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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1964, Dover, Ohio j County Road Workers Still Pactless After Long Confab By Joe Woetdemdn ftatty Itepof tei Staff Writer Negotiations between the Cflumjr and Local American Federation of County and UlttH with their Tht Reporter Prints More Want Ads Than County Paper 48 Cart that ffleffitefs 6f Leeal at a meeting called for last probably would Vote against the new job classifications arid wage saale by the en gineef at fin April 21 reused te out his proposal had en by the Locals previous ftoberl Itastings now reportedly in tte also insisted the new job classifications conform with those set by Civil Service regulations which govern the county road and bridge The proposal tiad already been discussed by the workers at a recent union meeting but no decisive vote Clyde who has re placed Leonard Simonetti as the Locals president at tem told Young most of the workers preferred retaining the current job classifications and getting a cross the board raise in What were most interested ijgjf DAILY Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew May Laws is Holt contended the classifica tion proposed by Youfig Was so Though they did not say See Page 2 HOME EDITION Is On ob served the 62nd anniversary of its independence from Spain to day amid reports of sabotage and threats armed action against the Communist dicator Ship of Fidel This was the day on which Manuel Castros first min ister of public promised to be fighting in Cuba against his former From The Associ ated Press reported that Cuban armed were placed on a state of alert and all military leaves were Then the telephone line went not unusual for circuits between and the United The Miami exile colony was excited over the possibility that or one of two other would make a raid on Castros island during the Headquarters of the three groups said only that they still plan to carry guerrilla war sabotage and subversion to their homeland A shortwave broadcast pur See Page 2 Noted Holmes Man Drowns In Canoe Mishap BERLIN Emmanuel wellknown Berlin resident and owner of Bonum Lime near drowned yesterday afternoon when a canoe was overturned by large waves in Timagami Lake above Hudson Bay in the Province of who was in a party of 10 here last Thurs apparently blacked out as he and his fellow fishermen Were clinging to the overturned He disappeared from sight before any of the others could grab Skin divers were called to hunt for the body but it had not been located by midmorn according to Clyde Lingler of the Lingler Funeral Home in Rescued from the lake were Wilford Conn of Mul lets and Maur ice a Also in the fishing party were 3 of the Victims Melvin and Ivan of and another also of Names of the others were not immediately Mullet is survived by 2 daugh ters and a Sandra Rozella and of the home his Ammon Mullet of Berlin 2 Eli Sarah Hersh berger of Shreve and Kat ie Hershberger of Berlin the 3 and 3 His the former Velma Mil died in He was a mem ber of First Baptist Serving Over FamlliM PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Childrens Craves To Be Transferred Common Pleas Judge Lamneck to ay authorized County Commissioners to pro ceed with the removal of the bodies of 26 known children bur ied onrthe grounds of the former Childrens Home property in Do Lamneck ordered that what ever remains can be discover ed shall be removed to the Ma ple Grove Cemtery in Dover andreburied in a common A suitable memorial contain ing names of the children is to be the judge He permitted a total cost of for the with the money to be taken from the County General The court was acting on pe Fire Causes This from Dover graphic evidence of the rain and lightning that hit the The overlook DAMAGE WAS NEGLIGIBLE ing the City of caught 4 zigzaggy bolts as they crashed into hills southwest of the Photo Pete GroriV It And If Surprisingly were inoperation this morning that there was an B damage bv last last excess of normal mifnooe hut Weathervane YESTERDAY High 90 Low 50 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low clear 84 55 clear 88 45 cloudy 48 Los cloudy 73 53 rain 79 M New cloudy 89 70 cloudy 89 52 clear 88 65 San cloudy 58 52 clear 90 70 TODAY 51 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 75 Low 42 Forecast Sunny and tie damage was last nights wjnd and lightning which covered the area with inches of rain and turned the Philadelphia area into a wind Dover Service Director Ream stated that city street crews were busy last night cleaning up branches and limbs scattered at 5th and 7th and Crater and llth and Half of a tree was blown over at Union and Liberty Ream added that no city prop erty or equipment was dam aged as a result of the strong Actual velocity of the winds is not available since no Jn1 New that damage was very scat received a report at last Officials said that no night from Robert Haman of major outages were 740 2nd NW who stated that but that and limbs a tree limb had fallen on his breaking off the antenna and damaging a New Philadephia police also received a complaint that a sign above the House of Stones on Public Square had blown but the sign was repaired this morning and no damage report New Philadelphia city street crews were called to the 300 block of 2nd NW at to clean up a tree which had blown General Telephone stated Behavior By Goldwater Raises Some Doubt By Drew Pearson By BellMcClure Syndicate magazine interview in which Barry Gold water states trial her Husband once had 2 nervous break plus Barrys recent nervous behavior has caused increasing Republican doubts regarding the qualifications of the unpredictable senator from Arizona to be the GOP in the May issue of Good House says that in after a period of intense work in the family Barry suffered a nervous After a lengthy rest he went back to But 2 years accord ing to Good when he went to to help open a new branch of the store and spent 5 days and nights without lie cracked His nerves broke com says On top of the Good House keeping Time this week describes in detail how nervous Goldwater has become iow on a recent trip to he strode wordlessly through a cheering rebuffed an ad miring pushed a radio mans mike away with the ad monition Get that damned thing out of At according to when Goldwater was greeted by about 100 boosters at the he turned to campaign manager Bill Knowl and and said Im not going to get off this plane until you get those people away from Again when a few newsmen and autograph seekers greeted him in his home he growled to an I dont want this