Wednesday, May 6, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Page: 1

Other pages in this edition:

Who (or what) are you looking for?

Find old articles about anyone, in the World’s Largest Newspaper Archive!

Other Newspapers from Dover, Ohio

Loading...

Other Editions from Wednesday, May 6, 1964

Loading...

Text Content of Page 1 of Dover Daily Reporter on Wednesday, May 6, 1964

Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1964, Dover, Ohio The Reporter t A Clear Independent VcsfcrFor Thft VOL 28 largest Circulation In Tnscarawas Cnunty May PORTER HOME EDITION Serving Famflirt PHONE 42167 7 CENTS County Annexation Loses SWEEPS Hinig Taft Young Bolton Sweeney Tusky Baltic Schools Get OK YOUNG WILLIAM HINIG Young Topples 3 Dem Rivals In Sheriff Race By James Davis Daily Reporter City Editor Incumbents withstood considerable pressure Democratic party members to earn spots in election in yesterdays primary Sheriff Tony Recorder Theodore Clerk of Courts George Prosecutor Harlan Spies and Commissioner Jake Durnmehmith won in the contested along with who is seeking the vacated state representative Post The victories by and LaPorte assure their continuance in office because along with Treasurer Vic Martinelli D and Coroner Philip Doughten have no November Young polled votes to defeat Leonard Rqswell former state patrolman and Nick starstate witness in the Dover bribery who received 186 votes from a total of Democrats Spies margin over George Demis was to but the rural Dover residents large rural plurality in the northern part of the county offset a 500 plurality in Demis hometown of Underwood topped his 4 competitors with a total vote of Others were Loren Sheriff Department deskman Samuel operator of a poodle salon Harold former New Philadelphia store and Richard New Philadelphia While the 4 from the DoverNew Philadelphia area were split ting the vote in that Underwood scored heavily in his the Twin City area to win An anticipated close race between Hinig and Dan Lehigh of Dover for state representative failed to materialize as Hinig ran strong in all sections of the His total was com pared with Lehighs and Paul Schreiners The lat ter is the former mayor of Dummermuth led 7 other Democrats in the balloting for com missioner with William Winters of New Phila an employe of a Dover trucking gained the other spot on the Democrat ticket in November with Hewas followed by Thomas Moore Everette Burdette John Reese James Kelley and Bert Gardner See YOUNG Page 8 Highway Bond Issue Gets Solid Support By ART PARKS Associated Press Writer Ohio AP Ohio voters plumped solidly for a highway bond is sue The winning total was about 65 per Only two Fayette and opposed With of the states 811 polling places the vote of overwhelming approval stood Yes No Republican James Rhodes was happy over the suc cess of his second bond issue proposal in less than a Voters approved his request for higher education and other purposes last The governor said he will con fer soon with legislative leaders on the date for a special ses sion of the General Assembly to pass laws needed to put the constitutional amendment in ef The special session probably will be held before the Repub lican National Convention in Both Rhodes and the Com mittee for Highway Progress thanked the voters and expres sed belief approval of the bond issue will help Ohios industrial Ohio voters may be assured See Page 8 Jobless Pay Claims Down Jobless benefit claims con tinue to drop in Tuscarawas according to officials of the Bureau of Unemploy ment Compensation office at New New claims last week totaled up one over the week end ing April but the figure was 38 less than the weekly average of Continuing claims last week totaled which was 39 less thaa the previous week and 235 less than the weekly average of HARLAN SPIES GEORGE LaPORTE Young To Collide For Senate By REED SMITH Associted Press Writer Ohio Robert son of late and Demo cratte incumbent Stephen Young hurdled the civil rights issue to clinch senatorial nom inations in Ohios Ted secretary of veteran banked his civil rights op position in a sharp clash with Taft Republican nomina tion but failed to carry a single county in Tuesdays The results indicate that the civil rights issue perhaps was not as important as Taft said in a victory Youngs nomination was un intentionally challenged by ail ing Marine John who withdrew from the race too late to have his name removed from the first American to or bit the drew therapy but Young outvoted him by more than Tafts ratio over Brown was more than Returns from of the states polling places gave Taft votes and Brown On the Democratic Young polled and Glenn Brown asserted in his free swining campaign that the civil rights bill Congress would ultimately saddle every citizen in Ohio with trouble making hordes from the attor ney generals office delving into the lives of the con duct of and into the a d m i n i s tration of our Taft took pride in his support of the bill in the While Im not claiming it is See Page 8 Weathervane YtSTERDAY High 85 Low 53 Elsewhere In High Low Pr clear 71 M cloudy 85 65 cloudy 80 61 Los cloudy 59 50 80 74 New cloudy 72 49 cloudy 80 57 cloudy 85 67 San cloudy 52 46 clear 76 50 TOM 7 59 RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 85 Low 58 Forecast warm and JACOB DUMMERMUTH November Battle Lineup SHERIFF Young D and Sam Bond COMMISSIONER Dummermuth D and William Winters D Russell Dessecker R and Willard Leggett RECORDER Underwood D and Glenn Carlisle ENGINEER Young D and Jay Roth STATE REPRESENTATIVE William Hinig and Delmar Baer STATE SENATOR Berry R and Jess Dempster CONGRESS and Robert Freeman Merger Effort For 3rd Time By Joe Woerdeman Daily Reporter Staff Writer Tuscarawas County voters ap proved 8 out of 10 special is including the constitution al amendment for a million bond issue for at Tuesdays The main issue rejected was the proposed annexation of Den nison to For the second year in a row and third time Dennison voters defeated the proposed merger The other losing issue was an additional 1mill Perry Town ship tax for fire It went