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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Professors At OSU Turn Out Unsarty Ham Thrw professors who My they have developed an unsalty ham for hetrt tfted tteif on MO AttJjJfeA fsjIVM H and very our DeUd Mid R looked like Christmas AfMRMFf IMllUvB Mid to MJt TIM TCw tin Onto State IMP IRH tfcmk tMi was tentd m i nr prtnt tt at Metffcal So meeting Tuesday of had stiff iMIHWf tasted tiit ftm raid the dtwWhg proww was flitt simple and No details wwe given because the proms is in the hands of a committee seeking patent The wportfd they hflvt developed low fllltl umconieni uewnueu n delicious and teitrtifol In tin AI Aifett OH m MSB Uwrwict pwfefcW of animal carved the bits of ham for Tuesday nights The other member of the team me alMsfftnt professor of Hiu Un JofM assistant professor tt See Page II Somtont From Rtporttr Is Working For You 24 Hours A Day VOL 32 DAILY HOMf IDiTION Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County November Strvhtf Over PaninTei PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Proposed Redistricting Is Not Lawmakers Say Weather Confuses The Birds By JOE DILL CHICAGO AP This is the season when any subur banite worth his salt usually is moodily contemplating his snow many of them have dande lion In the eastern half of the trees stubbornly clutch their leaves and flowers are Even the birds are The western United States has felt the coining winters but the mild tempera tures and fair skies of Indi an summer prevail from the Midwest to New Eng Much of the sun favored area also is trapped in a prolonged In a conserva tionist said the balmy No vember weather has kept the birds from their annual The other Robert Mann I saw huge flocks of blackbirds and bronzed grackles traveling They should have been flying south at this time of They seem to think its still The flowers and the trees dont seem to know today is Dandelions are blooming and leaves are still on buckthorn Indian which has no definite beginning or end on the is a short period of especially fair days and chilly nights in late October or early No The season is caused by a large mass of warm tropi cal American Indians are credited by some sources with naming Indian summer as their favorite god of the In New England and the rest of the tempera tures have been in the pleasant In the the mer cury has been flirting with summertime The temperature reached 77 de grees Tuesday in Kansas one degree higher than the record for set in Chicago had 72 one degree short of the record for that Many wooded areas have been closed to the public in New York Indiana has banned camp fires in all state The Iowa State Conservation Commis sion has urged owners of grass and timberlands not to start fires unless abso lutely Temperatures plunged to 10 degrees below freezing in Nevada hard on the heels of a prewinter storm that dumped two feet of snow on the states upper It was Empty Seats Welcome Bill Are Passed Ohio AP A congressional redlstrlcting bill has been But state lawmakers say its a starting not a in their efforts to carve Ohio into 24 districts of nearly equal popu The bill was introduced in the nearly empty chamber of the House of Representatives Tues day night during a skeleton ses sion for that It is the 24th bill to be brought up in this special now in its third ting the signature of State Audi tor Roger Tracy on million in advancedated pay maintenance and old age pension checks passed both houses without a dissenting vote UNDER PROPOSAL Tuscarawas County In 18th District The congressional redistricting bill introduced during General Assembly session as a or starting would transfer Tuscarawas County from the 16th to the 18th District The 18th would comprise Harrison and Jeffer now in that along with Noble and Many of advance the dated for AUDITOR TAKES State Finance Director Richard Krabach right with hand gave the oath of office Tuesday to newlyappointed State Auditor Chester Coble succeeding the late Roger Members of the gover nors cabinet looking on left to right include aid Gordon Peltier and Pearl Mashe Also present but out of the picture were Wil liam Martin Willard Elmer Fred Morr and Denver AP Wire Party in i likes British ension Rates LONDON AP The new Labor government announced oday substantial increases in British pensions and unemploy ment benefits and a hike in in come taxes to pay for James chancellor of the exchequer a post simi lar to secretary of the treasury in the United States told the House of Commons the addi tional welfare outlay would cost approximately 85 million pounds million a He said the standard income tax rate would be raised from shillings 9 pence per cent to 8 shillings 3 pence per cent per pound of taxable income to meet the ad ditional Callaghan said the pension rate for a retired married cou ple would rise from 5 pounds 9 shillings a week to 6 pounds 10 shillings The weekly unemployment benefit will go up from 3 pounds 