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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Special Bow I era ma1 Section Tuesday Signals Annual Reporter Event A Clear Independent Voice For The County THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION VOL 22 Largest Circulation In Tnsearawas County DoverNew May Serving Over Familiet PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Ship On Routine Saigon Trip Spotlight On Ohio Glenns Name On Ballot Paints Intriguing Primary Question By JACK BELL Associated Press Writer Ohio feeling in Ohio today is that anything might happen in the Democratic and Republican pri maries By all the Stephen who is observing his T5th birthday should win renotnination But there is the intriguing question of how a famous name on the Democratic of ailing astronaut John Glenn In the Republican Robert Taft has all the betting on his side on a contest with Secretary of State Ted Brown for the GOP senatorial But there is the rather unbelievable issue of whether the son of the late Robert who was known as is too lib eral to succeed his famously conservative The New Hampshire primary seemed to prove as far as it concerned the man who wasnt there fared best in a presidential Am bassador Henry Cabot half a world away in walked off with the states 14 delegates in a tremendous write n The situation in Ohio is only comparable in the fact that Glenn has not been able to cam paign because he fell against a bathtub in late in February and developed an inner ear disturbance which he announced would not permit him to run or to accept nomination even if the voters gave it to The Ohio voters are going to have their say tomorrow on sev eral Does a famous name and personality override in the average citizenss mind See Page 2 XeepOhio Rolling Issue Has Only Scattered Foes Some Regard Deployment As Force Show By ROY ESSOYAN Viet Nam AP The Destroyer Lyman Swenson arrived in Saigon to day for what could be an Amer ican show of force following the sinking of the aircraft transport Card in the Saigon A Navy spokesman said the Swenson was on a routine oper ational Aboard was Hartigan commander of the 7th Fleets Destroyer Squadron The Swenson tied up within sight of the which has been partially refloated since terrorists tore a 28foot hole in its side with explosives before dawn Salvage workers were patch ing the hole preparatory to pumping out the Saigon still was tense and on the alert Monday with patrols checking downtown traffic and troops swarming around the dock Being sworn in as 32nd president by Chief Justice Harlan Stone in April on death of Truman looks HST chipper as It Ohio AP Issue million bond issue proposal to speed up the states major highway con struction program from two to three goes to Ohio voters for decision in Tuesdays pri mary It has won topheavy support in every section of the but not without scattered opposi particularly from leading Democrats who challenge the claim it can be done without increasing But the Committee for High way formed to pro mote passage of the said in a last appeal it can be done without increasing and told The committee exhibits en dorsements from more than 120 statewide and local labor and business 126 mayors and city managers from all sections of the along with a good part of the states If passed the committee it will permit advance of con struction of 488 miles of free expressways and other James Rhodes improve employ Daberko Is Dead At 79 DENNISON August of 704 2nd wellknown civic leader died of a cerebral hemorrhage Sunday night in Twin City Hos Born in he was a son of the late Valentine and Eliza beth Schwartz He was secretarytreasurer of the Hicks director of Tus carawas County American Auto mobile a member of the board of directors of the First National Bank and had been ac tive in Republican Prior to coming here 42 years he was associated with the Home Furnishing at Affiliations Presbyte rian Church where he was a past Rotary Club of which he was a past 50year member of Knights of Dennison Uhrichsville Cyrus Chap Gebal Scottish Rites Valley of Bernard Twin City Chapter Order of Eastern Aladdin Shrine and Tus carawas County Survivors His the for mer Irene Heidrick 2 Charles and both of Uhr ichsville a Le roy Florine Carrothers of ment and help establish new in Keep Ohio Rolling is the slogan of the The committee had these answers to those who claim it cannot be done without increasing taxes Money for highways comes from fuel license the axle mile tax trucks high way fines and similar sources general funds are not used for You pay 11 cents a gallon gasoline cents federal and 7 cents State taxes are See HIGHWAY Page 2 No one was seriously injured aboard the Card but eight Americans and a Vietnamese were wounded when another terrorist tossed a handgrenade into their midst in Saigon Sat urday Four of the wounded said they wanted to get back to the battle zone as soon as they Its safer there than here in Hector Ditta of West with a wry Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge had driven along tihe Sai gon Street Saturday night just See Page 2 The Potsdam conference in July dealing with the Josef Stalin Over