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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1964, Dover, Ohio Resume Of Lyndon Johnsons Views On Major Issues Page 8 a Nifwork ef Newimen end Correspondents Serving THE DAILY REPORTER 20 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DovefNew August HOME EDITION Serving Over Fern WONE 7 CENTS Heat Home Woes olice Ph itrc CLIJBS A policeman wields a club on a who resisted when ordered to move along during rioting in NorthPhiladelphia AP 3 Young Men Receive Probation In Area Thefts Three young who plead ed guilty to information last week in Common Pleas got a break from Judge Lamneck These are the kindof people that give the court a great deal of Lamneck com in placing all 3 on 5 market and stole watermelons that both boys need guidance and other vegetables for 4 other j need including Alvin of 5th St Victor and Argyle both of will have to spend 2 more months in County Jail before their after admitting their part in a July 9 breakin at Carlings located on Route north of Mineral Miller said he was the one who actually broke into the There was 5 of us altogeth Miller told the but there were 2 of them who havent been He named a Jerry Schuman as being driver of the who t was also and Dav iid and Donald who have eluded police to New a 9th Grade told Lamneck he had been on his own since the age of His parents had separated when he was but 3 months He added he had never known his and had not seen his mother for 5 Lege admitted stealing Weekend Riots And Pillaging Hikes Damages PHILADELPHIA AP A uneasy quiet returned to the riotravaged Negro section of North Philadelphia after a weekend of violence and Sporadic window smashing and throwing of rocks at police continued into the ear ly morning but city and police officials said the situation remained under control and the foursquaremiles trouble zone was returning to relatively nor mal Some police saturated the area which remained under a 24hour Mayor James Tate em phasized that a clearthestreets order issued Saturday remained in The fall ing under an 1950 made it a with a maxi mum penalty of two years in for anyone to be on the streets without legitimate busi Cecil head of the Phil adelphia chapter of the said he felt the mayors procla mation had become unenforce able because of the stifflinghot If these people stay in their they will roast to said Very few people were out in the streets before how and Tate said his procla mation would remain in force another week or 10 There are still isolated and sporadic criminal he Police arrested 38 allegec looters between midnight and boosting the overall to tal to nearly in a progress statement late Sunday reported tha 225 stores had been looted am more than 350 persons arrestec for various The in See Page Nick Former Public Dies Nicholas of 731 Walnut wellknown life resi dent of Dover and former city and county died this morning in his home following a lengthy A son of the late Nicholas and Barbara Loahrer he was born on a farm near Graduated by Dover High in 1893 and New PhDadelphia Business School in he was a former employe of the Dover American Sheet and Tin Plate He also was paymaster for the Active in the Democratic par he held many appointive as well as serving as city auditor from 1910 to and as safety director See Page for Nicholas Weinsz NFO Checkpoints Set Up At Auction who quit school in cash from a camping trailer 8th has a long list ofowned by Thomas Dean of 311 similar extending 3rd and faced a to North J possible sentence of 1 to 7 years has a Jong record of Jin the Mansfield minor Lamneck who said he could Assistant Prosecutor J a m e not see what good would Horse Racing Opens At Ohio State Fair Ohio start of four days of harness racing highlighted todays at tractions at the UUh Ohio state with the Ohio state Trot the featured race on the seven race Fourteen 2yearold standard breds were entered in todays which will consist two elimination heats with the first five finishers in each heat going for the big money in the showdown Rfcan with Johnny Ca ton in the was favored the first beatke Flame driven by Bmce was gjyejj the nod in the second The fairs wing schedule will be climated Thursdayby the Governors for DAY B1IGHTINII it out teller told the court Ms and on the youths as surance that he had a job with a John Bambeck in Sharon Cen put Lege on The judge ordered no ment for Lege since he had been in jail since Lamneck accepted the offer of Miller and Williams to make But the horse set wasnt the i their but iltr rrrtnim i i tllGm S4 tn fin Cn only group attracted to todays fair More than handicapped youngsters were ex pected to be on the fairgrounds as the exhibition observed its 10th annual Crippled Childrens The representing be tween 50 and 55 Ohio counties were to be guests at a luncheon and admitted to ajj rides on the midway free of One rather spectacular fea ture scheduled today was a car in which a car suspend ed at a height of feet was to be released to crash a second car pointed Aim of the sponsored by the Slate Highway Safety pepartmenf was to show what happens when two cars traveling at S3 wlies m tent The ms mm to gave them a year to do so and also court Miller closed the court with the comment Id like to thank the court for giving us figures m mwg larger of a year ago V UN AW Pancake Even Approximately persons attended the annual in Prive In Pancake Breakfast held yesterday at the New Phil adelphia Municipal sponsored by the Pover and hiladelphia Exchange Sign Petitions For Merger Vote A group from Tuscarawas Warwick SalemWash ington and Gnadenhutten Clay school districts was to present petitions containing more than signatures at the County Board of Education office at this The signatures were of voters in the 4 districts and had been obtained in the last few weeks in efforts to force a referendum vote on the creation of the South ern Local School which would comprise the 4 Southern Local was created by the county board 3 and would have become effec tive Thursday if no petitions for a vote were Signatures of at least 35 per cent of the registered voters in the district were needed to have the issue placed on the and total finally obtained was more than half of the in Hudson Hillyer of Uhr ichsville was to accompany the See Page National Farmers Organiza ion members continued their rotest at the Sugarcreek Auc ion Barn this but articipation in the holding ac ion was much less than last Jonday when nearly 300 NFO members