Low Resolution Image: Become a member to access this full resolution image at 375% higher quality.

OCR Text

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 2, 1964, Dover, Ohio Ace U. S. Carrier Sunk In Saigon, Authorities Probe For Definite Cause Weathervane YESTERDAY High 72    Low 44 The Weather Elsewhere High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear . 72 46    .. Los Angeles, clear .. 62 48 Miami, cloudy ..... 82    77    .07 St. Louis, cloudy ... 76 57 San Fran., clear ... 53 47    .. Washington, cloudy 54 44 TODAY 7 a m.............. 50 RAINFALL Last 24 hours ... none TOMORROW Sunrise............5:22 Sunset ............ 7:24 High 75    Low 48 Forecast: Fair and warm.Construction Contract Talks Continuing CLEVELAND (AP) - Construction work remained tied up today in sections of northern Ohio as negotiators continued contract talks covering about 7,500 workers. More than 500 steel and foundry workers also were idle. About 3,600 workers were off their jobs in Canton and 3,600 carpenters and structural iron See CONTRACT, Page 16 M The Daily Reporter Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, May 2, 1964 VOL. 60. NO. 250.    44 PAGES. 7 CENTS Tuesday's Primary Election To Present Interesting Races On Democrat Slate By James Davis Daily Reporter City Editor Tuscarawas County voters will go to the polls Tuesday but only the Democrats have interesting races on the county level. Voting apathy and the weather could be major factors in any election surprises. Heading the “hot races” are the sheriff, recorder and commissioner hopefuls, with no less than 16 seeking 4 posts. The sheriff’s race has grown more interesting within the last week over a letter asking support of one candidate, Joseph Frenzel. The New Philadelphia City Chairman Al Bricker resigned his post because of it. Incumbent A. J. (Tony) Young, seeking his second term, also has competition from Leonard (Diz) Simonetti, mayor of , Boswell and recent employe of the County Road and Bridge Department, and Nick Nigro of Voting Supplies Set For Tuesday Board of Elections clerks worked from 6 to 8 last night to distribute voting supplies for next Tuesday’s Primary ballot to the presiding judges of the 129 county precincts. Clerk Victor Turner said today more than 50 precincts still had to pick up the materials which include ballots, poll books, precinct maps and flags. Turner again noted that polling places in New Philadelphia and Uhrichsville precincts had been changed. Precinct E, Ward 3, in New Philadelphia has been moved to the Zimmerman garage at 124 North Ave. NE. In Uhrichsville, Precinct A, Ward 3, voting will take place at the residence of Mrs. Mary Wilcox-on of 926 Trenton Ave.Tax Take Rises COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — With two months remaining in the fiscal year, state tax revenues are running more than $64 million ahead of last year at this time, according to State Auditor Boger Tracy. Dover, the state’s star witness in *he 1960-61 Dover bribery trials. The Republican candidate in November will be Sam Bond, of RD I, New Philadelphia, well-known area sportsman. The Democratic race for 2 commissioner nominees involves 7 candidates, headed by incumbent Jacob Dummer-muth of Dover. Others are: Ev-erette Burdette of Uhr ichsville, operator of Burdette Ditching; J. Bert Gardner of RD 2. Tippecanoe, a farmer, sawmill operator and former Perry Township trustee; James Kelly of Uhrichsville, a representative for the State Highway Department; Thomas Moore of RD I, Port Washington, John G. Reese of RD I, New Philadelphia, a tavern owner, and William Winters of New Philadelphia, an employe of Weigand Suspensions Listed In Liquor Cases One Dover tavern today received a license suspension, a charge was filed against a Dover club and a former Dover resident had his liquor license suspended, all for violations of the state liquor laws. A request for a liquor permit from a Dover firm also was denied. Dinolfo’s Restaurant at 432 Broad St. was given a 21-day suspension order by the Ohio Department of Liquor Control for allowing consumption of beer on the premises by minors. The suspension begins at noon May 20 and ends at noon June IO. Three Dover high youths, who testified before the com-Faces Traffic Count Roger W. Corpman, 21, of Gnadenhutten has been charged with reckless operation in Central County Court as a result of an incident Thursday. The charge was filed by Ralph N. Work, no address given, who reportedly told state patrolmen that Corpman had passed him on the right DAY BRIGHTENER Maybe hard work won’t kill a person, but you never hear of anyone resting to death, either. mission, were found drinking