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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1964, Dover, Ohio Dollar signs filled Dover City Council chambers test night as representatives of all city de partments met With the efts finance committee to hear a new payraise Improved Fringes All the plan spells mit that each of the 140 workffs will get approximately a 3 per cent increase annually under a 4year The cost to the taxpayers City Workers would tit apprnkatety per Munfciptl employes at so offered extra half4ft appro mutely II days pit year of sick tern iHtfrtly than under the present additional paid vacation and partial payment of group hospititization and surgi cal insurance Portions of the fringe benefit offer had been established tag a previous meeting with Kpf esentattves fie iripiiftt foitowtd a cloatd door meeting last Thursday night between the fi nance committee and city cram Committee members are Eugene Robert Balr and Russell Al following last nights said he didnt know what the next action would be because of the objections voiced by the It had been the plan of the Council to Adopt the wage Mate in November so that ft cooM go into effect about 1 when the old schedule It is expected that the fr See OFr Fan 14 The Associated Press It The Exclusive News Service of The Reporter THE REPORTER HOME f DffiON VOL 24 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew October Serving Over Pamlllea PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Johnson Is Power Barry Claims LBJ Steps Up Jabbing Against Goldwater BING SHE Michaeline Mickey Lea of points a crutch at the cameraman and yells bing as she was introduc ed yesterday in New York as the March of Dimes child for See story on Page 7 AP Halloween Parade Route Set At Newcomerstown Ky Sally Duffy Telephone IIY 87839 NEWCOMERSTOWN The annual Chamber of Commerce Halloween parade to be held Saturday night will form on Church at and move at 7 From Church the pa rade will proceed north on Riv er to then east on Canal to Bridge Turning north on the marchers will go to west to Cross north to Neighbor west on Neighbor to Good south on Goodrich to Church and from there east to River for a second The judges stand will be at Main and Floats will park on West Main beyond the In the interest of traffic and pedestrian Police Chief John Lawyer has asked co operation of everyone in observ ing parking Limited parking and use of Church will begin at 6 and continue untii after the parade moving and in progress from Goodrich to College In no parking Svill be permitted from 5 to 10 on Main between River and on Bridge between Main and md on Cross between Main and Neighbo Members of the State Patro and Auxiliary and Reserve Dep uties of the Tuscarawas Count Sheriffs Office will assist loca The Future Homemakers America held a candlelight in tiation yesterday in the hig school for 19 new members Fanny Truex and Joyce Ros were in The purposes were given b Doreen Susan Jan Bonnie Don na Lillian Ma Sec Page 2 OP Candidate jets Rousing Ovation In NY AP tarry Goldwater accused Presi dent Johnson today of playing upon questions of religion and hardship in America in his drive to keep the White The Republican presidential candidate said Johnson wants an electionday mandate to set he nation on what he called a plunge to socialistic He wont be satisfied with ust an election he wants to e the Arizona sena or He wants total total total power over your Johnson is the most power lungry man in American poli Goldwater said in a speech prepared for delivery in He hopped into the with also on his sched after a fullhouse rally in New Yorks Madison Square There before a crowd of more than that cheered 28 minutes before he could start his speech Goldwater ac cused Johnson of political See Page It 8 FIRE SIREN SIGNAL TO START MARCH Halloweeners Stage Parade Wednesday With the traditional blast o the fire siren at 8 Wednesday Dovers 43rd annual Halloween parade will get underway at Miracle Lane The theme of the parade is Our American A field of 18 floats are entered in competi tion for prize money totaling The best allaround float will garner a First place in organizational floats is worth with and for 2nd and re The first 2 places in commercial division will receive and The best marching excluding high school will pick up The best 25 individual marchers will receive AH in 40 units will make their way over the parade Formation area for participants will be on Shafer along South Elementary The parade will head south on Union to the shopping Marchers will pass through the Plaza to Wa bash then west to Union to make a second run past the judges stand in the Dispersing area will be beside the Parade marshal will be Dale Swinderman of Roy Busby is assistant Lee Bierie is parade Judges for the competition will be Bill Bar Dover Jaycee Jim