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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Has To Be Summer Dover Sand I otters Launch Program See Page 11 4 mtF Thfc A Clear Independent Voice For The County 22 largest Circulation In Tnscarawas County June REPORTER HOME EDITION Serving Over Fa mil PHONE 42167 7 CMS Going over for the Fame Kreig Russell Glazer and Alga Weaver Agricultural Hall Of Fame Campaign Starts In County Tuscarawas Countians will be asked to pick up their share in construction of the Agricultural Hall of Fame and National Ag ricultural Center being con structed on a site west of Kan sas near Bonner The to be a living me morial and yeararound show place for agriculture and relat ed is designed to fo cus national on the role of agriculture in Americas present and Ohio has been asked to raise of the estimated 6rnil lion with the countys share being put at At a recent meeting oflocal representatives of farm and farmrelated organizations and businesses 100 per cent backing was given for the Officers named to head the county drive were George Krieg of New Russell Glazer of RD New Kienzle Ralph 7V of RD here died Monday morning jri Doc tors Hospital Massillon where he had admitted Saturdayfollowing V A World War I he had ridden his horse at the head of the Memorial Day parade and stricken during serv ices in Laurens A native he was a son of the late Gutav and Jacobine He was employed 3 years by Bolivar Central Ga rage now Graef Ford Sales prior to becoming post master 8 years Kienzle was a charter member of Amer ican Legion Post 190 here and of Jonathan Hare Barracks 1751 of A member of Pauls Lu theran he was a charter member of the local Lions with a 100 per cent attendance and a member of the See Page 8 Phila Man Reports Vehicle Vandalism Fred Marsh of 706 3rd New Philadelphia notified police at yesterday that someone had broken the aerial and outside mirror Jrom his car while it was parked in front of his Police also received a report from Skip Erickson of 749 High that a tachometer head and a set of total value at was taken from his car sometime The Wing vent glass was broken to gain entrance to the he secretary treasur and Alga Weaver of Dover information County urban am rural may contribute ti the Those making a dona tion of or more will be list ed in a file in the national cen Those not contactedby the drive committee can mail con tributions to the Cooperative Ex tension Office in the New Phila See HALL OF Page 2 Council Okays 6 following public hearings a which time no pros or cons were Dover Council las night approved ordinances on consider The lawmakers also adopted 3 otHer making 6 dur ing the 2hour and7niinute ses Passed under suspension of rules were ordinances detailing Rezpning Lots 354 and 355 within the city from R4 high density residence to B Port Motorist Faces Charges Charges of driving while in toxicated and disorderly con filed against Thomas of RD Port Wash were transferred to Cen tral District Court this morn ng by Mayor Joseph Pritz of New Philadelphia after Moore refused to sign a New Philadelphia police re ported that last night they or lered Moore to park his car Jecause he had been He consented but several min utes later police saw him driv ng and arrested him upon arrival at the po ice refused to submit o a blood After doctor arrived to examine Moore became abusive and olice He then was placed n Verdict Expected In Reardon Trial A jury verdict is expected business The lots were incorrectly labeled in the recentlyrevised zoning reg ulations and the change was to correct the Zoning of acres in the recentlyannexed Spiker Allot ment as R2 low density resi Zoning of acres of land owned by Maurice and Flor ence also recently an as R2 low Purchase for of acre tract from Ralph Toom ey for future development of land adjacent to the Water Works Establishment of commercial electric heating condi charges and a budget billing Authorization to advertise for and receive bids to enter into a contract for lowest and best bid der for general boiler and ma chinery insurance at various municipal The remainder of the meet ing was except for a brief battle of words between Auditor Derlin Miller and Solici tor Mario Corsi over the proced ure to be followed in the pur See Page 9 Thieves Take Auto Wheels Sheriff deputies are investigat ing a theft and 2 vandalism re Gary Hanni of 122 4th notified the depart ment at yesterday that 2 wheels and tires valued at were taken from his car while it was parked beside a service station in Lake Erie Electric of Lo slaughter trial of John Rear of RD Mineral who is charged in his twin Something must have is erecin8 on the new Green Gables Inter Penedto the power Reardon explained to the court with regard to the Or on April The trial was recessed brothers death in an accident I may have gotten too far and I couldnt turn yesReardon denied Prosecutor terday when it developed that Harlan Spies charge that he the Sheriffs Department had had been racing with his step not served subpoenas for 2 Hayes Wisman of RD nesses This morning the prose at excessive cution and defense presented speed before his car crashed final arpwents and Judge through a guard rati and down 14 T wroe rtVmwn infr a vina Both Reardon and his were thrown James Lawneck was to charge the jury sftep who was the sole defense took