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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Principals Featured In Layout On Page 8 Dont Miss Around World News Capsules 1 20 Largest Circulation In Tusearawas County Dover New July REPORTER HOME EDITION Serving Over FamtHtf PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Scranton Interpretation Cave Coldwater Big Ohio Boost By Richard Zimmerman Daily Reporter Staff Writer A confi dential memo to Ray stale GOP from his headquarters in Columbus is the key to the most important political decision made by Ohio the national is the story of why James Rhodes released the delegation 4 days before their caucus of this morn ing and thus gave the forces of Barry Goldwater their tremen dous psychological edge at a crucial Statements made specifically for this article by John McEl the governors top assist and documentation show Rhodes had no intention of re leasing the delegation so They also show Bliss is not an gry with Rhodes for the re because the decision was made in the end by Bliss him The story also involves what Ohio historians may note as one of the single most influen tial journalistic interpretations of the The Associated Press broke the story that Rhodes had released the The re port was based on a statement issued by the governor but which was such that it was open to serious doubt as to just what it The AP inter preted it as a release of The facts indicate Rhodes had no intention of re leasing1 the Ohio delegation so The statement did upset Bliss because it was so badly Blissheadquarters sent him a A lines in on reporting that the Co lumbus bureau of the Associated Press interpreted Rhodes state ment as an unqualified release of the delegation and that it i the story is being sent all over The wording of the memo clearly shows that of the since no explana tion of just what statement be ing referred to was necessary in message to That a memo was even needed shows that the statement was misin terpreted by The Associated who authors most of the governors important press says without qualifica See Page 2 rm SAN FRANCISCO in brief is what the proposed 1964 Republican platform pledg es on these significant issues Civil Rights Full imple mentation and faithful execu tion of the Civil Rights Law of Fiscal Affairs We also pledge prudent and responsible management of the govern ments fiscal affairs to protect the individual against the evils of spendthrift will move de cisively to assure victory in Cuba We press our OAS Organization of American States partners to join the United Slates in restor ing a freeand independent gov ernment in Health coverage of all medical and hospital costs of needy elderly people financed by general revenues through broader implementation of fed eralstate Platform Attack Observers See Move As Last ible Hope By EDMOND LEBRETON SAN FRANCISCO William Scrantons forces are making the proposed Re publican platform the battle ground in their doordie strug gle to deny Barry Goldwa ter the presidential But whose strength on the platform com mittee was displayed in the crushing of key proposals sought by said he isnt afraid of the result of any floor fight the Pennsylvanian may be able to organize That is the day for consider ing the party Hugh Scott of Scrantons promised to force votes on major amend ments in a struggle for the soul of the Republican Such a fight would be a major element in Scrantons drive to change enough delegates minds to block Goldwaters indicated firstballot nomination Wednes r The Pennsylvania governor sounded the battle cry in a let ter accusing Goldwater of al lowing the radical extremism to use you and saying Goldwaterism has come to stand for nuclear irresponsibil ity being afraid to forth rightly condemn rightwing ex tremists refusing to stand for law and order in maintain ing racial From across the party came indications that Demo crats were girding on the assumption that Goldwa ter and the platform would win GOP Democratic National Chair man John Bailey in Wash ington called the Republican platform draft a con ceived in a shadowland of fear and hate and containing ev ery radical right But the platform committee See PLATFORM Page 2 Goldwater Rejects Convention Debate By JACK BELL and HARRY KELLY SAN FRANCISCO AP Republicans haul up the curtain to day on their 1964 convention as the stars of the Arizona Barry Goldwater and William battle angri ly far in front and hunting the few more delegates he thinks he needs to lock up the presidential was describ ed as boiling mad at Scrantons latest effort to stop the fast moving Goldwater The Pennsylvania