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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                New Phila Employe Salary toeragei for New PMtafetohia city nipwyw iffIMS declared impossible at the final Cotmdi TMera to one way that the employes could 525 Mayor Joseph tWte 2SS ttad to CwtflcU WOUM be to lay off enough employes to cover Jne This 1 do not MM stringent mMsurts would be nets essHty even to keep the winter at at their ptesent salary Hi J particular actions by Council in approprlattoM for the general fund in the schoolcrossing guards salaries only to the end of the present school Ruled Out For 1965 the streeMighting bill by so per here minimum of overtime in the police and fire had previously prepared a gen era flmd budget for IMS which included pay raises for all city ranging from MO to 100 With revenue for the fund esti Somtont From Tho Reporter Is Working For You 24 Hours A Day THE mated at Council was faced with par ing approximately from the mayors pro posed Last Auditor Charlotte White an nounced the General Fund deficit for 1M4 would be some greater than anticipatedwhich meant anticipated revenue would be reduced to approximately or approximately MO ess than Fritzs proposed budget Mis IMS budget actually represented a increase over iMi To meet the difference the 1M5 proposal had to be lowered below the 1M4 as Prtti stated in his Council will have to find means of paring the appropriations for the See PttltA page t 18 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew December REPORTER HOME EDITION NOW READ BY FAMILIES PHONE 42167 7 CENTS REPLAY Bandits Overpower Brinks Guard To Escape Church With large Haul7 of uismuiiu u muvn CHICAGO AP Three n was picKing up the Sunday collection at It arrived about 2 minutes after 6 its overpowered two priests nd a Brinks guard in a rectory looted an armored ruck and got away in what ooked like a virtual replay of ist weeks The bandits made off with the truck containing after binding four priests and guards who entered the rectory to pick up the Robert ol suburban Alsip entered the rectory and noticed the Walter pastor of sitting tied in a chair Johnsten was immediately hit oldup in The guard was hospitalized rith a head but assistant manager of Brinks Chicago said he was unable behind by one of the The Richard f the priests at the the amount walked into the room jusl avior Roman Catholic Church i suburban Norridge was He said it was a chain store the Brinks guard arrived and after the three up funds for deposit men had tied Father Officials of Brinks small to a chair with surgical used to estimate their loss and and gagged n inventory can be is the account of Burke was knocked to aid the gunmen got a large aul told by police and church floor by one gunman and UUli In the Paterson The armored truck with unmen wearing to the Divine Savior the guard was he iasks robbed a bank Mondays between Page 11 Rusk Reviewing World Developments By KARL BAUMAN JOHNSON AP President Johnson meets to day with Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Presidential Assistant McGeorge Bundy to review world The three also were to discuss the State Departments budget for the next fiscal year and go over personnel Rusk and presidential assistant for national security were to fly to the Presi dents ranch from Washington during the George ambas sador to who is home for Stunt Dies In Crash Near Magnolia MAGNOLIA John Senos of was killed yesterday at when his singleengine plane crashed into a wooded area miles east of He was pronounced dead on arrival at Canton Aultman Hos Massillon state patrolmen Said this morning they are waiting on federal aviation au thorities to arrive to determine the cause of the crash of the homemade which Sepos had purchased 2 weeks Donald owner and manager of the airport said he believed one wing may have folded back some 6 feet from its normal causing the plane to a stunt is mar will fly to the ranch Wednesday to review de velopments in West Johnsons statement that he would review with Rusk and Bundy ambassadors through W1 out the world appeared to be in was cited by Dover line with reports he plans shifts police for failure to stop within 2 Young Dover Drivers Cited In Accidents Gerald of RD Giuseppe Saragat Saragat Gets Italian Post On 21st Ballot By JAMES LONG ROME AP Giuseppe Sar first Socialist president in Italian swore faith to the nation and the constitution today as a 101gun salute thun dered over Rome from the Ja in 15 to 20 Official sources in Washington a 2car accident at denied that McGhee or David and Front Thursday n4 1 1 Ofl i ambassador to Lonttl am e wier was would be involved in the flned by Mayor Le The shifting is expected to start in January with the nam rammed into the rear ing of seven ambassadors and a ot an auto driven by Raymond T fTA f A m minister to vacant worklnE on If State of the Union He The discussed it by phone Monday M M a Robert McNamara and othry of 1209 Cross who was charged with un Johnson told newsmen at an informal session on the front lawn of the LBJ Ranch Monday that next Mondays State of the Union message will be brief and will emphasize recommenda Sec Page II Tied and the father of one Driver Fined In Nctown Crash NEWCOMERSTOWN of RD Kim was fined and sentenced to 3 days in jail by Mayor James Tufford yesterday on charges of driving while in toxicated and leaving the scene of an According to Hicken bottom drove left of center on State last Thursday colliding with a car driven by Thomas of Mid Minor damage was caused to both DAY lilOHTENH AB