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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Shanesville Hears Sesqui CelebrationSee Tusearama Saturday ff Reporter Columnlit Marlow Is A Pulitzer Prfet Winntr THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION Largest Circulation In tearawas County Ohfc July Serving Over PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Goldwater Begins Charting Course For Presidential Campaign Rab Personal Aide Gets National GOP Position By WALTER MEARS SAN FRANCISCO Barry charting a presidential campaign course for the Republican party he now puts his men at the helm today after a triumphant call to the conservative Goldwaters acceptance ad dress at the GOP national con vention Thursday night was an outline of the tenets he pro punctuated with slaps at President Johnson and the It won a fiveminute ovation from stomping dele Then Goldwater and his running William Miller of New stood to gether to take the Goldwater goes to to shape the Republican organization that will guide his campaign for the White He will go before the new Re publican National an organization he has designed to run the campaign And the committee will ratify his choice of 36yearold Dean a attor as its new Miller has held the The whole purpose is make this a tool for the election of Barry said The partys operating chief has been second in com mand of Goldwaters Denison the head said he will serve as general di rector of the Senators cam Vowing to tattle to victory in Goldwater told the convention Thegood Lord raised up this mighty republic to be a home for the brave and tp flourish as the land of the not to stag nate in the swampland of collec to cringe before the bullying of The tide has been running against Goldwater and he promised to re verse Goldwater It is the cause of Republicanism to re mind ourselves and the world that only the strong can remain See CHARTING Page 5 Hennis Given Probation By Judge Lamneck Harry former Dover insurance escapsd at 1 to 7 Ohio State Penitentiary sentence in Common Pleas Court this morning after making titution of to John Reicosky of Judge Lamneck placed Hennjs on 5year ting aside his previous July 7 prison At that Hennis was told that probation would be considered if he made resti tution within a week to Rejcos fcy on i larceny by tncjj vietjoa returned by a jury June Wr Judge in ordering thf said Ordinarily this court would not consider when 3 large of s He that the court tak tog tais Cont Ordered let fll is thiak pel ssss jteg twtiojo srtit gcJMiJJy f Ttus is sal the an the eluded that Hennis IHHKMFnp make the Derby Royalty Deigning queens normal ly do not wear hel mets when they make their but thejr do fuss in front of a Glenda 15yearold daugh ter of Mr and however as she for her reign SundSywat the sixth annual Soap Box Derbyscheduled at New V Seeing herself is no Just ask her twin There also is an other Glen dawill be a sophomoreat Creek High this In her selected by the 51 derby entrants from 8 are Rita Jo daughter of and Robert Roush of 129 2nd arid Brenda Festii daugh ter of and Frank Festi of 1231 Dover Bliss May Move From Ohio Chair SAN FRANCISCO AP There appeared some uncertain ty today that Ohio GOP Chair man Ray Bliss would remain on as chairman during the up coming battle for the pres who previously had ex pressed a profound disinterest in the wouldnt discuss that possibility with newsmen and that fact left observers wondering what his eventual de cision would There was some ment among the Ohio delega tion that Bliss was passed over for the post of National chair man being vacated by William the GOP vice dential until the San Francisco convention had been one of the top prospects for Millers On the Ohio Republican delegates appeared satisfied with the GoldwaterMilier ticket DAY BRIGHTENER Thousands of women live in a shoe that fits them tightly they dont know what nominated at the Many of the Ohio delegates said frankly they didnt know too much about but were willing to accept him as the vice presidential choice of Goldwa Roger speaker of the Ohio said he did not make up his mind until about two weeks ago to go for Gold See Page 9 drive and the 2 cars Phila Autos In Collision New Philadelphia police vestigated an accident day at at Tuscan was and Ray NW where a mixedlip turn signal was the apparent Police said a car driven by an Richard of 214 fn T of 6th NB attempted to pass w7a P16 said one on the right driven by Dean of 340 Tuscans at 8nd and Ray was Sever was in a right turn into a private Reports GQfQline Theft Immunization Program Set For 90 Days A 90day quarantine and com pulsory immunization of all dogs in Tuscarawas County will go into effect immediately as a re sult of action taken by the Board of Health at a special meeting last The action was taken in an ef fort to stem what is termed a rabies epidemic in the county and to protect the well being of residents in the according to Norman Alice New Phil adelphia health said the City Board of Health is not involved in the quarantine and immunization program as The board does not meet until July 30 and would not take any action to participate before she adding that New Philadelphia has not had trouble with The resolution establishing the quarantine was passed under Section 95526 of the Ohio Revis ed The penalty section of the code provides for fines up to for those violating a Board of Health Immunization clinics will be set up throughout the county with the cooperation of the board and El den Krantz of speaking for veterinarians yester said the innoculations would be given at a reduced price at the Owners of dogs will have a 30 day period to accomplish the initial immunization the clinics are set All dogs 6 months of age or older must receive the which are ef fective for 3 years and require a booster after that The quarantine requires that dogs cannot run at large except those that have been immuniz ed and are under the direct con trol of their It would not affect dog trials as long as the dogs entered have been innoculated and are controlled by their handlers ing the it was The quarantine can be extend ed at the end of the riod if the rabies threat has not subsided Miller The board also considered ex tending the quarantine and im munization to cats but decided See Page 2 Cited In Phila Crash Roy Chatt of 413 1st was cited for fail ure to stop within assured clear distance by New Philadelphia police this morning after his of Harold owner and operator of the bot tling and distributing portion of the Steele Dairy points out a section of his land which he is John Hogue of RD Do 3B 91 Sever told police he did not notified