to ever happen Goldwaters recent nervous ness fits into a pattern previ ously reported in this column of being so irritable that on at least 3 occasions the micro phones picked up his It also raises questions about Goldwaters habit of switching his public position on important first and most important Sports 15 of it raises the question of Television whether the senator from Ari See Page 4 excess of normal but had broken several Crews expect to have all lines cleaned up by The Ohio Power experi enced very little damage to its but did state that there were a couple of minor outages in the rural areas near Stras burg where lightning had blown several New Radar Unit Kails Speeder Dover police arrested Larry of 300 llth New for speeding on Wooster and driving with an expired 10day tag at this Hall was clocked on the new radar unit installed according to Safety Director William the purchase of the unit may have hit a snag Sweitzer re ceived word this morning from City Auditor Derlin Miller that cost of the radar may expeed which means that bids on the equipment would have to be Prior to todays it was understood that the radar could be purchased for plus the old unit and that purchase of the unit could be made af ter Sweitzers approval of the contractural James of Columbus posted bond f for speeding after he had been clocked on Wooster at 50 ON THi INSIDE Around The World 8 Dear Abby 25 Crane I uf crane vi then calling anyone a rwBWB n w liar who reminds him of his Bndge Obituaries 2 16 Womens 12 13 Your Horoscope Police Vacancy Is The Dover patrolman vapancy may filled by the end of this week if Safety William Sweitzer can find the qualified man from the present list of 2 Frederick Capozella of Broad was interviewed this morning by Police Chief Garrison Groh and Joe Zahler and Kenneth Earlier this week Gail Her man of 218 2nd was in terviewed for the same Sweitzer stated this morning that he was not sure if the Civil Service Commission would sub mit another name to replace that of James pres ently a police who has accepted a position with the City Electric Field Final selection of the patrol man will be made by At Shanesville SUGARCREEK trig gered by a bolt of last night caused an estimated damage to the home of Walter just west of the Shanesville corporation limit on Route The which broke out about heavily damaged the inside Of the brick home and burned through a section of the Volunteer firefighters from Baltic and here fought the believed to have started behind a fireplace chim ney struck by the They were on the scene until 1 Sugarcreek Fire Chief Whitey Beachy said a back draft explosion after firemen arrived pushed out a brick wall approximately 6 Volun teer Harold Espenschied of the Sugarcreek department suffered burns to both hands in the shortly after opening an inside door of the brick Assistant Sugarcreek Fire Chief Doran Travis said Pauli and his were corporation causing the an See Page 2 litions entered by the Prosecu tor Harlan in favor of the and by James Stephenson of New Phil acting the Com munity Improvement Purchase of acres on the Childrens Home property by the CIC in February touched off rumors about the childrens After excavating for a pilot plant for Bobbie Brooks witnesses pointed out lo cation of graves they had seen in the On March Commissioners directed an excavation at the location pointed out to them and the outlines of 2 graves were Lorin present County Welfare was called to the stand today to certify to 3 lists of names which he had prepared from confidential rec ords maintained at the Chil drens Home until One list consisted of the names of 16 children who had died at the home and had been Sec Page 2 DAY BRIGHTENER If you think youre too old for growing try spading a Everhart Heads GOP Committee Jacques Jack Everhart of New Philadelphia was elected chairman of the Tuscarawas meeting County Republican Central Committe at last nights 30turnouts I have minute reorganization meeting and it is indicative of the re in the New Youth vitalization of the spirit and in Center meeting He suecreased enthusiasm of the Re ceeds Jerry Steitz of The only surprise by the 56 elected precinct committeemen See GOP Page 2 and women was a straw vote favoring Henry Cabot Lodge for He picked up 19 votes on a show of Richard Nixon was next with followed by SenV Barry Goldwater Nel son Rockefeller William Scranton and George Romney Other Central Committee of ficers are Dick Jane Jennings of vice chair and Robert Max ine secretary trea Judy Doll Trades Title For Marriage u Ohio AP home at the time the lightning Judy Doll has resigned as Miss struck and discovered the fire Teenage America and will mar shortly afterwards ry G Wolfe May 31 at Firemen pumped water from First Baptist Church in Mount a hydrant inside the Shanesville is a junior at Cen T la a junior uen state route to be closed for over tral Michigan graduates Monday from On the scene were 2 trucks Fairless High at nearby Navar from Sugarcreek and one each Succeeding Judy as Miss Teenage America is Jeanine of Falls who was first home near Everhart stated following the This was one of the finest publican The Republican party will Horses Wagon Kills Holmes 6 MILLERSBURG Henry son of Eli and Aman da Yoder RD was kill ed Tuesday about when he was thrown from a horsedrawn wagon and it ran over his He and his were riding in the which was being driven by a hired Henry when the horses throwing the brothers Atlee was thrown clear but Henry landed wagons Yoder remained on the wagon for approximately 100 which time it struck a rock and broke He suffered minor According to Holmes County Coroner Robert the boy died from multiple skull Surviving in addition to his parents are 2 Iva and and another A sister is Services will be held Friday at 9 in the home with Bishop Jonas Yoder officiat Burial will be in Raber Cemetery in Mechanic Friends may call at the Hunter Funeral Home is in charge of arrange T Men Seize Arms Cache AP Treasury agents have seized a stockpile of machine flame mortars and explosives and arrested a one time Illinois leader of The a nationwide anti Communist The who posed for weeks as middlemen for an un named foreign weapons said they paid to Richard for the arms in an abandoned The agents also arrested Donald An inventory showed at least 100 submachine five 50 caliber tripodmounted machine a flame several 25pound aerial several many automatic pis tols and and ammunition for all the In Treasury agejati raided Lauchlis home and con fiscated more submachine and another flame
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