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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                on rnoft poptr VOL Largest Circulation In Tuscdrawas County September f J HOMI IDfflOM 1 t PHONE 42167 f i NMiMiHr 7 CENTS Farmer Aid GOP Candidate Gets Roaring Welcomes By WALTER WEARS presidential nominee Barry Goldwater today promised the farmer a sympathetic ear in the White House if he beats President Johnson in The Arizona senator told more than 300 people at a fund raising breakfast that Johnsons only concern for agriculture On The ItA Rtmovci Cleveland 5 Dover High School Page 9 Two Civil 16 Phila Mani Father Poising 25 The World 13 29 29 Dear 31 Goren On Bridge 31 Hospital 22 Obituaries 2 Sports Womens Pages 14 15 Pa CR Nixes ion Auto Purchase Order Served On PhilaBuyer After trying vainly for 5 deputy sheriffs finally served an injunction on Robert Gib son of 151 2nd New at 2 Wednes The order was issued by the Common Pleas Court in con nection with the suit of Biggio Ford Sales of Steubenville against Gibson to recover a ti tie to an automobile erroneous ly mailed to the The firm claimed Gibson Agreed on April 21 to purchase an auto for the petition failed to appear to picl up the car later that month By the petition the car title was mailed to him and he never returned it The Biggio firm has asket the court either to rescind the or as an alternative to grant judgment in the amount of plus costs In the event of the contract Biggio further ask that the court order Gibson re turn the title and to pay fo the firms prepayment of sale tax and title The injunction restrains Gib lion from en transferring otherwise disposing of the cei tificate of pending ou come of the court with the farm Goldwater envisioned a rea gnment of political par He put it this way This is he way that political parties ave been Nobody gets p on a soap box and says Were going to have a ere it Hundreds of housands of people and now millions of people will make a Some Republicans will join he Democratic An over whelming number of Democrats hould join the Republican Par reorientation of the par ies so that we can travel under our true Goldwater also said Republi cans would move slowly and carefully to curtail the price support and farm subsidy pro He mentioned a span of ive to ten I have never advocated im mediate he It couldnt be He said the farm program is a creature of the Congress that couldnt be jettisoned at the whim of a We couldnt do it we want ed to and we dont want he We merely want to see freedom exist across this nation and that includes In front of the Wake See Page 2 Justice Department Plans Court Appeal AP A threejudge federal panel today ruled that the publicaccommodations section of the Civil Rights Act is unconstitutional as applied to a Birmingham The who expressed their concern over the spread of con gressional issued a temporary restraining order against acting Nicholas prohibiting him from enforcing the Taft To Visit Fair Tuesday President Lyndon Johnson and Canadian Prime Minister Lester Pearson review the honor guard during the formers historic visit into Canada AP Ohios Robert congressman Taft at large GOP Womens Parley Slated A conference for Republica women workers in Tuscarawa County will be held next day at slow time i the Elks auditorium at Nc It is one of 60 scheduled by the womens division of the state Central and Executive Dwight Ann Goodman of county will Theme of the meeting is If It Is to Its Up to The opening session will be devoted to voting the forth coming election and the county After a luncheon there will be a slide talk on na tional issues entitled Why We Will Vote Another slide talk on working techniques or precinct workers will con elude the and Republican nominee for the will be at the County Fair next He will arive at DoverNew Philadelphia airport at in a plane piloted by Jerri Ohio aviatrix who flew around the world earlier in the A mobile display unit featur ing the educational Your Congress at will be located on the Fairgrounds and Taft will make that his He will have dinner at the grange tent and stay for the The display will be staffed by Taft who will dis tribute pamphlets describing the work of Congress and also government pamphlets on topics ranging from infant care to the history of the ac cording to Ray Adkins of TaftforSenate chair Golden Store May Be Rebuilt BARNHILL Earl owner of Golders Grocery Store said today that his entire stock was lost as a result of a fire Although only a portion of the store actually more than 50 per cent of the rest of the building sustained smoke and heat Colder added that insurance adjusters yesterday told him to obtain 2 contractors bids for rebuilding the It will de pend on their whether or not the store will be Colder Firemen from the combined Barnhill and Bright wood Volunteer Fire Departm extinguished the blaze within 30 minutes after it thereby saving total destruction of the LBJ Turns Eye To Conservation By FRANK CORMIER AP President Johnson ignored a steady rain today to mingle with banner shrieking crowds as he arrived at Port land to propose a broader na tional conservation Johnson was greeted atthe Portland International Airport by several thousand partisans