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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                OTfna fefefWr1 lireutation In TuKoroSwil County i n iwfwniw ntMaoMpniSi Dragovich general chairman of tho United Fund campaign is prosonting Community Sorvico Citations to Durr Nlto Urftr and William Gets On First Call We have to go I f The 196445 United Community Fund drive in Dover and New Philadelphia got off to a running tUrt at firrt report meeting in Reeves Motor Joseph general campaign announced today that was ed in cash and pledges by the 30 division chairmen attending the Dutch treat The second report session will be Friday at noon in Union Country Dragovich said he had diffi Hoover Rites Put Check On Political Work NEW YORK AP National political activity was curtailed today for a brief funeral service for fogner President Herbert All four top candidates halted campaign tours to attend the services in Bartholomews Episcopal Church on Park Av The services are scheduled AKRON FIRM PREPARING PROPOSAL for Eastern Standard About persons filed through the big romanesque church Wednesday past the flagdraped of the list died Tuesday at the age of 90 in his Slstfloor suite Jn the WaldorfAstoria President Johnson and Sen Hubert Humphrey aftd Republican Barry Goldwater and Wil liam planned to at tend the private So did former Vice President Richard Former President Dwight D who had intended to come here for the service was confined to his home in by an attack of An aide said Ei senhower still hoped to attend the service for Hoover at Wash Ington Friday Former President Harry Truman was hospitalized See Page M Within a New Philadel hia officials will receive a pro wsal containing a comprehen ive program for city planning nd revisionof zoning to ether with estimated rom an Akron consultant en gineering Robert president f Beiswner Hoch Arnold and ssociates made the offer to Mayor Joe Pritz and 4 other ity representatives at a meet ng held in the Municipal Build ing last Arnold attached no obligations o his offer and safe he thought he city administration should interview several other firms lefore entering into any con tract planning and re zoning 2 Performances Added To Run Of My Fair Lady With all tickets sold for the remainder of the week far its current My Fair the Little Theatre off cials announced today that additional performances will be given on 30 and The worlds most famous mu sical which played for recordbreaking 7 years o has delighted are resulting in ai unprecedented sale of ticket with capacil the 10 scf audiences for ft o iuled performances The Lemer and Loewe show with a sensationally wonderfu score and perfectly blended sto is expertly done by a ta ented cast under the direction of Paul The orchestra under the direction of C Foster Lucille provide Ideal Reservations for the I dates may be made at the box office 55555 from 1 to S and I to with the exception of Sun Slated culty in restraining his optimism toward topping the goal after several chairmen ed substantial percentage creases in n Employes at 2 mere Warner ft Swasey and Weathervane YESTERDAY High 62 Low 34 Elsewhere In High Low clear 72 38 clear 42 cloudy 60 M See Picture Page 2 With Arnold was Cy his chief planning con sultant who is highly recognized In over the nation for his work in city and community planning for the last 50 Representing the in ad dition to were Council man John head of the speciarcommittee on city plan ning Councilman Ted chairman of the finance com mittee Service Director Willi am and Aaron member of the Board of Zon ing Arneld insisted that any city planning and zoning has to be based on present actual condl See PHILA Page 22 Schwartzs qualified for the 100 per cent giving Ralph union local and Ted presented a check 63 67 46 35 35 64 43 ASKS STATE PROBE To Rejected A political maneuver in volving County Engin e e r Charles just 13 days be ore the elections came to The Daily Reporters attention to In a letter to The Reporter from Carl who is rep resenting the Road and 3ridge Employes local it was pointed out that the Cen Court Orders Father To Pay In Paternity Charles of 721 1st today was ordered to pay monthly support and a total of in medical bills in arrearages af ter pleading guilty to a pater nity charge in Juvenile Judge Ralph Finley made the after now married and the father of 2 children one ad mitted the charge filed by Bon nie Kaylor of 329 Clalr Miss Kaylor said her child was born March Finley said he would not or der McGiith to the 90 days in jail for if the girls James Bam would agree to partial payment of monthly on the This total results from the 1209 monthly support pay menu which ire retroactive to last and for doctor and hospital expenses incurred