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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                SeldomUsed Liquor Law Gets Influential Citizens On Teen Serving APThm r vuipuiMiun and tefteter on MHMH 11 pdfMAi With ftferrtfig IMjvof to flUMff it yt uid ptttHa la two DlIMfl flu amut Moaday drew WMN anenuoiiHBnMBMic Held OM of Ntw York lAJ vny lisnuMint ban Uw of IMor to fit aUa MNNT ncept oy nu No could recall Fteing i mvwM The mWmum age for buying The charge ta based on a lltt liquor in Connecticut to In Connecticut tow that prohibit New York Just a few RiM Mftf H tbt itttatt wife intowd by OfeUt ftdp fytdfity Molding it tbe trial of Michael who infloctnt to of reckless driving and wgllgwrt homicide in the death of Nancy Cirttou Jonttyn of a eTOytttng tat wwrt idence teacher in FalrfieM Ing the 1 Tin two were In a car that PBbttc School who was barten that they be arrested at accw der it OM of the wrfes after the fact His Louis said Police often itaftd by at target There were four Darien police house parties to control traffic men at the They saw f crashed shortly after the Smiths trial has been con tinued until one of those arrested was Bttttr A Mark Of Reporter Quality VOL 20 DAILY HOMB MOTION Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew September Serving Over NmlHee PHONE 42167 7 CENTS PreFair Crowd Indicates Banner Turnout At 114th County Event United Community Fund Campaign To Seek Sam Sfauffer Takes Grip On Cheese Crown Hot and humid with possible showers was the forecast as the 114th annual County Fair opened this morning at the Fair grounds in Only a few patrons were on the grounds at midmorning but If last nights free preview turnout is a attend ance this year will be extreme ly Todays earlybirds found practically all of the exhibits in order although a few commer cial latecomers were rushing their displays to A capacity grandstand audi ence is anticipated tonight at 8 when 10 county bands partici pate in the traditional opening night Each band will give a brief performance and then there will be the mass playing of Beautiful Ohio and Star Spangled Banner under the baton of James county music The grandstand attraction Wednesday and Thursday night will be the Rotroff AllGirl Auto Thrill which is making a return A number of 4H events are on tap including the dairy Junior and senior showmanship The afternoon grandstand event will be a pony pull with Jasper Simpson Judging of the Ohio Swiss Cheese entries in the fair contest was conducted yester day and Sam Stauffer of Stein er Cheese at took an unofficial grip on the 1964 championship when he placed That gave him a total of 34 for 5 contests with only one remaining the Ohio Swiss But his lead cannot be Delbert Ladrach of Pleasant View Dairy in RD Sugar took the firstplace bon giving him grand total of 22 points and sec ond place in the state Delberl Ladrach of Sugar creek who held the Ohio crown for an unprecedented consecutive times before being dethroned last year by Ernes Schmid of Sharp Run Dairy on Star is run ning third in the overall com petition with 21 points after tak ing fourth place Schmid got the secondplace See COUNTY 2 Gerry Tressel of RD Mineral City was among the youngsters at tho annual Tuscarawas County Fair this mornina but ho couldnt do a thing when he tried to move this huae pumpkin which practically matched his own Dover Band Enters 3 Exhibition Dover High Marching B will be one of 8 area ba participating in an exhibition 3 at Sponsored by the Carrollton Band Boos the festival will get under way at 8 fast time at the fair grounds in Tickets are for adults and 50 cents for students and may be obtained from any The Dover Band will receive 20 per cent of all tickets Other bands participating will be Canton Lincoln Minerva and Carroll PAY Sit oo an antique horsetail1 sofa and youll Wby wore I petti 1 1 e Area Press Rapped f sc For Police Play r l Vi 17 X press came in for he and I during Dover his nature of being quiet A meeting Monday no He has been Director William about his job and speaking on recent a lot of things that dont in the Dover Police up on the M said that he felt continued I have were giving comment on the recent resigP play to the I could make a lot of it n far as I am a lot of the Around Council Tael are being Im OR Page 1 for other tired of seeing that Council u 7 resignations when 3 who have left the which could possibly are deskmen who cant those