Wednesday, June 3, 1964

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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1964, Dover, Ohio Voters In Ohio Jt cftti td ifi olio1 May S tt official canvass showed the An additional voted on highway bond issue without ballots i js lot boosting the total number of to None of the statewide races the official vote in the 1958 primal1 t6tal was Secretary of State Ted Brown signed the canvassing boafd Brown said candidates now have five days to demand a count on the state Brown tost the top GOP face for the senatorial n6fnina tion to Congressman at large Robert Taft son of the late 24 A Day Someone From the Reporter Is Working For You f VOL 64 Oft ihe fiemocraUe cumbent Stephen See Page 2 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County June RTER HOME EDITION Serving Over Famlllei PHONE 42I67 7 CENTS water Victor California Getting ready for last nights graduation were these 4 New Philadelphia High seniors Bob Mixer son of and Mizer of 344 Fair NW Linda daughter of Joseph Doidge of 219 2nd SW Pamela daughter of and Norman Day of 733 Oak and Jim son of and Ralph Ross of RD Graduates Told They Of Own Fate Late Returns Decide By MORRIE LANDSBERG SAN FRANCISCO Barry Goldwater swept to a tunning California victory and a commanding position today in be Republican presidential By a narrow the Arizona senator captured a rich bloc f 66 delegates from Nelson Rockefeller in Californias primary Rockefeller captured most of the states 58 but a de cisive surge for Goldwater in ate Southern California chiefly from Los nailed down the bitter contest or the Results from of irecincts showed The victory in the last presi dential primary before the July 3 GOP National Convention irought Goldwater within strik ng distance of the 655 votes ie11 need for the He called it a giant step oward his quest to lead the Re jublican ticket in the Novem er Pierre former White hundred years of educa tion climaxed last night as 206 members of the New Phila delphia High centennial class received diplomas before nearly parents and friends in the school Paul Weaver president of the allgirlMjake Erie College at interjected lev Graduation is a time of joy and Ellen Ann Seabrook as her William gives her a proud Ellen is the fourth of the Seabrook children to receive a New Philadelphia High Seabrook was graduated by same school in 1929 and Seabrook in ity into his call for the seniors to fulfill There are just 2 kinds oJ people in this he stat Those who are quick to conclude I have dpne more than enough and then the others who to do a complete jofc Your in is in your You arev in the architect of your own Weaver referred to his ownbackground in outlining the 4 factors which he termed wil shape ones fate physical changes in environment brought about by the energy of each and a poised Our physical intel response to stimulation are with us and cannot be he Our envir onment limits us in that we can not become something to which we have not been Your job is never over since life goes The nature of life comes from the approach to By changing our environ ment through our own ener gies the real values of life are If you do not know what you want to be then your changes will be by who know what they want to be through notions and can turn on the switch when it comes to ex pending their energy to change their Hard experiences will come your way in the How will you react Do you believe in God The trouble with being an athiest is that you have no in See Page 13 und WlUard Wolton left Cedar i T ifn w nr HISSS WM4B l111 J J and and Owrge Auman 9 RD check eoromeiwraent j m a far their wnl The TT rtfTt r fim Cherlw Eric wva omong the 206 receiving louse press trounced State Controller Alan Cranston or the Democratic nomination or the Senate seat held by ailing Democratic Clair The Salinger victory dealt a etback to Edmund Brown and other party elements who supported It the votepulling power of the Kennedy sed heavily by the press sec etary to the late The 39yearold former San Trancisco newspaper who couldnt even vote for him elf hes registered in will face the Republl an onetime actor eorge won another ntraparty His 154 late of delegates to the Demo cratic National Convention de eated a rival slate headed by Mayor Samuel Yorty of Los Goldwaters presidential pri mary sweep came only after a cliffhanging count of votes that lad Rockefeller ahead for a GOP National Chairman Wil iam Miller said the Califor nia results pushed Goldwater very close to the 655 convention otes needed for the nomina Mark Hatfield of Ore who convert inn w L Port Council Okays Move In Flood Control PORT WASHINGTON Vil age Council Tuesday night an nounced that immediate action s going to be taken on the drainage problem in the north east sector of the Drainage committee chair Jim reported on a recent meeting councilmen had with County Engineer Charles Taylor said Young presented a 1908 map which showed a le gal waterway from the lortheast section of the village o the Tuscarawas Tay or went on to say that Young stated the county would dredge he old waterway to the Ohio Canal free of on the condition that property own ers would complete the dredg ing to the It was reported that the ap proximate cost to property own ers would be and that the village would share half the A motion was made and pass ed that if the property owners involved and the council did no reach an agreement within 15 days that proper legal action be Mayor Ellwood Couts announc ed that application blanks would be sent to property owners ing for their It also was announced at las nights meeting that the village is going to participate in the traffic control program sponsor ed by the American Automobile The program is designed to make all traffic signs in Ohio The mayor announced that the village marshal has been notified to check all sign in the village and make the necessary News Briefs Edwart T AP de scribed as very concerned abou announced intention cancel a truck license reciproc ity will consult wit Ohio James Rhode try to resolve tion keynote and tern jorary said the sen itor appeared tohave clinchec he nomination Goldwater flew to Washington after watching early results low into his Los Angeleshead He claimed victory al Tuesday on the basis dl The final outcome wasnt def until Los An with 40 per cent of the states reported the bulk of its ballots and Goldwater naintained his commanding ead In the Republican presidential Rockefeller was carrying most of the states 58 counties But Goldwater offset it with solid majorities in Los Angeles and Orange The to a had iven the edge to Rockefeller But all indicated the outcome would hinge on the sizable un decided vote they