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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                HI Dover High Home Icenofnfcv ill and IV claim took part in a ell ippMcatton on chW M AM veiopineiii irom i to Wedneafry by sponsoring a oMMflty nursery havtor patterns of the various age levels were observed by the Ten Dover and New delphja i each in age groups ranging from 1 to The students di rected the children at play by teaching them games and how to play with toys the girls had taken to Treva Mastreano was m charge of the project which included a Extended Phone Service Due Soon For BolivarZoar Area WfnCf EAS Extended Area Ser vtei no difwtdialing to the Philadelphia ex change is coming to the Boll var and Zoar When General Telephone would not But tin company has approv ed the Bolivar extension and a recommendation to that effect has been forwarded to the Ohio Public Utilities Commission in Datrell district com mercial indicated that in most cases PUCO will go along with the companys rec As howev official word has not been A 75 to 80 per cent favorable eral sages equate phone have we Miner 7 cal month takes in indepth towns hM fof criteria used by eis average mes Wl Jt Wn fc A iff eMMttft it musi to over per tele per When we or Cope ill make an I before obtaining said was highest with is per telephone per Bell jar area in a housetohouse survey conduct ed by the Lions numbered more than 80 per cent behind obtain was tabbed by Cope as one of the most overwhelming respons es we Receiving ploytlmt from Barbara Francos left and Vatario law ranee art Robin Dickey agt Mike and Mark Tea Time was enjoyed by Laura Meechan Kim Mattevi and Perry both under the supervision of Nancy Mowrer and Bea Corrective Steps Are Ahead For Problems Of Ru ral Church Editor note This is the last of a series of articles on a sur vey ef rural churches in Tus Harrison aid Guernsey counties conduct ed by Leon Neher and John Mitchell of Ohio State Univer sitys Department of Agricul ture Economics and Rural So By John Landon Dally Reporter Staff Writer Making the ministers and church leaders aware of the rural church and community problems existing in the 4coun ty area was the sole purpose of the with the problems being brought to the job of correcting them lies in future plans of rural church The majority of respondents were not aware of how congre gations could solve their Hicks Winner In Convention CheeseJudging SUGARCREEK Forrest cheesemaker for Ragers Ville Dairy of RD was named winner in he 47th annual Swiss Cheese Convention contest judging held yesterday Sugarcreek Yesterdays event was the second of 6 contests held throughout the year which will determine the 1965 Ohio Grand Champion The last contest is at the annual Swiss Festival in judgings are held at coun and the state Placing behind Hicks were Paul Hersbberger of Charm Cheese Sam Stauffer of Ed Steiner of Baltic Pete Pauwalder of Bunker Hill Cheese of RD MUlersbarg Albert Ringelhan of Malboro Cheese of Hartville Ladrach of Sugarcreek Dairy Karl Kinsey of Broad Run Dai ry of HP and Alex Piuli of Ashery Cheese of RD Samptos of cheese will be on during the convention One week from today the an nual Turkey feast takes place as Americans observe Thanks Many will be traveling the highways before and after as they join relatives and friends for the With that in Acting Do ver Police Chief Raymond Ries today issued a warning to mo torists to take it Watch the weather before starting Ries Its getting pretty late in the Thanksgiving Day fore tells snow and and its best to be HAY IWQHTINI1 wouldnt churchs Therefore they either do not perceive problems in the community or do not consider the church has a role in resolving some of the problems that When asked of improvements needed in their churches again the most answers were no im provements per cent and dont know per It is generally known that small rural churches are in need of some consequently the amount of an swers received show the apathy of most This again shows the lack of interest of the congregations concerning their It points to the fact that congrega See CHURCH Page 9 Ready For Holiday Driving The key to safe driving is a safe Ries explained He asked that local drivers have their cars checked and tuned for badweather His check list includes seal windshield brakes and And for Thanksgivings Ries dont leave your tire chains hanging in your If the weather should turn unexpectedly bad your failure to have them handy could invite an experi ence for which you might find it hard to be ng extended It have ever Two years ago i similar can wis made Md less than ft per cent of Bollvarifes favored the Our plans are Cope We are definitely going to provide the Were satisfied that the people in Boll var want it and they warrant As soon as we receive the official word from the Public Utilities Commission and get a firm date on the installation and engineering with the equipment dates will be an Zoar is also in for extended service by virtue of being part of the Bolivar EAS to the DoverNew Philadelphia exchange is an extension of no toll already including Beach City and Of BftfiVtf i M per cent iff deuce AMI a mofithlpWl hike win go into effect wita The reason for Coat is thai ftoiftmttear will become part of the New Philadelphia exchange which has I fates as es tablished by the state and ers up to For a oneparty idence line in Bolivar now costa per The cost will he with Cope pointed eat that K would be well worth the money for Bolivar for prior See PHONE Page If THE DAILY REPORTER VOL 24 FBI Director Raps Warren King By BARRY SCHWEID WASHINGTON Director Edgar Hoover has blasted the Warren Commission as unfair and unjust and called Martin Luther King the most notorious liar in the Hoover boiled over on these and other including lenient bleeding heart in t King Brands Lie Charge As Irresponsible largest Circu ition In Tiscanwu County CoverNew November 1964 7 CENTS lengthy interview Wednesday with a group of women He angrily charged the Warren Commission with a classic example of Monday morning quarterbacking In discussing its report on the as sassination of President John The headed by Chief Justice Earl has said the FBI failed to notify the Secret Service that the AP Martin Luther King Negro civil rights branded to day as irresponsible a charge by FBI Director Edgar Hoo ver that King lied about actions of federal agents in A telegram to Hoover from who is in the was released here by his King wired Hoover he had ques tioned the