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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - December 3, 1964, Dover, Ohio Growing county-wide acceptance creates an even more interesting paper VOL 61. NO. 122.    30    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Thursday, December 3, 1%4 PHONE 4-2167 HOME EDITION * NOW READ BY 12,000 FAMILIES 7 CENTS Increased Representative Term Gets House Stamp Revised Senate Planning May Alter County's Position In Redistricting Problems of the Ohio Senate i ties may see Carroll being two (now Wayne. Stark, Tusca- heavy protest from many Tus- committee on redistricting are reaching the boiling point at Columbus today. An informed source told John Saffell, Daily Reporter Columbus Bureau correspondent, that It is quite possible that the Senate will vote on a plan tomorrow. Saffell learned last night that Tuscarawas County political fortunes undoubtedly will lie in a newly-formed 18th Congressional District. The only change from a former plan proposing an 18th District made up of Carroll, Jefferson, Harrison, Guernsey, Belmont, Noble, Monroe and Tuscarawas coun eliminated and Columbiana being added. Such a district w'ould be represented by Cong. Wayne Hays and would have approximately 449,000 population. Here’s how the senate version differs from the present 23-dis-trict—one congressman is elected at-large statewide—arrangement and, in parentheses, from the House version: 16th — Removes Wayne and Tuscarawas counties, adds Carroll County and Mahoning County’s Beloit, Canfield, New Middletown, Poland, Sebring, Washingtonville and IO townships); House version removes same rawas counties). 17th — Removes Delaware County, adds Wayne County; House version deletes Richland County, adds Wayne County and southern Summit County (now Richland, Ashland, Knox, Coshocton counties). 18th—Removes Carroll, adds Monroe, Noble, Guernsey, Tuscarawas; House version also removes Carroll County, adds Tuscarawas and Monroe counties (now Columbiana, Carroll, Jefferson, Harrison and Belmont counties). In caucus sessions yesterday the committee felt the brunt of I carawas County businessmen and political leaders. Letters, wires and phone calls received could be summed up by repeating some of the remarks made yesterday by Frank Scott, Republican county chairman. Scott said: “We have little in common with the other people of this proposed district. We’re j not dependent on Federal aid as many of these other counties are. Our trade, commerce, our very lives are attracted to the North!” The best political guess in Columbus at this time, according to the sources Saffell referred See REDISTRICTING, Page 2 First Bolivar Leg OI IS ll Set For Sale State Highway Director P. E. Masheter today announced the sale date of tile first leg of the Strasburg - to - Bolivar section of Interstate 77 as April 13. According to Division ll Deputy Director Earl Nelson, the 4-mile section will begin with an interchange just south of Strasburg and end a little more than a mile south of County Road 111, southwest of Fort Laurens State Park. Dual structures will carry IS 77 over existing Routes 21 and 250 near the Bonanza Restaurant and also over the nearby Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. Single grade separations will be constructed for Township Roads 420 and 419. The 4-mile leg, with an estimated cost of $4,600,000, including right-of-way, will parallel existingjCounty Road 102. A local road connecting Township Road 420 at 102 will be severed and connected to 420 with a service road. A spur track to the now closed Robinson Clay Products Co. plant will be relocated some 900 feet. Masheter said that traffic will be maintained on existing facilities. 