Dover Daily Reporter, July 9, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter

July 09, 1964

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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 9, 1964, Dover, Ohio Record 119 Clubs Offer County Youths Training In 4-H Work Tuscarawas County 4-H clubs have broken records in club and ment today, listed these project totals: pioject eniollments during 1964.    j    Clothing,    1,029    —    taken    by    girls    to    increase    their    understanding Under the volunteer leadership of 262 advisors, a total of 639 boys and 1,379 girls are on the rolls of 119 clubs. They’re engaged in over 3,000 “learning-by-doing” projects, most of which will be exhibited during the annual County Fair in September. County 4-H Extension Agent James Marquand, in his announce- and abilities in making and selecting clothing and accessories. Livestock, 515 — includes beef, dairy, swine, sheep, horse, poultry and rabbits. Food, 367 — instruction in cooking, meal planning and nutrition. Crops and Garden, 164.    I    he    4-H project is designed as a tool to help young people learn Conservation, Entomology and Forestry, 184.    while doing and to act as a means through which leadership, train- Engineering, 358 — includes auto care, electricity,    rope, small    ing, and personality development can be included along with the motors, tractor maintenance, welding and wood-working.    education aspect. Photography, 61.    It    s    part of the Cooperative Extension Service of Ohio State Uni- Home management, housing and furnishings,    first    aid,    home    versity. Anyone desiring more information about 4-H may contact nursing and child care have been selected by 143.    the county office located in the New Philadelphia Post Office. Day After Day The Associated Press Is The Exclusive News Service of The Reporter The Daily Reporter HOME EDITION VOL. 60. NO. 306. 24 PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover - New Philadelphia, Ohio, Thursday, July 9, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Families PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS Rhodes Releases Ohio 'Votes Won't Comment Hospital Expansion ?" rSy? Pr°iect Llnderway I Ul WW! nUU I Plans f°r an extensive expan- on 15 acres of land acquired by residents in a 5-block area sur- sion program at Union Hospital    the board in the past 8 years,    rounding the hospital, also calls COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)—Gov. * were brought to light this morn-    No cost estimates were an-    for creation of a new roadway James A. Rhodes, Ohio favorite ing when County Commissioners nounced.    connecting the Boulevard with son, cleared the way today for received petitions requesting va- Vie Marsh of the hospital the township road. It would be- the 58 Ohio delegates to the Re- cation of a portion of Township board, who presented the peti- gin on the Gordon property be-    .    . publican National Convention to; Road 239, at the rear of the hos-    tions to commissioners, said the    tween Espenschied’s Oldsmobile    ()^1 h U J* ^ Hi liver* of cast their first vote for the pres- j pital.    entire building expansion plan is    garage and the present hospital '    ' 0    '    '    J,>" idential nominee of their choice. The expansion would include only in the “preliminary” location. The governor declined com-; 50 additional rooms at the rear stages, pending the outcome of Marsh told commissioners ment, however, when asked his of the present emergency en- action on the township road va- that an application for federal own preference for the nomina- trance, with additional public, cation, tion,    employe and doctor parking Shortly before his scheduled sPace across the township road The petitions, signed by 22 departure Charge Filed, Traffic Tieup Hearing Is Set Mayor C. LeMoyne Luthy said today ho has been informed that E. A. Howard of Akron, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad train- rain to answer chaines of obstructing a street by railroad agents. .j t    ..    .    ,    The    charges were filed yes- funds for a portion of the costs ,    ,    , -Ti- nu r n ■ j .u u n n a. * iu terdav bv Police Chief Garrison under the Hi -Burton Act has See HOSPITAL, Page 2 Republican National Chairman William E. Miller (center) is said to be Sen. Barry Goldwoter's current favorite for a running mote at the GOP convention in San Francisco. Miller is conferring with 2 former national chairmen, Meade Alcorn (left) and Sen. Thruston Morton. ★ ★ ★ MILLER SEEN TOP VEEP CHOICE for San Francisco, Rhodes issued a statement expressing his views. “During the caucus next Monday morning, those delegates who may wish to support their choice will be welcomed to express their beliefs and persuade their colleagues,” he said. Coldwater But GOP By HALTER R. MEARS f SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—Sen. Sees Tough Fight Presidential Victory “I am confident that every delegate will exercise individually that fine judgment which I is characteristic of this splendid I group of public officials and private citizens.” Rhodes expressed apprecia- Scranton Asks 'Elimination' OI Extremists Strike Order Hanging Over The Arizona senator made the/Zine Der Spiegel, “On Election convention vote for him as fav- By EDMOND LEBRETON SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -Pennsylvania Gov, William W. Scranton urged today that the    ___ tion for the recent caucus stand Republican platform specifically Operating Engineers’ s t r i k e eter estimated the strike would f delegates to cast their first reiect extremist groups that are wou]d cripple all Ohio high- affect about $180 million worth Road Projects COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — An Highway Director P. E. Mash- Groh as a result of a traffic tie-up which resulted Wednesday i morning when a freight train remained on the N. Tuscarawas .Ave. tracks near Cashway Lum-i ber Co. for nearly an hour. Howard will appear at the J hearing before Luthy Friday at I I p.m. Luthy said he had been informed by Solicitor Marin Corsi that Howard’s appearance in place of Hillyer is legally ac-I ceptable. Luthv also said this morning . that several witnesses have agreed to testify at the hearing. ‘alien to our shores.’ He way transcontinental trip in a two-1 Day there is going to be another orite son. Barry Coldwater, front-running engine chartered plane, switch-j horse race.’’ I take it as an evidence of one sucb SrouP- named the. John Birch Society as woj.j. and heavy construction of uncompleted work on con-has been scheduled for tracts totaling some $500 mil- testimonv candidate for the Republican mg from a commercial airliner “I know that we have a tough Them confidence and as an en- Scranton in    ______ ______ presidential nomination, said to- at the last minute.    !job    ahead” he said today “I dorsement of my administration1 Parefl l°r presentation to the tonev gave this word Wednesday projects also would day the party faces "a tough j “I expect that    all Republicans, also    know    that this    is going to as governor of Ohio, he said. 7‘ai!orm Committee, said the to Gov. James A. Rhodes and Rhodes was schedi job'; m the race    against Presi-    Wlii leave San Francisco (o beat    be a    Republican year all across dent Johnson—but added “This l vndon R Johnson and is going to be a Republican th*e presjdency of the United courthouse and from Congress ye*r: .    ,    „    „    „    tJ    States,” he said.    I to the White House. United we will win. Gold-    ,.T    ,    .. , ,    11    I    ,,    .    ,    ,    * I know that vou are going to water said in an address pre- Coldwater was quoted Tues-    v , ,    *    ,    .    ,    come    out    of this convention pared for an airport rally on dav as saving as of now no . j a t    *    .u I    .    c    u    *    r    ‘    u.    *    ,    ,    I    ,    united    and    fighting — not with his arrival in San Francisco for Republican could beat Johnson.•    „»,    u't ...    .. j j ■    T .    each    other    but with    the johnson the Republican    National Con-    He added in a    Juhe 29 intervention.    view with the Doverile’s Body Found In River A body, identified by Fire Chief Clarence Shilling as that of Mario Amistadi. 68, of 521 P Scranton Drums Still 1Pulsating' next Monday.    i lion. He added that sewer work Pre‘l Federal Mediator H. J. Mon- along with county and municipal be halted, duled to leave Without elaborating, Rhodes’! GOP has two    alternatives    in    said the    walkout decision    was    I today for the Republican Nation- the country from stfltehnusp to statement indicated to associ-1 considering “the matter of    ex-    made by    the Engineers’ Local    a1 Convention in San Francisco.    1“    un.    ui    ozi‘2 win    tHe C0Untry’ fr0m statehouse t0    ates that he was wiiUng to fore.    tremist groups and their    rela-    is.    