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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter November 5, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - November 5, 1964, Dover, Ohio Someone From The Reporter Is Working For You 24 Hours A DayThe Daily Reporter HOME EDITION VOL. 61 NO. 99.    26    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Thursday, November 5, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Families PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS OTI 31 rn ■ : \ jc * •    ♦    -'Zn ,1 «x ™    •'    *    y    4 i WE ,4>®L -:U Democratic Sen. Stephen Young (left, listening to returns in Cleveland), and Rep. Robert A. Taft Jr. (with his wife at the Board of Elections in Cincinnati) were locked in the tightest U. S. senatorial race in the history of Ohio right down to the last precinct. * * I_______I l\ ( Veterans' Day Parade Slated Officials of Thomas J. Ayers VFW Post of Dover, sponsors of the annual Veterans Day parade Sunday at 1:30    p.m., have completed plans for the event. Dale Swinderman Is parade marshall and Harry E. Davidson is chairman. About 25 units are expected to participate. The parade will form at I p.m. on E. 3rd St. in front of the Salvation Army Citadel and move at 1:30. The route Is: from Wooster Ave., south to 2nd St., west to Tuscarawas Ave., and north to 3rd St. to the Post Office where the program will be held. G. Marshall Sutherin of Salem, past district commander, will be master of ceremonies and Lt. Col. John Paul of Canton will be principal speaker. Others participating will be: Rev. George Shurtz of Newcomerstown, district chaplain; District Cmdr. John G. Tompulis of North Canton; Dover Cmdr. Raymond Hill, and other local and area VFW officials. Nine trophies will be awarded winners in the marching units. Hank Biddle. John Lowery and William “Red” Kohl of the Canton - Massillon area will be judges. Units expected to participate are: Dover High and Junior High bands; Battery C of 2nd Battalion of Army Reserves; i Company A of the National Guard’s 2nd Battalion; American Legion color guard; Forty et Eight Unit and Junior Auxiliary girls of Dover; New Philadelphia Explorer Post color guard, and units from Newcomerstown, Canton, Strasburg, Columbiana, Cambridge and Salem. YOUNG GAINS 13,074 AAARGIN T aft Awaits Vote Canvass To Decide Recount Plans COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP)—Sen. Stephen M. Young, who said “the heck with it” and went to bed thinking himself a loser election night, faces a second term as U. S. Senator from Ohio. And Republican Rep. Robert Taft Jr., who held a premature “victory” celebration when it appeared he had survived the Johnson landslide and unseated Young, says he’ll wait for an official canvass of the'voting before deciding whether to request a recount. Young, a 75-year-old hard-line Democrat, told friends in Washington Wednesday night that he tried unsuccessfully election night to call Taft and personally concede the election. He admitted that he’s glad the cair didn’t get through. At about that time, Taft was telling a news conferree, “I think Eve established some independency of my own,” alluding to his father, the late “Mr. Republican,” Sen. Robert A. Taft. But at midday Wednesday, the lead went over to Young for good—final Network Election Sendee figures give him a 13,-074-vote margin—and Taft said: “In view of the extremely close race and the surprising results in certain areas, I will await the official canvass before making any further statement or decision (on a recount request).” In Young’s absence Wednesday morning—the senator was driving to Washington, still behind in the tabulations—one aide See TAFT AWAITS, Page 20 Philo Cirl, 3, Is County's 22nd Traffic Death In Area Mishap 5 Are Injured In 2-Car Crash New Democrat Team Relaxes In Celebration Loyal Paz Units Resist In Bolivia Bv JORGE CANELAS LA PAZ, Bolivia (API-Fighting continued in La Paz Wednesday night as militia units loyal to deposed President Victor Paz Estenssoro resisted the nation’s new military regime. Seven persons were reported killed and 50 injured as air force planes attacked buildings occupied by police and strafed militiamen on a hill near the capital. Students and workers also attacked the buildings held by the police.    _ Tractor Crash Fatal BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (AP) — Martin R. Brinker, 66, of near Pemberville in Wood County, was killed Wednesday afternoon when a small farm tractor he was operating figured In collision with a truck. i. ON THE INSIDE CPMMK ma Dear Abby ..................23 Your Horoscope ............25 Around The World ...........20 Goren On Bridge ............23 Obituaries ................... 