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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                If LAMY OSttS WASHINGTON AP dMfttea M both stta of the po lltictl fence have fired M fttKh as nuclear weap ons taxes and civil rights in the first major skir mishing of the 1M4 presidential President Johfisotif whitenot openly ickno gttig It is campaign took stuff issue with Republican nominee Barry GoMwater on the ques tion of nuclear weapons control in a Labor Day address in Detroit In nearby Indiana and Ohio Many Bases In First Major Campaign it ramtiaiwt swing in Saiii home slid was the vice presidential nominees Republican William Ilitter of Ntw ifld cratlc Hubert Hum phrey of Mirinesola on taxes and civil tights among other GeMwater tfttit mix into the scrap but from the Arizona senators came wofd that h will outline tonight a plan lor reducing taxes by S per tent a year for five years if he is elected in who rested M Phoenix opens his first On The Political Scene Page 5 major campaign swingin Humpfty MMt a11 turned to In a statement issued as he began his campaign trip Gold water charged that the Johnson adihinistration in effect pron ises to regiment our people at home arid has demonstrated that it will wreck our alliances The statement said Jphiwofi had spoken on tice and peace in but Americans should remember that there have been Growing ocetptanct creates an more interesting paper THE DAILY HTER HOME IWT10N i 42 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew September Serving Over Nmlliee PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Dora At Floridas Tuscarawas Woman Dies In Home Fire Record Eludes Traffic By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TUSCARAWAS The counDeaths the nations high tys first fatality of the year ways and streets over the long was recorded over the weekend Labor Day weekend rose past with the death of a widow in the 509 mark but the Na her home tional Safety Council said the Dead is Helen numDer of fatalities would not whose body was discovered approach record n I Monday at 5 At the latest traffic fa PART OF FOOTBALL Division 6 in ihe Professional Football Hall of Fame parade last Saturday at Canton was devoted to Dovers past in pro Dover High cheerleaders carried banners in front of a car carrying Mayor LeMoyne followed by the Dover High one of 3 which participated in the 7mile march from Memorial Auditorium to the Hall of Crowds estimated at more than viewed the The big football weekend culminated Sunday with the third annual Hall of Fame won by Baltimore 4817 over See story on Page keeping the death toll behind ast years record of 557 Throughout most of the 78hour AP Hum the number of deaths cane a monster of had kept pace with the record rifying churned inexor setting 1963 11 Early Sunday evening ably toward Floridas midsec the Won today with winds up to 130 i T CAR HITS BRIDGE SATURDAY High 77 Low 43 SUNDAY High 82 Low 47 YESTERDAY High 89 Low 51 Elsewhere In High Low clear 88 67 cloudy 94 71 clear 86 64 Los clear 77 58 84 76 New clear 82 63 cloudy 88 M M clear 93 70 San clear 64 55 clear 87 62 TODAY RAINFALL Last 72 Hours None TOMORROW High 88 Low 62 Forecast Fair and Port Washington Man Dies In Crash Thomas Speed of Port well known beagle dog raiser and was Wiled at Sat urday night in an auto crash on Route south of Coshoc Muskingum County sherrif de puties said Moore was a pas senger in a car driven by his which went off the roadway and crashed in to a cement bridge The said the couple and a apparently were re w i tllC Sheriff deputies said the worntalities across the United States ans clothes evidently caught numbered Eighteen per fire as she was cooking on an sons were killed in boating ac electric They surmised cidents and 57 others drowned that either a rag or towel was Howard president of the ignited and that Roths safety credited cautiou clothes then caught fire as she driving on the part of home j attempted to extinguish bound motorists with James a neigh who told deputies she went to the Roth home after she heard screams and her husband noticed smoke coming from the kitchen alerted the Tuscarawas Volunteer Fire De ipartment after she went to the IJf iJlillWMJ i if number of deaths reached 450 miles an and safety council spokesmen Residents in lowlying areas expressed fear that a new along 280 miles of coast in Flo record would be set as motorists Georgia and South Caro clogged highways on the way IMk were advisedjo h0ml Tides 10 feet above normal The safety estimated Bureau said bur before the holiday began that winds could begin See Page 1C Mineral City