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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Views Reviewed On Variety Of Paramount Issues tv v Reporter Prfnti Mori Wont Adi Than Any Othtf County Paper 22 CirrolitioA In Tttsmawas County July REPORTER HOME EDITION famfftel PHONE 7 CENTS The Dover under the guidance of Al completed erection of a driving reriiinder aithe north entrance to the Wooster The requested by Police Chief Garrison was 3 years in the It was painted by Jim Warther and designed by Donald The large wood numbers are nailed to the qlywood Moser he than willing to leave the present 1 in place for the re mainder of rhe Flares Again In Harlem By RICHARD WHALEN Racial rioting simmered down today in Harlem but disorder flared across the East River in the pre dominantly Negro BedfbrdStuy vesant section of i A crowd of about some throwing surged through streets of thfe Brooklyn area shortly after shouting f and some Police said the demonstrators apparently were ractingl in pathy with racial rioters in Har a picket line formed of City Hall to protest police tactics in Harlem and demandtheousterof Police Commissioner Michael Mur civil rights leaders have accused the bru after two nights of had more disorders Monday night but on a lesser scale than Police pistol fire still shat tered the air Monday night Hundreds of steelhelmeted po lice patrolled the Major streets were again closed to v Negro marched through the Roving gangsharassed Looters broke store win melee between police and bar patrons wrecked atav i rs i Two dozeh including three policemen were injured There were a score or more ar Since the startedSat urday a totalof 157 per sons have been 33 po licemen and 70 other persons seriously one Ne gro killed and 87 stores dam police Mayor Robert Wagners of See Page it 2 Juveniles Get 3 More Lose Driving Rights County Juvenile Court Judge Ralph Finley this morning plac ed two 17yearolds on proba tion in connection with area thefts and revoked the drivers license of for traffic Carl Mullins of 721 1st was placed on a years probation for his part in a June 25 parts theft at tons Auto Parts on New The along with 3 adults who were held to the Grand Escort Slated For Canoeists Strasburg village including Mayor John and the Fire ment will form in a caravan to night at fast time at the New PluladeJphia Airport to es cort home the 3 teenage eanflfi ists who paddled their way miles to New The caravan will meet the boys at the airport and to the Strasburg Firj Station where refrestoents wiU be The 3 m Terry SpidelL ao4 James bsgafl the trip frow Pflver last Jwe U imli ttujr ia 3 Via OMo sad Gtortes uti tor My Mr let m fti to was to to Jury in the was told to be off the streets at 10 during the summer months and at 8 during the Judge Finley urged the boy to reconsider returning to school to obtain a He had dropped out last year after moving to Uhrichsville with his mother from In the other delinquency Terrell Russell of Clow was placed on probation for a year after ad mitting taking 2 pistols from the home of Mildred Kistler of Hell er Newcomerstown Police Chief John Lawver said the boy had broken into the home in May and again in One gun was taken each Law yer kawver also said a warrant is on file for another youth who had obtained one of the guns from Russell and tried to sell RusseU denied taking I er guns that were missing from the Both RusgeU and Mulling were told to report to Juveoite cer Harry Fisher pnee tach during their probation weeks II Qt 734 Sit failure ta sun of ty Bead tiea MowJag w hs of Froat a 2 geteft lour Nf i AJi I cowis Refer Budget To Commission County Commissioners yes terday filed their proposed general fund budget with the1 County Budget Coin mission without taking action to reduce an anticipated deficit in the 1965 general indicated they theconv to cut the It has authority to re but not to budget It cannot authorize a budget beyond the amount of money certified as available by The commissioners have until 4 14 to file a tax levy to be placed on the November but that decision hinges on what the Commission At thepublic hearing on the budget last week suggestions were made that a special levy for the Child Welfare Depart ment or the Relief be sought in order to make up for the extra money needed for 1965 operation of the county govern Unless the county auditor could certify additional commissioners would be faced with the alternative of slicing the requests made for the 35 funds and Open Bids On 3 County Road Jobs Bids for 3 county highway projects were among those opened today in Columbus by Department Highway They are Resurfacing of miles of Route 21 Wooster through the City of Dover resurfacing gi miles of Route from the end of 3rd to the Green Gables and repair of the bridge on