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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                tMi4li i i MM we aranect contractor ml Sugarcretk rwit Located near tw plant on Cowty Road 71 leading to Sug arcfcak Ootf Course and hi an area being the new operation win utilize new and Afferent techniques and Niulpntent In the production of a unique face Officials said the project still is in the designing stage and Million Plant At Sugarcr selected Unexpected diiwveryof i 4 foot vein of coal covering or i of then acres in the lite has delayed which was scheduled to start this the coal will be removed by Gary superintendent of Plant today said we are studying several plans and con T Construction Work Due Next March ducting experiments in produc tion of the new said the new plant will produce 3 major one of which definitely has been de cided It will be a soft mud face brick simulating the handproduced type used tn Co lonial times and often referred to as Wllltamsburg there is a definite need and demand for this type of brick BTO w and characterto building ex It atettwlfl help tend the oiret supply of ventkmaUyprtJdttced tttrmel Win The sttperintendcnt saM Eo ropean and early American techniques were studied prior to settling on plans for the Changes in were necessary because our 1 PIUUIKM Burke tintnl tttendent of te M charge of the project with Sipt riimr engineer nowira Fifixef in charge of No potential employment es timate has been but DM plant will increase the way school District valuation about onefifth in addition to fee Page I THE DAILY REPORTER 30 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew September 1964 PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Jessica John of Louisville a member of tho Rotroff Thrill shows the only equipment used by the driven for their per forma ncesa helmet and standardequipped In one of her Jessica drives down the up a soars 52 feet through midair and lands on the top of a parked Thrills Are Routine For Women By Kay Williams Daily Reporter Staff Writer It is considered somewhat out of the ordinary for a young in a car caravan of their new woman to spend her evenings Fords and using an accompany driving a car through a wall of ing efficientlyplanned trailer as flying 54 feet through the on the racetrack air in an open convertible from girls do not seem to think the one ramp to or delibskillful driving tricks they erately rolling a car over on its Page 6 Are Slightly Behind 1963 With total paid gate admis sions running slightly behind last the 114th annual Tus carawas County Fair entered its third day with official fin gers crossed In hopes the cool er weather and cloudy skies will not bring Wednesdays gate admissions were with an estimated on the Secretary Walter Findley said the sale of membership tickets this year was much larger which may boost admission re ceipts slightly above last More than were on hand for last nights grandstand pro the Rotroff AllGirl Auto California Fires Roar Unchecked By ROBERT COOKE SANTA BARBARA people scurried from their homes early today as fingers of flank from a raging brushfire moved into the outskirts of this besieged Pushed by 40miIeanhous one front on the fire line et tended below the foothill road boundary and was moving the Observers said firemen were making a stand at each house but that the winds keep pushing the fire Cement delivery trucks have been pressed into service as water Forest Service officials Equipment was being rushed to the By the blaze had charred more than acres of valuable and no control was in Officials said as many as also reported that a second fire Perfons have forced to uuuuii Thrill Show Th daitagSS broke out early today in the of them having T5JS I nnarhv San Pass arpa tO leaVC their homBS tWlCB 3S engagement in Traveling from show to show girls will do a repeat tonight at Harness racing Is on tap for 2 Friday and Mar said w h u fft h t wmcn caus Ior 6 neats See COUNTY Page 2 On The nearby San Marcos Pass Assassination Report Given To President the flames died then rose Witneses said that at least 37 homes or other buildings have been though the Forest Service could not con firm more than Some residents fled with only their clothes and a horse trailer the family as the blaze plunged down moun tain canyons toward Contrary to earlier reports for the 8 women perform ers of the Rotroff Thrill Driv it is indeed an ordinary way to spend their nights dur ing an 18week