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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                MOM IDfflON I VOL 20 r x s V V ur law Book Is Constant Companion Ticklish Problems Pile Up For New School Executive By James Davit i Daily Reporteer City Editor Heading the Tuscarawas County school system lias been liken to walking into a patch of torn bushes with only an umbrellaT rio matter which way you turn you are in for Linton who became county superintendent found himself kneedeep in prickly consolidation and transfer dilemmas the first day on the who moved up For Mart At Phila Franz Stuck Jump Ahead 01 Irked Brother The Stuck Tavern which is beginning to read like a Max Shulman took another turn Allen chief of the per mit division of the State Liquor said this morning his division had approved the transfer of a Dl and D2 li quor permit from John Stucki of Wilmot his Franz Stucki of who operates the tavern at 206 Tuscarawas t John said he was fed up with the bad publicity and association of his name with the tavern and would seek can celation of the After talking with liquor agents at John re turned to Dover and attempted to pick up the permit at the Franz was not in favor of the idea and John then went to the Dover police station for Accompanied by Ray Ries and Patrolman Thomas John picked up a letter signed by which was posted on the premises in lieu of the actual The li cense was in Columbus for the from county high school super visor and hails from a long line pf inherited the tick lish problems1 of chief adminis trator of 9school systems caught in the throes of change and As Honaker has definite and candid views to ward education and the county school system In the inevitable he rates the county schools as doing as good a job as any of the city schools in the area In educating point Ing out that in some areas the county system does a better job and in other not so Honakers basic belief is that the county schools as well as those across the county in general are suffering from col lege oriented public pressure and this opinion haye forgotten the near ly 80 per cent W Anierican will not go to he they are started in the 1st Grade on collegeoriented cause this trend has to but it will take years to do Honaker admits that generally the county system now lacks a comprehensive which must be but he also rates as excellent the quality of curriculum and stu dent of be transfer When John took the letter from the in ef See Page 2 Dafforn To Leave Dover Police Force Dover Police Kenneth recentlynamed special today submitted his resignation to Mayor Le i Moyne Safety Director He cited the fac that 6 of 7 william Sweitzer and Chief Gar Carl Weygandt Stroke Claims former Ohio Court Justice Ohio of for mer chief justice of the Ohio Supreme died in his sleep early today at the Baker home in where he and his wife were who served as chief justice of the states high est court longer than any other suffered a stroke and was pronounced dead at Trumbull Memorial Prior to serving on the Su preme a Dem was a of the Ohio House of Representatives a common pleas judge in Gleve land and a member of the Eighth District Court of Ap which sits in Cleveland a native of Wayne served as chief justice from 1933 until He was a member of the Ohio House in a Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court judge from 1924 to 1930 and a member o the appellate court from 193C to He was a graduate of the Col lete of Wooster and received hi law degree from Western Re serve He started the practice of law in Cleveland in Retail Outlet Seeks 6 Lots Oh 4th NW Tentative plans for a mer chandise mart located on 4th between Chauncey and ola were revealed to New Philadelphia City Council at a meeting called last night by Mayor Joe James represent ative of the was present to outline a proposal that calls or an estimated retail outlet occupying a possible 000 square feet of property now owned by Clarence Farbizo of 412 Chauncey It is believed that the com pany is Skormans county schools had their char See Page 11 Doverites Brother Murdered At Dayton Edward Lee of brother of James Richardson of 1607 Wooster was found mur dered at Dayton last Detective Howard Florkey said the a former Den nison was found shot in the chest just outside his still running auto on a street in Day tons east Florkey said in and bills were found scattered near the body and that Richard sons wallet contained an addi tional We have no Flor Key told The Daily Reporter this He continued that Richardson presumably was on his way home following having stopped