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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1964, Dover, Ohio Servke Board Staff Charts Writer jr you have already taken and with TuscarawAs Comity Local IK better than I W I that you win be raatttnt through the mail sometime wttff in the next If nxMths not like this Greetings Your friends and neighbors have met t UV HRWv todwrtioii into the Armed mm of the United and to The a ottethifi ing joke among wis ntHtti Neither II the bntMM rf ttft Ml f Iw from their c pm ott Md iwaiuu ano tMM among the idi m comy from innr omcvni UhrtchsYik MttteftU or thty dont ton your name into A trip to the toir s located id the MorganBeck ftrtkUnt this revealed that while its staff is being paid by the its 1 working for the pros JJi JdJ JjJ n inaiKiee As Roger em ployed by the Selective Service in Uhrtchsvllle since puts it The board goes from the bottom She along With Floyd a 15year veteran of the handle the is class registrant fWf the age of liability for military From that point the board See Page 7 M THE PORTER HOME EDITION A VOL 32 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County fewcrNeW October Over NmittM PHONE 7CEOTS Saves 5 In Fire AP When spunky 10yearold Ed ward McNeil saw smoke and fire curling through his he ran quickly for as his mother had told Then he returned to rescue his five younger brothers and as instinct told The six children were alone Tuesday night in their onestory and one of 2yearold was playing with Spotting Edward dashed to the home of George Palko across the street and told the neighbor My house is on call the fire depart But he didnt wait for help as the flames By the time firemen arrived to find the house completely engulfed by Edward had carried or led the children to Was Edward scared Uh he The were put up at the Alleban Ho Firemen were collecting clothing for the who are KEEPING THE RECORDS Roger clerk of the Tuicarawas County Selec tive Service Board with offices located at Uhrichs is shown at one of the many files necessary to maintain the toprated The boards operation is reviewed in a story which starts elsewhere on this Isbell Strikes Cuba AP Hurri cane Isbell struck a savage blow at Cubas Pinar del Rio drove thousands of Cuban families from their and roared on today to ward the Florida Keys and the Havana Radio said houses and buildings collapsed under the battering of 100mileanhour Noted County Civic Dies Walter promi nant retired New Philadelphia and widelyknown church and civic died last night in his home at 452 Broadway following an 8 month Bom near he was a son of the late Charles and Jen nie Stocksdale Smutz and was a life resident of the He operated the Smutz Food and Meat Market on High for more than 40 He was married to the for mer Eva who sur Following his retirement from he retained his position as a director of the Ohio Savings and Trust and pursued a hobby of growing roses and garden He was a member of New Philadelphia Elks and Kiwanis and served in many capacities for the First Methodist Church Including membership on the Of ficjal the board of trust assistant Sunday School su perintendent and head He was a memberof the Mens See Page 10 rain and tide nv Cubas Only one a was mentioned moni ored in i but they indi ated that Isbell may have fin shed a job started by Hurri ane Hilda in August destruc ion of Cubas second biggest money Havana the radio will battered by howling winds and torrential rains be ore the hurricane is through with The Miami Weather Bureau aid the storms eye would pass hrough the 70mile stretch ol water between Key West and he Dry Gathering constantly greater See Page 9 BARGAIN lOViiS ATTENTION for to low price ol II for I week Everyone lovw a out fed you wPW VWPPPM WfH 4J147 9 Bands Slated For Halloween Parade Reeves Takes Out Building Permit For Big Project Reeves Steel and a division of yes erday was issued a building permit for an addition to the tresent structure that will cost approximately Included in the project are a 60 x 180 galvanizing building 40 x 80 70 x 380 coil storage area and a 25 x 570 motor The addition is part of a millionplus expansion program slated completion in 1965 a Nine bands have been con firmed for the 43rd annual Do ver Halloween parade scheduled 28 at Miracle Lane Chairman Lee Bierie announced Providing the music will be bands from New Phil Stras Conotton Port Midvale and Tus carawas The Al Koran Trum Drums also will The fire siren will signal the start of the parade at 8 Marchers and floats will begin forming at 7 on Shafer under the guidance of Dale parade Severl more float entries have been received by Theme for this years parade is Our