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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                rg Kegler Nips Miller At Wire For COBPA AllStar Spot v f llHtf A Mark Of ualtlx IM I THE Seven Major Largest Circulation In Tuscarawos County 1964 HOMI PHONE 44167 7 CENTS Last Unmanned Gemini Capsule On Schedule By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE AP Including two Project Mariner apacecraft ticketed for Mars are scheduled next month at Cape Late In the space plans to launch a Project Gemini capsule on a final unmanned flight to quallf It for manned missions sched uled to begin early next Other shots on the schedule are orbital development flights of the Centaur and Titan 3A space rockets the Tiros I weather and a radia tionsensing Explorer scientific The first Mariner Mars launching is set for The second could be fired as early as two days depending on how well 1 November marks one of the rare occasions when Mars is in position to receive an unmanned visitor from The next opportunity will be in December Each Mariner payload is to travel about 350 million miles in journeys to During 30minute flybys within miles of the each Is to snap TO television pictures and gather scientific The launchings will be the most difficult attempted by unmanned Jack Mariner project manager for the Space Agencys Jet Propulsion says there is a better than 50 pec cent chance that at least one of the craft will The unmanned Gemini flight has been delayed numerous times because of technical and weather The Titan 2 booster rocket twice was re moved from its launch pad be cause of and several weeks delay resulted when the rocket was damaged by light The Titan 2 is to propel a fully equipped spacecraft miles down the Atlantic range to check all and reentry See Page fi M S A Oodtn9 hoping there will be more re like Richard Hanharts from left at TueidayY thfrd report meeting of the DoverNew Philadelphia United Fund chair man of the Attorney turned in 120 per cent of his goal at last Fridays with more to To expedite tabulating pledges and cash an auditing team was put to work for this years They are Charles Cool campaign treasurer John Davis of the National Bank of Dover John Hurst of the Ohio and Trust and Edward Wise of the Reeves Banking Trust Tuesdays report meeting will be at noon in Union Country Club Jo seph general is hopeful for a good session to make up a lag in An allout push will be needed to top the goal STANDBY Jet Nuclear Bombers Close In On Red China By FRED HOFFMAN WASHINGTON AP Th United States has posted quadron of 15 B52 heavy je uclear bombers on the islan f Guam within about miles of Red it wa earned The unpublicized mad ast places the 15 B52 bout miles closer to Com munist China than when the re based in the United States The squadron sent to Guam jplaces a unit of older medium et B47 B52s have a least twice the striking rang Johnson Beating Brush In Florida AP President Johnson got a bi welcome in Florida today as h swung into a tour of Souther states where backers of Repub lican Barry Goldwater claim considerable Many thousands lined a four mile motorcade route throug Orlando and crowded into shopping center parking lo where Johnson began the day fivecity campaign Sheriff Dave Starr estimated turned out to see the The people were orderly am decidedly friendly and there was nothing like the unruly mob scenes which Johnson encoun tered Sunday in The in his Orlando promised a new Charter of opportunity for older Florida is a haven for tens of thousands of retiree Secret Service agents and ON THE INSIDE Dear Your Around The Goren On Womens Pages DAY in showroom of for eign car dealer Demonstra tion rides in your Uving police had to strain their back against an enthusiastic crowd L get Johnson into his hotel for an overnight stop in In officers became violen as they struggled to extricati the President from well wish Johnson calld his Florida re ception wonderful I haven seen a sourpuss all he ran into Goldwater supporters at every Johnson aimed his campaign today at Georgia and South In his text for an outdoor audience at Johnson said a major choice of the Nov 3 election involves the future ol older Harking back to a Goldwater campaign speech Johnson said in Florida The issue was clearly drawn In this Programs to pro tect older people against the crushing costs of illness were The entire Social Se curity system supported by every president of both parties has been Doverite Cited In Philo Crash Kenneth of 1031 Crater was sited this morning by New Philadel phia police for failure to yield turning south from ear of the General Telephone CoParting lot onto an un named struck vehicle operated by Edward W Fuhr The Foodriesi in was pushed into a parked auto moJKte by Gleo ter Ctestnwt and carry much more of a atomic wallop than the B47s The B52s also fly faster1 an This is the first time that th longrange B52s have been de ployed The other 60 heavy are stationed in the United half of them on runway alert and ready fo takeoff within 15 No additional B52s are sched uled for overseas deploymen this the Air Force Asked the reason for sending the 15 B52s to the Air Force said the purpose is to more effectively utilize the air The type of B52 stationed on Guam has an effective opera ing range of more than miles with the fuel it carries in its own Refueled by aerial tankers he eightjet B52s can extern their ranges by thousands of Each B52 can carry a brace of he heaviest nuclear weapons in the arsenal weapons 2 Temporary Policemen Are Named At Phi la Two new Virgil of 