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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Saturdays Tuscarama Spotlights County s First Television Crew Over Man Hours Are Needed Each Day To Produce The Reporter THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION VOL 24 Largest Circulation In tearawas County Dover New July 1964 Serving Over Familial PHONE 42167 7 CENTS CONNIE PATTY CUMPSTON REIGN Senior 4H Royalty Almost Stayed A t Home Connie an attractive brunet with captivating smile and cocoa reigns today as queen of Tuscarawas Countys 4H girls but the 17year old Caraway High senior al most was the girl who stayed at a brunet with blue eyes who stands 5 3 and weighs is a member of the Ragersville Junior Homemak ers and she wasnt going to enter the beauty contest stag ed at yesterdays annual 4 H picnic in Tuscora The logical club according to was Claudia An who was runnerup in the recent Miss Clayland But Claudia wanted Connie to represent their club and she finally Perhaps that explains why big tears were rolling down her cheeks yester day as Claudia and other club members crowded around Con nie to congratulate I just cant believe the daughter of and Wood row Norman said a half hour later after excitment engender ed by her picture tak ing and interviews had sub There were so many lovely girls in the James Chamber of Commerce secretary who crowned concurred in her statement in his open ing he said Boy Scouting was never like Im happy just to have watched while the judges sweat ed out their They had 44 girls to The runnersup and attendants to Queen Connie were Dianne of RD and Elaine of RD Port Selected as queen of the 54 girls in the Junior Division was Patty of 109 Un ion a pretty brownhaired Connie Norman Was on a merrygoround in more ways than one after being crowned senior queen of 4H Clubs during Thursdays annual She lost her composure during the excit ment that followed her victory but had regained it when Photographer Ralph McKee snapped her Goldwater Puts Platform Planks Up To Committee th Grader in Dover Junior Runnersup to her were fiary Ann of Bolivar nd Jody of Port Strangely Elaine and ody are members of the Port iVashington Riderettes Queen who wasnt a vinner as a junior contestant 4 was the unanimous hoice of the George iailey of Russell But cher of the Daily Times and By LEWIS GULICK SAN FRANCISCO ry the oddson favor ite in the GOP presidential called for party unity to day and told platform writers he would not dictate what to put in their Addressing the Republican platform committee at its final the Arizona senator Bliss Probably Will Join Harmony By Richard Zimmerman Daily Reporter Staff Writer SAN FRANCISCO that James Rhodes and Ohio GOP Chairman Ray Bliss have issued a joint statement to the effect that the governor will not ask the Buckeye delegates to vote for first ballot at the national contention one big question What will Rhodes and Bliss do personally inasmuch as each is a voting delegate The best bet advanced by Ohio observers already on the convention scene is that they will the same path as See Page 6 made scant reference fo the specific jabs tossed at his views y his Pennsylvania Villiam before the same group You must speak for the whole Goldwater told committee in prepared re You must seek a doc ument that will unite us on prin not divide Let the creative even in your own iclp you build a not tear down the Let the vigorous dissents test the appli cations of our not ear down the principles them Goldwater went on to expound us free society under constitutionalism at home and strength for freedom and peace added I would not presume for a mo ment to tell you what should or 39 Aboard UAL Plane Die In Tennessee Crash By KENNETH CLARK AP Searchers gathered grim evi dence today of death and de struction which followed the crash and burning of a United Air Lines plane near this moun tainous east Tennessee town late All 39 persons aboard were Investigators said 7 bags of including 23 were removed by midraorning to a special morgue set up in Newports Municipal Auditor National Guard units from nearby Morristown joined Band Performs AtNewPhila Arrnand Dover High band will conduct the Paver Concert Band program giinday it 3 at Tuscora Park in New PbUaddj The program wiU by Pravwieians Poet and Peasast lights from Cartel by Ro4g Swte lor MUi toy tor by yaWws Ifeh bf MHigh from wtsi SterjM fey aad Cljicsgo