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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Tornado Copers Even Record With 6663 Win Af Car roll tonPage 13 Dont Mill Tht Around Tho World Ntwi Copsults TH E DAI LY REPORTER VOL 24 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County December aijfciaa NOW MADIY PHONE 7 CENTS Storm Crippling In New York Map Changes Occupy High Assembly Spot By ROBERT MILLER Ohio AP Ohios mapminded busy the past month consider ing new congressional and state 23 YEARS AGO TODAY Navy Retiree Remembers Pearl Harbor legislative today on embarked what many hoped would be the final week of their special legislative leaders declined to predict a and although legislative reap portionment practically was re chances seemed slim for adjournment by Congressional redistricting loomed as the major obstacle and it appeared headed for a Joint conference The Senate approved its version 20 12 Friday but it showed prac tically no resemblance to the one approved earlier by the Conferees were expected to be named tonight or Tuesday to consider called for in a recent Supreme SEE Page 15 By Kay Wiltons Dally Reporter Staff Writer The riddle of exactly what happened on which has never been completely solved to the satisfaction of modern history will un doubtedly be a topic of much discussion on 23rd an niversary of the Day of In The Japanese surprise at tack on Pearl herald ing the United States entrance into World War was an event which now evokes dramatic memories to all who recall Even those who heard the news thousands of miles away find the circumstances of that Sun day afternoon announcement clearly etched in their For Rear Ernest Strength Phila Council To Be Hiked By GOP The death of New Philadel phia CouncilmanatLargc Ray Morrison last week can result in a firmer Republican grasp on City By Council members have a right to fill a vacancy if they act within 30 Other the mayor has the right to appoint a man to the vacan With the present lineup of 4 Republicans on com pared with 2 it is expected that a Republican will be elected to replace Who was a On Councilmanat Large Lloyd also a Re is slated to succeed Democrat William Hinig as Council Dinger was elected president protern last January and in that post he suc ceeds the vacated who was elected state representative on said today that he will submit his resignation at next Mondays Council to become ef fective With Dinger moving up to the presidency on Council can again fill the post vacated by If a Republican is voted in to replace Morrison this the same majority of 4 to 2 will give the Republicans the power to elect another GOP As a the Republicans will have a Republican Council president and 5 Council mem whereas in 1964 the Democrats held the Council See Page f It was early in the almost immediately following the first when he be came aware of the disaster and his memories are more vivid than He was who was then a lieutenant and Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard Design Superintendent the youngest man in the Navys history to hold the recalled the day while on a recent visit with Jack Ream III of 135 Poplar New his daughter and and It was oar first Sunday off In he looking far too young to be a retired and I was at the ten nis waiting for my part when the first attack For the first re action was that it was another of the many drills wed been having but I had seen the red ball on the planes and knew im mediately what was I must admit my first thought was that someone had because we were not but subsequent inves tigations of my own and others have satisfied me that this was not As an engineering Holtzworth was not di rectly involved in the defense against the he one does respond ac cording to what heeds to be and I naturally went to my office at the In his loosely defined as the repair and maintenance of Holtzworth was most involved that day and in the weeks and months to with the ex tent of damage to the Destruction to the Pacific Fleet was not as extensive as is sometimes The car riers were not at Pearl Harbor that the admiral ex which lessened the See PEARL Page PEACE PROPOSAL PREPARED California Student Freedom Planned Phila Bike Auto Vandalism Checked At Phila Theft of parts from an Eng lish bicycle was reported to New Philadelphia police Sunday afternoon by Terry Saffel of 242 4th He said the gear shift and brake lines were Fred Bonecutter of 311 20th told New Philadel phia police Saturday night that the ignition wires had been dis connected from his auto while It was parked in the 100 block of 2nd He said the igni gas linkage also was dam and Ernest Holtiwerth stopped re cently in Philadelphia en to While Holtzworth racallod his first hand impressions of the attach on Pearl AP Morning classes were recessed at the University of California today so students and faculty could hear a plan of department chairmen for a new era of freedom under law on the in turmoil over student politicalaction Ahead of that was scheduled the mass arraignment of 814 demonstrators arrested in the breakup of a sitin at the univer sitys administration building early last Of 590 are 89 are teaching assistants and others connected with the university and 135 have no connection with the universi ty Regardless of these student leaders of the move for increased freedom to recruit volunteers and solicit funds any where on campus for offcam pus politicosocial causes an nounced they