summer tour of j 6 Area Seniors Gain Merit county fairs County Fair 4H Storf 12 reporforimf special months ot D0 the time is Spent in Workers Get By STERLING GREEN WASHINGTON AP Chief the Calvary an 3 Justice Earl Warren presented Episcopal was not de The Daily Reporter cameraman didnt stick around to see whether Faith and Donald children of and Ivan Hochstetler of 417 frit got up enough nerve to ride the Bubble one of several Mjdnfr i to President Johnson today the 13 President John more conventional such as college stu dents and office 14 1964 WasDark Year For Glenn Yankees Take 4Game Katie 6ick Rolls 613 The group which performed a thrilling spectacle for the The stand audience at the TuscaraDear 29 The commission members filed into the Cabinet Room at 15 the White House and Warren 16 Johnson the fourinch thick a week after Ken E tonight at 8 and leave shortly Goren On Bridge 29 after show for their nextHospital News 6 Womens ll and told it to unearth the truth Witnesses said the fire surrounded structure but Sandy Valley iff I School Issue Two dormitories how at nearby Westmont Col The fire also swept into where 20 moremittee for Better Schools met Plans Shaped MAGNOLIA Leaders of the Sandy Valley Citizens Corn homes were reported Flames leaped hundreds of reflecting off a towering loom of People the Your Horoscope 29 Steering Group Discusses Vocational School Visits e Fourteen of the 22member1 Richard Hanhart of Do steering committee for the chairman of the informa posed countywide vocational tion led the discussion high school discussed the along with his committee mation subcommittees verbal answered questions report during a meeting Wedfrom the nesday night in Dover During the course of the 2 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 81 Low 51 Elsewhere In High Low of the tragic event as far as it fire m Los Angeles 98 miles can be and to and from ships 30 port its findings and conclu sions to to the American Los cloudy clear Hanhart briefed the group clear cloudy 79 62 cloudy hour the group acceptthe facilities and programs at ed the resignation of Chairman various technical schools visited Garrison Finzer of and also on the existing voca who informed the committee tional and shop programs and that press of business necessifacilities in the countys high tated his superintendent of Belden Brick One point developed was the Plant will be involved classrooms available now in ex In a expansion isting schools which might be program in the Sugarcreek used to handle some phase of Named as his successor was a vocational Linton superinten Hanhart said that some con dent of the county school syssideration should be given to I Sec Page clear clear San clear clear 71 50 92 66 83 59 86 62 81 77 51 51 65 60 Baltic Highway Talks 15 To Involve 3 State Routes The Ohio Department of This portion has a Highways public tag hearing at in the Baltic Mu nicipal Building to hear argu ments for and against a pro posed highway improvement Proposed is the extension of State Route 557 in Holmes and Tuscarawas Counties the relo cation of State Route 643 in Holmes County and the aban The extension of SR 643 in Clark Township begins at the northern terminus of existing SR 643 at its junction with Coun ty Road proceed northeast and east along County Road 393 to its junction with State Route 93 and there The proposed abandonment of SR in Crawford Township and in the village of Baltic be TODAY RAINFALL Last 24 Hours None TOMORROW High 67 Low 48 Forecast Fair and Phila Adult School Hat 360 Enrolled New Philadelphia Adult Eve ning School will begin Monday with 24 classes in Co ordinator Ted Fait said late Wednesday Enrollment in the 24 classes will include 360 Class members were being notified today by mail as to class time and room assign people and to the The instructions they received from Johnson 10 months when he ordered the were to study and report upon all facts and circumstances relating to the slaying in Dallas last 22 and on the subse quent violent death of the man charged with the assassination Lee Harvey In discharging this the seven have interrogated hundreds of witnesses in secret studied thousands of investigation traced Oswalds movements reenacted the killing and com piled some 20 volumes of testi depositions and The end product is the Sum mary a book of more than 700 which will be issued No schedule of release has been announced for the supporting miles at In Santa Barbara Itself a community of