frib ance for tlxe appear s Trusi Fwwl s ians in the Federal authorities rushed into the area to seek clues which caused the big airliner to crash in good appar ently with little or no Some witnesses reported they saw the Viscount turboprop ex plode and objects fall from it shortly before The age was scattered over a wide area in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains near the North Carolina Searchers found two flight manuals but had been unable to find the planes automatic flight a port remained at the Weathervane YESTERDAY High 8Q Low fig ElstfHkre to Itigb Low cloMdv W 65 cloudy 80 fii M Clf 75 clear 34 clear 89 80 45 New Ywrfc M 4i fll clear sa m dear 87 66 M TOCAY crash scene throughout the Im sure well find addition al bodies when the wreckage has been cleaned he United askejd the Federal Bu reau of Investigation to make an inquiry into the nations worst airline crash since a Pa cific Airlines plane crashed easl of San Francisco May killing all 44 FBI agents joined rescue workers Thursday seek ing clues to the cause as well as aiding in The United flight originated in See 39 Page 6 Second Youth Fined In Theft PENNISON Pavid of was fines SUJHQ by Mayor Ponaiij Hus ton yesterday in connection with theft of parking meter according to was brpken open gnd 76 cents reflaorei yiwion was ordered to pay 125 monthly on g new which costs Walter wis yesterday uj the same theft aftd OIL charges of lrifltog m odious fe5tmctiofl ol j Police sM he carved ofl the jaj rt a of sieaJwg a in it ie s should not in to this platform in terms of specific pledges or And I look forward whole heartedly to supporting the doc ument that you he I look forward to running on I trust and will always serve this in whatever capaci ties it may Goldwater was the last sched uled star witness as the 100 man committee wound up a week of testimony and headed into closedsession writing of the jjarty document tonight and A behindthescenes fight was already on with signs it could spill into1 the convention next After lopsidedly losing a pre liminary procedural skirmish about what they termed gag rule Scranton forces on the committee presented a Ray Adkins To Cast Vote For Goldwater By JAMES DAVIS Daily Reporter City Editor James Rhodes release yesterday of Ohios 58 delegates buttoned up the Republican nomination of Barry Gold water on the first Ray Adkins of 1 of 2 dele gates from the 16th Congression al said this president of the Na tional Bank of will join the delegation in San Francisco Saturday Iwill for Goldwa he His chances to win in November are far better than most people and members the press There is a tremendous num ber of conservative people in the United They havent had anyone to vote for in the State To Act On New County School Setup Ohio state superintend ent of public said he will have these recommenda tions for the State Board of Edu cation at Mondays meeting Certification of a proposal to create a new city school district in Tuscarawas to in clude all territory in the Uhr jchsville City School Pennison Exempted Village School Pistrict end Union Local School and 9 new dis trict in Hardin County with all territory in Yil and Alger local Approval of a r e q u e s t by Mansfields ejty hoard ol edu cation to transfer acres from Lexington Local Pistriet to the BjehJaud Holt said he will reet of 9 reqiiest from aad MrsOito Kioto to transfer their property frow Clyde fespied ViJiage Pistrict trict last 20 They will in No I feel he can You cant ignore the amount of mail Ive It is a definite Adkins said 98 per cent of his mail received in connection with the campaign in the last few months has favored The other 2 per received in the last few favors Pennsylvanias Gov A few letters asked for support of Margaret Chase Smith of In the last few weeks Ive See Page 11 heaf of moderate Republican sm proposals to the 13mem jer executive The Scranton planks contrast ed pointedly on a number do mestic and foreign affairs state ments made by anc he executive committee seems certain not to accept them in Scrantons campaign manag See PLATFORM Page 6 Ohio Switch Is Big Boost For Arizonian SAN FRANCISCO AP Ohios two top Republican lead ers appear to have given Ari zona Barry Goldwater a ig boost in his drive for the OP presidential Ohio James Rhode and Ohio National Committee man Ray Bliss announce lere Thursday night that they will recommend that Ohios 5 convention delegates be free