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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1964, Dover, Ohio the Outstanding Lineup Of Yours For The Reading THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION Memories Arrive rosesth the new stalks of Golden Memories Tuscarawas County Plants Begin Early Growth More than 10 years ago Mike rose foreman for Endres Floral started work on de of a new Yesterday he and others at the greenhouse were planting some of the stalks which com prise the initial supply of Gold en They were flown to Akron Canton Airport from Arizona and where the stalks were Eyes leaf areas on woody stalks provided by Endres were grafted into work ing wild roses nonblooming Odoratos and cultivated with emphasis on root The stalks were placed in coolers until facilities were ready for They were watered periodically at green house temperature until they much like Now they are being planted in riched Six to 8 weeks from the first buds will be the size of a pea and these will be pinched to cause additional lengthening of the stems before Six weeks after that they will be ready for wholesale and retail The first plants will go to the 9 contestants who selected See Page 7 Mike rose foreman of Endres Floral who developed the unique pots the award plants which will be presented to Name the Rose contest winners who were chosen last Flunking Case Resolved At Caraway High Parley By Pete Groh Daily Reporter Staff Writer civics class to in tended to provide a backstage view of governmental functions with a telescoping insight on the operative characteristics of com munity Conformity also plays a part In a for the most Sugarcreek is no ex The only exception in Sugar according to some par is the Caraway High civics young man who parents say hasnt conformed to standards set by other teachers of the Alley Program Is Outlined By Service Chief Interested hi putting an alley Into a highlyimproved state City Council last night ap proved Service Director Reams request to continue a past policy of giving property owners a chance to improve that type of roadway at The according to has proved highly satisfactory and eliminated substantial main tenance costs on heretofore im passable dlleys especially during the spring Limestone at per ton has produced the best Ream Other methods avail able are gravel at a tar and gravel mixture at 50 cents per running tar and limestone mixture at 65 cents per runner and blacktop at per foot each Councilmen were asked to of fer tot program to their consti tuent m t prorats in the was the basis of a discussion yesterday during a meeting of school offi the civics instructor and more than a dozen whose sons and daughters flunked Topics during the 90minute session ranged from charges that Robert Purpura told certain students at the beginning of the school year they would Civil Service Board To Air Test Protest The Dover Civil Service Board has received a letter claiming that Patrolmen Dexter Bell and Thomas Clay were not eligible to take a Civil Service examination for promotion to sergeant in Dovers Police De Chairman Ralph Glazer said today the board will meet Friday night in the Municipal Building to discuss the of rear 103 21st who started with the de partment beat out 6 other patrolmen in the test with a score of 92 out of a possi ble Next highest score was reportedly The exam was given The protest according to was signed by Patrol men Chester Dean Jack Griffin and Larry all of took the The protest letter wasnt very Glazer said Im not very sure just what theyre complaining The meeting FrWay should clear it to the alleged use of pro ianity in There was no action taken against Purpura although there was an announcement that a special 8week makeup course would be offered to the 12 fail ing all Purpura is in his first year of being fresh off the See Page 7 largest Circulation In tearawas Connty DoverNew February 1964 Teeth Cheek Slated Dover members of the Tuscarawas County Dental will examine the 3rd Grade pupils in Dover public schools Wednesday coinciding with Childrens Den tal Health Ford Official To Speak assistant man ager of Fords Cleveland district sales will give a talk en A is for AutomobileColor it when the Do ver Lions Club meets tonight at 6 in CtC Talk Slated waiiam chairman of the fundraising campaign for the Community Improvement Corporation of Tuscarawas Coun ty will speak at tonights meet ing of the Dover Exchange Club in The meeting will begin at and Rodger Bambeck will be in charge of Choir Concert Tonight The Gettysburg College Choir of will present a concert tonight at in Grace Lutheran The 60 voice choir toured Europe last There is no admission Scout Session Tonight Netawotwes District Boy Scout Roundtable will be held tonight at Johns Church of Christ in Woman On Probation UHRICHSVILLE Rita of 449 Bank was placed on 3 years probation and ordered to pay court costs of in lieu of a fine after she pleaded guilty to driving without an operators license yes terday in Judge Richard Mus Southern District Charge Filed In Stabbing A delinquency charge was fil ed against