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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1964, Dover, Ohio Last Reminder Your Income Tax Data Must Be Filed By Midnight The Reporter Is Your Action Newspaper 52 Th Largest imilation In Tnscarawas County DoverNew April 1964 HEPOHTER HOMi EDITION Serving Over PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Winnah Leslie Paulus center is being congratulated by her Gail Gary and her Earl after being crowned champion Teacher Pay Hike Okayed i f AtSfrasburg STRASBURG Strasburg FranMin Board of Education approved a 196465 salary sched ule last boosting teach ers Base for a beginning teacher with a bachelor degree was increased from to a with increments of a year for 11 mak ing a maximum of Starting rate for those with masters degrees was raised from to Incre ments of a year for 13 years were increasing the maximum from present top for years to The total based upon jthe present teaching will amount to approximately at last nights Daily Reporter countywide spelling Leslie Paulus The total estimated allowing for salary staff fig in is for the 1964 school or the present A speech and hearing thera Miss Sandy McDaniels of was effec tive to work 2 days a week in the A shop safety report from Ohio Industrial Commission was read by Maurice Hel who reported that the rec ommended improvements are in Helwick also presented a pro posal from Tuscarawas Valley High to include a limited num ber of Hth Grade students from See Page 2 Spelling Finale By Corinne Eckert Daily Reporter Staff Writer Theres nothing haughty about TJuscarawas Countys 1964 spell ing an 8th Grader at TuscarawasWarwick I just cant believe the 98pound brunet modestly replied when she was asked how she felt about her victory over 39 others in last nights bee in Dover High She was so nervous after tri umphing over Brenda an 8th Grader at Dover Jo by spelling gouge and then haughty that she devel oped a headache and asked for an The hazel eyed daughter of and Earl wellknown turkey farm got her title chance when daughter of and Frank Festi of 1241 Dover with an spelled gouge1 who fin ished ninth in the County Sys tem quickly spelled that word and then clinched the first prize and large trophy by mastering haughty with out any Brenda was presented for second Those along with 3 qualified for the regional fi nals April 24 in Canton Timken Vocational High They are Patty a 7th Grader at Caraway and Repair Of Winter Damage Set For Dover IS77 Bypass Erosion to slopes on the In terstate 77 Dover bypass will Necessitate a contract for re pair to the newly constructed The State Highway Depart ments Division 11 Deputy Di rector Earl Nelson said to day heavy rains and extreme weather during the winter has Caused quite a bit of damage to the 5mile long freeway sec sat for struclion officials as being isfaetorily Nelson said that seeding the fill slopes was completed last fall and that dry weather prevented a full growth of grass on the cou pled with pounding rains that soaked the caused heavy erosion in many spots on the After inspection by High daughter of and Wil liam Edgar of who received for third place Mar ilyn 8th Grader at Caraway ahd daughter of and Adrian Miller of Shan who finished and Christine an 8th Grader at Dennison Immacu late daughter of and Enrico DiDonato of 309 McCrea who was Brenda was champion of the Dover City Stanley New Philadelphia City cham finished 24th when he miss ed while Margie of winner of the County System fin ished 12th when she missed See SPELLING Page 7 Phila Youth Cited Roger of 402 Clair New Philadel was cited by Dover police last night for unnecessary noise in the hospital zone on the Bou The one of many cited by police in a recent crackdown on teenage will appear before Mayor LeMoyne The arresting officer added that there was no drivers license on file for Es Blaze Routs From Trailer Fire at this morning heavily damaged a trailer home occupied by Ronald Bet ty Bunton at RD New Phil Flames had spread through out most of the trailer by the time New Philadelphia fire fighters arrived at the resi dence on Route 16 just south of the city corporation Bunton said she and her 3 sons were home when fire broke out but she didnt know where it Something seemed to be burning in the she said See Page 2 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 70 Low 41 Elsewhere In High Low Pr 37 66 75 52 45 38 58 59 clear 72 Los clear 95 cloudy 79 New rain 59 cloudy 68 cloudy 68 San clear 82 cloudy 68 TODAY 7 47 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 65 Low 40 