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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1964, Dover, Ohio Plans Completed As Twin t Near Annual Clay Page 7 All Papers Print Like The Discover Itl VOL 18 HOME EDITION Largest Circnlation In Tusarawas County DoverNew June Serving Over Fbmlllai PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Going over some of the old were Dick Major Mike Joe Roger tony Joe Zuchegno arid Don Be Respect Authority 39 Josephs Gradnates Told A challenge to be different and to respect authority was presented to 39 graduating sen iors of Josephs High last night during graduation exer cises in Sacred Heart Church at New Ronin for merly a professor at Fidel es Seminary in addressed the ing them to build a strong faith in God and to respect His au When you graduate from high school you have the ing that you know he Your mothers and fathers are behind the You do need any priests or sisters telling you what to do You are allknowing and all wise But it is surprising how many of the simple truths of faith are unknown by high school Your knowledge of God is something to look The fact that you have sanctifying grace in your souls sets you apart from Sanctifying grace is It the life of God that exists your and one thing that Dover Highs Graduation Set raises you from being just an Because of it you should be different in the waj you One complaint teenager is that they are never treate like The idea become dominant in their I you want to be like a you have to act like Ronin told the grac uates that showing respect fo authority is an important wzl to act like an The only reason Com munlsts dominate so muc of the world is that the basi See Page 6 Governors Want Barry To Alter Conservative Image To Save Votes Halfield Sees No Derailment Of Bandwagon For Goldwaler By JACK BELL Ohio Barry had notice today from three Republican governors that if he becomes the GOP presidential nominee he will have to alter his conserva tive image or lose their big states in the November Nelson Rockefeller New William Scranton of Pennsylvania and George Romney of Michigan spoke out Sun day at news conferences held in connection with todays opening of the 56th annual national Governors Scranton said on a television aroadcast and at a news confer ence that he is available for the presidential He edged a little further into the race at the urgingof former President Dwight Eisen Scranton said Republican can didates are worried about win ning in their states if Goldwat er is the Rockefeller said he is in the race until a better representative of the moderate Republicans comes along and he made it clear he doesnt think one What had taken on the aspects Sunday of a StopGoldwater movement rapidly was changing into an effort by Republican moderates to get Goldwater to accept a strong civil rights dec laration in the party platform and to repudiate some of his such as making Social Security Dover Highs Class of 1964 will conclude 12 years of formal education tonight at 8 when 164 seniors receive diplomas at commencement exercises in the new Harold president of Capital will de liver the main Be Aint Donald and Rebecca Hertzig will present the valedictory and salutatory respec Some facts about the the were brought out by Reinhard Krause at last nights baccalaureate There are 84 boys and 80 A total of 161 have either brown or black The other 3 are Six of the 164 were born in 37 in 1945 and 121 in Two members were born in Eu rope Belgium and Germany other 162 in the United Of the 152 born in 109 were born in Ten of the other 43 Ohio na tives came from New Philadel Of the 328 5 were born in 2 in Switzerland and one each in Ger many and Ninety three of the 164 en rolled in a Dover kinder garten or 1st Grade in 1951 or 1952 and obtained their entire education in the Dover school Priority Lastminute capandgown adjustments are made by Donna Tecco Andy Judy Endres and Joe ON TH E Around The World 6 Dear 17 15 Crane 17 Goren On Bridge 17 Horoscope 15 Hospital 9 Obituaries 2 Sports 11 12 13 Womens Pages 8 9 2 GIRLS ARE IMPLICATED Dover Area Youth Admits art In Theft Of Gasoline Red Cross Event Tonight The Dover chapter of the American Red Cross will hold its annual recognition banquet tonight at in Second Mora vian Robert Spangler of Canton will be guest Graduate Choices7 Outlined By Minister At Baccalaureate Today we launch Where shall we anchor Reinhard Krause of Johns United Church of Christ keyed his talk on Choices to the motto of Dover Highs Class of 1964 in last nights bacca laureate service in the school More than 600 par ents and friends of the 164 grad uating seniors Following a