sheriff deputies late remember if he had given a this morning that a Jock had signal gnd Pglpigz said he did been broken on gas storage MAT CAa Qrlir CtrrMol 4nttlr J W Iff T V w T M V7QV not see any No sitations tank and an undetermined County School Consolidation Survey Shelved Plans were temporarily shelv ed for a proposed school survey of 7 sys tems Newcomerstown Salem Stone Creek and at last nights session of the School Con solidation Study Group at Port Representatives of the 7 school districts will meet with the County Board of Education 3 at the regular scheduled meeting at which time sugges tions for mapping a definite di rection for solving the districts problems are expected to be County Laws re ported officials of the State Department of Education re garded the price tag of the Ohio Universityconducted survey on local school reorgan ization as too costly an under taking considering the limited area He added that the department had suggested the figure be placed in the 1965 county schools budget request to be filed in Speaking for the state depart Byron assistant superintendent of public said a possibility exists that Ohio might underwrite two See Page 9 Office Corkers In Short Supply Ohio AP Greatest number of job ings in Ohio during the second quarter of J964 were for men as drafts men and tool and die according to a report made to James Rhodes The report was made by Wil 1 W lard administrator an of the Bureau of Unemployment in the process of reclaiming during one of the many wagon tours at yesterdays Farmer For a Day 150 Tarmers For A Day Tour Dover Area Dairy Farm Approximately 150 attended the seventh annual Farmer For a Day Field Meet yesterday afternoon on the Steele Dairy Farm at RD operat ed by and James Steele and their son and daugh and Harold Pomona and subordinate granges of the in co operation with the Agricultural Extension sponsored the days program and chicken Each grange master and his wife selected 2 city or village couples and each Pomona offi cer invited a city couple for the purpose of acquainting them with the many changes which have taken place in agriculture over the past 20 Steele Dairy Farm is unique in that milk is produced and bottled at the the only one of its kind in the county and one of the few in The elder Steele operates the milks the cows aridsells the milk to hisson who bottles and distributes it to his At present 46 cows are be ing milked and more Ohan 400 residents depend upon the dairy for their and oats are raised on the 183acre The days events started with a wagontour of the farm with Steve Turner of the county Soil See Page 5 Weathervane YESTERDAY 87 Low 61 Elsewhere In High Low cloudy 65 4Q clear 92 70 cloudy 84 66 Los cloudy 83 60 rain 81 89 67 61 74 56 70 63 clear clear San clear cloudy 92 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 92 Low 68 Forecast Fair and Marshals Refuse To Take Freedom From Sam Ohio AP More days of freedom from prison lie ahead for Samuel The 40yearold former sub urban Cleveland re leased Thursday from Ohio Pen itentiary after serving nearly nine years on a seconddegree murder conviction in the bludg eon slaying of his had been expected to be returned to pris on But these developments assur ed Sheppard of more days of Freedom United States marshals de clined to pick up is staying at a plush Columbus an arrest Judge Lester Cecil of the Sixth Circuit Court of Ap peals declined to issue one such slay came after Sheppards re ease on The Ohio Attorney Generals which emphasized it is merely cooperating with the prosecutor in Cuyahoga County Cleveland where the 1954 slaying said there are possibilities Cuyahoga County Prose cutor John Corrigan says he will move to amend Judge Cecils stay order to request cancellation of Sheppards bond and to direct his some judge in Cuyahoga lounty could order Sheppards rearrest under the firstdegree murder indictment still out standing One judge there already has declined to do In either the attorney Cecil issued a slay order 4t9i9i4vi4 aid V UCi He also said about 24 hours after stenographers Ind a District Court judge nurses lead occupations in granted Sheppard freedom on a were amount of gas which were in short habeas corpus But the Stone Creek Schoo Recently petitions owe Uian 2jfl signatures tfie Stone Creek District tQ of Edueatios waiter of a rat Of Ike Stoae Pis vyitl the District bj 04 pyttiog the mm ol Ike Pistnct 9l Elections asking turatd to the Board o sestify the the consider at Its 3 caeet Gtetk Vtetoi fmmi H of in which to make the rtificatioa gad the petjtions w effect are on the order of a The ries oj wigrviews with ffitiefts of thf Stow SchopJ tfict has sought 3 TO say that there is rq their is gross awirt ol the w whieh the Stite of his pointed Some expressed the feehng that these limited inadequate facilities is education and physical should have been ed i decide ago ajjd sonje Utioos M fowad that ihfse e feei aow is twse to sowetbing over 404 they gre ly unanimously agreed as to what should be It is but natural that some of the Stone Creek citizens should express a regret their schkool would ao longer he in their immediate they evidenced a sense of pride in what their school has accomplished over the esjifisiajjy the high prcefttage of its students who goae to college and have ade That the citizens of that 5 generals office the process probably would take several In the move to presumably would be a perhaps about the mid dle of next week in the See Page 9 Will Attend Meeting Oliver Bolton of Republican candidate or OhioY Congressmanat arge in will attend a meeting of newspaper publish ers and editors from EastGen ral Ohio scheduled July 25 at Jnion Country James general manager of The Daily is handling the arrangements for the ses ON THE INSIDE AroJtnd The World Dear Abby r Alvare 19 Obscene Film Tieup Probed At Nctown NEWCOMERSTOWN or James Tufford said today lo cal connections are being in vestigated for receiving lewd and obscene films from Emil of who was fined Police Chief John who had received 2 tips Kinderman would be in obtained a search warrant and confiscated 30 films from dermans The man report edly told Lawyer a local roan had been buying the films from Tufford also said that man after leaving this village always goes to Lawyer also stated that as long as iCinderman comes this he will continue searching his It is report ed that Kinderman has a legiti mate business whicb hs conducts wbsn lie ig Canfsn Man Honored Churches V Goren On Bridge 21 j vice Horoscope Hospital Sports Womens Page H 12 19 general manager of tfee 9 Power by Gov 4 day to Ohio it to   

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