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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1964, Dover, Ohio Vows To ind Spending Spree By Thtrti mort In Tht Rtporttr for Womt n Rtadtrs THE See Poye 74 HOMI 48 Largest Circulation In Tuscarafas County DoverNew wVwr f ifiPW PHONE JCBfTS Crashing Waves Precede Doras Bead On Coast New Pact Nips ChryslerUAW Tieup Reuther Says Arrangement Makes History By GENE SCHROEDER DETROIT and the United Auto Union reached a agreement today on a pre cedentsetting contract which includes pensions of up to a month and unproved health Robert Skull advisor of Bake N Baste 4H presents a corsage to Mary Also hon ered were Lewis Rausch left and Homer past Weathervane YESTERDAY High 93 Low 55 Elsewhere In High Low cloudy clear 93 70 cloudy 91 M M Los clear 80 61 cloudy 92 77 New clear 84 53 clear 91 59 clear 92 68 San clear 62 55 clear 88 62 TODAY 57 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 94 Low 58 Forecast Sunny and Sfone Creek 4H Honors Advisors STONE CREEK Several I last including Waty organizer of the were honored when Stone Creek Bake N Baste 4H Club observed its 20th anniversary last night in First Lutheran During its 2 decades the group grew from its original 13 mem bers to such size that it had to be divided into 2 Its members have received many honors in the 4H program and the community has been aided by its Wife Just Miss Hurricane Alert Daily Reporter Photographer Ralph McKee and his wife arrived in last night as allout preparations Were being made to minimize Hurricane Doras effect on the He telephoned this morning that the hurricane alert had been called off at for Orlando as Dora moved upstate toward The McKees are staying with the Don Willbargers at nearby and McKee said that area residents remained braced for 50 mph winds expect ed this formerly of is McKees McKee added that most resi dents had filled their bathtubs with water in event of major destruction and that most resi dents had been evacuated to schools and other public build ings prior to the all He said that the area had re ceived heavy rain and that homes and businesses in the 100 mile section north of Orlando Advisors honored included Homer years Jewis Rausch and Roland 6 years Kenneth Buehler and Deck r 8 and Robert current advisor who was member of the original Miller was honored for icr foresight and initiative as making it possible or members to grow and ma ure accordng to 4H Jennifer Buehler and Nancy Lorenz told of their experiences at the state style show in Col umbus and Judy Doll and Bar ara Decker gave demonstra ions on Accessories and Another Janice Deck placed third in one category at the county style Clarence Higgins showed slides taken on his re cent world acquainting members with 4H work in other The threeyear reached a scant 55 minutes be fore a scheduled 10 EST nationwide strike by Chryslers UAW was termed by union President Walter Reuther as the most historic agreement in the histo ry of the American labor move ment with respect to pensions and security for The contract an nounced jointly by Reuther and Chrysler Vice President John is expected to set the pattern for the unions ne gotiations with General Ford and American Spokesmen for GM and AMC had no immediate com ment on the UAWChrysler pact which calls for an overall eco nomic package averaging 54 cents an hour for each worker during the threeyear life of the Reuther was not specific on how the new contract would af feet straight He indicat ed the annual improvement fac tor would remain the same an increase of per cent o 6 cents whichever i greater with a possible in crease in the third year of the Other provisions included an increase in retirement pension two additional holi increased am improved hospital and medica benefits for workers and their On the issue of improved working conditions which the UAW had described as one o its priority demands the con tract increases the daily relie See AUTO Page 2 Special Salute For Strasburg Todays edition includes a special 20page section sal uting The pictorial and story review of its development also covers highlight of a number of scheduled events within the next 2 including Saturdays post office dedication and firemens Ox The section was produced through the coopera tion of a number of Strasburg Not All Pupils Greeted Class With Fervor It is not unusual for a small oy to be reluctant to face a lew school but a Stras burg boys determined reluct ance brought a few hours of anic to his mother this morn ng and aroused considerable excitement in the Allen Syeanold son of and Ralph Slentz of 4th entered his 2nd Grade took one look around walkedback out all the way to Beach When Elementary Princi p a 1 Lloyd Mizer informed Slentz that Allen had left the she notified Marshal Carl who sounded the fire calling out the volun teer firemen to search for the While over a dozen firemen were searching the See Page IS School Doors Swing Open A shoo store in is buttoned up as 2 employes prepare for the onslauaht off Hurricane Plans Get Okay More county students ended their summer vacation today and returned to the classrooms for another year of Preliminary reports this morning for Dovers kindergar ten through 9th Grade enroll ment showed about the same totals as last Emmet Riley reported a total of pupils in kinder See Page I Dover City Council put its approval Monday night on pre liminary plans for the construc tion of a gallon per day package treatment plant for sewage disposal at the north end of the In their the lawmakers authorized the preparation of detailed plans for the