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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Twin City Area Swings Into Annual Week 7713 Better Photography A Mark Of Reporter Quality THE 22 REPORTER largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew June 1964 HOME EDITION Serving Over PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Plaza Phila Hit By Storm Back near its mooring place at the Montgomery Ward store in the Miracle Lane Plaza was this aluminum boat which caused area residents to stare in amazement Sunday as it flew through the air before docking at the Glen Swegheimer re sidence on Wills Freak Boat Ride Concludes In Lawn Of Wills Resident That boat was flying right through the above the There could be no more graphic description of a 2 or 3minute windstorm that smacked the Mir acle Lane Plaza and the Wills area of Dover Sunday at New Philadelphia also was hit severely about the same The small aluminum boat was picked up by the tornadiclike wind outside the Montgomery Ward store and carried 2 blocks before it came hit the front of a car owned by Charles Tedrick of 405 Prospect flew back into the air and finally landed in the yard of the Glen Sweg heimer home at 201 Wills Residents of that area reported their homes shook as the storm Windows were broken in the Kroger and Nobil Shoe the Albury Sohio Service Station opposite the Plaza on Union and the Elden Beitzel residence on Wills The strong winds appeared to pick up toward Newj Two concrete block walls be ing erected at the new MetropolitanLife Insurance building on Wabash were knocked causing over in A number of TV antennas were twisted and numerous trees were blown Darrell Cope of division commercial manager for General Telephone of said today that fallen trees caused considerable with service to approximately 200 customers af fected by the A power failure disrupted service at the Central Office Building at New but an emergency unit quickly took over and was in operation from to approximately 10 All new installation projects will be curtailed Cope with all manpower diverted Complete Recovery9 Seen For Injured Kennedy Weathervane SATURDAY High 89 Low 68 YESTERDAY High 86 Low 68 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE Low 91 81 73 86 91 86 94 69 High clear cloudy clear Los cloudy cloudy New cloudy cloudy clear San clear TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunset High 90 Low 68 Forecast Warm and thunder 55 65 64 58 77 76 64 70 57 73 70 AP Edward Kennedys condition was described today as extremely satisfactory by his attending Thomas who has been caring for the senator since he suffered a broken back in airplane crash Friday said in a morning bulle tin that Kennedy is bright and alert askec to see morning the Birch and his who suffered less seri ous injuriesin the are also They were expected to remain at the Cooley Dickinson Hospital the rest of the Bayh said Sunday that Ken nedy did not have on a seat belt at the time of impact and was half standing to his Edward one of the two men killed in the Evidence Is Asked By Crago Lawyers as comfortable ble while surgeons Lawyers for of James RD Moses Turkeys Inonu Starts Parley With Johnson WASHINGTON AP Prime Minister Ismet Inonu of Turkey arrived today for crucial talks with President Johnson who wants to head off a Turkish in vasion of Cyprus that could the Atlantic The 80yearold Turkish lead er flew from Williamsburg to Washington in a in welcoming re said the talks will aid solution of problems which trouble us Inonu said Tur key believes in but this peace cannot be lasting if based on The meetings between John son and Inonu today and Tues day are to be followed by simi lar conferences Wednesday and Thursday between the President and Greek Premier George Pap No direct talks be tween the Greek and Turkish leaders are The United States has tried to convince Greece and both members ofthe North At lantic Treaty that only the Communists can bene fit from the present Talks with a White House luncheon and a reception at the Turkish Embassy are on Inonus schedule charged with the second degree murder of Milton Swonger last March filed motions to day to secure a bill of particu lars and other evidence alleged ly held by the against their prosecutor In a long argument that con tinued until Clair Hoffman and James Barnhouse demanded that the court force Prosecutor Harlan Spies to make available an alleged con fession by the full coro ners report on Swongers al leged all photographs taken in connection with his in the alleged murder and other evidence seized during the investigation by police on June 12 was or dered by Common Pleas Judge to the Lima State Hospital for a mental ex Crago had entered one plea of not guilty by rea son of insanity at his arraign ment May The defense counsel today stated despite a possible ruling of they felt they should prepare themselves in anticipation of possibly having to defend their