Tuesday, November 17, 1964

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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1964, Dover, Ohio tfU But Prepare conchttton tal WASHINGTON AP A earing wtttr riia be pf many The Weather Bureau ly refuses to say the winter witt Weather and the taws points today to an JM n The most h win hstard It ttft A A 9VMJr IWICQ 4 MiyiiUk J wowifttne INVSSU COUN mow now what the Jet stream witt he doing next Janttary it might come James OCdu bureau tv made a valiant effort the jet stream in words to an It is the core or nucleus of a broad band of westerly winds which sweep across the jpitiffe and the united west o They fly at an alti tude ranging from to maybe Treaato yea cannot count m them to fly ttiw 8flalti their If they snake northward In the over the Yukon for ex much of the United States can look for earmuff If they meander mtfe te wanii ine BMNHVH or swept along by they may pick op a tot of water vapor over the Gulf of This could mean wnbnOa See Page I Dont Mist Tht Around Tht World Ntwi Capsules VOL 18 DAILY REPORTER Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew November HOME EDITION NOW READ BY FAMILIES PHONE 42167 7 CENTS United Fund Goes Beyond Drive Goal The United Fund is over the top This was the jubilant an nouncement today by Joseph general chairman for the DoverNew Philadelphia UF Latereporting smaller firms and individual gifts pushed the total of cash and pledges to the largest amount ev er raised in the 22year history of the local Dragovich This represents per cent of the minimum goal of These additional funds will make it possible to take care of unpaid pledges from last years drive and at the same time provide the 12 wel fare and recreational agencies their amounts under a budget that was reduced by 2 per cent because the 1963 goal was not there will be a reserve fund left to offset any unpaid pledges in this years In announcing the Dragovich said that more than contributors had accepted their community responsibility as he lauded the several hun dred volunteers who made the drive a successful this is an outstanding Job and every worker contrib utor has my he A breakdown of the goal See Page 2 Vegas Flight Just Missed Topping Ridge LAS AP Just this much more and he would have cleared that a sheriffs deputy said holding his hands about two feet AN ETERNAL MONUMENTMonday this model of the tomb of late Kennedy was un veiled at a press preview in Design for the incorporating the eternal has been approved by John Proposed Municipal Pay Package Includes 5 Benefits SCHOOL OFFICIALS FACE DECISION Health Board Dilemma Defined By Norm Singleton Daily Reporter Staff Writer Sixty per cent of Tuscarawas Countys General Health Dis trict program is devoted to school health 39 buildings and some In 1950 the health board serv ed only students with a staff of 8 nurses and Because of decreased revenue from various sources to today provides the same services to nearly twice that number with He was standing in hard packed snow 50 yards from the ridge called Arden Dome that stopped a Bonanza Airlines F27 turboprop Sunday All 29 aboard died in the Clearly visible from where he stood was Las Vegas McCarran nine miles to the the destination of Flight 114 from Pilot Hank radioed McCarran tower at two minutes before the plane vanished from a radar scope during a heavy The only persons who knew what happened in that two minutes are A swarm of sheriffs deputies and volunteers removed all the bodies from the high ridge on the western flank of Las Vegas Valley with the aid of JYoimgWomen Hurt In Crash Three young county women were injured in an auto acci dent at Monday morning on Route south of while they were en route home from Sue of 1228 Tre mont was released from Urbana Mercy Hospital last night With a possible frac tured pelvic Her and James Gerber said today she will probably be admitted to Union Norma Jean and her Carol 19 both of Water Uhrichs were bruised and shaken Carol driver of the told Springfield patrolmen that she was blinded by bright lights from an approaching car as she rounded a She said the car slid on wet pave causing her to lose con The car went over an em bankment into a Owner of the catts Bob Bair of who is stationed at where the trio had visited over the week Rail Mediators Hope To Avert Strike Call CHICAGO mediators hope to arrange for new Bargaining sessions between union and railroad officials in a last ditch effort to avert a strike set for Monday which could halt serv heUcopters from nearby Nellis Air Force The plane did not It See Page 10 UNIONS SET MONDAY WALKOUT ce on most of the nations Six shop craft in volved in a wage dispute with he neaflf to Monday called the strike of their members or 6 local A spokes man for the unions said the walkout would halt service on he 187 railroads and terminal switching companies which handle more than 90 per cent of he nations rail Zoar Woman Dies In Crash Helen o who was spending the win ter with her in Bonita was killed in a traffic accident there yes Vielhauers auto was struck by a truck as she was attempting a left turn onto a main highway and she was killed Her Howard Sturm of New Philadel was informed of the fatal ity last Funeral arrangements are complete at Lebold Funeral Home in The Michael president of the AFLCIO Rail way Employes said that consideration would be jiven any fair and