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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Better Photography A Mark Of Reporter Quality 20 HOME EDITION largest Circolation n Tnsearawas County DoverNew March 1964 Serving Over PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Police Seeking lues In Slaying Easter Parade Braved Freeze Dover police obtained a earch warrant this morning in heir investigation of the killing f Milton Eugene f Wooster Adam chneider whose body was uncovered at last night n a shallow grave inside a barn n the adjoining Streb Tuscarawas County Coroner hilip Doughten said death was aused by blows to the head rom a blunt He dded that the autopsy showed a large quantity of alcohol in is Swongers body was discover d 10 hours after his bloodspat ered pickup truck was found in he barn on a tip from a neigh jor The Streb farm is on he west side of Route south Battered Body Of Swonger Found In Shallowed Earth of the Parral The grave was located against the wall in the southwest cor ner of the apparently unused It was about 2 feet Police said the grave was cov ered with approximately 35 steel irrigation pipes that had been stored The truck had been parked upstairs and the body apparent ly was either dropped down a hay chute or dragged outside and then down to the grave Officers this morning talked with James Crago but he could volunteer no Chief Groh said at noon that the murder weapon has not been located and we have no sus On the scene were 5 or 6 Do ver Juvenile Officer Harry Fisher and other uniden tified Police were in many re in regard to the investi gation of the apparent the first in Dover for several i A search tor Swonger began1 late Saturday night after his Earl Steiner of RD notified sheriff deputies that he had been miss ing since Friday Steiner said Swonger dropped off his at his farm Friday and was to have picked her up again later that A neighbor boy told Swonger their truck was parked inside the Streb barn and she notified Police impounded the truck and have the Streb property under guard and off limits to all while hey comb the area for clues to the Chief Garrison Groh this about 14 hours after the body was told re porters only that death was other than natural and no other details were You know as much about it as we he Occupants of the Streb farm arc Donald and Eva but they could not See POLICE Page 2 Glenn Retires Political Ambition ABOVE Arthur Stine merz and her daughter Georgeanna of 127 Crater and Char les Dougherty of 347 Main were among the many who wore winter coats ove new spring clothes at attend Easter morning services Sun day in Dover Grace Lutheran LEFT Colin Eichel escorted his to Sun day School in Dover First Christian They are the children of and Carl Eichel of 400 5th BELOW Richard Lee Stine metz was probably the youngest person present Sun day in Dover EUB The 2weekold infant was taken to church by his moth Douglas Stinemetz of 112 4th In addition to these pic Daily Reporter photo graphers and staff members were busy throughout Tus carawas County They covered the Easter Parade in Dover Page New Philadelphia Page Strasburg Page Newcom erstown Page Sugar creek Page Dennison Page Uhrichsville Page Bolivar and Port Wash ington Page Snow Squalls Provide Clean Easier Touch By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Widespread snow squalls gave many parts of Ohio a white Easter this first time in five years that the holiday fell so early in the Holiday especially to ward became extreme ly hazardous on slippery Much Easter fashion finery had to be hidden with overcoats as temperatures held in the 20s and Northern from Toledo to had two inches of snow more by late Sunday More was especially in the where amounts of four inches in places were ex pected by this Blinding squalls of breif dura ion swept across Central and Southern Ohio Colum us and Dayton got about an See Page 11 Phila Parking Ticket Warrants Are Slated New Philadelphia Police Chiel Louis Clark said this morning that effective Wednesday war rants will be issued for person who are delinquent in paying parking He also noted that 1963 license plates must be off autos parkec on the street by Revolver Is Stolen Dover police are investigat ing a report that a 8sho IverJohnson caliber re volver and holster were taker from the glove compartment o a car Friday night while it wa parked at Reliable Auto Part HEBER PATTON Heber Patten Is Dead At 81 DEATHS ARE LOW 70 Injury Given As Cause For Alaskans Dig Final Decision One of Dovers better known Heber of 819 Center died early this morning in Union Hospital after long He was a Dover Township xustee 30 served 17 years as night merchant policeman and was a motorman on the Northern Ohio Traclion and Light streetcar line 17 until the service was abandoned in A son of Joseph and Minnie Deeser he observed his 81st birthday last March For many he sharpened and repaired lawn mowers in his spare He was a member of Johns United Church of Moose Fraternal Order of Police and Ohio Associa tion of Township Trustees and Patton was first mar ried to Daisy who died See Page 2 SAN AP Former astronaut John Glenn withdrew today from the Ohio Senate campaign because of injuries from a bath room fall last No man has a right to ask for a seat in either branch of the Congress merely because of a specific event such as or biting Ihe earth in a space Glenn told newsmen aft er one of his physicians said participation in the campaign would be delrimental to his health and His statement was made at the Air Force hospital where he was brought March 6 to re cover from inner ear Glenns announcement ended weeks of speculation on how the injury would affect the future of the spaceman turned polili The ear injury impaired Glenns sense of balance and curlailed his plans to retire from the Marine Corps March 1 to enter Ihe Ohio Senate Glenn said he sent a telegram to Ohio Secretary of Stale Ted Brown requesling lhal his name be laken