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   Coshocton Times, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1964, Coshocton, Ohio                               TELEPHONES BUSINESS OFFICES 622-2837 NEWSROOM 622-1122 The Coshocton Tribune The Best In local news and In national and world plus In editorial page and other features VOL. 56, NO. 9 fulJ Wire Report of United PreM International COSHOCTON, OHIO 43812, MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31, 1964 Beit of Newspaper Comics and Pictorial SEVEN CENTS LBJ MANS THE Johnson pumps water by hand while his Democratic running-mate, Sen. Hubert Humphrey, washes his hands during a weekend visit to Johnson City, Tex. Watching are Lady Bird and Sen. Humphrey's son, Douglas- (UPI Telephoto) Mother Turns Self, 4 Children Into Torches ATLANTA (UPI) Steve Martin, an eight-year-old Little leaguer, was supposed to start school today. Instead he "lies in a hospital bed. his mind a muddle of confused thoughts. Steve was the victim of a nightmarish tragedy which took the lives of his mother and three little sisters. Police said the mother, Kath- erine Martin, a winsome 28- year-old, drenched Steve and the three girls with gasoline Saturday night, doused the flu- id over her own body and struck a match. All four were turned into human torches. Mrs. Martin and Jean, 6, Su- san, 3, and Sarah, 18 months, were killed. But Steve made a dash across the front yard, his flesh aflame, and a neighbor spotted him. The neighbor, W. F. Wolfe, threw him to the ground and extinguished the flames with a blanket. The tragedy shocked the mid- dle class neighborhood in the industrial suburb of Chamblee where the Martins lived. Little Steve mumbled from his hospital bed that his moth- er kept saying, "I've got to do it; I've got to do as she poured gasoline on the children and lighled the matches to their bodies late Saturday night. Steve was in critical condi- tion at Georgia Baptist Hospi- tal with burns over 40 per cent of his body. President, Guests End Playful Time at Ranch JOHNSON CITY. Tex. (UPI) Johnson returned to the formalities of office today that ended a relaxed ranch country weekend wh ch ranged from moments of sentiment to hilarity. the food stamp program. Johnson, who arrived here with Humphrey and their wives on Friday from Atlantic City, N. J., scene of the Democratic National Convention, was un- c-rtain Sunday when he would The Chief Executive bade head back to Washington. He farewell Sunday afternoon to his weekend guest and vice presidential running mate, Sen. Hubert H. Humpmey. who re- turned to Washington for the Senate's reconvening. At 2 p.m. EDT, Johnson scheduled a phone call to the plasterer's union meeting at the Sheraton Hotel in Philadelphia. Then, ho planned to sign into law the 1964 measure extending Suggests New Deed CROYDON, England Surrey Cub Scout chief Edgar Lea said he told two of his Wolf Cubs today to find a new "good deed" to perform after he caught them warning driv- ers to watch out for a police radar speed zone down the road. Disturbance Is Halted by Police NEW YORK (UPI) Steel- helmeted police broke up a near-riot between feuding Ne- groes and Puerto Ricans in Manhattan's Lower East Side Sunday night and fired shots at fire bomb throwers. Three Molotov cocktails were tossed at a Negro-occupied tene- ment and two Puerto Ricans were arrested on arson charges The same street had been the scene of similar disorders early Sunday morning, and police said they evidently were sparked by the fatal shooting late Saturday night of a Puerto Rican, allegedly by a Negro. The arrest of the two Puerto Ricans brought to 24 the num- ber of persons taken into cus- tody since the disorders broke out several hours after the fatal shooting of Robert Rojas, 35. James Ballinger, a 23-year- old Negro, was arrested on homicide charges in the shoot- ing which occurred as Rojas was walking near his home. The Puerto Rican was rushed to Bellevue Hospital but was dead on arrival. said he was thinking of staying at his LBJ ranch near here for "a couple of days" more. Saturday night, Johnson was honored by more than of his neighbors at a barbecue celebrating his 56th birthday, which was Thursday. He made a