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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Growing Reporter Acceptance Continues Day After Day THE DAILY REPORTER 20 HOME EDITION largest Circulation In Toscarawas County DoverNew February 1964 Serving Over Familial PHONE 42167 7CEOTS State School Board Readies Consolidation Proposals For Several County Districts By Richard Zimmerman Reporter Columbus Bureau COLUMBUS Recommenda tions for consolidation of several districts in the Tuscarawas County school system headed by Laws and one Cath olic high school for the entire county reportedly are forthcom State Department of Education officials would not verify the re ports but comments did indicate something of this nature is in the Even if I do make some side comments in this I will not suggest who should combine with whom and not even these general comments can be binding on said Stanley secondary education But he has made an onthespot study of schools in Tuscarawas County and said his reports should be in the hands of super intendents and school boards within the next 2 or 3 At least one city already has re ceived its which is being studied by Reports are not publicly released until offi cials receive The extent of comments on the consolidations will be only that suchandsuch a school would be Three of the 10 local women beginning instructions yesterday in sewinq op erations are shown with their Barbara Hendricks second from They are Juanita Graff Carol Walton and Jeanne all of New 10 Start Training Course For Bobbie Brooks Jobs Ten women commenced a training program at the Bobbie Brooks plant in Dover yes Sidney plant man announced that ft addi tional 6 women have been noti fied to start work next Under the supervision of Gross Barbara an in the new employes were given the fundamentals to be used for operating the sewing One of the sewing Jerry Connie Acker man of 335 1st New commented that the additional income will be used not only to further her own education through night but also will be sent to her par ents now living in Ackerman came to this country 3 years ago with her husband and they have a 4year old Before taking the Bobbie Bolfon To Attend GOP Lincoln Dinner Dwight chair woman of the Republican Wom ens Organization of Tuscarawas announced today that Ohio Secretary of State Ted Brown and Oliver Bolton will attend the Lincoln Day banquet Saturday at in New Philadelphia Elks Brown will run in the May primary for the Senate against Robert Taft who will also attend the Former owner of The Daily Bolton is cur rently representing the Hth Dis trict of Ohio in the House of Representatives and is a candi date for CongressmanAtLarge in the May He is a member of the House committee on banking and Principal speaker will be Frank Bow of who has represented the 16th District since State Kenneth Berry of representing the 19th and 28th al so will Tickets may be obtained from Goodman Robert Mitchell and in the Twin City area from David Shelley 9225454 or Jay Roth Strasburg Firm Hit By Thieves A breakin and tire theft at Haas Chevrolet at Strasburg is being investigated by sheriff An official of the firm report ed 7 tires stolen from the build jag and a car Entrance ww gained through a back Brooks she was a house wife and had worked for a short period in New Roger Phyllis Vaughn of 109 Race remarked that she would use the new income for everything rent to new clothing for her Vaughn has 2 Sue and Glo ria Five she operated a relay station for the Acts Didnt Appear To Be l M Going Right Shoppers in downtown Dover last night saw some strange about there was a rabbit scurrying hither and yon in the Post Office Hed dash into ap parently looking for a hot bar Then the motion of people would cause him to whip back into the where the blow ing of horns by motorists who spotted sent the poor fel low scampering back onto the When last noticed he was hiding under a parked about shoppers were surprised to see a young in bare standing with 2 friends at 3rd and Cherry Trucking and has been a housewife since This will be the first job for Sharon Ann Eklund of 702 Park New and she plans to use the new check as pin The other 7 sewing operator are Shirley Ann Fish of RD New Philadelphia Carol Walton of 62 J Ray New Philadelphia Carol 124 9th a Naomi Jean 8 Fair a Sue Ann Ger ber of 1228 Treuont State Made BUG Switch For Service By Rtchard Zimmerman Reporter Columbus Bureau COLUMBUS The reassign ment of Gilbert Robinson from he New Philadelphia office of he Bureau of Unemployment Compensation is a part of a drive or better investigation of BUG officials indicated here to John regional director of the Department of Labor and Employment point ed out that there is no tieup be tween the present federal am state investigations into possible fraud in employment service rec ords and Robinsons An investigation was launchet into 23 Ohio but only 1 offices have been covered be cause of recent budget cuts whic affected the travel money used by They hav checked out bureaus in Warren Cincinnat Akron and better off with a bigger Fox He added that he will not even go as far as to in which district the school should He also stated We may rec ommend that a school emphasize its elementary part and give up its high again it is up to the county as to how it solves the Asked about Stone Creek and Baltic which have less than 100 Fox pointed out that he only has authority to revoke or continue school char If a school meets standards we continue the char no matter how small student population may consolidations could result directly from Foxs find See Page 14 HEAD CANCER Louise Sherwood of 431 3rd and Carl Ludwig of 2046 High New were named today as cochairmen for the annual Tusearawas County Cancer Crusade of the American Cancer Societyto be held in The goal is Sherwood is