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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1964, Dover, Ohio Posf Office Pony To Take Same Trail I The old Did you ever tate at the patch your postman wears on the left shoulder of Ms uniform It shows a Pony Express rider headed in the direction opposite to that of the mail carriergo ing that at a Post Office Christ mas party in Postmaster General John Oron ouski got a surprise pic lure of a horse with a head at both Because of complaints from postal employes and private cit izens over the past years about the wrongway Gron ouski ordered that patches will be changed as of with the postman and the rider on the patch going the game Ill jttt II MM 19 his order the Postmaster Gen eral1 office was deluged with other taking why a taxpayer must pay the extra hist to change the direc tion of the horse that has been headed the wrong way for Now Gronmwki has assured the public it will not bear the additional expense of chant Rumor has that cents will be taken from the postmens uniform ance to cover the cost more forwardlooking Pony Express Someone suggested Just changing the patches from the left to the right shoulder of the Heaven say post office That would mean changing regulations which order the patch to be worn on the left Ike new shoulder tabs are part of the new postal employes shirts made of dura attractive which will be Issued as of next The insignia will be in 2 maroon and with white embroidered so the postal orders with the backward patches may be worn after until they are no longer ser But the facefor ward tabs may be purchased separately or attached to a new T1le New Someone From The Reporter Is Working For You 24 Hours A Day THE DAILY REPORTER VOL 24 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew December 1964 PHONE 42167 HOME EDITION NOW READ BY FAMILIES 7 CENTS Weather Woes Mount On Coast Snows Block Main Highway Floods Surge By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Huge snow slides closed the main eastwest route from Seat tle across the Cascade Moun tains today as storms continued to thunder down the West Coast from California to The snow slides spilled down on the fourlane Snoqualmie Pass Highway near North but no one was The believed to have been caused by a warm hit on both sides of the foot sum EFFECTIVE DATE JUNE Stone Creek Accepted Into Phila School Setup State Highway Department crews cleared several smaller slides west of the Whole gale warnings were up as winds of 60 miles an hour hit coastal sections of Fifty families near Portland were forced to leave their homes as rain and strong winds lashed that In the floodstricken Eeel Ri ver Valley section in Northern more than per sons were evacuated from their homes as heavy rains fell through the measured more than 4 inches of rain in 24 Three inches of additional See WEST 2 New Philadelphias Board of Education last night voted unan imously to accept Stone Creek School District into its Effective date for the annex ation is June The decision was only a mat ter ot procedural sealing weeks of intense study ing both the pros and cons of all issues It came despite a lastminute request by the New Philadelphia Education urging the board to delay its Motion for as rec ommended by Leon was made by Earl Olmstead and capped a 2hour Ed Stone Creek Board of Education who at commented on the deci sion following the I think I can speak for 4 board Lorenz in saying that we are Naturally we hate to give up our We wanted to keep our school as long as we pos I sibly could because this is the center of our But cil it just wasnt possible as evi denced by other consolidations in the Inasmuch as this appeared to be our only we felt that New Philadelphia offered us the best Ralph Ken Gasser and Vic members of Stone Creeks also at an opponent of the disputed a report made by the Citizens Advisory Coun to the New Philadelphia Board concerning the annexa saying There are quite a few por tions I would take exception I havent found anyone yet in Stone Creek they talked with and I question the authenticity of the He was advised by Board President William Gowan to contact the Gowan add See STONE 11 New Philadelphia Firefighter Jim Francis surveys the damage in the kitchen of the burnedout Russell Hobart home near Commissioners OK Regulations For Subdivision Blaze Guts Home Of Goshen Family Dover To Share Health Assessment For H alf Year Proposed county subdivision regulations came closer to real ity today with the approval of the County Commissioners con cerning the regulation in so far as they applied to drain age and other The commissioners voted their approval following a 90 minute public hearing on the proposed The next and probably final step in the adoption of the reg ulations