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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Tentative Dover School Bud Boifd df The ifffiflftitMfttttttittt win tfetrtf ffl I target 6f let fflds fef tetiviiies ind granted m Hikes to idmiftislf alivi per The pwpesei budget will new to rowiittted te caiiftto Budget CdfBfflissien lot attended the public heating New teachers hired were Betty Brandt of who taught last year at Strug Firtt In Pint Photography Pint In News Coverage rwi THE will be assigned to an ee fflentary grade Mabel Martin of who has taught the last 4 years at earawasWafwiek Esther Clark of ftD who will be assigned to the Junior Highs Naftey McDonnell of RD who will teach in one of the elementary and David Parks of West who will teach biplogy and gen eral scienee and also assist as basketball and baseball Resignations from Donna another and Judith who was hired just this were Both were elementary Mil dred a longtime cook in the Dovef also sub 1s Accepting milled her A years leave of absence was granted 2 elementary Dorothy Hawk am Florence for the 196465 school Coaching stip ends and increments are as fol lows Richard head football 0 and for 2 weeks in Aupst and for assistant baseball Steve as sistant football and for 2 weeks and for head track James head basket 16 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew July 1964 REPO IITEII ball head baseball and assistant football plus for 2 weeks Thomas assistant football plus for 2 weeks Laurel assistant plus for 2 weeks and See SCHOOL Page 8 HOME EDITION Serving Over FamilSet PHONE 7 CENTS Race Melee Erupts In Texarkana AP A lakeside racial melee Sunday left four persons wounded by and 23 Negroes jailed en charges ranging from incit ing a riot to assault with intent to The violence erupted when Negroes swam in Lake Texar kana near here for the first time in large numbers since the passage of rhe civil rights They were confronted with dis gruntled and then angry At another area of the Whitets left the beach when a group of Negroes began swim The Cass sheiffs of fice at where the Ne groes were said Clifford Williams 21yearold was charged with as sault with intent to Most of the others including five were charged with Inciting a a sheriffs depu ty The most from Ark were jailed in lieu of bond each set Wayne One white man and three Negroes were wounded in the racial Lake Texarkana is five miles west of this northeastern Texas city on the Arkansas Some Negroes had swum in See Page 7 0 Park Caretaker Is Found Dead Deaths Hit Holiday Record Son Francisco is turning up for the deluge of Republicans already moving in on the GOP National Convention with such scenes as these at the house orchestra of the Red Garter goes through a practice session at Sally displays the newest in canned described as the right drink for conservative Goldwater Strategists Hold Firm Scranton Blitz Is Cold Gusttus Gust of 136 3rd New Phila was found dead by po lice early this morning in the hallway of his An autop sy report is but cause of death appeared to be a heart When Specht failed to report o work this morning as care taker of Schoenbrunn State Francis park asked to check Spechts Born in Auburn he was a son of the late Henry and Margaret He mov ed to New Philadelphia 8 years ago from He was a member of the United Church of Christ in Rag Survivors include a Lowell of RD Sugarcreek a Daniel Dougher ty of a broth Henry of Dalton and a sis Katherine Rausch of He was preceded in death by his a eon and 3 Services will be held Wednesday in the Evans FU neral Home with Yost Burial will be jn Ragersville Friends may call Tuesday from 7 to 9 at the funeral By JACK BELL SAN FRANCISCO Barry Goldwaters delegate lines held firm today while Pennsylvania William W Scrantons attempted blitz fo the GOP presidential nomina tioirfchowed no signs of catch ing With former Ambassado Clare Boothe Luce scheduled fo the spotlight plaf Goldwat er strategists remained so fident of his convention strength made no movetobreak apart the Ohio and Wisconsin favorite son delegations from which they might gain addition al As matters Goldwater had 710 publicly committed votes in The Associated Press a comfortable margin over the 655 necessary for the Scranton had 146 plus the 105 in the name of New York Nelson Rockefeller and 45 committed to Henry Cab ot now the Pennsylvania governors personal campaign There remained 186 uncom mitted delegates and 113 tied up Tour Park At Schoenbrunn Francis manager of Schoenbrunn State said today that visitors tpwred the parlt which is ow lie ysusJ turnout of of the Varied Calls Keep Dover Police Busy Among the many complaints received by Dover Police De partment over the weekend was an unusual one by a 5th She said someone had deposited a box containing 10 dead groundhogs on her front Reports of loud noises ac counted for several including 7 calls concerning il legal Others were of the sprinkler system alarm which went off at Dover Chemical someone using a power saw keeping neighbors awake and a group of young people causing a disturb ance near Union A man and a who were disturbing neighbors by using loud and abusive language on the were told to con tinue their argument inside their John of 913 Wal nut was bit on the hand by a dog owned by Donna Wai lick of 2J8 SlingJuff and treated by to favorite a relativel limited field in which could Of Goldwaters only a relatively smal number were firmly bound by primary or convention action but the others showed no signs of deserting There were reports Sunday that James Rhodes had released Ohios 58 votes from their firstballot