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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Ohio AP A Jtiage here has at least the puWiealieft ef 1m letters written by the late President Warren CflfflffiSfj Pleas Judge Henry Helden issued the order Wednesday nephew ef the former president filed a suit liking the impounding of the letters and fi Million in suit was filed by teerge Harding Ml of a Columbus tie filed the suit as an heir at Temporarily Halts Printing Of Harding Love Letters JKttiAS2M Carrie doctor says the attornev Named at defendants in the snitare Amefiean Heritage Publishing Coir of Medraw Mill Publishing Kenneth Duckett of and Francis Sussell of Duekett is a ctirater of the Ohio Historical Society and ftus sell is a Boston histofian resid ing here as a Guggenheim lei The suit contends that dent Harding was the author of certain ftfivate letters which were addressed to one Carrie now was the wife of a Marion Harding says the letters got into the hands of an attar ney who was appointed guard lag of Phillips The doctor says the attorney then delivered the letters to Russell and Without the knowledge and consent of the Harding doctor Russell and Duekett made copies of the tet disclosed their contents and now propose magazine and book The letters are part of the Phillips estate and are now in a Marion vault under control of the Probate The nephew says he and ether heirs have been damaged by publications of portions of the letters and will be further damaged if more are published No hearing date was set for The Associated Press Is The Exclusive News of The Reporter 22 DAILY REPORTER largest Circulation In Tiiscarawas County July 1964 Serving Over Famlllw PHONE 42167 7 CENTS County Not In Redistricting Plan Games Profector William Bates and Dover Police Ray Ries are shown with the Great Blue Heron found in the pickup truck of Sam Toraler of RD After Crsh Tqrgler of RD possession of nongame bird rho captured unusual bird The accident occurred who at Wills Creek was captured himself several hours later after being involved in a trafficaccident while at tempting to transport the a blue to his was sentenced to 3 days in jail by Mayor Le Moyne Luthy this morning and fined a total of on the following charges driving while under the of resisting and disregarding a red The jail terra will be gin He was also fined by Judge Charles Eckert in North crn District Court for illegal last night at Shafer and Union where Torglers pickup truck struck Charles a car driven by Margaret Koel of 203 Prospect Do The impact caused the Koelble auto to spin Treated in the emergency room of Union Hospital for minor injuries were 38 Koel ble and 2 Timothy 13 and Two other chil Cathy and were Koelble is managing editor of The Daily Police said the truck skidded 23 feet as Torgler tried to avoid the They also report Donees Scheduled To Resume 6 The Dover Cjty Park which were temporarily sus pended following fights Monday will resume 6 with Additional supervision to limit dancers to county residents and The decision was made at last nights meeting of city of ficials and members of the Population Of New Phila Increases 263 The Ohio Department of velopment today released addi tional figures in its comparison of the present Ohio population with I960 census New with increase of residents the census of to an js one of the cities son the growth of the The 19J0 eeasus showed CQUjatians compared with iJjf resort quoted by the The pflpwJstiojj Ubriejjs ville over to fr prio4 evgjjj to a loss of m Tto POP to of 22J02 for lioloies with the 4 843 Uai Teen when methods of preventing future disturbances also were Beginning next ad ditional some in will attend the dances and a uniformed police man will assist teenagers at the gate in a to elin inate uninvited outofcounty City officials at last nights meeting were in agreement that measures should be taken to insure the continuance of the Attending were Mayor Le Moyne Service Chief Garrison Recrea tion Pirestor Pale Recreation Board Members Wulard McKeever and George Rjchird board was uijafeje but seat a letter ex pressing approval of eootuiw anee pf the dances with addi tional Members of ike Teen ON THE INSIDE ed Torglerbecame unruly after being taken to the hospital for a blood test and was placed in He was released after post ing The herron released by the game Weathervane YESTERDAY High 86 Low 53 TODAY 7 58 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low cloudy 94 69 cloudy 78 65 cloudy 78 61 Los cloudy 82 63 clear 85 82 New clear 92 64 clear 84 55 59 San cloudy 63 57 cloudy 96 72 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 84 Low 56 Forecast Fair and Social Security Increase Headed For Senate Fight Winds Up Career Friday By EDMOND LEBRETON WASHINGTON AP Housepassed bill to increase Social Security benefits headec today into a Senate fight to adc to it controversial health care The House passed the meas ure 288 to without the hospitalization features for which President Johnson anc the late President John Ken nedy had The measure as it stands would give a 5 per cent raise to retirees and admit more than Phila Priests Given New Positions Fidelis McManus has been appointed assistant pastor at Dover Josephs replacing An drew who will become assistant pastor of Anthonys parish in In other Kenny Cox of New Philadelphia was appointed pastor of Marys parish in West and its and Wendel Moliski of New Phil adelphia was appointed the first director of the new Capuchin retreat house at Fidelis will assume duties after being presented to Bishop Clarence Issenmann of the Columbus The changes were made at a recent meeting of the governing board of the Capuchin Fathers in Fidelis was born in and ordained o the priesthood in He was pastor of Joseph par ish in from 1945 until Since that time he has been pastor of 2 mission parishes at Grantsville and outside of and astor and superior of Immac ulate Conception parish at half a million more persons to the Here are a few examples of the proposed increases A retired worker now getting monthly would get one now getting would get and one now getting wouldget A