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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1964, Dover, Ohio Distu finflo for the Republican presidential nomination here fax sources close to the gover Reporter Columnist Marlow Is A Pulitzer Prize Winner Pennsylvania state ItepubMcaat dtoiiHhtthVjin a telegram to a state fepresen tative this Moffiirtg said The governor announce his candidacy at the Maryland State Convention He has jsked us to advise you The telegram was to Eugene one of a group of legislators who went to Thursday in an unsuccessful attempt to see former President Dwight Eisenhower on Scrantons Scranton to leave the capital at Hatrisburg dur ing the noon hour in a private plane for the trip to The Scranton with the exception of an older sonf was To Seek GOP Nomination to make the Pennsylvania Thomas Worrilow and State John Van Sant reported receiving similar telegrams from who was not avail able for Jack the governor press said the gover nor had beenmulling over his decisMfbf several Reminded that Scranton said previously he never felt stirred before about any pres idential Conmy was asked if the governor was stirred Hes Conmy re Conmy said Scranton made up his mind finally at As to what impelled him to THE DAILY REPORTER make that Conmy said Youll have to get the specifics from Asked who Scranton talked with after the decision was Conmy replied Name See Page 11 HOME EDITION Approved In House Vote By JOHN BECKLER WASHINGTON AP Fatted pay checks for most federal workers were in prospect today after House passage of a pay raise bill that includes year increases for members of By the surprisingly large mar gin of 243 to 157 the House re versed its earlier defeat of a similar btfl and cleared the way for Senate action on the package of pay It includes raises for Cabinet officers and top federal and in creases ranging from per cent at the top to per cent at the bottom for million government The average letter carrier Would get a per cent boost of a year and the average government typist and file clerk would get a a year The bill is expected to be one of the first called up in the Sen ate after it completes action on the civil rights and no dif ficulties are foreseen in its pas A number of considerations prompted the House to pass the pay bill this time after defeat ing 222 to last The size of the proposed con gressional raise was scaled down from a year to and it was made effec tive next instead of this making it easier for See Page 11 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 77 Low 48 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low clear cloudy 76 cloudy 66 Los cloudy 73 clear 84 56 65 50 59 80 61 53 70 52 57 New clear 81 cloudy 75 cloudy 86 San cloudy 66 cloudy 84 TODAY 7 57 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunset High 88 Low 65 Forecast scat tered Largest Circulation In Tnscarawas County DoverNew June 1964 Serving Over fctmlliti PHONE 42167 7 CENTS s BACK TO The best one yet is how Ernest Mooney WartheTf Dover master describes his latest the funeral train that carried Abra ham Lincolns body from Washington to New complete with soldi Lincoln and the The carving is being done in pearl and eb the first carving he has done in ebony since Mooney has used ivory and walnut in his carvings since that time but decided the black ebony would be more appropriate for a funeral He got the idea for the project April when his reminded him that morning that ft was the 99th anniversary of the death of In addition to his work on the Warther has schedul ed television appearances in Wheeling and Pittsburgh in the next 2 Pilot Plant To Be Ready By June 26 on the Com munity Improvement Corps pi lot plant at the Childrens Home site has delayed occupancy of its first Bobbie Brooks until June Originally scheduled to move in this Sid man ager of the local Bobbie Brooks womens apparel said yes terday that the moving operation would begin the night of June 26 and continue over that Surkey Transfer of Dover will landle the moving of equipment and The owned by the was constructed through a sub scription campaign headed by iVilliam More than was raised to finance the Marino said the second phase o top the goal will be launched July The additional money is needed by the CIC for a sustained campaign to attract new industry and promote growth for the Luthy Lowers Boom On 3 Dover Grads SEASON OPENS WEDNESDAY Summer Recreation Program Outlined Dovers summer recreation program will begin its 18th sea son lasting until Daily hours will be 9 to noon and 1 to Monday through Tax Payment Deadline Near No general extension of pay ment on real estate taxes for the test half of 1963 will be County Treasurer Vic tor Martinelli announced June 20 is the final date for the payment of these taxes known as the A penalty of 10 per cent will be assessed any late pay made stating For one persons receiving Social Secur ity checks or Aiid for the Aged and for persons having money in financial institutions which pay interest on July payment of taxes will be accepted up to July without The 6 playgrounds being util ized this year are South Ele East 5th JosephsDover Do ver Avenue and Park All playground equipment has been completely re paired and painted by Vincent city maintenance The following will be featur ed during the 10week program First week safe ty and self government second hat contest third doll show fourth lantern pa rade fifth hobby display sixth pet show seventh kite contest eighth ninth rjunior and tenth hot rods and