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Dover New Philadelphia Times Reporter (Newspaper) - December 9, 1999, Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio Your online source for local news sports and classifieds Sporte braves get Ecol win at new Phila a pag�b>1 count Crawford among tvs breakfast crowd pagea�?~2 expanding Beauga Lake renamed six flags Ohio Pagod-1 a a a r up Quot \ 50 cents 97th year no. 163 thursday dec. 9,1999dover-new Philadelphia Ohio by Lee Morrison authorities will determine if any charges will be filed in connection with a 21-vehicle pileup that killed two people and injured at least 15 others nov. 23 on 1-77 near Stone Creek. Sudden fog was blast d for r the Chain reaction crash about 7 40 am. That resulted in the deaths of Steve Trustdorf 51, of officials tainted meat not in Valley to staff and wire report the state will investigate at least 588,000 pounds of in it und beef produced for Ohio schools by a Texas meat a Ltd Ker that failed tests for Salmonella contamination officials said we does it Lay. The . Department of agriculture bought the meat from supreme in censors inc. For the National school lunch program. But food service directors for Kyver and new Philadelphia schools say its unlikely that an it of uie meat in question has been fed to to Weir students. Us a records show that Ohio received at least 14 truckloads each containing 42,000 pounds of the ground beef from the company a Dallas Plant said Lee Anne Rogers spokeswoman for the Ohio in apartment of education. Rogers said the shipments to Ohio began sept 21. She said a see meat .a-5 Skwer and Frank c. Fraley 55, of Garfield Heights. Marie a a Marcie Smith 45, of 217 Glasgow rd., port Washington was in satisfactory condition wednesday night in Ault Man Hospital at cant it a where she has own since the Accident she sustained a broken leg. Pelvis ii juries and broken Vertebra in her neck and underwent surgery. She is a Rural mail Carrier in the port Washington tragedy aftermath area. The investigation is Complete and the report was forwarded to Tuscarawas county prosecutor Amanda spies Somhorst wednesday said la. Jeff Ticlay commander of the new Philadelphia Post of the Ohio Highway patrol. A she will be reviewing the prosecutor gets pileup report decision on charges in multiple crash will be made after review code for t Raffic Dickey declined to say specifically what c Harges might be sculpt or against How Many driers. He said two state troop a is worked on the investigation a1 most daily from nov. 23 Throux i monday by the patrols crash re construction unit Basc a at Columbus. A see pileup a steel closing affects schools Case to determine if criminal charges Are applicable Quot Dickey said. Quot after she a had a Chance to review the Case we will be meeting with her and assisting the prosecutors office in evaluating the report and the evidence and the statements that have been collected. There were Mai contributing factors to this crash and the ii uries and deaths that resulted from it a what we have to evaluate now is the evidence and determine if it is substantial enough i to support criminal proc Ings. I cd Drivers involvement in this crash will be evaluated for violations of the Ohio re by Lee Morrison the hit Murk almost there a worker from Beaver excavating of Canton looks Over 127 cubic Yards of Concrete poured wednesday As construction of the Bridge on Schoenbrunn or. Be new Philadelphia continues toward the planned Jan. 15 opening. Let Over school officials soon will be reviewing what to do As they fact potential loss of tin major Shan of up to $400,000 in taxes annually because of the closing of the a steel Plant however the actual amount wont be known for some ume. The Plant off Oxford St. closing Jan. 29. The loss of about 125 jobs Means a loss of $80,0 k in income tax to Ute City of Dover. Tuscarawas Founty treasurer Don Levengood said it does Day More information is note Ltd to to determine exactly what will happen. All entities with a stake in the Suel Mills taxes Divide about $4 x ,000 in annual Revenue with Dover schools at 65 percent and the City of Dover a see steel a a two named to new philae a new administration by Joe Mizer a Lituin Htmat at least two members of the current new Philadelphia City will be without jobs when Republican mayor Gregory a Erb leaves office dec. 31. Democratic mayor elect Ronald Brodzin Sld wednesday announced Gary a. Espenschied and Mary to Fra Gasse As his appointees for service director and administrative services assistant respectively. Esi it Eischied 43, who for to years served As superintendent of the new Philadelphia water treatment and distribution system will replace Richard a a Dick Rausch who has served As service director since december 1993. Espenschied who had worked for the City for 16 years is a 1974 graduate of Dover High. He attended Malone College and has worked the past 3 years As a water backflow specialist for civil design associates inc. Of new Philadelphia. Mary to , 43, is a 1974 graduate of new Philadelphia High. She will replace Jill Becker Erbus executive assistant Fragasse graduated in May from the Tuscarawas Campus of Kent state Una Wasity with an associate degree in office management technology. She is a so named16 Days a until Christtna Graham. To elementary new Philadelphia jury decides Martin Luther King or. Was victim of conspiracy by Woody Baird Agaaoa alack pm writer Memphis Tenn. A jury hearing a lawsuit tiled by Rev. Martin Luther King family found wednesday that tile civil rights Leader was the victim of a vast murder conspiracy not a Lone Assassin. Tile King family had sued Loyd Jow ers a retired businessman who claimed six years ago that he paid someone Oiler than James Farl Ray to kill King in Memphis in 1968. Tile family a lawyer claimed that the Fri Cia the mafia and Hie military were involved. The family wanted the jury to find evidence of a conspiracy and lend support to their Call for a new investigation into the killing. Prosecutors have Long said that they Are convinced Ray fired the fatal shot and that they could find no evidence anyone else was involved. The Kings asked for Only a Token amount in their wrongful death a see King .a-5 a Man a it it the Prev. Bernice King Martin Luther King Iii Coretta Scott King and Dexter King Pray sunday in Atlanta after laying a Wreath in front of the Tomb of Martin Luther King or. In memory of the 31st anniversary of his assassination. Today a forecast some Sun High is Page a deaths Dorothy e. Dessecker Ralph p. Franklin John a. Hawkins or. Manoyie e. Durant Helen l. Smith a Meph r. 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