just north or the Sandy Valley Ypung GOP Tp George coairmafl of the Ohio League of Young publicans and a delegate to the md George slate baiU Barry in pit oatioaai electioa at a iflg oMte Vows RepuWifaa GJuJj at I 3ft m pf u DAY MIGHTINtt say fte mmm m Ordinance Gets 52 Majority i Council Overrides Rezoning Veto Yesterdays with an official high of 94 was felt in more than one ways in several city Service Director R Ream cited the increased use of airconditioners as the possible reason for 3 power outages caused by overheated Each lasted from 15 to 30 They occurred in the WalnutDover area between 19th and20th in Cherry Alley between Front and 2nd and between 13th and 14th in the Walnut As tempers traditionally rise with Dover po lice responded to 5 calls of fights and disturbances last night and early this In each the scene was quiet whey they A prowler was reported in the 700 block of Cross and other disturbances were reported at the Burger Dog N Mape Grove Cemetery and in an alley between 5th and 6th near Walnut The Water Department reported gallons were pumped yesterday as the demand New Philadelphia LBJ Talk On CR Probable By WALTER MEARS WASHINGTON Barry Goldwater is considering a call to President man he hopes to oust from the White for a campaign pact aimed at civil rights tensions a completely quiet The Republican presidential nominee he doesnt want the campaign ahead to inflame this tension that and added one way of easing it would be stricter enforcement of laws guaranteeing right to At the White press sec retary George Reedy said John son would not do anything to incite or inflame tensions dur ing the presidential He said Johnson would give se rious consideration to a meeting with Goldwater if the Republi can nominee formally proposes Goldwater said he would ponder making the formal The Arizona senator talked about civil rights at a surprise news conference in Chicago Monday as he headed for a Washington homecoming soured by the jeers of selfstyled Amer ican Their chants of We Want Rockwell George Lincoln leader of the Ameri can Nazi party interrupted Gold waters appearance on the rostrum at an at Washington National One of the group said they were protesting what he called Gold waters liberal The senators parting shot They can have Rockwell or anybody else they Ill take my chances with the ma jority of Americans who are At a news conference in a Chi cago airport Goldwater said he wants to keep the explo sive side of the civil rights ques tion out of the presidential cam I dont want to see any words of mine or anyone con nected with me touch anything he said Im not going to inject this issue and I dont Johnson Lets give this law a chance See CR Page 2 Corrigan Requests Court To End Sheppards Freedom CINCINNATI Cuyahoga County asked the Court of Appeals today to va cate a District Court or der by which Samuel Sheppard was granted his last week from the Ohio Sheppard was released under bond on a finding by District Judge Carl Weinman ol Payton that Weathervane YESTERDAY HighN Elwwhere In High low clouJy 70 M cloudy M 76 clear M 49 cloudy M n dear MM il 70 clear clowdy TOflAY ClflWdy 91 72 Sf n 4 TOMORKQW 543 n pard had not been fairly tried for the 1954 slaying of his preg nant Subsequently a stay order was issued by the Court of Ap peals on the release of the Bay Village osteopath and a hear ing on it is scheduled to be held in Akron Wednesday by a judge The motion to send Sam back to the Ohio Penitentiary was filed by the Ohio attorney but Corrigan said he will claim we are the real party involved in this After it is a question wheth er a judgment of a Cuyahoga County court Referring to Judge Weinmans decision criticizing news cover age af the Corrigan cjared If Judge Weinmans reason ing is tiien open 2 ON THE INSIDE Ji Oo gri4ge 21 H 4 li U Move By Foes Could Bring Court Action Dover City by a 52 vote Monday overrode Mayor LeMoyne Luthys ve to of an ordinance which calls for the from residen tial R2 to residential R4 classi of 7 lots on theeast side of Union between Liberty and Shafer The which has be come a controversial subject in recent was given a similar 52 approval 2 weeks Mayor Luthy exercised ve to powers last the legal 10day James Patrick stated to day he did not know exactly what course would be followed by his and Ed ward one of the lot own in attempting to further stall the Before a zoning permit is the measure must first come under the scrutiny of the Dover Board of Zoning The case ultimately could wind up in Common Pleas Voting on the ordinance last night followed lines identical to that recorded 2 weeks Ap proval was given by Russell Eugene Al bert Dean Davidson and James Voting against the measure were Rob ert Bair and Wilbert Wilford Miller of who did double duty last night as spokesman