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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1964, Dover, Ohio Sap Box Racers Primed For Sunday Sendoff whcn 5I test Ae thc fetby on Wabash n New SXt Tu4Carawas CoUnty Judging from previous the winning time for the 640foot downhill race s BorDerby doyvnhill race shou4 the raceto be ast yeaf 1AA croWLd more thah is expected to turn out for the which involve Ution at with the traditional Oil Can Derby in than a ycar t defend his crown against new Joe Elco of New last years will make his run prior to See Page 37 v uia 11 a jcai Fifteenyearold Glenda Ellwood of Stone Creek will reign as Rita 14 of and Brenda of will comprise her THE DAILY REPORTER VOL 44 DoverNew July 1964 7 CENTS TAVERN Two Dover Joycees Socrates Space and Don donned card board beer mugs last night to advertise the produc tion of The George Cohans melodrama starring Clevelands Bill Tickets are now on sale for the play to be presented next Saturday and 1 at in Dover High Paul Redinger is directing the with proceeds going into a fund to bring a foreign exchange student to The mugs had some difficulty maneuvering last night because of the crush of people shopping the annual sidewalk which concludes Fiancee To Tie Knot Today CHICAGO AP Convicted wifeslayer Sam Sheppard and his fiancee rolled quiejtly into Chicago late Friday night in a new yellow limousine just Weathervane YESTERDAY High W Low Elsewhere In High Low cloudy W 65 rain 92 Los cloudy 82 cloudy 86 78 New clear W 7S clear 86 74 cloudy 83 73 San cloudy 61 55 cloudy W 73 TODAY 7 1 1 1 1 1 t 98 RAINFALL Last M Hours TOMORROW Sunrise hours after he was released from the Ohio The Chicago Tribune said the osteopathic free on would be married later today to statuesque Ariane the German di vorcee he became engaged to while in A Tribune reporter accom panied the couple on the drive from They left that city after Sheppards re lease from the He had been in prison nearly nine years for the bludgeon slaying of his in He has claimed he is innocent of the As Tebbenjohanns1 auto pulled away from a Columbus Sehppard called out Set Page 31 HighW Low 61 Forecast Barry But Discord Touches GOP 10 aunty Beagle Clubs Protest Rabies Order Three beagle clubs in Tus carawas County today Joined in a protest against the Board of Healths order for a 90day quarantine and compulsory im munization of all dogs in the county because of a purported rabies The Buckeye Beagle Club near the Willowbrook Beagle Club in and the Briar Patch Beagle Club in charged all dog owners are be ing discriminated against that the boards action will not re sult in eradication of The clubs urged all dog own ers to protest the boards order and expressed the hope it would reconsider and rescind the or A statement released by Tom Moore of RD Port Washing in behalf of the 3 clubs asked what the board intended to do about thousands of stray cats running loose in the coun ty and the main carriers of rabies fox Cross Burns Church Steps New Philadelphia police to day are hunting for a blue 1960 or 1961 Buick seen speeding away from United Holy Church of America on 5th NW after a 3foot cross was left burning on the churchs front A handlettered stating KKK Demonstra left on the bottom step leading to the Negro Buford Ray of 1430 5th NW spotted the car at and Children of the George Walker family of J431 Kelly alerted their parents that something was Edgar Livingston of 1358 5th a church was called and he instructed that the police be summoned as he rushed to the church a block and a half Livingston said that Buford beard several boys The cross was made from wrapped in rags and with Wo damage was reported to At bats and all other warmblooded animals who said yesterday the clubs might seek an injunc tion against the boards stated this morning such a move had been dropped for fi nancial The clubs statement follows The 3 beagle clubs of Tus carawas County were repre sented at Thursdays meeting in Union Hospital auditorium concerning the socalled rabies epidemic in the These Tom Thomas Moore and Audley each expressed opposi tion to the proposed quarantine and compulsory innoculation of all The specific objections are No eradication of rabies will result from boards We feel they are imposing a financial penalty on those honest dog owners who abide by the laws in keeping their dogs kenneled or chained and pur chase the required license tags each The initial cost in Tuscara was County for the innoculation will be per with suc See PROTEST Page 30 T Rabies Becoming Health Problem AP Ra a relatively rare but dreaded has become a hardcore problem for the Public Health Service for two reasons too little knowledge and too many carriers among For years cats and dogs were the chief concern of rabies In the last year or rabies has been brought well under control in domesticated Disturbances Keep Dover Police Busy Dover police received 3 com plaints of noise and disturb ances caused by groups of young boys and teenagers yes the 200 block of Un ion the Dover School area and on Depot where boys were reportedly throwing It was reported a beer glass was thrown through a plate glass window in the 200 block of Tuscarawas and offi cers were called to settle an argument between 2 men on the same This leaves the health service with a major in The services communicable disease center here reports that the appearance of rabies in ani mals is running 18 per cent ahead of last Through cases had been reported compared with for the same period of The increase is due exclusive ly to rabies outbreaks in wild according to Robert head of the cen ters Zoonoses surveillance Zoonoses is a term for diseases which can occur in both man and Our only tool for control here is trapping the but this is not really Scholtens It just eases our conscience that we are doing Rabies is a virus disease which attacks the nervous Jf a person is of haying been bitten by a rabid Scholtens doctors dont waste time testing him to see jf he has the They See Page 37 DAY BRIGHTENER If theres anything kids mg out of its i screen ON THE INSIDE C Around World 29 to 14
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