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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Gates To filth Ohio State Fair Swing Open Friday At 9 Story On County 4H Style Revue Page 13 New look to The Reporter for newspaper leadership THE DAILY REPORTER 26 Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew August 1964 HOME EDITION w Serving Over PHONE 42167 7 CENtS Johnson Nods To Humphrey By JACK BELL Associated Press Political Writer ATLANTIC AP The team of Lyndon John of Texas and Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota squared off today for the 1964 presidential battle with thundering Democratic convention acclaim behind them as the party All that remained to kick off the hostilities with the Republi can GoldwaterMiller ticket was President Johnsons formal ac ceptance tonight of the presi dential nomination he won by acclamation Wednesday Humphrey also will formally accept the vice presidential Johnson was expected to tell assembled for a ses sion at which the late President John Kennedy was to be that his will be a campaign aimed at achieving prosperity and He might also give the party faithful something to yell about by jibing at GOP presidential nominee Barry Goldwater and his running William Then almost as soon as the curtain drops on their bedlam by the the Presi dent and Humphrey plan to head for the LBJ Ranch in Tex as to plot their autumn There in the shade of the live oaks on the banks of the we will talk over our duty for the next few said But before packing dele gates and party officials will salute the Presidents 56th birth day with a fireworks spectacu lar and a huge party for some Mrs Jacqueline the Presidents was to ar rive She does not intend to attend the convention pro gram but will greet delegates at a In a dramatic turn to a con vention that had followed form so closely it was on the dull Johnson broke a string of The President had held on to his secret that Humphrey was his choice for the vice presiden tial nomination until he was ready to board a plane to Atlan tic who had flown to Washington at the Presidents was at his Taking the senator by the Johnson walked over to newsmen standing behind a bar rier and said Meet the next vice The world thus learned of the about three hours be fore many delegates to this con vention knew that it had been No modern president had ever kept counsel about a run ning mate so Humphrey and Thomas who also had been summoned to the white house from Atlantic GETS Page 13 Cleo Puts Steam In Florida Punch Khanh Stays As Top Man In Viet Nam Viet Nam AP The ruling military revolution ary council elected Nguyen Khanh and two other top generals today to run South Viet Nam for the next two Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota was talking to a Minneapolis radio station Wednesday morn ing when another phone On the other end was President Lyndon inviting him to come from Atlantic City to the White House to exchange views on the vice Everything culminiated with his selection as LBJs running mate last HUBERTS SWEETEST VICTORY Man Who Came Back By ARTHUR EDSON ATLANTIC AP For Hubert Horatio Hum the man who came this was sweet victory There he stood Wednesday point ing happily to friends he recog nized in the milling crowd be as thousands cheered in this giant convention Everything had gone right for Hubert Humphrey at Not only had President Johnson finally picked him as his vice presidential running Johnson had made it all the lovelier by performing an un heard of political coming from Washington to nominate Humphrey in Watching Humphrey in all his 56 Today Is Pronounced Tit By LEE GARRETT it seemed impossible that only four short years ago he looked to be washed fin But lets go back for a mo to that rainy night of May in r This was the windup of a tough John Kennedy and Hu bert Humphrey of Minnesota were the two and they hit each other with all that they No one who took part in or who watched that West Virginia Democratic presiden tial primary will ever forget All the odds were expected to favor He was a Protestant running against a Roman Catholic in Protestant He spoke the homey language hill folks could under But the Kennedy resources and the knowledge Kennedy political and the combined energy of the restless Kennedy tion handed him without contest familX changed what looked like WASHINGTON AP Wednesday dent 56 years old to1 The verdict of four doctors on has his partys overwhelmhis physical condition was ing endorsement for another closed by the President Wednes term in office and his doctors day as he led newsmen on a assurance he is physically fit mile talking as he circled for an active vigorous For a birthday he was assured a rousing reception 15 laps aroundthe back drive way of the White Loping easily along in the from the Democratic nighhumidity heat Johnson con Convention in Atlantic Cityjvinced lessathletic newsmen of where he goes tonight to accept the doctors finding that his formally the fullterra fn Weathervane YESTERDAY High 79 Low 48 Elsewhere In rain 85 57 cloudy 77 61 clear 54 Los cloudy 82 65 rain 85 M New clear 89 61 clear 51 cloudy 81 65 San clear 56 clear n 67 TQBAT 7 51 RA1NFAU 24 hours none TOMORROW M t i High 88 Low 63 Partly tered DAY UIGHTENEi exercise tolerance continues to be superb despite a serious heart attack in In the course of the 90minute afternoon Johnson Foresaw a Democratic tory in saying var ious polls show we gener certain defeat into spectacular Humphrey offered his con and