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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 30, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Tornadoes Win 6964 Midvale Stays Unbeaten In OvertimePage 11 pari vr wm HOMI lomoN Biwwlna flT W W Wm Wm BM occtptanet crtatti on more inttrtiting 18 PAGES Prosecutor Harlan Cl Treasurer Vic Marti William Winters and Engin of Courts George Commissioner Charles Review REPORTER Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County New December 1964 HOMIIDfTION NOW READ BY FAMILIES PHONE 42167 Judge Lamneck administers the oath of office to Recorder Ted Underwood Com missioner Jacob Sheriff Oaths Administered To County Officials County officials elected to new i The judge told the group that Gray Gets GOP Position Cast Set For Assembly By JOHN WHEELER Ohio stage is now the new cast is anxious and the taxpayers may get some new lines from a very old five days from today the curtain will rise on the next ses sion of the the 106th Ohio General The old the 105th Gen eral closed Tuesday It was a special mostly Republican and had a short run of six beginning The new show 4 may run three months or Demo with more parts for this promise the new session will have more terms in office beginning in January took their oath in a brief ceremony at to day before Judge Lam neck in the Common Pleas Lamneck in a few brief remarks that it was the first time in his memory that a group of county officials had been sworn in before the Of 1964 YMCA Leaders Rule Roost In Northeast Ohio Members of Tuscarawas Coun tys YMCA Leaders Clubs to day again rank 1 among 14 YMCAs throughout northeast ern The Ys 3 leader in cluding 29 captured first place honors Tuesday at the annual Northeast Ohio YMCA Leaders rally in the Al liance It was the third the ceremony should impress on them the serious obligations of their different The honor conferred on you by the people in their election of you to office also carries a serious Lam neck To render service with the best interests of the people of Tuscarawas County Lamneck insisted was the main duty of all elected Common Pleas Judge Ray mond who attended the repeated Lamnecks call on the part of the officials for cooperation among them selves in an effort to make Tus carawas County government Rice emphasized that govern ment by representation is still a new thing in history and still on trial before the The following were sworn in Treasurer Victor Clerk of Courts George Sheriff Tony En gineer Charles Commis sioners Jacob Dummermuth and William and Recorder Ted Missing from the ceremony was Coroner Philip Dough atures Blow In West eaves Billion Damage By LYLE PRICE SAN FRANCISCO AP The Far Wests flood of a thou sand years entered the recov stage today as home title in the last 4 years taken by the local Both the local Yettes and Olympic Clubs garnered first place finishes in competition with 200 other The Y ettes totaled 17 points in top ping host Alliance which fin ished second with Ashtabula had 9 Elyria Willough See Page 2 What happened in the com munity during 1964 in many ways it was a most unusual Looking back over the last 12 months one finds many bright particularly along the road of Of there were disappointments and The Daily Reporters final edition for 1964 on Thursday will contain its annual review of the years It will comprise a general sum mation of the headlinemaking news and a monthbymonth Many readers save this an nual review for reference in future years when someone asks When did that hap pen Look for this concise local history compilation on ery less stric dug is far as the real emergency thats right said Phila Police Check 2 Vandalism Calls Ronald Wynn of Canton told New Philadelphia police last night someone tossed an egg against the side of his auto while it was parked on At Eddie Mears of 217 Ashwood Lane NW said the lock had been broken on her but entrance was not as the elected of ficial with the most years in responded to the judges remarks by promising that he and the other officers would try to fulfill their obligations and work in harmony as the judges had who said late yes terday that he had not been in vited to the swearingin cere held his with James Patrick administering the He repeated it again Patricks efforts were not all since the re corders deputies also must take the Underwood said he made his own arrangements be fore learning of the official cer loo families and hundreds of ken farms and businesses out from natures Jim Civil Defense spokesmanat in harihit Humboldt Tie report was identical in the five flooddistressed states of J Washing ton Idaho and Helicopters and jeeps brought the first outside food supplies