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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 26, 1964, Dover, Ohio Top-Notch Reporter Photography Makes A Better NewspaperThe Daily Reporter HOME EDITION Serving Over 11,000 FamiliesLargest Circulation In Tuscarawas County VOL. 60. NO. 296.    22    PAGES.    Dover-New    Philadelphia,    Ohio.    Friday,    June    26,    1964    PHONE    4-2167    7    CENTS SSS*®* marshals’ protection. For the first time in three weeks of almost daily confrontations, State Police were openly threatened. On at least two occasions, angry whites surrounded isolated groups of state troopers and tried to seize Negro prisoners. The Negro parade moved into the downtown square exactly like others which have been held. The proposed route went around the side of the square in which at least 200 whites were Sec FLORIDA. Page IO. By PAUL WILLS ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) —Gov. Farris Bryant flew to St. Augustine today for an inspection of a racial revolt situation reaching a new height of violence. A screaming mob of hundreds of whites attacked civil rights marchers Thursday night and the integration leader. Dr. Martin Luther King, said only the refusal of Negroes to retaliate ‘saved the city from a bloody night of terror.” In flying to St. Augustine, this morning for day-long Clay Week activities. The Uhrichsville band was on hand to welcome Gronouski. Cong. Frank T. Bow was scheduled to accompany him from Washington but was detained because of vital legislation up for vote in the House. Gronouski was to inspect Dover's new post office facilities (pictures on Page 16) this afternoon. WELCOME TO COUNTY! Postmaster Jack Pancher (left) of Uhrichsville; William Klaserner, business manager of the United Brick and Clay Workers; Postmaster General John A. Gronouski and Eugene Johnson, international representative of the clay union, hold a short discussion following the postal chief's arrival at Dover-New Philadelphia Airport Three men are in New Philadelphia city jail today and a 17-year-old Uhrichsville boy is in the Detention Home after they were found stealing auto parts at Walton’s Wrecking Co. last night and early this morning. Police Chief Louis Clark identified the trio as: William E. Brehm, 18, of RD I, Uhrichsville, and his brother, Walter, no age given, and Jerry W. Merry-man, 24, a transient, formerly of Canton. Clark said Gene Walton would file larceny charges against the 3 adults in Central District County Court and delinquency charges against the juvenile. Nine persons, including a 4-month infant, were involved in a 2-car accident last night a mile west of Bolivar on Riverdale Road. Eight were treated at Union Hospital’s emergency room. Stark County deputies reported Estell Newsome Jr., 20, of RD I, Strasburg, was traveling west and his car was hit headon by one operated by Harold C. Brown, 19, of Canton, who was cited for crossing the center line. Newsome’s occupants were his wife, Connie, 19, who received multiple abrasions and contusions; 2 daughters, Carol, 3, lacerations of scalp, and Brenda, I, multiple abrasions; a brother-in-law, James Watson, no injuries; Watson’s wife, Nancy, 17, abrasions of legs and loose teeth, and Watson’s 2 children, Cynthia, 4 months, and Cathy, 2, no injuries. Newsome was cited for driving with fictitious license plates. Brown’s auto contained Terry Newsome, brother of Estell Jr., who received contusions of the head. The only other case in the emergency room last night was Gary Trachsel, 16, of 204 E. Broadway, Dover, who received cerebral concussion and minor facial abrasions when a car driven by his father, William, hit a pole last night at S. Wooster and Broadway. The father told police a pet monkey tried to jump out a window and he reached for it and lost control. A permit for on-premise consumption of beer, wine and low-percentage mixed drinks has been granted The Lounge at Miracle Lane Plaza shopping center by the Ohio Liquor Department. The license was issued this week after an earlier denial was appealed. Robert De Wire and Kenneth Rodgers, who operates the contiguous Village Green Restaurant, are partners in The