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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Cleveland Browns In Action At Hiram Training Camp 13 The Reporter First To First To Serve Your Community THE DAILY REPORTER 54 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County August 1964 HOME EDITION Serving Over Familial PHONE 7 CENTS Democratic Team Begins Shaping AllOut Campaign Humphreys Speech Jabs At Goldwater By JACK BELL ATLANTIC AP Accepting their nominations with the roaring tributes of the Democratic National Conven President Johnson and Hubert Humphrey quickly turned today to the practical business of shaping a campaign aimed at defeating their Republican Before they were to leave for a weekend at the LBJ ranch near Johnson the President and his vice presidential running arranged to brief the partys na tional committee on their fast forming political First Humphrey and then Johnson stood Thursday night in the blazing lights on the podium to tell thousands of Democrats at the closing session of their convention that they had enlist ed their energies in a crusade to build the great society in a tumultuous The interrupted time and again by in accepting nomination for a first fouryear elective that the election is not between liberals and conserva party and platform and It is between courage and he It is be tween those who see what can and those who want only to maintain the status It is between those who welcome the future and those who turn away from its He pledged a pa tient effort to move the world toward I will use the full resources of the federal to See Page 16 Cleo Cut To Breeze CAPE AP Hurricane no longer the blustering monster that roared hrough slapped weakly oday at the rockets of Cape Kennedy and the city of Day ona But the Miami Weather Bu eau reported a tendency to redevelop in the offshore portion of the and warned that the present northward track will carry the storm again over the Atlantic where Cleo could draw One of the main streets of Miami Beach leaves no doubt that Hurricane Cleo smashed this way on her destructive journey up the Florida Gold 4 Cleo s Swirl Left Twists And Twirls City Officials Air Annexing OfSpenceLand Plans for annexation of land owned by and Gene Spence and proposed extension of Evergreen were dis cussed at last nights Dover Planning Board Service Director Ream said County Commissioners must approve the annexation of Spences land near Winkler before City Council can take any He said the Spences last night agreed to dedicate a 50foot frontage of the property they own to the city for the new road in exchange for the in stallation of city water and isewer facilities to their Ream said contact also will have to be made with Norman Winkler and Arthur Weinsz for acquisition of portions of land they own before any action on the new roadway could be Ream said City Solicitor io Corsi will be asked for an opinion concerning the planned changes and proposed Fla AP air plane flew without a a man sunk his boat in a swim ming pool to it and a group of cluldreifr fiad tee cream party because a twinengined DCS apparently took off from Opa Locka Airport as Cleo swirled Nobody saw the plane cleared several obsta cles that could have been avoid ed only by traveling She just snapped her ropes and took said maintenance man Brian All that wind rushing under the wings creates and thats all you need to In West Palm a young suburbanite dropped his motor Weathervane YESTERDAY High 85 Low 65 Elsewhere In High Low clear 86 60 cloudy 82 73 clear 81 68 Los cloudy 77 64 cloudy M M New cloudy 84 60 cloudy 82 65 cloudy 86 61 San 64 56 cloudy 83 66 MMissjng TODAY 7 68 RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 85 Low 70 Forecast hu possible boat into his backyard swim ming pool to protect it from Cleos 100mile a trick fishermen learned centuries ago sunk craft into rivers at the ap proach of bad as it A West Palm Beach housewife inadvertently stocked up on freezer full of ice cream the aft ernoon before Cleo Her power went out and the ice cream threatened to drip all over the she hauled it out anc gave the neighborhood children an ice cream In Delray a veteran o World War I said Cleo was worse than The is custodi an at the drivein theatre and lives at the bottom of the huge extra wide screen in a four room ripped the screen apar See Page 16 FLORIDA ASSAULT IS DEATH FREE new energy from the warm Gulf Only a 43mile punc tuated by an occasional gust up to marked the passage of the once vicious storm to the west of Daytona Damage was Hurricane warnings remained up north to and a hurricane watch was in effect to A path of death and destruction was be hind the Her known death toll stood at At 11 the eye was centered a short distance north west of North the coast begins to bend to the On her due north Cleo would start working inland at The only hurricane winds