Dover Daily Reporter, August 29, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter

August 29, 1964

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Issue date: Saturday, August 29, 1964

Pages available: 36

Previous edition: Friday, August 28, 1964

Next edition: Monday, August 31, 1964

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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1964, Dover, Ohio Brother Die In Wyoming Crash Aviatrix Survives 2 Freezing Nights AP A coura geous Chicago survivor of a plane crash that took the lives of her father and was brought to safety in a sev enhour horseback ride during a snowstorm Miss Roberta a buyer for a Chicago spent two nights in the rugged moun tains near Yellowstone National I dont know how she got through said Paul district ranger for the Shoshone National Forest and one of her Miss Kowaczek was piloting her and their Richard both of on a fishing va cation in a rented plane when they crashed Wednesday at 500 feet altitude during heavy The plane went down in the Silver Tip a few mites from the eastern edge of Miss who received her pilots license a month See Page 25 Crash 127 Arrested In By GEORGE ESPER PHILADELPHIA AP Ne gro rioting and looting broke out in a wide area of Philadel phias north Friday night 55 and continued sporadically into this Roving bands of most of them smashed looted THE DAILY REPORTER Dover New August 1964 7 CENTS 36 threw bottles and stones from roof tops and attacked police Looting was widespread and damage The crowds hooted and jeered Negro leaders who asked them to halt the Police Commisioner Howard in personal charge at the had 700 helmeted po earring riot in the area but sporadic looting continued for hours after day Leary said the rioting was the work of Thirty two policemen were in one suffering a skull frac Civilian casualties totaled 95 Arrested were 102 adults and 5 all Most of the injured were released after treatment in hospital cy It was the firsl major Negro disturbance in Philadelphia this summer as had been the pattern it started See Page 12 ROBERT SOLLEY NFO Activity In Sugarcreek Is Restricted Lambros Threatens Suit For Gust Lambros of Tuscarawas a de fendant in Thursdays nuisance action against Stuckis said today he will sue Police Chief Garrison Groh and County Prosecutor Harlan Spies for slander and Lambros claimed he would seek Lambros is the landlord of Tavern Window Broken In Dover The owner of a was bar reported to Dover police early today that someone bad broken a window at the es tablishment with a finger nail polish Damage also was listed to drapes and a window Prowlers a bat in a home on Walnut also were on lice Franz operator of the Tuscarawas Stucki has been served with a temporary injunction pending the outcome of hearing be fore Common Pleas Judge Lamneck at 9 Prosecutor Spies had request ed the action in a claiming the operation was a common Dover John Woodard who has been retained by Stucki and said today that he planned to file a motion Mon day in connection with the DAY BRIGHTENER An executive is a man who goes from big air conditioned office in an air conditioned car to his air conditioned club to take a steam He would not elabor In discussing Lambros pro posed he said We are going to handle one case at a meaning the permanent injunction Woodard claimed that a mis leading journal along with an incorrect interpretation by sheriff caused the See Page 12 Views Of LBJ After Barry Goldwaters nomination as the Republican presidential The Dai ly Reporter carried a resume of his views on the prime issues and problems of the Now that President Johnson has been similarly nominated as the Democratic standard The Reporter on Monday will provide readers with a resume of to Common Pleas Judge Ray mond Rice yesterday issued a temporary injunction against the National Farmers Organiza tion and 12 of its members on the petition of the Sugarcreek Livestock Auction Rice set the restraining order pending a determination o f the issues and the final hear ing on the He ordered the sheriff to post copies of the order at the loading and un loading docks of the Sugarcreek Auction barn and at main of The judge also ordered a copy to be read to all persons re presenting or acting in behalf of the who might be on the premises at the time the notices are Sheriff deputies this morning posted the temporary injunction order at the auction John Sigrist of RD president of the county NFO issued the following statement this morning J have not read contents of the but I do not be lieve there are any reasonable grounds for an injunction in the first We think they the auction regardless of what is that they are against the farmers getting a fair price for what the farmer And that also includes any other or ganization that is behind an in junction against the We are only asking for a NFQ Page 43 Robert Solley Countys 15th Traffic Victim Robert of 131 Glenview became TuScarawas Countys 15th traf fic fatality at last night in a onecar accident on County Road between Strasburg and Coroner Philip Dough ten ruled Solley died of a crushed chest and internal in He was pronounced dead on arrival at Union Hospital where he was taken in Steffe Funeral Home State patrolmen said Solleys car was traveling at a high rate of speed it went off the knocking down 30 feet of fence before stopping another 500 feet down the Officers said Solley was thrown from the auto and into a Solley was a son of George and Susie Price Solley of See Page 25 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 90 Low 68 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERF High Low Prec clear 88 60 clear 82 60 1 Los cloudy 75 64 cloudy 90 M New cloudy 83 67 clear 88 65 clear 83 64 San clear 64 57 86 70 TODAY 7 70 RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 87 tow 62 Forecast possible ON THE INSIDE Around The World 8 Hospital News 5 Obituaries 35 Sports to 3Q Television is to 2A Womens ;

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