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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Iff Not Too Ovtr 400 Man Houn Art EachDay To Product tht fttporttr flit PORTER HOMI IDfTION 36 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County PowNew November MOW MADiY FAMIUIS PHONE 42167 1 CENTS 25 Cents An Hour Seek Pay oyes Hike DENNISON A tetter dated 11 was presented to Coun cil last formally request Ing a 25cent hourly pay in crease for all Village plus a clothing allowance for police and The signed by all em was presented by po licemen George Cottrell and Gene McClnsky and Fire Chief Harold At the present the po lice and fire chief are paid for a 48hour 6day As sistants receive and the firemen and patrolmen get Albert street com is paid an hour for an 6day with other street department employ es receiving per Cottrell told the members that during the John Gold admin istration the clothing allowance was dropped for a a month increase and since that time of ficers have had to pay for all of their He stated that it cost a policeman Joe who presented a summary of uniform allowances for Cadiz and said this makes Dennison look pretty He went on to say that is not going to alleviate any problems but it will pro vide Martin then moved that Council okay the clothing al but Murphy said the matter should be tam ed over to the finance tee for further Although none of the men voiced opposition to the John Dooling said that he did not know how it be fit into the ftodget since it is pretty well depleted now because the men have been working 7 a week and See Page IS RIVER Taking advantage of the un seaionably mild construction crews on the first leg of the Route 2508 New Philadel phia bypass are working full speed ahead to get as much completed before winter sets The 4lane limited access highway is now 9 per cent complete and ahead of schedule for the opening Shown tread ing the Tuscarawas River is Lloyd Everett of New carpenter foreman of Vaughn Construction of This shot was taken of the bridge spans over the river near the New Philadelphia Everett is riding the crane which moves the steel girders to the bridge Baltes of Norwalk is general contractor for the which runs from Green Gables Interchange of Interstate through the South side to Wills just west of the Twilight DriveIn MODERATE RAINS HIT MIDWEST New England Remains Dry CHICAGO AP Moderate precipitation dampened the dry Midwest but barren New England remained in the grip of its most prolonged drought in The water shortagelib the New England areas became more Officials feared the supply would be depleted within The situation was different in where light rains continued after downpours which caused floods in several Hearing Set For Markos Hearing on the motion to dis charge George of 2001 Wooster from probation has been set for 9 4 by Common Pleas Judge Markos attorneys filed the motion on asking for his complete He was sen tenced in 1961 to 2 consecutive terms of 1 to 10 years for the bribery of the late Mayor Clif ford Froelich after a highlypub licized In Markos sentence was commuted by Michael Di Salle and he was placed on Hoover Mourning Ends Today concludes a 30day mourning period decreed by President Johnson upon the death of former President Her bert Flags which have been flying at halfstaff since then now may be raised to their normal Intermittent rains which be gan over the weekend continued in the eastern Kansas and adjacent The rains eased a record autumn siege of hot Colder temperatures brought locally heavy snow to most of the heaviest around Lake and Lake The snow was expected in Detroit A thin blanket of snow cov ered sections of northern Indi ana Tuesday Rain continued to fall on parched ru ral It was the first sub stantial precipitation in Indiana in more than a Pasture conditions improved somewhat in Illinois due to weekend The drought contlnned almost unabated in New England where the Department of Agriculture says the worst pas ture conditions in the nation ex Crop losses are expected to reach No drought relief is sighted in Connecticut where the states woodlands and brushlands have been banning all hunting and fishing in these New York State received some snow flurries along with a wave of cold Woods in 45 counties are still closed because DAY BRIGHTENER Adolescence boys life when he notices that a girl notices that hes noticing of the fire hazard the states six monthlong drought has Many communities are low on water and are using emergency Waters receded in north Okla homa despite light The Chikaskia which over flowed Tuesday and drove scores of families from their was back in its banks in most both Ponca City and Tonkawa were braced for a rise in the Arkan sas River from steady Subzero temperatures and heavy snows hit the northern mountains of Arizona Weathervane YESTERDAY High 53 Low 31 Elsewhere In High Low cloudy 57 44 cloudy 48 35 T clear 49 31 Los clear 49 39 clear 81 69 New clear 52 45 clear 53 35 cloudy 48 40 San clear 56 51 clear 65 48 TODAY 7 31 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW High 48 Low 40 Forecast oc casional light Survey Shows Ample Finances Lacking For Most Rural Churches Editors Note This is anoth er in a series of articles en a nurvey ef rural churches In TMS Harrison and Gutnuey eennUes codiet ed by UM Neher and Jehn Mttehett ef State Unver litys ef Agrknl fwv and Rwn jehnUidtn paly Btfttrier Staff Writer Do members and nonmem hers of a church give it ample support The survey showed that well over atf ifl each category gives than t2 and a give wore than H W MWiary even to Uht ol tower than av The report concluded that congregations of the study areas are not well supported fi which is in part due to the economic level of the The study produced evidence that Tuscarawas Countians in Franklin and Lawrence Township either at tend Sunday School in more than 79 per cent of the time or not at all Attendance at serv ices each week weft reported by per cent of the fftftgryga ty and