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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Tusky Vallty Win Wnkend Strasburg Growing CKctptonct an mert inttrtiting poptr HOMI 20 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Nwemto PHONE 42167 I VflNMP 7 CENTS LBJ LAUDS WORK BY GOP AIDES WASHINGTON Johnson says he is very proud of the work done in his administration by many Republicans and he the GOP has a vital role to play in the American Defense Chief Talks Budget With Johnson JOHNSON AP President Johnson meets today with Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara as he pushes his campaign to keep next years federal budget un der McNamara was invited to be Johnsons guest at the 400acre LBJ Ranch to discuss Pentagdn budgeting that will be crucial to the overall federal spending plan destined for delivery to Congress in Flying west from Washington with McNamara was Deputy Secretary of Defense Cyrus coming to the Texas hill country without any formal agenda for his talks with was to arrive late He will be an overnight guest at the ranch where the President has been relaxing since the 3 McNamara will be joined here Tuesday by Secretary of State Dean The President and the two key Cabinet members will jointly canvass some of the See Page 9 Crash Victim Services Set Services will be held at 1 Tuesday in Kaserman Naylor Funeral Home for Thelma Jean daughter of Mr and Harold Carte of RD New who was kill ed Wednesday in an auto ac cident on Route near Ros Mervin Taylor will of ficiate with burial in East Ave nue Friends may call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 to day at the funeral The who died in Canton Aultman was the coun tys 24th traffic fatality this surpassing the 23 deaths recorded during In an copyright nterview today in News World the President was asked how he viewed the Republican partys present He replied I certainly feel that the Re publican party has an important and vital role to fill in our sys tem and in the making of our national I am very proud of the con tributions made to the adminis tration by so many outstanding good Republicans and good such as Secretaries McNamara and Dillon Secre tary of Defense Robert Mc Namara and Secretary of the Treasury Douglas CIA Director John Special Assistant for National Security Affairs McGeorge and distinguished Republican busi nesscommunity leaders such as John McCloy and Robert Ander I very proud during the campaign to have the active support of four former members of the Cabinet under President I anticipate that some of hose Republicans who sup ported us during the campaign will resume an active role in eading the Republican party on a constructive course to main tain the bipartisanship in gov ernment which is so essential to Americas success in all Asked how he interpreted the vote in last Tuesdays le I believe the mandate s for constructive and progressive programs to meet the problems of Americas As for his wide margin of he I believe it will strengthen the countrys John Paul of Canton was speaker for yesterdays Veterans Day Seated on the platform are VPW and American Legion organ ization officials and Stare Senatorelect Danny who will speak at New Philadelphias ceremony The color guard is from Dover VFW Post Dover Pauses For Tribute To Fallen Heroes Of War DOCKET EXPANDED Ohio James Rhodes expanded the call for the special session of the Legislature today to include 10 more subjects without asking immediate action on possible reap 2 Coon Hunters Tagged Jan of East Sparta was fined and Francis of RD Mineral in North ern District Court today for hunting raccoons The charges were filed by Don Mycko of dis trict enforcement who said the pair was pursuing rac coon Saturday night along Coun ty Road near Mineral Mucko said he followed them through the woods for nearly 2 hours before making the ar out of court noted raccoon bunting season doe not begin until next QN THE INSIOf Dear Abby your Horoscope Around The World Goren On 17 18 9 17 4 Television Craw IH4U Americas role and influence for peace and freedom in the times to come will be strengthened by the unity and agreement demonstrated by our East Sparta Father Of 5 Hangs Self EAST SPARTA Village po lice reported today that Wil liam of 1946 Wal nut was found hang ing from a rope in the base ment of his home Sunday morn ing at Stark County Coroner Shaheen ruled suicide in the death of whose body was found by a father of 5 had resided here 18 Po lice said they had no reason for the Born in he also is survived by his Haddie Bibey of and his William of Hei An employe of Republic Steel in he was a member of the First Christian the Sportsmans Club and served as a Boy Scout He was a veteran of World War Other survivors include his Erma and a daugh1 and 4 Keith and all of the and Alvoh with the Ma rines at Camp A resides at Services will he held Wednes day at in the Gordon Fu neral with A E Buri al will to to tie Sparta Cemetery with special military graveside Friends may Tribute was paid yesterday to the thousands of gallant Americans who fought and died in defense of theircountry dur ing the annual VFW Veterans Day parade held in downtown Several hundred persons took time out to view the parade and staged in front of the Post Speaker was Army Reserve John Paul of Can presently assistant division sales manager of Ohio Power He told the audience that in this time of uneasy peace we must pause a moment and rec ognize this special occasion by paying honor to those who gave their lives in This loyalty day must be observed to reaffirm the strength of this he stat One of every 8 Americans are veterans of wartime and they are the crosssection of There are the the American Legion and Disabled Veterans and many more or ganizations that have this pat riotic power so necessary in keeping Americas America was built on this patriotic power and it must go on in order for the younger generation to live in a peaceful Master of ceremonies was Marshall Sutherin of past district who introduced guests and awarded the 9 trophies to marching unit They were Mens color guard of Canton Post 44 Girls color guard of Canton VFW Post 3747 boys color guard of Canton Post 44 womens color See Page 2 The call went out in advance of the session facing the ticklish issue of congression al redistricting and a dozen oth er The governor has Indicated he will wait for the legislature to include reapportionment on the special session Subjects stated in the Expand ed call request actions to the payment dates on the gross premium tax on foreign insurance companies to give the state a onetime wind fall of about the salaries of all legislative members and town ship offices omitted from the previous boards of educa tion to contract with the state or federal governments for youth or adult training Eliminate an estimated annual windfall In dis counts