down Three school districts passed on 4 levies for current operat ing 3 of them being for additional New Philadelphia School Dis tricts bid for muchneeded addi tional tax of 3 mills received approval l955 to a mar gin of In the city the vote was to with only 9 out of 26 precincts disapprov In other precincts the levy vote was Auburn 1 against Clay Pre cinct 2 against Dover Precinct for and 29 against Goshen Precinct 5243 Goshen Precinct 5257 Goshen Precinct 10179 York and York 62 Goshen Precinct though entitled to vote on the cast np Tuscarawas Valley School See Page 8 Lake Erie College Head To Address Phila Grads The 100th graduation cere mony at New Philadelphia High will be held June 2 at in the In five Seniors received diplomas as the first graduates of the At the June the gymnasium will bulge with an estimated 209 according to figures supplied by Leon Speaker will be Paul president of Lake Erie College at one of the most distinguished liberal arts colleges for who will introduce the said addresses also will be given by the valedictorian and Music will be provided by the high school Glee the sixth president of the in 196061 was chairman of the Ohio Founda tion of Independent He was largely responsible for the development of Lake Eries unique program of send ing its entire junior class to PAUL WEAVER Europe for winter A pio neer experiment in it is now an established component of each students 4year pro Weaver formerly was dean at Stephens WILLIAM WINTERS Kirwan And Feighan Are Winners Ohio ran incumbent Congressman Michael Kirwan of Youngs town chalked up the Democratic nomination in impressive style Tuesday and two incum bents held leads in Ohios pri mary Kirwan was an easy winner in the 19th District while Demo crats Michael Feighan of Cleveland in the 20thand Char les Vanik of Cleveland in the 21st appeared headed for Nineteen of Ohios 23 district were assured of One other Oliver did not seek the seat in the llth District and instead won the Republican nomination for There were battles for nom inations by one party or the oth er in 11 including the See Page 2 3 Men Listed For Police Job Dover Police Chief Garrison Groh stated today that Ralph chairman of the Civ il Service has sent a list of 3 men who have been deemed eligible for the patrol man vacancy on the police Seven men took the qual ifying In a letter to Safety Director William the names of Sheldon Herman of 218 2nd Frederick Capozella of 500ft Broad and James Birtcher of rear 416 Tusca rawas were submitted for consideration by Sweitzer and Mayor LeMoyne Birtcher is presently employed by the police department as a The which was adminis tered was necessary since the 3man board could not find an applicant suitable to them or the police department From the previous Civil Service The vacancy occurred when Dean Wassem resigned from the force on April Dover Park Opens Friday Service Director Ream announced today that the Dover City Park will be opened Fri day even though official open ing has not been scheduled un til May The park hours will be 8 to 8 Water will be turned on and toilet facilities wiU be The move has apparently been made because of the number of people wishing to use the park since warm weather has ap parently TED UNDERWOOD ROBERT FREEMAN Freeman Gets District Nod To Face Bow Though he pulled his weight in his home Dan ny Johnson of New Philadel phia ran third behind Robert Freeman of Canton in his bid for Democratic nomination for representative from the 16th himself a loser as candidate for Congress in the 1980 won an over whelming victory in yesterdays vote in Stark and Wayne His total was compared with for John veteran Dem ocratic figure of Canton and 927 for In Tuscarawas County John son drew Freeman and Locke only But in home county for both Freeman and they re ceived and votes re with Johnson getting The vote in Wayne County was Freeman Locke 070 and Johnson The 3 main cities in Tuscara was County gave Johnson fair ly strong support New Phila and Frank unoppos 3d as Republican nominee in his bid for an eighth term won a tremendous vote of with in his home in Wayne and 652 in James Patrick of New Philadelphia and Betty Lehigh of Dover won surprising second place in the nomination for member of the Democratic Slate Central Committee from the 36th In the mens Pat rick received votes in Tus carawas in Stark and 999 in But he was outclassed by Paul Barthel who got in in Tuscarawas and 543 in The John Weaver had a total of in in Tusca rawas and wife of William Lehigh of obtained in in Stark and only 811 in Wayne for a total of As winner in the See Page 3 Richard Dem Is Heart Victim CLEVELAND a Democratic candidate for the Congressat large died today at his home on the west He suffered an apparent heart attack at 8 at his A fire rescue squad rush ed Kennedy to Johns Hos pital where he was pronounced Kennedy was running second in a threeman race with Char les Carney and Robert Sweeney when he a real estate dealer and father of six was making his second bid for the CongressatLarge Goldwater Snares Indiana GOP Votes George the Alabama invader who cham pioned states claimed a victory for his cause but Democratic Matthew Welsh held the field for Presi dent Johnson in Indianas presi dential who made his cam paign a crusade against John sons civil rights piled up a big protest vote in Tuesdays but his showing fell short of the upset race he ran ON THE INSIDE Around The World 9 Dear Abby 25 Alvarez 25 27 Hospital News 13 Obituaries 2 Sports 15 16 Television n Womens Pages 12 13 Your Horoscope in Wisconsin against another fa voriteson standin for In a Republican race all but eclipsed by the steaming Demo cratic Arizona Barry Goldwater grabbed Indi anas 32 votes at the Republi can National But former Minnesota Harold his only se rious made an unexpected dent in his All of the 51 Democratic votes at the Democratic national vention will be controlled by With of precincts Welsh had captured votes to for That gave the Alabama gov ernor per cent of the cratic turnout and per cent of the total Three minor candidates split Goldwater polled votes in Stassen had