beer in a raid by liquor agents last Jan. 30. The trio, according to Canton agents, were to have been charged with delinquency, but no action has ever been filed. The Veterans of Foreign Wars, Thomas J. Ayers Post 3463, on Cherry St. is charged with sale of liquor to a nonmember and also sale of malt liquor for off-premise consumption. A hearing on the charges is set for Tuesday before the control commission. Albert Greco of Navarre, operator of Al Greco’s Tavern there and former tavern operator in Dover, was given a 14-day suspension for sale of beer to a minor. The suspension begins at noon May 29 and ends noon June 3. The Liquor Control Commission announced it has, for the time being, denied application for a new D-5 permit sought by Hotel Dover Inc., now owned by David, Phillip and Robert Pietro. The Commission held that a population increase of 218 in See LIQUOR, Page 16 ON THE INSIDE Around Tile World .......... 15 Hospital News .......   16 Obituaries  ....... 29 Sports ........  34    to    39 Television ...........  19    to    21 Women’s Pages    8    &    9 a former auto service store Truck Sales Inc. Republican candidates in November will be Willard Leggett of New' Philadelphia and Russell Dessecker of near Tuscarawas. The County Recorder’s race, w'ith 5 running, developed after a Democratic dispute over the firing of an office employe by Ted Underwood of Dennison, who is seeking his first term after being chosen by the Democrat Executive Committee to succeed Robert Moore, who became assignment commissioner. Opposing Underwood are Loren Vasbinder of Dover, Sheriff Department deputy and former chief deputy in the County Treasurer’s office; Samuel Baio of New Philadelphia, op- See PRIMARY, Page MiJohn Appeals Jury Verdict UHRICHSVILLE — George G. John of RD 2, Newcomerstown, through Atty. James Thomas of New Philadelphia, has filed a notice of appeal in Southern District County Court on a guilty verdict handed down Friday by a jury. John was found guilty of an assault and battery charge filed by Ivan Hawk of Stone Creek, a bus driver for the Stone Creek-Jefferson School District. Judge Richard Musgrave had sentenced John to 6 months in county jail and fined him $200 in addition to paying court costs. John was to begin the sentence on Monday. Three months of sentence had been suspended.Not Halloween New Philadelphia police investigated a report at 1:55 yesterday afternoon that someone had put soap on a window of the Robert Swinderman home at rear of 234 3rd St. SW. He said dirt also was thrown on the pane.Terrorists Threatened New Attacks By PETER ARNETT SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) - The USS Card, World War II aircraft carrier credited with seven Nazi U-boat kills, was sunk by an explosion today. But she was partially refloated by the high tide in Saigon harbor. Divers who inspected the gaping hole in the baby flattop said they could not determine yet whether the blast that sent her down in the Saigon River was external or internal. American authorities were investigating three possible causes: A Communist bomb attached to the outside; sabotage committed by one of the allcivilian crew or a malfunction in the engine room. All 73 crewmen escaped injury w'hen the predawn explosion tore a hole in the vessel and settled her on the bottom of the 48-foot-deep river. Only the Card’s flight deck and superstructure showed above water for several hours after the blast at low tide. But with the incoming tide at midday, the Card’s keel broke free of the muddy bottom and she was partially refloated although See U.S. CARRIER, Page 30Common Pleas Court Changes Stenographer A court order is expected to be filed today or Monday terminating the employment of Diane Finley of 907 E Front St., Dover, as Common Pleas Court stenographer and secretary to Judge Raymond C. Rice. Miss Finley claims she was dismissed and Judge Rice said she walked out after an exchange of comments on proposed changes in her job setup. The court order, which still has to be signed by Judge J. II. Lamneck, terminates Miss Finley’s employment May 15. It also states that as of yesterday, Mrs. Richard (Esther) Miller of 716 4th St. NW, New Philadelphia, became assistant official shorthand recorder, clerk and secretary to the court. Miss Finley told The Daily Reporter that the exchange took place Wednesday. “I just got fired,’’ she said. “He gave me no reason.” Mrs. Miller, who has been doing some of Judge Rice’s personal work, took down the testimony yesterday in a divorce trial before the judge. Her husband operates the Gastown service station on the Boulevard in Dover. ;

Clippings and Obituaries for the Dover Daily Reporter