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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Citizen Has A Rttponsibility As A Voter Mis Close At s Dont Mtti Around Tho World NtwiCopiuUi rwp THE 20 Smoke Nuisance May Be Passe SOLUTION Consultant Shows New Tighter Largest Circulation In tuscarawas County November PORTER PHONE 42167 7 CENTS The smoke nuisance may be thrown for a substantial loss in coming That was evidenced Monday flight during a brief demonstra tion by Gordon a sultant with Wickes Boiler division of the Wickes of whose retirement in 1957 lasted only 6 short showed the fruits of 7 years of development to members of Council last night the Strub ler Electrostatic Smoke Control Based on an entirely new con the Strubler accord Ing to its requires only an ordinary 110volt outlet for Its completely automatic oper ation which requires only in frequent removal of collected en route to Saginaw from used a self made miniature boiler stack to demonstrate how the electro static by a flick of a quickly eliminated I have worked 7 years with research in ce ramics and Strubler and the work belies some things said not to be But this when available for market by the first of the will reduce costs to al most onefifth of the huge fig ures currently associated with smoke control To illustrate his Strubler said a planned installa tion at Ohio State University would cost close to He said his unit could be installed for plus or minus 10 per StraMer indicated that the area may realize a substantial amount of income from the He is now working through Robinson Clay Products at Parral for ceramic blocks used in his opon DAY BRIGHTENER Tact is the art of thinking all you say and not saying all you referral Just a week ago by James Rhodes after an earlier referral failed to meet The greying Wickes repre sentative said he has already received numerous orders for including several in this Aside from Strublers pres regular Council session went The lawmakers approved one ordinance which prohibits park ing on either side of an unnam ed alley running east and west from Chestnut to Oak be tween llth and 12th Council approved parks committee plans to in stall 2 new thermopane win dows in the home of Clar ence Stucky at Dover Burial replacing 2 others deter iorated beyond Auditor Dertln Millers rec ommendation for the reappoint ment of Tom Miller to a 3year term on the Insurance Advisory Board also received unanimous Millers current term expires A request from the National See Page 29 Record Voting Seen 87 ARTHUR EOSON WASHINGTON expected record 71 million voters decide today whether Lyndon Johnson or Barry Goldwater should guide the nation through the next four Mild and fair with few made it almost certain that the million vote total of I960 would be far The nations first returns came from the tiny mountain of Its eight all registered finished balloting at The tallyi Goldwater Johnson While theyre picking a American voters will also be electing 25 35 sena 435 House members and a host of state and local Right down to the almost every opinion poll and political sign pointed to President Johnson in a possibly by the largest popularvote margin in modern presidential But Goldwater is used to being had a uphill battle to win die Republican he is still hoping for a political Both candidates wound up their campaigns Monday night with a Jimmy sen of and Albert Ml cell of 319 5th takes a peek to see how his mother was doing as she voted this morn On The Editors Give Nod To Johnson Page 4 New Strasburg Bakery To 11 Notre Dame Takes Top College 13 Dover High In Action Thursday 13 Freedom Shrine Presented To Dover High Page 20 Crane 19 Alvarez 17 Around The World Goren On Bridge 19 Home Building News 6 Obituaries Television Sports Womens Pages Horoscope Motor Failure On School Bus Is Tifesaver The school threequar ters full of Midvale students ready to launch a new week of headed through the Roswell It neared the crest of a hill and its motor conked who had un leashed their sadistic tenden cies on 4 Midvale school buses sometime over last had unwittingly saved a good many young lives by discon necting the bus the same bus on which they had sliced the vacuum line for its air Midvale Principal Robert Flinchbaugh reported the bus vandalism incident and also a breaking and entering later Thieves got items worth from a ticket booth and adjoining Flinchbaugh said this morn Ing If it hadnt been for the generator going there is every possibility the students in that bus could have been in jured or The bus was one of 4 tarn See Page 2 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 