Dover Times Reporter, May 13, 1968

Dover Times Reporter

May 13, 1968

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Dover Times Reporter (Newspaper) - May 13, 1968, Dover, Ohio There Was Plenty of Action on Local, National Sports Scene Last Weekend -- See Pages 21-23gAowkg (HUL DAY Z BRIGHTENER Any youngster will run an errand for you if you ask him at bedtime. VOL. 65 NO. 259    30    PAGES    IO    CENTS mmmmmrnm mmsmmMmm* rn® * mmsForemost in Tuscarawas County and Area Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Monday, May 13,1968. mm wmsmmmmm mmm st mmmz mm mmmm mmami - DOVER 343-7706 NEW PHILADELPHIA 343 5545U.S. Renews Withdrawal Offer t In About 11.4 million Americans will be old enough to vote for the first time it? the November presidential election. See Page 9. . . ★    ★    ★ Sens. Robert F. Kennedy and Eugene J. McCarthy stage their final hunt for votes in the Nebraska presidential primary, a test which may give a political bonus to Vice President Hubert Humphrey. See rage 30. . . ★    ★    ★ Worried about how to finance a college education for your children? You can get financial aid from the U. S. government. The Times - Reporter begins a 15 - part series today on U. S. Education Benefits. See Page 3. . . ★    ★    ★ Liberal leaders of Czechoslovakia’s Communist party -show no signs of knuckling to pressure from the Soviet Union, Poland and East Germany. See Page 20. . . At Your Service irtriTTW "T 111Transplant Patient Is 'Excellent' Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A Paris hospital said today a patient was in excellent condition after a heart transplant Sunday, and medical sources identified him as a 45-year-old Roman Catholic priest who had suffered 30 heart attacks. At the Houston, Tex., hospital where three transplants were performed in one week, one of the two surviving patients was reported in “serious but improving” condition and the other was in excellent shape. The bulletin from Broussais Hospital in Paris on France’s third and the world’s 14th human heart transplant said only that the hospital’s team had performed the operation “under satisfactory conditions and the state of the patient is excellent.” The French medical sources already had reported that Prof. Charles Dubost, aided by Dis. Jean-Paul Cachrat and Alichel Lacombe, gave a priest from Marseille the heart of a 39-year-old man who died Friday from a cerebral hemorrhage. They said an artificial blood supply had kept the heart alive until the operation. France’s other tw o heart recipients are dead. Four heart recipients survive in other nations. John W. Stuckwish, 62, at St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital in Houston, is the man listed in serious condition. But a spokesman said: “His dramatic recovery from the desperate operation last Tuesday and steady improvement are considered to be encouraging ” Cooley’s other surviving patient, Everett C. Thomas, 47, is eating a normal diet and walking in his private room. Thomas, a Phoenix, Ariz., accountant, received a new heart May 3 from a 15-year-old housewife who died of a gunshot wound in the head. The world’s other two heart transplant survivors are Dr. Philip Blaiberg, 58, living at home in Cape Town. South Africa, 4y2 months after his operation, and Frederick West, 45, whose operation was Alay 3 in London.County Bus Drivers Fall Short in State Tuscarawas County’s 2 representatives in the state bus driving competition at Worthington High Saturday failed to place among the top 2 in any of the categories. Vying for honors were James Sigrist of Dundee, driver for Garaway Local, and David B. Leading of 339 W. Canal st., Newcomerstown, driver for Newcomerstown Exempted Village. The grand championship was shared by Dennis Sowder of Mason Local in Warren County and Robert Hutchinson of Beaver Local in Greene County. Each totaled 561 points each completed the course in 7 minutes. Scores of competitiors below the top 2 spots are not released, although Bob Taylor of the cosponsoring Ohio Assn. of Public School Employes noted all scores were high.Prom Activity Proms are social high-!! lights for each scholastic! year — and a number of jg area schools reached thati| point on the calendar last j weekend. Pictures of activi- jj ties at Newcomerstown, In-1 I dian Valley South, Tuseara- % II was Valley, Ridgewood,! West Holmes and Lakeland are on Page IO and Page 14. ‘The Hot Line’ By FRED BALL (Q) — Who should I contact to enter a group in the Memorial Day Parade in Dover this year? WAI.,, Dover (A) — There is no pre-registration required. The parade will form at I p.m. at 4th and Wooster av. If your unit is there it will be in1 the j l ade. (Q) — Why won’t a druggist return a prescription? I am moving to Florida and would like to have the prescription filled there, but my druggist wouldn't give it to me. The doctor who issued it is now dead. ALG., New Philadelphia (A) — Druggists are prohibited by law from returning prescriptions. Get the prescription number before leaving, then have a doctor in Florida contact the local druggist and request the ingredients of the drug. He can then issue another prescription for same if he feels it is needed. (Q) — Does WKYC in Cleveland give tours of the station? If so, when? N.R., New Philadelphia (A) — Tours of WKYC-TV are offered, but have not been possible for several months due to major construction work. It is not known when the work will be