would set up pick et lines today in an attempt to force a shutdown of the univer The peace proposal was worked out in four days of con ferences by the universitys Council of Department Chair consisting of 73 chairmen and 12 It has the councils unanimous approval and the concurrence of University President Clark the council said in a press statement which gave no hint of its All parties to this agree the council are See Page 11 DEFENSE FUND ORGANIZED Evidence Due Thursday In CR Arrests slain al The case of the three civil rights workers is heading toward its next climax Thurs day when the government un veils evidence at a preliminary Mississippi authorities await a look at the FBI They must decide if they will press murder state offense some of the 21 men arrested last The first thing Im going to said Johnson is review the evi dence very and then make the decision on whether the state will take ac Johnson said the FBI has giv en assurances it will turn over its evidence to the The FBI has charged 19 men with violating the civil rights of the slain Two other men were charged with being These are all feder The preliminary hearing could be a It is scheduled in nearby Meridian before Commissioner Esther Justice Department attorneys will try to put on enough testi mony to convince the commis sioner they have a strong enough case to warrant holding the 21 men for grand jury ac Oa the other it is ex pected that the government will be trying to hold back the bulk of its case so as not to tip its While the government readies See Page 11 Its Not A Testing Track The StrasburgNew Philadel phia stretch of Interstate 77 ap parently is by some young as the perfect place to test the speed of their But its a dangerous as 2 youths learned early this Traveling at a high rate of they passed an other lost control as their own vehicle started to skid side ways and went flying off toe highway and down a The car finally mired axle deep in mud several hundred feet from the After learn ing there were no sev eral other motorists drove leaving the 2 youths to solve their problem of madness and Freezing Rain Kayoes Home Power By HERB STRENTZ AP Cold and hardship continued today for thousands of families in an icecrippled eastern por tion of New Power crews sought to restore heat and light for nearly The sun glistened this morn ing on a winter wonderland created by iceladen trees and power Temperatures ranged down to 10 below zero in the wake of one of the states worst The bitter cold added the threat of frozen water pipes for stricken most oi whom were in an area bounded generally by Albany on the Glens Falls on the north and AmsterdamGIoversville on the Three deaths were attributed to the weekend onslaught ol sleet and freezing Many schools closed Friday remained closed Others served as emergency centers for those driven from their fire houses and other public places also were opened for emergency and cooking facilities were pro The Weather Bureau said to night and Tuesday would be a bit amid scattered Nelson Rockefeller touring evacuation centers In the Schenectady area Sunday See Page II 2 New Sunday Charges Filed Gray Drug and The Hobby hop in Miracle Lane Plaza to ay were deadlocked for the umber of alleged Sunday Blue Law Three charges are now pend ng against the proprietors of lie 2 Clair McCord and tobert with this ngs filing of charges against xth by Frederick Cooper of 34 3rd New Philadel Cooper manages the shoe de wrtments in Daniels Dress hop at New Philadelphia and Schwartzs Apparel in He made the charges after purchasing items allegedly con sidered nonessential for Sun day sate under the Blue It brings to a total 10 the number of charges filed for un awful Sunday sates since In second place with 2 charges pending against it is Marlowe Drug Store in down Strasburg Tax Nillage Is Cut The County Budget Commis sion today reduced the tax rate for Strasburg village by 9 tenths of a mill in eliminating the levy for cemetery Several Strasburg officials met with the Budget Commis sion Saturday morning on their request to have the cemetery levy removed for They were to inform the Budget Com mission this morning of their fi nal request after consulting with Strasburg In announcing the reduced tax Auditor Donald Kin sey said no word had been re ceived from the Strasburg offi but the Budget Commis sion decided to eliminate the levy In Strasburg Village ap proved separately one mill for cemetery even though the Grandview Cemetery See Page 2 is A Statement Due A joint managementunion statement on Warner Swasey negotiations is expected to be issued The present contract expires A meeting of the union member ship was held Christmas Stamp Commercialization Criticized RICHARD POWERS WASHINGTON AP Melvin Laird today criticized the 1964 Yuletide postal stamp and urged issuance of Christ mas stamps with a religious theme such as a Nativity scene not the commercialized symbol of a Christmas tree or Santa In a letter to Postmaster Genera John the Republican naay controversial issues have arista in recent years over the principle of and separation of Then to ma which m controversy because it in no way concerns the separation of church and Laird That issue is the annual is suance of Christmas stamps by the Post Office Again this year the Post Of fice has issued a highly com merciaiued stamp which pur ports to convey the spirit1 of Chfistswi hut which in no way the true meaning of He has urged tor