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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Dont Miss The e Warld VOL largest Circulation In Tosearawas County June HOME EDITION Serving Over Familial PHONE 7 CENTS y r v dti i ex To fioom County Economy Country Aire Development will include new Standard Oil service station the 2story Court Decrees Revamping Of State Setups WASHINGTON AP A wholesale and historic ing of state legislatures was de creed today by the Supreme The tribunal ruled that the Beats in both houses of state legislatures must be appor tioned on a population This spells turmoil in most of the states because a majority of state legislatures are not BO It also means vastly in creased powers for city and suburban residents especially suburbanites as against their country who have been in control of legislatures across the Court tests involving the rep resentation balance of one or both houses of legislatures are under way in a number of In one of New Jer attorney David Friedland whose suit is pending before the State Supreme com mented today that Supreme Court decision could produce the most dramatic in state government in a hundred The court ruled initially in three appeals from and then went on to Pronounce unconstitutional the present legislative appor tionment system of New York Declare that neither house of the Maryland Legislature even after the 1962 legislation reap portioning the House of Dele is apportioned sufficient ly on a population basis to be constitutionally Ruled that neither the houses of the Virginia General Assembly is apportioned suffi ciently on a population basis to be Upheld a lower court decision that both houses of the Dela ware Legislature must be reap portioned along population The basic which will have incalculable effects on American was read by See COURT Page 2 County Road Pay Session Set Tuesday County Engineer Charles Young today announced he would meet with officials of Lo cal 195 at 2 Tuesday for further discussion on wages and a new contract for the County Road and Bridge Department Young said he had been told unofficially that the which is of the American Federation of County and Municipal Employes AFLCIO would reject his latest offer of an average raising of pay of 20 to 30 cents an hour covering the period of July 6 to The engineer said he would not disclose his next move or offer until tomorrows Negotiations have been under way since March reaching something of an impasse May 19 when Young refused the 50 cent per hour across the board raise sought by the and likewise refused to negotiate un less the union was represented by some labor official who is a resident of Tuscarawas Weathervane SATURDAY High 90 Low 70 YESTERDAY High 84 Low 65 Elsewhere In High Low 94 60 cloudy 83 62 79 68 Los cloudy 77 59 cloudy 84 80 New cloudy 91 68 cloudy 83 68 clear 87 70 San cloudy 60 53 92 73 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 48 hours inches TOMORROW High 78 Low 68 Forecast Fair and Police Handle Assault Cases Over Weekend Dover police handled 3 assault and battery cases over the week with oneman being another being picked up on a capias and the other being turn ed over to Northern District County Calvin of 315 Broad was fined by Mayor LeMoyne Lu thy this with sus pended on the pondition that Walker not appear in his court within a one year Walker was arrested Sunday after his wife claimed that he had hit her with an He was jailed when he failed to post the appearance David of Min eral City was picked up by vil lage police there Sunday at and turned over to Dover police on a charge filed by his who claims she was beat en by him Sunday about at 878 Bellevue the home of and Homer Emery posted a ap pearance bond and was releas he is now being sought on a capias warrant out of Dover Mayors Court for an unpaid traffic Doy of 1007 Front New Philadel pleaded not guilty in Northern District County Court this morning on a charge of assault and battery filed by his Judge Charles Eckert set bond at and Ocheltree was released on his own recogni frame already has been 80100 unit Howard Johnson Motor Lodge Cape Cod realty office for Country Aire building to house Humphries Trucks and MultiBusiness Area h PlannedCR Passa9e By James Davis Daily Reporter City Editor aiiui matuMvs Unve IIIIIS iuscarawas County s economic signs of which have been week for passage of the civil increasing regularly within the last was given another solid nudge today with announcement of a multimilliondollar complex scheduled for the Green Gable Interchange area of Interstate a conjured up term to describe the com industrial and residential growth