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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1964, Dover, Ohio Hinig over Boer Dummermutll C Young over Roth Space over Ferret Young over Bond Winters Are Winners Underwood over Carlisle Tht Rtporttr li Your Action Niwipapir THE DAILY REPORTER HOMI IWTrON 32 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoterNew November OVMT PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Twin Southern Stone Creek School Mergers Okayed ALL WAY WITH LIU X f w W n Hinig Wins Ohio Assembly Seat Dems Sweep Into County Offices Rush Transfer Suffers Lone Loss At Polls By James Davis Daily Reporter City Editor The number of school districts In Tuscarawas County was re duced by 6 in Tuesdays election as voters approved 2 consolida tions and an The only transfer of school territory defeated at the polls Was the one involving the east ern portion of Rush Local to Gnadenhutten Residents of Gnadenhutten and TuscarawasWarwick gave large pluralities to the proposed Southern Local School District to offset negative ballots in Go shen and SalemWashington Lo The total vote was In favor to against The Twin City School Involving Uhrichsville Dennison Exempted and Union Local School passed to on its initial ballot Every precinct but one 34 voted favorably to rack up the nearly 4 to 1 ver Stone CreekJefferson facing the loss their high school charter next June voted nar to join the New Philadelphia The action is subject to ap proval by the New Philadelphia Board of which has See Page 16 Dover Okays Top Sweep On School Levies By Pete Groh DaUy Reporter Staff Writer Dover city and Tuscarawas County voters placed education ahead of their pbcketbooks at the polls without all renewal and additional school tax levy Heading the green light list was approval of a 6mill renew al and 2mill additional operat ing levies in the Dover School Tno renewal carried by to while the new request passed by a slimmer to or 166 Only a majority of 1 was needed on all Providing a big push in passing the 2mill levy was the 236157 affirmative vote in Pre cinct Ward 2 Jake Dum mermuths That 79vote margin helped to offset a defeat the additional re quest took in the Winfield area where voters turned it down Both levies run for 10 The 2mill which Will place Dovers miUage at 24 will be used for addition textbooks and services needed because of an increase if IN students since m Goshen Midvale Local School District voters also add ed an additional spartc to tHtufatton system by 4mm additional Hi II PRESIDENT LYNDON JOHNSON Voting Wave Carries Dems To Huge Edge By JACK BELL WASHINGTON Johnson rode a massive tidal wave of votes to a smashing victory over Barry Goldwater and promptly called on all Americans to face the world as Elected with him in the deluge which some key Republicans survived was Hubert Humphrey of who in January will fill the present vacancy in the vice The 56yearold who has served 354 days since the assassination of President John said early today in that no words were adequate to really express the feeling of this occa Most of he I wish to be equal to your confidence and to the hopes of all of the people of He said that now that the election is over Americans must face the world as I ask all those who supported me and all those that opposed me to forget our because there are many more things in America that unite us than divide Johnson won his first elective White House term by battering down Republican bastions across the Maine and Vermont fell in his column as usually Republican Only in the South where he lost five and in did his surge falter in the sweep toward the greatest presidential victory of modern times the largest ever in Youngs Hold Posts As Engineer William Hinig State Representative TaftYounq Race Still Uncertain ByALDOPKING Ohio publican Robert Taft and Democrat Stephen Young battled toward a cliffhanging VICf PRISIDINMlfCT HUIIRT HUMPHREY terms of votes rolled up and margin over his It lent conserv ative who offered a not an with the limited con solation of haying carried Ala Mis South and perhaps his native The thundering Johnson wave hit the Republican party a shat tering engulfing moder ates like Kenneth Keat ing in New York and conserva tives like Bruce Alger of But some party members who can be expected to take leading parts in the struggle certain to develop over control of the GOP survived the Standouts among these were George Romney who won reelection as See ALL THE Page II finish today for Youngs Senate seat even as President Johnson rolled onto a record landslide in Ohios First forged ahead to a comfortable then the 75year old Young overtook him with an avalanche of votes from home his Robert Taft Senator MAY SIGNAL NEW INCOME TAX PUSH Phila Levy Turned Down By Ntrm Singleton Daily Reptrter Staff Writer Nonelected New Philadelphia employes had toe skids put un der their bid for a salary in crease Tuesday when voters re jected by 128 votes a 1mill tax The result may signal a new push for a city income dis cussion