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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter May 4, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 4, 1964, Dover, Ohio Special 'Bowlerama' Section Tuesday Signals Annual Reporter Event The Reporter ... A I Clear Independent I Voice For The County J VOL. 60. NO. 251. 22 PAGES. IHE Daily Reportei Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Monday, May 4, 1964 HOME EDITION I 4#* Serving Over 11,000 Fa rn Hie, PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS U.S. Ship On 'Routine' Saigon Trip Glenn s Name On Ballot Paints Intriguing Primary Question By ROY ESSOYAN SAIGON, Viet Nam (AP) — I The U. S. Destroyer Lyman Swenson arrived in Saigon today for what could be an American show of force following the sinking of the aircraft transport Card in the Saigon River. A Navy spokesman said the Swenson was on a routine operational visit. Aboard was Capt. C. C. Hartigan Jr., commander of the 7th Fleet’s Destroyer Squadron Nine. The Swenson tied up within sight of the Card, which has I been partially refloated since j terrorists tore a 28-foot hole in its side with explosives before} dawn Saturday. Salvage workers were patching the hole preparatory to pumping out the vessel. Saigon still was tense and on the alert Monday with patrols checking downtown traffic and troops swarming around the dock area. Being’ sworn in aa 82nd president by Chief Justice Harlan Stone in April 1945, on death of FOB. Mrs. Truman looks on. HST today, chipper as ever, it seems, 'Keep Ohio Rolling'Issue Has Only Scattered Foes \ it I    S    r    v The Potsdam conference in July 1945, dealing with the wily Josef Stalin (left). fr...****■■"-...a. Over Truman’s shoulder, can be seen Andrei Gromyko. Tile others are interpreters.    Jaunty    is    the    word. Harry S. Truman, 80 years old Friday, seems    early walks, and the Truman smile still lights the as chipper today as when he first took the oath    face of the man from Independence, Mo. as president nearly 20 years ago. He still takes his No one was seriously injured aboard the Card but eight Americans and a Vietnamese were wounded when another terrorist tossed a handgrenade into their midst in Saigon Saturday night. Four of the wounded said they wanted to get back to the battle zone as soon as they could. “It’s safer there than here in Saigon.” said Lt. Hector Ditta-mo, 22, of West Paterson, N.J., with a wry smile. U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge had driven along tjie Saigon Street Saturday night just See SAIGON, Page 2 RIGHTS' TOUCH OFF STORM Crago Pleads Not Guilty trict County Court.    neck ruled that this would be Crago, last Wednesday, asked included in the general plea of for a defense counsel when he ‘‘not guilty.” was to be arraigned for the Hoffman further intimated March 28 slaying of Milton E. that there was a question to he ISwonger. On Saturday, Judge raised with regard to Crago’s J. IL Lamneck announced the being intoxicated at the time appointment of Barnhouse and of the alleged slaying. Hoffman.    Argument about Crago’s Pleas of ‘‘not guilty” and rights broke out when Hoffman ‘‘not guilty by reason of insan- suggested that the $50,000 bond ity” were entered by Hoffman which had been set in Northern today when the bespectacled de- District Court was ‘‘a little fendant was formally arraign- steep” and ‘‘impossible under ed.    the circumstances.” Lamneck said that it was up Hoffman first included a third to his court to set a new bond plea of ‘‘not guilty by reason and advised that it was prac-of self defense.” However, Lam- See NOT GUILTY, Page 2 Suggestions that the rights and privileges of James Moses Crago, 29, of RD 2, Dover, have been violated flared up during his arraignment today in Common Pleas Court on a second-degree murder charge. ‘‘We have not had the possibility of even having a private interview with our client,” Atty. James Barnhouse declared. Barnhouse, who was appointed by the court along with Atty. Clair Hoffman to defend Crago, further declared that Crago should have been aprised of his rights and given a full preliminary hearing before a $50,000 bond was set in Northern Dis- Rev. Reinhard Krause of St. John’s United Church of Christ was named president when the Dover Ministerial Asn. hads its annual election this morning in Helmkamp’s. He succeeds Rev. Alva Taylor of First Methodist Church. Rev. A. Vernon Hess of Grace Lutheran Church was elected vice president, and Brig. William Murtaugh of the Salvation Army was re-elected