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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter November 20, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - November 20, 1964, Dover, Ohio ^i iii    L. —i^——— 11 '"" —"* "    —■Area Dairymen Get Feeding Suggestions At Cheese Talks-—Page IO All Papers Print News. Some, Like The Reporter, Discover It! The Daily Reporter VOL. 61. NO. 112. 46 PAGES Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Friday, November 20, 1964 PHONE 4-2167 HOME EDITION ★ NOW READ BY 12,000 FAMILIES 7 CENTS .    -».s mm, \ m mmmmmmmmmmrn m mmmmrnrnv 4 Friend Of Felines, Canines WANTED: Your help in securing-'^ a building and premises near Dover lf or New Philadelphia suitable for ^. 1 n rf -.'iv- a kennel dogs. for homeless cats and By Norm Singleton Dally Reporter Staff Writer A woman, whose accommo-dating heart nearly bursts when the subject turns to the animal kingdom — specifically wayward felines and canines— gave us the above plea. She is Mrs. Kenneth (Anne) Ferrell of 419 2nd St. NW, New Philadelphia. “Above and beyond the call” perfectly describes her activities in the past 8 months. Just about that time Mrs Ferrell became interested in a group known as Tusco Animal Aid Corp. Since then the Ferrell residence has been a non-appoint-ed refuge for stray cats and dogs, all told some 66 of them. As a result of her efforts and those of friends good homes have been found for each one. None, Mrs. Ferrell stated, has ever been rabid. The fire department, the police department and families, just blessed with a new brood See FRIEND, Page 14 Mrs. Anne Ferrell and Friends McNamara Presents Firm Decree: No U.S. Base Closing Changes SCHUSSs.*    •.A,' Pope Rejects Pleas, Liberty Vote Tabled By BENNET M. BOLTON (specially blamed for the cruci-i Council sourc s said the VATICAN CITY (AP) — The fixion of Christ, was approved Pope’s decision denying an ap-Vatican Ecumenical Council to- with 1,657 prelates in favor, 242 peal from more than half the day approved a historic dec- in favor but with reservations council for a vote on the relation on the Jews and other and 99 opposed.    ligious liberty declaration was non-Christians after Pope Paul The declaration also makes announced by Eugene Cardinal VI rejected an American-led overtures to the Hindus, Budd- Tisserant as the council began move for an immediate vote on hists and Moslems and restates the final working day of its 1964 the council’s controversial reli- the Roman Catholic Church’s seession. gious liberty declaration.    opposition to discrimination or It was Cardinal Tisserant who The document on non-Chris- harassment on account of race, announced Thursday that the tians, which says the Jews must color or creed.    , never be considered cursed or| The declaration, one of the See LIBERTY VOTE, Page 14 fnrp tho Fire Tragedy Is Averted Knife Attack Jurors Begin Deliberations most controversial before the I council, is not expected to be promulgated as a decree until the next council session. During the recess that begins I Saturday, it will be revised to take into account some of the reservations expressed by predates today. Guerrillas Interrupt War Game' (See Early Story On Page 15) BOI LOI FOREST, South Viet Nam (AP) — Viet Cong guerrillas emerged from a network of subterranean tunnels today where they had lain hidden all week and slammed into two Vietnamese paratrooper battalions. The paratroopers, attached to huge “Operation Brushfire,” which had proved uneventful, were resweeping this tangled abandoned rubber forest when the Viet Cong “literally rose out of ground to hit us,” one adviser said. During the bitter tunnel fighting 30 paratroopers were wounded and IO killed. The Viet Cong shot down a Vietnamese medical evacuation helicopter carrying several wounded. With casualties rising and the going getting increasingly tougher, the 3rd Battalion moved to the edge of a forest in a defensive perimeter while another airborne battalion warily scouted the jungle. Other infantry battalions were moved up to the battle area about 35 miles northwest of Saigon. It was in the same region that a ranger battalion was cut off by the Viet Cong during an operation last New Years eve and suffered high casualties. The clash with the Viet Cong around Boi Loi Forest was the first significant engagement of Operation Brushfire, launched Tuesday with 7,000 Vietnamese ground troops. But there was little promise of success. “There are just too many tunnels,” Capt. Carman Negaard Robert Barclay (second from left), explains the modern Newark High plant which includes 8 separate