governor fired off a letter to Goldwater ithmetic of my and I am challenging him to a convinced that a true count at debate at the convention and asthis minute puts your firstballot serting the big issue is this Will the convention chose the strength at only some 620 candidate overwhelmingly fa vored by the Republican or will it choose you Doverites Father Has 59Year Career In Oriental Rug Business Rain Delays Effect Of Road WorkersStrike Ohio the time Ohios soggy highway construction sitesare dried out state peacemakers arehopeful settled a strikeby the International Union of Operating The engineers announcedtheir against the Ohio Con tractors Association Friday night which would tie up mil lions of dollars in but the full brunt of the walk out was not to have been felt until The effect was postponed after statewide rain made any work nearly Federal Mediator Mon who met with represent atives of the two sides until the early hours saidhe was quite optimistic over the ground he would not say what issues remain in ques Highway Director Mash eter and freeway expeditoer James both pointed by James A most interesting visitor in Dover is Buzant Bedro who with his wife is visit ing their Vahe BedrO and family of 124 Kinjey The son is assistant manager of the Har chem Division of Wallace Tiernan The elder Bedrosian has been in the business of sell ing and manufacturing oriental rugs 59 having been born in a college town in Armeniao 90 miles in land from the Black He is still active in the oriental rug having his office at 5th New York Bedrosian came to America when he was He has spent all jiis life since in New York except such times as business has taken him to other parts of the He started in the rug business immediately upon ar riving in America but later pen 5 years in Bulgaria igiog a It was there that he married in 1921 Bedjrosians trade has also taken him to China where to spent 8 to India for 18 t9 the Bear sad many of the countries of Most of us business is wholesaling In large Ql tfef sfcgb ssm go tft SflAitt tat high djrfy tawis tei Hjrf w Oto w mk riant as Cleveland gsA ia 0B wit w Dolores Rovai checks the names of the delegates chairs on the floor of the Cow site of the 1964 Republican National Convention beginning ap Rhodes to help settle the dis also spoke I am very optimistic that before too long this thing will be Shocknessy said early Montoney said no exact time had been set for talks today but indicated he would be working with both Frank business manager of the unions Local said the strike affects about 80 per cent of the highway sewer and water main projects in the The See Page Phila Teenager Injured In Crash Judy of 218 8th New was treated in Union Hospital for scalp lacerations following an accident gt Saturday night on Route south of New State patrolmen said she was passenger in an auto driven by Donald of W New that was struck in the rear by one operated by Joseph of Milter was ON THE INSIDE Tie World U V 11 17 fcfews turns n 14 jg U Barry Gets 42 Votes In Ohio SAN FRANCISCO AP Frontrunning Barry Goldwater grabbed 42 of Ohios 58 Republican National Conven tion votes today in a twohour Ohios favorite James kept 13 Pennsylvania William Scranton saw his Ohio strength dwindle to 2 votes and Mar garet Chase Smith of Maine picked up one The announcement of how the Ohio delegation divided up came from former John Many of the Ohio before getting down to had a full day of sightseeing Except for the delegation headquarters in the Sir Francis Drake Hotel was practically deserted all Among Sundays arrivals was the 26man Columbus Republi can Glee which has ap peared at all but two GOP ventions since Weathervane SATURDAY High 91 Low 56 YESTERDAY High 67 Low 59 Elsewhere In High Low clear 67 54 cloudy 70 54 cloudy 70 60 Los clear 88 64 clear 89 83 New rain 82 63 cloudy 68 60 clear 77 54 San clear 61 52 cloudy 86 72 TODAY 7 61 RAINFALL Last 48 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 75 Low 54 Forecast 3 Girls Drowned Ohio Three young girls drowned to day in Lake Erie near Conne aut Township police re They were tentatively identi fied by police as Gail and Shelly both of Conneaut and Marie of No other details were imme diately Stolen Auto Found An stolen in New Phila delphia over the was found by police this morning in the 100 block of 3rd The car is owned by Grace Dunstan of 212 7th 4 SAVED BY SEAT BELTS 8 Hurt In 7 Area Weekend Accidents Stale patrolmen investigated 7 accidents over the weekend in which 8 persons were Four others were saved from injury because of seat patrolmen Tuscarawas County Coroner Philip Doughten of 551 Wa bash New