7 shillings 6 pence to pounds The mala function of the budget was to regularize the 15 per cent surtax on imports the government imposed last month to cut Imports have been running far ahead of ex giving Britain an adverse trade gap estimated at billion this Britains trading partners in Europe have criticized the sur Alvarez Around The iospital News Obituaries See Page 2 On The Inside Looks At Page 3 School Board Members Are Keys Page 8 Strasburg Teachers Do Page 13 Rival Grid Coaches Speak Out Page 17 GOP Continues Self Page 21 Grange Cites Youth Page 26 Sports Womens Pages Your Horoscope Dear Abby Beaverdam Creek Residents Asked To Speak Up Thursday scheduling were in the mail when Tracy died Monday House members considered and passed three other bills Tuesday to Correct a 1963 legislative over Residents in the Beaverdam Creek area are invited to ex press their approval or disap proval of a proposed watershed improvement project at a pub lic hearing tobe held at in New Phila delphia City Council Members of the Ohio Water Commission will be present to consider application for assist ance on the watershed project under Public Law known as Small Watershed Application was made under the SoU Conservation Ser vice program by officials of the Tuscarawas SoU and Water Conservation the Mus kingum Watershed Conservancy District and Tuscarawas Coun ty Before the a review ing team from the Ohio Depart ment of Natural Resources will conduct an area field Results from this and the mony of the Water Commission will be used in deciding wheth er to approve or disapprove the project New Philadelphia Councilman William Hicks said today he oped the persons from Ward for the last 3 have een pressuring him for some kind of relief from the flooding would be present to voice their opinions at the hear ents on the project will be The Water Commission has asked that any long or de ailed statements or questions submitted in in or der to make the hearing as brief as Hes There TodayIn Memory WASHINGTON AP Mem as the poet can ai well as Of blessed memory are the hours that John Kennedy neat Us small cbiMbm Tley were precious times that lid to be stolen from busy It was just a year ago today Kennedy took to Arlington Cemetery for a wwitMayiug hMOiing the nations oWt and white sat with a Secret Service agent on a mar ble bench Once John broke away and beaded for the Recap he was set down in a walkway where the agent awl a White House hemmed him as much as two of tary aides MA tiers hjuwt Out of the took tte boys other mili set of Joha the air nun iela bt as they drove ou they r Jnl of the John waved energetic goodbysj It was a Utherandsoa snow that warmed the heart ai it VWIsWllnBPni UPP wfwi earlier MP MMiF Both proponents and oppo Phila Roomer Is Missing New Philadelphia Police Chief Louis Clark said today that his men have been told to be on the lookout for Herbert who was last seen Clark said the mans automo bile was picked up Saturday on Fiar where it bad been parked 3 Widdoes bad a room at 4214th He is 5 foot 4 inches weighs approximately has brown hair and brown eyes and LBJ Reviews Possible Cut In Excise Tax By FRANK CORMIER JOHNSON President Johnson summoned Secretary of the Treasury Doug las Dillon to his hillcountry ranch today to make plans for a 1965 excise tax winding up a first round of postelection confer ences with top Cabinet also invited Secretary of Com merce Luther Hodges to visit the ranch during the afternoon to talk about voluntary com pliance with the new Civil Rights Act and the business out look at home and Both Secretary of state Dean Rusk and Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara conferred with the President Tuesday at the 400acre LBJ Johnson wanted to talk to Dil lon about tax legislation to be submitted to Congress in Janu During the election cam the President said he would recommend a major cut in excise He hinted at broader tax cuts in the longer range The Presidents efforts to re duce the budget now totaling about billion a will be affected by the size and timing of the planned cut in excise Excise taxes net close to billion a year an amount large enough to discourage any See EXCISE Page 2 sight in continuing a penny of the fivecentsapack cigarette tax beyond its expira tion date of next failed to continue a prohibition against the usual wholesalers 3 13 per cent discount on that The money is to help meet the 1963 voterapproved mil lion capital improvements bond issue without the prohibi sponsors said wholesalers would have gotten an estimated The vote was Permit the State Highway De partment lo proceed with work See Page 10 Thieves Hit Dundee Area Stone Company Theft of a air hammer was reported to sheriff deputies this morning by Jonas owner of the Dundee Stone at RD Yoder said a wrench valued at and worth of fin ished sand also were The theft occurred last night in a quarry off County Road College Bills Okayed Ohio Ohio House Education Commit tee today recommended