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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Colts Rule Professional Grid RanksPage 151 I Tht Atioclattd Prttt Ntwt of fUporttr lflfl THE REPORTER 30 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew December HOMI IWTION NOW READ IY FAMOUS PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Only 5 States Engineer DeathFree Holiday Traffic Lashing Winds Heighten Coast Woes 555 Vicifms Are Counted In Span By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS More than 550 persons lost their lives in highway accidents during the threeday Christmas The toU was well below the 1955 record of 609 but within the range predicted by the National Safety The final tabulation had 555 persons killed on the highways during the 78hour period that began at 6 Thursday and ended at midnight The safety had estimated that between 550 and 650 holiday travelers could Only five states Montana and Washington reported no fatal In at least five holi day accidents helped set 12 Month While mounted at an alarmingly fast pace dur ing the early hours of the holi day they slacked off during the closing despite the homeward rush in many areas in rain and Multiple deaths pushed the toll upward in several In a threecar crash on rainslicked 101 near Oceanside took five Three persons lost their lives in a collision in Wisconsin Rapids and three others were killed in a smashup in northern The three Wisconsin deaths plus five other fatalities there in separate helped set a 12month The toll in Wisconsin now stands at or well past the previous See Page 2 Toll In Ohio Exceeds Hope Traffic Fires Miscellaneous Total 25 27 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Highway deaths marred the long Christmas weekend in Ohio beyond the point envisioned by officials of the Department of Highway They predicted before the holi day period began Thursday at 6 that 24 persons would be killed in road accidents in the following 78hour By the end of the period Sun day the count stood at In two persons lost their lives in a Cleveland boosting the overall accident toll to Two Cleveland traffic acci on Christmas the other on Saturday night took three livts Two per sons died in another multiple death crash near Christmas Mansfield This is a low level closeup aerial view of Pep a farm community town of about 200 people which was completely destroyed by the flooding Eel River after the water started to A row of trees at right kept the re mains of the town from being completely washed to AP By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Heavy mountain snows and gusty coastal winds lashed the northern California flood area Sunday at the end of a week of unprecedented torrential adding to the suffering of hundreds still marooned and hampering relief and rescue But the colder weather has put a brake on rivers that had rampaged from the mountains to the Pacific Ocean in the hardest hit area Oregon and northern More snow in the mountains and wind and rain below were forecast for The Columbia dropped enough In Washington to permit start of cleanup The flood threat appeared over in Idaho but the little town of population in the still was without In Nevada the Truckee River withdrew its threat to California counted 19 flood dead with the confirmation Sun day that four had drowned when a helicopter plunged into the Eel Hiver 40 miles south of Eu reka Seven died in another California copter crash last Tuesday north of Oregon reported 18 deaths from flood The Red Cross listed families as suffering major loss es to businesses or farms in Idaho and No official estimate of dam age was but rough guesses by leaders of relief and rescue operations put it at close to Fivehundred persons Min Weafliervane Foreign Policies Top LBJ Bj KARL BAUMAN J6HNSON AP President Johnson boosted Foreign policy to a top priority spot on his schedule He also planned to get in more work on the federal bud get and his StateoftheUnion Associates said John son intends to devote consider ate time today and during the remainder of the week to re viewing relations with na tions around the includ ing policy on aid and cul tural A source close to Johnson said he is closing out the year with a rather optimistic view of most of the world situation despite the problems in Viet Nam and the He is for to feel that relations with the So viet Union are less antagonistic than they have been at times in the past and sees fewer crises than have plagued the world in recent He feels relations with East ern Europe have improved and that the North Atlantic Alliance is in better shape than it has ever JohnsM is blown to be pleased about what he regards as improved relations with na Western Hemi Fidel Castros tions of the with Communist dictatorship in Cuba the major fly in the As part of his efforts to bol ter relations with various na the President is working n dates for visits from a large number of chiefs of state during he coming These visits are expected to average about wo a month during the next In Johnson is known o be considering the appoint ment of a large number of new It was indicated as many as 15 or 20 posts might be The StateoftheUnion mes the first of the big three messages going to Congress in is pretty well brack eted a qualified source and the actual writing has been Work also is well along on the budget but some major deci sions remain to be made by These include the amount of money to be asked or what the President calls his antipoverty wheth er to propose a pay increase for government civilian workers and the amount of an education In a letter to Secretary of De ense Robert McNamara re eased for publication Johnson said he wanted the last See Page I New BalticGaraway School Board To Meet Next Monday An organizational meeting for members of the newlycreated BalticGaraway Local Board of Education has been scheduled for 7 next Monday in the County Board of Education of The new district actually rime into existence tost Thurs Board members were by County Board of Edu meeting in special m lion Saturday Named were Francis Putt of Bl I and Harold haft Earl Sunrihiinv tf m art Da rid The Baltic according to Unton ex tended the courtesy in an effort to show that it was interested in a harmonious consolidation and was willing to allow the in dividual segments of the Cara way School District to continue with representation on the school Tit HUthrttM for the consoli following 30day wait ing period to which no petition for a referendum vote was received unanimous approval by the county The new district now has 7 2 hlgfr school and S