of which was tabjted by Council pending the levy out Recording winning margjHff in only 10 of 24 the soughtafter tax hike was de feated was a iffB 2miU renewal aid lor current expenses over a 5year The count was New PhUadelphU werent the only ones in Tuscarawas County splitting their opinions on dual tax lev In a bond s covering a 30year period for construction of a sewage treatment was turned down On the other hand residents gave a 270173 nod to a 2miU tax renewal for cur rent operating Both additional tax levies pro posed to Uhrtehsvillt pollgoers were One was for 2 vides funds to meet current op erating The carrying mamitt passed ItrOHTfNEI Those who say alcohol M dont mix never saw tiatito it s cnMBMfe Stephen Yewg seaatar provide and and will safety a new fire to ttt MMiy 5 re newals and 1 levy ShanesvUie ON THE INSIDE Dear Abby 31 Your Horoscope 29 8 29 With 95 per cent of the vote count the outcome in the seesaw race became more the secretary of states tabulating reported Young ahead by Then on the basis of returns from of the states polling Taft was back ahead by The Network Election reporting on polling plac had Taft ahead by the NES put young back ahead to on See Page 15 Bob Everett Dead At 56 Robert of 139 6th who was a steward at Dover Elks Lodge and a county school attendance officer for many died in Union Hospital Tuesday He suffered a heart attack 29 while working at the Born in he was a son of the late David and Anna Swonger His the former Betty sur He a member of Johns United Church of Tuscarawas Masonic Lodge Eagles Lodge and Jefferson Survivors include 4 daugh and Lynnette of the home and Robert Pat Bagley of Citrus 2 Robert II of the home and David of a Ruby Starr of and 4 Services will be Friday at By Joe Woerdeman Daily Reporter Staff Writer County Democratic candi dates rode high on President Johnsons coattails and landed every office open to eliminating a Republican in the The most resounding triumph was scored by New Philadel phia Council President William who whipped County Commissioner Delmar Baer in the contest for a 2year term as state representative by a vote of for a margin of in his unsuccessful left the commissioners post which he had held 2 successive He managed to capture the majority vote in only 3 of the 20 cities and incorporate vil lages in the county his home Shanesville and the latter by 4 Probably the greatest sur prise was the election of 39 yearold William New PTiiladelphia to 1 of the 2 open Commissioner In his first political cam Winters polled votes to beat Russell Dessecker R by ballots in the closest county Incumbent Jacob Dummer Phila Airport Is FlagStop tha ha and It was learned today Midwest which started 4 daily flights in out of the New Philadelphia Municipal Airport the firs week in has alterec its making the air port a flag airport manag said the changeover wa made last Midwest wil stop at New Philadelphia only if reservations have been made in Changes also were made in flight incoming from Co lumbus at muth of Dover got the biggest among the 4 com petitors for the commissioner This won back for the emocrats one seat they lost I ears ago in the election of Re ublican whose term runs 2 more Desseckers vote totaled 192 and his fellow party candi Majority Favored These For County Offices IS Bow Wins 8th Term 31 Unopposed Dems Get New Terms 44 Willard some tiling of ran fourth with Jay a veteran Uhr ichsville Republican and coun lost out by votes on rather strong bid to upset incumbent Charles Young as county in tht ast had run into consid erable trouble with labor prob lems among his roadandbridgt department Still he was high in the vote all but one Shanesville of tht See COUNTY Page 1 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 68 Low 37 Elsewhere In High Low Pr clear 57 35 57 clear 68 42 Los clear 82 58 70 New clear 60 45 clear 69 40 clear 70 46 San cloudy 04 56 clear 60 37 TODAY 7 37 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW and High 70 Low 47 Forecast Cloudy and Johnson Tops Berry For State Senator Around The World Goren On Bridge Danny Johnson D of New Philadelphia rode his par tys landslide to victory yester avenging his ouster from the Ohio Senate 4 years ago by Kenneth Berry of Coshoc A Daily Reporter telephone survey of 9 or parts of matingup the Sen atorial indicated the former Tuscarawas County prosecutor has a margin in the unofficial The totals were Johnson 661 and Berry Tuscara o 576 Knox to and Morrow to Obituaries 2 Television Sports were Turnad down wen H Alvarez in TolandHerag Fu neral Home with Reinhard Krause Burial will be in Stoat Creek Friends may call at the funeral home tonight from 7 to 9 and Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to Masonic services will be to night at 7 and Eagles1 services Witt to at was County decided the con according Johnson votes to only for Barry The wiener carried only 2 other counties Guernsey to and to Berrys edge in the other counties was Holmes to Cosbocton ygp to
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