210 2nd NW and David of 1023 12th today were appointed to 90day temporary duty with the New Philadelphia police They will fill vacancies ed by resignations in the last 2 The temporary appointments were made because New Phila delphia currently does not have a Civil Service eligibility list to draw Davis and Limbaugh will continue in their duties until uch time as dates for a com examination are not o exceed their 90day trial pe au Air ttended Gnadenhutten is married and the father of S He formerly has employed at ALSO in General Electric in Dover and Montgomery A Ittt graduate of New Phil Ljmbaugh is a member of the Navy fe is married ajuj the father of packing explosive equivalents of 24 million tons of B52s are fitted to launch Hound Dog These nuclearheaded missiles can blast ground targets more than 500 miles from their moth er To confuse enemy B52s can fire off decoy missiles called The 13footlong Quail flies at B52 speeds and producing a blip on enemy radar similar to that made by an actual The Air Force gradually has been retiring its aging A onetime fleet of about of the sixjet craft has been re duced to about 400 Copter Crash In Maneuvers Kills 9 Marines Spain maries died today in the blazing wreckage of two H34 helicopters which collided and crashed while participating In massive amphibi near The with scores of similar craft from the inva sion fleet were pre paring to land in the drop area along a rocky escapment when they collided at an altitude of Set In November Unrest Challenges New Soviet Chiefs about 800 Both caught fire and were burning furiously when they hit the rocky Twelve Marines aboard the two machines man aged to make their way out of the flames and a 13th was res cued badly Other Marines already land ed from the shiptoshore heli copters assisted the survivors and tried to remove the dead before fire engulfed both The crash occurred as Ma rine and Navy helicopters were engaged in a more than sortie transfer of invasion roops to shore as part of a man The dead all from he 2nd Marine not immediately identi MOSCOW AP The Krem lins new leaders continued a series of meetings with foreign Communist party officials today to try to quiet the spreading unrest over the ouster of Nikita Khrushchevs successors an nounced they had conferred with the Communist chiefs of Poland as Red delegations from Austria and Italy con verged on the Soviet capital to find out why Khrushchev was dumped as premier and Com munist chief and what lies Reports circulated in Moscow that Mikhail the top Communist theoretician who led the attack on has been hospitalized with kidney Deliberations Seek To Quiet Criticism Over Khrus Ouster trouble and a recurrence of Some nonCommu nist observers suggested his illness might be primarily polit Communist party First Secre tary Leonid Brezhnev and Premier Alexei Kosygin traveled to the Polish border to confer with Polish Communist party chief Wladyslaw Gomul and Premier Josef Cyrank The Soviet news agency Tass said the meeting took place the other day at the border town of Bielovezh Push A delegation of the French Communist which has declared it wants to know the truth about Khrushchevs arrived in Moscow over the An Austrian Red mis sion arrives today and sentatives of the big Italian party are expected Hungarys echoed the Communist party Kremlin position re were A fleet of 120 most of them from the United and men were involved in the The exercise will continue for 20 Moving Day editorial department I Is iiji the process of occupy1 ing renovated quarters on the second floor of The Daily Among the changes involved is the moving of telephone If you had difficulty con tacting the news department i today we Thei jchangeover is expected to I be finished Tuesday with all department facilities sched1 luled for completion this along with relocation of advertising and circulaj I tion departments on the first Dover Vandalism Reports On Rise Sunday with criticism of grettable mistakes daring See Page I Dover police are continuing investigation into the smashtaj of a large plate glass window at the Propane Gas on W 3rd They said the vandalism oc curred between 5 Satur day and 10 Sunday Robert McCulloch of 427 4th New re ported to police Saturday after noon that someone had ripped wires from the motor of his au to and destroyed the fuel pump while it was parked near Dovei Ah Ashland Hencil Dee 2 Workers Die In Explosions By ED STAATS AP A Humphreys Role Worries Coldwater By WALTER MEARS AP Barry keynot ng the windup week of his pres dential told a Mary land crowd today he is scared stiff at the prospect of Hubert Humphrey ever be coming Goldwater said also that Pres dent Johnson is looking for what Goldwater called a man date for The Republican presidential nominee aimed much of his fire at the Democratic vice presidential as he did Saturday in Goldwater said flatly Johnson is not doing the job of the pres dent in either world affairs or on the domestic Goldwater said both Hum Have Yours With sate of tickets limited to readers are reminded only 3 days remain in which to obtain them for An Evening With Cram The noted i whose pears will speak Dover High are available business office and also are be ing sold by Business ft ns Club and Twig of Hospital m of Those wanting to be assured of seats should their tickets w any re mm they will be sou at the phrey and Johnson want a planned I dont care how you spell this thing Goldwater When you control the econo you are in a socialized he told a crowd that turned out on a balmy Indian Summer day to stand in a big semicircle around