downtown to shop for Richardson was employed by Motors Insur ance a division of Gen eral Motors Acceptance Corpor ation at Tie bed was about according to by a motoring who noticed the dome light spa ing in the stopped They found the body on the one leg in the Florkey said Richardson ap parently was shot by someone sitting in the passengers The murder believ ed to be a 38caliber has not been police A 38caliber slug was found in the autos Other survivors include his the former Barbara Trimmer of Dennison a daugh Ruth Ann his Ora of Dennison 2 sisters and one other His father died earlier this Funeral arrangements are in PAY MIGHTfNii Some of todays movies are so long Out it takes tune to thft rison It will be effec tive Sept Dafforn said this morning he was quitting because he felt he could no longer do the job I believe I should because of con ditions in the He would not Appointed patrolman in Dafforn was to cap tain in 1961 and was named special investigator last His resignation is the sixth in the department in the last 4 2 other patrolmen and 3 deskmen having Safety Director ex pressed the hope this morning Dafforn would The captain said he has no job Sweitzer said that in all prob ability a series of Civil Service tests will be required in pro moting men to captain and ser geant and filling a patrolman 1918 and continued until 1923 See Page 8 is which operates merchandise marts under the name of cle Herndon is an attor ney for the The firm has a purchase op tion with Farbizo which extends to The how is contingent on the re for commercial of 6 lots owned by Farbizo on the west side of Kaderly across from the on the east side of Kaderly extending to 4th Since a July 27 Council has failed to act on Farbizos request to rezone the 6 lots in face of opposition from the Planning the Board of Zoning Appeals and the1 strong protest by property owners and residents in the At the close of last nights Council President Wil liam Hinig told Herndon and Farbizo definite action on the matter could not be taken by Council by next Council session is not until Sept and after that the matter would have to be submitted to the Planning Commission am Board of Zoning Appeals and 30 days notice given before a pub lic Herndon indicated he would have to ask company officials to See PHILA Page 8 Robert Ewing of idee president of Harts nnounced today plans to locate Harts Family Center in Tus arawas The new discount center will e located on Route south f directly across rom Schoenbrunn Moravian It will serve the DoverNew hiladelphia and Uhrichsville Dennison The first Hart Family Center located in Bridgeport and erves and he Ohio The unit will be the largest tore in the according to and the square oot building and 800car park ng lot will cover more than 12 The building is to be con structed in the latest design with all modern air conditioning and outfitted with the most modern Harts Family Center will in clude a complete food super in addition to wearing apparel and accessory depart Meese ReElected Cancer Unit Head Harry Meese of Dover was reelected president when the Tuscarawas County Unit of the American Cancer Society held its annual board meeting last night in Union Other officers are Clyde Parrish of Gnadenhutten first Vice presi dent James Polen of Do second vice and Larry Gibbs of New Philadel Board elected for 3year were Charles Greenlee and James Peck of Uhrichsville James Vance and John Kelker of Dover Walter and Larry Gibbs o New Philadelphia Clyde Par rish of Gnadenhutten and Mrs Arthur Strauss of The following annual commit tee reports were submitted anc discussed Elizabeth Barr of th Tuscarawas County Health De partment reported 45 new cas 39 continuing 221 pa tients 273 guidance vis 186 therapy a total o 459 home 214 auxiliary and 46 Alice Burgess reportet 26 new 42 continuing cas See Page I v W Family Center Will Locate On Route 250 Site ments for every member of the a complete drug depart ment and housewares ncluding sporting small photography equipment and hard ware a large line of gift toys and ment devoted to auto supplies and Harts has had many years of experience in operating gen eral merchandise departments and drug The company operates stores in and with general offices in Co Construction of the building will start immediately with the grand opening of the Family Center planned for late spring of The total operation will employ several hundred local Ewing Dingledine of Lima will do the construction and Saul Doppelt and Burt Kramlet of Mansfield are owners of the Charles Dover real handled the Odds Against OK This Year