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Times-Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1968, Dover, Ohio There Was Plenty of Action on National Sports Scene Last Weekend See Pages 2123 Ife Wit 65 259 30 PAGES Uhe fames REPORTER 10 CENTS Foremost in Tuscarawas County and Area DoverNew May DAY Any youngster will mrt art errand for you if you ask hiftt at DOVER 3437708 NEW PHILADELPHIA 3435545 Renews Withdrawal Offer Transplant Patient Is Excellent By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A Paris hospital said today a patient was in excellent condi tion after a transplant and medical sources Identified him as a 45yearold Roman Catholic priest who had suffered 30 heart At the hospital Where three transplants were performed in one one of the two surviving patients was reported in serious but improv ing condition and the other excellent The bulletin from Broussais Hospital in Paris on Frances third and the worlds 14th hu man heart transplant said only that the hospitals team had performed the operation under satisfactory conditions and the state of the patient is excel lent The French medical sources already had reported that Charles aided by JeanPaul Cachrat and Michel gave a priest from Marseille the heart of a 39 yearold man who died Friday from a cerebral They said an artificial blood supply had kept the heart alive until the Frances other two heart reci pients are Four heart in other 7 John at Lukes Episcopal Hospital in is the man listed in se rious But a spokes man said His dramatic ery from the desperate opera tion last Tuesday and steady improvement are considered to be Cooleys other surviving pa Everett is eating a normal diet and walk Ing in his private Thom a account received a new heart May 3 from a 15yearold housewife who died of a gunshot in the The worlds other two heart transplant survivors are Philip living at home in Cape South Afri 4 months after his opera and Frederick whose operation was May 3 in County Bus Drivers Fall Short in State 2 repre sentatives in the state bus driv ing competition at Worthington High Saturday failed to place among the top 2 in any of the Vying for honors were James Sigrist of driver for Caraway and David Leading 339 Canal driver for Newcomerstown Exempted Vil The grand championship was shared by Dennis Sowder of Mason Local in County and Robert Hutchinson of Bea ver Local in Greene Each totaled 561 points each completed the course in 7 Scores of competitors below the top 2 spots are not although Bob Taylor of the co sponsoring Ohio of Pub lic School Employes noted all were Prom Activity Proms are social high lights for each scholastic year and a number of area schools reached that point on the calendar last Pictures of activi ties at dian Valley Tnseara was West Holmes ana Lakeland are on Page 10 ana Page About million Americans will be old enough to vote for the first time in the November presi dential See Page Robert Kennedy and Eugene McCarthy stage their final hunt for voles in the Nebraska presidential a test which may give a poli tical bonus to Vice President Hubert See Page Worried about how to finance a college education for your children You can get financial aid from the The Times Reporter begins a 15 part series today on Education See Page Liberal leaders of Czechoslovakias Communist party show no signs of knuckling to pressure from the Soviet Poland and East See Page By FRED BALL Q Who should I contact to enter a group in the Memorial Day Parade in Dover this year Dover A There is no preregistration The parade will form at 1 at 4th and Wooster If your unit is there it will be intha Q Why wont a druggist return a prescrip tion I am moving to Florida aM would have the prescription filled but my druggist wouldnt give it The doctor who issued it is now New Philadelphia A Druggists are prohibited by law from re turning prescriptions Get the prescription number before then have a doctor in Florida contact the local druggist and request the ingredients of the He can then issue another prescription for same if he feels it is Q Does WKYC in Cleveland give tours of the station If when New Philadelphia A Tpurs of WKYCTV are but have not been possible for several months due to major construction is not known when the will be a spokesman for the station said visitors are always welcome and sug gested you write for tickets to WKYCs afternoon variety Our Man This will enable you to see the work that goes into a live For reservations drop a card to Our Man Mark WKYC Q When is the high school summer school program scheduled to start will geometry be offered New Philadelphia A Summer school begins June 13 at Dover Final registration will be June 1011 from 8 to 4 with being handled by the principal at each Geometry is part of the tentative schedule and will be offered if enough students Q I am a widow without income and am not qualified for social Is there anywhere tbat I could get help New Philadelphia A Your problem has been referred to the welfare A caseworker should be visiting you Thuy Says Aggression Continues By JOHN HIGHTOWER AP Special Correspondent PARIS AP The United States accused North Vietnam directly today of moving sub stantial and increasing numbers of troops and supplies into the and called on the Hanoi government to take some im portant step toward In an opening statement at the first round of substantive Ambassador Averell Harriman renewed a offer to withdraw forces from Vietnam if and when the North pulls its forces from the South and the level of vio lence For our Harriman de we desire no bases in South and we are pre pared to leave the facilities we have built there to the people to use as they For the other Xuan Thuy told the meeting the United States has been defeated but is continuing its aggression against the people of An outline of Xuan Thuys speech was given to a news conference after the meeting by Nguyen Thanh chief spokes man for the North Vietnamese Xuan Thuy said the United had been condemned by international opinion including opinion in the United President he had been obliged to announce a limitation of bombing but in reality aerial bombardment of an important part of the country is continuing and reconnaissance planes continue to fly over the country including the Xuan Thuy charged that new troops were being brought from the United States and new ap See PEACE Page 2 Seated at the conference table inside the old