adolescent one treated Mfce an acts ita in Rea Building Is Occupied New accounting offices of Richard Rea and Associates on 118 4th New Philadel are ready for yesterday and to were moving records and equipment from the former of fices in the Reeves Bank in Dover and at 152 Broad The new former site of Palmers Dairy is an 80x30 brick It also will contain the Union College of Commerce in the lower lev el with the accounting offices on the second Ralph a partner in the said that the busi ness school is still in the proc ess of being He said open house for the accounting offices probably will be held in with the business school sometime Partners in the firm are Rich ard Frank Buter Harry Shaw and Chester The building was constructed by Unger Construction of Gnadenhutten and designed by safe driving his car north on Race was behind a new model auto when it stopped for a traffic sign at Slingluff The youth told police he was unable to get went left of past the auto and through the intersection where he was struck on the right front fender by an automobile driven by Theodore of RD Two other accidents were in vestigated by one taking place at this morning when cars driven by Robert of Knapp and New Crawfis of Art Stolen Kenneth Mathias of 601 W New Philadelphia police yester the assured clear distance fol lowing a 2car accident at at He later Moyne traveling south on rammed into the rear of 2719 Tremont when the latter entire front end of Griesens auto was damaged Also cited was Lar Jf f UV MB VT U and Erie of 1054 a general ceremony by Com Union New Philadelphia mon Pleas Lam collided at Tuscarawas and W Front The other accident resulted not Lamneck when a truck driven by Walter J convenience i Cn oooo of the Wooster of drove 2326 N over causing damage to the tire and Machines Launch Cleanup SAN FRANCISCO mighty force of men and machines shouldered the task today of cleaning up after the Wests Christmas week called by the governor of California a major American A massive airlift hoisted food and emergency repair equipment into stricken northwestern Snow and falling temperatures added to the misery of refugees from high water and threatened again to block helicopter delivery of food bundles to hundreds marooned in the high California timber country for the ninth straight Between 400 and 500 persons were isolated in vestpocket him and power communications bering and mining communities along the Klamath and Salmon rivers in extreme northern They have been cut off contactors halted work on con since Civil Defense structlon projects and sent their mon onH equipment to workers said they undoubtedly Jen equipment to were getting desperate for the county and city were getting desperate for Dozens of helicopters were in near the Oregon Brown made a lowlevel heli border loaded for mercy miscopter tour of part of the strick sions but unable to take off been area Monday and called the cause of snow and icing condidevastation a major American Frank deputy the said Yreka Civil director of the Office of Emer Defense chief Bill and Sency and other youre going to see the damndWnansjlington JTS6 flood ravaged areas in both Cal est airlift out of here youve ifornia and Oregon and carried niculum The portly former foreign minister took his oath of office standing stiffly erect before a combined of Parlia which elected him to a sevenyear term Monday on the 21st He succeeds tian Democrat Antonio who resigned because of The 13 bitter days of balloting left Christian Democratic Pre mier Aldo Moros centerleft government ridden by rivalry and in danger of Moros Christian Democratic party was badly Although Saragat is pro NATO and the Communists 253 votes were the decisive They gave him a total of well beyond the 482 The four parties in Moros coalition Christian Demo Republicans and Saragats Democratic So cialists could have elected but about 150 Christian See Page 10 County Officials Swearingin Set County officials elected to new terms beginning 4 x lwouutsllf vlvmu will be sworn in Wednesday in cloudy Time for the ceremony has The judge was invited to ad ff uuaicr UlUVc a manhole raising it with minister the oatns by county one of the The iron Howard cover caught the rear of the Bud he All the officials elected last 3 are Many northern California We get a threehour break in ever 4 This is very President mountainous In some areas well have to evacuate and in others well have to drop We have a report of 14 children in one house at Oak Bottom 70 miles west of on the Im concerned about those people and Im con cerned about the people on we have no reports at Roughly the northern third of all Oregon and 14 counties in Washington had been declared a disaster enabling the region to receive special government Uncounted thousands of men were at work in the three coast and Idaho and also hit by beginning the restoration of roads ad high railroad and Weathervane YESTERDAY High 33 Low 25 Elsewhere In By Sally Dvffy Telephone BY 17831 NEWCOMERSTOWN Vil lage Councilmen held a short session last night and announc ed that no further discussion on pay raises for city employes will be held until Clerk Al Bren neman completes the balancing of the books for the A resolution was passed to authorize the mayor to request county machinery and operat ors to dredge Buckhorn Creek in the village at a cost not to exceed per Concerning toe purchase of a by the possibility of purchasing the hoe for the Water Works and the Cemetery The board promised a deci sion by Mayor James Tufford said that he and Police Chief John Lawyer had met with a