employed at the Reeves Auto while Ludwig is assistant manager of City Loan Savings in Forward Steps Suggested For Phila Schools Continued curriculum upgrading library facilities and expansion of enrichment areas in education topped the mmendations made in a State Department of Education report eleased last night at the New Philadelphia Board of Education Jean Maple of New Philadelph ne lannelli of New Philadelph and Carol Sue Tuscarawas Av Scott of 408 Audrey Baker of Zoarville will serve as the office manag and Edwin Ostrander of 511 Stillwater will handle maintenance After Bobbij Brooks has reached full authoti ties believe that the projected annual payroll giving to local may exceed added spending Brown Okays laft Pe retary of Stat According to Williard BUC the New Philadelphia office was one of 3 reported as having possible fraud in employment service will only be tempo rarily assigned to the Carrollton We plan to use him to the best advantage as an in vestigator in the Canton said Frank public infor See Pflgre 14 Mine Seniority Block Removed itions Ohio Ted Brown About that time a fire truck arrived on the The lad dies jumped off the un loaded a ladder and placed it against the Cherry side of the building occupied by the Joe Weiss One of the firemen climbed to a secondfloor ledge and toss ed an object down to the bare footed gal in a white leather It developed she was demonstrating the New York Rockettes high kick for her friends and a shoe went sailing high into the air and came down on that narrow Ive been in the department 16 years and this is the craziest call Ive ever one fireman By that time the 3 young ladies were hurrying to their car a half block with nary a look back certified his Republican oppon CongressmanAtlarge Rob ert Taft today as a candi date for the senatorial nom ination in Ohios May 5 who lad withheld cer tification for a check of petition made his ruling after a 30minifte hearing in his Statehouse Plan Sesqui At Shanesville SHANESVILLE Shanesvilles Civic proceeded with plans here Monday night for the vil lages sesquicentennial celebra tion to be observed July Garrison Shutt is general chair with assistance slated from Hugo Vic Baab and Clif ford Other committees include Myron Gary Robert Brown and Roman Hersh grounds Milan Clark Sprankle and Dan entertainment George Ralph Hershberger and Robert publicity Duane Ray Everhart and William and Robert Ivan Deetz and Karl The beardgrowing contest will start April 1 and prizes will be given for the best Shanesville men caught without a beard or shaving license will be subject to a 25cent plus imprisonment in the dog after that Prospects for reopening Mid vale Mine soon brightened to day following announcement that a disagreement over seniority rights had been resolved and that Robert Rutledge is in the process of forming a new Midvale Coal Mine Joseph Streb of New who has been rep resenting Rutledge in negotia tions with Local United Mine said We be lieve that all the differences with the union have been re solved although no formal agreement has been Streb said a meeting was to be held today to set the number of shares of stock to be sold and the minimum capital re quired by state law to begin Frank a certi fied public accountant for Rich ard Rea and associates of New Philadelphia was to attend the Another meeting has been set up next Monday between Rut ledge and officials of the Pitts burgh Plate Glass present owners of the mine equipment and coal We are endeavoring to obtain necessary financing from local banks and institutions rather than from outside Streb Dear Aibby Alvarez Crane Goren On Hospital News Obituaries Sports Television Womens Pages Council Has Routine Session The theft occurred over tht Dover Council went through a comparatively routine session Monday suspending rules to approve one ordinance and passing a resolution accepting the contribution of from the Dover Rotary Club for the construction of a picnic shelter in City The ordinance accepted the application of Maurice and Florence Walter for the ation of acres off Crater to fee along with several other pending zon ing will be discussed next week by the Dover Plan ning Park Committee Otairman Car Tachometer Stolen A tachometer valued at about was stolen from a car owned by the Fred Potschner Ford of 401 Wooster sometime Friday the manager reported to police yes terday Students Slate Musical Program At Sandy Valley Sandy Val ley High Choral Department will present its second annual Mid Winter Vesper Service Sunday at 3 in the high school audi The program will include com positions by Galrum and Morgan in addition to several Soloist for the service will be Miss Mary Ellen vocal music instructor for the Plain Local The high school choir will be directed by Sylvia Gaines and the junior high choir by Clara Mae Robert Bair reported that Ro tary Club representatives and city officials had selected the site for the picnic shelter and that construction will get under way soon to jermit use for the summer The shelter site is at the base of the hill near the skating pond lagoon and Minor League base ball Council also approved negotia tions to purchase from and Schaar an acre Byron of land in an the 2nd St velopment of in that end praised land tract in area for de ft water reservoir of the Ap to Three matters referred for committee Mayor LeMoyne Luthy ask ed Council to give serious con sideration to our storm sewer problems in all areas of town and to the extension of that is specifically water and sanitary to a 640 acre tract in the northwest sec tion of the city which was an nexed in I960 and a great potential for future Luthy recommended that the service and utilities along with city engineer and ser vice study these mat ters so that work could begin Bee Five 3 Dempster Attends Study Session On Pension Finances