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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Previews Cover New Phil Midvale Grid Training 17 more In The Reporter for Women Readers THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION VOL 44 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew August Serving Over Familial PHONE 42167 1 CENTS McCarthy Backs Humphrey For Veep Post Time Hearing For LBJs Decision ATLANTIC AP Democrats turn from conven tion battles to the loud but peaceful ritual tonight of ac claiming President Johnson as their nominee and hearing final ly his choice of a running All hands including Eugene McCarthys point ed to Hubert the bustling quicktalking party whip in the Senate as the man Johnson wants for vice presi who had been an other favorite in the vicepresi dential declared today in favor of a fellow McCarthy sent a telegram to Johnson this acknowl edging he had been interested for several weeks in the job but concluding It is my opinion the qualifi cations that you have listed or which you are said to have list ed as most desirable in the man who would be vice presi dent with you would be met ad mirably by Senator I wish therefore to recom mend for your primary consid eration Senator Hubert Hum One of will do items on the Dover school agenda this year is the beef ing up of the elementary reading Already hard at with the opening of school 2 weeks are Donald Peters elementary super Dover Avenue Principal Glen Groh and Karen a 1st teacher at East They are shown ex aming the new reading Element ary science also will come in for some extra attention this with the new series of textbooks now in the second year of The approaching school year is heralded throughout todays South Avenue Speeding Hit Kenneth France of 219 Wills attended last nights ses sion with the safety committee of Dover City Council and Safe The late 1940s baby boom will swell upper grades to new ty Director William Sweitzer to peaks this year as approximately school children in the area return to classes within the next 2 26 Await The Bell There was no immediate comment from the White House Press Secretary George nothing Reedy said he knew about the McCarthy A man who Edmund Pat Brown rehearses his speech nominating President Johnson from the podium at the Democratic telegram except for news ac counts on Sometime in the next few Johnson will one way or another make his choice But no one professed in ad vance to know just how o Delegates who eddied around in this football fieldsized hall had gone through all of the characteristic motions of a Democraticconvention and now ready for the big They had adopted a platform giving the Republicans whatfo but carefully tailored to fi Johnsons prescription for a consensus party within which Southern conservatives could abor alongside Northern liber als in the campaign vineyard or the Presidents election in They patched up a comprom se nobody liked over the ques ion of seating a Mississippi del egation not pledged to support national Five members of the predom nantly Negro Mississippi Free dom Democratic Party gained entrance to the hall and sat down in the allbutempty seats under the states where they werent supposed to Promptly the only three mem bers of the allwhite regulars who had agreed to go along with Johnson and thus had been seated vanished in the Alabama delegates who had refused to take the loyalty pledge but had filled up the seats in states sector shouted a loyalty yell when House Speaker John McCor who took over as the con ventions permanent asked for The Alabamians said this made them legal Bailey said he knew nothing about any such adding that they are not in the Since no roll calls seemed nobody seemed SeeDECISION Page 2 Cleo Could Gain Steam request action to curb speed ing on South Increased traffic to the Mir acle Lane Plaza and a desire to avoid traffic France l have resulted in a considerable tnem increase in traffic on South Neighborhood residents had ear lier requested action from City but the recommended traffic light at Shafer and Tus carawas was rejedted by the safety We are serious about France Something has got to be done before a child gets If we have well hire a lawyer and sign peti No action was taken but the committee agreed to take the problem under There was no discussion of re cent police Dover police have submitted a monthly pay in crease request to City Councils finance They also requested paid longevity pay and a costoMiv ing Deskmen were included in the police wanting them to have the same salary as a Phila Police Lose Member Paul Carpenter of 438 High is the second AP Hurricane Cleo made a north ward turn today and aimed di rectly for the southeast Florida The Weather Bureau hoisted gale warnings for south Florida and the western Baha Rising northeasterly