nestled between the sea and the Santa See SANTA Page 2 Fires Destroy Uhville Homes UHRICHSVILLE A vacant home and one occupied by the Frank Threheane family on S Water were destroyed by fire late this The plac es were still burning at Uhrichsville firemen could give no cause for the blazes The homes are No injuries were ast night in the high school li brary with Mayor James Schneider of East chair Methods of providing infor mation on the 3mill operating evy and bond issue for a pro posed junior high vhich will appear on the 3 were Plans were made to send speakers to all district PTA meetings on the following schedule Magnolia Elemen 1 East Sparta Ele 20 Sandyville El and Waynes burg There will be a general meet Ing for all interested citizens 13 at 8 in the library A report last night showec the following organizations have pledged support to the commit tee Waynesburg Mag nolia Waynesburg Lions Ruritan Sandyville PTA and Waynesbnrg Chamber o Several of the or ganizations have made financial donations to the The Sheriffs Department In voked a curfew at the County Fair last night in wake of sev eral thefts and some vandal County Fair Notes Several concession operators have reported merchandise but recovered without further When feU he hit t divider in the double and a pony neighbor was pinned til his The divider had to be removed to free the itolen and one tent was Deputies said all youths will be asked to leave the grounds im mediately after the rides shut a horse owned by Tex Dryden of member of the Tuscora Trail was found blacked out yesterday morning in the 4H lorse Ralph caretak said the horse apparently tried to back out of bis broke bis lead rope and be came tangled in He fell into a large amount of hay placed in the stall and it cut off his air Swinderman summoned Dean Mahaffey of mem ber of the They freed Flicka and revived He passed out again The TwearawM Centy VeK donment of State Route 651 in gins at the junction of existing Holmes and Tusca rawas State Route 643 witb State Route 651 in the village of New The extension of SR 557 in proceeds Clark and in the VUeast and northeast along State lage of Baltic begins at its Route 651 to the village of Bal JuncUon with County goad then continues southeast proceeds south along County along Cm to its junction m to the with Ray and there termto rawas County southwest Toe portion of existing SB along Buena Vista ajft4 on Cass between BuOer southeast on Cgss si to Ray wW he Junction witk Ray and tAwejSR NOTICE REPORTER SUBSCRIBERS Whtn Calling Thtlt porttr Circulation partmtnt Call IW itftrt S CoH AMtr Mi Car Crash Kills Deersville Man Ohio col lision at the intersection of Ohio 440 and of several re cent the life to day of Harry Dell of Harrison Rogers two former Harrison County Auditor Carson of and Fred of Flushing in Bel mont were listed in critical Samuel in the other also was Fire Runs New Philadelphia this morning at to 222 Front SW where curtains over kitchen stove caught Dam age was confined to the kitch Daisy Jackson lives at the which is owned New uteer Firemens hat equipment en the greanos each The Strasbwg en dmty exttagnhhed a flre In the parking where rap stacked In n vehkte had The Batik nit was ea and fer the der of the FalrfWd Mineral City and Bellvar volunteen will be M Bob booth worker un der the was graci ous enough to bold a little boyi balloon for only to find that the lad wanted to straighten out a disagreement with a small When Bob saw him tempt to pound the boys head on the he returned the That ended the argu The Dover Gardenettes have converted their 4H booth into a beautiful garden with most covered rocks forming a tiny pool in the center of a grassy Noticed several people ing coins into the Dont imagine the coins will make the girls wealthy but they do serve congratulations on the nu merous blue the exhibit has been Which ut hat had a dlaplay a yean A safe VMM he thai it wwy f M Iff Jake HiaV htatds reeetd if II yean lee UNFMl Uf The second in o tenet of briefing lenient Philadelphia United Fund campaign workers was heW this morning in the Bexley Shown with Warren right New Philadelphia division are Crawford Nichols and giehard All ore from Joe general drive outlined campaign strategy and a film on UF was drive U planned for Division chairman far Dover if News Briefs WASHINQTQW A Seiute Connmee for access to tin fegmt til It tuns iif riililluhii fonfrirtaf tht nwpMl ItHf   

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