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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Chritt Mort Wont Adi Than Any GHiftr Covnty Paptr VOL 26 S0nfa Arrival i itt j 5 r Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Norembtf PHONE 44167 7 CENTS S Merger Action Stems From State Report Tuscarawas County will have mother new school district Creation of the district was approved Wednesday night at a special meeting of the County Board of It will be come effective within 30 days if no referendum petition is fil ed by citizens in the new dis The action came swiftly after public meeting Sunday and 2 weeks of serious talks by the respective school It will be the third consolida tion within 2 Southern comprising Port Tuscarawas and and the Twin City merger of Dennison and Union were both approved at the 3 Still pending are a decision to annex the Stone CreekJef ferson District to New Philadel phia and the transfer of Rush Local to the Twin City That leaves Strasburg and Tuscarawas which is a as the only 2 dis tricts in the county system which have not been involved in a consolidation move this All of the merger actions have stemmed from the state high school inspection reports made last winter which recom mended larger high school A reqiest for the merger was submitted by Harold Widder of president of the Caraway Adrian Scheetz of presi dent of the Baltic The request was signed by all members of both The BalticCaraway consoli dation a name will be selected at a later date was created un der Section of the Ohio Revised the same section used to form the Southern Lo cal Unless there is a referendum signed by 35 per cent of the qualified voters casting ballots in the last general elec the new district will be come legal Operation of the district See Page 13 ers Bug Units fey KENNETH WHITING the Congo AP Snipers bullets still whistled through Stanleyville today as government troops pushed across the River after the main rebel Stanleyville is under but all resistance has not been said an American Embassy The city is virtually desert The Congolese have fled to the But snipers are still active and you can easily get a bullet through your Since the air borne operation began at least 59 foreigners including three Americans have been slain by the Pekingbacked reb The paratroopers rescued about white hostages in Stanleyville and In which was seized Thursday by Belgian paratroop about 100 whites awaited evacuation on At least 170 foreigners were brought here from Paulis Belgian paratroops were Brass Begin Viet NamReview READY FOR Dover Light Department employes are shown finishing up the installation of the last of 20 artificial Christmas trees to the new lighf poles in the The which cost the Retail Merchants Council will be lighted tonight at 7 with the arrival of Santa The Public Square decorations also will be turned on have been erected in New Jury Acquits Phila Trucker Bruce of RD New broke into a broad smile in Common Pleas Court Wednesday after noon when he was declared in nocent of a seconddegree man slaughter A comprised of 9 women and 3 deliberated approxi mately an hour and 40 minutes before bringing in the acquittal Wade had been indicted for the death of Orville Taylor of 213 Welch whose sports car crashed on into the defendants tractor trailer on Route 250 in front of Motor Freight south of the Midvale on Puring the 3day the truck driver Thad Bowers of New Philadel maintained that the 88 yearold Taylor had been travel ing at a much higher rate than the 45mUe speed limit posted on the highway and that have violated any traffic regula Prosecutor Kartell Spies and nil James charged Wade ftnrt Midvale Girl Manslaughter Trial To Open Marcia of Mid vale will go on trial at 9 Tuesday in Common Pleas Court on a charge of second degree Miss Bigler was indicted se cretly by the September Grand Jury for the death of Ken neth Regina of North who was kill ed in a smashup at the inter section of County Road 90 and Route 250 on July an expectant was a passenger in the car driven by Leonard of which was struck by the station wa gon driven by Miss The Midvale girl entered an innocent plea at her arraign ment 28 and was released under Weathervane WEDNESDAY High 50 Low 42 riSTERDAT High 52 Low 39 Elsewhere IB High Law Fr clear 51 40 cloudy 42 35 Los cloudy 62 52 Spies Readies Opinion On Sunday Sales A statement of policy on the Sunday Blue Laws which ere ated quite a flurry Monday when complaints against a Do ver merchant and 2 stores were filed in Northern District Court will be issued later Pros