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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Dover High Boxoffice Opens At For Crane Lecture Tonight 35 County Rtporttrs Mean Complete Coverage THE REPORTER HOMt MOTION VOL 32 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew October Serving Over NnilMei PHONE 42167 7 CEWS WAFF FLOAT SNARES HONORS Packed House Views Parade Betty is the center of aHraetion in this patriotic creation the top prize winner entered by Bill and Jane operators of Pfaff Sewing Machine in New By Pete Groh Dally Reporter Staff Writer Dovers Miracle Lane Plaza was transformed into a galaxy of goblins and what haveyou last night as the 43rd annual Halloween parade play ed to a packed The traditional spookfest attracted a guestimated 000 spectators who jammed into the shopping center and lined the parade There were the usual uhs and ahs from young parade mom and pop and grandpa and gran ny didnt get into the swing of The long event the parade passed the judging area twice was extremely smooth running although it was some what longer than last years ed It was the second time the parade has been held in the Copping top honors and the lions share of the prize money in the float competition was a Pfaff Sewing Machine entered by Bill Jones of New The extremely colorful crea tion was comprised of Betsy Ross putting final touches on the first 13star American The using a white and blue color scheme to carry out the parades Our Ameri can Heritage won as the best of the parade try and as the top commer cial In the background of the float was a goldplated Liberty Bell while several white doves were stopped in midair on the Ed Quillen of New Philadel who did much of the de said the construction took about and It was one of the top floats ever entered in the Dover First place and in the Organizational Division went to the Dover High while the high school Seniors nabbed runnerup spot and The floats both were used in last weeks homecoming celebration at Crater Stadium and finished the judging in reverse The freshmen entry used the theme Inaugural and was done in a pink and blue color scheme with large white Mills was the theme of the colorful senior class which was labeled With a Little Bit of Third place was won by the DoverNew Philadelphia Mothers of Twins whose entry included scent See Page 2 LBJ Reports Pledge From New Soviets By FRANK CORMIER SALT LAKE Utah AP President Johnson said today he has received a heart ening pledge from the new So viet premier that the Soviet Union will maintain its own search for peace with the In a prepared for delivery in the historic Mormon Johnson said the United States must work to guide the inevitable changes that lie ahead in Communist Johnson made an overnight stop in Salt Lake City in order to breakfast with David Mc president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints Mormon and to speak in the churchs After two days of campaign Ing in the the President was pointing his voteseeking efforts with other appearances planned today in and Philadel In his tabernacle John son said that when Nikita Khru shchev was toppled as Sovie I sent word to Mos cow that our basic policy re tnained He reported that the new Alexei has replied that the Soviet Union would maintain its present poli cies and seek better relations and maintain its own search for See Page 2 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 69 Low 52 Elsewhere In High Low Pr clear 73 51 cloudy 67 48 50 Los rain 61 78 M M New cloudy 74 55 cloudy 71 52 cloudy 75 56 San 59 cloudy 72 53 TODAY 7 56 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW High 62 Low 38 Forecast Fair and ON THE INSIDE Dear Your Horoscope Around The Goren On Bridge Obituaries Television Womens Pages Crane The crumpled wing and crushed cockpit testify to the force of Richard Mc Masters crash The plane struck the embankment just behind the CRASH LANDS NEAR STRASBURG North Canton Pilot Is Injured A North Canton Rich ard escaped death twice at 4 yester day when his singleengine Pip er TriPacer plane crash land ed onto Franklin Township Road who was treated n Union Hospital for multiple told state patrolmen lis motor conked forcing him to make an emergency He narrowly missed a high tension electric tower on his ap proach to a cloverfield on the Wilbur Leggett about 2 miles southwest of The hit nose down in a cornfield about 50 feet short of the bounced off an embankment and landed right side up on the road and edge of the McMasters suffered a fractur ed left multi ple facial lacerations and a se vere hand He was later transferred to Canton TimkenMercy An Ohio Power working on the ran to the crash and freed the 250 pound They were Glen Eugene Goodson and along with John Fitz an engineer for Hinch See Page 2 Malaysia Repels Guerrilla Attack Malaysia AP About 60 Indonesian attacking in two landed by sea on the southwest coast of Malaysias mainland early to day but by nightfall almost half of them were reported A military spokesman said the others were pinned down in swampy jungles 30 miles south of here by a force of New Zealand and Malaysian The spokesman said a holding action would be carried out through the and mopping up operations will be launched at The spokesman reported 25 prisoners taken during initial encounters with police and sol diers along the Kesang near the border of Malacca and Johore He said not a shot was The spokesman said the raid ers were tracked called upon to surrender and came out of the bush with their hands in the Prime Minister Abdul Rah man announced five boatloads of guerrillas landed before dawn on the southwest coast betwen Malacca and Home Minister Ismail Bin Abdul Malaysias