commitment to him as a favorite These re were followed by others that John Byrnes woiilc turn loose the 30vote Wisconsin Ikes Brother Puts Scranton In GOP Race CHICAGO AP Wil liam Scranton of Pennsylvania announced today that Mil ton brother of the former will nominate Scranton at the Republican Na tional Convention next Scranton opened a news con ference with this statement I am delighted and pleased to announce that Milton Ei senhower will nominate me for president at the Republican Na tional Convention in San Fran Eisenhower knows about this and is very pleased about The general said that was the best news he heard Scranton spoke with reporters rly in a fast twoday appeal or Illinois support built around the civil rights Scranton opened a lastditch tampaign in the home state of Abraham He sought to jead off a firstballot nomina ion of his Barry oldwater of Arizona at the GOP Scrantons schedule today was urned over to oJdfashined See Page 7 DAY BRI6HTENER Only kisses and money eould e so loaded with germs til remain Either of these moves would have been in as a sign of panic on the part of Goldwaters manag Both were promptly de The Arizona senators camp claimed nothing in either But in each there are in dications that he would ge more than half of the votes i the delegates were freed of their favorite son Ohio State Ray Bliss said in an interview here that had no word from Rhodes of any change in thai states He said the delegation will caucus July 13 and might decide on a first ballot change then but he thought nothing would be done special before John assistant to the said it was not true that Rhodes had released his Lodge and See GOP Page 7 Commissioners Approve Phila Addition Move County follow ing a 30minute hearing approved a petition to annex 26 acres of land on Route 16 to the City of New The tract is located on the east side of Route ning near Wabash NE and continuing north in the Sev m Mile Council considered a routine will be need ed before it becomes part of the New Philadelphia Solicitor Donald Zimmerman ointed The only snag could come rom residents of the who appeared at the hearing today o air disapproval of the pro posed water and sewer lines Zimmerman explained that he city would do the work for per foot for water acijities and 4 for sewer It glso was apointed out that anyone with sufficient water and anitary facilities would not be See Page 2 486 Known Dead Total To Increase By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic accidents took a rec ord 486 lives during the three day Fourth of July The toll was counted across the nation during the 78hour weekend period from 6 Thursday local to mid night The heavy death toll com pared to the previous high of set in a threeday Indepen dence Day holiday period in There was a sharp increase in fatalities in the last 24 hours oi the 78hour holiday with more than 175 deaths reported The National Safety Counci had estimated the traffic deaths would total between 450 and 550 The until hac been hopeful that the final total would be below its preholiday But with millions of motorists homeward bound from resorts and the death rate rose far above the earlier Ohio Deaths at a Glance Traffic 21 Boating Drowning Miscellaneous Total 35 Ohios holiday traffic couldnt be called safe and but at least it wasnt any worse than what state safety officials had At least 21 persons died on Ohios highways over the 78 hour Fourth of July just short of the toll of 23 pre dicted by Highway Safety De partment It was the second straight holiday that traffic fatalities have been less than what offi cials During the re cent Memorial Day also 78 hours 16 deaths were Other types of accidents raised the states toll to at least At least five persons drowned and nine others perished in mis cellaneous accidents five of these in a single house fire in Ashtabula Thief Loots Coin Machine Dover police are investigat ng a theft from the coin changing machine at the Thrif yWash 218 Wooster The theft was dis covered at Jake Warther of 1014 Woos er reported someone had stolen a 6volt battery from a ruck parked in front of his Two lost billfolds were report id over the by Jimmy ear of East Sparta in the Joard and by Joald in Als Value Paul Harmon of 410 8th said he had lost a license number R 263 some where between Dover and At wood Police also have in posses ion a pair of eyeglasses which were found by a boy on his way home from Tuscora A MODERATELY SAFE WEEKEND Minor Injuries Dot County List It was a moderately safe July 4 holiday weekend on Tuscara was County roadways as only minor injuries were reported in 10 accidents investigated by state Four teenagers escaped seri ous injury at Sun day following a onecar mishap on Route south of New Phil when a car driven by John of 323 Winspear New Philadel went out of control and Injured were lac erations to his left knee his lacerated right elbow and possible neck whiplash injury Ellen Jane Har of RD cut left and Jo RD New lacer ated left All were released following treatment in Union Hospital where they were taken in a KasermanNaylor Officers said Chappells heav ily damaged car also broke ofi a utility He was cited for reckless In a mishap at 9 Friday night Parma Family Of 5 Burned As Stove Explodes In Tent A gasoline camp stove explo sion in a tent at Atwood Lake yesterday morning hospitalized a Parma family of All are listed as fair today in Union Admitted were Richard and his both of whom received burns to the legs and feet their spot and Kevin 11 burns to his feet and and a burns to her face and Tuscarawas deputies said County sheriff the incident