Lounge operation. The state liquor department had denied the permit when officials discovered the shopping center area previously was in Dover Township, which is dry. No local option vote, was conducted after the area was annexed to the City of Dover, as is required by law. Three shopping center stores, Kroger, A & P and Gray Drug Store hold carryout permits for beer and wine. De Wire and Rodgers, who had legal counsel, appealed on the strength of those permits. All permits are issued for a year and DeWire said he understood that the fact that there are no residences in the annexed area on which the Plaza is located had some bearing on the permit decision. The Lounge, which accommodates 40 persons, now is in operation. Police were tipped off on the theft try at 11:23 when an employe of Walton’s said 2 men were “working” in the yard. Merryman and William E. Brehm were picked up by Deputy Robert Mosley on S. Broadway following a 4-hour stakeout of the junkyard by police from New Philadelphia, Dover and the sheriff deputy. Both men late this morning gave police a full statement on the incident. Merryman also implicated Walter Brehm and the juvenile. The other 2 fled when approached near Kramer’s Restaurant nearby. They were arrested about 7:30 today while hitchhiking on E. High Ave. Clark indicated the juvenile admitted being in the lot 3 See NABBED, Page 2. Two of the nearly 30 persons welcorting Gronouski were; Debbie Ruffini (center), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ruffini, and Karen Croniser, daughter of Mayor and Mrs. Robert Croniser, of Uhrichsville. C. LeMoyne Luthy of Dover was among county mayors who were present. MUSIC, ROYALTY AND DIGNITARIES Clay Week Parade Set Tonight Rubbish Schedule City trucks will pick up rubbish on the following schedule: Monday — E. 3rd St. north to Slingluff Ave. Tuesday — E. Slingluff to north limits of city. Wednesday — W. Slingluff to north limits of city. Thursday — W. Front St. to W. Slingluff. Friday and Saturday — Downtown. GOING STRONG AFTER 55 YEARSYESTERDAY High 80    Low    52TODAY 7 a.rn........59RAINFALL Last 24 hours .. None THE HEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albuquerque, cloudy 90 59    .. Chicago, clear ..... 89    69    .. Los Angeles, cloudy 82 60 Miami, cloudy ..... 84    77 New York, clear .... 80 61    .. Pittsburgh, clear ... 75 52    .. St. Lours, clear .... 85 64 San Fran., cloudy .. 63 53 Washington, clear . 84 63TOMORROW Sunrise............ 4:56 Sunset.............8:02 High 92    Low    60’s Forecast: Sunny and warmer. Fifty-five years in the furniture business—and still going strong! Tuesday, Tuscarawas County’s senior furniture dealer, Attle I. B. Williams will swing open the doors to his newly-decorated store at 127 E. High Ave., New Philadelphia, to stage a grand opening from 2 to 9 p.m. Though he has not yet unveiled the front display windows of what was once the Montgomery Ward store, the new aluminum up|>er-facing, with the modernistic store sign, and the 41-foot marquee to protect shoppers in inclement weather—all give promise of the tremendously attractive revamping that has been done within the new store. What has prodded the semibald, diminutive merchant into this venture at an age when so many businessmen are thinking of retiring, or have done so many years before?THERE ARE DOLLARSIN YOUR CLOSET! Clean out your closet, or for that matter your basement or garage. Then sell unwanted items by calling The Classified Ad number 4-2167. More people sell more things every day with Reporter Classified. Dear Abby ...... Your Horoscope . Around The World Churches ....... Goren On Bridge Hospital News ... Obituaries ...... Television ...... Sports ............ Women’s Pages .. Dr. Crane ....... Dr. Akaroa .....DAY BRIGHTENER Attic I. B. Williams sits at his crowded desk, pondering one of the many problems invloved in the move into his new furniture store at 127 E. High Ave., New Philadelphia. Free loader: Guy who waits outside a revolving door for someone else to do the pushing. For one thing, he loves the business he is in. Just watching tee ’NKW STEP’, Page IU. ;

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