Dover Daily Reporter, July 10, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter

July 10, 1964

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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 10, 1964, Dover, Ohio Saturday's Tuscarama Spotlights County's First Television Chief, Crew Over 600 Man Hours Are Needed Each Day To Produce The Reporter The Daily Reporter HOME EDITION .*•' • * • VOL 60. NO. 307. 24 PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover - New Philadelphia, Ohio, Friday, July IO, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Familia* PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS CONNIE NORMAN, PATTY CUMPSTON REIGN Senior    4-H Royalty    Almost ! At ' Connie Norman, an attractive brunet with captivating smile and cocoa tan. reigns today as queen of Tuscarawas County’s 1,380 4-H girls but the 17-year-oid Caraway High senior almost was “the girl who stayed at home.” Connie, a brunet with blue eyes who stands 5’ 3” and weighs 112, is a member of the Ragersville Junior Homemakers and she wasn’t going to enter the beauty contest stag ed at yesterday’s annual 4 - H I picnic in Tuscora Park. The I logical club entrant, according to Connie, was Claudia Andrews, who was runnerup in the recent Miss Clayland contest. But Claudia wanted Connie to represent their club and she finally consented. Perhaps that explains why big tears were rolling down her cheeks yesterday as Claudia and other club members crowded around Connie to congratulate her. “I just can’t believe it,” the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Norman said a half hour later after excitment engendered by her crowning, picture taking and interviews had subsided. “There were so many lovely girls in the competition.” James Burgess, Chamber of Commerce secretary who crowned Connie, concurred in her statement when, in his opening remarks, he said: “Wow, Boy Scouting was never like this. I’m happy just to have watched while the judges sweated out their assignment.” They had 44 girls to judge. The runnersup and attendants to Queen Connie were Dianne Graef, 16. of RD 3. Dover, and Elaine Mizer, 16, of RD I, Port Washington. Selected as queen of the 54 girls in the Junior Division was Patty Cumpston, 13, of 109 Union Ave., a pretty brown-haired 8th Grader in Dover Junior High. Runnersup to her were Mary Ann Baker, 14. of Bolivar and Jody Stemple, 14, of Port Washington. Strangely enough. Elaine and Jody are members of the Port Washington Riderettes Club. Queen Connie, who wasn’t a winner as a junior contestant 4, years ago, was the unanimous choice of the judges, George Gailey of WJEP. Russell Butcher of the Daily Times and Coldwater Puts Platform Planks Up To Committee Harry Yockey. editor of The Daily Reporter and chairman of the panel. Maximum points in the judging were: Figure IO, posture 25, carriage 25, personality 25 and beauty-smile 15. Connie, who wants to major in journalism when she enters college, is Page One editor of the Caraway High paper, is a varsity cheerleader, member of the Dramatics Club and Pep See 4-H ROYALTY, Page ll ★ Bv LEWIS GULICK SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Bar-ry Coldwater, the odds-on favorite in the GOP presidential race, called for party unity today and told platform writers ^ whole party.” Coldwater he .......... put made scant reference fo the specific jabs tossed at his views by his rival, Pennsylvania Gov. William W. Scranton, before the same group Thursday. “You must speak for the told should not go into this platform in terms of specific planks, pledges or programs.” And “I look forward wholeheartedly to supporting the document that you draft.” he said. sheaf of “moderate Republicanism” proposals to the 13-member executive committee. The Scranton planks contrasted pointedly on a number do- ...................... , "I look forward to running on mt'stic and foreign affairs state- j would not dictate what to the committee in prepared re- it. I trust and will always serve ™ents ma(^e by Coldwater, and it in their planks.    marks. “You must seek a doc-j this party, in whatever capaci-1 ^e executive committee seems Addressing the Republican Ument that will unite us on prin-! ties it may assign.”    