the I County Tuscarawas more than 54 per the the survey included the do some people in your community not go to church The most frequent reasons given were lack of interest and no time be cause of work and do not lite the Dont tike the people ranked second behind inter est in both areas in Tuscara The studys major point on ttte question was people are aware that church programs do not create enough interest to make them wawt to become ac tively Another point was the youeg er nwwtefs of a win fen oMgregatiojM would merge witi Defense Reorganization Set In County DENNISON Mayor Donald the countys Civil De fense with Lerqy CD field director for the 3hio Adjutant Generals office in to lay the ground work for reorganizing the coun ty Approximately 75 shelters are posted in the county by the orps of but not one is equipped to supply either food or Huston A shelter for 50 costs to stock and each shelter must be It is the responsibility of the elected officials of each village and city in the to see that shelters are he If the surplus is available and the county is it is pos sible for the federal government to aid on a 5050 basis for equip ment Huston said that he plans to meet with an interested indi concerning holding class es on the in the var ious Classes are limited to between 18 and 25 with the instructor receiving his instructions from IN SAIGON Ruins Restaurant At Airport South Viet Nam AP A terrorists bomb de molished a restaurant at the Saigon airport wounding 18 Americans and at least four One American Air Force offi cer was badly He was sitting outside the restaurant In a bus when concrete fragments smashed into The other injured Americans were 11 three Army men and three First reports indicated they were in the area of the restau not in the and were only slightly The explosion virtually lev eled the Air Viet Nam restau rant situated a few buildings from hangars containing Air Force American and Vietnamese security men at first thought the airport was under a Communisi mortar attack similar to that which killed four Americans and wounded 72 at the Bien Hoa See Page 2 Rubbish Pickup Schedule Changed Due to the Thanksgiving Day Dover Service Director Ream today issued a re vised rubbish pickup schedule for next Rubbish pickup crews will not work Thanksgiv ing The schedule is as follows Monday Wooster and Un ion to east limits Tues day Wooster and Union to west limits Wednes day Front and south side of 2nd to river Friday North side of 2nd and south side of 3rd Ever green 4th In dian Meadows and Parkview Saturday Dundee Area Farmer Gets 1964 Award Lewis Kloha of RD was named farmer of the year and 3 area men were elected supervisors at the 21st annual meeting of the County Soil and Water Conservation District last night in York Kloha received the annual Goodyear Tire and Rubber award for outstanding work and conservation practices in Eicher of New Philadel Goodyear presented the Elected supervisors for the district were Chester Mizer of See Page 13 Hot Voconcta Several vacancies remain to the Dale Carnegie Course class which will meet at IH DOVER MAN Andrew of 618 Race was taken to Union Hospital yesterday after this DoverNew Philadelphia Laundry truck he was driving overturned on Township Road 384 Red He was treated for a bruised left shoulder and leg and finger Laundry gift calendars and clothes were strewn on the ground after the vehicle overturned and then came to rest on its State patrolmen said Spear lost control when the vehicle dropped off the rfght side of the No citation was Mayors To Weigh County Jail Fee The Tuscarawas County May ors will meet Tuesday at in the Dover City Council Chambers for the pur pose of discussing possible changes in the rates now ed villages and cities for hous ing inmates in the County Planning to attend the meet big are the Prosecutor Harlan Spies and Sheriff Crews Ready For Wintry Blast Whenever the weather decides o take a turn for the tover city crews are prepared to tackle any condition that might Plans for snow map ped out last week during a meeting of Service Director Ream and Mayor LeMoyne have been Ream indicated this slight deviations may be made from the prepared schedule depending on varying in the Surety Savings Loan i to with an THI IMSReshuffling by the new Soviet leaders elevates Alexander Shtlepin left to full mem bership on the powerful was formerly ousted Nikita Khrushchevs secret police Pyotr Demichev middle becomes a Presidium Pytor Khrushchevs deputy in the also gains Ml Presidium Frol Mt Alexei from Central is U who was of All residential area sidewalks will be including In dian Parkview and into a new home on Park dale and all tide streets east of Wooster from 21st St to the The city grader will be em ployed at the ver Avenue Disposal Municipal Light 4th parking dump City Park road to skating and the road to the tttt station at City Being covered by city plow trucks will be Woofer and Iron and Un ion Tuscanwas poration line to corporation Front Tuscarawaa to east corporation Johnson and Front to corporation UM on Page 1 ON THE INSIDE Dear Abby Your Around The World Goren On Bridge Obituaries Television Sports Womens Pages t i 2 Crane Alvarez II 10 11417 IS Torch Or Warren Report On the eve of the anniversary of the assassination of President John we would like to remind you that you can stai order copies of the two basic hooks on the First is The Torch is commission appointed by Presi dent Johnson to investigate tht Another hard cover it costs only Thousands of these hooka an being ordered every issued by this news paper and The Associated Press early in the and ing dramatically in words pictures the slaying and Us im mediate Nearly four Pillion copies have been distrib uted to a truly remartabje total It leils for Tte mmA book is the AFs tf The Warren VRML on haying lor at their children A dUMflN toricai record of aa a event cfeM It tfcm To obtain eepy of send tt to Box For the The   

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