UHRICHSV1LLE State Jess Dempster of here will meet in the Ohio House today with 10 other members of an interim study group from the House and Whose assignment is the problems of financing the police and firemen pension fund and alternative methods for improved who is serving his second was named to the committee as a result of a pro posed bill to permit the auxiliary police and volunteer firemen to become a part of the statewide pension He stated he plans to meet with members of the police and fire departments of the various mu nicipalities and also meet with members of the auxiliary police and county fire We hope to be able to wind up the deal he Robert an official for the union said this morn ing that he had not received any word on the seniority rights He that it could be possible Rutledge reached the agreement with Tommy Williams of district union if he made a concession to hire 4 all over 60 years of contacted at confirmed reports of the settlement and said that Rut ledge has agreed to hire the 4 men in question if they can pass the physical I had a telephone conversa tion with Rutledge this morn Williams to varify our understanding on the list and the manner in which the men would be called back before the production He added that no obstacles He that any of the 4 men could file a grievance if he were rejected during the examination and could prove that he was phys ically In conjunction with the which covers the 7th through 12th the board set a spe cial meeting March 2 at which time present and recommended needs will be considered for a levy to be placed on the May 5 Members of the finance and education as well as Teachers salary com will meet to evaluate the financial status of the which are expected to end oper ations on 31 this year with an anticipated Teacher which are below those paid by several other area will be only one facet of the financial Library books other equip ment and pressing building needs also will be The prepared by Stan ley inspector for the is the first in 7 It reads as follows Citizens of the the board and administration are commended for the measures which have been taken to ex pand and modernize the high school The remodeled areas for business edu offices and to gether with the equipment addi should contribute signifi cantly to an improved education al The daily program operates with reasonable efficiency under the many difficult conditions which the construction activities have The principal has made much with the co operation o the staff and to minimize these inconveni In addition to building im provements there have beea noteworthy developments in the school Additions to the program of studies include ad vanced foreign psy notehand and auto Other offer ings will be possible as improved facilities are placed in A review of the report indicates that teachers are assigned to fields of preparation and Progress hai been made in providing more See Page 15 HeartFund Has Area Visitors Contract Let By Twin City Water Board Twin City Water Board met last night but most of its business was tabled until its legal status is Dennison Council initiated plans on 4 to obtain a de claratory judgment as to wheth er Board of Public Affairs mem bers are legally entitled to be Water Board The board did award American Service operated by Charles a contract to supply oil and other essen tials to the Water and Sewer Bids were also re ceived from Johnnys Greenfield and OBriens and Gillys The Board took no action on a proposal by Ray and Albert ter of who attended the to consider letting their IBM Service Bureau com pute billings at 11 cents This would not include postage or Weathervane YESTERDAY High 40 Low 19 The Weather Elsewhere High Low Pr clear 42 25 clear 38 34 Los clear 69 50 cloudy 73 71 New clear 36 31 cloudy 40 26 cloudy 43 36 San clear 59 50 cloudy 45 31 TODAY 7 31 RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 33 Low 27 forecast More than volunteers will conduct this years annual Heart Fund Tuscarawas County Chairman Lee Bierie said Doortodoor canvassers in many of the rural areas will conduct the drive this winding up on Heart Dover workers will launch their canvass ac cording to John Ciereszew general Volunteers will return their donations to respective who will in turn deposit them at the Reeves Banking Trust branch on 2nd Sun day from 2 to 5 The New Philadelphia doorto door drive began David Lewis and Ar thur stat ed that the money should be re turned to the respective cap who are then to drop it off at the Peoples Bank on High between 1 and 6 All area with the exception of those towns in the See I Man Loses Billfold Robert Rees of 1124 Crater notified police that he had lost a wallet containing no money but valuable papers in downtown Dover last President Earl Reclaims read a letter from the Hardinge Water and Sewage of on a filtering plant they had con structed in Connecticut and it was decided that an okay would be needed from the State Board of Health before the board in itiated plans to see a plant in Jay Roth agreed to check on an drawn up by Everett to supply the departments with a Solicitor Scott Harrison was ask ed for an opinion on the pur chase of a new motor bike for the Regarding a request to ichsville Council to authorize the board to proceed with plans for an engineering Rothi said member of that council it wanted to know if another engineering firm might be Rectanus said the engineering fees generally are set up on a scale basis and that to accept cutrate bid would possibly lead to a cutrate board authorized Arthur Brandyberry to attend a short school for water ani wastewater treatment plant op erators at Ohio State University March 2327 and June registration fee is Board members Wade McCtairt and Mayor Robert Grantee were not in   

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