in wholesalers on rette tax laws dealing with the issuance of bonds based on liquor department revenues to replace statutes knocked out by the Ohio Supreme the Board of gents to accept construct buildings and lease them to uni versities and a mea sure designed to aid Youngs town the Division of Mines to issue and enforce leg See Page 9 8 Meeting Scheduled On Subdivision Regulations PAY BRIGHTENER More people enjoy baseball than football because it doesnt require a college education to get Winning a trophy in Veterans Day parade was this Junior Girls Unit sponsored by the Ayera VFW Post The theme was Strengthen Americanism by Weakening Four Elected To Fair Board Annual voting Saturday saw 3 directors of the Tuscarawas County Agricultural Society re named and a new board mem ber Reelected were Clarence Hursey of Washington Town Dean Swaldo of York and Weldon Yakley of Wil liam Metzger of Goshen is the new replacing Abbuhl of Officers will be chosen at the December The during its meeting following the dis cussed the possibility of charg ing admission on Monday night preceding opening of the annual fair to minimize congestion for those putting up Weathervane SATURDAY High 60 Low 37 YESTERDAY High 56 Low 35 The Weather Elsewhere High Low clear 68 44 cloudy 61 51 Los cloudy 70 56 cloudy 79 69 New clear 61 44 clear 70 50 San rain 65 59 clear 66 39 TODAY 7 34 RAINFALL Last 48 hours none TOMORROW Sunset High 66 Low 46 Forecast Fair and Activities Set By Phila Units State Senatorelect Danny Johnson of New Philadelphia will be featured speaker Wed nesday at New Philadelphias Veterans Day The observance will be held at the Courthouse Plaza follow ing a short which will move from the American Le gion Home on Broadway at The New Philadelphia High band and massed colors from the various will participate with Aaron Funk in The program will include the placing of wreaths at the vet erans monument by Albert Rapport of the American Le See Page 2 The question of the proposed county subdivision which has been dormant from late January until after the No vember has reared its hand In a meeting with Regional Planning Commission members County Commissioners decided to hold a hearing at 1 They were undecided as to the specific matter to be dis cussed at that Howev they told RPC Chairman Burton Peck and Fred a that Prosecutor Bar lan Spies had advised them the meeting would only concern the proposed regulations pertaining to alleys and Both Peck and Zimmer said they thought the basic point of discussion at the meeting should be whether commissioners will adopt the proposed planning regulations as they have now been After a series of public hear ings in the first part of the commissioners remanded the proposed regulatios to the RPC for revision in line with sugges tions made at the These revisions nave been made Difference Is Solved call at tfo home fm day from By FRED HOFFMAN WASHINGTON AP This may jolt her 7th grader Debbie Greenberg is right about the official Army Debbie and her teacher had a difference of opinion on this question She contended the Armys tune is the Caisson He insisted it is The Ballad of Rodger Debbie knew it is hard to win an argument with a teacher unless you have some evidence on your So she went to the writing a letter from her home at to United States the Pentagon I Jam m very busy and cannot be bothered with heavy but I have an important favor to ask she started Then Debbie told about her discussion with her teacher I had to name four service I named the Navys no the Air the then I named the Caisson Song for the He so sweetly said m After this response my heart sank to the bottom of my I argued in a polite way that I was He thinks Uw Army song is Rodger Almost Debbie said she bad consulted every library and reference source of serviceman on the I bate to bother you mem in stVP but this means a lot to I am not trying to show my teacher all I am interested in is the Army If you are too busy to write maybe you could have one of the soldiers in a remote sec tion of the world answer After signing the Deb bie added as a Youre very Thanks a Maybe it was the that did the matter came to the attention of a general who wrote back a Dear Debbie letter confirming that our song is Army Goes Boiling Along and it is based on the old Caisson My answer will please but it probably will not do the same for your the general said Claims Denied In Closing Of Township Road County Commissioners today turned down all claims for dam ages and compensation filed af ter the closing of a section of Franklin Township Road 424 and a bridge near Interstate south of The which amounted to more than were en tered individually by Jones Construction owner of the property abutting the road and bridge East Ohio Gas which has lines and pipes servicing the Sugarcreek Town ship area passing through the property and Paul Hamble agent for interest holders on a Smith gas well located on the The road section and the bridge were vacated because of the cost maintaining A problem was created in the plans for the new IS a section of road was deadended and the RPC members have asked that they be submitted for other public Though the RPC treasury has been drained to an approximate Peck and Zimmer said today they would attempt to contact Carroll Hill and a Columbus planning consultant to determine how the hearings should be con Peck said he thought that a public hearing by the planning commission itself should be first held before the Commissioners or at least in conjunc tion with Commissioners said Spies told them their hearing should be held prior to and separate from a RPC The decided to go ahead with tbt 8 saying they would publicly advertise it for 30 The Regional Planning regu lations are designed to control according to Ohio state the development of subdivisions and allotments in the county and outside They set up minimum requirements for the layout of properties which are to be water and With the help of the Hill the RPC has prepared a com plete set of regulations which the commissioners must ap prove and Trucker Injured After Car Forces Rig Into Henry of is listed fairly in Twin City Hospital following an accident at Tappan Lake at driving a trailer went into the lake after an approaching auto went left of forcing him to go off the road and into UM Miguel was admitted with bv juries to his abrasions to his face and chin and Investigation is Postal Go On Sato and made travel useless lor The claims were all based up on the fact that entrance into the Jones property was made impossible by the dosing of the Dover Postmaster Citffwd Hagtack announced today ttat specially deslped age stamps for tat season will go on at Hi Post Office This years staup feaiun 4 different road and fHHisiirMgs ajnd Mil sheet of Dover Post SUSsY I supply of UillL   

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