look ing as if he were a little embar rassed at so solid a knockout said It was very nice of you to But Humphrey isnt one to Pierre who as Radio Saigon an This development in the politi cal crisis came amid bloody new riots in A crowd of marched on the councils calling on the 60 members to resist stu dent and Buddhist demands for a governmental Vietnamese troops opened They were ordered to shoot over heads of the demonstra butthree were reported killed and more Than 20 wound The rest Roman Catholic and Buddhist youths battled in a rain in the capitals The Saigon ra dio station and a technical high school were focal Several persons were appar ently Called on to share rule with Khanh were Thi en former defense min and Duong Van Big the former chief of Khanh supplanted Minh That was the day the council elected the 37yearold strong man to the so lap Leaflets dropped over the city ping up the And refrom a Vietnamese army heli copter announced the present caretaker government will con Kennedys press secretary in West Virginia was on the other side of the primary had only nice things to say about him Wednesday night as he sec onded the Hum phrey worked hard in the 1960 fall Salinger and contributed to Kennedys So here Humphrey was Wednesday so so calling what happened just four years it was easy to see why he loved See Page 6 County NFO Okays Continued Picketing Noted Dover Swiss Native Is Dead At 67 every NFO member picketing the Coshocton sale last Friday was a member of the PLA and they employed a lawyer to pro tect their AH n nor font Hans F of in asking a continua to former tion of the holding said to per cent Of the Alpine Cheese Fac SUGARCREEK With a ca pacity turnout at Miller Imple ment Store last members of the National Farmers Orga nization planned to continue picketing livestock sales at Sug Farmerstown and Co shocton as part of a 23state holding Ralph Pollock of RD New national NFO ganizational director for Tusca rawas and Coshocton reported an attorney has been hired to fight a temporary in junction granted at Coshocton on Tuesday which prohibits pickets from blocking deliver ies to Producers Livestock Pollock said that practically for Barry the Republican presidential nomi Said he plans campaign trips for two or three days See Sfi Page tory of near died yes terday afternoon in Union Hos several terminal markets are showing an increase in receipt with a resultant price He in some impireReeves Tests New Steel Electric Furnace A oewlyiflsiaJled twin trie furnace was being tested today si tae Mansfield plant of EmpireReeves vSteel fie second meltiog f umce for tte pJsfli less tim yejr it is part of rest ffi roiUiofl pro vt will be used for eaf twa and steel pro tsswm to ta wizm a tte mil in Mansfield to permit fast 11 was admitted to the hoslivestock is being trucked long Tuesday after suffering a distances to flood certain mar LOtc it on of f avnnf tr Chrysler Is 1 Target For Auto Stall By GENE SCHROEDER DETROIT AP The United Auto Workers Union has singled out Chrysler as its 1 strike target in efforts to secure new contracts for the nations halfmillion auto plant UAW President Walter Reuther told newsmen Wednesday night that the walkout at Chrysler would begin at 10 9 if no settlement is forthcoming by that Reuther said Gener al Motors and Ford the auto industrys Big Three all had was only half the total report ed by auction Another meeting is scheduled trouble and there was a ques Saturday night at in the tion of whether the company adopted a selfish atti tude in negotiations and are denying workers their fair share of recordbreaking The unions contracts with all three firms expire but Reuther said the strike deadline was set beyond Labor Day to allow several extra days at the bargaining table in efforts to avoid a President Johnson is expected to open his campaign in De troits Cadillac Square on Labor Observers have pointed out that with a auto strike in pro the President might have found such an appearance be fore a labor rally to be embar Reujher visited President Johnson in the White House but he denied that the Presidents Labor Day plans had any influence on the deci sion to set 9 two days after the holiday as the strike Pointing out that Chrysler is the nations seventh largest cor Reuther said the firm was selected because it had what he termed a economic and moral to repay the UAW for 1961 contract At that he Chrysler was in deep financial meeting room of National Bank of It will be open to all interested state NFO lead ers said at Columbus that Ohio members will ease up on pick eting and The decision to cut down the demonstrations came at the sug gestion of Oren Lee the NFOs national president in Ohio members will continue to withhold their cattle and at the same time keep up their pbservation of livestock mar See Page hemorrhage in his This is an attempt to kocal districts will be placed on ered to SugarcreeH on Monday cerebral Born in a son of the late Hudolf and Rosa Schoe ni he came to the United States in First residing at he was a resident of the Wilmot Bobbie Brooke arei years before moving to Paver in He was a member of the Woo ster Fifes Massilloj Ea The Swiss Singing Socie ty sad the American Swiss Twin City Area School Merger To Be On Ballot The proposal for the new city school comprising Uhr Dennison and Union scare farmers into heithe 3 County Board of Elections was notified It also was reported that a letter dated are bis the Yogier a Poa of Witaot 2 Su Snooks of WUmot Horris ol lm AJfcert