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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                OrloUt Sign Dovor Htirler 9 Church An Mtmtntof Tavern Readied Pagt 6 Sim Sheppardt Co To Gotham Page 12 Dover Jumper U Ohio Champ 9 Bolivar Drow Btlow i t A Mark Of RtporUr Qualify 20 latest Circulation In Tiisrauwas County PoveNNew July 1964 PORTER HOME EDITION PHONE 42167 CENTS 2 11 Hurt In Area Crashes Jim Lewis Of Dover Captures Derby Harlem Riots Follow Burial For Slain Boy NEW YORK rained from crowds knocked down fists and knives flashed in the steady and police guns Harlem was While temperatures soared Saturday and Sunday nights in the packed Negro police and Negroes locked in surging in which one Negro was shot to More than 100 persons were including two dozen Liquor Agents Hit 1 Taverns 5 Counts Filed Weekend raids at the Long Branch Nile Club in RD New and the Park Val ley Inn in RD by state liquor agents from Canton resulted in 3 arrests and 2 Ijquor commission Steven of a parttime bartender at the New Philadelphia area was fined and costs this morning in County Court for selling 6 per cent beer to a That Frank Cleve of 21 2nd Den was fined and costs by Judge Clarence Ferrell for purchasing 2 8packs of while a Uhrichsville Jack of 118 Scott was fined the same amount for paying part of the cost of the The judge suspended See Page 2 Plate glass windows fell in slithers and more than a score of stores were One super market lost in 200 cartons of cigarettes and 50 cases of Every jifle in one pawnshop disappeared and police took rifles from Included in the loot were cam jewelry and There were more than 100 ar Tensions had lessened a greal deal by police bul their still wearing steel Sunday three civilians were treated hpspitals for gunshot Twelve1 palrol injured by flying ob Also injured were a white tel evision cameraman and several other A score of persons were ar The initial outburst followed protest rallies over the fatal shooting of a Negro boy by a white The violence left one man shot to 108 and more than 100 including a dozen patrol The new flareup followed fu neral services Sunday evening See HARLEM Page 2 Bolivar Drowns At Beach John son of and John and Wanda Cline of RD drowned Sunday afternoon while swimming at Shepler about 5 miles south ol near The who went down in 14 feet of was pro nounced dead at Massillon City Hospital at Tom Winters Of New Phila IsRunnerup By Dan Miles Daily Reporter Staff Writer With tears rolling down x his broken by happy 11yearold Jim Lewis was crowned Tuscarawas County Soap Box Derby champion Sun day at New Philadelphia before an estimated He beat out 23 other compet itors in his 1112 age group and edged Tom winner of the 1315yearold in the final heat of the sixth annual race on Wabash Dover also had another winner as Mayor LeMoyne Luthy defeated New Philadelphia May or Joe Pritz in the traditional Oil Can who is a 3year veteran at this der won his third straight race in his bullet bluesilver Weighing 55 pounds soaking wet and standing 4 feet 6 Jim is thexson of and Charles Lewis of 105 Union He was the most consistent driver of the running 3 races in exact times of His winning time over Winters was I owe my crown to my Jim because she told me to wear gloves so 1 wouldnt And Chip was my mascot He is my baby Sponsored by Marlowe Drug in Jim is sixth grader at South Elementary and this was his first year Jim and his white B13 racer also had another victory early in the B being the only boy to win a race in Lane 2 in the first The other 15 races were won in Lane But the final in Lane was all Jims as he received roses and kisses from his ex cited mother and the Derby Glenda daughter of and Frank Ellwood of Stone Jim will represent the county in the national AllAmerican See Page 8 j i t Jim Lewis center receives his derby trophy from Joe Levock of 2713 Tre mont district sales representatives of Jims proud mother right was justified in shedding a few tears for her Glenda Ellwood was the derby Four Youths From Midvale Hospitalized Two headon collisions within 3 hours Sunday resulted in the 11 th and 12th traffic fatalities being recorded in Tuscarawas Identified by the State the victims were l Kenneth Regina an expectant mother of North was pronounced dead on arrival at Union Hospital following a crash on Route south of New Philadel and Nick of killed at in a smash up in Sandyville County Road He dead on arrival at Aultman Hospital in Move May Aid Barry By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Ala