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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                r National Battle Just Beginning Pf Iflf I Mort Wont Adi Thon Any Of County 60 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County September PORTER HOMI Serving Over PHONE 4216 7CEWTS Fair Crowd Busy Turnstiles Click Paid Goers An overcast iky this morning wasnt expected to deter attend ance at the 114th annual Tuscarawas County Fair today after a grand night of initial festivities which drew a paid gate of with an estimated on the One of the big attractions was the sparkling pre sented by 500 high school musicians before When over the midway traffic Was elbow to elbow and at II oclock there were still customers for the rides and refreshment Judging will be in full swing today and those having the re Uncle Jack and Aunt Kay of Akron making their seventh consecutive ap pearance at the County This year they are twisting balloons into animal shapes and presenting them to such youngsters as James son of the Ferman Shrocks of who Was accompanied to the fair by his grand Leo LingUr of Uncle Jack plays bells or bottles when ever is a lull m sponsibility of picking the rib bon winners have no easy tasks because divisions have record Because of this Walter fair and Treva Wei Cennty Fair pictures on Pages IS aid Story en 4H Page applaud school Page Pilot Taft is late for Page havent been able to post winners as rapidly as in vious With the weatherman predict ing clearer skies by a capacity grandstand turnout is expected tonight at 8 for the Rotroff AllGirl Auto Thrill which is making a re turn engagement with another performance slated Thursday The Brewster Clown Band will play each night at as a prelude to the rock androll automotive Tomorrow at a western style tractor pull will be staged for the 3 light Activities in the 4H division will include the beef showmanship competi tion at 3 The Friday afternoon features will be harness racing with 6 heats on tap while Sawrama is scheduled for There also will be harness racing at 2 Initial judging saw Kenny Korns of Superior take top money in the Fine Arts Linda Gladman of Water was second high with Henry Welz of 734 4th New placing Photography competition was dominated by Howard Sturm of 378 5th New Philadel Paul Mueller of Sugar creek took secondplace money with Scott Romig of 940 Uhr ich being See COUNTY Page 24 The September GrandJury yesterday returned indictments against persons and 14 no bills after a 5day Several secret indictments also were Common Pleas Judge Raymond Rice on inspecting the report signed by Jury Foreman John Dindo of New Names of the persons charged in these indictments will be withheld until warrants have been On the request of Prosecutor Harlan Rice ordered that the Grand Jury not be dis charged until a later At least one case under delibera tion has been The indictments include charges of rape and carnal knowledge of a female mi aggravated cutting with intent to 4 larcen a breaking and is suing of 2 bad checks and 6 non support Arthur of 521 JUdge New Philadel was bound over on sepa rate counts of rape and carnal knowledge of a 14yearold Uhr ichsville Rothacher had al ready pleaded not guilty to a rape charge filed in Southern District County Court by the fa ther of the following the alleged attack last May Delbert of Mid has been charged with the aggravated assault of a hotel Frances Burdette Daw in Greens Hotel on His case was held over from April Haver earlier had repudiated a reportedly signed statement and pleaded not guilty to malicious assault charge in Southern District County Court last Dale of RD Uhr was indicted on a charge of cutting with the in tent to On he allegedly cut Joseph also of RD a knife while their 2 cars wew stopped beside each other in Three ef the larceay cases See Page 14 WATV VtetMr to haflf m IM faififot to fjmfc MM MiauiMfd u A MlftAMSsW aid Mktsl nlv w Those 2 dogs probably are dreaming of unmindful of the sights and sounds of the 114th annual Tuscarawas County And why not Owned by concession theyre not excited over it all because ifs the umpteenth fair them this TIDES MAY CREATE SOME FLOODING Gladys ThreatTo Coast Subsides NEW YORK AP Most of the coast of the nations most densely populated area will be State Ponders Pay Increases Ohio AP Hearings continued today by the State Personnel Department on pay raises for state workers in many Four lawmakers testified Tuesday that unless state pay increases are some employes outside large cities are threatened with being secondclass State Sam R Madison Ralph R and R and Robin criticized the attempt to give a W per cent hike to state institution employes in those in less populated The hearings are on pay Htffti for workers in nway categories of the departments flprwp ttpw tatt aid highway lafety and narote aid youth vgpm spared the damage that had been threatened by fickle Hurri cane the Weather Bureau forecast The eastern end of Long Is land wasa possible The Weather Bureau said no potentially dangerous winds were expected between at the southern tip of New and Block The major remaining threat seemed to be from flooding DAY BRIGHTENER The clothes that keep a man looking his best are worn by girls at caused by tides two to three feet above The Weather Bureau in New York City said the latest indications are somewhat more Early the hurricane center was 225 miles east of the Weather Bu reau Before the forecast on the hurricanes course was emergency measures had been rushed to protect hundreds of miles of the northeast coast from beach erosion and property damagethat had been threatened by the high winds over a vast area around the center of the The center bad not been ex Sw Page 14 On rhc fxploin Conflict Of Miller 3 Forcti Hold Key GOP 4 Municipal Charts Program faqe 7 education In Page 12 The Areas Changing 8 Lurhfran Aide At Strasbwrg 32 Aroued Tbe World 14 Obituarks 2 Bear 39 Sports 21 to 23 Television 15 Qrane 37 ItopiW Vour 3 SOLD EVERYTHING ata the result a Reporter i advertiser obtained after placl this Reporter Family Want Modern black nylon couch and fchair and two coral Call You can get results like I fthis Sell the thlnfs you no longer need e Family Want 5 To Place Your Ad 42167 Result Number Falling Tree Kills Man On Dundee Farm DUNDEE Leo of RD was crushed to death yesterday by a falling tree on the Nelson Schlabach 