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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter November 27, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - November 27, 1964, Dover, Ohio Christmas Shopping Season Underway Santa Makes Arrival Today The Reporter Prints I More Want Ads Than I Any Other County I Paper JI VOL. 61. NO. 117. 26 PAGES. ^ HOME EDITION rHE Daily Reporter » 12,000 FAMILIES Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Friday, November 27, 1964 PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS County Board    OK's Baltic-Garaway    Consolidation Merger Action Steins From State Report Tuscarawas County will have another new school district — Baltic-Garaway. Creation of the district was approved Wednesday night at a special meeting of the County Board of Education. It will become effective within 30 days if no referendum petition is filed by citizens in the new district. The action came swiftly after a public meeting Sunday and 2 weeks of serious talks by the respective school boards. It will be the third consolidation within 2 months. Southern Local, comprising Midvale, Port Washington, Tuscarawas and Gnadenhutten, and the Twin City merger of Uhrichsville, Dennison and Union Local, were both approved at the Nov. 3 election. Still pending are a decision to annex the Stone Creek-Jef-ferson District to New Philadelphia and the transfer of Rush Local to the Twin City District. That leaves Strasburg and Tuscarawas Valley, which is a consolidation, as the only 2 districts in the county system which have not been involved in a consolidation move this year. All of the merger actions have stemmed from the state high school inspection reports made last winter which recommended larger high school units. A request for the merger was submitted by Harold Widder of Sugarcreek, president of the Caraway board, and Adrian Scheetz of New Bedford, president of the Baltic board. The request was signed by all members of both boards. The Baltic-Garaway consolidation (a name will be selected at a later date) was created under Section 3311.26 of the Ohio Revised Code, the same section used to form the Southern Local District. Unless there is a referendum petition, signed by 35 per cent of the qualified voters casting ballots in the last general election, the new district will be- Marcia J. Bigler, 18, of Mid-come legal Dec. 25.    vale will go on trial at 9 a.m. Operation of the district Tuesday in Common Pleas Rebel Snipers Bug Stanleyville Units By KENNETH L. WHITING LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo (AP) — Snipers’ bullets still I whistled through Stanleyville today as government troops pushed across the Congo River after the main rebel force. “Stanleyville is under control, but all resistance has not been eliminated,” said an American Embassy spokesman. “The city is virtually deserted. The Congolese have fled to the bush. But snipers are still active and you can easily get a bullet through your head.” Since the U.S.-Belgian airborne operation began Tuesday, at least 59 foreigners including three Americans have been slain by the Peking-backed rebels. The paratroopers rescued about 1,600 white hostages in Stanleyville and Paulis. In Paulis, which was seized Thursday by Belgian paratroopers, about IOO whites awaited evacuation on U.S. C130s. At least 170 foreigners were brought here from Paulis Thursday. Belgian paratroops were U.S. Brass Begin Viet Nam Review' READY FOR SEASON. Dover Light Department employes are shown finishing up the installation of the last of 20 artificial Christmas trees to the new light poles in the downtown. The trees, which cost the Retail Merchants' Council $200 each, will be lighted tonight at 7 with the arrival of Santa Claus. The Public Square decorations also will be turned on. Trees also have been erected in New Philadelphia. Midvale Girl Manslaughter Trial To Open Sec BALTIC, Page 13 Jury Acquits Phila Trucker Weathervane WEDNESDAY High 50    Low    42 YESTERDAY High 52    Low    39 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear 51 40    .. Chicago, cloudy — Los Angeles, cloudy Miami, cloudy ..... New York, clear .. I Court on a charge of second-j degree manslaughter. Miss Bigler was indicted se-1 ^^tsbrirgh, cloudy i cretly by the September Grand St. Louis, cloudy . Jury for the death of Mrs. Ken- ^an Fran., clear neth (Regina) Limpert, 30, of Washington, ^lear North Olmsted, who was killed in a smashup at the intersection of County Road 90 and Route 250 on July 19. Mrs. Limpert, an expectant mother, was a passenger in the 42 35 62 52 77 71 57 48 53 41 48 31 57 50 61 43 .02 By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER AP Special Correspondent WASHINGTON (AP) - Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Ambassador Maxwell D. Taylor started