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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 12, 1964, Dover, Ohio Dr. Linton Honaker Honaker Selected As New County School Superintendent Dr. Linton R. Honaker, high school and guidance supervisor in the Tuscarawas County School System since 1958, last night was selected to succeed the retiring W. E. Laws as superintendent on Sept. I. Dr. Honaker was selected by the County Board of Education following extensive interviews with 5 applicants applying for the position. A native of Alliance, Honaker graduated from Alliance High in 1942. He received a bachelor of science degree at Mount Union College in 1949, and master’s and doctor’s de grees from Western Reserve University in 1950 and 1961, respectively. He also has enrolled for additional work at Purdue University, Kent State University, and the University of Massachusetts. Honaker taught mathematics at Lake High School in Hartville (Stark County) from 1950 to 1958 when he joined the county system. Active professionally in educational circles, Dr. Honaker is a member of local, state and national organizations, president of the Northeastern Ohio County Supervisors’ Assn., member of the executive committee of the Ohio Association of County Supervisors, the State Science Fair planning committee, and a member of the Ohio Association for Supervision and Curricu lum Development Research Committee. The new superintendent is a member of the Tuscarawas County Mental Health Committee and the governing board of the Tuscarawas Valley Guidance Center. Dr. Honaker is married Iv the I In other action the board not-former Betty Lou Baker of Glen- e(j an information commit- ^nn!_‘ anf father of 4 ^    ^    ^    proposed    vocational children. The family, residents    v    1 of 724 Oak St. NW.New Phila- high school s steering committee delphia, is affiliated with the will tour Heath Vocational High Evangelical & Reformed Church School near Newark on Thurs-of New Philadelphia.    day. Leo Benjamin Named Quaker 'Man Of Year’... See Page 13 Members are Richard Han-hart, chairman, Dr. William R. Meller, Carl Krebs Jr., Alga Weaver, Waldon Leggett, Earl Olmstead, Richard M. Kaiser, Msgr. A. L. Freund, Robert Glennan and John Foust. Supt. Laws and board member Garrison Finzer said they also plan to make the trip. A 15-minute, in formal discussion also was held on Dover and New Philadelphia School Boards attitude toward such a school. Several members expressed doubt that either district will See SUPERINTENDENT, Page 6 Better Photography . . . A Mark Of Reporter Quality The Daily Reporter HOME EDITION VOL 60. NO. 258.    20    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Tuesday, May 12, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Familie* PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS in the high school. Roy Smith of Moundsville, W. Va., who will teach high school Spanish and French. A 1962 graduate of West Virginia University, he has taught at St. Clairsville and Benwood, W. MANILA (AP) — Ninety-two persons were dead or missing today following four military plane crashes around the world. Most of the victims were American military personnel. A fifth plane, a U.S. Air Force supersonic fighter, crashed in the Philippines today but the pilot parachuted to safety. The four fatal crashes occurred Monday in the Philippines, off Spain, in southern England and in Alabama. At Clark Air Base north of Manila, a U.S. Military Air Transport jetliner with 83 per- FLORENCE MCCULLOUGH Would Have 50 Years In October Judith Vasbinder of RD 3, Dover, who has taught the last 2 years at Ashtabula High. She is a 1962 graduate of Muskingum College. Richard Kinder, a New Philadelphia High graduate and holder of a bachelor of arts degree from Southwestern University. He will teach secondary mathematics. He presently is teaching in Indianapolis, Ind. Mrs. Frank Geltz of East Liverpool, who has taught the last 14 years at Columbiana Exempted Village. She is married to a native New Philadelphia man, who works for the State Highway Department. A 1948 graduate of Mt. Union College, she also attended Kent State University.Philo Woman Ends Long School DutyDems Slate Talks Despite Recounts DAY BRIGHTENER Reorganization of the Tuscarawas County Democrat Central Committee, scheduled Wednesday night, is expected to proceed despite today’s 3 requests for recounts in precinct committee races, according to Eugene (Cheese) Hanhart of Dover, acting committee secretary. Requests for the recounts in last Tuesday’s primary vote were filed with Board of Elec-Frances Garver Promoted At University HospitalsAnnexation Vote Hearing Is Overruled FRANCES GARVER Common Pleas Judge J. H. I Lamneck said today that he had overruled the motion for a new hearing in connection with the May 5 vote on the annexation of Dennison to Uhrichsville. Though no court entry has as yet been made, Lamneck explained he had made his decision. terming the issue of annexation as “moot.” The annexation question was defeated in last Tuesday’s election by a vote of 729-570 by Dennison residents. Mayor Donald Huston, as a private citizen, had tried to clock the vote, first by requesting a writ of mandamus which w'as rejected by Lamneck, and then by filing for a motion for a new trial on Lamneck’s decision. Rhodes Confirms Chamber Address Confirmation has been received from Gov. James A. Rhodes that he will be guest speaker for the annual Tuscarawas County Chamber of Commerce banquet Thursday, May 21, in New Philadelphia Elks auditorium. The dinner will climax “Industry Appreciation Day.” Arrangements have been made for Tuscarawas County manufacturers to display products in the club during the day-long program. Chamber members will be given first priority for the purchase of banquet tickets at $3.25 each.    I Around The World Dear Abby ....... Dr. Alvarez ...... Dr, Crane  ____ Goren On Bridge Obituaries........ Sports ........... Television ........ Women’s Pages ... Your Horoscope .. Salesman Is 'Rude' New Philadelphia police yesterday afternoon received a report that a “rude” magazine salesman was operating in the St. Clair St. SW area. The man could not be found. ;

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