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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1964, Dover, Ohio Tfit Rtporfir Prinfi Mera Want Adi Than Any Other County Paper VOL 28 DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION i Storm Damage In Area Slight Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County New Wednesdayi Augtijt PHONE 7 CENTS Phone Lines OutOf Order heavy rains and light ning swept through Tuscarawas County for more than 2 hours last night in one of the sum mers heaviest resulting In temporary disruption of pow er and telephone service in some Of yesterdays inches of 1 inches fell from to 9 and a veritable deluge de scended from to with threefourths of an inch being recorded in the IQminute pe The most serious incident in Dover occurred shortly after 7 when wind blew 2 primary elec tric wires together on the causing wires to burn and blowing 2 was out in the area for 2 putting the radio sta tion off the air and causing Un ion Hospital to use its auxiliary Dover firefighters were kept Lightning struck the Goshen Dairy building on 2nd at burning a freezer and came hi on wires at 2 Heaviest damage was at the home of Alice Oerter of 519 Crater where lightning traveled throughout the blowing receptacles out of the burning portions of walls and windows and damaging the television set Lightning also caused minor damage around light Jixtures i the home of 221 Lightning also was the cause blown fuses in homes along DoverZoar Route In dianMeadows and Slingluff and Walnut areas in A fallen limb on the wires caused temporary disruption on 7th Four City Light Department employes were out a total of 11 hours to restore Serv ice Director Ream Necessary repairs were of a minor Darrell commercial manager of the General Tele phone of reported this morning that 200 telephones were still out hi scattered areas throughout the county but all service probably would be re stored Dover police received 3 re ports of fallen one of which caved in the top and broke the windshield of a car belonging to Jay Hattery and parked in front of his residence 125 llth Fred Zimraer manager of Ohio Power in New Phila reported a heavy con centration of damage from the south edge of through New Philadelphia and into the and Brightwood He estimated 400 liv ing south of New were without service for 3 Numerous power out ings also were reported throughout the county with See Page Weafliervane YESTERDAY High 89 Low 58 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low cloudy 94 66 cloudy 82 cloudy 90 Los clear 84 cloudy 86 New cloudy 81 cloudy 84 clear 92 San cloudy 66 cloudy 86 MMissing TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inches TOMORROW High 76 Low 48 Forecast Cloudy and 56 59 66 83 69 M 55 56 73 60 M Two Jersey Cities Hit By Rioters By CHRISTOPHER NINICLIER AP Negroes in Paterson and both Negro and white youths in Eliz abeth went on violent sprees Tuesday night in which gasoline rocks and empty bottles were store windows smashed and one store was loot The outbreaks began first in Paterson as order was re stored flared up in Eliza beth Both are major industrial cities in northeastern New Jer Elizabeth police said three cars carrying white youths ca reened through the streets of a predominantly Negro neighbor tossing Negroes smashed a tavern po lice and a Negro man was charged with Paterson Mayor Frank Graves said We have every reason to believe there will be further We are prepared for further trouble to In acting Police Di rector Michael Roy said he did not believe the disturbances were racially but were the work of a group of young guys out for a Police appeared to be in con trol in both Twelve separate incidents were reported in At least three store windows were Mayor Graves said a dozen Negro youths boarded a bus and smashed its Two fires were started in Eliz abeth firms with gasoline bombs and a third was started under the front porch of a white residents home facing an grated public housing One store was No serious injuries were ported in either Four persons were arrested in ANegro man was cused of looting a clothing store and three white youths were ar after they allegedly threw a bottle from a A Ne See JERSEY Page 3 CR Enforcement Vowed By Johnson By DOUGHS CORNER NEW YORK CAP dent Johnson told the American fiar Association today he will enforce civU rights law and must observe it re gaftta cl demonstrations m the streets aM Yioieuce in the la a eity racial der erupted recently in Harlepj sod JoJiason pledged wifl set piiaJt auy part ef to bjeegjne a jun wbefe tin wiaJi sf e tte prey While snftalring of mairilaininp for aMxm Mat was right that we But be beckoned to Americas allies to lend a strengthened hand and be upheld the admin istrations potoy in Viet Nam a policy t tot has drawn the fjre el Barry Goldwa liepubUcan presidential tbe President an ttase who would bave m deeart frora tbeje tested pmciptes asd torn would bav m wpdraw from tbe He said etbirs m wife action wbich might risk the m sad Big Changes In Welfare To Be Asked Ohio ommendations calling for sharp changes in Ohios welfare setup were made here today by the Legislative Committee of the Ohio Welfare Directors As The recommendations cover ing changes in administration and finance and including sug gestions for consolidation of de partments were made in a re port to the associations Execu tive One approved by tive Committee the recommen dations will be forwarded to the Welfare Committee of the coun ty Commissioners Association of Ohio and the Legislative Serv ices Commission of the Ohio General It is the hope of the welfare directors the sweeping changes will be placed before the legis lature in 1965 for according to Robert Sci oto County welfare director and Legislative Committee chair The recommendations