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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                MIL mm OMo AP Mate lawmakers have taken tta ftrtt sttp toward making Ohios Legislature tta second highest paid hi the Ifa bill passed Tuesday night s Taken thfwgh on ittfciHMje Mid is signed by the lawmakers MM WORM jflfflp IrMI tO a year starting wtth tlw 1N6 A study by the Legislative Stfvke CMlMMlilM tag arm of tta A RW weeM ufi York heeds tta paying its fegtetatftri If Ohios legrtlattve Bay Jumps to It win tab MaMachuflttts llsttd aft t naUoMfly by the Other states presently ahead of Onto are Mfchtgati inmott and Pntnsyl vanla and Wisconsin Mew California aftd sylvania are among id states wttch have aMmal legislative A feaotatton Introduced last and probably up for a house vote would add Ofrto to the tie SMM would boost salaries of House speaker and Senate majority leader to and those of minority leaders to If I Standing Edfmart IT 4to jdafeiftt MllpK 19 MIMM IM nWHW W mVJVe JAw es for but the ment was snouted down to volcv SM Page I Ovtr 600 Man Hours Art Nttdtd Each Day To Product Tht Rtporttr VOL 40 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County HOMIIOfTION NOW READ BY FAMILIES DoverNew December 1964 PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Goldwater Meets Nixon Soon On GOP Problem EDITORS NOTEh thb eichuiri AP Barry GeUwatcr UlU of for a GOP Mmarit and fhrts Ms vitwi oa deauads by ono that the party chairauB be Goldwater Mys he doei Bot plaa to araat additional iatenriewt or hold BOWS By JACK BELL WASHINGTON Barry Goldwater said today he plans to meet icon with Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon for a general discussion of the Republican partys future The defeated GOP presidential nominee said in an interview on his return to Washington from that he doesnt know where the summit conference discussion will he in dicated he is willing to cooperate with the former president and the former vice president in trying to bring peace among the bick ering of the Republican Goldwater said the meeting originally had been scheduled for next Thursday at Eisen howers office at but had to be delayed be cause of Nixons trip to He he hopes it can be fitted into the schedules of all three principals before his return to Arizona next Goldwater made it clear he would encourage the formation of the kind pf advisory council suggested by some GOP gover nors and other party leaders to bring all factions into the for mation of future party I tried to get Milton Eisen howers group to continue its he I thought they were making some brother of the former president and head of Johns Hopkins is chairman of the Republican Critical Issues The a panel of leading Re issued gop policy statements through special task forces during the recent presi dential Goldwater remained adamant In his opposition to the replace ment of Republican National Chairman Dean his per sonal choice for the job after the San Francisco nominating con They are not going to throw IF WOMP PLAYS IT MEANS REAL DISASTER FIND OUT WHY IN SANTA AND Burch he They dont have the This opposition by the presidential nominee to any of the national chairman at this time was concurred in by See Page SINGING TURTLE 4 Major Paralyzes Maine AP from the Rockies to the Men and snow removal slopes of the Ap ment in northern and Maine labored today to weather again highways of heavy drifted areas deep in the South that stranded hundreds of with the mercury drop elers in a chaotic white to 24 in and in Mont The snow Tuesday and past most of the Atlantic below zero belt covered but smacked sections of Midwest areas with 11 Driven by winds which at Grand times reached 60 miles an of the lower the snow piled in drifts up temperature in Maine eight in the low teens in north At least two persons Tuesday in the blizzard least two both in heaped nearly two feet of have been attributed to on Eastport and heavy A 72yearold Ban on other areas of Helen Stod Washington and died apparently of ex after struggling Snow and cold prevailed At tM1ff footdeep Near ProcrniA Tcla Maina Vlirioi V New Plans Due On Viet Nam By JOHN HIGHTOWER AP Special Correipondent WASHINGTON AP Ambassador Maxwell armed with fresh orders from President will fly back to South Viet Nam shortly to work out new plans for intensifying the war against Communist prospective new military actions could include air strikes against the Commu nist supply lines that run from North to South Viet Nam through the mountainous jun gles of A White House statement re porting on the conference John son held Tuesday with Taylor and other top policy advisers details on prospective the statement emphasized Red use of the supply lines through Laos and said there is evidence of increasing support to the Viet Cong rebels from Communist North Viet The statement also said that Taylor would consult urgently with the South Viet Nam government on what should be done to improve the war Against the background of mounting expectation of deci sions on whether the war should be broadened beyond the boun daries of South Viet the White House statement sum marized political and economic conditions in the coun try and said The meeting reviewed the accumulating evidence of con tinuing and increased North Vietnamese support of the Viet Cong and of North Vietnamese forces and passing the territory of Laos in violation of the Geneva accords of The President instructed Ambassador Taylor to consult urgently with the South Viet namese government as to meas ures that should be taken to im prove the situation in