3 miles southwest of who was cutting tim was found by his pinned against another tree by the one he had felled Paul had been working along side his brother shortly before the Sheriff deputies saidthe ac cident occurred about and that the man apparently died of head The cor oner was not called to the Born he was the son of John and Susan Hast Miller and was resident His the for mer Edna Weaver 2 sons and a daughter of the home 4 broth Roy of Jacob of Eli of Massillon and Paul of Berlin and 2 Troyer and Aden both of RD Services Saturday at 9 in the home of a Andy with Aden Yoder Burial will be in the John Schlabach family Desvoignes Funeral Home at Eaton is in charge of County Coin Club Show Awards Set A new design for exhibit awards for the Tuscarawas County Coin Clubs annual fall show Sunday has been announc ed by chair and Tom Haley and Jer ry the awards are black walnut plaques handcrafted in the shape of the state of adorned with an engraved plate in the same and an en graved plate stating the spon sors Awards will be presented In 15 including a best of The exhibit will be held in New Philadelphia Elks auditorium irom 10 to 5 Admission is free and door prizes will be A 75lot coin auction will be conducted at 2 The auc tion list is available at Dales Radio and TV Store at 214 High New Philadelphia and at the Miracle Lane Hob by Twelve coin dealers from var ious parts of Ohio and Penn sylvania are expected to attend the show and sell coins and Refreshments will be available on the Uhrichsville Man Injured In Fight UHBICHSYlLLEArihur Car rothers of 414 4th was taken to Twin City Hos pital for injuries to Ms elbow and shoulder by police after he was involved in a fight at the City Auto ast night at With Rodney Jordon of llth Police saM that Jordan had been who was was taken to po lice stagm aad then to pital for emergency Four Men Taken From AEC Shaft last of four men trapped Satur day night in an test hole was hoisted to the surface All were in good They had been lowered fresh food and other supplies throughout their three and onehalf day ordeal at the Nevada test Last to come up at was George Cooper of The res cued earlier in the were Floyd Shaw of Santa Bar Leland of and Art Luh now of North Las They were stranded when a being installed to link Instruments in the under ground nuclear blast chamber with the snapped and fell into a spaghettilike Rescue workers laboring around the clock finally cleared the restored the elevator to operating and be gan bringing the quartet It took more than a hour for the twoman elevator to make the trip down to the 30by30 foot chamber and An elevator operator went down on each Im well and happy to be up said when he surfaced at The original four were in the room installing wiring for instrumentation for a future underground atomic test when a cable being used to low er electrical wiring to the room snapped in the The lower end of the cable about pounds of it fell into the trapping the The upper end whiplashed up and came writhing out of the lip of the striking four other James of Indian was The others were none A smaller ventilation shaft still connected room with the Down it rescue workers dropped food from the test site cafeteria and read ing The lights in the wired from still Rescuers began clearing the tons of cable from the snipping it in short lengths and hauling it to the Late Tuesday night the four in the bottom looked up the shaft anp could see lights of the res cue team through the tangle of One shouted up what are you trying to do up keep us awake The rescuers hooked onto the See Page 14 Winds Revive Forest Fires In California SANTA AP Erratic winds rammed a brush fire into an exclusive residential district near Santa Barbara Tuesday destroying at least 30 expensive To the north 350 forest ry officials were optimistic that they had gained the upper hand over two raging forest fires in Californias wine The fires have charred acres and destroyed more than 100 build The Santa Barbara re ported contained Tuesday roared through the Mon tecito area east of the forc ing evacuation of residents and 600 students at Westmont Col Ftrest Service officials said there was a possibility the fire might extend into Santa Barbara a coastal com munity of some tion about 50 miles north of Los The hundreds of broke out shooting flames feet into the in a canyon Aided by in the bbrate firemen had the blaze apparently contained at dusk before winds arose to drive it to new Firefighters in both sections of the 700milelong state tem pered their optimism with the See Pige Prosecutor Quits Ohio AP Franklin Countys Earl handed in his resignation effective The Franklin County Repub licaUon Central Committee ii expected to name Howard GOP nominee for as Allisons succes sor in the Off The Reporters County Fair Notes The earnest conversation Les ter county extension ag and Bill Bates of the Wild life Division were having in the grange food tent yesterday con cerned a conservation award presentation Saturday night at the The Ohio Department of Nat ural Resources award for out standing contributions by land owners in behalf of wildlife preservation will go posthu mously to Tom Moore of Port who was fatally in jured in a recent auto It will be received by The wellknown beagle owner of 181 developed a large portion of his farm pri marily paying par ticular attention to It marks the first such award in Tuscarawas County and the project will be expanded next Those honored are select ed via Glenn candidate for county was busy passing out his campaign which recipients are bound to They list the zip codes for aU past office towns in the OM grave display UwMei fresh fnlt la a hen el Bit It disappeared yesterday Seweeie reacted ever the fcMe to Irett el the exhibit aid swiped If you have had trouble reach ing Secretary Walter Findley at the Fairgrounds office via telephone the situation has been He discovered Tues day morning that Information hadnt been supplied the new number and still was giving callers last years Judges for the Swiss cheese contest were Jake Sajjser of John Pauwalder of RD and John Mueller of Star if want to know how good they tries they selected are being cut up for sandwiches or package sale at the cheese in the grange Imt wMehiii fAkfkffft ly mi wvitm 15 Evelyi ABdrew ej III 1411 I kkk ent ef seestg it mmy u 1 f   

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