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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Family Of 6 Enjoyed Summertime Trip Of Miles Thtrti o Nttwerk of Rtporttr andCorrt Strving VOL 32 Largest Circulation In Tuscorawas County PHONE 42167 NMNNM 7CEKTS Harold Hill fellows 2 cartonacting eft and a Baptist Donhison Firo Department Harold Hill Pursues Dual Dennison Duty Americans In Army Helicopter Dt Down In Viet Nam Warfare Johnson Aims At Corn Votes By FRANK CORMIER tonly by some booing by a small By Virginia Addlson Reporter Staff Correspondent DENNISON It is not often that the separate careers of fire man and minister are pursued by the same Such is the with Harold Hill of 610 2nd who has been a regu lar with the Dennison Fire De partment 20 years and was nam ed acting chief in August when Jack Murphy became If Village Council makes the appointment a permanent Hill will be following in the foot steps of his Leroy who was chief here from 1927 to The acting chief serv ed as a volunteer and extra fireman under his Council has 90 days from the time of the appointment of the acting chief to name a new fire according to Clerk Charles Being on the Hill is like being a coal miner gets into your He recalled that the worst fires he has worked on were the ONeill Store in Co the local post office blaze and one on Water in If there could be a funny moment during a Hill re it would have been re cently when a volunteer was squirting a fire through a win Instead of the fire kept getting Upon it discover ed that the man had been squirting a reflection in a mir Hill also Is an ordained Bap tist The lifelong dream of becom ing a minister materialized in Hillwas urdamea to the North Eastern Ohio Bap tist Fellowship after studying with the Moody Bible Institute aifc i He serves in the capacity of supply pastor the Twin City Strasburg Gets Proposals For Sewer System STRASBURGWilliam Quick Ball and William rep resentatives of Quicksall a New Philadelphia en gineering submitted pre liminary proposals for sanita storm sewer and water dis tribution systems at last nights Village Council Council will consider the pro posals and then make its recom Fire Chief Luke Warncs re ported fire calls for September and the mayors and clerks re ports were Ordinance which amends rate of pay for unskilled was given its third and final reading and then The new rate will go into effect Ordinance to establish oneway traffic on 1st Lane NW and 1st Lane of Wooster was given its first Council will discuss at the next meeting a 4way rotary beacon for the new city All council members were pres Mayor John Studer ON THE INSIDE Around The World Dear Abby Alvarex Craw 11 31 31 31 area and spends a great deal of tiis time calling on the sick in the nursing hospitals and private Hill was in charge of the mu sic for the Dover Baptist Tem which concluded 8 days of services on Having been converted into the EUB Church in Hill served as superintendent for 15 years and was also song leader for a number of after taking voice lessons from the late Elmer Mathias of New Hill also spent 2 summers preaching to the in the Ohio The largest congregation he fac ed was the Emmanuel Baptist See DUAL Page 20 DBS MOINES AP Presi dent taking direct aim at votes in the corn said today Barry XJoldwatefs farm proposals would spell disaster for American Calling for broader farm price Johnson said we have come too far as a people united by common agreement and common principles to be diverted by heartless prescrip tions of economic Without once mentioning Goldwater by Johnson contended the farm program espoused by the Republican presidential candidate would end price supports and strike a devastating blow to the heart of the American The President thus was re peating in the Midwest a cam paign appeal he first voiced Tuesday night in tobaccogrow knot of Goldwater supporters at RaleighDurham Airport Johnson Tuesday night ad libbed a long section on freedom and Speaking about men of little faith and voices of doom who we have lost our free Johnson shouted I havent lost my freedom not a bit of Goldwater has been arguing that freedom is being a little bit a little bit Johnson said There is more freedom in all the countries of the world tonight than there has been at any time in your life The at another ing North Des Moines was the first scheduled stop on Johnsons biggest campaign tour jet a sixday journey that takes him into at least 11 states from Ohio to Tonight his first nationwide campaign a paid program taped in will be Even before his departure from the White House made the speech Johnson had prepared for deliv ery from the steps of the Iowa capitol in Des It and in sections was a wordforword of one he delivered to a enthusias tic audience of in North Carolina State College Coliseum at Apparently pleased by his Carolina reception marred said Men of little reckless dangerous peo ple would try to make you be lieve that America no long er leads the Saying that he spoke as corn See Page 2 Is Fined 5162 Thomas of Brightwood was fined and given a suspended 30day jail term yesterday by Mayor Jo seph Fritz for an 1 bitskip accident in New Police said a car driven by Vance struck a fence at Warner Swasey on Mill but did not The car was trac ed by aided by Sheriff Deputy Earl Doriche to Ralph the who also is from Leon Force Andrews Veteran Heads Back With UF Federal Contract Clinic Is Slated In County 14 Representatives of industrial firms from eastern and central Ohio will attend a clinic 14 in the offices of the Tuscarawas County Automobile where profit opportunities in govern ment business will be Clinic hours will be from 9 2 Phila Youth Cited In Headon Mishap It is believed that seat belts may have saved the life of a North Canton man this morning in a headon crash at on Route north of New Philadel Walter of North Canton is reported as fair in Union Hospital with lacerations to his wrists and possible head and chest The other Frank 16 son of and Robert Vic kers of 135 5th New sustained face la Patrolmen report that Vickers was left of center on a hillcrest striking the Haack vehicle head Seci t Page t CHANGEOVER Press Room Fore man Fred Kollar guides a linotype machine off a speciallyconstructed platform as The Daily Re porter began moving