buildings on a campus, to Clifton McMahon (left), county high school supervisor, John Carpenter, Stone Creek principal, and C. John Brannon, Strasburg principal. ★ ★ Permit Given School Principal Telephone Firm Ro/e Is Outlined For Expansion See GUERRILLAS, Page 2 mal council decree. PUCO Grants Gas Rate Hike The fate of Dale Seibert, 20, of Newport was still undetermined at press time today with a Common Pleas jury still in deliberation after an hour. Seibert went on trial yesterday on a charge of cutting Joe Touvell, 71, also of Newport, on the night of Aug. ll. His lawyer, Richard Stephenson, based his whole defense on| the argument that Seibert was too intoxicated to have the in-1 tent to have cut Touvell.    COLUMBUS,    Ohio (AP)—The Judge Raymond Rice, in Public Utilities Commission uncharging the jury this morning, nounced today it has granted said it could find the defendant The East Ohio Gas Co. a rate in-guilty as charged, not guilty, crease of $17,975,181 a year. or convict him on lesser charg- The long - awaited decision es of attack with a dangerous 1 comes as a climax to the long-weapon or assault and battery est hearings in commission his-Seibert, a former Army para- Tory. trooper, took the stand yester- The utility sought $33.9 million day afternoon as the sole de- in increases in additional reve-fense witness.    nue from about 800 000 resi- He told the court the incident j dentin! and commercial custo-occurred after he had become I mars. drunk by drinking a full fifth of The commission gave this wine. He said he could only re- breakdown of the increase: $8,390,815 increase from federal income tax savings (using, the 1965 48 per cent tax rate) r . ..    ,    $494,317    increase in Ohio excounty Jail-    cise tax and public utilities com- that he had tour-imissjon >ohil, maintenance ed the area rom Nea- Phtbdel-,    d    ||)e    for    ,hp plea to Gnadenhutten the morn-    f    „ Mfi available mg of the alleged attack look-    ^    „    • ing unsuccessfully for a job. He! stated he had been doing this! The rate of increase reduces DENNISON — Fast work on the part of Dennison firemen at 8:05 this morning prevented But the favorable vote means    a major tragedy at the Donald    p no major changes of substance1    Armstrong residence of    309l£    r-v can be made, and that it is only Center St.    ^ ™ a question of time—barring un- Damage in the blaze was re foreseen developments—before    striated to a 4-fdot floor    area    Dear    Abby the declaration becomes a for-    after gasoline fumes had    been    Your    Horoscope THE INSIDE .19 .19 ignited by a gas heater pilot Around The World ..........14 light. Mrs she was cleaning with gasoline after doing some painting. She led her 5 youngsters out By John Landon Daily Reporter Staff Writer Eight    Tuscarawas County high school principals attended A building permit for a! yesterday’s luncheon meeting in $329,800    addition has been is-    Reeves    Motor Inn to hear New- sued to    the    General Telephone    a|k High Prtacijral Robert Bar- „ i clay outline the duties and role Co. by New    Philadelphia Serv-    of the    prindpal in today.s ice Director William Stevenson.! schools. The 94 x 79 2-story structure! Clifton L. McMahon, county will adjoin the present building school supervisor, arrang- at 1121 Tuscarawas Ave. NW. ed for the 3°-rear administra- Drawings submitted to Stevenson show offices and a power and mechanical room in the basement, and an equipment, tool room and kitchen on the other 2 floors. There is no contractor listed for the job, according to Steven-1 son.    I    MILLERSBURG — Kenneth Decisions Of Previous Years Cited By FRED S. HOFFMAN WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara says his decision to shut down 95 obsolete and surplus military bases and plants is “absolutely, unequivocally, without qualification irrevocable.” This statement by the strong-willed defense chief in announcing the decision Thursday allowed small hope that any of the anguished cries from congressmen, governors and mayors would change his mind. The only thing that might, McNamara told a news conference, would be some new evidence — “and the chances of that are damned small.” “We have made 574 decisions in this area in the last 3^ years, and we have not changed one yet,” McNamara asserted. The latest stroke of McNamara’s economy scalpel cut at two naval shipyards employing a total of 17,000 workers, six tor’s talk. Barclay was named bomber bases, Army and Air principal at Newark 3 years ago *’orce training sites, apenals, after serving as assistant there. radar Posts and other installa tions in 33 states and the District of Columbia. In all, 80 bases in the United States and 15 overseas were put Holmes Truck Driver Killed General Telephone J. officials r* Curren* 38> of Holmesville are expected to announce full ,was    in    a traffic a(‘|a,(leat details on the major expansion T ?    