client in Barnhouse and Hoffman were told by Lamneck You have a right to see alluding to the confession which the lawyers in dicated their client told them had made while still intoxi cated after Swongers death had een The lawyers said they had re ceived only the coroners report hat no inquest had been made following Swongers At same time they had been informed by the coroner ithat numerous photographs had been made at the time of the investi They told Lamneck these photographs were not available when the judge declared that the coroners full report was a matter of public The senator is resting on a special canvas rigging instead of a regular hospital Known as a Foster it takes theplace of a more un unwieldly plaster cast which for years was a must for persons with fractured vertabraer The frame will keep as possi determine whether surgery will be needed for the three broken vertabrae he suffered in a plane crash Fri day night in which two persons Though the freshman Demo cratic elected 19 months ago to fill hisbrothers unexpired term in the Sen faces six to eight months of doctors stress he will recover bar ring unforeseen Also at Cooley Dickinson Hos Dinner Is Scheduled The Traffic Managers of the County Chamber of Com merce will hold its last meeting ntil fall Tuesday night at Hotel A buffet din er will be Principal speaker will be Ken chairman of the Nation 1 Society of Packing and Han ling who will talk on What You Might Know About Million The meeting is open to all mem ers of the association and pital were Birch D and his They were in good condition from less ser ious injuries suffered in the crash but were expected to be held at the hospital the rest of the Kennedy cannot be moved for another 10 to 12 Henry head of the Armys Walter Reed General Hospital in said Sunday He and Thomas Cofri who has been attending the See Page 2 ON THE INSIDE to restoring normal service op Fred Ohio Power termed the down pour as the worst storm of the He said damages were centralized in New Philadelphia and with an 18min ute outage reported in the for mer city where lightning knock ed 50 to 60 bricks from the roof area of a Public Square build ing owned by Clara Warm and occupied by Waggoner bolt also damaged the New Philadelphia called at used tarpaulins to keep water from running in to the Ohio Power Zimmer were on the job until 3 today repairing New Philadelphia firemen were also summoned to the Howard Stein home at 212 3rd where lightning had damaged an electric range at A similar run was made at when lightning damaged a stove in the Helen Bowers home at 272 8th The firefighters extinguished a blaze on a lightning struck Gundy Construction bricklayers had reason to be disappointed upon arrival for work this morning at the new Metropolitan Life Insurance build ing on Wabash Part of their past labors was sprawled on the ground as Shown Hennis Denied New Trial In Fraud Case Harry former Dover insurance was de nied today the right to a new trial by Common Pleas Judge Hennis was convicted June 10 on a charge of tricking John a Bolivar into paying him in checks on what Reicosky con sidered to be a payment for a c j f Swedes Outline power pole on Broadway at A basement wall at the Rob See Page 2 Fighter Injured UHRICHSVILLE TClarence of RD Uhriehs was treated in Twin City Hospital for lacerations to his forehead following a fight in Johnnys Grill on 3rd at Police said War dell swung at the owner and striking his He was taken to the hospital in a Uhr ichHostettler Its The Heat Dover police were kept busy yesterday investigating dog complaints received from 3 resi At police were noti fied that a dog in the 400 block of Tuscarawas was barking and disturbing No one was home where the dog was At the owner of a dog in 100 block of Iron said he would keep th animal quiet after police receiv ed a complaint he was disturb ing At a dog was re ported frothing at the mouth i the yard at 503 Waiout dog was picked up and turne over to Elden life insurance Hennis had claimed that he By RONALD THOMSON Sweden Soviet Premier Khrushchev sailed into Sweden on a chilly Baltic wind He was told straight away that Swedes are dedicated to their He also was met by newspaper demands for information about a Swedish diplomat captured by the Russians in Around The 7 Dear 19 Alvarez 21 Crane 21 Goren On 19 Horoscope 19 Hospital News 10 Obituaries 2 Sports 15 16 Television 9 Womens Pages 6 7 ATTORNEY RALLIES TO DEFENSE Man Draws 90Day Sentence For Taking Boy Out Of State James Barnhouse today iuddenly rallied to the defense of James brought into court for revocation of his The attorney had been in waiting to be heard on another when Renicker was charged with having trans ported a 14yearold New Phil adelphia boy across the state line without parental permission on April Prosecutor Harlan Spies also informed Common Pleas Judge Lamneck that Renickers had filed a non support action against him on April Probation Officer