Monday, September 21, 1964

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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1964, Dover, Ohio Gain Win Begin Preparations For Uhville Page 9 r j j t i First First To Strvt Your Community 24 impisw Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DovtrNtw September HOMI fOITION PHONE 42167 GROUND James Rhodes broke ground Saturday for a new Ohio Highway Patrol Academy near the state fairgrounds MR At left is Warren direetbr of the Department of Highway and ot right is Anson patrol The academy is slated for completion in AP CITES WEEKLY CRISIS POLICY Goldwater Raps Tonkin News WASHINGTON AP Barry Goldwater has fired strong criticism at the adminis tration for its handling of news on the latest Tonkin Gulf inci and charged that Presi dent Johnson has a crisisof theweek foreign The Republican presidential who campaigns to day in said Sunday night in a statement This administrations lack of direction and even honesty in its conduct of the cold war has led to what now may be described as a crisisof theweek foreign This weekends crisis in volves Viet Nam and another incident in the Gulf of The administration has tried to manage the news so that the incident is forgotten as quickly as They sweep a war under the Gulf of He said no dam age had been reported by Amer ican vessels and there was no loss of American Nothing more would be he until an investigation Last Secretary of i was completed on reports of the Backfires Thomas of 3rd was to ap pear before Mayor LeMoyne luthy this morning for shooting off a firecracker at the Kwik Shake Inn on the Boulevard Sun day Police said Hupp tossed the firecracker from an auto parked in the Officers confiscated 42 other it i fquolf SfUING POWER margin ingredient for successful ad Over can he reacted by your Personal advertisement ufca you use Importer family Want 42147 itfult Ntimbff Defense Robert McNamara said in a brief statement that preliminary reports had been received of a nighttime incident in international waters in the new incident in the gulf where North Vietnamese patrol boats made two attacks on American destroyers seven weeks Page l ftmiiiM 7 CENTS Hundreds Evacuated At Raging Forest Fire Hits 5 Communities By DEL MILLER wild forest fire burned uncon trolled into de stroying at least 35 homes and wafting up hot ash that ignited fires in five nearby commu The which turned on Napa Valley resort town late Sunday when 70 milean hour winds changed at one time surrounded Calls toga on three Police Chief Kenneth Hively More than half the towns 500 residents and tourists had been police There were no immediate re ports of Mayor Herbert Hanley said Edmund Brown was asked to declare the Napa Val ley fire scene a disaster making federal aid Hanley said damages were ex pected to be in the millions of Many residents refused evac braving the incendiary ash to try and save their More than 500 firefighters from surrounding towns in the Napa Valley wind belt poured into Calistoga to Hively said an official count showed 35 the historic Tubbs a Calistoga landmark were But there were uncon firmed reports that as many as 50 homes had been Burning ash from the fire visible more than 40 miles off other Calistoga police said fires had been reported on the outskirts of 30 miles south of Cal istoga in near Napa in the towns of Ruther ford and Angwin to the See Page 1 Four Arraigned In Still Raid Stuck Tavern Bond Is Posted Just before noon Franz Stuck made the deadline for posting the bond need ed to keep his tavern open in Common Pleas Judge Lamneck last week permitted Stuck to continue operation of the tavern if he would post the bond on or before The Judge had issued a temporary injunction against the pending a final hearing on the permanent injunction asked by the County Harlan The final hearing will not take place until after by which time the codefendants in the injunction Gust Lam bros and John must file an answer with the Stuckis license from the State Liquor Permit Division expires Allen division last week indicated that the license would not be renew ed pending outcome of the per manent injunction 2 Drivers Cited In Route 16 Crash State patrolmen cited 2 mo torists following an accident this morning at on Route south of New According to patrolmen an auto driven by David of RD New struck a vehicle driven by Bev erly of Wain Lute was attempting to pass and the Swaldo vehicle pulled into the side of his patrolmen Lute was cited for failure to signal while passing and the Swaldo woman was charged with changing lanes without Ohio Village Cixtyone mayors and wives attended the Otto Vil lage Mayors meeting in Zoar Hotel host ed by Mayor Joseph Seaffide and members of Zoar Sfemrn are Cogan left of East vice president of the group Kate Slusser of secre tarytreasurer and the only woman member Howard Smith of and During the business ses Zoar