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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Wife Of 55 Years Gets 16 Of Mates 30 Secret Millions L09 ANGELES years ef Kdnah Race Capfon she had to make many of her own listened to her husband ccfBpIain every day of all the unpleasant things that ever hap Md was denied a nurses care when she was bedridden last year with a bro at the age el Capfon has an interlocutory varce decree and a lid million believed to be the largest granted the cree in superior court charged cruelly against her multimillionaire George She said he told her last broke her that he would give a million dollars if one would take her off his At the she she didnt know he had even a lion much less the million her attorneys discovered after she filed suit for Her husband had always kept his riches a secret from she Cspfofi testified to a life of frugal dating from her marriage to Capron in when he was a young baseball She said she was denied though they lived in an home in Newport Over the attorneys Capron built up an estate worth chiefly through property Under terms of the divorce Capron re ceived the Newport Beach a apartment house and 86fl acres of land at Laguna a valuable res idential development south of Laguna Beach on the southern California who reportedly wants to keep the was given an option to purchase it back with a cashiers check for million 35 County Correspondent Reporters Mean Complete County Coverage THE DAILY REPORTER between 30 and One of the highest divorce tiements previously recorded was that granted Greg wood divorced wife of the late Horace Dodge Her attorney said she received HOME EDITION VOL 18 Largest Circulation In Toscarawas County DoverNew July 1964 Serving Over Familial PHONE 42167 7 CENTS STATJO f 6 Senate Bill Okayed 6233 House Takes Over In Poverty War ANTIQUE The former home background of Emmet writer of a series on antiques for The Daily is being razed to make way for a new Ashland Oil service station at Front and High in New Philadelphia Excavation to bury the huge gasoline storage tanks is expected to begin in the near Blind is now residing at 244 The large 2story frame located at 484 High was a Barry Hold CR Parley Decision Due In Campaigns By WALTER MEARS WASHINGTON backdrop of harsh Republican presidential nomi nee Barry Goldwater talks with President Johnson today about steps to avoid any inflating of trouble over civil rights in the presidential I dont want to exploit the campaign in any way that will cause the Arizona said Thursday He talked with newsmen just after he had voted against John sons program to combat It passed 62 to Goldwater said he is not going to propose a formal Agreement with Johnson to keep the explo sive side of civil rights out of politics in the months Arid he said he does not want to discuss the new Civil Rights which he opposed in the What he Goldwater is a broad discussion on the campaign and what we both can do to avoid any inflating of Goldwater sought the White House To prepare for he called a huddle of his research advisers lor a discussion of the message be will carry to the Goldwater has said he wants 9 Young Climber Is Rescued From Dover Store Roof poUee performed an unusual rescue yesterday after receiving g call that a young boy was on the roof of the Penney Store on 3rd and apparently was unable to get town While had evidently made the assent without any difficulty via the fire the ne sary jump from roof to first ledge of the fire e feme d too WJjch for PoUce also received 2 reports Cf oa Union 4th tat were Sis a reputed te had was CLEVELAND stu dio audience applauded enthusi but comedian Henry Morgan walked out of the show when Samuel Sheppard and his appeared on a television program here Thurs This is Morgan told newsmen in the wings after walking off the Mike Douglas Show How come he suddenly becomes lovable Sam who was convicted of the 1954 bludgeonslaying of Insanity Plea Dropped From Crago Defense t Defense attorneys for James Moses of RD Do have been granted a quest by Common Pleas Judge Lamneck to withdraw a not guilty by reason of insani ty plea entered during an ar raignment on a seconddegree murder Their action apparently was precipitated by a report earlier this week from doctors of Lima State Hospital that Crago is sane and capable of standing trial for the March 28 bludgeon slaying of his neighbor Milton Crago will go on trial at 9 3 for the A not guilty plea also was tered by James house and CJair Hoffman at the time of the insanity ON THE INSIDE Dear A 17 ftoraseopi world Gsttw Qa Bridgs Sports AkBFW 17 S 7 U 13 15 his first answered questions from Douglas about his life in Ohio Penitentiary and his hopes for the He said he wants to settle in sub urban Rocky River and I hope to reapply for my medical li The former osteopath was as sociated in the hospital in Bay Village before he was convicted of mur der and sentenced to life im His license was suspended by the state medical board in Sheppards two Richard and Stephen now operate the With Sam and whom he married after being released on federal bond last was his Lee Morgan is appearing in a sura mer stock presentation of Tea house of the August Moon being performed in Warren by the Kenley What kind of show is this Morgan speaking of the program he had walked out First they put on a man who 10 years ago was convicted of murder then they play a gay and Im supposed to go on with some wouldnt even tell mymother was on this Bailey threatened to sue for libel when told of Morgans re The attorney said today a suit had been prepared but would not be filed in view of Morgans denial that he had called Sheppard a He See Page library Sesiions Set Dover Public Library will be closed from 9 to 10 Mon day through to permit staff members to attend for the Tfaj library will it 8 ga Saturday and DAY U yow wile Weathervane YESTERDAY High 91 Low 63 Elsewhere In High Low cloudy 94 68 clear 83 51 75 clear 89 70 clear 93 71 clear 94 71 New cloudy 93 73 cloudy 107 76 clear 93 74 54 clear 88 57 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunset High 93 Low 70 Forecast pos sible Dover Charged In Bar Gun Incident Charles of 418 Union was freed this morn ing on bond posted by his after being jailed last night on charges oi aiming and pointing a Dover police were called to the Tally Ho Bar at 325 carawa where Chaudrue was displaying a loaded ber He reportedly