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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1964, Dover, Ohio Grants Proposed To Secure Collegians For County Mental Health Work of the ftewlHpf inert Tuseaf awis Ceun ty Comprehensive Mental Health Planning Study Group Kiel yesterday afternoon in Un Ion Hospital Chairman Carlson of Kb appointing a subcomffiiU tee fof the purpose ef obtain Ing college students to take part in the The subcommittee will con tact area college students who will soon graduate and will try to secure fof these students for the purpose of ing graduate eotifsea In fields of mental fft return the students will to work in Tuscatawas Ceunty after they have completed theif It was also pointed out that it was not necessary to be a recent graduate in order to take part in the Those appointed la the com initlee were Glenn Jentes and Tom McCullough of Cover and Jack ftickel and Larfy Henderson of New Carlson appointed the committee after it was recom mended by Robert Psenka of regional planning consultant in charge of the guid ance the local Psenka stated that it will be the job of the subcommittee to locate these prospective grad uate students and to contact universities in Ohio in an at tempt to set up Me notedthat there are many such scholarships available at universities in Carlson also appointed 2 other one for the purpose of meeting with hospi tal officials and finding owl what kind of facilities could be made available fof mental health patients and the other to make a survey of the possible resources for a mental health program in the In othef action takeft fit t meeting Caflsofi ed Dorrefi Oarey of defihutlen as secretary and fiounced that the next Meeting would be held ill ly one at which tittle 3 committees will give reports on theif Better A Mark Of Reporter Quality THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION 30 Largest Circulation n Tuscarawas County DovevNew July 1964 Serving Over Familial PHONE 42167 7 CENTS 20 On Oil Rig Feared Lost At Sea By LOUIS MILLINER MORGAN shallow pocket of gas puffed into a giant touch ing off the worst disaster in the history of offshore oil drilling leaving 20 men feared There was fire said one of the 25 If hell is any I dont want to go The terrific predawn explo sion and fire collapsed the a floating oil rig and sent it plunging 180 feet to the bottom of the Gulf of Two bodies were An intensive search found no trace of 18 The 18 are probably still aboard the Baker at the bot said Jack Bates of Read ing and Bates Offshore Drilling owner of the giant rig actually two 360foot hulls with a derrick mounted between The rig had moved to its new drilling spot 72 miles off the Louisiana coast southwest of this fishing town last Half of the 43 persons aboard were asleep when the drilling crew encountered a shallow pocket of gas under high pres sure at 680 Two others were in a service barge tied up alongside the The gas engulfed the giant ap papatus and a stray spark touched off the explosion and The dead men were identified as Don Demars of Bayou and Ernest Schadler of Lake The missing men were from Louisiana and Mississippi and the survivors from Arkansas and New Residents Must File For Voting Ballots County Board of Elections of fice has been instructed to transmit Jo the Secretary of State a list of all new residents who will cast presidential bal lots in the coming By new new resi dents in Ohio now are required to have only 40 days residence in county and in order to vote for the office of the president and vice In order to check possible re duplication of Secretary of State Ted Brown has pre pared a postcard form when each new resident casts his These cards are to be See Page 2 HighPowered UHRICHSVILLE A keg of which exploded some time between closing time Mon day night yesterday at caused considerable dam age to the barroom of the Moose Police said a Mavi crossing Earl heard an explosion about I but that it bad founded far MANILA REPORTS INDICATE WORST STORM EVER By HENRY HARTZENBUSCH MANILA AP Casualty igures from Typhoon Winnie soared today as reports of death and destruction from one of the worst storms ever to smash through Manila started trickling n from stricken The Philippine News Service and local newspapers reported GOOD NEWS FOR Barry Goldwater and William Scranton go out after the key Illinois GOP delegation and Gold water center said he was very pleased over a poll giving him 48 of the states 58 delegate Goldwater is flanked by Everett Dirk sen right and Charles gubernatorial Scranton was