who have resigned or as a law who still are oh the spoke briefly on hope those currently on the leave given recently will see fit to and I Garrison that Council will help to the 90day leave would a big boost by increas into a far as the people of Don Mday r II See Page 11 J does not count so the leave would go eyond the 15 date as has been indicated in some Should Groh need Repaired d At Uhrichsville K he Mayor county J Luthy and I can begun work on Eastport another 30 days at from Maple to 9th on 1st from Water to Grohs plans A crew is putting Sweitzer a tack coat and tomorrow have stated that has been looking for Robert Croniser asked 1 I have been in to stay off the 2 J with Gary and he has They will be u no indication that that is off The job being done on a 5050 cost have a lot of respect for basis by the county and the u ds Chug tt w IS Obstacle AP spokesman for six shop trains chugged i major strike unions had called the after a scheduled against most of the na IU walkout was railroads except the il and Long Island appeared little the Southern Railway of a renewal of the and the Florida East i by shop n negotiators announced member of settlement of National Mediation security talks were to resume today announcement try to wrap up the balance about 14 boors before this 9 i strike hp issue involved in the ended the second negotiations is job a of a virtually that bas increasingly tieup since rail labor relations have reached an railroad onodernization OB four of toe major wiping out thousands of m and feel certain we ovet the past able to complete the details of the tentative very iaM were Drive Slated 1929 For Dozen Groups DoverNew Philadelphia Unit ed Community Fund Chairman Joe Dragovich conducted the first of 2 preliminary briefing sessions this morning for cam paign workers and captains In Quaker A similar meeting will be held Thursday at in Bexley Dragovich announced a cur rent goal of or more than last The cam paign will be staged The goal was set by the UF finance which trim med requests from the 12 par ticipating health and service or ganizations from Also needed this year is an additional earmarked as a reserve for uncollectable A breakdown of the approved budget shows Boy Scouts Campfire Girls Cancer Society Girl Scouts Guid Center Do Red Cross County Cross Salvation y Senior Citizens 5 Union Hospital Dover YMCA and New Philadelphia Youth Center Also listed is for cam paign expenses and United Fund office Dragovich distributed cam paign kits to captains and work ers this morning and explain ed some of the drives proced Dragovich right UF campaign general distributes fund driva material to Herbert Booth left of louis Paris of New Philadel Matthew Gibson of New Bob Ward of Dover and Paul Young of Now Dragovich will conduct a similar briefing meet ing Thursday at in Boxley Theater campaign captains and A film on United was Fund also Jury Report Is Due Today The report of Grand Jury In dictments was expected to be made early this afternooi by Foreman John Dindo of 729 Union New Phila The prosecutors office has been busy since late yesterday morning preparing the report on at least 30 cases The jury was convened last Tuesday and remained in ses sion until During its 53 witnesses were called to testify in the which Prosecutor Harlan Spies had said would be presented for For 1 Pending Raid Hearing Fredricka of RD Mineral and a 20 yearold are free on bond each today pending an 14 hearing in Northern District County Court for illeg ally manufacturing and possess ing malt liquor and moon Another and the widows former daughterin John Delia remain in County un able to raise a bail The foursome pleaded inno cent at yesterdays arraignment before Judge Charles Eckert through their Simon See Page 2 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 83 Low 54 Elsewhere In High Low ers Controlling Stage By RON SOBLE AP A monster forest fire that marched 18 miles in 15 charring 90 square miles of tim ber and brush and endangering two neared control by firemen Like a fiery giant in seven league the blaze strode across the rugged mountains separating the Napa Valley re sort town of Calistoga and San ta seat of adjacent Sono ma By weary firefighters appeared to have beaten back the fire miles southwest of exhausted Calistoga after a siege of two The meandering blast furnace that hopscotched the tops of lofty pines the mountains into Santa Rosa also was con but only after three fiery