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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                uiiuiut Importer Staff A ef uftcofflmlttedstate responsible for the abortive death of the Movement at the National to trnors The state is the dta iLJfartft1 Industrialist George MMst this irlfii ifpfy to leakedby aides to 1 Setter publiely denying Thestory iswidely ed anieng Ohla political forces i Bills jppwefttiy give not behifld the scenes went to the move towards at an 6pen itery ftdm ths Is that edly cspfessed shock at Jfefbtts that Eisenhowef had just josh ed SefantffftlflteutKfe bfeech ad thr rallyitfg point forthe4fflflve step a great deal of personal Influ erree with Eisenhower but he also Isevetr how a kfy figure fieptiblicaft finances both and a national are few things that im press Bliss more than the possi bility of losing a huge chunk did Huftphrey hayd Trorti his state campaign contributes a great deal but he is a power within that sive group whieH runs OOP fi nances in With this power behind him Humphrey Eisenhower to call Scranton back and call him Scrantons aides Ei senhower reportedly has ac VOL i40 Largest Circulation in tearawas County June PHONE 42167 TCENTS knowledged his carf to Scranton but not the call from Scranton theft went through 2 agonizing press conflrewces at which he again and again de clined to meet headon wMh instead said only that he would accept a cere draft only a slight variation of his stand before the meeting with The fact that Curtis Lee president of the knd Chamber of Commerce and host to the in vited Goldwater to the lion without clearing it with the full membership of the GOP governors also indicates a move iy the financial but nonprofes sional interests within the GOP w loosi tht fo tor at his crucial While BHtt mvet spoken against Ooldwfttef hi was still pushing for opin Ohio delegation and Wnventicn when the inviUHion was by On June 22 the Ohio delega tion will meet in Columbus in caucus and the same forces are likely to be atwdrk theft to junk Ohios favorite son pledge and endorse Goldwater on first Such a move by one of the last large uncommitted states would lock up the nontinatiort for Ooldwater so tightly that the GOP convention will be as See Page Alternate Rebecca Hertzig gives address to an estimated parents and friends of Dover 164 graduating seniors in the beautifullydecorated New Philadelphia councilmeh with a zipped throughthe businessof 6 ordi 3of them 4 department reports and sand wiched in a 5minute public hearing all within an hours time Monday Two of the emergency ordi nances had to do with the city One called for the pur chase of 13 acres adjoining the city dump The second dealt with the sale of acres of the city dump to the state for highway Council voted to buy the 13 Phila Cyclist Hospitalized After Crackup Richard of 155 23rd New Is reported as critical today in Canton TimkenMercy Hospi tal following a motorcycle acci dent on Route south of New at last Everett suffered a skull frac fadal lacerations and mult tiple A Paul of RD New suffered abrasions and was released following treatment in Union Everett also was taken to Union but was red to State patrolmen said Everett lost control of the 2wheeler afr ter it went off the roadway and into Three Dover teenagers were released following treatment in Union Hospitals emergency room last night following a 2car accident at 8 on Township Road northeast of Patrolmen said a car driven by Thelma of 1529 Chestnut was left of center and bjoad See Page S acres owned by Robert and Martha Galbraith on Lot 11 in Schoenbrunn Tract in Go shen price is with the money for it coming from the land sale to the State Depart The Galbraiths retain the right to at per acre per any of the 13 acres as long as it is not needed or used by the city for municipal Through previous an agreement had already been reached with state officials on the for the acres of city dump The emergency ordinance simply authorized the mayor and city clerk to exe cute a warranty deed for the real estate The third bill di rected the service director to advertise for bids and contract for the purchase of automatic billing equipment for the water department and other city de The matter was treated as emergency because the present billing equipment had broken down The public hearing which See pmLA 9 Leeper Receives Patrolman Job Elmer Leeper of 125 8th named this morning by Chief Groh as the new patrolman in the Dover Police married and the fa ther of an will assume his duties June A graduate of Uhiichsville attended industrial night school for 18 months and served 3 years in the He was employed at Uhrden at Pennison 2 years and joined Buckeye Machine in Uhr ichsville last He fills a vacancy created by the recejsl resignation of Dean Survey Forms Due Parents of Dovers ry pupils were that questionnaires on the grade 1 cards are be returned to aid elementary by FridayThe fornjs were seat home with students on DAY BRIOHTENER II so maay people werent ift glad to carry gossip wouldnt travel so Weatheryane TcSTERfiAY iHigh j Low 66 Ij Elsewhere In i High Low clear 84 clear 94 71 clear 77 70 Los rain 64 53 M clear 85 75 New cloudy 63 cloudy 81 65 clear 90 71 San cloudy 56 51 cloudy 86 65 TODAY 7 72 RAINFALL Last 24 TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 86 Low 68 Forecast Partly oc casional Parkersburg Building Falls In Renovation fourstory brick ing in downtown Parkersburg collapsed shortly before noon trapping an unde termined number of shoppers and There was no immediate re port of Its said a Parkersburg policewoman han dling emergency The outside of the building was being renovated when the collapse Workmen were on scaffolding in front of the Dover Summer School Signup Continuing Registration for Dover Sum mer School is continuing Thursday an4 Fri George direc this The school is open to any couatiaju Registration is being cojsidyct ed in the main lobby it Dover High and Central Elementary in New Philadelphia from 8 to 4 today and Those signing up Thursday and Friday should do so at the Do ver Administration Office on W 6th The schools classes will be gin next Should be aint is You will have to make it is Har old of Capital University dn Colum told thei 164 graduating sen iors of Dover High School last nightat the 85th commencement the first to take place in the new who has taught explained that he bor rowed the Should be aint from a Negro minis ter who used it in a sermon to point out that what a thing or situation should be is not al ways the way it actually Applying the phrase to the fields of citizenship and Yochum ex plained to the graduates that many