ecutor Harlan Spies stated thi affidavits are be ing prepared by the prosecu tors office and will be filed in county courts having jurisdic two sometime spies said Two New PhUadejnMa storej also may be 31 50 43 cloudy 71 New clear 57 48 cloudy 53 41 cloudy 48 San clear 57 clear 61 TODAY 7 39 RAINFALL Last 48 hours inch TOMORROW Sunset High 46 Low 36 Forecast Cloudy and SS Increases Presidential Safety Force WASHINGTON AP The Secret Service will expand its machinery for presidential pro tection significantly in the next few adding 75 clerks and technical personnel as the first Secretary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon said the basic emphasis will be on more ef fective advance and preventive work by the service in connec tion with presidential as well as the use of more sophis ticated Hie Secret Service Is under By JOHN HIGHTOWER AP Special Correspondent WASHINGTON AP Sec retary of State Dean Rusk and Ambassador Maxwell Tay lor started today an intensive reappraisal of strategy in anti Communist war in Viet The study may lead to a decision by President Johnson to broaden the Taylor met with Rusk early this beginning a schedule of talks to be climaxed by White House sessions with President Johnson and other decision makers next The administration appeared to be moving reluctantly to ward a cautious expansion of the conflict beyond South Viet Nam in the hope of improving prospects for a peaceful settle Johnson and other top admin istration are reported to have divided feelings about Viet Nam strategy between sticking to confining the war almost entirely to South Viet and making some strikes to the who returned to Washington is known to believe that the time for new decisions is at Further more he sees some advantages in authorizing and promptly un dertaking air strikes either against Communist supply lines rom North Viet Nam to South Viet Nam through the neighbor ng kingdom of or against Communist concentration points or men and supplies in the Taylor recently declared that the outcome of the conflict is now very much in But he said he thought attacks op targets in Redheld territory would probably make the Chinese and North Vietnamese Communist leadership realize that the conquest it seeks in the south will become too expensive See VIET Page 3 ON THE INSIDE Dear Abby Your Churches Goren On Obituaries Television Womens 4 1 Crane Alvarez scouring an 18mile radius abound Paulis for other The spokesman said the evacuation of refugees from Stanleyville has been The American planes brought a total of refugees from Stanleyville and Congolese and other aircraft airlifted hundreds of oth ers from the rebel The embassy said five Ameri cans remained in trolled They are Miss who is believed to be about 18 miles from Paulis in the viUage of Egbita last reported in and Cunningham and her two children in All are connected with the leart of Africa Mission of Fort Other reports said several hundred whites of other nation alities were still missing in the northern and the Belgian paratroopers were planning oth r rescue missions before leav ing the country this Reliable reports said the par atroopers might drop at on the eastern or Wat to the to save whites there from massacre at the hands of the South of rebels recaptured the tin mining town of taken last week by the This Trucking and driven by of New extensively damaged In tfce Wednesday Martin was pinned in tha cab and died later in the day in Union 86TH DEATH IN STARK COUNTY government troops on their go 144 Despite the reports that the Belgian paratroopers might make more Premier Theo Lefevre of Belgium said in Brussels that Belgian rescue operations in the Congo will end The Belgian premier told re See REBEL Page 3 Fulltime KSU Center For County Is Aired Longrange plans in the de velopment of a regional campus program in Tuscarawas Coun ty were discussed last week when Roger direc tor of the division of academic centers of Kent State Univer spoke to the advisory group of KSU Academic Center in New The full time college program would include a new building and facilities and Beitler outlined proce dures the community might fol low to expand the which included to request an audience with officials of the KSU campus plan to extend RD was the Problems Delay Mariner 4 Probe CAPE AP Technical problems with the spacecraft today forced post ponement of an attempt to launch Mariner 4 to Mars to take pictures and probe scien tific the Treasury the nlans said the Wring of 71 Tribe Buys Daley From NY Yankees NEW YORK Daley lefthanded was sold by