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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Writ to Pint In Phefography f HOME EDITION Crag largest Circulation hi Itecarawas County August Death Scene Viewing Will Be Requested The murder trial of James Moses of RD Do opened in Common Pleas Court Common Pleas Judge Lamneck is In addition to press repre only 6 spectators were in the courtroom when defense James Barn house and Clair open the session with 2 Most of the morning was in an attempt to seat a with Prosecutor Harlan Spies and his James plying prospective jur ors with detailed Spies informed the court that he intended to ask for a view ing of the alleged murder scene en a farm rented by Crago near Hoffman opened the trial by demanding that the bill of par ticulars filed on defense request by the prosecutors office be amended to show the specific He argued that the bill of particulars as now written would be a prejudicial if and when it was submitted to the jury with the Crago was charged in the in dictment with the seconddegree murder of Milton Swonger last March 28 After Barnhouse and Hoffman had been appointed by court as Cragos they filed a motion asking for a bill of par ticulars concerning the Spies filed a bill which stat ed that Crago had struck Swon ger on the back of the head with a cross pean sledgeham opening a deep wound that resulted in Swongers Judge Lamneck this morning overruled the defense motion af ter Spies had argued that bill of particulars was sufficient in itself and that Crago was hot charged under the bill of particulars but under the in Hoffman and Barn house later indicated they would agree to most of the details re counted in the bill concerning Swongers On The Inside Mars Is Next Target For 5 President Johnson Now Strictly On 18 Greek Beauty Is Crowned Miss Universe Page 13 Aerialist Is Killed In Detroit Fall page 10 Fourth Newcomerstown Policeman Quits Page 18 Tolotty and Meese Win TDGA Crowns 11 Around The 2 Dear Abby 19 Doctor 17 Doctor 17 Goren On Bridge 17 Hospital News 2 Horoscope 19 Obituaries 2 Sports ii 12 Television 14 Womens Pages 8 9 PHONE 7CEMIS Attack Brings Johnson Order Navy Is Bolstered Off Viet Nam 3 Motorists Charged In Phila Mishaps Three drivers were handed citations in 2 accidents investi gated by New Philadelphia po lice Saturday and One minor accident was reported at the Yesterday at po The second defense that the viewing of the scene would not take place until af ter opening statements by de fense and prosecution be com was upheld by Judge Lamneck as being ordinary court At noon the jury was tentatively comprised of 7 men and 5 Many of the 37 persons summoned for jury du ty admitted having read or heard of the alleged particularly The Daily Reporter story of April 4 based on a Cra go interview by writer Pete All told Thomas that read ing and hearing such stories would not prejudice them as One woman was excused after she said it would be im possible for her to accept a courts ruling that circumstan tial evidence in such a case wuld be grounds for She said she could not en dure again the emotional stress under which she was placed in another criminal trial in which circumstantial evidence was made grounds for The trial was delayed 10 min utes after the opening fense the clerlj Floyd Burdette of oil employe of Kohl Construction which is erecting the new horse arena at the is shown steady ing a power pole which toppled over there in this mornings brief Dover City Light De partment crews cleared the hot lines which fell across the vehicles shown in the Damage Is Minor In County Storm No major damage was report ed in yesterdays thunder and electrical although some disruptions of power and tele phone service were Flooding of some intersections in Dover and New Philadelphia developed yesterday afternoon when the black clouds opened up and dumped inches of rain onto the Another inches were re corded this morning in a brief Darrell district com mercial manager of General Telephone said this morn ing that approximately 150 tele phones were reported out of or caused by All manpower has been called out to restore Lightning also caused some damage to power lines and Fred Zimmer of the Ohio Pow er said scattered reports kept some employes busy until 3 At lightning struck Ohio Power lines along Route 8 just outside Dover and at a power pole was struck at Race and Slingluff knocking the transformer out and causing an outage in the The Sugarcreek area was pow erless for a few hours late yes terday afternoon when lightning burned through two Some trees were r lice said a car driven by Floyd of RD New struck one driven by Chad of 849 at the 3rd and 4th NW Foster was cited for failure to yield Two drivers were cited in a 3car smashup Saturday at at 3rd and Wabash Police said an auto driven by George 417 Grant stopped for a stop sign then proceeded into the striking a ve hicle driven by Dale of RD New The Zeigler vehicle then struck one driven by William Steis of RD Mineral Haskins was charged with fail ure to yield rightofway and Steis for having an expired op erators Don Bigler of 239 4th NW reported to the station that his auto had been struck by one owned by Elmer Garabrandt of 644 High in Eagles Lodge parking lot Saturday at Daniel Lippy Dies At Niles Daniel of prominent retailer with