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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Art Head United Fund two of the tog If ate nfld Spaiitl Glfti ed Community Fund Jiit Dover aft tow Campaign chairman Joe is tailing tor a J per cent increase over last years which amounts to more per person and 10 to top a goal Art Heidenreich of 1140 Park Lane New a department manager of the Warner Swaiey plan ted the titai torpeSS His group the t CMporato Division rafted ijatiiYotmg of 1SS7 Irt New owner and operator of Youngs Mid town will head tip the Special Gifts which has been assigned a goal of Last year the same divi sion raised OT Dow and BfwrtM Roy Jack Richards and ry Schwab of New Yottfigi cochairmen will be Margaret Jenkins and James Johnson of New Others helping out in the Spe See Theres mort in The Reporter for Women Readers VOL 50 Ad Workshop Set By Reporter Tlje second big Workshop conducted by The Daily Reporter witt INI hetd If in Union Country the which has at traded statewide interest cause it is the first conducted by an Ohio newspaper of The Reporters will feature speakers who are outstanding in their particular retail Btidd vice president of The Halle in Cleve will speak on Advertis Make It Produc adverting director of the Akron BeacoS will be moderator for panel discussion on ads of merchants attending the work Gore and James general manager of The Re will be other members on the panel Lonergan recent ly participated in an Ohio work shop in recognition of porters The program this year will begin with a luncheon at See Page f Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew September REPORTER HOME EDITION Serving Over famiUee PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Report Urges Better Safety For President A happy few uMMate then tte bullet Jack killed Oswald EVENTS AND PEOPLE figuring in the assassination of President Kennedy and subsequent investigation pre in with publication of WorrS Commission v KENT MAN HITS BRIDGE BARRICADE f Highway Death Toll Now 17 Report AtGlance By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Here in brief are the major findings of the Warren Commis sion in its report on the assassi nation of President John F Kennedy Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby acted as loners they did not know each other there was no conspiracy at home or from Varying amounts of criticism are aimed at the Secret Service the Dallas the news media and the State Depart A Cabinet committee should assume top responsibility for presidential A drastic updating is needed in methods for protecting presi Murder of a president or vice president should be made a fed eral Tuscarawas Countys 17th traffic fatality was recorded in a onecar crash Sunday at on Route north of Min eral Amos of Kent the was dead on arriva at Union Hospital after his au to plowed through barricades at a bridge construction site am struck the Patrolmen said he sustained a fracturec skull and other A passenger in the Carl on of Kent was ad mitted to the hospital with a fractured right forehead lacerations and head The body of who for nierly lived in was Ohio Deaths At IN Peak By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ohio recorded its worst traf fic weekend of the year today as at least 31 persons died in acci Even the holiday weekends of 78hour duration were less grim than the 54hour period between 6 Friday and midnight The previous high for 1964 had been 27 recorded the weekend of This the heavy death count started early and kept Trainauto accidents took six taken to Gordon Funeral Home at Mineral City and later to Bisler Funeral Home in Kent In one of 8 other accidents in vestigated by the state patro over the 4 persons were treated and released a Union Hospital following a mis hap Saturday at on Route east of According to an auto driven by George McNutt of RD went ofi the road and struck a parkec Continuing it collid ed with an auto operated by Peter of RD 1 New McNutt was treated for fore head lacerations and a sprained His sus tained lacerations and Passengers in the Fantine ve Wcle injured were Mary Fan lacerations to her up per lip and Loren of who suffered bumps and McNutt was cited for reckless Saturday at pa trolmen reported moderate Four Mexican mi grant workers from were killed in a tearing crash near A Chesapeake ft Ohio passenger going an esti mated 79 miles an roared into their car at a farm road The wreckage was Scattered for hajf a Two other men died is arate train crossing crasa Daytoa suburb of Moraine There were no deaths by fire or of Canton Secretly Indicted In Trattic Death Carl of Can driver of the aut9 in which James of Canton was killed last 8 in a smas Stone on Route south ol is one of several persons secretly indicted by Ute September Grand Sheriff deputies have served the warrant charging him with second degree Arraignment for all those la dieted is scheduled after noon before Common fudge Raymond Information on the other lacret indictments is heuig withheld service Of the f ISP WPBr damage to an auto driven by Paul of New Phila after his car struck a large piece of concrete on Town north of junc ship Road tion Route Patrolmen still are investigat ing an accident Saturday after noon on Route east of Port involving an auto driven by Keith and a truck driven by Florence of Port Patrolmen said the Steinbach girl was turning into a private drive and was See HIGHWAY TOLL Page 9 Berlin Area Fire Destroys Young Chickens BERLIN Some young chickens were destroyed in a fire on the Howard Kaser farm near here Saturday at 2 when they were trapped on the second floor of a 2story brood er Millersburg firemen confined flames to the second floor of the building which is thought to have caught fire from burning Another chickens on the ground floor were Kaser set the loss at for the for contents and equipment and for the top of the The Doily to Swto hoi to to will Frlfay the UHi annual Swto TM wctton product In CMpwtiMi with Mvtfry by Staff Writ and and and talph On The Inside Trpopi End Tribal Rebellion 6 Qff In NL 11 Stun Proud pagf iunoffi Feature Fair Bating