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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter June 29, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 29, 1964, Dover, Ohio Lodge Wants Prudent' Candidate For GOP Frontrunner WASHINGTON (AP) - Henry Cabot Lodge declared today that he considered it a higher duty for him to return home and fight for the Republican presidential nomination for Gov. William Scranton than to! remain as U.S. ambassador to South Viet Nam. He told a White House* news Conference, after receiving aRaps Coldwater . . . flowing farewell from Presi^ Affirming that he did not be-dent Johnson, that he felt the lieve it was too late for Scran-war in South Viet Nam was ton to head off the front-run-“on the track,” while “I feigning Sen. Barry Coldwater for the Republican party is not on his party’s presidential nomi-the track.”    I    nation,    Lodge    strongly    indicated he would attempt to enlist former President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s active support for Scranton. Lodge helped engineer Eisenhower’s nomination in 1952. Lodge returned to a theme he had hammered upon his arrival four hours earlier, at Andrews Air Force Base — the duty of both political parties to nominate men who are prudent and not impulsive. He said that the president of the United States is the man who makes the decision about the use of the atomic bomb. ‘That is something that is very real,” he said. “There is a threshhold below which no party should go in nominating a man for the pres Lauds Scranton idency,” he emphasized. “Both parties should nominate for president a man who is not impulsive or imprudent.” Speaking at plane-side upon Lodge declared flatly: “I cannot be drafted.” He said the whole point of his resigning the “very interesting” post in South Viet Nam was to his return at 7:30 a.m. (EDT), come back and help Gov. Wil- Jiiam W. Scranton in his drive for the Republican nomination. Lodge disclosed that he will appear at the Republican party Platform Committee in San i Francisco July 8. He said he does not—so far, at least—have la ticket for the convention. Asked for comment on Sen. Barry Coldwater—whose defeat See LODGE & GOP, Page 6 Over 600 Man Hours Are Needed Each Day To Produce The Reporter The Daily Reporter HOME EDITION VOL. 60. NO. 298.    20    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Monday, June 29, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Familiei PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS Patrol Blocks Are Little Help In CR Mystery By MICHAEL SMITH PHILADELPHIA, Miss. (AP) — The Mississippi Highway Patrol and FBI agents ques tioned motorists at a roadblock today whether they knew anything about the three missing civil rights workers. The latest report from the roadblock on Highway 21 about 12 miles northeast of Philadelphia, said no useful informa tion had been obtained. The roadblock was set up near where the civil rights workers burned out station wagon was found last Tuesday Each driver was asked wheth er he knew anyting about the disappearance, or whether he Karen Roe Kinsey of Tippecanoe . . . "Miss (Playland' Early Collection Because next Saturday will be a holiday, The Daily Reporter’s carriers will be making their collections Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week. Their deadline for payment is 1:30 Friday. knew anyone who did. Officers explained that the state highway is only lightly traveled and that some of the drivers who passed that area today might have passed there last Monday. Authorities also probed a report that two young white men were seen standing beside a station wagon similar to the one used by the three civil rights workers shortly before they vanished eight days ago. The widespread search for clues in the baffling disappearance of Michael Schwerner, 24; Andy Goodman, 20. both of New York; and James Chaney, 22, a Meridian Negro, continued in this red clay hill section of east-central Mississippi. One hundred sailors from the Navy’s airfield at Meridian re- India's Shastri Urged ToCurtail Own Duties DR. JOHN WASYLIK Dover Native Named Chief OI Ohio VFW Tippecanoe Beauty Is Clayland Queen By Pete Groh    [land” in Dennison High Audito-;and Cleopatra.” Daily Reporter Staff Writer | rium.    She    wore    a    green,    floor-length “Golly, I don’t know what to I The beauty queen, daughter dress, patterned after the recent say. It’s a feeling you can’t put of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kinsey, movie ‘‘Cleopatra.” It was into words.”    