Dover Daily Reporter, August 19, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter

August 19, 1964

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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - August 19, 1964, Dover, Ohio MANNED-FLIGHT COMPLEX STRUCK Lightning Damage Erases Gemini Flight During 1964 By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) — A series of lightning bolts which caused considerable damage on the Project Gemini launching pad apparently has erased any possibility of a two-man orbital flight this year. Officials said the mishap probably means that astronauts I Virgil I. Grissom and John W. Young will have to wait until early 1965 to make the first tandem flight. They were to take a three-orbit, five-hour space ride in mid-December. As an electrical storm swept over Cape Kennedy Monday night, several lightning bolts struck the Gemini launching ! complex. They damaged systems in a Titan 2 rocket on the pad and in the ground support equipment. It was the first recorded incidence of lightning damage to a rocket in the 14-year history of the cape. All rocket gantries here are supposed to be light-i ning-proof. The Titan 2 was being groomed to boost a fully equipped spacecraft, which was not on the pad, on a 2,000-mile ballistic* flight to test all systems, the re-entry protective heat shield and recovery techniques. The launching, the final unmanned shot before the Gri.s- som-Young flight, had been scheduled for Oct. 6 The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said Tuesday, "The effect on the launch date is not knou'n at this time. Hut some equipment replacement, launch complex revalidation and systems retest will be required.” “The over-all effect of this condition may result in a delay of the first manned flight into next year," the agency said. A spokesman said the lightning caused no visible damage — that apparently all of it took the form of short-circuits and other electrical-type damage to delicate components. The Daily Reporter VOL. bl. NO. 33. 48 PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Wednesday, August 19, l%4 PHONE 4-2167    7    CENTS Syncom 3 In Preliminary Transfer' Orbit ALL FULLA DEMOCRATS—This is about 2 miles of the 8-mile Boardwalk in Atlantic City, N. J., where the Democratic Notional Convention takes up Monday. 2 Phila Bypass Appropriation Suits Appealed Two appeals against state , highway land appropriation suits in connection with the new F    Route 250-8 Bypass have been ! T J~ J ~ J *    „ O    _    filed in Common Pleas Court. | Vandalism Sarge _ T    _    T    #    «    ed protests against the approp- / .1 i\l    *    l\    I SI "ti ~ S/I r I Va nation of 0.43 acres in Goshen JLo X. Y Lf L I y Cill UiS A. Lf Township, on the east of present Route 250, just across from Lynn Auto Theater near Bnght- County Coniines i    had    made an initial deposit of (Editors Note:    Ibis is the ron Beacon Journal, reported $27,000 for property rmhts third article in a series on ex- that from September last year against the Gassers trcme vandalism in Tuscarawas through this June nearly $10,000    Esther    P.    Kntsley of 230    25th County. which has prompted worth of school panes had been    \evv    philadelphia also    pro- The Dally Reporter to post a shattered around that city, as ^es’ted the $10 395 deposit made S25fl reward for the arrest and he put it. by “young sons and bv thp highway department for conation of those responsible), daughters of delinquent parents j 34 acres in the Schoenbmnn ———    "ho no doubt yelp about exces- trac, The d , ;m.|udes |8 Bn Joe Woerdeman    sue school costs ”    895 (or the land involved. Daily Reporter Staff Writer Dr. George Crane, noted psy-    _ V’ot that it's a happy fact— chologist and columnist, told 1 but it is proper to point The Reporter in a phone corner- ^    Q out that the recent surge in van- sation Monday from Chicago: ^OVST jGWQQG rialism is not something native "I recently talked with several    t    ^ to Tuscarawas County, or to the editors in Pennsylvania on the    fliwAM Dover-New Philadelphia area, same subject because they had ■ IU! 13    VEITCH A newspaper story last week- been experiencing a consider- £ -    - end reported that citizens of blo amount of cemetery vandal- J | Cl TG ^✓KQV Santa Cruz. Calif., had formed ism there.”    • a “vigilante committee” in an    a    plan for taking care of sew- effort to stop “beach bums"    Which makes responsible    age m the 640 acres in the north who have been wreaking de- citizens, of course, wonder: and northwest section of Dover, struct ion along the shore re- “that’s the reason for this which was annexed in 1960, will Sorts in that area.    widespread temper of devastate be presented to City ( ouncil for Ben Maidenburg, in    his regu-    approval as a result of vester- lar Sunday editorial in    the Ak-.    Sw    VANDALISM,    Page 7 dav's meeting of citv officials -    #    with State Health Department Probe    Contmues    “^ s. Ream -    M    m    m    rn    •    m    said today the meeting was In P/IT/ll IOT I enfin 'very satisfactory” and permis- KH rn rn rn awa a^MK%MjJ sion was granted to proceed with plans for extending the State patrolmen are contin- The small sports car was lit-    others    attending    the    ses- uing their investigation into    orally tom apart in the crash    sjon were Mayor C.    LeMoyne TuesdaVv snorts    car-truck crash    J"'1] plecef. °' 'hf ,ll)er;81^s    Luthy, Engineer Don    Dummer- „    ‘    ,    m,,r    fenders and hood clinging to the    muth and Sewage Plant Supt. on Route -a0-8,    near Midvale,    front end of tbe trucj- Taylor,    Peo f.*0ndriest. that claimed the life of 28-year- pinned in the car for nearly 30 J _ old Orville Tavlor of 213 Welch minutes, was removed by New St Dennison’    Philadelphia firemen.    Dim# si., uennisuii.    , Patrolmen mdicated t h e y n/trill PVH ISI IW\ Taylor, driver o a    •    would talk with Prosecutor liar- • IQI vllvlll l/U|3 died of a frat ture s *u an jan ^njes jater R)dav discuss multiple body injuries, accord- fiiinR‘charges>    nj A    Tril#4 I    An eyewitness to the crash,    I    lOCI Picture On Page 14    See    I*..OBE, Page 2 I    Dr.    W.    R. Brown, plant man- m«%> rn m    aSer of Hare hem Division of lier PhTh^T Doughten    ON THE INSIDE Wallace and Tieman Inc., to- " rn *r‘P said Ta vier’s fiber    TT °f unlitn a    v,nrj    38 acres of land for the firm s glass body au o a    ■ a ’    Around The    World .......... 21    “continued interest in expan- on into a    B ‘    Dear Abby    .................. 2o    sjon „ The property was owned ed by Bnu*e Wade 38 of RD L    Dr. Alvarez    ................. 27    Reader Ch^ Rnd Js lQ. New Philadelphia,    who was    or crane    .................. 2o    cated a, th *Tu-t,arawas making a left turn    into Motor    Goren on Bridge ............ 25    Rjver behind the plant Freight Co. garage.    Ob:tuaries ..................... 2    F In an ironic twist of fate, shorts ................ 17    &    18    Brown said a Potion of the Wade’s wife yesterday present- Television ................ 6    Land wall be used for treatment ed him with a baby son in Un- Women’s Pages ........ 12    &    13    industrial waste water to im- lon Hospital    I Your Horoscope .............. 27    prove its quality before being I —-----—- 1    discharged into the Tuscarawas Mose Trover Earns “Harehem has been actively 0 w I w w    /    pursuing a program for im- -    a    provement of waters going into Holmes Cheese Nod    S' that program.” MILLERSBURG — Mose A. Dairy fifth, Ernest    of    Brown noted the remainder of Trover of Union Cheese Co., RD Sharp R“n ^ sp ^    ®V1    ,he ll,nd wi» be u-sed for future I. Sugarcreek, took firs, place ^Taid HaS RotLnbimer of «'»ans,on of chemical I*™*** yesterday in Ohio Swiss Cheese Middlefield Swiss Cheese Coop '    ______ Assn. judging held in conjunc- eighth. tion with the annual Holmes Judges were John Mueller, ^pnfpmhpr Inn/ County Fair here.    Ernest Gross and Alfred Boss.    ' Only one class was held, with other contests    scheduled pri-    DrawinQ    Sloted either block or wheel entries be- or to the Swiss    Festival finale ing entered.    are the Ohio    State Fair    at Co-    County Jury Commissioners Sam Stauffer, who has    com-    lumbus Aug.    28-Sept. 7 and the    will meet today with Common piled 22 points through the first Tuscarawas County Fair at Do- Pleas Judge J.