man and his wife now get ting would get a couple gettng would get and a couple now getting would get Senate supporters of the ad ministration were already at work on amendments to write into the measure a cutdown version of the hospitalization possibly as a voluntary option for some or all of the cash in creases The proposals have not been put in final Similar moves earlier this year by the House supporters were abandoned in the face of certain defeat by the Ways and Means Any such provisions are sure to meet stiff opposition and might block final passage of the bill this especially since Congress is driving to adjourn before the Democratic National Convention begins As passed by the the bill would increase Social Secu rity payments about millon of to for a single See Page 6 Henry Waldick Henry a 35year employe of the Dover Municipal Light will retire Friday assistant plant posi tion he has held since Augi who will be hon ored by plant employes at a luncheon said to day that he was enthused about his but wasnt sure yet wHat he would do with his Ask me again after Im off he He and his re side at 425 5th They have 5 7 grandchil dren and a Waldick was formerly em ployed as an engineer in the blast furnace department of the old Hanna Furnace and began work at the light plant in Replacing him as assistant superintendent will be Wil mer who has been a light plant employe since Plant superintendent is Paul Cameras By RALPH DIGHTON AP Scientists watched with growing elation today as Ranger 7 sailec peacefully through space with a cargo of cameras now given an 30 per cent chance of snapping historys first closeups of the Radioed information indicated all instruments aboard the 806 pound Vehicle were in normal including the televi sion system designed to go into action just before impact at Eastern Standard Time There was no threat so far of he technical troubles that toiled six previous Ranger William di 000 This fesJwttn Qry aeqners and totof m Ihs la wai mgvsd Itti mgrnvm is its tatw fitaiaay MWt few NuiaftJufefe to msks rsem Tht by Mgrius rector of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory which made and is guiding Ranger 7 on its mile says the insect shaped spactcraft has passed the worst of its hurdles and has a fouroutoffive chance of suc He upped the odds from 5050 Wednesday after a minor tra jectory adjustment miles out in space aimed Ranger 7 at a 50by300mile area in the Sea of just southwest of the center of the Ranger 7 now is cruising while whether scientists one final determine correction must be made before the space craft plunges into the moon at 800 miles an Its six peering out a hole in the side of its cone shaped must be pointed straight down when they begin snapping pictures in the final 13 minutes of Pickering said the Sea of Clouds was chosen as a target because it is in the half of the moon that will be lighted by the sun at time of Engle Is Dead Salinger In Line WASHINGTON AP Clair forced by llness to abandon a fight for died early today at iis home He was There was speculation that Edmund Pat Brown af California name form r White House press secretary ierre to fill out the emainder of Engles Salinger won a hot primary battle from State Controller Alan Cranston last June 2 for Democratic nomination to the Despite a brain operation last Engle had announced to run for reelection ear y this But he withdrew following a dramatic episode in the Senate April 13 in which he tried to in reduce a resolution couldnt and privately had arranged for Spessard D making a prolonged spmh on the civil rights to yield to Engle for the resolu Eagle arose to bis as sisted by two silent ly for an agonizing minute could utter only ojae glair Facing a second brain opera tion April Engie dropped his plans to try for a second in the He had opposed in the primary by both SaUnger an4 Cranston ajnd nine Many of his former supporters he was unable carry out his had contended to campaign Senate The sector had been bed ridden since bjs seeoftd braija operation ia be to Proposal Cuts 36 Off Number Of House Seats CLEVELAND plan that would reduce by 36 the number of state representatives elected in November has been proposed in federal court by James who won the original taxpayers suit the Ohio reapportionment The proposal filed in Dis trict Court in Columbus Wednes Tuscarawas County would not be affected by Nolans day by attorneys who repre sented Nolan in the would reduce the 137seat house to 101 The proposal would not re quire new primary some candidates nom inated in the May primaries would run as atlarge candi dates in the districts proposed by Nolans The proposal calls for rever sion to system electing state representatives before the so called Hanna Amendment modified the state constitution in Under the original 1851 is ac complished the fpllowing man ner state population is divided by and the figure obtained is designated as one Every county having at least half of one ratio is entitled to one seat in the If the county has less than half a it should be districted with the adjoining county of least Under this only 40 of Ohios 88 counties have large enough populations to be en titled to seats in the the Hanna Amend ment required that each county lave at least one representa regardless of The Supreme Court in ef that this amendment was Attorney Kenneth burg said the plan submitted in See Page 6 Pastor Quits At Strasburg STBASBURG James pastor of United Church f Christ the last 4 years has iibmitted his resignation to the hurch Dietz has accepted astorate of the Trinity United Shurch of Christ in where he will begin in late Active in local civic and oral Diet is Currently vice president of the uscarawas Countv Ministerial program chairman of the Strasburg active in the Chamber of and chairman of the Eastern Ohiq of Church Relations In the last few ietz has initiated an sion purchasing the ormer Lutheran parsonage north of the Strasburg Church of hrist gnd acres of He aad his Elizabeth lave 4 6 and Dietz also planned popular Family grams at the Friday p4 Uelp hjjw to wtwyl wiik is at   

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