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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Dover Seek Additional Float Entries For Page tht Rtporttr Printi More Wont Adi Than Any Othtr County Paper 71 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DorerNew October MfVMfl 7CEKIS COUNCIL LOOKS TO FUTURE REQUIREMENTS City Council last night author zed preparation of legis lation aimed at hiring the engi neering firm of Pyle Schomer of Akron to study generating requirements at the Municipal Light The action followed a utilities committee recommenda lon stemming from reviews of a steadilyincreasing light plant Clifford FinUy Itafs through his water bill which he has kept up to date the last 34 Study Set For Light Plant Improvements load which has now reached the capacity of the 7500 KW gen Chairman Wilbert Jentes pointed out that peak loads of over 8000 KW have been regis tered almost daily and there have been several instances of loads of MOO While there is no apparent need for alarm since we have several standby Jentes the committee feels that now is the time to take initial steps to fill the needs for the No cost figures could be de but the engineering firms study of requirements will formulate some future idea for Council Jentes indicated that he felt the planning would take from one to 2 Pyle Schomer han dled the engineering details for the expansion at the Light Plant several years Engineering steps at that time were taken to make expansion needs more easily attainable in the years During its 45minute Council suspended rules to pass 2 ordinances legislation au thorizing the advertising of bids for a new 2year garbage col lection contract effective Jan and legislation approving the name of Perry for the alley running directly west and parallel to the Boulevard be tween Bellevue and Emerson Council approved another util ities committee recommenda tion which calls for legislation to be drawn up setting an charge for electric made after regular No legislation was deemed nec essary for a similar watet See LIGHT Page 9 Mineral City Closes Waifor W V By Nerm ployment with the Ceram Daily Reporter Staff Tile at East Sparta MINERAL CITY For he was stock room and years Clifford Finley fought onceamonth deadline duel clerk of Mineral Citys everything will be up and His paramount goal was chrysanthemums for Fin ting the bills out to the mers on And it was with his wife of 38 Bpicandspan the former Emma Ren only once by he will be devoting many and once by a death in the hours to the flower gar behind their 5room bun At last nights meeting of on 1st Village Water modern styled closed the books on his overlooks a good portion counts for the last Mineral was designed ing from the post he was by Finley and as of pointed to month he and his wife will Larry Horstman was lived in it 2 Finleys successor at last retirement and flower wont result in the For the 65yearold mildmannered Finleys resident of Mineral City of a passive policy in marked his second in less than 3 On treasurer of Mineral Citys 31 he ended 29y2 years of WATER Page 3 Stolen Property Readied In September Assistant County Deputy John James Thomas said this led the which also ing that possession of in the discovery of a property charges were to be claimed that ed later today as a result of Mizer identified the al 19 raid by sheriff stolen furniture at the on a Mineral City area of Fredricka Grant The Sheriff Department RD Mineral before been left in an uneasy was removed by a county tion since that in that on his valued at had obtained a owner Harietta Mizer of warrant from Northern had been confiscated from County Court Judge home by deputies and was Eckert for the investi ed in an empty room next to County today would not com Thomas today explained the Holav in filind the COUntS on who would be named Vatican Group Okays Common Prayer Step VATICAN CITY AP The Vatican Ecumenical Council voted approval today of an un precedented new program of common prayer and public meetings between Roman Cath olics and other The a gathering of Catholic prelates from around the agreed that Catho lics everywhere must undergo a conversion of heart toward others to further the goal on Christian Council fathers meeting in Peters Basilica also approved a declaration that the church must be ready to reaffirm it self where errors may have oc and another declaration that Catholic teachings both for priests and laymen must conform to the principles of the Christian unity movement to keep minds open to Approval of these measures came in voting on the second chapter of the schema de oe cumenismo on a fun damental goal of the Passage of the provisions in he the second of three in the was another ma or triumph for forces within See COMMON Page 13 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 54 Low 27 The Weather Elsewhere High Low clear Two Divisions Open UF Drive The 1964 United Fund cam paign in Dover and New Phila delphia got underway yesterday with the Corporate and Special Gifts Division This years goal is General Chairman Joe Drago vich states This realistic goal can be topped by a contribution of for each of the 12 partici pating agencies from the aver age a per agency donation from those in the higher income and a matching amount from the employer or Dragovich added that a 2 per cent increase over last years contribution by each individual and business or industry will meet the minimum needs for cloudy clear Los clear cloudy New clear clear clear San cloudy 74 52 51 94 86 57 54 59 64 60 52 40 34 71 71 38 30 36 54 40 the 12 service and welfare The first report meeting for the which will run through will be Five more divisional chair men were named today by They are Gwyned Richard Her Bud Wanda Paris and Charles pastor of the Schoenbrunh Moravian will head up the Clergy Divi which has a goal of Gwyned Williams up over last years dona He will be aided by 3 co Gordon Stoltz of the Dover Ministerial John Armbrust of the New Philadelphia Ministerial and Mervin Taylor of