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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - October 26, 1964, Dover, Ohio Better Photography ... A Mark Of Reporter Quality The Daily Reporter HOME EDITION i«/s=svV. VOL 61. NO. 90.    22    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Monday, October 26, 1964 •-rn* Serving Over 11,000 Families PHONE 4-2167    7    CENTS Seven Major US. Space Launchings Set In November Last Unmanned Gemini Capsule On Schedule By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) — Seven major launchings, Including two Project Mariner spacecraft ticketed for Mars are scheduled next month at Cape Kennedy. Late in November, the space agency plans to launch a Project Gemini capsule on a final unmanned flight to qualify It for manned missions scheduled to begin early next year. Other shots on the schedule are orbital development flights of the Centaur and Titan 3A space rockets; the Tiros 9 weather satellite, and a radiation-sensing Explorer scientific satellite. The first Mariner - Mars launching is set for Nov. 4. The second could be fired as early as two days later, depending on how well No. I fares. November marks one of the rare occasions when Mars is in position to receive an unmanned visitor from earth. The next opportunity will be in December 1966. Each Mariner payload is to travel about 350 million miles in 8^-month journeys to Mars. During 30-minute fly-bys within 10.000 miles of the planet, each Is to snap "0 television pictures and gather scientific data. The launchings will be the most difficult attempted by unmanned U.S. spacecraft. Jack N. James, Mariner project manager for the Space Agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, says there is a better than 50 per cent chance that at least one of the craft will succeed. The unmanned Gemini flight has been delayed numerous squadron    of    15    B52 times because of technical and I nuclear bombers on weather reasons. The Titan 2 0f Guam    —    within    about    2,000    long-range    B52s    have    been    de- booster rocket twice was re- miles of    Red    China,    it    was    ployed    overseas. The    other    600 UF TABULATING TEAM. The 4-man auditing team is hoping there will be more reports like Atty. Richard Hanhart's (second from left) at Tuesday's third report meeting of the Dover-New Philadelphia United Fund campaign. Hanhart, chairman of the Attorneys Division, turned in 120 per cent of his goal at last Friday's meeting, with more to come. To expedite tabulating pledges and cash donations, an auditing team was put to work for this year's drive. They are: Charles S. Cool (left), campaign treasurer; John Davis of the National Bank of Dover; John Hurst of the Ohio Savings and Trust Co. and Edward Wise of the Reeves Banking Si Trust Co. Tuesday's report meeting will be at noon in Union Country Club. Joseph Dragovich, general chairman, is hopeful for a "good session" to make up a lag in contributions. An all-out push will be needed to top the $111,502 goal by Thursday. STANDBY! U.S. Jet Nuclear Bombers Close In' On Red China By FRED S. HOFFMAN land carry much more of an WASHINGTON (AP) — The’atomic wallop than the B47s. United States has posted a I The B52s also fly faster and heavy jet!higher. the island^ This is the first time that the packing explosive equivalents of 24 million tons of TNT. Furthermore, B52s are fitted to launch Hound Dog missiles. These nuclear-headed missiles can blast ground targets more than 500 miles from their moth- 'Copter Crash In Maneuvers Kills 9 Marines HUELVA, Spain (AP)-Nine U.S. maries died today in the blazing wreckage of two H34 helicopters which collided and crashed while participating in massive U.S.-Spanish amphibious, maneuvers near here. The helicopters, with scores of similar craft from the invasion fleet offshore, were preparing to land in the drop area along a rocky escapment when they collided at an altitude of about 800 feet. Both caught fire and were burning furiously when they hit the rocky hill. Twelve Marines aboard the two machines managed to make their way out of the flames and a 13th was rescued badly injured. Other Marines already landed from the ship-to-shore helicopters assisted the survivors and tried to remove the dead before fire engulfed both craft. The crash occurred as Marine and Navy helicopters were engaged in a more than 1,300-sortie transfer of “invasion troops to shore as part of a 30,000 man U.S.-Spanish force. The dead Marines, all from the 2nd U.S. Marine Division, were not immediately identified. A fleet of 120 ships, most of them from the United States, and 50,000 men were involved in the operation. The exercise will continue for 20 days. Unrest 'Challenges' New Soviet Chiefs rn moved from its launch pad be- learned today. i heavy jets are stationed in the er bombers. cause of hurricanes, and several I The unpublicized move, made I United States, half of them on weeks delay resulted when the last spring, places the 15 B52s* “runway alert” and ready for rocket was damaged by light- about 5,000 miles closer to Com- takeoff within 15 minutes. munist China than when they! N# addJtiona, B52s are sched uled for overseas deployment tong. The Titan 2 is to propel a fully equipped spacecraft 2.000 miles    ^uau.u,.    »cm    (hj th Air Force sajd down the Atlantic range to.replaces a unit of older medium AsJed the reason for sending check all systems, and re-entry | et B47 bombers. BHS have at (he B52s Guam (he Air See GEMINI, Page  least twice the striking range. Force sajd purpose is "to more effectively utilize the air-craft.” The type of B52 stationed on Guam has an effective operating range of more than 6,000 miles with the fuel it carries in its own tanks. Refueled by aerial tankers, the eight-jet B52s can extend Johnson Brush In ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -President Johnson got a big welcome in Florida today as he swung into a tour of Southern were based in the United States. The squadron sent to Guam Beating Florida police had to strain their backs against an enthusiastic crowd to I get Johnson into his hotel for an the‘r ran8es by thousands of overnight stop in'Orlando. I" F ,.h    can carrv a brace of states where    backers of    Repub-1 Miami, officers became violent j Each BK a    to bean Barry    Coldwater    claim as they struggled to extricate |J® tis    arsenal    -    weapons considerable    strength.    jthe President from web wish-l,he u !>'    arsenal    weapons Many thousands lined a four-1 asmile motorcade route through; Johnson calid his Florida re-Orlando and crowded into adeption wonderful — “I haven’t To confuse enemy defenses, B52s can fire off decoy missiles called Quail. The 13-foot-long Quail flies at B52 speeds and altitudes, producing a “blip” on enemy radar similar to that made by an actual B52. The Air Force gradually has been retiring its aging B47s. A one-time fleet of about 1,400 of the six-jet craft has been reduced to about 400 planes. Moving Day! I The editorial departments is in the process of occupy- | ing renovated quarters on J the second floor of The J Daily Reporter. Among the Ii I changes involved is the \ moving of telephone lines.; If you had difficulty con-: tacting the news department today we apologize. The I changeover is expected to f .... be finished Tuesday with all j§ department facilities sched-; I uled for completion this f week, along with relocation: of advertising and circula- j tion departments on the first \ floor. ss ;     '    a MOSCOW (AP) — The Kremlin’s 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 Khrushchev. Khrushchev’s successors announced they had conferred with the Communist chiefs of Poland as Red delegations from France, Austria and Italy converged on the Soviet capital to find out why Khrushchev was dumped as premier and Communist chief and what lies ahead. Reports circulated in Moscow that Mikhail A. Suslov, the top Communist theoretician who led the attack on Khrushchev, has been hospitalized with kidney Deliberations Seek To Quiet Criticism Over Khru's Ouster trouble and a recurrence of tuberculosis. Some non-Commu-nist observers suggested his illness might be primarily political. Communist party First Secretary Leonid I. Brezhnev and Premier Alexei N. Kosygin traveled to the Polish border to confer with Polish Communist party chief Wladyslaw Gomul-ka, and Premier Josef Cyrank-iewicz. The Soviet news agency Tass said the meeting took place “the other day” at the border town of Bielovezh Push-cha. A delegation of the French Communist party, which has declared it wants to know the truth about Khrushchev’s fate, arrived in Moscow over the weekend. An Austrian Red mission arrives today and representatives of the big Italian party are expected Tuesday. Hungary’s Communist party echoed the Kremlin position Sunday with criticism of “regrettable mistakes” during See UNREST, Page 6 Dover Vandalism Reports On Rise Dover police are continuing investigation into the smashing of a large plate glass window at the Propane Gas Co. on W. 3rd St. Ext. They said the vandalism oc curred between 5 p.m. Saturday and IO Sunday morning. Robert McCulloch of 427 4th St. NW, New Philadelphia, re ported to police Saturday afternoon that someone had ripped wires from the motor of his auto and destroyed the fuel pump while it was parked near Dover High. An Ashland man, Hencil Dee- Humphrey's Role Worries Coldwater shopping center parking lot where Johnson began the day’s j’ five-city campaign tour. Sheriff Dave Starr estimated 100,000 turned out to see the President. The people were orderly and decidedly friendly and there was nothing like the unruly mob scenes which Johnson encoun tered Sunday in Miami. The President, in his Orlando speech, promised “a new charter of opportunity for older Americans.” Florida is a haven for tens of thousands of retired people. Secret Service agents and seen a sourpuss all day”—but into vocal Coldwater supporters at every stop. Johnson aimed his campaign today at Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. In his text for an outdoor audience at Orlando, Johnson said a major choice of the Nov. 2 Temporary Policemen Are Named At Phila Two ON THE INSIDE Dear Abby...................I® Your Horoscope..............21 Around The World ........... 