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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                11 As County Class A League StarsSee Page 75 Growing Reporter Acceptance Continues Bay After Day 60 28 SUBSCRIPTIONS largest Circulation In Toscarawas County DoverNew February 1964 REPORTER HOME EDITION Serving Over Familtei PHONE 42167 7 CENTS PLEDGED TOWARD FINANCIAL GOAL CIC Tabbed As Necessary ServiceFunction I wish I could say that the was all but this is no victory We have just begun a big That remark was given yes terday by William chair man of the Community Improve ment fundraising commit to 30 men who will be main stays in the drive for funds to build a pilot manufacturing plant to be occupied first by Bobbie Brooks and later to be used to attract additional in ufo report to CfC Finance Chairman William Marino that their group will hit 100 per cent participation in the current drive n llsh mdusfrv Tuscarawas Shown are Mart Sand Paul Weaver and Eugene Weaver Johnson Spans Varied Topics In Brief Talk By DOUGLAS CORNELL WASHINGTON 25 minutes and chosen President Johnson held forth on such a sweep of subjects as bellyachers and peace and Since he was talking to field officers of the Internal Revenue he also mentioned tax payers and tax But that was just a starting point for a ramble through domestic and foreign Along the way there were cracks at critics of his handling of foreign and assuranc es that we are a much beloved people throughout the that we and ap preciated regardless of what some of the bellyachers The President held forth in the East Room of the White House Tuesday on election the Golden Rule three national the civil See Page 5 CIC Land Sale Terms Viewed It was reported today that Lawyers Title Insurance of Maryland had returned the pro posed terms for the sale of 5 acres of land at the Childrens Home site on Tuscarawas by Tuscarawas County Commissioners to the Community Improvement of Tuscarawas A resolution for commission ers naming the CIC as its agent for the promotion of industrial growth in the has already been Action on the resolution was delayed pending approval of legal terms for the sale of the countyowned which will set a precedent under the new state Donald a representative of Lawyers James Stephenson for the CIC and James legal advisor for worked out the details to clear the way for the resolution and Action by commissioners is expected following refinements of the sale Houglan Elected UCC President Union Country Club officers were elected last night at the annual organizational meeting of the board of Hugh Strasburg was elected presi Donald Kirk of vice and James Patrick was reelected secre Both the new president and retiring president James Loner are to be honored at a club ball 2fc Students To Tour City Departments Eightytwo Dover High stu dents in Charles Zupanics Amer ican Problems classes will visit Dover municipal offices Thurs day The students will tour each mu nicipal department in groups of 4 or 5 for 40minute periods start ing at Those visiting the mayors of fice are Steve Fred Sandy Doug Virginia Deb bie Paula Al Gene Don Ron John Earlene Shirley Maugh an and Richard Students touring the Dover Mu nicipal Light Plant are Mike Tom Jeff Nancy Diana Phil Rod Don Barb Barb Es Jack Ter ry Fred Cheryl Roberts and Donna The Water and Sewer Depart ments be visited by Jack Keith Rita Marsha Gino Ron Tom Dave Mike Roseanne Jim Seikel and Garry Service Department guests will include Rick Ray Ul Ivan Chad John Laura Bonnie Steve Diane Biti Sandy Dorothy Mike Cathy John Cindy Brown and Gene The Department will host Sandy Nancy Ed Deanija Tim Lev Sherry Shir ley Raynola Sel ma Nellie Har Board Okays Salary Hikes MAGNOLIA Sandy Valley Local Board of Mon day night approved a new salary schedule for district for the 196465 school year which be gins in Under the new a teacher with a bachelors degree will start at and can work up to with 14 years experi compared with the present and Those with a masters degree will begin at as compar ed with The 14year salary will increase from to The budget was readjusted to secure funds for these increases after the tax levy failed in the last The plans further dis cussion on a new transportation Pills totaling were ap DAY BRIGHTENER In most cases the argument you won from your wife hasnt been paid for v ry Ron Rufener and Ter ry Those students visiting the Fire Department are Vicky Barb Bonnie Karen Sue Blickensder Jill Linda Kathy Geoff Ernie Carolyn