67 Low 42 Elsewhere In High Low Pr clear 62 41 clear cloudy clear clear 42 4ew cloudy cloudy cloudy an clear cloudy TOOAT 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 78 Low 50 Forecast Partly cloudy and NonSupport Count Dropped A nonsupport charge against Maxwell listed as a resident of has been dismissed in Northern Dis trict The charge had been filed June 12 by Iva Steiner of 137 Iron who said he failed to support a minor The man was being held in County Jail She was assessed court costs of Chtck J Vandalisms la 2 incidents of vandalism reported to New Philirtel paia police of Front SW stated the antenna had been broken 4f his automobile Sat urday and AW f It He frost door glass in ayftimpnhiu had teen br whito It was 63 69 71 78 64 67 78 64 Commissioners Defendants In Claim For Tuscarawas County Commis sioners Delmar Jacob Dummermuth and John De muth have been named defend ants in a suit filed by Thomas McCullough of 909 Walnut In his petition filed in Cen tral District Court Me Cuilough asked for judgement against the defendants in the sum of along with interest thereon from April at the rate of I per cent per an together with his who is being rep resented by Mario Cord of stated that on or about the Sinclair Refining delivered to him the claim and cause of action which it then had against the lor county to The Dover nwidGBt bai nadt of ttf till ailed to da m A hearing oj tito cut In his home Johnson said I pledge my total commit ment to preserve peace while protecting I want to reduce the threat of nuclear war to maintain presidential con trol over our nuclear weapons to strengthen our alliances and to advance the cause of freedom around the In San where in July he became the GOP candi Goldwater said I pledge to no matter the that from the first day I set foot in the White House until the day I leave that I will level with that I will give you an honest that I will tell you the Both took at least indi of the By voting for Goldwater you can prove that you still run this country not the not the not the of Johnson spoke like a man who thought he had it in the The campaign is he Our work after this elec tion will be to heal the wounds of the campaign and to rebuild the unity of the Both and both their vicepresidential running made their political reputations here in Washington as members of But today they were back where they and their By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Here are some key facts on odays general elections At stake The governorships of 25 35 Senate all 435 House Turnout About 71 million John Confini of 330 4th received hit bailors this morning from Louis Leone at Ward 1s Precinct C in Joseph Unit Jacks Merger DENNISONFollowing com ments by the kindergarten mothers en dorsed the school merger at a meeting in Park School last During the business conducted by Robert Ku the group discussed plans or open house on Moody and Earl Jreenwood will be assisting in the A bake sale will be held in Twin City Pharmacy from 9 to The group approved a motion to buy toys for the class room at a discount Reports were given by the officers and mothers taking care of their small children was presented by one of the A fall theme was used for decorations and refreshments County School Board Okays Budget Of Forl965 Approval was given for a 965 budget of at last nights meeting of the County Board of The according to Unton is about more than the 1964 fig The money realized from the state and local school districts under the budgets is used for operation of the county including supervisory employes and special were served by Ralph Al Tom Brawer and Basil The next meeting will be in the Nortbside build ing 7 at Dtm Vflit Ctnttr Stt The county Democrat vote opfn to thi Witt OPM tonight begin Bin at Complete county willtoIBte in the located at the New PWi mjl on S will to Board Airs Curriculum JUSTUS A discussion on curriculum improvements was ield when Fairless Board of Education met last Law rence who received Us masters degree from Kent State University last was named bead of the social studies department and Edward Schleappi was named acting head of the English In other board approved a resolution backing a present proposal before the State Board of Education to give poorer counties priority in vocational high school building money available from the fed eral Honaker said a move is on y officials of school boards n Columbus and Cleveland to have the money channeled in their The resolution was passed on he recommendation of Henry Lake County School superintendent and who is vo cational education chairman of The building program was and