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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Hit Reporter A Clear Independent Vdfei For County DAILY 46 largest ClMnlitfon In Toscmwas Coonly Aupit PORTER NOME EDITION Sarvtog Ovir femffiH PHONE j CENTS Lets Sea And Land Retaliation To Red Attack Soak In WASHINGTON Navy aircraft made devastating strike at North Vietnamese PT their shore bases today in retaliation for the two attacks on American craft in the Tonkin Gulf this Then the Washington government apparently sat back to let the lesson soak it will soak with this stern word from Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara Whether this will be all that is neces lary is up to the North The account of the explosive and the were given by McNamara at a morning news within hours of a somber announce ment by President Johnson of the decision to hit back hard in reply to the f In a premidnight address to the Johnson said That reply is being given as I speak to Air action is now in execution against gunboats and certain supporting facilities in North Vet Nam which have been used in these hostile The determination of all Americans to carry out our full commitment to the government and people of South Viet Nam will be redoubled by this In McNamara reported four North Viet namese torpedo boat bases heavily damaged and one oil depot wrecked in 6 sorties by planes from the aircraft carriers Ticonderoga and with 25 PT boats destroyed or Four shore bases were turned into He gave the cost as two aircraft downed by ground fire and two The McNamara took place between noon and 4 or 5 local time With Vienamese time 13 hours ahead of Wash that means the bombs and rockets were falling within an hour after Johnsons report of his Planes doubtless were going aloft as he Johnson referred to the reaction as a posi tive reply to the aggression by North Vietnamese PT boats against American naval vessels in international See Page t Swonger Collapses At os Trial the widow parried from Hoffman con cerning arguments and fights between herself her hus band and possible infidelity on her She strongly denied that By Joe Woerdenun Daily Reporter Staff Writer Milton Nancy collapsed outside the court room this morning following her testimony in the trial of James Moses Crago for the seconddegree murder of her husband on March Union Hospital reported she was treated for shock in the emev gency Sheriff who took her to the said she was shaking and apparently in shock when she stepped from the witness had spent an hour on the stand under the gruelling crossexamination of Cragos Clair She had been on the stand for almost an hour yes for direct examination by Assistant Prose cutor James questions Swonger acted violently against her even when he was intoxi She them had admitted both of broken furniture around their home during some of their He never came to the point where he hurt she declar ed While hearing of certain fights and her husbands threats toharm mentioned by Swonger did admit she had lost her job at the HiWay Kin in See Page 2 Two CR Workers Bodies Identified of the three bodies found buried in a recently constructed earthen dam near were identified early today as missing civil rights workers Andy Goodman and Mickey All three bodies were under going pathological tests early today at the University of Mis sissippi Medical center where they were brought after being found near Philadelphia late Examination of the third body Weathervane YESTERDAY High 80 Uw 63 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low clear 9 64 clear 88 70 T clear 79 64 kos clear 87 67 cloudy 89 82 New cloudy 81 62 cloudy 61 cloudy 96 7 San clear 67 58 78 66 TODAY 7 65 RAWFALt Last M hours aon TOMORROW Sunrise iiiniiiii Fair afld was Announcement of the iden tification of Goodman and Schwerner was made in Wash ington by FBI Director Ed gar The office of the Student NonViolent Co ordinating Committee said it had been told by the Jackson FBI office that the third body had been identified as James the Negro companion of Goodman and There was no immediate con firmation of this from the The three vanished June 21 after being freed from jail al Philadelphia where they had been arrested on a speeding They had been held in jail at Philadelphia nearly six hours after Chaney was arrested on a speeding The last person known to have seen them was Neshoba County deputy sheriff Cecil who said he followed them a short distance after their as they drove south toward Meridi The Meridian Star quoted an