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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                35 Ceunfy Reporters Mean County Coverage VOL 28 largest Circulation In Iterawas County DoverNew May HOME EDITION Serving Over Fa millet PHONE 42167 CENTS e Surrounding Lmette Courtright in the final scene of The lark are Bob Robson Dan John Richard and Clyde Yackey Linette Court Is Vibrant In Fine Performance Of The Lark By Kay Williams Daily Reporter Staff Writer An excellent present ed with beauty and and one of the most moving single performances ever given on a local stage are in store for those who will see Little Thea ters The which opened last Surrounded by a cast excels in every Linette Courtright as Joan of Arc held the center of the developing from a simple pea sant girl to a compassionate heroine with tears in her She played her Joan witha delicate touch when let ting her love and joy of life shine but did not1 falter within a of deeper Her fear was real and her decision to not renounce herself was a triumph for man The overall impact of the which undeniably falls in the category of serious leaves the theatergoer with an impression of having experienc ed a comprehension of an his torical enigma and a unique in volvement with Much of the credit must be placed with Director Betty Mc who unerringly cast the production and drew such im pressive portrayals from each cast Effective stag ing and beautiful cos tuming and makeup and the allimportant little touches combined to create a 15th Cen tury atmosphere on a nearly See THE Page 6 By James Davis Daily Reporter City Editor Lightning and thunder em anated from the heavens this morning and more is anticipat ed but from a different Tonights thunder may come from the New Philadel phia Elks auditorium where the Tuscarawas County Democrat ic Central Committee will re beginning at According to one longtime Democrat the session is ex pected to shape up as a battle between Howard Bud Mercer and James both of Duel For Dem Chairmanship Looms At Tonights Meeting New for chair manship of the County Execu tive The kicker in this battle is a longstanding custom of the Central Committee that those named to the Executive Com mittee must serve at least 2 years as a committeeman prior Nixon W to being named to the executive This would eliminate the 2 top contenders if the practice is To counteract that Mercer reportedly will seek to have the entire 129member Central Committee also serve as the Executive a le gitimate action but a rare Patrick was elected to his first term as committeeman on May also elected has long been active in county having served See DEM Page I By LARRY OSIUS WASHINGTON AP Sen Barry Goldwater was the to votegetter in Nebras ia Republican presidential pre erence where he wa he only candidate But h ran into a strong tide of writei votes for former Vice Presiden Richard Nixon and The Arizona senator was bare y scoring the majority of vote lis supporters had predicted be ore the He had jus over 50 per cent of the vot while in 1960 ha presidential nomination tha Goldwater seeks this about 31 per Gbldwaters major rival for the Gov kelson Rockefeller of Ne polled a sizable vote i the uncontested West Virgini preference Rockefeller had no writeir competition because such vote are not counted in West Vir Returns from of Nebras cas precincts gave Gold water The writein in Pinches Cold water In Nebraska Linette Courtright and Bill converses with 2 Ed Heverfy left Schoenbrunn Shopping Mart Steps Awaited Dover realtor Charles Eberle eaid today that a dicision is expected very shortly on pro posed construction of a mil lion shopping center at Schoen Eberle is negotiating between a Lima con and George Rasche of New owner of the Schoenbrunn The realtor said negotiations are now in the figuring Eberle and Dingledine on Monday night asked New Phil adelphia to pay half of the cost of a sewer line to the develop The request was made at a meeting with councilmen af ter their regular It was tentatively turned Water services previously had been ex tended to the Rasche It also was learned that an other between Dingle See Page McNamara Sees Viet Nam Sfepup ON THE INSIDE Around The World 6 Dear Abby 25 Alvarez 27 Crane 27 Goren On Bridge 25 Hospital News 2 Obituaries 2 Sports 15 16 Television 11 Womens Pages 12 13 Your Horoscope 27 By ROY ESSOYAN Viet Nam AP Defense Secretary Robert F McNamara today predicted a stepup in the war against Com munist guerrillas in South Viet Nam but warned again that it would be a long drawn out af fair and we should not de lude ourselves on this In a statement before leaving for he said market progress had been made in im plementing plans to increase substantially the strength anc firepower of the Vietnamese air I am confident if our plans are executed persistently they First Day by day the Ameri can press chornicles the sto ry of Claudia Taylor John wife of President Lyn idon But seldom I does America read about the First Ladies of other i Who are these gossamer women behind the powerful men on international I thrones What influence do jthey bring to bear on their I husbands