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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                HOMIIOmOW 1 Discover III VOL 46 PAGES Largest Circulation lit Tuicarawas County November Friend Of Felines Canines By Ntnn Dady Reporter Staff Writer A whose accommo dating heart nearly bursts the subject turns to the ibnal kingdom specifically ayward felines and ive us the above She is Kenneth Anne Ferrell of 419 2nd New Above and beyond the call perfectly describes her activi ties in the past 8 Just about that time Ferrell became interested in a group known as Tusco Animal Aid Since then the Ferrell resi dence has been a nonappoint ed refuge for stray cats and all told some 66 of As a result of her efforts and those of friends good homes have been found for each Ferrell has ever been The fire the po lice department and just blessed with a new brood See Page 14 NOW MAD IY FAMIUff PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Ferrell and ope Rejects Pleas Vote Tabled By RENNET BOLTON VATICAN CITY AP The Vatican Ecumenical Council to day approved a historic dec lariUon on the Jews and other nonChristians after Pope Paul VI rejected an Americanled move for an immediate vote on the councils controversial reli gious liberty The document on nonChris which says the Jews must never be considered cursed or nife Attack Jurors Begin Deliberations fate of Dale of I Newport was still undeter mined at press time today with a Common Pleas jury still in deliberation after an Sei ben went on trial yesterday on a charge of cutting Joe Touvell specially blamed for the cruci also of on the ht of 71 ni lis Richard Stephen so based his whole defense on argument that Seibert was intoxicated to have the in to have cut Judge Raymond in krgfitg the jury this morning id it could find the defendan ilty as not guilty or convict him on lesser charg es of attack with a dangerous ipon or assault and battery a former Army para took the stand yester afternoon as the sole de told the court the inciden after he had become by drinking a full fifth o He said he could only re certain things after be intoxicated and was no aware of what had hap until he woke up in the ity ert said that he had tour te area from New PhUadel to Gnadenhutten the morn of the alleged look unsuccessfully for a He he had been doing this his undesirable discharge Soe t NOTICE REPORTER SUBSCRIBERS CdlNlIf TH0 1147 Itfet Ml 6itt MO7 Alter i fixion of was approved Popes decision denying an ap with prelates in 242 peal from more than half the in favor but with reservations council for a vote on the re and 99 ligious liberty declaration was The declaration also makes announced by Eugene Cardinal overtures to the BuddTisserant as the council began hists and Moslems and restates the final working day of its 1964 the Roman Catholic Churchs It was Cardinal Tisserant who announced Thursday that the See LIBERTY Page 14 Fire Tragedy Is Averted DENNISON Fast work on the part of Dennison firemen at this morning prevented a major tragedy at the Donald Armstrong residence of 30 Center Damage in the blaze was re stricted to a 4Wot floor area after gasoline fumes had been ignited by a gas heater pilot Armstrong fold firemen she was cleaning with gasoline after doing some She led her 5 youngsters out of the owned by Joe then ran a block to the opposition to discrimination or harassment on account of color or The one of the most controversial before the is not expected to be promulgated as a decree until the next council During the recess that begins it will be revised to take into account some of the reservations expressed by pre lates But the favorable vote means no major changes of substance can be and that it is only a question of un foreseen the declaration becomes a for mal council PUCO Grants Gas Rate Hike Ohio Public Utilities Commission an nounced today it has granted the East Ohio Gas a rate in crease of a The long awaited decision comes as a climax to the long est hearings in commission his The utility sought million in increases in additional reve nue from about resi dential and commercial custo The commission gave this breakdown of the Increase increase from fed eral income tax savings using the 1985 48 per cent tax rate increase in Ohio ex cise tax and public utilities com mission of Ohio maintenance the net return for the comnany of available for fixed The rate of increase reduces the companys request by ap proximately SO per The increase affects log com munities in Summit M a b o n i n Holmes and Knox in cluding Akron and if the to are tow mm m to wy M owrtfar fen that Hi Council sourc s said the Presents Firm Decree B War Game See Early story On Page 15 BOI LOI South Viet Nam AP Viet Cong guerril las emerged from a network of subterranean tunnels today where they had lain hidden all week and slammed into two Vietnamese paratrooper battal The attached to huge Operation which had proved were resweeping this tangled abandoned rubber forest when the Viet Cong literally rose out of ground to hit one adviser During the bitter tunnel fighting 30 paratroopers were wounded and 10 The Viet Cong shot down a Vietnamese medical evacuation helicopter carrying several With casualties rising and the going getting increasingly the 3rd Battalion moved to the edge of a forest in a defensive perimeter while an other airborne battalion warily scouted the Other Infantry battalions were moved up to the battle area about 35 miles northwest of Sai 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 The clash with the Viet Cong around Boi Loi Forest was the first significant engagement of Operation launched Tuesday with Vietnamese ground But there was little promise of There are just too many tun Carman Negaard See Page 2 ON THE INSIDE School Principal Role Is Outlined Permit Given Telephone Firm For Expansion building addition has been is sued to the General Telephone by New PUWelpMa Srigllt of Doctor wmiam Dear Abby Your Horoscope Around The World Churches Goren On Obituaries Television 12 Womens 9 CMIV ijf fire station to report the Alvarez Robert Barclay second from explains the modern Newark High plant which includes 8 separate buildings on a to Clifton