Laird aad ui the past has intro duced on the to T to Mattvtyr scene m tts annual Christinas The Post Office Departments special stamp Laird turned down the Nativity scene for a Christmas stamp on the basis that it would com memorate a religious This argument has no rele vance to this be Christmas is celebrated each year to honor the birthday of Jesus Even those who do not acknowledge Him as the Son of Go4 recognize that He was a great figure in A Christmas stamp com His birthday should in some way convey that symbol of a Christmas tree or Santa Christ is the spiritual leader of millions of Americans and of millions the world Laird Christmas mailers will have a choice of four seasonal red and green 5cent The Post Office Department says the design is the first time in its history that such a fourin issue has been A buyer of a sheet of 100 Christmas stamps will get 25 2 Cited In Crash At Strasburg STRASBURG Both drivers were cited following an acci dent at 3 Saturday on N Wooster near the Sunoco Gas Policeman Carl Snyder said a car driven by 53 of RD Uhrichsville collided with one operated by Wesley of RD Bolivar forcing it into a Utility Metcalf posted a bond for failing to blow his horn while and McCory for fictitious registration Metcalfs wa treated at Union Hospital foi possible head and back injuries Uhville Man Is Charged In Bar Incident DENNISONRobert An of RD Uhrichs was jailed Sunday at on charges of destructio of property filed by Josep proprietor of the Top Ha Nite after Anderson ap patently broke the glass in th door leading to the Witnesses told police that the man had kicked the An derson posted bond of af ter conferring with his attorney and was Yesterday at po lice received a radio call to the Pontiac Garage on Center where a window was re ported Investigation showed that a telephone receiv er was on the floor near the Estimated damage was set at town while Turrtn Dis count and H ft A both of New are named on single Four of the one each against Fannie owner of Mar lowe and Samuel operator of It been set for preliminary beartagi Friday in Northern and Central District A fifth hearing for Joseph Turrin of Turrin win take place next Monday in Cen tral In a meeting morning in Helmkamps members of the Dover terial unanimously adopt ed the following resolution The Dover Ministerial urges the proper authorities to interpret the intent of the pres ent laws concerning today business practices and once h See Page 2 CARAWAYBALTIC 200 Hear Details On School Merger By Bert Silvias Dally Reporter Correspondent SUGARCREEK It is good to see so many interested peo Im sure you have a con cern about the proposed consoli dation upon which our school board recently acted so quick With this Harold IVidder of president of the Caraway Board of opened a public information meeting Sunday in the high school Introducing board Francis Earl Sundheim Rudy Zehnder and Charles and Zim Widder then proceed ed to outline the plan and pur pose of the meeting to the ap proximately 200 County Linton called on to explain the need for the remarked that this was his 80th meeting on consolidation since In the state of the quality of education has largely been determined by where a youngster was he County lines were laid out some ISO years Some districts were wealthier than to such factors as pipelines and Several years ago a series of committees representing ev ery walk of by the met to work on a minimum standard educational Our former standards were no longer considered ade quate for presentday In the next 5 the material will be and the recommendations into effect next On or after April 12 no school district having less tbaa minimum of SOD Grades I to if may The curriculum must offer a minimum of 85 units of study each Battle now Caraway a charter may bt granted for a Ugh school dto rict prior to April provided an effort is made to meet the required standards within the next 5 to 8 ExptataUag the need for up See MERGER T II Weathervane SATURDAY High 33 Low 25 YI3TUDAT High 27 Low 10 Elsewhere b High Lew findings and will be put cloudy 27 21 17 12 47 n t 22 M 24 cloudy 22 cloudy 28 Los clear 71 cloudy 75 New clear M snow 2t cloudy 24 San rain 58 clear 44 TODAY SNOW Last 48 hours inch TOMORROW Sunset High 32 Low II Forecast T M it Theyre DogGone Nice ON THE INSlDt Dear Abby Your Horoscope By RALEIGH ALLSBROOK NEW YORK AP Dont tell but to keep up with the real top dogs this Christ he must have flannel paja heated sleeping pad and a selfservice biscuit Thats the word from those in the know on the pooch fashion For the dog of real these other items are being shown in the doggy departments of stores A striped Arabian com plete with where the dog tiredofitall caa rest in A nylon ski jacket and for the outdoor dog who likes to et cocktail in lavender and other trimmed with roses and senuVpreetous The pnhernwHtf gealleman dog hasnt been He Is offered n velvet with bow the evening don want to bring out the true high lights of their Cotor poo is useful here at a For the dogs who aavt Santa Claus on Christmas tike their n 8anU See NP M Goren On Bridge 23 near the whistle of the wind in Obituaries 2 his a nifty Television 12 Snorts latH 1 Ear wit attached tin topped for the indoor dog who still must go stamps of each subjecta sprig I1 outdoors For the tody dog who ruus with the sill mitty wi of pine cooes DrCm and Alv DAY IMOHffNMI A playboy is   

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