Williams of a national Jaycee and Har ment Dover elementary art See Page 2 Issues Night On Thursday At Phila To Include Pay Data Proposal for a 10 per cent wage hike for city police and firemen will be among the ques tions aired on Issues Night to be held Thursday at in the Methodist Church Dennisonian Treated DENNISON Harold Renick er of 412 2nd an employe of Perma GlasMesh in underwent treatment at Twin City Hospital last night af ter becoming ill in his home following attendance at a vol unteer firemens Tak en to the hospital in a Lindsey he was released af ter his stomach was Youth Posts Bond Oris of arrested Monday on a war rant by New Philadelphia or Joe was released yes terday by New Philadelphia po lice after posting on 8 pleaded not guilty to a charge of crossing a double yellow line filed by po At that time he was sched uled to reappear before Pritz within 3 Train Breaks Down A motorist complained to Do ver police yesterday afternoon that the Pennsylvania Railroad crossing on Tuscarawas had been blocked for about 20 Officers said the tracks was cleared when they but noted the train had been broken Doverife Held In Gets Jail Term A Dover railroader will spend 10 days in County Jail after he was found in contempt of court today by Common Pleas Judge Raymond Donald Lovell of 319 3rd had actually been sentenced to jail on but at the suspended the sen tence and gave Lovell the chance to purge himself of the contempt charge by making monthly payments in support of his 3 His former Maxine Lovell appeared again on 15 to charge that he had made only one payment of since the August court Lovell was jailed last Friday and Rice gave him credit for his time there in 10day sentence into Lovell had been in constant trouble with his support pay ments ever since his divorce in By last he was in ellowship Hall in New Phila Finance Chairman Ted Rick told New Philadel hia Council last night he would all for no decisive action on proposal until after the 3 election when the fate of city levies placed on the ot by Council will be Ricker said a close study he ad made showed that approx mately would be re uired next year to cover the alary with 3 new mem ers being added to both the po ce and fire as well as the cost of an addition 1 police He told Council that he per onally favored the adoption of new wage structure but said he matter would rest with the ity officials who would be See Dem Victory ON THE INSIDE Dear Your Around The Goren On Bridge Home Building Womens Pages By CONRAD FINK NEW DELHI AP Indian astrologers have consulted the heavenly bodies and say Presi dent Johnson will win big next The latest reading of the stars from India also indicates vic tory for Democratic Senate hopefuls Pierre Salinger in Call Edward Kennedy in Massachusetts and Robert Ken nedy in New But some of Johnsons top Secretary of State Dean Defense Secretary Rob ert McNamara and Am bassador Adlai will be out looking for jobs next aceordJuig to the astrolo star reading fraternity has made a good living off this sprt of thing for centuries in In Many Indian government officials consult them frequent One astrologer says Johnson was born under a star grouping that assures kingship so he doesnt have to worry about Re publican challenger Barry Gold An a Hindu who in says Johnson in one of his for mer lives was a Hindu holy man who wandered the woods of northern On the priest Johnson will collect his just reward for this hard tour of a south Indian astrologer who claims to have foreseen President Kennedys says Goldwater does not have a chance because the Saturn and a few other heavenly bodies gauged up on the Arizona tor a long tune Crane Will Speak At Uhville Hotel George Crane noted lecturer and will appear ai the Buckeye Club luncheon Thursday at noon in the Buck eye Hotel dining Ar rangements were made for the special session by The Daily which is sponsoring Cranes appearance in the coun County Gets In Auto Tag Monty State Auditor Rpger Tra cy announced today the distrib Ution of in auto licens revenues for the counties ane The distributior marks the cleanup of the 1 auto tag including the 4 per cent share for the countie and the 34 per cent for the citie and are Tuscarawas Wayn Stark Holme Harrison Co shocton and Carroll Driver Fined n Dennison Crash DENNISON Delbert of the Ohio Hotel was fined by Mayor Donald Huston donday on charges of driving eft of center and driving with ut a drivers Haver apparently went to sleep Satur ay morning at the wheel of his automobile and struck 4 guard posts on Wilson ie also was ordered by the mayor to pay for damage o the called to meet shortly after the Mayor Joe Pritz and Public Relations Director Al Bricker informed Council that the pro gram for Issues Night had been prepared and would be highlighted by a live radio broadcast originating from the meeting hall at 8 Council