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   Times Recorder, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1964, Zanesville, Ohio                               The Inside Story Of Visit With LBJ: Read Friday's TR 101ST PAGES The Times Recorder Inside Your Times Recorder THE ZAXESVILLE SIGNAL See. ................S C Editorial A ................l B C r'fi Als .......t-5 D Police ..........2 A Pases o-l C Radio-TV .......4 C Crossword .............5 A Sports f> iunerals .....5 C Women's Newfc......t3 C 'Summit' Meeting Set Goldwat Push Close-Up Pictures Of Moon Predicted From Spacecraft Global V ME-YTIAN'E Right wing troops reported advancing in two directions in an offensive j asmed at a strategic highway j intersection controlled by pro- Communist forces. (Page 5-C) CKA3IPAGNOLE Xine French miners entombed sinoe Monday 22Q feet beneath a slipping hillside pipy cards In semi-darkness while await- i ing rescue. (Page 5-C) j LOXDOX A hushed and i reverent House of Commons j receives grateful thanks from j Sir Winston Churchill on his j retirement from government senice. (Page 5-C) Unity Of GOP Hit Ohio's Bliss Given Role; Scranton Is Named Host The Nation BIRMIXGHA3I Justice De- partment takes it first step against segregated restaur- ants under new civil rights law by filing suit against 15 eating places in Tuscaloosat (Page 5-C) JACKSOXVILLE Restau- rant owner testifies he re- fused to serve Negroes in an attempt to avoid trouble with segregationists. (Page 5-C) DALLAS Jack Ruby's feud- ing lawyers threaten to act sue each like clients and other. (Page 5-C) Around Ohio COLUMBUS Authorities begin to track down 1.567 slate checks which dis- appeared from the state's data processing center and started turning up in Col- umbus stores and business houses. (Page 2-A) CLEVELAND The Cleveland chapter of the Con- gress of Racial Equality goes ahead with plans for an anti- police demonstration at City Hail for today despite opposi- tion from prominent Negroes and warnings from city officials. (Page 2-A) Sportscope SOUTH ORAXGE, N.J. Dennis Ralston and Frank Froehling. the top-seeded players, battle 94 degree heat and a pair of rugged oppon- ents before gaining quarter-fi- nals of the Eastern Grass Courts tennis championships. (Page 3-D) PHILADELPHLA Joey Gisrdello signs for middle- weight title defense against Ruben (Hurricane) Carter in Las Vegas in October. (Page 3-D) RENSSELAER, Ind. Con- troversy develops over auto- mobile accident which claimed the lives of Chicago Bears football players Willie Galimore and John Farring- ton Sunday. (Page 2-D) The Weather FORECAST Sunny with pleasant temperatures. Fair and a little cooler tonight PREDICTED TEMPERATURES Today's High .........................S3 TocaVs .........................SO WASHINGTON' Sen. Barry M. Goldwater an- nounced after "unity" talks with top GOP congressional leaders Wednesday that Pennsylvania Gov. William W. Scranton, his chief rival at the nominating convention, will be host st a party "summit" meeting in Hershey. Pa., next month. At an impromptu news con-! ference in his office, Goldwater I when Eisenhower can be avail- also said that two ranking Re-1 able, he said, publican professionals have; Commenting on President agreed to serve on his cam-'Johnson's refusal, for the pres- paign steering committee: Ohio'ent. to debate the campaign is- GOP Chairman Ray Bliss on television. Goldwater former Republican National-said he thinks "when the time Chairman Leonard Hall. I comes" Johnson will be willing Bliss, who had lunched he noted> had not the Arizona senator said heiagreed to debates at was honored and proud. andia similar tjie predicted victory in November, j Goldwater said he had ex- The steering committee will pressed "apprehensions" about consider campaign plans, direct j possible disclosures of national the scheduling of appearances! security matters in such de- by the top candidates and an- j bates, as White House Press alyze polls, Gcldwater said. Secretary George E. Reedy not- Due tipii s r e n i t s the Range- 7 -.sojid a hi: op. :he m Fr wiL 'ake the up pictures of the lunar surface." Ranger >pace per- formed its most crucial space earlier to Isend it on a course to the "Sea of Clouds." H. M. Schurmeier. Ranger i project manager, said: -We'll jhit the moon very close to the {aiming point." j He said flatly "cameias will Ivery definitely work" The rea- json we know this is because of the telemetry data we jreceived and the lessons we LARTH America's Ranger VII zoomed OB a collision course toward the moon Wednesday to a pioneering picture-taking mission to obtain cioseup television pictures of the nwoa's surface. (UP! TeJephoto) [received and the lessons we learned from our previous a{ 4Q mUes Iength and i niiles wide. fa! Dr Wmiam "Our day. It was to ut a uc- straight