In the childs tral Ohio Public Employes Dis trict Council AFLCIO has re uested the State Personnel Board of Review to investigate wssible violations of the Ohio Civil Service Holt asked the board to check Young and some of his em ployes in connection with the current political foung is seeking reelection to 4year James a Dayton attorney and chairman of the Personnel told The Re mrter the board would notify lolt the boards position is as I On file GM Strike May M fndecl Paao 11 Gaidwattr GOP Compaian Film foao 14 EffortHoiw Gam Oi MPJ I for from the Em ployes Federated Welfare The sum represents a dona tion of per salaried and hourlyrated employe and an per cent increase over last years Schwartzs employes donated per Dragovich stated that several divisions report increases over the 2 per cent hike asked to meet this years budgets for the 12 welfare and service organiz Drigovleh also presented Community ServiceCitations to representatives of S of the UF agencies for achievement in providing for the human needs of the Miles secretary of the YMCA in Dover Niles Ur assistant director of the Senior Citizens of Tuscarawas County and William Murtaugh of the Salvation Ar my accepted the The citations also will be pre sented to the other 9 organiza Los cloudy 94 75 New clear 55 cloudy 62 clear 74 San clear 84 clear 61 MMissing TODAY 7 38 RAINFALL Last 24 TOMORROW Sunrise High 52 Low 28 Forecast Fair and Ray AdIMns right of chairman of tail nJghft tSth annual 4H Advisors Recognition congratulates Olonn Ubold left of a advisor tho last 20 and and John Oalbraith of both of whom havo sorvod IS yoars In that f 15TH ANNUAL BANQUET CLIMAXES 64 ACTIVITIES Volunteer 4H Advisors Saluted By Dan Mites Dally Reporter Staff Writer Recognition and gratitude were paid to 250 4H volunteer advisors last night in Dover First Methodist Church at the 15th annual climaxing 4H activities for It also commemorated the 50th anniversary of Cooperative Extension Work in agriculture and home It was a wonderful year for and the results of past efforts demonstrate the grow ing satisfaction that has made 4H great through the past stated Lester county agriculture extension This year there were 4Hers working on proj of which were com There were girls and 639 boys enrolled in 119 local clubs under the leadership of 262 advisors and 189 Junior lead 4H has grown Immensely over the years and now has adult advisors in the WITH JOHNSON Nan Charged In Trunk Death Early story Page 17 AP A 21 year here The primary function of the board is to hear appeals filed by an This board has re ceived no appeal of a wrong from any person in the employe of the Tuscarawas County En in an em ploye has been he has the right to an appeal and Smear Lash Hurts GOP Camp By JACK BELL WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson says a smear lash is causing Republicans to desert the temporary leaders of their The who takes time off from campaigning today to attend memorial services for former President Herbert Hoov er in New addressed a cheering throng Wednesday night in downtown He said a Republican leader in whom he did not had told him that in the previous 48 hours there had been marked defections of party members from the GOP He told Johnson that its not the backlash and its not the front its the smear When some people get desperate they get danger When they getdangerous they are not And when they get to smearing the people do not want to go As he rode into the crowd of several thousand persons at a street corner in John son obviously did not see a sign borne aloft which said Jenk Johnsons Walter formerly a top Johnson was asked by the President to resign after it became known he had twice been arrested on morals Johnson supporters wrestled the sign down the President observed There are a few like this in every But as the days go on they get fewer and Johnson bore down on the theme that peace is the most issue in this cam He said there could not be the kind of total victory his opponent has been advot In a world such as this a nuclear world there is no room for bluster and bluff and he There is room only for intelli gence and Johnson said the Republican See Page 22 WITH GOLDWATER New Soviet Troubles Forecast The board will not undertake an investigation for 2 it simply does nothave the money to do so See Page Absentee Vote Deadline Near who will be absent from the county on and disabled persons have until 4 next Thursday to cast or mail their Board of old local man was held today for the slaying of a young nurse whose body was found In a railroad terminal at Police identified him as Robert Ray who was arrested about Patrolman Tony Rogg said police in just across the Ohio charged Abbott with first degree murder of Wanda He said