Winamp 16 fetal pX Abby w 1 1 9 U Ruby agged loners In I Shootings By STERLING GREEN WASHINGTON AP The Warren Commissions report on President John Kennedys assassination has sparked a demand that Congress act a once to improve presidentia While the commissions find ings and criticisms of the FBI and Secret Service were being relayed to the world President Johnson swiftly ap pointed a fourman committee to advise him on the exec tion of the commissions rec The main conclusion by the sevenman presidential commis sion is that Lee Harvey acting alone and not as part oi any foreign or domestic conspi murdered President Ken It said Jack Ruby acted as a loner in gunning down Os wald two days The main recommendation of the commission in its 888page made public Sunday is legislation to tighten protection of presidents and to make the killing of a president or a vice president a federal Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana said Congress should stay on the job to act on such recommendations even though it is adjournment But whether President John son plans to submit any legisla tive proposals along these lines apparently will await the advice of the fourman committee he appointed Secretary of the Treasury Douglas acting Nicholas Rat Director John Mc Cone of the Central Intelligence and McGeorge special assistant to the Presi dent for national security af Among the first to comment on the commissions findings was Robert brother of the late The for See Page 18 146 Enrolled In Dover Adult Night Program Dovers Adult Education pro gram gets underway tonight with 146 according to George The 146 represents a 10 per cent increase on the number of over last he The to be held from 7 to will conclude Courses offered Mondays are real estate I and sewing and tailoring and Those held Tuesdays are cake drivers train womens recreation and re stock and bond invest ments and The classes OJQ Thursday are sections Fair Exchange England AP Chris Coleman had a dog but wanted a little Sheree Sowden had the little brother but wanted the When one with met the other with on the beach Sun what was more natural than a deal Sheree handed her 4yearold brother Clive to Chris handed his Irish terrier Rusty to An anguished search by police and parents followed along Plymouths busy Chris took his new brother Sheree went walking with her new The 4yearold soon gotbored with the beach and announced he wanted to go home to his own not Chris dutifully took him there and stayed on to Sheree turned up later with Rusty to make it a Chris parents had called out the His antique dealer Howard We had no idea where he was and were frantic with He turned up safely in the This is a business area and the boy gets He told us he thought that swapping his dog for a brother was a fair Coleman added He wont be lonely much longer hell have a brother or sister of his own in December Early figuring Hints Success In Fair Activities ti L IIth County Fair is except for final bookkeeping which will take several pre immary figures indicate the regarded as one of the best ever staged from standpoint of exhibits and also held its own Treasurer Eugene Bowers announced gate and grandstand ad or more than last There were fewer people paid at the gate but a 25cent increase or tickets made up the nonEconomic Demands Stall Auto Accord By GENE SCHROEDER DETROIT AP General kfotors and the United Auto Workers Union tried a double arreled approach today in eeking to end a strike of more than a quartermillion GM orkers around the Negotiators met for two hours unday and agreed to expedite iscussions on some local ttheplant demands while rying to settle differences on a ational Workers walked off their jobs t 89 GM plants shut ing down production of the ompanys 1965 model The unions noneconomic de mands as improved working conditions and in creased union representation vere major stumbling blocks to ccord on a new national labor Both sides agree that negotia ons over money matters have been virtually wrapped up along See Page 2 Bowers estimated total attend ance for the Way run at Last years total was with gate and grandstand receipts to taling Saturdays paid admissions were with an estimated on the Thursday was the only bad day be cause of cloudy skies and cool Secretary Walter Flndley said receipts will be bolstered by sale of membership which are expected to reach 000 when final reports are Last year approximately 500 of the tickets were He also said preliminary figures in dicate the midway take may be slightly patronage being better than usual because all school children were admitted Results 9t the western style tractor pull and powder puff See FAIR FIGURING Page DAY HIGHTfNil One advantage of a detached garage is that it forces people to take a short wait I JRttwIti fat Through A Rtporttr IWantAd was so4 quickly ROOM Located in NE Phone IWhether it be household automobiles tbere waiting to read your inaUy Want A41 PLACE AJD THE BESUlT M Weathei SATURDAY High 82 Low SO YESTERDAY High 64 Low 44 TODAY 7 BAINFALL Last 4jf hours Inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 65 Low 42 Forecast Cloudy and Dennison Area Badly Hurt In Attack Officials hoped they would be able to question Mary Cas of RD today in Union Hospital where she is undergoing treatment for severe injuries suffered in an attack Saturday Casagranda was found in a pool of blood on the back porch of a neighbors home by a who heard her groaning while looking for The Joe is being held in County Jail for questioning but no charges have been according to Chief Deputy John The Sheriffs Department was notified at Saturday night by the hospital that Casa granda had been brought there in a Lindsey ambulance by daughter and She is being treated for vere cute on the arms and a possible broken wrist and Her condition is Her told officials t was working on his car at the home of Red Dttseoterry and went to Beans Tim across the street from his moth ers He was taki that lights in his mothers I which usually are off for some When Rudy couidnl mother ia the outside aw bleeding   

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