Dover Daily Reporter, July 11, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter

July 11, 1964

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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 11, 1964, Dover, Ohio The Daily Reporter Goldwater's Margin Remains On Safe Side Dover - New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday. July I I. 1964 VOL. 60. NO. 308.    40    PAGES. 7 CENTS By LARRY OSIUS WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen, Bari) Goldwater of Arizona apparently has built up an insurmountable lead in the race for the Republican presidential nomination. If the name of tho game is “Delegates,” Goldwater has victory within his grasp. The Associated Press survey of 1.308 delegates to next week’s DERBY INSPECTION. Al Moser (left), and John Lieser, both members of the Dover Jaycees, make final inspection of the soap box derby Glen Rupe of New Philadelphia will pilot in the July 19 race. Rupe along with more than 50 other county boys, had their racers inspected and weighed this morning in preparation for the annual derby. The racers will be impounded following a test run down Wabash Ave. NW (Derby Hill) until the day of the race. New Philadelphia, Dover and Newcomerstown Jaycees, along with the county s Chevrolet dealers, are sponsoring the derby. Truck Misses Ohio Power Defendant In $75,000 Injury SuitCurve, Kills 9 BERGERAC. France (AP) -A 15 ton gasoline tank truck miN>ed a curve today and plunged through the guaid rail of a bridge where scores of spectators were waiting to watch the Tour de France bicycle race At least nine por-sons were killed and about 30 Were injured. The truck was following the bicycle race—a three week marathon that rates as one of France’s biggest sporting events —to supply gas to the police helicopter which keeps a constant survey over the race route. Several dozen persons who had been sitting on the bridge railing or leaning against it were swept off the bridge into a canal. Frogmen were called out to help the rescue efforts. Witnesses said the driver of (he truck leaped from the cab ju.^t before the truck plunged into the canal. Six bodies were recovered and th ree persons who had been injured died in the hospital at Bergerac. The 81 riders in the tour stopped for about five minutes at the scene to watch the activity. Then they pedaled off on the rest of their day’s ride—a 135-mile trek from Bordeaux to Brives. The Ohio Power Co. of New Philadelphia is defendant in a $75,000 personal injury suit filed yesterday in Common Pleas Court. Fred L. Cookson of RD I, Gnadenhutten, in hi-, petition. claims he suffered permanent injuries July 28, J 962 when elec- ON THE INSIDE Around The World Hospital News ..... Obituaries ......... Sports ........... Telev i» ion ,........ Women’s Pagers ... J  33  14 .    27 29 Ut 33 IT to 20 ... 8 & 9 tricity from power lines leading to the Ohio Adhesive Co. on Maple Ave Ext.. New Philadelphia, hurled him to the ground from the roof of the building. Cookson, an employe of Ohio Adhesive, said he was spray painting metal portions of the building with metallic paint, as instructed by his employer. The man, who says he was a patient in Union Hospital until Aug 3 and in a hospital bed at hi-, home until Aug. 25, claims the power company was negligent in that they failed to inspect the lines and apply or See OHIO POWER. Page 14 GOF convention showed    this first ballot breakdown    at    the end of the final pre-convention week: Goldwater    728 William W. Scranton    165 Nelson A. Rockefeller    102 Henry Cabot Lodge    45 Margaret Chase Smith    15 Richard M. Nixon    I Favorite sons    47 Uncommitted    205 Of Goldwater’s total—which is 73 votes more than the 655 required for the nomination if he keeps them — 118 are committed by state primary elections, 257 are instructed by GOP state and district conventions, 60 are personally pledged and 293 favor the senator but are not pledged. All of Pennsylvania Gov. See MARGIN. Page 9 Platform Writers Gnd For Battle By EDMOND LEBRETON SAN FRANCISCO (ARJ—Republican platform writers completed the first half of their 1964 campaign document early today. It reportedly was met with satisfaction from supporters of both Sen. Barry Goldwater and Gov