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Dover Daily Times (Newspaper) - October 17, 1967, Dover, Ohio
Around Council table joint vocational school levies endorsed department lauded Dover Council last night put its stamp of approval on levies to be asked nov. 7 for the Tuscarawas county joint vocational school thus joining numerous other organizations who have expressed favor in recent weeks. Two levies Are up for decision a a one half Mill to build and equip the school and a Leo a Mill for operation. A i would like to take this Opportunity to express our appreciation for your cooperation in the changeover of the trans formers supplying our Plant and the excellent Quality of the work done in the Short period of time that you had to accomplish this the letter was from r. J. Williams of Dover folded products co. To Willard e. Seibert superintendent of the electric Field division and requested by service director Arthur Hanni to become a part of Council minutes last night. Auditor Perlin Millers report for september showed All operating funds in the Black eluding $69,430 in the general fund. Total City funds As of sept. $0 were $1,792,245. To help toward that he also reported that he would not select an Urban renewal director but would let that matter up to a special citizens screening committee to bring Forth a nominee for Council approval. An estimated $7590 Cost has been Given by George Fiedler amp associates City engineers for the widening and installation of new culverts on Parkview or. The estimate is based on the City providing All labor and fill required. No allowance is made for the use of City equipment required to do the project. The firms summation Point out that while relatively Little trouble has existed with the present Culvert a larger one will be required when the area is More developed. Including it in the present project would eliminate future installation needs. The project will be studied by service and finance committees. Mayor c. Lemoyne Luthy rein. Ported to Council last night that Start of service by Akers bus line of new Philadelphia May be delayed a week or so from the original target Date of oct. 23. Councils finance committee in addition to its study on new pay increase requests from police and firemen have been asked to look into the possibility of some Type of remuneration for civic minded residents who give freely of their time to serve As appointees to municipal boards. Mayor c. Lemoyne Luthy identified 2 last night in making the request president pro tem Russell Alpaugh for study were Street Light requested for West Side on Walnut Between 17th and 18th sts., safety and Willard Seibert. Additional $600 requested by traffic control department for 65 Street markers and paint line remover safety and finance. Request for Metal a do not Block sidewalk signs on e. 6th St. Where residents have complained of a professional building causing parking problems safety. Roswell Center open on sunday the Tuscarawas Valley educational service Center at Roswell will hold open House sunday from 2 to 6 . Interested persons from throughout the centers 6-county service area have been invited. A special preview open House for residents of Roswell Only is scheduled thursday night from 7 to 9. Visitors May tour a demonstration classroom and Model elementary Library see various types of audio visual equipment and a film inspector demonstrated watch As tapes Are do has caused plans. There will be no tax assessments on the n. Tuscarawas a. Sidewalk improvements. Service director Arthur Hanni reported he had received a payment from the last a hold g v. %8 s3s8 a. A it Quot a 8883kss candidates on nov. 7 ifs veterans and Democrat executive committee. He is also a Merman Camps of the Canton precinct committeeman. District. He and his wife the former she previously was a Candi Peggy Brogne have 3 children Date for City Council. A graduate of Uhrichsville High and business College the co ways have 3 children. A delay in delivery of parts to a a a us la the alteration plated and observe As the Cen Itera a new Umbac card sorter and key punch machines Are put through their paces. East Sparta sets trick treat hours out monday. East Sparta a a a trick or a delay in the arrival of a treat night has been set for the zoning ire a rant part has held up oct. 30 from 7 to 9 . And1 Boa re of appeals and the Dover completion of the Overall in the annual Unicof drive is planning commission improvement. Scheduled oct. 27 from 6 to 7 30 ., according to mayor Ern Donald Knisely Donald w. Knisely 56, of 128 Moore a. New new Philadelphia is on the nov. 7 ballot As a Republican candidate for auditor. A Republican Knisely was unsuccessful last november in a race with incumbent Donald r. Kinsey for the county auditors Job. Knisely promises to maintain Economy and efficiency if elected and says he plans on follow ing the party a program. Manager of the Ridgway co. Of new Philadelphia Knisely is a member of first United Church of Christ and eagles club. He and his wife the former Wilma Helmreich have 2 sons. Mayor Luthy eliminated a Cru Morse he said were being circulated that he was not in favor of pay raises for municipal employees. Obsolete City equipment in est l. Murray eluding a truck with Hole dig police chief Howard Inboden Ging apparatus and various has asked parents to see that parts Are heading for Sale. Their children a visits on Hal authorization was Given last Loween be limited to their Owna a j i have always been in favor n 8ht for the service director neighbourhoods. He said the 9 Quot i n of a stir a f a Paoi a/4 Rvin a an. Of pay raises for municipal employees a he said a and have always done All in my Power Chicken amp biscuit supper wed., october 18th starting 4 . Pleasant Valley methodist Church 3 Miles East of Dennison to advertise for sealed bids on curfew will be strictly in the miscellaneous items. Forced during the next few weeks talks will be held next tues Day night by the service committee and Dover township trustees on the renewal of a current firefighting contract. Robert bairns committee also will study matters referred to it last night including a request to open an Alley on e. 2nd St. From 2nd St. To the corporation and the first Alley East of High St., and a request from the do my answer Edward Streb Edward