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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                v For Is Near 11 1s i JT SB A Mont Of MOItt s mm Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County PHONE 42167 7 ctwnr MERGER WITH NEW PHILADELPHIA AIRED Stone Creek School Move Is Pushed STONE CREEK Efforts to meet a planned July merger with New Philadelphia School District are moving it was revealed here last night during a meeting of Stone CreekJefferson School According to President Ed It is hoped a plan can be submitted for review by the ward within 80 days and prior o a public airing before resi dents of the Voters gave their goahead to the annexation of Stone Creek Jefferson to New Philadelphia 197176 last Lorenz said that along with Vernon Hisrich and While Far West was being by too much the continued dry spell over the eastern twothirds of the turned woodlands Into blazing infomoet or fire and dried up water Top is bumpertobumpor traffic crawling along the snowclad Sierra at Calif volunteers fight a smoldering fine in powderdry woods north of Now OHIO Forecast Lean For Rainfall Ohio rain and AP more rain Emergency Wafer Sources Tapped is what Ohio needs most to end a ttttewide Bat except for a few scattered showers Thursday there Is no forecast for precipitation In immediate At least the the Weather Bureau atPoit Howard weather chief in says the entire state has extremely short of rain since During total rain fall was about 25 per cent be low Kenny And there has been no measurable rainfall reported in Ohio during the first 11 days of Most state officials watching the situation say the for the is not as bad as it was a year But State Hydrologist See Page I Paul Weathervane YESTERDAY High 70 Low 50 Elsewhere In High Low clear 51 29 clear 69 34 T clear 68 47 Los clear 61 50 clear 80 75 New cloudy 69 57 clear 70 52 clear 70 42 San clear 59 48 cloudy 75 57 Trace TODAY T 50 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 65 Low 38 Forecast Sunny and UNITED STATES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Communities turned to emer gency measures for water over the eastern half of tfie nation today as one of the most severe droughts in history took a costly Forest fires ties sought emergency aid and winter crops away in the sunny Officials said the drought would cost Farmers and other citizens mil lions of Some communities began drawing water from recreation al Farmers were using to haul water to their Some rain eased the dry spell slightly in the but one farmer It the rain just didnt begin to soak A fourday rain and snow storm in Northern California began tapering off Thursday Most of the West Coast was Other parts of the Northwest lay under The New Jersey Conservation Department has directed water suppliers to report to state agencies every other day on the water supply so that state can take emergency action when Officials said there is enough water on hand for 38 Residents In the North Jersey The last measurable rain fall in New Jersey was inch Light showers Thursday in New England did little to allevi ate the which passed its 195th A Massachusetts official estimated that the states dairy industry am produce farmers alone would Suffer million Officials in said the community must have plentiful rain by midDecember or face the prospect of no wate at all by New York City has been supplying water from city res ervoirs since September to nearby towns which have short Many Pennsylvania farmers are trucking water for livestock See UNITED Page 6 community of are borrowing Franklin Lakes water for bath ON THE INSIDE Dear Your Horoscope Around The World Churches Goren On Bridge Television 14 Womens 11 Alvarez Harry had met Monday night with 4 New adelphia board As it stands he the 2 clerks Hisrich and New Philadelphia Clerk Don Wag ner will get together and pre pare a plan on the operation of the The 2 administrators Gintz and New Philadelphia Leon Force will prepare plans pertinent to the districts ad When this is com pleted the 2 boards will During the County Linton via tele talked with Gintz on the law governing the transfer of territory out of a city school Section of the Ohio Re vised Code specifies that the State Board of Education must hold a public hearing on any transfer and then only in even number New Philadelphia board mem bers have inferred they would favor the transfer of fringe areas in the Stone Creek Dis trict to either New comerstown or Southern the law would pro hibit any such transfer until after According to this restriction applies only to city board Even with a the state board has the right to reject the This section does not apply to any county board such as the one being contem plated for residents in the Pleasant Valley and 7 Mile area to the New Philadelphia District from the Goshen Local The same section could apply to any fringe area transfers in the Rush Local District if and when the county board acts on a request to transfer the entire district to the new Twin City Atteadlag leal nights Mwur devoted primarily to discussion of the was Gene Hawkins of RD Stone Hawkins represents group opposing the New Philadelphia His