Saturday, August 1, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter

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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1964, Dover, Ohio To Grow rlatecs have a erying need in this well be testimony tfi ftef General Manager tv fnp irei uwaocj 3 delphla plant expands is lied di feetly tp the ability this Prduce semiwnite nas been in his new skilled and technically post just 2 days more than 6 trained professional We His observations could a crying need in this coun vocahottal WS686 Wu Words of works manager of the o cal installation and the Lin counly has been in his new well be testimony to the fact that sometimes a community its shortcomings and its attributes best through the eves Ta 1 newcomer y The fomer manager of construction equipment who as sumed his new position last Jan is now in the midst of the Ernest Codle left guides his Irwin Warner Swasey works on an inspection of an jig HAILS SPACE VICTORY If Views Moon Close up Photos flfo By DOUGLAS CORNELL WASHINGTON AP Presi dent Johnson viewed spectacu lar pictures of the moon from Ranger 7 today and hailed the flight of this space vehicle as heralding a future landing on the moon and continued world leadership in space for Ameri The I President was told that the televised pictures of the moons surface showed a large suitable for the landing of He also was told that the excursion model for a manned landing vehicle looks that we are on Uie right track The President pronounced the Banger 7 achievement as a vic tory for peace and nation arid the free He used the to hard at those who would off the venture for sending man to the moon a bil lion He said that if we hadnt taken advantage of our scien Jific we still would be psing an oxcart and en gine plane like the one flown at pty Johnson saw slides of 9 or 10 pictures of the projected fn White House Cabinet ations on them from liam director of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at and Homer assistant ad ministrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Adminis Despite the vast accomplish ment of the Ranger 7 moon it looked for a time as if technical might pre vent the slide show For the projector The President saw one slide showing a pockmarked ridge in the Sea of Clouds area where Ranger 7 He was told that this area must be avoided at all costs in See Page 12 He got comments and explan gN THi INSIDE Around The WorW I Ctam QnrBridfif 29 9 ObituarU 4 Dogs Attack Special Deputy Special Sheriff Deputy James of 635 Iron Do received a tetanus shot in Union Hospital emergency room last night after being at tacked by 4 wild dogs while picking blackberries near Sev en Mile who said the dogs fled into the bushes after the reportedly had his 2 hunting dogs with him at the The skin was broken on his left FMCJ tO II DAY BRIGHTENER About 15 million Americans have poor hearing and the wont Sunrise Needed most prolonged acceleration of He pointed to the importance business in the history of the of training of people as a fae cal Stee W S to Page It THE DAILY REPORTER Prospective Crago Jurors On Scarce Side Difficulty may be met in the selection of a jury at the open ing second degree murder trial of James Moses Crago at 9 Clerk of Courts George La Porte said yesterday he had called the last 10 of the 60 per sons whose names had been drawn for jury duty during the April A number of those designated for duty have been excused as being absent on va cation or for other reasons al lowed by the he of RD has been charged with See Page 12 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 81 Low 52 The Weather Elsewhere High Low cloudy 91 65 cloudy 58 cloudy 70 Los cloudy 79 64 cloudy 86 81 New 90 71 clear M clear 94 77 San cloudy 58 cloudy 65 M TODAY 7 57 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunset HighW Low 65 Forecast warm ami DoverNew August 1964 7 CENTS VOL 36 Moon Okay ing acemen By RALPH DIG HI ON Associated Press Science Writer AP Historic pictures taken by Ranger 7 are pretty good evi dence men can land on the moon without much change re quired for spaceships now being Thats the consensus of a board of scientists who Friday night released 10 of the sensational photographs Ranger 7 snapped in the final 16 min utes and 40 seconds before it crashed on the moon at EST Friday The first closeup pictures ever taken of the moon termed times better than any made heretofore from spacecraft or with earth tele that even its apparently smooth seas are pocked with some as small as There may be some dust on the in layers up to a foot but not deep enough to bury a landing the scientists un derneath the evidence in is a hard primary lay See Page 12 AT Ranger Project for Propwliion laboratory In roakts a happy AQK tign top at pointi to Ranger 7i impact on tht and loww ihowi tht 0fta af tht Moon photoaraphfd by TV