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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                State Seeks Suggestions To Curb Teenage Drinking ProblemStory Below All Papers Print Like Ths Discover It THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION 44 largest Circulation In Tosearawas County New July Serving Over FamiUtt PHONE 42167 7 CENTS County Budget Faces Paring Job i Mayor Withholds Zoning Change that s left of this section of the American Cyanamid plant that was ripped by a series of The blasts ripped the roof from the DMUaing in tfie lyackgrpund and splintered the frame structures in the fore Park Picnic Rules Listed Dover Councils parks com in association wit Parks Clarence Stuck and Service Director announced a set of Do ver City Park picnic area rule and regulations Monday night getting sanction of the lawmak ers at the same The purpose of these rule and committe chairman Robert Bair begai his is to provide an or derly control over the use o the City Park picnic facilitie and to provide as broad a usagi of possible for the residents o There are no charges for thi use of City he contin and no prior reservations may be made for use of pic nic shelters or The park is open from to The rules laid down include Tables for noon picnics may not be taken or held unti the Park opening at groups or families wishing to have breakfast a the Park may walk in from the entrance barrier and use the park provided they give up their table or tables by JO The first in line at the bar See Page 9 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 85 low 54 THE WEATHER EUEWHERJ High Low Pr clear 98 67 cloudy 71 82 54 86 74 63 5 89 67 60 Los clear 8 58 clear 88 74 New York clear 8S 64 cloudy clear cloudy clear TCOAY 7 RAiflf ALL Lgst U hours TOMOBBQW Sunrise Sunset 9 I M II AnyGood WillFunds Unless some civic organiza tion takes it under its wing as a theres no lighting in store for tennis courts at Do ver City Councils parks committee provided a report on cost esti mates Monday but con cluded with the notation that no funds were available at this The report was a followup to a request made 2 weeks ago by the Dover Teen According to cost estimates provided by John Billow of the JacksonBayley Electric Art Dover Electric Line Division and Engineer Don Dummer total costs range from to on type installation The extreme cost includes 24 fixtures and club light lighting of approximately 15 foot can dies on playing 16 steel poles and 713 and under ground Variances in costs are ob tained with the substitution of wood using present back stop illumination on play ing surface with 10 feet can and overhead Any help HONAKER ASSUMES POST 1 County School Board Airs Consolidation Activities The Tuscarawas County Board of which met lasi night was concerned largely with routine All members were present in addition to Linton Hon high school supervisor and superintendent and elementary A letter was read from the itate Board of Education ex messing the states approval of he creation of a new city school district to be comprised of Uhr Dennison and U n i o n After extensive discussion of tie projected county reorganiza the board decided to tafee o action at this It was announced that the next meeting of representatives f the several local boards and le county board to consider matters pertaining to the county eorganiation would be held at July 4t which the boards pneerned axe expected to de ide if they wished to proceed 3 survey to determine the of the The county hoard yoted its willingness to ssist in the sujryey jf the State H to attend a workshop for super intendents to be held at Ohio University next Honakers term of office as county slat ed to begin was moved up to i to complywith Ohio Riddle reported that new grade cards will be available for Grades 18 this He also reported on attending a read ing conference in Philadelphia where special work is being done in elementary library work and individualized He further announced that a county workshop will be set up in the fall to familiarize teach ers with the new math tech niques and 3 Get 6Month Driving Penalty Three motorists lost their driving privileges for 6 months today appearing in Central District County Court for accu mulating ig or more points un der the state point A fourth case was Those receiving suspensions el win assist y tfefi group wiU probjbjy bj flg fey Qhjyp ynjyfirsjjy an or was Levy Request Possible For Added Funds Tuscarawas County Commis sioners will have to pare from the 35 requests for operat ing funds for Either or put a levy on a ballot to meet the sought by the various county of ficeholders and According to Auditor Donald secretary of the County Budget Commission who eventu ally must certify funds for the various the amount represents the difference be tween the anticipated revenues and the proposed expenditures for next The total represents only Gen eral Fund administered solely by Each budget will be reviewed by commissioners at which time the department head will be giv en an opportunity to defend his Increases sought by several offices resulted in the overrevenue Anticipated income compared with this years estimated is only or Requests have climbed to an in crease of over 1964s estimated expenditures of A breakdown of the anticipat ed income for 1965 shows Balance in General Fund general property See COUNTY Page 9 Twin Fatality Hikes Holmes Record To 5 MILLERSBURG Holmes Countys fourth and fifth traf fic fatalities occurred yesterday when 2 cars collided headon on a slight curve on Route 9 miles north of Killed immediately was Ger ald Leroy owner and operator of Aljng Woolen Mills near Berlin and driver of the eastbound A passenger in the same William Bren Conns died See Page 2 The New York State flag is prepared for display in the San Francisco Cow 49 state banners by Manuel Valdez in preparation for the 1964 Republican National Convention opening next Monday Romney Leaves Scranton Alone In CR Manuever By JACK BELL SAN FRANCISCO AP Michigan George Romney failed to line up today with Pennsylvania William Scranton for a stop GOP platform declaration that the new civil rights law is con In an advance text of his re marks furnished the convention platform committee for a Wednesday Rom ney did not mention