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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Dover School District To Vote On Renewal Bawd rnwnbers indicated It one of the lowest in the lection would begin this toecetfr grading of c 1MM SSii to tte ttBWatf iiiaiw is being asked to meet changeover to a fhi fcmiit Mnwiwiii f mnunA MW M wiuMithrtkt AM t tor Wirt ttMnlmourty at last mifl wWch is to run f of II not be collated until It will be the continuation of a tfriiti levy which expires next Board nwmbert indicated it Is the otttomtry towcwtare to nsk renewal levy prtor to its exptfttton fctttttt con tinuation of the 6cnool The which would put Dovers mlllage At for school still one of the lowest lit the is being asked to meet increase ing educational Emmet Ritey pointed out several reasons for the dltlonal which would yield approximately The levy would be for 10 years and col lection would begin this Decem Ritey cited an increase of 650 students since thereby quiring additional He alw primed to the up grading of the changeover to the latest test books and the added services provided Cover students in the areas of foreign advanced re source centers and elementary Along with the has been a ttdflcttrtUrt Oii sire filMinui wd advantage of mow petwnil English teachers to tht high school this year will have 5 classes instead of 7 or SCHOOL it Reporter Columnist Marlow A Pulitzer Prize Winner THE DAILY HOME EDITION VOL 70 Largest Circulation In Tusctirawas County DoverNew September 1064 Serving Over NmtiltM PHONE 42167 7 CENIS Firemen Tax On Income To STATE FAIR Edward right son of and Day ton Specht of RD and a 3year member of the Caraway Future of America had the Shorthorn reserve champion the FFA division at the Ohio State He won first place with his 2yearold heifer against 30 other entries in his class and then competed with first place from 5 other classes for the ch ampion He was presented a rosette and trophy by the Ohio Shorthorn Breeders and the OhioPolled Shorthorn Alto shown is Homer vocational teacher at Caraway New Philadelphia Police and Fire Departments last night ex pressed strong dissatisfaction with a proposed levy that would pro vide an estimated 10 per cent salary hike in They called for immediate pay with the threat of whole sale resignation in the departments and emphasized the need for more a stronger incentive program and more and bet ter The protests actually came af ter the City Council had ad journed its special session in which the resolution to put an additional 1mill levy on the 5 Witnesses Subpoenaed In Stucki Case Five witnesses have been sub poenaed by Prosecutor Harlan Spies in a nuisance action against Dover tavern operator Franz according to rec ords filed in the Clerk of Courts 2nd Dover Sewage Plant Discussed They are Galayda of agent for the Ohio Department of Liquor Control Dover Police Chief Garrison Groh and Kenneth Daf forn Juanita Carbary of 317 8th and Donna Dowdle of The 2 girls reportedly have signed affidavits before Prose cutor Spies charging Stucki with attempting to entice them into prostitution and patrons for his securing male A hearing on a permanent in junction against Stuckis opera tion has been set for 9 9 before Common Pleas Judge who last Thursday issued a temporary in Junction at Spies Clean Stratburg Street The Dover street sweepei was in Strasburg this morning cleaning Wooster prior to Service Director H Ream said village officials hired the sweeper at a yetun determined hourly T h c Job was expected to be done by Dover City Council met in a be briefing session last discussing several items that not including sealing which will be done at a later Ream said immediate at will be on the agenda at future regular Service Director Ream presented preliminary plans for a sewage treatment plant at the north edge of the city that would be capable of serving a small industry and 100 Cost of the ac cording to City Engineer Don ald would be Ream noted that plant would be more feasible than extending sewer lines to the present plant on the Tuscarawas A cost breakdown shows plant and feet of 21inch sewer and land and rightof Ream also noted that work will begin the first of next week for repairing a 26yearold roof on the light The cost will tention to the problem was re quired because of a boiler in the new section that will be down next month for inspec Mayor LeMoyne Luthy dis cussed a barrage of signs that are being collected on Public He said he recently re ceived a request from the Com munity Fund for installation of another Council President Arthur Hanni said the matter would be brought up at the next DAY BRIGHTENCR Sign in Come in to lose a reducing salon what have you got Pleading Woman Atop Cor Drowns Ohio wom an who pleaded for help from the top of her car after it plung ed into the Great Miami River drowned today as it slowly Ai toast a dozen bystanders watched as the woman wreaoM I cant swim A witness said as the woman stood oni top of the and che lumped into the a then recovered her body hoars after the BUS hide plunged down a 25foot em Police Kavy said she apparently tost control on an oilslick area of the One pne of said he saw the acci He said the womwis car spun across the road and dis appeared over the embankment I parted nay car and ran down By then she was out the back of her and she said ibe couJdit Sjfe PKrapp W dnvuig a Im apparently was He continued 1 caot I tried to get to EO Ul aftfiff bfiff bil aWS ff SJfH1 WW The operation of Police De partment also was discussed with supervision at the focal wint of remarks by Russell Al city lead of the councilman and safety Mayor LeMoyne Luthy and Safety Director William Sweit zer said they will submit a re port Judge Ignores Guilty Drops Charge Central County Court Judge Clarence Ferrell this morning dismissed a petty larceny charge against George of 408 iul New for lack of Crow pleaded guilty at a pre liminary hearing to taking belonging to County Recorder Ted Underwood in an April 24 breakin at the