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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1964, Dover, Ohio Phofegrophf A Belter Newspaper VOL 24 latest Circulation to fosearam County DoverNew HOME EDITION Serving Over PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Traffic Toll Sets Record NAACP Gets Backing From Supreme Court WASHINGTON AP The Supreme Court struck down to day an Alabama court order barring the National Associa tion for the Advancement of Colored People from operating in that Justice John Harlan de livered the unanimous In litigation that began in the Montgomery County Circuit Court on 1961 permanently enjoined NAACP from conducting intrastate busi ness in the The ban was on the ground the NAACP had failed to register as a Alabamas Supreme Court on 1963 affirmed the Cir cuit Court without con sidering the merits of the The State Supreme said this was necessary because the NAACP had failed to satisfy rules as to the manner in which law briefs should raise assign ments of The NAACP appealed to the Supreme contending it had been deprived of constitu tional freedom of and due process and equal pro tection or The state in reply said the NAACP had been given full op See Page 6 County Records Double Fatality Death and spawned by heavy holiday marred Tuscarawas Countys Memorial Day A mother of 10 and her daughter are The State Patrol alone reported 16 mishaps within the last 72 including several in which serious injuries resulted despite an extra effort by law enforcement agencies to halt the Two Died In This Wreckage Friday On Route 39 Legionnaire Calls On Living To Remember Fightings Dead Merle of Van called on the living to pick up the banner of truths and liberty in memory of the fallen war dead in Memorial Day addresses in Dover and New The national American Legion committeeman told the approx imately 200 persons gathered in Dovers Maple Grove and New Philadelphias Fair Avenue cem eteries that Memorial Day should have a great significance to all Americans in that the free dom they now enjoy came at a high lives of service men and Prompt and ac tion and attitude is needed now from the living to keep intact the principles which stand for America and for which so many he Peace has not been We must keep up our The Communist in Africa and in Cuba is a growing We in the Legion warned against Cubas Castro when he came to Today we are fighting on many The greatest threat is that new sacrifices will be made for freedom to We must be armed with such as that of Abraham We believe there is no compromise price for We have called attention to the little retreats and small sur The dead have done See MEMORIAL Page 12 Susan Weller recites In Flanders Others shown are Elizabeth Smith Harry Robert Leota Andrew Mayor LeMoyne Merle Brady and Bob Theft Case Continued Dale of 317 4th entered no plea and requested time to obtain an attorney at Friday afternoons hearing on a charge of stealing Iris plants valued at Southern District County Court Judge Richard Musgrave set bond at which Short post and continued the hearing to Friday at 1 Short is charged by James York of Canton of stealing 122 clumps of the plants from a plot near County Road He was arrested by sheriff deputies Thursday Police Cite 10 Speeders Dover police had their radar units in action over the Memo rial Day picking up 10 motorists for ingoring the post ed speed Charged were Lee of 934 Race and Timothy of 300 21st Dover Da vid of RD 2 and Junior both of Beach City Robert of 253 Lewis NW and John Swisshelm of 204 6th both of New Philadelphia Robert of 115 McCook Dennison Joe of Oklahoma Charles of Ak and Clayton Dillon Cleve Unconscious Rescued From River By His 17 HitSkip Reported UHRICHSVILLE Alva Cox of RD reported he bad wit nessed a hitskip Saturday at 10 just south oi Cannacks Feeds on County Road The vehicle that was hjt was a blue Cadillac and that the oth er auto was a 1957 white Ponti Police notified both the she Iff and State Jeffery son of arid Donald Huff of RD New will observe his sixth birthday thanks to an William he wont be going Becoming unconscious after Jurors Visit Crash Scene The 12 Common Pleas Court jurors seated in the manslaugh ter trial of John of RD Mineral were taken this morning to the scene of the fatal accident in which he was allegedly involved April Reardon earlier pleaded not guilty after being indicted April The grand jury held him re sponsible for the death of a twin James in the accident which occurred about on Route 212 just off Route The jury consists of 3 women and 