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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Dont Mils Tht Around Tht World Ntws Coptults THE DAILY REPORTER VOL 64 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County PovefNew November PHONE 42167 HOME EDITION it NOW READ BY FAMILIES 7 CENTS House Weighs Redistricting With Tuscarawas In 5County Group TllSCaFAWflH finnn a napt nf a thlwd In C once a part of a Simple 3county Congressional the would become part of a 5county tier of coun ties under a redistricting plan to be considered by the Ohio House of Representatives After some 3 weeks of meet the House Government Operations committee last night completed action on the redis tricting After House ap proval it goes to the Under the measure Tuscara was will leave the 16th and be come a part of the 18th to be comprised also of Belmont and Monroe Where Tuscarawas was the smallest county in the 16th it now will be a fairlyclose third in the new 5 county If this special session of the Legislature passes a redistrict ing it will mean the first remapping of Ohio congress mens districts since The proposal contained one surprise as it emerged from committee Tuesday It Judge Gives Charges To Wade Jury Jury deliberation in the case of Bruce Wade of RD New charged with sec onddegree was expected to begin early this af The prosecution and defense had argued for 80 minutes this morning and Common Pleas Judge Raymond Rice was giv ing his charges on law to the Jury at press The 3day trial has centered on testimony concerning the col lision between a coal truck driv en by Wade and the sports car of Orville Taylor of 213 Welch on Route 250 in front of Motor south of the Midvale junc Taylor died in the and Wade was indicted by the Sep tember Grand The 38yearold defendant took the stand yesterday to give his version of the fatal crash that snuffed out the life of Tay He insisted there were no See WADE Page 2 Many Groups Wont Miss Holiday Dish While most residents will gather with their families to morrow to give there are not so who will be observing the holiday In hospitals and county institu Efforts are made by staff to provide the basis for the celebration and the traditional Thanksgiv ing feast will be served to most patients and county Five 22pound turkeys will be prepared by the Union Hospital kitchen headed by choose chopped sirloin for their menu which will include mash j 4 ij i nuiaucijnua wm ue Kiver cd succotash to the Christian Rural Over or green molded cran berry hot rolls and a MIMIUHl UIIIICU OCIVIW VI choice of pumpkin or mince pie the Evangelical Pastor Fellow or ice A similar centered See Page 2 of does not move Falrfleld home of Walter Moel Lancaster Into the district where Republican William Marsha of Ports mouth Scioto County was Just It does take Clermont County from Harshas but adds Gwnsey where Dem ocratic Robert Secrest lives in is left in the 15th District which he has been Earlier pro posals would have put Secrest in a new These are the districtbydis trict changes 1st and 2nd DistrlctsBoth would remain In Hamilton with only a change in the boundary of the 1st District in the Cincinnati 3rd Mont gomery and Butler Would be Montgomery County alone except for New Leb German West Car rollton and six 4th District Remains the same Preble and Shelby 5th DistrictAdd Sandusky County to present district of Henry Ot Van Williams and Wood count fth Cler mont and adds Lawrence to dis trict of Too Late I i Apparently a Daily Re porter story in yesterdays edition Concerning an aero sol bottle spray gun to be used by Dover mailcarriers to ward off attacking dogs was just a bite too At approximately 3 hours be fore yesterdays story ap carrier Lewis Wal ter walked up to 521Wal nut not fearing dogs any more because he was equip ped with the spray gun which is supposed to send unfriendly dogs run before he cquld reach for his weapon German Shepherd owned by Hazel McFadden lunged from the biting him in the Walter was taken to Un ion Hospital where a cut re quired 4 stitches to He also was treated for face bruises and Weafliervane YESTERDAY High 51 Low 31 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low cloudy 49 29 Los clear 80 52 cloudy 78 76 New rain 50 43 M San cloudy 60 54 cloudy 56 46 MMissing TODAY 7 43 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise High 54 Low 38 Forecast Fair and No Paper Thursday The Daily Reporter will not publish an edition Thusday due to the in order to allow its employes to spend the day with their Articles for Fridays edition should be in the Editorial De partment by 11 Rebels Murder 30 Before Rout By KENNETH WHITING the Congo paratroops and Congolese soldiers searched today for some 200 whites still missing in the northern More than 900 refugees have arrived here from the former rebel capital and another 500600 awaited evacuation at Stanleyville Of the 63 Americans trapped in the rebel 34 and the bodies of two murdered missionaries had arrived in Leopold Scattered fighting continued in which fell Tuesday to Congolese troops and white