oc curring at the time were in but svarnings were left pending a penetra tion of the hurricane by air Winds were gusting at 45 miles an hour at Jacksonville Beach and six foot swells pound ed the Moderate to heavy rains spread northward into which Miami and 200 miles of Floridas Gold Coast looking like a battle zone after striking with winds up to 115 miles an hit Cape Ken nedy with winds that peaked at 65 That was 10 miles below hur ricane not enough to cause serious damage to the sprawling which was prepared to weather winds more than twice that Six giant space rockets rods See CLEO Page 2 Sugarcreek Auction Asks Injunction Sugarcreek Livestock Auction ing filed a petition this morning in the Clerk of Courts office asking for an immediate restraining order against the National Farmers Organization and 12 members of the organi Named are John Sigrist of RD Dundee Irvin McAllis ter of RD Newcomerstpwn Paul Ladrach and John Young of RD Sugarcreek Virgil Moore of RD Caldwell Wil liam BUI Warden of RD Salesville Francis Buxton of RD Scio Richard Roe of Tuscarawas County and John Doe to include all other per sons possibly Stanley of president of the Ohio chapter of NFO Ed ward Sassy of vice president of the and William Davis of Mount Ster secretary of the In asking for the petition the auction firm claims that in a mass demonstration on 24 at the Sugarcreek Auction Barn the by their threat ening obstructed en trance of the vehicle to the barn of the loading and unloading of The petition also cites Threats of personal violence and injury to personal property threatening manner in their communication with customers and intimidating the and threats of personal violence and injury and proper ty damage intimidating the auc tion employes and employes of customers and shippers in at See Page 2 Leaders Indicate Sufficient Signers For School Vote Residents of the Goshen Lo Sa lemWashington and Gnadenhut temClay school who are circulating a petition in ef forts to get a referendum vote on the proposed new Southern Local School would not release an exact number of signers last indicated that the number of signatures dbtained so far has surpassed the minimum which would be in excess of Approximately 30 persons at tended the meeting in the vale Fire Station and turned in but spokesmen said that they would wait until all of the petitions were returned be fore stating the exact A meeting was set for Satur day night at 6 slow time at the fire station for the purpose of tallying the remaining tions so an accurate total can be The minimum number of sig natures needed is 742 or 35 per cent of the registered voters in the The petitions turned in las night were mainly from the Go shen and TuscarawasWarwick districts and Harry Goddard o See SCHOOL Page 9 BURNS LOSES HIS STRAIGHT MAN1 Heart Attack Claims Grade SB By BOB THONAS heart attacks in the her retirement in Nuisance Action Hits Stuck Tavern By Pete Groh Daily Reporter Staff Writer Stuckis Tavern at 206 Tus carawas was ex pected to reopen today follow ing a mixup in interpretation of a temporary injunction granted yesterday afternoon by Common Pleas Judge Franz Stuck above looks more than a little chagrined after Sheriff Deputy Gene Lyons below posted the injunction on the front door of Stuckis Spent To Try Crago Court costs for the secondde gree murder trial of James irago of RD totaled according to the court entries filed in the This amount included a pay ment of to James Barnhouse and Clair the courtappointed counsel for The lawyers paid in expenses from the sum awarded Fourteen jurors 12 regular members and 2 alternates re ceived a total payment of for the 7day each receiv ing per a total of were paid at a rate of per day plus 5 cents per mile for traveling Other major expense items were for Clerk of Court for stenographer fees and for sheriffs Crago was found guilty of firstdegree manslaughter in the bludgeon killing of Milton Swonger on March Last Monday he was sentenced by Judge Lamneck to the Ohio Penitentiary for 1 to 20 Sheriff Young took Cra go to the Oluo Penitentiary this The tavern closed at yes terday afternoon when Sheriff Deputy Gene Lyons posted the Upon questioning by Franz operator of the Lyons told him that the order meant no sales could be made in the tavern un til the outcome of a hearing on the the requested in a petition by County Prose cutor Harlan refrained the defendants from permitting the continuance of the com mon referring to the unlawful sales and possession of intoxicating Others named as defendants in the petition were John Stucki of Franzs bro who is the liquor permit and Gust Lambros of Tuscarawas the property Spies petition states that the nuisance created by Stucki operation will continue unlesi restrained and abated by the The temporary injunction also enjoins the defendants and al other persons occupying the premises described