William W. Scranton. However, backers of the rival candidates for president predicted a fight later in the day when the IOO • man platform committee convenes in closed session again to write the last half of the platform. Goldwater forces remained in firm control of the committee’s operations with the Scranton backers fighting stubbornly to rescue some of the underdog candidate's planks from the scrap pile. Meeting behind closed doors for about five hours, the drafters wrote a statement of belief for Republicans and an indictment of the Democrats. This was the less controversial half of the document. The committee arranged to take up recommendations on foreign and domestic affairs. Scranton is pushing for certain provisions in these fields that are unacceptable to the Goldwater forces. Committee Chairman Melvin Laird of Wisconsin said the text of the completed half of the platform would be issued sometime during the day for release in Sunday morning papers. Apparently the civil rights issue had been injected into a discussion of general principles, which were to be set out at the beginning of the document. Also, numerous committee members were reported eager to add accusations against the Johnson administration to the platform. Sen. Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania. convention manager for Dismissal Motions Ignored, Fine Levied In Train Tieup Dover Mayor C I.eMoyne Lathy yesterday gaveled down several dismissal motions and fined the conductor of a Baltimore & Ohio Railroad train $50 plus $6 20 in court cost- for blocking the crossing at N. Tuscarawas Ave. for more than 5 minutes. The charge, filed by Police Chief Garrison Groh following the incident last Wednesday morning, was based on Section 969 OI of the City Code Defendant was IL J. Billyer of Lorain, but he was not present at the 90-minute hearing in Council Chambers. E. A. Howard of Akron, trainmaster, appeared in place of Billyer. A decision to appeal Luthy’s ruling has not been made and Howard indicated that the B&O would pay the fine—if it is paid. Atty. James Stephenson of New Philadelphia, representing the railroad, opened the hearing with a series of dismissal motions. Solicitor Mario Curs! rep- resented the city. torsi moved that the word “unnecessarily” be inserted into the affidavit as stated in the city code and Luthy ruled it in over Stephenson’s objection. The dismissal motions follow': On grounds that the notice to Billyer to appear in court listed the incorrect crossings and did not mention the crossing in question; On grounds that the affidavit See FINE LEVIED, Page 9 Gov. William W. Scranton, told newsmen that unless the committee restores some of the Scranton material excluded from the platform, a fight oil the convention floor is likely. Supporters of Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona, predominating on the committee, had succeeded in keeping out of tho See PLATFORM, Page 33’Learner' Cited In Auto Crash UHRICHSVILLE — Police cited a driver for unsafe operation in one of 2 accidents investigated yesterday. Louvena Lesilie, 66, of 335 W. lith St., who was learning to drive, became excited, police said, when another vehicle approached and she edged too far to the side of the road, hitting a no parking sign and a tree at City Park at 3:15 p.m. Both* front fenders of the vehicle were damaged. She was cited to appear before Mayor Robert Croniser. At 6: IO pm, Dorothy E. Milburn. 40, of 220 Buckeye Hollow Rd., backed her auto from a parking space at 128 E. 3rd St., into one driven by Harold E. Hill of 207 Taylor Ave., Dennison, causing slight damage to the Hill vehicle. WeathervaneYESTERDAY High 87    Low    51 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Albuquerque, clear . 93 68 Chicago, cloudy .... 75 67 Cleveland, clear  83 59 Los Angeles, clear . 89 68 Miami, clear ....... 90    80 New York, cloudy .. 86 64 Pittsburgh, clear ... 86 57 St. Louis, cloudy ... 86 67 San Fran., clear ... 63 56 Washington, cloudy . 90 69 TODAY 7 a.rn ...............57 RAINFALL Last 24 hours .04 inch TOMORROW Sunrise............5:04 Sunset ............ 7:58 High 83    Low    63 Forecast:    Partly    clou warm, occasional showers. ;

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