bamas Gorge Wal laces abandonment of an inde pendent presidential effort invit ed Barry Goldwater today to pursue an aMheway conser vative drive against President When Wallace announced Sun day he was giving up the effort to get his name on presidential ballots in 16 or more he removed a serious obstacle to Goldwaters chances of carrying several Southern states in the November battle with Wallace appeared on CBS Face the The action offered the Repub Ohio Weekend Deaths Hit 17 The body was recovered by lifeguard Deborah Repace of Stark County deputies said the youth failed to surface while diving near a raft and that two lifeguards were summoned by a Navarre firemen wers unsuccessful in attempts to re vive the A FairJess School District tor high he was a ber of the Strasburg First theran Surviving besides his parents ere 2 Alvin and Charles of the Services will be held it fast time Wednesday in the Strasburg church with James Fisher Bur jaj will be in Grandview Friends may call Tues day from 2 to 4 and 7 to i at Funeral Home in Stras Post Off ice At Bolivar Scrutinized Accept Contract oo Uxe Molied BOLWARA postal inspec tors investigation will deter mine the fate of the post office Joseph regional postal director at said this Nolan added that the inspec tor is now evaluating the var post office in respect to a consolidation with an area post possibly Strasburg or Do He stated that if the gation ends with a consolida tion a branch post office would be operated here fin contract Petitions asking that the post office retained and ing the loss of identity as a pos tal have ed to the inspection divjsi final djcisiQQ will come from Carson di rector of division for ruraj viJiages growth w Jighi of 77 is tim mm otters aie Us Weathervane SATURDAY High 92 Low 64 YESTERDAY High 94 Low 66 Elsewhere In High Low clear 94 65 cloudy 66 clear 88 67 Los clear 81 60 New cloudy 89 69 cloudy 108 n clear 93 70 cloudy 78 TODAY 7 69 RAINFALL kast 48 None TOMORROW Sunset High H Law 70 Forecast Partly ON THE INSIDE World Qsm 17 Dover Painter Injured In Fall of 438 4th is listed as satis factory this morning in Un ion where he was with a injury ceived in a weekend fail while Two of Sandyville and Tracy of HD New Philadel were treated for possible dog bites and Joyce of HP New was treated for an arm injury re ceived in a Typical weekend activities ac counted for the following injur ies which were treated in the emergency room Alice of RD New fractured arm while skating at Memorial Hill David of 414 JSth lac eraied eyebrow from surfboard Paaoy IM4 Seven Mile fish hook aad Steven right faoee injuries sustained oa gravel s J 13 DAY MIGHTENEi wha is lican presidential nominee some possible rewards in if he maintains his conservative that would have to be weighed against what he might gain elsewhere if he yielded to intraparty pressure to swing toward the middle of the William Miller of New the vice presidential nom Traffic Brownings Miscellaneous Total 8 7 2 17 Ohio AP deaths during the hot July weekend just ended took a sharp drop compared to the previous but drown ings intervened to give Ohio a substantial accidental deatfi In the period from 6 Friday to Sunday eight deaths had been counted on the Seven drown ings were reported and two sons died in miscellaneous cidents for an overail count of This compared to 32 traffic deaths the previous weekend when three drownings and two miscellaneous fatalities the toll to indicated he would like to see some overtures to the par ys moderates and liberals in he Northern industrial states that would bring them around to active support of the national But Miller said in response to questions on NBCs Meet the Press that failure to get the jacking of such men as Jacob Javits and Kenneth Keating of Neft Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania and Clif ord Case of New Jersey wont be Goldwater said in he thinks he will do well n New York and Pennsylvana n Miller said he favors a sum mit meeting of Republican lead ers of all shades of opinion to canvass the prospects for the campaign and to give their ad vice on who returns to Washington today after a week end in said during the See Page 3 New motor Is Purchased For Pool At ert Croniser announced to4ay the purchase of s new chioriri atoj for the swimming pool at CUy Pirfc to replace a vac which was oli Proniser said the bl approximately 1850 speni for the aew cblorijxator camol he by the safety it the in repairing the tjpttom of the mm W 7 he Mtiaie4 family may swifl Eleven persons were either admitted