‘ H. Lamneck to 3 of 6 contests which decide the ver Sept. 22-26.    draw names of 90 persons for Ohio champion to be crowned at Current point    standings, be-    jury serv ice    for    the    September the Swiss Festival, took third hind Stauffer,    are:    Delbert    term. place. He represents    Ed    F.    Ladrach 12,    Fieni and    A. J.    The first 30 names drawn will Steiner Inc. of Baltic.    Ladrach ll,    Marlboro    Cheese    comprise the Grand Jury, the Ervin Fieni of Kidron Cheese Factory IO, Troyer 8, F'orest remainder will serve as petit Factory was runnerup in the Hicks and Rothenbuhler 7, jurors. Assistant County Clerk Holmes test. Delbert Ladrach of Schmid 6, Leeman 5, Alex Pauli j of Courts John Lahr said the Pleasant View Dairy was fourth. 4, Alfred Guggisberg and Karl I names probably will be ready A. J. Ladrach of Sugarcreek Kinsey 2 and Ernest Staider I. for publication Thursday. Gov. James Rhodes is shown addressing >a crowd at noon yesterday. On the speakers stand are a few of the Sesquicentennial celebration of* Phila Youth Fined $56 In T raff ic Case Joseph T. Vaughan, 19, of 864 E. High Ave., New Philadelphia. was fined $56.20 by Dover Mayor C. LeMoyne Luthy this morning on a reckless operation charge filed by Mrs. E. L. Kaiser, 63, of RD I. Dover. The youth, who was fadng his third moving traffic violation in 3 months, pleaded “no contest.” Mrs. Kaiser said in the affidavit that Vaughan had made a U-turn on W. 3rd St. near the Shenango plant Sunday night, crossed a double yellow line and attempted to pass another auto on the rieht. Vaughan admitted he had mads the U-turn, to “chase a carload of girls,” but questioned the other claims, saying all 4 wheels of the vehicle had not crossed the yellow line, and the attempted pass had not been completed. Mrs. Kaiser said she had resee YOUTH, Page 2 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 77    Low    45 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear 92    67    .. Chicago, cloudy .... 76    58    T Cleveland, clear .... 68    47    .. Los Angeles, clear . 86    67    .. Miami, clear ....... 88    80    .. New York, clear ... 85    M    .. Pittsburgh, clear ... 76    48 San Fran , clear .... 65    46 Washington, clear . 87    52    .. TODAY 7 a m. ............ 46 RAINFALL Last 24 hours . none TOMORROW Sunrise............5:40 Sunset.............7:17 High 82    Low    52 Forecast: Fair and mild. DAY BRIGHTENER ficials. William Heifner (second from right) presented the Governor with a Sesqui plate. * ★ Sesqui Promotion Earns Queen Title For Kathy Rehard By Kay Williams Daily Reporter Staff Writer NEWCOMERSTOWN — A 21-year-old Bowling Green State University coed, who reigned as Newcomerstown High School Homecoming Queen 4 years ago, was again awarded the scepter and crown of roya1 beauty last night as she assumed the title of ‘‘Miss Newcomerstown.” Kathy Rehard. only child of briefly following the ceremony, Mr. arid Mrs. Paul Rehard of extending congratulations to the 434 S. McKinley St., was an- queen and lauding the people nounced the winner of the queen of Newcomerstown for their contest before a crowd of nearly progressiveness. 1.000 at the high school athletic Assisting in the coronation field. Kathy was one of 7 con- was Mrs. Lester Ellwood of testants, nominated previously Cambridge, the former Thelma by merchants and businessmen. Swigert, who had reigned as to participate in the contest by “Miss Newcomerstown” during selling Sesquicentennial pageant the 125th anniversary eelebra-tickets.    