basic and ha is receiving support from Board Member Vie is that voters were rushed into ing a hasty for which they were not properly inform ed of all He also contends that all pos sibilities for the benefit of Stone CreekJefferson School District See STONE Page 11 LBJ Pledges Close Ties With Mexico JOHNSON AP President pledging to take up arms with Mexico in fighting hunger and pressed ahead today with final talks with Mexicos Presidentelect Gustavo Diaz Diaz himself a land slide election victor who will be inaugurated 1 as the Mexi can chief was wind ing up a 27hour stay at the Johnson Diaz Ordaz was to return with his wife to Mexico City after another formal session with Johnson and a private The order of the day was not confined wholly to There was the inevita ble tour of the American Presi dents 400 with Johnson as the enthusisatic In welcoming Diaz Ordaz Thursday Johnson said We are meeting here to talk together and to work to and to take up arms to gether against the ancient ene mies of mankind disease and poverty and hunger and igno Diaz Ordaz responded by say ing I am here to seal a friend ship with a warm handshake with President Johnson from me and the Mexican and See Page I Beaverdam Aid Is Unlikely Soon Federal assistance for the Beaverdam Creek under Public Law will not be available for probably at least 3 years and possibly not until 7 years or if Federal aid is granted and a floodcontrol program established for the the district would have to bear anywhere From 23 to 47 per cent of the initial costs and property owners would be assessed individually for payment These facts were revealed yesterday at a public hearing conducted by a reviewing team from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources on the ap plication for federal aid made to the Ohio Water Commission by a steering committee repre senting Beaverdam Creek Wa tershed Th steering committee is now made up of officials of the Tuscarawas Soil and Water Conservation the Mus kingum Watershed Conservancy Districtand Tuscarawas Coun ty Last July 13 a public meeting of Beaverdam Creek residents and property owners was held with interested local They decided to make applica tion for government using official surveys and stud ies of flood conditions in the Watershed and the damage estimates of flood losses submitted by residents in the Yesterdays 90minute hear held in New Philadelphia City Council was to determine whether the applica tion for federal aid should be passed on for approval to the Ohio Water the designated state agent for small watershed Comprising the reviewing team from the Ohio Departmen of Natural Resources were Charles water division land and soil di vision Burl forestry di vision John wildlife di and Arnold Kleinhenz state enginer for the Soi Conservation Earlier hi the the team checked first hand on the pro blems in the watershed district See Page C Whereabouts Of Chalky Is Puzzler By Pete Groh Daily Reporter Staff Writer Where is Chalky His real name is Charles Me a wellliked gentleman of 79 years who went to the County Infirmary last March 14 after spending his en tire life in Twentythree days after enter ing the he disappeared and has never been found or heard The mystery surrounding his disappearance 6 months ago has been a puzzle for lawmen and relatives Chalky told no one he was No one saw him And no one has seen him Deputies and on horseback and in air have combed and re combed the area adjacent to the home without He couldnt have walked very said Arthur Randall of the He was Typical Boy Despite Unusual Handicaps ly DAN MCNUITY ELMWOOD AP Bruce Gongola plays the trombone and makes model ears He is a guard on the Elmwood Park High School freshman football aad he plans to try out for is a typical boy ex cept he has no fingers and has onjjr one toe OB each The MMMHp wW w JWW tr U tie his Its very importaet to ir educatioa sod try Oese Brwee sail Handicapped Children in Chica After three years his par enis transferred tym to Rhodes a regular public school in River a suburb of Chi IA the fourth grade Bruce be gan playing the slide Ha manipulates it with his wrists and now is a member of the Elrawood Ptrk High Bruce very strongly deter mined to do his HHW IHTIJ lit at Iftf AsMM iaV id If always finds Wlei he was three she dropBed Denny oi the fleer te ate whcth moistened his hands and picked it Bruce is the oldest of four boys and the only one with a He wants to go to col lege but hasnt decided what he wails to do Gongola quid Bruce maintains a good academic tor at a camp for handicapped children during tie UI m I aadi yHtool His is a former fepjfc Mi amnUj at Hwwd sure he would be found near jere Randall continued that Chalky was there at midnight on the night of April but dis appeared between then and breakfast MORE He was very quiet and did nt associate too she We were afraid he might walk noting he had pre viously walked out of a nursing But he didnt even go the day of his said We had no idea at all what hap Coming Saturday In addition to the usual well diversified coverage on the Do verNew Philadelphia scholastic football Saturdays Dai ly Reporter will feature ReiBlold Krieg of Dover