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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Bow In Cage Debut M idvaIe Ends Strasburg Streak Page 73 Nttwork of Mporttr Nvwimtn and Corrttpondtnfi Swing 24 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DovetNew November HOMI IWTION NOW READ IY FAMIUIS PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Holiday Highway Death Toll Establishes New Mark Current Total Is 550 Last Year 513 Died By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic accidents on the na tions streets and highways killed a record 550 persons dur ing the fourday Thanksgiving The figure topped last years Thanksgiving mark of 543 deaths which had been the rec ord since annual counts for the holiday began in Driving on most of the coun trys roads and highways was endangered as rain and snow pelted the northern half of the continent Hazardous driving warnings were issued for many states by the Weather The pace of fatal accidents increased somewhat in the wan Ing hours of the as weary motorists hurried to re turn to their The death toll was boosted by many multi ple death including one in which eight persons were killed Thanksgiving Day in South The traffic death total since 6 local time Wednesday was The 102hour holiday ended at midnight The National Safety Council statistics show the average dai ly traffic death total was 126 in the first nine months of The council keeps records of the number of deaths on certain weekend but does not do so for the Thanksgiving weekend it the holiday period does not involve much extra For a comparative The Associated Press surveyed the number of deaths for a non holiday weekend of 102 11 to A total of 468 See Page 2 TOP Corbin Miller left of Dover shows his winning style to 4 other Tuscarawas County Prince of Peace declamation contest They are Pam Barber seated of Dave Contini standing second from left of Bonnie Raber of Caraway and John Aul of Stras The quintet bested a 23student field in 5 contests conducted Sunday night in the annual declamation finals sponsored by the County Council of All received silver medals and will represent the county in district competi tion 13 at a place to be Also vying for district laurels will be Carol Christ of who had the winning county entry in the Prince of Peace essay She was award ed the medal in the Midvale Methodist Church Appeals Court May Rule On Only 2 Cases Only 2 of the 8 cases before the Fifth District Court of Ap peals will probably be heard when the Appelate Court begins its session in Tuscarawas Coun ty on The 2 cases in which briefs have been filed concern the dis pute over the seating of water board members in Dennison and the temporary injunction against Stuckis Tavern in Do The trustees of the Board of Public Affairs in Dennison has appealed an opinion handed down by Common Pleas Judge Lamneck in a declaratory judgment suit filed by the vil lage of Lamneck among other that the joint water board of Uhrichsville and Den nison should be comprised of the mayors of both cities and 2 members appointed by the in dividual The by their do not have places on the the Judge Lamneck also ruled that the trustees were in charge of the sewage system in but could not turn its authority over to the water Members of the Board of Public Affairs had been serving on the joint water board which operated both water and sewage facili Joan Woodard filed an appeal against Lamnecks rul ing to close Stuckis Tavern temporarily as a common In Prosecutor Harlan Spies filed a counter motion asking the Appelate Court to dismiss the Stuck mo Three of the litod re cently with the court concern the declaratory judgment on the trusts on a promissory note dating back to The appeal to placed against Judge Bay A Rices overruling a b itMUider the Rhodes Seeks Hike In Bonds Ohio James Rhodes today called for a boost in his proposed million bond issue to mil lion for additional His request went to Ma jority Leader Stanley Me The bond issue in the form of an amendment to the Ohio would be re submitted to the Senate with the Increased it was ex Rhodes said the additional million would be used for state park recreational facilities and to help political subdivisions fi nance construction of water and sewer lines for industrial and other Rhodes said the larger sum would allow subdivisions to set up rotary funds that could be used in meeting the cost of sew er and water line extensions At such costs are as sessed against abutting farm lands whose owners usually can not afford to pay them until their lands are turned over for industrial or residential the governors office The ceiling was placed hi the bond issue pro posal after some senator object ed to absence of a ceiling In the original