buggy Fillin work items include low organized handi table athletic See jpg 2 PAY BRIGHTENER Tact is what a fellow when he wont change wind but can change the Thrsee 18yearold Dover High who smashed a rage window of a teachers home early Tuesday morning following commencement exer were fined each by Mayor LeMoyne Luthy this Another is slat ed to appear before Juvenile Judge Ralph Finley as a re sult of the following an hourlong were William Rabes of RD Rodney Bird of 708 4th and Joseph Orlowski of 700 4th Mayor Luthy suspended Montana Folk Face Threat Of New Flooding flooding was a threat in Mon tana Residents of near the Canadian worked through the night sandbagging two large farm Dams threatened to go out as the third and lowest dam in the reservoir chain did Thursday flooding an area in cluding about 300 Shelby There were no In southern Montana the Jef ferson one of three ma jor tributaries of the was flooding its lowlands and had torn out at least one At least 30 people died and others still were missing after days of flooding earlier this ofeach fine the trio not appear in his court within the year and that they be home by 9 each night for a They also were told to pay dam estimated at Police Kenneth Dafforn testified that he stayed in the home of Clifford Blair at 1920 Dover Monday night and Tuesday morning after getting a tip that students had planned vandalism Blair is a Do ver High American problems in Dafforn said the 4 driving 2 pulled up to the driveway of the Blair one getting out and tossing an emp ty beer bottlethrough the He said he followed the cars on foot to 19th and Woos ter to obtain a descrip The foursome was contacted Dafforn and ad mitted the the hearing the trio denied they had planned the vandalism more than 15 min utes ahead of All contend ed they devised the plan after stopping at the Ringside Bar on Tuscarawas questioned by Mayor Luthy for a reason for the van summed it up that See LOWERS Page Z 2 Vehicles Damaged William Seabrook of 830 Gosh en SE told New Philadelhia police yesterday that the right front vent glass of his car had been At yesterday June Masse of Front SE said someone had scratched the paint on her Sheriff Young Spent For Primary Campaign expenses for Sheriff with the money com Tony Youngs successful bid in the May primary for the Democratic nomination to the office he now have been set at These expenses were borne by the Young for Sheriff Commit according to the statement filed by the committees treasur Helen yesterday in the Board of Elections Young also filed his statement of receipts and expenditures showing his own contribution of to his He list ed no The committees receipts to ing 26 donors and ranging in amounts from to In the committee re ported having paid thus far but showed outstanding as of June of as still ow ing to the GordonSpeidel Print ing to addition to Young and his Board of Elections had receiv See Page 2 With East Germany s Ink New Friendship Pact West German Chief Arrives For LBJ Talks WASHINGTON AP Chan cellor Ludwig Erhard of West Germany flew into Washington todayto review the German ant Berlin problems with Presideni Johnson in the light of the So viet East German friendship pact announced in Moscow ear lier Erhard declined immediate comment on the saying must see the text I cannot make a political comment know what the headlines ing only Responding to the welcome extended at Andraws Air Force Base by Undersecretary o State Averell Er hard said of his upcoming talks with Johnson We have no concrete deci sions to but it is oppor tune to draw a balance and co ordinate our Also on hand at the airport was German Foreign Minister Gerhard Schroeder who arrived Thursday and had two meetings with Secretary of State Dean German diplomatic sources said contrary to some re the two foreign ministers did not come to any decision on what steps the two countries should take these sources there was no agreement on See LBJ Page 11 Realty Tax Complaint Dates Set The County Board of Revision will hear complaints lodged against real estate tax evalua tions beginning June Notices have already been mailed to setting imes for their appearance be fore the The Board of Revision will lear the complaints on the morn ings of June 24 and and will spend the afternoon of the same days viewing property in volved if The board consists of County Auditor Trea surer Victor Martinelli and Commissioner Board Chairman Richard Martinelli explained today that complaints cannot be made directly against the tax which are established by nit must valid the actual tax evalua ion of the property The treasurer stated today hat the Board receives many complaints which are goundless since they are based on tax rates which are established by aw or have been voted in by the people Many who have pub icly supported levies in their own Martinelli are he very ones who object to the ligher evaluation assessed their committees the Alvarez 17 Crane 15 ed statements from 12 other Churches 9 county and state News n dates and 23 from Central ComObituaries 2 Sports 13 14 IN SANTO DOMINGO Explosions Rip Munitions Area SANTO Dominican Republic AP Explosions rocked military ammunition dumps across the Ozama River from Santo Domingo through the Officials said four persons were killed and 112 Flames set by the blasts still raged preventing troops and police from getting close to the Luther the Army attache in Santo Domin said the number of dead and wounded was sizeable but he could not say how many there Long said there were four ammunition