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   Weekend Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - October 1, 1966, Dover, Ohio                                Tornadoes Prove Truth in Page 13 TOSCARAWAS COUNTIANS REACH FIRST FOR THE COLORFUL NEWSPAPER Weekend DAILY REPORTER 7 Largest1 Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover New October 1966 24 Visitors BOMBERS RESUME DUAL By ROBERT TUCKMAN South Viol Nam AP B52 bombers pounded Communist troops in South Viet Nam with two raids today for a second consecutive day of double One of the raids hit at North Vietnamese infiltration routes just south of the demilitarized zone where American Marines are fighting North Vietnamese forces in Operation This is the area hit by the two B52 raids The latest at midnight CURIOSITY AROUSED struck 20 miles west of Dong The other Straloforl raid came at noon The long range bombers hit at Commu nist troop headquarters and supply areas 40 miles northwest of the coastal city of Qui The heavy strike was in sup port of 1st Airmo Division troops in Opera tion Ground action across South Viet Nam was reported small and scattered once The only sizeable contacts were made in the two operations near the B52 Over North Viet bombers kept up their crippling pressure Pilots flew 143 bombing missions against oil missile sites and trans portation facilities in the Hanoi Haiphong areas and the south ern The in a de layed announced one American plane was shot down Thursday night during raids See Page Experiment Drops Grades By KAY WILLIAMS A accompanying her 6yearold to school when class es opened asked a teacher where the 1st Grade classrooms were There are no 1st she was This was on introduction to the nongracled one of several experimentation pro grams introduced in Dover pub lic Initiated this year for kinder garten through 2nd Grade at East and South the program has aroused great curiosity and some confusion among In order to discuss the pro a new set of terms must be Instead of grades 1 or for a child is designated as a P Primary 1 formerly P2 1st or P3 2nd grade The numeral does not indi cate a but the num ber of years a child has been in a beginning in his first year of edu is a There will be no grades of the B or C The chil drens1 work papers will be marked as check ed as or by written comments on the Report cards will be marked S satis NI needs improve or I improvement has been Informed of these many parents are inclined to re spond All but why Teachers and school officials close to the program feel the major advantage is that chil dren will be able to learn at their own according to their own without ad ditional pressures often from parents to compete with other children for top Careful selection is done in or der to place the children in the Pl students are di vided according to birth so that those who are barely 5 at the beginning of the school term will all be in the same Those who are nearly 6 will be in a different On the P2 and P3 the students were tested last spring in kindergarten and 1st Grade classes for general ability and reading progress or reading Contrary to the impression held by many most classes are not a mixture of See Page AT SWISS FESTIVAL INEZ POSES FOR FLORI AP Hurri cane sucking new power into her system from the tepid waters of the lashed and tore at Cuba again today and once more Floridians fol lowed the killer storms erratic course with Just when forecasters were considering the all clear sign for Inez crossed them up during the night with a west ward turn that brought all of Communist Cuba in range of her howling winds and torren tial as Prime Minister Fidel Castro glumly watched an eco nomic disaster develop in his already tottering Inez became again a definite menace to the With more than 100 dead in her wake and possibly many Inez screamed out of the southeast into Cubas eastern most Oriente Province battering that agriculturally rich area with wind gusts up to 138 miles an The Weather Bureau thought then she would veer come off the island into the then hammer the cen tral Bahamas on a track that would keep her clear of But Inez never got to Cubas north she thrashed to westnorthwest back into the Caribbean and howled along the south edge of the is land on a snakelike course that is expected to bring her close to Havana late The 8 Weather Bureau bulletin estimated the location of the eye 200 miles southeast See Page CANTONIAN IS KEYNOTER UF Kickoff Set Wednesday ELIZABETH ARNOLD Norman Jackson of Canton will be guest speaker at the Do verNew Philadelphia United Community Fund kickoff lunch eon Wednesday at noon in Un ion Country The dutchtreat dinner is open to all United Fund campaign who will be out to top a who was 1963 VF campaign chairman in was recently presented the Na tional Electrical Manufacturers award for community A member of the United Fund board of trustees and vice presi dent of the Canton Welfare Fed he was named Can i i i i ueen s Awes Phila Girl Eric star of the Rawhide television se drowned Friday in the Tin go Maria area of The canoe he was using filled with water and sank in the Huallaga He was making a jungle DAY BRIGHTENER People who are too proud to beg and too honest to steal can still borrow and forget to Elizabeth Arnold is the new Swiss Festival The honeyhaired New Philadelphia High junior cried last night when she heard her name an nounced as that of the festival Her first words after the judges decision was made public were I want my Elizabeth is the daughter of and William Arnold of 759 Oak New I didnt think it was It just couldnt be she commented on her Active in high she is a class belongs to Pep Club and is a member of the She plays guitar and piano and loves to A mem ber of First United Church of she also is active in its Youth Fellow Elizabeth entered the Sugarcreek community hall for the final announce ment at She was the middle girl in a slate of 22 hopeful The crown was placed on her head by Gloria Jaberg of Sugar 1965 festival What will Elizabeth do with her prize money I hope to visit my cousin in Switz He owns a chalet there and I would like to spend the summer work ing for What better way is there to use this money See Page ton Jaycees Young Man of the Year a few years Over the years he has served as a