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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                mm m Kent Center Pupils Say Lack Of Social Activity Is Lone Shortcoming Low ftsaffteis Is tfteites wmtfrf te tmaMe fa ntit Low eesti neafiteis Is quality and the friendly atmosphere are the chief plus factors ef the eafawas County Academic Cen according to area students attending the Kent State pre gram at New The Center is now completing its second year of operation in Tuscarawas A recent survey of students The Reporter Is Your Action Newspaper dieates wmtld unable tat attend college without the gram and afcout the enly earnings mentioned are lack of social activities to generate a college 1 think lhave received rny moneys worth says erly Ann Haver of BD New From talking with 1 find that 1 have not been slighted and in many ways have gotten more out of the courses than some on Katherine James of sis Wa ter tJhfichsville I have spent some time on campus and find the quality of education here as good and in some cases she Since the college moved here in Gloria Kaufman of 431 Kelly New has lived only 4 blocks She believes after talk ing with students from other that some of the work here may be even harder than the work on When comparing notes on an RB Lowelia has sound criterion for She can observe her 2 daughters who attend separate state end municipal 1 feel that the education at the Center is comparable in the courses 1 have taken to What my daughters are receiv she pointing Im glad Kent has an Academ ic Clifford Margaret Blair of 1921 Dover Do likes the friendly atmo nearness to home and the attractive reading room and abundant materials in the reading William Ripley of 237 5lh New goes even 1 am satis fied with both the quality of teachers and of the used by I believe 1 have learned more in 3 quarters of schooling here than I learned in my 4 years of high J s THE DAILY REPORTER One of the most frequently mentioned suggestions for lure Center is introduction of social activities of some Many indicate they would feel more like they attend college with some ac Local trustees cussed the matter informal but nothing definite has yet been Carolyn Rectanus of 728 Sec KENT Page 10 HOME EDITION VOL 18 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover New July 1964 GOP Presents Tear Or Faith Choice To By BARRY Associated Press Writer SANFRANCISCO AP Youthful Mark Hatfield of Oregon has called on Americans of all political persuasions to rally to the Republican banner and set out again on a pilgrimage of We offer America a choice between fear and Hatfield said Monday night in his keynote address to the Repub lican National Serving Over Familiet PHONE 42167 7 CENTS National Committee Chairman William Miller background bangs the gavel to open the 1964 Republican National Convention in San Zoning Fight Looms Before Phila Council New Philadelphia City Coun in a 90minute regular ses sion last passed 4 ordi referred an additional operating request for the Recreation and Park Depart ments to the financial commit tee and heard complaints on roadway conditions on Kaderly and Kelly and 5th Also appearing to be shaping up is a fight over a request from Clarence Farbizo of 412 Chauncey NW to rezone vacant lots he owns along 4th NW across from Union Country Club from residen tial to commercial The Farbizo has recently was optioned to a Ra venna presumably for a 2 New Teachers Hired For Dover The Dover Board of Education hired 2 new teachers and gave the goahead on several proj ects in a 3hour session Monday Emmet Riley reports he still needs a primary and a high school teacher to complete his Hired were Beatrice Huff of who taught Strasburg last year and has 3 years of col lege and Eleanor Armstrong of New Pet Dover police were in the pet business again as dogs and cats were the offend ers in most of the days com Reports were received of a dog which barked all night in the 200 btock of Johnson and of a large yellow and white dog running loose on Broad Atlie Peterroan of m Bank Lane said his German answering to the name had gotten It was also reported a sick cat was up a tree on Uth and that one was struck by car op Cross Besponding to a call from the State police halted 3 car on Route whose occu pants were questioned in con nection with an armed robbery in Summit A cheek showed the occupants were not the persons Another complaint was of a boy sgea riding bike pa 7th Si Hearing Scheduled On Dover Addition A public hearing bss beeo joi1 28 before feyoly titiuria m 4 JM is fftsi el iv who has 2 years of credit and 16 years of teaching experience at New Philadelphia and Tuscarawas Both were given elementary assign Projects approved were Installing 2 exhaust fans in the new cafeteria to improve air was estimated at Action came after the architect for the building of fered no solution to abate the muggy atmosphere which devel ops when the cafeteria is used as a hall or by large crowds during hot The move was recommended by res ident engineer James Replacing of the 20yearold telephone switchboard in the high school with new General Telephone equipment tying in the entire school The move was made in conjunction with the revamping of the high school Ughting of the paved play ground behind the gymnasium Set NEW Page shopping Gary Garabrandt of 453 Chauncey NW questioned Council if approval of such a rezoning request could be made without the majority consent that Solicitor Donald Zimmerman told him that either a with a majority of the neigh bors could be pre sented