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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Thtrtio Ntfwork of Ntwimtn and Corrtipondtnti Strvlng THE VOL 40 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DorerNew December RTER HOMilDmON NOW READ IY FAMILIES PHONE 42167 7 CENTS County Official Pay Hike Costs Exceed If elected officials in the Courthouse were putting a tittle extra enthusiasm in their Merry Christmas greeting today its because the taxpayers are going to put a little extra in their pay Increases were approved by the Ohio Senate yesterday and the Bieasure now goes to James Rhodes for his It means a hike totaling 100 for the countys elected of A boost for coun ty engineers in all categories throughout the The county salaries take ef fect with the start of new A bill to increase salaries of Judges is Tuscarawas Included In 18th District John The Daily Re porters Columbus Bureau news reported late this morn Ing that Tuscarawas County would be transferred to the 18th Congressional District with pas sage of a redistricting bill in the Ohio He stated that a House and Senate committee named to work out an agreement on vari ous proposals had agreed to put Tuscarawas County in the 18th District following this mornings The 3 proposals being consid ered have been narrowed down as to what district Guernsey County finally will be Two plans leave Guernsey in the 18th and one leaves it Dispute over reshaping the 17th and 13th Districts has held up a redistricting bill for more than a Saffell said that a public hear r Yesterdays bill also Increas es the pay for members of the House and Senate by per from to Salary of the president pro tern of the Ohio Senate and speaker of the House was in creased from to Those of 2 minority leaders and the speaker protern were rais ed from to Other county the pres ent salary and what officials will be getting under the in in follow Commissioners Auditor Prosecutor Clerk of Courts Sheriff and Recorder Treasurer and Coroner The increases are based on VvWWrangfe Is Resumed Attorneys for both sides hud dled in the chambers of Pro bate Judge Ralph Finley try ing to work out problems con cerning the will of the Russian born Adam who died in Newcomerstown on May Vernon Lee of New as administrator of the Skuratovich had asked the court to determine the rightful heirs of the de GRADALL Ten Warner Swasey manufactured Gradalls left the New Philadelphia plant this morning for Pennsylvania to be used by the Department of Total cost of all the equipment is The Curtis Keal Trans port of Hudson provided the drivers for the Shown with the convoy are works manager of the New Philadelphia and Harold henry Ray Danser and Hugh The Gradalls are equipped with various attachments which can be changed quickly to suit the type of highway a plant spokes man Legal Questions Need Answering In Job Dispute By Join SaffeH Reporter Cohnnbot Boreal serious legal questions must be resolved before a Personnel Board of Review panel can hope to return a verdict in a complicated case involving the Tuscarawas County Road Bridge That was the word of John Cook of a member of a panel which yesterday spent 5 hours hearing evidence in which 4 members of the department are protesting their or dered last 14 by County Engineer Charles One of the legal Cook is a resolution adopted by Tuscarawas County Commissioners involving force account In his testimony before the Young testified that it PHILA DRUG STORE OPERATOR FOUND GUILTY Sentencing Delayed In Sunday Sale Conviction Selling Christmas cards on Sunday is according to Central District Court Judge Clarence Judge Ferrell yesterday after noon ruled Sam opera tor of H A Drug Store in New was guilty of violating the states Sunday Blue The jurist delayed saying he was acting on the ad vice of Prosecutor Harlan Asked this morning when he I we were surprised at the with the court after 11 on than 48 hours after submission would sentence he re plied When the prosecutor can come There is no doubt that an appeal will be Defense James Patrick and Daniel said we expect to pursue our prop er appellate remedy in this They continued in view of our previous argu Probe Launched In Mans Death ing will be held when mittee reconvenes this after Other counties in the new 18th presently represented by Wayne Hays D of would be Jefferson and Carroll County will be shifted At his it was discovered that he had bank holdings of more than which up to that time had been Two cousins of New Jersey were first designated as cous ins and notification to the Russian Embassy resulted in DUNDEE An air of mys tery surrounding the death ear ly this morning of Floyd Hopp of RD here still District replacing joining to the 16th Tuscarawas Stark and Wayne DAY BRIGHTENER Mothers are can get up in the morning be fore they smell the bacon fry the appearance of living in 5 persons allegedly closer relatives to Sherlock Evans of Massillon and Leslie Early of New Philadelphia are repre senting the Russian New Philadelphia Joseph Streb is legal counsel to the 2 New Jersey Present again this morning to help with the interpretation and translation of Russian doc uments was Michael professor of Russian his tory and director of the Insti tute For Soviet and East Euro pean Studies University in at John Carroll Ministers In NATO To Study Problem By DAVID MASON PARIS AP Ministers of the North Atlantic Treaty Or ganization failed today to settle their differences on the sharing of nuclear responsibility but agreed to keep on studying this