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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - November 24, 1964, Dover, Ohio Grid Seasons Recapped Af Caraway, Strasburg Banquets—See Page 13 There's more in The Reporter for Women Readers The Daily Reporter VOL. 61. NO. 115.    20    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Tuesday, November 24, 1964 HOME EDITION ★ NOW READ BY 12,000 FAMILIES PHONE 4-2167    7    CENTS By KENNETH L. WHITING LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo (AP) — Belgian paratroopers swarmed down on Stanleyville today and seized virtual control of the rebel capital, but not be-foe about 50 foreign hostages were killed, including a U.S. missionary doctor, official reports said. U.S. transport planes flew in the paratroopers, and some of them were shot at and reported damaged. As the Belgians landed, white-led Congolese government soldiers attacked Stanleyville. The attacking troops moved quickly to free the rest of 1,613 foreigners held as hostages and marked for slaughter by the regime should their capital be attacked. Refugees flown to Leopoldville from Stanleyville said the rebels had killed Dr. Pau Carlson, medica misionary from Rolling Hills, Calif. He had been condemned as a spy, a charge denied by Washington. (The State Department in See STANLEYVILLE, Page ll Gabble Grooms' ! Gobbler By DAVE SMITH LOS ANGELES (AP) — The American ONLY POLICE, FIREMEN INCLUDED Special Session Mapped To Iron Protests On Phila Pay Proposal PLAZA TO CLOSE SUNDAYS Action Delayed In Sunday Sales A Trans-World airline jet with 72 persons aboard burns on the ground (top) at Rome's Fiumicino Airport. The jet skidded 1,500 feet into a steamroller (bottom), exploded and caught fire. Northern District Court Judge Charles Eckert said this morning that no hearings have been set or any further action taken as yet on charges filed in his court against 2 Miracle Lane Plaza merchants and a downtown Dover drug store Monday morning. Charges with unlawful Sunday sales are: TWA Takeoff Hampered By Engine 'Flop' Baltic, Garaway Explore Merger Bv GERALD MILLER ROME (AP) Adrian Scheetz and Harold weeks — apparently stemming Widder, presidents of Baltic and from the needs of the Baltic tv w ii Garaway school boards, re-1 District, i ans or a Spectjveiy) Wju meet Wednesday! The 2 boards have met twice session, with | advisor. In ad-; Institute of Hypnosis.    "*ht    wi'th    Tuscarawas    County    previously in joint mu    A    ,    ,    ,    .    j    w    .    Supt.    Dr.    Linton    Honaker    to    dis-    Dr. Honaker as ai Supt. cuss a possible consolidation of dition, a public meeting was Robert E. Button of 106 Canal Rd., Dover, operator of the Hobby Shop and Gray Drug, both in the Plaza, and Marlowe Drug Store on W. 3rd St. Because of a second degree manslaughter trial currently in progress requiring the services of both Prosecutor Harlan Spies and his aide, James Thoms, charges against 2 New Philadelphia firms, H & A Drug and Turrin Discount, have not been filed. Eckert this morning stated he has made an effort to contact Spies, but because of the trial has been unable to reach him. The judge said he has learned that the prosecutor intends to talk with those involved in the charges, adding that he will take no action until he is briefed on the results. In a prepared statement issued this morning by Harold R. Radi, president of Miracle Lane Plaza Assn. concerning in a burst of Thanksgiving spir- jetliner which exploded Monday it, has some advice that should developed engine trouble at the \be'Ysrtoridistrict!  heidTn Baltic'sunday toTxplain I misconception about stores make turkeys grateful until they    .J    The    merger possibility, dis- the present situation    and possi- there remaining open on 4 Sun- die - if turkeys Witt excuse the ;<l>e pilot s effort to abort the run atssei and then dropped 7 hie future plans. I caused the plane to veer to the right and hit a steamroller. expression. The institute says you should Forty-five persons perished in "7ned hypnotize the birds before you the explosion, among them 26 kill them.    Americans. Among the survi- Dr. William J. Bryan Jr. ex- vors were 13 Americans. The plains that the method is both piane carried 73 persons, more humane and conducive to TWA headquarters in Paris better-tasting turkey.    issued a preliminary accident Bryan, the institute’s execu- report in which the airline said tive director, explains that tur- the steamroller ignited fuel keys, just like people, get over- spilling from the plane, causing wrought when faced with vio- the explosion, lence and their suprarenal Work crews began recovering glands pump out energy-giving bodies from the plane’s wreck-adrenalin to help them meet the age at the end of runway 25. demands of the crisis.    “From    the evidence at hand. years ago when the Caraway! Baltic, with a high school en-Dtstrict was being formed, has'rollment of 99 and total enroll-momentum in recent ment of 434, was approved “for I the present” by the State De Identification Is Positive In Chalky's Death partment of Education last I spring, with strong recommendations that the school board I “aggressively seek district reorganization.” The report further stated that the problems and shortcomings of the school were due largely to the small enrollment, lack of resources and limitations of services and facilities. Positive identification of the Officials of the Gp*away Dis- , *    ...    .    .    „ „ „ „ _    ,    t    nu    itnct,    which    was    not    considered Thus, turkeys that meet vin- he aircraft began a normal skeletal remains of Charles    ^    maJor    diracumes lent deaths while in a state of takeoff on runway M. r rom pre- (Chalky) McMasters, 79, found by the stat' report, have taken panic will have adrenalin in I,rn,nary crew reportk No. 4    *    J    - their blood. This makes them engine pressure ratio dropped to    J    \    °    ^ less tasty, says Bryan.    zero at some point early in the the oun -v Gome, sou h o    ew, y gg:    g    - Philadelnhia has been made bv then consolidation, but are not According to Bryan, heres see ENGINE ‘FLOP’, Page ll 1 niiaaeiPnid> ndS ^en mdae I — .-ai- CAC To Weigh Phila Attitude In School Move some suggestions on how to mesmerize your gobbler: 1. Hold the bird to the ground, talking softly to it. Press its head gently to the ground and draw a straight chalk line away from Its beak. The turkey wiil remain motionless — it says here. 2. Do Step I but use white string instead of chalk. 3. Tuck the bird’s head under Its wing. It will go to sleep. Yes, you’ll have to take the head out again to chop it off, but tile bird will be in a better mood. 4. Put    your hand over its    the proposed annexation of    Home    in Uhrichsville with Rev. eyes. The    turkey, being among    stone Creek - Jefferson School    Glenn    Brunsteter officiating. the least    intellectual of birds,    District to New Philadelphia.    Burial    will be in Union Ceme- wiil think    it’s nighttime and go    Although approved by Stone    tery. to sleep.    Creek voters last Nov. by a' Dr. Bryan did not comment    slim 197-176 margin, the New on what to do if, say, you’re a    Philadelphia board still must commercial poultry raiser,    make the decision to accept or You’d get pretty sick of running    reject the annexation, around playing peek-a-boo with    The County Board of Educa- 10,000 or so birds, and you could tion is expected to certify the! vote at its Dec. 7 meeting, giv-    Members of New Philadel- ing the New Philadelphia board phia’s special planning commit-30 days in which to make a tee and City Council met last decision.    |    night with the second of several CAC members will be asked consultant engineering firms to to “measure the feeling” J be interviewed for proposals on (toward the move and report city planning and revision of A billfold containing $1,300 in back to the board.    zoning laws, checks, $45 cash, driver’s Ii-    At an informal meeting last    Victor G.    Ley rer,    a    represent- cense and other identification    night with 4 citizens opposing i atjVe    of    Dalton    and    Dalton    of papers was reported lost to the annexation, advantages and cleveland, outlined a compre-Dover police yesterday by Cha- objections were reviewed. | hensive program for city plan-ney R. Burch of 1341 3rd St., ^    m    «    :ning and promised the city rep- New Philadelphia.    resentatives he would have a Burch told police he lost the ON THE INSIDE more complete proposal togeth-billfold in either Dover or New .    ..    *    ,    er with estimated costs, ready days prior to Christmas, he said: “Since we have received phone calls from the Prosecutor Harlan Spies and trom Mayor C. LeMoyne Luthy, we do not intend to open.1 Issuing a direct challenge to Prosecutor Spies, Radi further stated: “In turn we would like to see those who have been violating the state law number 3773.24 for years, closed or strictly adhere to the law. “Both our mayors say there is nothing they themselves can do to close these violators. It is a state law. “So, Mr. Prosecutor, it is up See SUNDAY SALES, Page 2 cover 'DOGS BEWARE'. Dover mail carriers can now their route with an air of confidence against attacking dogs with the aid of "Halt”, an aerosol bottle spray gun shown above by carrier Glenn Schwartz of RD 3 (Crestview Hill), Dover. The spray gun, which sends unfriendly dogs running, shoots a spray up to 15 feet according to Postmaster Cliff Haglock. The spray contains oleoresin capsicum (extract of cyenne pepper) and mineral oil. Tests made by the U. S. Post Office Department have proven the spray does not injure or hurt the canine — only makes them beat a hasty retreat. Haglock stated the gun should eliminate the 7 to 8 dog bites suffered by local carriers each year. Huarte Wins Heisman Award NEW Huarte, YORK Notre (AP) Dame John quarter- j Coroner Philip T. DoiiKhten. iPresslnS ,fct10"-. T,he„ ‘otal Boughten said he died of nut- G*£?"as enn“ ls •#57/ ural causes.    