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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - December 16, 1964, Dover, Ohio Official' Phila Family Appears At Odds On City's Financial Picture By Joe Woerdeman Daily Reporter Staff Writer A proposed 1965 budget, including pay increases for city employes, has been submitted to New Philadelphia’s City Council without referral to the city auditor or treasurer. At a special session on Nov. 30, Council asked Mayor Joe Pritz to prepare such a budget, trying to work in salary increases despite an expected 1964 fund deficit that will reduce monies available for 1965 appropriations. Council at that time suggested the mayor first establish pay raises of $50 monthly for all city employes, and then by paring other expenditures in the various department funds, balance appropriations with estimated revenue for 1965. At last Monday’s regular Council meeting, Pritz announced he had prepared the budget as requested and distributed copies of the proposal to Council members. Another special session to discuss the matter was called for 7:30 p.m., next Monday. After Monday’s meeting, Auditor Charlotte White and Treasurer Gamon Thomas both stated they were not consulted by the mayor in working out the new budget. In fact, as of Tuesday, they still had not been giv en copies of the proposal, they said. Together they are the elected officials who control and account for receipt and expenditure of tax money. For a number of months., the mayor has openly taken excep tion to the auditor’s method of handling of finances and on several occasions has challenged the accuracy and correctness of her accounts of appropriated monies. At last Monday’s Council See FINANCES, Page 31 There's more in The Reporter for Women Readers The Daily Reporter VOL 61. NO. 133.    36    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Wednesday, December 16, 1964 HOME EDITION NOW READ BY 12,000 FAMILIES PHONE 4-2167    7    CENTS NATO Power Is Sufficient —McNamara By TOM OCHILTREE PARIS (AP) — Defense Secretary Robert S. McNamara said today the North Atlantic Treaty Organization now is so powerful in nuclear and conventional power that further large-scale investments in such weapons are unnecessary. McNamara told NATO ministers that, generally speaking, present force goals of the alliance are adequate to meet aggression. Except for a few countries, he Goshen Local 4-Mill Levy Cut Requested said, increases in national defense budgets now are not needed. McNamara painted a rosy picture of the power and capability of the 15 North Atlantic countries to defend themselves against possible Communist aggression. The United States, he said, has more than 800 interconti-Goshen Local School District nental ballistic missiles plus Board officials today formally more than 300 other nuclear adted the County Budget Com- missiles aboard Polaris subma-mission to remove the addition- rines at the service of NATO. a1 4-mill levy approved in the Additionally, hundreds of Amer-Nov. 3 election from the dis- ican aircraft are capable of triet’s 1964 tax duplicate. j carrying out intercontinental County Auditor Donald Kinsey operations with nuclear explo- Deadly Winds Churn Gigantic Snowstorm State Senator-Elect Danny Johnson (left) and State Representative-Elect William Hinig (right) will, in all likelihood, be joined by ll. S. Rep. Wayne Hays in providing Tuscarawas County a voice in government. ★ ★ Ex-Policeman Hays Addresses Asks To Return 200 County Dems said today he received a letter sives. dated Dec. 15 and signed by Richard C. Latture, executive head, and Mrs. Norma Renicker, school district clerk. The letter stated that school board was, through mis- to correspondents Information or misunderstand- By Norm Singleton Daily Reporter Staff Writer Larry R. Schneiter, 27, a Dover patrolman for 3 years, has McNamara spoke at a closed submitted an application to re-meeting of the NATO ministers turn to the force.    rousing    verbal    punches of meeting in their annual winter The request is expected to be “red-ink” party a LeMoyne Luthy, Safety Di-1 little more fluid last night, rector William Sweitzer and I Some 200 leaders and workers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A tremendous winter storm, described by the Weather Bureau as almost unprecedented, struck with record cold and blinding snow in the nation’s Northwest today. Shrieking winds, with gusts up to 95 m.p.h., pressed eastward toward the Great Lakes, back toward the Pacific, and down into the central Plains and Mississippi Valley, i    hoH    I    The    great    mass    of arctic air bopped the temperature to 34 degrees below zero at Great Ed Schoelles Dies; Served City, Paper already carved up Ohio into A too st to