secretary* treasurer. During the business session, the Ecumenical Regional Conference of the Tuscarawas County Ministerial Assn., in conjunction with the Ohio Council of Churches, also was discussed. The Coshocton - Tuscarawas County conference will he in Dover First Methodist Church with Rev. Taylor serving as chairman. ‘‘Prayer Call,” a telephone ministry, was reviewed. It was decided to conduct a survey during May to ascertain area interest in this project, since it requires a cost of $300 annually, financed jointly by the Dover and New Philadelphia Ministerial Assns. Persons interested in its continuance should contact their respective associations. The devotional period, ‘‘Called To Be Saints,” was presented by Rev. Taylor. Rev. Howard Knittle was assigned to lead devotions for the June I meeting. 600,000 Majority Is Seen For Ohio Road Bond Issue squanders its money, this highway question seems to be opposed publicly only by those who blindly oppose everything proposed by Gov. Rhodes. The vote forecast, as with all the others, is based on voter turnout figures by Secretary of State Ted W. Brown. He predicts 1.4 million Ohioans will go to the polls and that 737 OOO will vote for Democratic candidates, 661,000 for Republicans and that 19.000 will vote only on the issues. Our predictions on each race are based on how the candidates have run in the past, voting trends and educated guess- GS. U.S. SENATOR REPUBLICAN: Secretary of State Ted W. Brown has run an impressive campaign to get out the far-right vote and in th? process has put his opponent, Congressman-at-Large Robert Taft Jr., on the defensive. But Taft has the support of See ZIMMERMAN, Page 2 The 7-man ritualistic team from Dover Elks Lodge 975 placed second in the state contest Saturday in Columbus. A member of the team, Dr. Robert Ley Jr., was judged the highest individual scorer in the contest. It was the first time a Dover team was eligible to enter the I state finals since 1929. i The Troy team retained the first - place position it won last year and will represent Ohio at the national contest in New York City in July. Members pf the Dover team, coached by Robert Kennedy are: John Helmsdoerfer, exalted ruler; Del Perry, leading knight; Don Peters, loyal knight; Jack Geyer, lecturing knight; Edgar Dill, esquire, James Bierie, inner guard; Ley, chaplain, and Lee Bierie, candidate. Other teams, in order of their placement, were Lima, Willard, Painesville, Chillicothe and Youngstown. June Realty Tax Statements Out County Treasurer Victor E.: Martinelli announced that the June, 1964, real estate tax statements are being mailed today. Payment of all real estate taxes will be accepted until June 20, Martinelli said. After that date the statutory IO per cent penalty will be added. To facilitate payment of the taxes, Martinelli asks that the taxpayers present their statements with their remittance. The statements cover the last half of 1963 real estate taxes. Philo Merchants' Opinions Sought In Parking Study The first meeting to discuss possible changes in the placement of parking meters and method of downtown parking was held last Friday in New Philadelphia with Mayor Joe Fritz, Service Director William Stevenson, and City Councilmen John Stratton and Paul Young and 4 mein hers of tin* Downtown Retail Merchants Assn. No decisions were made, Stratton said, except that every merchant and business man who has an interest in the downtown area will he contacted personally in order that he might express his views on the proposed changes. 40 Screened For Tornado Coaching Job Forty coaches from Class A and Class AA schools throughout Ohio have expressed interest in the Dover High head basketball coaching job, recently vacated with the resignation of Jack Swinderman. According to Supt. Emmet Riley, a screening committee comprised of himself, Dick Jennings, school hoard president, and Gene Dessecker, board member, reviewed most of the applications Saturday. A number of prospects will be interviewed by the entire board within the next 2 weeks, Riley said. Swinderman announced today that he will return to East Palestine next season as head basketball coach. (See separate story on sports page.) By CHARLEY DICKENS /' Ane of the tougtest rumors to crack is the one that a New Philadelphia agency is spreading strychnine on roof tops, balconies, etc. Its strictly ‘‘for the birds,” pigeons in particular, according to the rumor. According to reports, ‘‘High Fever Follies” probably will he a huge success, but Union Hospital Auxiliary, which is staging the production, may never be the same again. A series of clashes over responsibility and importance of certain members of the various Twigs to the production has caused a fever of a different kind. Remember gals, it’s all for charity. Castro Deprived Of Missile Might? ll Saturday night on Township Road 108, south of Newcomerstown, are Beryl Patterson, 16, who suffered a fractured leg and arm and face lacerations, and Ruth Lawrence, 17, of RD 3, who received a fractured leg. Both are reported as ‘‘satisfactory.’’ Treated and released were Patsy Jones, 14, and Ruth Garrison, 16, both of Newcomerstown, for lacerations and contusions. Patrolmen said an auto driven by Miss Lawrence apparently went out of control and struck a tree. Investigation is continuing. A 3-car accident in Baltic at 7:55 last night resulted in 3 elderly county residents being admitted to Pomerene Memorial See MISHAPS, Page 2 WASHINGTON (AP)—The belief is current here that the Soviet Union may have pulled its ground-to-air rockets from Cuba, depriving Fidel Castro of the means to blast American planes from the skies over his island. If true, there is less likelihood that the fiery dispute over surveillance flights will erupt in a clash of arms. A Soviet rocket withdrawal would go a long way toward explaining the Red prime minister’s May Day assertion that Cuba is alone in her dispute with the United States. Castro has conceded that his armed forces cannot shoot down the high-flying American planes without the Soviet rockets. Thus, when he said on May Day that “we will prevent these flights to the limits of w'hat our weapons can do,” he may have—in a veiled way—been revealing a new weapons limitation. The Soviet rockets are a remnant of the 1962 arms and manpower buildup which reached crisis proportions when detected by U S. intelligence. Soon after a .showdown that October, the Russians pulled out their intermediate range ballistic missiles and began reducing their armed forces. Two weeks ago, authorities here reported about 3,000 Russians remained on the island, but that they would soon be withdrawn, leaving in Cuban hands 24 antiaircraft missile bases equipped with Soviet rockets. Now' the word is that the missiles have been removed along with some troops, but that a large proportion of the military force remain*. Weathervane Perhaps the sliest hit of political ampaigrnng was done by the candidate for County Recorder’s Office who parked his auto, with large sign on top, outside a store in New Philadelphia and kept it there most of the day. It just so happened that the Lucky Burrell was in front of the store and the campaigner had large crowds, with free music supplied! SATURDAY High 75    Low    41 YESTERDAY High 78    Low    44 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low Free. Albuquerque, clear. 77 51 Los Angeles, cloudy 63 50 Miami, clear ...... 91    66 San Fran., cloudy . 53 48 .06 Washington, clear . 64 45 (M-Missing) (T-Trace) IOL)AY 7 a m. .........51 RAINFALL Last 48 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise ........... 5:19 Sunset ......   7:26 High 82    Low    56 Forecast; Cloudy and warm. Thieves Get Equipment Jim W. Page, operator of Cross Roads Coal Mine on Township Road 283, near Gnadenhutten, reported to Sheriff A. J. Young Saturday morning that thieves had taken an adding machine and typewriter from the office. The loss was set at $200 Entrance was gained by prying open the front door. Around The World Dear Abby ........ Dr. Alvarez ........ Dr. Crane .......... Goren On Bridge .. Hal Boyle’s Column Hospital News ..... Obituaries .......... Sports ............ Television ......... Women’s Pages .... Your Horoscope ... DAY BRIGHTENER Spring: When wives take all that junk out of closets and put it ali hack. ;

  • A. Vernon Hess
  • Alva Taylor
  • Andrei Gromyko
  • Beryl Patterson
  • Clair Hoffman
  • Dick Jennings
  • Don Peters
  • Edgar Dill
  • Emmet Riley
  • Fidel Castro
  • Gene Dessecker
  • Hal Boyle
  • Harry S. Truman
  • Howard Knittle
  • J. Il Lamneck
  • Jack Geyer
  • Jack Swinderman
  • James Barnhouse
  • James Bierie
  • Jim W. Page
  • Joe Fritz
  • John Helmsdoerfer
  • John Stratton
  • Josef Stalin
  • Lee Bierie
  • Milton E.
  • Patsy Jones
  • Paul Young
  • Reinhard Krause
  • Robert Kennedy
  • Robert Ley Jr.
  • Robert Taft Jr.
  • Roy Essoyan
  • Ruth Garrison
  • Ruth Lawrence
  • Sheriff A. J. Young
  • Ted W. Brown
  • William Murtaugh
  • William Stevenson

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: May 4, 1964

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