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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                toff Reaffirms Not Interested In GOP ChairmanshipPage 72 ThtrVi o Nttwerk el Rtporttr Ntwimtn ond Serving THE REPORTER VOL 36 Ward Store Wont Open On Sunday Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew December MOMI fOfflON NOW READ IY FAMIUIS PHONE 42167 7 CEWTS The Montgomery Ward Store In Miracle Lane Plaza definite ly will not be open on That emphatic statement was Issued this morning by a Ward spokesman following a Daily Reporter story yesterday con cerning rumors that the store would operate on the 2 Sun days preceding This is not the spokes man When his attention was direct ed to the fact that Ward stores are operating on Sundays in some Ohio cities he replied I know but we will not be This is a local man agement and does not come from higher I am sure Purple George Purple manager of the Plaza store will have an additional statement when he returns from Purple was among mer chants filing charges against business places which have been open on A total of 4 hearings will take place Fri day in Northern and Central District A fifth hearing is scheduled Monday Sale of contrary to the Ohio Blue is charged by the This morning warrants were being prepared on second of fense charges against 3 of the merchants after filing of affi davits yesterday by Prosecutor Harlan They were against Miracle Lane Plaza proprietors Clair McCord of Gray Dug and Rob ert Button of The Hobby and Fannie owner of Marlowe Drug in downtown Spies charges the merchants See Page 31 Three Crashes Occur In Dover Three minor automboile mis haps were investigated by Do ver police Tuesday and no cita tions were At last night an auto mobile operated by James of 421 Crater traveling east in an alley between 4th and 5th and Tuscarawas and Wai nut started to make a right turn onto Cherry sliding in to the parked car of Harold of 415 Cherry A car operated by Wayne Price of Alliance failed to stop within the assured clear dis striking a car driven by Carol who had stop ped for a traffic signal at Wooster and Iron Jacob of RD according to misjudged his distance while traveling south on Wooster bumping the left rear cor ner of the parked vehicle of Lil lian of 229 1st New The mishap took place 20 feet south of the Wooster and 2nd St DAY BRIGHTENER One way to reduce your bills is to put them on BOOKS ALMOST AS TALL Elected by a vote margin in McGuire of is the smallest county recorder in the He is 44 inches Foes Challenged To Follow Soviet Military Cutting By HENRY BRADSHER MOSCOW AP Premier Alexel Kosygin announced today a cut of 500 million rubles million in the Soviet Unions military budget for 1965 and called on other major pow ers to follow Kosygin told the Supreme So the Soviet Unions rubber stamp that the So viet cut and an expected reduc tion of military spending in the United States constitute a defi nite positive step toward reduc ing international He said the Soviet Union at taches great importance to the further reduction of the military budgets of the big The new Soviet premier said the military budget next year will total billion or per cent of all government as against per cent in The military budget in 1964 totaled billion rubles and was 600 million rubles less than Western officials contend that much Soviet defense spend ing is disguised under nonmili tary items in the and some Western military analysts believe total military spending this year is well over twice the budgeted The official value of the Soviet ruble is Kosygin spoke at the opening of the first Supreme Soviet ses sion since the ouster of Nikita Khrushchev on Although still a member of See Page 31 SHOOTS Cuban La bor Minister Augusto Martinez Sanchez is reported by a com munique issued in Havana by Prime Minister Fidel near death after shooting him self in the head early The shooting followed notifica tion he was being ousted for serious administrative AP Wirephoto National Assault Urged On 3 Top Killer Diseases Railroads Seek To Prevent Tieup Weathervane YESTERDAY High 35 Low 28 Elsewhere In High Low clear 40 15 fog 33 22 31 13 71 48 70 63 33 33 28 40 23 61 55 31 T 45 clear Los clear cloudy New cloudy cloudy 33 28 cloudy San cloudy cloudy TTrcce TODAt 7 28 SNOW Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW High 45 Low 25 Forecast Cloudy and warm East Holmes Issue Fails M1LLERSBURG The 000 building bond issue for the East Holmes Local School Dis trict fell per cent short of the necessary 60 per cent need ed for passage in yesterdays special Votes cast in favor of the is sue totaled with 409 or per cent in In Mechanic none were in favor of the levy and 11 voted against Walnut Creek had 119 favorable votes and 83 Berlin voted 234 in favor and 121 Paint Township had 59 for and 183 and Saltcreek Town ship had 80 for and 31 At the close of school officials announced thai the issue again will be put up for vote at a later since the repairs to heating sewage sys tem and lighting are along with additional class rooms to several Couple Gets Citizenship WINESBURG A dream came true for 2 Polish natives Tuesday afternoon when they were granted United States cit izenship at a hearing in Com mon Pleas Court at Walter and Catharina who operate a meat and gro cery store became citi zens after 7 years of They lived ft Canton before moving hart ta operate the grocery Two If born in and born in the United were pres ent for the hearing before Judge BadgerTto older boy will file for citiieashjp at a future data since to was bora in Esther clerk of gave tto oath of cit izenship and Arvid Boyas of iaer for tto bwnigratioa aad Naiuralisatioa punt ad ttotr were read by Luetta Baitey aad Jufpi