in Wonderful Lite Otto Haager ol Sugar creek in Culiwy Corner Photo finishes That Made fie Weak That Was Cee4 SUJBV To And the latest to iijternatjojul pbii tie finest in am sporu Horoscopes Say which embraces those born tween 22 and and which includes those arrivals between 24 and will be put to the test to night when Dover Highs Tornadoes and New Philadelphias Quakers meet for the 60th time in Quaker Unfder those Zodiac signs are Coa Dick Raines of Dover and AI Christopher of New Heres the outlook f or born 19 Consider new methods and but dont overcommit your a temptation Utilize advantages wisely keep working toward your highest ambi The outlook involving born 9 Study reasons for existing Concentrate on significant issues without neglecting minor A good period for tackling jobs that require patience and a steady Viet Cong Guerrillas Capitalize In 10 FloodRavaged Provinces lened to We hunted in the corn cribs and around the grounds before calling authori Since his disappearance there have been 2 social security checks mailed to the Randall Weve re urned He promised he wouldnt she A Greenwalt of said Chalky was real happy there at the There is something awfully wrong on the whole situation was not able to walk any Greenwalt continued that he See Page I 300 Elementary Pupils Take Part h Music Clinic Approximately 300 county el ementary school students at ended the annual music clinic n Strasburt High this morn Ninety selected students par ticipated in the special Festival directed by Anson guest Al though no ratings were each of the 10 schools partic ipating presented a 10rainute performance for Russells comments and County Music Supervisor James Baker reported the clin ic proceeded with no schedule delays and showed departments were their high Sfhflojjs the music Viet Nam AP Communist Viet Cong1 capitalizing on the floods that have laid waste to 10 are reported moving openly from the mountains into the crippled valley villages of central Viet Refugees from the flood told Vietnamese authorities they had been accosted by Viet Cong men and forced to tear up their identity Widespread elimination of the papers would help the Communists to move with comparative freedom through the disrupted Reliable sources said today the refugees disclosed the Viet Cong movements during interviews in government relief compounds in the coastal resort of Nhatrang and at Quinhon Despite the which have drowned more than persons and wrecked students in staged new antigovernment demonstrations Shouting demands for the end of Premier Tran Van hundred students shoved through police ranks and assembled before the central About persons gathered to shout down with communism and The Saigon government the flooded Communications are disrupted and highways and railroad washed away in an era the of New This flood has hurt munications more than VIET Page I Youths Lose After Finley Re Juvenile Judge Ralph Finley today criticized police for trapring drivers and charging hem with speeding Finley took driver licenses rom 2 youths whose cases he had taken under advisement at a hearing The judge told Thomas of 739 4th New he had given him every benefit of a doubt with regard to a charge by Dover Finley said he is irritated over the fact that police hide themselves in an effort to catch drivers breaking traffic He pointed out that since there is no speed limit set by Ohio each traffic arrest involving speeding must be determined by the circumstances ol each The judge informed Kline he personally bad checked the 35mileperhour area on Wooster where Kline had been clocked by radar at miles nAw Wrkiiw UA amMKAfl urittft ips Police that such speed was Improper in that The judge then suspended license for 6 told bun to pay the costs and warned him not to cone back into court Arthur of RD lost bis license for 4 weeks on a charge of disregarding a stop Finley also had taken Brickmans case under after the youth told the court be was employed at the Junction Truck north of and the education of a sister depended upon hif Today the judge first ered taking the youths ttcenM for a longer period of M allowing him to drive back ajl forth to work on certain dayi of the told the judge to would prefer losing the license far thf etuutar nantui flf PAY MIGHTENtt It took the early settlers months to cross the country With todays thats still good participating were was Sa Stooe Warwick School Officials Laud1 Both Dover High Em met RUey and New Philadel phia Leon with the Tornado Quaker just a few lours lad praise for sftmjjMrt clash away bodies and townspeople for keep pregame Mjinfe to a JCTHIBl There reportedly were a lew Iwrot majking bonfires as piegame enthusi asm moved toward a fever pitch at the respective schools last But outside of hoty su perintendents and police forces of the 2 towns reported all ed to RUey said this morning I think tie behavior has shows more responsibility on tie part of aji coccsmat We an with iJinks the general both 01 tie student todies and Mlt and the general Force foltewedJuil same when he told The Daily Reporter Were real pleased art Up it Wf cause this sam aj p   

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