Wednesday, July 15, 1964

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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1964, Dover, Ohio Theyre Off For VenezuelaStory Below rnmamnnn frj j fly fes Cases Nearing Epidemic Level Goldwater Fo W in Health Unit Sets Special Discussions The number of rabies cases in Tuscarawas County has reach ed an epidemic resulting in a Board of Health call for a special meeting Thursday at 3 in Union Hospital auditori um to consider a course of ac Ralph Masterson of Co veterinarian for the State Department of outline procedures which should be taken to curb the epi County health officials this morning said 20 persons in the including 16 in the are now being treated for ra Those outside the county came in contact with incounty Officials said it may be nec essary to order a quarantine and emergency vaccination of all The vaccine reportedly is 98 per cent effective in pre venting animals from contract ing The Board of Health has ask ed County dog veterinarians and a representative of the New Phil adelphia Board of Health to at tend tomorrows Elden Dover vet pointed out that there have been several cases of dumb This is the type that does not cause animals to become One case he has handled in volved a dog which acted as if a bone had been caught in his His jaw had dropped he appeared The owner put his hand dogs throat to see il there was a bone stuck there and thats when he was exposed to Krantz Another area case involved a pet skunk which became The family first triedto treat it and then took the pet to a veterinar See Page 2 THE DAILY REPORTER VOL 32 PAGES Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew July 1964 PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Jet Test Run Ends In Death For 3 Persons Germany A Boeing 720 jet airliner of Wes Germanys Lufthansa Airlines crashed today on a test flight killing all three persons aboard Police at this Bavarian town southwest of Nuernberg said the plane crashed into a woodec area about 2 miles from a Army air strip at We must presume that the pilot was attempting an emer gency landing a police spokesman here He said the three bodies hat been A Lufthansa spokesman sai the three persons were era ployes of the West German air The airliner had taken of from Frankfurt for a fligh end was to return to Frankfur without landing Lufthansa said it had no indi cation of the cause of the crash Two Army rescue heii copters reportedly were rushed to the Grill Jewelry Display Looted Payer police are investigst ing theft of several rings ani watches from the display win dow at Grills gfig W 3rd sometime before Entry was apparently gained by using a gissseultiag device OB upper half of Ujg pgds remaaoed OnJy th lower half ygn broken window was reported to the police Ststioq ai Owner John QrU tbjs tec noi inventory to deterww DAD AWAITS 4 CHILDREN Dover Family Headed For Venezuela Reunion The James Shaw whom theyll be joining soon in Ven up from their map Theres 10 Dorothy Shaw and Bliss May Be Sidetracked As National GOP Chairman By Richard Zimmerman D0Uy Reporter Staff Writer SAN things considered its Ray C Republican chairman of will the national chairmanship which Wil liam leading contender for the vice presidential nomina will resign in the near fu Miller publicly says Bliss still Is very much in the running but privately the congressman is betting the post will go to Barry Goldwaters cam paign Denison It will be up to Miller at one may have preferred a professional neutral like Bliss who could bring together all factions with in the But now that he has become the Arizona senator is in a posi tion to name a member of his own staff to the least until after the Bliss has lost a little stature at the main East Holmes Bond Issue Vote Slated By Arreg Reynolds Daily Reporter Correspondent MILLERSBURG Tsxpay ers in the East Holmes School Pistrict in November will vote on a bond issue approv ed at a board meeting Monday The money will be used for additions at Walnut Ber lin and Chestnut Ridge ele mentary and im landscaping and furniture fpj other buildings in the The action stems from pro tests by who threatened to begin private schools il the board went ahead with plans to transfer their stu dents to alleviate overcrowded ly because of the mixup over the early release ol the Ohio Th6n there the continual bitter jabbing of Bliss for his in removing vet eran Clarence Brown from the national committee to open up the seat for Among those who are some what bitter over that Bliss ma neuver are Brown himself and another veteran Joy Gets Defense Work A government contract has been awarded to Joy at New Philadelphia by the Defense Electronics Supply Cen ter at The contract calls for electrical connector covers in accordance with military sped The fixedprice trad was awarded after compe tition by formal The psfense Electronics Sup ply which received 2 bids from 67 is a field command of the Defense Supply It manages and supplies common parts of electrical and electronic equipment used by the armed Flaapp of Kutapp md Jfew also met with bflard to preset a resolu o for tbi during tte gas ojf Hill will receive Jflft Frank Bow of the 16th Dis through no fault of his is beingused as a