Forecast Fair and ATWOOD PROJECT CONTRACTS LET LBJ Awaiting Initial Report On Rail Talks By NEIL GILBRIDE WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson gets a report today on the lastditch railroad bar gaining talks he arranged in an effort to avert a nationwide Johnson will hear from fed eral mediators what was origi nally scheduled as a report on the progress and the effective ness of the first five days of the emergency talks following a 15day strike A highly cautious White House spokesman Tuesday refrained from even referring to it as a progress There is nothing thus far that in any way could be char acterized as either progress or a he The White House went to con pub Inn Construction Starts Thursday Construction of Alwood Inn and adjacent cliatlcts will be started at Atwood Lake tomorrow following federal approval of he Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District announced Six totaling are being according to Bryce secretarytreasurer of the Melbourne Construction of siderable pains to deny lished reports that the talks could be described as optimis To characterize what is hap pening either in terms of opti mism or pessimism is a dis service not only to the negotia tions themselves but to accurate the spokesman No specific time was set for the mediators report to Johnson but most of the Presidents offi cial morning schedule was rou tine and there was a big gap between and This led to speculation that the headed by Secre tary of Labor Willard might make their report some time early I want to make it clear that I do not know whether the mediators will be able to say that progress has been made in the sense of we have moved within 10 feet of a solution or See Page 2 which received the gen eral construction contract on its bid of already has start ed preliminary operations at the site in Carroll County in antic pation of being awarded the Total cost of the project will be approximately in cluding The federal government is providing through the Community Facilities Adminis which approved the con The District is raising the remaining money through revenue In addition to the there will be 17 adjoining A total of 10 contractors will be engaged in the In addition to other lodge contracts approved were Youngstown Plumbing Eynon of heating and ventilat North Canton Electric Geiser Kappeler of cabinc and Bee Bee of kitcher Chalet contracts previously approved were GibbonsGrable of general con Henry T Myers of heating Spring Electric and Dougherty Mitchell of Youngstown Directors of the District have approved all of the They provide that all work on hat on the chalets within 200 The lodge will have 104 rooms or transient numer ous conference the larg est of which will be 48 x There will also be an enclosed See Page 2 100 At College Night Approximately 100 New Phil adelphia juniors and parents attended last nights College Night at the Representatives from the Kent State Academic Center at New Ohio Univers Ohio Slate Ot terbein and con sulted with the informing them as to the requirements and curriculum of their respec tive County Group To Continue School Talks School board members from 7 county including met last night in Gnadenhutten High School for the second in a series o exploratory sessions to study the possibilities of future school reorganization in Tuscarawas member ot the Gnadenhutten Board of Ed was acting The group comprises 2 repre sentatives from each of the par ticipating school eluding Gnadenhutten Stone Creek Tuscarawas Warwick Locals and Newcomerstown Exempted No formal election of officers is presently in since tho group meets only to study and pool observations on the state wide trend toward larger school districts and permanent aca demic At the invitation the New See TALKS 2 the lodge within 400 will be performed calendar days and Dover Police Deskman Set Patrolman Vacancy Remains Airing Given OEA 5 Proposed Sales Tax Hike By James Davit Daily Reporter City Editor An information exchange on the recentlyannounced Ohio Edu cation proposal to increase sales tax in Ohio for secondary and elementary education took place last night in Hotel The for news arfd 6 presidents of county was precipitated by a recent Daily Reporter editorial on the OEA John a member of the School Boards Ohio OEA staff at and A 3man panel interviewing candidates for the patrolman on the Dover police force had not reached a deci sion on that position at noon Police Chief Garrison Groh did announce this morning that Max Pea of 114 20th has been hired to fill the vacancy of who replaces Greg is a