9 men with one alternate They were seated and se lected today with no challenges being made by either Prosecu tor Harlan Spies or Reardons Thad Opening arguments were to follow return of the jury from the accident ON THg INSIDE Around The World 6 Dear Abby 23 Alvarez 23 Crane 21 GflW On Bridge 23 Hospital News 11 Obituaries 13 14 19 Pages 10 u Horoscope 23 plunging into the cold Tuscara was River when a new toy plas tic boat got away from Jeff was rescued by his who was attracted to the scene by the screams of the lads mother and The youth then began artifi cial respiration and his nephew was breathing again when fire according to Chief len Heck of New The who had swallowed considerable then be came ill but he did not require hospital According to the Jeff was told it was too cold to try out his new toy in a plastic pool at his Accompanied by a 4yearold Jeff went to the river 300 feet from his When the current swept the boat away from the bank Jeff jumped See Page 2 Commissioners OK Annexof ipn Of Holder bourn Plot The annexation of the Holder baum Allotment to the southern limits of New Philadelphia was approved by County Commis sioners at a public hearing to Dover contractor Hold erbaura asked for the annexa tion of acres in Goshen Township immediately adjacent to the city corporation limit on County Road Holderbaum purchased the property on April 27 from Clyde and Nellie after the annexation petition had been en The contractor has begun sale of lots within the area which is on the west side of the road facing the Watson Allot Steitz Buys Dairy Queen Jerry Steitz of 1711 Dover has purchased the Dairy Queen Store at 717 Wooster from William Humph a life resident of Dover and an accountant at Shenango Penn will take over the op eration July He will be as by his who started the Dairy Queen in this has lad the Dover store stince Previously he was owner oi stores in New Philadelphia anc both of which he Humphries will remain in the Dover area and will engage in other Locks Self In Room UHRICHSVILLE At police were call ed to Millers Restaurant on Water where George Edgar of Dennison had locked him self in the Police fore ed the door open and arrestec who posted bom and was Dover Home Damaged By Arson Device Dover police and the state fire marshals office are investigat ng attempted arson at the lome of Misses Helen Bair and Alga Weaver at 415 15th Saturday Police reported that a home made chemical device was placed against a rear door of ihe causing damage to a screen door and frame before it burned The damage was discovered with police being called at The device has been turned over to the Ohio Bureau of Identification and In Miss Bair is a Dover High eacher and Miss Weaver is a county home extension Several times in past year the awn at the home has been damaged cars being driven Several students reportedly are being questioned concerning the attempted DEATHS The countys eighth and ninth traffic victims are Wil liam Mattie of RD and her 15 yearold Both died in Canton Aultman Hospital as a result of injuries sustained when their car slam med a bridge abutment on Route west of at According to the Dan iel of RD Walnut an approaching car was left of causing him to veer off the road and into the Patrolmen said the other mo torist did not Sovilla and 3 other and along with were taken to Union The mother and daughter were then transferred to Aultman where Sovilla died at in the emergency Burk holder died Saturday Stark County Coroner Shahen ruled both deaths were caused by skull fractures and se vere cranial Three the 4 in See Page 11 Charge 3 In Auto Mishaps Dover police investigated I accidents over the long holiday all of a minor nature Neal of RD posted bond this morning as a result of an accident Friday night on N Wooster driving struck a parked car owned by John of 1000 4th New Anna of 1055 Union New Philadel was cited Friday morning for following too close after her auto struck the rear of one driven by Charles Lorenzoni of 614 llth New which was stoppec for traffic on Tuscarawas Damage was reported to both David of 115 E 14th was cited for excessive speed Sunday afternoon after his vehicle struck one driven by Harold of Newark who had slowed for a turn from Wooster onto 8th MISHAPS Among other accidents inves tigated by the State Patrol dur ing the hectic Memorial Day weekend was another one on Route 39 which hospitalized 2 elderly New Philadelphia resi dents and the driver of an auto which was towing a racing Jack of lost control of the racing car which was being towed by an auto