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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                You Cant Drive After Midnight With 7963 Vehicle licensesSee Below The Reporter Prints More Want Ads Than Any Other County Paper VOL 32 HOME EDITION Largest Circulation In Tuscanwas County DoverNew March Serving Over Families PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Crago Held In Swonger Death Worthier and his new 1831 Bull engine and train FASHIONS REPLICA OF 1831 RAILROAD UNIT Warthers Productivity Continues By Tom Parker Daily Reporter Staff Writer Ernest Mooney Warther has done it again On Easter Sunday he finish ed carving another project in his 78 creationpacked scale replica of the 1831 Stev Bull falt and 4coach train which served as the first sched uled train in history and the first Pennsylvania Railroad passenger Started last Christmas Dovers master carver spent about hours carving the according to his now general manag er of the Warther Museum at 331 Karl Carved totally of hippopota mus the finest the train will be the centerpiece of the most elaborate exhibit in the with the complete train rolling over a section of track and with a replica of the engineer manipulating the con Housed in a special 16foot ex hibit a mural to run the length of the case has been commissioned to be painted by the noted Cleveland Glenn creator of murals in the America luxury Shaw also has depicted the history of the American steel industry in steel company offices throughout the Price of the mural is in the range and will reproduce the original run of the historic between the New Jersey cities of Amboy and Cam The history of the John Bull engine is familiar to perhaps many high school students of Built in England by the Ste vens Locomotive Works and transported by ship to the See Page 12 Trial Resumes In Divorce Suit Witnesses lined up outside the Courtroom of Common Pleas Judge Lamneck while some 30 women specta tors crowded in for the resump tion of the divorce hearing of James and Faye Clouse of Uhr Principal witness was Lorena Shinaberry of 103 Main mother of the Faye She told of setting a watch on July 1963 on her daugh ter after she had heard rumors of improper who has 10 daughters and a admitted that she and a Ray had watched from the latters trailer for several hours before Clouse appeared on the street and got into a car which she said was driven by Alfonso She said she and Prall followed the car to Acietunas Both the mother and Prall testified Clouse later came to the Prall trailer to get her 17monthold During that time they said she called the doctor and asked for an ex planation but received Clair Clouses spent most of the time checking the accuracy of the 2 witnesses emphasizing the point that neither had ac tually seen Clouse enter Acietunas residence at the time they Thad Bowers called State Jess Dempster of Uhrichsville to the stand as character witness for Dempster rated Clouse as having a good and excellent reputation and being a dutiful When asked by Bow ers whether he knew anything detrimental to Clouses particularly in Dempster said Phila Area Couple Asks Annexation Clyde and Nellie Robinson of ED New yester day filed a petition with the County Commissioners asking for the annexation of acres in Goshen Township to the City of New Paul Redinger filed the as agent for the Robinson which lies at flw loutherp extremity of New fronting on County Road Hungary Greets Khru Warmly Hungary Sovet Premier Khrushchev was welcomed warmly today on his arrival for talks with Hungar ian Communist leaders that may lead to a showdown with Red Against the backdrop of a Peking call for world commu nism to repudiate the Soviet premiers Hungar ian Premier Janos Kadar pre dicted Khrushchevs visit will improve the unity of the So cialist Informed sources report the Hungarian Communist party has voted for Weathervane YESTERDAY High 30 Low 21 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low cloudy 72 43 snow 26 18 Los clear 69 51 clear 75 57 New clear 41 22 snow 30 17 T cloudy 41 31 San cloudy 58 53 clear 42 23 TODAY 7 21 SNOW Last 24 Hours Inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 42 Low 25 Forecast Partly mally to support MOSCQW in any split with Khrushchevs reply was for mal and Our visit not only will be a cordial gettogether of friends but a continuation of the ex tremely fruitful talks during the visit to the Soviet Union of the Hungarian party and gov ernment delegation last sum he 6 Those in July dealt with the Chinese It is our conviction that this further exchange of views with the Hungarian party leaders will be most interesting and Khrushchev Kadar and Pres See Page 11 Ohio Air Guard Gets New Chief Ohio AP A former fighter pilot who de stroyed nine German plans dur ing World War II will become chief of staff of the Ohio Air National Guard He is Dale Shafer of who in civilian life is an executive pilot with Mead Paper