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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Outlay Measure lonment WASHINGTON The Seititi has removed a major roadblock to adjournment of Congress by adopting a legisla tlve reapportloftment compro mlse and then passing the billion forelgnald the compromise solu tion to the controversy over MHttJsl WHS to is in a den burst of the aid bill to which it is attached was swept through 48 to With adjournment fever spreading and leaders finding it difficult to keep enough cam paigning senators on hand to maintain a it is now thought possible that Congress will be able to close shop fey the end of next the foreignaid carrying less than the requested by President Johnson and author ized by the House June 10 was catted up in the Senate tot Hit had beefl entangled in filibuster waged by a group of Democratic liber als against an amendment of feted by Republican Senate Leader Everett Dirksen of Dirksen would have forced a delay of a year or more of Supreme Courtordered reap portionment of both Houses of state legislatures on a popula tion The stalemate was broken by the adoption of a nonbind ing sense of Congress propos al offered by Democratic Senate Leader Mike Mansfield of Mon tana as a substitute for the Dirksen which he originally Stripped of any crttldsffl of the Supreme Court ruling and having no force of it simply says it is the sefise of Congress that the federal district courts could property Allow legislatures the length of time provided for a regular plus 30 but not more than six months in which to Permit the next ejections at members of legislatures to be conducted on the basis of stale laws In effect last Sept Ami It that if states fail to reapportion within the See Page IS Tht Rtporttr Prints Mort Want Adi Than Any Othtr County Paptr THE REPORTER HOME EDITION VOL 20 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew September Serving Over famlNea PHONE 42167 7 CENTS On The Inside Hyproeriiy In Nuclear Page 4 265 Attend Area Math Workshop Page 5 County Fair Pictures and Story 7 Blue Star Mothers Attend 10 Phillies Margin Is Page 13 Around The World 8 Churches 6 7 Dear Abby 19 Crane 17 Writes 17 Given On Bridge Hospital News 8 Obituaries Television Sports 13 14 Womens Pages 10 11 Weather Could Be Fair Booster With the 114th annual Tuscarawas County Fair entering its final 2 officials were hoping for an especially large turnout after the weatherman cooled off attendance Thursday with paid gate admissions aggregating only With tomorrow being an off day for school a heavy influx of fairgoers is expected This afternoons har ness races also may help swell the Tonights feature events will be a Sawrama at with the Blame Fixed On Children In Home Fires UHRICHSVILLE Children playing with matches have been blamed for a fire here yester day that destroyed 2 Firemen said the blaze began In a shack playhouse between the 2 residences on Water Fire Chief Robert King today set the loss at One home was occupied by the George Sliffe family and Sally Guthrie and the other by the Venanzio Basiletti family The Sliffes had no but the Basilettis had some cov according to The augmented by gust Ing was battled by Uhr ichsville and Dennison firefight See Page 8 annual horsepulling contest slat ed for 8 The trotters and pacers will e in action again tomorrow at 2 The western tractor pull inals will be at 8 with 2 leavy classes in addition to a Powder Puff Treasurer Eugene Bowers estimated a total crowd of 500 pushing the ag gregate for the 3 days to including membership tickets and school are admitted If the weatherman is coop perhaps well come close to last years he Beef cattle open class winners See Page 8 U GM MISS STRIKE CUTOFF By MAHAN DETROIT AP A nation wide strike against General Mo tors flared today when the United Auto Workers and the company failed to agree on a new contract by a union im posed 10 EST Negotiations were broken off and no further sessions were The union previously negotiat ed threeyear pacts at Chrysler and Ford Motor final agreement coming only 55 min utes ahead of deadlines at The union took General Mo tors out of 1965 model produc tion but announced its plants which build and sell parts to Chrysler and Ford would not be Disclosure the strike was of ficial didnt come until after workers already had started walking out at and else HAW President Walter Reuther announced at that it was with a great sense of sadness and disap pointment that he announced failure to reach