in veek Tuesday to the last kncwn isolated pocket 500 persons stranded in lumbering villages west of near the Everythings beginning to a lot reported Bill where local and charitable organizations are running emergency recovery centers on a fortheduration Californias damage was esti mated at upwards of mil In many evacuees returned to devastation left by the Willamette Oregons damage totaled million in what Mark Hatfield terms his states worst At an estimated 0 persons were still receiving lothing and food from volun eer centers and the Red everal dozen homeless were edded down at the Independ city Yreka Civil Defense Theyre getting back down into the towns now and starting to lig said No re people want to be evacu Weathervane YESTERDAY High 53 Low 31 Elsewhere In High Low Pr 32 38 50 41 72 M 45 42 46 38 T Check Forger Being Sought UHRICHSVILLE Investi gation of a check re ported yesterday morning by Ray manager of City Loan is being made by Dated the check mo they want to be sustained where they The described by De partment of Interior water spe cialists as probably the greatest ever experienced in the caused 19 known deaths in Cali foinia and 18 in t carved federally designated aster areas out of northern Oregon and Wash was made Smith and payable to John signed by Ronald Not So Needy Reports Phone Prank A New Philadelphia woman told New Philadelphia police yesterday that she had receiv ed at least 7 nuisance tele phone calls during the She said no one would answer when she picked up the The police was told to contact officials of Gen eral Telephone UHRICHSVILLE One needy family in Uhrichsville apparent ly didnt need the food donated to them in one of many Christ mas baskets donated by thoughtful citizens of this com Frank Atherton of Goodings IGA Foodliner Tuesday report ed that an unidentified youth attempted to swap canned goods from a donated Christmas bas ket for cigarets and It was drawn on the Dennison First National A description of the man cash ing the check was furnished by an It was also report ed that the man had attempted to cash it in the United but was refused by a Police said the merchant warning system had been put into cloudy 44 cloudy 45 cloudy 54 Los clear 57 cloudy 78 New cloudy 32 cloudy 55 cloudy 58 San clear 54 cloudy 45 TODAY 7 52 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 45 Low 42 Forecast ligh In latest state to e added to the disaster list by President most high ter problems have No persons are known to be strand The Yakima River in central Washington posed a potentia hreat because of two huge ice one a mile long and the other three miles in length Many passes in the Cascade Mountains remained closed by snow Washington estimated its damage as In Idaho and snow or cold weather ing flood conditions unusual for See FLOOD Page 6 Therell be some new Gone is veteran Senate Ma jority Leader Stanley Mech He was defeated in the November In his place will be Theo dore elected Tuesday night at a caucus of Republican John a standin in Senate matters up to may also move to the cen ter of the Browns made a major bid for control of the upcoming evenly divided Senate as the special session faded The House completed passage of a Senateapproved measure to give Brown the power to break tie votes in the next Sen ate on The sent the bill to the governor for signing into law and a court test of its con With the Senate split 1616 be ween Democrats and Repub Browns vote could be a big Until the lieuten al although he is Senates presiding with big gains from the November contend the bill is unconstitu tional and are expected to test the matter in the Among other actions by both houses of compromise measure to bine the forestry and reclama See Page f ant governor has acted to break ties only on Senate organization ON THE INSIDt Dear Abby 15 Your Horoscope 17 Around The World 6 Goren On Bridge 15 Obituaries 2 Television 7 Sports H 12 Womens Pages 8 9 Crane 15 Alvarez 17 Bulb Thieves Caught New Philadelphia police last night talked to city ages U and who admitted taking 14 light bulbs from Christmas decorations at the home of Wilson Miller at 805 Fair The parents of the boys agreed to replace the of ficers ew City License eadline Thursday A reminder was issued today by Dover and New Philadelphia officials that Thursday is the deadline for purchasing new soft drink The licenses sell for Thursday is also the final day licenses can be bought for amusement such as juke boxes pool tables and pinball bowling machines and bowling a leys Vietnamese Forces Capture Binh Nghia Brewery Site Settlement For Bypass WOO An additional has been granted to Edgar and Ina Spring of 1269 Lakeview New for the ap propriation