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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Dover, Ohio Many In GOP Feel Scranton May Be Late WASHINGTON (AP) — Gov. William W. Scranton’s sudden decision to challenge Sen. Barry Coldwater for the Republican presidential nomination stirred—if not electrified—party leaders across the country. But many, including foes of Coldwater, wondered if the governor’s move wasn’t too late. In essence they asked. Where was Scranton earlier?” And a Rockefeller supporter remarked tartly, ‘‘Scranton and others like him sat on their hands too long.” There was certainly no sign in an Associated Press survey of party leaders of any break in the ranks of Coldwater backers after Scranton’s announcement Friday. Those who cheered the governor’s leap into the race were previously uncommitted or were backing candidates other than Coldwater. Typical of those who have been supporting Coldwater was Tennessee GOP chairman Har-See TOO LATE?, Page ll II The Daily Reporter Smiling Gov. William Scranton gives an "OK” sign after announcing his presidential candidacy. A Goldwater man holds a sign for Scranton's rival. Scranton's own sign (left) shows him and his wife, Mary. Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, June 13, 1964 VOL. 60. NO. 285.    40    PAGES. 7 CENTS DAY BRIGHTENER * One drawback about taking ■■■    •    #    rn    a    rn    I    home movies on your vacation Twin City Water Board i° Upheld In Judge s Ruling *vvM«rane The long-standing dispute in-    palities, for the furnishing of    Lamneck ruled, in accordance volving membership and man-    sewage disposal service pay-    with the 1948 agreement, that it    YESTERDAY agement of the Twin City Wa-    ment for the same.    consists of 6    members—the may-    High 87    Low    67 ter Department Board and Sew- Lamneck stated, in his writ- ors of Dennison and Uhrichs-    Elsewhere In U.S. age Disposal Plant was settled ten opinion, that there were 2 Ville as ex officio members, and    High    Low    Pr. yesterday by a Common Pleas    main issues to be settled in    4 members, 2 of whom are to    Albuquerque, clear .    92    58    .. Court decision.    the suit filed on March 4 by    be appointed by each of the 2    Denver, rain ....... 79    50    T Judge J. H. Lamneck, in a    Dennison Village, through May-    city councils.    Honolulu, cloudy ...    85    71    .. 4-page court entry backed by a or Donald Hush>n, against the    Both mayors, by force of the    Memphis, clear ____ 93    74    .. 14-Dai?e ODinion held as valid-    Ee"niso" Board of Trustees ol    2 ordinances enacted validly in    New Orleans, cloudy    92    69    .. .    "    ’    Public Affairs.    setting up the waterworks sys-    Pittsburgh, cloudy .    84    66    .04 (I)—The ordinances and    (I)—The legality and compo- tem and by Section 733.30 of the Salt Lk. City, cloudy 76 48 .06 agreement of July I and 2,    sition of the Board of Trus-    Revised Code, must serve as    Seattle, cloudy ..... 65    52    .. 1948, establishing, between the    tees of the jointly owned Twin    board members, the judge fur-    TODAY Village of Dennison and the City    City Waterworks; and    thor ruled.    7 a rn    ...    70 ~\Chr(i;e' “? j0inL man-    (2>—The management and    Dcnnison Board of Trustees or    '‘ RAINFALL'' tmThllv ™ J/hJT 9    T' TA ,hc “W*™.*®    Public Affairs has no duty nor Last 24 hours .OS inch tripart and *    mun.cpaht.cs.    au(hori(y wUh regard to joi„t    TOMORROW «»—The’agreement of March    With respect lo the Twin City management of the waterworks    Sunrise............4:53 2. 1950, between the 2 munich Water Works board of trustees'    Lamn?<* d“re*d'    Sunset .............7:59 --------1    With respect to the sewage    High 87    Low 65 I    '    m    a    t    disposal service and payments Forecast:    Partly    cloudy, Hon rn    Cjlll77f*rl I JI!    In CC    for i{ in    the 2 municipalities,    warm,    possible    showers. U    KSU    LUJJ    Lamneck    ordered that Denni-___ j    _    son’s Board of Trustees of Pub- Of Ne town School Rating present jurisdiction Land Action By Mrs. Sally Duffy    principal does not have the re- ov«r the sewerage system with- I A r»rvO/1 lr~>/4 Telephone HY 8-7839    quired master's degree, the Ii- “J®* ^.nfmes of Dennison;    IS Mppeuieu NEWCOMERSTOWN -The    branan is not certified and the    , ,77. manage and con- Board of Education was ques- library does not have minimum    system    and appoin Dr. Edwin and Mrs. Ruth tioned last night by a group of    volumes.    