Trumans can be seen Andrei The others are Jaunty Is the Harry 80 years old seems as chipper today as when he first took the oath as president nearly 20 years He still takes his early and the Truman smile still lights the face of the man from RIGHTS TOUCH OFF STORM Crago Pleads Not Guilty Majority Is Seen For Ohio Road Bond Issue EDITORS NOTE Our Colum bus reporter today forecasts out come of Tuesdays statewide elec His first prediction before the general election of proved 100 per cent cor He was also successful in calling the closest 2 elections in 12 order that of chief jus tice of the Ohio Supreme Court and By Richard Zimmerman Reporter Columbus Bureau COLUMBUS Almost every one uses Because they the million bond issue for highway construction should pass by a healthy or more The only statewide issue on the the question has re ceived the untiring support of James Rhodes and other state together with a massive and wellfinanced promotion from various pub lic relations While every issue has some such as those who oppose school issues because they have no have children in private schools or who think public education quanders its this high way question seems to be oppos ed publicly only by those who jlindly oppose everything pro losed by The vote as with all he is based on vot er turnout figures by Secre tary of State Ted He redicts million Ohioans will jo to the polls and that will vote for Democratic can for Republicans and that will vote only on the Our predictions on each race are based on how the candi dates have run in the vot ing trends and educated guess SENATOR REPUBLICAN Secretary of State Ted Brown has run an impressive campaign to get out the farright vote and in the process has put his CongressmanatLarge Robert Taft on the But Taft has the support of See Page 2 Dover Elks 2nd In Ohio Ritual Event The 7man ritualistic team from Dover Elks Lodge 975 placed second in the state con test Saturday in A member of the Rob ert Ley was judged the highest individual scorer in the It was the first time a Dover team was eligible to enter the state finals since The Troy team retained the first place position it won last year and will represent Ohio at the national contest in New York City in Members pf the Dover coached by Robert Kennedy are John exalt ed ruler Del leading knight Don loyal knight Jack lecturing knight Edgar James inner guard and Lee candi Other in order of their were Chillicothe and Suggestions that the rights and privilegestof of RD have been violated flared up during his arraignment today in Common Pleas Court on a seconddegree murder We have not had the possi bility of even having a private interview with our James Barnhouse who was appoint ed by the court along with Clair Hoffman to defend further declared that Crago should have been aprised of his rights and given a full prelimi nary hearing before a bond was set in Northern Dis trict County last asked for a defense counsel when he was to be arraigned for the March 28 slaying of Milton On Judge Lamneck announced the appointment of Barnhouse and Pleas of not guilty and not guilty by reason of insan ity were entered by Hoffman today when the bespectacled de fendant was formally arraign Hoffman first included a third plea of not guilty by reason of self Lam neck ruled that this would be included in thegeneral plea dl not Hoffman further intimatec that there was a question to be raised with regard to Cragos being intoxicated at the time of the alleged Argument about Cragos rights broke out when Hoffman suggested that the bond which had been set in Northern District Court was a little steep and impossible under the Lamneck said that it was up to his court to set a new bone and advised that it was prac See NOT Page 2 See Page 2 7 Sign To Take Examination For Dover Police Job Seven men have signed up to take the Civil Service examina tion for a policeman scheduled for 7 Tuesday in Dover Council according to Howard chairman of the Civil Service From results of the test the commission will submit 3 names of eligible applicants for the pa trolman vacancy in the Police Final selection will be made by Mayor LeMoyne Police Chief Garrison Groh and Safety Director William 5 Hospitalized In Area Mishaps Two Newcomerstown girls and 3 Baltic residents have been ad mitted to area hospitals as the result of separate accidents in vestigated over the weekend by state In Coshocton Memorial Hospi tal following a onecar crash at 1 Saturday night on Township load south of Newcomers are Beryl who suffered a fractured leg and arm and face ON THE INSIDE Around The World 6 Dear Abby 21 Alvarez 21 Crane 21 Goren On Bridge Hal Boyles Column 3 Hospital News Obituaries Sports Television 11 12 16 Womens Pages 8 9 Your Horoscope 19 and Ruth of RD ty will be June Realty Tax Statements Out County Treasurer Victor Martinelli announced that the real estate tax state ments are being mailed Payment of all real estate taxes will be accepted until June Martinelli After that date the statutory 10 per cent penal 40 Screened For Tornado Coaching Job Forty coaches from Class A and Class AA schools throughout Ohio have expressed interest in the Dover High head basketball coaching