Tuesday, May 12, 1964

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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1964, Dover, Ohio Honaker Selected As New County School Superintendent Linton Honaker Lintoii high school and guidance supervisor in the fiisearftwas Coosty School System since last night was selected to succeed the retiring Laws as su perintendent on 1 Honaker was selected by the County Board of Education following extensive interviews with 5 applicants applying tot the A native of er graduated from Alliance High in He received a bachelor of science degree at Mount Union College in and masters and doctors de grees from Weatetn Reserve1 University in and He also has enrolled for addi tional work at Purdue Universi Kent find the University of Massachu Honaker taught mathematics at Lake High School in Haft ville Stark County from 1980 to 1988 when he joined the coun ty Active professionally in cational Honaker is a member of state and national president of the Northeastern Ohio Coun ty Supervisors member of thf executive committee of the Ohio Association of County the State Science planning and a member of the Ohio Associa tion for Supervision and Curricu lum Development Research The new superintendent is a member of the Tuscarawas County Mental Health Commit tee and the governing board of the Tuscarawas Valley Guid ance Honaker is married to the former Betty Lou Baker of Glen and the father of 4 The residents of 724 Oak New Phila is with the Evangelical Reformed Church of New In other action the board not ed that an information commit tee of the proposed vocational high schools steering committee will tour Heath Vocational High School near Newark on Thurs Leo Benjamin Named Quaker Man Of Page 13 Members are Richard Haft William Carl Krebs Alga Waldon Earl Richard Robert Glennan and John Laws and board member Garri son Finzer said they also plan to make the A in formal discus sion also was held on Dover and New Philadelphia School Boards attitude toward such a Several members expressed doubt that either district will See Page Better Photography A Mark Of Reporter Quality THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION 20 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew May 1964 Serving Over Families PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Phila Council Confused Time Issue Fast Time Slow was a question the New Phila delphia City Council tried not to answer at its regular meet ing last For 35 during a very tame session in which routine matters were only one reference was made to the matter of the citys possible change to fast A letter of correspondence from Rawes Dairy Queen on High heartily endorsed such a move because slow time is hurting our especially in the loss of custom ers traveling through the Ray operator of Ricks Shoe Repair and News got on his feet to com but President ProTern Lloyd acting in Presi dent William Hinigs told him he would have to wait until Council had finished its regular When Dinger finally opened Death Toll Rises In Plane Mishaps MANILA Ninetytwo persons were dead missing today following four military plane crashes around the Most of the victims were Amer ican military A fifth a Air Force supersonic crashed in the Philippines todaybut pilot parachuted to The four fatal oc curred Monday in the Philip off in southern England and in Clark Air Base north of a Military Air Transport jetliner with 83 per Appeals Court Opens Session Judges of the 5th District Court of Appeals opened the spring term session in Tusca rawas County Courthouse hearing 3 First on the docket was the appeal filed by Katherine Shields of Dover on ques tions of law pertaining to ali mony and the equitable divi sion of property in connection with her divorce from her hus last In the second Walter Deringer of RD has appealed the in dam ages awarded by a Common Pleas jury last 19 to Wil liam Charnock of RD Final case to be heard is the appeal of manufacturer Har old Stokey of Cleveland filed last 12 after Judge Lamneck had dismissed his plea for a permanent injunc tion against the owners of a hose clamp Clarence Meese of 413 Clair Ronald Meese of rear 1025 Un ion and Joseph all of New and Strebs of 602 Front The court was scheduled to hear 2 cases but Judge Dean McLaughlin learned late this morning that his wife must undergo major surgery The cases will be heard May They are Byron operator of Barneys Tavern in New Phila delphia makes his appeal against the judgment and or der of who upheld a 100day suspension of Bartolas license by the Ohio Liquor Con trol Commission last The second case will be the appeal of William Lehman of 440 McKinley New against the damages awarded by a jury last 11 to his motherin Helen Mardis of 321 Canal sons aboard crashed short of a runway and burst into Seventythree persons died in the wreckage and another two died in the base The other victim was an American serviceman riding in a taxi which the it headed for the the Air Force people on board who survived the crash were in the The Filipino cab driver and another Ameri can passenger in the taxi also were Aboard the fourengine C135 were 9 Air ForiJe a flight 48 Air Force pas 19 Navy 4 Coast Guardsmen and 2 Nationalist I dont think anybody knows what caused this an Air Force spokesman There was nothing in the planes be havior that could clue to any mechanical No indication of distress came from the pilot as he brought the See Page 6 the session to public Ricklic exploded the Has the City Council the le gal right pass an ordinance changing city time to fast even though the people have twice voted against it Ricklic demanded to say ing 25 people had sent him to represent City Solicitor Donald Zimmer man replied Yes I The