his 2 and and Brenda were saved from serious injury because they were all wearing seat Patrolmen said that Doughten was traveling on Township Road near yesterday at when he pulled to the right to avoid an approaching car and the berm gave causing his auto to plunge 30 feet into a clump of Four persons were treated and released at Union Hospital following an accident Sunday afternoon on Route south of New Treated were 3 members of a Canton Annabell for cervical spasm and her 2 and and Beulah of for whip lash of Patrolmen said a car driven by Margaresta of Euclid struck the rear of the Conley The Minniah wom an told officers she took her eyes off the She was cit ed for failure to stop within as sured clear Four persons were injured in 2 accidents out of the At Sunday on Route east of the Harrison Coun ty Delmont Thomp See 8 Page I have doublechecked the ar Scranton said the issue is choose the candidate over Questioning that Goldwater Re has as many delegates as he publican or will it choose claims Scranton charged that With contempt for the integrity and common sense of the your managers say in effect the de legates are little more than a flock of chickens whose necks will be wrung at Goldwater dismissed Scran tons debate challenge as rid iculous and whipped the letter But his aides said he was steaming and he failed to show up at a fundraising gala Sunday night that Scranton Hoping the letter would the senators aides ran off thousands of co pies to be distributed to dele While todays convention fare is speeches and more a floor fight loomed Tuesday over the platform carrying the senators brand which the con vention will be asked to Goldwater swept into the con ventions opening claiming 739 delegates with 655 needed for An Associated Press survey credited him with 740 firstballot including 303 delegates who favor him but are not officially The survey counts Scrantons dele gates at none In his Scranton del cared he is certain Goldwater does not have enough delegates for nomination on the first roll and said you The Pennsylvania gover nor has cited polls which show him widely preferred over Goldwater as the Scranton said Goldwaterism has come to stand for a whole See Page 2 Deputies Check 4 Area Thefts Sheriff deputies are investi gating 4 theft reports and a property vandalism received over the Thelma Crawford of Mineral City notified the deputies Satur day that someone had taken clothing and an electric valued at from her auto sometime Friday The Sheriffs Department was called Saturday night by Fred Billiter of RD who said his home had been broken into sometime Friday night and 75 worth of items Billiter told deputies a claw can of roof See Page 2 Phila Couple Hurt In Canton Crash Louis of 239 Fair New suffered a spinal injury Sun day afternoon as the result of an accident in Canton at His a passen suffered a whiplash neck injury and also was treated in Union Paris said their stopped for a traffic light at 12th and Perry was struck in the rear by one operated by Gary of Gets Bolivar Job William Gill of postal inspector for this this morning swore in longtime active Democrat party worker Bess Peoples as acting post mistress at DAY BRIGHTENER Dont worry too much about the younger generation even tually theyll slow down like the rest of DAILY REPORTER t f IN SEARCH IDick Tracy On New Detective Seeks Facsimile Of Moon Maid The search of something dif ferent is a aevereftdlng we thjnjs Plefc Trasy has cojne up with sjanjethjng wont soon Jfteet its Youve hfiaj4 of the Miss the Miss Universe1 tte Miss y contests theres Miss Mwo Maid con taJse word for ii is owl of tMs world If ym ywrseJf dont t this congest heres ent scout and kelp Dick Tracy find a Moon Mai4 Moon as undoubted ly is the appealing new Character straight out of the popular detective Shes a pretty Me tteg jn own weird She small pro wears ker light hair ifl a bouffant toss doeshaped aud tfae cutest pair of electwnjLe you ever cy ever find anyone who looks like you ask we dont but with your is sure going to and theres a lot at stake for the girl who does resemble Moon Afld we ourselves would like to see a local girl walk away with the prizes be ing offered the winner of the national Miss Moojpi Maid con test Tke motion a recording a and a trip o The winner will meet all sorts of celebrities while in the film tour the studios and stay at a glam orous And it might mean the start of a bright new ca reer in show business for some talented See why were so anxious for one of our hometown girls to win if youre the girl in ques look over the ruJes 0 mm   

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