to local rule and a move toward costly centralization following yesterdays first meeting of a General Assembly legislative study group probing the financ ing of police and firemen pen sion I predict the end of local ad ministration of fire and police pension funds by the end of the year when a bill for a state agency will be proposed to the 106th General Assembly unless there is drastic action by the Order of Police and Firemens Demp ster He added that there are 140 fire department pension funds and 268 individual police funds in Ohio and that 28 of these are now broke with several oth including Uhrichsville and Dennison on the verge of going At the funds are sup ported by a mandatory inside 3 tenths mill on each political sub divfskms tax duplicate and 4 per cent of each firemans and policemans he Under the these funds should never go Strasburg Scalded In Qii Critical List STRASBURG Carol daughter of and Fred Yenny of 439 Wooster is reported improved today in Canton Aultman Hos pital where she was taken last Thursday after scalding her legs while taking a Doctors will remove bandages today to determine ifsurgery is Yenny had just finished giving the youngster a bath and went to another room for cloth Carol reached up and turn ed on the hot She was taken lo Aultman where she went into shock and The child was taken off the critical list The state is required to provide onetenth of a mill on taxable property hi each subdi vision as a subsidy and each subdivision is required to con tribute from the general fund to meet pension A decrease in tax valuation and rising wages for police and firemen have created a mount ing financing As I see the way mem bers of the committee are talk ing indicates another centraliza tion with the resultant high ad ministrative At the administrative costs are Dempster cited where has been taken out of the citys general fund to meet pension A Cincinnati offi cial reportedly told the commit Pajre 11 ONTHE INSIDE t Around The World Dear Aibby Alvarez Crane Goren On Bridge Hospital News Obituaries Sports Television 21 Womens Pages Your most of southeastern This is why Saxbe thinks that there are sure to be some suits filed in Ohio based on the recent court And while the 16th District may not be direct ly the several redis tricting plans already suggested by setting off a chain of eventually affect the now served Frank Bow R of While lawyers and politicians here are still in a turmoil as how the decision will affect Saxbe and his 2 top aides sat down with this writer and predicted this possible timeta ble and change in Ohio can be done so fast in the courts as to have any effect on next Novembers elec in the meantime there will be pressure in Ohio for a special session of the legis lature to make Ohios districts more there is a special ses sion or even if the effort is not made until the next regular ses sion of the legislature in Janu ary of any change would not go into effect until the regu See Page 11 Dover Youths To Face Counts Tuscarawas County Juvenile Officer Harry Fisher said today that three 17yearold Dover High all found drinking beer 30 at Dinolfos Res taurant in will be charg ed as They will appear before Juve nile Judge Ralph Finley on charges filed by an agent for the Ohio Department of Liquor according to He said he contacted agent Walter Schump one of the men who made the who said he would file the delinquen cy The trio also will have to ap pear before the Ohio Liquor Commission as state witnesses for a hearing on the liquor per mit held by the The delinquency charges were prepared by Prosecutor Havlan Weathervane YESTERDAY High 38 Low 30 Elsewhere In High Low clear 43 22 cloudy 36 35 T snow 37 28 Los clear 75 57 clear 77 62 New snow 40 30 snow 38 30 snow 34 San clear 68 55 cloudy 38 33 TODAY 7 30 SNOW Last 24 hours 8 inches TOMORROW Sunrise High 30 Low 24 snow AT STRASBURG Council OKs Street Move STRASBURG Don Neiden Hugh Jack Corns and Wilbur representing Johns United Church of received approval of Vil lage Council at last nights meet ing to relocate a part of 6th The change will eliminate a curve in the road and provide more parking area for the The request now will be submitted to county commis who are responsible for making any approved Steve Jenei was awarded a See Page 11 Jaycees To Mark Progress By Plans to erect thermometer signs for the Community Im provement fund drive in Dover and New Phil adelphia squares Thursday and to host a 22club regional meet ing in April were made at last nights Dover Junior Chamber of Commerce The large plywood signs will record the CICs efforts to raise the needed capital to build a pilot plant for Bobbie Brooks and to insure future in dustrial Norbert Chase of District 21 state vice and Bill Abrams of Murray Banks Lecture Planned Plans were made at a com mittee1 meeting last night in Union Hospital for Murray of New York eminent lecturer to speak April 15 in Dover High The lecture is sponsored by the Tusearawas District and Ohio Nurses and the Dis trict Medical Society The committee comprises Glenn Jentes of Sheridan Bigler of New Phila delphia and Glenn Johns ton of representing the and Edgar Davis of the District 19 vice con ferred with Dover Dick and James on setting up the re gional Top state offi cers and candidates are expect ed to attend the which drew nearly 200 Jaycees to Do ver last The membership voted to co sponsor the annual Soap Box Derby again this year with the New Philadelphia Winter Deals Last Strike Several Tuscarawas County residents were lolling on the beaches under clear skies today with tern peratures hovering around the 80degree Miami that Those who stayed north for the were slushing around in 8 inches of snow under heavy skies and the thermometer chjlled in the low was the heaviest since inches fell within a 24hour period on This years previous high was 6 inches on New Years It all began around and by 9 last night it was ob vious that winter was making at least one more assault on the area before yielding to The weatherman predicts fur ther accumulation through to morrow via continous