of Sometimes its better to put off until tomorrow what youre likely to botch Getting Ready twoman Gemini with an astronaut and engineer sealed has been sched uled for a 36hour sea test this week 30 miles south of Galves ton in the Gulf of Three astronauts and three Manned Spacecraft Center engi neers will pair off in Each team will be locked in the capsule for 12 hours at a Although there are many ex periments associated with the the principal objective is to see how the vehicle operates salt water for the maximum period of its 36hour power Test requirements are that waves be lour to five feet high and the sea It will be the first fullscale sea water test using a produc tion Gemini weighing and equipped the same as a spacecraft returning to Numerous tests with the cap sule have been made in a huge tank at Ellington Air Force near the Manned Space craft Those tests were in fresh wa and no said a We need to know exactly how the sea water affects in how much water the capsule leaks if whether the batteries will last 36 See 11 IB Children Eligible For New State Aid By Tom Parker Daily P Dorter Staff Writer Thirtyfour comprising a total of 162 County have been found eligible to re ceive assistance under Ohios Aid for Dependent Children of Unemployed Parents County Welfare Director Lorin Gadd announced this morn The new ADCU program be came effective March 11 and benefits begin April It is simply an extension of the regular Aid to Dependent Children Gadd and makes a child eligible when his parent is out of but with certain A minimum standard allow ance the same has Aid to De pendent Children as been fixed by the Ohio Department of Pub lic Welfare according to the size of the Gadd said at the time the parent must See STATE Page 2 Dover Township Bridge Repair Work Ordered County Commissioners have instructed Engineer Charles Young to rebuild and widen a bridge on Dover Township Road between Route 39 and Do ver Township Road The request was made by Do ver Township trustees in a let ter dated March which in cluded a request for repair of a bridge on Dover Township Road between Route 8 and County Road to which Com missioners also Commissioners also directed the engineer to proceed with repairs of bridge 27 on Per ry Township Road as had been requested by the trustees ON THE INSIDE Dear Abby 21 Crane 23 Alvarez 21 Around The Your Horoscope 21 Hospital News 11 Obituaries 2 Television 6 Sports 8 9 Womens 11 Bond Set Case Goes To Grand Jury Following a 15minute confer ence with County Prosecutor Harlan Spies at this af James Moses of RD entered a no contest plea during ar raignment on a seconddegree murder charge in connection with the bludgeoned slaying of Milton on Sat a neighbor and re portedly good friend of Swon said during the brief ses sion in Northern District Coun ty he did not want an at Judge Charles Eckert held Crago to the Grand Jury and set bond at He was re turned to County Jail at 1 Judge Eckert said the maxi mum penalty for the count is life manacled throughout the wore a wrinkled suit with a plaid sport The slightly built who has receding hair line and wears sat quietly outside the courtroom while newsmen photographed It development that the tenant on the Streb farm where Swongers beaten body was found in a shallow grave inside a had picked up by Dover police Sunday approximately 10 hours before Swongers body was He reportedly had been held in Dover and County jails since that time and had undergone ex tensive Although it could not be con it has been rumored that Crago made a statment to Im not sure if we have a Spies said at Dover police station Police would not comment if they had obtained a statement or possible The murder police was found yesterday in the vicinity of the but they would not elaborate or say what it A search warrant was obtained in Northern District Court earlier in the day to look for the Coroner Philip See CRAGO Page 2 Dover Police Dexter Bell left and Kenneth Dafforn escort James Moses Crago into Northern District County Court where he was charged this morning with the seconddegree murde r of Milton By CHARLEY DICKENS Dover Police Depart ments cloak and dag ger investigation of the Milton Swonger which is being directed by Howard Seith of the Ohio Bureau of Criminal lacks only Sher lock Holmes pipe and magnifying It even ham pered salting of Dover streets Sunday night because city crews couldnt get equipment which was in the building where Swongers truck had been im pounded under lock and With their temporary head quarters next to Central County state examiners should have little trouble checking on the working hours of neth listed on the coun ty payroll as a fulltime em ploye One county several weeks said John Glenn would withdraw from the Sen ate principally because former aides of Michael who were directing the astro nauts had quickly drained the pot of expense The politico maintained no rainbow was in sight because the party couldnt