Abbott refused to sign a waiver for extradition to Miss Cooks body was found By WALTER HEARS WASHINGTON AP Barry Goldwater says the wheat sale to the Soviet coupled with aid to Communist has actually helped Russia herself to the point that Wednesday trunk at a morning Cleveland in the railway Elections Clerk said Victor Turner New who have ap fW Ir WW TWfTF until noon on Oct MF 9Hf fll It was identified early today by her a seminarian who recognized the clothing his sister had been wearing when she was home last Cltming Undtrway For Harf Confer A 12acre tract of land on Route 259 south of Schoenbrunn is being readied for the new Harts Family Center when will be the largest single store in the General contractor is Dtogledine of who said i parking lot will facilitate m The store will feature nearly all types of Nctown Driver Fined In Mishap NEWCOMERSTOWN Rog er of 306 Pilling was charged with failure to stop within assured clear dis tance and fined following an accident Monday at on State Staffers car collided with one driven by Arthur ol 678 College who had stopped for the crossing gate at the C ft M Railroad There was damage to the Stoffer car and damage to the Brown Staffers case was heard be fore acting Mayor Charles Holdswortb Tuesday following police she can put a team in that can depose Khrushchev andlean more heavily to Red Addressing a crowd that tacked the Union League Club in Philadelphia Wednesday the presidential nominee forecast new troubles with the Communist world and said of the recent Kremlin shak up I dont agree with the President that this is going to ease The Republican nominee for the White House postponed a day of campaigning in the West and was due instead to attend a private memorial today for who died Pressing bis quest for votes in southeastern Pennsylvania the Arizona senator invoked Hoovers memory time and He called the former presi dent a great a man who stood for a leader wise in foreign and fiscal See Page 3 DAY BRIGHTENER Skillful listening is the best remedy for loqua and New Jobless Claims Drop New claims for unemployment benefits dropped in the county last but continued ones Increased according to released today by offic the Bureau of Unemployment Compensation office at New Philadelphi Crania read ft list of 48 all having completed a year as advisors and having taken the first who have given of their time arid energy consid erably are 5 years Dennis John James William and Charles Dan Le Henry Edwin John Laverne Paul and Mrs Hen ry George Dean Robinson and Gene 10 years Evelyn Stt Dean Max Herman Shaf See Page Vandalisms Keep Dover Police Busy Police were notified at this morning that vandals broke a window in a building owned by Raeder struction at the site of the new Josephs Church on Tuscarawas T Officials of Baltimore it Onto Railroad reported to polke to day that several smallwindows were broken in the station house on 3rd St Ext At yesterday Robert Randolph of 210 Superi or said Halloweeners had left the air out of the tires on his Damage to a storm door was reported at last night by Anthony Slca of 710 Tuscan was He said several boys had kicked in the bottom Gooch of IN Front said a window at nil home was broken last night by HaK loweeners throwing Other complaints were 09 window soaping and eon toss Women Moved To of New claims totaled pared with 104 for the week ending That figure is 41 less than the weekly average for Continued claims jumped to 240 last up 47 over the previous but less than last Octobers weekly PiEGAME PARADE STARTS AT 7 Ray of was transferred to TirnkenMercy Hospital at Can ton yesterday by plane from Bedford Memorial She had beea a ilipl PW cident near Bedford Mmjien is listed as fair but is pot permitted to have siutaiaed fractured ribs and a Found Innocent tWWWII wBIPlWWr Iw tbM aj4 dill Ji oiitof thit thsjr KPW MBMWPIW MM Ottce Wm ItfilMV ft HI SwW PH Wflrjp Vft WfpflHlJP SBSBp PoUoi Sthe mSS Dover High Homecoming Friday in the Three driven by plunged over a sfoot also were v f m Minnie JohRSQn of Front also wai with ill the trimmings and a few as the Dover Tornadoes host the Cambridge at Crat er The queeti and her who were wtainatod by till Senior Class and elected by the itu and Bob All are sen The annual homecoming pa fide school at 7 The line of march is to Tuscarawas south to m and east on Jrd w P amoipced afternooa at Kojth form it the high loats once around the Past queens and their ants from 1157 through last yea win be The queen will to crowned at halftiae by Pas vice president of the Senior Leading MM parade will he followed hy Ho OUOSAI iw flBH to Jennie 9 theme My will Beatrice Milkr general of the SDiAwt Com shi ajso renaini to Hi ilnrrit It   

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