Robert rtoore testified that Renicker cnew of the warrant for non support before he and the New Philadelphia boy left for Okla where they remained for some 2 Renicker returned to Canton and went to work for the Volun teers of after sending See Page 2 Violent Winds Create Havoc By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thunderstorms and violent winds raked the East and South east early today and a tornado warning was issued for a sec tion of the Plains Very humid air spawned the stormy weather in the High winds and heavy rain struck Ihe The tornado warning covered portions of central and eastern extreme southeast South western Iowa and northwest At least four twisters touched ground in Kansas Two were reported in the vicinity of one at El Dorado and another at Heavy hail and rain struck other sections of Kansas Sun At in northcentral ahil as large as base balls ripped up Smaller had explained to Reicosky that the money was to be a person al loan to Hennis Daniel Bel den of Canton and Wilford Mil ler of New fikd a motion for a new naming 3 reasons in the pro ceedings of the court and the prosecuting attorney and abuse of discretion verdict not being sustained by sufficient evidence of law occurring during the Lamneck said today the case had been submitted without ar Neither defense lawyer was in court at the time of the The judge after the that sentencing of Hen nis would probably take place within 10 tried to warm the Soviet up the leader atmos He he said at on a mission of friendship and good neighborliness that fully appreciated He Swedens wanted neutral sincere Now Settled The suit of Frank Damiene of 218 Walnut Do against James Gano and Robert DeBenedictis has been dismissed without record and costs to the Damiene had filed the suit for talks with government he to strengthen good re I do not think we will have anything to argue Many Swedes are not keen about Khrushchevs coming The government mounted heavy There have been threats against his About spectators watched Khrushchevs arrival from across the harbor five miles At dockside were the official government recep tion honor guards and the diplomatic minus the British and French am so far as news men could the Red Chinese Premier Tage a made it plain in his welcoming address that Sweden has no intention of changing its neutral which he said has the objective of peaceful co Khrushchevs present oreign policy After the Khru shchev drove off in a 1949 Linc oln the car which is said to have been fitted with julletproof armor to take him around Khrushchev and his DAY BRIGHTENER This is fixup and paintup time and dont think single gals arent doing hailstones fell over Marrowville and Blue At in southwestern heavy rain poured down in winds that reached 80 miles an followed by hail as large as powerful winds and rain struck westcentral damaging fruit and vegetable farm properly and cut Welding Outfit Owner Lists Loss Clyde Wallick of RD Do reported to sheriff deputies over the weekend that a weld ing outfit and other valued at had been stolen from a dragline at Wallick Limestone near George Kaiser of 115 Wooster told dep uties Saturday that vandals had done approximately dam age at a residence at RD He said a housetrailer was broken into and a 1951 Chevrolet set on A fuel pump and 2 wheels were reported damages last 3 against the 2 former operators of the Hi Spot Nite Club and Tavern at 211 Tuscarawas for injuries he had received during a ruckus on Both who now lives in and DeBenedictis residing in left Dover in the early part o Damiene claimed he had suf fered a fractured right ankle and lost 18 weeks of work as a result of a fight in which De Benedictis was personally in volved with other The court entry states a set tlement had been reached be tween the parties and the mat ter settled with prejudice to any new court came ashore in a Swedish motor torpedo boat after sailing through the Denmark in Baltic Sea the Soviet from liner II was a and Khrushchevs chilly welcome ting utility Some live stock also was Tornadoes were reported in southern lower Michigan and northeastern Theft of 4 hubcaps from his auto was reported at Sun day morning by Ernest Bow er of RD He said the auto was parked at Kmser Car Antenna Broken Dale Lirgg of 141 3rd NW reported to New Philadel phia police Sunday afternoon that someone had broken the antenna off his Theft of 2 geraniums and a planter was reported Sunday by Susannah Lane of 215 a Sft See Page 2 It Poured Yesterday Vegetation including the weed variety is thriving as Tuscarawas County continues to receive more than its quota of Yesterdays precipitation amounted to of an inch with falling within a 15minute pe riod during a heavy shower at Total rainfall to date this month is or more than is normal for Total precipitation for this year is already inch ing toward the total of for all of Precipitation for the first 6 months of 1963   

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