Girl Reigns At Cnaden GNADENHUTTEN Nancy beagles in with several of his dogs gaining nationwide at He was a member of the Ea Moose and Veterans of By CHARLEY DICKENS Foreign Wars Lodges and was a World War II having served in Europe 3 of the 4 years he was in the He was an unsuccessful can didate in the May primary for the Democrat nomination as county home and saw the She of Mineral City was also called an crowned Indian Queen here Firemen responded immediSaturday night before a but had to break into the of nearly 500 persons as this vil I locked lage concluded its annual 2day They found the bedroom Indian I ablaze and discovered Miss daughter of Mr Roths badlyburned body Mrs Robert Maurer and will reign over next years Other girls entered in the con test were Sharon Horsfall and Sue both of Gnadeii hutten Linda Decker of New the Deputies surmised the woman had rushed to the bed By CHARLEY DICKENS room in an attempt to obtain Dover High authorities should blankets to smother her burn KA rflasi trt laarn that His Strasburg Man Injured In Fall Jack of 9th was admitted to Union Hospital with 2 broken ankles and a broken right arm received in a fall off a roof he turning home from the Ohio State County Coroner ruled Moore died instantly of a crushed Moore suf fered face lacerations and bruises while Terry had a sprained foot and bruises of both Both were released following treatment in Coshoc ton Memorial Deputies said Moore could offer no explanation for running off the highway and said she didnt even see the bridge until she hit The auto was Deputies said a conference is moaning along the shore to night from just south of the nations space center at Cape to Dozens of cities and towns along the coast began button ing for Dora had a striking area 450 miles across big ger than all New Hurricane winds of 75 or more extended outward 150 miles to the north of Doras calm eye and 100 miles to the Gales extended 350 miles be glad to learn that dising I was Four persons Surviving besides his the former Jeanette and Terry the and a Gary Gay Lynne Haney of New Phila and a Floyd Helen Ford of Anchor A son preceded him in Services will be held at 1 Wednesday in L i n nHert Geib Funeral Home at New Philadel phia with Elder Glenn Carlisle of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Burial will be in East Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Tuesday at the funer al Eagles services will be covery of a mathematical error reduces an expected def icit in the proposed 1965 budget to The difference came from an error in addi Someone totaled plus at A county officer is somewhat more than angry over the fact that he is being docked some for overpayment in Born in Port she was a daughter of the late Grant and Laura Stocker Mad den and had resided here for the past 57 Her died in Affiliations Sharon Moravian Womens Bible Ladies Aid and Daughters of Surviving are 2 James Erma Berkshire won over a field of 9 other girls all who had represented variou Class A schools in the county All the contestants appeared in colorful originallydesigned Indi an Miss Maurer received a Savings Bond and a trophy comerstown Susan Glazer o Port Washington Glenda Ell wood and Judith Doll of Stone Creek Kay Austin and Lianna Miller of and Tana Dillon of Saturday visitprs re ceived a treat when 4 girls dressed as Beatles pantomimed 3 screaming The girls See Page 2 were treated and dismissed in the emergen cy including Guy of Cuyahoga Falls who re ceived second degree burns to his right hand while testing electrical meters for the City of Dover at the shopping Others were Paul yuvr i till It 11 III f at the same authoriOf and Earl ties will make no amends for isabelle Goshorn of here 7 he2 weeks vacation he foregrandCniidren and 5 great went because of an overload of work in his Services will be held Wednes day at 2 in UhrichHostet Out of the 37 teachers on the tier Funeral Home at Uhrichs Dover High School staff for vnie with William Matz 12 are outoftown Frederick Morganstern of Nine of them are staff Burial will be in Shar veterans 6 from New Philadelon church Friends 2 from Dennison and one may can at the funeral home from Three tonight from 7 to planned with Prosecutor Rich ard Bridwell to consider pre sentation of the case to the grand No charges have been deputies A Port Washington resident 12 Moore was born in New Philadelphia and the son of Thomas and Idella Ilahn Employed 2 weeks ago by Diebold Safe and Lock of Moore had operated a welding and pipeline held at 7 Tuesday with Moose services at are newcomers one from Stone one from Mounds Stone one from and one from CqUlp