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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Seasons At Strasburg Page 73 1 y r tt fr j i i i i In The fdf Womtn Readers 20 HpMl UNTION 4 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County WAOIY FAMIUIS PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Stanleyville Captured By Belgian Unit By KENNETH WHITING the Congo Belgian paratroopers down on Stanleyville today and seized virtual control of the rebel but not be foe about 50 foreign hostages were including a missionary official re ports transport planes flew in the and some of them were shot at and reported As the Belgians white led Congolese government sol diers attacked The attacking troops moved quickly to free the rest of foreign ers held as hostages and marked for slaughter by the regime should their capital be Refugees flown to Leopold ville from Stanleyville said the had killed Pau Carl medica misionary from Rolling He had been condemned as a a charge denied by The State Department in See Page 11 ONLY FIREMEN INCLUDED A TransWorld airline jet with 72 persons aboard burns en the ground top at Romes Fiomielno The jet skidded feet into a steamroller exploded and caught Ol Mapped To Iron iv Proposal PLAZA TO CLOSE SUNDAYS Action Delayed In Sunday Sales Northern District Court Judge Charles Eckert said this morn ing that no hearings have been set or any further action taken as yet on charges filed in his court against 2 Miracle Lane Plaza merchants and a down town Dover drug store Monday Charges with unlawful Sunday sales are Hobby Shop Gabble Grooms Gobbler By DAVE SMITH LOS ANGELES AP The American Institute of in a burst of Thanksgiving spir has some advice that should make turkeys grateful until they die if turkeys will excuse the The institute says you should hypnotize the birds before you kill William Bryan ex plains that the method is both more humane and conducive to bettertasting the institutes execu tive explains that tur Just like get over wrought when faced with vio lence and their suprarenal glands pump out energygiving adrenalin to help them meet the demands of the turkeys that meet vio lent deaths while in a state of panic will have adrenalin in their This makes them less says According to heres to TWA Takeoff Hampered By Engine Flop By GERALD MILLER ROME AP Trans World Airlines said today preliminary evidence indicates that the TWA jetliner which exploded Monday developed engine trouble at the start pf its takeoff It said the pilots effort to abort the run caused the plane to veer to the right and hit a Fortyfive persons perished ii the among them 26 Among the survi vors were 13 The plane carried 73 TWA headquarters in Paris issued a preliminary accident report in which the airline said Baltic Garaway Explore Merger Robert Button of 108 Canal operator of the and Gray Adrian Scheetz and Harold presidents of Baltic and Caraway school re will meet Wednesday night with Tuscarawas County Linton Honaker to dis cuss a possible consolidation of the 2 school The merger dis cussed and then dropped 7 years ago when the Caraway District was being has gained momentum in recent weeks apparently stemming from the needs of the Baltic The 2 boards have met twice previously in Joint with Honaker as In ad both in the and Marlowe Drug Store on 3rd Because of a second degree manslaughter trial currently in progress requiring the services of both Prosecutor Harlan Spies and his James charges against 2 New Philadel phia H A Drug and Turrin have not been Eckert this morning stated he has made an effort to contact but because of the trial has been unable to reach The judge said he has learned that the prosecutor intends to talk with those involved in the adding that he will take no action until he is brief ed on the In a prepared statement is sued this morning by Harold president of Miracle some suggestions on how mesmerize your gobbler Hold the bird to the talking softly to Press its head gently to the ground and draw a straight chalk line away from its The turkey will remain motionless it says Do Step 1 but use white string instead of Tuck the birds head under Its It will go to youll have to take the head out again to chop it but the bird Will be in a better Put your hand over its The being among the least intellectual of will think its nighttime and go to Bryan did not comment on what to do youre a commercial poultry Youd get pretty sick of running playing peekaboo with or so and you could go broke buying the steamroller ignited fuel spilling from the causing the Work crews began recovering bodies from the planes wreck age at the end of runway From the evidence at the aircraft began a normal takeoff on runway From pre liminary crew 4 engine pressure ratio dropped to zero at some point early in the See ENGINE Page 11 CAC To Weigh Phila Attitude In School Move The New Philadelphia Board of Education will meet with its Citizens Advisory Committee Monday at to discuss the proposed annexation o Stone Creek Jefferson