and for steps necessary to obtain an option on a suitable location for the Councils utility In recommending the urg ed that the project be given im had been boarded big up for the Fhila Man Jailtd William of RD New was jailed last night by sheriff deputies for He will appear in Central District County DAY MIOHTfNEI Modem man is a creature vho fcas I 4 and a Endres Heads Rose Growers Eugene Endres of Endres Floral in New returned Monday night from where he was elevated to the presidency of Roses commercial rose growers Previously vice he succeeds Ralph Kapp of Zel The association represents growers in the Canada and Mexico who produce 80 per cent of the cut roses grown and sold in the ant All are grown in with a total of 14 million bush es now in production under Other officers of the associa tion are Jack Calvert of Wal ter Calvert of Bramp vice president Howard Hook o Pittsburgh Cut Flower treasurer Paul Krone of Michigan State executive di and Jim Krone of East executive sec Story on Memorial Hall ren tal contract with Is on Page Josephs mediate attention in order that the which includes a 840acre tract annexed to the city in may be developed as rapidly as The package which would require no manpower to would be capable of were given from the floor con cerning pay increases for mem bers of those Finance Committee Chairman Eugene in his report to said that meetings had been conducted with de partment heads and city em ployes during the last month and it was hoped that pay pro posals would be finalized with in the next 4 to 6 In official Council ap proved 3 ordinances and a res olution in addition to severa other committee recommenda Ordinances approved includ ed a supplemental change in themakeup of Municipal Ligh Plant employe provid ing for 5 operating engi neers and 4 stationary firemen transfer of from the Gen eral Fund to tenance and the Street Main Repair Fund t serving a 100 small industry and Cost the ac cording to figures released by City Engineer Don Dummer would be con siderably less than for extension of lines from the present plant on the Tuscarawas Installation of feet of a 21inch trunk line from Woo ster ending at Sugar would represent the larg est expenditure The package plant would cost 000 and land Although fire and police rep resentatives among those in the no remarks complete street repairs for th current year and confirmatior of a revised traffic control map and file to be displayed in th Police The resolution authorizec Council Clerk Calvin Domer t deposit with the Tuscarawa County Juvenile Dove Public and the North See SEWAGE Page 94 Storm Moves Slowly Against Augustine AP Hurricane still a dred miles sent 78 mileanhour winds thundering through the ancient streets of Augustine today andbegan lashing at the charmed of Whipping the Atlantic Ocean with 115mileanhour the giant which had indirect ly taken three thrashed slowly toward the northeast Florida coast at eight miles an First advance gusts of hurri cane force to reach shore knocked out telephone service to a tourist spot 20 miles south of here noted for its collection of living sea crea By 11 gusts of 78 miles an hour were ripping into Augustine and waves were beginning to break over the seawall into Bayfront maui tourist thoroughfare in the nations oldest At the same vffle was feeling the first blows f wind and The city of never has taken the full impact of a big Tide and wind arrived at acksonville at the same Gusts of 63 miles an hour napped a few power Waves began to crash over the eawall at Jacksonville Hurricane warnings 5th graf Hurricane warnings were isplayed from Vero to and gale warnings with a hurricane retch were extended northward to Myrtle Eastern Air Lines canceled its flight today from Philadelphia jo Daytona Beach and The flight was terminated at Thirty miles north of the city of ville braced for what could be the headon blow by a hurricane in its Highest wind ever recorded hi this city of was 88 miles an hour in gusts in A fivefoot tide topped by crashing waves rolled into the beach along the oceanside of a narrow peninsula just across Matanzas Bay from Augus Aiether was stacked up in the like an airliner over a crowded apparently waiting for Dora to land before making her own with winds of 80 miles an has remained almost stationary for several hours 350 miles southsoutheast of Bermu da and almost due east of The Augustine peninsula See t Stucki Case Opens Witness Is Missing Hearing on the permanent in junction against the Stucki Tav ern opened today in Common Pleas Court with the reported ON THE INSIDE disappearance of one of the prosecutions star Juanita Carbary of 317 8th who had filed an affidavit against Franz Stu was not among the witness Checking their atsJuuMBlf fcUt wMi tevth Ney4 Stove Arthur o f th 4th Dear Abby 25 Horoscope 25 Hospital News Television U Gores On Bridge V Obituaries Sports Women Pages CraM 185 Doctor 16 W w Arouad World es waiting outside the court room this Prosecutor Harlan Spies open ed the case before Judge H Lamneck by immediately call ing Franz Stucki as bis first wit ness for Seated at the defense table with John Woodard was Gust owner of Ute tavern property at Tus arawas Missing was a third John Stucki of brother to until 3 was actual license er for the John was among the tors in the but had taken no part in the proceed even though he bad been named as a defendant to the injunction suit filed by Spies last 21 Over WeeJaits stung objec Spies questioned Fraoi with regard to eccur ring in the tavern as fir back fee tfUCJU flft I
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