the stand jhe this still using a hi crutch because oj injuries rej curred on Routes east of died defend See Page new reported vandals had done approximately damage by throwing rocks at overhead lights about 30 feet in the Frances Kapitzky of Strasburg also notified the department yesterday that 8 sections of glass nad been shot out of her home with a BB The dam age was placed at As id Vote Eyed GOP Cue Strip Mine Injunction Case Begins Hearing on an injunction sui against a strip mining operation in Fairfield Township opene Common Pleas Judg Raymond Rice Bessie Day of RD 1 had filed for an injunction against Harold May of 1000 Ray NW and Casey Pompey pf 125 7th SW New and Bertha Waltz and Hazel Young of Can represented bj Arthur claims the in opening strip mining operation on the Waltz farm next to hers in Fair field have caused sul phur water to contaminate am pollute the clear water cree lowing on her Danny act g for the filed 2 motions for a directed verdic against the nformed Rice he was not fully prepared to defend the case iince he understood that the was only for a tempor ary Rice took under advisement Johnsons one of which contended that Day had no right by law to sue for an njunction since her claim al eged a nuisance created against her and not an ap Limbach suggested to the court that evidence would show he defendants had completely stopped the flow of water into he creek and this was a mat er of Boy J Girls Are Delivered NEW YORK 30year Id woman gave birth today to One boy and three girls were orn to Maria Peloro at Inter or General Hospital in Brook All the babies were elivered within half an The weights of the infants e 2 13 ounces he 2 pounds 2 8 unces and 2 13 The is an nemployed 2 Charged In Fight Charges of disorderly conduct ave been filed by Dover pojice gainst 2 Doverites as a result f a fight yesterday on Broad Police were called at to break up the argument etween Ward of 525 5th and Isaac f 343 5th St Moore was tak n to Union Hospital where he eceived emergency treatment or It Can Happen Possibly every come graduation secretly wishes as he approaches the rostrum to receive his the school official handing them out would stop and say Im There seems to have been an You ac tually are the top senior in the one of our best stu dents and deserving of considerable This never almost This morning John De who received his diploma last Thursday night at Midvale Highs was call ed to the principals of Because of an uninten tional error in his scho lastic was listed third behind JoAnn Goudy and Gail Cook in the class of 47 This Princi pal Charles Wiland pre sented Debevec a trophy as covaledictorian of his class A son of and John Debevec of ED New he attained a point average for his 4 years in high He was a 3year member of the National Honor a member of the New Philadelphia Kiwanissponsored Key Club and a class officer 2 He also was a track ster one s Debevec By DAVID LANCASHIRE NEW India AP ruling Congress party named mildmannered Lai Bahadur Shastri by acclamation today to succeed the late Prime Minister He pledged to work for Nehrus goal of a united Socialist Socialism is our Shastri said shortly after Con gress party members of Parliament named him their a designation which automatically carried nomination as prime gave no clue to he foreign policy he will pur He indicated high regard or Nehrus In lira a leading candi date for the foreign ministers Shastri wept as he recalled Vehrus death last week and aid of Gandhi Her con inued association with us will e a source of strength to all f He welcomed the support of ormer Finance Minister Mor rji his opponent who yielded after a determined five lay succession I am sure this will generate new confidence in the country nd will have an impact on the utside world Shastri Shastri said the partys im mediate task is to fight Indias biggest poverty and country nited and it is must remain important we Johnson Clarifies Role In Asia Early Story On Page 5 In this he WASHINGTON AP Pres read a letter which former dent Johnson said today the President Dwight Eisenhow Set Summer Hours The Dover Public Library is now operating on its summer with hours from 9 to 8 Monday and from 9 to 6 on Tues Wednesday and Thursday and from 9 to 5 Sat im of Honolulu talks on south ast Asiais to promote the ef ciency and effectiveness of imerican moves to stem the ommunist tide in that part of le Johnson said the future of all of southeast Asia is at stake in Laos and South Viet It is not just jungle warfare but a struggle for freedom on all he said in a state ment read to a news confer It was the Presidents first meeting with reporters since May Citing peace as the aim of er sent to the president of South Viet Nam in 1954 spelling out American It was a good letter then and its a good letter he who met with some 25 reporters in his de clined to be drawn into any ex tended discussion of southeast Asian He said he thought that should await com pletion of the Honolulu talks by top diplomatic and in telligence when Johnson was asked about a weekend state American Johnson said went by Melviu Laird the United States wiU keep that the American gov its word to help the people of South Viet Nam maintain their ernment has laid plans for car See Page 2 realize our grave responsibili ties toward the betterment of our he The issues are most vital