agreement with General He was accompanied to a televised news conference by Leonard UAW vice president and chief of its GM The UAW estimated its strike of GM would idle of its production Noneconomic demands of the rather ap parently brought about the GM had offered to match the economic package won at Ford and which UAW president Walter Reuther had estimated worth cents over the next three Unresolved issues at the start See Page S Zoning Board Denies Permit ror Building Dovers Zoning Board of Ap by a 21 last night Kidnaped French Trio Found Safe PARIS AP Three French schoolchildren kidnaped last Monday were found safe today by the side of a road near Bor in southwestern The children told police a young man and a woman called Nicole had let them out of a light blue The Joel Biet and Pa trick both and Pa tricks sister were pronounced in excellent They had not been Citizens Must Do Their Own Building Mineral City Told By Pete Grab Dally Reporter Staff Writer MINERAL CITY It is your responsibility to build your Cecil Haver of Newcomerstown told nearly 75 persons attending a Community Improvement Corps commu nitywide public meeting here last credited with a major part in founding a successful CIC program in Newcomers continued No one will do it for You are in competition with the large cities They are trying to woo all of the payroll dollars their way if they speaker for the the first public meeting held by the Mineral City CIC group since its beginning last March was backed up by Curt Coonz of the Ohio Depart ment of Paul president of the CIC here and James Burgess of the County Chamber of Com William Sattler was modera tor for the I know some of you are thinking that Newcomerstown is a booming community because of the publicity we bave re Haver I would ot have you believe it is the Utopia of the Retail business there is still ot too good because some of he people who work there still pend their money Jut I can tell you this for cer the presence of lie 5 plants that have moved in during the last 10 taxes See MINERAL Page 8 DAY MIGHIfNfl Middle age is when you can eat your cake aw have iodjges moment of truthl Daily Reporter Photographer Bob Sprankle captured Mary Jo Marinos remarkable facial expression as she headed downward into a of warmed An instant before she was perched atop a small the Dover Lions dunking machine at the Don Garber of Strasburg tossed ball that sent Mary Jo on her downward She is a daughter of and Mrs William Marino of RD and a student at The drenched Sprankle and his causing a temporary denied an Lowell trofessional building on several Jnion lots recently reclas ified from R2 to R4 residen Off The Reporters County Fair Notes Editors dont have much pa tience with photographers who miss picture even if its a photo of a contrary hog at the County Cameraman Robert Sprankle of The Daily Reporter and sev eral of his contemporaries were given a rough time yesterday by a Several times during a 15minute effort to shoot the animal it got only to be cornered Quite a group of spectators were enjoying the battle when Sheriff Young came along and gave the photogra phers a Guarding a gate like a hockey he only let the charging animal slip through once or Explaining I used to be a farm the sheriff finally resorted to a familiar He stopped the animals rambling with and the cameramen then got their Lester of Uhr who has been working in the 4H took advantage of yesterdays cool weather and caught up on his He slept most of the morning and had a long afternoon I dont think I had more than 40 winks up until he explained to an inquiring there wasnt an emer gency on the Fairgrounds late yesterday afternoon when pa trons heard that ambulance si Nurses at the Red Cross first See FAIR Page 2 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 60 Low 45 Elsewhere In High Low Pr cloudy 79 54 clear 62 41 cloudy 59 49 os clear 91 69 liami 86 78 rew clear 81 53 clear 65 47 clear 71 44 an clear 92 60 clear 83 52 TODAY 7 46 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 70 Low 42 Forecast Cloudy and P IAV WWW he board held that the propos ed project did not comply with all aspects on the new zoning ordinance among other requires that an appli cant must be a property owner or Bowers has an option on the property 2 lots owned by and Arthur Dell A number of protests pre application by Bowers to erect The dissenting members of 78 Homes Lost In Coast Fires ByDlALTORGERSON SANTA fire which twice burned into the hillside suburbs of Santa Barbara