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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - December 8, 1964, Dover, Ohio Phila School Advisory Unit Urges Stone Creek Acceptance hers last night was the New, cial problem exists now and that; ask the residents of the New, school setup, was compiled by Philadelphia School District will the annexation of Stone Creek-1 Philadelphia District for more members within the last IO days onri hmm a Hofinif ana oh TAffnrcnn will nnf ho fho rou. mnnpv to continue the best od- at the board’s ferniest. By James Davis Daily Reporter City Editor With an eye toward New Philadelphia’s future as the basis, the Citizens Advisory Committee to the New Philadelphia Board of Education last night recommended acceptance of the annexation of the Stone Creek Jefferson School District to New Philadelphia. The board indicated it will give considerable weight to the 3-page CAC survey when it meets Dec. 21 to consider a decision on whether to accept or reject the annexation, approved by a 197-176 margin in the Nov. 3 election at Stone Creek. Final hurdle prior to the board’s decision was last night’s County Board of Education certification of the vote. This gives the New Philadelphia board 30 days in which to act, but a decision is expected Dec. 21. County Supt. Linton Honaker delivered the certification to New Philadelphia school officials this morning. One major point emphasized by both CAC and board mem- AAA£,AAW    "    V.ACA.A    W^A^A.A Philadelphia School District will the annexation u* end 1964 with a deficit and ad- Jefferson will not be the rea-ditional millage will be need-son used for requesting eddied in 1965 to continue the ex- tional funds, isting program. Several of the board mem-1 “Whether Stone Creek is an-bers pointed out that the finan-jnexed or not, we will have to fry L’miaaeipnia uisinci ior more memoers wiimn me last J' money to continue the best cd- at the board’s request. ucation of their children that chuck Voshall, chairman of we possibly can»    p0'    the CAC study group, outlined wa">    Pres[^en^    S-Jte    •    tfie advantages and disadvant- The CAC report, based on a    b study of Stone Creek’s present See PHILA SCHOOLS, Page S The Reporter ... A Clear Independent Voice For The County The Daily Reporter VOL 61. NO. 126.    20    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Tuesday, December 8, 1964 HOME EDITION ★ NOW READ BY 12,000 FAMILIES PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTSDover Council Okays Pay Measure Ward's May Open On Sundays A store manager, who was among the first to file charges against a fellow merchant for alleged illegal Sunday sales, may open himself up for a similar action. Yesterday an informed source told The Daily Reporter that Montgomery Ward’s Miracle Lane Plaza store would be open this Sunday and the Sunday prior to Christmas. Ward’s store here is managed by George L. Purple, who, on Nov. 23, filed the first of 3 complaints lodged against the Plaza’s Gray Drug for Sunday sales. Sunday opening is apparently in line with present Ward policy, which has stores throughout the state open for business. The decision to open the local outlet on 2 Sundays, according to The Reporter source, ema nated from higher up in the store’s chain of command. Purple, reportedly in Chicago today, stated Monday afternoon that “no decision has been made,” referring to the possible Sunday opening of his store. He added: “We’re going to wait and see.” The “wait and see” verdict in all probability hinges on the outcome of this Friday’s 4 hearings, involving as many differ ent merchants who have been charged with the illegal Sunday sales. Three of the hearings — Clair McCord of Gray Drug, Robert Button of The Hobby Shop and Mrs. Fannie Marlowe of Marlowe Drug — will take place in Northern District Court. The fourth, Robert Hassin of H & A Drug of New Philadelphia, will be heard in Central District. County Board Okays Transfer Of Rush Pupils James Marquand ★ Jim Marquand Gets District 4-H Agent Post James W. Marquand, county 4-H extension agent the past 12 years, will resign Dec. 31 to direct 4-H activities in a district comprising Tuscarawas, Coshocton, Harrison, Carroll and Jefferson counties. Marquand was I of 3 Ohioans honored for outstanding 4-H work at a recent national convention in Dallas. He and his wife, Lillian, and their 2 children, Margaret and Terry', will continue to reside in RD 2, New Philadelphia. His office will be located in either New Philadelphia or Dover. Marquand also is active in the Lions Club, the New Philadelphia Garden Club, Grange and Farm Bureau and Jerusalem United