the Evangelical Pastors Assisting will be Wil See Page 5 paying We were figuring which way to The Reporter had been to the prosecutors office sever al times to file the charges but each time was asked to hold up until they had more ON THE INSIDI Dear Abby Your Horoscope Around The World Goren On Bridge Home BuJJding News clear TODAY 27 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 62 Low 33 Forecast Fair and Shortcomings Of freshmen entering the 7 units of the University of Chancellor Edward Strong has revealed have been enrolled in remedial English classes because of their previous poor training in Eng lish Ill bet you find this prob lem on every campus in the Strong Maybe high schools dont have NO MORE FIRE Ervin who was 65 will retire from the Dover Fire Depart ment at the end of the month after serving as a night fireman the last 16 years and 5 who resides at 418 Howe worked at the station every other night for the first 14 years and every third night the last 2 He also holds down another job at Marsh Lumber having been an employe there for more than 40 He was a dean in the First Church of the Brethren at New Philadelphia 35 treasurer for 32 years and Sunday School superintendent for 25 He and his have a Harold Sheila Auman of 414 Howe County Board Adopts Policy To Cover Teacher Absences See Page 2 time to do the Adoption of a policy for ab sences by county school teach ers and discussion of bridge load limits in respect to buses that travel them highlighted last nights County Board of Education Only 3 board John Garrison Fin zer and William were The session was delay ed 45 minutes until a quorum could be Absent were pres and Roger vice Lebold was named acting president for last nights The new teacher as explained by Linton way ect are spelled out under the Ohio Revised Code and pro vide that Certificated em ployes of the board shall be granted a maximum of 6 days personal leave by the authority and permission of the county but shall not be taken in connection with earned vacation A secoad article of the docu ment provides for the county board to grant leave for the pose of meeting requirements for postmasters degree educa tional while a third arti permits each employe of the board of education to be See COUNTY Page 3 Construction started Monday on a new State Highway De partment maintenance garage to house equipment for personnel in Tuscarawas The new to be con structed on state property off Route next to existing build ings southwest of New Philadel will include facilities for maintenance of Interstate Route 77 through the Bids were taken for the new building by the department of ficials in Columbus last According to Division 11 Dep uty Director Earl Howard Construction of Co shocton submitted the low bid for the general contract to con struct a 61 x 201 main garage building with v a 16 x 61 office wing with 35 x 128 area for work rooms at the The building will be built of concrete and concrete Low bid for general contracting work was The states estimate was Bids were also taken for spe cialty sub contracting with Plumbing Contractors and Sup ply of Dover low bidder for plumbing work at The states estimate was Low bidder for heating sub contract work was Soehnlen tion time has been set at 180 Maintenance forces in the county have been quartered in buildings at the Division 11 ga rage on High New With sections of IS 77 being opened to traf Nelson said that it has be come imperative that larger quarters be established for maintenance crews in the coun Plans for the new which include cubic yards of fill to bring the grounds to the proper were pre pared by the Ohio Department of Public Works under the su pervision of Director Alfred Preliminary grading for the project started with esti Piping of Louisville under the state mate of Frank Johnson Electric of New Philadelphia was low for electrical subcontracting on a bid of under the state estimate of Total bid price for the work amounted to Comple Phila 7th Grader Wins Britannica In connection with Tell Me a column featured daily in The Reporter by Arkady todays winner of a 1964 Britannica Book of the Year was Ellen 12 daughter of and Ar thur Moon of 136 6th NE New A 7th grader at New Philadel phia Junior High Ellen submitted a joke last month to Riddles or jokes may be sent in to Tell Me in care of The Daily Advertisers To Get TopNotch Advice At Reporter Workshop Charles Dubar Bud Nlehtb Television Sports Womens Pages Craoe Alvarez Advertising Lets Make It Productive To it wont strike a responsive To those 21 shouldered with the responsibil 19 ity of setting up advertising 7 budgets and it means a 19 great 1415 That topic will be discussed 2 of The Halle in Cleve during the second annual Advertising Workshop to be conducted by The Patty Report Last years which attracted statewide interest be cause it was the first conduct ed by an Ohio newspaper of The Dally Reporters attract ed 1M The program begins with a luncheon at 12 with The Re 1112 67 21 in Un ion Country porter as Following Cores a panel fUfpQSfiJftfl on ads of mgfthantg attending toe workshop will be Tfce panel will include Ed IfMissfi advertising of The Akron Beacon Journal James manager of The Daily A MMlwIe windiip at the workshop conclusion will be led by Roger promotion director and retail advertising manager of The A dutch optional buffet din ner will follow at Gore has a tremendous ad For a alter tag was publisher of the Li Grange a Set 17 Phila Zoning Unit Okays Apartment The New Philadelphia Zoning Board of Appeals last night granted permission to Edwards Electric to erect an apart ment building within 5 feet of an alley on Emmett A City ordinance had stipulat ed a 10foot There were no Mayor Jo seph Pritz Board member Charles Bichsel was Present were Harry Renner and Aaron 77 Ribboncutting ceremonies ol ficially opening the 8mile sec tion of Interstate 77 between Green Gables and originally scheduled for 14 at 3 has been moved up to 2 that James 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