Tuesday, November 10, 1964

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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1964, Dover, Ohio MIliTht VOL 36 Lorgwt Circulation In Tuicarawas County S vVrvfnJ I f PHONE 42167 7 OEWtS er State Auditor Dead At Ohio who twice ran for die Mate auditors job once held by hit father before finally gaining h on hit third it dead of a heart The 61yearold Republican was stricken while attending a banquet for state examiners at a downtown hotel Monday He left the banquet room and died in a police ambulance en Rhodes Names Coble To Post Ohio AP Chester an old who walks like a ram is Ohios new state He was appointed today to Rerve out the term of Roger who died unexpected ly of a heart Goble held the rank of major general in the Ohio National Guard during the admin istration of former Thom as was Ohios ad Jutant He was Ohios Selective Service chief in Work War II and the Korean Conflict and head of the bonus distribu tion system after both James who made the explain ed that immediate action wa necessary for continuity in the auditors formerly served as as sistant state auditor unde Rhodes when the governor hel that as an aide to Tracj who succeeded Rhodes as aud and recently as a membe of the governors Refer Tracy Heart Attack Vtetto Phila Firemen Ask Council For Monthly Pay Benefits New Philadelphia City Council night got proposals from city police and firemen for monthly pay raises for to plus longevity increases and other Safety Director Joseph Fren zel presented the separate peti tions signed by the chiefs and members of the police and fire departments and drawn up af ter meetings of their Police according to the new scale would be and desk Present pay is first year veteran and desk The present starting sal ary would be and a new patrolman would begin at As longevity the police would receive a monthly in crease for each year of with a 25year a after one year of would draw each and with 2 years and so Overtime would be paid at time and a Family hos pitalization would also be In paid vacation 2 weeks would be awarded after one 3 weeks after 10 4 after 15 5 af serter 20 years and I years after oute to Grant About 300 persons were attend ng the part of a two ay seminar called by Tracy nd aimed at improving the echnical proficiency of the state who are part of the state auditors It was from a state examiner ob that Tracy rose to two of he highest positions in state government state treasurer and state Tracys first attempt at elec tion to the state auditors posi ion held by his the late foseph from 1921 to 1937 was in but he was He made another un successful try in In 1950 he ran as the Repub lican candidate for state treas urer and He was reelected to three more twoyear terms in 1954 and In the first time state officials were elected to four year he joined most oth SCHOOL BOARD GETS PROPOSAL Problems Strike Health Program Despite a light Do ver Board of Education mem bers spent more than 3 hours last night handling school busi er Republican falling before landslide brought on by a con troversial right to work amendment to the After losing his treasurers job to Democrat Joseph Fer Tracy joined a Columbus investment firm until 1962 when See Page 7 Discussion centered on a County Health Board purchase of cafeteria equip the levies passed last Tuesday and milk for school Emmet Riley read a letter from Leslie Law health which stated that the Health Board had found it necessary candidates in to charge a 50cent fee per stu a Democratic dent to continue the school health The Health Board has sched uled a meeting 16 at in Union Hospital for all county school administrators with the exception of New Phil to discuss the Lawrence states The situation is even more serious now than it was at the end of 1963 so that ac tion will be taken at this meet whether you are present or The 50cent fee would cost the Dover Board of Education ap proximately la official the board named Raymond Harmon of Dover to the elementary sub stitute teacher list and approv ed home instruction for Bonnie Baker and John both of whom are Following a halfhour discus Rhodes Increases Assembly Agenda Ohio AP Ohios special session of the leg islature went into its second day Tuesday with the legislative re apportionment a pro posed capital im provements bond issue and an industrial development loan pro gram added to an alreadyheavy James Rhodes an nounced the new additions to a schedule that already includes congressional redistricting and many other The reapportion m e n t call rame from the governor after House Speaker Roger Cloud had made a request for the addition Congressional redistricting is n the but no bill has Men The House lectionsfederal relations com Rhodes Starts Twice Weekly Series of Press Confer ences Page Pay Ordinance Is Due Monday Dover City Council held an unannounced meeting in City Hall last night to discuss pay raises for municipal Eugene chairman of the finance said this morning that Council mem ben agreed to have an ordin ance prepared and presented at the regular Council meeting next Monday Bowers said the ordinance would be almost a carbon copy of a proposal made to city em ployes 2 weeks which called for