mg    near Elkhart, ciftsr Jan I    mc*. It has been rumored the last Accofdin8 to reports Curran several months that General was a truck dnver He has been Churches    ....................16    Telephone was planning an ad- a residerd;    1° this area the last ■*S- Armstrong told firemen Goren On    Bridge ...........19    dition at the New Philadelphia nyears’ was cleaning with gasoline I Obituaries    ................... 2    District office and that the in-1 Born a at Loudonville, he is a of the building, owned by Joe Women’s Pages ..........8    & 9 Ross, then ran a block to the Dr. Crane ...................19 fire station to report the blaze. Dr. Alvarez .................21 member certain things after be coming intoxicated and was not fully aware of what had happened until he woke up in the since his undesirable discharge See JURORS, Page 2 NOTICE REPORTER SUBSCRIBERS When Calling The Reporter Circulation department — Call 4-2167 Before 5 P.M. Call 2-1687 After 5 P.M. the company’s request by ap proximately 50 per cent. The increase affects 108 com- £ munities in Cuyahoga, Geauga, i Summit. Mahoning. Wayne, Trumbull, Stark. Tuscarawas, I Portage, Columbiana, Medina, I Holmes and Knox counties, including Cleveland, Akron and Canton. DAY BRIGHTENER lf the best things in life are free, how come we have to pay so much for less than the best? Manslaughter Trial Slated Television ...................6    stallation    would    be    one    of    the    son *van and Sports ..................ll    &    12    best    in Ohio    ers Curren- He was a 'Vorld War II veteran and was a member of the Presbyterian Church in Loudonville, the American Legion and the Spartan Lodge 126 F. & A.M. Surviving, besides his parents, are his widow, Dorothy; .    _    ,,    „    .13 daughters,    Kendra,    Kimberly A    Common    Pleas    Court    jury and Karen,    and 4 sons, Kerry, trial is scheduled for 9 a.m. j Kelly, Kyle and Kraig of the |Monday on a manslaughter home; 2 sisters, Mrs. Norman charge against Bruce Wade of Edwards of Lancaster and Mrs. RD I. New Philadelphia.    i3™8 Hfe“in««r °! RD 1 *    ...    Butler, and    a    brother,    Lawrence Wade    was    indicted    secretly ; 0f i)ayton. by the September Grand Jury    was    arrjve for the Aug. 18 traffic dearth of Hunter Funeral Home here to-Orville F. Taylor Jr. of 213 day Welch St., Dennison.    Services    will    be    at 3 p.m. i Wade was driver of a loaded Monday in Hunter Funeral coal truck which allegedly turn- Home with Rev. Mynard Bradd ed in front of the sports car officiating. Burial will be in driven by Taylor on Route 250 Holmesville Cemetery. Friends at the Motor Freight Co.    may call at the funeral home At his arraignment Sept. 28, sunday afternoon and night. I Wade, through his lawyer, Atty ! Wilford Miller, entered an in-jnocent plea to the charge and was freed under $500 bond. Philo Auto Stolen Charles Beaver of 456 2nd St. NE reported to New Philadelphia police last night that his 1963 Ford Galaxie LX had been stolen from his residence. Beaver said it was gold in color and had three-quarters of a tank of gas. Charges are on file. Dover Area Man Faces Hearing Carl Loveday, 62, of RD I, Dover, pleaded innocent this morning in Central District, „ 4A , „    .. Court to an unsafe vehicle    \    ,of    Starlight Attending were John Carpen ter of Stone Creek, C. John Brannon of Strasburg, Ken Gold of Tuscarawas Valley, Don Wright of Dennison, Robert on tbe chopptag b]ock. The for. Flenchbaugh of Midvale, Larry ;eign bases jn Europe and tbe Bradley of Baltic, William w|stern Hemisphere” were not Padget of Gnadenhutten and named Russell Mathias of Tuscarawas. Before speaking on his subject, “The High School Principal: As Others See Him—As He Sees Himself,” Barclay related what someone once wrote The actions will be completed for the most part by mid-1966, with the Portsmouth, N.H., Navy Yard getting IO years to phase out. When the job is done, McNa- concerning the mighty force of mara said, the defense budget the school principal: “To the child—a friend and protector; to the teacher will be lighter by about $477 million a year and the payroll will be reduced by 63,401 “with- guide and advisor; to the par- out in any way reducing mill ent—a counselor and