His    office    gave no    indication    Walnut    St    Dover,    who    had go the honor of a complimentary    tionship to the    Republican    The local    represents    12,000 whether    efforts for    settlement    unreported missing from    his vote for the presidential nomin-j party.”    construction workers whose of-would be mad^before Monday. lome Mnce Monday, uas pulled ation.    One    point of view7 is, he said, ficials are in a contract di Followers of Sen. Barry Gold- that such groups have some with the Ohio Contractors ...    .      -......  -    - water have said all along that public support    and include    the    sociation,    Montonev said.    Hie position there was no need    th more than half the votes in kind of people    needed in poli- ? German ma^a-    “f‘rninii>tratl(,n anc* lts    fading    Q^io's 58 - member delegation    tics. But Scranton    added:    A    ii*    DL.*    I foreign policy, its phony    fiscal    wouid g0 for him on the second    “The other point    of view    with    ^    /Villi OF    I Hi    I Cl policy and^ its attempt to    spend    ban0t They have expressed the    which I agree says    that the    rad- political    power,    bope 0f release    from the recent    ical, extremist groups are    alien caucus decision    to cast a com-    to our shores. I can find    in    them He added    that “so-called pop-    plimentary first    vote for Rhodes,    no saving grace, ularity    polls’’    will not    win re-    but nevertheless    agreed to stand; “Our platform should    say so. See ASKS, Rage 2 se of- would be mad^betore Monday.    Huu«.u ispute Montonev said the strike date rom the Tuscarawas River near s As- was set after contractors took ‘ Dover Sewage Plant at 12:30 its way to Goldwater said. Others in the Ohio delegation showed a leaning towards Pennsylvania Gov. William Scranton. Goldwater’s only apparent rival recent Associated Press poll of the Ohio GOF dele-1 gation indicated 15 sure votes! election    for Johnson.    bv that decision at the    conven- “I am    here today because    of    lion. only one thing,” Goldwater said. By JACK BELL    j Although Curtis declined to “the support of the people in SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — deal in numbers. Sen. John G. the Republican party, right at Gov. William W Scranton went Tower. R-Tex., another Goldwa- the grass roots, who have on thumping the drums hopeful- ter strategist, said in a sepa- honored me with their millions jor nomination Iv today but Sen. Barry Gold- ratt‘ interview “we’ve got more of votes, their millions of man The most recen water’s supporters plowed con- than 700 and we’re getting hours, of selfless volunteer work fidentlv toward their goal of a more.” A total of 655 coneen- and their personal, abiding dedi- first    ballot    presidential    nomina-    tion    votes is needed for the nom- cation to    this grand young    party    ^7 Coldwater, IO for Scranton lion    for    the    Arizona    senator.    ination.    of ours.    with the rest undecided. In the face of Scranton’s dec- Scranton, the Pennsylvania Gwldwaler left Washington in-    - Aration that an “overwhelming governor, was a late starter in slstmg that .-nothing has been number of Republicans seem to the contest for the GO! prest-    TOUGH    FIGHT    Page    8 think that I ought to be nom- dential nomination. In his ef-| "__’ inated and I thi/ik I ought to be. forts to win away some of Gold-too,” the Goldwater forces water’s supporters by personal brought up a vigorous dissent, campaigning, Scranton flew into Sid Gross, plant manager of Sen. Carl T. Curtis of Nebras- $an Francisco Wednesday say- the Dover Garment Co., said ka, the Arizona senator’s con- mg he can wrest the nomination this morning that Maurice Saltz- Auto Mishaps Are Reported afternoon for further negotiating sessions. I Deo Fondriest, superintendent The unionsist last month turned Die sewage plant, spotted the down a contract negotiated aft- body and notified the Dover Fire er the old agreement expired ,and Police Departments. Fire April 30. Earl Rothermund Jr. body from the men pulled the river. County Coroner Dr. Philip was summoned to make a ruling in the death. An ambulance from Toland-Herzig Saltzman Visit Off we nave got more enough” delegate votes for the nomination “but we want more.” “We want to make the most impressive showing possible on the first ballot when Sen. Coldwater will win the nomination,’ he said. Dennison Youth Fined $168 On i Police Counts DENNISON — Walter Henry. 