hmffifflpiflf The urgency in which the con was bandied was bas in on the fact that an additional mm to mm in foundation aooney would The Negotiations At Crucial Stage Page 9 Tony Curtis Gets Sour Apple Page 10 Strasburg Bag Easy Wins Page 15 Statehouse Garage Deterioration Denied Page 15 Around The World 28 VTdtorisioji Dear Abby IT Your Horoscope 27 Womens Pages 12 i 13 Hospital News 18 Alvarez Obituaries Crane 29 Sunday Fire Razes Mullet Coal Tipple A Sunday morning which caused an estimated lamage to a Mullet Coal rekindled again early to day northeast of Strasburg on Bounty Road Cause of the which completely destroyed the was undetermined ac cording to the George kfiller of said that some men lad been welding a portion of the tipple last Strasburg and Dundee Volun eer Fire Departments were called at yesterday morn ing and battled the coalfed fire until Strasburg fire men were called to the scene again this Damaged were 5 large mo a valued at 000 and a coal costing about City Truck Is Shot Up1 Mayor LeMoyne Luthy to day gave a brief dissertation on one of his pet peeves dis charging firearms within city Over the weekend ap parently armed with BB or pel let guns received as Christmas took pot shots at a city vehicle parked at the city shattering 2 These Luthy can be lethal and their use within the city limits o Dover will not be The mayor also pointed ou1 that youths using BB or pellet guns must be accompanied by an adult firing DAY imMTfNfl People seldom think alike until it comes to buying wed ding Miller said that plans to re build the tipple were He said the steel frame might still be but the timber and machinery would have to be The tipple had put out some 300 tons of coal a day and a considerable amount was lost in the The main office of the com pany is at Mullet is president of the Strasburg Fire Chief Luke Warnes said a nearby resident saw the flames and estimated the tipple had been burning for approximately an hour before his department was Two years ago a fire caused more than damage at the Mullet tipple along Route 250 north of Space Granted Pay Hike As New Judge County Commissioners today passed a resolution authorizing m extra in pay for Socrates Space when he as sums office as judge of the countys Southern District Court Space formally submitted his request for the pay increase in accordance with a new law passed during the special ses sion of the Ohio Assembly on SATURDAY High 51 Low 33 YESTERDAY High 35 Low 29 Elsewhere In High Low cloudy 58 46 cloudy 29 23 cloudy 29 Los 60 50 cloudy 84 New cloudy 60 32 snow 28 cloudy 31 24 San rain 55 45 cloudy 61 36 MMissing TTrace TODAY 7 29 SNOW Last 48 hours trace TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 45 Low 25 Forecast Partly cloudy and loggers and their families were marooned in several communities along the Klamath and Salmon rivers at the north em tip of Theyre beginning to run short of reported William Civil Defense director at A storm that dropped two feet of snow on Yreka Sun day halted helicopter flights in the The prediction was for continued snow About 100 passengers on two Greyhound buses found them selves stranded by highway washouts last Monday after a lunch stop at the Terrace Gardens resort 10 miles south of Garberville on 101 in Cali fornias Humboldt County and about half of them still were awaiting rescue Some walked or were lifted by helicopters to Garberville and others were flown to Eureka farther Those who stayed spent Christmas crowded into See COAST Page Z T 9 This new statue allows com missioners discretionary power in permitting or refusing an ad dition of to the pay of county district Base pay is In the judges are paid further salary at a 3 cents per capita rate based on the countys In Tuscarawas this amounts to approximately Under the old Ohio com missioners were permitted to add to the above and in this did County District up to have been paid approxi mately Space under the new See Page 2 Night School Registration Set At Phila Registration for the winter term of New Philadelphia Eve ning School will be held next Monday and Tuesday from 7 to 9 in Room 329 of the sen ior high Classes will begin meeting once a week for a 12week Registration fees are for a regular 12 2 hour for a 12 3 hour and for a 16 2hour and instructors in to be offered in clude Blueprint Reading for the Metal Trades John Al gebra Holmes Sheet Metal and Technical Machine Shop Welding Home Auto Familiarity Frank Improvement of Writing Skills Charles Industrial Safety Richard Slide Rule Tom Hy draulics Bill Traffic and Transportation John Ves Viet Forces Post Success In Big Attack EDITORS NOTE Free lance photographer ames Pick wounded by the Viet Cong in was assigned by The Associated Press to accom pany Vietnamese troops who overran a major Viet Cong guerrilla position Here is his By JAMES PICKERELL DAI South Viet Nam AP Government forces overran a major Viet Cong posi tion killing at least guerrillas and capturing 10 oth ers as well as a large stock of It was one of the most signifi cant government successes in the past officers be lieved that the 75 miles southwest of was a Viet Cong zone command headquar The Communists have di vided South Viet Nam into sev en The government forces suf fered 11 dead and 42 Among the wounded were seven Army helicopter crewmen hit by smallarms Ten other Americans were reported wounded in other ac tions in the Mekong delta Sun Two were reported in seri ous Robert Butter of who went into action at Dai said of the government success This is See VIET Page t Industrial Organization John Personal Typing Clyde Yon Gregg Notehand Bar bara Real Estate and Advanced Real Estate Guy Beginning Sewing Li da Tailoring Virginia Cake Decorating Ed Spanish Frances Tay French Robert Zimmer Art of Flower Arrang ing Florence Knit ting Ethel Advanced Contract Bridge Virginia Cow Freehand Drawing and Painting Joanne Education for Survi val Golf Paul Par Leathercrait Richard Woodworking and fcaishiig Cart Income Tax Assistance Is Available Need help in preparing your Federal income tax return According to Fred Aus administrative representa tive for the Internal Revenue assistance will be pro vided each Friday from to 5 in the Miracle Lane Plaza office located be hind Lanzas Jewelry Telephone assistance is able by dialing Austin also said the tax forms are now available at then Dover office and from most banks and post He sug gested that whenever taxpayers should use the foam mailed to their A check or order for any taxes due should be tached to the form aid to the Internal m   

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