tion in 1939. An elementary education ma- Mrs. Ellwood related a story jor at Bowling Green University, to the contestants prior to the where she will be a senior this announcement, saying she had fond memories of her reign, as 12 Days Needed To Reach 'Post' Above Pacific By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) — The Syncom 3 communications satellite, intended to relay television pictures of the October Olympic Games in Japan quickly to North America and Europe, rocketed into a preliminary orbit today en route to a planned stationary post high above the Pacific Ocean. Officials were cheered by the early success of the mission. But the “Olympic Star” satellite must execute a number of complex maneuvers in the next 12 days to shift its orbit and reach its goal as the world’s first truly synchronous —stationary — satellite. While Syncom 3 is a research vehicle and television is not its main job, successful intercontinental transmission of Olympic-pictures would be the most dramatic performance so far by communications satellites. U.S., Japanese. Canadian and European interests plan to spend nearly $1 million to demonstrate Olympic television capability with Syncom 3. Practically none of the transmission will be live, primarily because of time differences, and ironically, Canadian and European viewers probably will see more See SYNCOM, Page 21 Civilization is a state of affairs where nothing can be done without first being financed. fall, Kathy received her crown she had first met her husband, from State Sen. Kenneth Berry m)w a Cambridge businessman. of Coschocton. Berry spoke vvhile participating in the 1939 ^    parade. The H princesses of the court are Mary Cross, Donna Hayes, Karen Henry, Mary Oldt, Penny Studd and Jean Taylor Purchasers of coupons from the queen contestants may exchange these for admission tickets at Sesqui headquarters between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Reserved seats may be made there for an additional 50 cents. The initial performance of the spectacular, “Saga of an Indian Village,” followed the coronation, tracing the history of the village in 15 episodes. A cast of more than 300, directed by Chris Goodyear of the John B. Rogers Co. of Fostoria, was authentically costumed and performed to advantage before an effective setting of red, while See NT’TOWN. Page 8 Mrs. Lester Ellwood of Cambridge, “Miss Newcomerstown" during the 125th anniversary, adjusts the crown for Kathy Rehard, current queen, following her coronation last night. Bike Problems New Philadelphia police were notified at I p m. yesterday that a bicycle had been found and at 6 p.m., that one was stolen. Robert Williams of 560 3rd St. NE told police that a yellow girl’s bicycle had been left in his yard. John Uhek of IOU 5th St. SW reported that his son’s bicycle had been taken yesterday while it was parked at Tus-cora Park. Police also were notified by Mrs. Charles Bailey of 1360 5th St. NE that someone had tried to pry open the door to her residence sometime Saturday night. Polit e stated that several screwdriver marks were left on the door lock Quaker Books Film 'Hamlet' With Burton Harold Snyder, manager of Quaker Theatre in New Philadelphia. announced today that “Hamlet,” starring Richard Burton, will be presented there late next month for 4 performances only. The matinee and evening presentations on 2 consecutive days is being made possible through a revolutionary new electronic-optical process Thea-trofilm. The widely-heralded production, which closed at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on Broadway just last Saturday after a sensation,!! run, was filmed during an actual performance with a technique that employed the immediacy of television and the big-screen effect of motion pictures. Snyder said tickets for the 4 performances will be sold in advance and the sale will not exceed the Quaker’s capacity. Popular prices will be in effect. Regarded as one of the greatest attractions in the history of the New York stage, “Hamlet” will be shown in just I.OOO theatres across the nation. There will not be a road tour of the stage company. Mrs. Rockefeller Files Custody Suit WHITE PLAINS, N Y. (AP' — Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller’! wife. Margaret, has filed sui to gain custody of her four chil dren by a previous marriage. Her divorced husband, Dr James S. Murphy of New Yorl city, has asked that the suit b dismissed, and that the couple’ 4-year-old daughter, Melinda, b returned to him. The legal papers, on file I State Supreme Court in th Westchester County seat, ai the basis for a hearing sche< ‘-’ed today. ;

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