to Council by Farbizo requesting the action or Coun cil after a public hear enact the rezoning classi fication change on its A letter from noti fying Council of his intentions to make a formal request at a later was returned to Mayor Joseph chairman of the city planning Citing what he termed spot rezoning in residential Garabrandt told city officials that The people of this town aregetting tired of He also questioned the citys oftentalkedabout yearly revenue from a lease on the Municipal He stated that for that small con sidering the cost of mainte it would be better to sell land there for commercial development sites There was comment from See PHILA Page 13 In the program of the Re publican Party is a victory for all Americans Democrats and 42 last told the delegates and alter nates at the Cow Palace Our faith challenges any who would destroy whether they wrap themselves in a false cloak of patriotism or in an equally false cloak of Developing this he flailed at the bigots in this na tion who spew forth the venom of They must be he and this applies to the Ku Klux the John Birch the Communist and the hundreds of others like DAY BRICHTENER Deifnition of a sun bather A fry in the Moravians Form New Parish Formation of a new Moravi an with a new was announced Sunday to gvegations of Dover South Mo ravian ehyrph gad Frys YaJiey Moravian WiJliauj Cranford of Us E wUl assymj tht pastorate sf the 3 Sept He presently is m Ms seventh year pastor flie C fc ur e b be wU for At Frys ceed out of ver Urn to mm ftt sfer WU444M Cft Cheers split the air at this dec laration by the photogenic gov who linked faith to the Negroes quest for civil The he have faith for those mi norities which do now have equal opportunity we can find the means of assuring to each of them access to these Levy Decision Is Weighed By Commissioners Tuscarawas County Commis sioners indicated this morning they would reach a decision by Monday concerning the possi bility of a levy to alleviate a deficit in the proposed county general fund budget for There were no decisions reached this morning at a pub lic attended only by members of the County Budget Prosecutor Harlan and it probably will give top consid eration to one or possible 2 small levies for the Child Welfare Department or Soldiers instead of asking for a straight operating levy as previously They did rule out the possibility of paring the amount from the budget when appropriations are made at the first of the The specific levies sumably would call lor between 45 and m mills for each of the above mentioned General operating em a list resort to meet the proposed by the 35 county departments and have been by voters in recent 161 To Attend Annugl Farm Event Thursday Tfce aflnjjal foj fer m have been issued to letters of will te at witt prerequisites of The converse of faith is and in his traditional castiga tion of the Democrats Hatfield asked Why do they fear to tell the American people what our foreign policy when American boys are dying in a See FEAR OF FAITH Page 6 LUCKY OR UNLUCKY Rhodes Has Fateful Decision With 13 Personal Votes By Richard Zimmerman This interpretation is a water Daily Reporter Staff Writer SAN FRANCISCO The cau cus held by Ohios delegation to the Republican convention has left James Rhodes with a most important decision to What will he do with the 13 delegates who prefer to vote for him as the favorite The 13 votes will not turn the tide for any candidate but they could both help and hurt Rhodes There are some who interpret the delegations votingdecision as an indication the governor is so weak as a favorite son that he could hold only 13 Even such a firm Goldwater supporter as John Ash brook of Johnstown still insists he would have felt morally bound to vote for Rhodes on the first ballot if thedelega tion had not been Yet if the governor would call a caucus tomorrow and ask that the 13 delegates vole for a real idea he is toying would be injured nationally as if not all the would go to Goldwa ter and that would put Rhodes squarely in the Arizona senators This he doss not while at the same time avoiding the stop Gold Goldwater Goes After Stray Delegate Votes By JACK BELL and HARRY KELLY SAN FRANCISCO Driving his delegates toward a Firstballot Barry Goldwater stopped along the way today to try to put my rope on a few He also bemoaned the damage he thinks fellow Republicans have done With no morning session in the GOP Goldwater dropped in on the Oregon dele gation and told them that Dem ocrats can do no more damage to me than some Republicans have already he should have discussed the fail ing of the Johnson administra not whether Goldwater wanted to drop a nuclear The backers of William Scranton formed their falter ing stopGoldwater drive for one more try to stop the Goldwater bandwagons swift flight toward the presidential Scrantons backers plan to try to hammer three amendments into the carefully constructed platform bearing the Arizona conservatives It likely will be their last real stand before Wednesday nights balloting for the presidential and they pulled a surprise maneuver to try to crack Goldwaters iron grip on the convention Leverett R disclosed they had called on one of the partys elder former Secretary of State Christian to of er the Scranton forces version of a nuclear arms control This proposal was aimed at joldwaters statement that the Atlantic Treaty Organiza ion commander should have greater sypervision over actical nuclear It proposed to put the party on ecord as reaffirming the his orical constitutional precept