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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 20, 1964, Dover, Ohio County Road Workers Still Pactless After Long Confab By Joe Woerdeman    Municipal Employes, and Coun- Daily Reporter Staff Writer ty Engineer Charles Young Negotiations between the were snarled at the end of a County Road and Bridge Work- j 3-hour meeting yesterday in the er’s Union, Local 195, American Courthouse. Federation of State, County and! Union officials, with their adviser, Carl Holt, told Young that members of Local 195, at a meeting called for last night, | probably would vote against the new job classifications and wage scale proposed by the en-1 gineer at an April 21 meeting. Young refused to budge, pointing out his proposal had been asked for by the Local’s previous counsel, Atty. Robert Hastings', now reportedly in Washington. He also insisted the been discussed by the workers porarily), told Young most of in,” Laws said, “is money.’ new job classifications conform at a recent union meeting but the workers preferred retaining Holt contended the classifica-with those set by Civil Service no decisive vote taken.    the current job classifications tion proposed by Young was too regulations which govern the county road and bridge workers. The proposal had already Clyde Laws, who has re- and getting a “cross the board” confused, placed Leonard Simonetti as the raise in pay.    (Though    they did not say so. Local’s president (at least, tem-! “What we’re most interested See PACTLESS, Page 2 The Reporter Prints More Want Ads Than Any Other County Paper The Daily Reporter HOME EDITION « VOL. 60. NO. 265.    48    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Wednesday, May 20, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Familia* PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTSChildren’s Craves To Be Transferred Common Pleas Judge J. H. Lamneck today authorized County Commissioners to proceed with the removal of the bodies of 26 known children buried on the grounds of the former Children’s Home property in Dover. Lamneck ordered that whatever remains can be discovered shall be removed to the Maple Grove Cemtery in Dover and reburied in a common grave. A suitable memorial containing names of the children is to be erected, the judge ordered. He permitted a total cost of $2,000 for the transfer, with the money to be taken from the County General Fund. The court was acting on pc-1 MIAMI, Fla. (AP)—Cuba observed the 62nd anniversary of its independence from Spain today amid reports of sabotage and threats of armed action against the Communist dicator-ship of Fidel Castro. This was the day on which Manuel Ray, Castro’s first minister of public works, promised to be fighting in Cuba against his former chief. From Havana, The Associated Press reported that Cuban armed forces were placed on a state of alert and all military leaves were canceled. Then the telephone line went dead, not unusual for circuits between Cuba and the United States. The Miami exile colony was excited over the possibility that Ray, or one of two other groups, would make a raid on Castro’s island during the day. Headquarters of the three groups said only that they still plan to carry guerrilla warfare, sabotage and subversion to their homeland soon. A shortwave broadcast purse* ALERT, Page 2 Everhart stated following th* meeting: “This was one of the finest turnouts I have experienced, and it is indicative of the revitalization of the spirit and increased enthusiasm of the Republican party. ‘‘The Republican party will See GOF COMMITTEE, Page 2 This photo—taken from Dover Park—is graphic evidence of the rain and lightning that hit the area last night. The time-exposure shot, overlook ing the City of Dover, caught 4 zig-zaggy bolts as they crashed into hills southwest of the city. (Photo by Pete Groh) Horses Bolt, Wagon Kills Holmes Lad, 6 DAMAGE WAS NEGLIGIBLE It Huffed, And It Puffed The Dover patrolman vacancy may be filled by the end of this week if Safety Director William Sweitzer can find the qualified man from the present list of 2 candidates. Frederick Capozella of 500V& Broad St. was interviewed this morning by Sweitzer, Police Chief Garrison G. Groh and Capts. Joe Zahler and Kenneth Dafforn. Earlier this week Gail Herman of 218 W. 2nd St. was interviewed for the same position. Sweitzer stated this morning that he was not sure if the Civil Service Commission would submit another name to replace that of James Birtcher, presently a police deskman, who has accepted a position with the City Electric Field Division. Final selection of the patrolman will be made by Sweitzer. MILLERSBURG - Henry 5. Miller, 6, son of Eli and Amanda Yoder Miller, RD 2, was killed Tuesday about 4:30 pm. when he was thrown from a horsedrawn wagon and it ran over his head. He and his brother, Atlee, 4, were riding in the wagon, which was being driven by a hired hand, Henry A. Yoder, 16, when the horses bolted, throwing the brothers off. Atlee was thrown clear but Henry landed in the wagon’s path. Yoder remained on the wagon for approximately IOO feet, - at which time it struck a rock and broke apart. He suffered minor injuries. According to Holmes County Coroner M. Robert Huston, the boy died from multiple skull fractures. Surviving in addition to his parents are 2 sisters, Iva and Clara, and another brother, Jonas. A sister is deceased. Services will be held Friday at 9 p.m. in the home with Bishop Jonas M. Yoder officiating. Burial will be in Raber Cemetery in Mechanic Township. Friends may call at the residence. Hunter Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Judy Doll Trades Title For Marriage MASSILLON, Ohio (AP) -Judy Doll has resigned as Miss Teen-age America and will marry George Wolfe May 31 at First Baptist Church in Mount Pleasant, Mich. Wolfe, 20, is a junior at Central Michigan University. Judy, 17, graduates Monday from Fairless High at nearby Navarre. Succeeding Judy as Miss Teen-age America is Jeanine Zavrel, 16, of Falls Church, Va., who was first runner-up. Dover police arrested Larry D. Hall, 21, of 300 lith St. NW, New Philadelphia, for speeding on N. Wooster Ave. and driving with an expired 10-day tag at 8:05 this morning. Hall was clocked on the new radar unit installed Monday. However, according to Safety Director William Sweitzer, the purchase of the unit may have hit a snag today. Sweitzer received word this morning from City Auditor Derlin Miller that cost of the radar may exceed $1,000 which means that bids on the equipment would have to be obtained. Prior to today’s developments, it was understood that the radar could be purchased for $995 plus the old unit and that purchase of the unit could be made after Sweitzer’s approval of the contractural terms. Yesterday, James Hale, 27, of Columbus posted bond f $11.20 for speeding after he had been clocked on N. Wooster Ave. at 50 mph. CLINTON, IIL (AP) - U.S. Treasury agents have seized a stockpile of machine guns, flame throwers, mortars and explosives and arrested a onetime Illinois leader of “The Minutemen,’ a nationwide anticommunist group. The agents, who posed for weeks as middlemen for an unnamed foreign weapons buyers, said they paid $17,000 to Richard Lauchli, 37, for the arms in an abandoned barn. The agents also arrested Donald Sturgis, 36. An inventory showed at least IOO submachine guns, five 50-caliber tripod-mounted machine guns, a flame thrower, several 25-pound aerial bombs, several mortars, many automatic pistols and rifles, and ammunition for all the weapons. In addition, Treasury agents raided Lauchli’s home and confiscated more submachine gun* and another flame throw ti. Around The World Dear Abby ........ Dr. Alvarez ...... Dr. Crane  ..... Goren On Bridge Obituaries ........ Sports ............ Television ......... Women’s Pages .. Your Horoscope .. Volunteer firemen spray water into the burning attic of the Weber Pauli home near Shanesville. ;

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