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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                jjj new wNK m in uvw 4 on i Would Set Up Bond Issue Vote Next proposal in II until aflow ute of The money would be vtttf Mr timid uuuauuBt a new naw universilyM Cleveland tie and adtit correctional tiuons outdoor recrtitlon and a ignite s water to MfUwtilini itwical pwlpotn and additional After tome llveh the Senate adopted the monition its afternoon in it wnnfinu tauy pot a ttMftflftfef r Republican hold M Mats and will pick votes INMttMflff Democrats art HHciid EUuR DvnMcfata with Republicans Thtirs tffty in the fenm Someont Prom The Reporter It Working For You 24 Hours A Day VOL 22 afterwpper session last 18 dealt with lust and saw senate minor 861M Hi Ml already passed fey the abolishes tin never activated Public Facilities nance Commission wntch this created list ytw to ISallC DOIKH iniDNMM monopoly WWW have fof conservation and other tvementSi H retains language that he WJH DepaiWiwH iltlNl of up f o 15 per ceitt of da tail selling Aid tt icta a section declaring that a 9ee IOND ftgitf w Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew December HOMIIDfflON NOW READ IY FAMILIES j PHONE f267 CPTCS FBI Arrests 18 In Civil Rights Deaths Sugarcreek Area Man Killed In Stark Crash A cartruck accident at Thursday on Route south of claimed the life of Noah of father of 5 according to Massil lon state died of in juries sustained when his 1965 panel truck went left of center and struck headon a car oper ated by Earl of RD New Philadelphia Wain Yoders death was the 87th in Stark County this Kohler and his both were admitted to Massillon City Hospital and are reported as fairly good and this The Kohlers reportedly had been returning from a Christ mas shopping Kohler had bruises and abra sions to his chest and While Kohler suffered a fractured left leg and other in Stark County Coroner Shaheen said today that Yo der died of shock with multiple fractures to both pelvic bone and his Yoder died in Massillon City Hospital at after be ing taken there in an Angelo Hug The according to of occurred when Yoders truck went off the right hand side of the then back on the roadway before veering left of Both vehicles were demolish lost Budget Airing Is Set ByRoswell Whos got Roswells 1965 budget He will need a good explana tion for Wednesdays Village Council session at which time the onemill tax cut imposed by the County Budget Commission will be The commissions tak en yesterday because Roswell officials had requests for ignored repeated the 1965 budget due last July reduces the villages operating finances by about 20 per The village will lose from the one calculated on a valuation of plus anoth er in the undivided local government fund Roswell received this year from the Unless the commission re verses its Roswell will operate in 1965 on from property taxes and from the local government That means a loss of from this years James a village told The Daily Re porter this morning that Coun cil had approved a budget 2 months ago and that he thought it had been Harold another council said he would wait and see what took place Wednes day before making any com Francis vil lage said he had not beta but that in his opinion the village would sub mit the budget now and hope the commission would be merci ID and restore the one Port Couples Son Killed In Mishap NEWCOMERSTOWN Mr and Frank Main ID Port have receiv ed word 4 the of thicir of 0 Hi was HIM yeatorday mora Born at RD he was a son of Melvin and Elmina Beachy who sur A building he was owner of the Sugarcreek Build ers in Shanesville and was a member of the Sharon Con servative Other survivors include his the former Emma Bea chy 2 Gary and and 3 Joyce See AREA Page 14 Yeder Newcomerstown School future Hanging On NEWCOMERSTOWN A de cision by the Ridgewood Board of Education not to hold a spe cial election for a million bond issue and addi tional levy may have some bear ing on what consolidation course school officials will take The Ridgewood Board had contemplated resubmitting the issues after were de feated atthe 3 The bond issue would have fi nanced a new high school for the consolidation of West Laf Fresno and Tax rates for the which includes part of Bucks Township in Tuscarawas Coun have been held up pending a In the state inspection report of the high school made a year the need for a new high school building and a larg er administrative unit wereem Newcomerstown school offi cials joined in the numerous school consolidation talks held last spring and early summer and evidently were in the thick of a pending school in late the Port Washington Board of Ed ucation issued an ultimatum to Newcomerstown either join the county school system or The took the or else course and subsequent action by the county board and voters left Newcom erstown an island unto hemmed in from all sides by ON THE INSIDb Alvarez Crane Around The World lurches 7 Goren On Television Sports 12 Womens 9 Your Horoscope Dear Abby Second IS77 Bolivar Leg Set For Sale The second phase of a 2nart 7mile long section of Interstate 77 to Bolivar will cost an esti mated Division 11 Deputy Director Earl Nel son said Scheduled for