Church of Christ. A Coshocton native, he owned and operated a turkey farm In that county prior to coming to this area. Ile is a graduate of Ohio State University and has a master’s degree in poultry science. In addition, he recently took graduate work in youth education at Ohio University. Ile is a member of Epsilon Sigma Phi and Gamma Sigma Delta honorary national fraternities. The new post, the result of a statewide re-organizational program to bring specialists in various fields doser to the public, will find Marquand doing su-pervisional, educational and promotional work. Jack Hill, presently the agriculture agent in Harrison County, has been slated to work with him in the district, developing natural and physical resources of the area. The re-organizational proposal states that all counties in Ohio will be reduced to 2 Sec MARQUAND, Page 2 By Pete Groh Daily Reporter Staff Writer Transfer of Rush Local School District students to 2 newly-cre-ated consolidations was approved last night during a regular meeting of the County Board of Education. School Supt. Linton Honaker, who worked out details of the plan with the Rush Local Board of Education last Tuesday night, said more than a IOO of the district’s 143 students would go to the Twin City School District, with the remainder being sent to Southern Local Schools. Voters in Rush Local District, on Nov. 3, had turned down a Judge Denies New Trial In Nursery Suit Common Pleas Judge J. ll. La rn neck yesterday overruled the motion of Cincinnati Insurance Co. for a new’ trial in its suit against I & I Statewide Nurserymen of Dover. Previously, the judge had ruled against the insurance firms claim for $1,209 in damages from John and Chauncey Incarnate, proprietors of the nursery business. The firm alleged the nurserymen failed to exercise care in spraying shrubbery and bushes and damaged the home of George and Alberta Lidderdale in Canton on April 30, 1962. Lamneck ruled against the: firms motion which claimed that the original verdict and judgment was against the weight of evidence and that errors of law had been committed during the trial. proposal to transfer a western portion of the district to Gnad-enhutten-Clay and subsequently to Southern Local. New Murder Trial Ordered For Cantonian CANTON, Ohio (AP) —The Eighth District Court of Appeals reversed today the conviction of Robert K. Domer in the fire death of Howard F. Riddle and ordered a new trial for the onetime Canton businessman. The appeals court said the trial should have been in Wayne In other action last night, the instead of Stark County, where county board waded through a 45-year-old Domer w'as con-lengthy agenda, approving crea- victed of first-degree murder a tion of Southern Local and its year ago and sentenced to new board members and cer- death. Domer is in Death Row tifying the annexation vote of in ()hi° Penitentiary. Stone Creek-Jefferson District The ruling upset the decision to New Philadelphia.    of a three-judge panel that con- The resolution passed last vieted Domer of the April 23, night states the Rush transfer *963; slaying, will be made in May, 1965, or Riddle, 54 - year - old Akron shortly before the T\vin City T'ru>t peddler, was found dead School District comes into exis- in Domer’s burned automobile tence. When the transfer becomes effective, Honaker said, the Rush Local Board will be dissolved. in a field in Wayne County near the Wayne-Stark County line. Domer was accused of killing Riddle in an attempt to fake his own death so that his wife could collect some $228,000 in personal insurance. CAMPUS CAPER. Mario Savio, leader in the University of California freedom of speech movement, is dragged away by police after he attempted to seize a microphone following a talk against campus strife by President Clark Kerr yesterday at Berkeley. Savio was held for IO minutes and then permitted to make 2 announcements to students. (AP Wirephoto). Dover Man's Auto “I think it is a solution that will save us a fight down there.” Honaker told the board. Also present for the meeting were Vernis Charlton, Rush board president, Don Edwards, ar    in    n    I* board member, and Wayne rOUnd by r OllCG Harding and Howard Melzer, 2 An    auto,    owned    by    Lester interested Rush School District Haas    of 914    Cross    St.,    Dover, residents.    and stolen from 330 4th St. NW Honaker said a petition, pre- in New Philadelphia early this sented last August, lists 211 sig- morning, was recovered by po- ^enTof facts'* "alares.    ;lice at 7:18 a m. today, IO min-' Tj ,h n    ls    .    „    to the juvenile officers that “I don’t think anyone can feel ales after being reported miss- sili0T rIeived 7n indefinite damages and injuries have been jeopardized, Charlton said. In^,h o t auto was found suspension of his operator’s ii- compensated for an accident Honaker also noted that he inc comPact auI° uas touna  _____ Ort 24 in had entered into a verbal agree- abandoned at 4th and Ray Ave 4 Teen Drivers Lose Privileges Juvenile Court Judge Ralph! Berry is to report to the State Finley this morning took the Patrol in 2 months and produce driving privileges away from 4 evidence that he is capable of teenagers cited because of ac- operating a motor vehicle in a cidents and continued another safe manner, case until the arresting officer, appears in court with a state-1 Jerry L. Wade, 17, of RD I, Beach City, is to produce proof NW. loppinq Days till CHRISTMAS V ^Weathervane YESTERDAY High 31    Low    28 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear . 36 18    .. Chicago, snow ..... 28    27    .02 Cleveland, snow ... 29 26 .02 Los Angeles, clear . 67 43    .. Miami, cloudy ..... 73    63    .. New York, clear ... 30 24    .. Pittsburgh, snow ... 29 17 St. Louis, cloudy ... 38 28 San Frau., clear ... 60 55 Washington, dear . 34 24    .. TODAY 7 a.rn................29 RAINFALL Last 24 hours .01 inch TOMORROW Sunrise............7:38 Sunset.............4:58 High 40    Low    28 Forecast: Partly cloudy and a little warmer. ment with the Rush board that students in the 8th Grade or above can choose between either of the districts. He said the respective boards have agreed to pay the tuition, but that transportation would have to be paid by the keyS student or his family. Students transferring to the Southern District system will attend Gnadenhutten, beginning! next September See COUNTY BOARD, Page Keys Reported Lost cence for failure to stop within    (^ct- 24*    in w^c*1    aut0 assured clear distance filed by    rammed    the rear of another in- the State Patrol in an accident    lurin8 a    passenger. on Interstate 77 on Get. 18.    Judge    Finley told    the    youth Judge Finley originally had that after proof is presented his set an 8-week suspension. How- drives privileges will be re stored. Also J VUlViUUJ ViHMWI VV HI    TV    AVA* mu JUU^V costs afternoon he had lost a set of concerning his guilt and the in- were: Harry Potts of RD I told New ever the Massillon youth con-Philadelphia police yesterday; tinued to argue with the judge receiving suspensions definite suspension resulted. DAY BRIGHTENER Doctors say if you eat slowly you eat less; that’s particularly true in a large family. On The    .... George Haskins, 16, of 417 Grant St., Dennison, 6 weeks, *■ ■■-JP failure to yield the right-of-way resulting in an accident in New Philadelphia; Timothy M. Bow’en, 16, of RD Around The World ____ .... ll Television ......... I, Strasburg, 8 weeks, driving Dear Abby ............ ......17 Sports............. .....13 & 14 left of center and colliding with Your Horoscope ....... ......17 Women’s Pages ... .....IO & ll a truck Oct. 2 on County Road Goren On Bridge ...... ......19 Dr. Crane ......... 78. Obituaries ............. Dr. Alvarez ....... All were ordered to pay court Joint Committee Tackles Redistricting  Page Federal Income Tax Guide Off Press ...... Page LBJ May Back McDonald's Re-election .... Page Thousands Frozen Out Of Homes ........ Page Newcomerstown Employes Ask Hike ...... Page Burch Will Outline GOP Views . . .  ...... Page 2 3 4 6 6 12 costs. A charge of making an improper turn against Sharon Kief-fer, 16, of Somerdale, filed by the State Patrol, was continued by Judge Finley because of the absent of the arresting officer. .OI .02 GRIDDERS PICTURED AS DRUNKS IN HAREM Notre Dame Asks Film Banned NEW YORK (AP) - The University of Notre Dame has filed suit to block showing of a film it says depicts its football players as “undisciplined gluttons and drunks.” The Supreme Court action Monday against 20th Century-Fox’s “John Goldfarb — Please Come Home,” scheduled for its premiere here Christmas Day, I charges that showing the film would do “irreparable and immeasurable injury” to the Roman Catholic university. The film concludes with a football team financed by an Arab king — angry with the university because his son never made the Irish eleven — defeating Notre Dame. In the complaint, the Rev. Theodore M. Ilesburgh, university president, charges that the film and the novel of the same name “knowingly and illegally misappropriate, dilute and commercially exploit for their private profit the names, symbols, football team, high prestige, reputation and goodwill” of the university without its permission and over its