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Dover Daily Times (Newspaper) - October 17, 1967, Dover, Ohio Dover police firemen ask another pay increase Dover firemen and police included in a general municipal employee pay increase last year Aie seeking additional remuneration effective the first pay of 1968. J a letter signed by 13 firemen and 17 police was presented monday night asking the following rates mr-.4m. S police a chief $325 biweekly captains $3.66 hourly patrolmen Start $3.08 hourly patrolmen after one year $3.36 hourly desk men Start $2.73 hourly desk men after one year $2.98 hourly. Firemen a chief $325 biweekly captains $2.62 hourly Mechanic $2.62 hourly firefighter Start $2.20 hourly firefighter after one year $2.40 hourly. In addition the members of the City a safety department urged that department chiefs be paid for time worked outside regular hours doing away with compensatory time accrued sick leave be upped from 90 to 120 Days a $10,000 life insurance policy be provided and that Good Friday be made an eighth full paid Holiday. The proposal also urged the initiation of a longevity pay scale of $2 per month for each turn to Page 3 for a around Council Jodl Al Vul v lev j Vui blut leu d method to eliminate a personnel turnover problem. In an accompanying letter the members requested that they be paid for attendance at any professional school they Are required to attend on off duty time. They urged emergency approval on the latter request since one school is to Start around nov. I. A we believe that because we serve faithfully and Well we Are justified in asking for your understanding and support when we ask As we must from time to time for some improvements in the conditions try glowing owl. St3 m my s to we my Mem Mumm in. R in s daily reporter largest circulation in Tuscarawas county under which we work a the letter concluded. The requests were referred to the finance committee. Council kept Busy nearly 2 hours with 9 ordinances and 2 resolutions did give the first Reading to a statute calling for Jan. I 1968, raises for elected see pay increase Page 14 we Mem 15,566 vol. 65. No. 83. 38 pages. In is Simm in Dover new Philadelphia Ohio tuesday october 17, 1967 phone 343-7706 7 cents amp Msj. My Mumm Mem Mem m sow a Rny hmm in in my in Mumm w we Mem Mumm my Antiwar protests staged nationwide by the associated press scores of persons have been a nested in Antiwar and ant draft demonstrations staged by thousands in cities from coast to coast. Hundreds burned what they said were their draft cards. Spokesmen at a demonstration in new York said their action was part of a nationwide mobilization of those resisting the draft. Protests took place in so cities across the country. Some 5,000 ant draft demonstrators jammed onto the University of californians Berkeley Campus monday night in Defiance of a court injunction barring any Campus Antiwar teach in. At Bostons Arlington Street Church the chanting of a we shall overcome sounded As 67 youths mostly College students burned their cards at the altar monday. Afterwards 220 More youths surrendered their draft cards to clergymen. The total number of demonstrators was swelled to Lamneck Rule on search legality did the state Highway patrol conduct a Legal search of a West Virginia Auto in which burglary tools and a loaded pistol were allegedly found that question will be answered by common pleas judge j. La. Lamneck when he rules on testimony heard yesterday in which the defense attempted to suppress evidence involving grand jury indictments against 3 West virginians who were arrested on aug 27 near Strasburg. Indicted for possessing burglary tools and carrying a concealed weapon were Bernard samples 33, of Elkview Douglas Facemyer 25, of Charleston and Randolph Smith 33, of Dunbar. Atty. Robert Whetro of Dover representing the Trio argued yesterday that the state patrol duties Are restricted by Ohio Law and therefore the patrol has no authority to obtain a search warrant As was done at Strasburg. Furthermore he contended the warrant was not properly filled out. A photostat copy of the warrant obtained from Northern District court judge Charles Eckert shows nothing was filled in where items to be sought in the search Are to be listed. Also left Blank was a space where the municipality in which the search is to be conducted is to be shown. Introduced into evidence yesterday were various tools and a .25 Cahier pistol allegedly obtained following the patrol search. Included were Bol Cut ters Crow bars tile Irons and wire cutting equipment. Up. William Hawkey testified he was at the Strasburg town see Lamneck Page 2 2 cyclists tangle with steel pickets two members of the a Young ones a an