change orders amounting to a reduction of 9M in the electrical and plumbing contracts were In other the board Accepted the resignation of Hajey as substitute Approved purchase of 3d ad Approved tfc First Aid to ifowttw program spnpredby the Nayajra Ejeajeatory aid Senior he Ohio School ents Superintend Htmaker pointed eut if the larger cities have their See Page t home towns had an allAmeri can ring Johnson in Johnson his vicepresidential Hubert Hum in Gold water in and his running William E in As for they put Johnson ahead at the start of the cam paign and they kept him in from all the A couple of the national polls wound up this way George Gallup 61 per cent of the popular vote for Goldwater 32 per cent Louis Harris Johnson 62 per Goldwater If these figures prove accu then Johnson would score higher than the per cen racked up by Franklin D Roosevelt over Alf Landon in 1936 or the per cent by War ren Harding over James M Cox in By the fabulous clif hanger of 1960 found John F Kennedy barely edging his Re publican Richard Nix in the popular pe cent to Yet in the end the popular vote is even though the candidates yearn fo every one they can In our See Page t At Glance expected to Hours First polls opened one minute after midnight in some rural New England vot ng extends to 2 EST Wednesday in western Weather Generally fair and mild predicted for most of the Preelection polls Most polls ndicate victory for President Survey Shows County Voting Behind 1960 Despite fine a Dally Reporter telephone survey at 11 today indicated the vote in Tuscarawas County is run ning somewhat behind that cast in the 1960 presidential A sampling of polling sites in New Philadel Uhrichsville and Dennison shows a lag as compared to figures in a similar Daily Re porter survey 4 years The polls close at The 8 precincts polled hi ed a total of 765 com pared with 998 at the same pre cincts in A breakdown of the total this morning showed 54 120 154 139 74 83 and Johnson Goes Democratic By FRANK CORMIER JOHNSON AP President Johnson took sev en minutes today to vote Demo cratic all the way in his hill country polling Accompanied by his the President drove his own auto to the headquarters of the Peder nales Electric a rural electrification system ha helped set up nearly 30 years to cast the He said in advance he would vote the straight ticket from the court house to the White His wife voted the straight Democratic There was no secret about the way the Johnsons Reporters were permitted to peer over their This community of 600 was founded by the chief executives The President paused outside the polling place for what turned into an impromptu news who has said the major postelection chore will bo to heal the wounds of the cam paign andunite the was asked how he plans to go about An almost identical number of voters in New Philadelphia had turned out by 11 totaling The breakdown was 122 70 89 117 144 M 62 and In Precinct 2 show ed 124 voters and Precinct The 2 precincts polled in Uhrichsville were with and The calm atmosphere in the County Board of Elections of which marked the begin ning of Election began to dissipate with the ringing of telephones and appearances of See COUNTY Page 1 CHRISTMAS SAVINGS TOP Santas Helpers Chritbau will come little for tlrooit TUKWWW County reiideuU during dub the middle of the accumulation WM built up of Dover in Bwch A indicated that toon City Bsakisf CitizewSute Im going to try to make the government as bipartisan as he Someone then wanted to know See Page II Barry Awaits Big Decision By WALTER MEARS AP Far from the crowd and the tumult that have been his daily Barry Goldwater awaited in the guarded privacy of hit hilltop home today the nations judgment on his bid for the White The Arizonan and his wife planned one daytime outing in public to cast their own ballots at a school near their sprawling when the voters have made their Goldwater is expected to come to a desert resort about a mile from his house to appear before televi sion cameras and more than newsmen waiting for his reac tion to the The day was set aside for GoMwaters home and Sons Barry and and the senators younger Richard were His other Joanna with her husband Thomas and four was due latar The Rosses were to Tor where they vtf Goldwater climaxed hit CMnV paign in a hamlet OB til Alto naUtah I cant of a tetter tmwwti from eve ratt u the Qfa Swap People the United of The Md within the 2 MPOTfcdmfcwtiy owJ Wait to join in the would to week ud uftlil AJltit in this beautim Goldwater said Monday the final fpMft against President Jjfettm Hi It mm s   

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