See DAY BRIGHTENiR Childhood is that wonderful time when all you to da to lose A main activity at Camp Piedmont is water safety Bonnie Burnette of Uhrichsville certain her charges life preservers are in place prior to boating 400 Program At Camp By Dan Miles Daily Reporter Staff Writer On the edge of Piedmont waters On the lake so blue Where stands their 4H camp grounds Glorious to view Friendship ever is their watchword At Camp Piedmont site Hailing what their 4H stands for hands and This is the alma mater of Camp Piedmont and it ex presses the spirit of the 4Hers attending the located in Belmont This week more than 400 jun ior and teenage 4Hers from Tuscarawas County are partici pating in the designed to help boys and girls grow in stature and wisdom and to de velop the individual to meet his own growing through knowledge and association with The program is flexible so that may participate in the activities of his own Activities at Camp Piedmont See 4H Page 13 ON THE INSIDE Around The 6 Dear Abby 23 Alvarez 23 Crane 25 Goren On Bridge 25 2 15 16 8 Spocts Television Womens Pages 13 13 Your Horoscope 23 September Jury Drawing Slated Common Pleas Court today ordered the County Jury mission to draw names of n persons for jury service Jur ing the September The first 30 names drawn will com prise the Grand The maining 60 will serve as the petit County Clerfc of dforgf IsPorle said that the commission will set a date for OK For Amish Battery Lights CLEVELAND IM tifwm W Jigti iMr caw with cao mm m to tea m jwwer la Ol 4fflM reJjgLoa teUeyg vision sets he rw torn M mfs of light bj mm U wsftte4 to tiieir i iof tto its they si Sgrvicxj IS 77 Workman Is Electrocuted A foreman for The Lake Erie Electric working on the Green Gables Interchange pro ject of Interstate was eec trocuted late this Howard Hershberger of 1013 Tuscarawas Canton was pronounced dead on arrival at Union Hospital at 10 Electric Company offic ials were unavailable for eon ment on the nature of the acci believed to be in tion with the installation of wer lines for lighting the Setfion Delayed TOKYO AP More than 30 that were in the Navy base at 5fl wiles south of left for un known destinations the Kyodo News Service The Nsvy refused to confirm ike odo report quoting reliable said ail shore leave for Mayy servicemen in bj4 beea Deitination Unknown1 AP M to revest of Uww tke Auto Mishap Sets Jhville Home Ablaze UHRICHSVILLE Firemen battled a blaze at the Louis Maurer residence at 317 High for three hours last night following a freak auto accident which started the A damage estimate is pend Extra crews of firemen and equipment were rushed to the scene after the fire was dis covered at There were no Police are continuing an in vestigation of the Pre liminary reports indicate the fire started when a car driven by Olimpia Aceituna of 124 Uhrich struck the side of the home while backing a ve hicle from a parking The auto was owned by Wilbur Vin cent of 323 High The auto broke a gas main arid1 electric line running into the The fire was con to the east side of the but both floors of the home were Schaar Rites Be Friday Services will be held Friday at in TolandHerzig Funeral Home for Thomas A of RD Dover who was found dead of a self inflicted gunshot wound early yesterday afternoon at the grave of his the former Dorothy at Dover Bur ial Hoernemann wil officiate and interment will b in Dover Burial Friends may call Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the funeral A native of he was i son of the late Don and Minnv Ford Schaar and was a World War JI He was em ployed by Sparta Manufactur ing and formerly was i meat cutter at Stallards Mar He was a member of Do ver First Methodist who died in was a daughter of and Ray Temple of 547 Shafer Survivors are Betsy Jane and Sal Jy Rae of the home 2 sisters Carl Endres of New Phila delphia and Martha Camp bell of and 2 broth Don of am Robert of San Another Dover Policeman Quits Larry a Do ver policeman 3 will be the fifth member of the depart ment to pit witMn the last 3 ffloaihs completion of his notice is appearing gs a witness for UK prosecution Ibis week in the Crago second degree notified Poiice Chief Garrison Grofa MoMsy fee will take i mans job with f EST toi U iDk DANGEROUS President Johnson confers with National Security Council at the White House over attacks by Vietnamese pedo boats on Seated are from left George Undersecret ary of State Secretary of State Dean Rusk President Johnson and Secretary Robert Red China Is Warned To Keep Hands Off