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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Tfortt a Nttwork of Reporter and Corratpondtnts StrvSng THE DAILY REPORTER VOL 22 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew December HOMI EDITION NOW READ BY FAMILIES PHONE 4216 7 CENTS Coasts Misery Revived SAN FRANCISCO AP Thousands of victims of the bil liondollar flood that struck five Western states had little to cele brate this New Years ex cept that they were Adding to their rain and hail pummeled Wash northern Cali Idaho and and the Weather Bureau predicted the storm would last through A steady downpour hampered rescue and reconstruction ef forts of workers in the five The most critical spot was in northern Californias Klamath National Forest where 500 per sons were cut off from the out side by washedout roads and four days of snow that has left three to four feet of pack on the Snow continued to fall in Yre ka where helicopter rescue op erations have been halted since Wednesday by the If the weather keeps up well have a serious said Civil Defense chief Bill The people in there have an other weeks Its still an emergency A onelaneroad was opened 70 miles through the forest to the mountain community of Happy he but it is accessi ble only by fourwheeldrive ve and repair See Page 18 1964 Was Good To Tuscarawas County The year 1964 could be termed a good yeai for Tuscarawas There were the inevitable tragedies and per sonal but 1964 was marked by a series of successes and changes with countywide im Biggest news story of the year was the series of school which reduced the number of systems in the county from including the 2 parochial to Just Voters approved 3 of the consolidations and school board action accomplished 2 Voted were The Twin City District from Dennison and Union Local South ern Local from Tuscara SalemWashington and Goshen and Stone CreekJeffersons annexation to New accepted by the latter Board action resulted in the merger of Baltic and Caraway Districts and the shifting of the bulk of Rush Local to the Twin City District and the remainder to Southern All actions stemmed from State Department of Education high school survey reports re leased early in the year which called for con solidations and improvements in the countys education In other education Laws step ped down as county school a post he held for more than 25 He was succeeded by Linton A steering committee was formed to draft plans for a countywide vocational but it became sidetracked in the wake of the school Kent State Universitys Academic Center at New Philadelphia continued a steady enroll ment increase and it was suggested that plans be readied for a permanent The advent of Interstate Route 77 and the business and industrial growth in the county also made a tremendous impact in The first 8 miles of the super 4lane high way opened to traffic in midOctober and James attending the ribboncutting announced that the other 19 miles of Interstate 77 in the county would be either completed or under construction by Work also was started on the Route 250 and 8 New Philadelphia bypass to the proposed Twin City bypass of Route Topping the list of several industrial ac complishments was the location of a Bobbie Brooks womens apparel plant in a build ing financed by countywide More than was pledged and the firm now has more than 100 mostly The push came from the County Community Improvement EmpireReeves Steel officials announc ed a expansion at its Reeves Steel plant in ShenangoPenn ac quired a Columbus firm and at the same time strengthened its competitive Other county industries continued capital im provement projects and many added new fa The fabulous Atwood Inn project was started and by years end was far enough along to assure a June 1 Harry Humphries opened a truck service center as the first major investment in the anticipated development along Interstate Two new service stations opened for busi ness at the Green Gables Interchange and a major motel chain reportedly is set to erect a unit there at years See Page f Johnson Urges Peace Progress Dover Woman Denies Counts Alice of 7th ap peared in Northern District Court Wednesday and pleaded not guilty to charges of resist ing arrest and ignoring a stop filed by a state patrolman last Represented by Paul she posted bonds on each The case was continued until a hearing date is set by Judge Charles By KARL BAUMAN JOHNSON AP President Johnson has told Russian leaders that the most urgent business for all of us re mains strengthening the founda tion of world AJong with New Years greet ings and best wishes to the So viet people and their Premier Alexei Kosygin and President Anastas Johnson said We can and should move to limit the spread of nuclear weapons to achieve a verified worldwide comprehensive test ban to make a cutoff of fis sionable material production for weapons coupled with measures to safeguard the peaceful uses of nuclear power and to agree on a verified freeze in existing offensive and defensive strate gic nuclear delivery By progress in this critical our governments can help to make this a happier and saf According he saw the to the Hannabass woman er world for all The White House said the let ers sent Wednesday to the So leaders did not represent an exchange of because he customary New Years mes sage has not been received from he Soviet Johnson had no official visi tors on his schedule today and lanned work on his State of the Jnion Press Secretary George Reedy reported that work on the Budget for the fiscal year start