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   Weekend Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - October 14, 1967, Dover, Ohio                                DAILY REPORTER Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover New October 20 Con Thien Marines Hit Again r i i i i fi Error Made in Bombing Foe Stages New Attack Union Twin City Water Projects LEFT Breaking ground for the Union Hospital expansion are Administrator Harold Alden Tom Kane chair man of the building Vic former board president and longtime hospital Leo general and James RIGHT At the Twin City water plant Wayne Hays turns the first Looking on are Danny Johnson water board Joseph water board and State William Expansion Of Hospital Under Way Union Hospitals ex pansion and remodeling project got underway this morning with an informal groundbreaking ceremony by the hospitals board of Gundy Construction of which holds the million general is to begin work To avoid a delay in the con struction the trustees de cided to hold informal ceremon ies this morning after receiv ing the goahead from state of Plans are being made for formal dedication of the ex panded facility at the corner stone The general pub lic and state and federal officials will be invited to at The which out 2 years ago as a mil lion expansion and See Page Schoenbrunn Work to Begin Within Month Work on renovating Schoen brunn Village hopefully will be gin within 2 to 4 officials of Joseph Halter Sons of Canton said The Canton also handling renovation of Zoar Vil has a contract for the Schoenbrunn job from the Ohio Historical Halter officials said materials are on order and will be de livered by It was in dicated continuation of the pre sent strike by owner operator haulers could impede Extent of the work to be done al Schoenbrunn is under the control of Del Harder of Harder and consulting arch itects for the Ohio Historical Society and William Keener of the OHS who is coordinating both the Zoar and Schoenbrunu Daniel OHS direc said yesterday as many of Hie Schoenbrunn cabins as mon ey will permit will be Longrange plans call for addi tion of 2 Porter stated that no cabia will be torn down unless there Sec Page At Your Service BY FRED BALL Q Why do so many high school coaches refer to their players as kids rather than boys or perhaps men New Philadelphia A Probably because he looks upon the team as which is one of the meanings given to kids by Hot and probably a lot of fans prefer this definition youngsters marked by proficiency or Q When Is the best time to trim roses how close should they be trimmed Scio A The best time to trim a rose bush is during late fall after the plant is finished How close they should be trimmed depends on the size of the An average trim is from 9 to 12 inches from the An older plant should be timmed while a younger one can be cut closer for the Q Can a Dogwood tree be transplanted while in bloom if one was planted now will it bloom next spring Dennison A No to your first It should be trans planted in the fall after the first killing frost so that the tree is Just because the tree is planted and thriving doesnt mean it will This depends upon the age of the An older tree usually blooms the first year while the younger one will Scholastic Scoreboard 24 Dover Mansfield Madison 28 Ashland New Philadelphia 12 River View Newcomerstown 26 Jackson 0 Claymont 27 Fairless 6 0 7 Sandy Valley 22 Clairsville 0 Louisville 8 33IV North Conotton Valley 0 20 Steubenvjlle Canton McKinley 15 Details on Sports Pages Hays Lauds Twin Cities For Step UHRICHSVILLE Its al ways a sign of progress when residents of a such as Uhrichsville and accept a selftax issue for pub lic Wayne Hays D Flushing said this morn ing at groundbreaking cere monies for the million wa ter treatment plant expansion and Hays said money for such projects is hard to get since the federal grant is one of many requested from a A cut of this fund has been but there is no worry of getting the or the Union Hospital Hays Sometimes the govern ment is accused of foolish but if this is such Im for He also pointed out that prior to requesting the federal grant he toured the present water treatment I was glad to get out of the building I dont know what was holding it he Hays thanked the Claymont Band for playing musical selec It peps us up on a morning like he Joe water board pres said it was gratifying and like Christmas to officials of the 2 communities to reach the day when this project finally becomes a Martin thanked Stanley Neigh See HAYS Page Statement in Case Not Made by Chief A statement attributed yes terday to Police Chief Pay Ries of the Dover police department concerning the status of Gail Herman was made by another city and not The statement to the ef fect that a decision on wheth er