certain not to accept them in platform committee at its final ciple, not divide us.” hearing, the Arizona senator “Let the creative differences, uled star witness as man committee wound Connie Norman was on a merry-go-'round in more ways than one after being crowned senior queen of 4-H Clubs during Thursday's annual picnic. She lost her composure during the excitment that followed her victory but had regained it when Photographer Ralph McKee snapped her picture. Rhodes, Bliss Probably Will Join Harmony By Richard Zimmerman Daily Reporter Staff Writer SAN FRANCISCO — Now that Gov. James A. Rhodes and Ohio COP Chairman Ray C. Bliss have issued a joint statement to the effect that the governor will not ask the Buckeye delegates to vote for him on first ballot at the national convention one big question remains. What will Gov. Rhodes and Coldwater was the last sched- Scranton's campaign manag-the IOO* See PLATFORM PLANKS, Page 6 even in your own committee,I    up a,    ^ help you build a platform, not week °f    a"d tear down    the party. Let the    ‘"t0    ^^sion writing of    Al J 'f Jl L' vigorous dissents test the appl,-    d“‘    a"d UlHO jWllCH cations of    our principles, not i tear down    the principles them-    A    behind-the-scenes fight was selves.”    already    on    with    signs    it    could Coldwater went on to expound sPlJ1 into the convention next ; his philosophy—a free society w'eek. under constitutionalism at home 1 After lopsidedly losing a pre-and strength for freedom and liminarv procedural skirmish peace abroad—but added:    “I    about what they termed “gag would not presume for a mo- rule” Thursday, Scranton forces ment to tell you what should or on the committee presented a ★    I    ★ Is Big Boost For Arizonian Ray Adkins To Cast Vote For Goldwater SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -Ohio’s two top Republican leaders appear to have given Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwater a big boost in his drive for the COP presidential nomination. Ohio Gov. James A. Rhodes and Ohio National Committeeman Ray C. Bliss announced here Thursday night that they will recommend that Ohio’s 58 convention delegates be free to vote for the candidate of their By JAMES DAVIS    | last 20 years. They will in No- Daily Reporter City Editor    I vember. “Gov. James Rhodes’ release “I feel he can win. You can’t J Bliss do personally inasmuch as    yesterday    of Ohio’s 58 delegates    ignore the amount of mail I’ve each is a voting delegate?    buttoned    up the Republican    had. It is a definite possibility.”    choice on    the convention’s first The best bet advanced by nomination of Sen. Barry Gold- j    ballot. Ohio observers already on the water on the first ballot.” Ray1 Adkins said 98 per cent of his \ recent Associated Press Poll i convention scene is that they    T. Adkins    of Dover, I of 2 dele-    mail received in connection with    0f the Ohio delegation    showed 15 will follow the same path as    gates from the 16th Congression-    the campaign in the last few    members    favoring    Goldwater See HARMONY, Page 6 39 Aboard UAL Plane Die In Tennessee Crash scene throughout crash rushed night.    _ “I’m sure we’ll find addition-1 ber °f c?n^enatl\T,    in al District, said this morning. months has favored Goldwater. Adkins, president of the Na-1 The other 2 per cent, received tional Bank of Dover, will join in the last few weeks, favors the delegation in San Francisco Pennsylvania’s Gov Scranton. Saturday afternoon.    *    A few letters asked for support “I will vote for Sen. Goldw'a-of Sen. Margaret Chase Smith of ter,” he said. “His chances to Maine. win in November are far better! “In the last few' weeks I’ve, than most people and members | ®ee ADKINS, Page ll of the press say. “There is a tremendous num- Sce BIG BOOST. Page 2 ''I'm thrilled to death” was Patty Cumpston's comment after being crowned junior 4-H queen, besting 53 others. She managed to catch her breath while seated in a tar near the band shell where the contest was staged. By KENNETH CLARK ians in the task. NE VV PORT, Ienn. (AP) Federal authorise Searchers gathered grim evi- .    .,    .    ,    ....____M _____ _________ ,    , , r i    ,,j j into the area to seek clues , ,    ,    the    United    States    Thev    havpn’t donee today of death and de-    a1 bodies when the wreckage unuea oldies, mey naven i struction which followed the whlch caused the big airliner to    has been ck?aned up -    he said. had anyone to vote for in the crash and burning of a United cra-vh in good weather,    appar-    United asked    the Federal Bu- Air Lines plane near this mown- ently with little or no warning, reau of Investigation to make famous east Tennessee town Some Wllnesses reported thev an in9uiry into the nation’s late Thursday. All 39 persons _____ it__  A 4 t _______-    worst airline crash since a Pa aboard were killed. Investigators said 7 bags of    ,    .    . fragments, including 23 bodies, shorlly before dark. The    wreck-    ^ 44 aboard. were removed by midmorning a^e was scattered <)ver    a wide    pgj agerds    joined    rescue to a special morgue set up in aroa in tbe foothills of the Great woricers Thursday night, seek-Newport’s Municipal Auditon- *.m°V;V_ Mountains near the ing cjues to the cause as well as urn. National Guard units from ^ortb Carolina border.    aiding in identification, nearby Morristown joined civil- Searchers found two flight I    United    flight    originated    in manuals but had been unable to j    3®    DIE,    Page 6 find the plane’s automatic flight I    - recorder. Dr. VV. B. Robinson, a Newport physician, remained at the State To Act saw the Viscount turbo-prop ex- Lflc    bashed    eastI    ..    _ of San Francisco May 7, Wimp. A- Ugw. fAimfw School Setup 'Missing' Man Took Own Life the cause of death of Mario Am-istadi, 68, whose body wras discovered at 12:20 p.m. yesterday in the Tuscarawas River near Board At Stone Creek Okays School 'Transfer' and its district’s resi- Band Performs At New Phila V Weathervane YESTERDAY High 80    Low    62 Elsewhere In U.S. Armand Houk, Dover High band director, will conduct the Dover Concert Band program Sunday at 3 p.m. at Tuscora Park iii New Philadelphia. The program will include: Albuquerque, cloudy “Onward March” by Luthold, Chicago, cloudy .. “Marcha Provinciana” by Chav- Cleveland, clear .. ez, “Poet and Peasant Over- Los Angeles, clear ture” by Von Suppe, “High- Miami, clear ..... lights from Carousel” by Rodg- New York, cloudy ers, “The Second Suite for Mili- Pittsburgh, clear . tary Band” by Holst, “Valdres St. Louis, clear .. March” bv Hansson. “High- San Fran., clear . Second Youth Fined In Theft DENNISON - David Lindon.!1" Tuscarawas County to in- 20. of Deatsville, was fmed cl“de „a11 '"rlt°ry in, tde ,Uhr‘ $112.40 bv Mayor Donald Hus-^hsV!ll<> £lty School Distort. ton yesterday ut connection withl?e"nif°" E x * m J? * d v'Nie School District and Union Local lights from West Side Story” by Bernstein, and “Chicago Tribune March” by Chambers. Arrangements for the appearance are made w'ith the cooperation of the American Federation of Musicians and the Recording Industries Trust Fund. Donald Angel of Dover is band manager. 75 55 84 63 89 80 63 61 80 56 87 66 67 56 65 The Stone Creek - Jefferson    its charter next June as a re-    board Board of Education last night    j sujt of action taken by the State    dent approved a resolution initiating    B(|ard of Education Jast action to join the New Phila- ,    a    . delphia School District in the    bec*use slale standards are not ,1965-66 school year.    being met was confronted with Coroner    Philip    Boughten    has! Approval of the move, which    either consolidating with one or    phia    Board ruled suicide by drowning    as    ca^s Tor circulation of peti-    ; more schools or simply sending    Stone    (reek tions within the district, came    its students to another district.    voter    approval, after considerable discussion on The stone Creek board toured Stone Creek had the effects the action would    New Philadelphia facilities 4 have on current consolidation    months ago at which time the talks now being conducted in    New Philadelphia board “open- the sewerage    treatment    plant by, the county.    ed the door” for a tuition plan    J™’ity    of residents in the Stone Leo    Fondriest,    superintendent.    I Stone Creek, which will lose    if desired by the Stone Creek    ( ,V(‘k    ' Jefferson District must V TP lf I*    ,    i    The    coroner said condition of    ma    rn    nefitinn ^ transfei via the E- Holt-. sfa,e superintend- |the body indicated it had been    Dn’wok    fft /i’Joc    petitions, ent of public instruction, said in the water several days. l/UVCl LS /IV Cl LU/l/UcJ    , he will    have these recommenda-    j It    was reported to Dover po-!    ON THE INSIDE bons for the State Board of Edu-; ljce yesterday that the man,; IA/JlL    liirJnn cation at Monday’s meeting:    COl/flty    LOUft Judge    ~ Certification of a proposal to st ^ had apparently been miss- Gust Lambros, 69. of 206 N. Hospital’s emergency room, Dear Vbbv ..... create    a    new    city school    district    [ng    since Monday. Chief Garri-    Tuscarawas Ave., Dover,    pick-    Lambros    for    a    nosebleed and Dr. Alvarez ..... son    Groh said no notes have    ed the    wrong man    to run into    Musgrave for    neck    pains.    