Dover Daily Reporter, February 20, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter

February 20, 1964

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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - February 20, 1964, Dover, Ohio Dover Natives Have Cagers In Tourney Windup Tonight... .See Page IS County-Wide Photo And News Coverage Is A 24-Hour A Day Job VOL. 60. NO. 188.    28    PAGES. HOME EDITION Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Thursday, February 20, 1964 Serving Over 10,700 Familie* PHONE 4-2167 7 CLMSCommissioners Ink CIO Document Ruby Jury Rejections Now At 21 By REUMAN MORIN DALLAS (AP) — Five more prospective jurors in the Jack Ruby murder case were dismissed for cause in rapid order today. This brought to 21 the total of jury candidates who have been rejected. Candidate No. 22 was excused because of illness. After the 19th rejection, Melvin Belli, chief defense counsel, renewed his motion that the trial be moved to another Texas city. Dist. Judge Joe B. Brown turned him down again. As the third day continued in an effort to assemble a jury, there still was not a single juror for the trial of the man who killed Lee Harvey Oswald, accused assassin of President John F. Kennedy. Of the first five prospects struck from the list today, two women and a man said they cannot return a verdict of death in the electric chair. Another man said he cannot be convinced that Ruby wras insane when he gunned down Oswald. And another woman said she had an opinion as to Ruby’s guilt or innocence. "You can’t find a city with finer men af integrity than in Dallas. They are men of fam- See RUBY, Pace 2 Principals at this morning's signing of a resolution diving the OIC the "green light" for industrial promotion are: SEATED — Commissioners Delmar Boer, (left), Jacob Dummermuth and Dick Demuth. STANDING — Atty. James Stephenson, (left), who represented the GIC in working out tho 9-pago legal document, and Richard Roo, OIC president. Tuscarawas County Commissioners. by signing a lengthy 9-page legal document this morning, have activated machinery for commercial, industrial, cultural and other areas of development in the county. The 4-part resolution includes: (1)—Approval of the 6 elected county officials as members of the board of directors of the Community Improvement Corp. of Tuscarawas County. (2)—Naming of CIC as the county’.' agent for promoting industrial and business growth. (3)—Authorizing sale of 5.11 acres of land at the Children’s Home site on S. Tuscarawas Ave., Dover, for $5,110. (4)—Providing the CIC with an option ($10 payment) for 2 years on another 7.53 acres at the site for $26,400. The document, which sets a precedent under the new section of the Ohio Revised Code, effective last Oct. IO, represents the combined efforts of 3 attorneys, James Patrick, assistant prosecutor and counsel for the commissioners:    James    Stephenson for the CIC and Donald Zimmerman for the Lawyers’ Title Insurance Co. of Maryland. Purchase of the 5.11 acres insures an early start on the pro- Signing Is Closing Step For Income Tax Measure Mail Carriers To Tole 'Bomb' For Bad Dogs By JOE HALL WASHINGTON (AP) - An $11.5-billion tax cut, largest in the nation’s history, is ready for the final formalities expected to put more money into the pockets of BO million American taxpayers by mid-March. Senate and House conferees completed work on the 400-page measure Wednesday. The House is expected to pass the compromise bill next Tuesday, with Senate action coming either the same day or next Wednesday. Little opposition is anticipated. President Johnson is then expected to sign the bill early the following week. Hie first effects of the bill will come in reduced The new aerosol bombs the Post Office Department announced it is supplying mail carriers for protection against loose dogs may solve a problem which has plagued all postmen. Postmaster Clifford Haglock this morning said there is one particularly bad situation on E. Front St., where a woman’s dog j effect: has virtually stopped mail deliv- , weekly ary at her home and adjacent residences. “Post Office regulations provide that mail carriers are not required to deliver mail where dogs threaten or interfere,’’ the postmaster said. "We have called the party several times and once we completely stopped deliveries and she had to pick up her mail