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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - October 17, 1964, Dover, Ohio innM rn mm \; I Ashland 30 § Dennison 36 I Fairless 33 | Nc'town 22 | Warren "ITI I New Philo I l» mmm mm 12 | Strasburg 28 I Uh'ville H 8 I 3 Rivers I 14 Alliance 14 I The Daily Reporter VOL. 61. NO. 83.    48    PAGES. Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, October 17, 1964 7 CENTS Sisters Convicted Of Killing 80 Girls SAN FRANCISCO DEL RINCON, Mexico (AP) — Two sisters were found guilty Friday of slaying at least 80 girls in the operation of a white slave ring in central Mexico. The sisters, Delfina Gonzalez Valenzuela, 56, and Maria de Jesus Gonzalez Valenzuela, 39, were given the maximum sentence, 40 years in prison. Several hundred persons gath ered in front of the court house in this small, isolated town as Judge Timeteo Lozano pronounced his verdict. The trial began last January and brought forth details of starvation, beatings and death. Nineteen other persons were convicted of being members of the ring and given sentences ranging from I to 35 yars. The prosecution contended the ring had been operating for at least IO years and the girls who were slain had tried to resist discipline. The Gonzalez Valenzuela sisters admitted operating houses of prostitution but denied guilt for the deaths. At least 21 bodies had been discovered by the time the trial began. China Blast Confirmed ELECTION SURVEY. Members of the Dover High American Problems seminar class, taught by Clifford Blair, turned political pollsters yesterday and today as they questioned the man-on-the-street (and women) on their political views. Cindy Wendling (left) and Karen Mcllvaine are shown quizzing Rev. Clayton Stouffer of Mineral City. Some of the questions asked are: Do you plan to vote? For whom will you vote for President? Would you vote for additional taxes to improve salaries and conditions of the Dover police? For whom will you vote for U. S. Senator? Do you favor the administration's position on Civil Rights? There also are some rather embarrassing questions to some, such as who is the governor, secretary of defense, how many senators from Ohio and number of amendments to the Constitution. Ohio Is Focal Point Of No. 1 Campaigners By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — President Johnson swept through Cincinnati and Dayton Friday night in a whirlwind campaign tour that lasted only a little over 4*4 hours. Johnson’s plane landed at 4:30 p.m. at Greatec Cincinnati Airport and after a speech in, downtown Government Square he took off for Dayton, where he addressed a huge crowd at Third and Main Streets. By 9:05 p.m., the President was on his way back to Washington. Johnson told a big, noisy crowd that turned downtown Dayton, Ohio, into a Democratic rally Friday night that he wants the votes of those who believe in See JOHNSON, Page IC DAY BRIGHTENER Father to teenage son: You whistle at the girls and you’ll do it once too often — like I did.” By W. B. RAGSDALE JR. Associated Press Staff Writer MANSFIELD, Ohio (AP) — Sen. Barry Coldwater, barnstorming across Ohio, asked a cheering crowd today “do you want one man’s thumb on your country, or do you want yours?” In his first stop on a second swing through the state he has labeled a key to victory Nov. 3 the Repub I i c a n presidential nominee launched into an attack on President Johnson for grabbing too much power. He called the Democratic philosophy of government the “one-man, one-thumb idea.” Two weeks ago Gold water made a whistle-stop tour across Ohio. His other stops today were at Akron, Canton and Youngstown. As the Arizona senator reached the center of town he was greeted by almost as many LBJ signs as Coldwater signs. But the reception from the crowd, estimated by police at 4,000, was noisy and friendly. Coldwater defended himself See GOLDWATER, Page IC By JOHN RODERICK TOKYO (AP) — Communist China crashed the world’s nuclear power circle Friday by exploding its first nuclear device. The blast was confirmed in Washington by President Johnson. In a broadcast statement, Johnson described the test as “low yield.” He said “its military significance should not be over-estimated.” The President said the United States is prepared to respond to any calls from non - Communist neighbors of China for help against threats or aggression. In^a broadcast by the New China News Agency, Peking declared:    “China    exploded    an atom bomb at 1500 hours (2 Man Is Charged In Dover Crash Fred P. Whittaker, 55, of New Lexington was arrested by Dover police early today for driving while under the influence of alcohol after the trailer hitch of his auto caught on the bumper of another car on N. Tuscarawas Ave. Whittaker, whq is staying at a Strasburg motel, was later released on a $106 bond pending an appearance today before Mayor C. LeMoyne Luthy. Slight damage was listed. a.m. EST) on October 16, 1964, and thereby conducted successfully its first nuclear test. “This is a major achievement of the Chinese people in their struggle to increase their national defense capability and oppose the U.S. imperialist pol icy of nuclear blackmail and nuclear threats. “China is forced to conduct nuclear tests and nuclear weapons.” The statement said China wants all nations to agree to See CHINESE, Page 14 Told To Solve 'Problem' Mrs. Smythe Given 5 Years Probation Former Mill Township Clerk Mrs. Josephine Smythe was placed on 5 years’ probation today, with the condition that she should secure employment and cure her drinking problem. The 48-year-old woman, who pleaded guilty to embezzling $329 from township funds, first hedged when Common Pleas Judge Raymond Rice asked her to submit voluntarily to a cure for her “problem.” “No, I have no problem that I can’t overcome myself,” Mrs. Smythe declared and asked the court for a chance to prove herself. When Rice questioned her about her drinking, she said she drank “just sociably.” I can take it or leave it alone, just sociably, trying to have a .. nn mmmmmm mm On The Inside....* Security Council Goes Into Session..........Page    2 Wilson Begins Government Formation ...... Page    3 New Philadelphia School News ............ Page    11 Photo Finishes That Made Week That Was .... Page 12 Funnier Facts From The Week's News........Page    13 Culinary Corner: Mrs. Grace Blickensderfer .... Page 18 Wonderful Life: Rev. Cledith Hefner ...... Page    24 Indians To Remain In Cleveland .....  Page    37 bit of pleasure after having a rather hectic life,” she said. She also insisted there were “no friends who were the sources of her problem.” On her first refusal, Rice told her, “You don’t want to change your way of life,” and got her to admit that the help given See SMYTHE, Page 16 •JE: I Around The World .......... 14 Hospital News .............. 35 Obituaries .................... 33 Television ............ 19    to    22 Sports ................ 37    to    43 Women’s Pages ........ 8    St    9 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 78    Low    41 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Albuquerque, clear 78 51 Chicago, clear ..... 65    55 Cleveland, cloudy ..71 41 Los Angeles, clear . 77 64 Miami, clear ...... 84    70 New York, clear .. 76 59 Pittsburgh, cloudy 79 53 St. Louis, clear .... 79 43 San Fran., clear ... 70 56 Washington, rain .. 68 60 TODAY 7 a.m................42    | RAINFALL    i Last 24 Hours .... None ] TOMORROW    I Sunrise............6:40    j Sunset.............5:41 High 78    Low    48 Forecast: Partly cloudy and mild, becoming cooler. 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