19, of 23 S. 2nd St., received a total of $168.60 in fines in Subdivision Budgets Due ByJuly20 County Auditor Donald Kinsey said this morning that 1965 budgets for school districts, corporations, townships and libraries are due in his office by July 20. in accordance with Ohio Revised Code. Only IO of the 65 proposals have been submitted as of today he said. executive secretary of the contractors’ association, said he was told ou^ ten that only some 400 union mem-1 In 2 minor New Philadelphia    hers attended the meeting at accidents yesterday afternoon    which the contract was rejected ,77!!^    *'*1L . ing y police investigated one and the    by a vote of 218-174. other was reported at the sta-    The issues include increased tion.    I    wages    and    a    "day    pay”    for    re-; completed At 1:04 Douglas Willoughby,    porting on the job regardless 18, of 132 Grant St., Dover, iii-    of whether weather or other formed police that he had    conditions prevented work. struck a panel truck driven by to remove the body as soon as a preliminary investigation was W. E. Pringle of 310 Shafer Ave., Dover, in the alley at the rear of the Ohio Bell Telephone Co. building on Tuscarawas Ave. NW. Willoughby said Pringle’s auto was backing from a drive at the rear of the building. No ci- Traffic Light Change Made The traffic light at S. Wooster and Iron Ave., at the Fair-entrance which previ- Relatives told police that Amistadi, who lived alone and frequently traveled, was in poor health and had made an appointment with a Canton doctor for Tuesday afternoon. A call to the doctor this morning revealed he had not kept the appoint* ment. A friend who was to take him to Canton ->aid he could not locate him on Tuesday. Friends and relatives in Pennsylvania, whom Amistadi occasionally visits, said they had not vention floor manager, said that from Goldwater and can win in man, president of the parent have got more than November. At a sweltering, jam-packed    be unable to tour the new plant gathering in the swank Mark    Friday as tentatively scheduled. Hopkins Hotel, the Pennsyl*    Gross added that Saltzman may ^ruction of village    property and vaman said he is “ready to win    visit Dover next week if his    larceny.    $31.20    for    drinx- See SCRANTON, Page 8 business timetable permits    i---------- — lie hearing on the county budg-firm, Bobbie Brooks Inc., would court here yesterday on 4 charg- ^as ^een se^ f°r Tuesday at ’    '    es. Mayor Donald Huston fined 10 a m- before County Commis- him $56.20 for malicious dc v. Weathervane Death On Rural Highways Topped Ohio Holiday Toll mg intoxicating beverages on village .streets and another $25 on a second charge of malicious destruction after Henry carved his initials in the jail wall Police said he scraped the cement to the point of requir- tation was issued. Police investigated another ac- ground _    .    j    ,    :    cident    at    2:15    in    an    unnamed    a1-    ously became a blinker light at ‘lea|d from hun L3    "aS_n7ed    fba7aLley west of 5th St. NW when a    IO:30 p.m., has been changed to car driven by Brian J. Ogle, 20, j    operate as a traffic light until of RD 4, New7 Philadelphia, col-    midnight. The change was made tided with a parked vehicle own-    upon recommendation of Safetied bv William IL Scott of 358 5th    Director William Sweitzer. St. NW.    f    Approval has also been given Ogle said ball bearings on the    to install 2 additional traffic    million    expansion    of    its    refinery seat beside him began to roll    lights on the Boulevard at Bell-    at    Toledo    and    the    eventual    clos- uff and that he tried to catch evue Ave. to supplement the mg of its century-old refinery them. No citations were issued, present light.    here sioners. Plans Expansion CLEVELAND (AP) — The Standard Oil Co. (Ohio) a -nounced plans today for a 30 2 Area Thefts Being Probed Two area thefts were boing in- Cleveland, rain .... 73 Los Angeles, cloudy 83 COLUMBUS — Failure to dents, 8 in 2-car crashes. 3 in-YESTERDAY    yield right-of-way, failure to volved a car and a pedestrian, High 79    Low    62 Obey stop signs and excessive and. 2 involved 3-car accidents. THE HEATHER ELSEWHERE speeds were the chief causes of Seven of the holiday fatalities High Low I*r. Ohio’s 21 fatal traffic deaths occurred between 2 p.m. and Albuquerque,    cloudy    91    63    .01    over the July 4 holiday, it was    midnight, 6 occurred between Chicago,    cloudy    ....    