2 Television ...................17 Sports ....................15-16 Women’s Pages ..........12-13 Dr. Crane ...................23 Dr. Alvarez .................25 'Bomb' Found On Nc'town Lawn Mower NEWCOM ERSTWON — The local police are investigating a “bomb” planted here yesterday. Mrs. John Smith of 244 River St. reported to police yesterday; morning that something looking like a home-made bomb was attached to her lawn mower. Upon investigation, Patrolman Robert Davis agreed that it was a “bomb” and a representative of the 71st Ordinance Detachment Division of Wilmington, O. was called last night to dispose of the device. He reported the device contained 4 firecrackers, large enough to be potentially dangerous. Paz, 57, who became president when a popular uprising! threw out a military junta in; 1952, fled with his family and aides to Peru in a Bolivian military plane. He told newsmen in Lima his vice president, Air Force Gen. Gene Barrientos, was to blame for the coup. “He wanted to be president so he rounded up air force and army support and overthrew me,” Paz said. “I 4till have the support of my people.” Paz said the head of Bolivia’s new military junta, Gen. Alfredo Obando Candia, “is the best of the lot. He was not mixed up with the others, but Barrientos will doubtless try to become president one way or another.” Obando is commander of Bolivia’s armed forces. He told the nation the junta will hold power as briefly as possible and will hold new elections. Paz served as president until 1956, but the constitution barred his re-election. He was elected again in 1960 and changed the See PAZ, Page 2 By FRANK CORMIER JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AP) — President Johnson and Hubert H. Humphrey, his vice president-to-be, hit it off in fine fashion as they wound up a Texas hill country huddle today. Lounging around the LBJ Ranch 15 miles west of this hamlet founded by the President’s grandfather, the nation’s two top Democrats celebrated Tuesday’s landslide victory. They looked much like peas in a pod as they hiked around the 400 presidential acres and rode horses in Western garb. Humphrey, a one-time druggist, looked anything but that as he moseyed around the ranch on a horse which, from all appearances, was tame and well behaved. The President greeted Humphrey and wife Muriel with an elaborate Texas barbecue Wednesday. Hardly had the Minnesotan landed on the LBJ property when he was clapped into Western pants, Western jacket, Western boots and Western hat and, with a mite of encouragement, enticed to climb aboard the horse. All this coincided with the barbecue served buffet-style at folding tables set up in a metal hangar, painted brass green, beside the taxi strip at the Johnson City municipal airport — the ranch runway. Afterwards, Johnson took Humphrey in tow for a tour of his birthplace, reconstructed on the property, and other landmarks which he delights in j showing to visitors. Both were in a holiday mood; and obviously enjoying their visit. Privately, they talked about the future of the vice presidency — an office often scorned — and looked ahead to the legislative program the Johnson-Humphrey administration will offer to the nation in January. Both men are graduates of the Senate and hope that, with this background, they can work in tandem to promote the “Great Society” proposals that will bear the LBJ brand. Humphrey was scheduled to fly to Washington late today. The Johnsons plan to spend several more days at their ranch. President Johnson and Vice President-elect Hubert Humphrey tour the Johnson ranch in a golf cart during a celebration of their election victory. Rom Durn ney Emerges PARTY , i $ mmMmmi ' rn mm® a As GOP Strong STRUGGLE! rn tm - T nm ® - % j Man' Urged ping' Of Burch As Chairman Is v 'a v * * A <+■*** * .. DAY BRIGHTENER The third day of a diet is always easier than the first two —by then you’re off it. U. S. Robot 'Explorer' Ready For Long Journey To Mars By HOWARD BENEDICT AI* Aerospace Writer CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) — The United States prepared today to launch Mariner 3, a robot explorer, on an intended 8^-month journey to Mars to take pictures and collect scientific data. A powerful 10-story-tall Atlas-Agena D rocket was set to blast off between 1:22 p.m. and 3:17 p.m. to start the complex payload across 350 million miles of space for a brief encounter with the planet next July 17. If successful, the unmanned U.S. spacecraft will sweep within 8,600 miles of Mars and provide the first closeup information ever obtained about the planet. Many astronomers believe Mars harbors a basic form of life, such as vegetation. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said Mariner 3 will not be able to detect life but is to gather information needed to design life-seeking capsules wrhich the United States hopes to land on Mars in 1969. Because Mars is in a favorable position for a launching from earth only one month out of each 25 and because of the importance of collecting information about the planet for future shots, the space agency scheduled two identical payloads for firing in the present See ROBOT, Page 20 Winfield Vote On School Levy In Error By IOO Poll workers of Dover Township Precinct 3 (Winfield) appeared in the County Board of Elections Office this morning to help correct the reported tally on th® additional 2-mill Dover School District levy. As a result of an error in addition, the workers said the actual correct tally of votes was incorrectly transposed to the report entered at the Board of Elections office. The check today now sets the ballots on the levy at 184 to 154 against the levy. The total reported election night was 284-154. While the report still is unofficial, Clerk Victor Turner said the correction changes the total district vote on the levy to 3,333 “for” and 3,067 “against.” The Board of Elections will begin its official count on all races and issues within 3 days. By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AP) — Michigan Gov. George Romney emerged today as the strong man at the ballot box of a Republican party shattered by President Johnson’s towering presidential election victory. In the almost incredible vote avalanche in which Johnson registered strongly in nearly every precinct outside five Southern states and Arizona, Romney won re-election by cutting deep into Democratic Detroit, upping his previous Doverife Hurt In Crash Dies Samuel A. Dunfee, 64, of 328 Race St., Dover, died this morning in Union Hospital where he had been a patient since Oct. 29 following an automobile accident. An autopsy was to be performed today to determine the cause of death. A retired employe of the U.S. Quarry Tile Co. in East Sparta, he was born in Athens, a son of the late Horace and Rose King Dunfee. He was a member of Dover Church of the Nazarene. Survivors: His widow, the former Bertha Moran; a son, Sam Jr. of Dover; a daughter, Mrs. Delores Shull of New Philadelphia; a step-son, Lester Huston of National City, Calif.; a step-daughter, Mrs. Mary Barnhouse of Mansfield; a sister, Mrs. Edna McDonald of Dover; 2 half - brothers, Lee Dunfee of Stewart and Elias Dunfee of Athens; 15 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren. Services will be Sunday at 1:30 in Meese Funeral Home with Rev. Melvin James officiating. Interment will be in Dover Burial Park. Friends may call Friday from 7 to 9 and Sqturday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the funeral home. support In Negro districts and winning 40 per cent backing from those who voted for the Democratic President. Defeated GOP presidential nominee Barry Coldwater has said he does not intend to yield the reins of the Republican party. But he conceded that he thinks the GOP will pick “another man to mn” in 1968 “and as of now that would be fine with me.” It would require considerable reorientation for Coldwater to gravitate to the support of Romney for the honor four years hence. The Arizona senator said during the campaign he could understand why some “moderate” Republicans didn’t support him. But he listed Romney as an unfathomable “Mormon preacher.” Romney, who wouldn’t back Coldwater actively because of the latter’s vote against the Civil Rights Act, already was on the offensive. His state’s GOP national committeeman, John Martin, called for the dumping of Goldwater’s personally selected chairman of the Republican National Committee, Dean Burch. Burch, clinging to his $30,000-a-year job, found some “encouraging” signs in a debacle in which Coldwater won six states and 52 electoral votes to Johnson’s 44 states and overwhelming 486 Electoral College ballots. The GOP national chairman said the election had established a “true two-party system in the South” — which the Democrats debated hotly; had won more than 26 million voters to “the conservative philosophy” and had ended the campaign “fiscally sound and strong.” Johnson, with more than 41 million votes from 98 per cent of the nation’s polling places, was playing the part of the magnanimous winner. He had rolled up See PARTY STRUGGLE, Pg. 20 East Of Phila A 3-year-old New Philadelphia girl was fatally injured last night and 5 others injured in a 2-car crash at 6:25 on Route 39, east of New Philadelphia. Dead is Thelma Jean Carte, 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carte of RD I, New Philadelphia. She was the county’s 22nd fatality of the year. She was taken to Union Hospital where she died of a severe concussion at approximately ll p.m. The tot never regained consciousness. Three other members of the Carte family and James Deible, 27, of RD I, New Philadelphia, driver of the other car, all are reported as “fair” in Union Hospital this morning. A fourth member of the Carte family was treated and released. Harold Carte, 26, father and driver of one auto, and a son, Larry A. Opphile, 6, both sustained possible skull fractures. The mother, Thelma, 26, who is 8 months pregnant, is being treated for head injuries. Treated and released with no apparent injuries was Karen, 18 months. Deibel received severe head lacerations. Patrolmen, who are continuing investigation, reported the Carte vehicle was traveling west and had slowed to make a left turn when Deibel’s vehicle crashed into the rear. A Kaserman-Naylor ambulance took the injured to Union Hospital and the girl to Canton. Last night’s fatality was the first in Tuscarawas