ing July 1 now is 90 per cent The whole thing will 1 See Page 2 going through a stop sign at the intersection of Routes 8 and He gave pursuit and her auto was finally stopped in It blocked an how and she was asked to pull across the street and halt on the other Instead she left the Dover radioed by the stopped the car at 8th and Walnut According to the affidavit the woman refused to leave her au tomobile and go to the Dover police leading to the double Jobless Claims Continue Under 63 Weekly Mark Unemployment in Tuscara was County took a decided dip this month as compared with the same period a year officials of the Ohio Unemploy ment Bureau New Philadel phia announced Biggest decrease was the 364 in continued During the period ending there were 508 compared with 872 weekly average of For the week ending Dec 19 there were 474 continued New claims totaled 214 last 21 less than last Decem bers weekly average of 235 There were 138 new claims filed for the week ending Weathervane YESTERDAY High 62 Low 31 Elsewhere High Uw cloudy 42 30 clear clear Los clear cloudy New cloudy cloudy cloudy San cloudy clear Veteran Mailman Makes Last Call Herman Alpcter Makes Last Punch Viet Cong Ambush Claims 100 By PETER ARNETT South Viet Nam Viet Cong ambushed 100 Vietnamese marines today as they were opening graves be lieved to contain the bodies of four servicemen shot down as fighting continued around Binh A Marine captain was wounded in the The marines fought their way into a jungle area where a Army helicopter was shot down Wednesday night as it was cov ering marines collecting the bodies of government The helicopter burst into flames and exploded when it hit the A marine search company reached the crash site this aft ernoon and found four fresh graves next to the resumably containing the odies of the helicopters four American The marines reportedly were digging up the graves when a wwerful Viet Cong unit am ushed Vietnamese losses were be lieved to be extremely The marine unit taking their wounded with and late in the afternoon were preparing to attack the area again with the whole marine Government troops regained Binh a town of Ro man Catholic refugees 40 miles See Page 2 DAY BRIGHTENER Times have changed once it was the fashion to take a bath weekly and religion Doughten Takes Oath Philip re elected to another term as County took his oath of office privately Wednesday afternoon before Common Pleas Judge Lamneck because of sched uled surgery in Union had missed the swearing in ceremony conducted by Lam neck earlier in the day for i other county Strasburg Woman Injured In Crash STRASBURG Nina Gray of 117 3rd is listed as satisfactory today in Union Hospital with a head con cussion received yesterday a when she was in volved in an auto Police Chief Robert Mosle said she failed to yield the rightofway and pulled onto driven by David o Mosley said she will be 43 58 56 75 48 60 55 54 57 24 32 43 71 43 36 37 45 38 T TTrace TODAY 7 31 HAWFAU Ust 24 hours none TOMOEHOtW Sunrise Sunset Hjfb SO Low 30 Forecast warmer Welcomes To New Year To Take Varied Forms By BERNIE GOULD Preu Writer Fall out of an climb Pikes dance your feet throw junk out of windows or just stand around Times Square with a million other rev elers thats how some of the world wili welcome in the New Year On Long Frederick and Frank plan to fall out of an airplane at the stroke of midnight and pan bottle of champagne between them as they drop from feet to 000 theyll open their The two sky divert have a combined total of more than MO jumps to their In Colorado members of the Adaman Club have figured out a way to get high and stiU stay They witt make thfir amttaJ tfl Jhville Police Charge Driver UHRICHSVILLE Police cit d one driver for unsafe opera ion following investigation of accidents Ralph of Buck eye Hotel was charged after his auto went left of center at Tren on and Walnut at striking one driven by Doris of RD who had stopped to make a left A State Highway truck driv n by Herbert of nadenhutten and an auto driv en by Harry of Wins collided at 5th and Dawson yesterday at 10 Police said both had topped for a stop sign and then proceeded into the Dennison police recovered an auto last night at 8 which lad been reported stolen yes terday at 3 by Arthur Ko wars of 319 3rd By Dan Miles Dally Reporter Staff Writer When a mail carrier it is just one of those things that cant be kept a especially when he is so well Such was the case of Herman Alpeter of RD who retired Tuesday afternoon from the Dover Post Office after 42 years of He began working there at the age of When he made his usual rounds the residents somehow knew Alpeter was re As a his custom ers showed their appreciation in a very monumental They showered a multitude of gifts and money almost making Mm reluctant to Alpeter had known these peo ple for the past 35 Dur ing the war he gave words of encouragement to mothers whose sons had been He was a link in the chain of com Even the dogs evidently liked him he never was bitten by had his pants tore several For the first 15 years he walked nearly 18 miles a When more mail carriers were imployed his route was cut to about 12 miles a Since that he was worn out over 15 mail bags and 85 pairs of In point of he is the second oldest mail carrier in the Dover Vincent Web er of Dover has worked abou 6 more He also is the only original mail Alpeters former bosses were Jim the late Walter Scheu and Cliff Hag lock is the present postmaster His official retirement part will be 16 in the Zoar Ho el when his fellow workers will onor