financially favor Glenn over Stephen BACKWATER VILLAGES BEING CHECKED Alaskan Toll Now 178 By DICK BARNES Alaska AP Alaska counted more dead today and reports from backwater villages indi cated there may be still many more victims of the great The toll of dead and pre sumed dead mounted to 178 in a tally released by Alaska Civil Defense and reports from sur vivors of an obliterated Officials noted some of the deaths could not be The picturesque island of southwest of Anchor age in the Gulf of ap pearedlo Fe the states hardesT hit The report showed 72 or more dead or presumed dead as a result of Friday evenings quake and tidal The Kodiak toll was based on reports furnished by state po lice after a tour of the islands torn and twisted Omitted from the Civil De fense list was the community of Chenega on Prince William Reports from Fairbanks indicated half the towns popu Commissioners Defend Against Human Barks1 Tuscarawas hasnt gone to the just because it isnt 100 per cent for es pecially those branded as wan dering curs by folks who prefer not to have them in their yards and County Commissioners recent ly were practically stripped of every vestige of moral recti tude in a downright and doggone nameslinging public blast aim ed at them by a female champi on of canine All the barking and whining seemed to resolve into a ques tion whether the commission ers are directly responsible for allowing the dog warden and caretakers at the dog pound to treat stray dogs like the mutts they and not like the cud dled and curried creatures who frequent Madame Fifis ca nine taking the challenge of their love for mans or womans best friend to held a yesterday afternoon with their legal counsel present to defend their They also had pres ent 2 investigators of the status of the hygienic and social life of a sjlray dogs life in this The 2 Tschantz and Frank found that proper pound provi sions for pooches exist although they did suggest that the bow wow boudoir could stand some beautification with paint and that a more fitting monicker might be managed for the mutt mansion such as dog kennels or dog haven instead of dog showing their kind promised to ascertain if some of the 45 nonprofit in stitutions in Ohio which use the homeless dogs in tests and re search designed to benefit all of might not be inter ested in receiving errant ani mals rounded up in Tuscarawas they are going to outofstate medi cal It seems the dispute over the See HUMAN Page 2 Deadline Near Midnight is the deadline for display of 1963 vehicle license lags Those caught operating a ve hicle after wilh 1963 are liable for prose cution and Area license bureaus have been jammed with lastminute buyers and are expected to be the same until closing Mil dred handling Dover registration at McKeevers Dec orating at 428 llth said today her office will close at 5 We were considerably behind the normal pace last but are now within the usual turn she said Other Tuscarawas County reg istrars ready for the rush in clude Glen Furbay at the Auto Club and Verl Ridenour at New Philadelphia Zinkon at Baltic Shirley Holdsworth at Bolivar Jane Capes at 5enn ison Jean McMath at Gna denhutten Glessner Lechner at Mineral City Kathleen Thomp son at Newcomerstown Evelyn Ridenour at Stone Creek Wal ter Harrington at Strasburg Earl Lahm at Sugarcreek Hazel Wallace at and Ruth Charlton at Uhrichs it might also be wise to check your drivers lic ense which expire on the oper ators 45 may have been Jost m a desperate race for higher ground against an 80foot tidal The Fairbanks reports said two persons were known dead and 20 missing after the wave washed away the little Civil Defense said it could neither confirm nor deny the report based on stories from survivors flown lo The new casualty figures were up 74 from the last Civil Defense report issued Nearly all the new dead were from listed only seven victims The list by communities plus the tally from Chenega showed these counts 8 2 sumed dead 1 12 presumed dead 1 dead 3 dead Kodiak 22 50 presumed dead 1 30 pre sumed dead Kayak 1 dead 2 20 sumed dead 3 16 presumed dead Port Ash 1 5 presumed The list seemed to confirm the belief that scores of men and seaside residents had died in waves that smashed the southcentral A number See Page 2 2 Youngsters Are Hurt In Dover Mishap Two children were slightly jured in a 2car auto accident investigated by Dover police at Monday afternoon on Wooster They said a vehicle driven by Delores of 714 Bodmer struck the rear of one operated by Virginia of 458 2nd New who had stopped Injured were Stubbs Rocky cut and William bump on the Stubbs was charged with failure to stop within the assured clear Henry of 1310 Wooster Do backed his auto from a parking space at last night on 3rd and struck a parked car owned by Marian of 124 23rd Autos driven by Bobby of and Sally of 859 8th New collided at day afternoon on Tusearawai   

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