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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                First In Readership First In Photography First In News Coverage HOME EDITION VOL 22 largest Ctalation In Ttwarms County May Serving Over Fa mlllrt PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Training To Be Improved c U HPI A Hike Air Force Power In Viet Nam Charles Schubert top Carol one of 2 delegates to the national JA and Ralph president of the JA Com pany of the Year were among the many Junior Achievers honored last AWARDS PRESENTED JAMES IS NEW DIRECTOR Young Area Business People Close 9th Achievers Program POWER BILL OVER ylcNamaras Return Brings To Clear Debt New Moves Uh ville Asked Approximately 300 DoverNew and presented along Philadelphia Junior friends and business men attended last nights ninth annual Future Unlimited ban quet in New Philadelphia Elks Highlighting the program were the crowning of the the presentation of a talk by Grayle vice president and a member of the board of directors of the Cleve land and the introduc tion of JA Executive Director Leonard Huffs Becky a junior at Dover and daughter of and John Keener of was crowned Miss Junior Achievement of 1964 by last years reigning Donna She was a member of sponsored by Shenango Members of her court were El eanor Rosie Roslyn Fuerman and Mary Gaye the JA company sponsored by Reeves Steel copped the Company of the Year award along with several sponsored by Marsh Wall Products and Marsh Lumber finished Bob a member of the JA sponsored by The Daily and Carol Baio of were selected as delegates to the National Achievers Conference to be held 2328 at Indiana Universi Phil Hurley of sponsored by Joy was named Charles Schubert of ShaPen was named the overall best Ralph president of Phil presi dent of Peggy president of Charles president of and Richard Wea president of the JA Journ accepted the certificates of participation for the 92 New Philadelphia and Jo sephs High juniors and seniors who took part in the program this Advisors also were introduced with a special citation for their Advisors were William Bevan Conti John Walton and Paul My who also received the Na tional Management Advisor Awards for their guidance and leadership of the Company of the Year1 Joe Deromedi and Robert Spencer ShaPen Victor Eugene Lawrence Secrest and Don Smith Da See Page 16 By Virginia Addison Reporter Staff Correspondent UHRICHSVILLE The Ohio Power last night asked City Council for immediate payment of a street lighting bill totaling The request was made by George local man ager for the who referred to a written statement in ad dressing His statement in part For several years the city has been delinquent in payment of street lighting The way this condition developed is a long story and need not be dis cussed at this Suffice to the present council had nothing to do with you after being duly elected and sworn automatically inherit ed the problem and also the re Group Urged To Eliminate Differences sponsibility to so conduct the citys affairs to eliminate such As of April the bill on the street lighting dating back to was Since then the city has paid and with the addi tioh the April bill this deb today amounts to the Power requests at this time the bil be paid in full and maintaine current Craiglow went on to point ou he had investigated the antici pated tax income of the city at the county auditors office and that the findings were disTcour aging because it disclosed the financial problems the city and council face are I couldnt find a way these bills could be readily Craiglow He re vealed he had talked with Carl city treasurer Scott city and Jim about the With this information and data from our experience over the years with similar situa See WTVILLE page 2 By FRED HOFFMAN WASHINGTON AP The United States will increase the new striking power planned for the South Vietnamese Air Force by a it was learned The 75 additional Skyraider dive bombers now due in South Viet Nam this summer will be boosted to more in Heres I Good News JFor All i i Householders Beginning tomorrow The i Daily Reporter will publish once a week a sprightly new artandtext feature which Dont drag out dead admonished Dwight as sistant superintendent of the State Department of Public In at last nights confer ence of representative board members and school executives formed sources told The Asso ciated Coupled with advis ers will step up thetempo and scope of training to double the present 400 Vietnamese pilots channel the best of them nto flying the propellerdriven attack Vietnamese flyers already are piloting singleseat Skyraiders and T28 converted trainers in bombing and strafing attacks on Communist They also are operating certain kinds of light reconnais sance planes and The objective of the expand ed effort in this area is to get more of the Vietnamese to fly combat missions and thus to enable Air Force in Viet Nam for training See Page 2 will enable you to get more effective use from your household gadgets and The art feature will give practical suggestions and i timesaving hints with an occasional touch of lightness making for a highly reada as well as addi tion to your enjoyment of jThe Daily meeting at the Newcomerstown invitation of Board Presi Dover Chemical Launches Bleach Production Line Becky Keener receives the Miss Junior Achiever of 1964 crown from years Donna Lawyers Approve Revision Proposal comerstown West Elementary Darling urged that past dif ferences be forgotten and that the group take steps to weld it self together as an active study organization on school consoli dation Be he and try to come up with a plan that will satisfy your no matter how enticing the al ternate may According to either a single district or the formation of 2 districts comprising New Go Stone Creek and Tuscarawas Warwick locals might be feasi ble under existing circum He favored the use of present school structures and See Page 2 ON THE INSIDE Ohio State Ohio AP The Bar at YESTERDAY High 66 Low 35 Elsewhere In High Low clear 87 51 clear 66 45 clear 54 35 Los cloudy 71 51 cloudy 84 77 New cloudy 75 49 clear 54 39 clear 73 51 San clear 56 48 cloudy 73 48 TODAY 7 46 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours Trace TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 70 Low 50 Forecast Fair and warmer its annual meeting has approved a proposal to reorgan ize Ohios court system includ ing fusion of several lower courts into the common pleas The approved by the 76 member Council of Delegates at the opening session Thurs will be presented at the next session of the It seeks a constitutional amend ment redefining the powers of the Stale Supreme courts of and courts of com mon The common pleas courts would assume jurisdiction of the