top internal security made a flying tour of the Malacca Muar area and told newsmen that Malaysian forces had the situation well in We have encountered a large number of the he DAY BRIGHTENER A problem child is one who puts two and two together and gets and the battle betwen hm and security force sis in We have every reason o be It was the third reported inva sion of the Malaysian mainland y forces from whose President Sukarno has vowed to crush the Britishbacked Malay sian federation of Sin Sarawak and Missing Tot OnWayHome New Philadelphia police dis covered yesterday that when searching for a 5yearold boy he most logical place to start is at his DISMISSAL APPEAL HEARD Starlight School Teacher Will Submit Resignation Margaret Gilbert of a former teacher for the Starlight Retarded will submit her resignation in the near future following a meeting yesterday in Columbus with the Personnel Board of Toe woman had appealed to the board after she was re moved from the post on 4 by Welfare Qimtor Lorin Gadd because riteiJKM have re Gadd said today the removal order will be rescinded and that Gilbert could be consid ered for reemployment if she obtains the necessary college She was represented at the hearing by Dover Paul Also attending were Prosecutor Harlan Spies and Richard commissioner Gilbert had taught at the school since Police were notified at by Martha Pickers of 205 Canal SE that the 5year old son of and James McBride of 915 High Ave was McBride had left he son at the Pickers home am the young lad promptly ran of after his Approximately 45 minute later the tots mother locatec him heading for Building Permits DOVER William construction of 10 X sign at Do House Restaurant at 814 Boule Robert and Virginia Mason 14 X 39 dormer addition to re Charles and Prance 14 X 18 addition to commercial fontyditpg at 328 I terry Sees Upset On Tuesday By WALTER MEARS AP Barry Goldwater kicked ff a Pennsylvania whistlestop our asserting millions E disgusted Ameri ans across this country will reduce the centurys biggest olitical upset next The Republican presidential ominee said some people claim e has just about given up in lis battle against President But he said there is no truth n He launched his third rail road tour of the campaign after oughening his presidential chal enge with a charge that Demo rats have Communist backing nd havent repudiated The Arizona senator opened is campaign day before a Har isburg crowd estimated by po lice at more than The Republican nominee for he White House took to a cam aign train after a journey hrough the Midwest and a de mand that the Democrats de nounce Communists and their He said Communist mblications were pulling for he defeat of Republican candi Goldwater keynoted a five stop railroad journey to Pitts mrgh with a complaint that Johnson had used false and degrading tricks against He tells the American public want to tear up their Social Security Goldwater said n a speech for There is not an ounce of truth in this and my opponent knows that full The whistlestop tour was uoldwaters third campaign foray into a state he believes the GOP ticket can carry if the Democrats are held to a margin in Phil An crowd rose to cheer him Wednesday when he Arizona senator brewed into Us presidential bid the charge that Democrats have Commu nist Brandishing a copy of The See HUGE Page 2 Noahs Ark didnt nave muen water last but it left the parade grour as a In the Ark are Debbie Del Levengood and Christy Leven all of the Mineral City Iva Burkey right won a prize for her mixer DHS Bandsmen HaveMystery HighStepper That a flabbergasted Dover High Bind Director Armand gasped when querried about the little mystery majoret leading the musicians during last nights Halloween The girl was picking them up and laying them down with the aplomb of the big girls during 2 trips around with the Torna do Many of the thousands attend ing the parade went on the sun position that the lass was the daughter of who has a girl about that size and The first time I noticed Houk remarked was just as we were turning off Union into the plaza on the first She watched Ladema head majoret pinch hit ting for ailing drum major Gary fell right in step and was a real outstanding According to the iden tity of the mystery majoret was never discovered and he SeeMYSTERY Page 12 Harem girl Patty and her Uncle Sam Tom both of Mineral took home cash priies for their costumes in last nights Halloween parade in Miracle Lane Shopping Attorney PailToShowAt Court Hearing Merle Smith of RD Sugar creek failed to appear for trial today in Common Pleas Court on a charge of nonsupport for which he was indicted by the September Grand A bench warrant was to be issued and served against Smith to have him picked up by sher iff Neither Smith nor bis law Arthur had given reason for not The originally scheduled was reset for today on the courts information that Limbacb Lightning Hits Several Area Electric Lines The Sugarcreek Shanesville 2 New Philadelphia indus trial plants and several area residents were without electric power for a short time early this morning as a result of the electrical and rain Approximately an inch of rain was dumped on the area since last Telephone service in the area was also Ohio Power officials re ported that power to the Sug arcreek Shanesville area was out approximately 42 minutes when lighting bolts struck sev eral They also reported that War ner fc Swasey Ridge Tool were without elec tricity for around an hour when lighting struck a line along the If Railroad west of toe DaraU Cope of the General Telephone stated that Sug See Winning prim wMi bora w4 Urry wPWHp wW wMpBhtf   

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