today an intensive reappraisal of U.S. strategy in anti - Communist war in Viet Nam. The study may lead to a decision by President Johnson to broaden the war. Taylor met with Rusk early this morning, beginning a schedule of talks to be climaxed by White House sessions with President Johnson and other decision makers next week. decisions is at hand. Furthermore he sees some advantages in authorizing and promptly undertaking air strikes either against Communist supply lines from North Viet Nam to South Viet Nam through the neighboring kingdom of Laos, or against Communist concentration points for men and supplies in the north. Taylor recently declared that the outcome of the conflict is now “very much in doubt.” But he said he thought attacks on targets in Red-held territory would probably make the The administration appeared chinese and North Vietnamese to be moving reluctantly toward a cautious expansion of the conflict beyond South Viet Nam in the hope of improving prospects for a peaceful settlement. Johnson and other top administration officials are reported to have divided feelings about Viet Nam strategy between sticking to confining the war almost entirely to South Viet Nam, and making some strikes to the north. Taylor, who returned to Washington Thursday, is known to believe that the time for new .13 Bruce Wade, 38, of RD I, New Philadelphia, broke into a broad smile in Common car driven by Leonard Schmidt, Pleas Court Wednesday after- 43, of Greensburg, O., which noon when he was declared in- was struck by the station wa- nocent of a second-degree man- 3on driven by Miss Bigler. slaughter charge.    1    The    Midvale    girl    entered    an . .    jrA    innocent plea at her arraign A jury, comprised of 9 women1    p    6 TODAY 7 a.m............. 39 RAINFALL Last 48 hours .59 inch TOMORROW Sunrise............7:28 Sunset ............ 5:00 High 46    Low    36 Forecast: Cloudv and rain. and 3 men, deliberated approximately an hour and 40 minutes before bringing in the acquittal verdict. Wade had been indicted for the death of Orville F. Taylor Jr. of 213 Welch St., Dennison, whose sports car crashed headon into the defendant’s tractor-trailer on Route 250 in front of Motor Freight Inc., south of the Midvale junction, on Aug. 18. During the 3-day trial, the truck driver’s lawyer, Atty. Thad Bowers of New Philadelphia, maintained that the 28- ment Sept. 28 and was released under $500 bond. SS Increases Spies Readies Presidential Opinion On    for£e Sunday Sales ON THE INSIDE Communist leadership realize that the conquest it seeks in the south will become too expensive See VIET NAM, Page 3 scouring an 18-mile radius around Paulis for other foreigners. The U.S. spokesman said the evacuation of refugees from Stanleyville has been completed. The American planes brought a total of 1,070 refugees from Stanleyville and Paulis. Congolese and other aircraft have airlifted hundreds of others from the rebel zone. The embassy said five Americans remained in rebel-controlled areas. They are Miss A. Chansler, who is believed to be I about 18 miles from Paulis in I ; the village of Egbita; W. Machesney, last reported in Wam-ba, and Mrs. F. J. Cunningham and her two children in Titule. I All are connected with the Heart of Africa Mission of Fort Washington, Pa. Other reports said several hundred whites of other nationalities were still missing in the northern Congo, and the Belgian paratroopers were planning other rescue missions before leaving the country this weekend. Reliable reports said the paratroopers might drop at Bunia, on the eastern frontier, or Wat-sa, to the northeast, to save whites there from massacre at the hands of the rebels. South of Stanleyville, rebels recaptured the tin mining town of Puma, taken last week by the government troops on their go 144: Stanleyville. Despite the reports that the Belgian paratroopers might make more drops, Premier Theo Lefevre of Belgium said in Brussels that Belgian rescue operations in the Congo will end today. The Belgian premier told re-See REBEL SNIPERS, Page 3 This stub-nose cab, owned by C. H. Trucking and driven by Bernie* Martin of Philadelphia, woe extensively damaged in Wednesday smashup. Martin was pinned in the cab and died later in the day in Union Hospital. ★ * 86TH DEATH IN STARK COUNTY Smashup Kills Phila Trucker Full-time KSU Center For County Is Aired Dear Abby ..................25 Your Horoscope .............25 Churches ....................18 Goren On Bridge ............23 Obituaries ...................21 Long-range plans in the de- day velopment of a regional campus program in Tuscarawas County were discussed last week when Dr. Roger Beitler, director of the division of academic centers of Kent State University, spoke to the advisory group of KSU Academic Center in New Philadelphia. The full time