who pressed his closed car as he began he drive into the The President hopped out of man in the Southern Local Citizens Croup To Meet Sept 30 Ralph Romig of Uhrichsville High re ported this morning that only a few persons attended last nights organizational meeting of a citizens group involving the 4 districts of the Southern Lo cal school The which met at the Midvale Fire set up a temporary organization for the purpose of representing the pe which recently was signed by a sufficient number of pie inquiring the consolidation Marians Are Hired To Manage UCC Union Country Club board of directors have hired Bruce and Margery Harlan as club man They replace Thomas and Virginia who will leave the area 1 for Lock Masheter To Attend IS 77 RibbonCutting Earl deputy director of Division Department of said today that the ribboncutting ceremony open ing the 8mile stretch of Inter state 77 in the county will be held at 3 on The being arranged by Tuscarawas County Chamber of Commerce will be staged near the Green Gables James Rhodes and High way Director Masheter along with other highway offi will take part in the cer to be put on the 3 Romig reported that one com mute was pjmed for the pur pose of calling meetings if the occasion shoukl arise and that tentative meeting set for where Berry has Harlan formerly was manag er of Reeves Hotel in New Police Vacancy Filled For Now Acting Dover Police Chie Raymond Ries has named Sgt Jack Paisley as acting captain to replace Kenneth who recently Ries said Paisley will hold the post until a Civil Service promo tional examination is The tests are set for Stuck Bond Parley s Scheduled Stuckis Tavern at 206 Tus arawas was open or business this de pite the fact that owner Franz Stucki failed to post the bond set in Judge Lam necks temporary injunction by the deadline of midnight last t The temporary injunction isted as effective was to continue until the trial for rermanent injunction is heard Lamneck had ruled that Stucki could continue to operate the tavern by posting a bond if he is properly authorized to do so by the Ohio Departmen of Liquor who said this morning he had acquired the necessar money and intended to post the bond apparently though the 17 deadline mean Judge however said today that under the term of the the bond i late and informed Clerk o Courts George LaPorte h should not accept the bond unti Stucki had conferred with the le auto to do some handshak ng and hatwaving in the jost ng Johnson flew to Portland from eattle where he had argued for ontinued White House control I nuclear saying the nited States had taken every tep man can devise to ensure either a madman nor a mal unction could trigger nuclear The President dealt in detail ith the nuclear war question in Seattle address at a hotel inner sponsored by three area olleges and the Seattle Cham er of Commerce Although he never once allud even to Republi an rival Barry he ipparently felt that on the luclear topic he had something oing for since it was his econd speech in 10 days to See Page 2 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 83 Low 52 Elsewhere In High Low ft clear 72 50 cloudy 70 cloudy 71 Los cloudy 79 clear 84 New cloudy 66 Man Dies At Canton Harold of RD who was rushed to Union Hospital last night in an attempt to save his life after an apparent heart at died this morning in Tim kenMercy Hospital at Palmer was transferred there last Thursday after undergoing an emergency tracheotomy in Union He was taken there by a Dean and an unidentified cou assisted when the Couts auto broke down en Palmers wife administered mouthtomouth An employe of Timken Roller Bearing of he was a son of Henry and Retha Mer cer Palmer of RD who His widow is the former Jan et Border and he was the father of 2 Keith and all of the Other survivors are 2 Mary Mizer and Daisy Getchey of Me chanicstown and a Palmer of He was a member of the EUB Church and the Strasburg American Legion Services will be Saturday at 2 fast time in the EUB Church with Howard Fox Burial will be in Grandview Friends may call Friday from 2 to 4 and In a Justice De partment spokesman said the department will appeal cision to the Supreme He said it will ask a stay of the restraining order granted by the threejudge pending dispo sition of the case by the high The filed in Dis trict was in connection with a suit brought by Ollie McClung and his co owners of Ollies The McClungs challenged the constitutionality of the law and asked for the temporary injunc Lynne Birmingham and Circuit Judge Walter Gewin of heard the case 1 and held it under advisement until The case was the second key court test of the The rul ing was directly counter to the judgment by a similar three judge panel in which held that the section was con stitutional and that an Atlanta restaurant and others similarly situated came within the scope of the Atlanta restaurant owner Les ter Maddox has appealed that decision to the Supreme See CR Page 22 Judges Seybourn and Grooms of Less Noted In Ford Parleys DETROIT nts for ford Motor and the Jnited Auto Workers Union said pday they were less optimis tic than before that a strike can be avoided at Ford by Fri days 10 EST Both UAW President Walter Reuther and Ford Vice Pres