around interchanges of the new will be the first for this Todays dual announcement from Harry New Phila delphia Ford and Theodore Breyer of the Country Aire De velopment of New Philadelphia shows the following box score 1 truck sales and service layout by Humph construction of which already has A new Sohio Service ground for which already has been 3 Breyer for a modern office building to house the Country Aire Realty Negotiations for an 80 to 100rdom motel to such an ex tent that the vice president for Howard Johnson Motor Lodges for the 18 midwestern states has submitted a photograph of a compar able unit and indicated that construction could start a year with at least 2 other major oil companies for a choice service station 6 has purchasedan additional 3 acres for ex pansion or additional Breyer is planning to completely renovate the existing Collins which he purchased earlier this 8 Country Aire Realty plans development of a quarter mile stretch fronting existing Route 21 into a commercial The overall benefits of projects and projected if is incalculable at this but new added tax valuation for Dover the New Philadelphia School District and county and economic growth should do for a Humphries The largest individually own ed truck sales and service set up in the midwest will open at the Green Gable Interchange Harry Humphries of New Philadelphia has is Actual construction work was started last week by Gundy Con struction on a L shaped steel strand structure to be erected on acres on the east side of existing Route just below the nob at the In Come Harry Humph ries Trucks will have 000 invested in the truck service equipment and The new separ ate and distinct from Harry Humphries Ford was form ed last week and will have the franchise for Fords SuperDuty trucks in Coshocton and Guernsey coun The new will mean an additional 11 employes and See 9 At present Breyer is negotia ting with Arthur Kroog of CleveReports Bicycle Theft a vice president for How See Page 9 3aere plus future expansion or a new venture by Harry The land in the fore gorund to Collins Market far left is earmarked for commercial development by Country Dem Leaders Confident Of By JOE HALL WASHINGTON Democratic leaders drive this rights and so confident are they of they already are turning their attention to other major administration leg A tremendous pileup of House approved measures is awaiting Senate action once the civil rights bill is All including the South erners who have fought the bill since March concede it will pass this with Wednesday or Thursday considered the mo sit likely Barry Goldwafer will vote against the measure unless it is materially his campaign manager said Sunday Denison Kitchel said Arizona Republican who is seeking the Republican presidential objects to the bills provisions on public See Page 2 Stolen Auto Wrecked In Dover Chase A highspeed chase by Dover police Saturday night ended at 5Points in New Philadelphia when the fleeing motorist crash ed a stolen car into a parked truck and beer The presumably a ju fled on foot and has not been A 13 yearold Frank Lima of Men was apprehended and turn ed over to juvenile The chase began about when officers tried to stop the car on Front after receiving a report 2 boys were looking for work to get gas for a trip to West The car was chased to Tus carawas and then into New Phil adelphia at speeds up to 90 miles an The auto then went out Lodge Denies Reported Viet Nam Retirement South Viet Nam Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge today termed to tailiy untrue a Washington re port tot he was resigning with in 30 There its no truth at all in Lodge said through a Lodge repeatedly has denied similar reports in the On one recent occasion he said I am not resigning but I dont plan to stay here the rest of my The New York Times had re ported that Lodge had asked to be relieved within 30 days for reasons of The White House in Washington said Pres ident Johnson had received no letter of The Columbia Broadcasting System reported from Saigon that Lodge said lihe repent he had submitted his resignation was totally The American Broadcasting said talking Sunday night in Saigon with ABC cor respondent Charles denied published reports that he was returning to the United before the Republican Sec Page 6 Scranton Invades Goldwater Areas By RICHARD GRAVES William Scranton today opened a sixstate quest for del egate support in his bid for the Republican presidential nomina Pennsylvanias chief execu tive pointed his campaign west ward into regions generally claimed by his 1 Barry Goldwater of after making a com mencement address at Alleghe ny was