contractors bids in the entire project will cost an estimated including engineering and right According to Nelson the sec ond IS 77 section of miles will be from miles south of Laurens bypassing ending at the Tuscara was River just northeast of the Included will be an inter change with Route 212 east of The 4lane interstate highway will generally parallel the old canal tow path at Bol ivar and will necessitate chang ing about a half mite of the Tus curawas River Contract letting is tentatively set for April 2 weeks after eg is to be Nelson said that construction plans are complete for the ptase Interstate project and tbat Division 11 agenti presently negotiat m for in The first wifl be a 34 AAA A A from the present Strasburg in generally Newcomerstown Board Carl president of the Newcomerstown said that one meeting was then scheduled in August with the Ridgewood Board to broach a consolidation move between those 2 It was decided at that that nothing further would be done until after the According to both Krebs and Ridgewood Walter no meetings have been sched uled to resume the merger dis Krebs pointed out that the combined Newcomerstown and Ridgewood districts would pro vide a substantial million valuation base for to which would be more See Page 2 Midvale Girl Acquitted In Jury Trial A hectic 3 days ended for Marcia of Midvale at Wednesday when a Common Pleas Court Jury ac quitted her of seconddegree The young defendant sighed and buried her face in one hand when the verdict was The 7woman and 5man jury had deliberated exactly 4 darkhaired de d withstood 2 days hearing extremely break ing down only once and that while testifying under cross ex amination by Prosecutor Harlan Deputy Are Picked Up Miss represented by Danny Johnson of New had been indicted by the September Grand Jury following the July 19 traffic death of Kenneth Regina an expectant moth er of North The crash occurred on Routes south of New The Jury resumed delibera tions at yesterday fol lowing a break for lunch and to hear Judge Raymond Rice read 3 sections of the Ohio Revised Code that they had requested shortly before after de liberating for an The sections involved Traffic reckless opera tion and yielding onehalf of the during his final ar See Page 2 COUNTY UNITS GET Library Allocations Are Made Seven county libraries have been allocated a total of 000 in 1965 classified tax money out of estimated as the overall The County Budget Commis sion today made the giving to the 3 municipalities and the county the balance of from the estimated clas sified tax revenue for the com ing The commission also distrib uted to each of the 7 li braries as an equal division of the tot J residue from the 1964 classified tax The allocated is 655 less than the total request ed by the 7 libraries for 3 Merchants Deny Charges Three Dover merchants yes terday and this through their entered not guilty pleas in Northern District Court to charges of il legal Sunday sales under Ohios Blue Law Fannie owner of Marlowe Drug in downtown entered her plea yester day afternoon through Richard Also pleading not guilty this morning were CUir llcCord and Richard proprietors of Gray Drug and The Hobby te Miracle Lane McCord is repre sented by Cleveland attorney and Button by Paid Following is the breakdown tor the individual libraries with he 1965 request in parentheses County New Philadelphia Dover Uhrichsville Newcomerstown 000 Dennison Sugarcreek Shanes ville and Gna denhutten In besides the resi due given the libraries were allocated the following amounts county Dover Uhrichsville Newcomerstown Denni son Sugarcreek and Gnadenhutten The allocation for the 3 major municipalities and the county was the same as in 1964 Do ver New Philadelphia Uhrichsville and the county The Budget Commission ex plained this morning that no residue money was granted to municipalities or the county be cause distribution is limited cording to a percentage of the tax actually collected within the All i mm arraigned day and each posted Judge Rdtert morniBg tearing dates bave not teea set individual As a result of the 1964 col the allocated to municipalities for 1964 actually had to be cut back to whereas the libraries were giv en the shares allocated to plus the 3 Pass Phila Police Tests Three recently appointed New Philadelphia patrolmen were certified last night by the City Civil Service Commission fol lowing Darren head of the said this morning the trio will serve one a probationary The new officers are David ymbMigfc and Virgil wto mm Oct and Jofaa wto was No one ete took tte examl By MIKE SMITH AP FBI arrested 18 Missis including Nesho ba Countys sheriff arid his dep today in connection with the midsummer si a y i n g s of three civil rights workers Federal agents in trench coats took Sheriff Lawrence and Deputy Sheriff Cecil into custody at their office a few minutes he re 9 Rainey and dressed in their khaki surrendered quietly and re moved their Other FBI agents fanned over this east central Misssissippi town picking up other Still others were arrested at nearby In FBI Director Edgar Hoover said 21 men altogether have been named in criminal charges in connection with the deaths last June of An drew Goodman and Michael It Could Have Been