dent Malcolm Denise agreed as they entered a show down bargaining session still were issues on the there table that could erupt in a strike of Fords production work 56 M 63 78 64 51 65 54 63 cloudy 82 San rain 62 cloudy 81 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours None TOMORROW High 75 Low 58 Forecast little tern perature 7 to 9 at the Steffe Funeral Girl Takes Bike Ride Robert Rimer of 214 4th reported the theft of a bi cycle from his front porch at yesterday He told officers later that he found a little girl riding it on 5th Judge Fisher Honored At Bar Program Former Common Pleas Judge letus Fisher of New Phila delphia was given special rec ognition last night by the Tus carawas County Bar at a dinner meeting following the annual Fisher was presented with a portrait of which will be hung in the Common Pleas together with the portraits of other distinguished county At the presided over by Danny as sociation Judge Lamneck praised Fisher as one of the astute legal minds in the d i s t r i c Common Pleas Judge Frank Cope of Carroll County also spoke in honor of Fisher for his contribution to the bench and Present at the dinner were Judge Deane McLaughlin of the 5th District Court of Ap peals and Judge James May er of who served on Reuther expressed most con cern in the areas of standards and working condi tions and said there must be some give on the part of the company or they will stop mak ing cars Potential strike trouble also was brewing at spite the national agreement of the UAW assembly line There was still the possibility of a walkout at a few plants where local grievances had not been In a strike deadline of 10 Friday has been set in contract negotiations for some white collar workers in clerical and engineer ing News Briefs i WASHINGTON gency funds totaling almost billion to finance urban mass the poverty civil MWCD court with Auto Alex Antonelli of 315 Karl reported to Dover police this morning that someone had pulled the spark plugwires from his auto while it was parked the same Russell of New the associations Poet read a poem he had specially drafted in Fish ers A number of members of the Carroll County Bar at tended yesterdays outing at the Atwood Yacht Club and golf Common Pleas Judge Raymond Rice and Francis both of rights and food stamp programs were approved today by the House Appropriations Commit Largest allotment was million to start the administra tions or economic This is million less than Presi dent Johnson Ohio ert former chief of the surplus commodities division in the Ohio Welfare De died about three hours after being injured in an auto In his state McGonagle headed the distribution of gov ernments throughout Apple Thrower Brings Police Philadelphia police New re Campaign Outlined For Southern total Facts of toe An educational program to meet the needs of all boys and girls attending the schools in This will be the theme used in a presentation of facts to voters in the proposed Southern Local School District prior to the 3 vote on the consolida County School Linton Honaker outlined a campaign to present all facts the creation of the new district last night to 17 members of boards of eduction from Goshen Major points developed were 0 The new Southern Lo caj District would naeet all of the recommended conrernij tof which wfll pre to the OWo Legjsjiatu Department of 9 Cost for a 4year high school to accommodate 800 to MO students is estimated at plus the cost of a sew age and water system and a 27 be erected near the population center of the or east of 4 A meeting was set for 20 at in Tuscar age and waiter system and a 27awas High at which time i re acre presentatives of the State De partment of Education will be Selection of a site will on hand to answer any and all Residents of all 4 dis tricts are to MiMter ticked olf the re quirements of the new revised minimum standards prepared by Ralph Purdy of Miami University in conjunction with have to be made by the new Southern Local Board following the but indications are that the frjlgfr fcJMwd the State Department of Edu Enrollment within the district should be of such size that it will facilitate an efficient edu cational organization for the achievement of the defined ob fee New were co chairmen of the Sleeping Sickness Case Is Rumored A rumored case of encepha itis in the Newcomerstown area is being investigated by the County Health A boy reportedly was believec stricken with the sleeping sick ness illness and was taken to a ZanesviUe hospital for ob ceived a complaint from a Fair NE man at last who said a neighbor boy was throwing apples at his Police talked to the youths father who said the complain ant should file The man said he would talk with ju venile At a woman ran onto the front porch of a 2nd SW home saying her hus band had beaten her but that she had gotten She later returned home where lice talked to the Ground Hog Dover police removed a ground hog from a Howe residence at yester The animal had found Us way to t Truck Vandalism to a truck owned by Cloyd operator ol Grohs Cabinet Shop at m lltb was reported to Dover police yesterday ttf said someone had scratched paint from the bood art ot ot   

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