by Scrantonforces in their lastditch attempts to stop Scrantons conven tion newspaper reported Ohio leaders are boiling mad over reports Kitchel would get national This is nt If anyone is boiling mad it is who detests having his name thrown about in such power Bliss actually has never said he wants the national post He may still prefer to take the job after the election but even if he is selected by Goldwater now the convention hasnt been the most pleasant one for the Ohio The factors mentioned have made him look less the perfect professional who never has dirty linen washed in public and never allows mixups in his the Ohio delega tions unanimous vote against a stronger civil rights plank is not necessarily a real indication of the entire delegations Some in the delegation might have voted the other way had it not been for William McCulloch of A cospon sor of the civil rights bill and one of its Mc Culloch served on the platform committee which drafted the GOP plank and considers il See Page 9 Not everyone would look for ward with anticipation to taking up residence in a foreign coun try sfor a period of but James Dorothy Shaw and 4 children are an They were tense with excite ment as they waited yesterday to board a plane at AkronCan ton Airport for the first leg a flight to South Theyll be welcomed in Vene zuela on Thursday by husband who went there 5 months ago as a steel He immediately liked his work and the country so well he made ar rangements for his family to join A former employe of Republic Steel in Massillon just be fore departing for South Amcr a utility man at the Dover Municipal Light Shaw was employed by the govern ment operated Corporation Ven ezoleana de Guayana Siderugica de He was employed after an wering an ad in a Cleveland newspaper and his job is to rain natives for employment in he steel He expects the position to lasl approximately 7 The Shaws will reside in a urnished apartment provided y the company in the ultra 10yearold town of Puerlo The Shaws have sold Ihcir lome al 605 Ricksecker Their 4 all elated al prospect of living in a new are a Dover Jun Phila School Advisory Unit Study Committees Selected Members indicated preference for assignments to study and re search committees last night when the Citizens Advisory Committee to New Philadelphia schools met in the high school President Kenneth Neff re ported 33 persons on the roster and distributed Pickets of past minutes djta compiled for during the past sever months ty school Study areas m the Collection Ooy Vow Daily Be tm tof wUl be Mil W by Friday w4 hl tiJUi pur steering committee report by Charles anc chairman for each are Organi Gene iSverhard anc Art Heidenreich buildings anc grounds and future develop Ray finance and Mrs Philip Doughten Marl All committees will meet gi least once before school opens 8 and Neff asked that the groups familiarize themselves with as much background on existing facilities and programs as Oilier committees include pro ior High student a former 5lh Grader at South Ele mentary a 4th Grader at and who will begin her schooling in the A Puerto Ordaz school with teachers is provided by the company for the children of Pupils there go to school from 7 to At recess ice cream is furnished to all The Shaw children also arc happy over the pros pect of learning the Spanish II will at least 19 months before the family can pay a vis it Shaws and Herbert Hoover of plan to pay Sec Page 6 To Hike Military Force In Viet Nam WASHINGTON AP Reversing a cutback started last the United States will increase its military manpower in South Vie Nam by about 600 men during the next few Nearly half of this figure will be additional Special made available to provide more advisers working in the field with South Viet Nams regular army and to establish more special forces training units near the border between South Viet Nam and Word of the manpower ncreasc came along with new nformation on infiltration of North Vietnamese regular army personnel into the Dover Is Found Dead Inside Vehicle County Doughten Coroner has ruled Philip suicide in the death this morning of Ervin of 220 Broad whose body was discovered inside his auto by a Police investigation indicated death was caused by carbor monoxide They said a small fire hose had been at tached to the exhaust pipe of the parked in his ga and put through a back Police said the motor was cold and the fuel tank empty when they reached the The additions will total of Special raise the Forces in indicating Goss may have been dead for some The body was discovered at by Wilbur White of 831 Miller New af ter he was called by Goss Charles with whom he Goody told police she became concerned when her fa an early failed to return to the house from the She went tu investigate and saw the She then call ed Goss bad been living with the Goodys since his wife died a few years He was having worked at Reeves Steel and Joe Rapport v m Phila Brawler Fined Robert of BP Viet Nam to about and the total strength there to about Last before a series of changes in the South Viet Nam government and a stepup in Viet Cong the United States had set out to cut back the number of military men stationed About of the then assigned were pulled The new