3 More Bonds Are Posted In Sunday Sales Three Dover merchants, picked up by sheriff deputies Wednesday for alleged violations of Ohio’s Blue Law, will be arraigned and hearing dates set in Northern District County Court some time this week. Detained for a short period i yesterday in the Sheriff’s De-1 partment prior to posting $100 bonds each were: Clair L. McCord, 33, of E. 20th St. Ext., Dover, Fannie L. Marlowe, 65 of 2(H) E. 14th St., and Robert E. Button, 43, of 106 Canal Rd., all of Dover. McCord is manager of Grey Drug and Button proprietor of the Hobby Shop, both of Miracle Lane Plaza, while Mrs. Marlowe is owner of Marlowe Drug in downtown Dover. On Tuesday, similar bonds were posted by Joseph Turrin of Turrin Discount Store and Samuel Hassin of H & A Drug Store in New Philadelphia. Has-sin’s hearing has been set for Dec. ll and Turrin’s, Dec. 14 in Central District Court. Bonds and hearings have not yet been set on additional charges filed against Gray Drug and the Hobby Shop last Monday. Affidavits are reportedly in the hands of Prosecutor Harlan Spies.__ Manslaughter Jury Asks Additional Data A 7-woman and 5-man Com- an expectant mother, Mrs. Ken-mon Pleas Court jury at I p.m. neth (Regina) Limpert, 30, of today was to receive additional North Olmstead, was killed, oral instructions from Judge She had been a passenger in an Raymond Rice in the second- auto operated by her brother, degree manslaughter case of Leonard Schmidt, 43, of Greens-18-year-old Marcia Bigler of burg. Midvale. The jury began deliberation During the 2-day trial, Spies at 10:10 this morning but short- and Assistant James Thomas ly before noon sent a note to contended a station wagon driv-Judge Rice asking for copies of en by Miss Bigler and contain-3 sections of the Ohio Revised ing 7 other youths went left of Code.    center after pulling out of Coun- Both Prosecutor Harlan Spies ty Road 69 and smashed nearly and Defense Counsel Danny head-on with the Schmidt sta-Johnson agreed it would be in lion wagon, error to provide the jury with The jury began deliberation written copies of the code, but this morning following a charge that it would not be prejudicial by Judge Rice. Lengthy clos-if Judge Rice read the sections ing arguments yesterday and lo them.    several    special    charges and Judge Rice, shortly after motions by Atty. Johnson noon, instructed the jury to caused the charge by Rice and have lunch before beginning the See DATA, Page 2 additional charge. They were to I    - eat in a closed section of the n a \/ Dutch Oven Restaurant.    Z Area Y OUHgSterS The jury was expected to re- Uf\Crkl4.rtll-TCkrl ln sunie deliberation following the ilUopiLUlIZGU III additional charge.    Car FUITie Ilicident Miss Bigler, an attractive UUf 1 Ufl,c ,,,L,ucni employe of Dover Garment Co., Two children of Mr. and had been indicted by the Sep- Mrs. G. Holderbaum, reported-tember Grand Jury in connec- ly of the Baltic area, were ad-tion with a July 19 traffic acct- mitted to Union Hospital late dent on Routes 250 and 8 south last night after apparently be-of New Philadelphia in which j coming overcome by carbon — -    - monoxide fumes. According to New Philadelphia police the Holderbaums came to the station at 11:40, saying their children had been sleeping in the back seat of their automobile and were afraid they had been overcome by carbon monoxide fumes. Police said Holderbaum told Budget Group Cuts Roswell Operating Take A welcoming official adjusts a garland of tuberoses around Pope Paul's neck as he was greeted upon his arrival Wednesday in Bombay. Behind Pope Paul is The County Budget Commission today announced it was reducing the tax rate for operating expenses for Roswell Corporation by one mill and taking $250 from the corporation’s share in undivided local government funds. The Commission’s action stemmed from Roswell officials’ fail- .ire to submit a 1965 budget ANCIENT RELIGION LEADERS TOLD: even after repeated requests, Treasurer Victor Martinelli said today. Though the tax rate was actually reduced in the corporation itself, Martinelli pointed out, the 1964 rates will total $35.25, Eugenio Cardinal Tisserant. * (AP Wirephoto). * Begin To Work Together By GEORGE W. CORNELL ; better world, in this effort to nomenal enormity and zest, he  .  BOMBAY,    India (AP) — Pope make available to all people also had meetings with leaders marking a raise from the 1963 ^aa^ met today with leaders those goods which are needed to of other Christian bodies. rate of $32.25    o{ ancient oriental religions and fulfill their human destiny and This increase is explained by told them a11 nlen must “begin to live lives worthy of the chil- R ” ? ers at resldence of the fact that a 4-mill levy was wor^ together to build the dren of God?”    |____,, .t y ‘We approved this year for the Mid- common future of the human vale School District in which race-Roswell is located.    I    Marking    a    new    dimension    in    must    come    together    with    our ’s Roman Catholic archbishop included bishops and He paused then added:    ,,«=    officials    of th Church f s h ““Ill".India, a historic merger involv- ing about a million Protestants Actually, the rate would have the outlook of the Roman Catho- hearts, in mutual understand-1 f fnrmpr|,, been *36.25, it    the one-mill    had    He Church, the Pope asked the    ing, esteem and love.”    Itll not been taken from the    cor-    sages of Hinduism, Islam, Bud-,’ On this, the second day of    his; A1 ' nrp„pnt    fpr pnm/orcafinno poration’s tax    rate, Martinelli    dhism, Zoroastrianism and oth-    historic four-day visit to India, lnit.„}p5    .    ..    Pnno    J?    J.™ added.    er non-Christian faiths: “Are we    where the Pone is bein*    rp.,initiated    by    the    Pope    were    rep- Weathervane YESTERDAY High 35    Low    30 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, cloudy 48 37 .44 Chicago, cloudy .... 33 31 .24 Cleveland, snow ... 33 30 .39 Los Angeles, clear . 66 52 .. Miami, rain ........ 76 70 T New' York, cloudy . 38 34 .. Pittsburgh, rain .... 35 31 .44 St. Louis, cloudy ... 36 28 .23 San Fran., clear ... 61 52 .. Washington, cloudy 42 35 .06 T—Trace TODAY 7 a.rn....... 35 If Roswell officials continue to refuse to submit a budget, the commission warns that it will probably continue to reduce the tax levy, since it has no means of determining the financial needs without a budget. The commission expects to determine the 1964 tax rates for Strasburg Corporation and er non-Christian faiths: “Are we where the Pope is being re-not all one in this struggle for a ceived with a welcome of phe- See TOGETHER, Page 18 Additional Pay Hikes Okayed; Senate On Job By PHIL GUNBY COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -Some more pay raises and a proposal to increase state representatives’ terms from two to four years have been approved by the Ohio House. Also involved are proposed annual sessions of the Legislature. This done, most members of the House headed for home through rain and snow late Wednesday, leaving the leaders to conduct skeleton sessions today and Friday. These will he to receive bills passed by the Senate, which plans to work through Friday. Thus, predictions that this special session would last five weeks, and wind up about two weeks before Christmas, seem to be coming true. The Senate is expected to take up the $290 million bond issue proposal today and congressional redistricting Friday. The proposed bond issue is for water pipelines, two new prisons, building schools in “bedroom” suburbs and other places lacking industrial tax support, historical archives and sites, recreational facilities, juvenile institutions and airports in all counties for at least twin-engine airplanes. Congressional redistricting results from the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that a state’s lawmakers must represent districts as equal in population as possible Wednesday night, the Senate State Government Committee recommended out a bill which makes changes in almost every district outlined in the House-approved version. It was reported back to the [Senate floor in a quick evening session. That’s so that, under the rule calling for a two-day cooling-off period (which Democrats, who dislike the bill, declined to waive), it can be brought up at the earliest possible time—Friday. Senators acted on just one proposal Wednesday, adopting a resolution validating industrial See HOUSE, Page 22 Nc'town Girl Gets Top 4-H Scholarship Ridgewood School District Fri-i    daughter day. These tax rates do not ap-    a    S-    Wayne    Doisey pear on the official notice be- ^ 2, Newcomerstown, has ing presently advertised in the