6 Goren On Bridge.............21 Obituaries....................2 Television.................. Sports ..................... Women’s Pages .............8-9 Dr. Crane....................JI Dr. Alvarez..................19 3 election involves the future of Davis, older Americans Harking back to a Coldwater campaign speech in Florida, Johnson said: “The issue was clearly drawn in this state. Programs to protect older people against the crushing costs of illness were attacked. The entire Social Security system — supported by every president of both parties — has been threatened.” DAY BRIGHTENER Sign in showroom of foreign car dealer: “Demonstration rides in your living room.” Doverite Cited In Philo Crash Kenneth E. Immel, 30, of 1031 Crater Ave., Dover, was cited this morning by New Philadelphia police for failure to yield right-of-way. Immel, turning south from rear of the General Telephone Co. parking lot onto an unnamed alley, struck a vehicle operated by Edward Fondriest, 41, of 213 Fuhr St., Dennison. The Fondriest auto, in turn, was pushed into a parked automobile owned by Glen ll. Rosier of 1509 Chestnut St., Dover. new patrolmen, Virgil 29, of 210 2nd St. NW and David Limbaugh, 22, of 1023 12th St. NW, today were appointed to 90-day temporary duty with the New Philadelphia police force. They will fill vacancies created by resignations in the last 2 months. The temporary appointments were made because New Philadelphia currently does not have a Civil Service eligibility list to draw from. Davis and Limbaugh will continue in their duties until such time as dates for a competitive examination are set, not to exceed their 90-day trial period. Davis, an Air Force, veteran, attended Gnadenhutten High, is married and the father of 3 children. He formerly has been employed at ALSCO in Gnadenhutten, General Electric Co. in Dover and Montgomery Ward. A 1960 graduate of New Philadelphia High, Limbaugh is a member of the Naw Reserve. He is married and the father of 3 children. By WALTER R. MEARS SALISBURY, Md. (AP) -Sen. Barry Coldwater, keynoting the windup week of his presidential campaign, told a Maryland crowd today he is “scared stiff” at the prospect of Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey ever becoming president. Coldwater said also that President Johnson is looking for what Coldwater called a mandate for socialism. The Republican presidential nominee aimed much of his fire at Humphrey, the Democratic vice presidential contender, as he did Saturday in Texas. Coldwater said flatly Johnson “is not doing the job of the president in either world affairs or on the domestic scene.” Coldwater said both Hum- mwvsm Have Yours? With sale of tickets limited to 1,200, readers are reminded today that only 3 days remain in which to obtain them for “An Evening With Dr. Crane.” The noted psychologist-psy-chiatrist, whose column appears daily in The Reporter, will speak Thursday night in Dover High Auditorium. Tickets are available at The Reporter business office and also are being sold by members of the Business Sc Professional Women’s Club and Twig 2 of Union Hospital Auxiliary. Those wanting to be assured of seats should obtain their tickets in advance. If any remain they wall be sold at the door. phrey and Johnson want a planned economy. “Now, I don’t care how you spell this thing out,” Coldwater said. “When you control the economy, you are in a socialized economy,” 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 Center. Police estimated the Salisbury turnout at a little over 5,000; Republicans put it at 7,000. Coldwater said the voters should keep vice presidential choices in mind when they make their decision a week from Tuesday. Coldwater said he and his running mate, Rep. William E. Miller, agree on a conservative philosophy, and the New York congressman could carry on the work of a GOP administration. “I’m not worried about Bill Miller,” he said. “But I’m See WORRIES, Page 2 Uh'ville Police Get 2 Vandalisms UHRICHSVILLE - Two vandalisms were reported to police Saturday. Greg Bear of 231 Mc-Crea Ave., Dennison, reported that someone had broken left rear window of his auto while it was parked in the 300 block of N. Water St. at 11:40 p.m. Frank Matthus of 328 N. Uhr-ich St., reported that a window had been broken on his property at E. 6th St. at 8:10 p.m. 2 Workers Die In Explosions By ED STAATS ORANGE, Tex. (AP) — A series of gas explosions rocked two of a string of six petrochemical plants near this southeast Texas oil city Sunday. Two workers were killed and 17 injured, only one seriously. Ruptures in pipelines carrying highly volatile gas apparently caused the blasts, but company officials said they were unrelated. Neither firm shares any facilities. The first explosion ripped the Spencer Chemical Co. plant after a leak developed in a line carrying highly volatile ethylene gas under a pressure of 25,-000 pounds per square inch. Gas fogging the area ignited and the shock broke windows at Bridge City, five miles distant. Flames soared 150 feet high and were visible 25 miles to the west at Beaumont. “The whole roof of the building just came off,” one man said. Sixteen of 26 men working the night shift at Spencer suffered burns, cuts from flying glass and debris, and shock. A company clock was jarred to a standstill at 7:30 p.m. About