snow flur Just for comparisons sake and for those who rei lember the big snow back the heaviest snowfall v a 24 hour period in recent years was inches on On there were The besides canceling a number of closed Tus carawas Gnad Strasburg and Stone 3reek New Ulir Dennison and Port Washington students were in Buses ran a little be dind schedule and 2 got stuck on Dover but finally made One bus from Union Local was stopped by drifted county Dover Josephs and New Philadelphia Sacred Heart pu pils already had the day off be cause of a teachers State patrolmen and sheriff deputies report most county roads Main high ways in the area are slippery but township and city crews were on the job most of the night attempting to keep on top of the mounting No damage nor serious outages were reported by General Tele phone or Ohio Power officials due to the In New a water main broke on Tuscarawas NW near Emmett making a slick problem for repair Dover Service Director Ream said crews began plow ing streets at 10 last night and sidewalks at 5 Similar ac tivities kept New Philadelphia and and New area comerstown clubs Chevrolet Chase addressed the group and reviewed numerous Jaycee activities on the state and national urging in creased participation by local In other the club voted a donation and participation in the inter city club meeting March 16 at Masonic Temple when the 10 YMOA who set a world mark for the 50 mile relay will be The Junior Olympic program was approved as a project again this Conducting the an nual Halloween parade was re ferred to the board of directors for Bruce gave a progress report on the March 10 Distinguished Service Aware presentation and Bosses Nighl workmen out all Reiser of New Philadel area report ed the water content of the 8 inches was of an Over night low was 30 which See Page 2 Phila Businessman Injured In Crash John Jack LaFountaine of 917 Kelly New was to be released at noon today from Josephs Hospital at where he was taken Mon day night following a 2car col lision near According to his La Fountaine suffered broken broken finger and body cuts and Alone in the he was on his way from Parkersburg to returning from a busi ness He is associated with his father in operating LaFoun taines 5 10 Variety Store in New LaFountaines wife and father went to the hospital Monday night and will drive him back this Reporter Columnist Special Women Events Planned for 796465 VIinter Season A series of lectures by Daily Reporter in addition to home shows specifically for women was announced last night at a publicity clinic held in Dover Public Library au Despite the heavy 90 representatives of various Dover womens organizations and PTA units attended the 2hour one of a series being held throughout the George Abigail Dear Abby Van James Heloise Cruse and Drew Pearson are among those The Daily Reporter is endeavoring to schedule for appearances during the 196465 winter Under consideration are such shows as home furnishings and floral ar A hand poll of those present last night was taken by General Manager James Loner gan to ascertain the popularity of the various Womens Editor Juanita Abel and Editor Harry Yockey spoke during the which was in charge of Roger the newspapers pro motion Publicity book lets provided by Sperry Hutchison were distributed and refreshments followed the pro gram with Lonergan pre Women like to be whether it is dress or home Editor Yock ey pointed Keeping this in The Daily Reporter will endeavor to be by bringing women readers articles tuned to their daily living and In of we will continue to give their respective organizations the to on newspaper representation which they are Abel concentrated preparation of giving a number of suggestions for pre paring news releases and re ports on meetings and She stressed com pleteness of addresses and dales and outlined See Page 10 A 12inch water line broke early this morning in New Philadelphia and flooded several blocks of Tuscarawas mostly in Shown at the break site at Emmet NW and Tuscara was are New Philadelphia Water Depart ment Noble Sherrard left and employes Richard Wood and Jack Luckily the break hasnt affected anyones water Sherrard The break probably occurred about but exact cause of the break is unknown thus Ruby Jury Picks Remain Negative By MORIN DALLAS AP Two more jury candidates in Jack Rubys murder trial were excused to day when they said they would not vote the death penalty for him if he is They were the fifth and sixth to be No jurors have been seated The two were Richard a purchasing agent and Jesse a fore Henry inhis usual introduction to questioning a prospective Firm Is Incorporated Secretary of Slate Ted Brown today announced granting of incorporation papers for Hotel D to David and ffellf said he s ann lltfmlv tlisfr said the state would ask that Ruby be executed in the elec trie and he asked both candidates whether you religious or conscientious scru ples against voting the death Both said they do Rubys chief defense Melvin said he wished to make a permanent objection to excusing jurors on that they would not re turn a verdict of the death pen This leaves us with a panel only of those with an affirma tive state of mind on the death Belli Wade had told reporters that Judge Joe Brown and de fense and state lawyers agreed before court today that if a jury cannot be obtained from the current panel of 750 plus 150 designated specifically for the Ruby trial a new panel will be convened next Normal jury duty in Dallas is for one Thus the court would dismiss those called for this week and start afresh with a new group of probably 650 prospective After the first four prospec five two men and two were dismissed Robert Pietro of They and their and Philip Pietro Monday an nounced purchase of the Heart Fund Gets In the Heart Fund balloon sales to the TriHyY in and utterly convinced that jury cannot be had DAY BRIGHTENER No matter how flat your Dover raised and the Stitch versation a woman always Stew 4Hers received S165 in likes to have it contributions at New   

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