complex The United States and French governments remained divided on this But those same two governments took care to keep in close contact with each The NATO ministers issued a communique at the close of their winter meeting which made this reference to the mixed manned surface fleet concept Ministers examined the problems confronting the alii ance in the field of convention al and nuclear A thor ough exchange of views on these problems took place and will be That left the whole American concept for bringing the Allies into a closer nuclear partner ship subject to further talks and more The NATO ministers agreed to continue seeking ways to ease East West tensions and bring to realization the legiti mate aspirations of the German eople for The reference to the nuclear roblem was made in general arms because the ministers realized they could not obtain ny concrete commitments for i mixedmanned Polarisarmed urface fleet or any variation of hat The communique also said the ministers stressed the im ortance of avoiding dissemina ion of nuclear The Americans regard the leet idea as one way to achieve his The French believe he fleet will have exactly the opposite As the winter ministerial meeting drew to a Secretary of State Dean Rusk repared to fly back to Wash ngton to report to President American sources said Rusk was quite satisfied with his two ong private talks with French President Charles de Gaulle and hoped that the American See NATO Page 2 ON THE INSIDt Goshen School Tax Removal Decision Near Final action on the possible removal of an additional 4mill levy from the 1964 tax dupli cate of the Goshen Local School District still had not been tak en by The County Budget Com mission at press time this The Commission was await ing a resolution passed by the School District Board asking for the removal of the levy which was approved in the re cent 3 County Auditor Donald Kinsey said the resolution was required before the Commission could take ac Kinsey also said that he had contacted Edward of the Ohio Department of Taxation concerning the withdrawal of the levy from the Districts dup Kinsey said that while there was no defi nite law authorizing such ac the Department of Taxa tion would not object to it since it was a reduction of tax rates At the Budget Commissions meeting Treasurer Victor Martinelli said he though the Commission should obtain See Page 2 xisted at noon Hoppstetter died this morn ng at 3 in Union Hospital from injuries suffered yesterday when a 50gallon drumof oil eportedly fell on him while he was working at the Yoder Stone on RD Sheriff who were not otified of the said his morning that an investiga ion would be Coronor Philip Doughten tated today that he had been alled to the hospital this morn ing by officials when the man He stated I really dont know what Doughten added the cause of death was due to hemorrhaging and The man also suf fered 2 dislocated legs and in ernal Hoppstetter was injured at decision rendered at 2 Wednesday by Judge The complaint against Has sin was filed by Michael Pasul operator of a Miracle Lane Plaza accompa nied by another Plaza mer Larry also has filed a complaint against Tur rin Discount operated by Joseph A hearing on the case has been set for 12 at 10 before Judge Richard Mus who will assume duties in Central District fol lowing the defeat of Judge Fer rell 3 and the assignment of JudgeElect Socrates Space to the Southern District now presided over by Mus grave An appeal is expected to be based on whether or not Judge Ferrell has jurisdiction in New Philadelphia Township and if sufficient evidence was present ed by Prosecutor Spies or As sistant James Thomas that Has sin actually owned the drug It is speculated that mention will be in an appeal that Judge Ferrell said he wanted to con fer with Spies before announc ing the In discussing Ferrells alleg ed conference with Pat Monday when the case was finally submitted to Also brought at light this morning was Section of the Ohio Revised Code which in part Any verdict by a judge shall be announced and received only in open court as soon as it is Any finding by a judge or magistrate shall be announced in open court no the case to The decision was announced at 2 3 hours after the 48hour period Judge had made the decision before 11 but refused to announce it until Patrick and Lehigh said this morning they might use that in an appeal to show errors of the I was his full responsibility to get work done and to decide if layoffs who should be laid In this particular he he decided that the 4 ap Ermile Dennis of RD New Donald Seward and William Lawver of Somerdale and Frank Miller of should be laid off in the best interests of the coun All 4 are truck clas sified as Equipment Operators Tbe qiestfon appeared to be whether the men were laid off as a result of political activity or whether they had been dis president of Local 195 of County Employes who took the stand testified that Young prior to his elec tion last fall If I and I certainly will Im going to get rid of The statement is supposed to have been men were made when In Youngs the 4 office Maintains Grip Unprecedented prewinter cold accompanied by lashing winds paralyzed the Northwest dropping temperatures far be low zerij and turning parts of stormbattered Montana into disaster Temperatures plunged to 40 below zero in some and the Weather Bureau said the cold would last at least five more One reading Wednesday was atop a mountain 24 miles Northeast of approximately 10 yester day and was taken to Union