dumps in the area and that two had gone The explosions and fire continued early and Long said it was possible the other dumps also would The explosions caused dam age in the Donald Cabral of the government junta said three and possibly five dumps at the armys 27th of February bar racks were He said investigators were trying to de termine the There was an unofficial report the blasts were started by fire in a powder Persons in the area heard several carbine shots just before the first Itwas believed these were fired by sentries giving the alarm for the The government put all hos pitals and private clinics in the capital on an emergency foot Ambassador William Bennett visited the governmen house and it understood he offered help in relief The blasts broke windows throughout Santo am dozens of persons received min or injuries from flying wood splinters and 01 The city was on the verge ol In the confusion there was no possibility of an imme diate check of the extent of damage or On the main street of Santo not one store escaped Police and troops stood guard in the commercial dis tricts to prevent Beitner To Expand Dover Business William owner and operator of Beitner Tire on 120 Wooster an nounced today plans for a new Goodyear auto service Woosfer and center at 2nd The 2sfory building will be 99x64 feet and will consist of Bond Sale Bids Open On June 30 Ohio Sinking Fund Commission an nounced today that bids will be received June 30 on the first million worth of oneyear notes from the million capital improvements bond The sale will provide the first money for higher rec cation and pub lic improvements approved by voters last Dennison Man Jailed Thomas of 118 Woodland was ailed yesterday by sheriff depu ies for He will ap ear in Southern District Coun y an enlarged automotive service and tire storage A 45x18 foot sales room will be in a sep arate Beitner stated that he will be increasing his service facilities with the inclusion of front end alignment and brake service and the installation of tailpipes and shock The new sales room will fea ture a modern receiving room with air conditioning and a Beitner said that within the last few more and more women are buying but his firm was not set up with the right accommodations for The new sales room will make things more comfort he The to be construct ed by Hitison and of is expected to be completed in Architect for the brick and concrete structure is Goodyear Tire Rubber celebrating the 25th anniversary of his said that the expansion will probably boost the number of employes by 3 This wild be his fourth AsPeaceful MOSCOW AP The Soviet Union and East Germany signed a friendship treaty today but avoided stirring up a major crisis with the West by stopping short of a World War Premier Khrushchev said the treaty would be an important contribution to the peaceful regulation of the German ques His announcement to the pact appeared couched in cautious But East German Communist Walter said the treaty provides that East Ger many and the Soviet Union will regard isolated West Berlin as an independent political entity which in ho is part of the West German Federal Republic and to which the competence of the West Federal Re public does not Ulbricht had argued for a peace Speaking prior to the he said There is no other way of insuring peace now than by normalizing rela tions between the two German and the iigning of a peace treaty by the victor powers and the govern ments of the two German The West German govern ment refuses to talk with Ul richts regime and the major Western Allies of World War II decline to recognize Rea Firm To Erect New Phila Building Plans for erecting a new of ice building on 4th New are expect to be announced soon by lichard Rea au diting and accounting The office building will be on site now occuped by Palmer Dairy Isle at 122 4th According to an agreement iled in the County Recorders Office on May own ed by William and Mary Clark of Pompano was sold to Donald Unger of Gna Lease for the held ijr liVAU Women s Pages 10 ll by Wade Palmer of 213 Reeves I is to be terminat ed July Palmer said this morning he would shift his operation to a building on High for merly as the Neiger Drive The RBM Realty report edly is handling the Its incorporalors are Richard Ralph Buterbaugh and Frank all members of the ac counting Rea Associates presently maintains 2 one in the Reeves Banking Trust building on 3rd and the other at 152 Broad New Khrushchev Cites Treaty In statements London and were issued before the treaty was signed saying the Western govern ments would continue to hold Moscow for East The statements were in re sponse to Soviet advance warn ngs of the which appar sntly were given to avoid touch ng off a crisis through misun derstanding on what it The three Allied governments See Page 11 Crago Ordered To Lima For Mental Tests James Moses of RD charged with the sec ond degree murder of Milton Swonger last March has been ordered to the Lima State Hos pital for a mental examina Common Pleas Judge araneck this morning made the rder on the basis of Crago laving entered one plea of not juilty by reason of insanity at hk arraignment May At that through his at Clair Hoffman and fames entered 2 one not guilty and the other for reason of in Lamnecks order commits the espectaeled defendant to the lospitaJ for a period not ex ceeding one month for the pur ose of investigating and exam ining into the mental condition of the The judge made his order in See 11
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