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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter July 25, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 25, 1964, Dover, Ohio The Daily Reporter 61. 36 I AGES. Dover-New Philadelphia. Ohio, Saturday, July 25, 1964    7    CENTSTroopers Help Quell Rioters In Rochester ler (left) and Rosemary Payne. They will preside over today's activities at the Shanesville Sesquicentennial. ★ ★ ★Sugarcreek Girl Is Chosen Calico QueenCandidates Will Avoid CR Tension Bv WALTER R. MEARS WASHINGTON (AP)—President Johnson has declared the Civil rights is*-ue will be on his agenda in the campaign ahead, but agreed With Republican presidential nominee Barry Coldwater “that racial tensions should be avoided" as they battle fur the White House. The Arizona senator and the President he hopes to oust sat down together for 16 minutes Friday night to talk about civil rights and the campaign. They touched on some other subjects, a* well. it was learned. Coldwater said Thursday night he would seek with Johnson to chart a course aimed at avoiding “any inflating of trouble over civil rights. The only public result of the Johnson-Goldwater talk0 A brief statement read to newsmen by White House Press Secretary tieorge Reedy A Coldwater spokesman said the senator had approved it in advance. ‘The president met with Sen. See CANDIDATES. Page 12Sherrodsville Boy Run Over By Auto, Dies Four-year-old Donald J Walker. son of Mr. and Mrs Donald Walker of RD I. Sherrodsville, died in Union Hospital at IO 30 last night from injuries received when he was run over by a driverless auto. Sheriff deputies said the boy was in the driveway of his home when the car drifted down a slight grade and into a ditch on County Road 90. There were no witnesses to the mishap. There is a possibility the boy was in the car and took it out of gear or released See BOA', Page 12 r - i~ ON THE INSIDE C *    .    .    '    ...    I Around Hie World    7 Goren On Bridge      22 Hospital Nows  .........  25 Obituaries       25 Spoils ../.....  26    27-28-29 Wornout Page* .......... A    4    f SHANESVILLE—Jill Stauffer, 17-year-old daughter of Mrs. Jean Stauffer of 147 N. Broadway and Dean Stauffer of Factory St., Sugarcreek, was crowned “Calico Queen” last night to climax the first full day of the Sesquicentennial celebration here. She received her crown from Francine Finzer, the current Swiss Festival queen, before a crowd of 700 townspeople and visitors. Her attendants are Rosemary Payne, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Payne of 200 E. 4th St., Dover, and Brenda Miller, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller of here. Jill, who will be a senior at Garaway High this fall, is head majored president of the Pirate Pep Club and is active in Youth Fellowship activities at the First United Church of Christ. She recently was named ai a delegate to the national youth forum in Washington, representing all United churches in this area. A 3-year trackster for the Garaway Girls, Jill also is active in 4-H and is a Junior Leader. Jill, who dressed in an 1814 costume provided by Mrs. John Miller of Sugarcreek, received $25, a corsage and 12 Golden See QUEEN, Page IX80 Injured As Hundreds Go Berserk FRANK DOBISKY ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — Hundreds of Negroes rioted fiercely throughout the night in this upstate New York city, surging through the streets, battling police and firemen, hurling stones, looting stores and overturning automobiles. No deaths were reported but more than 80 persons were injured. Most of them were Negroes. Nine policemen and firemen were hurt. City officials declared a state of emergency. New York state police moved in and helped local authorities establish an uneasy quiet this morning. The outbreak of violence and vandalism — blamed by one Negro leader on long-smoldering complaints of “police brutality” —followed close on the heels of similar rioting in New York City. Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller ordered 200 state police into Rochester to assist the embattled city police force. He also alerted National Guard officers fo* possible intervention. Some whites joined in the melee, triggered by a police attempt late Friday night to arrest a young Negro at a street See ROC HESTER, Page 8 ^WeathervaneYESTERDAY High 93    Low 68 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Atlanta, clear  88 69 .24 Buffalo, clear ...... 86 69    ** Des Moines, clear .. 92 68    •• Indianapolis, cloudy 91 73 Los Angeles, clear .. 80 62    •« Milwaukee, cloudy . 91 71 .92 Philadelphia, cloudy 75 64 . 04 Richmond, cloudy .. 82 68 .24 San Diego, cloudy .. 75 65    .... Seattle, clear  80 56    «« TODAY 7 am................71 RAINFALL Last 24 hours . ..none TOMORROW Sunrise............5:16 Sunset  .....•... 7:48 High 83 Low 65-72 Forecast: Partly cloudy, mild, possible showers. ;

  • Barry Coldwater
  • Brenda Miller
  • Donald J Walker
  • Francine Finzer
  • Irwin Payne
  • Jean Stauffer
  • Jill Stauffer
  • John Miller
  • Mrs Donald Walker
  • Nelson A. Rockefeller
  • Ralph Miller
  • Rosemary Payne
  • Walter R. Mears

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: July 25, 1964

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