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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1964, Dover, Ohio Record 119 Clubs Offer County Youths Training In 4H Work bebfl ab totalir and tL u u etoto futvt broken tecewljtirelalt project eflf01tfflentiduriiig19H Uftdef the ef 262 a 639 beys iitrf WW Birti the tells ef f f 9 etufc Tfieyb engaged in ever melt wlbe during the annuil Ceunty Pair in Sefsteffibefv in his announce these pfejeet totals r taken by girls te increase theff under standing abilities to making and selecting tbthing and LrvesleekrilS includes poul try and in planning and s and Entomology and 358 includes auta small tractor welding and Home housing and first home nursing and child care have been selected by Day After Day The Associated Press Is The Exclusive News Service of The Reporter 24 The project is designed as a tool to help young people learn while doing and to act as a means through which and personality development can be included along with thl education Its part of the Cooperative Extension Service of Ohio State Anyone desiring more information about may contact the county office located in the New Philadelphia Post DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover New July 1964 Serving Over Fomillei PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Rhodes Releases Ohio Votes Republican National Chairman William Miller center is said to be Barry Goldwaters current favorite for a running mate at the GOP convention in San Miller is conferring with 2 former national Meade Alcorn left and Thruston MILLER SEEN TOP VEEP CHOICE Goldwater Sees Tough Fight But GOP Presidential Victory By WALTER BIEARS SAN FRANCISCO Barry frontrunning for the Republican presidential day party faces in the race against Presi dent Johnsonrbut is going to Jtepublican United we will Gold water in an address pared for an airport rally on his arrivalin San Francisco for the Republican National Con The Arizona senator made the zine Der On Election transcohtinerital trip irt a twoDay there is going to be another engine chartered switchhorse airliner know that we have a tough said I last i i that If to San Fjranciscoto bea year allacross Johnson and the from statehouse to of the United courthouse and from Congress to the White I know that you are going to come out of this convention said Goldwater quoted Tues day as saying as of now no Republican could boat rd added in a June 29 inter View with the German maga Scranton Drums Still Pulsating By JACK BELL SAN FRANCISCO AP William went on thumping the drums hppeful Jy today but Barry Gold waters supporters plowed con fidently toward their goal qf a first ballot presidential nomina tion for the Arizona In the face of Scrantons dec laration that an overwhelming number ofRepublicans seem to think that I ought to be nom inated and I think I ought to the Goldwater forces brought up a vigorous Carl Curtis of Nebras the Arizona senators vention floor said that we have more than enough delegate votes for the each other but with the Johnson administration and its failing foreign its phony fiscal policy and its attempt to spend its way to political Goldwater He added that socalled pop ularity polls will not win re election for I am here today because of only one Goldwater nomination but we want We1 want to make the most Impressive showing possible on the first ballot when Goldi water will win the he Weathervane YESTERDAY High 79 Low 63 THE WEATHER cloudy 81 cloudy 11 raw 73 fcfls cloudy cJeaj m New m 11 61 m m m Although Curtis declined to deal in John another Goldwater said in a separate interview weve got more than 700 and were getting A total of 655 convention votes is needed for the the Pennsylvania was a late starter in the contest for the GOP presidential In his efforts to win away some of Goldwaters supporters by personal Scranton flew into San Francisco Wednesday saying he can wrest the nomination from Goldwater and can win in At a jampacked gathering in the swank Mark Hopkins the Pennsylvanian he ready to win See Page support of the people in the Republican right at the grass who have honored me with their millions of their millions of man of selfless volunteer work and their abiding dedication to this grand young party of Goldwater left Washington insisting that nothing has been See TOUGH Page 8 Visit Off Sid plant manager of the Dover Garment said this morning that Maurice president of the parent Bobbie Brooks would be unable to tour the new plant Friday as tentatively Gross added that Saltzman may visit Dover next week if his business Death On Ru Topped Ohio COLUMBUS Failure to yield failure to otoy stop signs and excessive the chief causes of 21 fatal traKis deaths over the July 4 it was reported to4ay by Ohio Highway Safety Pirectof Jjj Ohios tfilL that qjjjy fatpIjUtt were tasids eorporaiiofl tfee Highways Holiday Toll in 3cgr 3 involved a car and involved 3car Seven of the holiday fatalities occurred between 3 and 6 occurred between midnight and 3 and 3 were killed betweea 6 ajjd In the hours between 6 8ffl and 9 JLQ wgre bjrg w feiatifce wportfid on the Turopite or on Of OMas Interstate Hi TOfiAf n m Ust 2i Trace 4er ways W w My I sM f m smdmts ia ii dwers 7 of tte 4jaJ were My is 9 Wtwed better 2J