fingers had laid waste to some 25 forced evacua tion of about persons and threatened a hospital and a Whipped by high winds to ex presstrain the fire started on its devastating trek late Monday Earlier in the it had swept into destroying or charring 50 homes and put ting half the population to Beaten off the fire spread eastward from Calisto only to turn once more on See Page I Fairless Board Schedules Building Discussion Autumn Begins Tonight At Autumn will officially begin at about an hour after when the in its imaginary journey around the reaches the point known as the autumnal The word equinox is de rived from Latin words for equal but the days and nights are not quite of the same length as yet in Tuscar awas as sunrise today was and the sun will set at The equal day and plight will occur Saturday when the sun will rise at and set at From then on until the nights will of ficially be longer than the City Dump Hours Tbe city dump on Front will open at 7 and close at I during the all Dover Service Di rector Beam saM rain 77 clear 86 cloudy 82 Los cloudy 78 cloudy 84 New cloudy 70 clear 79 rain 78 San clear 83 cloudy 74 51 68 61 59 73 57 53 71 67 59 TODAY 7 55 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 78 Low 62 Forecast possible Vote Signup JUSTUS A discussion on reducing the cost of the build ing program was continued and meeting was scheduled to ex plain the need for the operat ing levy on the 3 ballot when Fairless Board of Educa tion met last night at Community leaders and inter ested citizens will be asked to attend a meeting 6 at 8 in the Justus School audi torium to discuss the operating All millage outside the 10 mill limitation expires at the end of this Voters will be asked to ap prove a mill operating based on current As of property valua tion will automatical ly decreasing the millage rate to Of the mills The board eliminated the ceri ral vacuum system in the new ligh school and directed Archi ect William Dykes to arrange or securing a water sup ly from Brewster to the build ng The Village of Brews er was granted an easement along the west side of the build ng in exchange for an ap proved water service Several repairs and improve ments to existing buildings were approved and tuition and trans portation was granted to a hand capped child to attend a spe cial school outside the district The next regular meeting will be 5 at 8 are renewal and mills are On The Dtefel Nf locki larty Nft Warren Out Weed Pkila Schoel toard In Kerry Wednesday at 4 is the deadline for new county resi dents to make application for the right to vote in the presi dential election By a new Ohio per sons who have teen residents in the county for 60 have the right to but only for the candidates for the presi dency and vice Board of Elections clerk Vic tor Turner repeated They make applica tion at the Board of Elections of in must make a required check with the elec tions office where the person last When that check has been Turner the new res idents may then come to the election office and cast his bal Workers were busy today set ng up the 3 booths in the board fice in the Courthouse where ersons who will be absent at he time of the election may ast Absentee voting already has Turner Ap roximately 300 ballots have een mailed to servicemen and ther residents outside the Unit ed Though not all the ballots lave been Turner said sufficient number bad been repared to take care of the absentee To Undergo Minor Operation Dover Service Director Ream was to enter Union Hos pital tonight for a minor oper ation He is expect ed to be released Thursday toft 14 Shoplifter Caught A 17yearold Dover boy wa caught shoplifting a ball string at Als Value Center o Wooster at Mon Around The World 6 Horoscope W toy Police said Man Abby 19 Hospital 3 ager Thomas Smith apprehend Alvarez Obituaries 2 ed the youtb but indicated he In the presidential elec absentee votes were recorded in the 385 from This Ad fttivltod InRtntol Youll find excellent de mand right now tor This person wi 11 certainly agree witb Crane 17 Goren On Bridge 17 Sports Television 13 14 Howe BuMog Wfc U would not file Police said the youths parents agreed to take eve g the four room Tils All Everything Wootter Many renters were J in this but D could only That means miny ers are still in tht m for a similar reatiJU con tact tnese ataoBl yoWP apartment your to To pliKt your Ad W WP i   

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