at the Post Office. "Our next step, after such action, is to notify city officials. We have done that but, as far as I know, nothing has been done See ‘BOMB’, Pare 2 Your Stake In Tax Slice WASHINGTON (AP) — This table shows how much more I take home pay some average U.S. wage and salary earners will receive, beginning probably I in the first week of March, i when the new tax bill is in (x)Number Take home Sellout Reported For 'Molly Brown'; Sale Advanced A sellout crowd for the March 8 opening performance of "The Unsinkable Molly Brown” was reported last night to Tuscarawas County Little Theatre members during rehearsals Wednesday night. Ticket Chairman Mrs. Robert Breeding also reported that numerous blocks had been sold for performances on March 6 and 7. Because of the increased interest, Mrs. Mamie Baker, Little Theatre president, announced that plans would be made to open the Theatre box office tonight instead of next Friday. Patron and season ticket holders may call at the office between 6 and 8 p.m. General public sale will start this Friday. Pay $50 50 50 60 60 60 70 70 70 80 80 80 90 90 90 IOO IOO IOO 120 120 120 140 140 140 Exemp ons (xx) Pay hike $1.50 1.00 OOO 2.00 1.40 .30 2.40 1.80 .70 2.80 2.20 1.10 3.20 2.60 1.50 3.50 3.00 2.00 4.30 3.80 ! 2.80 5.10 4.60 3.60 160    I    6.10 160    2    5.60 160    4    4.60 180    I    6.90 180    2    6.40 180    4    5.40 200    I    7.50 200    2    7.00 200    4    6.00 (x) Everyone is entitled to one exemption for himself and one for each dependent. A married couple has two, a married couple with two children four, etc. (xx) There is no withholding at this level, under present law or the new bill. This table reflects the difference between the new and old withholding rates. How much tax you actually will owe depends on a variety of factors and the withholding is only roughly gauged to your tax bill —It may come out right at the end of the year, or you may get a refund or have to pay a difference. To compute the difference on wages and salaries above $200 a week, take the appropriate figure for $200 and add 4 per cent of the excess over $200. withholding of taxes in paychecks dated eight days after the measure is signed—either March ll or 12. The reductions average about 19 per cent of present individual taxes. Rates for some 550,000 corporations are also being cut. Conference agreement climaxed a solid year of concentrated w ork in rewriting dozens of provisions in the U.S. tax code. House hearings began on the bill in February last year, just after the late President John F. Kennedy asked Congress for a massive tax cut to try to solve many of the nation’s economic problems. Johnson followed his predecessor in putting the tax cut measure at the top of his legis- See MEASURE, Pace 2 IIF Group To Meet Trustees of the Dover-New Philadelphia United Community Fund will meet Monday at 8 p.m. iii the YMCA building in Dover. Tax Deadline Friday Tuscarawas County residents ; are reminded that Friday at 4 p.m. is the deadline for payment of last half of 1963 real estate taxes and assessments. Because of a delay in mailing of tax statements, 2 extensions were granted. Sunday Features Concert Pianist sVjJg// DAY IEI BRIGHTENER Television lets you see the end cf movies you walked out on M years ago. Beethoven’s fire - breathing "King Stephen" overture will aptly initiate Sunday night’s concert by the Tuscarawas County Philharmonic Orchestra in Dover High Auditorium with Eugene Kilinski conducting. In his program notes, Kilinski underlines the fact that "although of only secondary importance in Beethoven’s vast output, "King Stephen" nonetheless gives us more than a glimpse of the master’s power in evoking a large canvas of dramatic conflict and seething turmoil, interspersed with moments of tender compassion.’’ Guest soloist for the third in a series of 4 concerts by the orchestra this season will be the See Concert, Pate 20 Mrs. Marilyn Montie Dover Concert Slated Friday The Dover High School instrumental music department will present its winter concert Friday at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. The band and orchestra, under the direction of Armand Houk, will share the program and play selections ranging from the "Russian Choral and Overture” by Merle J. Isacc and "Hebrides Suite” by Clare Grundman to "Exodus” by Ernest Gold and "River Jordan” by Maurice C. Whitney. Admission to the concert is free, but a freewill offering will be taken. Mental Health Speaker The Tuscarawas Valley Mental Health Assn. will sponsor a public meeting Monday at 7:30 p.m. in Dover Public Library featuring an address by Calvin W. Young, executive director of the Mental Health Federation Inc. of Ohio, a division of the National Assn. for Mental Health. He will discuss current mental health practices and future state and federal plans in the mental health practices and future state and federal plans in the mental health field and their impact locally. Weathervane YESTERDAY High 33 Low 27 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, cloudy 48 26 Chicago, cloudy .... 36 28 T Cleveland, snow ... 32 28 .12 Los Angeles, clear . 79 56 Miami, clear ...... 70 54 New York, snow ... 34 29 .25 Pittsburgh, snow .. 33 25 .18 St. Louis, cloudy ... 39 28 .06 San Fran., clear ... 75 60 Washington, cloudy 40 31 .09 TODAY 7 a.m........... 27 SNOW Last 24 hours 3 inches TOMORROW Sunrise .......... 7:12 Sunset .......... 6:07 High 30 Low 20 Forecast: Cloudy, snow flurries. 'Close For George' In observance of Washington’s Birthday, all Dover and New Philadelphia banks, the County Courthouse and state liquor stores will be closed all day Saturday. Federal offices, including the Social Security Administration and Soil Conservation Service will close all day Friday and Saturday. Local post offices will have no mail deliveries or window service, however there will be a working force to handle incoming and outgoing mail. The lobbies will remain open and mail will be distributed to the lock boxes. Streets Are Salted Street crews were salting Dover intersections last night between 7 and ll p.m., Street Foreman Robert Croy said today. They used about 19 tons of salt and today’s work on side streets should bring the total up to about 50 tons. Croy added. Forage Clinic Friday Forage and Crop Clinic will be held Friday at the Canal Lewisville Church, Coshocton County, starting at IO a.m., Lester Cronin, county extension agent, said today. A previous notice, Cronin said, had announced the date as March 21. All Tuscarawas County farmers are welcome to attend the meeting which will deal with forage feeding, crop, labor and machinery. Machinery In Motion For Area Advances' posed pilot plant for Bobbie Brooks Inc., which began training operations Monday in the Robb Building on E. Iron Ave. behind Union Hospital. Three local contractors. Leo Gundy of New Philadelphia, and Donald Hinson and J. A. Raeder of Dover, through a joint effort, will erect the 16,000 square foot building within the next 3 months at an estimated cost of $96,000, This morning’s action in ef fect made it imperative that the current CTC fund drive to raise $200,000 needed for the pilot plant and to provide working capital top its goal in the near future. "Too many people are waiting too long to make their pledges or buy the SHM) membership,’’ Drive Chairman William Marino said today. "What we need is a flood of subscriptions right now to show everyone concerned that people in Tuscarawas County are inter- Page 4 Supreme Court Oversteps Bounds ............... Local Battery Wins Reserve Honor.................Page    8 Ed Hartline Gets Boulevard 706 ......... Page    16 ested in industrial growth." The 6 county officials added to the CTC board are Commissioners Delmar Baer, Richard Demutn and Jacob Dummermuth, Treasurer Vie Martinelli, Engineer Charles Young and Clerk of Courts George Laporte. The option on the additional 7.53 acres will give the CTC another prime parcel of land to entice industrial prospects to tho area. The resolution in effect enables the GIC to bypass red tape entanglements and gives its hoard the authority to act more rapidly in locating an industrial prospect. One of the key sections in the law, which designates the CIC as a non-profit organization, is that any money received through resale by the CTC, in excess of the purchase price of county-owned land and the buildings, taxes, improvements, etc., reverts to the county. Key sections of the resolution include: "In event that any portion of the enabling statutes pursuant to which the agreement is made are declared unconstitutional, void or ineffective, such even-See DOCUMENT, Pace 2 Gale-Force Winds Hike Snow's Punch On Coast By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A