completed. However, a spokesman for the station said visitors are always welcome and suggested you write for tickets to WKYC’s afternoon variety show, “Our Alan Mark.” This will enable you to see the work that goes into a live program. For reservations drop a card to “Our Alan Alark” WKYC - TV, Cleveland, O. 44114. (Q) — When Is the high school summer school program scheduled to start? Also, will geometry be offered? N.R., New Philadelphia (A) — Summer school begins June 13 at Dover High. Final registration will be June 10-11 from 8 to 4 with pre-registration being handled by the principal at each school. Geometry is part of the tentative schedule and w ill be offered if enough students enroll. (Q) — I am a widow without income and am not qualified for social security. Is there anywhere that I could get help? Mrs. ( .AL, New Philadelphia (A) — Your problem has been referred to the welfare department. A caseworker should be visiting you soon. (Q) — If a person has several life insurance policies with different companies, would all the policies pay at death? What about health and accident insurance? A.M., Dover (A) — A local insurance agent told Hot Line all life insurance policies are paid off at death regardless of the number. However, most life insurance companies balk at paying off health and accident claims when the total amount received from all policies exceeded the individual’s salary when healthy.Thuy Says Aggression Continues By JOHN AI. HIGHTOW ER AP Special Correspondent PARIS (AP) - The United States accused North Vietnam directly today of moving “substantial and increasing numbers of troops and supplies” into the South, and called on the Hanoi government to take some “important step toward peace.” In an opening statement at the first round of substantive negotiations, Ambassador W. Averell Harriman renewed a U.S. offer to withdraw' forces from Vietnam if and when the North pulls its forces from the South and the “level of violence” subsides. “For our part,” Harriman declared, “we desire no bases in South Vietnam, and we are prepared to leave the facilities we have built there to the people to use as they wish.” For I he other side, Xuan Thuy told the meeting the United States has been defeated but is continuing its “aggression” against the people of Vietnam. An outline of Xuan Thuy’s S|>eech was given to a news conference after the meeting by Nguyen Thanh Le, chief spokesman for the North Vietnamese delegation. Xuan Thuy said the United States had been condemned by international opinion including opinion in the United States. President Johnson, he added, had been obliged to announce a limitation of U.S. bombing but in reality aerial bombardment of an important part of the country is continuing and U.S. reconnaissance planes continue to fly over the country including the capital. Xuan Thuy charged that new troops were being brought from the United States and new ap-See PEACE TAIKS, Page 2 v»*.    Wva    .^4VV Seated at the conference table inside the old Majestic Hotel was this U.S. delegation: Bill Jorden (I), Lt. Gen. Andrew Goodpaster, Averell Harriman, Cyrus Vance, Philip Habib, Harold Kaplan and John Negroponte. (UPI Telephoto). ;  ' / - ,    ......    '    *      .....T Main Thrust Against Saigon Crushed, U.S. Command Says By GEORGE ESPER Associated Press Writer SAIGON (AP) — The U.S. Command says allied troops have crushed the main thrust of the Communist command’s nine-day-old attack on Saigon, but it also announced the loss of a Special Forces camp 350 miles to the northeast. Canton Woman Bevan Free Leaps from Car, Killed on Rf. 8 A 20-year-old Canton woman, Vicky Robbins, was dead on arrival at Union Hospital after she jumped from a car driven by her husband, Terry, 21, Sunday morning at 3:30 on Rt. 8, 2 miles north of Mineral City. Coroner Dr. Philip Doughten said this morning she died from a broken neck and multiple head injuries. Doughten has not made a ruling, pending further investigation by state patrolmen. Airs. Robbins, who reportedly was separated from her husband, resided with her parents, Mr. and Airs. Roy J. Applegate of 2407 19th st. She also had custody of her 2-year-old son, Michael. Terry, who lives at 350 Haz-lett av. NW, Canton, allegedly was taken to Union Hospital where he was placed under heavy sedation, but nurses had no record of his treatment. Airs. Robbins also is survived by a sister, Mrs. Robert Wells of Canton, and grandparents, Air. and Airs. Roy Applegate of Cadiz. Services will be Wednesday at I in Kreighbaum Funeral Hume at Canton with Rev. R. C. Wells officiating. Burial will be in Alelscheimer Cemetery at North Industry. Calling hours are Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. r mtmm mm mumm. v 3 ss ms. pTour Is Planned I The Martha Kinney |l ; Cooper Ohioana Library ; ! Assn. is planning its annual ;; :§ pilgrimage on June 22. The membership will tour the historic Zoar area. See story on Page 20. IUnder Bond Clarence R. Bevan, 25. of 223 2nd st. NE, New' Philadelphia, charged Saturday morning with 3 separate assault counts, was released from New Philadelphia city jail at 1:30 p.m. Saturday under a $1500 property bond posted by his father, Clarence T. Bevan of 500 Beaver av. NE. Because it was a property bond, original bonds set at $206 on each charge w ere boosted to $500 each, Alayor Lloyd Dinger said today. A hearing has been set for Friday at 9:30. Police jailed Bevan Saturday morning