or treated in Dover and Canton hospitals for in juries suffered in the In the Route 250 which had heavy Midvale race track traffic tied up to Front in New officers said a stationwagon driven by Mar cia of pulled out of County Road 69 just north of Wills Dip and went left of hitting an approaching op erated by Leonard of Limpert was a passenger in the Schmidt Schmidt suffered lacerations to his left arm and knee and chest while another Robert of Greensburg had hip and skull Schmidt is listed as fair today while Swecker is reported satisfac tory in Union Miss daughter of Rob ert is reported satisfac tory with elbow and knee in Six young passengers in her car were hurt with 3 being Michael of suffered a skull fracture and later was trans ferred to Canton Aultman where ic is reported fair this morn Thomas of RD New who suf ered a cerebral is satisfactory atUn on as is Judith of who received a dislo cated Robert was treat ed for minor injuries for eyebrow lac and James See 2 Page 12 17 Rabies Clinic Sites Are Planned Arrangements are to be com pleted this week for rabies clin ics to assist all county dog owners in complying with the compulsory immunization order issued by the Board of according to Norman The order was is sued last week in light of a purported rabies At a meeting of county veter inarians Friday 17 shot centers were set Krantz of Pover is in charge of The centers will be in New Mineral Ci Gill Port Gnad Sugar Stone Mid Hearing Set On Sheppard Early Story on Page 12 Ohio hear ing on a motion to cancel Sam uel Sheppards bond and return the convicted wife slayer to prison will be held at the Summit County Courthouse here at 2 Announcement of the site and time of the hearing was made this morning by Judge Paul Weick of presiding jurist of the Court of Apeals for the Sixth Sitting with him will be Judge Lester Cecil of Dayton and Judge Clif ford OSullivan of Port A motion to revoke Judge Weinmans order and return Sheppard to prison was filed by State William Sax be at the request of Cuyahoga County Prosecutor John Cor Vehicle Parking At Courthouse Stirs Comment Employes in the Courthouse have suggested a remedy for the parking problem that con stantly plagues Reliable sources said today they recall that in 1961 when the row of buildings between High and Ashwood across the alley from the Courthouse was purchased for the plan was to dismantle the 01 Township Building fronting on Aehwood The building is unfit for hab itatioa and has never been oe eupied since the the Courthouse veterans point ojjt The committee is now seIn they at the time cujing locations aad determin the exact times lor Ike JJrajjtz The cMcs will be begin the of this week or the first of week he Complete jnjEornmtion will fee MaJkr of the Con strueUon bad made an esti mate of for djsmjntUng the It is about 14 cars could be parted W the area Cyclist Charged In Phila Mishaps A cyclist was slightly injured and 3 drivers cited in 5 acci dents investigated by New Phil adelphia police over the week Charles of 124 Bell sustained a sprained thumb and leg Satur day on 3rd NE his mo torcycle struck a vehicle owned by the Dover New Agency and driven by Larry of 159 Police stated Smith had pulled o the side of the road to drop off newspapers and when he pulled back into the lane of traf fic collided with the In an accident Saturday at at the Ray and 4th NW Wayne of RD Dell was cited for failure to stop within assured clear distance after he struck the rear of an auto driven by George Max of RD Mineral who had stopped for a red Joe of 419 High reported to police Saturday at that his auto had been struck on High by one later identified as being owned by Jack Cope of Leggett told police that Cope did not want to report the mis hap to police and left without jiving his name and Sowever Leggett obtained the icense which led to the identity of No were In 2 accidents William of 623 4th was cited for reckless op eration when his car struck a no parking sign in front of 935 4th In the other accident day afternoon on High police reported a car driven by Oren of W stopped for a fie light and then creeped ward hitting one driven by chael of 168 Fairview Schlabach was fined this morning by Mayor Joe Pritz for failure to stop within clear Dover Man li Held RonaJ4 of 418 Tusearawas which the part of ing held ia Cowty Jail fef authorities wfajft is with grand larceny cwwectioo wjth the theft oj an4 equipment from Uody Shop where he was formerly employed He at SjyygjJay   

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