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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                tone folia in tirdmtfi they rtop to chum en 32 5 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County October fflONE ses In Boston Many Injured Son Of Chief Among Victims BOSTON AP Five fire fighters were killed early today when they were buried under tons of brick and mortar from wall that collapsed as they fought a blaze in a vacant build The fire in what once was a fourstory toy factory claimed the greatest number of Boston fire fighters since 1942 when six were Among todays dead was John son of act Ing Fire Chief John Clougherty who was in charge of 200 fire fighters at the When Chief Clougherty learned his son was among the victims he said My my O my My God he exclaimed In Ive lost my son The others were Frank 44 John 40 John and James A dozen other fire fighters and one civilian were taken to Bos ton City some in ser ious Ailing Fire Chief William Ter for whom the elder Clougherty was appeared at the fire despite his He said the behavior of the wall which collapsed was contrary to what normally would be expect A second wall collapsed 10 minutes after the fire fighters were raining bricks on the men digging for their fallen The second wall partly buried afire truck and an It caused no serious Per Capita Debt In County A report released by the of fice of Auditor Roger Tracy discloses the state average debt of the local governments ci ties and counties stands at which is up over the previous The report showed the per capital debt at the close of 1963 ranged from in Morgan County to in Hamilton with Tuscarawas Coun ty at Tuscarawas Countys total population is listed in the re port as with a total debt Of Neighboring comput ed in the same came up with individual per capita debts of in Stark in Holmes in Wayne in Harrison in and in The debt was based upon the sum of the respective debts of all political subdivisions within the divided by the popu lation of the respective based upon the 1960 census only official statewide fig Sixteen including showed debts above the state Sam cheesemaker at Ed Steiner in will be presented his grand champions awards Friday night at the Swiss Festival as 1964 Swiss Cheesemaker of GUGGISBERG IS FESTIVAL WINNER Sam Stauffer Gains State Cheese Title By Dan Miles Dally Reporter Staff Writer Sam who unofficially became the big cheese of Ohio on was formally titled Wednesday a precedent by holding the state title 5 consecutive through Guggisberg placed eighth in the Ohio championship Third place on 26 points went Thats when the to Delbert Ladrach of Pleasant competition took place in the annual Swiss cheesemaking Olympics as a prelude to the Ohio Swiss Festi val at cheesemaker at the Ed Steiner factory in Bal finished second in the judg View Dairy in RD Sugar who won the Tuscarawas County Fair Stauffer was third in that Fourth in the Ohio race went to Ernest Schmid of Sharp Run Dairy on Star Millers who had 21 pointe after NEW YORK thou and longshoremen struck ports rom Maine to Texas ty ing up the nations Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico shipping in what heir leader described as a 100 er cent effective As a presidential board pre ared to open a factfinding in uiry preparatory to obtaining a TaftHartley Act cooling off Thomas pres dent of the striking AFLCIO In ernational Longshoremens As said Not even a raft is floating lown the two transatlantic iners docked in New York early ttis Sylvania and he Leonardo da White ollar workers helped the jassengers on the two vessels unload their President Johnson named the hreeman board of inquiry late but too late to head iff the midnight The board acted quickly today to port to the President before A return to work under a fed eral court injunction was ex pected by Monday or Shipping circles estimated a oss of more than million in the nations economy for each day the docks are which saw Alfred Guggisfinishing seventh in Wednes berg of Doughty Valley Cheese days Fourth yes in RD capterday went to Forrest Hicks of ture first Ragersville who wound The runnerup honors gave the up with 19 points and fifth in 57yearold Stauffer 7 points for the state a total of 41 out of a possible The reserve championship for 1964 went to Adelbert Ladrach of Sugarcreek who totaled 27 He set Other finishers in the Swiss Festival competition were 6th Kinsey of Broad Run See Page t Wealhervane YESTERDAY High 70 Low 39 Elsewhere High Low clear 81 52 clear clear Los clear clear New clear clear clear San clear cloudy 13 54 TOOAT 7 4f RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMOitOW Sunrise i8 Sunset High It Low II Fiir 60 52 62 41 76 57 M 7i 61 51 44 73 47 W 57 Article Points Toward School Merger Pressure An article in the October is sue of the Report an Ohio Education publica indicates at least 6 school districts in the county system will either have to con solidate in a hurry or prepare to tuition their students into neighboring The article is an interview No Pay Chocks Some teachers in Tuscarawas County have not received pay checks since the 196465 term began because the State Depart ment of Education has been slow in approving teaching certifi Linton Honaker said 20 in the county system have gone All Dover instruc tors have been paid but New Philadelphia has 5 who havent gotten See Cleveland story on Page with Byron assis tant superintendent of public instruction for the who works mostly with school reor The closing paragraph of the interview states Morton forecasts new pres sure from the Legislature to speed up consolidation of uneconomical school He is quoted as saying Ohio Legislators realize the state cannot afford to support pro grams in these districts from either the standpoint of dollars or The 6 school districts in the county where charter revoca tions have been or may be made are Port Washing Stone Gnadenhutten Midvale and ac See Page I Its So Easy To sell those thingi you no longer need with a Reporter Family Want Ad Herei an other result ad INCH Wettlnghoute electric Taylor Tot stroller and Cosco high Phone I Its said the 1 Another case of buyer and fer meeting through a Family i Want Ad I to Place Your Ad PHONE 42167 Tfce Result Number Force Goes On Strike Threatened loss of Jobs through automation of cargo handling a major factor in the no no work walkout by the