passage of bills to create Cleveland State University and Toledo State Col lege of There was no opposition to the Johnson Asks Remembrance Of War Heroes State Danny John son was guest speaker at this mornings annual New Phila delphia Veterans Day obser vance at the Courthouse which drew approximately 200 Presentation ceremonies were conducted by Legion Al bert Rapport of Post Ell wood past command er Earl Junior vice commander of the Ohio VFW and Elmer a disabled The four men placed wreaths at the veterans memo rials in the Jon Naylor of the VFW was in charge of the which included a welcome speech by New Philadelphia Mayor Joe The New Philadelphia High band pro vided music prior to the pro Invocation was given by Mervin Taylor and benediction by Joseph In his Johnson said Veterans Day is a day set aside whereby we pause in thoughtful reverence for those servicemen and women of all It is a day which is cele brated more universally in America than any other holi One in which people of all faiths I am so glad that some of our schoolage youth are let out of I feel that the vet erans organization should next year seek the release of the schoolage children to help us pay the proper respect to those See Page 2 The 16th also would Wayne County to the 17th with the former then comprising Stark and now in the All the changes would be as follows 1st and 2nd Districts Un both in Hamilton 3rd Montgomery County alone now Montgomery and Aug Sandusky to present Ot Van Wert out Fairfield to present out Warren from present Clin Richland to present Wyan Lucas Franklin including part of Co now the southeast cor out Portage from See Page 10 DAY BRIGHTENER Infant prodigy A small child with highly imaginative par Teachers Walkout Fails To Close Louisville Schools wears Widdoes is not wanted on any Minimum Wage Increase Approved Weathervane High 64 Low 45 Elecwbere la cloudy M 44 clear 12 Los clear II clear 79 New cloudy 18 cloudy 41 71 Hi lid HnciaJjBjf4 VftMVM verance Tbty having aitfhtr Ml wsW CHHHMsW fcl nJfJ r Ohio APMVtt Dan Ohio director of industrial today ap proved a fiveceatan tour in crew to the ouaimum wage tor VMM aid in the states Jut did by mwi IMS than A SBBte Mi hour fttF IS st clear 75 San rain cloudy 7 TOOAT S2 95 51 44 4 Last M hours now TOUOUQW Sunrise Sjwset High 71 AP The Louisville school teachers strike continued today with the possibility of silent sentinels in stead of pickets at the A court order has been issued against but an attor ney advised the strikers it wouldnt apply if they just walked in Louisville schools continued to operate even with absences of teachers that hit some schools hard There seem to be 150 to 200 strikers compared with the total city teacher force of No firm figure on the strike force has been The teachers seek a pay in John McKeithea of Loui iana called a special session ol the legislature for Monday to boost teachers He act ed in the face of mounting pres sures from Louisianas 3Mft said be ask a ISM munications between the gover ors office and the He said be would outline a gram to substantially improve Oklahomas educational His call for the arae after teachers bad lemanded a salary boost Fowast wuidy art half of what the called lor tfiarhfirB to SUM wsinp with saying bad been bnakitown in FM Joseph Ress Is Dead At Joseph of 114 4th New died last night in Union Hos pital where he had been a pa tient since He was se riously ill 2 Born in be was a son of the late Joseph and Anns Carlin Prior to his ha had been in the automotive busi postmaster at New Phil adelphia from an em ploye at the liquor store in New Philadelphia 15 yean and associated with the Tuscarawas Automobile Club a number of A member of ffmmanufl Lu theran he was a lift member of Elks Lodge Surviving are 2 Joseph Betty Creal and Jack Ann and a all of New adelphia 3 Matthew and Eugene Pete of Dover a Bruce Mt lar of Cleveland and 1 grand His I brothers and S sisters preced ed him ia Services will be Friday at 1 by March saying they wouldnt sign new contracts next spring if their demands were not Between ISO and 251 teachers stayed away from classes in junior and senior ligh schools At some schools the students spent the day in study halls or ranged letween the auditorium and classes that were Some strikers also despite the Many of them met late Tuesday and agreed to keep the walkout The school crisis erupted last Wednesday after voters bad turned down a tax boost that would have increased The current teacher wage in Lftuisvilie is R4M to a The wank a five tones what they under in UnnHertGeib Funeral Home with Janes flsber Interment will be in Evergreen Burial Friends may call at the funeral bone Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to Elks services will be at TB Board Discuss Health Department Aid No quorum was present for i carawas County aad Health to ueioji Hos A brief 4taiMiiNl An sistaaoe tfff thfi fiintr would til Bsteff Hftf 4   

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