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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Ail Papers Print The Discover It THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION 24 Largest Circulation In Tnscarawas Connty DoverNew March 1964 PHONE 42167 Serving Over Fomiltei 7 CENTS Lodges New Hampshire WriteIn Triumph Shuffles GOP Cards VXf A t ft A Henry Cabot Lodge By WALTER MEARS AP Un declared and Henry Cabot Lodge swept all the prizes in New Hampshires leadoff pri mary today with a writein vote triumph that shuffled the Re publican presidential ambassador to South Viet said in Saigon he will not resign his diplomatic post despite 1is upset vctory in the years first pollingplace test of Republican His writein vote rolled over hardrunning Arizona Bar ry Goldwater and New York Nelson and Lodge men captured all 14 New Hampshire delegate seats at the Republican National Con Goldwater and Rockefeller declared candidates who spent wintry weeks hunting votes in New Hampshire challenged Lodge to come home and fight for the The ambassadors answer I do not plan to go to the United I do not intend to Former Vice President Rich ard another writein ranked fourth with New Hampshire Margaret Chase Smith of Maine n Ambassador Wont Resign South Viet Nam Position Harold Stassen trailed far The most optimistic backers of the top declared candidates had not anticipated a sweep of the delegates for their claiming victory in said he expected to capture seven to 10 With votes from 288 of New precincts this was the Republi can tally Lodge Goldwater Rockefeller Nixon Smith Stassen Lodge had captured about 34 per cent of the Republican It added up to a New Hamp Pulling Surprise Is Lodge Mark By ROBERT SALMON AP Springing surprises and accomplish ing the unexpected is nothing unusual for Henry Cabot It has dotted his career since he went to work for a Boston news paper as a reporter in The job was an unusual one for a college student whose ancestry includes six a secre tary of the Navy and a governor of The unusual continued Flood Creates Emergency In Twin City Area UHRICHSVILLE A state of emergency was declared at noon today in the Twin City area by Arthur Brandyberry of the Twin City Sewer Water He stated that Den nison and Uhrichsville have a 3 day normal water if res idents do not waste All schools were shut down at noon and industrial like the clay were ordered to close until the emergency Laundromats were closed before The emergency stems the fact that the filter plant cannot handle the swolen Big and Little Stillwater Creeks and that no method has been pre See TWIN Page 2 Dover Man Jailed Ralph of 319 3rd was jailed by sheriff deputies last night on an intent to defraud charge filed in Central District County Jewell is being charged by Ralph owner of Collins Mar south of New with passing a bogus when he earned his degree from Har vard College in three The unexpected burst onto the national political scene in 1936 when as a handsome young man of 34HLodge won a Senate seat The man he defeated was the late James Michael then at the height of a flamboyant ca reer as the incumbent Demo cratic governor of Massachu Lodge did the unusual again in about a year after win ning reelection to the by resigning to enter the The 6foot3 Boston brahmin won six battle a bronze star and the Croix de Guerre while serving in Europe with a tank been an avowed iso lationist before World War This is not our even though he was a leader in the preparedness Afterward he was quick to ad mit I was 100 per cent The Lodge who came back from the war was not the Lodge who had gone he said and worked to win Senate approval of the Marshall Plan and the North Atlantic Treaty Lodge came out publicly in November in favor of drafting Dwight Eisen hower for the Republican presi dential He was practically alone among the po litical big names who did See Page 9 shire mandate to Lodge to chal lenge President boss as the White There were a scattered few writein votes for William Scranton of Pennsylvania and George Romney of Michi Despite the the Republican turnout totaled some Advance forecasts had placed it at 000 to New Hampshire Democrats staged a writein drive of their in what John King called an expression and rec ommendation1 that The figures read this way Johnson Kennedy New Hampshire voters also approved their states big gam ble a sweepstakes designed to raise money for The local option vote on the sale of sweepstakes tickets Robert Kennedy become the j conducted all over New Hamp shire but effective only in the 42 party s nominee for vice nresi loommunities with state liquor stores or race produced Its leaders had some lastmin ute fearing a Kennedy writein that topped that for President Johnson would em barrass the The outcome quieted those a lopsided 3V2 to Rockefeller scoffed at Lodge as a favorite son from New England and Goldwater called 12 Jaycees Induct 25 At Basses Dinner Approximately 60 Dover Jay cees and their bosses attended last nights annual banquet in Union Country Club as 25 new members were inducted and 