mayors and oth er such subordinate courts un der the It calls for judges to be picked by a state judicial nominating with appointment by the instead of by Other proposals passed would judges a tax appeal court and a state board01 a conference of news men and attorneys to develop a statement of principles regard ing the reporting of court the procedures of land Despite some urging to keep See Page 2 A newlyinstalled automated bleach packaging line at Dover Chemical principal plant here has just made its first large scale production run of packaged household bleach for one of the large grocery chain This announcement was made today by Robfcrt pres who further stated This constitutes our first venture in the marketing of a widely used consumer In undertaking the new ven the company is capitalizing on its basic position in the chlo rinechemical in which it currently manufactures a large variety of chlorinecontaining compounds for industrial appli These processes have lead to the consumption by Dover Chemical of large quantities oi chlorine and caustic the basic ingredients of household The company now brings these materials into it Dover plant in its own trucks with low transportation a major factor in the cost of leach Dover Chemicals bleach is be ng packaged in modern plastic containers in the popularly used lousehold sizes of half gallons and under the companys registered trade The com pany also expects to do a grow ing volume of custom packag ing for some of the large food chains under private Our low combined with automatic handling and our own bleach production facilities make it possible for us to offer the consumer a quality product at a low Cohen Meetings Set To Air Holmes Student Plan MILLERSBURG Protests against the previouslyapproved relocation of elementary pupils in the East Holmes School Dis trict will be aired Thursday night at during a specia meeting of the Board of Educa tion in Hiland High near It is expected that many of the Amish who voiced disapproval at a previous board will be present to de nounce de facto integration of their Another meeting has been called by officials of the Berlin Elementary School to inform parents in their district of what Ambush Kills 51 Troops In Relief Column By PETER ARNETT Viet Nam AP Slipping out of their jungle stronghold in D zone north of a Communist Viet Cong force smashed a government relief column in one of the bloodiest ambushes of the From dugin positions along a the Viet Cong opened up with heavy weapon and au tomatic rifle fire that killed 51 government Another including an American Ranger were wounded in the en gagement Thursday 22 milei north of Ten soldiers were reported We make the same mistakes all the a frustrated American adviser There is an average of one major Viet Cong ambush every American advisers are concentrating much of their ef rort on making the Vietnamese ambush The Viet Cong laid their trap Thursday in traditional style by attacking three the can be It will be held Monday night at in the County School Mil ler said yesterday that an addi tional enrollment of 60 to 65 stu dents in the East Holmes Dis trict has made the relocation plan a Having strong religious See Page 2 district town of Tan Uyen and a strategic hamlet before Frantic radio reports from Tan 25 miles north of Sai alerted The attacks appeared coordi nated around Tan By three persons had been reported 10 weapons lost and two radio transmitters A relief force headed up the road along the Dong Nai Elements of a Ranger and in fantry battalion were in the re lief which moved in veh American sources The Viet Cong had apparently moved in alongside the road Wednesday Reports of the ambush are still but apparently the Viet Cong permitted part of the convoy to pass and then opened Other government units were rushed to the region but re ported no contact with the Viet The company is thus joining the ranks of many of the coun trys major chemical compan who have found it profitable to market directly to the con products which they have been making on large scale for industrial Around The World Churches 15 Dear Abby 19 19 21 Goren On Obituaries 2 Television 13 Womens Pages 8 9 Your Horoscope 19 Dover High Commencement Speaker Is Noted Educator Sandy Valley School Board Sets Bond Levy Vote MAGNOLIA Sandy Valley Board of in recess ed action last passed a resolution of necessity for a Jun ior High School and approved placing a 3mill bond issue on the November This bond issue will be for a 22year peri amounting to The proposed location and other details were discussed with no decision being DAY BRIGHTENER Insomnia What a person has when he lies awake all night for an The board also voted to place a new operating levy on the November A bond is sue for a junior high and a new operating levy were turned down by voters last Supplementary coaching as signments approved included Larry varsity football as sistant and varsity baseball at Sandy Valley High David John freshman football at San dy Valley Johnny 7th and 8th Grade basketball at and William Ar district head of footbal for 7th and 8th Resignations of 4 Barbara Thompson of East Merle Cain at See Page I Harold pres ident of Capital University in has been announced as the speaker for Dover Highs graduation exercises June 8 at 8 in the physical education He is a brother of Edward Decker of 129 Widelyknown for his speaking Yochums topic will Should Be Aint Is A native of he grad uated from high school there in 1910 and 4 years later he was graduated by with an He received his Masters degree at Ohio State in after which he served as an instructor at Capital until He received his Bachelor of See Page 2 HAROLD YOCHUM Wrong Lever Robert Herrmann of 1226 Wooster i shown at the packaging machinery which drama tically converts empty bottles into accurately labeled and cartoned 1 Lena of 729 4th New Philadel went to switch off her turn signals but instead she shifted her car into reverse and contributed to an accident at Wooster and 4th in which she and another driver were According to Pol ces car came to a sudden stop and a panel truck behind her driven by Donald Gow of 256 Grand view New struck Polce complained of whip lash and a passenger in her Archie Mastreano of 252 Lewis New sustained an injured Police cited Gowan for fail ing to stop within the assurred clear distance and Polce for stopping without giving a Another unusual mishap oc curred yesterday when Darlene of 1100 Tuscarawas New pulled out of the Maple Grove Cemetery on Slingluff Avenue and thought she saw something fly into the back seat of her According to Swin derman turned around momen tarily and went over the curb at 328 Slingluff dam aging a lawn strip and striking a No Parking She waf uot   

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