of their property on the west side of Broadway in connection with the construc tion of the new Route 250 by The State Director of High ways had made an original de posit of for the including for for land and for dam ages done to the residue of the The Springs appealed the case to Common Pleas Court and a jury trial was scheduled for The jurors were called and assembled for the Af ter several hours of attorneys from both sides in formed the court that a settle ment had been A court entry was filed yes terday noting that a total of had been granted to the Library Board Okays Growth Site Purchase The Dover Public Library with an eye toward fu ture growth of the voted yesterday to purchase the property of the late Mario Amistadi at 521 Walnut The action came after con siderable discussion and on a 5 to 1 roll call Mario a library ab stained from voting on the grounds that he was legal coun sel for the Amistadi The property adjoins the li brary site on Walnut and if the purchase is approved by Beeves Banking Trust executor of the Amistadi es the home would continue to be Library trustees stated that See Page C By MALCOLM BROWNE South Viet Nam Government forces re Wednesday but the Viet Cong was believed to have made its final onslaught on the Final Cancer Breakthrough May Match70 Moon Land ing DAY BRIGHTENER You can run into from there on captured the district capital of Binh Nghia but the Viet Cong captured two enlisted men and wiped out nearly two companies of government Two other mem bers of the Special were killed Tuesday night in another action 30 miles north of Their deaths brought to 241 the number of Americans killed in combat since December Thirteen Americans now are Six servicemen also were wounded in the threeday battle for Binh 40 miles east oi Fighting still flickered At the peak of the fighting some government troops faced about the same number of making it one of he engagements in Viet Nam in the past four Three helicopters were hot down The jammed with Roman Catholic refugees from Communist North Viet was occupied by the Viet Cong on 5 but government forces drove them A powerful Viet Cong unit overran Binh Nghia again Mon Two government Ranger See Page 6 The property involved was the old Lockport Brewery building and acres of land between Blake and the city East Holmes School Bond Vote Is Reset Dover Adult Class Signup Times Slated A large variety of courses la being offered in the Dover Adult Education Evening School spon sored by the Dover Board of Classes will begin the week of 18 for the most will continue for 12 Registration may be made by telephone 72149 Monday through next Wednesday or in person Tuesday from 7 to 9 in the main lobby at Dover Classes offered include the following Freedom cake cera contract bridge for begin ladies music flower developmental real es stocks and typing for conversational beginning and advanced MILLERSBURG East Holmes Local Board of Educa at a special meeting Mon proceeded with necessary steps to place on the ballot at the May primaries the bond issue vetoed by district voters at a 8 special elec The money is being sought to construct additions at Walnut Creek and Chestnut Ridge buildings and to make necessary repairs on other ele mentary buildings in the sys driver educa general ma chine slide rule and Classes are offered for a mini mum of 12 Additional subjects can be offered if 12 or more requests are Further information may be obtained by contacting George coordinator of the or Margaret Fabi ano at the Administration Build ing Brochures giving all details will be mailed upon By FRANK CA1BY Prow Writer MONTREAL AP An American cancer specialist that final break toward controlling cawar by jri law curative drugs will be icUevcd quicker than weU get to tbe moon pertsr won alter Philadelphia said he based that prediction on his confidence that by that time Final proof will have been established that if not cancers are caused by viruses and Further devel opment will have been made recent discoveries in under steading the structure of the OWI af viruses spe the nucleic acids DNA and He said these discoveries are probably more if less appreciated by the than the of atomic a radiologist of the Albert Einstein spoke at a news confer ence prior to acting as IGNORES HOLLYWOOD BOXOFFICE CODE Big Duke Exfols Victory Over Killer By JAMES BACON HOLLYWOOD AP Movie hero John conqueror of Iwo thousands of movie Indians and Western bad says he now has conquered the great killer Big once a five packaday smoker of unfiltered said a recent hospi tal stay was for removal of a lung The 9fflpiiil statement at the ime was that an abscess 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