AFLCIO Inter national Longshoremens Associ ation which began a minute aft er Some longshoremen jumped the gun in New York and began quitting work on the luxury liner piers as early as 5 Wednes Clerical employes were put to work handling passengers luggage and three big ships the British Queen the American Independence and the German during the For the past few days ship ping companies especially in the vast port of New York had advanced some sailing dates and rushed loading of pas senger ships and freighters by hiring extra longshoremen in or der to get the ships to sea be fore the strike President Johnson invoked the TaftHartley Act late Wednes day for the first time since he entered the White His action was expected to lead to speedy issuance of a court injunction ordering the longshoremen back to work for an 80day coolingoff period Civil Rights Is Submerged Issue Page 4 Art Kump Retires from General Electric Pacje 11 General Telephone District Saluted Page 12 Cardinals Take National League Lead Page 17 Doverite Gfven Auto Club Recognition Page 22 Abbe Lane Is Happy Page 25 Around The Obituaries ear 31 Crane 29 Gonen On 31 Sports 17 18 25 Womens 15 Your 31 MIDWEST A Midwest Airways DC 3 aircraft touched down at the New Philadelphia Municipal Airport this morning at inaugurating air passenger and freight service to the area after a 2year The In troductory flight will be followed Monday with implementation of regularly scheduled flights to and from Cleveland and Columbus by the Cincinnatibased BELOWHarry airport manager welcomes the Bob as Dover Mayor LeMoyne luthy New Philadelphia Mayor Joseph Frits and Otto Chamber of Commerce look Several otKer civic and business leaders also were on hand for the welcoming v w Floyd Burrier Undergoes Leg Amputation County road employe Floyd 49rof RD i PortrWSsh who was working yes terday with Donald Kinsey of Uhrichsville at bridge County Road 71 near Sugar creek when the latter was kill is listed as fair today jn Union Hospital following ampu tation of a ed right severelycrush Burrier was a Gradall oper See Page 2 Recorder Fee Collection Sets Record Fees collected in the County Recorders office during Sep tember set an alltime Re corder Ted Underwood reported He turned over a check of to the which sur passes by the next high est total collected in any month in the history of the The next highest sum was gathered during July The September report for business shows Mortgages re corded mortgages canceled fees collect ed instruments filed 823 financing statements and real estate conveyances The report for the same peri od in 1963 show mortgages re mortages canceled fees collect ed instruments 545 financing statements real estate conveyances ROSE DAY Dionne Graef Dover High junior and daughter of and Wayne Graef of RD was selected Wednesday night to reign as Queen for the Dover annual Rose Day Her attendants are Rose Tomasina daughter of and Anthony Tomasina of 340 Clair New and Julie daughter of and Zone Spongier of 2105 Wooster Rose is a Dover Josephs senior and Julie is a Dover High The Rose Day pro ceeds will be used in blind sight conservation and community betterment A goal of 900 dozen roses has been set drive under the era chairmanship of Ken Advance sale captains are Clyde Wai lick and Ed Dover High and Josephs girls will sell roses downtown and at the Miracle Lane Plaza on Rose Order blanks are now available from any club member or at Dover stores displaying Rose Day window Mother Of 10 Sentenced On and in his notes an over all increase for the first 9 months of business in 1964 as compared with that in In the past 9 he reports Instruments filed financing statements and real estate conveyances with the total amount of fees collected set at In 1963 the report shows in struments filed financing real estate RD i sentenc ed today to a year in Marysville Womens Prison on a charge of neglect of In delivering nile Court Judge Ralph Fintet irdered that a 15yearold daughter be remanded to the are of Blankenships for mer husband now living in The 9 other includ ng a whom Blankenship claims is also the of the California were turned over to the charge f the County Welfare Depart The womans present Villiam was sentenced y Finley on 25 to a year in the Toledo Workhouse on a imilar The Blankenships had ed guilty to the charge of ne glect after being arrested last conveyances and fees collected total Phila Youngster Struck By Auto Gary son of and Robert Beatty of 237 3rd New is reported as fair in Union Hospital with a concussion and possible neck injuries after he was struck by an auto on 1st SE this morning at Police reported the lad ran from behind a parked car into the path of an auto driven by Ann of 313 Bel mont No citations were UF Division Ranks Expanded For Drive Four more division chairmen for the 1914 United Community Fund drive in Dover and New Philadelphia were announced today by Joe gen eral campaign are Matthew employes Charles comfy Earl state and city Combined goal for the 4 divi sions is These along with more 111 other FWWe SWBWHP aJtfMrt irajsj for the 1 participating welfare and service organiza New Philadelphia will contact all eral employes in the 2 cities in an attempt to raise Last year1 contributions totaled hint are Fred Aw New Charta Yewf uly Both admitted they had drinking problems and had ireviously attended Alcoholics tnonymous meetings for about 3 Juvenile and welfare officials estified in court that from Jan uary to July of this they md found the 10 children living n squalor and while the parents allegedly were spending most of the money rom welfare on Food Freezer deferral Sale Is Reported Dover Mayor LeMoyne Lu thy said today no solicitation li cense has been issued to a Can ton freezer firm which is con ducting a sales campaign in New Philadelphia and other parts ef the An official of the Town and Country Food said no license was required as the sales are conducted on a ral basis rather than solicita The campaign is conducted under federal regulations of the Interstate Commerce Commis the spnfcreroan Representatives of the food company sett within a Mice range of MM to ant frozen food They alse sett the frozen foods freeur Under the referral one customer Kconwseads the name of a potential hwyer te the Town aMCMfr try Food is also ug cards expMaJag IMP thwi who   

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