will be this area’s entrant in trimmed in gold. That was the reaction of pret- the “Miss Ohio” Pageant sched- In the other 2 udging events, tv 20-year-old Karen Rae Kin- uled July 24-26 at Cedar Point Miss Kinsey wore a white swim key of RD I, Tippecanoe, fob near Sandusky, lowing her crowning Saturday Miss Kinsey, who has black See mss CLAYLAND, PaRe 6 night as the new Miss Clay- hair and brown eyes, was a    __ “hit” with the audience throughout the evening and received the I top-spot “vote” of many press row. See MYSTERY, Page 6 ★ Truce Parley Seen Near For St. Augustine By PAUL WILLS ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) —The possibility of a truce in St. Augustine’s racial conflict loomed today for the first time in nearly two weeks. A new effort to establish a biracial committee of two whites and two Negroes to seek peace was reported nearing success. Community leaders predicted that any group would have a difficult time because the middle scut with a rounded front and a j ground has all but disappeared Man Revived By Lifeguard in Assault Case Is Dismissed Lloyd V. Davis, 19, of Akron The 5-foot, 2-inch beauty, who has a personality to match her good looks, says she was en-Leroy Croston, 22, of Zartes- couragec| to enter the pageant Ville was released following ex-jby „my mother and some close has been released from County amination in Union    Hospital yes-    frjen(js »»    Jail and his case    dismissed terday afternoon    after being    Miss Kinsey added that she    without record by    Common found unconscious in IO feet of did not know if she will com- Pleas Judge J. IL Lamneek. water at Atwood Lake Park, j pfete plans to attend summer; Last Tuesday the Akron youth The man according to Mas- sc1ho°l a' Bowling Green Umver. had p,eaded guilty before judge sity next month because of the    Lamneek to an information bv kingum Watershed    C onservancy    .<Miss ohio” contest. She will be    Prosecutor Harlan    Spies on District officials,    was pulled    a junior at the university next    charge of assault and    battery on from the water by lifeguard fall.    William J. Bodenheimer of Rail- T (’ai)ler    a    ^    roa^ St., Newcomerstown, July °    ,    ..    preparation,” Miss Kinsey said lo, 1962. Lamneek, however, in Capler administe    -    while discussing the Ohio pag- his court entry, states the court to-mouth resuscitator! ii eant, a preliminary to the famed;had found Davis was 17 at the Croston began breathing ana; ..Migg Amcrica” event.    time    of the alleged offense, and regained consciousness. ew jn talent portion of Satur-that the court, therefore, has no Philadelphia firemen were ca    nju||Cs    pageant.    Miss    Kin-    jurisdiction over him. ed to the scene, but ai rived too ^ presented 2 scenes from a Davis had been held in Coun-late to lend assistance.    dramatic monologue, “Caesar ty Jail since May 8, after being paroled from the Federal Cor Croston was taken to the hospital in a Baxter ambulance. - .    .    , The man. who officials said was J n/»Gn ArrCSiCu r “Id In Philo Shooting Cleveland. He reportedly had Qf Firecrackers rectional Institution at Ashland, J Ky. The youth was sentenced in the furious, month-long pu^h for integration by Negroes and the equally determined resistance by whites. There has been almost no communication between the two races for more than a week, following collapse of the first effort to find a settlement. In the first fruitless attempt, at St. Johns County grand jury called for a 30-day truce in public demonstrations, after which a biracial committee would have been established. The Negro leader, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., rejected this and sought immediate formation of the committee. The grand jury refused to negotiate along these lines. The pace of demonstrations See TRUCE, Page 6 Weathervane SATURDAY High 90    Low    53 YESTERDAY High 89    Low    59 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. there after being picked up with Albuquerque, cloudy 92 M A former Doverite, Dr. John Wasylik of Sandusky, was elected Ohio commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars yesterday at the close of its 3-day convention in Columbus. Wasylik, a graduate of Dover High and Ohio State University, is an optometrist in Sandusky. