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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 11, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                McNamcrro ApprovingStreamlining Of Reserve Units Page 5 Tiw Your Action Ntwipoptr VOL 22 RTER Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew December HOMIIOmON NOW MAD IY F AM 42167 7 CENTS Vietnamese Claim Plans To Increase War Aid Communique Indicates No Limit Placed By MALCOLM BROWNE Viet Nam AP South Viet Nam announced to day the United States has agreed to an acrosstheboard Increase in aid in the war against the Communist Viet Cong and hinted that the war will soon be expanded outside this The government has of fered additional military and economic assistance to improve the execution of the govern ments programs and to re strain the mounting infiltration of men and equipment by the Hanoi regime in support of the Viet a communique This development was dis closed as the Buddhist hierar chy called on the United States in a letter to Ambassador Max well Taylor for support in a campaign to oust Premier Tran Van Huongs civilian ad Top Buddhist lead ers met in a council of A spokesman said the governments communique had been prepared after consulta tions with the mission but that the mission would have no The communique said the air defenses of South Viet Nam will be implying that more fighters and other equipment were on the The communique did not spell out what forms the new Ameri can aid will A official said some pro visions will be kept secret for security reasons and other as pects have not been fully worked Consultations be tween the American mission and See Page 2 FEDERAL JURY EXPECTED TO GET EVIDENCE 20th Man Freed On CR Death the request of the Justice Depart a woman commis sioner today freed a 20th man arrested last week in connection with the slaying of three civil rights workers in Commissioner Vert a Lee Sweatman dismissed the charge against James Edward during a preliminary hear ing here that took only two min Nineteen other white men ar rested in the sensational case were freed at Meridian Thurs day when another woman com Esther re fused to hear a purported con fession on grounds it constitut ed hearsay Government lawyers were stunned at what one called an unprecedented They re fused to offer any other evi dence at the Meridian hearing and announced they would ask that a federal grand jury be convened quickly to consider the The FBI had arrested 21 white men 4 in connection with the slayings last summer near of the civil rights white New Yorkers and a Mississippi Ne The 21st Horace Bar was arrested near and was not affected by the preliminary hearings in He was reported today to be conferring with his attorney in Commissioner James Barton to ShreVeport said he has not received any communi cation from the Justice Depart ment or from Barnettes coun Barton has not set a date for a of is free under bond on a conspiracy also arrested on a conspiracy is a con struction worker at the Nation Charge al Aeronautics and Space ministration testing faciiitj Hancock He Ad in is a member of the Ku Klux Jordan did not appear a Biloxi hearing at which freedom was represented by his attorn Both Jordan and Ba formerly lived in the Mi It will be up to Judge Harold Cox at Jacl convene the grand Justice Department said the request would be made to Cox as soon as pos When Miss Carter ruled against the testimony of an FBI Owen declined to put up additional Then the grayhaired commis sioner said she had no alterna tive but to grant a defense See CIVIL Page t Jet Crash Kills Bolivar Native Air Force Wayne a native of died early yesterday from injuries suffered when his jet plane crashed The father of 2 youngsters was stationed at Spangdahlen Air Base in His Myrtle operates Kromi Greenhouse in Bolivar following the death of her a 1953 graduate of Bolivar was commis sioned a second lieutenant in the Air Force following his graduation from Ohio State Uni versity in He also earned an engineering Surviving and a and a 6 A sister also preceded him in Memorial services will be held in Germany on The family will then accompany Kromis body to Philadel phia for Burial will be in a San Antonio Myrtle Kromi will be un able to attend the services be cause of a series of heart at AtlasCentaur Space Rocket Posts Success Blue Law Case Hearing Opens By Pete Grab Daily Reporter Staff Writer The battle of the Ohio Blue Laws in Dover am New Philadelphia finally fount way into the court today as Samuel Hassin of New Philadel phia went on trial in Central District Court for permitting the sale of 79 cents worth of their Ihrist Library Board Scans Balance The Dover Public Library in a 2hour session yes discussed the impact of the balance of a fund and circulation count on oper ating funds allocated by the County Budget Purchase of an adjoining property on Walnut for fu ture expansion also was re with a decision de ferred pending a legal clarifi cation by the Ohio Attorney The balance in the mas cards in his drug stare on Three other Blue Law cases are slated to begin this after noon in Northern District In a move at noon As sistant Prosecutor James Thom as had a subpoena issued