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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter September 17, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - September 17, 1964, Dover, Ohio Growing county-wide acceptance creates an even more interesting paper The Daily Reporter HOME EDITION VOL 61. NO. 57.    32    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Thursday, September 17, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Familial PHONE 4-2167 I CENTS Barry Vows Farmer Aid I On The .... ILA Removes Cleveland Longshore Boss........ Page    5 Dover High School News.................... Page    9 Two Civil Rights Keys Listed..................Page    16 Philo Man's Father 'Passing Through'..........Page    25 Around The World ........... 13 Dr. Alvarez .................. 29 Dr. Crane .................... 29 Dear Abby ................... 31 Goren On Bridge ............ 31 Hospital News ................ 22 Horoscope ................... 31 Obituaries .:................. 21 Sports ................... 17-18-19    j Television ................... 21 Women’s Pages ........ 14    &    15 Panel Nixes CR Section GOP Candidate Gets Roaring Welcomes By WALTER R. MEARS RALEIGH, N.C. (AP)—Republican presidential nominee Barry Coldwater today promised the farmer a sympathetic ear in the White House if he beats President Johnson in November. The Arizona senator told more than 300 people at a $15-a-plate fund raising breakfast that Johnson’s only concern for agriculture is with the farm vote. Auto Purchase Order Served On Phila'Buyer’ After trying vainly for 5 days, deputy sheriffs finally served an injunction on Robert L. Gibson of 151 2nd St. NE New whetting number of Democrats Philadelphia, at 2 a.m. Wednes-1 sh°uld Join the Republican Par-day. The order was issued by ly~a reorientation of the par-the Common Pleas Court in con- **es s0 ^atvve ^‘an *ravel under nection with the suit of Biggio our c°l°rs.” Ford Sales of S t e u b e nville Coldwater also said Republi-against Gibson to recover a ti-1cans W0ldd move slowly and tie to an automobile erroneous- carefully 1° curtail the price ly mailed to the man.    support and farm subsidy pro-, The firm claimed Gibson fams- He mentioned a span of: agreed on April 21 to purchase lveT ten >’ears-on o.un fr»»» •*> Aon    I    “I have never advocated im-1 mediate withdrawal,” he said. I Coldwater envisioned a realignment of U.S. political parties. He put it this way: “This is the way that political parties have been formed. Nobody gets up on a soap box and says ‘We’re going to have a party, here it is.’ Hundreds of people, thousands of people and now millions of people will make a move. ‘‘Some Republicans will join the Democratic Party. An over- Justice Department Plans Court Appeal BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — A three-judge federal panel today ruled that the public-accommodations section of the Civil Rights Act is unconstitutional as applied to a Birmingham restaurant. The judges, who expressed their concern over the spread of congressional powers, issued a temporary restraining order against i acting U.S. Atty. Gen. Nicholas Katzenbach, prohibiting him from I enforcing the act. an auto for $2,420. Gibson, however, the petition states, failed to appear to pick up the car later that month. Bv mistake, the petition President Lyndon B. Johnson and Canadian Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson review the honor guard during ,    (AP    Wirephoto). ‘‘It couldn’t be done.” He said the farm program is ‘‘a creature of the Congress” laims, the car title was mailed couldn t be jettisoned at the Golden Store May Be Rebuilt BARNHILL - Earl Golder, fiction to grant** iudcment* in freedom exist across this nation owner of Golder’s Grocery Store *    ®    J    P>    'inH    that    in*-*!urine f>irmnrc ’• >    :J    tL.i    L:____a: the former's historic visit into Canada yesterday. ★ c to him and he never returned it. The Biggio firm has asked the court either to rescind the contract, or as an alternative whim of a president. ‘‘We couldn’t do it if we wanted to and we don’t want to,” he said. ‘‘We merely want to see the amount of $2,400, plus costs, In the event of the contract’s recision, Biggio further asks that the court order Gibson return the title and to pay $78 for the firm’s pre-payment of sales tax and title fees. The injunction restrains Gibson from selling, assigning, encumbering, transferring or otherwise disposing of the certificate of title, pending outcome of the court action. and that includes farmers.” 