vietorv sniked bv G0P strongholds and that any A toast to victory, spiked ii. furthcr shifting of area to pc- the ?essi0" ,t0 revieY allianoe Prob-: considered this week bv Mayor1 Democrats^’    ,h®    C0Unty “IC lems. His remarks were relayed (,    uemuLiaia this to as sure Republican perpetuation could backfire. He said the legislature is re-juggling the entire state. Throwing up his hands in exile stated: “I don’t “under the impression that McNamara made it clear that Acting Police Chief Raymond! gathered in New Philadelphia know^vhat’U come out additional millage would the strength of the United States Ries    I    Elks Auditorium to hear Hays See NATO POWER, Page 2 I at 147 W. 8th St., Dover. not go into effect if the consoli-;was not deployed merely to de-dation of the Southern Local fend American territory. The School District passed.’’    vast    American nuclear arsenal, Though the consolidation did he was quoted as saying, is tar-pass also at the last election, geted with equal priority on the 4-mill levy was still placed communist installations threat-on the Goshen School District ening both Western Europe and tax duplicate. When objection was raised _____ last week, Kinsey consulted Ohio Department of Taxation SUPT. HONAKER SAYS: authorities and was advised that |- — the levy could be removed at the request of the particular taxing authority. Kinsey said this morning that he would meet with Treasurer Victor Martinelli and Prosecutor Harlan Spies, other mem- ,    .....    , at a $10 a plate fund-raising Hies yesterday said that under (jinner partially wiping out a p f’lvil Xprvirp fnmmisQmn    •.    ,    .    .. $6,000 deficit, caused by Nov. 3 the Civil Service Commission laws Schneiter has one year election spending from the date he quit to reapply. Schneiter’s resignation was effective Aug. 16. Turning to the $2-million Atwood Inn project, Hays cited the benefits that will be derived See DEM PARTY, Page 2 Falls, Mont. At Helena, where the wind whipped more than 2 inches of snow in a -22 temperature, a Weather Bureau meteorologist said “venturing out of doors is considered dangerous unless a person is thoroughly prepared.” New snow measured one to five inches in the northern half Columbus this morning to con Edward Schoelles, retired business manager of The Daily Reporter and onetime city official, died Tuesday night in Union Hospital after a lengthy illness. He was 79. A native of Dover, he served a number of years on City Council and was its president for 2 years. Twice he held the post of safety director, the last time during the mayoral term of the late Simon Kappeler. During 1930-31, Schoelles also was the city’s relief administrator. As safety director, he figured several times in a Blue Law controversy involving attempts of movies in Dover to operate on Sundays. Schoelles joined The Daily Re-The State Personnel Board of porter in the early 1930’s as eir-Review opened its hearing in culation manager and later be- State Board Opens Review Of 'Layoffs' of Minnesota. Strasburg Area Not'Ripe' For School Consolidation Hays covered several subject; areas in his 30-minute talk, in-„ .    terspersed    with    timely barbs . Ile!.erJ^ marnld and llves,aimed at the GOP. And count!.; ans listened attentively, for Hays conceivably is their next representative in Washington. | Under one of the proposed j redistricting plans, Tuscarawas County would switch to an expanded 18th District, now comprising Columbiana, Carroll, Jefferson, Harrison and Belmont Counties STRASBURG — If residents    student, for services    of    the hers of the Budget Commission,    in the local school district have    County Board of Health    for    1965 as soon as convenient in order    ideas about consolidation, the    only, and authorized    the    at- Decision Made In Sunday Sale, But What Is lf! Central District Court Judge _____ „„„„    ,    ,    ...    .,    . Clarence Ferrell has made a de- Montana, Wyoming and the Da- year.s service Wlth depart- came business manager. He held that position until his retirement in September, 1958. Following his graduation from Dover High in 1930, he became an office boy for the old Amer- sider an appeal by 4 Tuscarawas Road and Bridge Depart-The cold spread west into ment employes who were laid Washington State and south and off by Engineer Charles Young east into Wyoming and South last Nov. 14. Dakota. Drifting snow closed    j garj Allison of Columbus was    ican    Sheet    &    Tin    Plate    Co.    and schools and roads in some areas    , presiding when Young took the    later>for    19    years»    was    foreman °*    Idaho: stand at 10:45 as the first wit* * and Washington.    