President William Hi nig called for members of the Finance Police and Fire Departments and Park Recreation Boards to be pre pared to discuss the needs and uses of the money being asked for in the 2 levies at the meet City Solicitor Donald Zimmer who proposed the issues session at the 12 assured Council that Methodist Church workers would be on hand to serve refreshments to the Councilman John Stratton dis tributed sample copies of the ballots containing the 2 city is sues and urged city officials and coi ilmen to use their influ ence to get the people to deliv er a favorable During last nights 50minute Council approved a res olution releasing the city rights to abandoned Ohio anc Erie Canal land lying between the canal and Commercial Ave off This canal land within the See ISSUES Page 18 Hecklers Fail To Be Worry For President WASHINGTON AP presi dent Johnson aims his cam paign at the Northeast today after a swing through the Deep South in which he lectured heck assailed Barry Goldwater by name and promised to seek an end to NorthSouth differ who is making more and more direct jabs at Gold water with the election only a week speaks tonight in Pittsburgh and Evans before flying to Albu for an overnight The President stumped hrough five cities in Georgia and South Carolina Returning to the White House long after he ob viously was pleased about his reception in the South even though he was confronted In with the most severe heckling of his cam Interrupted several times at Augusta by chants of We want Johnson left his prepared text to do some off thecuff sermonizing on good He said I was always taught as a little boy when peo ple didnt know any and when they made and when they were and when they didnt show good See Page 10 White Named To Pol ice Job Hobart of 1004 4th has been hired as a new Dover A decision has not been made to fill another vacancy on the according to Acting Po lice Chief Raymond who will begin work 2 on a years probationary is a graduate of Mid west City High at and has been employed as a mechanic at Harry Humphries in New A Dover resident 7 White and his wife have 2 chil Wealhervane YESTERDAY High 70 Low 39 Elsewhere la HlghUwPr clear 69 42 cloudy Los clear 70 58 89 54 79 73 78 58 71 45 71 53 cloudy New clear cloudy rain 71 53 San cloudy 64 59 cloudy 76 44 TODAY 7 39 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW High 73 Low 47 Forecast Fair and HONOR CHARTfR Ten charter of the Strasburg lions Club were honored at a dinner meeting act night in Chucks Shown ore Gepfert Maurice Peter Samsa and Arthur Mil STANDINGMayor John Studer Merle Shutt and Hugh Unable to attend was Oliver Paying tribute to the 10 and lauding the club were William Fleming of New past district governorand a trustee of the Ohio Lions Eye Research Foundation Donald post district governor Earl past zone and Lynn senior deputy The latter 3 are from introduced the charter members Caroline Buell of the Public Relations Department of the Columbia Gas presented a program entitled The Mad Helwiek was program New Company To Seek Small Area Business A new company has been established in Dover to promote the establishment of small ness and provide financial and other services which will allow them to Ravens Industrial Develop ment a public will provide leas financing and fundraising services and management ser vices for small Ini tially it will provide industrial development activities in south eastern but will not be limited 16 that RIDC is in business to at tract small companies to Ohio communities and to help solve financial problems and new and existing small Lloyd He emphasized that inability to get working capital and fi nancing is the greatest handi See Page II Vandals Hit Phila School New Philadelphia Halloween vandalism continues to plague police and Yesterday afternoon it was reported by Central Elementary School Principal Arthur Angel that vandals broke 7 small 10 x 8 windows in the rear of the school over the Angel said today that police patrolled the area last night and that there had been no recurrence of vandalism at the Other reports made to police on incidents that took place last night were George Myers of 309 High stated an 8 x 12 storm window pane had been broken at her residence Ben jamin Hamiin of 443 Front SW told police youths were soaping his windows Oliver Kutscher of 1014 Tuscarawas reported 3 youths were jumping on his They were caught and admon ished by a patrolman Harry Robb of 625 Ray NW caught a boy soaping his windows and turned him over who in turn had the youth wash the and Donald Jones of 211 Front SE complained van dais had cut the screen in hut front door Sunday night at Ap proximately 6 Add W To UNKSF STRASBURG Charles of the UNICEF doortodoor trick pr treat canvass reports was collected in Ust Some W
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