Schoo District to New Although approved by Stone Creek voters last by a Identification Is Positive In Chalkys Death Positive identification of the keletal remains of Charles Chalky found Saturday by 2 men hunting near he County south of New has been made by Coroner Philip Doughten said he died of nat ural Deputies had checked with a Uhrichsville slim 197176 Philadelphia the New board still mus a public meeting was held in Baltic Sunday to explain the present situation and possi ble future with a high school en rollment of 99 and total enroll ment of was approved for the present by the State De partment of Education last with strong recommen dations that the school board aggressively seek district re The report further stated that the problems and shortcomings of the school were due largely to the small lack of resources and limitations of services and Officials of the Garaway Dis which was not considered to have any major difficulties by the State have taken the stand that they are open to any suggestions considering fur ther but are not pressing any The total Garawas enrollment is With rumors flying in both many of them exag gerations of the present situa Lane Plaza concerning misconception about stores there remaining open on 4 Sun days prior to he in an attempt to identify dental work Chalky had obtained before entering the bounty Home last March Rainsberger told deputies the dental work had matched that of A life resident of Uhrichs McMasters disappeared from the home April Services will be Wednesday at 3 in Lindsey Funeral Home in Uhrichsville with Glenn Brunsteter Burial will be in Union Ceme tion in an announcement is expected following Wednes day nights Stolen Car Found Sheriff deputies yesterday re covered a stolen car owned by said Since we have received phone calls from theProsecutor Harlan Spies and rrom Mayor LeMoyne we do not intend to Issuing a direct challenge to Prosecutor Radi further stated In turn we would like to see those who have been violating the state law number for closed or strictly adhere to the Both our mayors say there is nothing they themselves can do to close these It is a state it is up See SUNDAY Page 2 Huarte Wins Heisman Award NEW YORK AP John Notre Dame quarter is the winner of the 1984 Heisman Trophy as the out standing college football player of the the Downtown Ath pi I I DOGS Dover mail carriers can now cover their route with an air of confidence against attacking dogs with the aid of Halr an aerosol bottle spray gun shown above carrier Glenn Schwartz of RD 3 Crestview The spray which sends unfriendly dogs shoots a spray up to 15 feet accord ing to Postmaster Cliff The spray con tains oleoresin capsicum extract of cyenne pepper and mineral Tests made by the Post Office Department have proven the spray does not injure or hurt the canine only makes them beat a hasty Haglock stated the gun should eliminate the 7 to 8 dog bites suffered by local carriers each Early Birth Seen For School Richard Powell of East It was found along County Road near Route by a The auto had been taken 19 from the home of John Reardon at RD Mineral where Powell had taken it for Loaded Billfold Is Reported Lost A billfold containing in drivers li cense and other identification papers was reported lost to Dover police yesterday by Cha iey R of ml 3rd Mew Burch told police he tost the hUtfold in either Dover or New He is proprietor of Burchi and asked that IMer contact him make the decision to accept or reject the The County Board of Educa tion is expected to certify the vote at its 7 giv ing the New Philadelphia board which to make a hila Planning Committee Sets Comprehensive Proposal 30 days in CAC members will be asked to measure the feeling toward the move and report back to the At an informal meeting last night with 4 citizens opposing the advantages and objections were in wiif ON THE IN SI Of Dear Abby Your whu at toy lot tod tt t 9 Around The World Goifo cm Bridge Obituaries Television Sports 4 1 f Atyarei T r letic Club announced The Notre Dame who played only 45 minutes during the 1963 season because of inju will receive the award at a banquet on Roger ace quarter back of the was the winner a year Huarte is the first Notre Dame player to be chosen since Paul now a star with the Green Bay Pack won the honor in Huarte is a native of The Southern Local School District will become a reality before 1965 if present plans are carried Members of the boards of ed ucation of the 4 school districts in Southern Local crowded into the County Board Office last night to air preliminary plans for the operation of the new which was approved at the polls The members made recom mendations on the following items 1 The school district should come into existence on or before 31 so that an extra would be avail able from the State of members are John Foust of Eber ly of Calvin Nicbolls of Gnadenhutten and Clar ence Heldt of Tuscara 3 That a survey be made by Ohio University on the new Costing approxi mately it would provide data on new