ness The Weather Bureau said to- j The 4 Ermlle Dennis KD 2. New Philadelphia, Don- CTws belovv zero and tonieht’s    ald Seward and WilUam Law' tows ZlI drop to liround 40    Ver of Somerdale and Frank below. The spreading storm prompted heavy snow warnings for of its roofing department. He remained with the plant until it closed down in 1931. Active for many years in civic endeavors, he served on the board of trustees of Union Hos- Miller of Gilmore, are classified P‘tal; was president of Dover as equipment operators and gave a combined total of 50 to take action on the request.; chances of it becoming a reality If the 4 mill levy is removed, are slim, at least in the near It will mean a $4 reduction for future. every $1,000 valuation for all; In essence, this is what Dr. taxpayers within the Goshen Linton Honaker, county school School District, Kinsey report- J superintendent, told members ed today. $22,3/7 Crash Suit Is Filed tendance of Ilelmick at the American Assn. of school Administrators in Atlantic City in Feburary. John Brannon, high school of the Board of Education at principal, told the board of last night’s meeting in the high plans for a proposed member-school conference room.    ship in the North Central Assn. Honaker said that during a re* °1 Colleges and .Secondary sc-cent conference with the State h°°ls and said that first physical Department of Education he was;Vacation facilities must be advised that state officials can- generally upgraded. not anticipate or encourage any J consolidation plans for Stras-Wavne Stephan of 232^ Ray burg-Franklin School District in St. NW, New Philadelphia, has the immediate future. filed a $22,377 damage suit in Common Pleas Court against Harold F. Billeter of RD 2, as a result of alleged auto accident injuries. In his petition, Stephan claims The decision is based on figures in a study on the estimated growth of the district. Honaker also explained the service and function the county board will emphasize in the! A resolution was adopted urging non-member boards in the region and the state to affiliate with the Ohio School Assn. which is in its loth year. An organizational meeting of the board will be held Jan. 5 at 7 p.m. in the conference room. That particular plan, as the cision in the Sunday sales case kotas, and cold wave warnings meAn** T ,    „    .    0 , F    F    1    -    ~      &    Atty.    John    Bowers of Colum bus, representing the Central Ohio Public Employes, District congressman mentioned, would of Sam Hassin, but he won’t re- from the Pacific Northwest to make his district the second lease it — that is until 2 p.m. the Mississippi Valley, largest in the state, in popula- \ today.    A    van carrying nine    prisoners f, ..    . tion as well as in area. Scratch- “We have our reason,” Clerk from the county jail in Seattle, au,ncf . ’ 1S a^ g the aping Carroll County from the list,’of Court Marge Burlison said at Wash., to a reformatory tipped P    *    e workers- the proposal would add Tusca-ill today when questioned about rawas and Noble, Columbiana, the delay in announcing the ver-Monroe and Guernsey Counties, dict. He termed it “lame duck” rymandering. ger- The Reporter learned at noon today that Judge Ferrell planned to confer with Prose-The congressman brought re- cutor Harlan Spies first, districting to the attention of his; Maximum fine for a first of-New Philadelphia audience at fense conviction of the contro-1 the outset of his talk, stating: ;versial Ohio Blue Laws section! “May I say if the Legislature:of the state code is $25 and! doesn’t change    its mind —    costs. again — I hope you will be | Hassin, who operates the just as happy as I will be to; II & A Drug Store in New Phila-have you in the    18th District,    delphia,    is charged with    permit- “I don’t quite understand the    ting the    sale of    Christmas    cards problem of the    State Legisla-    in his store on    Nov. 22. ture,” he added, saying he told, There is little doubt that an over on a snowy highway, but officials took no chances — a tow truck righted the vehicle See DEADLY WINDS, Page 2 Weathervane YESTERDAY Assistant Prosecutor James Thomas and County Court Judge-Elect Socrates Space, named as special counsel to as- See REVIEW, Page 2 Rotary and exalted ruler of Dover Elks Lodge. He also was a member of Masonic Lodge, F. & A.M., and First Moravian Church. A son of the late Fred and Sarah Keppler Schoelles, he is survived by his widow, Ida. Services will be held Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the Toland-Her-zig Funeral Home with Rev. Gordon Stoltz officiating. Interment will be in Dover Burial Park. Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9. a reporter last spring in Wash SALES, he was a passenger in a taxi teachers’ recruiting plan, driven by William B. Hodge He will be guest speaker Jan. last Feb. 19 when it stopped to 14 at 8 p.m. for a PT A meeting, discharge passengers in the 900 block on Tuscarawas Ave. NW. An auto driven by Billeter allegedly rammed the taxi, forcing it off the street on to a resident’s lawn. Stephan claims he suffered permanent injuries to his neck and head and impairment of his mental functions to such extent that he has been unable to work. He asks $1,537 for hospital and In other business, the board delayed action on the possibility of a school savings plan that would be initiated through the local savings and loan bank. Supt. M. R. Helwick told the board he will make an application through the state division of transportation for the purchase of a school bus based on a bid of $7,295 by Haas Chevro- medical costs and $20,000 for let. damages suffered through loss j The board also approved pay-of work and wages.    iment of $408, or 50 cents per I On The I Ford Most Optimistic On 1965 Auto Sales .... Page 8 She Hopes Next Move Is Home .......... Page    14 99-Pound Weakling On The Way Out ---- Page    19 Baseball Gets $12.2 Million TV Plum Page 20 Phila Retiree Has Interesting Hobby ...... Page    21 LBJ Plans Prime Nighttime Union Message . . Page 24 Dear Abby ..................33; Television ...................‘IO Your Horoscope .............331 Sports..................19    &    20 Around The World...........311 Women’s    Pages........16 & 17 Goren On Bridge ............33! Dr. Crane ...................35 Obituaries ...................2    Dr. Alvarez .................33 High 23 Low 14 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear . 42 18 .. Chicago, clear ..... 31 26 .. Cleveland, cloudy .. 23 16 .. Los Angeles, cloudy 70 49 .. Miami, cloudy ..... 76 63 .. New York, cloudy .. 36 23 .. Pittsburgh, clear ... 24 15 .. St. Louis, clear — 43 36 .. San Fran., cloudy .. 54 49 .. Washington, cloudy . 40 21 .. TODAY 7 a.rn.......... 19 SNOW Last 24 hours .. Trace TOMORROW Sunset .......... .. 4:59 High 36 Low 35 Forecast: flurries. Cold, windy, snow Illness Cancels DW I Jury Trial scheduled to start Thursday morning. Limbaugh also is his counsel. That case also has been delayed for nearly a year for various reasons. Prosecutor Harlan Spies will the state in both Christmas Services Announcements of Christmas services in churches next Sunday should be in The Daily Reporter editorial office no later than 2 p.m. Thursday for publication Friday. They also should include Christmas Eve programs. The DWI case of Paul Lampe of RD I, Beach City, never got off the ground yesterday in Northern District Court as defense Atty. Arthur Limbaugh “reported off sick.” Everyone was in readiness at | represent I p.m. when Clerk of Court Vir- j cases, ginia Ross received the call that j — added another delay to the jury trial which has dragged on for over a year. Judge Charles Eckert then dismissed a panel of 17 prospective jurors, telling them they [ UHRICHSVILLE — Mrs. Paul probably would be recalled af- Roth of 616 Gorlev St. yester-ter Jan. I to hear the case. day reported to police the theft Others subpoenaed included: of Christmas decorations from Cpl. C. W. Robison of Bucyrus, her garage. She did not request who made the arrest when he an investigation, was stationed at the New Phil- Richard Stull of 515 W. 3rd adelphia post on Dec. 7, 1963; st. reported at 3:50 p.m. that R. O. Pfau of Columbus, a state someone had broken the iock on | chemist who examined an intox- his door and removed weather o-meter test, and Mayor C. Le- stripping. Police set damage at Yule Decoration Theft Reported BUYS FIRST RADIO STAMP-Charles Murray (left), president of the Tusco Radio Club, purchased the first amateur radio postage stamp (lower right) from Dover Postmaster Cliff Haglock this morning. The stamp was issued by the Post Office Department in honor of the nation's radio "hams". The stamp commemorates the excellent work done by radio amateurs during the Alaska earthquake and the hurricanes in the south earlier this year. ■hppinq Dag: IrCHRISTHAS Moyne Luthy of Dover, who is a state patrol auxiliaryman and was riding with Robison at the time. Miss Ross said Limbaugh’s secretary told her that the at $3. Faces Conduct Count UHRICHSVILLE - Charges torney had fainted when he left of intoxication and disorderly his home to head for the trial, conduct were filed in mayor’s Limbaugh also advised that court against James L. Shaw, Lampe should obtain a new at- 40, of 103 Center St., Dennison, torney.    by his ex-wife Maryl Hankins of The illness of Limbaugh also here. She claims Shaw broke will delay the start of another down the door of her home. DWI^sase, this one against Will- j Shaw is in jail pending hearing and Blair of Dover. It had been before Mayor Robert Croniser. ;