Majestic Hotel was this delegation Bill Jorden Andrew Averell Cyrus Philip Harold Kaplan and John UPI Main Thrust Against Saigon Command Says By GEORGE ESPER Associated Press Writer SAIGON AP The Command says allied troops have crushed the main thrust of the Communist commands ninedayold attack on but it also announced the loss of a Special Forces camp 350 miles to II i i iff Will Si I ifl j tl Canton Woman BeVBH Free Under Bond Leaps from on 8 Q If a person has several life insurance policies with different would all the policies pay at death What about health and acci dent Insurance Dover A A local insurance agent told Hot Line all life insurance policies are paid off at death less of the most life insurance companies balk at paying off health and accident claims when the total amount received from all policies exceeded the individuals salary when A 20yearold Canton Vicky was dead on arrival at Union Hospital after she jumped from a car driven by her Sun day morning at on 2 miles north of Mineral Coroner Philip Doughten said this morning she died from a broken neck and multiple head Doughten has not made a pending further Investigation state patrol who reportedly was separated from her hus resided with her and Roy Apple garth of 2407 19th She also had custody of her 2yearold who lives at 350 Haz lett allegedly was taken to Union Hospital where he was placed under heavy but nurses had no record of his Robbins also is by a Robert Wells of and and Roy Applegarth of Services will be Wednesday at 1 in Kreighbaum Funeral Home at Canton with Wells Burial will be in Melscheimer Cemetery at North Calling hours are Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to Tour Is Planned The Martha Ktnneyl Cooper ohioana Library is planning pilgrimage on Jui membership will historic ou i story i Clarence of 223 2nd New charged Saturday morning with 3 separate assault was released from New Philadel phia city jail at Satur day under a property bond posted by his Clar ence Bevan of 500 Beaver Because it was a property original bonds set at on each charge were boosted to Mayor Lloyd Dinger said A hearing has been set for Friday at Police jailed Bevan Saturday morning after Maria of 323 2nd charged Bevan beat her and her 2 small Miss Heter claimed Bevan forced the door to her apart ment early Saturday He was armed with a hand she Police found the their faces in their They were treated at Union Hospital and taken into protec tive custody by juvenile author Miss Heter was placed in the county jail on a capias for an unpaid fine of Bevan had a squirt gun and a 22caliber cartridge In his pos session when he was po lice Drive Nets Instead of GNADENHUTTEN The Chamber of Commerce fund drive for Twin City Hospital netted in cash and pledg es instead of as incor rectly reported in Saturdays Headquarters said Special and South Vietnamese irregu lars were evacuated Sun day from the Kham Due Camp after North Vietnamese troops attacked one of its outposts and threatened to overrun the entire The enemy shot down one of the evacuation a four engine C130 killing the six Air Force crewmen and an undisclosed number of civil ian irregulars and South Viet namese army headquarters A C130 can carry about 100 The with about 400 de came under attack Fri Headquarters said prelimi nary reports showed 19 Ameri cans killed and 89 Tt had nofigures on South Viet namese Troops of the 196th Light Infantry Brigade moved in to cover the and mili tary spokesmen said more than 300 enemy soldiers were esti mated to have been They said an unknown additional number were killed in massive air including seven mis sions near the camp by Air Force B52 bombers Sunday night and Fred Weyand an nounced the victory over the en emys main thrust against Sai Although isolated small at terrorism and harass ment by including are still large numbers of the enemy have been at tempting to withdraw from the battlefield for the past 48 many being intercepted in the Election Results Official Thursday Tuscarawas County Board of Elections will meet Thursday at 11 to officially certify re sults in last Tuesdays primary Director Victor Turner said today only minor changes in the counts have been discover INDEX Around The World 8 Court Records 6 Hospital News 6 Obituaries 2 Ohio Briefs 8 Sports 212223 Television 7 The Weather 8 Town Topics 6 Traffic Court 5 On Political Scene 30 When Where 20 Womens Pages 16 17 AKEA NEWS Baltic Dennison 6 Millersburg 11 Newcomerstown 6 Port Washington 12 Strasburg 20 Sugarcreek 14 Uhrichsville 6 West Lafayette 6 13 said who commands the 2nd Field The general said more than enemy soldiers were killed or captured in the 3rd Corps Tactical and the 11 provinces around the Viet Cong launched their of See MAIN Page t Rape Charge May Be Filed Dover Police Chief Ray Hies said this morning officers would consult with Prosecutor George Demis today possi ble charges against twocoun tians in connection with the alledged rape of a 20yearold Dover woman Saturday at ap proximately 3 She called police at and said the 2 men had crim inally assaulted her in the 100 block of Front Polica said the victim has made posi tive identification of at one of the Hes Puzzler McCarthy the man re mains an enigma to many even after months of na tional What real jly makes him tick What I makes him run What is bis appeal His erratic tactics puz See Page MORE ENTRANTS EXPECTED Wintersville Girls Are First for Clay land Pageant Margaret Ann Tiffy Cush of UhrichsviUe and Nancy Sue RD Cadiz Road are the first 2 entrants in the forthcom ing Miss Clayland An official preliminary to the Miss America the eant will be May at 8 jn ciaymont junior nigh at The Ciaymont Jaycees are Miss is the daugh ter of and Frank Cush of 110 Shamel She will be graduated this month from Ciaymont High where she is affiliated with the Sigma She has had special training in clarinet and piano and for the talent portion of the pageant will present a piano The brownhair ed Miss Cush is 5 4 inches tall and weighs 120 She enjoys outdoor sports especially skiing and Her high school activities eluded the Pep Draconj tra and She was member of the school yearboojj staff this year and has been cheerleader since the 8th She also was on the ing She would like to study Xray technology at Twin City Hospfr Miss Blickensderfer is a mer resident of having graduated from mont High w The ter of Doroth See
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