On HealthCare By JOE HALL WASHINGTON AP Tbt odds appeared today to be against enactment of a Social Security healthcare plan this year despite the 6028 Senate passage of a bill which would set up such a The healthcare provisions were written into the bill by a 4944 vote House had Included no The such plan in the bill it A Sen ateHouse conference tee will prepare the final ver The Senate named conferees who had voted 52 against the health for the although they would normally support the Senate plan in con The House delegation is pected to be headed by Wilbur long time fore of a Social Security financed health He is See Page Z MY FAIR LADY CAST REHEARSING Betty McCreary Receives Little Theatre Life Award The Board of Directors of Lit le Theatre of Tuscarawas Coun ty have announced the first Life Membership has been awarded to Betty McCreary of New founder of the Hard devotion and a spontaneity all her own have teen the life blood of this thea ter and it is with heart felt thanks we present this the board stated in the Curtain Principal roles for the forth coming musical My Fair La which will open have been cast with the mem bers already in Nam ed to roles are Drew Babin as Henry Higgins lona Craft as lona Doo little Isabel Miller as the pro fessors mother Rita Weaver as Higgins housekeeper Bob Robsoh as Pickering Lee Chamberlain as Elizas and Robert Whitney as Freddy It has also been announced that William Butler of Newtown native of New Philadelphia and well known in the area as a recently presented Little Thea tre with a financial In ap the board has award ed her an Life Mem A general membership meet ing will be held 9 at 8 when season tickets will be distributed for The cast of My Fair Lady and com mittee chairmen will be intro The meeting is open to members and prospective mem Dennison Man ChargedWith Tip Ticket Sale DENNISON Albert Pica of RD has been charged with displaying and selling baseball tipboard tickets after Police Chief William Patterson entered Picas establishment lo cated on Center Wednesday and witnessed a Fred An of 203 Taylor selling a ticket to Newton Wilson of Main John Adamspn of RD New who was with Wilson at the was a witness to the Patterson said that he retrieved one of the tickets from the top of the Pica is scheduled to appear before Mayor Donald Four School Leviesliled Four levies to be placed on the 3 ballot were filed yes terday in the County Board of Elections Clerk Victor Turner said Goshen Local School District filed resolutions for 2 of the one is for an additional 4 mills 40 cents per and the other for a renewal of 5 mills 50 cents per Both levies are to extend for 10 years and are for current operating The resolutions placing the levies on file were adopted by the School District officials at their regular session of April The other 2 levies are from the Dover Board of Education for the Dover City School Dis with the resolutions being passed on One levy is for an additional 2 mills 20 cents per and the a renewal of t mills 60 cents per Both are to extend for 10 years and are for current operating Tesf Plane Crash Proves Effective wMb I MM sflMr By KOiEBT WALKER AP Test officials estimate the planned of a Super Constellation airliner Thursday was 80 to 95 per cent The unmanned fourengine with 21 lifesized dum my passengers ploughed off the end of g run way at Phoenix Deer Valley Airport at about UQ miles per Obstacles knocked off the landing shredded and crumbled both wings and broke the airplanes back in three places before U ground to a halt near the top of a loftfoot bor Day Special Despite the the ery mail will be how fuselage remained essentially and lobbies will be open most dummies for lock box stayed in their One infant doll was secure in its bassinette but anoth er had been dumped Two patients were still snug in their experimental litters and crew men were Victor bead of Aviation Safety Engineering and Re search which conducted the ex said five to 10 seats wovld have been lost because of See No Mail Monday There will be no city or rural mail deliveries Monday In area post offices because of the La Weathervane YESTERDAY High 86 Low 57 Elsewhere UighUwPr clear 13 cloudy 93 71 cloudy 83 M Los cloudy 85 60 cloudy 86 78 New cloudy 85 63 clear 93 58 cloudy 89 68 clear 70 M clear 86 64 Missing TODAT W RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 84 Low 63 Forecast Cloudy and ON THE INSIDE Around The World i Dear 17 It Crane If Churches f 7 Goren On Bridge W Hospital Obituaries Sports tt fc U Televisiou Womens Pages   

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