college program would include a new building and facilities and staff. Dr. Beitler outlined proce- Television ...................9    dures the community might fol- Sports ..................15    Sc    16    low to expand the program, Women’s Pages 12 & 13 which included: to request an Dr. Crane ...................23    audience with officials of the Dr. Alvarez .................25    KSU campus; plan to extend and late afternoon class Injuries suffered by a truck driver when his tractor-trailer rig slammed into a train at a crossing on Route 250 southwest of Beach City Wednesday noon has left a New Philadelphia family of 5 fatherless. Edgar L. Martin, 34, of 1138 Miller Ave. died in Union Hospital at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. He received compound fractures to both legs, a severe head injury and scrapes and bruises of his entire body in the smashup. His rig struck the Norfolk & Western Railroad train just Inside the Stark County line. Surviving are his widow, Patricia, 2 daughters, Pamela and Candy Jo and 2 sons, Danny and Larry. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. George (Anna McNutt) Martin of 143 6th St. SW, New Philadelphia. Martin, a driver for the George Hooker Trucking Co. of RD 2, Uhrichsville, was the 86th traffic fatality in Stark County. Massillon state patrolmen said Martin apparently failed to see the southbound train in a driving rain storm. He was returning home after delivering a load to Toledo. Engineer Miles H. Holloway, 70, of Beach City told patrolmen the train was traveling 30 miles an hour. The empty rig was pushed approximately 85 feet down the tracks. Martin was pinned in the wreckage of the stub-nose cab for a short period of time. He was taken to the hospital in a Lantzer Funeral Home ambulance from Beach City. Martin was born in Canton and had lived most of his life See SMASHUP, Page 3 Problems Delay Mariner 4 Probe WASHINGTON (AP) - The A statement of policy on the j Secret Service will expand its Sunday Blue Laws which ere- machinery for presidential pro-ated quite a flurry Monday j tection significantly in the next when complaints against a Do-1 few months, adding 75 agents, ver merchant and 2 stores were I clerks and technical personnel filed in Northern District Court, as the first step, year-old Taylor had been travel-1 will be issued later today, Pros-1 Secretary of the Treasury ing at a much higher rate than ecutor Harlan Spies stated this Douglas Dillon said “the basic the 45-mile speed limit posted morning.    emphasis will be on more ef- on the highway and that evi-1 Meanwhile, affidavits are be- fective advance and preventive donee did not show his client to ing prepared by the prosecu- work by the service in connec-have violated any traffic regula-1 tor’s office and will be filed in tion with presidential travel, as tions.    county courts having jurisdie- well as the use of more sophis- Prosecutor Harlan Spies and tion sometime today, Spies said. Heated equipment.” his assistant, Atty. James! Two New Philadelphia stores! The Secret Service Is under also may be involved. CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) —Technical problems with the spacecraft today forced postponement of an attempt to launch Mariner 4 take pictures and probe scientific secrets. programs as a pilot study, and make a feasible study as to local needs and resources for higher education as has been done in other Northeast Ohio communities. The local center director, Francis Hazard said that approximately one third of the 240 students currently enrolled would attend daytime classes if they were available. Dr. 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 j trustees.    Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS hill. Also, today had the usual The advisory group, nominat-j The nation’s    Thanksgiving    characteristics    of    workday    oc- ed by the school boards and in , weekend traffic    death rate;    cupation    for    perhaps    a    majori- cludes school superintendents,;slackened today after Thurs-acts as a liason between the day’s heavy highway mortality, community and university cen- since 6 p.m.    (local time), ter. Graham Marshall of New-wednesday, the    traffic comerstown is chairman.    