Hospital by Dundee Volunteer Hoppstetters body was taken to the Clyde Thompson Funeral Home near Zanesville His mother reportedly resides in South rick said no contact We had of or communications re Phila Police Nab 3 Young Vandals Three juveniles were leased to their parents last night after they had tossed several septic tank lids into the street in front of Click Burial Vault Septic Tank at 415 Belmont Officials of the firm were to estimate damage this morning and noti fy Juvenile Officer Harry Fish Phila Area Couple Will Be Charged For Neglect Of 7 County Juvenile Officer Har ry Fisher said he would file charges of neglect this morning against and Boyd Cumblidge of RD New Phil Fisher said he had picked up yesterday 7 Cumblidge to 12 years and taken County Receiving investigating the ages them to the Home after Cumblidge residence and find ing it a place of filth and squal Investigation Fisher when several of the chil dren were reported truant from Notre Dame Scores Again NEW YORK AP Notre accustomed to scoring points on the athletic made them in State Supreme Court here The university won a tempo rary injunction against the showing of a new motion picture entitled John Please Come and further publi cation of the novel on which the film was Supreme Court Justice Henry Clay Greenberg upheld the uni versityfs contention that the movie and novel knowingly and Regally misappropriated for commercial exploitation the symbols and prestige o the institution and its football Greenberg also termed the movie script vulgar and Thel produced by 20th CenturyFox at a reported cos of million was to have opened on Christmas seeking time card information to send to the State Bureau of Industrial The data was in conjunction with an effort by the union to ecure prevailing wage rates or their members from the something which could lave meant a raise from to 13 per Miller testified that he was employed by the County since Seward since Lawver since 1959 and Dennis since The temperature was and colder through most of the northern Plains and the cold weather was accompanied by lizzard conditions across the The arctic air spilled ver the mountains into the nor mally mild Pacific coastal The severe weather had trange and sometimes tragic Eleven cattle stranded in deep now at feet above sea evel west of were given tranquilizer ashed securely to a helicopter and carried to lower In a 71 yearold woman died Wednes See COLD Page 2 Youngsaid his department operated by force account and claimed he had the right to op erate the department without being subject to Ohio Civil Ser vice He added that the See Page 2 Bliss Makes Headway In GOP Spotlight Bicept Builder AP Trying to trim a city budget is but City Comptroller Hy man Pressman also hopes to make his budget trimmers trim mer through Pressman announced Wednes day that the coffee break in his department may soon give way to the biceps a daily 10 minute period emphasizing the body in the body Pressman says he and his of fice employes will begin their new program with simple exer cises at first bend ing and Pushups may come County Gets Gift But Its Already Expended County Commissioners said this morning that the boost to the county general fund announced by the Audi tor Donald Kinsey would have no affect upon an estimated deficit ex pected in the county budg Kinsey said that the addition al or more in county revenue came from the coliec tions of tax money not antici Dear Your Horoscope Around The Goren On pated at the beginning of the The additional money results chiefly from an increase in Obituaries 2 property together with misreUajiwus money not Television Womens Alvarez ments covered by the General They expected little or noth ng to remain as an increase in he funds balance at the end of the Kinsey yesterday also con as had been previously that the County Road and Bridge fund would be greater for this year than certified at the beginning Most of this additional money comes from a return of the countys advance deposit on the County Road 108 project which was completed more than a year Federal grants for the project mule the rebate anticipated The Commissioners said to most of the would be paid out this year for unlore sem expense to some and tor over of the depart an approximately increase io the countys Ohio who prefers backstage shadows to the seemed today to have some strong back ing as a compromise choice for Republican national wasnt talk But other reports indicated that if Dean Burch resigns oe is ousted when the 132 GOP na tional committeemen meet in Chicago Bliss would be an acceptable It is his definite policy not to talk about Jack Flana Bliss press said when asked about speculation men tioning including a news magazine report that he has agreed to He is not a candidate to knock out Flanagan Hes not doing anything to get But Flanagan said all top na tional Republican leaders except Barry the GOP pres idential nominee who picked Burch as have indi See Page 2 Weathervane TISTEftQAY High 48 Low 43 Elsewhere In High lew Pr clear 51 28 clear 46 14 cloudy 47 42 Los cloudy 62 51 cloudy 74 New cloudy 36 cloudy 46 41 cloudy 51 II San cloudy 47 cloudy 40 H TOOAT 7 share of state gasoline tax money included in this over ail additional AfttAl merry ration winter fa got a big morning in the form of a check from Civic and Charity Fund of Wall local Unilfd and Melting the presentation to Carol and William Murtaugh William Daidge of New pmufent of i Sunset Higb Forecast   

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