his started the Dan iels Store in New Philadelphia in died early today in a Niles He had been ill several years with a heart con dition and suffered another at tack on July Police Check Varied Calls Over Weekend New Philadelphia police were kept at a busy the weekend as they investigated theft and vandalism reports and a dog Eppie Willis of 847 2nd notified police Sunday at 4 that her con taining was How she later reported she had found Arlene Gintz of 835 Baker told police that kids were taking stone blocks from a fireplace disposal at her res idence and carrying them off Jerry Green of 1009 Ray reported someone had tak en a pot torch from in front of his residence sometime Saturday night and Ronald Barnish of 543 Miller reported the top part of her bird bath was taken Saturday Instead of reporting something Bill Hinig of 835 Hard esty told police he found 2 wool chairs in his back yard Sunday Jim Corder of 428 Ross told police he was camp ing out in his yard Saturday night and someone sliced holes in his of 245 4th was treated by a doctor Saturday afternoon after he was bitten by a dog owned by Roy Gallagher of 319 Park The owner was told to keep the dog tied 10 days for House Okays Military Pay WASHINGTON AP The without discussion and on a voice swiftly passed today a bill that will bring million m pay raises to most American servicemen and serv i County Road Pact Reached A 5monthold dispute between County Road and Bridge De partment workers and Engineer Charles Young ended Saturday when the workers voted to ac cept Youngs latest proposal on wages and working ranging from 10 to 20 cents per will show up in the workers paycheck immediately on Youngs offer to make the raises retroactive to July A compromise also was reached regarding an argument over seniority for regular em ployes in the which the workers Local had insisted should be included in the statements of working Last the workers had submitted a pay raise which differs only slightly in the scale finally agreed Following are the hourly rates by which the workers will be payed according to the job classification assigned them by The rates asked by the erator per hour For the 4 remaining classifi Young and the union agreed on raises equipment op erator equipment op erator and mason carpenter The rates paid up until now for these jobs ranged from to In the agreement signed by an authorized negotiating commit tee for the department em it is declared that This statement of employment conditions and wage scale shall become effective July and continue until modi changed or altered in any manner by agreement of the County Engineer and County Road and Bridge Department Negotiations for mod ification if shall be at 1 on the first Monday of March of each Young said today that he Enemy Boats Are Repelled By Destroyer WASHINGTON AP Pres ident Johnson has ordered US naval fojrces beefed up in the Tonkin Gulf off and has ordered them to stroy any force that attacks Johnson summoned reporteri to his office to tell them of the union in their last proposal are in Labor per hour equipment operator per hour and equipment last March had ended and noted that the statement of employment conditions has been approved by County Prosecutor Harlan Racing Faces 2 i By JOHN BECKLER WASHINGTON AP A Congress racing to adjourn in about three weeks faces two big hurdles this a controversial antipoverty measure and the foreign aid authorization frig Bills one passed earlier by the avoiding the necessity of having a joint conference to agree on a and then another round of Majority Leader Carl Abert of Oklahoma told the House the bill would be taken up Wednes completed who retired 10 years was instrumental in found Scientists Study New Moon Evidence ered the defendant had not as yet been brought by sheriffs deputies from the County dress a dark suit with The slightly defendant showed to before tamd In Lflko this pi m m Scientists began to sift the evi dence today of the most iropor font 13 minutes and 40 seconds ia the history of roans inquiry into the nature of the But those 13 minutes and 40 seconds may take years lye In thai short space of time Friday sseosd gamers waraup period dad ranger Ms Of ttiS Mm bjea SQ Uue m m M g ti fifc tot the tiniest pockmarks on the moons The smallest was only 18 inches across about the sie of 3 wash Today scientists planned to launch a detailed study of the more than other They hope to determine whether any part of the square miles photographed might be a f ood laiding site for manned They did jjo4 aauaaUoo ol first that signjljeani wll fes necessary to mowMUw sow feeing Voted tern Jte wiy tod jwt ii Tbise eaner u u m fowl m thj After Baas oj tmm ing other stores in Painesville and Niles and while he never lived in New Philadelphia he became a popular merchant there because of his weekly vi After the sale of Daniels to his soninlaw Warren Fuerman of Lippy still maintained a keen interest in business Last September he made a trip to Dover to attend a Retail Ad vertising Workshop sponsored by The Daily His ex perience in the retail field was Widely known and Survivors include his I ren Fuerman and Stanley ice House passage congressional action on the bill It now goes to the White House where President Johnson is ex pected to sign it quickly so the raise can begin The bill provides raises