approximately a 3 per cent pay raise each year for the 140 The set up would be in affect 5 A meeting of city was held this morning in Council Chambers to draw up the or Attending were Bow Mayor LeMoyne Service Director Auditor Derlin Miller and City Solicitor Mario Bowers also noted that sev eral minor adjustments were made In the Service Ifepart pay mittee discussed the matter Monday night and decided to try o arrange joint hearings with ts counterpart senate commit tee in hopes of reaching some 24 district In both redistricting and re the Su preme Court has said districts must be as nearly equal in pop ulation as Republicans saw their seven vote Senate edge reduced to a tie and their 44vote house margin trimmed to 13 in last weeks So they want to get as much as possible done before those elected a week ago take their seats in the Official Vote Tally Reveals Minor Changes The official tally of votes cast in Tuscarawas County in the 3 election shows 7 mi nor corrections of ballots for various The largest error noted re duces the count for Judge Clar ence who was de feated by Socrates Space in his second bid for a county sion on the merits and disad vantages of French fried pota the board voted to purchase 2 fryers for the high school at a cost of A soup kettle for Park Ele mentary cafeteria also was all from Helbling Sup ply of New refrigerator and a single stack oven from Canton Hardware also was approved for The equipment is to be paid for from the cafeteria fund bal Purchase of the items led to comments on the cafeteria men us and board members suggest ed that more variety and choic Cocaptains from Dover and New Philadelphia ate as guests of the combined DoverNew Philadelphia Rotary Club meeting Monday then dished up special sandwiches they hope to feed each other Friday night when the schools gridiron gladiators meet for the 60th Serving are Tornado Bill Myers front right to Quaker Jon Clay in Quaker Doug Gouts rear right to Tornado Don The Doverites said they would win The Quakers said a touchdown either way would turn the Story on Page court by 600 votes from to Board of Elections Clerk Victor Turner today explained that the error was simply one of addition made in carrying over a total from one page to another on the tally William who won the election for state representative from Commissioner D e 1 m a r increased Us tally 270 going from to 273 Other corrected tallies for See SCHOOL Page 7 Health Board Maps 50cent Per Pupil Fee The County Health Depart which went through a fi nancial crisis about this time last is nearing another Foutz Named Port Delegate On New Board PORT WASHINGTON The Board of Education met last night and selected a represent ative and an alternate to rep resent the local school district on the board of the proposed Southern Local School John president and longtime board was appointed as the delegate foi the new Lloyd Roth was CITY GIVEN BUILDING Turin City School Steps Are Mapped candidates Goldwater are Barry an in regular session starting Democratic leaden say they will not oppose any reasonable redistricting House mi nority leader warned on opening that we will op See Page 1 Drlvt Stt DENNISON Mayor Donald Huston will hold the Muscular Dystrophy Wednesday cans are crease of 200 Stephen Young an increase of 100 Congressmanatlarge Robert Sweeney a decrease of 3 State Danny Johnson an increase of 200 and Commissioner Jacob Dummermuth an increase of The total tally of votes cast in the county now officially stands at beginning when contribution placed in stores throughout the business Neighborhood canvassing will begin within the weeks DAY BRIGHTENIt A small town where they are proud of their traffic Despite a voluntary 5 per cent cutback in salary by the departments sanitari ans and administrators and an increase in the various fees charged for officials say the department will have a rough time making ends meet around Because of failure of county officials to follow through and make certain that a 2tenths additional mill health levy was placed on last Tuesdays ballot the proposal was not presented to It would have vided funds for department ser vices and tuberculosis In an effort to restore the staff salaries to a respectable the Health Board has an nounced its intentions to assess the countys school districts 50 cents per pupil for continua tion of the school health pro Leslie health in a letter to all selected Executive Head Edward Brookover requested that other ent local board members jme an informal group af ter the new Southern Local Dis trict Board is put in He said the group could hold informal monthly meetings which would provide local resi See Page 8 Weathei YESTERDAY High 58 Low 37 Elsewhere In High Lew cloudy 67 52 cloudy 69 51 Tues days voterapproved merger of Dennison and Un ion Local School Districts re ceived brief mention last night as members of the Board of Education conducted routine business in 40 School Pete Wolfe said he and McCarroll of the Dennison system would meet with 3 members of the State Department of Education in Columbus on Wednesday or Thursday to determine what preliminary work could be done before the actual creation of the Twin City School the abbrevi ated said the new dis