snow storm spawned in the Gulf of Mexico slammed into the Eastern Seaboard Wednesday, with gale-force winds piling drifts up to six feet from North Carolina to Maine. The affected areas were expected to have a “breather” today, with snow flurries, light rain or just cloudy weather forecast. The storm closed many schools and slowed plane, train, auto and bus traffic. Numerous sports and social events were canceled. Drifts were dix feet deep in northern Virginia; five feet on Maryland’s secondary roads. Near Carlisle in central Pennsylvania the snow measured 25 inches, as it did in Martinsburg, W.Va. The Baltimore and Washington, D.C., areas were practically bypassed. Baltimore got only a few inches of snow and rain prevailed in the nation’s capital. Trains from Washington to Philadelphia were up to a half hour late. New York City escaped with 4 to 6 inches of snow, but gusty winds up to 32 miles per hour caused some power failures. Westchester County, north of the city, and the Catskill Mountain area were hit hard, with snow accumulations of up to a foot. In Upstate New York the snow depths were: Albany, 6 to 8 inches; Glens Falls, 4 inches; Syracuse and Rome, 2 inches; ON THE INSIDE i Dear Abby ..................25 Your Horosco|>e .............25 Around The World ........ 23 Goren On Bridge .......... 27 Hospital News ............. 23 Obituaries .................. 2 Television .................. 25 Sports ................15,    16 Women's Pages ........ 12,    13 Dr. Crane .................. 25 Dr. Alvarez ................ 25 and Rochester and Utica, I inch. Bergen County in New Jersey had 8 to IO inches. Also in New Jersey, the storm prevented refueling operations at McGuire Air Force Base, See WINDS. Page 2 Dover Trucking Firm Charged On Federal Law CLEVELAND — An injuctioo suit against Vie Bazzolii & Son Inc. of RD I, Dover, has been filed in U. S. District Court here under the Federal Wage-Hour Law by Secretary of Labor W. Willard Wirtz through Solicitor of Labor Charles Donahue. The complaint alleges the corporation failed to pay several employes the required time-and-a-half pay rate for hours worked in excess of 40 per workweek since Oct. 28, 1961. The suit also contends that the firm failed to maintain adequate and accurate records of hours worked and wages paid employes. The Court was asked for n judgment to permanently enjoin and restrain the corporation from further violations of tho law\ Legal action followed an investigation of the firm by tho See FIRM, Pace 23 THANK YOU CLAYTON.' Members of the New Philadelphia Athletic Assn. and Board of Education paid tribute yesterday to Clayton Hatch, former plant manager of Warner & Swasey Co. at New Philadelphia, who was transferred recently to Cleveland. Hatch (left) is shown accepting a plaque from James Pritz, association president, for "outstanding service to New Philadelphia schools and high school athletics. ' ''Community service is the rent you pay for taking up space in a community," Hatch told the 23, including I. T. White, his successor and other local Warner & Swasey officials attending the dinner in Hotel Reeves. Described as a "tough man to follow as a community leader" by Pritz, Hatch said he felt somewhat like a catalytic agent and that this tribute reflected the interest of the entire plant in the progress of the community. I'm going to miss the good people and good community I found here" he concluded. State Employes Greet Saturday As 'Ordinary' Day COLUMBUS, Ohio (.AP) — Washington’s Birthday this year will be j"st another Saturday for state employes—unless they ar* scheduled to work that day. lf they do work Saturday, they’ll get compeasatory time off later, says John M. McElroy, the governor’s No. I assistant. This applies primarily to those working in mental or penal institutions and some highway department workers, he added. State liquor stores will ba closed Saturday. A year ago, the then brand new administration of Gov. James A. Rhodes tried to get state employes to come to work on Washington’s Birthday, which fell on Friday. Many did, but some who did not won a court fight to establish it as a legal holiday. For federal employes, it’s a different story. Although the holiday falls on Saturday this year, they will have Friday off as a compensating day. ;

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