mercenaries after the paratroops landed to rescue the European and American hostages threatened with Several rebels and a Belgian paratroop sergeant were killed during the night in mopup oper Much of the skirmishing took place the airport where the foreigners awaited evacuation to Premier Moise Tshombe can WE GIVE THEE THANKS Community Services Thursday Union Thanksgiving services in many communities tonight and tomorrow morning will signal a restful time out for a special appreciation of the years A noticeable increase in traf fice was taking place this morn ing with the terminals being family reunions at bountiful ta bles Business and in for most will come to a standstill late today so em ployes may enjoy the The Dover Ministerial will conduct union community Thanksgiving services tonight at in the First Methodist In New the Min isterial will hold a union service in Emmanuel Lutheran Church at with Calvin vimtvii nun Joseph to serve 100 Myers of the First Methodist Patients also may as The offerings in Dover and New Philadelphia will be given seas The annual united service of the New Philadelphia Church Blind Hell CLEVELAND for II years but thankful to God hes still Nicola Perna plans to celebrate Thanksgiving by cooking turkey dinner for nine needy people he doesnt But Thankful At Stove Both ovens and all six bum will be he Ill do it all except the carv fie menu A Upound bird With all the chest auts aod a class of wine for a Cleveland Welfare Federation and a Golden Age center names of people who werent likejy to enjoy the traditional meallone ly people and needy He called bis guests personal The happy blind man will have two elderly persons and two including three to help clean off the obtained from hasnt let himself m mmmbA since he lost his la an iadus He was bunted Uhrichsville and Dennison un ion services also are slated for tonight at in the Methodist Church at Dennison with Frederick Morganstern of the Uhrichsville Moravian deliver ing the The are sponsored by the Twin City Ministerial John Uhle of the First Lutheran Church in Strasburg will deliver the sermon for the community service tonight at in the EUB Church Newcomerstown and Sugar creek community services will be observed tomorrow morn Nist of the Naza rene Church will present the topic For What Have I Got to Be Thankful tomorrow at in the Newcomerstown College Street Methodist Sugarcreeks united service is set for in the First United Church of Christ with Donald Westmoreland of the Church of the Brethren as Dover Grace Lutheran Church in Dover will hold services to morrow at I Clarence Portz of Magnolia will serve as guest Sharon Moravian Church will hold services tonight at A pilgrim harvest meal will be DAY MIQHTINII A tip tf tU age fc ted am mm Carlson Executed In Mass Firing By JOHN SWAELENS BRUSSELS AP American medical missionary Paul Carl son was killed when Congolese rebels fired into a group of white a Belgian refu gee arriving from Stanleyville said The Fernand was aboard a Belgian Airlines jetliner that arrived early today from the Congo with 163 hos tages freed Tuesday when Bel gian paratroopers landed at the rebel I was a prisoner in the Hotel Deprey Carl son was in a group of about 150 who were forced to sit down in the When the rebels heard the paras paratroopers were on the they opened fire into the group and Carlson was shot Afterward as we went to meet the Belgian troops I saw his body in the He had been shot through the Deprey said that during his imprisonment by the he had come to know Carlson He was very cheerful and a great moral he At the airport a foggy drizzle fell on thousands of waiting Bel relatives or friends of persons who had been trapped in rebel Shivering refugees in light tropical clothing shuffled about looking for relatives and Red Cross workers See Page 2 celed plans for a triumphant entry into Stanleyville He may go an aide Wounded evacuees were taken to hospitals in The rebels killed at least 30 foreign ers and wounded more than 50 in murderous attacks as the paratroopers began Other Europeans may be found dead in various parts of the a Embassy spokesman Rebel chief Christophe Gbenye and other leaders of the Communistbacked Congolese Peoples Republic have disap The United States told Tshombes central government that rebel leaders must be made to answer for the murder of two See Page 27 Phyllis Rine 25yearold Mount Vernon and George a South were among the massacred hostages in tho rebel capital of Miss Rine was a representa tive of the African Christian and married just 3 was the Congo correspondent for Ohio Girls Desire Was To Do More MOUNT firing mowed down 15 per Phyllis Rine looked on her one of them Miss sionary work in the Congo as a The who represented the challenge and didnt think she African Christian Mission head was doing She wanted quartered in had to do been in the Congo since Today the 25yearold Shortly after she she who used to live near here and friends that Tve travel was a Mount Vernon High wm mUes to do what I School is deadslain nad always wanted to in the streets