Marlene Updegraff and Joyce Ejection Board Approves May Vote Petitions The Tuscarawas County Board of Elections Monday night ap proved all petitions filed by can didates in the May primary elec Two of the Demo crat Louis and Republican Roy Odenkirk were attending their last board meet ing since their terms expire March On that date it is ex pected they will be replaced by Roy Hutzler D of Uhrichsville and Frank Scott R of New whose names have been submitted for approval to Secretary of State Ted By March 5 the 2 new mem along withMaxine Mitchell R and Kenneth Ferrell remaining board will At Mondays meeting the board also awarded the contract for poll books and supplies needed in the May primary and November general election to Herr Printing of who has sub mitted a low bid of per pre Other bidders included Columbus Blankbook Fred Porter of Cincinnati and JohnsonWatson of Weathervane YESTERDAY High 33 Low 9 Elsewhere In High Low snow 44 32 cloudy 40 31 clear 35 23 Los clear 64 56 clear 78 51 New clear 28 24 clear 33 13 cloudy 36 28 San clear 58 53 clear 30 21 TODAY 7 9 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunset High 36 Low 32 Forecast rain chang ing to Lent Begins NBW YORK be gan Ash Christians observe 40 days not including Sun until dustry to Tuscarawas Marino and Tuscarawas Coun ty Chamber of Commerce Sec retary James Burgess conducted the outlining the CIC function as a service organiza tion whose job it is to get new jobs for the Think of CIC as a big service club with membership including hundreds and hundreds of busi industrialists and just plain Marino told the To extend to every one in the the group is planning radio marathons on both WJER and The marathon will start Sun day at and will fea ture a panel of men who will be able to answer questions about the and accept pledges of any amount from citizens throughout the Area ser vice clubs will help conduct With already raised from civic groups and a cross section of the Dover New Phil adelphia area businesses and Marino sees the goal as a realistic Enthusiasm is Marino and many ser business and industrial leaders have taken our story back to their boards of di rectors for subscription Multiple subscriptions are the Even people whom ou would not expect to afford it are straining their personal and busi ness budgets to the extent of pay ing or pledging sums over a pe riod of time just to take part in insuring future growth for the We have told the CIC story to a lot of people and have made many contacts to Every where we have talked we met with Everyone See Page 5 M Ruled Off M Hiring Lists New Key In Mine Talks No date has been set for an other negotiating session between officials of the United Mine Workers of America and Robert Rutledge of New Philadel who plans to reopen the Midvale Mine if conditions are The report of yesterdays ses sion is although it is reported Rutledge supplied the union with a list of employes he plans to hire back The to has been over seniority touch ing on the unions refusal to per mit Rutledge to hire men back on his It also was learned this morn ing that union leaders are pre paring another list of who they feel have seniority and should be given The lists are expected to be compared at the next Those attending the meeting yesterday included Tommy and Adolph district union represen Holmes Board Okays Baltic Land Request MILLERSBURG Approxi mately 80 acres of Holmes County farmland are expected to be annexed to the village of Baltic upon completion of rou tine legal Holmes County Commission ers gave their approval as no objectors attended the spe cial Baltic Village Coun cil had previously approved the Dennis Getz of agent for the petitioners for the annexation and one of 7 inves tors in the was pres but gave no details of im niediate Ground has already been bro ken for a new medical center on the plotand investors have hinted they are seeking a small industry to be located Other plans call for a new hous ing Phila Mother Raps Suitor No charges are expected to be filed as result of an incident yesterday in New Philadelphia after Ralph Parsons of 723 Front allegedly struck Clarence Corpman of 156 9th New contacted to said Corpman had been for bidden to see her underage and that he had been following Corpman claimed his jacket also was torn in the struggle on the Parsons said she had been on the waiting for New Philadelphia police investi No one was located at this morning when prowlers were reported on Front A complaint was received yes terday