Couacilmeu Albert oM Russell Frod and Coyle MUKtucied a mock Village Solicitor Don fl questions white toe session was in Howard Sar also took The Arlington Heights may or was presented a book on Zpar for traveling the longest distance 240 Follow ing mayors ang wives toured the historic Zoar Muse um and The next meeting will be in BeUviite FAIR Joe Prysi of RD totes 2 bales of hoy to his one of the many odd jobi for those vying for honors at the 114th annual Tuscarawas County Secretary Walter Findley reports a record number of exhibits and displays will be available to beginning Gates to the 5day exposition will open at 8 Admission is for with all children admitted The opening day program will feature a 4H horse show at capped by the 10school Bandarama at 8 in front of the 2 Of Womans Sons Arrested Over Weekend A Mineral City area of her sons and a former daughterinlaw were arraigned in Northern District County tourt at 3 today in con nection with Fridays raid on an RD Mineral home by The 2 Pete of Alliance and of were arrested over the weekend by Jailed Fri after deputies discovered a moonshine still and stolen property at the were their Fredricka of RD Mineral and John Delia of The 1 women have been charged by Chief Deputy John Barlock with illegally manufac turing beer and intoxicating li A second count on the affidavit charges each with il legal possesion of the alcohol Stolen property charges also are pending in the Francis was arrested Satur day afternoon by Deputy Gene who staked out the Pete was arrested Sunday by Deputy Pogie Mor RM Foster Foster Is Dead At South Vietnamese Take Heavy Punch By MALCOLM BROWNE South Viet Nam AP South Viet Nams mili tary forces suffered one of their bloodiest weekends on record in the fight against the Communist Viet military sources said They reported 230 casual ties inflicted on government The most serious government setback took place Saturday in Weathervane SATURDAY High 69 Low 64 YESTERDAY High 81 Low 58 Elsewhere In Higktow clear 71 52 cloudy cloudy 76 Los cloudy 76 clear 84 New cloudy 66 cloudy 61 cloudy 88 San clear 74 68 TODAY 7 Last 48 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 85 Low 62 67 64 61 76 52 59 70 63 61 59 a battle near the Cambodian the informants The Viet Cong killed injured 41 and escaped with 150 Government troops countered Sunday in a fight south of the Viet Nam border in which 58 Viet Cong were killed and 15 others The other casualties were suffered in other weekend bat Premier Nguyen Khanhs shaky almost toppled a week faced other harsh new A strike virtually paralyzed Saigon and a moun tain tribal revolt put the spot light on troubles in central Viet Most of the workers who walked off their jobs today were The ex pected to last at least two is in support of workers de manding more pay from a tex tile Top Cabinet officials and strike leaders appar Hearings Set For 9 Budgets The County Budget Commis sion will conduct 9 hearings Tuesday on the last of the pro posed 1965 budgets of political subdivisions in the Scheduled beginning at are Tuscarawas Valley School Rush Warwick Caraway Newcomerstown Corpor Goshen Tuscara was Barnhill Village and Sugarcreek County Auditor Donald Kin said that the which were scheduled to end by had to be continued when the several subdivisions were unable to appear or de veloped problems in the prepa ration of the county prose a member of the com was involved with the grand jury hearings which took up all of last and called for much advanced preparation by the prosecutors See Page DAY BRIGHTENER Few things pass more quickly than the second week of a 2 week Ruel of 537 Bond a well known surgeon with more than 40 years of practice in the Do ver New Philadelphia died of a heart ailment Satur day afternoon in Unibnffif6ipi4 5 Born at he was a son of the late Robert arid Gertrude Patton Foster was graduated from Wabash College in Indiana in 1919 and attended Western Reserve Medical where he was He maintained a general med ical practice until 1940 when he attended and was graduated from the Post Graduate School of Surgery at Harvard Univer After spending a year of in ternship at Lukes Hospi tal in he set up prac See Page EUiabetl Williams DoversEldest tesident Dead Elizabeth believed to be Dovers eld est died Sunday night in the home of a soninlaw and and George Aebersold of 340 Main On The Inside Born in South a daughter of the late Thomas and CeUa Rhys she would have been 98 on Williams bad enjoyed good health until fracturing her hip 8 years She came to this country the age of 21 and moved to Do from 10 ver scattered ADA Assumes New Prominence Cameramen Cqtch Sports Actions YW uum Latter Day Saints Dedicate Site Page 12 years Her husband Ground Brpken For Beach City College Page U died in She also Around The World 18 Hospital News is rf5 DearAbby 21 Obituaries tl v o Alvarez 23Swts 9 10 bte was Of ifc Crane Gorea Go Bridge 6 fc