objections. Father Ilesburgh maintained the film’s climax “is a scene in the king’s harem in which Notre Dame players, under the influence of harem girls, are depicted as undisciplined gluttons and drunks.” The studio, in a statement issued later, defended the film as “obviously a good-natured See FILM, Page 2 Hikes Effective With Pay Period Starting Dec. 28 With minor adjustments, Dover Council Monday night—after 60 minutes of listening time while they were being read alternately by Clerk Calvin Domer and President Arthur Hanni—suspended rules to pass 2 ordinances dealing with pay and benefits, respectively, for all municipal employes. Both are effective with the pay period beginning Dec. 28 of thi* year, and were established for the next 4 years, counting 1965 a* the first year. On the whole, the pay ordinance represents a 5 per cent across-the-board hike for most of the municipal employes. In some cases, the hike was more due to job evaluations and abilities. As amended, the pay ordi nance brought minor increases in various pay steps in 5 ranges; changed fund designations for payment in 3 categories, and indicated pay step alterations for 8 municipal employes. “We have made some changes in the pay ordinance which answer most of the objections raised,” Councilman-at-Large Eugene Bowers, who headed the finance committee engineering the big package, said prior to the reading, “and now see no reason why the ordinances cannot be passed tonight.” Fifty-five classifications are included in the ordinance, along with an 8-step plan of pay ranging from a lowest hourly figure of $1.25 to a high of $3.25, and the lowest biweekly figure of $120 to a high of $334.25. Starting with the first full payroll period in January, 1966, and with the first full payroll period of each succeeding year thereafter, all employes in each classification would be advanced to and be paid the next immediate pay step within the pay range of the particular classification of that employe, provided such employe has been I in the employ of the city for at least 6 months prior to pay increase date. Wrage increases for 1966 and thereafter are contingent on the favorable vote of a renewal of the 5-mill operating levy which expires in 1965 and will be sub- See DOVER COUNCIL, Page 6 f V-    I g ■    >.    -.I’*1 * ■ * "f A’*. • 7 Manslaughter Trial Opens The third traffic manslaughter trial within 30 days began this morning in Common Pleas Court. A jury of 7 women and 5 men was quickly seated to hear, the case of Carl E. Starrier Jr., 22, of Canton, charged with sec-1 ond-degree manslaughter in the I death of his uncle, James I Starcher, 43, also of Canton. Prosecutor Harlan Spies called as his first witness Mrs. Dorothy Lahmers of RD I, Port Washington. She testified she was driving the car which Starcher allegedly attempted to pass when his autq ran headon into one driven by Kenneth C. \ Blair Sr., on Route 21, south of Stone Creek, last Aug. 8. Mrs. Lahmers said she had stopped her car in order to let north-bound traffic clear before she turned left onto the Tunnel Hill Road. Starcher’s lawyer, Atty. Har-i ry Schmuck, on cross-examination, brought out the fact that there were no traffic control signs along the highway leading up to the scene of the accident except for one crossroad sign. Walter Frye ★ Walter Frye, MCD Official, IJ Dead At II Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Mclntire Funeral Home in Wooster for Walter Frye, 81, former New Philadelphia High chemistry instructor and Izaak W'alton League president, who had been chairman of the 3-man board of directors of the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District since Nov. 16, 1955. The well-knowTi educator was found dead in his parked car near Ravenna Sunday night. En route home after taking Mrs. Frye back to Atwater, where she teaches school, he apparently pulled off the highway and See FRYE, Page 2 Charges Filed In Abduction UHRICHSVILLE - Mrs. Lorena Shinaberry, 61, and daughter, Mrs. Joyce Frail, 28, both of 111 N. Main St. this morning pleaded innocent to child-abduction charges in Southern District Court. The counts were filed by Faye Clouse, another daughter, and allegedly stem from a divorce action earlier this year. Mrs. Clouse claims her 2-year-old son was taken by the pair. Judge Richard Musgrave did not set a hearing date this morning, but released the women on their own recognizances. Judge Musgrave said a motion has been filed by Mrs. Clouse asking for a change in custody of the child. Mrs. Frail and her mother are represented by Atty. Thad Bowers of New Philadelphia. ;

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