threat ened to use the weapon on Ma bje Reicosky of Tuscan was a waitress at the police Another waitress reportedly took the gun from himThe po Jiee report states that at one point Chaudrue pulled the trig ger and it clicked Qn an empty When officers approaches haudiw be unruly gnjj bad to bj handcuffed and whale being taken to the police car he attempted to run from but tripped who bad recently pital following an spent tlie aight jail after y July SMS will heajd by LeMoyfte Ljjjhv on Robert Moslcy Deputy Gets Police Post At Strasburg STRASBURG Village Coun in a special meeting last hired Sheriff Deputy Rob ert to replace Ed who has resigned as po liceman effective July The appointment followed in terviews with 2 other a deputy 3 years under Sheriff is a resident of 700 Walnut He and his Gloria have 2 A Dover Mosley serv ed in the Navy 10 years and attended a 16week police train ing academy sponsored by the San Diego Police who has held the post a said today he is not certain what he is going to a liquor permit trans fer request is being processed by the Ohio Department of Liq uor for Smith and his for operation of shen Tavern in RD New now operated as Johnsons by Mary Woman Who Saved For Sons Prison Release Is Dead CHICAGO Tillie who scrubbed floors 11 years to win the re lease of her son from prison aft he had been falsely convicted of died Majeek raised and placed an advertisement in Chicago newspaper offering Ji as a reward for the capture QJ the res An investigation showed a at her sous trigj On serving nearly lg A was wade from 3 Mansfield Men Die In Plane Crash AP Two Ohio businessmen and the mayor of are dead as a result of a plane crash near the former estate of ex Averill Killed in the crash Thursday were Charles 50yearold mayor of Mansfield and father of five James also of Mansfield and pilot of the and Edmund of McGinty formerly operated a siding business in Brumagin was president of Super of Cleveland and head of the Al Koran Shrine Band in Police said the singleengine lessna 172 Skylark had made an emergency landing on the Harriman apparently to get McGinty was try ing to take off on a dirt road at the time of the The plane hit a contin ued down the road some 175 hit more and then authorities McGinty and Brumagin died at the scene and Scott died five lours later in a Scott and McGinty left Mans field early Thursday and picked jp Brumagin at the Chagrin Palls Airport near Cleveland See PLANE Page 9 County Road Improvement To Commence Improvement of County Road within Mineral City probably will begin County Commissioners and Engineer Charles Young were scheduled to meet with the tractor and highway state offi cials this afternoon to work out final details on the estimated The project was originated July as part of the fed eral aided secondary road sys tem with the state acting as Approximately 50 per cent of the cost will be covered by federal The plan calls for erection oi a bridge and realignment of 500 feet of County Road 90 so as to provide an easier approach onto Route The county road is a connect ing link between Route 8 the new Rojjte bypass at New GuaibfirtoJ and will im prove trajffic into the Atwoo4 Lake resort area Joe SJfefifir Co ol Bridgeport was successful biddir on thje Mayor Charles Scott DennisonMan Hangs Self In Cell With Belt DENNISON Leroy Bur of 508 Logan was pronounced dead at Twin City hospital at last night af ter he was found hanging by his aelt in the village jail where he was lodged 3 hours earlier on an and battery charge filed by his Coroner Philip Doughten lias ruled suicide by hang Gene McClusky found Burdette in the cell about when he was leaving the sta The according to po had stood on a water pipe and looped his belt around his neck and through a bar near McClusky said Burdette was jailed after his wife claimed he was choking He added that Burdette had been drinking but was not given oxygen by firemen for 35 minutes in his cell was taken to the hospital in a Lindsey who is months said he hac beaten her on several occasions A neighbor substantiated her Born in a son oi and Laurell and Annis Wright Burdette of Uhrjchs he was a 1956 graduate o Uhrichsville High and had serv ed with the paratroopers J He was employed by Al bee Homes Surviving are his the former Kathryn Mosher of the home 2 Floyd of Gnadenhut ten and Laurell of Melbourne 2 Jacqueline am Diana of Gnadenhutten and his maternal grandfather Leotis Wright of Private services will be hel Sunday at 2 in Bottimer Funeral Home at Gnadenhutten with AGarey pf Burial will be in Wes Union Cemetery at Gilnjo Friends may call Saturday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 at the funeral Goldwater Is Among By JOHN CHADWICK WASHINGTON lent Johnsons bill to carry out his war on poverty has won Sen ate approval by nearly a 21 The battleground now shifts o the where the Rules Committee is expected to vote iarly next week on a similar roposal to be considered the bllowing The measure had come under leavy attack from Barry Goldwater of the Re publican presidential as a hodgepodge of programs reating only the not the of It seems designed to achieve he single objective of securing he said in a minority re port on the Although Goldwater did not enter into the two days of Sen ate debate on the a majority of the 33 Republican senators joined him in voting against On the 6233 roll call Thursday night that sent the bill to the 52 Democrats voted for and 11 against The Re publican lineup was 10 for and 22 Peter Dom the only absent GOP was announced as against Southern Democrats split about Before the million bill was two See Page 9 Dover Woman Wins Fair Trip An allexpense paid trip to New a day spending money for 3 days and a gali cocktail party sound like an viting experience for and and Albert Ma sarelli of 918 have received just Massarelli recently won first prize in Viviane Woodardi Worlds Fair Free tick ets were distributed to millions of customers of the cosmetic and makeup Early in July a drawing was held at the firms headquarters in Pano rama Massarelli and her hus band will fly by jet next Tues day to New That night a party and baiwpet will bs held in her honor with pany executives as MissareUis wiJJ stay m the Part Sheraton Hotel of tfee 50 winners m the contest WnS Majors of who received set of Canton Pony Stars In Rubber Match Here Tonight Page 17   

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