contin gents will replace part of that II was understood the decision to send the additional men was reached before the assignment of Maxwell former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff as ambassador to South Viet Nam and the cleva lion of William Westmore land to head the military command No figures were available on the extent of North Vietnamese infiltration into South Viet Robert Stale De parlmenl press said there is a continuing influx ol small groups of guerrillas and of Communistmade military McCjoskey said he could nol confirm reports of either large scale infiltrations of men or an ncreased flow of military sup plies into the McCloskey did say that equip menl made in Ihe Soviet Czechoslovakia and Communisl China has been found in the northern mountains of South Viet ways and New was fined 304 white in Mjyojr Prills of the steering court yesterday oo 9 charge QJ kelp p ifl fight at the Robert of who fineJ Weathervane YESTERDAY High 78 Low 56 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low Pr clear 89 clear 80 cloudy 75 Los cloudy 84 cloudy 86 New clear 87 cloudy 79 clear 85 San cloudy 62 clear 88 TODAY 63 63 81 77 67 64 57 60 65 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 87 Low 60 Forecast Fair and ON THE INSIDE Around The World Dear Abby Alvarez Crane Goren On Bridge Hospital News Obituaries Sports 17 1 Television Womens Pages 14 Your Horoscope 31 Women To Wear Costumes At Shanesville SHANESVILLE The streets of this village will begin to take on the flavor of next weeks ses quicentennial celebration this as the women are re quested to make their debut in period Most of the dresses have been made from a basic in small calico prints and trim med with individuality by the The costumes will also bti worn at Ihe opening celebra a lawn party July from 2 to i at UMJ BoJb Butler home for wojwen of ShanesviJlfiSugarcreek Guests are invited to attend in Opposition Bombed In Plank Fight By JACK BELL SAN FRANCISCO arry Goldwater piloted his hindering campaign jet toward firstballot presidential nomi ation today after bombing out pposition to a GOP platform he xrsonally With the Arizona senators orces in complete he Republican National Con tention Tuesday night rejected y overwhelming margins of orls of supporters of Pcnnsyl ania William Scranton o amend a platform on which Goldwater said he would be sa isfied to run against President Tohnson in Most significant of the actions was the 897409 vote by which he sometimes noisy and milling delegates rejected a Scranton ackcd proposal to amend a planlc which promised implem entation and execution of the Jivil Rights Hugh acted for Scranton in what could only be regarded as a lastgasp ef fort to provide some oxygen for the governors fastexpiring challenge to Goldwater for the presidential Scott proposed a substitute which would have added a pledge for enforcement of Iho icw which Gold water voted by an increased Justice Department It also proposed invoking the Mill Amendment to reduce congres sional representation of states which disenfranchise some cit jens to The vote by which delegates jailed down this proposal seemed to indicate that when get around to choosing their nominee tonight Goldwaler might exceed the necessary 1155 counl before Ihe first call of Iho slates even was The convention rejected by uncounted standing voles Ihe Scranlon planks on extremism and atomic It also threw out in similar voting planks offered by Michigan George llomney on civil rights and Scruuton trotted out his heav iest artillery for his lastditch platform Former Secre tary of Stale Christian Ilciicr sponsored Ihe nuclear New York Stale Assembly Speaker Joseph Curlino launched Iho civil rights provi Leading off for Scranton was New York Nelson Rock who served up the plank on Scranlon con tends that the rightwing John Birch Society is trying to take over the Republican party and is supporting Gohlwalcrs cundU dacy as a means of gaining Scranton broadened his plunk at the last adding the Communists and Ihe Ku Klux Klan Ihe John Birch Society as extremist groups to bo repudiated by the llis words drowned oul at limes by shouts of We want Rockefeller called on Ihe clelegalcs to denounce any militant minority which would subvert Iho GOP Sco WIN 1uge i Ohio Civil Rights Ballot Proves Convention Stunner By ART PARKS SAN FRANCISCO didnt have too many big mo ments Tuesday in the marathon session of the Republican Na tional but its big gest oae was something of a That was when former John Bricker stood up lo cast all 58 Buckeye votes against a proposed change in the GOP civil rights plank of the 1964 The unanimous vote came at a dramatic moment in Ihe con venlions firsl roll it shot down the hopes of the forces of Pennsylvania Wil liani WScran Ion just a few moments after those hopes had bjuoyed by a substantial New Yurk tibiu OK the first ant in three ways made it plain that Scran Lori could hope for little or no help from his Ohio neighbors in todays big lest for the presU denliui made il plain thut Iho Ohiouns are satisfied with the civil rights plank as originally was a solid vole of con fidence in William veteran Republican congressman for ste oiiio DAY BRIGHTENEB You io up do that yuui 4bjir