driven by Doyle of RD at 6 just west of the Holmes County Tuscarawas County Adkins then lost control of his vehicle and went left of striking headon the eastbound car driven by Ervin of 131 4th New Philadel Ernest received face lacera tions and a fractured right leg and Adkins suffered hip and leg broken teeth and severe chest Elizabeth also re ceived severe face and hand All were admitted to Union Adkins was listed as this morning See Page 11 Surpass Current 415 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The nations traffic deaths during the Memorial Day week than a rec ord high for a threeday observ ance of the The death toll on the high ways from 6 local time Thursday to midnight Sunday was Belated reports were expected to boost the final Belated Total The record toll for the first holiday weekend of1 the spring topped the previous high mark of 371 set over the Memorial Day period in The Nation al Safety Council had made a preholiday estimate that be tween 410 and 490 persons might be killed in traffic accidents during the 78hour The heaviest toll was Sunday as millions of motorists jammed highways headed for home aft er Reports indicate nearly 150 persons were killed in accidents in the final 24 hours of the holiday Traffic fatalities during the holiday period compared to 418 traffic deaths during a nonholi day weekend of 78 from 6 May 14 to midnight May The Associated Press survey for the nonholiday period also showed 23 deaths in boating accidents and 73 persons a total of Boating deaths during the holiday period 16 while 40 persons The record death toll for Day hol iday was Page 6 Becky Hertzig DAY BRIGHTENER One of the first things a sub urbanite learns is that trees grow on Donald Swonger and Re becca valedictorian and of this years Dover High School graduation each were pre sented a certificate and trophy at the Recognition Day Assembly program this morn ing in the school Emmet Riley made the a son of and Robert Swonger of RD has maintained a He will attend Western Reserve University this following a premedical He has been awarded the Lions Club Elmer Hyde Memorial Scholarship of per renewable for 4 and also a scholar ship from the university which also is A 4year member of the Vis Swonger was chief op erator this last He also is a member of the National Hon or German Stadi um school news staff and served on the prom committee last Miss daughter of and Harold Hertzig of 200 Buckeye had a aver She will be entering Kent State University next fall and will pursue a career in elemen tary Miss Hertzig is a member of the Thespian Dover Troup Future Nurses Y National Honor German Club and the school news The other 8 Seniors of the top in order of their rank and Shown are Sandra Winkler Michael Bonnie who were among the rmmy Dover awards this Julie Tom Hiier and High students receiving who were presented certificates by Principal Robert were June Sandra Melanie Jennifer Sandra June Shirley David Dunn and John Joseph Dragovich introduced presidents of each Dover PTA Unit and presented the PTAs scholarship to Julia Helen Bair presented gifts on behalf of the College Club to the top 5 students who have maintained at least a aver Miss Miss Miss Winkler and Miss Cattabiani presented the Kiwanis Club awards to the out standing Senior boy and Michael Shryock and Sandra whose names will be placed on the Parsons made the Danforth Award to the 2 students which was a copy of the I Dare You State Board of Education award of distinction certificates were presented by Parsons to John James Ohio Judicial The Ohio Bar has initiated a proposal for re organization of the judicial a question which would be put to Ohio voters by legislative The Daily bus Richard Zin 1 has written part series on the selection of judges and the Bars prof The first article apft pears on Page 4 If David Jane Morris Rollie Varner and Kenneth Ya Jeanne chairman of the business presented the following certificates Gen eral Business Susan Richard Cercone and Douglas WiHoughby Consumer Econom ics Barbara Charles William Clinton and Jill Green Typing I Miss Hert Dick William Bord Bonnie LaFerre and Paula and Typing II Am elia English certificates presented by Paul chairman of the See Page 6 Weathervane FRIDAY High 61 Low 34 SATURDAY High 70 Low 54 YESTERDAY High 54 Low 52 Elsewhere In High Low 66 44 cloudy 70 51 cloudy 85 78 cloudy 67 48 cloudy 70 53 clear 90 72 TODAY 7 53 RAINFALL Lust 72 Hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 68 Low 4S Forecast Partly
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