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wasylik of 326 E. Front St., Dover, where Mr. Wasylik operates a barber shop. He was a brush salesman in Dover before being inducted into the Army in 1950. He served 2 years, including 9 months in Korea, and began his studies at Ohio State following discharge. He and his wife, the former Jean Wright of Columbus, have 4 children. Wasylik has been active in the veterans’ organization for several years and previously held local and district offices. The Ohio VFW numbers 55,000. Last month Dr. Wasylik was given the “Optometrist of the Year” award at the Ohio Optometric Assn. convention in Akron. In addition to his VFW activities, he is a member of the Sandusky Salvation Army advisory board, City Health Commission and Rotary Club and is active in the Community Fund, YMCA and Boy Scouts. He is a member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. Elected senior vice was Sam Fruttoso of Hamilton, and William Nelson of Enon was named junior vice commander. Other elections included Dr. Gordon F. Morkel, Mansfield, surgeon; the Rev. George Shurtz of Newcomerstown, chaplain; Atlee Reeb, Columbus, quartermaster, and James Mathews, Enon, judge advocate. Installed as officials of the ladies auxiliary were Mrs. Irene Gilbert, Greenville, president; Mrs. Carole Schaffer, Baltimore, senior vice president, and Vivian Walters, Green Springs, junior vice president. After the election, Wilbur M See OHIO VFW. Page ll NEW DELHI, India (AP)-Ailing Prime Minister Lai Bahadur Shastri was reported in generally good condition today but more of his official schedule was canceled. For the first time there was a public suggestion that the 59-year-old prime minister, who reportedly was stricken with a mild heart attack Friday night, should delegate some of his responsibilities. The Times of India said no prime minister can afford to do without a full-time foreign minister, as Shastri does. The paper called for “a more liberal delegation of responsibility.” Shastri, like his predecessor, the late Prime Minister Nehru, retained the foreign minister’s portfolio when he formed his government. He also serves as minister for atomic energy. A government spokesman issued this statement on Shastri’s condition; “The prime minister’s temperature is near normal now. He slept well last night. His general condition is good and he is cheerful.” “In a couple of days the prime minister may be in a position to attend to the business of government,” an authoritative source said. Sunday night, Shastri’s son, Hari, said his father would need at least a month’s rest, and there was speculation some of his aides would take the reins of government temporarily. Shastri, 59, is officially reported ailing from “overstrain and temperature,” but authoritative informants said he suffered a mild heart attack Friday. The diminutive prime minister airpost died of a heart attack in 1949. The government’s statement on his present condition did not allay fears that he was critically ill. Shastri had been working up to 18 hours a day, attempting to give new impetus to solving the country’s monumental problems. Laos Stronghold Braces For Fight By ANTOINE YARED Associated Press Writer VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) — Laotian Air Force T28 fighter objective was to destroy the neutralist stronghold. Gen. Amkha (cq) told newsmen the attack still had not bombers flew sorties betwen I l>een launched, although the breaks in Laos’ monsoon weath- Red* continued daily intermit er today against CommunistI tent artillery fire in the Phou forces building up around tho Rout! Hill area, about IO miles last neutralist stronghold near north of Muong Soui. Phou the Plaine Des Jarres.    Koutt fell to the Red forces New Phila Man Given Weekend Jail Sentence Neutralist Gen. Amkha Souk-havong said in Vientiane the forces of the Pathet Lao continued to move into positions around Muong Soui, which straddles a road that leads to this capital and connects with one leading to the royal capital of Luang Prabang. June 18. The artillery fire, he said, apparently was to prevent a neutralist counterattack against Phou Koutt Hill. Amkha said the U.S.