Dr. (bane ...... been found.    yesterday.    Both cars were damaged (burdies Reportedly in poor health,    Slate    patrolmen    cited    Lam-    heavily.    Goren On Bridge Amistadi has failed to keep    an    bros into Southern District    Patrolmen are continuing inappointment with a Canton doc-1 County Court for failure to stop    castigation of a hit >>kip aeci- ithin the assured clear dis-    dent last night at 9 20 on Route COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)-Dr. The resolution will be taken up by tin* County Board of Education. Unless there is major objection, the New Philadel-•ouJd accept the students without 244 pupils last school year with 84 in high school. According to reports, a ma tt'or kl .... 6 .... 23 ,... 23 ,... 23 8 & 9 ... 21 High Low Pr. I theft of a parking meter which, cli iv *    i    °    °    appointment with a Canton doc- C ly 86 BS .. according to police, was broken ,c . 11 Ulstr'ct' and * new, d,s' tor Tuesday. A friend, Ralph w .. 80 62    ..    open    and    76 cents remold. I nct ,n Hardl" C™nly Wll,hal1 Festi, was to take him to Can- It Obit uario Snorts 13 & lance following an accident at 21, 5-tenths of a mile north of Women b Your H< Pages 14 16 IO & ll 23 Error In Story It was incorrectly reported Washington, cloudy 84 TODAY 7 a.m.............. 62 RAINFALL Last 24 hours . .14 inch TOMORROW Sunrise ........... 5:03 Sunset ............ 7:58 High 84    Low    58 Forecast: Sunny and mild. ope Lindon was ordered to pay I !e.rni0wV !” «Ua»f‘J^rapIj(1 Vl1* I ton but could not locate him.    4:40 p m on Route 250, near    Strasburg. $25 monthly on a new meter, jfu” McGuffey- c onald and; Amistad* was a well-known j    Uhrichsville.    Alvin M. Himes reported that .15 which costs $81.    !Alger local districts.    figure on Dover streets because! Hearing the case would have he was passing a vehicle when .05 Walter Henry, 19,    was    fined Approval of a    request by    of his frequent walks. He had    been the other driver, Southern    another vehicle hit his    auto in .. j $168.60 yesterday in    the    same    Mansfield’s city    board of edu-    j recently    sold a property on    N.    County Court Judge Richard B.    the rear.    He said that    the    urn-    yesterday that a    car driven by .07 theft and also on charges of j cation to transfer 123.7 acres Walnut St. to Hobert Johnson,    Musgrave. How ever, under the    dentified v ehicle w ent about SOO    Douglas Willoughby    of 132    Grant drinking on village streets and from Lexington Local School1 who plans to build an apartment    law and according to Prosecu-    feet, stopped and w hen he ap-j St., Dover, struck a    panel    truck malicious destruction of prop- District to the Richland County building there.    |    tor Harlan Spies another judge proached the driver left the in an alley behind the General erty. Police said he carved his School District.    , Services were to be held at will be assigned to give Lam- scene. Investigation is continu- Telephone Co. building on Tusc- initials on the jail wall.    Holt said he will recommend 12:30 p.m. today in Toland-Her-: bros an unbias hearing.    mg.    1 arawak Ave. NW. Instead of Wil- When the 2 youths were re- disapproval of a request from z*8 Funeral Home with Rev. Fr.1    According to patrolmen, Mus-    In 2 accidents late yester-    loughby’s ear hitting the    truck, leased yesterday Uhrichsville    Q{t()    j^jobn    .    Pius officiating. Burial will be grave, 57, of 1217 E. High Ave., day morning a Cleveland youth I which w’as driven by W. E. Prin- police arrested Henry on a ■ ‘    *    °    in Calvary Cemetery. He was New Philadelphia, had slowed was .slightly injured and a Can- gle of 310 Shafer Ave , the truck charge of stealing a    meter in    transfer their    property from    born jn    Tyrol, Austria, and    is    for traffic and Lambros’ vohi-    ton truck    driver was cited    into    hit    the Willoughby auto as    Pnn- that city, smashing    it    and    Clyde Exempted    Village District    survived    by a brother. John,    of    cie slammed into the rear end    court.    gle    was backing    into the    alley throwing it into a creek. He is j to Sandusky County School Dis- RD I, Dover. His wife, Graco- of his vehicle.    j    At 11:55 Dale T. Murphy, 16, leading to the rear of the telebeing held pending a hearing, trict.    mina, died in 1959.    i    Both    were    treated    in    Union!    See DRIVAS, Page 6 j phone building. ;

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