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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1964, Dover, Ohio Gasoline Fires Mark New R lot ing In Jersey Story Mow Reporter Columnist Alvarez Is Nationally Recognized VOL 20 Circulation In Ttmrawas County t August RTEH HOME EDITION Irving Over PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Schools Consolidate BUT NO Tommy son of and Paul Miller of 1400 Wooster finds that a preferably a long is the best way to pet a snapping Tommy found the snapper ambling down Wooster over the weekend and captured it with the assistance of a few What to do with it is the problem at Turtle soup is a possi r ndows In 14 Autos Smashed In New Phila Smashing of windows of parked autos in New Philadel phia last night and eary today is being investigated by Total damage was estimated at Most of the broken windows were on the left indicating the vandals did the damage while riding past in a John Gthtzof 835 Baker the left front door window of his car had been smashed and 2 windows on his sons auto also had been Seven minutes later George Dallacheisa of 831 Orchard reported the left door window on his car had been knocked After those reports police cars throughoutthe city found 12 lass Under Estimate The next major phase in Tus carawas Countys highway pro gram got under way this morn ing with the sale of the first leg of the Route 250 and 8 bypass by the State Highway Depart Baltes of Norwalk was expected to get the con tract on his low bid of for the 4lane divided highway from Commissioners Weigh Levy To Meet Deficit County Commissioners will huddle with other county office holders this week to determine what support they if before a final decision on placing a halfmill operating levy on the 3 Commissioner chairman Riehard Pemuth said this morn ing commissioners favored plac ing the levy on the but would want opinions fromother Tentative agreement on the levy to cover the deficit which exists in the pro posed 1065 county budget was reached yesterday in an hours session with 2 of the County Budget The Jeyy was agreed upon in lieu of reducing amounts See Page 3 ON THE INSIDE Green Gables Interchange of In terstate 77 to Wills south of Baltes bid was low among 6 bidders arid was considerably under the states official esti mate of Completion date of the super highway through the Southside of New Philadelphia and Go shen Township is The section includes 6 The when will carry Route 250 traffic off of IS beginning at Stras and Route 8 which at present will be picked up at the Interchange of Route 16 on the The first leg will terminate approximately miles east of New The second to be sold in fiscal will link IS 77 with the proposed Route 36 bypass for Uhrichs ville and Phila Mailboxes Are Vandalized Ned McEachen of Lakeview New Philadelphia reported to New Philadelphia police terday at that vandals had knocked down his mailbox sometime Sunday Police said that several other mail es in the area also were dam Robert Sejarini of 219 fair reported to police this the theft of 3 sun a gear shift knob and that carpet in Jus auto was torn when the wires were pulled off by vandals test 2 Young Canton Men Held To Jur Jfc bjQtti oj were bound jury an4 in of Cauit ta an4 eater bj I by JvJy others with broken Owners of cars were Richard Murphy of 444 5th rear window Jean Kaapp of 818 Hardesty rear win dow Otis Henderson of 503 Un ion front window Ce See Page Alley Utility Intent Dover City Council suspended rules to approve 2 ordinances and passed one resolution ing a 90minute session 1 a s1 The ordinances were neces sary in vacating an unnamed alley running in an eastwest di rection between Bellevue on the a vacated alley on the on the north and Anola on the A petition asking for the ac tion and signed by property own ers in the immediate area was presented to council March A public hearing ws held June A deed conveying the land from Boulevard Lanes to the City of Dover was dated July The first ordinance passed last night reestablished the speci fied portion of the alley pub The ordinance then authorized vacating A resolution expressing intent to extend sewer and water See Page Midvale Request Move By James Davis Daily Reporter City Editor Southern the tempora ray name for a new Class AA high school in was created night in a spectacular County Boan of Education The new district came into being on identical requests from 4 local boards of Go shen TuscarawasWar GnadenhuttenClay No mention was made of a site for the new high schoo Unless there is a petition o referendum filed by 35 per cent of the qualified electors voting in the last general elec tion in the 4 the new consolidation will go into effect 2 30 days after the adop tion of the As the 4 schools would operate until June 30 as separate The county board would appoint a 5member board to take over the new district around to plan the 196566 school Residents in the 4 would elect its board in Novem 2 members for 2year terms and 3 members for 4 year Two other school districts in the county system also were given the goahead to proceed along different courses of ac tion The board voted to place the annexation of Stone Creek Jeff erson Local School District to the New Philadelphia system on the 3 It also accepted a also to go on the 3 ballot pending a study of the validity of to transfer the southwestern portion of Rish See Page 6 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 83 Low 64 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE clear 92 71 76 T Los cloudy 80 66 cloudy 89 79 New cloudy 57 cloudy 58 o clear 104 77 San cloudy 55 cloudy 79 63 TTrace TODAY 7 65 RAINFALL Last