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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1964, Dover, Ohio Kepp COM On 1 rlflt fo FiritTo ttrvt Your Community VOL 28 Devtritt Infeys Study Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County September Havoc Follows Dora On Whirlwind Path Military Win Not laylor Says By LEWIS GULICK WASHINGTON AP Am oassador Maxwell Taylor has told Johnson administration leaders that anti Communist military forces in South Viet Nam are growing in strength and efficiency at a faster rate than the Red Viet Cong guerril it was reported has also told conferees here that he does not think the Viet namese are going to achieve Victory over the Red guerrillas by military means in the fore seeable Officials that Taylor would not rule out nego tiations aimed at ending the fighting in the He is resented as believing a situa tion may be brought apparently by increasing anti Communist military pressures which Communist North Viet Nam will decide it has to See Page 11 Suit Filed In Fatal Auto Smashup A damage suit result Ing from the fatal July 19 traf fic smashup on Route near was filed in Com mon Pleas Court Leonard of driver of one of the has sued Marcia a of who was driving the station wagon Which ran headon into his auto mobile at the intersection of County Road 290 and Schmidt alleges that Miss in coming off the county made a ISOdegree turn di rectly into the path of his auto REGINA LENZ REVIEWS LONG CAREER Students Miss Familiar Face By Kay Williams Daily Reporter Staff Writer The tolling of the nowmythi i cal school bell evokes a certain amount of nostalgia to most i adults each but yes iterdays knell contained an i added poignancy for Regina Lenz of 1029 Wooster For the first time in many I Miss Lenz did not begin the first day of the school term by facing a classroom of 6year to steer them on the path of A 1918 graduate of Dover Miss Lenz concluded 42 years of teaching last most of them in the Dover jiv School and 31 of them in a 1st Grade She attended Ohio Wesleyan before she began teaching and earned her degree from Miami University in Teaching 1st she I offers many unique I It is so reward she to see them come in at the beginning of the t unable to do so many and then watch them leave in the having ac complished so Reading is the most impor ts tant I love to teach chil li dren to The first time I one of them walked to the read ing picked up a new land I can read I knew that was my big I In her long Miss Lenz j I has seen educational esLi See Page 16 cloudy 89 Winds Lashing Georgia Inland Florida By REID MILLER AP Dora smashed at Augustine and Jacksonville today with a giant hammer of wind and then veered c land to threaten Floridas Gulf clear Coast and southern cle The massive tormentLos c ing square miles of land cloudy and sea with tides up to 10 feet New cloi and peak winds of 100 miles an clea sent gales whistling clear ward Floridas Panhandle and all the way up the Atlantic Coast to South about100 miles north of suffered its worst pounding in 20 years from a fivefoot tide and gusts that shattered win dows and ripped roofs at 85 Thousands of Georgians fled from coastal but dawn brought hope that the worst was Early unofficial estimates put damage so far in the tens of millions of dollars in the wide ranging storm Water flowed hip deep in the ancient Slave Market Square in the heart of this picturesque city of the nations old Winddriven winds isolate this In fashionable district of as Hurricane fringe winds hit the YESTERDAY High 95 Low 56 Elsewhere In High Low Pr 94 89 92 91 92 93 82 66 91 65 70 65 64 81 66 5ff 70 51 66 clear Los clear cloudy New cloudy clear clear San clear fog TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last1 24 hours none TOMORROW High 88 Low 67 Forecast Partly cloudy to Giant Judge W Stuck Ruling Common Pleas Judge Lamneck at this morning took under advisement a per manent injunction action to close Stuckis Tavern in Dover as a common The hearing closed with final arguments by Prosecutor Har lan Spies and Defense John Both summariz ed for the court evidence pre sented during the 2day Stuckis Tavern at 206 Tuscarawas operated by Franz now the liquor permit will continue to operate under a temporary in junction issued by Judge Lam It enjoins h i s the former per mit and Gust the from selling or possessing ing If Lamneck grants a perman ent the Ohio Revised Code calls for a oneyear clos ing The code also pro vides that Stucki could reopen during that tune under a bond ranging from to A decision by