1 here, said today that his entire In front of the Wake County, stock was lost as a result of a fire Tuesday night. LBJ Turns Eye' To Conservation Strasburg Man Dies Al Canton Harold J. Palmer, 30, of RD I, Strasburg, who was rushed to Union Hospital last Wednesday By FRANK CORMIER    (the auto to do    some hand-shak-!    night in an attempt to save his PORTLAND Ore (AP) -—.teg and hat-waving in the    jost-    life after an apparent heart at- ‘ Johnson ’ ignored a    ling throng.    lack; died ^    "J™' tlvin en „ “    "I"    t    ctPsHv rain tnriav to mingle with    Johnson flew    to Portland    from    ken-Mercy Hospital at Canton, han 50 per cent of the rest of steady rain today to mmg^with    where    he    had    argued    for|    Palmer    was    transferred    there the building sustained smoke banner and heat damage.    crowds as Golder added that insurance tend to propose adjusters yesterday told him to .lienal    ^, step man can deviSe to ensure obtain contractors bids tar    international    Airport    "either a madman nor a mal-j Coats, and an unidentified con- ii win ue    ..r    c——— —i—- nip u/hn assisted when the In Washington, a Justice Department spokesman said the ! department will appeal the de-| cision to the Supreme Court. He ; said it will ask a stay of the i restraining order granted by the ; three-judge court, pending dispo-j sition of the case by the high court. The ruling, filed in U.S. District Court, was in connection ! with a suit brought by Ollie McClung Sr. and his son, co-owners of Ollie’s Barbecue. The McClungs challenged the constitutionality of the law and asked for the temporary injunction. U.S. Dist. Judges Seybourn Lynne and H.H. Grooms of Birmingham and Circuit Judge Walter Gewin of Tuscaloosa, Ala., heard the case Sept. I and held it under advisement until today. The case was the second key court test of the act. The ruling was directly counter to the judgment by a similar three-judge panel in Atlanta, which held that the section was constitutional and that an Atlanta Although only a portion of the I store actually burned, moreI President GOP Women's Parley Slated See FARMER, Page 2 Taft To Visit Fair Tuesday 4! ™f— • v&sasr-"" “ "“-isrscrs ... and Republican nominee for the J ^ U.S. Senate, will be at the County Fair next Tuesday. He will arive at Dover-New . hannor . waving shrieking Seattle where he had argued for sni° e    he arrived    at    Port-    continued White House    control    test Thursday    after undergoing a    broader    na-    °f nuclear weapons, saying the    an emergency    tracheotomy in United States had taken    “every    Union Hospital. He was taken there by a    neighbor, Dean Less Optimism Noted In IM, Ford Parleys DETROIT (AP)—Top negotiators for Ford Motor Co. and the United Auto Workers Union said today they were “less optimistic” than before that a strike can be avoided at Ford by Friday’s IO a.m. (EST) deadline. Both UAW President Walter P. Reuther and Ford Vice President Malcolm Denise agreed as they entered a 24-hour, showdown bargaining session there still were issues on the table that could erupt in a strike of Ford’s 165,000 production workers. Reuther expressed most concern in the areas of production standards and working conditions and said there must be some give on the part of the restaurant and others similarly company “or they will stop mak-situated came within the scope mg cars tomorrow.” of the act.    ' Potential strike trouble also Atlanta restaurant owner Les-1 was brewing at Chrysler, deter Maddox has appealed that'spite the national agreement decision to the U.S. Supreme I covering most of the UAW assembly line workers, j There was still the possibility I of a walkout at a few plants {where local grievances had not been resolved. In addition, a strike deadline See CR SECTION, Page 22 ■their reports, whether by several .thousand partisans function cou.d trigger nuctoi^w* ^ ^ his Judge Fisher Honored At Bar Program A conference for Republican women workers in Tuscarawas County will be held next Thurs- A mobile display unit featuring the educational theme, a . * m./i . v • I‘‘Your Congress at Work,” will in.    