speech forecasting a "long and rough" election campaign and keyed largely to a defense of his administration's policies in Viet Nam and other crisis areas. But Sunday, from a warm, personal standpoint, brought the highlight of the weekend when President and Mrs. Johnson took Humphrey, his wife and their 16-year-old son, Douglas, for a 75-minute tour of the ranch. A score of cameramen and reporters trailed along as the President and his running mate shouted "yahoo" and chased cattle for the photographers. During one such adventure. Humphrey soiled his shoe and quipped: "Mr. Prsident, I just stepped on the Republican platform." Johnson laughed uproariously. He also thought of barring pub- lication of the remark, saying he didn't want to force an an- swer from the GOP national Chairman Dean Burch. "On the other hand, let's see what he Johnson added. Highway Death Toll Set at 12 For Weekend Negroes Enter Mississippi Public Schools Racial Bars Go Down Without j Strife in Biloxi By AL KUETTNER BILOXI, Miss. (UPI) Mis- issippi desegregated its first lublic schools today in an at- mosphere of resignation after ears of resistance. Sixteen Negroes were accept- d in four elementary schools n this historic vhere statclv. coastal citv. Police on Guard Against New Riots in Philadelphia Gangs of Negroes Continue Vandal Looting By GENE HARRIS 'pay foe patrolmen. area in patrol cars supplies of foodstuffs. A PHILADELPHIA (UPI) A, The number arrested by pounded beats abore-jfew minutes later, a gang o! weekend of Negro rioting, plun-.lice during the three days of dering and bloodshed waned, conflict totaled 3G9 men, worn- into sporadic outbreaks of van-Jen and teen-agers. A special dalism and looting today. court was set up at City Hall Mayor James H.J. Tate dispose of the charges viated to a few hundred on rooftops showered The tightened with a barrage of hot wasn't enough, however, to con-i ties, rocks and bricks. trol the situation completely. There were scattered acts ol Bands of Negroes, many of: vandalism and looting in othei clare-J the situation under them. A total of 197jthem teen-agers of the city. Six store trol but kept in force a had been disposed of and looting in sud-j windows were broken In a Ne- curfew and a guard of po-jfore Judge Vincent A. Carrolljden strikes, smashing windows ;gco acea of West Philadelphia. large show window in a moss coveredilicemen in the ravaged court shortly beforeiand stealing merchandise, )aks bend to the blast of low-i area in North Philadelphia'midnight until this morning. Jfleeir.g through slum area! center-city clothing store was the defendants before police could ar-i smashed, a metal trash basket i lying jet planes at a nearby known as the "jungle." Air Force base, and by 10 a.m. ST, 14 were in first grade classes. There were no incidents. It was in sharp contrast to i Most of A total of 348 persons werej held on bail, injured, seven of them in briefl Patrolmen armed with !nve. ;was hurled through a down- Most of the new outbreaks .skirmishes with police Sunday -clubs patroled the six-square- occurred on the northern fringe night. More than 100 of the area constantly. the devastated area. A state jured were policemen. The! rode in buses as complete .he rioting that claimed twoimayor said "damage costs'Msquads ready to rush into vari- I liquor store was looted of it? contents when police rushed to By United Press International A rash of Sunday traffic acci- dents pushed Ohio's weekend traffic death toll to at least 12, with three other deaths bring- ing the total for the weekend to at least 15. The worst accident of the pe- riod beginning at 6 p.m. Friday and ending at midnight Sunday took place Sunday west of To ledo, when a father and two daughters were killed in a head- on collision. In all, seven persons were killed in Sunday traffic mishaps. Hot weather sent thousands of Ohioans to the beaches and pools, but only two drownings were reported for the weekend period. A Cleveland man was killed in a fall from the roof of his house. The dead: FRIDAY Cleveland: Jerry Cerny. 80, Cleveland, accidentally fell from the roof of his house here late Friday and was killed. Defiance: Mrs. Hazel Vogel. 