L™1, rumors    m both Deputies had checked with a districts, ma"y of the™ Uhrichsville dentist, Dr. K. E. Iterations of the present atua-Rainsberger, in an attempt to tlon ln B?1Bc'a? announcement identify dental work Chalky had‘s expected following Wednes-obtained before entering the;^ nlk s tweeting. County Home last March 14. Rainsberger told deputies the $to|en Car Found dental work had matched that    s-u' of Chalky’s.    I Sheriff deputies yesterday re- A life resident of Uhrichs- covered a stolen car owned by The New Philadelphia Board Ville, McMasters disappeared Richard W. Powell of East of Education will meet with its from the home April 7.    Ave., Dover. It was found along Citizen’s Advisory Committee Services will be Wednesday ati County Road 88, near Route 39, Monday at 7:30 p.m. to discuss 3 pm. in It. K. Lindsey Funeral by a hunter. The auto had been ries, will receive the award at a Early Birth' Seen For School District The Southern Local District will become a before 1965 if present plans are carried out. Members of the boards of education of the 4 school districts in Southern Local crowded into the County Board Office last School members are: John Foust of reality Washington-Salem, W. L. Eber-” ly of Goshen, Calvin Nicholls of Gnadenhutten - Clay, and Clarence P. Heldt Jr. of Tuscara-was-Warwick. (3) — That a survey be made by Ohio University on the new consolidation. Costing approx! back, is the winner of ^1964 ^°    $4'°°°’    “    W°uW    pr°Vide Heisman Trophy as the out- district    was    approved at    replied: standing college football player thp nolls Nov 3    ^    j    pf    present    structures,    cumcu-; rp^lipst of the year, the Downtown Athletic Club announced today. The Notre Dame star, who played only 45 minutes during the 1963 season because of inju- Mayor Irked Over Lack Of Consultation Omission of New Philadelphia city employes, other than police and firemen, from a proposed pay raise drew a blast from Mayor Joe Pritz and Service Director William Stevenson at Council meeting last night. Under their strong protest, Council tabled a finance committee recommendation and agreed to a special session with Pritz on Monday at 7:30 p.m. Ted Ricker, finance chairman, created a sudden squall when he offered the following proposal for wage increases to city workers: (1)—A flat $50 per month boost for all police and firemen, excepting police desk clerks who would receive $40 more. (2)—A IO per cent increse for school-crossing guards. (3)—One and a half time increase for overtime for all hourly-paid, non-salaried employes in other city departments. With this last increase, the recommendation was made to have the work checked by time clocks and approved by signed notices from the various department heads. “If the other city employes read about this in the newspapers,” Stevenson hotly warned, “you’re going to hear from them.” The service director said he had, with Pritz’ approval, told the other department workers they would get pay increases equivalent to those of the police and firemen. “I told Stevenson that, if anyone got a raise,” the mayor agreed, “they all would get a raise.” Pritz challenged Ricker for not consulting with him before making the public proposal. Ricker, before making his recommendation last night, apologized to the mayor for not meeting with him as promised at the last Council meeting. He said he had found it difficult to meet even with the other 2 members of his committee to prepare the recommendation. When asked why the other city employes, besides the police and firemen, were not granted pay hikes, except for the overtime proposal, Ricker ‘I received no other the polls Nov. 3.    'hun,    faculty!    