the State De partment of Liquor Control con erning the renewal of Stuckis Dl and D2 which pires is not expected o be made until the outcome 6 Young Drivers Given Suspensions old oaks that have Mineral City CIC Dover School f ni j Enrollment Given Aid Pledge Hits weathered tempests through the centuries were Most streets were Power was In Jacksonville a city of with a gleaming skyline homes were streets power poles and trees tossed to the Schmidt has been Hospital since the accident and now has his hip and lower limbs In a body He was hospi talized with multiple and internal injur which he claims will per manently impair him in the use of his Killed in the crash was Kenneth Regina an expectant mother of North who was a passenger In the Schmidt Another passenger also was Miss Biglerand 5 other pas sengers received with I being MINERAL CITY This Vil lages Community Improvement last night received a pledge of cooperation and as sistance from the Ohio Power in Union I Fred manager of the New Philadelphia and Robert development con sultant for a 7state area for Ohio attended the meet ing and expressed a willingness to help the community in its efforts to attact new businesses and DAY BRIGHTENER Chivalry is the attitude of a man toward a strange woman Rine termed CIC groups as the salvation of all communi both in and in dustrial He told local members Ohio Power would provide surveys and brochures on Mineral Citys o industries seeking plant He also added that assistance in obtaining data on federal monies for improvements would je The CIC now is conducting a mail survey to determine the need of a day nursery in the Mineral City The entire community has been invited to a meeting 24 at 8 in the village au ditorium to hear a talk by Al Wallace of the Ohio Department of Others ex gee Page IS ground in a Where tides did not reach Dovers school enrollment is up 42 over the total a year ago Emmet Riley re ported this With senior high students re turning to class total en rollment now stands at There are 250 250 juniors and 260 in the senior for a total of Todays figures also show 276 in in Grades 1 through 8 and 757 in Grades 8 and Uhrichsville school officials reported an increase of 8 over last with enrolled in kindergarten through 6th and 865 In Grades 7 through Total enrollment is Totals in Denmson are simi Driver CHed In Crash In the lone accident investi gated by state patrolmen yester day on Route east of Terrence of North Canton received lacera tions to the He was treated at Union Hospital to Me Itinneys north bound auto dropped off the right side of the road causing him to lose His car then went across the roadway striking an other auto driven by Ralph of New McKinney was cited for going lift of Patrolmen reported that both vehicles wen heavily i Frocturvf Fingw Vtote of 111 was treated in VpjM Hospitals emergency Pterday tar fractured ve4 west iW 9f t r to damage torrential rains lashed by the moaning winds Hundreds of homes had winddriven rain on their Shortly after Dora was centered about 30 miles southwest of downtown Jackson moving erratically toward the west of westnorthwest at seven miles an The Weather Bureau advised See Page 11 Bounty Fair Exhibit Space fs Available Six youthful drivers lost their operators licenses this morning after appearing before Juvenile Court Judge Ralph Finley for various all of which were filed by state Receiving suspensions were Mahlon of RD 6 speed He was clocked on Route 39 west of Dover at 70 miles per hour in a 50 mph Louie RD New 6 passing at the intersection of Routes Sarah 310 10th 8 as a resul of a July 28 accident on Count Road She was charged with failure to yield the John 303 Beav er New 8 passing at intersection of the permanent injunction pro Defense testimony this morn ing was highlighted by a fiery exchange between Gust Lam owner of the tavern leas ed by and Prosecutor Lambros charged that police and city officials were largely to blame for the condition which exist in the Stucki Tav ern and other local Do you do Lambros challenged with regard to clearing juveniles off the streets lar to last with fee IS 913 Hearing Slated On Road Closings County Commissioners have scheduled a public hearing for the proposed closing of sections of 2 Washington Township roads for 10 on The sections involved are on Township Road from the John Henry residence to th junction of County Road an on Township Road from Township Road 114 to Count Road Parley Held On Vandalism Chief law enforcement offi cials of Dover and New Phila delphia conferred last night on