2 present members William a past presi dent who ends a long Jaycee career this year because of the mandatory 36year age was presented a Key Man award by Richard pres for heading the winning membership George who captained the other was presented the Jaycees Spoke which goes only to firstyear Davis team obtained 13 mem bers and Telles unit rounded up Don a member of the New Philadelphia Jaycees and former New York State Jaycee pinchhit for Lar ry Moles of Lima as guest speak Ohio was snowed in at Lawsou cited the importance of an employer having members ON THE INSIDE Around The World Dear Altiby Crane Goren Qa Hospital News Obituaries Television Womens Pages Your Horoscope of his firm in the con tending that is the unique or ganization which gives young men the opportunities for lead ership Lawson pointed out the var ious levels of leadership open to See 20 Holt explains a point to Ream as Dover Emmet Riley left and County Laws look Holt Believes Assembly Rescue Ohio Schools Ohios super intendent of public in Dover for last nights dedi cation of new high school fa told 42 county officials of current financ ing dilemma the state level during a brief talk at a dinner in Union Country I will ask the Ohio Attorney General to hold my hand and tell me what to he referring to Mondays State Board of Education action in structing him to proceed with certification of state foundation money to school districts under the foundation Holt finds himself caught be tween the State his em and the State Controll ing which controls the flow of state dollars and which previously ordered Holt to cut back foundation support in an ticipation of an to lion deficit in the amounts ap propriated by the State Legis lature for the biennium ending June The Controlling Board told Holt to distribute funds so the totaly stayed within the mil DAY BRIGHTENER About the time a man is cur ed of its time to fill out another income tax lion appropriated over the next 2 In the when funds were the State Legislature would appropriate enough ad ditional money to take care of Holt recapped the complexities involved in setting up a 2year to be submitted to the New Facilities Dedicated To Way Of Life state superin tendent of public gave the dedicatory address for the new facilities of Dover Jun iorSenior High last night to ap proximately 150 Keyes to the new which have been in operation since last were cere moniously presented to Dorothy board of education vice Board President Dick Jennings was ab sent because of Richard Outcalt and Carl Guenther of the Cleveland ar chitectural firm of OutcaltGuen therRodeBonebrake made the The which includes a stu dy gymnasium and See NEW Page 10 Bill Davis secondI from right presents a Joyces pin to Bob the first new member signed up in a resent Others ore Dick Cordon DW Uw8en and Geor0e who was presentee a Legislature for the appropria In projecting 2 and 3 years in advance the number of children Ohio will have in its Holt has had amazing missing by only 400 the total number last as he pointed other elements in making the expense estimate are not so cut and How do you insure a close estimate on salaries 3 years in advance when they are influ enced by the degrees ex perience and other variables he How do you accurately pre dict expenses when typical slow learners and vo cational students all present dif ferent expense pictures Boards of education are paid state money according to the program the schools offer and it would seem that any exact es be pretty hard to come particularly since the guess must also be predicted on guessing the tax a time so far in advance that the State Board of Education doesnt even know the When we made our estimate in for the next 2 See HOLT Page 2 Wiland Leaves Midvale Post Charles completing his third year as principal at Midvale High announced this morning that he has sub mitted his resignation to the board effective June Wiland will begin fulltime study at Kent State University durjng the summer term for a doctors He received his bachelor degree in 1950 at Kent State University and a masters degree there in In his letter to the Wi land said As has been known to most members of the board for sever al I have been offered an assistantship at Kent State The university re quires a year of residency for the and I have reached a stage in my preparation where I can no longer avoid this re Gaining this degree will en able me to I the personal and professional goals which I have set for Prior to coming to Wiland spent 9 years in the Can ton school His and 4 children already have taken up residence in British Salute Birth Of Queens 3rd Son By ANTHONY WHITE LONDON broke out its flags and 41gun salutes today to celebrate the birth of a son to Queen Eliza beth Both the 37yearold queen and the new fourth child and third re ported doing The baby was born Tuesday night at Bucking ham a week earlier than But it was an easy said Sir John tho royal Everything went well there were no reported the Vernon The baby weighed 5 7 making him the small est of the queens four children at The queens