statistical break down of differences in the class Krause told the seniors that all 164 of you have one important fact in eommojj you have completed The yesterdays have deter mined what you are he Launch out into the deep then cast out your anch My first recommendation as you launch out is to anchor your life by continuing to think Dover has been a good com munity in which you have grown Despite those who are quick to judge all teenagers by the aets of a Dover teenagers have mauntained a good Only out of ev ery 100 Dover youngsters have been in trouble with the Hover also is a good conamu nity in which you can continu Page 9 David of RD Do allegedly has given a state ment to county juvenile admitting part in a May 29 gas theft from the Wilmer Kad farm on Ridge Road According to Assistant Juve nile Officer Don Fox also named 2 both of Do who were along at the Thomas of Schoen will appear Cen ral County Court Judge Clar mce Ferrell at Tuesday morning for sentencing on a theft charge as a result of the same Vance pleaded guilty Saturday to the counts al He is being held n County who filed the charge against could not be con acted this morning to determine if he would file charges against the other Patterson said Foxs state ment has been turned over the Prosecutor Harlan Deputies got the break on the gas last Thursday after see ing a picture of Foxs wrecked car in the Daily The owned by the youths mpth reportedly contained a bulle Kaderly had reported h fire a rifle at the car as it wa being driven away from hi Vance is charged with takin gallons of gasoline and also lamaging a gas storage tank Belonging to Farm Bureau Coop f New Patterson said he talked to he Dover girls implicated by but they would not admit eing with the youths at the ime of the Deputies said someone had covered the bullet hole with After a day in which GOP moderates flailed away at Gold Mark Hatfield of Oregon summed it up as an exercise in sheer He said he thinks Goldwaters nom ination is Goldwater said in where he accepted an hon orary degree from Pennsylvania Military that he would be glad to talk to Scranton and other leaders about the I think I can safely say that I can run on a platform that would contain the civil rights bill that passes the said I can assure you it wont be the one that is before us He added that he thinks less than 1 per cent of the Republi cans favor the public accommo dations section of the Romney told a news confer ence Goldwaters views do not square with the principles for See Page 2 Civil Rights To Get On Program CLEVELAND AP Busi ness got mixed with pleasure and politics at the Governors Conference today as John Anderson of the conference served no tice that civil rights problems have a priority spot on the Anderson in his chairmans address prepared for delivery after morning welcoming speeches told a general session of the governors We are all aware that the problems of government cover ed generally by the civil rights as serious in each of our They will not Solve themselves they will not go During each of the three prior meetingof this conference I have we devoted much time and little time in reaching Later today the governors coa sider rules of which were changed last year to a three fourths vote to suspend rules before action on any resol Unless a new change re moves this it was con sidered doubtful a strong civil rights which Nelson Rockefeller of New York said he hopes could be Republican National Chairman William Miller right stands with arm around Ohio GOP Chairman Ray Bliss as Miller said he thought Bliss would accept the national Miller plans to His successor will elected by the national committee at the San Francisco convention next AP BLISS HEADED FOR 1 JOB Weathervane SATURDAY High 77 Low 58 YESTERDAY High 81 Low 57 Elsewhere In High Low 96 61 Los cloudy 71 57 8677 cloudy 82 59 San clear 62 52 clear 82 69 85 66 TODAY 7 61 RAINFALL Last 48 hours inch TOMORROW High 85 Low 63 Forecast pos sible At Radio Club Jamboree An estimated persons at tended Sundays third annua Tuscarawas County Citizens Band Radio jamboree at the Among those recognized were Byrom Cheesa of who traveled the farthest to at Cantons Hall of Fame Radio which traveled to Dover in a 22car caravan anc the Vernon which the largest membership present Pop David and Mary Schrade of Canton were recognized fo having the oldest radio call lei Among those receiving prize were Danny Spring of Uhrichs a radio and Ra Lindemore of New Philadelphia a radio Howard Stanbarger was jam boree Ohio GOP Avoiding Goldwater Tangle By Richard Zimmerman Daily Reporter Staff Writer CLEVELAND Repub can leaders may not be solid y or