Herman would retain his de partment post or be dismissed would not be made vuitil after his sentencing Monday follow ing jury conviction Thursday for leaving the scene of an acci dent The crash occur red while he was off I am in no position to make any statement other than no which was my posi tion Ries gi Weathervane YESTERDAY High Low 50 The Weather Elsewhere High Low Kansas clear 77 45 fog 74 54 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 60s Low Mid 40s Forecast Increasing chance or rain by SAIGON AP The batter ed Marine outpost at Con Thien was hit by a mistaken bombing from an American plane late killing two Marines and wounding the command in Saigon dis The report of the mistaken bombing came after a fierce threehour fight early Saturday between Marines and attacking North Vietnamese troops a mile below Con which is just south of the demilitarized A spokesman said a Marine Corps aircraft making a bomb run Friday evening in support of ground forces at Con Thien had 11 i INDEX Obituaries Traffic Court 5 Television Around The World 8 Womens Pages Hospital News Sports Dear Abby Alvarez Crane Your Billy Graham two 500pound bombs impact on the perimeter of the ground The spokesman said an inves tigation is under Marine artillery and planes beat off an attempt by 500 Hanoi regulars to storm the perimeter of a Leatherneck battalion below Con The war just below the DMZ had mounted The Command said 21 Americans were killed and 12 of the enemy were found dead on the There was noestimate of how many casualties the ene my troops may have carried away as they withdrew toward the mountains Con Thien stands on three muddy hills two miles south of the It has been battered repeatedly by enemy mortars and rockets since the Marines set up camp there last After nearly three weeks of only minor the Commu nists around the DMZ battered the outpost of Con Thien Friday See Page City Pushes DAY BRIGHTENER Overheard My wife is an excellent Her trouble is signaling things like 6 6 West 6 Newcomerstown 6 Winfield Berlin 9 9 9 Dundee 9 Bolivar 9 Evans Valley Gnadenhutten Stone Creek Tuscarawas Grading for the paving nf streets in the Weinsz Addition and the 5th Senhauser tract in the east end of Dover was started Thursday following a request by Dover officials to get the jobs Complaints by property own ers in the 2 areas prompted the The city has the to forfeit bonds post the 2 developers and use VOLUNTEERS SEEK RECORD PLEDGES UF Officials Are Optimistic Early T 1 i Volunteers for the United Fund of Central Tuscarawas County got off to a running start yesterday toward their record campaign goal of A total of or 7 per cent of the was announc ed at the first report meeting in Union Country There were also some encouraging signs that the volunteers will have reason to attend the cam paign victory dinner Paul Youngs Midtown Clean ers in New Philadelphia came up with the first 100 per cent participation by management and employes in support of the 14 participating welfare and service General Telephone of Ohios division employes at New Philadelphia hit the 90 per cent participation mark with Mike Pettiti as Gen Tel employes have con tributed to a 22 per cent increase over the com plete total last Petliti al so noted thai Gen Tel employ es had notched a 62 per cent increase in payroll deductions for News Briefs WASHINGTON AP Jim a Senator slugger in the late 1950s ana a first base coach for the Minnesota Twins for the last three was named today as manager of the Wash ington Dover school un der the leadership of Donald administrative assist already have contributed compared with last which included some 12 PLEDGING DAYS TO GO Winesbu g the money to do the work ei Dellroy ther wilh city emPloves or by Wainwright Port Washington Inc workmen e and a grader moved into the Weinsz Addition Thursday Arthur Weinsz had posted a bond to ns sure the city that would be installed in his A 11 that to be done is tha which should have been completed last accord ing to the bond Paving of 5th in the Sen hauser Addition also and an lift station are All but of an original bond has been released by the Under Dovers a developer has a year from date a plat is accepted to com plete the The Senhauser tract was accepted approxi mately 18 months ago and the Weinsz Addition a little over a year The paving work is expected to be completed next weather M from school The stu dent solicitation is expected to push the total for Dover schools to near A breakdown of the by divisions shows Division A Bren ton Di vision B Paul Pro John with John report Special Ron and clubs and The next report session is scheduled at a noon dutch treat luncheon next Thursday in John Reiser Charles Deeds and Don check the UF report   

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