Dover Daily Reporter, May 9, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter

May 09, 1964

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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 9, 1964, Dover, Ohio Many Michigan Homes DestroyedDEAD IN TORNADO % v n " .. & ^ m " - 0 The Daily Reporter mw® MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. (AP) — A screaming tornado ripped southeastern Michigan Friday, leaving in its wake death and hundreds of destroyed or damaged homes. At least nine persons were killed. The number of injured ran into the hundreds. Damage was estimated at between $4 and $5 million. Dawn today bared a shattering scene of ruined homes and other property in Chesterfield Township off Lake St. Clair. Hundreds of rescue workers labored overnight with Gov. George Romney among them at one time, in a search for possible other victims in wrecked houses. Eighty-two persons were admitted for treatment at two hospitals here. At least 200 others were treated for minor injuries and released. Weather experts said apparently two tornadoes hit the southeast area of Michigan. The more damaging twister started in the Pontiac area in late afternoon and skipped the 25-odd See TORNADO, Page 14 Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, May 9, 1964 VOL. 60. NO. 256.    40 PAGES. 7 CENTS Egypt Hails Visiting Khru Indictments In Boston Include House Leader By GEORGE MCARTHUR CAIRO (AP)—Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, making his first visit to Africa, received a tumultuous welcome from Egyptians today. He was acclaimed at the seaport of Alexandria, on a train ride through the teeming Nile Delta and in red-festooned Cairo. Not since the revolutionary days of 1952 have so many people surged to the streets of Egypt’s capital. It was estimated a half million lined up in the heart of the city. President Gamal Abdel Nasser embraced him warmly as he began his 17-day state visit to the United Arab Republic. A surging crowd broke through police lines as he drove in an open car to the railway station. Similar crowds jammed around the Cairo railway station as Khrushchev arrived to a booming 21-gun salute after his triumphant procession through the delta. Since early morning there were unnumbered thousands in the towns of Damimhourp, Bemha and Tam- ta, where his train made brief pauses. The ancient harbor of Alex-See EGYPT, Page 14 BOSTON (AP) — A wholesale batch of indictments has descended on top figures in both major political parties in Massachusetts in a sweeping investigation of corruption in the state government. A special grand jury returned 137 indictments against 26 persons Friday, charging such crimes as bribery, larceny, re questing bribes and conspiracy. The list of the accused was topped by House Speaker John F. Thompson, a Democrat from Ludlow, and one of his Republican predecessors, Charles Gibbons. “I have great faith in the integrity of our courts,” Thompson said, “and I will be vindicated.” Atty. Gen. Edward W. Brooke, a Republican, directed presentation of the evidence during the IO weeks the jury was sitting. Brooke said suppression of legislation was involved in most of the allegations. He said the legislation would have affected agencies handling small loans. Also indicted were IO corpora-See LEADER, Page 14 Vote Recount At Dennison Is Indicated Eugene B. McPeek of 406 N. 1st St., Dennison, yesterday indicated his intention to file for a recount of last Tuesday’s voting in Dennison Precinct I, Board of Elections Clerk Victor Turner said today. McPeek unofficially was beaten 89-71 in his bid for precinct committeeman by Margie J. Kuecher of 313 N. 1st St. Turner said that McPeek cannot file for a recount until the official tabulation of all county votes has been completed. Thi* See RECOUNT, Page 14 MUSICIANS IN TOWN. Four of the approximately 1,800 junior high musicians at Dover High today for the District 8 Ohio Music Education Assn. contest are shown rehearsing. They are Debbie Capper (left) of Middlebranch, Sally Bowers and Sally Beu of Dover and Barbara Dick of East Rochester. The Dover Boys and Girls Choirs, directed by Philip Fay, received "superior" ratings in this morning's competition. Armand Houk and David Young are contest co-chairmen.Shooting Of Pilot Caused 44 DeathsFast Time Action Mapped At Parley Dover and New Philadelphia city officials and merchant representatives met yesterday in Village Green Restaurant to discuss fast time adoption this year in the 2 communities. Legislative action is expected to be taken at the next respective council meetings to establish fast time for municipal offices. Most of the local industries have endorsed the move. t.' wk $ rn mm mm : .siON THE INSIDE IM    . Mm rn i rn I. MMM* 3 Around The World .......«...    IO Goren On Bridge ............ 23 Hospital News .............. 14 Obituaries  ...........27 Television  ....... 17    to    20 Sports ..........  28    to    33 Women* Pages    8    &    9 CONCORD, Calif. (AP)-The FBI has established that a heavily insured passenger apparently shot the pilot of an airliner just before it crashed near Concord Thursday, killing all 44 aboard. The plane was cruising at 5,000 feet on a flight from Reno to San Francisco when the shooting occurred. The man’* name and the ben eficiary of his newly purchased policy were not immediately lisclosed. An informed source said the FBI had traced ownership of a powerful revolver found in the wreckage to a man who took out an insurance policy in excess of $50,000 on his life just before boarding the plane. An FBI laboratory check in Washington, the source said, determined that the revolver, a .357 Smith & Wesson Magnum, contained six spent cartridges that had been fired recently. The source confirmed that a tape recorder found in the wreckage carried the voice of pilot Ernest A. Clark, saying, See PILOT, Page 14^WeathervaneYESTERDAY High 80    Low    70 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low IV. Albuquerque, clear . 68 37    •• Chicago, clear ..... 79 56 .19 Cleveland, cloudy .. 78 64    .« Los Angeles, clear . 68 52    • • Miami, clear ....... 79 74    •« New York, cloudy .. 87 71    .. Pittsburgh, cloudy . 76 69 .05 St. Louis, cloudy ... 83 56    •• San Fran., cloudy .. 55 48 Washington, cloudy . 90 67 TODAY 7 a rn.............. 72 RAINFALL Last 24 hours . .02 inchTOMORROW Sunrise .......... 5:14 Sunset ............ 7;3i High 73    Low    48 Forecast; Fair and mild. ;

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