of civilian control over the mill It went on to say that the authority to use Americas nuclear weapons belongs only to the President of the United An agreement was reached by convention officials to spend an hour on this and a proposed change in the civil rights plank approved by the Goldwater dominated platform But Hugh Scott of a Scranton back thought so little of the pros pects of success that he asked or only 10 minutes to offer a proposal to denounce extrem Area Thefts Investigated Sheriffs deputies are inves tigating theft reports receiv ed yesterday afternoon from El ton Quillen of RD New Phil and Kenneth Smitley of Quillen said a brown umbrel la valued at had been taken from a field near his residence sometime Sunday or Smitley deputies that someone bad broken open the back door of his house ancj that an army a dress robe fey and cans of total value of were miss The theft reportedly took place yesterday Hews Briefs men were arrested Mon an attempt to Mefro ckujrch which an started paint today Respite warnjyQgs from ON THE INSIDE Around The World 6 Alvarez 17 Dear Abby 15 Crane 15 Obituaries 2 Sports U 12 Television 7 The language proposed showed a willingness to give some ground on the chance of winning over Republicans not unalterably committed to either of the major For the proposed civil rights amendment does not See Page 6 Rail Crossing Blocked Again Dover police received a call at today that a Railroad train had been block ing the crossing near the Har chem Division of Wallace and Tiernan for more than an An who went to the said the crossing was blocked 20 minutes while he was there and reportedly for an hour His report also staled the train had been brok The area Mooreville is out of the Dover corporation and therefore not within the juris diction of city accord ing to Mayor LeMoyne Lu It was indicated the Sheriff Department would probably be The Ohio governor is particu larly concerned now because 2 national sources have labeled him the white backlash gover nor because comments he purportedly made to Rhodes did make practical comment to the Pennsylvania governor that Goldwater could win partly because of such a but the Scranton forces are playing the comment way out of proportion in des peration and With this la bel on Rhodes looks as if he strongly favors Goldwater and to give him 13 more votes would only solidify this impres Leaders of the 13 delegates are state who are con cerned over their future elec tion on a statewide if Goldwater should prove highly unpopular in On the other the hard core of Goldwa ter strength is in the congres sional bloc in the delegation elected from Since Rhodes slowly is becoming involved in a power struggle with older members of this bloc fsir control of the party he may want to oblige the state bloc as much as possible and keep his name in the State Chairman Ray Bliss is keeping in the background because he is caught in the middle of this But he has always favored a united front and likely would prefer Rhodes to shuck off the 13 dele is more concerned with what his fellow profession al political pros think than with the impression left with the gen eral If Rhodesforces his dele gates to leawe him it will show See BIG Page 2 Convention i Bill Of Fare SAN FRANCISCO Here is the program for today and Wednesday at the Republi can National Convention in the Cow is Eastern Standard informed of the Con ductor of the train was TODAY 6 called to order by temporary The was handed a Report of Committee on Your Horoscope 15 Womens Pages 8 9 fine by Mayor Luthy following a court hearing Friday as the result of an hours blocking of the Tuscarawas cross ing last Wednesday Workmen Resume Ohio Road Projects Ohio AP Work resumed today on Ohios million worth of highway construction with little or no effect evident from a three day strike by the Operating Eng ineers The dispute with the Ohio Contractors Association ended Monday with the union taking back an approved contract for secret ballot vote by its First indications were that the pact will he Monday Con business manager of the unions Local sai4 engineers in the Cleveland area seemed to favor the con About mis at the ng The contract is the secoad approved by An iarljej proposal was rejected by 1 vote 218i7i tors contended the vote was not representative and sought a re When the issue became bog ged down the engineers went on strike Friday Because Saturday and Sunday were days off and a Sunday rain made work on most projects impos sible the walkout never was feit Federal Mediator Mon toney would not discuss the terms of the proposed contract to replace one which expi4 May But Converse said the pact calls for hourly wage in creases for Cleveland area engi neers of 75 cents spread over three Members in other areas of the state will get a 55 Converse over the three Operators of earthspreading equipnwnt will get an 15 hike over the same Introduction of Report of Committee on Rules and Order of Report of Committee on manent Roman Hruska of Ne braska introduces the ent convention Thruston Morton of Ken Speech by Election of National Melvin Laird of Wiscon sin presents the report on the party platform drawn by the Committee on Charles Halleck of In diana introduces former Presii dent Dwight Speech by WEDNESDAY called to order by permanent George dldate for the Senate from Roll call of states for tion for president of the United Nomination for president of the United Boll caU of stales foy of a nominee for the United oj of comsdttee   

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