a Dover boy this morning in Juvenile Court by Elaine Ward of 2732 Tre mont the mother of Dan who according to the was maliciously stabbed in the left arm in a fight with the boy on Woos ter Sunday at 4 The case will be heard in Ju venile Court Thursday at Juvenile Officer Harry Fisher said ONTHE INSIDE Around The World 16 Dear Albby 13 Doctor Writes 13 Doctor Crane 15 Horoscope 13 Sports 9 10 Television 15 Womens Pages Council ing D Serving Over Fomiliet PHONE 42167 7 CENTS ks 2 rials Contract Luthy Takes Ping Dependent On Kroger Pact Employes of Atlantic and Pa cific Tea A P in Tuscara was County are among those in 7 northeastern Ohio counties af fected by a new 3year wage The agreement was approved 21728 at a meeting Sunday in according to Paul Strick business representative of Local Retail Clerks Acceptance is contingent upon approval a contract with Kroger A negotiating meeting with that firm is scheduled Stricklen reported the A P contract calls for a wage in crease totaling 24 cents an hour and spread over 3 The first raise will be from7 to 10 cents an retroactive to last 1 when the A P con tract Including fringe the increase eventnually will amount to 34 cents an Top wages for male employes after 2 years of experience will rise from to be ginning last to 1 this year and to on Statring salaries for women will increase by like amounts from A new pension plan financed entirely by the company calls for payments of 8 cents an hour into the beginning with pension effective Employes will be eligible for full pension at 65 or reduced benefits after The remainder of the package covers medical and dental services and sick F airless Board Airs Plans For New High School BEACH CITY Discussion of the new high school building pro gram consumed most of the time when Fairless Board of Educa tion met last night in Justus Dykes of presented initial draw ings of the facility designating the relationships of the various The voard directed Dykes proceed with development of the plans and present them to the board upon In other the board Adopted a statement of policy governing personnel leaves for reasons of personal illness and illness or death in the immediate Directed the clerk to investi gate the possibility of invest ment of inactive funds receipts from sale of Out Of Promotion A circular weight just a few caused a flurry of interest during Dover City Coun cil meeting Monday The object is a ping pong A number of them would be drop ped on New Philadel Uhrichsville and surrounding area as part of a fourth birthday celebration 1215 by Montgomery Ward in the Miracle Lane The according to spokes man Kenneth Rider of Montgom ery would contain num bers which coincide with those on special store But Mayor LeMoyne standing firm on a position taken earlier in the day on the request to stage the drop1 over stated he would refuse such a The refusal stems from Sec tion of city ordinances dealing with advertising by without permit It shall be unlawful for any firm or for poration to cast or dis tribute any samples or other advertising matter in or upon any door grounds or premises of any person or firm or corpora tion or upon the avenues or alleys of the city for the pur Sec Page 7 Action Deferred On School Issue The Tuscarawas County Board of Education deferred action at last nights meeting on a request from the legal counsel far the Union Local Citizens Committee asking that the board sign a pro posed journal entry to be ap proved by Common Pleas The request from Hugh Sherer of Columbus was the lat est move in an 18yearold dis pute over operation of Union Lo cal School which has not maintained a school in that Sherers request was in refer ence to a 5th District Court rul ing ordering the county board to proceed with the proposed consolidation of Goshen and Un ion Local School Districts under Section of the Ohio Revis ed the same section under which Union Local voters defeat ed 2 previous consolidation at The county in a resolu tion passed last had sought to dissolve Union Local and force a consolidation vote under another Laws said no ac tion would be taken until legal assistance could be Wednesdays meeting of county school boards and administrators to review the area vocational high school survey was reviewed by Byrl director of the Ohio Division of Vocational and Warren DAY BRIGHTENER Small defending his re port card I was the highest of all the kids who XS Pupil Social Life Parental Puzzle By James Davis Daily Reporter City Editor Parentage is an important but no test of fit Some parents are some some weak and some are not so The test of fitness comes when par entage is imposed for its sole Parents incur the obligation of giving their children a set of val Not the inflexible dos and but rather principles by Teenagers walk hand in hondto where which they can During the maturing 6th through 12 boys and girls develop the basis for their be havior in later years through so physi cal and mental Like little streams moving merrily on and ultimately turn ing into powerful so it is with those in their early Most are moving through a social life that