v. Streb 34, making his first bid for Public office is a new Philadelphia Council candidate from Ward i. A Democrat he is a resident of 1049 Union a. New. A resident of the City for 12 years a having previously lived in Dover he is vice president of Gross Streb welding co. Of new Philadelphia. Streb says his primary purpose if elected will be the a responsible representation of the people of new Philadelphia. A the problems facing us Are Many with the Advent of interstate 77 and the soon to be opened Kent state University Branch. A the City of new Philadelphia and surrounding commune j ties Are prime areas for growth and i would like to be a part of this Progress. A financing this growth is up to the people of new Philadel phia and i will respect their wishes in this Streb is a member of sacred heart Church elks knights of Columbus disabled american Edward Kirkland a newcomer to Public office Edward Kirkland 38, of Bolivar is making a bid for a seat on the Tuscarawas Valley Board of education. Kirkland is a guidance Counselor at Perry High school near Massillon. He is a graduate of Kent state University and has la years teaching experience. He has resided in the Tuscarawas Valley District 7 years. Ile formerly taught vocal and instrument music in the District. Kirkland says the District needs greater emphasis on vocational training and greater flexibility of curriculum. Teachers he believes should be encouraged to develop innovation education programs and should have a better line of communications with the administration school Board and Community. Incentives also should be developed to attract and hold better trained instructors he contends. Kirkland is a member of roman Catholic Church american personnel and guidance assn., Phi Delta Kappa Ohio education assn., american federation of musicians and other education and guidance associations. Page 3, the Dally reporter Dover 0., tuesday oct. 17,1967 Beach women set Sale Friday by mrs. Paul Smith Telephone 756-6523 Beach City residents with items for the methodist Church rummage Sale Friday May take them to the Church tonight wednesday and thursday. Those with articles to be picked up May Call mrs. Jennie Kopp 756-6735. The Sale sponsored by the women a society of Christian service will be held in the former Dover pharmacy store on the Comer of w. 3rd St. And n. Tuscarawas a. In Dover beginning at 9 . American legion auxiliary will meet wednesday at 8 . In the Post Home. In addition to the regular session members will begin packing Christmas boxes for servicemen. Residents in the local and Wilmot areas who have sons or husbands in the armed forces Are to Call auxiliary president mrs. Richard Veitinger 756-3365 or mrs. Leonard Mcdonald 756-5695rehabilitation chairman with their addresses. Mrs. Sterling Horris Berger mrs. Emil Demsky and mrs. Raymond Klein will serve refreshments. Mary Martha class will meet tonight at 8 in the first lutheran Church social room. Mrs. Walter Muskopf and mrs. Alberta Carr will be hostesses. Those attending Are to take poems or readings for a program. Lutheran Church women met in the Home of mrs. Harry love with mrs. Charles bit ticker As program Leader. A play let a the seeking hearts a was presented. Mrs. Bitticker read scripture and mrs. Love conducted the business session in the absence of president mrs. Phillip Amos. Mrs. Audrey Pratt and Rev. Robert Britenburg were guests. Cookie recipe books being sold for $1 As a fund raising project May be purchased from members. We Are teenagers who Nee advice. Our father sets the moral pattern for our Home and he has taught us always to get even then forgive. This contradicts what we have Learned in sunday school. Is my father right . Your father though he May be Well intentioned has a strange mixture of paganism and christianity. The a getting even is Pagan and the forgiveness is Christian. Jesus taught that As christians we Are not to play god and judge or punish others. The Bible says a vengeance is mine i will repay Saith the the Sermon on the mount outlines the conduct of gods children and nowhere in that great discourse Are we told to a get Jesus did not rescind the ten commandments but he expanded them and made them More difficult to live up to. In fact unless he lives in our hearts it is impossible to live according to the Sermon on the mount. We must know the Christ on the mount before these ideals become practical and workable. The Law of Moses said a an Eye for an Eye and a tooth for a but Jesus said a i say unto you that be resist not evil but whosoever shall smite thee on they right Cheek turn to him the other you May say that this is not natural and i agree. But with Christ in our hearts we can do what he did upon the Cross say a father forgive them for they know not what they readers of the Dally reporter having questions for Billy Graham May Sand them to him in care of Tho newspaper and they will a forwarded to him unopened. Classified ads pay off Percy raps lbs in Boston speech Boston apr sen. Charles Percy r-ill., accused president Johnson monday night of having a Lack of Confidence Lack of Trust and Lack of Percy flew in from washing ver american legion 40 it 8 ton to address 1,450 women Attar a Clear title on a fire truck j tending the 15th annual Eastern it now uses. Republican women a Confer other matters referred by Fence. Mrs. Letha Conway mrs. Thaddeus Letha Conway 59, of 411 w. 3rd St., Uhrichsville is a candidate for City treasurer there. She is a Republican. A being a native of Uhrichsville i have always had our City at heart a she said. A seeing the Good Points and not trying to tear it Down verbally is one of my biggest a Par time Secretary mrs. Conway is a member of twin if you want health insurance that pays you As Well As your at of you get you Cam get anywhere else the 6b Chevrolet pickup Only Chevrolet gives Tou us these Dakur features for it i truck Tough cab and body with double Strong construction there a no stronger pickup anywhere. Beneath that Sharp looking Interior there a a double thickness of Sheet Metal in critical cab areas. Flee Side body Side panels and tailgate Are double Wall too. And there Are no external welded joints to rust this trucks not just Strong its double Man from nationwide is on your Side. 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