rea Judgs tha oouate ai fcaa flat aad I Unions Set text Tuesday For Walkouts CHICAGO AP The na Ions railroads have filed a pe ition in District Court eekirig to prevent a scheduled trike 10 days before Christmas iy three shop The representing some 53000 called a walkout Tuesday for 6 15 after talks broke down in Washington over A strike would cripple 187 ailroads and terminal and switching companies which nan lie more than 90 per cent of the lations rail a union pokesman Judge Joseph Sam Perry cheduled a hearing today on lie railroad petition filed late The unions electrical work machinists and sheet metal workers reinstated a strike all originally set for ut postponed for further nego The railroad alleged in the petition that the strike deadline s an illegal attempt to compel the railroads to bargain directly with the three rather ban with the AFLCIO Railway Employes which See Page 31 ear Abby four Horoscope The World Goren On Bridge Obituaries Dems May Unlock Reapportionment BULLETIN Ohio administrations Senate ap proved million bond issue For higher education and capital inprovements cleared the House Elections and Federal Relations Committee today by a vote of Speedy floor ac tion in the House is expected on the proposal for a constitutional amendment for final determina tion by voters at the CAPE KENNEDY Space Agency tried to launch an unmanned Gemini twoman space capsule on a reentry and recovery test today but last sec ond t r o u b 1 e resulted in shut down after the Titan t booster rocket angUie was When the countdown reachac one flames hunt from the bast of the tfriooMaU rock they died and tto Titan 9 remained tHw by a cloud of reddish oraif id apparaatty ujsdau CINCINNATI AP Xavier about program aas heataad its high the On The Sparks May Fly In 8 IceCovered Bridges Up Accident 14 Dog Catchers Appreciate Different Title Page 15 TVs Joe Duebner On AP Second AllOhio Page 19 COBPA Schedules Invitational Event Page 20 Television 20 Womens Pages 17 Coroner Report Challenged In Traffic Death Alvarez By John Saffell Reporter Columbus Boreal COLUMBUS The inform d sources so often quoted in lews stories came up yesterday with a possible solution to the resent stalemate in the Ohio senate on a completelystalled reapportionment The informed sources in tiis instance reported that Democrats today may release heir party members from a sol d front against the reappor tionment Should that Republi cans believe they can pick up or more than enough or emergency passage of the This is something that abso utely must be something hat may effect Ohio for the next 50 said Ken neth Berry of rep resenting the 17181928th Sen atorial District and an active worker in the fight for the re apportionment Reapportionment is some hing we must not only for the people but for the Republi can If we dont do it while we have the majori it may be a long time before were in this position And though they started al most an hour late on that hey still didnt have the votes and the session adjourned un til this With the Democrats expected o vote solidly against the it means the GOP would need its full 20 votes to pass it as an At one point earlier in the Republicans reportedly acked 3 But by last Robin Turner of See Page 31 Berry dec It far tran scends our personal feelings and in my mind it is our 1 ob in this special Berry was Joiaed in this feel ng by Robert Stockdale of who represents the 24th 26th and Roy Gardner of Richland County in the 27th29th Yesterday afternoon the Sen ate recessed twice during which Republicans But the votes needed to pass the Houseapproved bill werent available so the Senate went in to an evening Hourly Wage Boosted Officials of the Warner Swasey plant at New Phila delphia and Local 1285 of the International of Machin ists recently concluded wage reopener negotiations which re sulted in a 7cent hourly in crease across the board for hourly In a joint statement released this terms of the agreement also call for a 1 cent per hour labor grade in crement which will provide a total direct increase of 8 cents an hour for all hour ly employes in labor Grades through 11 according to Loca president Walter Henry and plant personnel and labor rela tions Joseph EIco They stated that the effect of the increases on incentive earn vacation pay and holiday pay will result in approximate ly a one cent per hour addition al cost to the company for 3 total approximate cost of cents per hour per Defense Harry Schmuck this morning challenged a coro ners report that James Starcher died as a direct re sult of injuries received in an auto accident last County Coroner Philip on the declar ed that Starcher had died as a result of at embolism locating in the The embolism came from the fat being releas ed from the bone marrow of the mans fractured left of was njured when the car driven by lis Carl Starcher also of collided headon with a station wagon driven by Kenneth Blair of on Route 21 at an intersection south of Stone Schmuck is defending the younger Starcher on a charge f seconddegree manslaughter in Common Pleas Court in con nection with his uncles The Canton lawyer produced a County Board of Health office record signed by Acting Coro ner James which named a cardiac arrest as be ing the cause of Starchers death later in the evening af ter the Doughten this morning sail that his conclusion was basec See CORONER REPORT Page 2 WASHINGTON AP A presidential commission called today for an unprecedented na tional assault on the three greatest killers of Americans heart cancer and cere bral Among its major recom mendations is creation of a na tional network of 540 new treat ment and other The blueribbon group urged immediate implementation of its realistic battle say ing