necessary officers,    employes    Earley of 301 Winkler Dr., Do- paronts about the loss of North    (Q)  What has been done on    and a8cnts> un^ such time as    ver, have filed notice of their Central Assn. of Secondary    each of these items-    Dennison acquires an    interest in    intention to appeal the approp- Sohools and Colleges accnedita- ,A* T. r. '    D    the sewage disposal plant now nation of a parcel of land front- tion and    what can    be    done    to    —The    Librarian, Mrs. B. presently    owned by Uhrichs-    ing on    the Valley Manor    Nursing regain it.    B- Dowling, has just completed    Ville;    and    Home    on    Routes 250    and    8, Asking the questions were Mr. a 6-hour course at Kent State    (3)—Cannot turn over all its south of Schoenbrunn. and Mrs.    E.    A. Carlson,    Mr.    University’s    Academic Center    existing authority    to    the    Twin The    State Highway    Departed Mrs.    Ray Cremblet,    Mr.    and she is    to take summer    See    WATER BOARD, Page    6    ment    had    mark' a deposit    of and Mrs.    Vie    Cornell and Mrs.    courses in    library science    *    acres of    land    to George Little.    toward obtaining certification. 1    1    U1    Ju*.    construction    of Some of the more important The board has hased m ON THE INSIDE    0*7    ^“ queries and explanations follow:    books    each    year for the ,    .........    ,    f    . (QI - What was the reason ]as, 7 and the school has gained „    .    _.    The Earley* have asked Com- we lost our accreditation?    70 Mnt incrcase <)V*r the Around Hie World .......... bl    mon Pleas ( our to determine (A) — T. D. Addy read a let-    nijrniM,r volumes If was    stat.    Go*’60 0n Bridge ............ 2:)    a just amount of compensation ter to the board from the NCA    e(J that t^e scho()j n()W    has    5 .J00    Hospital News ................ 14    for both the land appropriated stating the deficiencies have ex- books, still short of the ^OOO Obituaries ..........-••••••• » and damage caused to the isled since 1956 and that some NCA mi'nimum for a sehool the Sports ............ 28 29-30-31 32 residue of their property. The have been cleared up. but oth-    Television .............. 17    to    20    highway department made no era have not — primarily, the See SCHOOL QUIZ, Page 14 Women’s Pages  ...... ii    it    9    offer toward such damage. Campaign Push Opens Today In Connecticut Bv JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AF) — Suave Gov. William W. Scranton embarked today on what he depicts as a Lincolnian crusade to rescue the Republican party from the Goldwater conservatism he sees as threatening a GOP defeat in November. Scranton declared himself in the running for the party’s presidential nomination Friday and received a warm sendoff from many Republican leaders, including former President Dwight D. Eisenhower and the target of his new adventure—Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona. Goldwater called Scranton “one of the outstanding governors in the nation.” Eisenhower, who had urged an ‘‘open convention” and indicated differences with Goldwater, welcomed ‘‘the entry of Gov. Scranton, whom I have long admired.’* But Scranton received anything but good wishes from former Vice President Richard M. Nixon. Nixon had urged someone get in the ring with Coldwater. And he declared Friday night that Scranton had a See CONNECTICUT, Page ll FBI Probes Nuclear Theft PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The Federal Bureau of Investigation is probing the possible theft of government nuclear reports from an Ohio aviation agent staying at the International Airport Motel here. A briefcase containing files and reports was ransacked by a gunman, who, police said, forced his way into the room of Robert Carls, 51, of Wickliffe, Ohio, Friday night. ;

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