three hours later, a series of perhaps five explosions injured three men at the nearby AUied Chemical Co., when an See WORKERS, Page I ver, told officers Saturday that an antenna was broken off his car while it was parked at Memorial Hall. Breaking of a window in a workshop was reported Saturday night by Mrs. George Harvey of 914 Walnut St. She also reported a prowler around the home. Dave Haney of 301 E. Sling-luff Ave. was reported at 9:57 Saturday night that a glass in the front door of his home had been broken by vandals. Reports of Halloweeners soaping windows also dotted the police report. Officers at 8:10 Sunday night talked to the parents of 3 youths who had cursed a Prospect St. resident while Halloweening. A Cross St. resident complained Sunday night that Halloweeners for 3 nights had been throw ing stones on his porch. A Dover Ave. woman told po lice Saturday afternoon that Halloweeners have broken windows at their property. She said they also threw apples in the garage. % Weathervane SATURDAY High 54    Low    28 YESTERDAY High 64    Low    28 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear 66    35 Chicago, cloudy .... 74    53 Cleveland, cloudy . 70    44 Los Angeles, cloudy 69    61    .. Miami, cloudy  78    76    .. New York, clear ... 64    52    .. Pittsburgh, clear .. 66    42    .. theist. Louis, cloudy ... 77    46    .. San Fran., cloudy . 57    55    .. Washington, clear . 67    41    .. TODAY 7 a.m..............33 RAINFALL Last 48 hours . None TOMORROW High 70    Low    45 Forecast: Cloudy with showers. Deputies Find 2 Of 3 Stolen Area Vehicles Three stolen vehicle reports were registered with sheriff deputies last weekend. Within hours after the original reports were filed, deputies had recovered 2. Velma Albright of RD 3, Carrollton, reported her automobile was taken Saturday at 12:24 a.m. from downtown Dennison. At 5:03 a.m. it was found on County Road 63, minus 2 rear wheels. Harold L. Davis of RD I, Gnadenhutten, reported the theft of his 2-wheel trailer at 3:08 a.m uties the trailer in a creek bed approximately 200 yards from the Davis residence. Grace Ash of 117 N. Tuscarawas Ave., Dover, said she abandoned her 1953 automobile early Sunday morning on Interstate 77, a mile south of Strasburg, when it ran out of gas. When she returned for it Sunday afternoon it had been stolen. Honey Hunter Smokes Bees, 5 Acres, Too DUNDEE—An attempt to satisfy a sweet tooth literally backfired here yesterday afternoon. In fact, the misadventure was still going strong this morning. Someone tried to rustle some honey from a tree by smoking out the bees. The tree and about 5 acres of woods went up in smoke. The tree was located on Muskingum Conservancy District land, 2 miles northwest of here off County Road 62. The blaze also spread onto the Ralph and Bert Silvius farms, consuming a quarter of an acre of standing com. Division of Forestry firefighters, with the aid of Wayne Township volunteers, were called to the scene around 4 p.m. and battled the blaze for 4 hours. Several firemen were back on the job this morning after the fire rekindled. Vernon Bauders, an MCD employe and also a champion chain sawer, went into action and felled the honey tree, but the wind-driven fire had already gained the dry woods. Investigation into the blaze is continuing. James Lenox, forestry division chief at New Philadelphia, said there were 18 fires consuming 206 acres in the district over the weekend. A 100-acre tract went up in smoke in Jefferson County. No damage estimate has been set. Gundy Tract Annexation Given Okay County Commissioners today approved the annexation to Midvale of the Leo Gundy industrial site covering 17 tracts of land on Routes 250-8, southwest of the village. The property occupies the Sunday. It took dep- site of the former Royal Plant only 16 minutes ^to^ find of Robinson Clay Products Co. parts of it lie within Goshen, Mill and Warwick townships, abutting Midvale. Gundy had filed petitions for the annexation on Aug. 17. At the public hearing today, the only question raised was by Warwick Township Trustees, who were assured that the railroad in the area was not included in the annexed property, but lies adjacent. an- sin- 76 Tickets Remain For 'My Fair Lady' Little Theatre officials nounced today there are 6 .. gle seats remaining for Saturday night and 70 for Friday night, for the additional 2 performances of “My Fair Lady.” Reservations may be made by calling 5-5555 from I to 3 and 6 to 9 p.m. Youth Is Arrested Oris Haney, 19, of RD 4, New Philadelphia, was arrested by sheriff deputies Sunday for disorderly conduct and disturbing Ave. the peace. He posted $50 bond. Ave. Water Shutoffs Set In Twin Cities DENNISON — Supt. Arthur Brandy berry announced today that water will be shut off in 2 areas in the Twin Cities Tuesday for repair of fire hydrants. Between 3:30 and 9:30 a.m., water will be shut off on Uhr-ich St. from 3rd to 6th St., the 300 block on the northside of E. 5th St. and 315 and 316 E. 6th St. In Dennison, water will be shut off from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., on Gardner Ave., and Miller from Jewett to Gardner ;

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