Akron motorcycle club were involved in a me ice with pickets at the Independent steel haulers checkpoint North of Strasburg last night but sheriff deputies Are not sure who started it. Deputies identified the pair As Stephen Toepfer 18. Of Union a see earlier Story on Page 5. I town and Eugene Cody 19, of Akron. They told deputies the Windshield of their 2-Wheeler was smashed by a 4 x 4 tossed by a striker when they wheeled into bus service Start could be monday Art Wright a Driver for Akers bus line said today the company is hopeful that bus service Between Dover new Philadelphia and Schoenbrunn can be launched monday. However he added parts for the bus to be used on the run have been delayed and May not arrive in time a if the parts do not get Bere by monday we definitely will begin bus service on oct. 30,�?� Wright stated. Fares have been set As follows 30 cents for anywhere inside the City where boarding 35 cents from Dover to new Philadelphia and from Schoenbrunn to new Philadelphia and cents from Schoenbrunn to Dover. W right said a Complete listing of bus routes and pickup times will be announced this week. The Junction restaurant for a cup of Coffee. Cody said his leg also was hit by the missle. Deputies were called at 7 45 . Damage to the Cycle was set at $45. Strikers however charge the fracas developed when the pair began scattering spikes throughout the parking lot and shouting obscenities at pickets. A spokesman for the independents said he did not know who tossed the 4 x 4 at the Bike. Deputy Jack Dehl who talked to the motorcyclists at a Strasburg Gas station in the presence of state patrolmen and police chief Ray Dierick said the Cycle As Well As the youths clothing were decorated with one youth Dehl said wore an Akron police department helmet with a a Swast Iekar Over the departments name. No charges were filed a the see 2 cyclists Page 2zanesville firm Low on in 77 leg Shelly amp sand.1 construction co. Was Lowr bidder for the 4-mile Section of interstate 77 from Newcomerstown to Wolf at this mornings bid opening conducted in Columbus by the state Highway department. Shelly amp Sands bid $5,253,129 compared with the state estimate of $6,720,000, which included right of Way acquisition engineering and cons action costs. There were 8 bidders for the Job. The 4-mile leg from Wolf to Stone Creek will be sold at a bid opening oct. 31, winding up in 77 projects in this area. 3,500 by students who arrived from colleges and universities throughout new England. Four demonstrators were arrested in Chicago after some 250 persons tried unsuccessfully to push their Way into the Federal building to surrender their draft cards at the . Marshals office. There were to arrests at the selective service Center in Champaign ii following a rain drenched demonstration on the University of Illinois Campus. Two of the youths claimed to have burned their draft cards. In Portland ore., three youths were seized for disorderly conduct in an ant draft demonstration after they refused to leave state selective service Headquarters. About 300 More protesters stood outside. The draft cards of several americans in London wound up in the lost and found department at the . Embassy there after they tried to hand the cards Over to embassy officials. Hostile bystanders jeered As five Young men burned what they said were their draft cards during a rally outside Independence Hall in Philadelphia. A nearly 300 demonstrators were locked out of the Federal building in los Angeles. Two representatives carrying a bucket with 55 draft cards were later allowed inside. Two youths burned what they described As draft cards at the Federal building in Cincinnati Ohio. When a draft official refused to accept cards from some 150 youths an envelope with 27 cards was thrown on his desk. In Washington d.c., to demonstrators talked with col. Daniel o. Omer Deputy director of selective service and left him an envelope containing registration certificates. Fifteen Cornell students turned in draft cards at selective service Headquarters in Ithaca . About 200 students backed by some professors had demonstrated earlier. There were also demonstrations in Denver Cedar rapids Iowa Albany and Poughkeepsie ny., Pittsburgh Providence r i. And san Francisco. Index pretty husky. Susan Marshall 16, holds an ear of Corn that has a Husk on each Kernel. It is one of the exotic varieties grown at the Missouri formers Assn. Research Nursery near Marshall. At your service school Board oks new salary schedule in a Brief recessed session last night Dover a Board of education approved a new teacher salary schedule which was accepted last week by the Dover education Assn. Membership. The new schedule meeting Senate Bill 