liavarre Employment Up In the monthly publication of the intendent of Public Instruction for notified the county board that the state poard of EducatiAQ had on July 14 di rected its secretary to certify the By Clerfc Victor Turner said this certification County Chamber of be submitted ui the form Sid plant manager of the Payer Garment Bobbie Brooks is quoted as saying that production of womens ap parel is on the increase ajd thai employes at the fimj has the 75 of a resolution to the Board of Elections in order to be placed on tbe bsUol Tbus Turner sjjcb 3 resolution has not biit only Mor was going to Chrysler is now the second most profitable company in the auto Reuther earning million after tax es during the first six months of this he was a per cent return on its invest Dover County Guest For 10 Days Juvenile Judge Ralph Finley this morning placed a Dover youth in the County Detention Home 10 found a New Philadelphia girl not guilty of a traffic charge and suspended the operators license of 4 oth By CHARLEY DICKENS Judging from the reported wrong diagnosis and re sultant dry drilling for a county doctors the topic for the forthcoming meeting of the Tuscarawas County Medical Society could well be Oil Wildcatting Its Dangers and 111 who must have been in Indiana came charging in with this note Whats with coffee prices in Ohio I saw all brands of the black stuff being sold in the Hoosier state for 49 cents a I had to fill the larder upon arriving home and paid 73 cents He should have brought a carload home with We would have been glad to pay him 53 If youre a good Democrat you can pick up a 1964 county high school football schedule in the Courthouse basement office of Recorder Ted It includes records and facts on the plus Ohio State and Cleveland Browns Ted says Republicans also can have them if they promise to cross party lines in A source close to sources fig ures court appointed James Barnhouse and C1 a i r Hoffman earned about an hour in defending James Moses Crago in his recent firstdegree manslaughter They were awarded by the including a trip to West Virginia where Crago for merly were about leaving them about They spent 7 days in the court plus countless days and in preparing and han dling the Miami Marks Worst Damage In 38 Years AP Hurri cane Cleo smashed Miami with sledgehammer blows left the streets of the city looking like a then roared on northward up the heavily populated southeast Flori da coast Broadcasting towers Store windows exploded by hun littering streets with merchandise and broken Fallen trees blockaded hun dreds of No deaths were but a looter shot by police was in critical condition in a County Manager Irving Mc Nayr said he would ask to have the city declared a disaster There was no estimate of damage to public but McNayr called it quite seri A veteran policeman who was in Miami when the 1926 hurri cane broke the big Florida land said the storm was the worst since Numerous fires broke out and couldnt be fought in the 115 mile an hour fury of the One warehouse was destroyed at a halfmillion dollar Fires still were breaking out when dawn revealed the raw scars of the howling and moaning up from the slammed hurri cane force winds into Miami at One hour power failure plunged the city into After crossing the eye of the hurricane northward across Fort Boca Raton and moved on West Palm Hurricane warning flags flew on up the coast to Cape Kennedy and were issued gale warnings as far north as Daytona At 10 winds of 105 miles Sec FLORIDA Page 2 Dover Bridge Work Slated Resurfacing of Wooster bridge in Dover has been tenta tivelv scheduled for next Wed operators license filed by Donesday County Engineer ver Charles Young said who was in Juvenile nffi Court in 2 Dlvswr the j SiHLG Of QF1V111 WltflOUt S Max Ritenour of 111 Pine is to be confined in the detention home the next 10 days after he was found guil ty of leaving the scene of an accident and driving without an enour on probation for a vear for a traffic for the Tentative call for using tons of school whose An open to give the boundaries will be altered by m opportunity to towr new is being the shall receive cop ies of Tujraer license for the He told the boy If vou come in here again you might as well bring your clothes because the neirt time youll be Eoing to the Boys Industrial A charge of leaving the scene of an accident against Sandra bridge and Service Director Ream reoorts the bridge will be seal ed with a slurry the same material used this year to sesl several city Costs of the bridge sealing job are paid from the Comty Road ajid Bridge Petition Rally Reset Tonight No tabulation has been releas ed on the results of petitions Ing circulated in the 4 school districts of the proposed South ern Local requesting the creation of the new district placed on the 3 The tally will be reported at a meeting at tonight in Midvale Fjre according to Ralph Romig of Tuscara We are not attempting to hold a closed Ro mig said Our discussion will be open to the press and Romig declined to give any figures on the number of tures on the although he said they had eel no difficulty in his Other districts involved are SalemWashington and Gnadenhutten County school officials have expressed the opinion that if the issue were placed on the the pronosal probably would be de ON THf INSlDg Around The World 6 Dear Abby Alvarez g Crane Goreo On Bridge Hospital News Obituaries Sports Television Womens Pages 15 f   

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