oc curred about 1 when Cast took a gasoline stove into the tent because it was The stove exploded causing a flash destroying the tent and burning some of the cloth ing worn by the Cast is a science teacher at Parma High and he and his family were vacationing at the Also fair today after a tree fell on is Glenn 3 Are Injured In Phila Crash Three persons were treated at Union Hospital for injuries re ceived in one of 3 accidents in vestigated by New Philadel phia police over the holiday The trio was injured Saturday at when cars driven by Enos of 1026 Parrish and Donald of Strasburg collided at Ray and 2nd Police charged Blunt with failure to yield the rightofway at the Injured were and their and Jackie of Stras In another accident Saturday at Larry of Canton was cited by po lice for failure to yield the right ofway when his auto struck one driven by Darlene Swinder of RD New Phila Sunday at Sigh Marshall rammed the rear of an auto driven by Mabel of He sus tained a fractured pelvis and knee Treated in the emergency room over the weekend was Robert who receiv ed contusions and bruises to his right hip and left shoulder after he fell from a ladder while picking cherries at his RD Weathervane SATURDAY High Low 47 YESTERDAY High 82 Low 40 Elsewhere In High Low clear 97 88 rain 83 65 Los clear 80 60 89 75 New clear 85 64 clear 81 51 cloudy 76 70 San cloudy 52 clear 89 61 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 48 hours none TOMORROW High 87 Low 65 Forecast Partly possible on Route west of a car driven by John of RD struck a semitruck owned by Edgar Spring of New Philadelphia that was abandoned along the Patrolmen said the truck ap parently had been Miller suffered scalp lacerations while a Charlotte of Berlin suffered outs to her left right hand and lip A truck driven by Thomas of and an auto operated by Olin See Page T Pennsylvania Crash Kills Phila Native Services will be held Tuesday at 1 in the KasermanNay lor Funeral Home for Es ther Smedley 42 na tive of New who died in an hospital Thursday after being injured in an auto accident near Joseph Moesta of First Baptist Church will officiateand burial will be in East Ayenue Friends may call at the funeral home 7 to 9 Bradley and her hus who was in were passengers in a car driven by Dennis when it went out of control and struck a utility The Bradleys left Wooster a few months ago following their mar Bradley was a daugh of Jessie Elwood De Vore and also is survived by 5 sisters and 3 Dale June Farquhar of Uhriehs Eugene Betty Mil Francis Catherine Johnson and Corbett Ana jell Homer Robert and James DeVore of New William Helen Harrig of Eloswell and George of ler Isaac and 3 brothers are CR Leaders Resume Inspection Trips AP Ne gro leaders plan to move further into Mississippi today to inspect civil rights developments after quietly integrating several pre viously allwhite cluding two Officials of the National Asso ciation for the Advancement of Colored People registered with out incident Sunday at two downtown hotels and a then received service coffee shop of without Four unidentified Negro youths attended a previously all white movie theater and more than a dozen Negroes in several cars were served at a drivein cafe for At the all four tires on one car were slashed while its Negro passen gers were in Destruction Cose Dismissed Against Blunt Brothers Charges of malicious destruc tion of property filed against when the front brake cylinder Ernest and David Blunt were on Smiths vehicle police J Charles state field sec tne retary for the said the fourday civil rights inspection tour would continue today with the groups officials leaving Jackson for then a visit to Philadelphia in the afternoon and a mass meeting in Meridian The trip to Philadelphia ap Both are from wiJU be w si ttwss woru gjt Uie viJtege the bit Oa tt tot f wm city sttmm w be hostwg the Soap Box Derby Racers Face Inspection Saturday ta ta tfSfk The dertv s Gomty Sosp by JwJy W Saturday raj inspection ebjfk Pgrby Roys in the Class g competi tion ages li wA W are to to tfee top of Dsrby tljst day witi by i 2Lass A tages and 15 be at the site by U AJjl entrants mjjist have fee dffby from tbj of the rule book by itemized list of materials and costs for their racers in order to their reimbwrseweftt the The 57 boys expected to go down the hill the i sounds JvJy 19 wiU vote for their choice is Derby on The awards gasfeord wiJJ 8 ofl Jujy i dismissed for lack of evidence Friday in Northern District Court by Judge Charles The charges were filed by George Kaiser of 115 Wooster who claimed the 2 brothers had set smor held at Elks Com petitors wiU be fed free and a S3 per piste charge will be wade for aJi others A represeatatiys of Chevrolet Division will be guest speaker and the Perby Queen wiU ban die the awards Open to ths reserva tions for the dinner may be made by The underway with a parade at followed by the tradition al Oil Can Derby between Mayor LeMoyne Lu The pair had pleaded inno cent June 23 and were placed in County Jail when they were unable to post defending to 1 to 7 years on charges New Philadelphia s Mayor cattle rustling and 3 days seph who will make bis first trip down the The first race is expected to start at I later broke out of County Jail with Gilbert fte was captured 8 near parently will concern the case of three civil rights workers missing since June The trio vanished after their release from where they had been See INSPECTION Page ON THi INSiBi Dear Abby 13 Your 15 Goren On 15 Hospital 7 Obituaries Television 5 Sports w i   

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