turned away today and blazedintolightly populated V It was the third time the fire seemed to be away from Santa Firemen couldnt say whether it could turn and viously had been ity Council was made while in the pro cess of rezoning the ap proving the measure over May or LeMoyne Luthys When asked by a member of the audience if the boards say was Solicitor Mario Corsi indicated that it Protestors were represented at last nights meeting by James representing Ed ward a property owner involved in the hit the city The fire has now blackened killed one man and injured 36 all firefight It has destroyed 78 homes and including the luxu rious homes of Avery president of the Internationa Olympic and Robert Maynard pres ident of the Center for the Study of Democratic Santa Ana winds the devil winds whr sweep down coastal canyous to the sea have three times sent the blaze burning toward Santa a city of nestled between the Pacific and the Santa Ynez The fire started Tuesday aft ernoon at 2 by fastmoving aerial tanker was hit hard firemen and and seemed headed Inland by 9 then came the devil In an hour 12 homes Forest Service firefight 70 Children Neglected Quints Parents Have New Baby AP A bouncing baby girl of 10 pounds plus was born Thursday light to Andrew who gave birth to quintuplets a little over a year The baby who weighed 10 7 ounces and measured inches and the mother were doing well at Lukes a spokesman The sandyhaired mother of U children lapsed into sleep short ly after the and there was Strasburg Area Man Is Sent To Workhouse no immediate comment from William of RD was sen tenced today to a year in the Toledo Workhouse on a charge of neglect of 10 Juvenile Court Judge Ralph Finley deferred action on the case of Blankenships 36year old for at least a Finley said he was de laying his decision until he had deternined what should be done with 2 of Blankenships children by a former Finley also delayed a final disposition with regard to the 8 Phila Policeman New Philadelphia Police Cl Louis Clark announced this morning that traffic patrolman Robert Airgood had submitted his letter of resignation effec tive at 3 who has been on the force 9 said he was re signing to take a job with War ner tf Swasey in New Philadel He is to start his new NOTICE REPORTER SUBSCRIBERS Whtn Colling porttr Circulation oV partmtnt Call 4 9167 Itfoft 5 Call Afttr 5 ther children of the Blanken Blankenship sobbed open y when Finley told her defi nitely that she would lose the children at least for a period of The parents had previously pleaded guilty to the charge of leglect after they were arrest ed last July Prosecutor Harlan Spies produced evidence to sub stantiate the charges that the iO ages 2 to had been Juveaile Officer Harry Fisher told of his visits in January See Page 2 bolstered by county and city blocked it By 7 Wednesday the fire had covered but the air at dusk was and the fire was again moving Again the winds In eight minutes the temperature rose 12 degrees and winds of 50 miles an hour pushed flames toward the To the east the ocean lines to Santa Barbaras south and See 78 Page t Mayor Huston Head CD Mayor Donald Huston of 131 Taylor today was appointed County Civil De fense Director by the County In making the the commissioners at the same time accepted the resignation of Wallace of 803 Par ish On Wal laces the commission ers reappointed him as assist ant along with Lyons of 503 4th Den In a letter to the commis Wallace said that the accelerated Civil Defense Pro gram had made it impossible for him to carry out the necessary duties of the He said that he found the appointment incompatible with the burden of his own business machine op at 3 Guns Stoltn From Homt At Phila Theft of 3 valued from the home of Richard Everett of 155 23rd New is being investi gated by sheriff Ever ett told deputies the guns were taken from a bedroom closet sometime He report ed two 12gauge shotguns and a 3030 Martin leveraction ware Ruling Awaited In Palmer Death It is expected to be several weeks before laboratory reports are received on the cause of deatb of Harold of RD on IT in a Canton Unable to he lapsed at home the week previ A Dean assisted in getting him tip Palmer car and was driving to Union Hospital when it broke A passing motorists aU then was Pal mer administered mnujUitQ resuscitation en route to tfef hospital where au emergnacy tracheotomy was A heart attack first was Ueved to have the but Palmer that hits i   

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