been named recipient of an while Mrs. Holderbaum remained in the automobile with the children. Upon returning, Holderbaum became alarmed, awoke the children and rubbed snow on their faces before going to the police station. Police took the children to the hospital emergency room. See ROSWELL, Page 2 Wip Hostetler Is Dead At 54 Hit-Skip Probed UHRICHSVILLE — Police I are continuing investigation in-1 I to a reported hit-skip accident this morning at 7:40 when a truck reportedly struck the cor-j ner of the W. B. Thayer Upholstery Shop at 453 Deers-iville Ave., damaging the build-Rain or freezing ing and an auto parked in the yard. PRECIPITATION Last 24 hours .49 inch SNOW Last 24 hours: 4 inches TOMORROW Sunrise............7:34 Sunset.............4:58 High 37    Low    34 Forecast: drizzle. $800 scholarship as the top winner in the national 4-H home economics scholarship program at the National 4-II Club Congress in Chicago. Miss Dorsey, who is working her way through Ohio State University, will receive the scholarship from Sperry and Hutchinson Foundation Inc. She in home extension. Normal Courthouse'Passage' Blocked To Stall Photo Work Employes and patrons at the Courthouse were somewhat mif- had no connection with Division ll activities. The election records being Fans Relieved! Economics Assn. and holds membership in the Agriculture and Home Economics College Council and Phi Upsilon Omicron, Home Economics honorary sorority. She also is a committee member of the Student Education Mary Jo Dorsey County Road 90 Open To Traffic of The Ohio Department Highways has approved construction of a and realignment Road 90 at the south edge of Mineral City. Russ Marshall, project engineer for the Coun ted today in being barred their copied are those for the $500 normal passageway through the million bond issue passed last Commissioners’ Office in the May for highway purposes, basement.    j    Although    not confirmed, it is Maintenance man Earl Ulrich believed the trio, on the request explained he had locked the 0f the Rhodes administration, is doors on either side of the of- seeking to pinpoint the “weak fice to prevent 3 State Highway spots” in the support of state-Department employes from us- wide bond issues, ing the place to photostate elec- j Another bond issue request is tion tabulations tor the county now being pushed through the obtained trom the Board of qju0 Legislature and the coun-Election office next door.    jy reCords probably will be used Perturbed Democrats were map a course of action for asking this morning what right additional support, state highway employes had to    __ 18 Stopping Days till Christmas LONDON (AP) — Beatle drummer Ringo Starr rested comfortably without his tonsils today while his British fans recovered from a severe case of post operative shock. “Ringo Starr’s toenails were successfully removed this morning, the British Broadcasting Corporation announced in its first newscast after the operation Wednesday. Alarmed that the surgeons had knifed the wrong end of their idol, thousands of fans jammed the BBC switchboard. Hasty apologies were made in later newscasts. “I misread the item, said announcer Roy Williams, “it happens to all of us and I bet Ringo is glad I’m not his surgeon.” The post office, which operates Britains telephone system, put on relays of five girls to switch callers inquiring for Bingos state of health to a recorded bulletin. Ringo, 24, lay in red pajamas in a fifth floor room of London’s University College Hospital. One Briton who had no sympathy for him was Joyce Cullen, 36, across town in West Harrow, Her phone number is Byron 2332, just a slip of the dial from the Ringo bulletin service on Covent Garden 2332. Her phone rang continuously. “Ringo’s tonsils? she said. “They’ve made my life hell.” WALNUT CREEK - Wilbur „ , (Wip) Hostetler, 54, well-known e(.,.no.,,i(.