after Marla Heter, 21, of 323 2nd st. NE, charged Bevan beat her and her 2 small children. Miss Heter claimed Bevan forced the door to her apartment early Saturday morning. He was armed with a hand gun, she claimed. Police found the children, their faces beaten, in their bed. They were treated at Union Hospital and taken into protective custody by juvenile authorities. AIlss Heter was placed in the county jail on a capias for an unpaid fine of $30. Bevan had a squirt gun and a 22-caliber cartridge in his possession when he was jailed, police said.Drive Nets $5279 Instead of $52,079 GNADENHUTTEN - The Chamber of Commerce fund drive for Twin City Hospital netted $5279 in cash and pledges instead of $52,079 as incorrectly reported in Saturday’s paper. Headquarters said Special Forces—Green    Beret—troops and South Vietnamese irregulars were evacuated by air Sunday from the Kham Due Camp after North Vietnamese troops attacked one of its outposts and threatened to overrun the entire camp. The enemy shot down one of the evacuation planes, a four-engine C130 trans*port, killing the six Air Force crewmen and an undisclosed number of civilian irregulars and South Vietnamese army soldiers, U.S. headquarters said. A C130 can carry about IOO troops. The camp, with about 400 defenders, came under attack Friday. Headquarters said preliminary reports showed 19 Americans killed and 89 wounded. It had no figures on South Vietnamese casualties. Troops of the U.S. 196th Light Infantry Brigade moved in to cover the withdrawal, and military spokesmen said more than 300 enemy soldiers were estimated to have been killed. They said an unknown additional el: sissBOisiiiiian mmmmii .3 Election Results Official Thursday Tuscarawas County Board of Elections will meet Thursday at ll a.m. to officially certify results in last Tuesday’s primary elections. Director Victor Turner said today only minor changes in the counts have been discovered. number were killed in massive air strikes, including seven missions near the camp by Air Force B52 bombers Sunday night and today. ★ Lt. Gen. Fred C. Weyand announced the victory over the enemy’s main thrust against Saigon. “Although isolated small attacks, terrorism and harassment by fire, including rockets, are still possible, large numbers of the enemy have been attempting to withdraw from the battlefield for the past 48 hours, many being intercepted in the -INDEX - I .Tf.,ET -'STJ '3 Around The World . Court Record > ..... Hospital News ..... Obituaries .......... Ohio Briefs ........ Sports.............. Television........... The Weather....... Town Topics........ Traffic Court....... On Political Scene . Who, When & Where Women’s Pages — AREA NEWS 21 - 2 16 Baltic ................... Dennison ............... Millersburg ............. Newcomerstown ....... Port Washington ....... Strasburg ................. Sugarcreek ............... Uhrichsville ............. West Lafayette..........6 ... 8 2 - 23 ... 7 ... 8 ... 6 ... 5 .. 30 .. 20 & 17 .. .15 ... 6 ...ll ... 6 ...12 ...20 ...14 ... 6 & 13 process,” said Weyand, who commands the 2nd Field force. The general said more than 5,200 enemy soldiers were killed or captured in the 3rd Corps Tactical Zone—Saigon and the ll provinces around it—since the Viet Cong launched their of- See MAIN THRUST, Page I Rape Charge May Be Filed Dover Police Chief Ray Ries said this morning officers would consult with Prosecutor George Demis today concerning possible charges against two coun-tians in connection with the alledged rape of a 20-year-old Dover woman Saturday at approximately 3 a m. She called police at 3:18 a m. and s*aid the 2 men had criminally assaulted her in the IOO block of W. Front st. Police said the victim has made positive identification of at least one of the men. r X ,„    -    v'i    T-    *23He's Puzzler! McCarthy the man re- J mains an enigma to many§| even after months of na-1| tional exposure. What real-ly makes him tick? Whatif makes him run? What is! his appeal'.' His erratic tactics puz-|| zle politicians. See Page 4. | rn MORE ENTRANTS EXPECTED Uhrichsville, Wintersville Girls Are First for Cl ay I and Pageant Margaret Ann (Tiffy) Cush of Uhrichsville and Nancy Sue Blickensderfer, RD 2, (Cadiz Road) Wintersville, are the first 2 entrants in the forthcoming Aliss Clayland pageant. An official preliminary to the Miss America contest, the pageant will be Saturday, May 25, at 8 p.m. in Claymont junior high at Dennison. The Claymont Jaycees are sponsors. Miss Gush, 18. is the daughter of Air. and Airs. Frank Gush of HO Shamel st. She will be graduated this month from Claymont High where she is affiliated with the Sigma Tri. She has had special training in clarinet and piano and for the talent portion of the pageant will present a piano number, “Malaguana.” The brown-eyed, brown-haired Aliss Cush is 5 feet, 4 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds. She enjoys outdoor sports especially skiing and tennis. Her high school activities included the Pep Club, Dracone tra and Thespians. She was a member of the school yearbook staff this year and has been a cheerleader since the 8th grade. She also was on the homecoming court. She would like to study X-ray technology at Twin City Hospital. Aliss Blickensderfer is a former resident of Uhrichsville, having graduated from Claymont High in 1967. The daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Blickens* See PAGEANT, Page I ;