transportation and    from    any    other    depart- The members made recoin- other ^ of thF new sch00] ment employes • on following1 setu r    Ricker,    rn    fact,    at the Nov. 9 i    meeting,    indicated    he    was    not taken Oct. 19 from the home of John Reardon at RD I, Mineral City, where Powell had taken it for repairs. Philo Planning Committee Sets Comprehensive Proposal mendations items (1) — The school district should come into existence on or before Dec. 31 so that an extra $58,258 would be available from the State of Ohio. (2)—That Donald Braun of the Salem-Washington board be ap- Goshen Local where banquet on Thursday, Dec. 3. Roger Staubach, ace quarterback of the Navy, was the winner a year ago. Huarte is the first Notre Dame player to be chosen since Paul Hornung now    b    d    Braun.s    name|bond    levy    passed    there    Nov.    3. a star with the Green Bay Pack-! ers, won the honor in 1956. | Huarte is a native of Anaheim, Calif. (4)—That the present boards 1“^ of education “spend wisely” "hen he asked council lo the money they have aceumu- a?,end pretvl°,Uh STELTZ , . j J    utes    to    note    that    his previous ,    ..    .    i    IO    per    cent    raise,    under the 1- 1 here also was discussion on jeVy wj1iC|j was defeated on go broke buying chalk. Loaded Billfold Is Reported Lost Philadelphia. He is proprietor of Burch’s Laundromat and asked Dear Abby...................17 that the finder contact him at Your Horoscope .............19 6-0924    Around The World........... 8 Mark Lintncr of 215 Walnut Goren On Bridge ............17 St., Monday reported to police Obituaries ................... 2 that someone has been stealing Television ................... 9    rer.who served as planning dt- gasoline from his automobile Sports ..................13    &    14    rector for Lansing, Mich 14 while it is narked during the Women's Pages  IO & ll years before joining the Cleve- day in the Merchant's Parking]Dr. Crane firm. Lot at 2nd and Walnut Sts. 'Dr. Alvarez .................17 Stratton j-id the interesting within 2 weeks. Councilman John Stratton, chairman of the city committee, expressed satisfaction with the presentation made by Ley- Man Is Charged In Bottle Theft factor of the consultant’s remarks last night was that he offered a master plan which could be modified according to the city’s gradual development and corresponding needs. On Oct. 21, the planning committee met with representatives of Beiswenger - Hoch - Arnold and Associates, an Akron engineering firm. The plan is to interview as many as 5 firms before any decision is made or contract accepted to institute a city planning program. The interviews are conducted with the full understanding that no commitments will be made until after all interviews have been completed. Attending last night’s meeting, which followed the regular Council session, were Mayor Pl Hr •(ounJil Presicient    You don’t have to stay awake Mi ilfiam Hmig and Councilmen :    l0    SUCeed—just stay Lloyd Dinger, William Hicks! * and Paul Young. proved as the fifth member of were promised a pay raise if a  I ^ r> *<,    hnnd    levy    passed    there    Nov    3 did, but was nullied See SCHOOL, Page 8 was drawn from a hat last night j H for the post. Other tentative; teachers Nov. 3, did not include them. Ricker said the suggestion about use of time clocks was be- based “on the feeling by cer- i See PROPOSAL, Page 8 U.S. Ups Bank Discount Rate Weathervane J0 Check Dollar Flow Abroad YESTERDAY High 46    Low    18 Elsewhere In U.S. DENNISON — Herman Borrows of Roanoke is being held pending appearance before Mayor Donald Huston on charges of petty larceny and disorderly conduct filed by Joseph Ross, proprietor of the Top Hat Nite I Cleveland, cloudy Club at 9:05 last night.    Los Angeles, clear Borrows was charged after he Miami, clear..... apparently took a bottle of (New York, cloudy whisky from the back bar of Pittsburgh, cloudy the club without paying for it, St. Louis, clear .. Bv ADREN COOPER I The Federal Reserve Board WASHINGTON (AP) — The Monday ordered an increase Albuquerque, clear Chicago, cloudy High Low Pr. United States put a higher bank from 3.5 per cent to 4 per cent discount rate into effect today in the discount rote — the interns a safeguard against the flow est bankers must pay when they of dollars abroad.    obtain funds from the Federal I At the same time, the govern- Reserve system. The board abluent hopes to keep the domes- ed after Britain jumped its bank tic economy on course by mod- rate from 5 to 7 per cent earlier erately increasing the funds in the day. available to bankers, business- Today, Rep. Wright Patman, and went into the men’s room where he drank part of it. DAY BRIGHTENER awake days. 48 49 50 78 78 43 46 53 62 48 25 34 27 54 76 36 23 22 53 29 San Fran., cloudy .. Washington, clear .. TODAY 7 a.m.............. 18 RAINFALL Last 24 hours ... none TOMORROW Sunrise .......... 7:24 Sunset ............ 5:01 High 56    Low    32 Forecast: Cloudy and mild. men and consumers. tnrCHRISTMAS ;D-Tex., chairman of the House Banking and Currency Committee, charged that the action I would halt the vigorous business expansion that has run 45 months. Patman has fought fiercely for years for lower interest rates, arguing that only bankers i fee RATE, Page t I II ;