On Permit Transfer of RD New for fractured ribs while work ing on a truck at the County Home Charles son of Robert Eichel of RD New for contusions of the rib cage in a fall from a hay and Viola of 200 Shafer frac tured right arm following a fall at He became active in training DAY BRIGHTENER Officials of the State Liquor Control Department said that Tuscarawas County Prosecutor Harlan Spies this morning re quested a photostatic copy of a form signed by Dover police Chief Garrison noting no objections to a liquor license for Franz Allen chief of the liq uor permit said Spies Tell a woman shes too will prove you ON THE INSIOf Around The World Dear Alvarez Crane Goran On Bridge Home Building News 21 14 Daily iDisconnected i 20 Switch Officials of General Telephone said today they have dis connected directdialing equip ment to the Mineral iSugarcreek areas until 2 Last Friday Martin told the when the new system is sched Reporter an investigation would uted to go into be launched to determine why Last week subscribers Groh signed the statement in those areas were able toreac light of 36 complaints recorded the Dover New Philadelphi by his department in the last area toll free because of circui 2 years against the operation of Stuckis Tavern at 206 Tus carawas Ave Darrel di cdiawas I trict commercial sai A hearing on a petition by j discussing the premature di Spies to close Stuckis for a covery and Thursdays stoi year as a common nuisance will be held at 9 Wednesday Sec Page 2 covery and Thursdays in The Our toll calls from the are las dropped to he continu Honey Mourar and her festival SS A v W A U v VV X T Mom Welcomes Season BackToSchool Movement m t 11 1 C i rtt 4It A nrff By Kay Williams Daily Reprter Staff Writer rhe sun is setting a little ear lier each day and the leaves My reluctance to face this change of season is based on a variety of not the least of which is the uncom are beginning to turn color and pleted list I made in June of Home Builduig News o fail While autumn has always things to get done this sujn Hospital News my favarifc I find alone checking the items Some of the items are pretty ridiculous by and will just be saved to give me a head start on next summers Uke plant new flower bed and paint porch The hat really throws is finish spring like that in September the conscience will not permit j 40 what to file this one away for nextjhap to the sumraer j Obituaries Television Womecs Pages n n 10 JJAV MW X Q y What on earth in my character does one do with an ultimatum istically neat and efficient fash 1 have begun to compile myself looking at this Let me that when I crop of goldenrod and saying f Wait Im not quite ready for you say that I havent even I mean managed to finish making the let Dover Bus Schedules On Page 5 definite impression we were but the sum of the results of our busy an already 100 A hurricane watch with gale warnings was posted from just north of the winter playground of the wealthy at Palm north to Myrtle At Cape emergency crews lowered five huge ets from their pads but left a sixth a 190foot Saturn 7 poised for flight in its support ing It was designed to withstand winds of 175 the seasons second was many times greater in size than the which killed more than 130 persons in the Caribbean and caused an estimated million in damage along Flori das east coast late last month before turning out into the North Cleos top winds were only 30 miles Shortly after Dora was about 350 miles east of Cape Kennedy and moving westward steadily at about IS Its too early to say where it will make said See Page Word Of Caution To School Brigade WHUid Parents can help assure the safety of their children on the way to and from school by minding them of the impor tance of obeying the instruction of school safety sug gests the Tuscarawas County Automobile Although patrol members are selected for their leadership qualities and youthful citizen the AAA notes that they must have and at tention of their fellow students to do their jobs A word from parents will help a child to better understand the importance of the efforts by the patrols at school Patrols have been credited by safety experts with playing a direct role in reducing the death rate among school children to onehalf the rate of 40 years ago when the first patrols were while the rate for all other age groups has gone The AAA also suggests that for the portion of the route to and from school where chMreo i are not protected by patrols par ents discuss is Start fall There Tuat takes care See raft II cide wbicb is the to be followed   

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