that a group of boys were tearing down fence and running through lawns on Bank Officers talked to the youths Jn William Waldick president of the Dover and Navarre Kiwanis Clubs Judy and Ralph Navarre are shown during the presentation of Warther knives and a photo album to Miss Teen age America during last nights Kiwanis valentine Luthy Orders Censorship Mayor LeMoyne Luthy an nounced today that the Poiice Department henceforth will cen sor publication of names of per sons who have been victims of The mayor says such publica tion has resulted in recrimina tions in the past and he Relieves complainants should be protect ed as much as He could not cite any specific examples of Whats to keep a after reading a complainants name and from returning the next night and heaving a brick through a window the mayor Some have said they will henceforth not report vanda lism for this The mayors announcement fol lowed an increasing number of Not for Publication notices appended to These people have constitu tional the He then went on to blame Cleve land newspapers for race trou bles there because a photograph er took a mans picture during a That was an in vasion of privacy because a pic ture was taken against a per sons he Many stories do not need to be published and henceforth we will withhold those we believe do not warrant 2 Phila Crashes Are Investigated In an accident investigated by New Philadelphia police at yesterday a car driv en by Chaney of 1341 3rd New Philadel collided with one operated by Merle of RD on 4th NW at Ross Joyce of Bow erston was issued a parking ticket for parking the wrong way on a oneway street after her car was struck at yes terday morning on Ashwood Lane The other auto was driven by Frederick of 704 Lewis Am NJWf New Phila Teen Queen Wins Local Audience Miss Judy Fairless High is one of the busiest teen agers in America today and last night she was the sweetheart of a valentine party held at Un ion Country Club by Dover Ki wanis Club members of the Navarre club as who is having a won ON INSIDE Around The World 5 Dear AWby 27 Alvarez 25 Crane 27 Goren On Bridlge 27 Hospital News 2 Obituaries 2 Sports dS16 Television 25 Womens Pages 1213 Your Horoscope 27 derful experience as Miss Teen age captivated the 120 present with her graciousness and excellent command of the American language while an swering questions for 20 As an example of her busy she was in Los Angeles over the leaving Monday morning and appearing at an in dustrial banquet that night in Tomorrow night shell be the honored guest at a Lions Club event in home of Miss Jacqueline May former Miss Other engagements already scheduled run through How does she manage to keep up with her school studies It isnt so she answer I receive all the same sub jects and tests as my See TEEN Page 2 Brown Sits On Hot Spot For Decision Ohio tary of State Ted here Tuesday to meet with new members of boards of said there is a strong chanca Robert Taft will be ruled off the primary ballot in his bid for the Republican nom ination for the only other Republican running for the delayed certification of the petitions Taft and John who seeks the Dem ocratic Brown said he found technical errors in Tafts He told newsmen here that he felt certain that the matter would go to the Ohio Supreme If I rule Taft off the ballot he will take me to Brown adding If I leave him on the ballot someone will take me into There Is a very strong chance that Bob will be disqual the secretary of stata I will do what I have to what is my and if it is warranted I will keep Taft off the Brown said in Columbus he would contact notarys public and circulators who signed Tafts petitions before making a final The secretary of state threw out all but of the sig natures filed by Taft to quali fy for the May 5 Senatorial candidates need at least valid names to qual Tafts campaign State Robert Reckman of contended all pe titions were in But Brown said aides would question Notarys James Briggewater Nicholas White and John all of Cin in an attempt to deter mine whether changes on peti tions were made before signa tures were Changes made after petitions were signed would invalidate Brown That attractive lighted valentine decoration between Dave MgcKay left and Max was made by the latter from a Daily Reporter for last nightt Kiwanii Club party at Union Country The 2 women ed the club for the occasion with table being candle comprising and inverted glasses tied with red   

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