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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Dover, Ohio In GOP WASHINGTON AP William Scrantons sudden decision to challenge ry Goldwater for the Republi can presidential nomination not leaders across the But including foes of wondered if the gov ernors move wasnt too In essence they Where was Scranton earlier And a Rockefeller supporter remarked Scranton and others like him sat on their hands too There was certainly no sign in an Associated Press survey of party leaders of any break in the ranks of Goldwater back ers after Scrantons announce ment Those who cheered the gov ernors leap into the race were previously uncommitted or were backing candidates other than Typical of those who have been Goldwater was Tennessee GOP chairman Har See TOO Page 11 THE DAILY REPORTER DoverNew June 1964 40 7 CENTS Twin City Water Board Upheld In Judges Ruling The longstanding dispute in volving membership and man agement of the Twin City Wa ter Department Board and Sew age Disposal Plant was settled yesterday by a Common Pleas judge in a court entry backed by a 14page held as valid ordinances and agreement of July 1 and between the Village of Dennison and the City of the joint man agement i of the waterworks sys tem jointly owned by the 2 mu nicipalities and agreement of March between the 2 munici for the furnishing of sewage disposal service pay ment for the Lamneck in his writ ten that there were 2 main issues to be settled in the suit filed on March 4 by Dennison through May or Donald against the Dennison Board of Trustees of Public legality and compo sition of the Board of Trus tees of the Jointly owned Twin City Waterworks and management and operation of the sewerage sys tem in both With respect to the Twin City Water Works board of Board Quizzed On Loss Of School Rating By Sally Duffy Telephone HY 87839 NEWCOMERSTOWN The Board of Education was ques tioned last night by a group of parents about the loss of North Central of Secondary Schools and Colleges accredita tion and what can be done to regain Asking the questions were find and Ray and Vic Cornell and Some of the more important queries and explanations follow Q What jwas the reason we lost our accreditation A Addy read a let tor to lhe board from the NCA Stating tine deficiencies have ex isted since 1956 and that some have been cleared but oth erg bave the principal does not have the re quired masters the brarian isnot certified and the library does not have minimum Q What has been done on each of these items A The has just completed a 6hour course at Kent State Universitys Academic Center and she is to take summer in library science toward obtaining The board has purchased 500 to 600 books each year for the last 7 and the school has gained a 70 per cent increase over the number of It was stat ed that the school now has still short of the NCA minimum for a school the See SCHOOL Page 14 Lamneck in accordance with the 1948 that it consists of 6 may ors of Dennison and Uhrichs ville as ex officio and 4 2 of whom are to be appointed by each of the 2 city Both by force of the 2 ordinances enacted validly in setting up the waterworks sys tem and by Section of the Revised must serve as board the judge fur ther Dennison Board of Trustees of Public Affairs has no duty nor authority with regard to joint management of the waterworks Lamneck With respect to the sewage disposal service and payments for it in the 2 Lamneck ordered that Denni sons Board of Trustees of Pub lic Affairs present jurisdiction over the sewerage system with in the confines of Dennison manage and con trol that system and appoint necessary employes and until such time as Dennison acquires an interest in the sewage disposal plant now presently owned by Uhrichs ville and turn over all its existing authority to the Twin See WATER Page 6 ON THE INSIDE Around The World 10 Goren On Bridge 23 Hospital 14 27 Sports 2829303132 17 to 20 Womens Pages 9 Smiling William Scranton gives an OK sign after announcing his presidential A Goldwater man holds a sign for Scrantons Scrantpns own sign left shows him and his DAY BRIGHTENER One drawback about taking home movies on your vacation is that you have to return home to find out what you Weathervane YESTERDAY High 87 Low 67 Elsewhere In High Low Pr clear 92 58 rain 79 50 cloudy 85 71 clear 93 74 New cloudy 92 69 cloudy 84 66 Salt cloudy 76 48 cloudy 65 52 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunset High 87 Low 65 Forecast Partly Land Action Is Appealed Edwin and Ruth Barley of 301 Winkler Do have filed notice of their intention to appeal the approp riation of a parcel of land front ing on the Valley Manor Nursing Home on Routes 250 and south of The State Highway Depart ment had made a deposit of for acres of land to be used in the construction of the New Philadelphia Route 2508 The Barleys have asked Com mon Pleas Court to determine a just amount of compensation for both the land appropriated and damage caused to the residue of their The highway department made no offer toward such Campaign Push Opens Today In Connecticut By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Suave William Scranton em barked today on what he de picts as a Lincolnian crusade to rescue the Republican party from the Goldwater conserva tism he sees as threatening a GOP defeat in Scranton declared himself in the running for the partys pres idential nomination Friday and received a warm sendoff from many Republican in cluding former President Dwight Eisenhower and the target of his new Barry Goldwater of Goldwater called Scranton one of the outstanding gover nors in the who had urged an open vention and indicated differ ences with welcomed the entry of whom I have long But Scranton received any thing but good wishes from mer Vice President Richard Nixon had urgtfd some get in the ring with Gold And he declared Friday night that Scranton had a See Page 11 FBI Probes Nuclear Theft PHILADELPHIA AP The Federal Bureau of Investigation is probing the possible theft of government nuclear reports from an Ohio aviation agent staying at the International Aifr port Motel A briefcase containing filef and reports was ransacked by a police forced his way into the room of Robert of Qhio4 Friday
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