recently vacated with the resignation of Jack According to Emmet a screening committee comprised of Dick Jen school board and Gene board reviewed most of the applications A number of prospects will be interviewed by the entire board within the next 2 Riley Swinderman announced today that he will return to East Pal estine next season as head bas ketball See separate sto ry on sports who received a fractured 3oth are reported as satisfac Treated and released were Patsy and Ruth Gar both of Newcomers for lacerations and con Patrolmen said an auto driv en by Miss Lawrence apparent ly went out of control and struck a Investigation is A 3car accident in Baltic at last night resulted in 3 eld erly county residents being ad mitted to Pomerene Memorial See Page 2 To facilitate payment of the Martinelli asks that the taxpayers present their state ments with their The statements cover the last half of 1963 real estate Thieves Get Equipment Jim operator of Cross Roads Coal Mine on Township Road near Gna reported to Sheriff Young Saturday morn ing that thieves had taken an adding machine and typewriter from the The loss was set at Entrance was gain ed by prying open the front Weathervane SATURDAY High 75 Low 41 YESTERDAY High 78 Low 44 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low 77 51 Los cloudy 63 50 clear 91 66 San cloudy 53 48 By CHARLEY DICKENS of the tougtest rumors to crack is the one thai a New Philadelphia agency is spreading strychnine on roof Its strictly for the pigeons in par according to the According to High Fever Follies probably will be a huge but Union Hos pital which is stag ing the may never be the same A series o clashes over responsibility am importance of certain member of the various Twigs to the pro duction has caused a fever o a different Remembe its all for Merchants Opinions Sought n Parking Study The first meeting to discus ossible changes in he place ment of parking meters an method of downtown parkin held last Friday in Nev hiladelphia with Mayor Jo Service Director William and City Councilmcn ohn Slratlon and Paul Young and 4 members of the Downtown letail Merchants No decisions were Stratton except that every merchant and business man who las an interest in the downtown area will be contacted personal in order that he might ex press his views on the proposed rause Heads Dover Pastors Rcinhard Krause of Johns United Church of Christ was named president when tha Dover Ministerial hads its annual election this morning in He succeeds Alva Taylor of First Meth odist Vernon Hess of Grace Lutheran Church was elected vice and Wil liam Murtaugh of the Salvation Army was reelected secretary During the business the Ecumenical Regional Con ference of the Tuscarawas County Ministerial in conjunction with the Ohio Coun cil of also was dis The Coshocton Tus carawas County conference will be in Dover First Methodist Church with Taylor serv ing as Prayer a telephone was It was decided to conduct a survey during May to ascertain area interest in this since it requires a cost of annual financed jointly by the Do ver and New Philadelphia Min isterial Persons interest ed in its continuance should contact their respective associa The devotional Call ed To Be was pre sented by Howard Knittle was assigned to lead devotions for the June 1 Castro Deprived Of Missile Might Perhaps the sliest bit of po litical campaigning was done b the candidate for County Re corders Office who parked hi with large sign on outside a store in New Phila delphia and kept it there most of the It just so happen ed that the Lucky Barrell was clear 64 45 MMissing TTrace TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 48 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 82 Low 56 Forecast Cloudy and WASHINGTON be lief is current here that the Soi viet Union may have pulled its groundtoair rockets from depriving Fidel Castro of the means to blast American planes from the skies over his If there is less likelihood that the fiery dispute over sur veillance flights will erupt in a clash of A Soviet rocket in front of the store and the I withdrawal would go a long campaigner had large toward explaining the Red with free music supplied prime ministers May Day as sertion that Cuba is alone in her a veiled revealing a new weapons The Soviet rockets are a rem nant of the 1962 arms and man power buildup which reached crisis proportions when detect ed by Soon after a showdown that the Russians pulled out their in termediate range ballistic mis siles and began reducing their armed Two weeks authorities here reported about Rus sians remained on the DAY BRIGHTENER dispute with the United but that they would soon be Castro has conceded that his leaving in Cuban armed armed forces cannot shoot down the highflying American planes without the Soviet hands 24 antiaircraft missile bases equipped with Soviet Now the word is that Spring When wives take all when he said on May Day that the missiles have been removed that junk out of closets and put vv11 these flights with that it Mil hart the limits of what our weap a large proportion of the nuU lons can he aiay force it all   

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