situations exist today that should not be and that they will have to make the situations what they You would think that young people who go to school should want to he but went on to describe 3 kinds of stu dents because of their na find passing to be a prob The first kind is the one that offers passive He shows no signs of life in idass until the bell rings ending Then he is the one out the door The second gives active fesis cant learn me he and does his best to see that he does not learn Then there are so many stu who like to be just aver age You had better set a pretty high average when you go to college because the aver age student wont pass Somewhere along the way we just are not doing what we See Page 9 Boot Overturns In 3 Boys Escape To Safety Three 15yearold New Phila delphia boys scrambled ashore last night after their boat over turned in the Tuscarawas Riv er near 4th Ext SE in New summoned at by John identified the youths as Tom Tom Massarelli and Floyd Thetrio was ashore when firemen No inju ries were Nixon Claims Goldwater Not AssuredNod By JACK BELL Ohio Former Vice President Richard Nixon said today the search for an alternative candidate to Barry Goldwater for the Republican presidential nomina tion still is being continued by GOP Goldwater breezed through the 56th annual Governors Con ference Monday night and flew back to Washington with con fidence that former President Dwight Eisenhower will not upset his bid for The Arizona Republican said in an interview he thinks the for mer president is about the only man who could keep him from getting the He said he is convinced that Eisenhow er will remain the 1960 presidential said after a breakfast meeting with GOP governors to day that several of them who are not satisfied with Goldwa ters conservative views are trying to get together on a can didate they can He said this candidate should be a governor and not He indicated he thinks the most likely possibilities are Wil liam W Scranton of Pennsylva nia and George Romney of It was Nixons the chances for an agreement on a candidate the party moderates could back against Goldwater were not very Nixon contended that the par ty must work hard to have Gold water change some of his views on national It would be a tragedy for the party if the Goldwa ter views stated were not Nixon told the news Nixon termed Goldwater as oddson but said he does not have the nomination wrapped fle said that a number of he governors expressed concern because there might not be a See Page 2 ON THE INSIDE Around The World 6 Dear Abby 19 J9 Crane 21 Goren On Bridge 21 Hospital News e 2 Sports n Sc 12 Television 14 Womens Pages 8 9 Your Horoscope Gerald Griewj ond Robert Eberle make final itert cpmmenwment DQJI Hefen before the WORST IN HISTORY GREAT described as theworst in memory swept out of Montanas northwestern mountains Mon killing at least eight sweeping away dams and bridges and leaving hundreds of residents Rain pelted the area for the fifth straight Authorities said the death toll included five members of elackfeet Indian A girl was reported drowned in on the Indian reserva and two motorists were killed when their vehicles plunged into raging In Glacier National more than 200 persons were re ported cut off by flooded roads or washedout Many were park employes preparing for the summer tourist Howard McKinney of the Montana National Guard sai3 the floods were the greatesl natural disaster the state has ever Damage estimatesranged into the millions of Rescue workers were blocket in places by washedoul bridges jand long stretches of inundated At least 20 bridges andfour earthen dams were carried away by the pound ing Powered by nearrecord rains and latemelting mountain snow the floods hit by Center of the flood area was northwest of Great Falls where See Pago Tarullis Buy Candy Firm Pat and Dean Tarulli of Do ver and Gene Tarulli of New Philadelphia announced jointly today the purchase of the for mer McCurdy Candy at 210 Tuscarawaa from Sam Thrush and William who has been office man ager the past 12 years for the Retail Credit at New Phila will operate the busi ness on a fulltime Dean s a public accountant and Gene a time study man at Warner Swasey at New We plan to continue the present Pat said this and at the same time expand on the wholesale candy and fountain supply Clay Vote Thursday A special meeting to vote on the latest offer of Evans Brick officials at Midvale has been called by officers of Evansdale Local United Brick and Clay for Thursday at 7 in Midvale Fire Dems Select Johnson For Senate Race Danny Johnson of New Philadelphia was chosen last night by Democratic leaders of C o s h o c t o Mon Nobleand Wayne as the partys state senator nominee A for the Wth and 28ffi f Johnsons appointment was necessitated by the recent death of Jess Dempster of Uhr ichsyille who had Won the sen atorial nomination in the May primary Johnson today expressed his appreciation for the confidence reposefl the Demo cratic who met Co shocton last The death of Jess was a great loss and It would be difficult to try and fill his Johnson As of the attorney vying for post he held in 1958 to See Page 2 News Briefs AP Negroes and police battled with rocks and bottles today after officers refused to allow racial The violence came after po lice twice repulsed efforts by the Negroes to march on the downtown The officers herded the dem onstrators back into the First African Baptist Then bottles and chairs start ed flying from the LONDON AP Lord Canadian born newspaper died sud denly today at his suburban home at a legend in Lon dons Fleet turned 85 May Annexation Setback Clouds Future School Merger Vote The big question Whait ef feet will the defeat of the Den nison Uhrichsville annexation plan have on the upcoming No vember vote for consolidating the Uhrichsville and Union Local School Districts An attitude that if the towns dont want to why should the schools is expected to gain momentum between now and it is that at least one elected Uhrichsville official will oppose the proposal A November vote on the is sue was assured yesterday in Columbus when the State Board of Education gave quick approv Several of 3 involved boards were present in the state capital but were not asked to comment on the planned consolidation the state board apparently being in full The only block could come from the Tuscarawas County Board of Education which could attempt to snag Union bid for It is that Laws win press the is sue because of retirement plans in the near His recent lynamed Lin ton also is not ex pected to begin the since it might get him off 09 A   

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