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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                WASHINGTON AP Ident Johnson signed the il payraise bill today and said It will enable the government to attract and keep employes 6f outstanding He said He already has siped 28 pieces of and the payfaise bill ranks near the top o the list in im Johnson signed the bill in a ceremony in the White Mouse flower garden attended by members of Congress whose committees handled the government and labor leaden who supported The measure gives a pay raise to members of government officials and about million other federal The boost ranges from fiofl a year for the Ing Civil Service or postal ploye up to a year for nigh officials It is estimated to add million to the yearly federal vilian payroll which now runs about Johnson lauded the bipartl ncrease safiship displayed by Congress in passing the as well as in enacting other saying the legislators put the country the people Johnson said the continuing gflal of the government is to wake federal salaries For bty comparable to those of vale industryi for most of those covered the raises will show up on the next pay check retroactive to July Members of Congress will have to wait until next 1 to get their The act provides raises ing from per cent to 30 pel1 with the bigger boosts going to the highest level Sec LftJ Page 9 35 County Correspondent Reporters Mean Complete County Coverage THE REPORTER HOME EDITION VOU Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew August 1964 Serving Over Famllifi PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Attorneys for James Moses of RD who was convicted last Tuesday of firstdegree manslaughter in the March 28 death of Milton Swon this morning filed a mo tion for a new trial in the Clerk of Courts James Barrihouse and Clair in their re cited 8 alleged errors committed during the 7 day Jury trial before Common Pleas Judge Theyan nounced Wednesday a retria motion would be filed the final day of a 3day limit for tin discussing the motion said all of er rors listed had been overrul ed by Judge Lamneck when motions were presented by he and Hoffman throughout th The attorney added that they had discussed the action re trial request with Crago in County Jail and that he Crago far is following their ad Well cross that bridge when we get to Barnhouse added when asked if he and Hoffman planned an appeal if the retrial motion is turned down by Judge Todays motion cited the fol lowing errors of law occurring at the trial which was preju dential toward the defendant prejudicial to the defendant that was admitted over objections errors of omission by the court in failing to charge the jury as request ed 4 errors by the court In overruling defense motions for a directed verdict of not guilty at the close of the states presentation of evidence by the court in defense motion for a directed verdict guilty at the close Famine ACQUITTED AS A San Francisco jury found Army Alvin Klein innocent of having mailed a bomb exploded in International injuring 2 postal Klein hadbeen accused of mailing the bomb from Saigon to his in out of They are registering pleasure over the ait Dover Realtor Charles Eberle said this morning that construc tion of a small shopping cen is ex pected to begin in the near fu General Shopping Center Plans Underway of ingfor several months with the owner of the George Rashe of 1640 High New By GEORGE MCARTHUR Cyprus AP Turkish Cypriot leader Faz Kuchuk said today it is only a matter of days before his people will be without bread as a result of a Greek Cypriot He called upon the Turkish government in Ankara to take immediate political steps to bring pressure on President Archbishop Greek Cypriot to raise the He told reporters bakeries will be forced to shut down in two days due to lack of kero sene for ovens in the Turkish Thirtyfive thousand people will start to go We are bread Bread is neces sary to he We do not have communications every where and I am certain there are villages even now with ab solutely Turkey must find the politi cal means to raise the blockade WHAT IS IT Its plain basement area but in the near future will be equipped with emergency provisions by Civil Defense authorities and Army Engineers for use as a fallout Its the basement of the recentlycompleted Dover Post which will be open for public inspection Sunday from 2 to 4 Other pictures and story will be featured in Saturdays Tuscarama STUDY OF AMISH INCLUDES HOLMES COUNTY New Dwarf ism In Man Revealed Cost estimates of the project have run as high as According to Dingle rpicked re assuring Page 2 I am not asking for any at He said he had communicated the situation fully to the Turk ish government and awaited a Kuchuk charged had attempted to Makarios subdue us Battle Is Brewing WASHINGTON AP Con gress was tocjay in a deepening controversy over the Supreme Courts ruling that state legislatures must be reap portioned