J.    -w    xJl^be    located    on    the    Fairgrounds Philadelphia airport at 5:15 'extinguished the blaze within 30 p.m. in a plane piloted by Mrs. | minutes after it started, thereby Jerri Mock, Ohio aviatrix w'ho savmg total destruction of the flew around the world earlier building. in the year. rebuilding the store pend on their repoi^, ..........,    „    .    .    .    T    J(u,9r closed w<1‘ The President dealt in detail timer’s wife administered t    ..    ,    thA    ritv    i    with    the    nuclear    war    question in j mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, iremen rom e combined j president hopped out of a Seattle address at a hotel! An employe of Timken Roller delphia was given special rec   —------ 1    dinner    sponsored    by    three    area    Bearing    Co.    of    Canton, he was colleges and the Seattle Chamber of Commerce of IO a.m. Friday has been set in contract negotiations for some 7,000 white collar workers in office, clerical and engineering jobs. Former Common Pleas Judge: Cletus A. Fisher of New Phila- ■ Midvale, Barnhill and Brightwood Volunteer Fire Departm the Elks auditorium at New Philadelphia. It is one of 60 scheduled by the women’s division of the state Central and Executive j Committee. Mrs. Dwight (Ann): Goodman of Dover, county j * ““ . ’ chairwoman, will preside. I n u e Theme of the meeting is Is to Be, It’s Up to Rhodes,    M To Attend IS ll Ribbon-Cutting Earl Nelson, deputy director and Rep. Taft will make that his headquarters. He will have dinner at the grange tent and, ,  .....  .    .    . stay for the Bandarama.    j?/. Plvlslon I^epartment of The display will be staffed by j Noways, ^ said today that the Taft volunteers, who will dis- nbbon-cuttmg ceremony open-pamphlets describing in8 tee 8-mile stretch of Interstate 77 in the county will be held at 3 p.m. on Oct. 14. Stucki Bond Late, Parley Is Scheduled Although he never once alluded, even indirectly, to Republican rival Barry Coldwater, he apparently felt that on the nuclear topic he had something: a son of Henry and Retha Mercer Palmer of RD I, Strasburg, who survive. His widow is the former Jan- ognition last night by the Tuscarawas County Bar Assn. at a dinner meeting following the J annual picnic. Fisher was presented with a News Briefs % WASHINGTON (AP)—Emergency funds totaling almost $1 billion to finance the poverty war, urban mass transit, civil going for him since it was bis j “J,d Mre Daisy Grtchey of Me- county jurists StucWs Tavern at 206 N. Tus- secoml    h    ■"    ’»    *"    •    -    -    -    cornily    jurists. I, j, the work of Congress and alsolsla,e Me ” The K()vernment pamphlets on topics Is to Be, Its up to Me. me Tj f infant rarp to thp The program, being arranged , . opening session will be devoted .. f h ^ s CaDitol ac. bv Tuscarawas County Chamber llsted to voting information, the forth-C£’s “ | of Commerce officials, will be £ « coming ejection and ti* ™my « VafKnatech^ I staged near the Green Gabies man in the county. coming government. After a there will be a slide talk on national issues entitled “Why We Will Vote Republican.” Another slide talk on working techniques for precinct workers will conclude the conference. Harlans Are Hired To Manage UCC staged near the Green Gables interchange. Gov. James Rhodes and Highway Director P. E. Masheter, along with other highway officials, will take part in the ceremony. Union Country Club board of directors have hired Bruce and Margery Harlan as club managers. They replace Thomas and Virginia Berry, who will leave the area Oct. I for Lockport, N.Y., where Berry has taken a job. Harlan formerly was manager of Reeves Hotel in Philadelphia. Police Vacancy Filled For Now | the Sept. Acting Dover Police Chief tonight. Raymond Hies has named Sgt. I Judge Lamneck, however, Jack Paisley as acting captain said today that under the terms to replace Kenneth Dafforn, who of the injunction, the bond is recently resigned.    late and informed Clerk of Ries said Paisley will hold the | Courts George Laporte he post until a Civil Service promo- should not accept the bond until New tional examination is held. The Stucki had conferred with the tests are set for Oct. 16.    