off the Democratic The Marine Corps lieutenant See Page G Through Ruins By MURL1N SPENCER Alaska through successive strong Alaska today laboriously dug out of the ruins of an historic earthquake The death toll from Friday evenings record quake was ap proximately an amazingly low but the grim realization of economic ruin was only beginning to sink in upon a stunned William Egan revised lis estimate of property dam age upward to a conservative Other unofficial estimates were The governor raised his esti mate after visiting his home town of which had 32 dead and suffered heavy de Edward Pres ident Johnsons personal repre sentative on the was fly ing back to Washington today to recommend special relief The President already has declared the 49th stale a ma jor disaster McDermott said it was obvious the full dis aster relief program permitted under present law would not be At he it would take two to four months to gel Alaskan economy into any workable Alaska Senators Ernes Gruening and Bob Bart also in dicated they would press for an immediate aid grant in Con 60 miles south of had only two known but its busi Civil Defense officials listed new casualty figures today of 21 known dead am 83 missing and presumed Fiftyfive were reported to have been This means if those presumed were washed to sea by tidal waves following the indeed dead the toll will be more than ness was 95 per cent destroyed and few of its men still had The Alaskan vital route from Seward to the inte was a jumble of wrecked See Page 11 OTHER RELATIVES AWAITING NEWS OF KIN Phila Womans Husband Safe In Alaska Wilmot Families Are Seeking Girls Missing7 For 2 Weeks Two young both wait resses at the Junction Restau rant north of disap peared on March Since their parents and the husband of one of the wom the aid of the Stark County Sheriffs Department have searched Missing are Lee Ruth Ann daughter of and Joseph who contacted The Daily Re porter last Saturday about the and Cheryl Lynn daughter of and Gerald both of The only clue to their where abouts has been letters received DAY BRIGHTENER People may not marry much roUBger thau tjiey used often last Tuesday by parents of both Postmarked with a return address of general de the parents agree that the handwriting in the letter is that of their daughters but the writing on the envelope is dif Both letters Were similar in They stated the girls were had jobs and that their parents should not try to find The are not satisfied that they are in Chi Sparks told The Daily Reporter she believes her daughter still is in the Wilmot Strasburg They reportedly left in an auto owned by Tressells moth Mary Tressell of near It is a 1956 white and green Ford with 1963 registra tion The last seen about on March 16 at the Junc tion had been fee Page t Prince Cited For Ignoring Court Order Paul industrial engi neer of 1012 4th has been cited into ommon Pleas Court on April 14 to show Why he should not be held in contempt for not hand ing over building plans and trac ings to the Dover Chemical Judge Lamneck issued the order today following a mo tion made by John counsel for Robert Do ver Chemical Reeds action was taken after Prince had filed a through Arthur Lirabach demanding payment of from the On last May Lamneckor dered Dover Chemical to pay Prince and in di reeled Prince to turn over 2 sets of together with the orig inal tracings on 2 buildings t See Page I Helen Ford of Anchor who has been visiting her parents in New received a telegram and has talked her soldierhus band there after 2 days of anxious I got a call this morning at 8 3 Alaska time and hes fine and she Hes at Fort con fined to the post on standby Ford said Her an Army career man with rank of was driving alone on the road be tween Fort Richardson and Anchorage when the earthquake struck and the car was rocked a good bit but he said the area there suffered no real The of are more used to hardships than people are down Ford They work togeth er in times of They have a wonderful Civil Defense organization theyve had experience with earth Usually they are just little but the quake of 48 gave them valuable experi ON THE INSIDE daughter of and Thomas Moore of 630 Jordan New Philadel flew down from Anchorage 3 weeks ago to be with her who had become She and her husband have been in Alaska 18 Ford is employed in the commissary at Elmendorf Air Force located halfway between Forl where the Fords and She expects to fly back to Anchorage Thursday or if a flight is Anxious Stone Creek and Harold Wherley and and Vernon His have not heard from and Glenn Susan Wherley Hisrich and their daughter Jen 18 who live in Hisrich is in the Alaskan Public Health Service during his 2year tour with the He is a resident physi cian in Alaskan Native Hospital in Wherley and Ray a New Philadelphia who operate a charier flying service at New Philadelphia Air have offered to fly supplies to the disaster The Red told them that Ihe mililary services have Ihe supply siluation in and Earl Curtis of 557 Crider New said today they have not attempled to call their a nurse at because thai area so far has nol been reported as a part of the earthquake damaged Curtis said they ex See Page 2 Weathervane SATURDAY High 57 Low 25 YESTERDAY High 40 Low 19 Elsewhere In High Low clear 68 42 Around The World Dear Abby Alvarez Crane Qoren On Hospital Obituaries Sports Television Womens Your Horoscope cloudy Los clear clear New cloudy snow clear San cloudy School Head Named Ohio superintendent of schools in nearby Westerville becomes the su perintendent of the Alfred du Pont School District in Wilming The appointee is Carroll 38 formerly head of the Woodville schools in Sandusky clear 29 12 33 23 82 53 77 64 52 31 39 24 42 18 56 49 32 54 19 snow TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 48 Hours Inch SNOW Last 24 Hours Inches TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 34 Low 15 Forecast snow   

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