Even at Alpeter plans ome extensive traveling to Can He also will work on his 2 cres of His successor on the route will e Tom Hamilton of Congo Horror Related By ROBIN MANNOCK the Congo AP Rebel warriors per ormed a savage war dance of death on the stomach of Ameri can missionary William Mo Chesney until he refugees said the sixth Ameri can missionary to be killed by Communistbacked rebels in the northeastern Congo in the ast two was trampled o death at Wamba during al most a week of bloodletting last After McChesney had died of nternal the rebels continued to vent their fury on his the refugees said and then flung his mutilated body into the Wamba was from This tale of horror was pieced together from white hostages of the rebels rescued at Wamba two days They told how the rebels butchered 28 of their prisoners between 24 and The toll of white hostages massacred by the rebels rose to nearly 200 with the latest refu gee the top of Pikes Peak and shoo off various nightspots aroun the music makers will play until the wee hours for those people who want to dance out the old year and dance in Dover Cyclist Hospitalized A 17yearold Dover youth was admitted to Union Hospital with a broken leg and cuts to both arms following a traffic mis hap Wednesday at at Iron and Reeves David Blair of 920 Woos ter failed to stop his mo torcycle in time when a car driven by John Nick Bueh of 301 12th braked to avoid hitting a Blairs cycle struck the right rear fender and bumper of the Buehler then went across the hitting a tele phone a dog loswell Man Jack In Jail William of who has a string of in oxication arrests in Dover and view wont be lowntown this New Years Hell be spending it and the next 17 days in County Benedum was arrested by Dover police Wednesday after noon on a warrant out of May or LeMoyne Luthys office iled by Gus charg ng him with disorderly conduct n front of the Crispy Chicken operated by Lam Appearing before Luthy short y Benedum was ound guilty and fined plus court Unable to he was lodg ed in ity Jail for a short timi prior to being transferred t bounty where hell be sit ling the fine out at the rate o 3 per Buehler braked when owned by Paul Melich of 32 the One Los Angeles the Whisky A Go advertises it wUl provide all the Watusi and Frug you can The Sands in Milwaukee fti NEW Page M Is Iron ran into the path of his auto and was No citations were Larry of RD 3 reported to the police station last night at tha Tuesday night while his automo bile was parked at Boulevarc Lanes an unidentified car struck the right fender afld bumper Driver of the other vehicle fail ed to report the When 111 Ital Dutch and Portuguese refu gees were flown to survi vors of Wambas days of car nage told confused and often conflicting with the first shock of freedom be hind they spoke more The survivors told how Mo See CONGO Page 18 Photo Fraud Alert Given NEWCOMERSTOWN May or James Tufford and Polic Chief John Lawver issued warning today to local citizens against fradulent photographers attempting to solicit to take chil drens pictures in Village officials said a group from Zanesville came here Wed nesday and were told they could not A check with Zanes yille authorities resulted in the information that the solicitors are of questionable character and no such studio as they claim to represent Bounty Given kay To Hike Poor Payments Approval has been received rom the Ohio Department of Welfare for the Tuscarawas Bounty Department of Welfare o increase its general poor re lief Lorin county welfare said to The countys payments will hus be raised from 40 per cent of the present state standard to the full present standard for Aid Dependent which is 70 per cent of the figures set as standards in Approved also by the County this increase will be effective Action in the recent session 01 he Ohio Legislature expanded the Aid to Dependent Children of unemployed parents by elimi nating some of the restrictions on eligibility This expansion in effect re moved 35 cases from the gen See Page 8 Phila Southside School Crossing Change Is Slated New Philadelphia police chie Louis Clark said today tha School Patrolman Ralph Boy will be stationed at the South side Elementary School begin ning He said the post was changec Restaurant Ownership Change Set because of the Route 2508 bj pass that is being constructec Clark urged parents to instruc their children not to cross Broadway until they reach the On New Years the utch Oven Restaurant in New hiladelphia will change it was announced by resent Anna ershberger and Rather ne New owners will be Sylvanus ostetler of RD nd Dennis Dean of 653 Fair New ean will operate the restau According to no hanges will be made in the wellknown In the rea as a building ill continue with his present who moved to New hiladelphia 6 months ago rom has been in the restaurant business a Hershberger and Wayt had run the restaurant 10 They completed a ma or remodeling and expansion project 2 years ago with the iddition of the Schoenbrunn Their future plans include a trip to No Paper Friday The Daily Reporter will not publish an edition Friday in or der to permit employes to spend the New Years Day holiday with families and News items for Saturdays paper should be called or tak en to the Editorial Department by 10 ON THE INSIDE Dear Abby Your Horoscope Around The World Goren On Bridge Obituaries 3 Boyd had been Broadway at stationed at Commercial Clark said Boyds hours are to 9 11 to and to Television Sports ft 12 Womens Pages Crane Alvarez   

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