to the court the 1963 and 1 designated for capital im provements and for contingen cy was examined in light of the recent statement made by Treasurer Vic Marti nelli that the Budget Commis sion weighed the nest egg in its allocation of operating mon ey for the Dover According to an plan drafted by the board to reduce the at the re quest of the was to be maintained as an emergency The was accumulated over the last 30 years through sale of frugality and saving of operating which Martinelli could have been used by other li Martinelli told 3 members of the library board at a commis sion hearing that Dovers annu al operating funds were cut by the amount the commission de By HOWARD BENEDICT AP Aerospace Writer CAPE AP AtlasCentaur space rock et registered a much needed test flight success hurl ing its twoton Centaur second stage and metal model of a moonship into a precise orbit around the The a circular path 103 miles is the course the Centaur stage must achieve on future unmanned moon and planetary The success was the second in four test flights for the At It heralded a pos sible end to problems which have harassed the rocket and have put it about three years behind Continued suc cess might enable it to plant a Project Surveyor spacecraft on the moon late next Packed in the Centaurs nose today was a chunk of metal with the same weight and center of mass as the Sur It was rigged with in See Page 2 CHEESE The office basement of Marsh Wall Products became a bustling cheese factory this morning as 15 employes pitched in for the 3day chore of preparing packages of cheese as Christmas The operation com prises slicing the vaccum weighing for mailing marking the A 25year old 35 special winedcured wheels of cheese were purchased from Yaggis Cheese south of New Philadelphia more than friends and employes will receive the box of cheese in the United States and Shown sampling the cheese from Vic executive vice president and general are and Rafael representatives of Marsh Wall in San Puerto who visited the plant this Preparing the cheese are Pearl Barcus left and Floyd both of 5 More Teenage Drivers Shelved See Page 2 Uhville Council Okays Pay Raises Weathervane YESTERDAY High 42 Low 36 Elsewhere In High Low clear 42 19 38 rain 41 38 By Virginia AddisM Beperter Staff CerrespwdMt UHRICHSVILLE City em ployes will find their pay checks a little larger starting 1 following action by members of Council last night with Ordi nance passed as an emer gency granting pay in creases for all The police and fire chief will now receive an increase of an in crease of class A patrol men and and pro both an increase of Toe patrolman servicing DAY iilGMTINII fetfmate oiea are the against 4oU larking meters will receive an additional and the merchant policeman will get The City also will pay half of the hospital insurance for po ice and firemen and will be allowed for a clothing allow an increase of The Mrwal work week for po lice will be 40 hours but the safety director may require up to 48 hours per week with no additional compensation or time Los cloudy 70 51 cloudy 75 72 New cloudy 37 35 rain 43 37 cloudy 45 43 San rain 58 56 cloudy 42 30 TODAY 7 41 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 46 Low 42 Forecast light Five teenagers appeared in Juvenile Court today for traffic Juvenile Judge Ralph Finley put one youth on probation until he reached 18 denied another boy the right to apply for license until he reached 18 and took away the licenses from the other Kenneth of 127 Iron admitted driving on Route 8 without a li cense or permit on He told the judge he had been doing it on and off for about a noting the boy had been in consistent trouble and was a dropout because of low grades in put him on probation and warned him not to apply for a license until that Durward of Indian Hill on the stand for a repeat charge of driving without a proper U cense within a 3day al so was denied the right to apply for a license until his 18tl He was arrested on 27 on County Road 64 nea Midvale after state patrolmen noted his cars steering mech anism was The other 3 youths whose li censes were plead ed guilty as Raymond f RD New peeding on Interstate 77 on 23 3 months suspen ion Larry of 1227 Lakeview New Philadel speeding on New on months and Ricky of RD New failure to stop within the assured clear distance on 22 on 3rd New 2 months All were required to pay court Trucker Forfeits Bond for Overweight Load One of the largest fines ever forfeited on an overweight charge was recorded in Central District Court this John Koch of Wheeling post ed after his truck was found to be pounds over weight by state who used the New Philadelphia City scales at the whose truck was im also forfeited a bond for not having a red light on an extended County Court Candidates List Expenses Dover Socrates who won election as judge in the county courts defeating in cumbent Judge Clarence spent only as com pared with his opponents In his statement of receipts and expenditures filed in the County Board of Elections of Space reported in re His expenses included contributions of to the Young Democrat Club and to the executive committee of the County Democratic The balance of his costs were for