t vote for the candidate of thei choice on the conventions firs A recent Associated Press Po of the Ohio delegation showed 1 members favoring Goldwate See BIG Page 2 Missing Man Took Own Life Coroner Philip Doughten has ruled suicide by drowning as the cause of death of Mario whose body was dis covered at yesterday in the Tuscarawas River near the sewerage treatment plant by Leo The coroner said condition ol the body indicated it had been in the water several It was reported to Dover po lice yesterday that the man who lived alone in an upstairs apartment at Walnut apparently been miss ing since Chief Garri son Groh said no notes have been Reportedly in poor health Amjstadi has failed to keep an appointment with a Canton doc tor A Ralph was to take to Can ton but could not locate Afflistadi was 3 wellknown figure on Pover because of hjs He ha recently sold property on N Wahwi to Hohgrt Johnson who plans to bujld an apartmen Services to held in Tolaiwi Fweral Home with Fr Pius BuiUl will be W CaJvary He wa bftri to f aad i by o iB His Graco w Harry editor of The Daily Reporter and chairman of the Maximum points in the judging were Figure posture carriage per sonality 25 and beautysmile who wants to major in journalism when she enters is Page One editor of the Caraway High is a varsity member of the Dramatics Club and Pep See 4H Page 11 Im thrilled to death was Patty Cumpstons comment after being crowned junior 4H besting 53 She managed to catch her breath while seated in a car near the band shell where the contest was Board At Stone Creek Okays School Transfer The Stone Creek Jefferson Board of Education last night approved a resolution initiating action to join the New Phila delphia School District in the 196566 school Approval of the which calls for circulation of peti tions within the came after considerable discussion on he effects the action would have on current consolidation talks now being conducted in the Stone which will lose its charter next June as a re sult of action taken by the State Board of Education last spring because state standards are not being met was confronted with either consolidating with one or more schools or simply sending its students to another The Stone Creek board toured New Philadelphia facilities 4 months ago at which time the New Philadelphia board open ed the door for a tuition plan if desired by the Stone Creek Dover Driver Collides With County Court Judge Gust of 206 Tuscarawas pick ed the wrong man to run into State patrolmen cited Lam bros into Southern Pistrict County Court for failure to stop within the assured clear dis tance following an accident at on Route near Hearing the case would have been the other Southern County Court Judge Richard under the law and according to Prosecu tor Harlan Spies another judge will be assigned to give Lam bros an unbias According to Mus ol 1217 ft High Hew had slowed for traffic anB Lajabjos vehi cle slafflffiusd into the rear of bis were treated Union Hospitals emergency Lambros for a nosebleed and Musgrave for neck Both cars were damaged Patrolmen are continuing in vestigation of a hitskip acci dent last night at on Route 5tenths of a mile north of Alvin Himes reported that he was passing a vehicle when another vehicle hit his auto in the He said that the uni dentified vehicle went about stopped and when he ap proached the driver left the Investigation is continu In 2 accidents late yester day morning a ClfiveJlawJ youth was slightly injured and a Can ton truck driver was cite4 into At Pale board and its districts resi The resolution will be taken up by the County Board of Edu Unless there is major the New Philadel phia Board could accept the Stone Creek students without voter Stone Creek had 244 pupils last school year with 84 in high According to a ma jority of residents in the Stone Creek Jefferson District must approve the transfer via the ON THE INSIDE Around The World 6 Dear Abby 23 Alvarez 23 23 Churches 8 9 Goren On Bridge 31 Obituaries g Sports 13 14 Womens Pages 10 11 Your Horoscope 3 Error In Story It was incorrectly reported yesterday that a car driven by wglas WUlougbby of 132 Grant a panel truck in an alley behind the General Telephone buMflg on Inslead of lowghbys car hitting the which was driven by WS Pirn gle of m SJjjyEer the bit the WUJkwghby auto as gle was backing into the leaimg to the raar of   

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