has parents shaking their heads in astonish ment and crossing their fingers hoping the antics of the 1960s will not turn their merry courses into a flood of The joys of parents are Editors Note This is the first of a series on a survey conduct ed by the Dover JuniorSenior High PTA Family Life Commit tee into parental expression re garding parties and family life of 8th and 9th Purpose of the sur vey is to provide a guide for the Junior High Student Council to adopt a code of And so are their griefs and Some And A group of Dover Junior High in cooperation with school started doing something about the perplexing situation last The survey that resulted from their concern can have real See SOCIAL Pagre 12 supervisor of vocational agricul both of the State Depart ment of will be on hand to answer The meeting will get underway at 8 in New Philadelphias Welty Garrison Finzer of a member of the county was named its representative to the proposed 20member steering committee to set up the voca tional Laws said that 7 others had been Kenneth Bartter of Dover will represent the Tusca rawas County Chamber of Com Titus the New comerstown Chamber of Com Atlee Baltic School See Page 2 Reeves Steel Gets Contract The Defense Construction Sup ply Center at a field activity of the Defense Supply Department of De fense announced today the awarding of a heating air conditioning pipe contract to Reeves Steel The local company was one of 6 responding to 32 invitations to bid on the All contracts awarded by the Defense Construction Supply Center are in conformance with regulations governing defense contracts to small business and labor surplus A major goal of the Defense Supply Cen ters is procurement at the low est sound price through great er price competition to help cut defense Ohio Jaycee Head To Talk At DSA Event The Dover Junior Chamber of Commerce announced prelimi nary plans last night for the an nual Bosses Night and Distin guished Service Award presenta tion banquet to be held March 10 in Union Country Larry Moles of Ohio Jaycee will be fea ture Details on public DSA nomina tions will be announced later this Employers of Jaycees will be guests at the annual din In other the club voted for the Heart Fund and for the March of Items discussed included a membership now under and the possibility of spon soring an air show for the The membership open to any man will be climaxed with an initiation ceremony at the Chairmen were named by President Richard Gordon to erect safety and entrance signs in Dover The board of directors will meet Monday night at 8 in the 3 Ordinances Passed Water Study Goes On Three all previous ly recommended after commit tee were given passage under suspension of rules Mon day night by Dover City The statutes involved 1 advertising and accep tance of bids for labor and ma terial jn remodeling and reno vating the LightWaterSewer of fices in City Hall 2 advertising and accep tance of bids for and installation of 2way radio equip including 2 base for use by the Service Depart ment 3 entering into a contract with Walter Drane of Cleveland for supplementing the city codified ordinances through The lawmakers also support ed action last week by the Dover Planning Commission which de nied requests for zoning changes by Bower for con struction of an office building on Union and by Bella Vaughn and Sam and Kathryn Urfer on Iron CouncilmanatIarge Eugene Bowers told last nights audi which included a group of American Problems students of Dover that it was not the intent of the present Council to spot zone and that is why we are supporting the Planning Boards Mayor LeMoyne Luthy pointed out that further consid eration is being given by the Planning Commission for a change in R4 classificatioa for professional Bower spoke in behalf of his pointing out the grip imposed by zoning reg ulations on while Arthur Dell whose property abuts the said he couldnt understand the commis sions ruling in light of approval from those in the acceptable The utilities committee headed by CouncilmanratLarge Wilbert See Page 2 Patrol Investigates CarBus Accident In a lone accident investigated by state patrolmen yesterday a car driven by Luther cf RD struck the rear of a school bua operated by Walter of RD on Routa south of the Holmes County Line in Coshocton said the brakes failed on his Minor damage was Dennison Man Jailed DENNISON Herman Wes of the Ohio Hotel wa3 jailed at on charges of disorder ly conduct and using profana The charges wera filed by William Garrett fol lowing an incident in Top Hat Nile According to Wesley was questioned by Gar rett on a bill he owed at v A S Our Target The Moon By me thinks it were an easy leap to pluck bright honor from the pale faced Shake The Moon has always play ed a special role in the imaginings of Soon spaceships will land Our Target jn the written by Mark Pearlberg for World Book Encyclope dia Science Service ap pears today on Page It is the story of the of those who studied and of their This is a first in a series of special science features from The Daily
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