on a one vote In the opponents of any delay in carrying out the courts ruling threaten drawn out debate on a delaying propos al that Senate leaders want to of all evidence in the case 6 jattach to the foreign aid verdict is not sustained in the a tough new by sufficient evidence verdict is contrary to and other errors apparent on the face of the record to the prejudice of this and by reason of which he was pre vented from having a fair and Impartial as affirmative ly appears from the In a memo attached to the retrial Barnhouse and Hoffman cited the courts fail we to instruct the jury to regard all testimony and pre Judicial inferences based on the state exhibits of a record play carrying case tool boxes and They also charged the court failed to instruct the jury concerning the condition of Mil toq Swongers pickup in that several missing from the fender and had been Page that would strip the bill federal courts of any jurisdiction over state reapportionment cases has suddenly been dumped on the speakers where it is tick ing like a time The House authored by William Custodian Needed gQARYILLj Bill executive of Tusearawas CBS Purchases Yankees NEW YORK AP The Go lumbia Broadcasting System formally announced today pur Qlmse of the New York Yankees in what could pave the way for revolutionary changes in the promotion of One possibility of Earlier story On fag was sprung on the unsuspecting upporters of the court by loward the hairman of the House Rules He won a 104 vote n his committee to send the bill o the House floor before his op ponents had time to figure out what was By the time they the Tuck bill was in their and after close look at a lot of them decided that the Senate proposal looks good C Worked out by Senate Demo cratic leader Mike Mansfield and Republican leader Everett Dirksen in conjunction with See Page 2 with force and He is now trying other He said he could not predict what his followers might do if the blockade Kuchuk is spokesman for about Turk Cypriots about onefifth of the islands The ceasefire brought about by the United Nations Security Council still is being observed by Greek and Turkish Cypriots and a spokesman said no violence had been re See Page 9 BAR Maine AP genetic conduct ed mainly among the Amish of Pennsylvania and have un covered a previouslyunrecog nized form of in man and a relatively high frequency of several other previously known genetic Victor a scientistat Johns Hopkins Uni related the discovery Thursday to scientists taking a special course in medical genet Characterized by an unusual sparsity and fineness of hair so that girl victims cannot braid their hair in the usual mode of Amish the disorder so far has been found in 80 in stances among the Amish in this In McKusick said unprecedently high inci of a previouslyknown form of one charac terized also by six fingered hands and oftent by hearts hav ing only three chambers instead of has been found in one particular group of American This living in Holmes Ohio Lancaster and Lagrange lists about half of all the Amish living in this McKusick said the as well as the are ex plainable by the high inbreed ing characteristics of the Amish as well as their isolation and limited migration from a given geographic Congo Rebels In Drive By ROBIN MANNOCK the Congo paratroopers sent here with four transport planes being supplied to the re bellionplagued central Cohgo government arrived only a short time before a report that Mulele rebels were on the warpath to day in the western Messages reaching Leopold ville said warriors of reb el leader Pierre Mulele were concentrated about 20 miles south of capital of Kwi lu province 250 miles east of They had in active for several Peking trained former Congolese education began the series of re bellions which have been sweep ing the Reports Thursday indicated a general withdrawal of rebels in the eastern but today a message from capi tal of the province of Central said rebels were only 12 miles from the city and that there was Bukavu was the first target of the eastern Two ar mored scout cars were flown to saw today that gpplicatioas will be accepted during the diy at the high school office for a The which jjays is for the second shift at the high tours from to ship of the Yankees might be pay television in New York potentially the worlds richest The total assets of the kejpi were at million and CBS paid W2 mpon far an per cent controlling inter est with toe rigbJt tft purchase the bajancj wittia ftye of the Burgess Homed To Ohio Industry Financing Group James secretary manager of the County Cham ber of was notified yesterday he has been appoint ed to the 24member Ohio State Council on Industrial Purpose of the group is to study industrial financing grams of neighboring states and make recommendations to James The Qiis first meeting will be held early in George director of the Development Depart commented a meeting of CJG and community repre sentatives earlier week in