-supplier T28s — piston engine planes— were attacking Red troop con centrations, but he added that heavy clouds and rain of the Prince Souvanna Phouma. the monsoon season prevented con neutralist premier, told a news tenuous air attacks conference Sunday the Communists had massed an estimated 8.000 men and artillery for an attack on 3,000 neutralist troops dug in to defend Muong Soui is 110 miles north of Vietiane and just northwest of the Plaine Des Jarres. The Commut Pathet Lao and their North Vietnamese al-Muong Soui. He said the Red lies drove Gen. Kong Le’s neu |tralist forces off the plain earlier this month, then halted their advance. “We will try to resist,” Souvanna told a news conference Sunday The loss of Muong Soui, on Highway 7, would give tho Communists an important ad 'No Reservations' Dover City Park, which is often overcrowded with picnickers, was the scene of some disputes over the weekend concerning rights to the reservation of van*agc for an assault on the picnic tables.    j    royal Laotian capital of Luang Service Director II. S. Ream Prabang and bring them closer this morning reminded residents    administrative capital there is no method of reserving!    ,ane> tables, and many picnickers ar- Souvanna showed newsmen rive to “hold” tables before the a<*H photographs taken by U.S. reconnaissance planes which he said showed movements of troops from North Viet Nam to Pathet I .ao positions. “Nobody can deny North Viet Nam’s interference,” he said. Souvanna said the Laotian air force’s T28 fighter-bombers— U.S.-supplied propeller planes— were continuing their strikes against the enemy but were . n ...    .    hampered by bad weather. He The Agricultural Comm,Hee of sa,d    visibility also was the County Chamber of Com;|    u s ret.unna,„antt. merce today announced its final ]anes fron) „ , as ■'report for June.    |he wan(s Highlight of the month was a| Tho neutralist premier again park opens, which is against park regulations. A ruling will be made as soon as possible, he said, by city officials and members of the park committee of City Council. Chamber Committee Benefit Raises $219 Kenneth Davis, 29. of 1245 5th St. NW, New Philadelphia, will spend his weekends in county jail for the next 3 months by order of Common Pleas Judge J. IT. Lamneek. Davis, a pipefitter and father of 4 children, had been indicted by the January, 1963, Grand Jury for the unlawful removal of railroad brass journal bearings. His case had been deferred for a year, the court was advised, because of his assistance to police authorities in Stark and Coshocton counties in breaking a theft ring that had its center at the Canton Smelting Co. He had signed a statement of his part in the theft, the court was told. One of his accomplices, Willie Green, had already been placed on probation for 5 years A third cohort, Charles Scott, remains at large, Prosecutor Harlan Spies told Judge Lamneek. Atty. James Barnhouse pointed out that Davis, for the last 18 months, had been on good be-lavior and had been regularly employed for a year’s time. The lawyer asked that, in consideration for Davis ’ cooperation with authorities, that he be placed on 6-month probation. However,    under Lamneck’s questioning, Davis admitted he was living in open adultery and had 2 illegitimate children. “It’s a devil of a predicament,” Davis told the judge, and explained that his first wife simply would not grant him a divorce. Lamneek sentenced Davis to 3 months in jail, but suspended the term except for the weekends, or from 7 p.m. Friday to 8 p.m. Sunday. He also warned Davis that his relationship with the woman involved had to cease. Hootenanny Festival June 12 called for a summit meeting of been .swimming with a cousin from Canton. Three New Philadelphia men a Tom Barfield of Houston, Chicago, clear ... Tex., at Brownfield, Tem.., j„iCleveland’ doudy ON THE rn llltll ..... ,_____ ______ .Los Angeles, clear will appear before Mayor Jo-|tbe car the 2 men ha(* st0^en Miami, cloudy ... I N S I D E sePh Pritz at 4 P Tuesday from Bodenheimer. Sentenced , New York, clear . after they were allegedly found to 5 years for transporting a' Pittsburgh, cloudy shooting fireworks on S. Broad- stolen car across state lines, St- L£uis, clear Around The World .......... 6    way, near Breehl s Nite Club, Davis had served 21 months and 19 Saturday night.    j    recently    was paroled. Cited by police were Thomas! When Bodenheimer was called Dear Abby Dr. Alvarez .................. 17 L. Reese, 22, of 430 Pair Ave. jto identify Davis, he told sher- Dr. Crane ................... 17    NW, discharging fireworks, and iff deputies that Davis had car Goren On Bridge .......... 