its Composihg Room opera tions yesterday into nevv Watching are George Douds and Charles composing room The which has slowed production operations a is ex pected to be completed by Dover Police Halt Joyride After HighSpeed Pursuit Fast action by Dover police Tuesday ended a Joyride for 4 youths that began in Pennsyl Officers rounded up the 3 boys and a girl on foot in the Crater Stadium area about after they ditched their stolen car when it became stuck in Dry Hollow Sev eral warning shots were fired before they Only minutes earlier police were in hot pursuit of the car as it sped 60 to 70 miles per hour on Johnson totally disre garding 3 stop Police were augmented in the chase by state patrolmen and sheriff New Philadel phia police also had a road block set up on Seven Mile The being held by See Page 13 Three Bodies Others May Be Captive South Viet Nam AP A Army helicopter with five Americans and a Viet namese aboard was shot down in flames 13 miles west of Sai gon crashing in the midst of a powerful Viet Cong All six men aboard the bell copter were presumed Ground troops who fought their way to the burned age found 3 bodiescharred beyond The other 3 bodies could not be While it was presumed they also had been there was some possibility they had sur vived and were capturedby the Viet A second helicopter also was downed but its crew reportedly survived and was repairing the aircraft for a flight back to its The two armed i with rockets and machine had been providing strafing support for a small operation by Vietnamese ground Oth er helicopters in the flight saw one machine burst into flames and hurtle into the midst of the enemy The helicopters could not fire into the Viet Cong for fear of hitting any American Later helicopters and fighter bombers pounded Viet Cong positions around the site but avoided the crash site Aboard the burned helicopter were three American two enlisted men and the Viet namese Troops who entered the area said the guns and rockets of the helicopter had been destroyed in the The pace of war elsewhere in the nation also remained hot The Saigon government re ported early Tuesday that a large Viet Cong assault force attacked a district capital near See VIET U Marquand Earns National Honor Four more division all former were announced today for the Unit ed Community Fund drive in Dover and New The 4 are School Em met Riley of Dover School Leon Force of New PhiUi delphia Kenneth Neff of New PhUadelphia and An drews of New Obituaries STaddM They join lest oj Other adders and workers this montfe in an effort to raise I to cover the needs of 12 weliare 25 26 17 31 14416 and service the Cancer Union Hos New Philadelphia Youth Dover County Guidance Dover Red Boy Carapfire Salvation Girl Senior Citizens and Tus carawas County Red Bttey will head the Dover School whicb has been assigned of taat tributed Ust yew m wl m assisted by Sanbajaj Mar to 3 The Tuscarawas County W t will Up Vim Chamber of Commerce has ar ranged for businessmen to consult with defense procure ment specialists for military and space agencies at the clin News Briefs DETROIT AP General Motors and the Interna tional Union of Electrical Work ers IUE reached agreement on a new national labor con tract today covering em in five Gil The pattern follows that of the comoanys agreement with the in Services provided by the Tus carawas County extension agents will again receive na tional recognition Thursday night in New when James Marquand of RD New 4 H extension receives a Distinguished Service Award at the annual meeting of the National of County Agricultural The award will make a per fect score for county Alga home economics and Lester agri cultural both received the honor recent one of 3 Ohio agents to receive the award this has been in extension ser vice 11 beginning his ca reer He is being recog nized for developing an out standing leadership training gram in his county and the quality and quantity of his 4H Club Older Youth and adult poultry considered one of the best in A native of Coshocton and graduate of Ohio State Univer he has previously held several offices in the County Ex tension Agents As former vice he became the associations president last May following the death of the for mer Marquand is attending the convention along with his a Dover kindergarten and and Cron The I other Ohioans to receive the both agricultural SM Page 11 Panhandler Handcuffed Russell of Camp was soliciting a free meal and bumming money downtown last but he hap pened to approach the wrong person acting Dover Police Chief Raymond in plain notified officers who jailed the man for Police also learned the man had created disturbanc es in 2 restaurants when he was refused 9 Granigan will appear before Mayor LeMoyne James MuquaMl Tofcc Theyre Yours ite Weerdemu Daily leptrter Staff Writer How can people be The answer to that question came as a shocker to me Tues day at the County Welfare De partment where I had gone for a I got my but not the or the kind I bad Two child welfare casework ers stood in the with 2 blondhaired babies coddled in S MBl MfMNMiC IWt their The ladies other were having ball with the 8 little cine the Those 2 babes were unwanted The case workers had just brought them into the receiving from the home where they arent Take them We dont want them the parents had told the welfare They have an older child which they want to ex plained one but they dont want to have any thing to do with these younger The husband she Theyre otherwise nor but theyre determined to get rid of Ue I told them they would wake up sum sight in wteh j they had the children they had deserted she said she told the that will never the father We know will take them and place them in a home where people will want them and love which isnt the case with Last week we saw a judged unfit to care for her 10 sob bitterly when the court ordered them surrendered to the Welfare and we felt terribly sorry or But Tuesdays tale left us cold and with wt human YESTERDAY High 54 Low 27 Elsewhere b V A clear 41 cloudy 4 31 Los clear W tt cloudy it New cloudy 42 clear 55 27 clear 17 91 San cloudy clear II 41 TQDAI Last 24 hours w wft Forecast Cloudy v4 note of sympathy sowading these 2 soijUess   

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