member of the United Fund budgeting and planning committees and in a variety of responsible campaign positions which culminated in his appoint ment as campaign At present he is serving as team captain in the industrial division at Warren publicity di rector for the local said today that 5 major agen cies of the federal government and leaders of the United Com munity Funds and Councils of America at a meeting in Wash agreed that both govern mental and voluntary activity is needed in the In a national effort to eli minate social ills and to pro mote human wellbeing the fol lowing government men signed a statement of consensus ask ing government and voluntary agencies to join forces for so cial welfare objectives Secretary of Commerce John 11 IW IP MI i T u i riiip Wr Secretary of Labor Willard Secretary of Education and Welfare John Secretary of Housing and Urban Develop See Page NORMAN JACKSON Educator Does Tentative OK caucaror uoes officials Hope Given New Pact TheUnexpected For Improved By NORM SINGLETON Q What is the minimum wage for rest home employes in Tuscarawas Comity Where could I write for information about this Newcomerstown A Rest nursing homes and not only in Tuscarawas but throughout are among those in stitutions exempt from the minimum wage Although it isnt known for certain at this that may be altered with a new federallyset minimum wage Information on any wage problems can be obtained by writing Hours and Public 213 Bryson 700 Bryden At Q could you find out who erects the shelters for chil dren waiting for the school bus in various We need one Zoar A Some of them were erected several years ago with permission from the county superintendent Tby an advertising Officials of Shenango Penn and United Steel Workers Local 6968 reached a tentative agree ment at this fol lowing a nearly 24hour nego tiating session in Reeves Motor The which is ex pected to be ratified by union members next averted a strike following the previous contracts expiration at mid Plant Manager Lewis Polen said maintenance crews are on the job today and shifts will report to work Contract details will be an nounced following the union rat he Killed in Viet Nam WASHINGTON AP Army men from Dayton and were listed by the defense Department Fri agency as a gimmick for outdoor The county office day as fatalities in the Viet Nam no longer has a record of the firms if you wish longer to pursue the you might contact a local lumber firm and try to induce it to erect It would also be a commendable community project for a service or boostertype See HOT Page Larry Galloway of Cincinnati and 4 William Masters were killed in act ion and James Har grove of Dayton died of Ohio AP Miami Universitys Phillip Shriver is one man who wont let being a college president stand in the way of a teaching who became Miamis 17th president in is teaching an evening course in the history of a change of pace from the desk work and the stream of problems and the committee meetings that dominate a presidents he said the other I get the kind of lift out of this that a lot of men get out of or out of time spent on a The 44yearold Cleveland native started teaching history at Kent State University in 1947 and con tinued teaching as he moved upward on the aca demic He became dean of the College of Arts and Science at Kent State a year before coming to which has a total enrollment of about The university catalog does not specify who the Shriver teaching History 261 would be and some of the students had the surprise of their tri mester when they found Shriver himself does not think the students are selfconscious about their professor any One a junior history called Shriver the best lecturer Ive ever He speaks at about the right pace to let you take notes and he speaks distinctly yet sometimes you get so wrapped up in what hes saying that you forget to take Weather By DORSEY Yesterdays downpour and to days clouds have hurt attend ance at the Ohio Swiss Festival at Festival officials are that a clearing trend promised by the weatherman for today will boost attendance at the 2day Highlight of this afternoons program will be the annual parade at to include antique cars and Queen of Queens con Crowning of the Queen of Queens is scheduled at Also on the agenda are a schwingfest at steinstossen at 5 and the Herman Eggimen Troupe at Musical entertain ment will continue through Con rad Ostertag final show at Activities began at 9 this morning when Whitey Beechy reviewed yesterdays proceedings and outlined to days The Caballaros of Cleveland a drill exhibition at JO See Page Tipton Named Uhrichsville Service Head UHRICHSVILLE The ap pointment of Al of 913 Main as city service was made this morn ing by Mayor Robert Tip a replaces Francis Dina Fox who resign Married to the former Lo Vera Heston of Tipton is a 1929 graduate of Uhrichsville High and served in the Navy during World War He is a member of the Presbyterian Eagles and Amer ican He is a selfem ployed commercial refrigeration Tipton served 2 terms as a city The Tiptons have one daugh Charles Elizabeth Rice of Frazeysburg and 2 IxWeathervane YESTERDAY High 55 Low 43 The Weather Elsewhere High Low clear clear cloudy Los clear cloudy New cloudy rain clear San cloudy cloudy TODAY 7 44 RAlNFAll Last 24 hours TOMORROW Sunset High 60 Low 30 Forecast Sunny and WUli1 SWP K M mw raiiicpiiiiai imiiffuiyiin M 11 INSIDE f B Obituaries 2 Around The World 5 Television 6 7 Hospital News 8 Womens Page 10 Sports 14 15 Your Horoscope 22 Crane 22 Alvarez 23 Dear Abby 23 AREA NEWS Berlin 5 Millersburg 5 Strasburg 5 Beach City 9 Bolivar 16 Newcomerstown 16 Baltic 18 Cadiz 18 East Sparta 18 Kidron 18 Port Washington 18 Wainwright 18 Phila Youth Asks in Suit Lawrence White a minor of 252 Clair Now is asking for in damages in a suit filed in common pleas court against Glenda Turner of 467 Park New Philadelph The was working in the Midtown Speedy Wash on the Boulevard when Turners car struck the causing cement blocks and beams to fall on White asks for loss of in medical expens es and the remainder for in juries and 3 Persons Perish Ohio AP Three Mansfield young people were killed late Friday night a cartrain wreck at a town The victims were identified John James atricia   

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