winds gale force th forecasters t i and small craft sailors as almost every new students will be greeted by urged Q sfiek gafe harbor The Florida warning area ex tended from Sombrero 40 miles northeast of Key to ort Lauderdale on the lower east coast of the Florida main and and included populous Mi with at least 64 dead in jer moved off the north Cuba coast over the Florida traits shortly before 10 Unable to get hurricane hun Weathervane YESTERDAT High Low 61 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE Low Free 92 64 76 58 52 new new administrators and new or updated as every there will be a newness for last years students and the many whose schools have become identified with ber of the New Philadelphia pa lice department to resign with in 3 who was hired turned in his resign tion yesterfey to Chief but gave no Clark this morning said he has scheduled a meeting tot Thursday with Safety Pirector WUJiajn Frenzei ajad Mayor seph Prit to discuss Dover Dovers school year will be gin with a conference for new teachers on from 9 to 3 in the high This will be followed 8 with the annual convocation an allday affair for all staff an estimated will answer the school bell be ginning Times will re main the same as last 9 to noon to 4 for elementary and 8 to for high school and junior high Pupils in kindergarten through 6th Grade approximately will report to their respective buildings at 9 on Those in the Junior High ap proximately 750 8th and 9th Graders will report at 8 the same Senior High students will start classes on 10 at 8 The 760 expected includes 265 in the Senior the largest in the schools history ana second only to New Philadelphias the largest in the countys Events at the new teachers conference will include talks by Emmet who also will handle the introductions Clerk Treasurer George Aeber sold on retire sick and Arline president Qf the Dover Teacher QO sionjj Johfl g former Ewer teacher sad now proles of at Qhis State wiJJ be featured speaker at the pro llementary Daryl Badertscher and Betty Brandt at Dover Ave and Georganne Geltz and Sara Armstrong at East Ele David general science and biology Esther Eng ish and social studies Char English Ray m o n d Junior High guidance Soy Spanish and French Richard math imatics William physics and mathematics Judith Vas girls physical education changes w Ught of the Patrolman Robert Ajrgdod to formed city comcUflien Bight men besides Ryan would be quitUug 0 low wUJ toe others taJoflg part m the which will begw with M session at of teachers sje siVsy harles zanne Thomas lish Su Helen nee harles social and How ard DennisoniFschool system Josephs Approximately 440 students will attend Josephs School this 175 students in the Wgh according to Sister Mary New teachers in the tary classes are Sister 2nd and Sister Mary 6th New teachers in the high school are Sister senior home room Sister Mary and Jean 9th New Philadelphio New Philadelphia City School will ppen for classes 8 with approximately stu dents to There also will be a teachers1 meetwg the first of the first ail eleraeo stydjots should report to school at 1ft Grades 9 3 12 wiJJ start classes at 10 II at 1 Qraies 7 awi W at for the eLewentary grades will aM the high the classes at graces wiJJ m Los cloudy 64 cloudy 86 New cloudy cloudy Louis cloudy 86 83 76 62 92 84 71 61 59 54 70 San cloudy cloudy TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours inch TOMORROW High 82 Low 52 Forecast Fair and Defeat Feared If Voting Decides New School Setup If creation of Southern Local School District goes to a vote by educators will con sider it defeated before the ballots are Linton Honaker said last night during an information meeting in Midvale Honaker will take over as county school su perintendent Fear of an election on the consolidation of Goshen Gnaden huttenClay and SalemWash ington has been generated by 29 persons in the district who have been passing petitions de manding a referendum The consolidation was approv ed 3 by the County Board of Education on identical re quests submitted by each of the 4 local Any petition for a vote in 4 districts will have to be filed by according to state Thirty five per cent of the qualified electors in the 4 districts must Main concerns of the more than 50 attending the session was the location of the propos ednew high school and how much in additional taxes will be er planes into the storm over luban forecasters were uncertain how much the See Page 15 Houston Wars On Mosquito AP faustonians by the thousands battled the encephalitiscarry ng mosquito and its breeding places today as the number of suspected cases of the sleeping sickness rose to Free insecticide was doled out by the city and residents armed themselves for the war with the female culex now blamed for 18 deaths the past 30 Residents in this city of