will be another public hearing conducted by the Re gional Planning Commission af ter 30 days legal Burton RFC indicated today he would pro ceed with the advertising of the hearing as soon as Todays hearing consisted of a simple line by line and page by page review of recommend ed changes within the already See 16 The Christmas tree 4s still standing at the Russell Hobart home near but there wont be much Yule spirit this about 6 this raced through the gutting 4 rooms and heavily damaging the remainder of the 2story frame who found the blaze after smelling was able to reach his sleeping family up stairs and lead them to According to Ho bart grabbed a 5monthold and wrap ped her in a blanket before car rying her out of the inferno of His Ruth fol lowed with a 3yearold running in bare went to the home of Paul also on Township Road shouting Our house is on fire Our house is on The awakened by the called New Philadel phia Goshen Local Tax Is Reduced The 4mill additional levy ap proved in the 3 election for the Goshen Local School District will be removed from the 1964 tax The County Budget Commis sion made the decision yester day after requesting Prosecu tor Harlan a commission to prepare an opinion supporting the For taxpayers within the Go shen Local School this will mean a reduction of in taxes for every The Commission acted upon the request of the Goshen Lo cal School District Board of Ed ucation after it passed a resolu tion approving the reduction in the tax rate already specified The Dover Board of Educa by a 32 approved an assessment of 50 cents per pupil requested by the County Health Department to continue school health The action came after 2 hours of ranging from the legal responsibilities of the Health Department to the existing county The resolution states that the Dover Board will pay 50 cents per pupil per year for half a total of It emphasizes that the as sessment is for the period of 1 to June 30 One board member termed the as a contribution to perpetuate a confused situa It was maintained that Dover citizens already are paying for health services and the as sessment is further taxation through the Dover School Board after county residents turned down additional operating mon ey at the gen eral Although the majority of the board members objected to the Health Boards ultimatum is sued in November that unless the assessment was made school health services would be a majority also felt that Dovers school children were entitled to a basic health pro The County Health Depart ment nurses were lauded for their interest and devotion to the school health but verbal blasts were leveled at the administrative fum bling of a 2tenths mill levy which was to have been on the ballot and the blackjack Emmet Riley touched off the discussion by relating the events of a meeting attend ed by Himself Mario See SHARE 11 Decision Due This Afternoon In Sales Cases Health Board Pares 65 Budget Additional Cuts May Lie Ahead They were lucky to get out of Mehok said this See Phila Jailed In Assault Larry of RD New Monday was found guilty by Strasburg May or John Studer of assault and battery and was sentenced to 3 days in County Jail and fined a parole was charged in the Friday assault of 18yearold Gary McCoy of 239 6th just outside Strasburg The McCoy boy Was knocked Charges were filed by the youths fa Dover Council OKs 2 Statutes Dover Council transacted its i ing to petitioner William Ma by the Commission and placed upon the tax statements which See 2 A 1965 operating budget of pared down from was proposed by the Coun ty Health Department to the County Budget Commission at yesterdays 90minute Beofer certification is further paring may be necessary in light of action tak en by school boards in the coun ty on a request for a 50cent per pupil Board Health Commissioner Leslie Law rence and Deputy Commission er Vivian Stewart met with Budget Commission members yesterday in an effort to iron out the health districts finan cial Included in its receipts was an which it hopes to receive in an assessment on pupils in schools ser final legislation of the first half in its 196465 term Monday suspending rules to ap prove 2 both follow ing service committee recom One a 3year contract with Dover Township renewing fire protection to that was vitally It replaced another pact which expired last One change was made in the fire protection city and township officials agreeing on a hike from to per The other ordinance vacated DAY MIGHTENEI A bachelors wish for Christ inas Bios tii of the alley running in a general northsouth dlrectfcM between Broadway on Uw north and a point 102 bit north of the north line of Regent behind Wiimar H fe accord will permit the construc tion of a planned addition on the west of the present Marino will establish