on course.' the scien-jsirable state. Even-thing is eo- tist continued. He made his ob-liug just b 6 _ sedation eight hours after a! Ranger 6 also was extremelv i critical midcourse maneuver, accurate, but failed in a mission snmRanger 7 on.essential to future manned a very de- constituted the -------0 to zero i with a and biggest test Eaager 7 OQ mile voyage in quest of mooa terrain pictures for future manned lunar landings. Ranger 7, described among Among those expected at the Hershey conference, he said, are former President D wight D. Eisenhower, former Vice! President Richard M. Nixon and 16 Republican governors. Goldwater talked by tele- phone with Scranton Monday night and asked him. as gov- ernor of the state in which the meeting is to be held, act as host. water" t0 But Sen- HuSh Scott R-pa- wdier saM after he meeting might be heldj was "holding in abeyance" a Aug. 12 or 15, depending on j final decision on whether to ed Wednesday. He still has those apprehen- sions, the senator said, but he believes that the chance of se- curity disclosures could be min- imized. One way might be to limit debate subjects to domes- tic matters, he said. Goldwater said he was "very Republican Presidential nominee Senator Barry Goidwater huddles at the Capitol with GOP leaders of the House and Senate to coordinate planning for the coming election campaign. From left to right are House Minority Leader Charles Halieck Rep. William E. Miller vice presi- dential nomineee; and Goldwater. (UPI Tgepnoto) iu> saigei. Scientists said Ranger 7 spacecraft would impact on the lunar surface at 9'25 a.m. EOT "give or take a minute and a half either way in the target area which they lights to the moon the taking of 4.000 pictures with six television cameras. Jubiliant scientists said the critiral turn-in-space maneuver of the frve-foot in diameter i probe was performed with things as a huge tinker toy, was launched Tuesday from Cape Kennedy. The Sea of Clouds is located on the sunlit face of the moon, with impact due after transmission, o photographs. support Goldwater and would run his own campaign for re- election in Pennsylvania inde- pendently of the national ticket. "'I'm a moderate and I'm leaders declared after Wednes-j It added: "Senublicafis are at America is at hand-let us all' Republj- arise to join it.'' ,'can effort in all the 50 states very pleased and gratified" at proud of it.'- Scott said. A statement issued by Senate: the District of Columbia toward party unitvl He said he would have fur-iGOP Leader Everett 5.1. Dirk-'will be achieved" [since the national conventionjther statements after studying sen and House Republican! The was held in Hal- ui San Francisco. Goldwater's views and confer-: Leader Charles A. Halieck said'leek's office" on Capitol Hill Rllf" 4- "D Tin ii-itlm A ___i- _ t Election-Year Mood T j _i. ,3 Hill ring with the four other the cooling-off period'One purpose was to agree on dates who are running always follows a hotly'the exact wording of the wide with him in Pennsylvania, contested political conventionfment the Indiana The Republican set in." land jnouse, in an election y imnnri x-ntorf 388 tn S WoHr, House Votes To Increase Social Security Benefits mood. voted 388 to 8 Wednes- Ask Delay In Rallies By Negroes NEW YORK (UPI) Negro leaders of major civil rights groups meeting in "summit" session Wednesday called upon their members to curtail mass demonstrations until after the November elections and work for the defeat of Sen. Barry Goldwater. toe Republican Della :_i__i- XQlorairs -firx-i- Better Armed Than Ever Steady Viet Red Buildup Seen SAIGOX, Yiet Nam A U. S. military spokesman Wednesday reported a steady buildup of regular Viet Cong forces to a new high and said the Communist rebels were bet- ter armed than ever before. The disclosure came as U.S. Ambassador Maxwell D. Tay- lor flew to the Communist-in- idential candidate Saigon for his first on- risen to between 28.000 and'bers of new units, one-third of full-time soldiers as com-1 whose ranks were fiUed I j Morgan Co. Rents Voting Machines whether Johnson would put his weight behind a compromise plan to attach health benefits day to increase Social the bill in the Senate, ty benefits by 5 billion and! Only a smattering of opposi- te broaden the program by tion to the bill cropped up in bringing in an additional 600'- the House debate, which was .000 persons j conducted Firemen, policemen and self- a rare atmo- to the program. I The increases would be paid ifor by boosting the payroll tax w OVJ.V4J.t-i .3 V.UHI j l VVci C 1111 t-tl pared to previous estimates from Communist North! McCONNELSVlLLE Mor-irate frora 3-625 Per cenf to 3.3 nnn tn A.