American Anyone still desiring to enter a float should call 81185 or 31592 by Cash prizes will be awarded to the best over all the top 3 in organizational and busi See Page 9 Norway AP The 1964 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded today to Martin Luther King Georgiaborn Negro who became a civil rights crusader in the United Martin Luther King has con sistently asserted the principle of the Oslo Nobel Institute said in its statement announcing the son of an Atlanta Bap tist minister and himself an or dained provided his fellow Negroes with a power ful new weapon molded and shaped from the teachings of Indias Mahatma Gandhi in the fight for Negro civil Kings rumored for will amount to Swedish kroner The cash prize and the Nobel gold medal and diploma will be handed to King at cere monies in Oslo King was bom in in 1929 and went to the Crozer Theological Chester He took his doctors degree in theology at Boston Universi ty and served later as a Bap tist In 1955 he was chosen to lead the Negro boycott of the Mont city Since then he has served as a leader in the Negro fight for civil as president of the South era Christian Leadership Con King was made Man of the Year by Time magazine in 1963 and this year was made an honorary doctor at Yale Uni versity and was awarded the John Kennedy Prize by the Catholic Council for Coopera on Between the Races in Chi He was the 12th American to be awarded the peace the American Friends Service Committee got The prize was awarded by He Nobel Committee of the Norwegian Storting Parlia Chairman of the committee is irector Gunnar Vice hairman is Dean Natvig Oslo 2nd add peace prize See NOBEL Page 2 Interstate 77 Opened Today Motorists shortly alter 2 oday officially began using the Dover bypass portion of Inter state just west of The opening followed a ribbon cutting attended b James Rhodes and othe state and local The 8mile stretch of 4lan superhighway runs from W High just west o Yew Philadelphia to Route 21 lust south of Max Krantz of a mem Mr of the Marietta to Cleve land IS77 was master o introducing Rhode and other Weathervane YESTERDAY High 68 Low 33 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr clear 73 47 clear 59 clear 63 Los cloudy 75 rain DAY BRIGHTENER One thing worse than making a mistake is discovering youre so unimportant nobody noticed New 71 65 75 36 61 75 48 37 44 57 47 33 clear clear San clear clear TODAT RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW High 79 Low 42 Forecast Fair and REIGN SATURDAY Ann Dreher front center will be crowned Queen during ceremonies at Josephs Homecoming game Saturday night against Vernon Vincents in Crater Class attendants include Mary Ellen Sample front junior Ann Warther front senior June lurcher back freshman Carol Seymore back The quintet will reign during an aftergame dance sponsored by the junior Parents of the royal figures are and Earl Dreher of 1114 Wooster Dover Don Warther 230 9th Dover and Jamer Sample of 218 5th New Philadelphia and Carl Seymore of 901 Tuscarawas and and Arthur Zurcher of 1822 Pleasant Valley New Raid Uncovers LBJ Death Plot BULLETIN CORPUS AP after a night of said late this morning they believe the owners are Innocent of any play to harm President CORPUS AP Officers quizzed today an Oversight Crocks Moonshine Counts Charges against 2 alleged moonshiners were dismissed in Northern District County Court this morning after Assistant Prosecutor James Thomas fail ed to prove the offense occur red in Sandy Tus carawas The apparent oversight by Thomas left Judge Charles Eck ert no alternative but to throw out the cases against Del la of Massillon and Pete of They were arrested after a Sheriff Department raid 18 on an RD Mineral City Both had pleaded inno Fredricka of the Mineral City address would have gone free also because of the venue but the short ly before the hearing changed her plea to no con LOCAL CAST HAS BRILLIANT OPENING My Fair Lady Is Little Theatre Gem By Kay Williams Dally Reporter Staff Writer No theatergoer could ask for more than a classic bol stered by beautiful music and skillfully presented by an out standing All these were in store for last nights audience at the opening performance of My Fair Udy in the Little Thea tre My Fair Lady is a and its brilliance was not in the least dinnniKWI by the local perfonn a bad song in the entire And each one was enhanced by one of the finest collections of voices ever assembled on the Little Theatre stage and excel vibrant scene after in the trials of Eliza her iu frathusi aid noal into fffiBUJMif As a it offers a tent unique distinction there is not lona nearly excelled her past performances in her presenta