By DOUGLAS CORNELL AP President Johnson declared to day that peace requires a firm response to and that is the reason for air strikes at North Vietnamese The world must never le that aggression un challenged is aggression un In he told Red China to keep hands off and not en large the To any who may be tempted to support or to widen the present Johnson I say There is no threat to any peaceful power from the United States of Amer But there can be no peace by aggression and no immunity from That is what is meant by the actions taken Johnson spoke at ceremoniei dedicating a journalism building as the first unit of a communications center at Syra cuse a gift to thr university from publisher Sam uel Johnson flew from Washing ton to Syracuse after ordering the air strikes On See RED Page 5 Jets Sent To Saigon By MACOLM BROWNE Viet Nam AP The United States rushed six supersonic Air Force F102 jet fighters to Saigon the Vietnamese airforce was put on and tanks rumbled into the key northern base of Da The swift air and ground mil itary buildup was effected to meet any attacks from Commu nist North Viet Nam or Red China that might come with the crisis in the Gulf of American military personnel in the 1 and 2 Corps regions in Viet Nams North were restrict ed to tKeir bases in an unoffi cial grey alert status that also enforced a 9 The 1 Corps with headquarters at Da is re garded as a logical target for a Communist Americn sources reported the situation was tense in the area and that air activity on the Da Nang strip was Some sources said it was pos sible that planes used to attack North Viet Nam bases today op erated from Da The air a major can handle modern et The five Vietnamese army di visions in the 1 and 2 gions were put on The Vietnamese high command in Saigon was reported to have See JET Page 5 Attack Denied By Reds BULLETIN TOKYO AP Communist North Viet Nam assertedtoday that the report of another attack by North Vietnamese torpedo boats on American destroyers in international wat ers Tuesday was a sheer fabri A brief statement broadcast by Radio Hanoi said the announcement was a sheer fa brication by the imperial ists aimed at covering up their illegal acts which brazenly vio lated the security of the Demo cratic Republic of North Viet Nam and are aggravating fur ther the situation in Southeast The broadcast quoted the North Viet Nam news agency and said the news agency had been officially authorized to make the It was the first North Vietnam ese comment heard in Tokyo on the There was no refer ence to losses suffered by North Viet The Pentagon said the Red PT boats which attacked the destroyers Maddox and Turner Joy Tusday were probably sunk and two others The text of the Radio Hanoi report read The Pentagon has al leged that last Tuesday night four torpedo boats of the DRV Democratic Republic of Viet attacked two war ships in the international See Page 5 Congress Maps Action By CARL LEUBSPORF WASHINGTON AP Dem o c r a t i c and Republican congressional leaders predicted today speedy and overwhelming support for President Johnsons call for a resolution backing determination to take all necessary measures to defend peace and freedom in Southeast But some Republicans said off the record that they expected a full discussion of policy on Viet Nam before the resolution is Johnson asked for the resolu tion in a statement to the nation Tuesday night in which he said that the United Staes had launched air action against gun boats and certain supporting facilities after a second attach on destroyers off North Viet House and Senate leaders planned to move swiftly on thf But no tiraetable for action was made Senate Democratic leader Mike Mansfield said there had been no opposition from licans when Johnson brought up the proposed resolution it a White House meeting of congressional It seemed to me that the group there was unanimous ia See Page April g of 19 resignfd asd 5 JaswEs Greg aad Eofeert BG Backs LBJ Move By 46THVR WASHINGTON AP Barry dramatically supporting President Johnson on Viet flew back to the nations capita today MWe camot allow the flag to be shot at ojj Goidwater hacking the It was eo4 to ia For Goldwater not Mwsoss fee so more than m before the public kjttsw what that stand Heres the way it happened The Republican caadidate was on the an borrowed m perfect if tfeg waters oil Viet failed because of what Goldwater news aide ealle4 were tittfii President at m to son to ly gave this I m W9 Uwt every   

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