350 requirements Calls for $75,071 in new Money and is part of a total salary package of approximately $98,-000. Non certificated personnel salary hikes were approved last week and administrative adjustments Are expected to be made next week the Board anticipates approximately $80,000 in additional state funds from so 350. Board president Richard Hanhart informed the Board that the Dea had accepted the proposal which will be retroactive to sept. I. The Dea also said salary guide discussions will not be reopened until january 1969 a unless unforeseen . Opens new Viet operation on ground have a problem stymied by red tape need an answer hot line welcomes your inquiries via mail. However All letters must be fully signed including name address and Telephone number if you have one. Only initials will be used with replies. Mail to hot line the daily reporter Dover o. 41622. By Fred Ball i a where can i get a description and Oiler information about Ginseng also where can i get some and How much does it Cost s.s., Baltic a a Ginseng is a Herb with a Long Fleshy Root that is used As a Medicine. It is a Low Plant with 3 leaves at the top of the Stem. Each Leaf is made up of 5 leaflets. The Plant has Small greenish yellow Flowers that occasionally produce Scarlet berries. The name comes from a chinese word meaning a likeness of a Many because the roots Are shaped like a human figure. For a More detailed description consult an encyclopedia or botany text at the Library. For processed Ginseng Call Kreisher drug at 343-1921. If you want it in Plant form write Indiana botanical gardens Hammond ind. Hot line was unable to get a Price per Plant but Ginseng costs $2 per ounce processed. By George Esper Saigon apr the . Command today announced a new ground operation aimed at taking pressure off South Vietnam a northernmost provinces. The command 21 marines and 44 communists had been killed in the first week of the operation and 167 marines wounded. In the air War . Navy planes returned to Haiphong for repeat raids on a missile helicopter Assembly base a major Highway Bridge and three Sam antiaircraft missile Sites. Possibly 5,000 men were thrown into the new ground operation�?medina�?28 Miles South of the embattled demilitarized zone. They included several battalions from the 1st Marine regiment a special battalion Landing team from the 7th fleets ready amphibious Force and South vietnamese troops. The operation began oct. La but was not announced until today for Security reasons. A obituaries. 2. Billy Graham. 3 court records. 6 Ltd Why did no to Dover a band March Iii the Swiss television. 7 festival Parade women a pages. 8 amp 9 Sportell 12 amp 13 a a a Eukare Eck Hospital news 14 a a band director Fred Delphia told hot line around the world 14 there were 3 reasons for the bands absence. First traffic court 18 he was out of town that Day at a music clinic Sec dear Abby .19 once land had performed the 2 previous Satur or. Alvarez .19 Days and it was decided to give members a Satur or Crane .19 Day off third the band received no formal invite your Horoscope .19 ton area news Beach City. 8 pie Sugarcreek a a 5 q a a year ago i ordered a Hairpiece i rom Nemson. A Guild mall order House in new York and sent i i in is i along a Check. W Hen it came it was the wrong new Comet Stow nit St it and color so i sent it Back. I Haven to heard West Lafayette. To anything since then although i have written 4 times. Justus. 9 what can Vou do to help my Strasburg. 14 Dellroy 15 mrs m let Oxer Millersburg 15 a a nothing without More information. Hot Bolivar 15 line has received several letters like yours. We Magnolia. 15 must have the full address on the firm amount East Sparta .15 of payment and How the item was ordered whether Wilmot 15 by advertisement in a Magazine or through mailed Winfield .18 literature. A weather vane yesterday High 75 Low 58 the weather elsewhere High Low or. Buffalo rain 73 53 .45 Denver Clear. 69 38 Jacksonville Clear 85 70 .01 Kansas City Clear. 65 42 Louisville rain. 74 to .22 Milwaukee Cloudy 58 40 new York Cloudy 19 57 Philadelphia fog a 52st. Louis Cloudy 56 53 74 Seattle Clear 62 50 today 7a.rn 58 rainfall last 24 hours. None tomorrow Sunrise. 7 40 Sunset. 