and maintain a private open to the between Broad way and The remainder of the 60min ute session was devoted to rou tine Council also accepted anoth er service committee recom mendation that a test smoke control unit be installed in Me morial with a ap propriation to be earmarked for that purpose in the 1995 Marsh Wall Products will loan a blower and motor for the an initial effort toward smoke Yule Lights Jump Power Out put At Dover Light Plant With the advent of the Yule Christmas tree lights and the wholesale appearance of a multitude of decorations throughout the Municipal Light Plant is registering rec ord peak Paul Wiegand reported this morning a newrecord was established Monday for a 24 hour period ending at midnight in which there was a kilowatt Peak load during the period was as compared with a nor mal load of around in explaining that this is a general trend for this period of the pointed out that the 24hour load is far be low the plants total capacity of No Decision Reached On Phila Pay Status Members of New Philadel phias administration and City Council spent 4 inconclusive hours last night trying to pare approximately from pro posed 1965 appropriations for departments controlled by mon ey from the general The main with no final action was to in clude pay raises for all city em ranging from to and still keep the over all appropriations for the gen acture of the status of the gen ral The general fund will end the fear with a deficit which will immediately reduce the figure certified by the lounty Budget Commission as A cemetery commmitteg re indicating several chang es in Clustery Rules and Rates for burials ia all city eral fund del within an estimated There will be no formal ac tion taken here Coun cil President William Hinig an nounced at the outset of what turned out to be an informal with the discussion fre quently disgressing to subjects somewhat divorced from budg first hour was spent in an airclearigg exchange be Mayor Joe Hinig City Solicitor Donald Zimmer man and White Auditor Charlotte with cliear Mayor Joseph Pritz this morning announced that a mis calculation had been made at last nights budget meeting with City Council and that the general fund will face it at the end of the year instead of the the estimated revenue for From the must be subtracted to cover known liabilities against the general This total in cludes the following Park and recreation levy vot ed workmens compensation election costs contingency fund viced by the health The sum will be used to re store voluntary pay cuts taken by staff members at the begin ning of this calendar provide additional necessary op erating Cause of the search for ad ditional revenue from schools was the result of a health board request for a 2tenths mill levy to provide additional funds being mysteriously mislaid and never going before the voters last In the move for school as health officials point out the 50cent fee would con tinue for only a year and until the levy can be presented to voters next the board anti cipates total receipts of and expenditures of approxi mately less than At the conclusion of yester days Health Board members approved the budget as It will now be Decisions in 3 cases where Dover merchants are charged with illegal Sunday Sales under Ohios Blue Law were to be announced this afternoon by Northern District Court Judge Charles The whose cases were heard in Judge Eckerts court are Clair manager of Gray Drug Store in Miracle Lane Plaza Robert owner of The Hobby in Miracle Lane Plaza Fannie pres ident of Marlowe Drug lo cated on 131 3rd in downtown Briefs requested by Eckert at the time of the hearings from Prosecutor Harlan Spies and Paul counsel for both McCord and were received Monday after noon Eckert stated this morn Richard rep resenting sub mitted his brief He has 24 hours to make his See 2 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 34 Low 24 Elsewhere In High Lew Pr clear cloudy cloudy Los fog New cloudy cloudy fog San rain clear si 27 40 32 36 29 67 75 33 32 50 63 50 65 30 25 27 59 37 29 typed in finalized form and sub See HEALTH 11 Phila Auto S I Is Treated11 The automobile of John Wallace of RD New Phila literally was hijack ed last night while parked at Bouevard Thieves jacked up the rear of the stealing the left tire and 2 hubcaps and 10 wheel The wheel nuts on the right rear accord ing to were also remov TODAY 7 32 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW High 34 Low 28 Forecast Mostly ON THE INSIOk Dear Abby Your Horoscope Around The World Goren On Bridge Obituaries Television Gosben Township fire ed but tie tire was not contract money to firemens It was estimated the theft took NO f J between and 8 si Womens U Crane AJyarej
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