tion of the cockney flower girt turned polished Tkt Oft The Ampnf lorryi Cabinet toft 4 Covnty Teochtn Explanation 10 In fevlh 19 feted Page 27 Eye 39 i flflRMp Vow Horm News 91 Television Sports w M M1 f Wojnenf Pages Crane 1718 91 thy fifth scene of the first act which begins with the itchy en trance of Elizas father Leon Chamberlain and ends with her triumph over euvironmenta could almost stanx by itself as an indication of the shows quality and When moved by the first snow of tenderness from her makes her the audience wa almost audibly cheering for her Accomplished as she Miss Craft could not have carrier toe scene and sJbe didnt have Drew Witt 2 smaller Littk Theatre chamteriwt behind asceoded to hjgja er category ai tkf compteK md She is expected to be sentenc ed this afternoon by Judge Eck rt for illegally manufacturing nd possessing moonshine and malt I hope they the public dont lame Chief Deputy John Barlock said after the cases were along with 2 other Loren fcsbinder and Gene ound the still and also several ileces of furniture allegedly tolen from a nearby Thomas admitted afterward hat the venue was not brought into his presentation of evi dence and took full blame for the The only location that was mentioned was RD Mineral while did say the old Fin ey The oversight was brought to he jurists attention after Thomas said the state rests ts Defense Counsel Simon Car lino of after Thomass made the asking for direct dis SM Page X exconvict at whose home they seized guns and Nazi about a reported plot to kill President Johnson here Sheriffs deputies arrested1 Julius at his Cor pus Christi home Tuesday night and took Jerry of Ca into custody here several hours They said both men would be charged with violating the Na tional Firearms Word from informers about guns being collected in this city on the lower Texas coast prompted simultaneous raids on the home of Schmidt and that of is Nueces County heriff Johnnie Mitchell Informers reported there was a lot of loose talk about assas nating the President and uoted unnamed individuals as aying they would try to obtain guns from Mitchell After questioning Schmidt for more than three the sher ff said he at first doubted there ras a plot on the life of Presi ent Now that we have looked into Mitchell there might be something to How a plot has not yet been I plan to arrest two more The sheriff said Schmidt ad See Page 9 Dover Driver Loses License Jerry of RD 3 lost his driving privileg es for I months today after ap pearing in Northern District County Court on a habitual traf fie violation The according to records of the Bureau of Motor Vehicle had accumulated II points for consisting of driv ing while I speed no operators Ucease ignoring stop sign ted nun to give to an Gnadenhutten Fire Causes Plant Damage GNADENHUTTEN A short in an electricstatic paint sys tem was blamed lor fire at Tusco last according to plant manager Bill Damage was set at be tween and Stocker said the fire fined to the paint room and that the department would be out of operation about 3 Minor damage was reported to the Village volunteer firemen were called to the plant at Port Tuscarawas and Uhriehsville units arrived Fire Chief Donald Ridgeway See Page 2 Suit Piled In Crash Francis Mansill of RD has filed a 800 damage suit for injuries re ceived in a traffic accident on Mansill in his petition filed in Common Pleas that William Murphy of RD was at fault when his auto crossed the cen ter of the road and struck Man sills car headon on County Road east of Route Mansill states he was seri ously crippled by injuries to his and the aggravation of an arthritic He has been advised that his disability is probably The damage claim involves for loss of auto and in medical yvf hospital Youngs Copter Campaign Set Giving a modern twist to tht traditional whistle stop cam Ohios Stephen Young will arrive In New Philadelphia Thursday on heli copter The senator will be met at the New Philadelphia Municipal port by a motorcade of county He will speak ly at a political rally at tht Courthouse at devoting a portion of his time to ing The motorcade will then go to Uhriehsville for a ribboncutting at Democrat headquarters on Main Following a brief stop at the Post Office and a press Young will return to the airport for the trip to The 14hour campaign day wifl begin with a 7 takeoff at Cleveland Hopkins Airport and will include stops at East BeUaire and Fridays schedule will include a breakfast meeting in Zaaes ville and a trip to CiaciauU to meet President Johnson for his appearance He vUl return to Cleveland Friday Fire Huns UhrichsvUie to RD I by a
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