for India is faced today with a great Shastri See Page 9 Man Fined On 2 Driving Counts UHRICHSVILLE Delbert of Greens pleaded guilty to charges of driving while intoxi cated and leaving the scene of an accident yesterday in South ern District County Judge Richard Musgrave fined him and 33 days in jail on the first charge with and 30 days On the sec ond he was fined with Both sus pensions were contingent on Hollis not appearing in court on a similar charge within 3 Fined In Store Theft A New Philadelphia Robert of 134 4th was fined by Mayor LpMoyne Luthy yester day afternoon after he pleaded guilty to petty larceny charges filed by Thomas man ager of Als Value The mayor suspended of the fine on condition Amity not appear in court on a similar charge for a ON THE INSIDE Around The World 14 Dear w Alvarez i Crane 21 Goren On Bridge 19 Hospital News Obituaries Sports Television is Womens Pages 8 9 Your Horoscope 21 9 2 11 12 Rockefeller In Showdown SAN FRANCISCO ifornia Republicans choose be tween Barry Goldwater and Nel son Rockefeller today in a lastinthenation primary thai may decide the kind of Repub lican the party will nominate for president in A turbulent finish climaxec the campaign for 86 pledgee delegates in a showdown be tween the professed conserva tism of the Arizona senator and the moderate credo of the New York Its a winnertakeall with no writeins Balmy quickening in terest in the presidential race and a partysplitting bat tle for the Democratic senatorial lomination were expected to bring out nearly 70 per cent of the states 4 million Democratic voters and million Republi Goldwater and Rockefeller closed their pounding drive Mon day night with final salvos as discordant as the rival victory disputing state wide polls which tabbed Rocke feller to repeat his May 15 Ore gon told an airport rally in Were going to Ive never been so confi who finished up two terminals away at the sprawling avoided any But his supporters remained optimistic that he would win fairly Police called for help when Rockefeller landed after a 12 mile aerial tour in which he continued to assail his opponents political views as ex About Half the persons in he welcoming crowd appeared o be Goldwater supporters who jooed Rockefellers assertion hat the senator has taken an mpulsive and irresponsible stand on the use of nuclear The longawaited decision by Republican voters will come aft er 7 8 in four Goldwater will await the re urns in Los Rockefell er in New Democrats had a choice to on whether to hand heir 154 national convention to opposing slates headed y Edmund Brown and jos Angeles Mayor Samuel Both delegations in brmally pledged to President The real Democratic battle in See Page 9 2 Complaints Checked Dover police received a call it last night that cars were wtrodding on Shafer and he but were unable o locate On another com police advised a TUB arawas resident to extin uish a trash Weathervane YESTERDAY High 67 Low 38 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low cloudy 67 54 clbudy 58 M cloudy 68 50 Des cloudy 68 51 cloudy 73 55 Los cloudy72 56 BO 41 clear 66 43 cloudy 74 56 63 49 TODAY 7 44 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW High 70 Low 48 Forecasf continued Frailer Resigns Park Board Post After 20 Years William Frazier of 411 New has announced his resignation from the Tuscora Park effective after approxi mately 20 years of service president of Ohio Savings Trust New will be succeeded by John Marsh of 254 Wa bash vice president and secretary of Marsh Wall Products Frazier has resided here since 1936 when he moved from Bel He and wife have 2 adult He has been ac tive in many community proj ects including the Fund and a 15year tenure on the New Philadelphia School County Garage Completion Is Seen By July County Engineer Charles Young announced yesterday that he expects the new county garage at 832 New Philadelphia to be completed by July He said he hopes all the noves from present location on High and from the offices in the Courthouse will be complet ed by The map section of the Engi neers Department will remain n the Young He understands that the vacat ed portion of his office there ias been marked for use by the County Found Not Guilty James of 323 2nd New was found not guilty of charges of unsafe operation filed by Robert 835 Fair New at a hearing before Mayor LeMoyne Luthy Urfer had charged his auto was damaged by ope driven by Munjas May 20 on Wooster Who Has The Box Brigadier William Murtaugh of the Salvation Army today ap oealed to return of a box con aining other valuables and vital medicine which was aken from the vestibule at the alvation Army Citadel last The items are the property of Barbara a i abetic of and hildren and Paul in of Banistei was injured in traffic accident in New Phila delphia and underwent treat ment at Union Her 7 and were cared for at the County Receiving Home and Tosh was billeted at the All were reunited Monday at the Citadel having receiv ed money for bus travel to Ken were waiting to depart when the box was We have been plagued by this sort of thing for some Murtaugh and we find it most disconcerting in our efforts to serve In this particular it is most We can help with i clothing but the other items are extremely important to the Banisters and We hops tfae box 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