ask the General Assembly to pass legis lation calling for counties to par ticipate in the cost of welfare by appropriating money equal to mill of the countys prop erty that the income from public utilities excise tax be placed in a special fund ear marked for welfare purposes only and distributed back to the counties strictly on the bas isof At appropri ate an amount equal to of a mill of property valuation for Aid to Dependent Also public utility excise taxes are returning to the county from which they Other recommendations af fecting finances include raising the state percentage of match ing funds from 40 per cent to 50 per if the present system of distributing public utility ex cise money is They ask for the removal of the mandatory provision of the law whereby counties must pro vide of a for soldirs and sailors relief and all or part of welfare The welfare directors also stated in their report they want ed any new source of income set up by the 1965 legislature to See Page 2 Flying Slab Kills Worker At Sawmill STILLWATER Lonnie of RD Port Wash was killed almost in stantly at Tuesday when struck in the face and headby a pieceof slab which flew out of a He was pronounced dead on arrival at Twin City Death was attributed to com pound fractures of the face and bead Hanshaw was working at the Jams Sawmill when the dent was working with Born in Clay West he was a son of Smith and Lucy Varney Hanshaw and was a sawmill worker most of his Surviving besides his are 2 Keith of Port Washington and Ronnie of dina 3 Foster Schupp and Robert wait of Utochsviile broth Brooks and of W Port Washington 4 gmmett FrM and Rawee Davis of BO fc Port GJeoo But er ssA Ivan yarding Yift aM Jf Friday tt io tbi Mmx Twer al Home oaadeij WaJis wiU be io West Vsm my tami M from 7 Manslaughter Verdict Returned Crago Lawyers Eye Retrial Victor Gardner Gardner Is Foursquare Award Winner Victor Gardner of Do vers Foursquare Gospel Church lias been selected as the denom inations Eastern District pas tor of the Announcement of the the first ever was given during activities last Friday at McPherson in by District Su jervisor Howard Clark of Mount The Eastern District is one of LI in and involves approx mately 70 Plans for he award were made at the Districts 1963 Factors in the selection were growth and development of the ministers expansion of participation in District and personal devotion to who came here 6 years ago Sunday from Har was a guiding light behind the recent construc tion of a new church here at Slingluff and Cross dedication for which was held in Dover Ministerial Gardner has been in the over 14 He and his wife reside with their 2 sons at 1005 Race In addition to the Gardner received a check as a personal gift of Dover Drug Store Sued For Three Common Pleas Court suits totaling have been filed against Marlowe Drug Store of 131 3rd and its owners for an alleged false and Dean Bussinger of 847 Sherman New charged that on an unnamed pre scription for medication was er roneously filled Instead of the medication pre scribed by Donald Mas tin of Dover for their 10year old the parents claim a dosage of carbontetrachloride was bottled at the drug The the Bussingers was a highly toxic and poisonous Ac cording to the prescription the dosage was 1 teaspoonfui 3 times with 2 refills per the suit In their the ers claim their son developed symptoms of tiredness and ano and disruption of liver and sustained See Page 2 BG Disavows Left Or Right By WALTER MEARS lican presidential nominee Bar ry Goldwater ex tremists of the left and right and if he wins the to consult in ad vance with former President Eisenhower on appointments to key Cabinet I seek the support of no ex tremists of the left or the Goldwater told a closed door summit conference of Re publican leaders he had sum moned here in a bid for party Goldwater said he was confi dent there would be no so called extremist takeover of the His statement was distributed in In he said that if elected he will consult Eisen former Vice President Richard Nixon and other experienced leaders seasoned in world affairs before naming secretaries of defense or or any other key national se curity Goldwater said the number policy would be patterned upon and continued If all this amounts to an im pulsive and triggerhappy ap proach to foreign then I fear the English language has lost its Goldwater said the number one campaign problem the Re publicans face is the totally wrong view our opponents will try to din into the mind of every American voter namely that the election of a Republican president in November will See Page 6 Segment Added To Gnadenhutten County Board Acts On Rush Transfer The County Board of Edu in a special meeting last transferred a seg ment of Rush Local School Dis trict to Gnadenhutten Clay and the Southern Local District once it becomes The action by resolution came on the request of 38 property owners in the western part of Rush whose property ajoins the Gnadenhutten Dis The board first declared null and void a resolution adopted ON THE INSIDE Dear Abby 27 Horoscope 27 Around The 6 Goren On Bridge 25 Hospital News 6 Obituaries 2 Sports 15 16 Womens Pages 12 13 Doctor Crane 25 Doctor 27 New Phila Patrol Post Head Named Kettleweil of Jack will assume duties as head of the New Philadelphia State Highway Patrol post on He replaces Davis of who has been assigned to the Jackson who served here for over a left at the 3 which was hurridly prepared after an unanticipated request from the Rush Local Board and 223 prop erty owners had asked that the county board transfer the entire district to The State Department of Ed ucation advised the action tak en under Section of the Ohio Revised Code should be declared null and A petition was presented at that time by Ben presi dent of the county