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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 22, 1965, Dover, Ohio Trifles impede Assembly work by John Saffell reporter Columbus Bureau Columbus a if Ohio a legislators had any ideas about getting Home Early this year their work All done they certainly had to change their minds. The reasons Are obvious. For example wednesday it took them 55 minutes to get rid of what could be called a Hitchhiker Bill but one which would prohibit use of freeways by pedestrians bicycles horse drawn vehicles farm machinery and other slow moving vehicles. You believe that such a relatively unimportant measure could take that Long but the Senate managed to turn the trick. And remember Between the 2 houses of this 106th general Assembly there Are some 1,200 to 1,300 Bills to consider. And if that volume Isnit enough there Are such things As reapportionment strip min ing school buses fair housing and several other highly controversial matters which really should be disposed of plus the necessary finance measures which Are being bottled up along with those strip mine and housing measures in a Senate Battle Over control. As to that Hitchhiker Bill the argument ensued because some of the boys from Cleveland were worrying about sports fans who Park across the Road from Cleveland stadium getting there to watch the Browns and the indians. That gave Rise to several proposed amendments along with a fear that boy scouts might hike Down freeways that the fines were too High and Many other things that could have been threshed out in committee. The Bill finally passed 24-6. Ifs things like that that slow Down the session besides making it rather Boring for All concerned. It has its psychological effect on the members too As evidenced by the fact that sen. Danny Johnson of Tuscarawas county did no to even bother to vote on 4 or 5 Bills this week. He said the Bills were of such minor nature and the time wasted on them so great he did no to feel they deserved the Effort. There was a Little by play in the Senate when it passed a Bill making Flintstone the official Gem of Ohio. Aforementioned sen. Johnson getting in a plug for his Home area said a Tuscarawas is one of the sources of Flintstone. Over 200 years ago the indians there were using Flint to Hunt food Start fires to Cook it and to re Pell the White questioned by sen. De Sarges about a reference to the first White settlement which Sargus claimed was Martins ferry Johnson said a Tuscarawas was founded and massacred before Martins ferry or Marietta either no town presbyterian women s group has meeting by mrs. Sally Duffy Telephone by 8-7839 Newcomerstown a the women a Assn. Of first presbyterian Church met thursday night in the Church. Mrs. Dave leading presided during the business meeting when a report was Given on last weeks rummage Sale. The group voted to support the Church youth group on the National missions tour which will include a 10-Day trip to new York. Mrs. Charles Gunn led devotions Reading from the Book of proverbs and also a poem she wrote entitled a your Mother. Mrs. Ralph Portz read from a mothers Day card a what is a Margie Gates Carolyn couts Linda Smith Lois Langell Beth Watson Ann Agricola and Rita Phillips Sang 3 numbers under the direction of mrs. Ward Holder. Mrs. Portz introduced Jen evea Raine who showed pictures and spoke on her recent trip to Mexico. Refreshments were served to 40 by the executive committee from a table entered with yellow roses and candles. Located 5 Miles South of Here on it. 21. The Christian Airres a singing group from Columbus will be at the scriptural holiness Church to conduct 3 services sunday. Local Talent is Welcome to participate in the 7 30 . Service the other services will be at 9 30 . And 2 30 . Jeanine Gaumer 29, of 147 Church St. Was fined $32.20 by mayor Charles Holdsworth yesterday on a charge of failure to yield the right of Way. Police said she pulled from the intersection at Church and River St. And her car was struck by one driven by Carl Lenzo 203 e. Canal St. There was $300 damage to each car. No one was injured. Jim Langell was elected president of the interact club thursday night. Other officers Are James Russell vice president Steve Elliot treasurer and Rudy Glaizer Secretary. Rick loader Raymond Truex and Denny Parks will serve on the Board of directors. Langell presided at the meeting in the absence of president John Ourant. New officers will be installed in july. Rev. Edwin Eshelman will preach the baccalaureate Sermon sunday at 2 . In the High school. His topic is a beyond the present. Rev. William Hewitt will give the invocation and Rev. Paul Baxter the Benediction. Mrs. Paul Ford mrs. Charles Holdsworth mrs. Opal poor Man mrs. Vernal Gray and Rev. Edwin Eshelman attended a a pcs District conference wednesday at Poland. The Tri county sportsmen will sponsor a Pony pull sunday at to . The club House Baltic Lions club will meet monday night at 6 15 in Thompsons Busy Bee restaurant. American legion Post 679 will meet monday night at 7 30 in the legion City taxis class of St. Paul a will meet tonight at 8 in the Home of the Harry scratch Philo Man s Auto Larry Myers of re i new Philadelphia reported to Dover police last night that someone using a Sharp object scraped the left front and Back fenders of his automobile while it was parked at 120 w. 3rd St. Between 8 and 9 . One bicycle was recovered by police after a local resident reported he saw 3 boys push some bicycles Over the River band at Pine