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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - December 26, 1964, Dover, Ohio U.S. Politics Is Big Story Of 1964 By Mary Campbell AP Newsfeatures Writer Editors of AP member newspapers and radio and TV stations voted the campaign and landslide election of Lyndon B. Johnson as President the top news story of 1964. For the Republicans, the campaign started with Henry Cabot Lodge, who wasn’t even in the country, winning the New Hampshire primary. The polls showed Gov. Nelson Rockefeller of New York moving ahead after he won the Oregon primary; then Gov. William Scranton of Pennsylvania announced his candidacy. But it was Barry M. Coldwater, a conservative, who swept to a first-ballot nomination at the convention in San Francisco. The only suspense for the Democrats before their convention in Atlantic City was the question of whom Johnson would name as his running mate. Not too surprisingly, LBJ See POLITICS, Page 3 ► Tops In '64 1. Political campaign and election 2. Khrushchev’s ouster 3. Civil Rights 4. Alaska earthquake 5. Viet Nam 6. Red China’s A-bomb k 7. Warren Report 8. Violence in Congo 9. President’s legislative program IO. legislative reapportionment. The Presidential election went to Lyndon B. Johnson and Sen. Hubert Humphrey, shown at left waving to Democratic convention delegates who nominated them in Atlantic City on Aug. 27. Barry Coldwater is shown at right, analyzing his defeat at a press conference on the day after the election. The Daily Reporter rn Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, December 26, 1964 VOL. 62. NO. 141.    36    PAGES.    7    CENTS 750 Are Dead Phila Council In Tidal Wave To Slice '65 NEW DELHI, India (AP) — between Ceylon and the Indian    kJJ_ Thousands are homeless    and    at    mainland.    Illlf    [Hy IVJQ||QQV least 750 persons are dead on Unofficial estimates in news-    I    1    WUI Ceylon and the nearby island    of    papers at Colombo,    the capital    v    rn,, Ramcswaram, ravaged    by    a    „f ceylon, said the    death toll    ^    I hihidilphia (ity Council cyclone and 15-foot tidal wave,    would reach 2,000.    ai ds final is sSn Mondav here0t,dav CP    8    Ceyl°" air force I,,i,nes whe^iwes^ocutmofethan licit louay    _.    ,    dropped food to 14    Ceylonese    $46>000    from a proposed $350,- The disaster    area, off India s    villages isolated    by high    water    589 general fund budget for 1965 southeastern tip, is still virtual-    an(j washed out roads.    as prepared bv Mayor Joseph ly isolated and communication    Property damage is estimated    Pritz. is patchy. Villages have been at ^j-q nijHion    Chief    probiem    wju    jje    salvag- without food or water since _    .u,    •    *»dIvae» Wednesday morning    Railway officials said 115 per-    mg monthly pay increases    for _    ,    .,    .    . orn    sons aboard a passenger train    all city employes, ranging from Officials sai(J ‘djout 2    per-    ^ ^ ^ j5_f00t tidal wave that    $40 to $60. sons were    dead    on    Cey-    swopt across the eastern end Last Monday, members of the eswanm a 16    miie lone island    nf Ramoswaram    wcre    believc(1    city’s administration and coun- cswaram, a lh    mile long island    drowned    ci| spen, 4 hours (rying t0 pare - -    -    One survivor said villages on    approximately $38,000 from    the Yulp Glffc    the eastern end of Rameswar-    proposed 1965 appropriations for ■    VJiitJ    am were strewn with bodies and    departments controlled by    the a C J. I    that no food or water was avad*    general fund and did not reach Are stolen    able-    any satisfying conclusion. , In Ceylon, 12 miles    across the    The    next morning, Auditor The spirit of Christmas    giv-    chain of tiny islands, the situa-    Charlotte White scuttled    the ing was reversed by someone    tion m„..h the „ame in the    previous nights work by    an- Thursday night. Mrs. John F. "    .    nouncing the fund’s deficit for Pounds reported to Sheriff dep-    northern and    eastern    areas,    i964 would be $8,500 greater uties that someone entered her    which took the    full    brunt of the    than figured, amounting to $22, home at Roanoke and    took    storm.    521. clothing and a transistor radio ^^       w    „    At    Monday’s    session,    the    fig- from beneath the Christmas     ***    See    COUNCIL,    Page    14 tree    ON THE INSIDE - The wrapped Christmas gifts    ...    .    --- were valued at $36.    AVl|/i Deputies also were notified Around The World ...........23    DAT    -nG"* by Iceland Lemasters of Mid-    Churches.....................6    DDiruTCWFP vale Thursday at 1:20 p.m.    Hospital News................16    dKIvjM tlNtK that vandals had broken base-    obituaries ...................21    Mother to bride-elect: “Re- mails afthe residenwTf Si    Television...............11-12-13    member, marriage consists of ments at the residence of Basil .    „r    . give and take. If he doesn t Remaster of 148 24th St. NE, k P .................. ~    gjve enough, just take it.” New Philadelphia.    Women’s Pages...........8    &    9    ' Holiday Deaths Hit Record Pace By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The count of deaths in Christmas weekend traffic climbed higher today. The tally reached 290 in the holiday period that began at 6 p.m. local time Thursday and will end at midnight Sunday. Many multiple death accidents swelled the total. The toll ran well ahead of the daily 1964 average of about 110 motor vehicle fatalities per day —a pace that indicated a record total for the year. Rain, fog and snow increased driving hazards in many areas. The National Safety Council has estimated the final count at the end of the long holiday weekend at midnight Sunday would be between 550 and 650. Nine separate accidents took the lives of at least 36 persons. Included were seven members of tw'o families in Georgia, families of four in Illinois, Michigan, and Arkansas, and families of three in Ohio and Tennessee. Hazardous driving warnings were issued by the Weather Bureau for much of the Midwest as snow fell in areas from the See DEATHS, Page 2 Death Ruled Accidental The Wednesday death of Mrs. Kate McMillan, 94, of 174 17th St., NE, New Philadelphia, has been ruled accidental by County Coroner Dr. Philip P. Doughten. Mrs. McMillan w'as admitted to Union Hospital last Sunday after she fell and fractured a hip in the home of a son, Ross, with whom she had resided the last 6 years. Services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. in Kerr Funeral Home in Salineville with Rev. Allen Rose officiating. Burial will be in Woodland Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight. Born in Salineville, she was a daughter of William and Kale Wirebaugh. She was a member of the Salineville Church of Christ. Survivors include 2 other sons, 14 grandchildren, 15 greatgrandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren. Gnaden Man Hospitalized In Accident A Gnadenhutten area man is listed as “fair” today in Union Hospital with multiple face lacerations and internal injuries suffered in one of 3 auto mishaps investigated by sheriff deputies Thursday. Albert Dummermuth, 28, of RD I, Gnadenhutten, sustained the injuries in an accident on County Road 52. Information concerning the accident was unavailable this morning. The investigation report was in the car of the deputy. Smiley D. Gordon, 53, of 1502 N. Wooster Ave., Dover, was slightly injured in a one-car accident at 5 p.m. on County Road 98. He sustained a laceration on the back of his head but was not treated. Deputies said Gordon lost control on a curve, traveling 87 feet on the berm, then re-crossed the road where the auto overturned at least 2 times. The car came to rest on its top at the base of a telephone pole which was sheared off. Gordon was cited for speed excessive for conditions. Harry W. Barker, 22, of 261 McConnell St., Uhrichsville, was charged with speeding after his auto ran off County Road 37 Thursday night. He told deputies that the foot pedal on his car stuck and he lost control when he reached down to loosen it. Fire Runs Uhrichsville — Thursday at 12:58 p.m. to 5th and Dawson St. where an auto owned by Arthur Pershing backfired through the carburator causing damage estimated at $10. ;

  • Albert Dummermuth
  • Arthur Pershing
  • Barry Coldwater
  • Barry M. Coldwater
  • Harry W. Barker
  • Hubert Humphrey
  • Iceland Lemasters
  • John F.
  • Kale Wirebaugh
  • Kate Mcmillan
  • Lyndon B. Johnson
  • Nelson Rockefeller
  • Philip P. Doughten
  • Smiley D. Gordon
  • William Scranton

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: December 26, 1964

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