court. Southern Local Citizens' Group To Meet Sept. 30 Ralph Romig of Tuscarawas, a Uhrichsville High teacher, reported this morning that only a few persons attended last night’s organizational meeting of a citizens group involving the 4 districts of the Southern Local school consolidation. The group, which met at the Midvale Fire Station, set up a ^ temporary organization for the “An educational program to the creation of the new district purpose of representing the pe- meet the needs of all boys and last night to 17 members of tition, which recently was signed girls attending the schools in boards of education from bv a sufficient number of peo- the district.”    Goshen Local, Tuscarawas-War- ple requiring the consolidation; This will be the theme used wick, Gnadenhutten-Clay and to be put on the Nov. 3 ballot, in a presentation of facts to Salem-Washington. carawas Ave., Dover, was open for business this morning, despite the fact that owner Franz Stucki failed to post the $3,000 bond set in Judge J. H. Lam-neck’s temporary injunction by the deadline of midnight last night. The temporary injunction, as effective Sept. 17, was continue until the trial for permanent injunction is heard. speech in IO days See CONSERVATION, Page u Weathervane YESTERDAY High 83    Low    52 et Border and he was the father    portrait of    himself, which will of 2 sons, Keith and Steven, all    be hung in    the Common Pleas of the home. Other survivors    courtroom,    together with the ^ 2 ^Uv    £.J£7J,5?!P°rt7^ 0ft°ther distinguished    1 rirhlslnd'^amp pV^ams- rs.    Daisy    Getchey    of    Me-    county jurists.    were annrnveri tnriav bv the chanicstown and a brother, G I At the meeting presided over House Appropriation! Commit- by Atty. Danny D. Johnson, as-: tee Church ana the ctrachurgI J00*3**01? Presjdl®nLJJ*dSe •{ Largest allotment was $750 aSL iInn p^t    ^    LfTCk praise? Fl?heras one million to start the administra- Amencan Legion Post.    of the astute legal minds in    tion’s    antinovertv    or economic Services will be Saturday at ■ the d i s t r    i c t. Common Pleas    ^0rtu„T pro!ram.    “s Judge Frank Cope of Carroll    $197.5 million less than Presi- County also spoke in honor of    dent Johnson requested. Fisher for his contribution to    _ the bench and bar.    COLUMBUS,    Ohio    (AP)-Rob- Present at the dinner were    ert F. McGonagle, 45, former H. Palmer of Bellevue. He was a member of the EUB 2 p.m. (fast time) in the EUB I Church with Rev. Howard Fox I officiating. Burial will be in 1 Grandview Cemetery. Friends may call Friday from 2 to 4 and Elsewhere In U.S.    7 to 9 at the Steffe Funeral High Low Pr. Home. Lamneck had ruled that Stucki Albuquerque, clear . 72 50    .. could continue to operate the Chicago, cloudy ____ 70    56 tavern by posting a $3,000 bond, Cleveland, cloudy ..71 M if he is properly authorized to Los Angeles, cloudy 79 63 do so by the Ohio Department Miami, clear ....... 84    78 of Liquor Control.    New York, cloudy .. 66 64 Stucki, who said this morning Pittsburgh, cloudy . 82 51 he had acquired the necessary St. Louis, rain ...... 77    65 money and intended to post the San Fran., rain .... 62 54 bond today, apparently thought Washington, cloudy 81 63 Girl Takes Bike Ride .04 .ll Judge D. Deane McLaughlin of chief of the surplus commodities the 5th District Court of Ap- division in the Ohio Welfare De-peals and Judge James L. May- partment, died today, about er of Mansfield, who served on three hours after being injured the same MWCD court with in an auto accident. 4th Fisher.    jn    hjs state post, McGonagle bi- Atty. Russell Bowers, of New headed the distribution of gov- 17 deadline meant TODAY 7 a.rn................54 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours None TOMORROW Sunrise............6:09 Sunset.............6:30 High 75    Low    58 Forecast: Cloudy, little temperature change. Robert Rimer of 214 W. St. reported the theft of a **{cycle from his front porch at Philadelphia, the association’s emments throughout Ohio. •    .