were on This morning the NFO set up 2 checkpoints on 2 roads eading to the auction Only about 10 members took all observing Fridays tempor ary injunction order forbidding hem to enter onto the Common Pleas Judge Ray mond Rice had granted the in junction on a request by Sugar creek Auction Lloyd manager of the livestock had set up no parking and no trespass ing signs last apparently directed only to the NFO mem Eleven farmers had passed through and unloaded livestock at 10 It was reported there were 50 head of hogs and a few head of cattle to be sold from this mornings incoming live Ralph Pollock of RD NFO organizer for this said Mishler is only helping us by putting up those signs ordering everyone to stay Ervin chairman of the Coshocton had asked Mishler to call the auction board of directors together in order to meet with local NFO repre sentatives to discuss the present holding action and tions Mishler later said he doubled it if the board would listen after all the demonstrations the NFO had been reported that meeting room to explain the terms of the Plans were made at that time to continue the picketing and to take pictures of farmers selling Appointed to hire an attorney to protect the farmers inter ests were Arthur Lahmers of Gene John Dale John Sigrist and Paul Sheriff who was in vited to the said he would stop vehicles at the en trance to the auction but agreed to permit 2 NFO mem bers to inform any NFO mem bers in the cars of the injunc Dover Woman Cited In Crash Dover police cited Kathryn D of 1024 Dover for failure to yield the right ofway following an accident at Sunday afternoon on W Gth at Center They said her auto collided with one driven by Andrew Rus zin of RD There was no In an accident on Tuscara was at Saturday after a car driven by Oscar of RD struck a telephone pole guy wire and guard who police said left the was cited for un safe Kentucky Fire Levels Negro Hall MOUNT Ky the eve of a threat ened boycott of city schools by Negro parents protesting a change in integration an allNegro school and a building that served as a Masonic hal for Negroes have been de stroyed by Montgomery County Atty Henry Bramblett said he has re quested state police be alerted for possible duty guarding the citys three white The disturbances shattered years of calm in the states school inte gration Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the state Department of Public Safetys arson squad sifted through the ruins of the allNegro Duboi School The school was burned Sun day while firemen were answer ing an apparent decoy call at a white school at the other end of the Damage has been esti mated at The Masonic owned by undertaker an aci tive leader in the local NAACP was leveled Sunday Two policemen who discovered the blaze said they could smell kerosene and re ported seeing a large can burn ing under the Banks is one of two NAACP leaders who met with the citys board of education earlier in an attempt to end the boycott The board has revised its plan to integrate all grades of city It decided to in tegrate only two grades this after it was learned more than three times the expected number of Negroes had regis tered to attend white After Dubois school was burned the school board met in an emergency 90minule closed Jack Miller issued a brief announcement that the board had decided to suspend the school systems op Weathervane SATURDAY High 89 Low 64 YESTERDAY High 86 Low 64 Elsewhere In High Low Pr 91 62 clear 88 clear 87 57 M Los cloudy 77 64 86 80 91 74 86 68 90 62 67 56 90 74 66 cloudy New cloudy clear clear San cloudy cloudy TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 48 hours trace TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 84 Low 55 Forecast Sunny and Dover Teacher Gets New Job Dale Beatty of 424 Seneca was to have assumed du ties today as assistant principal of Perry High in Stark who has been an in dustrial arts teacher for the last 5 years in Dover recently earned his Masters degree in school administration in West A graduate of Fair State Teachers he also holds a high schools principals Beatty also had served as equipment manager of Dover High The Dover Board of Educa tion is expected to act on his resignation at tonights He and his have 3 children and expect to move o that area erations until Police Check Disturbance Dover police were called to the Moose Lodge on Tuscar awas where 2 men had broken several bottles during a Everything was v nwiit rvuuij UUIVJCIS tU lived hired by the parents of Family barking dots 25 Negro said a suit and several re to force integration of all grades ports of boys making nose would be filed early this week j were investigated overhe week I nnrl Biloxi 1st Grade Integrates Quietly AP Seven Cars by Howard sixyearolds quietly be of 213 Prospect classes with white jind Mary of j graders here the Dover collided public school below I he Fouryearold John Young of The Negroes entered sett SM bmrset Ss Court a School Brown said he anticipated no trouble with the start of classroom Any outbreak inevitably would affect a major industry college Biloxi has been relatively free f the racial troubles that have first first in J at Sunday on1 his start of the fall attempt A wadein on the white sand by Negroes eruoted the side of a car i to enter three other previously I into violence in 1960 Dexter of I allwhite schools later in the Firstgrade classrooms doors were opened to Negroes by a federal court order which also ON THi INSJOi attractiw for the was a woman sfe in smmtii ley as did to Jhe 3 rnjle divers pro n wm m frojB a We Of Pi The World Abby 17 Alvarez 19 Cime 17 Second ChanceBut In Army f A young on probation1 the in Tuscarawas presented found that probation officer to say Robert Moore is his best clotlies to carr court order directing this tour istconscious Gulf Coast city jand two other local school sys terns to Mississippi is the last directed Jackson and rural Leake County to lower racial The who is fiaaUy was accepted iiHo the he had Jackson lias registered 43 Ne gro first graders with classes m slated to begin Leake of its five white atten Army chiefly on Moores insistshirts and V V Jijjljt irtl Hospital News njaace that his previous record boys Obituaries Sports Television Pages 3 14 7 the largest school at the elein the rural will conduct newsmen j registration Tuesday for first Photographers were not Civil rights sources say permitted in the three Negroes will gregale is
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