St. Early this morning. The bicycle was a girls 20-Inch. Police could not locate the boys. Philo methodist Church to Mark 2 events sunday methodist churches throughout the world will be celebrating Aldergate sunday in Observance of the Church so 227th anniversary of the conversion of its founder John Wesley. Broadway methodist Church is having a double Celebration sunday. It will observe the first anniversary of its moving into the new Christian education unit. During this first year the $100,-000 building has served the Community As Well As Brownie troops cub scouts girl and boy scouts and 4-h clubs. It also has served the local congregation for meetings. The gift highlights of the of cassion include twin White Birch Trees azaleas Magnolia and other plantings presented by or. And mrs. Elmer ode Graff Kaiser in memory of Herman and Ethel Graff and Simon and Sara Hisrich. They will be planted by Schoenbrunn gardens. An engraved cast Bronze memorial plaque will also be presented. The second 3-year crusade for building and operating and Benevolence funds was successful when nearly $40,000 was pledged to the building fund for the next 3 years. Repetition of this for another 3-year period will enable the congregation to be debt free at the end of 6 years saving considerable interest payments. The current expense budget and the Benevolence both went Over the top in pledges and other income As the stewardship level increased under the direction of Rev. Dwight Wood Worth crusade director and the too persons who worked on the crusade this ends in Man s death Cleveland a a 37-year-old Man was found dead on the porch of his Home Friday night by police who answered a Call saying two men were arguing and threatening to shoot each other. Police identified the Man As Nathaniel Gatson shot in the Chest. A 29-year-old East Side Man is being sought in connection with the shooting homicide detectives said. Y i but a Charlie the Salesman headed for Pine Corners with High Hopes of Selling his Handy household goods. Pine Comers seemed like the Ideal sales territory. Arriving in the Little town Charlie took his Sample Case from the car and approached the door of a Small White cottage. When the housewife answered Charlie began his Spiel a Good morning May am. I have Here some of the worlds finest household goods. If you have a few moments. But Charlie never finished As the woman slammed the door in his face. Undaunted Charlie tried some other houses. He made a few sales but nothing spectacular in the Way of orders was forthcoming. Heading Back to his car he found a policeman waiting for him. A Are Yon the Salesman who has been peddling household goods along this Street today a queried the officer. A yes but it sure has been a bad Day a Charlie replied. A Well i m afraid in a going to make it a Little worse for you a the officer said. A a in a arresting you for violation of the Green River ordinance. Done to you know that you can to solicit sales door to door in this town without permission of the police department a 4this is unconstitutional a Charlie cried. A you can to make a Law like unfortunately for him Charlie the Salesman was wrong. In Ohio local municipalities can enforce the Green River ordinance and other similar ordinances according to a recent opinion of the supreme court of Ohio. These ordinances can be adopted and enforced As Long As they do not conflict with some provision of the Ohio or Federal Constitution. Most of these ordinances Are classed As affecting Public safety or general welfare of the Public. Various court rulings have held them a neither unreasonable nor salesmen or paddlers who go from door to door Selling products without having been invited to do so by the owner or occupant of the residence should Check the local Law before causing themselves a headache. Remember you might just be a the last Straw in the Day of a harried housewife who might decide to a blow the Whistler on somebody. This article is based upon the Law of Ohio. It is not intended to advise anyone on a specific problem. No person should Ever attempt to apply or interpret any Law without the advice of a lawyer a woman continued from pm i lacerations and lacerations to her right leg. Mrs. Gefken was listed a a satisfactory this morning. Treated and dismissed were Olivia Rubright 42, of 115 w. 7th St., scratched left Shin and Beverly Shuska 18, of 512 e. 3rd St., 7 months pregnant who received a negative diagnosis. Police said mrs. Rubright driving North on n. Wooster had stopped by the Enterline preparatory to making a left turn onto w. 7th St. Baab also driving North apparently did not see the stopped Rubright Auto and his car collided with the rear of the Rubright vehicle shoving it into the front end of the southbound car operated by Theodore w. Shuska 22, of 512 e. 3rd St. The front end of the Baab Auto was completely damaged and the Rubright Auto was listed As a total loss. Both cars were towed from the scene. Baab suffered lacerations to his left but refused medical treatment. Page 3, the daily reporter Dover Ohio sat., May 22,1965 for special occasions mrs. Mary guess puffs on her rhinestone studded pipe reserved for special occasions As she observes her 108th birthday in a Chicago nursing Home. Ordinarily she smokes a Corncob pipe. She was born in Yazoo City. Miss., in 1857. A i Uve right and i love she philosophize. Birthday messages came from president Johnson. Illinois gov. Otto Kerner and Chicago mayor Richard Daley

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