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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1964, Dover, Ohio Dover Husband Eagerly Await Return To Missionary Duties Kleinhens Set South Viet Nam Takeoff Sunday South Viet Nam is a place most prefer to stay away from but not a Cover woman and her and Fred Kleinhen and 2 children are anxiously waiting for 8 Sunday to Thats when theyll de part from AkronCanton Airport on their return trip to a mis sionary post where they served Kleinhen is the ter of and Homer Krebs of 324 10th and the missionaries have been visiting here several Since arriv ing back in the States on fur lough they have been living in Thats where they re cently adopted 2 Rach 10 and 7 The couple met at Taylor Uni where both were grad and were married in Kleinhen is a grad uate of Stone Creek High while Kleinhens home town is Sent out under the Mission ary Board of the Christian Mis sionary the Kleinhens will serve a second term of 5 years before returning to the Their post of duty is at a South Viet Nam sea coast After stopping 2 nights at Honolulu and 3 at Hong the missionaries will arrive at their destination July The Kleinhens are anxious to return to their missionary Kleinhen under a compulsion to evangelize that portion of the world for Christianity and to pay a debt which we feel we owe to Asked what he thought of the South Viet Nam the missionary answered wUh con siderable especially CHARACTER OF HOLIDAY CELEBRATION HAS CHANGED And Kleinhen And Adopted Children Many Area July 4 Events On Agenda By Kay Williams Dally ttepor ter Staff Writef Many communities have ned festivities for the Fourth of July offering holiday attractions within a short eling But the character of the day has changed since grandpas Perhaps the most joyous Fourth the county ever experi enced was in 1861 at Camp Meigs at the Sol diers of this area who had been recruited after the fall of Fort Sumter on April 12 had tri umphantly returned after quering what later was to come West With patriotic fevef running hight area residents joined the soldiers in the The parade at the Fairgrounds in cluded the Dover Union Shanesville Ragersville Stigarcreek Sugarcreek Shanesville Mineral Point Compa Fairfield Company and Gnadenhutten Following 4 heartrend ing years of Civil the day was especially in the with more zeal than Holiday Death Estimate 450 To 550 BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Millions of Americans took to highways bent on a leisurely observance of the long Independence Day weekend away from The weather was not ideal for highway travel in about onehalf of the country because there was a threat of scattered show The National Safety Council estimated that more than 83 mil lion motor vehicles will travel billion miles during the threeday observance of the hol This is 300 million miles over the total travel during a nonholiday period of the same Between 450 and 550 persons may lose their lives in traffic accidents during the period that starts at 6 local time and will end at midnight See Page 11 The size of firecrackers increased as did the oratory fireworks of July 4 who denounced England With more fire than ever because of their sympathy to the But with World War t and England as our the anti British oratory was no longer Firecrackers and other noisemaking devices were still highly popular with the youth of the land until the nual Independence Day death toll grew to the point that most cities and then states establish ed a ban on fireworks and pro hibited their use except as pub See AREA Page 9 THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION 20 Largest Circulation In Tnsearawas County DoverNew July 1964 SerVIng Over Famiffet PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Sweeping CR Provisions Receive Immediate Test WASHINGTON AP The civil rights bill is the law land today and civil rights groups immediately began test ing whether its sweeping pro visions against discrimination can break generations of racial barriers in North and Three hours after the House sent the legislation to the White Mississippi Paul Johnson cautioned that he ex pects some real trouble when Negroes seek to desegregate public accommodations in that Deep South Hardly was the Presidents signature dry before civil rights organizations announced plans to see if the law opens to Ne groes the doors of since there have been 2 changes this effort to bring justice and of government since he left thehope to all our Christian he See Page 11 House theaters that had Johnson signed it with an closed to peal to all Americans to join Be ready to make a start even though a modest From the South came 4th declared instructions lions the new laws constituto Southerni chapters of the Con tionallty will be quickly chal will ask Congress for more money to add more lawyers to its civil rights In his address on signing the broadcast by radio and tel the President stressed that the law first relies on vol untary compliance to achieve its goal of striking down racial bar riers in public accommodations and federally aided The White House attended by civil rights leaders and the Republican and Demo cratic leaders who steered the See CIVIL Page 9 Ticket Sales Launched For The Tavern Tickets are now on sale for The George Co hans oldfashioned melodrama which will star Cleveland TV radio Bill in 2 Saturday night perform Juy 25 and in Dover High Theater parties of 10 or more may reserve tickets by calling Alvin Moser 59942 orv Andrew Struhar 39974 before July the date reser vations will begin for the gener al All tickets will be and are available from any Dover Jay cee the Jaycee Wives or Community or the following business locations Barr Drug in Reeves Ho tel at New Buck eye Hotel at Houg Ian Drug at and Mid daugh Printers at A limited number of tick ets will be sold for each per formance according to ticket co Melvin Caro lyn Lazjer and Robert Burk Jaycee Wives will man a ticket booth during the Down town Dover sidewalk sale July or mail orders may be sent to Bill Box Gordon is serving this week and next substitutehost on the Paige Palmer seen on Channel 5 Shopping Center Land Is Optioned George Rjsche said to day that Uma contractor M pingledine has taken an option pn land he owns at Schoenbrunn for construction of a flmUHoJi shopping Rasche said a final decision by Pingledine is anticipated in ON THE INSIDE Pear YESTERDAY High 88 Low 66 Elsewhere In High Low clear 97 66 cloudy 93 70 cloudy 88 66 Ks