63, Defiance, was fatally injured Friday when a car driven by her husband Bernard, 66, turned into the path of another car on Ohio 424 west of here. SATURDAY Bellaire: James W. Meadows, 19, Rt. 2, Jacobsburg, and Dav- (Page 5. Please) ives when Negro James Mere-jwould amount to several mil-jous sections where trouble de- a grocery several blocks away dith enrolled at the dollars, including Other police capture two boys emerging! of Mississippi at Oxford on Sept. 30, 1962. Seventeen Negroes had reg- istered for classes at Biloxi. one of four Mississippi cities ordered by the courts to make a start toward desegregation this fall. One was rejected, however, when it was learned that the child's parents live out- side the state. White parents sat in their cars, in the vicinity of the four Biloxi schools long after their children had entered but there was no attempt to interfere when the Negro youngsters ap peared and walked shyly hold ing their parent's hands into the schools. Seven Negroes entered Gor enflo, three others began class es at Lopez elementary anr four entered Dukate, an olc two-story building surroundec town shoe store window, anc more than 14 stores in an area south of the embattled region were looted. Bud Outlaw, a Negro news- man, was trapped in a tele- (Paze 6, Please) Water Will Be Off City water will be shut off from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. Tues- day in the area north of Chest- nut st., between Ninth and Seventeenlh sts., according to city service director's office. Both sides of Chestnut st. will be without water, the report stated. Record Crowds Flock to State Fair; Horse Racing Program Starts Today COLUMBUS (UPI) Cloudy j the Ohio State Trot, skies and humid, 90-degrce wea- II will_ be followed by the S29.- ther only cut into attendance slightly Sunday and the Ohio State Fair was still drawing at a record pace as today's activ- ities began. An estimated 278.763 have made their way through die gates thus far. about 300 over the total for the first three days of last year's record fair. Attendance Sunday was esti- mated at a good portion of which came from outside Columbus. Of those, 57.355 paid their way in and an esti- mated 41.000 were non-paying visitors. Today's program was geared to fraternal and service club exhibits and to the ladies. And between and crippled children were admitted free, treated to a lunch and 250 Ohio State Pace on Tuesday. The grandstand show also was changed today with hillbilly Co- medians Homer and Jethro and the Ginny Tiu family opening a three-day run with afternoon and evening performances. A pair of misses named Lin- da picked up beauty titles in contests during the weekend. Linda Grafmiller, 18, an Ohio State University coed from sub- urban Upper Arlington, Sunday night was crowned Miss Wool of Ohio. Runnerup in the field of 24 was Joyce Bartleson, 20. Co- lumbus, also attending Ohio State. Linda Spahr, 16, Fairborn. was chosen Saturday as Future Farmers of America queen in competition with 145 other con- testants. Members of her court were Mary Saiter, Ridgeway; rode the rides free. They came Cindy Sharp, West Alexandria, from about 50 counties. i and Lynda Burnett, St. Marys. The four-day harness racing. Both girls will compete in '.h; program, with prizes totaling j queen of queens contest Thurs- also began today with'day night with the winner of that contest being crowned Miss Ohio State Fair of 1965. Sunday also a record price paid out at a livestock auction. Bob Evans Sausage Co., Colum bus, bought the fair's grand champion barrow, a 225-pound Hampshire, for from Wi! liam Nash, Sharpsville. That figured to S3.05 per pound com pared with the record of S3.01 set last year. There were a few moments of unscheduled excitement at the Wall of Death motorcycle thrill show Sunday. Jack Hutchens of Ocala, Fla., operator of the show, was rid ing on the walls of the wooden tank when his motorcycle caught fire. He scrambled out of the tank and was treated for minor burns. The motorcycle set fire to the show's canvas tent, dam- aging it. Pamela Ventura, Berea, who received a broken right ankle when she fell from a ferris wheel at the fair Saturday, was released Sunday from Universi- ty Hospital Nasser Pledges Aid to Makarios NICOSIA, Cyprus (UPI) President Makarios headed for home today from talks with United Arab Republic President Gamal Abdel Nasser. He took with him a promise of :'aJl pos- sible assistance" for his Greek Cypriot government against "foreign aggression.'1 A joint communique at the close of talks between Makari- os and Nasser in Alexandria, Egypt, called for "cessation of foreign interference in the af- fairs of Cyprus so. its people will have the opportunity to solve their own problems by their ownfree will." The communique did not mention Turkey's threat to in- vade the island to protect its Turkish minority. Both sides denounced "for- eign bases which constitute a direct threat to world peace and security in the area." This was a reference to the British bases now on the is- land and the possibility of their being replaced by NATO installations. by ancient oaks. The mother one of th (Page 5. Please) Main St. Store Is Burglarized Merchandise believed to be valued at several hundred dol- lars was stolen early Sunday from the Cussins and Fearn store on West Main st.. Co- shocton police reported today. Members of the police de- partment today are trying to find clues to the burglary while store employes check invento- ry to determine what w a s stolen. The burglary was discover- ed at 3 a.m. Sunday when po- licemen making their regular rounds of business places noted that door on the west side of the building looked like it as ajar. They investigated and found that a door on the east side of the building had been dam- aged. A panel was broken out to permit the burglars to en- er the building and they ap- parently left by the west door into the parking lot. RIOT put their arms through smashed-out windows of police cruiser following weekend rioting in North Philadelphia. The car was damaged during violence which resulted in 348 persons being injured and 369 arrested. {UPI Telephoto) Weather Fair and cooler tonight, low, 55. Sunny, slightly warmer Tuesday with high of 85. U.S. Airman Is Viet Nam Victim SAIGON, Viet Nam Lawmakers Return to Capital After Conclave WASHINGTON (UPI) Con-l House-passed bill to expand So gress returns today to continue cial Security coverage and in- 1 i i j fci1 J.v_.n.tiijo j1 vu tjv-witiii> Mini 111 M I m'hary wrangling over several key is- crease benefits by 5 per cent said today that an American Air Force captain was killed when Communist guerrillas fired on his plane near the edge of Bicn Hoa Air Base. The spokesman also disclosed that four other Americans have been wounded by Communist mines and gunfire in South Viet Nam. The slain Air Force captain was identified as Richard Dean Goss. of Seattle. Wash. the added prospect I Backers of Johnson's medicare that a dose of presidential politics may be thrown in for good measure. The lawmakers, in recess dur- program. which would be fi- nanced by Social Security, planned to introduce it a; an amendment to the measure. ing the past week for the Demo-i Supporters of the heal'h care cratic national convention, werejprogram for elderly persons eager to wind up business and begin the campaign. But lead- ers indicated that it might be three to four weeks before Con- gress can adjourn. Five Killed in Head-on Crash NAPOLEON (UPI) Five persons, including four mem- bers of a Trenton. Tenn. family, were killed early today in a head-on collision on U.S. 24 about 10 miles east of here. Killed in the grinding crash John W. Shininger. 17, were Among issues still facing the The spokesman said Gossj House and Senate are Temperatures was killed along mecl High Sunday, 84; low, 64. One year ago, high 83; low, 62. Atlanta Boston Charleston, S.C.. Des Moines..... El Paso......... Indianapolis Los Angeles..... Miami New Orleans New York Ra'leigh....... San Francisco Spokane High Low 87 81 .86 78 .95 95 86 93 .91 86 67 63 Washington ...90 Wichita 84 70 fiS 78 61 71 57 64 80 76 74 72 56 37 74 75 Collision Is Fatal ST. JOHN, Mich. (UPI) Five members of the family of Donald Kretzler, Defiance, Ohio were injured and a Lansing, Mich., woman was killed in a two-car collision Saturday at the junction of U.S. 27 and Michigan 57 near here. Obituaries, Page 11 a state legislative reappor- pressed Appalachia region Defiance, Ohio, driver of one of IWl IU lw I J l_ L O V> I 1 _ _ predicted it would clear the the cars, Ray CGu ledge >0, Senate, but the House approval was dim. In the House, representatives! outlook foriTrenton- Tcnn the olher driv' er; his mother. Lois. 45: his Dale 6 and his sister, were expected to give early ap- proval to Johnson's SI billion: proposal for revitalizing the dc-, 15. father, Joe, 54, and an uncle. Virgil Sanders. 