Starting on Page 12 today The Daily Reporter will pre profiles on 7 such Uncrowned Are their i similarities a coincidence or I indications of the womanly i qualities sought by men who eventually dominate their people You will lead to he McNamara spoke briefly to newsmen before ending a crowded 30hour visit in His air force plane took off at EST for Washington via Pearl McNamaras visit concludee with a conference with Nguyen strongman They reviewed the general political and economic No important new recommen dations on the war against the Communist Viet Cong were ex pected from McNamaras 30 hour an aide to the secre tary McNamara followed up his last two months with wideranging recommendations for increased aid and more American combat if This trip was described as mainly to update McNamara on progress made in the past two McNamara and Maxwell chairman of the Joint Chiefs of met this morning with Paul See 6 Dover Concert Friday The Dover High Band and Or chestra will present a concert Friday night at 8 in the school Armand Houk will Tickets will be 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for stu dents and they may be obtain ed at the door or from any band or orchestra j Climbing Boys Brings Move To Remove Ladder UHRICHSVILLE Police re ceived a call yesterday after noon from Robert Zay of 742 Trenton that 2 small 4 and had climbed a ladder at the abandoned water softener building on Trenton owned by the Baltimore Ohio The older boy had climbed down by the time Zay reached the She climb ed up part way and brought down the younger after which she notified Bill safety said that trainmaster at had been contacted and the railroad com pany will be sending welders here in the next day or so to re move the ladder to the onestory Woods said that there is an ef fort being made to have the building demolished because it has not been used since the rail road company put in diesel en The building also has had to have water pumped from the basement during high water in the DAY 8R10HTINIR If compact cars get much pedestrians soon may be able to strike votes went this way t to Ambassado Henry Cabot t and 983 divide among a handful of In West with o precincts Rocke feller had about 64 pe cent of the total vote cast in lackluster Rpublican guberna torial There were no Democrat preference contests in eithe but President Johnso rolled up a substantial writei Fired County Road Employe Is Reinstated A garage fired fa County Engineer Charles Yount last March has been rein stated to his former job and sai ary with full rights and bene retroactive to April Jesse Milligan of RD 1 appealed Young removal order to the Civil Ser vice Personnel Board of Review Yesterday the board modifie Youngs removal order to a sus pension without pay for 30 days reinstatement to be mad at the expiration of the suspen The in making c April 13 excluded the countys paying of Milligan any sum he may have earn ed at other jobs during the sus It was learned that the me chanic had employment for 2 weeks during the 30day period For this he will receive no re Milligan was represented by Counsel Leonard Jeegel of Young anc lis Assistant Prosecu or James also were Young had fired Milligan on grounds of incom jetency and through the County Engineer indicated he did not expect to appeal the wards A By CHARLEY DICKENS John Woodard told us this story which he nows to be because he was His Hazel and Charles widow of he recently deceased oth live in With ut knowing both spent 6 weeks visiting in California ithout knowing both board d a big American Airlines jet or the return trip to Without they left the irliner but one from front exit and the other from Finally they met in the airline terminal of asked each othe the in vitable question Whatever re you doing here at the Cleve and Airport Ontrary pushed his way in our office today to suggest t those gentlemanly candi ates of the political who vere so eager to tear down the gns of some opponents and loot holes in now do the ublic a real favor by removing icir own placards in wake of vote in With precincts he had 776 Frank Morrison had writein Robert Kennedy had 363 and George Wallace of Alabama had The vote for who also won the Democratic nomination for a third ap parently was a gesture to boost his vice presidential Nixons showing in Nebraska was by far his best in any of the spring He is not an announced candidate for the nomination but has said he would accept A lastminute drive for write in spearheaded by former Secretary of the Interior Fred Seaton found fertile ground in a state which gave Nixon his big gest majority in the 1960 election per West Virginia and Nebraska voters named delegates to the Republican and Democratic con and also chose nom GOLDWATER Cool Tempers Of Violence NEW YORK Bar ry Goldwater says there will be more violence in our streets unless the nation gets an ad ministration that will cool the fires and tempers of violence in the civil rights The Arizona a candi date for the Republican presi dential said Tues day night at a capacitycrowd rally in Madison Square Garden that Republicans do not want io see government as the cheer leader for a