Opponents ol an openend bond issue asserted the state might issue well over million in bonds without the clear 57 clear 22 cloudy 36 Los cloudy 87 fog 81 4ew cloudy snow clear Jan cloudy cloudy Patrol Tickets 8 Drivers In Mishaps State patrolmen handed out 8 citations in 8 auto mishaps in vestigated over the Three persons were slightly in Herman of New suffered a cut knee in a crash Saturday at on Route south of Route If Patrolmen said an auto driv en by Jerry of struck the north bound Bickford IBVM Uoyd of zoer te was cuad for aUurt to yield rightofway after backed kiTauto Into tkt path of driven by Dean of literal Saturday at OB In another mishap Saturday at Mttell of was cited fur driving left of center after his vehicle slid on wet pave ment and struck a pickup truck operated by Oral of The Bub en vehicle thai rammed anoth er driven by of No injuries were but both autoi sustained heavy Ptvtf K of Cadiz and a paweager IB his also of Ca hott matainfld lacerai Dps aad bruisei noses in a crash till manual at OB into MlfeltajaaiNi County Guiding Star Mariner Is MarsBound By DIAL TORGERSON AP Spacecraft Mariner 4 finally found its guiding star and scientists said it was using the star to ipeed on toward an appointment with Officials at Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena said that the second radio command sent to the craft today resulted in its find ing Canopus the bright orb it needs to hold it on course through a 325millionmile A first command sent at made the craft lock on an object which data later revealed was not scientists re The second command was sent at starting the craft rolling over in scanning the heavens for Cano Three minutes later it locked on a Scientists said the data it then radioed back was proving it locked on Canopus and not some other They uld two season are carried on the When one of them is locked on the other should be pointed to ward They said informa tion received from the earth sensor indicated that it was in deed pointing toward At the time Mariner locked on Canopus it was miles from earth and was traveling at See Page 19 Weafliervane SATURDAY High 58 Low 30 YESTERDAY High 37 Low 21 Elsewhere In High Low lost Of Living ndex Indicates factional Rise WASHINGTON AP The ost of living edged up one enth of one per cent in Octob the Labor Department sak Prices increased a long the line except for food asoline and household appli The consumer price an ounced by the department Bureau of Labor Statistics cached per cent of it 9571959 This was ser cent above October Arnold assistant com missioner of the sai he increase was within th that the index has move in recent It shows no sign See Page 6 54 61 56 32 14 22 60 68 31 23 3 51 36 21 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 48 hours inch SNOW Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset Forecast Fair and High 27 Low 05 ON THE INSIDE Dear Abby Your Horoscope Around The World Goren On Hospital News Obituaries Television Sports Womens Crane Alvarez New Complaints Filed In SundayArgument Pressure mounted today for ome kind of action by the Bounty court judges and the rosecutors office with the fil ng of 2 more complaints over lleged violations of Ohios Blue Pending in Northern District with no hearing dates et or a course of action deter are 5 3 of which were filed last Monday over nonessential sales on Affidavits on the 3 cases were iled by Prosecutor Harlan Spies Saturday This mornings complaints named Clair manager of Gray and Richard manager of the Hobby Both stores are in Mira cle Lane Plaza and both were charged in last weeks initial round of the Sunday opening Filing the complaints this morning were Kenneth Craw ford of 1015 Tremont Dover against and Richan Lengler of 1107 Crater against Both Crawford and Lengler are employes of downtown Do vers Penney Last Penney Man other charge against Drug was made by omplaint against The ray George Purple of Mont gomery Ward Larry Wards merchandising filed one against hlarlowe Drug Store in Down own Affidavits also were to be iled today in Central District Court against Drug tore and Tunin Discount both of New them with illegal Sun day sales on Northern District Court Judge Charles Eckert said this morn ing that he still had not con ferred with Spies on any of the affidavits filed thus Eckert indicated that no action in es BULLETIN UNITED Soviet Union todaj rejected a compromise formuU put forward by SecretaryGen eral U Thant in the hope o avoiding a confront ation on financing No Meter Money Needed After 6 Dover Mayor LeMoyn Luthy today advised those pen ny wise and pound foolish in dividuals shopping downtow Dovers stores to stop puttin money in parking meters afte 6 Free parking after tha time in downtown Dover ha been in