usability of present curricu transportation and other aspects of the new school the present boards of education spend wisely the money they have accumu Mayor Irked Over lack Of Consultation Omission of New Philadelphia city other than po lice and from a pro posed pay raise drew a blast from Mayor Joe Pritz and Serv ice Director William Stevenson at Council meeting last night Under their strong Council tabled a finance mittee recommendation and agreed to a special session with Pritz on Monday at Ted finance created a sudden squall when he offered the following proposal for wage increases to city workers Hat per month boost for all police and excepting police desk clerks who would receive 10 per cent increse foe schoolcrossing and a half time In crease for overtime for all nonsalaried employes in other city With this last the recom mendation was made to have the work checked by time clocks and approved by signed notices from the various rnent If the ether dry employes read about this in the newspa Stevenson hotly youre going to hear from The service director said he with Pritz1 told the other department workers they would get pay increases equivalent to those of the police and I told Stevenson if any one got a the mayor they all would get a Pritz challenged Ricker for not consulting with him befort making the public before making his rec ommendation last apolo gized to the mayor for not meet ing with him as promised at Donald Braun of the SalemWashington board be ap proved as the fifth member of the new Brauns name was drawn from a hat last night There also was discussion on Goshen Local where teachers were promised a pay raise if a bond levy passed there the last Council He said he had found it diffi cult to meet even with the other members of his committee to prepare the When asked why the other city besides the po lice and were not granted pay except for the overtime Ricker replied I received no other request from any other depart ment in at the t indicated he was not considering all city employes when he asked Council to amend previous meeting min utes to note that his previous 10 per cent under the 1 mill levy which was defeated oa did not include Ricker said the suggestion Members of New Philadel phias special planning commit ee and City Council met last night with the second of several consultant engineering firms to be interviewed for proposals on city planning and revision of zoning Victor a represent ative of Dalton and Dalton of outlined a compre hensive program or city plan ning and promised the city rep resentatives be would have a more complete proposal togeth er with estimated ready within 2 CouQcilopuui John Stratton chairman of the cUy commit expressed satisfaction with the made by Ley who served aj pfttifffpfft dj rector for 14 years before the actor of the consultants re marks last night was that he ffered a master plan which could be modified according to the citys gradual development and corresponding On the planning mittee met with representatives of Beiswenger Hoch Arnold and an Akron engi neering The plan is to in erview as many as firms be fore any decision is made or contract accepted to institute a city planning The interviews are conducted with the full understanding that no will be nude until alter all interviews have gn Attending last nights meet whteh followed the regular Council were Mayor Man Is Charged In Bottle Theft DENNISON Herman Bor rows of Roanoke is being held pending appearance before May or Donald Huston on charges of petty larceny and disorderly conduct filed by Joseph proprietor of the Top Hat Nite Club at last Borrows was charged after be trentty took a bottle oi Jky from the back bar of the club without paying for and went into the mens room where he drank part of It but was nullied be See Page I about use of time clocks was based on the feeling by cer See Pap I appar whisk Joe Witiiam Uoy4 Paul Council and Presjdeet William Hteki PAY IIIOHTINil Y13TUDAT High 48 Low 18 Ebewhen In High Lew Ups Bank Discount Rote to Check Dollar Flow Abroad By ADREN COOPER I The Federal Reserve Board WASHINGTON AP The Monday ordered an incitast clear 48 cloudy cloudy 50 clear 78 New cloudy 43 cloudy 48 clear 53 San cloudy 82 clear 48 TOUAI 25 34 27 54 78 36 23 22 53 29 United States put a higher bank discount rate into effect today s a safeguard against the flow f dollars At the same the govern ment hopes to keep the domes ic economy on course by mod erately increasing the funds available to business men and 7 18 KA1NF4U Last 24 hours none TOUOlftOV Sunrise High W Low 32 Forecast Cloudy and id from per cent to 4 per cent in the discount rate the est bankers must pay when they obtain funds from the Federal Reserve The board act ed after Britain juinped its bank rate from 5 to T per cent earner in the Wright chairman of the Houtt Banking and Currency C charge4 that the would halt the vigorous butintl expansion that has 41 for years for tower arguing hMton is   

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