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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1964, Dover, Ohio Graves Found At Childrens Home Markings of 2 small tfravpe uujut Markings of 2 small graves were uncovered yesterday af ternoon on the former County Childrens Home While county officials oth er interested observers watch a grader from the County Road and Bridge Department carefully scraped top soil from an area which had been pointed out by Emfi home er from 1940 to and other as the spot where a number of children from the home had been buried prior to World War Yesterdays search was con ducted under the sutoervMon ol the county on were Prosecutor Hai Ian James Stephen son and Architect Jtomes representatives of the Community Improvement which recently purchased ground at the Alter approximately an hours careful traces of rot ted wood and nails were discov Careful digging with a shovel began to oitline clearly the rectangular shape of what seemed to observers might be the remains of a small Commissioners ordered more soil removed In and other evidence kind Was Commis sioners then ordered the area marked off and rerouted the THE DAILY REPORTER the vicinity of the same path of the lane in which the graves were Yesterdays discovery termi nated a 3week investigation which began after excavations had started on the plot which the OIC liad purchased for erection of a pilot plant for See Page 14 Doverites Burned Out The Salvation Army today is sued an appeal for clothing and furniture for the 9member Cot trell Moore family of 516 Depot which lost practically all of its possessions in a latemorninig fire The gutted owned by Josephine BracHy of is insured but the Moores did not have who is employed by Republic Steel in Massil and his family are staying with a CM a in that city until another Dover residence can be A long distance operator re ceived the fire call from an un identified She reported it to the New Philadelphia Fire Department which then notified Dover firemen by The blaze appar ntly started DoverNew March 1964 44 7 GENTS Ruby Jurors Deliberating Is Great Day For Ida Hawk in a My was sick and home from Moore He thinks a ciga dropped in the couch earli smoldered for a while and finally ignited the The family was unable to save any Those desiring to help the Moores with furniture and wearing apparel may call the Salvation DALLAS AP The jury in Jack Rubys murder trial re turned to the courtroom at CST today after break fast and was ready to begin deliberating his Election of a foreman was the first order of as Judge Joe Brown instructed the urors when the court re cessed at this morn The conference room where the jurors when the court re cide the verdict in the historic case is just off the main court connected with it by a door behind the judges Ruby sat through five hours of arguments Friday un movhvg and with a face like a Ruby killed Lee Harvey Os wald in the Dallas police station Oswald was accused of Uhville Police Charge Motorist UHRICHSVILLE Police cit ed Charles of 113 Welch Dennison for unsafe operation after his auto struck a power breaking it when he failed to make the turn at the Trenton bridge to day at At police said an auto driven by Lin nie of 518 3rd struck one driven by Alma of 118 McCook who was attempt ing to pull from the curb on Both are from Denni ON THE INSIDE assassinating President John Rubys defense is temporary In the jury not only determines guilt or innocence it also fixes the extent of the Ruby faces death in the elec tric chair if the jurors decide on the maximum Four prosecution attorneys in the grinding night asked for the death The other possible sentences run from two years to life in the A prison sai if five years or could be During the final fivehour ses sion in a jampacked courtroom all but a few specta tors remained to the Henry Wade and his three aides said American jus tice is on By Corinne Eckert Daily Reporter Staff Writer There have been many trials and tribulations in the 70plus yeans Ida Hawk of has But this is one of the most won derful and memorable days the Stone Greek Valley native has She is at Uni versity where a Edna Belle will be among liliose receiving diplomas at com mencement Now it isnt so unusual to have a married daughter graduating from college in this partic ular its very Studer is 44 years old and her already is a teacher Hold your because theres more of the Todays commencement will be the ninth time Hawk has seen children graduate from col lege You can attribute that to a vow she made when a very young went to school only 8 her like so many mothers of that believing it wasnt neces sary for a girl to school But Ida resolved have a high that if she ever had any children they would have all the education she want ed so very Now you can uncerstand why this is a day of suns nine for Her late who died 7 years to finish high school and so he also had a role iii their chil drens desire for higher educa He used to tell hi was unable sons Ive worked hand all my life and may lose my job Get an get a shingle to hang out and youll never lose it and no one can ever take it away from How many shingles have re sulted from that advice the children comprise 2 2 an altorn 2 teachers who is a pharm and todays i dental See IDA 14 The World 11 Goren On 16 Hospital News Obituaries Sports to 37 Television 17 to 21 Womens Pages GJ Tigers Losej Tourneys 33 j To Declare Disaster Area 7 Action Eases Cyprus Crisis 6 j Dover High Science 4 Photos 13j Snyder Quits Caraway Post SUGARCREEK Glenn Sny head football and basket ball coach at Garaway High has resigned effective at the end of Iflie present school year to accept a position as di rector of admissions and dean of men at Bluffton College his alma who started an 11 man football program at Gara way 3 years was graduated by Girard High in 1954 and from Bluffton in Garaway com peted in varsity football for the first time in 1963 and posted a 271 winning its final 2 The 196364 basketball team won 12 and dropped IDA HAWK AND PICTURES OF HER 9 CHILDREN Weathervane YESTERDAY High 50 Low 37 Elsewhere In High Low clear 54 18 rain 60 54 rain 51 41 Los clear 64 48 clear 78 75 New cloudy 37 M cloudy 48 37 rain 73 53 San clear 55 48 clear 53 38 TODAY 7 48 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 48 Low 40 Forecast Partly cloudy
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