«r     -    “Poet Laureate,” read a poem he had specially drafted in Fisher’s honor. A number of members of the Carroll County Bar Assn. attended yesterday’s outing at the New Philadelphia police re-Atwood Yacht Club and golf ceived a complaint from a Fair course. Common Pleas Judge Ave. NE man at 7:40 last night, Raymond C. Rice and Atty. who said a neighbor boy was Francis G. Fitzpatrick, both of throwing apples at his car. 10:15 yesterday morning. He told officers later that he found a little girl riding it on W. 5th St. Apple Thrower Brings Police Auto De-wired Alex Antonelli of 315 Karl Ave. reported to Dover police this morning that someone had pulL J the spark plug wires from his auto while it was parked downtown. co- New Philadelphia, were chairmen of the event. 'Sleeping Sickness' Case Is Rumored A rumored case of encephalitis in the Newcomerstown area is being investigated by the Department of Education. be erected near the population quirements of the new revised, county Health Department. A (2) — Cost for a 4-year high center of the district, or east minimum standards prepared boy reportedly was believed school to accommodate 800 to of Tuscarawas. .    by Dr. Ralph Purdy of Miami stricken with the “sleeping sick- at (4) — A meeting was set for Campaign Outlined For Southern Local 'Facts Police talked to the youth’s father who said the complainant “should file charges.” The man said he would talk with juvenile officers. At 7:22 p.m., a woman ran onto the front porch of a 2nd St. SW home saying her husband had beaten her but that she had “gotten away.” She later returned home where police talked to the man. Romig reported that one com-rrtitte was named for the pur- voters in the proposed Southern: Major points developed were: Local School District prior to I (I) — The new Southern Lo-pose of calling meetings if the1 the Nov. 3 vote on the consolida- cal District would meet all of occasion should arise and that tion. a tentative meeting had been County School Supt. 900 students is estimated $1,410,005 plus the cost of a sew-1 Oct. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in Tuscar-age and water system and a 27- a was High at which time 6 reacre site.    „    presentatives of the State De partment of Education will be (3) —* Selection of a site will on hand to answer any and all t h e recommended niimimum have to be made by the new questions. Residents of all 4 dis-Linton standards which will be pre-1 Southern Local Board following tricts are to attend. with Edu- University in conjunction the State Department of cation. Enrollment within the district should be of such size that it will facilitate an efficient edu- ness” illness and was taken to a Zanesville hospital for observation. cations) organization for the    *8    a    Howe    st set for Sept. 30. Place of the, Honaker outlined a campaign sented to the Ohio Legislature i the election, but indications are: meeting will be announced later. J to present all facts concerning I for adoption in 1967 by the State1 that the new high school will1 achievement of the defined ob- I)r. Honaker ticked off the re- Sw SOUTHERN, Page 22 day. I way Truck Vandalized Vandalism to a truck owned by Gloyd Groh, operator of Groh’s Cabinet Shop at 508 W. lith St., was reported to Dover police yesterday morning. He p.m. yester- said someone had scratched The animal had found its paint from the hood and on Ute to the ba.se.me.iiL    side aI the vehicle. Ground Hog Removed Dover police removed a ;

  • Alex Antonelli
  • Barry Coldwater
  • Cletus A. Fisher
  • D. Deane Mclaughlin
  • Danny D. Johnson
  • Earl Golder
  • Earl Nelson
  • F. Mcgonagle
  • Francis G. Fitzpatrick
  • Frank Cormier
  • Franz Stucki
  • George Laporte
  • Gloyd Groh
  • H. Palmer
  • H.H. Grooms
  • Howard Fox
  • Jack Paisley
  • James L. May
  • James Rhodes
  • Jerri Mock
  • Kenneth Dafforn
  • Lester B. Pearson
  • Lyndon B. Johnson
  • Malcolm Denise
  • Margery Harlan
  • Ollie Mcclung Sr.
  • P. E. Masheter
  • Philo Man
  • Ralph Purdy
  • Ralph Romig
  • Raymond C. Rice
  • Raymond Hies
  • Retha Mercer Palmer
  • Robert L. Gibson
  • Robert Rimer
  • Russell Bowers
  • Seybourn Lynne
  • Stucki Albuquerque
  • Virginia Berry
  • Walter Gewin
  • Walter P. Reuther
  • Walter R. Mears

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: September 17, 1964

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