officially in the Goldwater but they are clearly voiding any association with now abortive Stop Gold movement at the Na Governors Conference ater onal Michigan George lomney made it clear that he vas ready and willing to lead he drive to stop the Arizona onservative the time was ripe or Ohio to drop even the slight est hint of support for the Of the major states not in the roldwater Ohio was the obvious sounding board for lomneys strong anticonserva ive New York is com mitted to Pennsyl vania hovers about Scrantons unclear position and Romney spoke But Romney stands alone to with only the hope an outright and vigorous ciation of Goldwater by former President Eisenhower keeping him Most observers do not expect The slightest encouragement rom either James Rhodes or Ohio GOP Chairman Ray Bliss either in a veiled public statement or a de liberate leak might have start ed the Stop Goldwater move on its But noth ing came from the Ohio Rhodes and Bliss kept Ohio in the noncommitted but at this point such a position clearly is to the advantage of whose camp is even now claiming more than enough delegates for nomination on the first The silence on the part of See OHIO Page 2 5 5 Cited In Dover Mishaps Five persons were slightly in jured and 5 citations were is sued in 5 accidents investigat ed by Dover police over the They were called Saturday at to the parking lot of the Dover Market on Tus carawas where a car driven by Charles of 320 14th had backed from a parking slot and struck one driven by Evelyn Ches of RD Beach Approximately 2 minutes lal r police were called to Tus arawas and Martin where vehicle operated by Daniel of 916 5th Road Hearing Is Continued County commissioners today continued the hearing on the question of rightofway con cerning a section of Franklin Township Road 424 until The Jones Construction and the Smith Gas of Hartville have lodged pro test against vacating the road section in connection with the building of new Interstate 77 at the Strasburg Construction includes a bridge which is costly to main commissioners and the old part of the road will not be needed when the new Interstate is Further have reportedly arisen through damages allegedly done by the Jones firm to the gas company Felled Navy Jet Pilot Rescued By ANTOINE YARED Laos AP Communist groundfire knocked down the second Navy jet in two days over Laos but the pilot was safely lifted out of the redheld officials hoped to contin ue an air search today for the pilot of the first but a heavy cloud cover hung over The monsoon season has set Both planes were shot down east of the Plaine des Jarres recently overrun by the Pathet Both were Crusader jets capable of miles an They were operating from the carrier Kitty Hawk io the South China The second jet was armec and accompanying an unarmec reconnaissance plane over cen tral The United I has been conducting photo raphic flights over Communist ositions since May 17 at the of the neutralist Premi er Souvanna The Doyle ynn of La was rescued by a helicopter and flown back to the Kitty an embassy spokesman officials gave no details of the jungle but it was unofficially reported that sever al helicopters had been badly shot up in an attempt to find DAY BRIGHTENER Telephone conversations were shorter when people had to stand to reach the mouthpiece on the other Charles of San Klusmann was on a reconnais sance flight when his plane was He was reported to have parachuted but his ex act spot in the isolated terrain apparently was not Red China charged that jet fighters fired two rockets al Khang Pathet Lao head quarters on the Plaine deb There was no mention of damage or Reliable sources in Vientiane said Laotian air force T28 fight erbombers armed with ma chine guns are providing cove for the reconnaissance Premier Suuvaiuia Phouma neutralist Sec government orderei Philadelphia rammed the ear of one driven by Danny of RD New who had slowed or Jean of RD received a possible whiplash injury to her leek and is to be De Vecka was cited for failure to stop within assured clear dis Three persons received chest jruises in one of 2 accidents in vestigated by police Injured in an accident at on Slingluff and Cross were Walter Donna Wallick and Jane Remier after a car driven by of 623 3rd Sti See Page 2 Als Value Store Breakin Probed Dover police are continuing their investigation into the late Friday night or early Saturday morning breakin at Als Vato 212 Wooster which and an undetermin ed amount of merchandise The theft was reported to po lice Saturday Tfcty fe dicated the thief may have en tered the building ttoojr window
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