77    67    ..    reported today by Ohio Highway    midnight and 3 p.m., and 3 were 66    .04    Safety Director Warren C. Nel-    killed between 6 and 9 p.m. In 59    ..    son.    the hours between 6 a.m. and 9 77    .07    in evaluating Ohio’s death    a m., no deaths were reported. 61    2.12    toll. Nelson noted that only 4    There were no fatalities report- 03 fatalities were reported inside ed on the Ohio Turnpike or on •9® corporation limits, the remain- any of Ohio’s Interstate High-y der occurring on rural high-!way System during the entire .59 ways. Only one fatality was re- holiday, Nelson revealed. | ported on July 2, six on July 3, Despite Ohio’s 21 fatalities for IO on July 4 and 4 on Sunday. In | the 18 accidents in which the 21 persons died, ll drivers w7ere killed, 7 of the dead were passengers, and 3 w7ere pedestrians, the report revealed. Further, Nelson reported, 4 deaths occurred in one-car acci- mg repairs while awaiting trial .    ^    . ,    ,    ,    ... Vt    ,    ,    , l q j vestigated today bv sheriff dep Henry w7as cited last Sunday ,.s,a    J    * for the Intoxication charge and then Monday, admitted tearing a parking meter out of its ce ment base, destroying meter, case and post and taking 76 cents from the meter. uties A cash register a box of plums, 2 bags of potatoes and ll. S. Senators 'Enjoy7 Wrestling Match, Then Complete Quorum For Committee WASHINGTON (AP) — The Today, Senate 95 76 71 81 68 78 Miami, clear New York, ruin ... Pittsburgh, fog .... St. Louis, clear .... San Fran., cloudy ., Washington, cloudy TODAY 7 a m. ... RAINFALL Last 24    Hours    Trace TOMORROW Sunrise    .......... 5:03 Sunset    ........... 7:59 High 82    Low    60 Forecast: Sunny and warm 61 65 52 65 65 Investigate Accident State patrolmen are investigating an auto accident this morning at 11:30 on Route 21. leaders IO watermelons, total value of Senate Commerce Committee rounded up nine members $127, was reported missing this; approved 16-1 today the nomina- counting Thurmond, but morning by Jack Carling of RI) turn of LeRov Collins as direc- South Carolinian remained I, Mineral City, owner of a food tor of the Community Relations hall of the Senate Offiece Bandstand north of the village on Service under the new civil mg outside the committee room to see if a quorum did materialize. Route 8. Carling said crawled under get to the items. DAY BRIGHTENER the holiday, the state had a far better record than states with an auto registration comparable to Ohio’s, Nelson said. California led the nation with 84 victims followed bv Michigan with 38, Texas with 37, New'York 261 ‘the‘t’rap”d.7or.s'7 and Ohio with 21. If you’re “in on the ground    s,artJ>r floor,” look out—that’s where are. rights law. that the thief But the committee did not ob a wire fence to tam a quorum to vote until after an impromptu, friendly Deputies also are checking wrestling match in the hall out-into an equipment theft at a side the committee room be-strip pit near Somerdale owned tween Sens. Strom Thurmond, by Charles Mc Robie of RD 2, D S C., and Ralph W. Yarbor-New Philadelphia, operator of ough, D-Tex. the Mineral Transport Inc.    Thurmond,    the    only    senator Stolen were 2 truck radiators, to oppose Collins, prevented the Goren On Bridge 2 machinery radiators and an 17-member committee from ob- > Obituaries McRobie said taming a quorum Wednesday Sports . that the theft occurred some- when only eight other members Television time between June 29 and July showed up and he refused to en Women s Pages 6. The loss was set at $800. ter the meeting room.    | Your Horoscope ON THE INSIDE Around The World Dear Abby ........ Dr. Alvarez ....... Dr- Crane ......... had Yarborough came through the not hall on his way to the meeting the at a time when only six other in a members were inside. He grabbed at Thurmond and said, “Come on. Strom, help us make a quorum.” Thurmond pushed him back and, after a >hort scuffle, the two senators, both 61, agreed to a wrestling match with the understanding Thurmond would 2i enter the meeting room if he 21 lost and that Yarborough would ^ remain outside if he lost. They removed their coats and 8 23 13 & 14 16 ll) & ll   23 engaged in a 10-minute, incon clusive match in the corridor although Thurmond appeared at See SENATORS, Page 8 ;

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