for all members of the armed serv ices except draftees and lowest ranking enlisted j day and a final vote would prob days to work on a ably come on The lead program aimed at breaking the ership is looking for a close vie poverty cycle for millions of and the Senate may c T take all week on foreign Jena e Republican Leader 6 Everett Dirksen of Illinois predicted spirited tussling in the Senate over the foreign aie He said he expects many additional amendments to be of fered beyond those already on Signer f am Uam of Warren and a brother Ben of Services wiU be on Arrangements are Sugarcreek Held To Grand Jury Merle Q ssjia of BD was feomd to Wind inofnjygg jjj Comty Jujy by treae TroMer fiJ Ji of guJIity My Area Church Leader Dies William Searles of elder and district president of the Reorganized Church of Je sus Christ of Latter Day died of a heart attack Saturday afternoon at the Temple Grove reunion grounds near He had not been ill previ ously and had celebrated his 4Jst birthday a week ago Elder Searles had visited this area a number of times and preached the first sermon in the new educational unit of the New Philadelphia church last He is survived by his widow and 3 Friends may call at Pavis Fu neral Home at 4154 Clark in WiUoughby tonight from 7 to 8 fast time and Tuesday from I Elders Elwood Smith William Rimes will offici ate at memorial services Tues day at 7 in the Kirtland BjjriaJ will be in Both houses will find time to act on other including pay raise legislation for federal workers and the armed serv and a bill aimed at pro tecting investors against stock Congressional leaders hope to be able to close up shop before the Democratic National Con vention opens 24 in Atlan tic and much de pends on how things go this President Johnson is banking heavily on passage of the an tipoverty officially known as the Economic Opportunity and Republicans are equal ly determined to defeat In hopes of speeding House leaders plan to shape the House bill as close as possible to The Senates progress on the foreign aid bill depends largely on Wayne who has vowed an allout fight to trim million from the Senate Foreign Relations Com mittees authorization of Morse has a block of amend ments and if he fights all the way on each one there is no tell a final vote may DAY lilGHTENii guy bams Nctown Rural Mail Move Is Abandoned Frank Bow RCanton said today the Post Office Department has abandon ed plans to consolidate New comerstowa rural route 3 with a Guernsey rural Many Newcomerstown residents pro tested the Bow Bow added that this means that existing vacancy in rural car rier force at Newcomerstown will be filled Johnson Signs Construction Sill WASHINGTON AP Pres a ident joJtasoQ signed today bill authorising njilitary construction this country and 4 separate appropriation to provide tfce jftwey for constriActiofe ift projects previously by ing when The House has already passed an authorization bill and it will have to be reconciled with the Then comes the actual appropriation of the money in a separate The house has passed one and will have to be worked out with whatever the Senate fi nally Other stumbling blocks to ad journment lie If the Senate adds a health care amendment to the Social Seeuri ty measure passed last week by the there will be trouble getting the bill to conference with the Then there is the always con troversial sugar which Harold chair mm of the House Agriculture invariably saves for late in the He has just begun action to bring a bill to the If the major business of the session is not completed by the chances are the tenders will caU 3 recess and come back soon as thg Djenj Ofirats complete the business of peeking presidential ajad vice presidential At ktite He said the orders were is sued Sunday in the aftermath of the assault on the US de stroyer Maddox by three North Vietnamese patrol torpedo Johnson said the commanderi of combat aircraft and destroy ers in the area where Sundays attack occurredin internation al been told to attack any force which attacks them m international water and to attack them not only with the obective of driving off the attack force but of destroying With emphasis in his the president said that these or ders will be carried As the commander in Johnson issued a whole seriei of instructions to the Navy To continue the patrols in the Gulf of Tonkin off the coast of North Viet To double the force by adding an additional destroyer to the one already on To provide a combat air patrol over the To issue the orders to drive off and destroy any force which attacks the According to the Maddox was on patrol in inter national waters about 30 miles off the North Vietnamese coast when three unmarked PT boats opened fire with torpedoes and 37millimeter The Maddox promptly coun tered with its own guns and called in four jets from the air craft carrier The Americans went un scathed but the destroyer and planes left one PT boat reported badly damaged and disabled in the the other two crip pled and retreating First word of the naval action reached Washington about 5 Washington time and Pres dent Johnson conferred with op advisers during the day at further news came Secretary of State Dean Rusk said The other side got a sting out of If they do it theyll get another he the ed 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