equitable settlement offer from the rail He also said serious con sideration would be given any request from the White There was no immediate word from the White House but the shop unions have rejected as inadequate a presidential emer gency boards recommended increase of 27 cents an hour over a threeyear Francis ONeill of the Nation al Mediation Board came to Chicago from Washington and met separately with carrier and union officers He said he would try to set up bargain ing sessions between union and rail spokesman fo ust 7 The average monthly starting alary at Union Hospital for a urse Just completing training s A Health District nurse with 5 years experience and here are nly These and many other facets f the countys health ts income and its were explained to 12 county chool administrators last They were asked by the Board if Health to sell the pro gram to their respective school wards in a plea for additional In effort to restore staff salaries to a respectable the Health Board has asked for 50cent assessment per yielding for continuation of the school health It means each school board will have to make the payments or have a very limited health The latter could con ceivably bring about transport ing of students to health offices in Union Hospital for immuniza as required under state Group rather the said the carriers will not go beyond the retom mendations made 20 by th emergency He said t grant higher increases would be unfair to other rail unions whic he said have or are about t agree to the boards Fox said the six unions See Page 10 than individual al so would be in The plea for additional is being made to all county school with the excep tion of New which has its own health In a letter dated 9 and sent to all Leslie health commis stated The situation is Krebiozen Promoters Guilty On 49 Counts WASHINGTON AP The defendants knew she had died of Mineral City Driver Fined William of Min eral City was fined in Northern District Court yester day for reckless operation after being clocked by state patrol men at 95 miles per hour on Route According to a statement fil ed with the Homan going 70 miles per hour ndrtn of Dover but speeded to 95 when the patrol cruiser came up be hind promoters of Krebiozen were in dicted today on 49 counts of mail mislab eling and making false state ments to the government about the product they claim is a treatment for The handed down by a Federal Grand Jury in charges that the de fendents reported one Krebiozen patient healthy when he had been dead six It charges that they reported the cost of producing one gram of Krebiozen as when it actually is a common chemical costing about SO cents a The indictment also charges that one defendant signed a death certificate on a Krebiozen patient whose death was report ed to the government as being caused by pneumonia when the Area Church Survey Findings Rival Those In 3 Other Counties aete Tato to a sec series if aitklweiia dents and M were rural Sixtyone owned Stale DalvewMys Karal ly Slatf Writer fkt ftadiBft the other Of the classed as their own homes and more than hatf had lived at their present residatee more than II The number of people witehoU from It Urn Uies with t members to z fami lies with ll 0r Ages of tie nwfertty of Main la tie wvtheji portion 4 the county wai between JW4 wijstttx to Family income ranged from 3 families with IMM or more to I families receiving less than The highest perceatage fit white the taorewttli to families were in the income bracket Six teen f amjMea W ant know or did not aaswer this U that wm Holmes Recount Shows Levy Okay MILLERSBURG The ott clal 3 vote count by the Holmes County Board of Elec tions on the 3mlll levy in Kill buck Township shows the levy passed by 4 The unofficial tally for the levy ended in a 944 The additional levy is for new fireftghting equipment and a fire The recount was held last ON THE INSIOf conditions were favorable pr feu area ia the aortaern ia TeC Dear Abby Vow Acting Nicholas atzenbach announced the in ictment It names as de endants the Krebiozen Re earch Foundation and four men Stevan he founder his a lawyer Andrew for years a well known medical scientist and educator nd former vice president of the University of and William all of Sandy Valley ssuesBack For Primary MAGNOLIA Sandy Valley Joard of Education last night took initial steps to place the 3 mill bond issue and mill op erating levy on the May pri mary which will make he third time for the issues to be placed before voters in the school Both were defeated for the second time at the 3 elec The bond 3 mills for 22 is for construction of a new junior high and even more serious now than it was at that time 1963 when an early and similar let er had been issued so that ac tion will be taken whether you are present or no action was taken at last nights Its now up to the local boards of Others conferring with health board mem bers and nurses were Emmet Riley of Dover See HEALTH Page 10 College Night Set Thursday Collegebound high school stu dents will have the opportunity to become familar with area in stitutions of higher learning Thursday night at a College Conference Night program in Dover Admission officers from 17 Ohio colleges and universities will be present to answer ques Each student will be able to attend 3 conferences during the Dover Highs George Sari balas will welcome the students in an assembly at The first