in the peti tion from removing or in anj way interfering with the fixture used in connection with the op eralion of the said when Stucki ivent to the attorney this morn he did not show him a copy of the order but told him only that he had been The as explained by As sistant Prosecutor James Thom as at would be required for Stuckis reopening if a per manent injunction were granted y Lamneck at a 9 hear Thomas said the amount of he bond could range from 000 to A hearing for a permanent in junction has been set for 9 9 before Judge Sec Page 2 Plans Readied For New Area Shopping Mart Announcement is expected Saturday from 2 Mansfiled giving detailed plans for the pro posed shopping center on a 13 acre tract along Route 250 south of Dingledine of who picked up the options on the property last said to day construction will begin with in a few weeks by his The number of buildings to be erected and names of busi nesses to qccupy them will be released by Saul Doppelt of partowner of the new Burt also of reportedly is the other Stuckf this will be Dover John Woodard as apparently telling him of the closing of his occupied by several wellknown chain Dingledine definitely including a supermar Woodard could not be contactket ed at noon today for comment on the but about anRenovate Gas Station hour earlier he told the Daily The contract for recovering Reporter he would contact Judge with enamel and general repairs Lamneck this afternoon to set a to the American Service Station bond for Stuckis at 269 High New Phila has been awarded to the Taylor Construction of Can according to a building per Residents of the Rush I nrai mit filed this niorninS in tne neajueius Ul me IXUMI LOCdl niroptnrc Offino District will vote on a milli m U torsUmce renewal 44 cents per for 5 years at the 3 Boys Break Bulbs The Rush Local School Board of A New Philadelphia resilient Education filed a resolution yesnotified police last night at Alden of 908iterday witn tne county Board that 2 teenage boys had broken Tuscarawas has been 0 Elections asking for the levy several fluorescent bulbs on the hired as a police to be on lhe ballot for street in front of Ladrachs Police Chief Garrison Groh monjes needed for current operl Paint Store on High announced ating Police did not locate Groh said who re placed Gail recently named was hired yesterday afternoon and began1 work last Warner served 3 years in the Dover Has New Police Deskman Stauffer Achieve State Fair Cheese Honors whose scatterbrained comedy helped make Pums and Align g top act in show business for 34 dM Thursday after a heart She AP Grade They seem loi Until the strain of sus was for Uie fjmjjy Miss 4M at UU5 and that hep husband comedy 4H114 fBBwff actor George was at side si Ce4ajs Of COB aj tjie w Georges ibe PW sjjg slow her down mushTen days taming her nitwit role some ago she and busbaod were times made her tense and among toe guests at tfee gala wedding reception for Edje At the tune of her Mow and tor oew gurus why she quit warty MSbplg Sie effervescent a She aeyer was a Most actors are aware of playing to an Mot Tbe side of tbe stage to ward the was a wall to She concentrated onjy on and as she been DAY MIGHTiNiR Newcomerstown Buys Land Jt was reported today that the Newcomerstown Community Im provement has purchased 35 acres of land from James of land from James and Betty Bates of Port Washj armed forces and attended The property is the site j Dover He is not Ernest Schmid of Sharp Run which cheese he wanted for a new Bates Metal Products plant will be erected in the near The Ohio Canal property leased by Bates from the State of was trans ferred to the CIC in order to qualify for the Small ij Business what she feM to say tuid aeyer gave a thought to zmems or Page 14 and Samthe points Stauffer of Ed Steiner Ladrach of Sugarcreek Dairy wheel ON THE INSIDE1 of down toP wiieei w and block yesterday during Swiss cheese Around The World 9 judging at the Ohio State Fair Cheese Factory gained the placed second in the division for 5 while Erwin Fieni of Kidron Courts Reopen Service Director Ream said this morning jtijat tenjois cowls at city park oft have been Mowing a 4ay seal ing jie said they also Abby in Columbus 19 It was the fourth contest in 01 events which go toward estab lishing an Ohio same amount in the block cata judging during the Tusearawas Goren Ou 19 County aad the annual Swiss Hospital 2 Festival wijl complete the con Obituaries 2 Both Schmid and Stauffer gained 6 the latter tinuing at the top of the total point list with Fieni an4 Ladrach are runnersup witij Sports 1M2U Television Boib wheels and blocks could Other finishers and be entered in the state fair but the chaesernaker had gained were Wheel Troyef Womens Pages 8 s to before the judging Union Cheese Karl tf your Horoscope 21 by Robert oj l See Page   

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