FBIs effectiveness in racial And in an accompanying King said he would not engage in a public debate with the FBI Hoover said Wednesday that King was the most notorious liar in the The FBI director said this was true be cause King had said FBI agents in failed to act on Negro complaints because the agents were IB Us telegram to King denied he had attributed what he termed FBI ineffective ness to the heritage of King said in the accompanying brief statement I cannot conceive of Hoover making a statement like this without being under ex treme I have nothing but sympathy for this man who has served his country so Moon Maiden In Lee Harvey was in Dal las last the day Kenne dy was In New York City Hooyer per sons would have to be taken out of circulation every time a pres ident makes a public appear ance if it were deemed neces sary to remove ual who might every Individ threaten the safety of the the FBI director his office is turning over to the Secret Service the names of See Page 10 MayorToHpnt Hunters In City Dover Mayor LeMoyne Luthy today pointed a finger at hunters and warned them to conduct their search for game outside corporation Yesterday the mayor received a telephone call from a resi dent in the 28th area com plaining that hunters were fir ing near Mayor Luthy this morning said We are in the process of posting no signs on the perimeters of the corpora tion Hunting positively is not permitted within the boun nor at city park nor in city CHUKH fAKff fttfW Qtvtr man in Tank i ttftet tw currtntly to TKnt I ffflipm it it o dttoy comple tion vAtil itttt ytfur work on fwfenr may fampfetirf te Mofeb on the btftrfer during of the ftntnaJ handW by to 2 Navy Yards Are Rumored For Closings WASHINGTON said today the and Navy yards an those picked by the Defense Department to be A wellplaced source here said that not only the big Brooklyn naval installation but also two other bases in New Brooklyn Army Terminal which employs about persons and Jay on Governors are among the bases slated for Phila Gains Final Contest A young New Philadelphia won an is on Cloud 9 and soon will be Petite Patricia of 527 has been declired one of 10 national fi nalhts in the Dick Tracy Miss Mooi Maid Sponsored by Television Per sonalities of and on the local level iy The Daily which carried the Tracy the dim nutjve blonde will receive an allexpense trip to California for he final Date for the national finals and presentation of the grand which includes a screen est has not yet been announc 1 Miss a 1962 Dover High is an operator or General Telephone and resiles with her Joy Tlie Miss Moon Maid can didite was contacted by tele hoie last night at Silver where she is va iss Fischbacb formerly had Se e MAIDEN Page 2 Thomas D announced earlier that the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard also was among the bases to be It is the nations oldest Only two weeks elect Robert D appealed for continued operation of the Brooklyn yard at a meeting with Secretary of Defense Robert He also met with McNamara to talk about the yard before the 3 The Brooklyn yard employs about to workers and New York members of Con gress have said a shutdown or job loss there would have a se rious economic About work at the Brooklyn Army Mclntyre told a news confer ence at Portsmouth that the yard there would be one of the 95 to be named for closing at a McNamara news conference He said it will be phased out over a 10year The senator said he had talked about the matter with President Johnson and had been assured by McNamara lat er that the 10year phaseout time would be The source who reported on the for Brooklyn said it was not known yet how long the shutdown would Such base closings normally take place gradually over a period of Simultaneously with the dis closures on Brooklyn and Ports two Virginia congress See NAVY Page 2 lew England lemains Dry Snow Hits SW CHICAGO AP New and remained dust dry today in be clutches of its worst while the Southwest dug out from under heavy The Weather Bureau said that some rain or now was expected in the south rn New England area Central and western Massa husetts and parts of southern Vew Hampshire have been hardest hit by the drought which began April The area where rainfall has ieen less than 50 per cent nor mal extends from Millersburg Beer Permit Seen Despite Protests MILLERSBURG Eli Mas ch Ohio Department of Liquor Coitrol attended a spe cia meeting here yesterday to answer protests on the applica tion for a C2 permit to Ralph owner of Straits Hard meeting was called by Millersburg Ministerial and representatives of iy The objections were that the village al bad sufficient places for easing beer and and the near a drive in would be detri to youth of the commu nit w pnnii on the basis that a hard wire store was located near a after first questioning protests were not raised the application was read approved by Village Coun and then explain why the permit for carryout and wine probably be grante4 said a CJ is al by law for every and the permit apjtt is not in violation of He nointed out his W HHBF Itment could not refuse a 4 u pular If Miltersburg rtddeati pet to tea umber of wise u mppev iMg taey do art exceed number allowed by their only recourse would be to vote the town the agent He explained there is no rea son to refuse the permit to who has no police or court as long as the msiness is operated according o Spokesmen for the Ministerial were Robert James Hunter and Ronald Bold Paul Ed Balder and Wayne Fair represented the Annexation Move Delayed Action has been further de ferred regarding annexation to the City of Dover of land owned by Eugene Spence on Winkler In a letter sent to all mem bers of the Dover City Planning Committee and Zoning Board Service Director Rean asked that a meeting scheduler last night be postponed to Fri at 7 in explaining the post ponement request to hoard said he fciad un able to contact certain propert on Winkler regani to to to Worst affected are north al Massachusetts and extreme outhern New Hampshire where ainf all has teen SO to 41 per of the Weather lureau at Boston Hay crop losses were ed at million in New Bag including million In Potato faimera have lost more than Temperatures were below freezing hi many areas of New York and the Weather Bureau said there waa a slight hance of rain or Foresta See Page t Wfeathemne TISTIUUr High 47 Low II Elicwhere la snow snow cloudy clear clear New cloudy rain snow 51 II 41 94 T 4J H 41 tt 74 51 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