rep nance comnwtee said that a dis cussimi had teen held with the Not a minute is being wasted in getting reconstruction projects under Dryden President Johnson has or dered that the entire broad pro gram of federal disaster aid be placed at your just as See Page 10 Phila Is Given Term In Delinquency Two New Philadelphia youths appeared in Juvenile Court to day on separate charges of con tributing to the delinquency of teenage Judge Ralph Finley sentenced John Hunker of 1041 Kelly NW to a year in the Toledo Workhouse after he pleaded guilty to a charge in volving a 15yearold daughter of and Homer McBeth of 421 3rd Thomas of 137 16th NE entered an innocent plea to charges involving a 17 yearold daughter of Eu gene Wherley of 114 13th Finley set Vances bond at but deferred setting a date for his trial by The McBeth who was charged as a also admitted her guilt by nodding her head to various questions placed by The judge said he would postpone final disposition of her case until further investigation with re gard to her conduct and home Hunker and the girl were found in a rooming house by New Philadelphia police last Sunday The girl was reported missing by her parents Saturday In Vances Wher ley filed claiming he n caused her daughter to leave Board of Public Affairs on tbeiresentative of the Brechbuhler home and stay out until early oossibiiitv of tho hno Scaies of Canton and that hours on Christmas Day and it will cost an estimated to numerous other clear cloudy cloudy Los clear cloudy New cloudy cloudy High Low San rain 57 33 30 58 76 36 31 44 52 49 33 31 27 41 70 26 26 29 46 33 cloudy TTrace TODAY 7 31 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 58 Low 43 Forecast windy and Council At Nctown Delays Employes Pay Hike Action to grease and balance the The mayor suggested the sent price for scale weights be rais ed to 50 cents and that the scales be lowered to allow for 2 Hospital Aid thf ureicrhina nf 1 ovla irahislac No Poptr Friday The Daily Reporter will not publish an edition on New Years Church notices for inclusion in Thursdays paper should be submitted by 2 Wed Items desired in Saturdays edition should be submitted by Thurs the weighing of 3 axle vehicles No action was books biils totaling ftltt The next regular meeting will be William Set KJCTOWN page crews in the mopup Californias Edmund a report on the situation to By WILLIAM OATIS UNITED AP The way was reported clear today for the General Assembly to clean up yearend business without a showdown over the Soviet Unions Assembly President Alex QuaisonSackey of Ghana was expected to tell the assembly this morning that he had worked out an agreement with key Diplomatic sources said the agreement would let the assem ly elect four new Security Council members and adopt a stopgap budgetary resolution by the generalconsent procedure that was used on opening to elect the president and admit Malta and Zambia to The agreement reportedly Included a preliminary informal poll to resolve a race between Jordan and Mali for a council This would give the as New Philadelphia Clair Hoffman was in court to repre DENNISON Two Uhricns ville residents received emer Several routine transfers of gency treatment yesterday in funds were made in order to Twin city Hospital as a result balance the villages financial Of falls wmiam of In dian Hill slipped and ran his hand through a basement window lacerating his finger Jon of 1209 N baU at and Joe OConnell of start to clean up their home as flood waters from the Eel River begin to Showdown Not Anticipated Phila Sitter Asks Anna Strimbu of 520 Front New has filed a suit against Ervin and Anna Hunter of 218 6th New as the result of injuries she received while In her Strimbu claims she fell and broke her hip last 22 while tending the 5 Hunter whose parents had taken the night out to celebrate their wedding anni Strimbu said she slipped on a piece of celery which had been left lying on the kitchen She was hospitalized for 13 days because of the brok en As a result of her in she suffers a permanent condition of mental and physical Included in the asked is for hospital and medi cal sembiy four unopposed candi dates it could elect by acclama That would put off a soviel showdown over Article 19 of the The assem after finishing the essential business Wednesday would re cess until around Article 19 says any member two years behind in total assessments shall have no vote in the The Soviet See Page II Gunmen Get mm Haul AP Two gunmen robbed the city treasur ers office of an estimated 000 police One of the pair beat the city Melvin on the head as Elliott sought to stall them in the Patrolman Thomas assigned to the was in another part of the office at the The was reported to have included about or in ON THE INSIDk Dear Abby Your Horoscope Around The Obituaries Television Sports 4 Womens Pages 9 Crane Alvarez Deputies Check 2 Theft Reports Howard Law of 549 Fair New told sheriff deputies last night some one had taken fishing equip a glass bow and hunting hatchet from his summer home on 4th SE near New He set the loss at Officials of Noye Drilling of Denver told deputies miscel laneous tools and wrenches were stolen from a drilling rig on County Road northeast of OSU Gets Grant Ohio State University announced day it has received a National Science Foundation grant to make more detailed maps of the radio John director of the Ohio StateOhio Westeyan University radio will make studies ol the raeda the nearest island the earths He pub lished a new map of last   

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