-Qm isan Countv will matrh thoiper cent in 1965. The measure I Viet Nam number! He explained that because 23.000 to 27.000. was in addition to the estimat- replacements, transfers and! ed 60.000 to 80.000 part-time guerrillas who support the reg- ulars in the war against the government forces. ies it would be difficult to apply this ratio to the total Viet Cong strength. But he con-j i ceded it probably would be cor- County will match of its returns in the Nov.! general election with any county m the area. It'll be using voting machines. The Board of Elections has passed a resolution to rent the machines for all 24 voting JJ. Pickle, Joe R. Pool and Wal- ter Rogers, all Texas Demo- crats, and Reps. Ralph F. Beer- mann. R-Neb., Ed Foreman, R- Tex., August E. Johansen, R- Mich.. James B. Utt, R-Calif., would increase the i yearly in.come from ..the first and Donald C. Bruce. R-Ind. to the first In one respect the election-! year raise for 20 million bene-i ficiaries was a defeat for Pres-! The legislation would liberal- ize retirement benefits for wid- ows and the aged, and add to the Social Security program self employed physicians and firemen and policemen. The main provision is a 5 per cent cost-of-living increase ia all old age, disability and sur- vivor benefits. Under the bill, a pensioner now getting the present maxi- mum a month would re- ceive Eventually, this would rise to because the measure also would broad- en the wage base used in figur- ing pensions. south of The spokesman noted thatirect to estimate'that a total of for 24 voting ident Johnson because it did! i-site in-weapons captured from thej about 10.000 infiltrators -1 machme for not include his medicare plan, issumingiCommunists recently mdudedithe Communist north had en-! e provide health insurance for! WEDNESDAYS TEMPERATURES ied-esday's High ....................S Low Western Power Plans Approved By Johnson ispection trip since assuming'Communists recently includedithe Communist north had en-i ueaiin insurance Our own estimate of thejhis post earher this month. 'more and more modern equip-jtered South Viet Nam machines to be'the aged under Social Security.1 jpresent situation is that it pre-i iiiliiarv sources reported a'ment a-nd fewer homemade'1959. r, THP 'Ptrfciptmn jsents such a serious threat to-major Viet Cong assault on a arms He said the increased P h the mathines oeing now goes ro, 1 of regulars were mem-'- rffh final tabulation for where "medi-i WASHINGTON' through power ine L .S. Specia. Forces i precinct is expected within ?are is expected to arise dent Johnson approved plansjin 50 vears. ;troops m Viet Nam are ex-1seconds after the polls close, it one form or another. Five; Wednesday for pubbc and pri-i The'lntenor ipectea to their present! was stated. Democrats on the Senate Fi-jvate development of a S697 that 1 six-montn tour of duty extended; One representative from which williijon electric power f ft liVt 1   It ..as not known. -under larger supply would be the iarge-t elec-! The P3an approved by John- conceived ;n thi da-ry nonue! are Cmcsinat; SS- ?-Trj  T-e federal -hare of the keynote their national convcn Prf' identsai nominee M The KennecK uon and rejecied for the Goldwater that he meet Presi- in 1960 were made e v. ent any p-ans ior a Johnson- dent -Johnson in national TV a congressional GoWwater television debate debates similar to the Kennedy- pending the "equal time' law or 40 sxr of the. during the election campaign. which allows of The inxestment 'is to bei _ Goldwater said Tuesday he'nor parties equal The cnorce of Sen. John 0. was "ready, willing and to that given the major Pastore. D-R I., as the keynote, to debate Johnson. 'candidates. A similar resolution Youth Drowns speaker highlighted the start of, White House Press Secretary forma! planning for the Demo- George E. Reedy read pub- for this campaign has passed' both houses of Congress as well' LORAIN (LTD The Coast! xyt.nu- i... ivccuj. txjui nouses or congress as well i-un.Ai.i (un; me Luasi! craiir convention which opens, hshed statements by Goldwaterias a House-Senate conference 'Guard called off its search .Aug. 24 in Atlantic City The. made earlier this that it committee but not been' Wednesday for the body of former Rhode Island j' might be kind of dangerous" i brought up for final action Richard Muska. 16 'who governor is known m the Sen- to involve the President of the Reedy wouid not in Lake Erie while ate as a "real shouter'1 who is (United States in such debates. merciless in debate. MC nic Hul quite uenam JOHN PASTORE while members of the conven- what he Keedy said of "We are not quite certain whether President Johnson i swimming Tuesday. The search: would ask any action on thei was to resume when rough! measure. I water subsided- DON'T HIDE YOUR HIDE-A-BED! T-e 7 Recorder! crri.-. or.. ?H DIAL 452-4561 "THE WANT AD XCMBEB" Asl cbout oar 10 diy with   

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