surrounded by supporters top when he visited Chicagos See stories on Page WANTS SEATS ON BOARD Dehnisons Bqard of Trustees of Public Affairs yesterday filed notice it will appeal the Com mon Pleas Court ruling of June 12 that it has no duty to per form nor any authority to sit on the Twin City Water Paul Redinger of the Syler and Redinger law firm June Rains Total Those who thought the area had an unusual amount of rain in June were because the precipitation was almost an inch more than the months av Weather Observer Rei ser reported the June rains to taled or of an inch heavier than the months normal of despite the heat in re cent the temperature last month averaged compared with the June normal of The hottest day was June 23 when the mercury ed to 94 and the low mark was registered on June 2 when it was Yesterdays high was 92 and the low was It was 72 at 7 today with another scorcher in Oh Reiser pointed out that yesterday was longest day of the the sun rising at and setting at The days now will become the saic the appeal to the Fifth Distric Court will be based on errors in Redinger said he has 50 days in which submit a brie to support the Since the Dennison boarc members had been serving on the Water Board as automatic arguing under Ohio they had the author ty to participate in the join management of the water sys Judge Lamnecks ruling reversed that In making his Lam neck declared that Section of Ohio Law as a spe cial over other sections of the code in its provisions fo setting a jointlyowned water works system as agreed on be tween Dennison and Uhrichsvilli on July At that when Dennison Board of Public Affairs did no See Page 2 Winnie Casualty List Growing 44 dead although the Red Cross listed only 11 The Red Cross reported 275 injured and homeless in cities and provinces of central Luzon Is land hit by the Manila declared a state of calamity and began clearing rubble and The city of two million still was without electric power and water 36 hours after the typhoon roared in from the Pacific with winds up to 90 miles an hour Monday Public transportation was re stored this City streets were choked with cars and The Manila International Air port reopened to traffic after a 36hour The typhoon passed south of the big Clark Air Force 45 miles north of but hit the Navys Sang ley Point Air Station across the bay from A Navy spokesman said there were no Aircraft were either lashed securely or flown to saf er The Manila Weather Bureau said the still packing 95 mile was churning across the South China Sea toward the Chinese Congress Salary Fight Expected By JOE HALL WASHINGTON AP Op ponents of a proposed salary increase for members of Congress promised a floor fight today as the Senate opened floor debate on a million federal pay hike Sponsors of the legislation said they were confident they could beat off any major including those aimed at the congressional They said that if the House could go along with this in when all of its members are up for election this 1 Airman 4 Missing As Planes Collide Santa Catalina Is Calif naval re servist is dead and four others are missing after collision of two Navy submarinetracking A sportfishing boat near the crash four miles north of this resort island picked up the body of one victim The Navy identified him as of Thousand Missing with Crowells the Navy were Don ald Tarr of and Carl of Los The other plane carried of and Joseph Le of Mountain Helicopters and boats con verging on the scene found only floating gasoline slick and a partly inflated life Anderson estimated the planes collided at feet and fell 100 feet They sank in 500 feet of water off the Senate should be able to do so without Only one third of the senators must face the voters this The bill covers about mil lion civil service and postal workers and also all fed eral executives and judges as well as senators and repre President Johnson has been pushing hard for prompt action on the asserting the executive raises are essential to retain key personnel in his ad Senate Republican Leader Ev erett Dirksen of Illinois told a reporter he would like to see the bill amended to give a 000 raise to members of Con the same as that which would be granted Cabinet mem He conceded that the chances for this seemed to be Con gressmen are now paid William D Sec Page 2 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 92 Low 68 Elsewhere In High Low Pr clear 92 03 cloudy 94 71 clear 91 67 Los clear 85 58 cloudy 85 77 8 New clear 99 78 cloudy 88 0 rain 84 70 San cloudy 60 53 cloudy 98 74 TODAY 7 72 RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 87 Low 64 Forecast warm anc humid with scattered thunder Mississippi Town Almost Normal Thomas Gets Post As Aide To Prosecutor James Thomas of 618 N New Philadel was appointed as fulltime assistant county prosecutor to Prosecutor Harlan Spies made the with the approval of Common Pleas following the resignation of James who had served as parttime assist I am very happy to have the assistance of Spies He will assist me in carrying the general work load which has increased con By PHIL ORAMOUS AP little into na tional prominence 10 days ago by the baffling disappearance of three civil rights al most back to The search for the missing trio goes There are no more anxious groups of residents crowding street Discussion of the mysterious disappearance is limited to quick questions and occasional A week ago a large force of FBI state high way patrolmen and other in vestigators moved into Phila delphia to comb the hills and swamps of Neshoba County for clues in the disappearance of Michael Schwerner and Andrew two white New York and James a Ne gro from nearby Dungareeclad sailors from the Navys air field at Meridian joined the search by order of resident The of a task force orking on a summerlong Ne ro voter registration campaign n this racially troubled ere last seen the night of June 1 after posting bond when ailed on a speeding Residents of Neshoba it wolf in means See Page 2 v ON THE INSIDE Around The World 9 Dear Abby 27 Alvarez 29 Crane 27 Goren On Bridge 29 Hospital News 13 Obituaries 2 Sports 15 16 Television 18 Womens Pages 12 13 Your Horoscope 27 Alsco Pact Negotiated agree ment has been negotiated by Alsco here and the United Steelworkers of AFL according to a joint an nouncement made this morn The reached las is subject to ratification by members of Local Pres ident Vincent Reynolds has ask ed them to attend a specia meeting for that purpose July 7 at in Town No agreement details were given pending the ratification Will Reign for Soap Box Derby One of these ranging in age from 12 to will reign as queen for the annual Tuscara was County Soap Box Derby July The decision is up to the boys wholl compete in the Theyll vote July 11 when in spection is held for the vehicles to be driven in the Wabash run at New The selected by boys in area wont know the final decision until the Nominated are Brenda daughter of and Frank Festi of J231 Dover Debby daugh ter of and Harry Mushrush of 419 Kelly New Kathy daughter of and Benjamin Stef ani of 929 llth New Peggy Van daughter of and Edgar Davis of 1146 Hilltop New Phila Rita Jb daughter of and Robert Roush of 129 2nd Sandra daugh ter of and Harold Rothenstine of 509 High New Glenda daughter of and Frank Ellwood of Stone Stephanie daughter of and Edwin Smith of 200 7th Fine Isnt Youth Placed In Fathers Custody Thomas o Schoenbrunn was released to the custody of his father thi morning by Central Count Court Judge Clarence Ferrel for violating orders of a recen Judge Ferrell said the youtl had failed to pay a fine the portion of a fine that wa not suspended for his part ii the May 29 gas theft from i New Philadelphia area farm He also had been sentenced t 20 days in which he servec Ferrell told Vance to get job and pay the fine as quickl as He also told Vance father that he would be respon sible for vere at first resentful of the in asion by investigators and early 100 Were not accustomed See Page 2 to Detector fest Planned n Mans Death Ralph of bought to be the last person see George Cramer undergo a polygraph lie detector examination at the Bureau of Criminal Indentifica ion and Investigation at Lon at Thurs Chief Deputy John Barlock said Lewis agreed to the test bllowing questioning in which ie denied knowing of Cramers apparently the result of jeing decapitated by a Nickel Plate Railroad train near Zoar at 2 was also from who has been held in county jail since the said tie and Cramer had been drink ing in Canton and parked along tracks near Route 212 af stopping in the Zoar Tavern or a couple of drinks and a 6pack of Barlock said who will je charged with intoxication in Northern District County Court was found sleeping in Cramers car which was park ed near the claims he doesnt know anything about Barlock He says he didnt even hear the train Coroner Philip Doughten said yesterday he would not make a ruling pending comple tion of the DAY BRIGHTENER Teenager to mother You shouldnt be out there in the sun mowing the Wheres Dad Sianhanift Silt I til
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