the New York to the Cleveland Indians today for an amount of K was reported that Daley was the second Yankee player to go to thj IwtiMs aj put of the deal jog Pedro W IPW RaifA Terry No new launching date was set The launch crew had only a 13minute favorable peri od ending at EST in which to fire the AttasAgena rocket to achieve the desired When the trouble could not be corrected in the shot was called off for the The rocket is to propel of space for a brief encounter with the red planet next July If the unmanned craft will skim within MM miles of Mars and radio to earth the first cfcteup information ever obtained from the Many astronomers bettove that a basic form of We such w veg etation exists erews wiU pickup au at Miffliliif sdied to Cleveland in Mjy M Yaikffv lift sea M wowtail of the in Ridnaad with the Intena torn Hmtts had been httten WmiifBV ami ifciJ ma Iwiwii fritoi day and late afternoon class programs as a pilot and make a feasible study as to lo cal needs and resources for higher education as has been done inother Northeast Ohio The local center Francis Hazard said that ap proximately one third of the 240 students currently ed would attend daytime class es if they were Beitler also told the group that their name be changed from trustees to Tuscarawas County College committee in or der to avoid confusion with KSU The advisory nominat ed by the school boards and in cludes school acts as a liason between the community and university cen Graham Marshall of comerstown is Hazard expressed apprecia tion to Earl Olmstead and the New Philadelphia Rotary Club for services being provided by the TuscoKent Bookstall to the professors and schol arship Injuries suffered driver when his tractortrailer rig slammed into a at a crossing on Route 250 southwest of Beach City Wednesday noon has left a New Philadelphia family of 5 Edgar of 1138 Miller died in Union Hos pital at Wednesday He received compound frac tures to both a severe head injury and scrapes and bruises of his entire body in the smash His rig struck the Norfolk Western Railroad train just inside the Stark County Surviving are his Pa 2 Pamela and Candy Jo and 2 Danny and He was the son of and George Anna McNutt Martin of 143 8th New a driver for the traffic fatality in Stark Massilloq state patrolmen said Martin apparently failed to see the southbound train in a driving rain He was delivering a load to Toledo Engineer Miles of Beach City told patrol men the train wjas traveling tt miles ah The empty rig was pushed approximately 85 feet down the Martin was pinned far the wreckage of the stubnone cab for a short period of He was taken to the hospital r in a Lantzer Funeral Home bulance from Beach City Martin was born in Canton and had lived most of his lite See Page 3 Holiday Road Death Frequency Slackens Philo Area Man Fined In Fracas Richard of RD New was fined by New Philadelphia By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The nations Thanksgiving weekend traffic death rate slackened today after Thurs days heavy highway Since 6 local the traffic toll reached With the frequency of fatali ties far less than on Thanksgiv ing the rate of deaths slid down the scale to less than for the first nine months of this year when it averaged 121 a Traffic experts said that un pleasant driving weather over much of tin North and absence of Thursdays pressure to keep Thanksgiving dinner appoint ments probably figured in the today had the usual characteristics of workday oc cupation for perhaps a majori Klayor Joseph Prits this morn ing for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest following a Wednesday nigh incident on Public Rector was charged by Police James w ty of With only about half of tha fourday holiday weekend it was too early to tell whether the final toll for the 114hour period would exceed last years a record since the ai count was started In Wet now In the Pa cific Northwest and Midwest and rain in the created hazardous driving conditions in many Highway although not regarded as heavy appeared above normal in See HOLIDAY Page I Sets Out Fine In County Joil Wttttan of RD mt km kwen in Central Canty Olttrt fay WlW is iHttME ttHt OM ii County ar fey Gnaden Man 7 Cited In Mi A CiiadeahuttMi was se riously Injured and S other Mm suffered minor injuries in ft auto mishaps investigated patrolmen over the and snuth of Uhrtchsvttt County Road curred wen issued WM ft trtvei by D flit RotoUt to listed sewre after the auto riding iust sj Hi Ifrff ShjHJKl to tie n out vu   

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