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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                f fepNetefi Ripdrter Photography A Better Newspaper VOL 60V Latest Circnlation In Tasearawas County DoverNew Jufte HOME EDITION PHONE 44167 7 CMS WELCOME t5 COUNtY Postmaster Jack Rancher left of Uhrichsville William business manager of Brick and Clay Workers Postmaster General John Gronouski and Eugene international representative of the clay hold a short discussion following the postal chiefs arrival at DoverNew Philadelphia Airport this morning for daylong Clay Week Uhrichsville band was on hand to welcome Gro Frank Bow was scheduled to ac company him from Washington but was detained because of vital legislation up for vote in the Gronouski was to inspect Dovers new post office facilities pictures on Page 16 this 9 Are Injured In 2Car Mishap Near Bolivar Nine including a 4 were involved in e 2oar accident last night a mile west of Bolivar on River dale Eight were treated at Union Hospitals emergency Stark County deputies reported Estell Newsome of RD was traveling west and his car was hit head on by one operated by Harold of who was cited for crossing the cen ter Newsomes occupants were his who re ceived multiple abrasions and contusions 2 lacerations of and multiple abrasions a James no injuries Watsons Nan abrasions of legs and loose and Watsons 2 chil 4 and no Newsome was cited for driving with fic titious license Browns auto contained Terry brother of Estell who received contusions of the The only other case in the emergency room last night was Gary of 204 who receiv ed cerebral concussion and min or facial abrasions when a car driven by his hit a pole last night at Woos ter and The father told police a pet monkey tried to jump out a window and he reached for it and lost Navarre Man Held To Jury For Bad Check Judge Charles Eckert of Northern District Court in Do ver had a busy Thursday after He held William of formerly of to the Grand Jury on a check charge dismissed 2 as sault and battery cases and con tinued 2 destruction of property Griesen pleaded innocent and waived preliminary hearing on a charge of writing a check without sufficient Prose cutor Harlan Spies filed the charge after another bad check charge against Griesen had been Appeal Denied ForBartolas Byron operator of Barneys Tavern next to the courthouse in New has lost his appeal to the 5th District Court to set aside the 1day suspension of his liquor The Appellate Courts entry the received by the clerk of courts today affirmed the decision of Common Pleas Judge Lamneck on At that Lamneck upheld the ruling of the Ohio Liquor Control Commission The Tuscarawas County Board which had suspended Bartolas of Elections office will be Bartolas had been found ed all day Clerk Vicguilty of selling beer to a 16 yearold girl on April Since the August Bar Jennie Cole will attend one day tolas has been fighting against the commissions stating Griesen remains under See Page Elections Office Closed Tuesday of the 3day conference of the Ohio of Election Officials that the hearing had been un composed of the Board of Elec i 1 II tuy clerks from all 88 Ohio coun Matters pertaining to the corn lug presidential election in No will be Two of the nearly 30 persons welcoming were Debbie Ruffini daughterof and John and Karen daughter of Mayor and Robert of LeMoyne luthy of Dover was among county mayors who were ROYALTY AND DIGNITARIES Clay Week Parade Set Tonight UHRICHSVILLE Music minority leader who reLeague of Postmasters of Ohio dtlrt i i beauty and officialdom abound tonight when the annual staged Clay with unHs Week parade approximately will cently was elected president of and WiJiam assist 15th the Ohio AFLCIO Eugene ant regional director for the international vice Post Office The varade will move at is 90 school bands performing will be Port Jewett and Lake Heading the beauties will be Peggy Miss Leone Miss Ohio State Johnson Clayland last and the 11 entrants in this years Heading the dignitaries will be Postmaster John Gronouski State Frank McCraken of pres ident of the National Associa tion of Postmasters of Ohio Farltnci Humbart of president of the National fair in the girls testimony tions clerks and depwas accepted against him with f 11 nn out further Lamneck ruled that the com missions order had been sup ported by and president of the United Brick and and Sam Ez Kentucky of he rwu iii in tiiu ui schedulFrom there it will proceed to e Vt an Howard Water and the north of ceremo mU will be master Thp massed play the National olav Weathervane YESTERDAY High 80 Low 52 TODAY 59 RAINFALL Last 24 hours None THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low cloudy 80 59 clear Los cloudy 82 60 84 77 80 61 75 