inch TOMORROW High 85 Low 63 Fair and Members of the Common Pleas Court jury hear ing the seconddegree murder trial of James Cra go yesterday afternoon viewed the barn where Milton Swongers body was found last 10 Warships Weigh Anchor For Viet Nam By SPENCER WASHINGTON the wake of Johnsons or der naval forces off Communist Viet lie giant aircraft carrier Constellation and three other American warships set sail Torn Hong Kong A spokesman in Hong Kong said the four ships left ac cording to He declined o give the destination or to say if the move was connected vith Johnsons announcement hat followed Sundays attack on destroyer Maddox by hree North Vietnamese torpedo In advance of the departure of he four shore leave was canceled for officers and and the ships apparently Were placed on Jersey City Race Rioting Renewed JERSEY AP Two gasoline bombs were thrown one of them at a po lice car today in this racially troubled It was daytime violence after two nights of butipolice con sidered it an isolated The Fire Department also re ported six separate fires set in an abandoned building in the area of Negro rioting the last two The department said it also was being plagued by false alarms from the hey included the guided missile rigate and the destroy ers Preston and officials here were watching to see if the Sun day attack was an isolated inci lent or part of a hazardous new Communist They said it was difficult to determine whether the sudden ittack which left one of he three Red boats was an a misjudgment or a deliberate If similar Red assaults are bolstered American naval units in the Gulf of Tonkin were prepared to carry out See VIET Page Judge Ferrell To Run Again Central District County Court Judge Clarence Ferrell yes terday filed as a candidate for reelection to that Ferrell is completing the short 2year term in to which he was elected in Board of Elections Clerk Vic tor Turner repeated today that 4 is deadline for filing for the county district Turner also announced that the election at its meet ing last set 4 for opening bids on the print ing of November Letters concerning the print ing will be sent to interested firms in the near Tur ner The board determined that at least ballots would have to be printed for the 3 Uhrden In Production At Sugarcreek A total of 20 persons have been arrested and 44 injured including two Negroes who were shot in the Monday and a num ber of them were More than 100 who during the night had been the target of the gasoline bricks and rocks hurled by hit andrun bands of Negro patrolled a wide area in the predominantly Negro section to Also during the five Negroes arrested while driving through the area Monday night were cleared of disorderly per sons Police arrested seven Negroes on disorderly persons bringing to 20 the number of ar rests since the fighting broke out Sunday Early today the hitandrun bands retreated from the but more than 100 po licemen still patrolled a wide area of the predominantly Ne gro section in the southern part of the Windows in a score of stores were smashed and some busi nesses looted in the latest out At a midnight press confer ence more than three hours aft er the riot Mayor Thom as Whelan said he believed the violence had passed its But he reiterated his warning We will use all the force and power at our disposal to see that law and order is He said he was prepared to sit down with civil rights leaders anywhere but the first problem was maintaining Whelan said the situation in Jersey across the Hudson River from New York was See Page BUUETIN Edmund Brown named Pierre Salinger today to fill the uiiexpired term of the late l9t an oMrgtfjVf By Jww witli fempJffififl if 3 or njore space to U I 2Cijr garage tte Products Di Vtetev is m mm m egtetawy 304 develop mw VA Si it and flswtr te the area aad square feet in the engineering In aJl it is more 5 tinjgs gs space tke at its foraer lo in Peg to feet on tbe touldwg sits 5acre tract M4 otters future because there are no loadbear ing Any wall can be knocked out without destroying i V trapped smce July 27 in a lime stone mine was brought safely to the surface 7 Witnesses Tell Of Pairs The prosecution called 7 wit to the stand this morn ing in the second day of the second degree murder trial of James Moses Crago in Common Pleas Most testimony center ed on the last few hours Crago spent with Milton taverns before he allegedly killr ed him with a hammer blow in the early morning of March Dale proprietor of a restaurantbar at 118 Woos ter told of cashing Swong ers pay check for about and serving beer to both men in the early evening of Good March Albert Klein bartender at Grohs Tavern in testi fied Swonger and Crago drank from 8 to 10 high test beers apiece in his tavern between ap proximately 8 to that same and Nelson proprietors of the Brooklyn opposite the Fairgrounds on Tuscarawas testified the pair appeared there after midnight on March 28 and stayed for about 20 There was some confusion in the couples Ziegler said she and her hus band served drinks to Swonger and denied serving Ziegler said Swonger had 2 doubles and one single shots of whisky and Crago had a small She said Swonger paid for the drinks with a Ziegler admitted she cut off Swongers drinking because I thought it was late and he should get He had enough to Mendel Fooze Welz of 423 Tuscarawas New Phil who sat next to Swon ger in the grill said He was having a ball of a with his first pay check in several A hot exchange between See Page Just in case you a sire to sit quietly in yowr and read dont pick place on Wooster two years or baying received a caj
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