„ and service manager of Moomaw *j    Ac(jve in    affai    she Sons Chevrolet garage at    Sag-    js preslden,    ot    the    ohio    state art leek Hie last 18 years,    died    chapter of    the American Home of a heart attack early    this    - morning in the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John (.Sally) Schie of here. Born here, he was a son of Alex and Jane Miller Hostetler. lie was a member of the United Church of Christ, here, the Stinesville Knights of Pythias and was an active bowler. Surviving are his widow, the *..v,  ----  —    v,    Dietpfj n months in arlvancP nf i“v' w “1V,‘     ®    mal    uncut nave inane a lema- former Violet Kaser; 5 sisters, a member of the Good Neigh- p    f    a11    day yesterday and were on    rive distribution of the monies, rger of RD (bors Home Economics 4-H Club j ^ skinner of Belmont was th6 SC(?ne aKain t(xlay’ prepar*    ‘’hose to withhold Dublica- the contractor. use time and equipment paid for by the state in order to conduct political business. The 3 men doing the photostatic work were Harry Alexan-the    der 0f 236 5th Dr. NW, New new    bridge    Philadelphia, and Louis Craw- of    County    *ord °f Big Prairie, roadside park superintendent, and Alton Fidler of Carrollton. A former worker at the State Highway Department also de Classified Tax Split Delayed Allocation of the classified property tax money for 1965 to county libraries and the mu- .    „    .    n    ..***,_____j __________________ nicipal and county governments A„,n    unrf    QPprptQr„    tho engineer    Department, an-    cjarecj ^at the    photostat    ma-    is expected to be* completed to- Assn.    and    secretary    of    the jounces; the    road is reopened    chine beng used    ^as one    from    day> ^Auditor Donald Kinsey Home Economics Student-! ac-; to traffic.    .    the    State    Highway    Department    said this morning, ulty Council.    The *68,507 project was start- offite    •    Treasurer    Victor The attractive coed has been ,st„sunim.?r *as comI The 3 men had been working Martinelli have made a tenta- mmmwmmm ON THE WBK ak    '    a.    /' Dear Abby ...... Your Horoscope . I N S I D t -rn .27 .29 tion time and that their action Mrs. Homer Hershberger I and Mrs. Owen B. Maust of 12 years and has carried proj-Sugarcreek, Mrs. Len Hersh- ects in clothing, food, personal berger and Mrs. Ralph Zook of accounting, conservation entom-here and Mrs Alvin Schloneg- ology, junior leadership, safety er of Louisville, and a grand- and recreation. She earned sev-son. A daughter and a sister eral county awards in these preceded him in death.    programs and was a Fair queen Services will be held Satur- and dress revue winner. day at 1:30 p.m. in the United While attending Newcomers-    *our horoscope  ...........zw    pOQCj |jcenses Due Church of Christ with Rev. Ed- town High, Miss Dorsey car-    Around The World ..........18    wmmrci Fowler of the New ward A. Rebmann officiating, ried a 3.94 scholastic average    Goren On Bridge ...........29    philadelphia City Health Dept. Burial will be in the Walnut and was selected Homecoming obituaries ...................    2    reminded store and dairy own- Creek Cemetery. Friends may Queen her senior year. She a1- Television ...................20    ers today that licenses must be call at the Lingier Funeral so was a class officer and a    purchased before Jan. I. He Home in Sugarcreek Friday member of the National Honoi ■    •••••    ......... sai(1 licenses include those for from 6 to 9 and at the church Society.    Womens lagos  li-ij-u    servjc€ operations, coffee Saturday from ll a.m. until the Upon graduation from OSU    Dr. Crane ...................27    aIKj fruit vending machines, time of services.    I    she hopes to become a teacher. Dr. Alvarez .................29    grocery store* and dairies. again today, prepar- but Chose to withhold publican ing the photostat copies. They tion of the amounts until they had used the Commissioners’ had consulted with Prosecutor Office until they were barred Harlan Spies the third member by Ulrich.    0f Budget Commission. Division ll officials said the s ies has heen tied up in a 3 men were on their own vaca- mansiaughter trial in Common Pleas Court morning. since Monday DAY BRIGHTENER Beyond the Alps lies Italy, and behind the billboards lies America. ;

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