former em ploye of the Timken Roller Bear ing and Reeves He and his Frieda have a a The panel consisting of Safety Director William Sweitz er and Mayor LeMoyne Lu thy chose Peacock over 5 oth er Filling the position of Pa trolman Dean who will quit effective at the end of the is presenting more of a stated this morning that 2 of the 3 rec ommended by the Civil Service Sweitzer have declined the position because of better busi ness The third in dividual will not be considered See Page 2 Deputies Probe Tavern Breakin Sheriff deputies are ing investigation into a breakin early this morning at the Half way north of Mineral City on Route Money from coin changers and a juke and an un determined amount of whisky was reported Entrance was gained by breaking a base ment Walkaway Is Sought Sheriff deputies are looking for Charles who walked away from the County Home on April Area law en forcement agencies also have been Bob Dowling of presi dentelect of the explained the reasons behind March 21 action and enlarged on the need for increased state aid to Dowling indicated that the initiative petition calling for the tax which will be presented to the 1965 General will specifically spell out how the million would be The along with the Ohio Flagpole Eagle Ready For Perch A bronze American with a wingspread of 24 will soon be atop the flagpole on the Courthouse The ornament from Stafford of Canton will be above a which will per mit display of national and state Commissioners said Ohio Power wi ornament as soon equipment is available will place the as proper GOIDWATER TAKE IS SLICED UP ON THE INSIDE He said that work was way Department officials this completed by the it was determined that Fischer Brothers Construction the contractor had in no way ol on been at fault for damage MM project was accepted caused by erosion and that it by Highway Department con1 Sec Page 2 By WILLIAM CONWAY CHICAGO AP Barry Goldwaters victory in the Illi nois presidential preference pri mary shared interest today with a surprising show of strength by Margaret Chase Charles who stepped into a presidents post in industry at captured the Republican nomination for gov ernor at the age of Returns from Tuesdays pri Womens Pages jmary gave these percentages of Your preference vote Goldwater Around The World Dear Abby 31 Alvarez Crane Gortm On Bridge Hospital News Obituaries 2 Sports Television 12 Smith Gets Surprising Illinois Vote VI MI V r A w Smith Henry Cabot Lodge 6 and Richard Nixon with the remainder split up among several of came into the Illinois test after Gold DAY BRIGHTENER A conference is a meeting where people talk about things they should be water had She she to give the voters a Both traveled to Illinois twice during the The Ari zona senator spoke Friday to at a rally in the Inter national The lady from Maine was in the state at the same As on her previous weekend she quickly made the rounds at colleges and small Her display of vote pulling power was when viewed in the light of her finish as a poor fifth in the March 10 primary in her neigh boring state of New Only the names of Gold water and Smith were printed on the Republican bal Others scored by the write in method on both party although the Lodge and Nixon boosters did not specifically seek now board chairman of the Bell Howell made a successful start in his first try See Page 1 entTeacher Council and Ohid School Employes are ex pected to work out details fol he Hall stated that Ohios school enrollment will be up 24 pec cent over the present plus pupils by One of his major points wai that current trend toward com prehensive school programs ttf curtail dropouts and offer vocational and technical train ing to the majority of sters not collegebound is fore ing education costs making increased state aid even mom important and Hall added despite Ohios drop outs in 196263 are of concern to Another concern to OEA it hat in 1960 approximately 42 per cent of Ohioans still had less than a high school See Page 2 Tombstones Overturned Vandalism at a cemetery on Township Road near Ros was investigated by sher iff deputies last They said a tombstone was broken in the roadway and oth er stones were overturned in the Several logs aU so were rolled into the way and a log also was placed across County Road Ray Henry of Port Washing ton reported yesterday morning that someone broke 48 windows out of a vacant home he owni on County Road The theft of 30 gallons of gaso line from his residence was re ported yesterday morning Robert Krebs ol RD
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