The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on December 23, 1970 · Page 2
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The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 2

Dover, Ohio
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Wednesday, December 23, 1970
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A-2 lit' Hiws-lJri ;t M Wed., Dec. 23, 1970 Cambodia fighting heavy . SAIGOM (AP) - South Vietnamese paratroopers pushing deeper into Cambodia ran into a North Vietnamese force at daylight today and called in jet bombers and artillery. South Vietnamese headquarters said 26 North Vietnamese were killed and nine weapons and 20 mortar rounds captured in the battle 10 miles northwest of Kompong Cham. One South Vietnamese paratrooper was reported killed and A spokesman said the size of Akron pair sued for $17 million in back taxes and related costs the North Vietnamese force was not known, but it was the biggest fight reported since 2,500 South Vietnamese paratroopers were lifted into Cambodia more than a w<sek ago in an attempt to break the North Vietnamese west of the capital, but no other i information was available. ! Cambodian government, forces claimed Tuesday that! | they had reopened more than 50 j 'miles of the highway south ofi Phnom Penh and that they had|« killed 400 to 500 enemy troops; i stranglehold on the Phnom (Penh government's northern j since they began their sweep> ! front. | idown Route 4 last week. Gov-l ; South of Phnom Penh, North jernment casualties were esti-l i Vietnamese troops attacked a i mated at 10 killed and 60 wound-1 ! Cambodian task force trying to'ed. ; : reopen Rbute 4, Phnom Penh's! The U-Si command in Saigon Dundee area couple names MWCD in suit i Americans were killed last Saturday in the crash of a Navy helicopter gunship in the Mekong Delta east of the U Minh (for*, about 137 miles south- i west of Saigon. The cause of the crash was not known. Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District of New Philadelphia, has been named defendant in an $18,000 common pleas court .suit filed by Samuel and Hazel Bryan of RD 2, Dundee, for flood damage to their home and property. ••The Bryans said the con- Nixon signs $8 billion farm bill '- WASHINGTON (AP) - President Nixon has signed an $8 billion farm bill, with a few mild complaints about the measure's size. It was $700 million higher than what he had asked for Agriculture Department funding. Despite the higher amount, Nixon gave his blessings to the over-all measure, saying, "We cannot risk possibility of disruption of programs so essential to so broad a section of our society." Among those programs are the food stamp project, which was boosted $170 million, and the special school milk program. Nixon complained that the milk program, which added $104 million in appropriations, subsidized the rich and the poor. It should,' he said, benefit the needy. Nixon was critical also of a $195 million agricultural conservation program allotment. The program was set up 35 years ago with the aim of helping farmers in soil and water conservation practices. But the President said it has partially drifted to stimulation of production and other practices, rather than preserving the environment. Seaweed, used as a poultice nearly 5(100 years ago, still is' placed under bandages to promote healing. It also is used in making cough syrups and other medicines,, as well as surgical thread that dissolves and does not have to be removed. We're si'iidiiii! Highly liijj ! Christmas wishes your way, \filh a liearly "Thank you" for your loyal support, Valley Farm Supply ut Pust Office Dover CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) A suit for $17,115,797 in alleged) unpaid income taxes, penalties and interest has been filed by the federal government against Akron financier Sydney L. Albert and his wife, Estelle. The suit, believed to be the largest of its kind ever filed in U.S. District' Court here, covers the period from 1953 through j 1963. | The Alberts were cited jointly for $3,791,706, plus interest, for the years 1953 and 1954, when they filed joint income tax returns. Albert was cited individually for $12,692,749 plus interest, for the years 1956 through 1963. Mrs. Albert was cited for $631,341 plus interest allegedly due from the years 1956, 1357, 1958, 1960 and 1961. Albert at one time was reported to control some 200 companies. In 1965 he was sentenced to three years in prison for selling more than $5 million in unregistered stock in a now- defunct Iowa washing machine company. He served one year of the sentence before being released. Albert was one of seven persons indicted by a federal grand jury in. New York in I960 for alleged manipulation of Bellanca Aircraft Corp. 'stock. Albert was president of Bellanca for two years starting in 1955 but resigned after the company's stock dropped from $30 a share to $3. Last June Albert reportedly reached a $9.5 million settlement with the government on tax claims totaling about $18 million. At least part of that figure was believed included in the claim filed by the government Tuesday. SERVE THE BEST IDEAL ONIGHT! NOTICE Adelstein Metal Co. will CLOSE AT NOON Thursday, Dec. 24th and reopen Monday, Dec. 28th 4 ADELSTEIN METAL Co. MOOREVILLE 343-8135 DOVER servancy acquired easement to back wati'r over 1.827 acre of their Wayne Township property from operation of Beach City Dam. They allege that on July 4, 1969, the defendant allowed water to flood their property in excess of the amount set forth in the easement. The fldoding allegedly has caused the plaintiffs to remove their faniily from their residence because of utility service being discontinued and caused complete damage of a 198J auto, automatic: washer and dryer, freezer arid $250 of meat, garden tractor, snow plow, riding mower, 1J5 sheets of Masonite boards and a hot water tank. The plaintiffs ask the court for a boabd of appraisers from the conservancy district to de-i termine the damage and in-i juries and make a report to the! court. I Phila resident files court action John IV^eese of 109% 7th st. NW, New Philadelphia, has filed a $65,258 personal injury suit in Tuscarawas County common pleas coyrt against Cathleen Mac-key of RD 1, New Philadelphia, fo!r a December 1968 injury at Monte's Store in Roswell. Meese Claims she negligently backed her vehicle into his car causing injuries to his right hip, arm, neck:, back and other parts of his body causing permanent damage. Miracle Lone Plaza-Dover, 0. Store Hours Mon. 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