trict probably would come into existence about July in that the books for the separate dis tricts will close on June Wolfe and McCarroll are ex pected to meet with Byron assistant superintend ent of public John director of and Glenn director of second ary and elementary Wolfe said a progress re port on the merger would be released to area news media each month until Last nights session was cut short so members could attend an open house program at Eastport Ave nue The board gave approval to the donation of the Uhricb Street School building to the City of Uhrichsville for a mu nicipal Under the con the abandoned which will not meet fire regula tions for school will See TWIN Page 7 The police proposal also ques tions some kind of increase for the present hourly rate paid to the adult school cross ing to such an extent that would not affect their See PHILA Page T Laborites Pass Initial British Vote By ANTHONY WHITE LONDON AP With its first House of Commons vote safely behind Britains Labor government another to night and was confident of suc By a margin of seven 307 to Prime Minister Har old Wilsons Laborites Monday night defeated a Conservative attack on their pledge to na tionalize steel The vote tonight was on a Conserva tive motion of no confidence in Wilsons The governments margin of victory was likely to be larger The nine Liberal mem who joined the Conserva tives in voting against steel nat were expected to For two hours Monday nine Scottish Laborites were ed by fog in Since the government normally has only a fivevote majority In Com mons and two Labor members were Wilson appeared to face defeat after only 23 days in An adverse vote would have forced him to Ubwltei Glasgow In tune for the vote and the fog kept two Conserva tives away from But Wilson ordered aH Laborites weekending outside the capital In the future to get back by train if a critical vote was Laborlte commentators saw considerable psychological sig nificance in the governments They felt it reinforced Wilsons belief that his small majority Is enough to allow him to call the parliamentary Even if defeated on a snap Commons they See Page 7 Dennison Board Airs New District ciouay oa ai M Los cloudy 66 55 Vff 16 O1 AQ I Use Pickup To New cloudy See Page I clear 66 37 TODAT 7 88 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunset High 66 Low 40 Forecast Fair and 65 50 60 53 CflOSG DENNISON Much of the 55minute session by the Board of Education last night was used to discuss future plans for the new school McCarroll pointed out that there were several areas in which work could com mence immediately but he re quested that the board be pa tient until further research is We cant werk a miracle He added that be and Clayton Wolfe of Uhrichsville would make as many trips as necessary to confer with state who are not selected for the new serve on an advisory committee to get the new dis UHRICHSVILLE If Police officials in Columbus and the I Chief Ralph Romig Is heard tellmembers would be kept Inform rict The new board will not only name the new superintendent but also the teaching and non teaching Scheduling of the curriculum will be necessary almost imme diately since it will be neces sary to know what can be of fered next An in ventory on the textbooks will be scheduled so that a decision can be reached possibly on u economic of Mpplln wfll be necessary along with a more See Pagtl ON THE INSIDE United Fund Needs For Success these days it wont be anything The simple facts of life are I that the City of Uhrichsville doesnt have a police A new cruiser is on order and I is expected to arrive within the next 2 Until then Uhr ilvin Nkholls Named Gnaden Southern Local Rei Dear Abby Your Horoscope GMWiOn Bridge BuUdini NfW Neededone check for or several little ones for the same total Thats the help wanted sign hung out by Joseph United Community Fund I TetevWon Sports CUM Bit t e t WT campaign We are almost thereteat is within sight of raising the high est goal in the 22year history of the UF in Dover and New hi said We need this goal to provide or the minimum needs of the 12 welfare and recrea ion agencies in the United Fund he added stui must make a final report and states that there are W Oil years goal will be reports aretobe in naming Pledges and cash reported to tel mm of Ui Via H PSfJ SWWSJIHP palls aH WPMV muppwj will be the chair man Businesses or Individuals who have not contributed as can do so by mailing their gifts to Dover Post Office Of soliciting the following hive achieved UW per cent goal or better Auto Dealers and ipw and those wtth Hirer eapdt iw fetac fir w frutyr gtf ver Dover 4ew Philadelphia 0 service yeparuneni was selected Press and truck or on shank s These wttlta 100 per centl overheard in one of to interests on range are and County Qw GNADENHUTTEN drive for Southern Local Boanfof Education The Southern Local Board la xpected to take war planning or the district W was ppravad by voters last Both Banks and Savings and One Oil and Gas Special UU1 a ities and Florists and Nurser last years donations Nominations will he present during Boards of education 4 schools the merger Tuscarawas and Port 1DrNE they were fcnaii steering ed of i ol groundwork to effect a