19    James R. Meuhlen. ?8, of 2*61pied no gun at the time the 2 Obituaries ................2  13 & 14 Beaver Ave. NE, and Dale E. men had taken his car and Meuhlen, 20, of 256 St. Clair St. forced him to dismount and dis- Sports ................ 10    “    ”    SW,    possessing    fireworks.    robe on a township road near Television ................... ®j    Police    said    32    firecrackers    Newcomerstown. For that rea- Women’s Pages ........ 10    &    11    were    confiscated    from    the    back    [son, a charge of assault and Your Horoscope ............ 19    seat    °*    a    car    used    by    the    trio.    I battery was filed by Spies. 94 73 86 64 82 56 85 81 86 64 84 63 94 71 57 53 87 65 San Fran., cloudy . Washington, clear . TODAY 7 a.m. ............ 65 RAINFALL Last 24 hours ... none TOMORROW Sunrise............4:57 Sunset.............6:02 High 94    Low    65 2,863 Given Chest X rays Mrs. Alice Scott, executive    _______ _____ secretary of County Tuberculin-p0.8*, *be festival, $109, was    Souvanna    saj^ Store Hours Set . The Chamber of Commerce announced today that stores in al the Fairgrounds. Proceeds ,hc ,eadprs of th„ thrcc [at,„,n, amounted to turned over to ries, two-thirds fat and one-third to Twin City. a7onft'rence"on tto'CommumsT>day Because of Saturday’s oh ,219 which was in Laog prince gouphanouvong,!    * Phl|adelphia will Ire open 0 hospital amulla, I hi, half-brother and the Pathet,un''1 ,:3# P-m- »« Wednesday Is to Union Hosp,- to ,eadCT has called f()r SMfh and until 9 on Thursday and Fri- It also was announced that held Plaine des Jarres. sis Assn., announced that a to* reimbursed to the committee by tai of 2,863 persons received ^be ”orden, Goshen and Superi-chest X-rays in Dover and New or danes. Philadelphia during the past! week, and 1,920 took advantage i    ■    ■    r*    11 of the diabetic tests conducted Injured 111 id 11 at New Philadelphia City Health! Department.    I    Aden    Kauffman    of    RD    2,    Do- The free tests were sponsored ver, is a patient in Union Hospi-hy Ohio County and New Phila- (fed after being injured this delphia Health Departments. morning near Schneider’s Cross-Persons who missed out on ing while he fell from a scaffold serVance of Independence Day. would! ^ was Piously announced only consent    to a    meeting on the;    la* downtown Dover stores will plain if the    Communists with-    os<> J,'* S    Wednesday, draw from    the    positions they a* Thursday and    at 9 Friday, have taken from    the neutralists    The Miracle Lane    Plaza stores since the Red drive began May cl°se a^ I® Thursday and 16.    'Friday. Queen, Band In Parade Dump Is Ignited Dover Firemen were called at Franeme Finzer, Swiss Festi- 3 p.m. Saturday to the rear of val Queen at Sugarcreek, and 812 East Ave. where a dump the free chest X rays may ob- while working on a house for the New Philadelphia Elks behind the former Henry Bam-tain them at the TB Clinic on Moomaw Lumber Co. of Sugar- Band, participated in last Sat beck property was ablaze. Fire-Infirmary Road, south of New creek. Taken to the hospital in a urday’s Balloon parade ut Ash men, who were at the site 90 Philadelphia, either Tuesday or Lingier ambulance, he is under- land. It climaxed the annual j minutes, said the blaze appar-Saturday mornings between 9 going treatment for a head in- Balloon Festival, at which Dr ently resulted from someone Forecast: Sunny, hot and hu- and 12. It will be closed on the jury, broken arm and possibly I Louis Pete, Ashland’s ambas- burning rubbish too near the mid. Fourth. j jury, oroxen arm ana possioiy i i.ouis reie, rtsiuanu » aurous- j urn inn ifractures of the other arm. sudor of music,” was honored.|duui^>. ;

  • Alex Wasylik
  • Alice Scott
  • Carole Schaffer
  • Charles Scott
  • Dale E.
  • George Shurtz
  • Gordon F. Morkel
  • Harlan Spies
  • Irene Gilbert
  • James Chaney
  • James Mathews
  • James R. Meuhlen
  • Jiiam W. Scranton
  • John Wasylik
  • Karen Rae Kin
  • Karen Roe Kinsey
  • Kenneth Davis
  • L. Reese
  • Lai Bahadur Shastri
  • Lloyd V. Davis
  • Louis Pete
  • Martin Luther King Jr.
  • Michael Schwerner
  • Michael Smith
  • Muong Soui
  • Pete Groh
  • Ray Kinsey
  • Sam Fruttoso Of Hamilton
  • Saturday Miss Kinsey
  • Swiss Festi
  • Tom Barfield
  • William J. Bodenheimer
  • William Nelson
  • William Scranton
  • Willie Green

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: June 29, 1964

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