6 41 High 60�?Ts Low 50�?Ts forecast Cloudy cooler occasional rain brightener there a one thing you can still get for a Dollar a a picture of George Washington. Line intelligence reports indicate there Are 17 communist battalions operating around the Doz and in Quang Tri province perhaps More than 7,000 enemy troops. A operation Medina is under Way in the dense Jungle mountains near the Southern Boundary of Quang Tri province nine Miles South of the provincial capital of Quang Tri. . Spokesman said heavy Monsoon Rains were making the operation difficult. The heaviest fighting so far occurred last thursday w Hen 300 marines ran up against about 400 North vietnamese troops in a Battle that raged for 41/2 hours. Backed by artillery and helicopter gunships the marines reported killing 30 of the enemy while eight marines were killed and 46 wounded. Since then there have been numerous scattered contacts Between Small units. . Navy bombers streaked in from carriers in the Gulf of Tonkin monday to attack a huge military compound three Miles South of the Center of Haiphong see . Opens Page 14mechanic, plumber walk offs ended Union employees who walked off their jobs at 3 Sites yesterday returned to work with their regular shifts this morning. Walking out were mechanics at Ferris Chevrolet on e. Front St., Dover and plumbers working on the state Highway department a division la building addition and Kent state University Branch in new Philadelphia. There were no explanations available on the ignites in Hospital Chute Dover firemen were called to Union Hospital at 3 45 . Yesterday when materials in a rubbish Chute caught fire. The Hospital sprinkling system extinguished the Blaze before firemen arrived but they used a fan for 30 minutes to exhaust accumulated s in o k e. Damage was slight. Cause of the Blaze was not determined. New car deliverer fails to show at new Orleans an Auto theft charge involving a Light Blue 1968 valiant was filed with Dover police yesterday by David a. Weinsz vice president and general manager of Weinsz leasing co. At 125 e 2nd St., Dover. According to Weinsz the car was Given to Richard a. Reynolds 29, of Columbus last thursday to deliver to William Blackwell m new Orleans no later than sunday. Reynolds and the car have not appeared in new Orleans. The car bearing Ohio 10-Day tag 828410. Which expires oct. 22. Is a 6-Cylinder, 2-door Sedan with Heater air conditioning and automatic transmission. Value is set. At $2400. Reynolds is 5-feet-ll. Weighs 160, has Brown hair and eyes and a full Beard. Circumstances the Board also increased substitute teacher rates from $16.50 to $18 a Day for non degree teachers and from $17.50 to $20 per Day for degree teachers. Home instruction rates were upped to $3.25 per hour for no degree instructors and $3.50 per hour for degree teachers with the state paying approximately half of Home instruction costs. Approval was Given for Home instruction for one student for the remainder of the year due to illness. The Board also granted approval to Phyllis Luderer of re 2, Dundee to attend the Caraway High District for the year. Hanhart noted the Board was in communication with the Ohio Board of liquor control regarding its protest to the granting of a Beer and wine carryout License to Sam and Louis Torna Bene at the former Cappe Dale Dairy building at Crater a. At e. 7th St. A Date has not been set for the hearing which will be attended by Board representatives. Informal discussion was held on providing free general admission passes to senior citizens for High school athletic dramatic and musical events. Supt. Emmet Riley was asked to present such a proposal at a future meeting. Administrative assistant Don Peters served As clerk treasurer in the absence of George Aebersold who is vacationing. The meeting was recessed with another session to be held later this . Hahn again re elected heart unit president or. Paul Hahn was re elected president and renewal of t h e county health Levy to appear on the nov. 7 ballot was endorsed when the Tuscarawas county heart Branch met week. Other officers re elected were mrs. David Dianne Lewis chairman of the Board mrs. I. M. Romine treasurer and mrs. Richard k Poletti Secretary. Also named to serve on the Board were mrs. Walter War Heit of Strasburg mrs. Delbert Graham of Midvale mrs. James Painter of new Philadelphia. And mrs. James Devore and mrs. R. E. Rinderknecht of Dover. Max Dapoz 1968 county Camp a i g n chairman introduced Dewey Daley of Dover who will be Bowling tournament chairman for the local fund Campaign. The final treasurers report show $12,869 collected in Tuscarawas county during 1967. It was nearly $1000 More than the amount raised in 1965. Mrs. Poletti announced the next Branch meeting will be held in january. Dog bites Dolerite Gregory m. Bail 19, son of or. And mrs. Robert m. Bair of 803 s. Tuscarawas av., Dover was bitten by a tied dog yesterday near Goshen Dairy co. On Vav. 2nd St. Although the owner of the dog was not known it was reported that the animal had a rabies shot. Bail was treated for multiple bites to Bis left leg by a doctor and was then Given a tetanus shot at Union Hutu Ufal i i

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