neighbor; tary effectiveness.” to the superintendent a trusted officer; to the community — a leader and interpreter; to the teaching profession — a pioneer The defense secretary disclosed that 150 more of the ear-ly-generation intercontinental ballistic missiles — liquid-fuel. and builder, and to democracy relatively slow—reacting Atlas —a loyal and active citizen.” E and F models and Titan I hy- “Education has many faces, and, like Janus,” he stated, “education looks to the past and to the future. “It is not a matter of wheth- drogen missiles — will be retired from 14 bases by mid-1965. Although these ICBM’s have never been fired, McNamara said they “have served their er our schools are better but purpose” — giving the United  See SCHOOL, Page 14    See    MCNAMARA,    Page    9 Fatal Mishap Witness Sought; Woman Driver Requests Trial New Philadelphia P o I i c e | girl, Anita G. Lynch, daughter Chief Louis Clark this morning of Mr- and Mrs. Billie B. Lynch asked that a youth riding a mo- 221 Hacker St., Uhrichsville. torbike last Saturday afternoon The 2 girls were struck aS torbike last saturday afternoon they attempted to cross contact him in regards to a st< on their way t0 a store for fatal pedestrian accident on candy. Front St. SW. Clark said he was told the youth had witnessed the accident in which Paula Lynch, 5, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lynch of 341 St. Clair St. SW, was killed. The cyclist, Clark said, had stopped and directed traffic at the scene, but did not come forward as a witness. Weathervane YESTERDAY High 41    Low    31 Elsewhere In U.S. WHERE'S ALL THE SNOW. Daily Reporter Photographer Ralph McKee posed this "first snowfall of the season" shot this morning and the result was this unique picture of a shovel wearing a hat and topcoat. The light snow melted as it hit the sidewalks and pavement, but more flurries are expected tonight and Saturday as the thermometer dips to the low 20's. Dover Street Department crews were called out early today to salt the Wooster and Tuscarawas Ave. bridges which became slick. S Incident Reported Employes of the new Sohio Service Station at the Green Gables Interchange of Interstate 77 told deputies this morning a charge filed by state patrolmen. Judge Clarence Ferrell set a hearing for IO a.m. Monday and released Loveday on $100 bond. He is charged by Cpl. G. E. Ferguson with having insufficient brakes, no dim headlights Court, driver of the auto, appeared before Mayor Joseph Pritz on a charge of driving while under the influence of alcohol. Represented by New Philadelphia Atty. Thad Bowers, the and no tail lights on a 1940 pick- woman requested a jury trial. up truck.    Mayor Pritz then dismissed the i case, saying it would have to Fire Runs im be filed in Common Pleas Court. It is expected the January Dover — Yesteriay    at 12:45 Grand Jury    will be asked to p.m. to 212 E. 10th St. where consider the    case. The woman truck    had    “cut    up”    the    ground    Mrs. Jerry Slentz    smelled I did not enter    a plea this morn- at the    rear    of    the    station.    Dep-    smoke. Firemen found    a radio; ing. uties were supplied with a Ii- shorted out and pulled out Injured in the mishap was a cense number.    .wires to electrical outlet. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear . 37 25 • • Chicago, dear ..... 36 99 VMM .04 Cleveland, cloudy .. 40 28 .34 Los Angeles, dear . 64 44 • . Miami, dear ...... 79 76 . * New York, rain .... 57 57 .51 Pittsburgh, snow ... 57 32 .77 St. Louis, cloudy ... 44 24 .13 San Fran., clear ... 57 48 • . Washington, rain .. 54 40 .23 TODAY 7 a m. .....  31 RAINFALL Last 24 hours .55 inch TOMORROW Sunrise .......... 7:20 Sunset ............ 5:03 High 33    Low    20 Forecast: Windy, colder, snow 4-year-old cousin ai the dead ilurriiK, i ;

  • Anita G. Lynch
  • Anne Ferrell
  • Bennet M. Bolton
  • Billie B. Lynch
  • Bruce Wade Of Edwards
  • C. John Brannon
  • Carl Loveday
  • Charles Beaver
  • Clarence Ferrell
  • Clifton L. Mcmahon
  • Clifton Mcmahon
  • Dale Seibert
  • Eugene Cardinal Vi
  • F. Taylor Jr.
  • Fred S. Hoffman
  • G. E. Ferguson
  • Jerry Slentz
  • Joe Touvell
  • Joe Women
  • John Brannon
  • John Carpenter
  • Joseph Pritz
  • Ken Gold
  • Louis Clark
  • Mynard Bradd
  • Paul Lynch
  • Paula Lynch
  • Ralph Mckee
  • Raymond Rice
  • Richard Stephenson
  • Robert S. Mcnamara
  • Russell Mathias
  • Thad Bowers
  • Wilford Miller
  • William Stevenson

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: November 20, 1964

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