McMahon county high school John Stone Creek and Strasburg The 94 x 79 2story structure will adjoin the present building at 1121 Tuscarawas submitted to Ste venson show offices and a pow r and mechanical room in the and an tool room and kitchen on the other 2 There is no contractor listed For the according to Steven General Telephone officials are expected to announce full details on the major expansion after It has been rumored the last several months that General Telephone was planning an ad dition at the New Philadelphia District office and that the in stallation would be one of the best in ol WHBH AU THI MOW JfeKit thU Manslaughter Trial Slated A Common Pleas Court jury rial is scheduled for 9 Monday on a manslaughter charge against Bruce Wade of RD New Wade was indicted secretly y September Grand Jury for the 18 traffic death of Orville Taylor of 213 Welch Wade was driver of a loaded coal truck which allegedly turn ed in front of the sports car driven by Taylor on Route 250 at the Motor Freight At his arraignment through his Wilford entered an in nocent plea to the charge and was freed under Mtifo Auto Stolon Charles Beaver of 456 2nd NE reported to New Philadel phia poUce last night that his Ford Galaxie LX had been stolen from his Beav er said it was gold in color and had threequarters of a tank of Charges are on MlCKNWIt ROpOffOI Employes of the new Sohio Service at the Green Iftokj up ground the liar of By John Landon Daily Reporter Staff Writer Eight Tuscarawas County high school principals attended in Reeves Motor Inn to hear New ark High Principal Robert Bar T t Bradley of William Clifton county Padget of Gnadenhutten and nigh school arrangRussell Mathias of ed for the 30year administra Holmes Truck Driver Killed MILLERSBURG Kenneth of Holmesville was killed in a traffic accident late last night near According to Curren was a truck He has been a resident in this area the last 17 Born he is a son of Ivan and Mildred My ers He was a World War II veteran and was a member of the Presbyterian Church in the American Le gion and the Spartan Lodge 126 besides his par are his Dorothy 3 Kimberly and and 4 Kyle and Kraig of the home 2 Norman Edwards of Lancaster and James Heffelfinger of RD and a Lawrence of The body was to arrive at Hunter Funeral Home here to Services will be at 3 Monday in Hunter Funeral Home with Mynard Bradd Burial will be in Holmesville Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday afternoon and Dover Area Man Faces Hearing Carl of RD pleaded innocent this morning in Central District Court to an unsafe vehicle charge filed by state Judge Clarence Ferrell set a hearing for 10 Monday and released Loveday on f 100 He is charged by Ferguson with having Before speaking on his sub The High School Prin cipal As Others See He Sees Barclay re lated what someone once wrote concerning the mighty force of the school principal To the friend and protector to the teacher a guide and advisor to the par counselor and neighbor to the trusted officer to the community a leader and interpreter to the teaching profession a pioneer and and to democracy loyal and active Education has many like he ed ucation looks to the past and to the It is not a matter of wheth er our schools are better but See Page 14 awl no tail up on pick woman requested a jury trial Mayor Pritz then dismissed the saying it would hive to be filed in Common Pleas w It is expected the January Dover YesteHay at Grand Jury witt be asked to worwttg a tojll awtot consider the The I tors Barclay was named principal at Newark 3 years ago after serving as assistant Attending were John Carpen ter of Stone Creek John Brannon 61 Ken Gold of Tuscarawas Don mges Decisions Years Cited By FRED HOFFMAN WASHINGTON AP tary of Defense Robert Me Namara says his decision to shut down 95 obsolete and sur plus military bases and plants is without qualification Irrevoca This statement by the strong willed defense chief in annoanc Ing the decision Thursday al lowed small hope that any of tot anguished cries from congress governors and mayors would change his The only thing that Mc Namara told a news would be some new evidence and the chances of that are damned We have made 574 decisions in this area in the last 3 and we have not changed one McNamara The latest stroke of McNa maras economy scalpel cut at two naval shipyardsemploying a total of bomber Army and Air Force training radar posts and other installa tions in 33 states and the Dis trict of Vr la M basts in the United States and 15 overseas were nut on the chopping The for eign in Europe and the Western were not The actions will be completed for the most part by with the Navy Yard getting 10 years to phase When the job is McNa mara the defense budget will be lighter by about million a year and the payroll will be reduced by with out in any way reducing mili tary The secretary dis closed that 150 more of the ear lygeneration intercontinental ballistic missiles relatively Atlas E and F models and Titan I hy drogen missiles will be re tired from 14 bases by Although these ICBlls have never been McNamara said they have served their purpose giving the United see paje t Chief Louis Clark this morning asked that a youth riding a mo torbike last Saturday afternoon contact him in regards to a fatal pedestrian accident on Front Clark said he was told the youth had witnessed the acci dent in which Paula daughter of and Paul Lynch of 341 Clair was The Clark had stopped and directed traffic at the but did not come for ward as a This Vivian New of Starlight Trailer driver of the ap peared before Mayor Joseph Pritz on a charge of driving white under the influence of al cohoL Represented by New PhUadel cieot no dun headlights phia Thad the Sought Woman Driver Requests Trial New Philadelphia Police Anita dauchter of and Billie Lynch of 231 Packer The 2 girls were itruck M they attempted to crou Front on their way to a rtore for YUTUAAV High 41 Low 11 Claewhere la High Lav clear 37 15 8 cloudy 41 28 Los clear M 44 clear n 71 New rain 57 57 snow 8 cloudy 44 M San clear 17 H rain 54 ft TOOU II 41 m 7 H Last 24 hours M inch 70NOUQW Low ft 1 9   

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