political Ferrell reported no receipts and listed all his expenses as being for political advertising per sonal property tax returns o The move is intended to prove that Hassin is the owner of the H A Cut Rate Drug The slated to begin at 10 this was delayed for 45 minutes while def snse at Daniel Lehigi and James filed 2 notions and a demurrer for dsmissal of the case on various Judge Clarence Ferrell over ruled all 3 The demur rer stated the Blue Law Sec as County judge declared the law unconstitutionaL The state witness Michael manager of fishers Dry Goods Store in Miracle Lane who filed the original complaint against Hassin in the Prosecutors Of At the same he also charged Joseph Turrin of Tur rin Discount of New Phila delphia with the same A hearing for Turrin has been set for 10 Monday before Judge a resident of 122 Buckeye Dover said he bought the package of See BLUE Page 2 tion of the Ohio Revised Code is both unconstitutional under the United States and the Ohio In one of the Lehigh contended there was not a spe cific offense set forth in the af fidavit while the second motion pertained to the filing of a com plaint within 10 days of the al leged In his Lehigh stat ed that on 2 a Lu and for payment to 3 persons circulating his nomination peti Dinner County A deficit in sury of the County D mocratic Central Committee ha squeeze on elected D mocratic They have received letters asking that they pur ticket for Tuesd Irons dinner for e of their Firemen will have 56 hours or normal duly but may required to work 72 hours also with no Tfce street time or com will receive a his as sistant MM and regular work Starting salary will for laborers with extra hfjffilf MM 00 80 ftp i Conclusive Evidence Registrar Rules On Auto Plates Ohio AP Those special white and blue presidential inaugural auto mobile license plates for autos are beginning to show up on the but Ohio vehicles must display regular plates iu the normal position at all That was to word today from Lou registrar of motor in response to many queries about the In workers within the officials department are expected to purchase This request above the appeal ma ter to members of cratic Central Committee in which they were astasd to pur chase 2 tickets to this Several officials this morning who wish to remain said they were completely in Dover Parks Clarence who through the years has been a principal benefactor of youths using the baseball diamonds and skating off the deep end for them Stucky and Service Director Ream met Thursday morning for a brief strategy huddle concerning the advent of warmer weather and the cue inch of snow on the City Park ice skating ponds 2 inches of a combination which could lead to a rough surface once U was thick enough to bear they came to the conclusion that it might be best at this time to remove the Taking a machine in Stucky made 3 to 4 over the pood before taking the plunge through the snowblowing and up to his Coming Saturday Saturdays Daily which always provides plenty of meat for weekend read will include the following with the latest in news on the state na international and sports fronts Columnist Marguerite now in writes the first of 2 articles on shortcom ings in the Vietnamese Culinary Corner John Mitchell of Wonderful LifeHarold Pog ie Morris of Staff Writer Kay author of the Culinary also provides an interesting Christmas Eve preview in her Oh Kay Editor Chuck Koel bte revives bis Tuscarama writ ings with a mixture of items Around Toe World local and otherwise gleaned one iver and ie by let te Demo the dark as to bow deficit The they had heard pre committee funds wen 000 in the To Buy City the Dried both Stucky from mailings which daily flow ihe machine were the for across bis f Churches Goreo On Bridge Obituaries Annexation Hearing Set County Commissioners today set 10 on 15 for the public hearing on the annexa tion of 20 properties located in Goshen Township in the Schoen brunn area southwest of New Philadelphia to the The petition for the proposed announced earlier in the week by Mayor Joe was signed by 19 of the 30 owners of properties within the area located on the west side of High or Route If the commissioners approve the the petition must again be submitted to New Philadelphia Council and another public hearing con Set To Solve Dem Deficit the trea put the tiase one ys pa ch the admitted lously the some Thus the Central Com mittee has not filed any state ment of receipts and expendi ures with the County Board of Elections as is required by 18 is the cutoff date for the U Ike statements filed by a number of elected Democratic not one lists any tributions made to him by the Central Committee for his Several do list con tributions ranging up to which were made to the com The dinner will be held in New Philadelphia Elks auditori um at Wayne Hays of 18th Congres sional District is slated as the guest Tuscarawas County has been placed in the 18th District in one of the redistricting pro posals being considered by the Ohio On The Inside Interests S Future Observe Situations Unites Named Alvarez Crane Ls Most II Hospital i Television 4 U Pages 18 Your 2 Dear Horoscope Auby   

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