clear 85 60 clear 86 81 iw cloudy 91 75 cloudy 83 64 cloudy 90 69 San rain 62 52 T cloudy 92 72 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW High 87 Low 65 Forecast Sunny and DAY BRIGHTENER For some the future seems to get here quicker than it used gress of Racial Equality for probing racial policies in places of public The swiftest test came outside the Deep Kansas One minute after the legislation became a CORE sitin was launched when a young Negro couldnt get a haircut in a hotel Down in the a spokesman for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Com mittee said integrated groups were served for the first time in at least seven establishments Thursday Officials charged with enforc ing the law are hoping for wide spread voluntary But the government is prepar ing for courtroom battles and the Justice Department soon Dive Wasnt Cause Of Strimbu Death Coroner Philip Doughten to day ruled that the death of Bob by son of and Charles Strimbu of 317 Front New at Tuscora Park pool last Fri day was due to natural Cause of death was a berry aneurysm ruptured blood ves sel in the brain and not by his fall into the Doughten The death tentatively had been attributed to a believed caused When the boy made a dive and his head hit the bottom of the Indictments Against Pair Are Dismissed A Common Pleas court entry that almost went unnoticed has without r e c o Grand Jury indictments against 2 Canton men that had been pending since their innocent pleas en On a motion by Prosecutor Harlan Spies on June Judge Lamneck signed dismis sals in the cases of Ralph Nel son and Willie both The entries read It appearing to the satis faction of the court that the prosecutors office does not have sufficient credible evidence to convict the defendant of the counts contained in the indict ment still against it is or on motionof the prose cuting attorney that this case be dismissed without The 2 men had been indicted on on 7 counts which involved grand breaking and entering and auto After their innocent heir Kenneth Ferrell of New Page 7 StayAtHomes Can Enjoy Too Fourth of while it doesnt seem to create much patriotic bring forth a kind of mass nos talgia among The they just doesnt seem to mean much Renjenjfeer fcow it used to be 4e4 tkey lawck of fijfi Sport II pages 11 U t U 3 U 1 ofl tbs lam family pie exJiibitiofl bssebsJl works sad most of aJi fire firewrta any accidents with and I cant recall any The night display was controlled by some adult or older boy while rest of us were relegated to the role of exclaim ing over piowhefils and niaa caadjles aad As J was asver allowed te spark Werent ftey fua att pestering m havent fax tte first firefly LUCK WAS WITH HIM Donald of Brewster escaped with contusions and possible back injuries last night at on Route southeast of when a guard rail sliced through his auto after he lost con Otto was thrown out and over an embank landing about 35 feet from the accord ing to the State Approximately 60 feet of the rail went through the entering the right door and exiting through the left rear of the Paul Smith Breyers File Court Action To Decide Property Rights Russ Stricken In Is Poor1 UHRICHSVJLLE Russell of the Buckeye Hotel is isted in poor condition today n Twin City Hospital after he was found having difficulty ireathing last night while sit ting jn a parked suto at 3rd and Main Witnesses reported they hought Kelley was but m Paberfco of arrish said KeiJey had made an attempt to motion to When Paberkp got to the Kelley complained of his arm hurting and asked for a A by stander summoned the firemen with a resuscitator and he was taken to thg hospital in a Ubr icbHostettier ainj agent for United pHey also 13 con cession at the Midvale He was an unsue cessM for county ai tke May pri Theodore and Helen Breyer of 419 Union New have filed for a declaratory judgment by Com mon Pleas court concerning their rights to property involv ing acres in Go shen and York The Breyers had delivered an oil and gas lease on the proper ty on to John Waters of West In the lease was reassigned to Jean Seuter of In todays the Brey ers claim the lease expired after a 5year but that as trustee and has refused to cancel AU drilling for oil and gas has long since ceased on the prem ise although oil and gas well equipment was aban doned The in asking for the judgment on property further request the cancelation See FILE Page 2 BY CHARLEY DICKENS A Hie a man with Pilot Escapes Injury In Area Force Landing Samuel Copenhaper of escaped injury at 10 tins morning after force land ing his singleengine plane near a kind heart was deeply impressed by the turnCounty lload 62 Just south Store Ticketed1 By Meat Cutters pickets of friends for the of ruscarawas resenting Meat Cutters District his new furniture store on State patrolmen said Union has not re1 High in New reportedly a student pi duced the holiday weekend grois a community with a lot making a solo crosscountry eery sales at Buehlers Markethe on 3rd in accord1 ing to Manager John had exhausted his fuel supply That idea of a 25mile speed Copenhaper told patrolmen he Pickets have been in the limit in the Union Hospital had circled Dennison and lot since vesterdav nuw signs being believing they were store because it does not em ploy members of the Gordon Erode Of Nctown Dies NEWCOMEHSTOWN Gordon wellknown resi dent of H4 Chapman died at this morning in River side Methodist Hospital at following an extended He was coowner with a of the Brade Construction Funeral arlwhen copies were submitted to w j 0 1XT passing out handbills requesting a fine The next thing Dover and New customers not to patronize the to get drivers to observe trying to spot the municipal air No One At Hearing SUGABCREEK Township Trustee Ora Miller said this morning that no one attended That Boulevard has become something of a race with a few big trucks chief competi Which reminds us as Ontrary did the other rajogements are funeral in charge of the public hearing held last say thai police dont have to use night on Sugarcreek Townships radar to catch The proposed 1965 The hear1 laws being broken in broad day ing was wellpublicized by Like the big bus heading eral stories which resulted for New Philadelphia over Tus carawas at 45 miles an usually about county officials before the hear The which went in a field on a farm occupied by Emerson waj considerably Copea haper reportedly No Paper Saturday In order to to tke witb ii i
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