of Stanleyville by only minutes Miss Rine was killed by machinegun fire in a massacre in Stanleyvilles Laumumba As Belgian paratroops approached the square to res cue foreign hostages held by the the deadly machine He Didnt Fly Up until last it was believed the highest anyone could get in the County Jail was the second The Daily Reporter has learn ed from a reliable It seems that an inmate re cently was given a bottle of deodorant or disinfectant to re move what be termed a bad Buthe didnt use it for The concoction contained a good portion of which is not only good for killing bad but drowning It was used for the The prisoner proceeded to di lute it slightly with drink it and become higher than a lute pardon the second He pretended he was a one inmate reportedly In any deputies arent nor are most of the other Greek Immigrant Has Never Forgotten By CHUCK CAPALUO DBS Iowa AP displayed in the The A Greek immigrant and his wife Youth under the direccount their blessings in the tion of Phyllis will number of free turkey dinners present special music and they serve at their restaurant William Matz will give the Thanksgiving message This will be the 18th year that William and his have opened the door of Sargents Cafe to all We sort of look forward to this said Sar a city employe who takes time off from her job to help roast 15 to 91 make the stuffing ind KMUM the veoeta www MPT This is something we do our My husband enjoys doing Eighteen years ago when he he wanted to see people He still Were not under any illusion that it is a cureall for their It sounds I but we get an inner The Sargents distribute tick ets to various city for young and old They served over meals last Thanksgiving and are expecting about UM persons crippled by arthritis fit ftp Fire Runs m New Philadelphia At Tuesday afternoon to Public Square where fire damaged the carburetor and hood of an auto owned by Davleane Byron of 414 5th At to the Albert Abel home at 1023 Tuscarawas NW where a defective electrical receptacle caused minor damage to The loss was set at CHRISTMAS She had written In her appli cation for appointment to the mission that Ive been chal lenged by the great need for workers in the and a roommate of hers in Cincinnati and the African Zola said Miss Rine didnt think she was doing enough See Page 27 School Money Melon Smaller Dover School District net ted New Philadelphia and Uhrichsville as their shares of the regular quarterly distribution of the school foundation fund totaling to 745 state school In making the announcement State Auditor Chester Goble noted the sum was a drop of from the August quarterly County system schools will divide The 525 lo cal school district total was Other area local districts by counties and their payments in cluded Carroll Coshoc ton Harrison Holmes Stark and Wayne Sixty two exempted vil lage school districts received Sharing in the total are Dennison and New comerstown Carroll Urns check totaled In was paid to county boards of educa while the states share of the teachers and schoo employes retirement systems aud Ross and Scioto 7th ren from district of Union and Madison 8th DistrictAdds Richland district of Han Morrow and Wyandot 9th District Remains the same Lucas County 10th and 12th DistrictsSplit ranklin llth city of Warren from present district of Portage and Trurrtbull 13th San dusky County and adds Medina See TUSCARAWAS Page 31 SaltfyBiil 000 For County A bill now pending in Ohio to increase county officials annual salaries would cost Tuscarawas County in ex of per According to the measures provisions the salaries would be laid on a statelocal ba County officials would receive increases totaling more than The House Government Op erations salaries subcommittee approved an ammended bill It provides raises for treasurers Common Pleas Court re prose cuting attorneys and It would be proportionate with the population of each As proposed the bill would in crease the wages of the 3 com clerk of record treasurer and coroner each the engineer by and each judge by approximate ly There are 2 Com mon Pleas Court and a Pro bate jurist serving the A chart prepared by Record er Ted Underwood shows cur rent Tuscarawas County salar es with the increased salaries n parenthesis and compares them with Franklin County The county chart follows Commissioner Auditor Prose cutor Clerk of Courts Sheriff Recorder 650 Treasurer Engineer and Coroner The Franklin County chart follows Commissioner Auditor Prosecutor lerk of Courts Sheriff Treasurer En gineer and Cor oner Tax Exempted COLUMBUS Ohio Supreme Court yesterday held that the headquarters building owned by the State Teachers Retirement Board at Broad and Sixth is used exclusively for a public purpose and thus exempt from The 52 decision re versed the State Board of Tax Appeals and Franklin County Appellate Court which denied ON THE INSIDE Dear Abby II Your Horoscope Ubricfasvilte Pages 343541 Around the World Goren OB Bridge 13 e Obituaries 11 Sports Womens Pages 28 to 31 Crane Alvarez   

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