all its as The President reaffirmed the basic policy of provid ing all possible and useful as sistance to the South Vietnam ese people and government in Approval Given For MWCD Bill A bill permitting the Muskln gum Watershed Conservancy District to complete the lion Atwood Lodge project was passed late Tuesday night in a session of the Ohio House of The approved by a 1154 will free for the The already approved by the now needs the governors An emergency to make the bill effective also was passd The bill allows the transfer of income from fores try and royalties from mineral operations on land purchased with general funds and from the sale of such lands to the See Page It See Page 2 Library Merger Suggested Dover Balance Cleared By Jaam Davit Daily Reporter CHy Editor A consolidation of Tuscarawas Countys 7 public libraries into 2 or possibly 3 administrative with branches wu broached yesterday and a 5year standing misconception involving the Dover Public Library was cleared It all happened at a County Budget Commission called to consider allocations of classified property tax for 1965 operatioM of the Several of the library trust ees also asked the 2 commis sion members Treasur er Vic Martinelli and Auditor Donald to raise the per centage allocated to libraries from 80 to 85 per cent to 95 or 100 per This would be done at the ex pense of the municipal and county which got around of the collected in classified tax this The consolidation as Jury Hears Deliberation After Manslaughter Hearing A Common Pleas Court happ Is expected to begin told tion this afternoon in the asked v of Marcia of detail charged with gree had a Miss a Dover s broke into had w while on the stand this pass an Ing when Prosecutor wago Spies asked if she knew one had died as a result of did i collision between her pulled wagon and another station and on on Route 250 just south her the intersection with in t Road 69 last July onlj Her Danny strongly objected to Spies question and the court sustained his at press indicated he would be ready for final arguments after filing Judy said seat next time of tr tuning the Bigler be Route 250 When sh eral motions before the following the testimony of his Uvll Oil the other she shoi Prosecutor Spies and Miss ant James Thomas rested the states case at 10 this thought til ha Ing following testimony of 3 Three others V v wagon if his the stand yesterday VOI Schmidt Tta jur nnt b defendant was indicted by iwi 1 but that hi September Grand Jury for li Jury 11 traffic death of Kenneth ReguuO an expectant mother of U he i he afternoon wta was a in a car operated by of won traveling ejiv weejHUlk could not ON THI out in had a oiM Dear Abby 11 Your Haroseope H Armed The World tta iowac Schmidt remit 0fl in Telavteiian aaJNd Spafd HIM A 18 nine It happened too Miss about the headon I had a clear so I pull some distance up radio as the turn Miss onto Marcia Do Overholt said she a snowplow opera was found dead as the storm Hundreds ef Maine motorists See Page 2 Gromyko To Meet Again By LEWIS GULICK UNITED AP Secretary of State Dean Rusk scheduled a second meet ing with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko today in an effort to win Soviet agreement to help pay for peacekeeping operations of the United Na suggested by the Budget Com to improve and ex pand library services under one qualified librarian was toft There were no often to initi ate action for a survey or eon duct a factfinding It was left with This is ft matter which will have to be discussed by the individual li brary Laws of New Philadel former county school su perintendent and a longtime member of the County Library Board of Trustees at New Phil pointed out that a sur vey to consolidate was initiated in 1947 and that no decision was made when a report was finally made In The problem involving the Dover Library revolves around a socalled contingency fund See Page S Thant Appears President Lyndon Johnson left confers with Defense Secretary Robert Me Namara while Ambassador Maxwell Taylor right listens The Presi dent ordered urgent consultations with the Saigon government toward improv ing the grim situation in South Chicks Die In Blaze SUGARCREEKSeven thou sand weekold chicks were burn ed early Tuesday morning when fire destroyed a brooder house on an RD farm located in Troyer The farm is owned by Art Wrangler of the OmilleWoos ter area and Is manned by Amos a tenant According to reports a brood er chimney with power lines leading to it was smouldering Monday Burned wood was removed and the fire was apparently Yoder went to sleep in his located some dis tance from the think ing the only to awake yesterday morning to find the brooder burned to the Area residents were alerted when both a power blackout took place and water pumps ceased to Firemen were not called to the both Baltic and Sugarcreek fire depart ments were A lastminute accord Tuesday postponing a showdown at the General Assembly opened the way for basic financial negotia tions starting at a luncheon meeting of Gromyko and Rusk at the headquarters of the So viet sources expected other EastWest issues would come up including trade and a consular The money issue had top At their first meeting Rusk and Gromyko skirmished over procedure in what was termed an inconclu sive diplomats contended the United States gained more than it lost in Tuesdays compromise under which the General As sembly is going ahead with rou tine Voting on important matters was put off to allow See Page 19 know what happened membered only a No I do tattler of the estimated he was about 45 but tta crash Rovti