37, namese student pilot Saturday '.ionmenl. foreign aid and one while practicing night landings i portion of President Johnson's at the American Bicn Hoa anti-poverty program. Detroit, were in seriaus concli- 15 miles north of here. U. S. are stationed at Scheduled as first order of business in the Senate was ai jet bombers the bases. He said their A-1E-G fighter- bomber was fired on from the! ground immediately before it! crashed 200 yards from the end of the runway. The spokesman said an in- vestigation was still going on By A. E. HEFFERNAN to determine whether the eno-i RIRMTXTHW my ground fire was the actual' BIRMINGHAM, cause of the crash 'The church The captain was the 276th used to reverberate with part of his anti-poverty pro- gram. Although both Johnson and GOP presidential nominee Bar- _ 1100 at Hospiral 5. Please} Negro Church Blasted By Bomb Is Re-Opened in Bowling Green with possible fractures, lacerations and con- tusions. William Heller. 20. Defiance, was in serious condition in De- fiance Hospital with multiple j The Henry County sheriff's ;office said Shiningcr apparently j crossed the center line and .smashed into the Gullcdgc ve- hicle, but deputies said they had been unable to question any of Jhc survivors. There apparently were no wit- lip> nesses to the crash, which took American to die in South Viet dom They were si-j On Sept. 15. 1963, shortly af-iplace in a remote area near Nam since Jan. 1, 1951. Of icnced by'a fatal dynamite b.astjlcr a.i demonstrate. The words "we shall over- were on everybody's these 188 have been killed in combat action. Five-Day Forecast By United Press International i Ohio; Temneratures will aver-i and now only hymns are heard inside. A quarter of the 675 members of 16th Street Baptist Church :attended re-dedication services .m.. the church be- Texas, about 10 miles cast of this Henry County community. Passenger Trains Collide in Holland ARNHEM, The September's riynam i Sunday. church's They marked the official rebirth after age four to seven degrees Two local passenger1 blast that killed four young Ne- trains crashed head-on today gro girls. normal. Representative normal high and low temperatures arc Cleveland 78-56, Columbus 82-56, Cincinnati 84-62. Warming Tues- day and Wednesday and then lit- tle change until turning cooler toward end of the week. Rain- fall will total around asjone train rose into the air andjgration near the Westcrvoort Bridge; cast of here. First reports said four per- sons were killed and 12 in- ured. The ceremony was qviiet and dignified. The church last summer was the site of nightly "mass meet- ings" of Negroes, who heard i came a center of tragedy. A dynamite explosion killed the girls in the basemen: whrrej Kills Woman they attended Sunday school. The children were Dcnise McNair. 11; Diane Robinson. 13; Cynthia Wesley. 14. and Addie Mae Collins, 12. Millions of people were shocked. Almost immediately thousands of messages and do- nations of money poured in. The church was rebuilt it a cost of one fifth cnv- Officials said the coach of stirring messages from by insurance, the res leaders such as the scattered thundershowers Thurs- fell on the third coach of Martin Luther King Jr., At the rededication Sundayjthe hospital following treatment day or Fiiday. other. and thAn went on the street to from contributions WASHINGTON. Pa. (UPI) Mrs. .lanet Mcllinger. 39. of Elytia. Ohio, died in Washing- ton Hospital Sunday about hours after being adrrnUM with injuries suffered when her auto failed to negotiate a curve on a road near here and rammed into a house. The victim's husband, t h Rev. John Mcllinger, pastor of the Fhst Presbyterian Church of Elyria, was relc.iscd from only church music was sung, for facial lacerations. {NEWSPAPER! lEWSPAPERr   

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