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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE AP A series of lightning bolts which caused considerable age on the Project Oetnini aunchifig pad apparently has erased any possibility of a man orbital flight this Officials said the mishap jfobably means that astronauts ALL FULLA DEMOCRATSThis is about 2 of the 8mile Boardwalk in Atlantic where the Democratic National Convention takes up I Vandalism Surge Is Not Native To County Confines s Editors Note This is the third article in a series on ex treme vandalism In Tuscarawas which has prompted The Daily Reporter to post a reward for the arrest and conviction of those XTot By Joe Woerdeman Daily Reporter Staff Writer thatMts a happy fact but it is proper to point out that the recent surge in van dalism is not something native to Tuscarawas or to the DoverNew Philadelphia newspaper story last week that citizens of had formed a vigflanle in an effort to stop bums de jjlructton along shore re ports in that Ben in his regu lar editorial in Ak ron Beacon reportec that from September last year through this June nearly worth of school panes had been shattered around that as he put by young sons and daughters of delinquent parents who no doubt yelp about exces sive school George noted psy chologist and told The Reporter in a phone conver sation Monday from Chicago I recently talked in Pennsylvania on the same subject because they had Been experiencing a considera ble amount cemetery vandal Which makes responsible of wonder Whats the reason for this widespread temper ofdevastat See Page 7 MANNEDFLIGHT COMPLEX STRUCK Lightning Damage Erases Gemini Flight During 1964 Virgil Grissom and John Young will have to wait until early 1965 to make the first deffl They wefts lo take a space ride in As an electrical storm swept over Cape Kennedy Monday several lightning bolts struck the Gemini launching They damaged sys terns in a Titan 2 rocket on the pad and in the ground support It was the first recorded inci dence of lightning damage to a rocket In the history of the All rocket gantries here are supposed to be The Titan 2 was being groomed to boost a fully i equipped which was not on the on a ballistic flight to test all sys the reentry protective heat shield and recovery tech The the final un manned shot before the Gris sortvYoung had been scheduled for The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said Tues The effect on the launch date is not known at this But some equipment replace launch complex revalida tion and systems retest will be The overall effect of thil condition may result in a delay of the first manned flight Inta next the agency A spokesman said the ning caused no visible damage that apparently all of It took the form of shortcircuits and other electricaltype damage to delicate THE DAILY REPORTER VOL 48 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew August 1964 PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Syncom 3 In Preliminary Transfer Orbit I Phila Bypass Appropriation Suits Appealed Two appeals against state highway land appropriation suits in connection with the new Route 2508 Bypass have been filed in Common Pleas Alden and Silvia Gasser of RD New have lodg ed protests against the approp riation of acres in Goshen on the of pres ent Route just across from Lynn Auto Theater near Bright The state director of highways had made an initial deposit of for property rights against the Esther Knisley of 230 25th New also pro tested the deposit made by the highway department for acres in the Schoenbrunn The deposit includes 895 for the land Probe Continues In Fatal Mishap State patrolmen are The small sports car was lit uing their investigation into erally torn apart in the crash Tuesdays sports cartruck crash jgje on Route near front end of tne truck that claimed the life of 28year pinned in the car for nearly 30 old Orville Taylor of 213 Welch was removed by New Philadelphia Patrolmen indicated they Ppver Sewage Plans Given State Okay A plan for taking care of sew age in the 640 acres in the north and northwest section of which was annexed in will be presented to City Council for approval as a result of yester davs meeting of city officials with State Health Department Service Director Ream said today the meeting was very satisfactory and permis sion was granted to proceed with plans for extending the Others attending the ses sion were Mayor LeMoyne Engineer Don Dummer Plant James Rhodes is shown addressing crowd at noon On the speakers stand are a few of the Sesquicentennial celebration driver of a would talk with Prosecutor Har died of a fractured skull and j g jes t tod Q multiple body accordj fuingcharges An eyewitness to the Picture On Page 14 See Page Ing to Tuscarawas County Coro ner Philip Officers said Taylors fiber glass body auto ran nearly head on into a semitruck operat ed by Bruce of RD Kew who was pr crane ON THE INSIOf Around The World 21 Dear 25 27 Harchem Buys Mere Tract Phila Youth Fined In Traffic Case Joseph High New Philadel was fined by Dover Mayor LeMoyne Luthy this morning on a reckless operation charge filed by Kai of RD The who was facing us third moving traffic viola tion in 3 pleaded no said in the af fidavit that Vaughan had made a Utum on 3rd near the Shenango plant Sunday crossed a double yellow line and attempted to pass an other auto on the Vaughan admitted he had the to chase a carload of but question ed the other saying all 4 wheels of the vehicle had not crossed the yellow and the attempted pass had not been Kaiser said she had re See Page 2 making a left turn into Motor Freight In an ironic twist of Wades wife yesterday present ed him with a baby son in Un Jon Hospital On Bridge plant man ager of Harchem Division of Wallace and Tieman to day announced the purchase of 38 acres of land for the firms continued interest exp The property