Goldwater called his showing See Page 2 ON THE INSIDE Around The World 13 Dear Alvarez Crane Goren On Bridge Hospital Obituaries Sports 15 16 Womens Pages 12 U Your Horoscope Weathervane YESTERDAY High 65 Low 44 Elsewhere In clear cloudy cloudy Fort clear clear 93 clear 59 clear 100 San cloudy 68 cloudy 69 High Low 81 58 61 M 64 49 83 59 67 40 65 58 54 1 51 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW High 72 Low 44 Forecast Fair and Sf rip Mining Injunction Suit Is Dismissed Common Pleas Judge Ray mond Rice today dismissed the injunction suit of Dessie of RD Mineral City against a strip mining operatior in Fairfield In the hearing which opened Day claimed that a clear water creek on her farm was being contaminated and polluted by ihe strip min ing being done by Harold May of 1000 Ray and Cas ey Ppmpey of i 125 7th both of New on ad jacent The known as the Waltz is owned by Bertha Waltz and Hazel of In his court Rice stat ed that there was evidence thai Days complaint had been and that further ev idence was the court assessed costs to the defendants since the correction had been made only after the defendants hac been served summons in WASHINGTON of State Dean Rusk and Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara returned today from i Honolulu conference with a number of recommendations for resident Johnson on new action to strengthen Southeast Asia against Communist Landing at Andrews Air Force Rusk told newmen We wrought back a number of as we usually do rom these He said the commitment of the American its people and its to protect Southeast Asia against Red ag gression are Then he added The prob blem is to make sure the other side fully understands that we mean what we Rusk and McNamara were scheduled to see Johnson late in he day after the Presidents re urn from a speaking trip to New McNamara was asked wheth er there are any plans for ex panding the Vietnamese war into North Viet He de clared that no plans have been recommended to the President for approval and none has been This stopped short of denying the Jobless Pay Claims Down Unemployment benefit claims continue to remain below the weekly average for last year according to officials of the Bu reau of Unemployment Compen sation at New New claims last week totalec up 4 over the week ending May but 35 less than the average of Continued claims totaled 353 down 19 from the previous week and 385 less than last years weekly average for Counsel To Appeal Reardon Decision A Tuscarawas County Com mon Pleas Court jury spent 4 hours yesterday before bringing in a guilty verdict against John of New Cumber charged with secondde gree married and the fa ther of 4 had been in dicted in connection with the death of his twin James following a traffic accident on AprU on Route east of Route Taking the stand in his own still on crutches from injuries received in toe denied the pro secution charges that he had been driving recklessly at exces sive speed just before the fatal After until 5 the jury sent in a written question to Common Pleas Judge ask ing Does leaving the road trying to get back on the having an accident in volving one constitute reck less driving Lamneck opened court and in formed the 12 jury members b could not provide further infor since they had already been properly Howev he did from th charge he had previously giv a section from the statute pertaining to the The jury again bu returned shortly to deliver th guilty Rear dons Thai indicated last nigh that he would file a motion fo a new trial prior to sentencing The lawyer said he woul See Page 9 Envoys Have Asiatic v uvitjjriiig that plans have been made by military but it was in line with Johnsons statement Tuesday that he was not per sonally aware of any Aides traveling with Rusk and McNamara said much of the See Page 2 I Hospitalized Alter Mishaps Two persons were admitted and 2 others treated and releas ed at Union Hospital yesterday following Allen son of Margaret Humphrey of Mineral is listed as satis factory today with abrasions to his back and left hip suffer ed when his bicycle was struck by an auto driven by Hershel of RD on Broadway in Mineral Herman of RD also is listed as sat isfactory with injuries receiv ed to his right arm when he caught it in a conveyor belt while working at Kimble Coal Ronald of RD 3 was treated for first de gree burns to his neck sustain ed when gasoline in a stove ex Eugene son of Willis Kaser of 130 21st fractured a bone in his right hand while Hood Is Shot New Philadelphia police were to talk to a local Robin Hood this morning after receiving a report last night at from Archie Mclntosh of 440 High that a youth had shot an arrow through the hood on his John LaFountaine notified po lice yesterday at that someone had broken 3 windows on the second floor of a build ing on 1st DAY BRIGHTENER Among the countrys unman ageable surplusses are wheat and Scoff Lashes Handling Of Traffic Case NEWCOMERSTOWN Vane Scott of State who iasbeen involved with village particularly with po the last few weeks over a parking said today he will present a statement this af ternoon to Mayor James Tuf Scott appeared before Mayor Tufford yesterday morning on charges filed1 by Chief John Lawver for overtime park ng on May parking in front of a driveway May and parking in front of a driveway on May He pleaded not guilty to all but was found guilty on all He was fined on irst which Mayor Tuf ord then suspended on condi ion Scott did not appear in court on a similar count for a He was fined on the second also suspended on the same On the third charge he was fined which e Mayor Tufford also instructed ihe police to ticket any car parked in front or blocking any driveway from now Scotts statement follows On June in mayors with Mayor James Tufford and Police Chief John Lawyer an American citizen was not only refused one of his basic rights as an Amer ican but sacred trust was broken between the Court and the person The 2 dastardly acts were committed in conjunction with a conspiracy to either break me financially or with more jail terms due to my recent refusal to pay the fines for the simple charge of blocking my own I was arrested on a charge See Page 2 Proposed Bridge At Nctown Gets State Approval The proposed project for a new bridge on County Road I 8t the south edge of Newconv erstown has been forwarded to the Bureau of Public Roads for program County En gineer Charles Young ed today Young said he had received notice from Planning and Division of 1 of for of If ect cost will be federal The plan as now proposed calls for a 4span 604 feet in initial tion cost estimates have been set at overall project cover mile and includes construction of the drainage utility and the building of