feiaMes for tbe to led the foJJg ft 1 ta bj vie n Wont Comment On Preference For GOP Nod Ohio James Ohio favorite cleared the way today for the 58 Ohio delegates to the Re publican National Convention to cast their first vote for the pres idential nominee of their The governor declined com when asked his own preference for the nomina Shortly before his scheduled departure for San Rhodes issued a statement ex pressing his During the caucus next Mon day those delegates who may wish to support their choice will be welcomed to ex press their beliefs and persuade their he I am confident that every delegate will exercise individu ally that fine judgment which is characteristic of this splendid group of public officials and private Rhodes expressed apprecia tion for the recent caucus stand of delegates to cast their first convention vote for him as fav orite I take it as an evidence of their confidence and as an en dorsement of my administration as governor of he Without Rhodes statement indicated to associ ates that he was willing to fore go the honor of a complimentary vote for the presidential nomin Followers of Barry Gold water have said all along that more than half the votes in Ohios 58 member delegation would go for him on the second They have expressed the hope of release from the recent caucus decision to cast a com plimentary first vote for but nevertheless agreed to stand by that decision at the conven Others in the Ohio delegation showed a leaning towards Penn sylvania William Goldwaters only apparent rival for the The most recent Associated Press poll of the Ohio GOP dele gation indicated 15 sure votes for 10 for Scranton with the rest Dennison Youth Fined On 4 Police Counts DENNISON Walter of 23 2nd received a total of in fines in court here yesterday on 4 charg Mayor Donald Huston fined him for malicious de struction of village property and petty for drink ing intoxicating beverages on village streets and another on a second charge of mali cious destruction after Henry carved his initials in the jail wall Police said he scraped the cement to the point of requir ing repairs while awaiting trial Henry was cited last Sunday or the Intoxication charge and then admitted tearing a parking meter out of its ce ment destroying case and post and taking 7U cents from the Investigate Accident State patrolmen are investi gating auto accident this at o gfUGHTfNit tfes trap Hospital Expansion Project Underway Plans for an extensive expan sion program at Union Hospital were brought to light this morn ing when County Commissioners received petitions requesting va cation a portion of Township Road at the rear of the hos The expansion would include 50 additional rooms at the rear of the present emergency en with additional employe and doctor parking space across the township road on 15 acres of land by the board in the past 8 No cost estimates were an Vic Marsh of the hospital who presented the peti tions to said the entire building expansion plan is only in the preliminary pending the outcome of action on the township road va The signed by 22 residents in a 5block area sur rounding the also calls for creation of a new roadway connecting the Boulevard with the township It would be gin on the Gordon property be tween Espenschieds Oldsmobile garage and the present hospital Marsh told commissioners that an application for federal funds for a portion of the costs under the HillBurton Act has See Page 2 Scranton Asks Strike Order Elimination Of Extremists By EDMOND LEBRETON SAN FRANCISCO CAP Pennsylvania William Scranton urged today that the Republican platform specifically reject extremist groups that are alien to our He named John Birch Society as one such Scranton in testimony pre pared for presentation to the Platform said the GOP has two alternatives in considering the matter of ex tremist groups and their rela tionship to the Republican One point of view he that such groups have some public support and include the kind of people needed in poli But Scranton added The other point of view with which I agree says that the rad extremist groups are alien to our I can find in them no saving Our platform should say See Page 2 Subdivision Budgets Due ByJuly20 County Auditor Donald Kinsey said this morning that 1965 budgets for school cor townships and librar ies are due in his office by July in accordance with Ohio Re vised Only 10 of the 65 proposals have been submitted as of to day he It also was noted that a pub lic hearing on the county budg et has been set for Tuesday at 10 before County Commis 2 Area Thefts Being Probed Two area thefts were being in vestigated today by sheriff dep A cash a box of g bags of potatoes and 10 total value of was reported missing this morning by Jack Cariing of RD Mineral owner of a food stand north of the village on Route Carting said that the thief a wire fence to get to the also are tfeg Mineral Transport Stolen 2 tmck raptors elejcitric radiators an4 timi some n and Jjjjy Hanging Over Road Projects Ohio AP An Operating Engineers strike that would cripple all Ohio high way and heavy construction of uncompleted work on con work has been scheduled for next Federal Mediator Mon toney gave this word Wednesday also would be to James Rhodes and said the walkout