52 85 64 63 53 84 63 cloudy New clear clear clear San cloudy clear TOMORROW High 92 Low 60s Forecast Sunny and Dear Abby Your Horoscope 19 Around The World 9 Goreo On Bridge Hospital News 2 2 Television 14 Sports 11 12 Womens Pages 8 9 probative Crane 19 Alvarez from in to 3rd in on to FLORIDA VIOLENCE HITTING NEW HEIGHT By PAUL WILLS Bryant bypassed a federal court AP hearing at where Bryant flew to he had been ordered to appear Augustine today for an inspec tion of a racial revolt situation not be held in reaching a new height of vio A screaming mob of hundreds Bryant placed a ban on night of whites attacked civil rights demonstrations at Augus marchers night and The judge had held pre the integration Uar viously that such a ban violated tin Luther said only the freedom of speech and as refusal of Negroes to retaliate sembly the city from a bloody night of Inflying to Four Nabbed In Thefts Try At Parts Firm Three men are in New Phila delphia city jail today and a 17yearold Uhrichsville boy is in the Detention Home after they were found stealing auto parts at Waltons Wrecking last night and early this morn Police Chief Louis Clark iden tified the trio as William of RD Uhrichs and his no age and Jerry Merry a formerly of Clark said Gene Walton would file larceny charges against the 3 adults in Central District County Court and delinquency charges against the Police were tipped off on the theft try at when an ploye of Waltons said 2 men were irt the Merrymari and William El Brehm were picked up by Dep uty Robert Mosley on Broad way following a 4hpur stake out of the junkyard by police from New Dover and the sheriff Both men late this morning gave police a full statement on also and the Merryman implicated WalterBrehm the The other 2 fled when ap proached near Kramers Res taurant They were ar rested about today while hitchhiking on High Clark indicated the juvenile admitted being in the lot 3 See Page Rubbish Schedule City trucks will pick up rub bish on the following schedule mh and then east to the Monday 3rd north to stadium where George De Slingluff Tuesday E Slingluff to north limits of city I rf 4C46C4 la wjl Wednesday Slingluff to located had some bearing on the north limits of Thursday permit i ft i i m indusiy officials will be Front to Slingluff ored wid Gronouski will give a to show cause why he should Judge Bryan Simp son had issued the order after The governor went to Nation al Guard headquarters here to set up an office for conferences with community He did not say whether he would talk with Kings About 30 persons were treated or examined at a and one was admitted for a rib frac after Thursday nights as Two Negroes and eight whites were King said that he appealed to the White House for help at the height of Thursday nights me lee and was assured the matter would be He fre quently has called for federal T No Explosion Seen By Disappearance By MICHAEL SMITH President Johnson ordered the AP sailors from the nearby Meridi factfinder Allen an Naval Air Auxiliary Station Dulles says he doesnt see any to join the search late likely explosion in this Deep One hundred sailors teamed South state over the baffling dis appearance of three civil rights pi highway patrolmen to wallow kneedeep in mud through sailors joined state and snakeinfested Another i y i federal officers again today to comb this eastcentral Mississipduty at their pi area for any clues to the Michael and missing since last Andrew both of New York and James Cha a Meridian were last seen Sunday night when re leased from jail here after pay ing a speeding The only clue to their myster ious disappearance was the find ing Tuesday of their burnedout wagon 17 miles north east of former director of the Central Intelligence was expected to brief President Johnson today on his mission to Dulles returned late Thursday night to Washington after two days in this I dont see any likely explo Dulles told an im See Page Hillyer To Head Campaign In County Area Oliver Bolton of former publisher of The Daily Reporter and Republican candidate for congressmanat announced today the ap pointment of Hudson Hillyer of Uhrichsville as his campaign chairman in Tuscarawas Coun Plaza Lounge Given Permit A permit for onpremise con sumption of wine and low percentage mixed drinks has been granted The Lounge at Miracle Lane Plaza shopping center by the Ohio Liquor De The license was issued this week after an earlier denial was Robert DeWire and Kenneth op erates the contiguous Village Green are partners in The Lounge The state liquor department had denied the permit when of ficials discovered the shopping center area previously was in Dover which is No local option was con ducted after the area was an nexed to the City of as is required by Three