effect for some tim every week Luth explained this ger Bernard Myers filed a tablishing hearing dates would be taken until he has talked with the since first being charged last has contend ed that he has felt his Sunday opening was within the excep tions granted by the Ohio The law makes exceptions for amuse entertainment or exhi bitions or the providing of ser vices and commodities inciden tal he adding that he feels the section includes his Hobby Shop New Philadelphia prtke re ceived no complaints over the weekend and Mayor Joseph Fritz said no one called or con See SUNDAY Page 2 STANLEYVILLE SNIPERS CONNECT Refugee Plane Crashes At Port the Congo AP A chartered Belgian DC4 crashed on the runway of Stanleyville airport Sunday killing the crew and all but seven of the refugees it was bringing to reports to Leopoldville A message reaching Leopold ville this morning said the plane got fire on taking It was not clear whether this meant that the plane had been hit by rebel riflemen who still infest the region around the airport at An employe of the charter Belgian International Air said the DC4 had a crew of three It was not known how many passen gers were An official of the company in said the plane was believed to have car ried 40 An investigating team was flying to Stanleyville this morn Most of the planes passen gers were reported to be Congo lese refugees from the former rebel In the last few several planes have been unable to land in Stanleyville because of rebel ground Belgians who re turned from Stanleyville Sunday night said the region between the airport and the center of the city about two miles away was heavily infiltrated by rebel snip Beyond the the rebels are in almost full The airport is guarded by Congolese soldiers who took over when Belgian paratroopers were with drawn Sunday after rescuing 700 foreigners from the With the departure of the Bel gian fears mount ed for the safety of 500 to whites still in the rebelheld areas of the northern Refugees said the Peking See PLANE Page 19 Red Cross Chapters Honor Volunteers At Annual Tea The Dover and Tuscarawas County Chapters of the Amer can Red wellknown to he public for its services towards relief of dis ease and held their recognition tea Sunday after noon to pay tribute to the vol unteers for their Harry Dover chap ter headed the pro gram and James Sullivan of Port Washington was main Sullivan related some of her experiences as a Red Cross volunteer during the Hurricane disaster in Louisiana a few months Invocation was given by Alva Taylor of the First Methodist Recognition and capping of a new class was handled by William director of the auxiliary Entertainment was provided by the Friends of direct ed by Charles Gray Ladles recognized were 9 years Vincent Ber Fred Karl Vinton Margaret Fred Herbert Me Earl Darrel Van Wagner and 8 years and double chevron Fred John Nelson Karl James Sullivan and Fred 7 years William Au Ray Herbert Raymond McClelland and Wayne 6 years Glen Holz Eda Flor ence Edna Don Howard Ed ward Whid don and Bonnie 4 years and chevron James Edmond Ronald Richard Carl William Phyllis Mary Lee Nel lie Meiba Jo Galbraith Delbert Pearl Mrs C John Mrs See RED Page 6 Salt Crews Begin Task Salt crews of Dover and New Philadelphia received an ink ling of what they might expect in future weeks and months when they were called out to ice down an 8tenths inch of snowfall last Dover crews were on the job for nearly 5 hours until this morning and New Philadelphia workers started at this salting streets and DAY BRIGHTENER Fun gets more expensive as you grow older gets IOCM PRIESTS INDICATE FAVORABU RESPONSE Comments Mary On Mass Alterations reaction was very fa It seemed rather strange at first but the people caught Marwllus Fuller of Josephs Church said this morning in fommtiit ing OB Masses Sunday ia which EafJtoh was used for the first time instead of Latin in about half the We have not done some lit tle parts due to our own partic ular cramped llarcellus but will pick them up as soon as pos be went ev eryone seemed to like it very Freund of Sacred Heart Church at New also viewed the change with a feeling of suc M was accepted very well and the people same in the It brings a closer union between the priest and people in cele bration of the Freund indicated he was wholeheartedly in favor of the Since Latin was the princi pal language at the beginning of the Catholic it was he went but now English u tto principal langu age and I feel tt should be A crosscountry spot brought mostly favorable Most of the English to pre xibed for use in the Beetles scribed responses to the chanting priests in the churches spanning rrc The referaii wen by the Vaticans   

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