conference will start at Students from Jo New Uhr Dennison and the Tus carawas County schools have been invited to Colleges to be represented are University of Akron Baldwin Wallace Bowling Green State University Capi tal Cleveland Engineering In stitute Heidelberg College Kent State Malone Miami University Mount Union Mus kingum TriCounty Health Ca reers Ohio Northern Ohio State Ohio University Otter Council Gives First Reading To 2 Statutes Council and interested parties listened attentively for 60 min utes Monday night during the initial readings of 2 ordinances dealing with pay and for all municipal Both were held over for a Weathervane YBSTEKDAY High 64 Low 34 The Weather Elsewhere High Lew cloudy 52 35 clear 62 36 T cloudy 63 35 Los rain 45 clear 80 69 New clear 57 45 clear 62 38 cloudy 64 45 San clear 58 47 clear 73 48 second reading and possible suspension of rules for passage at the next Council session Monday Both or dinances would be effective On the the pay propos al represents a 5 per cent acrosstheboard bike for most of the municipal In some the hike was more due to job evaluations and abili The first a 10page manuscript which took Council Clerk Calvin Domer and Coun cil President Arthur reading 35 minutes to deals with a gener al reclassification plan and a schedule of pay Fiftyfive classifications are included in the along with an 8step plan of pay rang ing from a lowest hourly figure of to a high of and 34 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours Inch TOMORROW Sunrise High 50 Low 32 Forecast Partly cloudy and bein and the lowest biweekly figure of to a high of The ordinance also set forth the number of employes in the various classifications in each municipal division and indicates various funds from which each are to be In proposing the pay ordi Uhville Home Hit By Thieves UHRICHSVILLE Investi gation of a breaking and enter ing is being continued by police Council indicated its in tent of establishing the proposed steps for the next 4 counting 1965 as the first Starting with the first full payroll period in and with the first full payroll period of each succeeding year all employes in each classification would be advanc ed to and be paid the next im mediate pay step within the pay They received a report Sun Youth Loses Battle lo Aid Fallen Friend 17yearold fighting frost bite and a raging brought rescuers to Us hiking companion Monday only to find him frozen to death in Arizonas rugged Young Michael McBride was hospitalized with frostbitten feet after his futile attempt to save Abram William of Bell A search was to begin today for Clarks and the youths George Me Bride of Temper atures were expected to drop to near zero in the canyon country where they were last The four had been packing supplies into nigged Tote yon south of Williams where Clark planned to return on a rockhunting expedition in the range of the particular classifi cation of that provid ed such employe has been in the employ of the city for at least 6 months prior to pay in crease It is also pointed out in the ordinance wording that the wage increases for I960 and day at that someone had broken into the Ralph La Porte residence at 502 llth between Friday and Sunday Police said entry was gained by breaking a door win Missing area portable television tape 2 wrist movie binoculars and portable stereo leatherette and a transistor thereafter are contingent on the favorable vote of a renewal of the 5mill operating levy which expires in 1905 and will be sub mitted to the voters at either the May primary or November gen eral election next Under the proposed which fell more in line with re McBride told his rescuers that Clark decided she couldnt hike out of the canyon to where they had parked their She aqd the elder McBride headed for a ranch II miles down the Clark the bey hflui back up the canyon to the The vehicle stalled in the how See page U DAY MIGHTENEt quests presented earlier by both ouj See PAY Pan I Too many things that go wife for current Chtck Fight Rtport Dover police at last night investigated a report of a fight on the near Dynam ic Discount The fracas the additional operating levy is I was over when they Stone Creek Is Informal Phila School Board Topic Tiny But Titanic Tie Gone On Bridge 1 1 I TeJevtataa WOBMI DENNISON An Ohio Power yndermtoed by toppled onto 3rd last night at bringing traffic to a standstill for l It took repair crews just that amount of tiwe to clip and tie off live Taert was m power blackout ing termites had eaten into the pole about a foot below ground weakening the He eypiainad that the pole is what is termed a dead end pole with only a few lines lead ing to tt held a street tKtoire afigording to had jao supporting New Philadelphia Board Education moved quickly through a light agenda and then turned to discussion OB the pro posed Stone CreekJefferson School District most of which was informal and off the Actual business transacted to eluded Approval of a diploma for Gloria who has completed belle who died tost Iaj no one was Changing the hoard policy te the agent ef tain all commisrinm for the school lystows better iaauraace for tae aext S previously has spUt the with II other the requirements Naming of Fait su pervisor of vocational aM head of the schflftij M vocational ordinator Hiring of Olive of New Philadelphia to teach that wuKiaimino 1JIS daiia ilPnw repiifiM In tad fer