was owned by Reader Chumney and is along the Tuscarawas Weathervane High Low 45 Elsewhere In 76v58 T 6847 86 67 88 80 85 M 65 46 clear Los clear New clear clear San clear clear 87 52 TODAY 7 46 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW High 82 Low 52 Forecast Fair and Civilization is a state of af fairs where nothing can be done without first being William Heifner second from right pre sented the Governor with a Sesqui V j Sesqui Promotion Earns Queen Title For Kathy Rehard T Williams Daily Reporter Staff Writer A 21yearold Bowling Green State University who reigned as Newcomerstown High School ally none of the transmission Homecoming Queen 4 years was again awarded the scepterwill be primarily because and crown of royal beauty last night as she assumed the title of of time and ironic 12 Days Needed To Reach Post Above Pacific By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE AP The Syncom 3 communica tions intended to relay television pictures of the Octo ber Olympic Games in Japan quickly to North America and rocketed into a prelim inary orbit today en route to a planned stationary post high above the Pacific Officials were cheered by the early success of the But the Olympic Star satellite must execute a number of com plex maneuvers in the next 12 days to shift its orbit and reach its goal as theiworlds first tru ly synchronous While Syncom 3 is a research vehicle and television is not its main successful interconti nental of GJifnipie pictures would be most dra matic performance so far by communications Canadian and European interests plan to spend nearly million to dem onstrate Olympic television cap ability with Syncom Practic Miss Kathy only child of and Paul Rehard of 434 McKinley was an nounced the winner of the queen contest before a crowd of nearly at the high school athletic Kathy was one of 7 con nominated previously by merchants and to participate in the contest by selling Sesquicentennial pageant An elementary education ma jor at Bowling Green where she will be a senior this Kathy received her crown from State Kenneth Berry of Berry spoke Sports 17 Television 6 Womens Pages 13 13 Your Horoscope 2 Mose Troyer Earns Holmes Cheese Nod MJLLERSBURG Mose A Troyer of Union Cheese HP took first place yesterday ifl Ohio Swiss Cheese judging held to tioi with the awwaj Holmes Couflty Only one class was witt or wied leg Sam who has com sift toofc aft 4 Be wttiwte W gaiie Dairy Ernest Sharp Run Dairy John and Hans of MiddlefMd Cheese coop judges were John Ernest Gross sad Alfred other contests scheduled pr or to Die Swiss Festival finale the Stale m at 1 ajjjj Coujjty Fajj ajt Brown said a portion of the will be used for treatment of industrial waste water to im prove its quality before being discharged into the Tuscarawas Harchem has been actively pursuing a program for im provement of waters going into the river since Brown This is one more step of that Brown noted the remainder of the land win be used for future of chemical process r mmm are Fignj Lee w September Jury Drawing Slated Jujy Way Judge to fmmTffjpww wry mvm loi Tfci IM m msm dim win Asslstwtf jriefly following the extending congratulations to the queen and lauding the people of Newcomerstown for their Assisting in tne coronation was Lester Ellwood of the former Thelma who had reigned as Miss Newcomerstown during the 125th anniversary celebra tion in Ellwood related a story to the contestants prior to the saying she had fond memories of her as she had first met her now a Cambridge while participating in the 1939 The 6 princesses of the court are Mary Donna Karen Mary Pen ny Studd and Jean Purchasers of coupons from the queen contestants may change these for admission tic kets at Sesqui headquarters be tween 9 and 5 Re served seats may be made there for an additional 50 The initial performance of the Saga of an Indi an followed the cor tracing the history of the village in 15 A cast of more than di rected by Chris Goodyear of the John Rogers of was authentically costumed and performed to advantage before an effective setting of white See Page 8 Canadian and European viewers probably will see more See Page 21 adptff crown to Katoy the feJlewum Problems f New Philadelphia police were notified at 1 yesterday that a bicycle had been found and at 6 that one was Robert Williams of 560 3rd NE told police that a yellow girls bicycle had been left in his John Chek of 1011 5th SW reported that his sons bicycle had been taken yester day while it was parked at Tus1 cora Police also were notified by Charles Bailey of 1360 5th NE that someone bad tried to pry open the door to her res idence sometime Saturday Police stated that several screw driver rnarte were left m the door Quaker Books FilmHamlet With Burton Harold manager of Quaker Theatre in New Phila announced today that starring Richard will be presented there late next month for 4 perform ances The matinee and evening presentations on 2 consecutive days is being made possible through a revolutionary new electronicoptical process Thea The widelyheralded produc which closed at the Lunt Fontanne Theatre on Broad way just last Saturday after a sensational was filmed ing an actual performance with a technique that employed the immediacy of television and the bigscreen effect of motion Snyder said tickets for the 4 performances will be sold in ad vance and the sale will not ex ceed the Quakers Popular prices will be in Regarded as one of the est attractions in the historv of the New York Hamlet will be shown in just theatres across the There will not be a road tour of the stage Rockefeller Files Custody Suit WHITE AP Nelson Rockefellers has filed suit to gain custody of her four dren by a previous Her divorced PR James Murphy of New Yojk has asked that the be aod tlai the couples A to legal Supreme Coyrt basis tor ift   

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