nearly billion in federal funds over five years would be needed as a A spokes man said considerable addition al funds and other aid from states and cities also would be The 23 usinessmen and others in heir report to President John that immediate results ould be Up to several undred thousand lives a year re now needlessly sacrificed ecause available knowledge is ot properly they The commission was appoint d last March by Johnson ictim of a heart attack in 1955 to recommend steps to re uce the incidence of the three iseases from which he said wothirds of all Americans now living would suffer or die unless omething is done about The commission also said it strongly endorses the conclu sions and recommendations o he Surgeon Generals Advisory Committee on Smoking and Health which termed cigarette smoking a hazard to The commission called for a 10million appropriation to the toblic Health Service over a threeyear period for a com Mailing Cards Several apparently engaged in addressing Christ mas called to inquire for zip codes for towns in Tuscara was In and with the mat rush in here they are Baltic Bolivar Den nison Dover Dun dee Gnadenhutten 44829 Midvale Mineral City Newcomerstown 44832 New Philadelphia Port Washington 43837 SandyvUle Shanesvul Somerdale Ston Creek Strasburg 44880 Sugarcreek Tuscarawa Uhrichsville Wain wright Zoar and Zoarvilto istrict Court Change Slated According to a rumor heard y The Daily Reporter todaj here will be a slight realign ment of the countys District Court Socrates Space of Do who was the winner over ncumbent Clarence Ferrell o Central Court in New Phila delphia at last Novembers elec will be assigned to the Uhrichsville That would mean that Atty Richard who now resides at will ake over the New Philadelphia Judge Charles Eckert will continue to preside in Northern District Court in rehensive national program of ducation and public informa on regarding the hazards of igarette smoking including creation o a national network f smoking control clinics to elp people who wish to give up fficials Grope For Solution In Levy Dilemma Voters In the Goshen Local School prior to the 3 were told that if the Southern District Local consolidation went through a 4 mill additional operating levy for Goshen Local would be is not the The Ohio Revised Code pro vides no conditional terms for such County School Supt Linton Konaker huddled for nearly an lour this morning with Auditor Donald Kinsey and Treasurer Victor Martinelli to search for We will have an answer by next Honaker told the Daily Reporter this saying who will leave for a Columbus convention later will discuss the matter with officials of the State Board of We dont know how it hap he adding that it was a technicality of the There is a possibility that ad justments will be made on the tax statements of Goshen Local District thereby an nulling the this is not definite and is only to be They Martinelli and Kinsey will have to look into it furth Honaker Ht said he does not plan to discuss it tonight at a informal meeting of the new Southern Lo cal School District board that was just appointed by the coun ty board Monday Kinsey said today be would rather not comment until he re turns from along with Honak agreed this morning that if the additional 4mills approved at the 3 election remains on the tax it still would not affect the tax rate of the other 3 districts involved in the Martinelli said it will be up to the Board of Tax Appeals to See Page 2 4 Autos Involved In Phila Crash Pedestrian Is Hurt A 4car accident was among 5 mishaps investigated by New Philadelphia police The chain reaction on High was triggered when a car driven by Galen of RD hit the rear of forcing it into 2 others which had stop ped for a red The other police were driven by Richard of Jeanne of 912 4th and Carole of 411 2nd New Two drivers and 2 passen gers complained of minor inju but were not Fru tig was cited for failure to stop within the assured clear dis tance and driving without a li Assemblys Legislation Hearing End col IIWERT MlltER Ohio Ohio Km aeared the wd of ft agenda today but tto wi to the special MHion still was keyed to reslatrktiaf aad kjflatjvt re gave swift Ml Tuatday 10 ting the state to guarantee to college House Sneaker Roger said a ftoor vote should meat age of 71 for Event come today on the tto provision was strict tioas ttw million bond issue tioas gw million bond issue proposal Tail would just about clear up ail the business we have pending at Cloud told the The judicial pay raise bill Pinart as aa amargaacy maas but not before a spirited debate over whether to accompany the boost with a mandatory retire Under the bill whkk now goes to the the salary of the chief justice of the Ohio Su preme Court would be boosted from to Assoc iate Supreme Judges un by t vote of would ncaift HUM caapared to at Appellate judges pay would be raised from to The states contribution to the of judges would be hiked from to a year with the re mainder of their pay to be de termined on the basis of popu pay for com Saa 14 A Helen of 253 High suffered a back injury at last night when she was struck by a car operated by Michael of 1055 Kelly NW on 2nd at High police The woman was treated at Union Hospital after taken there n a LinnHertGeib Ervin was cited for failure to yield the rightofway to a pe of 828 Tuscarawas was charged with improper backing Following a mishap at Tuesday on 8th NE when his auto struck one operated by Charles of Ml 8th A pickup truck drivta by John of Ml Lo gan NW struck tto rear of an auto operated by Albert of ID at on High There was BO Charles Bate of NW told MtUce afternoon somaoat van truck white it was at gas station OB   

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