to go to Des to confer with the Iowa delegation to the national Tuesday he will be at Dover Youth Changes Plea In Fatality UCii James of 327 and on Saturday he is booked 9th st changed his plea to keynote the Massachusetts to guilty in connection GOP Aides said wiln lhe manslaughter charge there was a possibility other evolving from the death of Ed states would be included on the ward veteran i 1 L Breyer Ted Breyer can be likened to a poker player with an acehigh royal flush in a game with no betting limit and ail other play ers having 4 of a He has been involved in real estate development the last sev eral years and has been riding on the IS 77 project since it started here 3 years The ride is just Breyer owned and still owns property needed or adjoin IS 3 He sold Humphries Ford the 4 acres for the trupk facility and 3 for expan sion on the east side of Rouite r t i j just south of the nob hlt truck atld He sold one acre to Standard I Oil for a service station to Maur6r 5U Wooster Ave be built on the west side of Route 21 atop the The old John Hinig home already has been razed at the The it was learned lice Wayne Harrington of 306 I w W II 4J1K kVfil OUU ard Johnson Motor Lodges for Uth told New Philadel phia police Saturday morning that a bicycle had been stolen from her and he goes to and weeks Scranton said he would speak every day this unless tho work of the Pennsylvania Leg islature prevents He has admitted he started late in the campaign and has a uphill he has I am a fast Scrantons aides contend the See Page 6 PATROL CHECKS 8 ACCIDENTS Crash Hospitalizes Sugarcreek Driver State patrolmen were kept cerebral concussion and scalp busy over the gating 8 area auto r niv II uie iiiisnap several S hours after it cited is reported fair today in Union Hospital follow ing a onecar crash at 8 Satur day night on Township Road southeast of Patrolmen said the many car went off the roadway and hit a taken to the hospital in a Lingler Funeral Home suffered a ON THE INSIDE Around The 6 Dear 19 Alverez 19 Crane 19 Goren On Bridge 17 Horoscope 17 Hospital News 6 Obituaries 2 Sports 13 14 Television 15 Womens Pages 10 11 Thii the drawing of the new Harry Humphries who received a re port on the mishap several Stevenson for reckless In a mishap on County Road south of at Sunday a vehicle driven by Richard of struck the rear of a boat and trailer being towed by Arthur of who had signaled for a turn on Township Road Considera ble damage was A Kathleen of suffered a lac eration above her eye and was released following treatment in Union Schaar was cit ed for failing to stop within the assured clear Carl of Sec 8 Page 6 Sugarcreek Is Flooded No major damage resulted from yesterdays lightning and but several New Philadelphia last who had been indicted secretly by the April Grand filed a prior innocent pica on May He was scheduled fpr a jury trial The youths Joseph told Common Pleas Judge Lamneck today that his client was changing his plea with the request that he be placed on The judge ordered a proba tioninvestigation and continued The incident occurred last 7 when a car driven by Ei ler struck who was crossing 3rd at Tuscara was Peacock was hospi talijsed with a broken pelvis and internal injuries and died 24 in Union Eiler was fined by May or LeMoyne Luthy for failure to yield the rightofway to a pedestrian with Dover Woman Faces Charge Elsie Badgett of 108 2nd will appear be fore New Philadelphia Mayor Joseph Pritz at Tuesday at lernoon for a hearing on a dis orderly conduct charge filed by police as a result of a Saturday night incident at Barneys Tav ern on Ashwood Lane The jailed following the pleaded guilty at arraignment this Mayor Pritz indicated he want ed to talk to the arresting offi cer before disposing of the The woman reportedly used profane language to officers when they arrived at the Judge Suspends Fine If Countian Joins AA James Taylor of Uhrichsville uub ovV CM A UJ Vi V V tllv homes in Sugarcreek have flood had of a fine suspend ed basements from a cloudburst ed by Central County Court there which dumped 4 inches Judge Clarence Ferrell Satur day on condition he join Alco holics Taylor was of rain in 4 hours Sugarcreek Fire Chief Beechey reported that the decharged recently with partment was kept busy until tion by early this morning pumping in undated Power to the entire community was ofi for a 20minute Main St was flooded curb to Scattered outages of power and telephone service were re ported by officials of the Ohio Power and General Tele phone DAY BRIGHTENER All marriages are the living together that causes the   

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