ask ing transfer of the section to but under this section the entire Rush Local District would have to vote on the transfer at the 3 elec The action taken last under Section allows for the transfer to Gnadenhutten within 30 days if no remon strance is demanded and then only those involved in transfer are permitted to vote in any pe titioning Linton who will take over as county superinten dent said this morning that there was no legal conflict in the He stated that the board may See TRANSFER Page 2 Editorial Vandalism Must Stop t ths wanton vandalism which has been occurring in Tiucanwu and esps eially in Dover and New nuit Ths Daily Reporter reward fpjthe arrest and conviction of those responsible for the damage done ta Matthew Ellis tew ijj New Philadelphia Monday Qjfht or in the repent breaking of windows in 14 autos in the same Ths reward effer if with the belief it is the fef psasf rted artisa by tb ceipunity to pat an ts toe epteiatf of utter destruction of private and public Novnfti been in tay thj mm tbj iftrfe aad get Tbse factorj tby tit wwe tba City and coynjy ayjtkoxitiss b ewowwged to tab steps 10 f Iw aad highways of udwjg aod aw otJif r yoyths who have no logical m tic that its for fasvyjg Tlwr cjjjjfts sflsi stt fiifeiW syyllMM i by wJw ws rcsjwwibjLs wsvfi James Crago Turkish Jets Ignore Appeal To End Flights By ALEX EFTY Cyprus AP Turkish jet planes cruised low on reconnaissance missions over northwest Cyprus today only a few hours after the Security Council appealed to all nations to end flights over Cy Placardcarrying Greek Cyp riots demonstrated outside the Embassy in shout ing for the 400 or so Americans in Cyprus to get get they expressing a conviction that both the United States and Britain supported the Turkish air raids last Get you sons of Banners demanded Yankees go Britons go A government spokesman in Ankara said the Turkish jets had taken off before receipt of the councils request to all na tions to stop flights over Cy He said they were fight ers ordered to photograph but not to strafe or bomb Greek lypriot positions or troop move Greece charged that the Turks also flew over the Greek islands of Crete and both Tuesday and and demanded that they quit Premier George Papandreous Athens government warned Tur See Page 2 Reporter Employe Hurt Jack of RD linotype operator for The Daily is listed as sat isfactory in Union Hospital where he was admitted last night after his left arm was caught the large cam wheel on a linotype machine he was He suffered a severe laceration to his forearm and underwent surgery last night and again early Okay Welfare Hike County Commissioners have authorised a 10cent per in crease for boarding home ana foster care of children under control of the Welfare Lfcepgrt Lorn Gadji made the for the in buj was wiaviJLaWe to day fpf commeol the DAY UUGHTIHil of m eleptoftt 4 blitt to govenwaettt spec Dover Boy Wins Creative Award Brad son of and Dale Swinderman of 323 20th is a winner in the Creative Arts Award Contest sponsored by the 1964 Youth OfBy ForThe People was his theme for a sculpture he sub Youth magazine is pub lished by the United Church of Conviction Returned In 105 Minutes James co counsel for James Moses Gra of RD said at noon today that a motion foe a new trial is almost a cer tainty in light of yesterdays firstdegree manslaughter con viction in Common Pleas along with Clair have been repre senting indicated thai motion would be based onal leged legal errors committed during the i Barnhouse said they have un til Friday to file such an action or 10 days in which to file an He said they also planned to talk with Judge Lamneck and Harlan The 8man jury de liberated one hour and 45 min utes as it reduced the charge from second degree Crago has been on trial 7 days for the March 28 death of Milton his l The defense lawyers said they also planned to talk with who was returned to County Jail after the verdict was re turned at The manslaughter conviction carries a 1 to 20year Judge Lamneck did not set a date for who had shown virtual ly no emotions while either lis tening to witnesses or testify ing in his own smiled when the verdict was announc Barnhouse described Crago as being disappointed by the saying he thought he should have been Prosecutor Harlan Spies this morning said I thought the State of Ohio had proved sec ond degree we must accept the wisdom of the Earlier the prosecu tor told The Daily Reported regardless of what was said during the he has never acted as Cragog counsel in any court Barnhouse revealed this mom ing that throughout the made mental notes on testimony by The at torney said Crago then wrote notes after he was taken to County Jail each night and then gave them to counsel the next The Barnhouse concerned testimony He has an amazing ability of Barnhouse The jury was locked up at following a charge by Judge Lamneck and closing See Page I Helicopters Stage Viet Nam Assault By RfALCOU BROWNE XA m Viet Nam AP One of the largest helicopter assaults of the South Viet Nam war was hurled today against 3 repflrted concentration of some Communist Viet Cong in a jungle s Vietnamese and 4rmy carried nearly Vietnamese troops into the Minutes after assault be a yoiiSg Army first lieutenant slumped at his 4 buJiet had passed as t helicopter was 3 iug pass md Pierced bis heart owr class of 50 to Another armed flown by Ralph Irvin of also was shot up badly but limped back ta Bedding and bis crew Every available helicopter in e southern hall of South Viet Nan was rounded up far the Put the moroujg started poori The helicopters and tbe Vfefe namese Air Force tbal were to have blasted roelteU into the assault ZPO faa4 to turn away when heavy rolie4 It was nearly tte opsratioa got lo tbe up ai
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