Prince went ahead with plans to represent the queen at the funeral of King Paul of Greece The prince arranged to arrive in the Greek capital late this The names to be given the prince were the subject of much public The favorite was in tribute to Scot tish Stuart ancestors of the Rupert and Da vid also were It was the second British royal birth this Princess the queens first had a son on Move Over BREWSTER Anthony Kathryn of here and Nancy of went to visit their husband and a patient in Massillon City Mon After leaving the hospital in separate Manack had driven to the intersection of Erie and Cherry where she attempted to make a left turn into Erie and col lided with an auto driven by Gerald of Canal who was traveling east on Cherry According to the Smels berger auto then struck the cat driven by who had been following her Manack sustained severe chest and mouth Alice also of a passenger in the Manack sustained severe lacerations and a compound fracture of the right Both women were admit ted to the hospital where their conditions were reported Semelsberger and Bing were released following treat ment of minor Princess the queens expects her second child next The Duchess of Alexandras expects her second child in The queens Prince telephoned the news of his new son to Queen Mother Princess Margaret and other members of the royal The new prince is third in line of succession to the be hind his Charles and He rates ahead of his The baby was delivered by a team of five physicians headed by Sir John the gyne cologist who attended the births of Andrew and It was only the second since Queen Victoria gave birth to Princess Beatrice a child had been born to a reigning British Andrew was the Ohio River Surge Spreading Havoc CINCINNATI AP The flooding Ohio River was still rising slowly as it continued to spread destruction over three states But the Weather Bureau said the end appears in The Weather Bureau said the rampaging river should begin cresting various points along its stretches although crests may not be reached un til Saturday far Thousands of persons have been forced from their homes in Indiana and and the high waters have been blamed for at least five deaths in Refugees were being cared for in emergency Red Cross shelters set up in the inundated river towns and by The Weather Bureau said the river at Cincinnati should crest Weathervane YESTERDAY High 44 Low Elsewhere In High Low clear 50 24 clear cloudy Los clear cloudy Now cloudy cloudy cloudy San cloudy clear TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch SNOW Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 50 Low 34 Forecast Clearing and 30 32 22 02 4lt 83 71 44 31 49 27 39 26 58 48 77 34 at feet at noon which would make it the fourth highest in history and the high est since It was at feel late Tues day meaning that it will rise only more feet if the Weather Bureaus crest predic tion The heavy rains which sent the Ohio and its tributaries plunging over their banks began over the weekend and Small boats replaced autos on main streets in small cities and towns from to Hundreds of homes were under water and only the rooftops could be Damage was running into tha millions of dollars as entire iness sections in riverfront towns and those in towns along streams which feed into tho Ohio were Tho million Markland dam at was stopping traffic on the When tho river reached close to 60 feet at said a deputy the water was over the locks and we could operate them no At the Red Cross said it was caring for about 120 but the total may reach 500 before the river See OHIO Page 2 No Dover Damage While some areas of the coun ty were hard Dover suffered litllc flood damage Service Director Ream re He said the diligence of city crews prevented damage to mu nicipal A sanitary er on Front Streets Glen view area was overloaded and the sewer crew worked all Tuesday night pumping to keep it Ream Pro HOP Director To Speak Here Monday A capacity audience of 190 will hear an address by Richard Mc director of the Profession al Football Hall of Fame in in Dover Masonic Tem ple Monday night under auspices of the IntraCily Service Club Honored guests at the scheduled to start at will be members and coaches of the YMOA swimming team which set a 50mile record on Admission wfll be by ticket only because of limited accom The tickets already have been distributed to Ex Rotary and Ki wanis Clubs and an outstanding speak is a native of He began a newspaper ca reer in serving witli the old the Evening Star and the News in He was a court and police reporter and sports His man aging editor during his service with the News was the late Er nie McCann joined Newspaper En terprises in 1937 and a year later transferred to King Features Shortly thereafter he became a free lance writer and many of his articles appeared in leading including the Satur day Evening Post and He joined the New York Daily News in 1940 and when World War II broke out he enlisted in the Navy and served 2 Following his return he became See JO WOK   

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