frightful game of destruction and dis The turnout of nearly in the home state of a rival for the Nelson was the largest of Goldwaters The par tisan crowd cheered and ap plauded wildly Goldwater told the which included some See Page 6 ROCKEFELLER Encouraged By Surveys Nelson Rockefeller entered the closing phase of his cam paign in the Oregon presidential preference primary today re porting he was encouraged and optimistic by polls reporting he is gaining But the governor agreed with most other observers there was no way of telling whether his newly gained momentum would carry him to victory in the voting He commented in an hour long television show Tuesday The Rockefeller forces attrib uted his gains largely to the fact he is the only onthe scene candidate of the six Re publicans whose names will ap pear on the That point is made repeatedly in all cam paign Youve still got one candi See Page 6 Court Dismisses Bond Challenge Ohio hio Supreme Court dismissec oday a suit challenging legal ty of Ohios million bone ssue approved by voters las November for capital improve largely for Paul Columbus chool teacher and former leg challenged financing nactments of the bond Judges agreed unanimously lat Lynch was not qualified to ring his action because he is ot a bond Lynch contended that a pen yapack cigarette impos d to retire a million bond ssue voted in should nol lave been revised to make the evenue available for retire ment of the new bond It should be observed that YESTERDAY High 75 Low 56 Elsewhere In High Low M clear 78 57 yjjoudy 63 47 cloudy 57 ios cloudy 72 M 79 New clear 76 57 cloudy 76 59 cloudy 74 50 an rain 56 49 cloudy 82 65 TODAY 7 58 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunset High 62 Low 45 Forecast Fair and even if the validity of relators contentions be there is no the court why the new additional sales and use tax on cigarettes in the amount of one cent per pack may not be collected beginning nor why the board of commissioners of the sinking fund may not issue and sell bonds or other Lynchs suit held up plans on 61 million worth of improve See Page 2 Dover Loses License For 6 Months Millard of 320 Tuscarawas had his drivers license suspended under the point system for 6 months with no privileges grant ed in a hearing yesterday in Northern District County had accumulated 14 6 for driving while his Groh points v license was under suspension in Dover traffic court last 6 for driving while intoxicated in Northern District Court last Oc tober and 2 for failing to yield the right of way in Dover traffic court March The action was filed by the Ohio State Bureau of Motor inees for senator and the It was not known how the six Nebraska and 14 West Virginia delegates will line up at the GOP but Goldwater is ex pected to get some support from each The senator added at least six votes to his first ballot strength from other sources Missouri Republicans chose six two of whom were See Page X Amish Protest Integrated Pupil Plans MILLERSBURGAmish par protesting the de facto in tegration of their school chil threaten to disrupt the previouslyapproved relocation of elementary students in East Holmes School Appearing at Monday nights school board the Am ish parents claimed that if the board carried out is transporta tion they would be forc ed to institute private schools for their The parents were among 60 at the Miller explained the boards student relocation plan was designed to relieve crowded conditions in some buildings and eliminate combin ation Under the relocation 2 sections of students at the all Amish public Beidler School will be transported to in tegrating them according to Miller stated it is offen sive to him that Beidler is com monly referred to as the Amish He further stated that the Amish community can no longer live alone and asked all par ents to support the new Miller said that Walnut Creek would have Grades 7 and 8 Grades 7 and and one section of Grades 1 and 3 and all remaining 5th Grade stu Parents present from Wines burg expressed the opinion their school should be left as it Parents from Wise school ex See Page 2 News Briefs AP A very successful commandotype at tack on a sugar mill in the eastern Cuba province of Ori ente was reported today by an antiCastro action group The revolutionary Recupera tion Movement MRP headed by Manuel Artime said the at tack occurred on a big sugar mill at Puerto on the southern coast of Oriente the easternmost in Class Rings Stolen Theft of 12 sample class rings from Tuscarawas Valley High School last week is being in vestigated by Chief Sheriff Dep uty John The theft was Monday morning by Principal Robert The according to were taken from a Sportsmans Club Planning Layout DENNISON The Twin City Sportsmans Club met in the park shelterhouse last night with 26 members The group is planning to pur chase ground for the erection of a lake and rifle They are considering 4 A special session has been called for Saturday at in the council room of the City building at which time re ports on the proposed sites will be Following the business meet refreshments   

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