one million flocked to fire stations for the spray chemical they hoped would protect them from the which carry the commonly called sleep ing News Briefs WASHINGTON Supreme Court agreed today to hear on 5 an appeal ques tioning constitutionality of the public accommodations sections of the new Civil Rights The courts action was an nounced by its John The tribunal is now summer in Fair Office Open Walter secretary of the County is in his grounds office from 9 to 11 this with the exception of Next week he will be there from 9 to 11 and 1 to He has asked that entries be submitted as soon as possible to prevent a lastminute rush of He also said that some merchant display space still is of LITTLE CHANGE IN BEEF Holdout Juggles Some Pork Prices nvolved in its construction and members of the Go shen Board of Education and new Midvale Executive Head Richard Latture emphasized that a site cannot be chosen until a new consolidated board is Honaker said there was little doubt that the high school would be centrally locat Honaker said his attitude toward a consolidation vote is based on the fact that he knows of no consolidations throughout the state that have been approv ed at the He said if it is defeated that the individual boards as well as the county board must begin work anew for some type of See Page 2 Retail prices on beef in local stores varied little from last weeks offering although in state holding action in hopes ol getting higher prices in their contracts with at 55 fire stations the and patiently waited for it pickle buck plastie Wttles aad even pajjot 2 Speeders Nabbed Dwight Oak and James of 719 3rd New were arrest ed yesterday by Dover police for Police said they were side by side on Woos ter and were traveling 53 miles per Milborne posted a appearance bond while Tristano will appear before Mayor LeMoyne er revealed beef prices for spe cific cuts or offerings were about the same as last In several prices were down over last many were the same and 3 listings were up 10 Snecials from one week to another seemed to be the one store upped pork prices 6 cents and others are expected to follow suit by the The beef being re tailed this week was bought be fore the holding action bef There has been no definite pattern in the statewide price picture as the NFO action en ters its seventh full creSses are in prospect if the A spokesman for a large groc National Farmers Organization ei7 company in Warren said holding action meat sales have i n c r e a s e c A check of advertisements ap1 sharply since the boycott be pearing in todays Daily Reportcause some customers are be coming panicky over the situa Only several NFO members were on the scene yesterday at the weekly Farmerstown See PORK Page 2 COLLECTION DAY Your Daily Reporter carrier boy will be collecting Thurs Friday and Help him pay his bill by being prompt with jour Their deadline for payment is Saturday at DAY BRIGHTENER A hick town is one that has no place where one shouldnt Viet Nam Crisis Remains On Hot By ROY ESSOYAN Viet Nam AP Before the 5fivehour meeting Mover Transferred NEWCOMERSTQWN May city health or Tufford announced today that be will be transfer red by the Railway Express who is the agent the date and place recent of his transfer wUJ be revealed epidemic first recognized as such last is probably at its Nguyen Khann failed UPstudent leaders today to convince fellow memenf new mass demonstrations bers of the ruling revolutionary unless lhe milltal7 men In Columbus a Jump of 39 to mm council that theyturnecl to fighting the waropen i cents a pound for bacon was shouldauit Dolitics lo Dreventiing the government to but a state NFO offisnoum m pouucs lo Preveni situation 70 cial denied the holding action new We are not even close to a was He said the said Lt Cpn Tran nrice ner hundredweight Sdld u Oen lldn hogs when the boycott began last Wednesday was and Wednesday prices in Ohio seem Khanh called the situation Buddhist rioters thronged NFO Thien one of the most and around Da mile powerful officers on the 60man northeast of for NFO farmers initiated the THi IN SIB Around The World 6 On Bridge 291 new national leader part led Khanh to re as junk a controversial constitution and pledge a new deal for this Com munistmenaced A source close to the junta the question of electing a third straight day and South Vietnamese troops for the first time to check their rajas could increase the swarms at a later President of Hospital ac arrangement with the lead of BftOSJiujtoes cause aa upYiliage CauAcil automatically n w ers of student and Buddhist jojr surge m weejj w 10 days I woulij teconxe mayor Oftce demonstrators was nol even I tnvA The troops fired ovey the heads of the f toU fill the riots rose to U dead aM 61 TWO oi the dfiij wire 1U of   

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