vandalism occurring in botii cities and discussed means of curbing property They also met with Negro leaders to air racial including a cross burning a week ago on Broad The long standing and on Route 8 south of Mineral Shirley 309 14th 10 as a result of a May 15 accident on Route west of when her auto went off the into a ditch and rolled Patrolmen testified there was 129 feet of skid Patrick 133 Bell 10 af ter being found guilty of disre garding a red light at Front and Johnson in Dover Mayor LeMoyne Lu a state patrol auxiliaryman See Page 1C Phila Nursing Home Addition Is Planned and who operate Maxwells Nursing Home at 251 an ounced plans yesterday for and from Do the police do it Do the public officials do it Sir Lambros went on to This man is afraid because they police dont give protection if he calls When Spies suggested that ran a clean place in the same bar before Lambros We had a different police force at that Now they tell you to go to the mayor and by the time yea get to the youre liable to get be When Judge Lamneck told Lambros to quiet bros chuckled and Hes getting so I have to get Lambres said he did not Walter secretary of he County said today that 2 inside exhibit spaces still are available along with several outdoor They may be reserved by contacting him at the Fair grounds office between 9 and 5 Hell be in the office daily until after the Findley also pointed out as school children will be admitted free through out the Adult admission at the gate will be Season tick ets may be purchased for at the office and from direc peaceful harmonious relation ship existing among the people of both cities should not be al lowed to be Mayor LeMoyne Luthy A full investigation of re cent acts of vandalism is in process and citizens are asked to cooperate by reporting any and all information to the re spective police No vandalism of any nature or any attempted property de and especially cross will be All persons apprehended while en gaging in any such acts will be prosecuted to the full extent o the Others at the conference were present LVOdll VTWSJ tCUUMfj M New Philadelphia City Service phia married man Director Bill Stevenson approv Lambros also informed the ed the building permit for the court that he was the one who addition Gun got the 28 signatures filed by dy Construction will erect the defense in support of him lliA nAAitinn They provide 5 admissions and parking and a savings of None will be sold after the fair opens acting Police Chief Ray Rie and Mayor Joseph Pritz an Chief Louis Clark of New Phil ually know about Donna Dowdle being a prostitute as instruction of a 20 x 28 conthe prosecutor but rete glazed tile he did order her out of one of o be attached to the rear of the his rooms when he found she was taking a New Philadefc the self and Stucki because they knew and believed Stucki also appeared again oa ON THE I N S I D E the stand in bis own Around Hie World W Crane Goren On Bridge Horoscope Hospital News Obituaries Sports Police Check 2 Accidents Ford Is Next W By DETROIT AP United Auto Workers President Walter with a Chrysler agreement which he estimated to be worth 54 cents an hour over the next three will begin a drive at Ford Motor Friday for the equivalent or From Reutfcer said he would proceed to General Mo tors including a possible pension in IMS of up to a month at age 10 from American Motors scores of supplier plants and the agricultural implement The Big Three of General Ford and Chrysller employ more than a half million U A Wrepresented Their contracts often set nation al Most significant g a i n s of Chrysler were in areas of ear ifer retirement ajtd Workers would get a bonus for quitting at 60 instead of In hose five effective next a worker would be guaranteed 70 per cent of his straighttime pay up to a maxi mum of a After 65 he would get a onth instead of a current for each year of plus his government Socia This would mean pension cut for a worker earn Wg toe industry average of 25 n 21 Two minor accidents were 13 fc investigated by Dover police Television At on was near 3rd St a car driven by Lewis of 320 Clair New struck the rear of one driven by Blaine Mil of There hourly if he had quit at The managed to on to annual wage boosters and a costofUving escalator and to hJJL at of fuJD tef struck HWWUVIM insurance owned by premiums for as well caff as It is one destined to raise tremendously ments Social Security benefits1 Reuther as the Ford pension agreement first parking tot at the MPhMI I A DAW u to
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