County for almost a month. The last traffic deaths were recorded on the Oct. IO weekend when 3 persons died in 3 separate accidents. Votes Fall Short of 71.1 Million WASHINGTON (AP) - StiU incomplete returns from Tuesday’s election indicate that the total voter turnout fell far short of the predicted 71.1 million but probably topped the 1960 total. With 173,152 of 175,756 polling units counted, President Johnson had 42,038,243 votes to 26,-449,960 for Sen. Barry Coldwater, a two-party total of 68,-488,203. Newsman Dead COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Mike Desmond, 65, former Columbus newspaperman and once a Democratic candidate for the Ohio Senate, died Wednesday night of an apparent heart ailment in Detwiler Hospital, Wauseon. Weathervane YESTERDAY High 69    Low    44 Elsewhere In U.S. High Lew Pr. Albuquerque, clear . 56    36    .. Chicago, clear ..... 70    50    T Cleveland, cloudy .. 70    50    .01 Los Angeles, clear . 87    58    .. Miami, clear ...... 79    74    .. Nev York, cloudy .. 62    45    .. Pittsburgh, cloudy . 69    49    .. St. Louis, cloudy ... 73    51    .. San Fran., cloudy . 65    60    .. Washington, clear . 67    48    .. TODAY 7 a.m............. 47 RAINFALL Last 24 hours ... none TOMORROW Sunrise ............. 7:02 Sunset.............5:16 High 64    Low    35 Forecast: Fair and mild. Jobless Pay Claims Steady New jobless benefit claims increased by 6 last week over the week ending Oct. 17, Bureau of Unemployment Compensation officials at New Philadelphia reported today. A total of 77 new claims were filed. The October, 1963, weekly average was 79. Continued claims for the week ending Oct. 24 totaled 237, down 3 from the previous week and 264 less than the weekly average a year ago. Dover Auditing Reports Lists 2 Minor 'Findings1 Dover City Auditor Derlin Miller has received a copy of a state examiner’s report following audit of the city’s books and monies. The report lists only 2 actual “findings” amounting to $55.48. Dover Police Chief Garrison G. Groh, according to Miller, has made up a $5.48 shortage in petty cash, while the $50 is from a mayor’s court case that should have gone to the County Treasurer’s Office. The remainder of the $29,905 listed, involves money being kept in wrong accounts. Publisher Dead MARIETTA, Ohio (AP)-Will P. McKinney, 82, president of The Times Co., publisher of the Marietta Daily Times, died in his sleep early today at his home. Tree-Trimming Contract Is Let The Dover City Board of Control has awarded a contract to Frank’s Tree Service of Louisville for 1965 tree - trimming work in the city. Compared with the amount of work being done this year, Service Director IL S. Ream said the Frank firm was an estimated $266 lower than the bid submitted by Davis Tree Service of Sarahsvilie. Barry Planning Hard Work To Rebuild COP Structure I By WALTER R. MEARS PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) - Sen. Barry Coldwater, determined to keep the Republican party on a conservative course, heads back to Washington Friday to handle some uf the leftover business of the Senate seat he gave up for his losing race against President Johnson. For the moment Goldwater’s long-range future remained [obscure. But the beaten Republican nominee has served notice I he plans to spend a lot of time working to lead and strengthen the GOP. In the days ahead Coldwater plahs to take care of some Senate mail and some other matters in Washington, then head for a vacation with his wife at an undisclosed spot. While more liberal members of the party made plans to rebuild the COP in their image, Coldwater declared: “I dont think we eau build a Republican I party on their concepts which, 'in my opinion, have no difference at all with the Democratic concept.” At a concession news conference    W ednesday,    Coldwater said he does not think the conservative cause “has been hurt at all,” despite his landslide loss. i Conservatism, he insisted, is a ; philosophy the Republican party See DAUBY, Pap M ;

  • Alfredo Obando Candia
  • Barry Coldwater
  • Bertha Moran
  • Dale Swinderman
  • Dean Burch
  • Delores Shull
  • Derlin Miller
  • Edna Mcdonald
  • Elias Dunfee
  • Garrison G. Groh
  • Gene Barrientos
  • George Romney
  • George Shurtz
  • Hank Biddle
  • Harold Carte
  • Harry E. Davidson
  • Howard Benedict
  • Hubert H. Humphrey
  • Hubert Humphrey
  • Il S. Ream
  • James Deible
  • John G. Tompulis
  • John Lowery
  • John Paul
  • John Smith
  • Larry A. Opphile
  • Lee Dunfee
  • Lester Huston
  • Martin R. Brinker
  • Mary Barnhouse
  • Melvin James
  • Mike Desmond
  • Patrolman Robert Davis
  • Philo Cirl
  • Raymond Hill
  • Robert A. Taft
  • Robert A. Taft Jr.
  • Robert Taft Jr.
  • Sam Jr.
  • Samuel A. Dunfee
  • Stephen M. Young
  • Stephen Young
  • Thelma Jean Carte
  • Thomas J. Ayers
  • Victor Paz Estenssoro
  • Victor Turner
  • Walter R. Mears
  • Will P. Mckinney

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: November 5, 1964

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