reached 207. Hazard expressed apprecia-j with the frequency of fatali- period would exceed last year’s tion to Earl Olmstead and the ties far less than on Thanksgiv- 543, a record since the annual New Philadelphia Rotary Club mg Day, the rate of deaths slid count was started in 1958. for services being provided by down the scale to less than for Wpt weather snow in the Pa the Tusco-Kent Bookstall to the the first nine months of this    ’ 126 Holiday Road Death Frequency Slackens ty of Americans. With only about half of the four-day holiday weekend over, toll it was too early to tell whether the final toll for the 102-hour No new launching date was set immediately. The launch crew had only a 3-hour, 13-minute favorable peri-    , od ending at 12:41 p.m. EST in students, professors and schol- year when it averaged Thomas, charged Wade first stopped his truck, heavily laden with coal, and then pulled into the path of the oncoming car. Rubbish Schedule Dover city crews will pickup rubbish on the following schedule: Monday — Ward 2, E. 3rd St. north to Slingluff; Tuesday —Ward 2, from E. Slingluff to north limits; Wednesday—Ward I, from W. Slingluff to north the Treasury Department. In announcing the plans today, Dillon said the hiring of 75 additional persons would cost approximately $650,000. Phila Tot Bitten Mike Leach of 230 2nd St. SW reported to New Philadelphia police Thursday that his 4-year-I limits; Thursday, Ward I, from I old son had been bitten by a tirCHRISTMAS W. Front St. to W. SUngluff. Friday and Saturday—Downtown. neighbor’s dog. Ths skin was not broken, the police report stated. Tribe Buys Daley Frorn NY Yankees by the New York Yankees to the Cleveland Indians today for an unannounced amount of cash. It was reported that Daley was the second Yankee player to go to the Indians as part of the deal Philo Area Man Fined In Fracas Richard Rector, 22, of RD 3, to    Mars to    which to fire the Atlas-Agena    arship committee rocket to achieve the desired trajectory. When the trouble could not be corrected in time, the shot was called off for the day. The rocket is to propel Mariner 4 across 326 million miles    New Philadelphia, was fined NEW    YORK    (AP)—Bud Daley    of space for a brief encounter    $62.40 by New Philadelphia 31,    left-handed    pitcher,    was sold    with the red Planet next July    Mayor Joseph Pritz this morn- 14.    ing for disorderly conduct and If successful, the unmanned    resisting arrest following a craft will skim within 8,600    Wednesday night incident on miles of Mars and radio to earth    Public Square, the first close-up information ever obtained from the planet. Many astronomers believe that last September for Pedro Ra- b , form of „f    „ mos. Ralph Terry had been L,atlnn Bvklli th.„ sent to Cleveland recently. Daley appeared in only 13 games for the Yankees last season and had a 3-2 won-lost record. He spent most of the year in Richmond with the International League farm club. Daley underwent surgery for removal of bone chips from his left elbow in 1963. DAY BRIGHTENER Rector was charged by Police Capt. James Winkler. Sets Out Fine In County Jail cific Northwest and Midwest a and rain in the East, created day.    hazardous driving conditions in I raffic experts said that un- many areas. Highway travel, pleasant driving weather over although not regarded as heavy much of the North and absence as on o^j- major national holi-of Thursday’s pressure to keep da appeared above normal in Thanksgiving dinner appointments probably figured in the See HOLIDAY DEATHS, Page 2 ★ * Gnaden Man Injured, 7 Cited In Mishaps A Gnadenhutten man was se- and south of Uhrichsville on riously injured and 5 other per- j County Road 62. The mishap ac* sons suffered minor injuries in 1 curred at 2 a.m. yesterday. 5 auto mishaps investigated Reiser was a passenger in an by state patrolmen over the auto driven by Dean A. Shu-Thanksgiving holiday. Seven gait, 40, of Port Washington, citations were issued.    Shugart received a laceration Robert Reiser, 30, is listed as to his nose but was not treated. William Benedum, 54, of RD I, New Philadelphia, has been | “fairly good” today in Twin City fined $14.70 in Central County Hospital with severe head and Dentists report that the majority of loose teeth are the result of loose tongues. Court for intoxication Benedum, who is sitting out the fine in County Jail, was arrested by deputies. Shugart just prior the the ae- face lacerations after the auto cident was cited by Tuscarawas in which he was riding struck a police for reckless operation small bridge abutment just j when he drove his vehicle east of the Tuscarawas River j See GNADEN, Pa^e 13 I I ;

  • Adrian Scheetz
  • Bruce Wade
  • Bud Daley
  • Douglas Dillon
  • E. Slingluff
  • Earl Olmstead
  • Edgar L. Martin
  • F. J. Cunningham
  • Francis Hazard
  • Graham Marshall
  • H. Holloway
  • Harlan Spies
  • Harold Widder
  • James Winkler
  • John M. Hightower
  • Joseph Pritz
  • Kenneth L. Whiting
  • Leonard Schmidt
  • Marcia J. Bigler
  • Maxwell D. Taylor
  • Mike Leach
  • Miss A. Chansler
  • Orville F. Taylor Jr.
  • Pedro Ra
  • Ralph Terry
  • Richard Rector
  • Robert Reiser
  • Roger Beitler
  • Thad Bowers
  • Theo Lefevre
  • W. Slingluff
  • William Benedum

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: November 27, 1964

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