Council can pass any or dinance authorized by Zim merman and the matter of time change is so the solicitor went on clarify that Council has authority only to regulate time for municipal employes and mu nicipal Other individ uals and other businesses are free to follow what time they If enough people objected to such a change by Zim merman said they could file an referendum to hold the Council in abeyance on or could file a referendum as had been done in the past to have the matter placed on ballot in the November This seemed to satisfy the newsstand who said he was only trying to inform the Council of how his patrons Ricklic said he thought a prop er explanation by the press See TIME Page 6 DAY BRIGHTENER Be glad youve passed women still are interested in but the army Hw FLORENCE McCULLOUGH Would Have 50 Years In October Phila Woman Ends Long School Duty McCullough of 125 4th New will retire as a member of the secretarial staff of the Tuscara was County Board of Education effective She would have completed her 50th year of serv ice to the county schools on A familiar figure to the hun dreds of teachers who visited the county schools central of fice during her long Miss McCullough was born in New the daughter of James and Sadie Me She graduated from New Philadelphia High School in Frances Garver Promoted At University Hospitals Frances daughter of Philip and the late Garver of has been promoted to assistant director of Evening Nursing Service at University Hospitals of Cleve Part of a medical center which includes the Schools of Dentistry and Nurs ing of Western Reserve Uni University Hospitals contain more than 900 Miss a graduate of Strasburg received a Bachelor of Science degree at Otterbein College and her de gree in nursing from the Fran ces Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Western Former nursing service super visor at Union Miss Garver returned to University Hospitals in 1961 after working in She is a mem ber of the American Nurses and the Greater Cleveland Chapter of the Ohio State Nurses FRANCES GARVER Trash Con Lid Tossed In Window Adrian operator of Helwicks General Store at Bol reported to Sheriff Young this morning that some one had taken a trash can lid and threw it through a The loss was set at Yesterday Robert Williamson of 301 High New Philadelphia reported the theft of a water tap re lease valve and several sink traps from a cabin off of Coun ty Road The loss was set at Auto Club Seeks Applications For Managerial Post Directors of the County Auto mobile Club will meet there Thursday night to select a com mittee which will screen appli cants for the position of manag which became vacant when Glen Dutch Furbay died last member ol the is acting as manag er pending the Applications will be received by mail from anyone desiring to seek the Executive ability is among the desirable the board All envelopes should be mark ed manager Rifleman Plays Villains Role In Sunday Blaze General Telephone offici als have provided an explana tion for the dead telephone Sunday from which Wil liam Jones of Dover had at tempted to call firemen to the burning William Garber home on the BolivarZoar It seems a arm ed with a caliber had used General Telephones equip ment for target A tel ephone wire had been nearly 8 insulators on a pole were blasted and the pole show ed several bullet A line crew went to the but were unable to repair all of the damage until The line and pole served a neighbors next to the Garber Firemen finally were summoned via Citizens Band The newly is believed to be a total and in October of that year went to work as secretary the countys first appointee the late Charles Conditions were almost unbe ievably different in those early days of rural Trans wrtation locally was unsophisti consisting mainly of the almost forgotten interurban a few cranky school buses and vintage gasrpowered Most children walked to And here were plenty of Over school buildings dotted the primarily the one and 2 and there was a total of 32 school Miss McCullough re called the first few years of her employment at the county school office and her peons pay of 75 cents per 4 days a Her salary came directly in those times from the pocket of the superintendent of who was her sole em Had she possessed an inven tive she might have pa tented the worlds first portable filing cabinet and collapsible In the course of her ex the office location has jounced repeatedly from place to mostly at the whim of The very first established county office in 1914 was situat See Page 6 Rhodes Confirms Chamber Address Confirmation has been receiv ed from James Rhode that he will be guest speaker for the annual Tuscarawas County Chamber of Commerce banquet May in New Phil adelphia Elks The dinner will climax In dustry Appreciation Ar rangemeots have been made for Tuscarawas County manufact urers to display products in the club during the daylong pro Chamber members will be given first priority for the pur chase of banquet tickets at Dover Highs Setup On 33 Basis Okayed Effective the Dover Senior and Junior High divi sions will function on a 33 basis as another step is taken to improve the overall educa tional operating with the upper 4 grades in the Sen ior High and the 7th and 8th Grade in the Junior the new setup not only follows state and national trends but will have measurable for administrative pur the move will put ap proximately the same number of students under the 2 princi Robert Parsons and Ed ward in the Senior will have 765 next year com pared with the under his supervision this Hamsher will have approximately 770 in the Junior an increase over the present 520 in the 2 The Board of Education took the step after considerable study and The only change is a