th of Hew ta was in tta because we wan til IY CHRISTMAS Hearings Set On 2 Phila Sunday Sales The Sunday sales squabble and the battle of the Blue Law will come to a head next at least in Central Dis trict County with hear ings set on charges filed against 2 New Philadelphia Picked up by sheriff deputies yesterday and posting bonds each were Joseph Tur rin of Turrin Discount and Samuel operator of H A Drug in New Philadel Both merchants were de tained at the County Jail for 30 minutes Tuesday until they posted the Hassin is scheduled to appear before Judge Clarence Ferrell on 11 at 10 and Tur 14 at 10 Charges were filed by Prose cutor Harlan Five other against 3 2 each against agers of Gray Drug and the Hobby both in Miracle Lane and Marlowe Drug have been filed in Northern Dis trict The sheriffs department this morning it had received no warrants for n Selection Of Neygandt Tribute Common Pleas Judge Lamneck has been appointed to a committee of 10 Ohio all former members of the Ohio Supreme which will pre pare a memorial honoring re centlydeceased Chief Justice Carl Lamneck said today he will attend the special session in Columbus on 16 when the memorial will be officially pre sented to the Supreme Lamneck served with Wey gandt on the the arrest of merchants in Jail Population Shows Decline The population of the county jail is decreasing there are only 7 inmates there 5 men and 2 Deputy Loren Vasbinder said the figure is the lowest he can remember since Sheriff Young took office in The most we have had is about Vasbinder No Cause For Alarm If Dover police and firemen had cause for alarm early this morning it was only because alarms from 3 city banking of fices and a local industrial plant were triggered between and For a while it looked like the resurgence of Jesse the Dalton boys and Quantaills Raiders all in one as alarms sounded in the Police Depart ment from First Federal Sav ings Loan at Reeves Banking Trust 2nd office at and Reeves Plaza office and Sparta Ceram ic Plant on RD Dover at 2 Route Culprits in this howev were only telephone line men testing Acting Do ver Police Chief Ray Hies ex By TOM HOGE UNITED AP The launching of tta twicedelayed General As sembly without a headon dash between the United States and the Soviet Union was seen today as a victory for SecretaryGen eral U Delegates said Thants pa tience and persistence brought the big powers together Tues day for one more try at getting the assembly under way without a blowup over the issue of the Soviet Unions unpaid peace keeping dues and Its assembly As diplomats sat in the Gener al Assembly hall waiting for tta 19th session to repre sentatives of the four big pow ers met in Thants office and agreed to limit the opening weeks to general policy debate and noncontrovenial During that tune a 21nation committee will try to reach some solution of the issue raised by Soviet refusal to pay any Congo or Middle East peace keeping dues and tta con tention that H shouk vote as a plained hooked the alarm system up through is Stoltn Car Found A 1959 Ford automobile sto len at Bolivar yesterday morn and belonging to William was recovered at according to the sheriffs Pope Begins Historic Bombay Visit A line numbering system is used by the phone company and linemen were testing the unaware that they led to the alarm GEORGE CORNELL AP ReHglan Wrtter India AP Pope Paul VI arrived today on the longest mission ever undertaken by a was welcomed by I and as a pilgrim of ef toy and Then was no single police tad tatt lor aottik acts iron to Hth On papal vUitto attaaXtt WeariM A white ikuU a ladaikiutoaadaNdtracedt cape at the end of the down a Pope Paul 40foot rod walked carpet spread from the ramp of the Waiting to greet him were Prime Minister Lai Bahadur a Hindu who was said at first to have opposed the Popes visit to Hindu and President Zakir a We rejoice in the honor of Htfttng the Pope said in bis address to Shastri and HMS AMar psMpf India far its efforts for world the Pope added We come as a a pil grim of of joy and We greet all the Indian every woman and about Indians broke through police lines and surged across the runway seeking a better view of the leader of the worlds half billion Roman Cath And we extend our greeting to all tta nations of to every nation in tta While there were nearly HI Indians at tte many barefoot and wearing the dhoti or robe of their impoverished only about were per mitted to enter tta Many of these wera Indian Minutes baton tta idaaa liad 4PvMBjna About on duty at Weathervane YISTCIDAT High 25 Low 21 Elsewhere h cloudy 54 44 snow M 24 snow 24 21 Los cloudy M 55 tta financial Todays assembly agenda ap peared noncontrovenial eaMffc with a parade of speaken slated to welcome MaMa and which were admitted See Pafa If Area Man Fined For Brush Fire Edward ef ID Mineral was fined Tuesday by Northern Ma trict County Court Judge Charles Eckert on chargea fiM by Earl a Ohio Dt vision of Forestry far per mitting a fire to get out of troL a fire warden for the Mineral City brush on the shoved the crowd back without using The police used long Then was a cheer from the crowd as the jetliner landed in the 87degree After tie ceremonies at the aiiport the Pope walked to a MHiUV ftp U 71 at 28 23 24 17 SO 28 88 58 cloudy 25 New cloudy cloudy cloudy San rain waabtmipf mtheUtae got out of 25 acres along Route t Mineral The land belongs to Tryjosa FramTand EM 7 TOOAf Last 24 hours None 9 IP Sunrise Sunset 458 Low 39 Fomcajt dandy and owl DAY MtOHTiftW Humanity U divided Hfti classes those in tta   

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