for those seeking the rezoning and the Union Hospital board of trust See Page 5 Noted Nctown Songwriter Is DeadAtAgefl NEWCOMERSTON Mary Jean of East Gate died yesterday in Co shocton Memorial Hospital fol lowing a long Born at she was a daughter of the late Wesley and Katherine Walters She had been a longtime writer for the Full Cry and Billboard magazines and she also was a songwriter for many 2 records having sold over a mil lion The millionselling records were There Stands a re corded by Web and Dad Gave My Dog recorded by Texas Many of her songs have begn among the top JO standing including Highest recorded by Hank and Broken Candy Heart and Pown in both by Cow boy She was a former editorin chief of National Hillbilly past secretary of Southeastern Ohio Federation of COOK Dog Trials and past sec retary of the TriCounty Sports Surviving are her Robert Lee Clarke of here Henry Grshanj of Byesvilie and a brother precede ed yj Services yUi te Thursday at I to funeral Howe wp George offici fturiajl vyilj Ue East at the home 2 to Z 8 Dover When 10 Dover YMCA schoolboy swimmers set a new worlds record for a 50mile relay swim last their accomplishment evidently became a matter of envy through out the Ten more Dover this time from the England coastal proved they can They churned the English Channel today in 11 hours and 27 clipping more than 3 hours off the previous best relay The from Denstone College in the English range in age from 15 to The previous relay time of 14 57 minutes was set Folkstone 10 years The team swam from France to The fastest Chan nel swim is the 10 23 minutes set by Danishborn Hel ge Jensen on an EnglandFrance crossing in School Business Routine At Phila Routine an appeal by a Southside delegation and discussion on facilities con sumed hours at last nights New Philadelphia Board of Edu cation Formal actions included Setting a rental fee for use of 3 rooms at York Ele mentary by the Starlight Re tarded with a tui tion fee per student being paid to the County Welfare Depart ment by the board for retarded students within the district Accepting the resignation of Ingraham industrial arts who has accepted a post at Cuyahoga and hir ing his Carl Camp bell of RD a graduate of Ohio Campbell holds a masters de gree and has 14 years experi ence Granting a partial leave of ab sence to Jane li as she completes re quirements for and hiring Anne Snyder of New Philadelphia as an interim librarian Hiring of Martha Don aldson as head cook at an an nual salary of and Cecelia Mary Walters and Nedra Thom at a salary of All were given 2year contracts on recommendation of Alice cafeteria and Hiring Gertrude Maple as a cafeteria cook on an hourly basis and reemploying 2 cooks at York Elementary at The after reviewing 2 voted to continue under the City Health Depart ment with its school nurse pro The board will pay the city for one nurse in the 196465 school Three bids for a new school bus were but no con tract was awarded pending clar ification confusing bids in that the forms were not com pletely filled The group from the comprising Dick Wayne Joe Donald Robert Dean Miller and Lewis request ed the board to study alterna lives for providing school bui See Page 2 Becker Faces Canton Stars Tom with an 80 rec will take the mound to day at when the Dover Pony League AllStars host Canton Timken at City Joining Becker in the starting lineup will be Monty first base Colby second base Rich third base Rich shortstop John catch Bill left field Doug center field and Scott right The contest is the first of a best 2outof3 The vic tor of the series will meet ei ther Ashland or The second game will be played Thursday in Canton and the on a neutral Citations Issued In Sunday Fatals State patrolmen have cited 2 drivers as the result of Sun day nights fatal accidents in Tusearawas Davis said today that a confer ence will be held with Prosecu tor Harlan Spies to consider manslaughter counts in both Marcia of who is reported satisfactory today in Union has been charged with driving left of connection with an accident on Route south of New in which Kenneth Regina of North Olmsted was Three passengers io Miss Big Jers car remain grea hospi tals of is oa tte in tense list at Kos hi while Thomas W i Ifew of are reported Leonard of driver of the other is fair at Union while another Robert of U Inez RD East who also is on the Canton hospitals inten sive care has been charg ed with driving left of center as the aftermath of an accident in SandyvilJe that claimed the of Nick of The womans 2 and Joto are reported MUfltean tfae widow oj Moise saifte ad who was fowM sjjsj m home ruled a syjicidfi y Coroner Jfe fesd hjeft 04 ofoatioe Stark fen possessing guus stoieig w a brey livi at Saw Siiop   

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