Worse Area residents can be thank ful that yesterdays inch of rain was not snow or countians would have been digging out from under a according to New Philadelphia However the snow never ma terialized because of the above freezing which ranged from a high of 39 to a low of The thermometer read 37 this morning at It is expected to get a little cooler tonight with a low of 33 occasionally mixed with is expected to two white New Yorkers and James a Negro from Hoover said 19 were charged with conspiring to interfere with federal rights and the other two with being accessories after the fact of a The FBI complaint said it was part of the conspiracy for Deputy Sheriff acting under the color of his to arrest the three without le gal the it was Price would release them from custody and he and other conspirators would cept the three shortly after they departed from Philadel by automobile and would shoot and kill Conviction under this federal charge carries a maximum pen alty of 10 years in prison or a In some previous the Justice Department has with held prosecution on federal civ il rights charges when local au thorities have moved to prose cute on local this case Hoovers said FBI agents frequently encounj tered hostility and resentment on the part of some individuals contacted during the investiga See FBI Page 14 Judge Takes Markos Plea Under Study The request of George Mar of 2001 Wooster for complete discharge from probation was taken un der advisement today by Com mon Pleas Judge Lam Markos had been placed on probation for 5 years as part of his sentencing on June Following conviction in the bri bery case involving the late Mayor Clifford He had been indicted on 7 was declared not guilty on one sentenced to the Ohio Pententiary on 2 counts and put on probation on the other 4 His appeal was rejected After the months in Markos re ceived an absolute pardon from Michael His pro See Page DAY MIOHTINfi Light snow is Saturday with predicted for temperatures ranging in the high 20s and low Weathervane YESTERDAY High 39 Low 36 Elsewhere In High Low cloudy 44 33 snow 34 31 rain 35 34 Los clear cloudy New rain rain cloudy San clear cloudy 34 35 65 77 44 41 31 59 47 31 34 48 74 38 38 30 50 42 t TODAf 7 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 35 Low 33 Forecast light Review Set 16 For 4 The State Personnel Board of Review has set a hearing date of 16 on the appeal of 4 Tuscarawas County Road and Bridge Department who were laid off by neer Charles Young last Ermile Dennis of RD New president of Coun ty Employes Local 195 and one of the 4 laid was notified of the hearing by James Gould of chairman of the review The session will begin at 10 in Room 4 at the State Office Building in All 4 men were classified as equipment operators and had a combined total of 50 years ser vice with the They had been active in a 3year feud with Young over prevail ing Goulds letter stated You should be to gether with such witnesses you deem to present the facts in your If you wish this board to subpoena any wit please furnish with the names and addressesin suf ficient time to Carl Holt of direc tor of District Council S3 of the Central Ohio Public See Page 1 Rry Morrison Thieves Damage Vehicle Theft of a bowling ball and clothing ahd tools from an auto owned by Frank Polen of RD Mineral and parked on County Road is under in vestigation by sheriff Polen said the tail headlights and door win dows were Phila Council Member Dies Ray of 231 6th a New Philadelphia died last night In Akron City Hospital following a 7week Born in a son of Robert Marshall and Angle Tat tle he had resided in New Philadelphia 29 He had been a barber 43 years and owned and operated Rays Barber Shop in his He was a veteran of World War serving in the South and the Korean War when he served aboard a ship in the At He was a member of Emman uel Lutheran was a past president of Barbers Un ion and was a member of Elks Lodge VFW and Ea Surviving are his the Mishap Investigated Sheriff deputies investigated an accident at last night in the parking lot of Dover Molded Products where a car driven by Richard Rausch of RD backed into one owned by Doris of There was no former Arvana Kuemerie a Gene Joan Dessecker of RD Dover a Robert of Lancaster I See fage t MIUTAHV RiSERVE FORCES ON TAUE Defense Doctors Ready Knife 5HINGTON AP For Indications point to possible hard to why the ttond time in two heavy losses for the Army aid Army aid Air Force ihowU child who gets WASHINGTON AP For the second time in two defense officials appear to be preparing for major surgery on military reserve Just what form that surgery will take is not yet Stud ies have been under way to botb the Air Force and toe The service are awaited by Secretary of De fense Robert who will make the final deci Indications point to possible heavy losses for the Army aid Air Force perhaps vr tual elimination of the Reserve and its merger with toe Nafta a The aim of any new Ipnujig would be oj wasteful plication and tbe readiness of Reserve waicfc cost about n year to I the Reserve audit Katfcaal Guard sfrviaf IrtHl Mariat Rwwrve 4MH igpum yould fMH Marina division and ajr wing Officiate data it wauld   

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