shopping center A P and Gray Drug Store hold carryout permits for beer and DeWire and who had legal coun appealed on the strength of those All permits are issued for a year and DeWire said he under stood that the fact that there are no residences in the annex ed area on which the Plaza is The which accommo Fnday and Saturday Downdates 40 now is in GOING STRONG AFTER 55 YEARS Williams Jakes Ne w Step Fiftyfive years in the furni ture and still going strong Tuscarawas Coun tys senior furniture At tie Williams will swing open the doors to his newly decorated store at 127 High New to stage a grand opening from 2 to 9 Though he has not yet unveil ed the front display windows of what was once the Montgom ery Ward the new alumi num with the modernistic store and the 41foot marquee to protect shop pers in inclement all give promise of the tremend ously attractive revamping that has been done within the new What has prodded the semi diminutive merchant into this venture at an age when so many businessmen are thinking of or have done so many years before For one he loves the business he is Just watching NEW jj j uipiwin 11 ILIIjji in Attie tits at bis crowded pondering one of the many problems invloved in the move into hit new furniture tore at 197 High New with FBI agents and Mississip 100 sailors were on standby currently serv ing his third term in the represents the llth Congressional District and is a member of the House Banking and Currency an attorney and vice president of the Clay City Pipe is vice chairman of the Tusoarawas County Republican Executive He has been a member of that group for the past 12 Reeves Employes Get Big Purse For Vacations More than 400 vacationing Reeves Steel employes have the wherewithal to fully enjoy leisure time during their vaca tion which begins Total payments to Beeves workers today will gross well over In addition to reg ular todays payment will include regular vaca tion pay based on the employes Vacation pay ranges from one to 4 The thirdquarter segment of the new extended vacation plan also is being paid with those employes eligible receiv ing a total of 10 weeks vacation during I he Approximately 90 employes will receive extended vacations this year with others becoming eligible for 2 to 6 weeks within the next 5 DAY BRIGHTENER Free loader Guy who waits outside a revolving door for someone else to do the marshals For the first time in three weeks of almost daily confronta Slate Police were openly On at least two oc angry whites surround ed isolated groups of state troopers and tried to seize Ne gro The Negro parade moved into the downtown square exactly like others which have been The proposed route went around the side of the square in which at least 200 whites were See Page School Study Group Meets On Wednesday The date of the Tuscarawas County School Consolidation Study Group original ly set tentatively for July 2 in Stone CreekJefferson High has been changed to July at Participating southern county school systems include Newcom erstown Exempted Gna Sa Stone Creek and TuscarawasWarwick Lo Each school is entitled to send 2 of its board members and administrative head as rep resentatives to the exploratory Featured Wednes day night will be Sam Hicks and 3 of his staff from Re search Division at Ohio Uni plus several experienc ed school who will outline possible survey plans for a redistricting of tho area involved and attempt to answer questions from the The meeting will be the fifth in a series of rotating ences on school reorganization in southern Tuscarawas 3 juveniles Get Probation Three juveniles were placed on probation this morning by Ju venile Judge Ralph Finley after appearing on various David of HD received a years proba tion for his part in the May gas theft at the Wilmer Kader ly farm on Ridge near New Fox has held in the Detention Home since a hearing last Judge Finley told the youth I sent you there Home to get a taste of what it is like to be without your If you dont live up to it proba expect to find yourself You got your first break when the bullets didnt get Kaderly shot at the own ed by Foxs as it was leaving his Youre lucky to be Judge Finley Your school record isnt good because you dont want to apply calling attention to a report sup plied by high school Thomas of Schoen also involved in the recently was fined and ed to 20 days in County Jail by Central District County Court Judge Richard Richard of was placed on proba tion for 6 months after admit ting he threw a bottle out of See Page THERE ARE DOLLARS IN YOUR CLOSET Clean out your or for that matter your ment or Then sell unwanted items by calling The Classified Ad number More people sell more things every day with Reporter   

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