Recorders Of 3 ballot had been unani mously Council President William promised that 14 he would direct the Finance Committee to meet with Mayor Joe Safety Director Jo seph Frenzel absent last night and the chiefs of the Police and Fire Departments to discuss possible emergency measures that might be Police Chief Louis Clark and Fire Chief Glenn Heck led the public discussion punctuated with several bitter Most of the police and fire men were with a large number of their In a prepared Clark declared I question whether this levy the one voted at the meeting is the He pointed out that the levy might not pass in that it extended for only 5 years and that it did not even meet his mens demands for a living much less take care ol the other pressing needs in his Clark said he did not personal ly blame the be cause he knew they were wel aware of the since he had often discussed matters with the We have to compete with in dustry and business around the chief emphasized in speak ing of the threatend resigna tions from his We need something more than 10 per be said with regard to There would be nothing wrong with a year Clark ticked off a number ol other factors that had to be con sidered in keeping men dedi cated to police work Compen sation for overtime fringe bene such as insurance a long evity something that would provide incentive i to or the regular traffic patrol the police chance for faced with little promotion because because an ade of the limited Fire Chief Heck backed up Clarks saying that the mere promise of money meant His whole he in formed was present to ask for an immediate something for the last quar ter of the Heck revealed he feared los ng 3 of the 12 regulars in his department there are 10 more they were not getting quate living He and it will be 6 years in January since firemen got a The fire chief agreed with Clark that his after the first had no incentive for their except Promotions to captaincy were based on he explain but with the shortage in his there were only 3 cap We read in the newspapers that the Council finds money for everything one firemen How come they cant find money for us A policeman repeated this question and asked in the face of the socalled money could be spent on a Gradall and voted for remodelling the property See PHILA Page McGregor Named Reporters Retail Advertising Manager Judge Ferrell gave this ex planation when asked why he dismissed the charge afterCrow admitted the theft There was no proof bj took the Crow was fined and costs m another petty larceny charge fifed by who claim ed Crow bfoka into bis office and in county Crow ha4 not guilty to this charge but this morning L bis jtjft to Thoaw tfcs Crow is Mag held to the Crawl a ilMsi Md uter m Promotion of Roger McGregor o retail advertising manager of The Daily Reporter was an nounced today by General ager James Lonergan Ad vertising Director David Lind who has served as promotion director of the news japer the last joined The porter in Us an vertising The yearold New PluladelpWan will continue that His merchandising background includes 7 years with the Kro ger during which time he completed that firms manage ment training A series of regional publicity Clinics were juoaugurated by the newspaper last fall mier Mc NEW Carroll Maxine secretary to Dover School Emmet checks out the new Leich Dial Telephone System as Edwin sales representative of General Telephone looks The new sys the first one installed in a school in General Telephones Eastern features a meetme conference in which 4 inside parties may hold a confer ence Calls to the 4 elementary buildings and Junior and Senior High offices will go through this central The board can hold up to 5 calls and is designed to facilitate int raschool The system was installed in the Administrative Building when remodeling of the high school offices got underway this Cost of the in use in most of areas larger was for installation plus a increase on tho monthly Hotbed Raided At Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA national teadquarters of Negro group was raided by police in side the riottorn section of North where quiet today after a weekend of looting and The foursquaremile area still was under tight with a 24hour curfew in effect and more than policemen on Mayor James HJ Tate said the restrictions will remain in effect at least until Labor In a statement late Monday the mayor said the area was extremely with even less activity than I think we are out of the he but we are still watching the A squad of 100 policemen made the raid Monday upon Muhammads African Asian lultural two blocks rom where the riots broke out late Friday Inspector Millard who eel the said police found lammable fluids used for mak ing fire a loaded revolv two bayonets and a They arrested Shakyh Mu hammad described by Meers as a former member of the Black Muhammad was held in 000 bail on charges of violating ON THE INSIDE Dover YuHi the Uniform possession of Firearms explosives and The Woiid Abby violating the mayors proclama tion to stay off the streets His Cecil president of the Philadelphia chapter of National Assocw t tion for the Advancement of AtOhioftiir Jack son i of Lewis of RD Do has received an award at he Ohio State Fair for recog nition of safety achievements the last Tte Ohio arm and Home Safety Con nittee presented the awards o only 3 other Ohio young peo chairman of the Farm Bureau State Youth received the award for his com mittees work the Safety Behind the Footlights Teams off to 8 who through simple lustrated to civic groups UK im portance of all pjajei of living in the on the ways and in the Walter Uon f w newspapers the size of The they have beep widely at trade is McGregor and his Defe 4 19 li 17 Oa Bridge 19 Home BuMug News 9 News 2 Sports 13 Colored bail a ransom and said the court had succumoeJ to from He has been ajtrested four hpuaadonce 4U Muslim leader isaj4 he 4 Wtt graduate be t Dpver High at Ohio State Two other Yow   

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