the front of the Salisbury Civic Police estimated the Salisbury turnout at a little over Republicans put it at Goldwater should keep said vice the voters presidential choices in mind when they make their decision a week from Goldwater said he and his running William agree on a conservative and the New York congressman could carry on the work of a GOP Im not worried about Bill he But Im Sec Page Z Uhville Police Get 2 Vandalisms DHRJCHSVILLE Two van dalisms were reported to police Greg Bear of 231 Mc Crea reported someone had broken the rear window of his auto White it was parked in the 300 block of Water at MB Frank ICatthus of 328 Uhr reported that a window broken w his proper series of gas explosions rocked two of a string of six petro chemical plants near this south east Texas oil city Two workers were killed and 17 only one Ruptures in pipelines carrying highly volatile gas apparently caused the but company officials said they were unrelat Neither firm shares any The first explosion ripped the Spencer Chemical plant after a leak developed in a line carrying highly volatile ethyl ene gas under a pressure of 000 pounds per square Gas fogging the area ignited and the shock broke windows at Bridge five miles Flames soared 150 feet high and were visible 25 miles to the west at Thewhole roof of the build ing just came one man Sixteen of 26 men working the night shift at Spencer suffered cuts from flying glass and and A company clock was jarred to a standstill at Abort three hours a series of perhaps five explosions injured three men at the nearby Allied Chemical when an See Page I Weathervane SATURDAY High 54 Low 28 YESTERDAY High 64 Low 28 Elsewhere In High Low Pr clear 66 35 cloudy 74 cloudy 70 Los cloudy 69 cloudy 78 New clear 64 clear 66 cloudy San cloudy 57 clear 67 TODAY 7 33 RAWFAll Last 48 hours None TOMORROW High 79 Low 45 53 44 61 76 52 42 46 55 41 T Ttrr WWqpni ly at at 8 W I Forecast Cloudy wiU told officers Saturday tha an antenna was broken off his car while it was parked at Me morial Breaking of a window in a workshop was reported Satur day night by Bar vey of 914 Walnut She also reported a prowler around the Dave Haney of 301 Sling luff was reported at Saturday night that a glass in th6 front door of his home ha been broken by Reports of Halloweeners soap ing windows also dotted the po lice Officers at Sunday night talked to the parents of 3 youths who had cursed a Prospect St resident while A Cross resident complain ed Sunday night that Halloween ers for 3 nights had been throw ing stones on his A Dover woman told po lice Saturday afternoon that Halloweeners have broken S windows at their She said they also threw apples in the Deputies Find 2 Of 3 Stolen Area Vehicles Three stolen vehicle reports were registered with sheriff deputies last Within lours after the original reports were deputies had recov ered Velma Albright of RD Car Honey Hunter Smokes attempt to sat tsfy a sweet tooth literally back fired here yesterday In the misadventure was still going strong this Someone tiled to rustle some honey from a tree by smoking out the The tree and about 5 acres of woods went up In The tree was located on Mus kingum Conservancy District 2 miles northwest of here off County Road The blaze also spread onto the Ralph and Bert SilViiis consuming a quarter of an acre of standing Division of Forestry firefight with the aid of Wayne Township were call ed to the scene around 4 and battled the blaze for 4 Several firemen were back on the job this morning after the fire Vernon an MCD em ploye and also a champion chain sawer went into action and felled the honey but the winddriven fire had already gained the dry Investigation into the blaze to James forestry divi sion chief at New Philadelphia said there were 18 fires con suming 208 acres in the district over the A 100acre tract went up in smoke in Jefferson No damage estimate has been reported bile was taken her automo Saturday at from downtown Den At it was found on County Road minus 2 rear Harold Davis of RD reported the heft of his 2wheeJ trailer at It took dep uties only 16 minutes to find he trailer in a creek bed ap roximately 200 yards from the Davis Grace Ash of 117 Tuscar awas said she abandoned her 1953 automobile arly Sunday morning on Inter tate a mile south of Stras when it ran out of When she returned for it Sunday afternoon it had been TiektU Remain For My Fair lady Little Theatre officials nounced today there are 6 an sin jle seats remaining for Satur day night and 70 for Friday for the additional 2 per ormances of My Fair Reservations may be made by calling 55555 from 1 to 3 and to 9 Yovth li Oris of BD New was arrested by neriff deputies Sunday for dis orderly conduct and disturbing the Ha posted fse Gundy Tract Annexation Given Okay County Commissioners today ipproved the annexation to Mid ate of the Leo Gundy Indus rial site covering 17 tracts of and on Routes southwest f the The property occupies the ite of the former Royal Plant Robinson Clay Products nd parts of it lie within Go Mill and Warwick town abutting Gundy had filed petitions for be annexation on 17 At he public hearing the nly question raised was by Warwick Township who were assured that the rail road in the area was not includ ed in the annexed but lies Water Shuroffs Set In Twin Cities DENNISON Arthur trandyberry today that water will to shut off in I areas in the Twin Cities t and water will be shut off on Uhr ch from 3rd to 6th and and HI In water Witt be shut off from fe Gardner from WP   

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