the consti tutional declaration Scrantons forces obviously had chosen as a vehicle for a convention floor fight they believe might torpedo Barry Goldwaters ap parent grip on the Republican presidential Scrantons backers also were reported in line for another set back in a ruling by Kath erine the convention that rules of the House of Rep resentatives will govern conven were 35 345 fcgh K If 004 Thomas m J4iaJAoJfew of Jfew Search Begun For Canoeists The Tuscarawas County Sher iff Department was notified last night by Missouri officials that 3 sleeping believed to be those used by 3 Strasburg youths during a canoe had been found on the Mississippi River A fullscale search by the Pemiscot County Sheriff De partment and the Coast Guard there has been launched for the The sheriff office there re ported there had been a heavy storm Sunday night and the youths possibly had gotten lost after wandering from their camp The canoe is miss deputies The Bill Terry both and Jim Ecen left June from Sunday night when they tele phoned from They reached the Mississippi halfway point of their summer trip to New Reporter Readers To Get Full Convention Picture Richard Zimmerman of The DAY SJUGHTINE8 A Psychiatrist is gyy when going helps Daily Reporters Bureau in Co lumbus will leave Thursday for San Francisco where he will cover the Republican National Wellacquainted with numer ous political and governmental leaders in the Zimmer man will pay particular atten tion to the Ohio delegations ac tivities and He will be in daily contact with many of the Buckeye includ ing Ray Adkins of Zimmermans observations at the convention will give readers of The Daily Reporter an exclu sive home look at the pro Zimmermans coverage will be in addition to that by The As sociated which has as signed 150 persons to the con including photo graphers and technical tion The platform said there will be a fight if efforts are made to put the constitutionality in the Id welcome that kind of he Laird is understood to have argued with Romney against proposing action on the consti tutionality The gov See CR Page 9 Hennis Given 17 Years In Larceny Case Former Dover insurance agent Harry was sentenced to 1 to 7 years in the Ohio Penitentiary this morning by Common Pleas Judge Lamneck on a June 1 larceny by trick jury after announcing the said he would hold the case open one week if restitution of was he would consider who sat soberly throughout the proceedings to was conviced by the jury of fraudulently obtaining the money from John a Bolivar and an insurance Defense Wilford Miller mittee adopted similar rules Monday The parliamentarians ruling would mean that chairman of the platform would control the time and designate the speakers on both sides for convention debate on any pro posed amendments to his com mittees platform recommenda Laird is opposed to any plat form declaration about the con stitutionality of the civil rights who has more than enough delegate votes to win the nomination unless they slip voted the legislation in the Senate on the grounds that the public accom modations and equal employ ment sections were unconstitu In Goldvvaiers campaign Denison Thus Daily Reporter readers are assured the most complete con vention coverage in the history of Jack head of the APs Senate staff for 22 and Harry another Washing ton will handle the main convention Relman Pat winner of 2 Pulit zer and Saul Pett will do general assignment and feature James news analyst whose column appears regularly m The will be on hand to interpret develop Frances Lewine of Wash Council Puts 7 Lots Under New Rating Dover Council approved the rezoning of 7 lots on the east side of Union between Lib erty and Shafer Mon day but Mayor Le Moyne Luthy indicated that he plan to give his im mediate signature to the ordi The zoning which oc cupied the majority of time con sumed during a 2hour session last hence could return to Council floor again on Mon July if Luthy not to sign the According to the mayor has 10 days to return the ordi nance with his objections to the legislative or if it is not in to the next regu lar meeting in this case July Should the mayor not return or sign the ordinance within the time it would take effect in the same manner as though he had signed unless the leg islative by adjourn prevents its Council voted 61 to suspend the rules permitting a final vote on the measure last Ward 4 Councilman Robert who gave the lone dissenting reply in the suspension was join ed by CouncilmanatLarge Wil bert Jentes in a final 52 approv Council President Arthur Han ni gave members a 20minute recess during the convened ses sion to discuss the which rezones the lots involved from R2 low density residence district to R4 classification high density residence dis Audience discussion of the or dinance took another 20 minutes with James Patrick of New See Page 9 County To Sell Phila Property County buildings and property on 210 High in N e w Philadelphia will be sold at a jblic County Commissioner Delmar Baer said today commissioners have requested legal advise from the prosecutors office for conducting the Included in the property is request by Lamneck to defer The second story of the build ing an Bond was set at lamneck earlier said the sen tence would begin next Tuesday according to s J ON THi INSIDE fjc w me Ui YY 4 n T ington and Doris Klein of Los had notAround The World Kfimi i Angeles will cover the womens All in Daily Reporter read ers are assured the most com plete coverage possible as the front running GOP candidates jockey for the presidential and vice presidential been Dear Abby 17 i in pronouncing senjDr said the purpose of bring Dr Crane 17 ing convicted persons before the Goren On Bridge 17 court for sentencing is to inflict Obituaries 3 institute a type of and to warn the gen See P8ge OHIO OFFICIALS SEEK SOIUTION Sports Television Womens 8 9 Your Horoscope 15 11 12 5 Teenage Drinking Study Is Underway fcUl 1 Control officials of Liquor Control en Ohio Uquor Control Directordig into this problem thorough S i IJ A tide is Stir Sri today mailed letters to civic and school lead law enforcement ly on the local take it and see what makes our teenagers In stations issued be parental any evi The point we Mt   

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