functionable one in that all of the students will remain un der one the school charter will remain the 9th Grad ers still will be permitted to participate in varsity athletics and all scholastic credits will remain Hamsher and Parsons both agree that there will be a num ber of advantages to students under the The heretofore at the bottom of the status struc ture in the high will be given the opportunity to pro vide the leadership in the Jun ior High as well as giving him another year to establish a feel ing of identity with the Hamsher also points out that a closer check on the rapid so cial growth of a 14 or 15year old when he moves into the high school will result Besides providing closer sup the move will keep the Senior High from becoming so large that pupils lend to be Sce SCHOOL Page 6 Varied Approvals Mark Long Session The Dover Board of Educa tion last night hired 5 updated school property insur okayed a commencement speaker and graduation set a summer work schedule and expelled a The session lasted 4 Hired were Thomas Maurer of Sug who has taught Russian and vocal music in the Gara way system the last 8 A 1951 graduate of Otterbein hie also has attended Julliard School of Music and Ohio State He also has a masters He is scheduled to teach vocal music Dems Slate Talks Despite Recounts Reorganization of the Tusca rawas County Democrat Cen tral scheduled Wed nesday is expected to pro ceed despite todays 3 requests for recounts in precinct com mittee according to Eu gene Cheese Hanhart of Do acting committee secre Requests for the recounts in last Tuesdays primary vote were filed with Board of Elec Annexation Vote Hearing Overruled Common Pleas Judge Lamneck said today that he had overruled the motion for a new hearing in connection with the May 5 vote on the annexation of Dennison to Though no court entry has as yet been Lamneck ex plained he had made his deci terming the issue of an nexation as The annexation question was defeated in last Tuesdays elec tion by a vote of 729570 by Dennison Mayor Donald as a private had tried to clock the first by request ing a writ of mandamus which was rejected by and then by filing for a motion for a new trial on Lamnecks deci Dover Police Deskman Quits James of rear 306 7th has re signed as Dover police desk Chief Garrison Groh said this It will ie effective May Groh said Birtcher has taken a better job with the city Electric Field Birtcher was one of 3 men certified May 5 as eligible to become patrolmen by the City Civil Service A decision on filling the va cancy is not expected to be made until Mayor LeMoyne Luthy returns from a vacation in the Birtcher this morning would nut comment if he was still in terested in the although it has been reported that he was verbally promised a policemans position when he began work 2 years ON THE INSIDE Around The World 11 Dear Abby 17 Alvarez 19 Crane 17 Goren On Bridge 17 Obituaries 2 Sports 13 14 Television Womens 10 11 tions Clerk Vic Under Section of the Ohio Election the com mittee must reorganize a mini mum of 6 days after the day of the election and within 15 days at noon was notified by Secretary of State Ted Browns office that the list ed winners in the 3 contested precincts would not be able to vote until the recount is com Kenneth presi dent of the Board of said that each of the 6 per sons involved would be contact ed today and asked if they are willing to waive the 5day re quired notice before the re count can be If all waive the 5day the Election Board will com plete the recount before Wed nesday nights Ferrell Daniel Lehigh See Page 2 of Your Horoscope 19 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 74 Low 47 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low 82 52 cloudy 70 56 cloudy 68 57 Los cloudy 75 52 cloudy 82 77 New clear 79 cloudy 72 cloudy 68 San clear 63 cloudy 83 TODAY 7 53 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset 734 High 65 Low 52 Forecast show 77 58 54 60 50 60 in the high Roy Smith of who will teach high school Spanish and A 1962 graduate of West Virginia Uni he has taught at lairsville and Judith Vasbinder of RD Do who has taught the last 2 years at Ashtabula She is a 1962 graduate of Muskingum Richard a New Phil adelphia High graduate and holder of a bachelor of arts de gree from Southwestern Univer He will teach secondary He presently is teaching in Frank Geltz of East Liv who has taught the last 14 years at Columbiana Exempt ed She is married to a native New Philadelphia who works for the State High way A 1948 uate of Union she also attended Kent State Uni The board also hired a school has been withheld pending completion of prior Insurance coverage for school property was raised to excluding Woosttr Highway and Winfield following recommendations by Bob Bak representing 7 Dover inde pendent insurance all of whom share in the See LONG Page 2 Little Theatre larkTo Open Tuscarawas County Little Theatre will begin a 10 per formance run of The Lark tonight at in the Little Theatre building in New Phila Advance reservations indicate a small opening night audience and tickets are avail able for all to night through Saturday and May The highly acclaimed Jean Anouilh play will feature Kent Linette Courtright of Dover in the lead role of Joan of the French peasant maid who led her countrys armies to victory over the Eng The box office 55555 will be open from 1 to 3 and 6 to 8 daily except Sunday for Prices are for adults and 75 cents for stu dents and tickets must be pick ed up 15 minutes before the curtain Salesman Is Rude New Philadelphia police yes terday afternoon received a re port that a rude magazine salesman was operating in the Clair SW The mao could not 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