decision was made by the Engineers Local The local represents construction workers whose of ficials are in a contract dispute with the Ohio Contractors As Montoney 2MinorPhila Auto Mishaps Are Reported In 2 minor New accidents yesterday afternoon police investigated one and the other was reported at the sta At Douglas of 132 Grant in formed police that he had struck a panel truck driven by Pringle of 310 Shafer in the alley at the rear of the Ohio Bell Tele phone building on Tuscara was Willoughby said Pringles au to was backing from a drive at the rear of the No ci tation was Police investigated another ac cident at in an unnamed al ley west of 5th NW when a car driven by Brian of RD New col lided with a parked vehicle own ed by William Scott of 358 5th Ogle said ball bearings on the seat beside him began to roll off and that he tried to catch No citations were Highway Director Mash eter estimated the strike would affect about million worth tracts totaling some mil He added that sewer work along with county and municipal Rhodes was scheduled to leave today for the Republican Nation al Convention in San His office gave no indication whether efforts for settlement would be Montoney said the strike date was set after contractors took the position there was no need for further negotiating The unionsist last month turned down a contract negotiated aft er the old agreement expired April Karl Rothermund execu tive secretary of the contractors said he was told that only some 400 union mem bers attended the meeting at which the contract was rejected by a vote of The issues include increased wages and a day pay for re porting on the job regardless of whether weather or other conditions prevented Traffic Light Change Made The traffic light at Woo Charge Traffic Tieup Hearing Is Set Mayor LeMoyne Luthy said today he has been informed that Howard of Balti more Ohio Railroad train will appear in place of Conductor Hillyer of Lo rain to vanswer chaises of ob structing a street by railroad The charges were filed yes terday by Police Chief Groh as a result of a traffic tie up which resulted Wednesday morning when a train mained on the Tuscarawas tracks near Cashway Lum ber for nearly an Howard will appear at the hearing before Luthy Friday at 1 Luthy said he had been informed by Solicitor Mario Corsi that Howards appearance in place of Hillyer is legally ac Luthy also said this morning that several witnesses have agreed to testify at the Doverites Body Found In River A identified by Fire Chief Clarence Shilling as that of Mario of Walnut who had been reported missing from his home since was pulled from the Tuscarawas River near the Dover Sewage Plant at this Leo superintendent of the sewage spotted the body and notified the Dover Fire and Police Fire men pulled the body from the County Coroner Philip Doughten was summoned to make a ruling in the An ambulance from TolandHerzig Funeral Home was standing by to remove the body as soon as a preliminary investigation was Relatives told police that who lived alone and frequently was in poor health and had made an ap pointment with a Canton doctor for Tuesday A call to the doctor this morning revealed he had not kept the appoint A friend who was to take him to Canton said he could not T aiiu iciauvca ill ster and Iron at theFair whom Amistadi occa grounds entrance which previsionally said they had not ously became a blinker light at heard from has been changed to operate as a traffic light until The change was made upon recommendation of Safety Director William Standard Plans Expansion CLEVELAND AP The Approval has also been given to install 2 additional traffic lights on the Boulevard at Bell evue to supplement the present Ohio a nounced plans today for a 30 million expansion of its refinery at Toledo and the eventual clos ing of iis centuryold refinery Senators Enjoy1 Wrestling Then Complete Quorum For Committee WASHINGTON AP The Senate Commerce Committee approved 16 today the nomina tion of LeRoy Collins as direc tor of the Community Relations Service under the new civil rights But the committee did not ob tain a quorum to vote until aft er an friendly checking wrestling match in the hall out equipment theft at a side the committee room be pit near Somjerdaie owned tween Strom by Charles McRobie of BD and Ralph Yarhor operator of the only senator to oppose prevented the J7member committee from l t fg laid taming a quorum Wednesday eight SMd he re ler the aieetijog room Senate leaders had Yarborough came through the rounded up nine members nothall on his way to the meetin j mi i i i t im counting but the South Carolinian remained in a hall of the Senate Officce Build ing outside the committee room to see if a quorum did materi ON THi INSIDF Around The World 8 Dear Abby Alvare 21 PiCrane 553 On Obituaries 2 Sports Womens Pages w 13 ft 14 at a time when only six other members were He grabbed at Thurmond and Come help us make a Thurmond pushed him back after a short the two both agreed to a wrestling match with the un derstanding Thurmond would enter the meeting room if he lost and that Yarborough remain outside if he They removed their coats engaged in a incon clusive match in corridor Thurmond
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