CQlumbus that If we are compete witb surromdiiig states that have pisse4 legist Poll Workers Needed County Board of Election offi cials are seeking the names of 40 precinct poll workers that should have been turned in by Central Committeemen of both parties before Clerk Vic Turner said over 218 names have been received to date with 258 He said the names should be submitted as soon as Patrol Counts Are Dismissed County Juvenile Judge Ralph Finley had dismissed reckless operation charges against Chad of 422 llth and Edward of 1301 2nd They had been charged by state patrolmen as the result of a June 8 auto accident Township Road north Weathervane YESTERDAY High 67 Low 45 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low cloudy 81 63 clear 70 48 on of Both pleaded not guilty at a June 25 Marsh was represented by Mario Corsi of while Wilford Miller of New Philadelphia was Gibbs Patrolmen claimed both autos were left of center when they on the road clear 62 46 67 81 54 45 61 54 60 Los cloudy 80 cloudy 89 New clear cloudy San clear cloudy TODAY 7 76 63 75 61 76 47 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 78 Low 50 Forecast Fair and Dover Woman Hurt In Crash Kivu Two American T28 trainer planes converted to carry rockets and machine guns have been blasting a rebel con voy on the road east of Messages from Kikwit said Muleles men were trying to drive missionaries from a re gion northeast of the Kwilu Riv More than 100 missionaries and traders were taken out of the area during last Januarys but many returned The paratroopers arrived Thursday night with the four C130 Embassy officials said they were not sent here for but to guard the transport planes and to ride helicopters on rescue support and KSU Center Is Refresher Stop For Sierra Leone 20 will be industry in their problems either constHu tioml or gome other in By James CuHison Reporter Staff Writer A foreign student is not es pecially unusual at a college or but the Kent State Academic Center at New deJphia does have a foreign stu dent enrolled this and that is somewhat Sonny a 80yearold student from Sierra Leone on the west coast of arriY ed in New Philadelphia Monday and is taking a reading course at the academic lie is a fulltime student at Qtterbein College at Wester near and is at tending school there on a tial scholarship from the Neighborhood Fuss Settled1 la his j djjj not tfeftl Horn dmtag his stay in New Philadelphia is witb and AJPJJS Kiddie ol 713 3rd NWlie will Uve with sad Jajgoes Eggsn ol M NW for a time be fore leaves 29 for Wes tos ly picked tm M Twwtf Uo mm it iaja bis bodilv nmnRmnr tofl Tucker not bad logpb te become Acquainted with area siace tus ajnyaj this some tot the A Dover woman was treated in Union Hospital and a Stras burg man cited by Dover police following an accident yesterday afternoon on Wooster Shirley a passen ger in an auto driven by Clar ence both of 2704 Tremont was treated and dismissed for possible whiplash injuries after their car was struck by one driven by Wil bur of 121 7th Beilzel was cit ed for failure to stop within as sured clear At a car driv n by Ray of 338 New Philadel went out of over he curb and struck a tree at 22 Iron Police said An hony made the curve at Iron nd Wooster by the Fair at excessive He vas cited for unsafe operation nd driving without an opera ors Holland McMemll of 415 Th written on lne Union reported that a car nonsburg Branch of the Pitts Iriven by Esther h National Bank sheriff 159 Lakeview New tjes thjs morning checked had damaged a fenceiout an apartmenl on Broadf post while backing from Marys wnere the man reportedly Beauty Shop at 409 Union was stayingi but he had left when they Several of the accord ing to were cashed at Man Sought For Passing Bogus Checks Bad check charges were filed yesterday in Central District County Court against Duane Roger no address but listed as a former New Philadelphia Assistant Prosecutor James who filed the said he knows of at least 11 bogus checks that were alleged ly passed by the man in the New 0eMi of hk Proof Of Rabies Shot Needed To Get Dog License County Auditor Donald Kinsey said today that dog licenses will not be issued after Sunday un less owners can show proof their dogs have been vaccinat ed for He said the action stems from the recent County Health De partment quarantine order be cause of a rabies scare in the Kinsey said the legality of such action is upheld by Sec tion of the Ohio Revis ed To a total of dog licenses have been issued to in dividuals along witb 345 for ken Last year there were 592 licenses issued by the Audi tors According to latest figures from health approxi mately SJQflfl dogs have been the Citizens Branch of Reeves Banking Trust DAY BRIGHTENER Variety may be the spice of but its monotony that vides the ON THE INSIDE Dear Abby 15 Your Horoscope 11 Around World 6 Churches i Qorefl Bridge 8 I Sjwts II Womens Pages 4 i Crane ft   

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