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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                8 Are WASHINGON COURT OWo ionsalt ttte occupants of two carsdied instantly late day iff a terrific head0fl ion that ranks as one of the worst to Ohios traffic The crash occurred on a slight curve of Ohio miles north of here and near the I Madison county Four young residents of nearby in one car and four elderly residents of Wilmington were the Impact of the crash was heard at a great ties and must have come without warning to either The victims were identified as Robert Larry drive of one of the and Ms George Kenneth Bliss and Richard 20 John Frank the other and his Mariet Nicholas and wife Mary Vandervorts hands were slfll on the steering wheel of the car after workers of a wrecking using cutting torcftes and wrecking finally tangled the wreckage to remove the bodies several hours after the The accident pened at ing officers Traffic Collisio Officers said there were no skid matte on indi cating the collision came with out A preliminary they indicated the bound car carrying the four young men had crossed over into the southbound Vandervort and his party had TopNotch Reporter Photography Makes A Better Newspaper VOL 18 been visiting relatives in South Madison and were returning to The Highway Patrol said that since it began keeping records many years there had been only five other similar traffic crashes which took as many or more It was the worst smashup of the Ten persons were killed in tawa on Ohio in smashup July and eight persons were killed in a biana County on Ohto on among more recent serious traffic Bodies of the victims were taken to nearby funeral IITFIl HOME EDITION largest Circulation In Tnscarawas County Dover New August 7J964 Serving Ovar PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Red China Buildups Reported At Crago Trial States Case Is Rested BULLETIN In a surprise move shortly be fore noon Prosecutor Harlan Spies rested the states case against James Moses Cra He had called his last Joan sec to Mayor LeMoyne Lu to describe details of the deposition Crago reportedly Defense counsel is ex pected to open its case this af By Joe Woerdeman Daily Reporter Staff Writer Milton Swonger died of penetrating head That was the opinion given by Robert patholo gist at Union who per formed an autopsy on Swongers body on March 29 after he was allegedly slain by James Moses Hastedt opened todays testi mony in Common Pleas Court as Cragos seconddegree mur der trial entered its fifth He was that states 23rd wit The in answer to Prosecutor Harlan said it was his opinion that Swonger was killed with one blow from the striking edge of the sledge hammer Crago admitted ly While the jury and some 30 spectators listened Hastedt described the wound in the upper back part of Swon gers head as being diamond shaped and 1 x inches in Hastedt said that a person would not move under his own power after receiving such a he could have lived from several min utes to half an hour after the blow was The doctor said the upper back portion of the victims skull had been laid with the penetration about 2 A second would at the base of the pathologist deter mined was caused by the bone of the skull being forced up through the A Wood test made during the post Hastedt revealed See CRAGO Page 9 School Transfer Issue Is Filed The resolution to have the transfer of the Stone CreekJef ferson Local School District to the New Philadelphia School District placed on the 3 ballot was filed today in County Board of Clerk Victor Turner said the resolution was submitted by the County Board pf Education which had passed it test The proposal lop the school transfer was mjde through a petition signed by 203 electors from tbe Stong Creek School Pistrict and submitted to of ollowing an interview with AI en Baker of He is a white men were arrested by the member of the Tuscarawas Val FBI Thursday conned tion with the slaying of a Wash Negro educator who was killed by a shotgun Street Work Continue poyer Service Pirgctsr Bjaj today at SM Pepaftoxeai crews wiJJ feggla Mow to raise on wooster tbe tea Border Force Is Continuing On Full Alert By BARRY SCHWEID WASHINGTON AP The Vietnamese border crisis appeared to ease today as another night passed without a Red attack from the But there were continuing reports of and Chinese buildups in the explosive Southeast And although the only Peking response to the air strike against North Vietnameses PT boat fleet has been a torrent of flaming President the rest of Washington offi A disappearing American that of the farm family loading shocked wheat onto a was relived yesterday on the Dayton Klansmen Held In Death cite EdttorV note The following Jts important place The in industry and agriculture as corwe know it today did not just Bert but was slow and article was written by Daily Reporters Dundee blast as he drove through a ru ral Georgia Commissioner Giriard Hawkins said one of the four 28 admit ted complicity in the death of Lemuel an Army reserve lieutenant colonel slain July Hawkins said Lackey implicat ed the The FBI identified the men as Ku Klux They were held in jail under bonds of 000 each after arraignment be fore Hawkins on charges filed under the new Civil Rights State authorities looked into the possibility of filing murder charges against a gas day and Sunday at the Fair grounds in He has built and displayed a model thresh The tradition and history of Tuscarawas County has been one of honor and merit from its founding down to the present station attendant a garage Herbert operator Cecil William a picker and and Joseph Howard a all of A deputy sheriff from Madi son County appeared at the Clarke County jail here with murder but said See Page 5 no 90 64 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 82 Low 52 HTB7 A E1V VVIWtilllVll ftlvafcnllliiKtS High Low elear 98 73 clear New cloudy cloudy i San dear TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours mm TOMORROW High 80 Lj9WfiJ Forecast Partly cloudy and Specht farm on Crooked Run The wheaT Shown are Dayton Specht tractor will be used in demonstrations Saturday and Dayton Specht and Roy Slater on the wagon and Sunday at the Pioneer Power AI and Ed Specht handling the STEAM THRESHING SET AT FAIRGROUNDS American Scene Relived ley Pioneer Power which exhlbition Polish Dead WARSAW AP Alexander president of Po land since died the Polish press agency Cause of death was not giv Unofficial sources said he had a member of the ruling Communist party polit underwent a major opera tion April 16 by a team of ab dominal surgeons headed by a Hermon Taylor of Medical sources at the time said Zjiwadski had ailment of the digestive painful have been the changes in the last half from the days of the early to many now living were known the good These were the days in late the old steam traction engine and thresher could be seen at work in every neighbors joined together as a team to harvest the To turn back the clock to an almost forgotten a group known as the Tuscarawas Val ley Pioneer was organized It will stage its first exposition at the Fair grounds Saturday and The purpose of the association is to further promote Eckert Resigns At First Federal Kenneth Eckert of 629 E Uth second vice pres ident of First Federal Savings Loan today announced his effective Aug who has been asso giated with the firm approxi mately 8 said his plans for the future V and encourage the preservation of antiquei power equipment and to stimulate the public apprecia tion of antique The men responsible for these displays of oldtime power ma chines arethe last remnant of pioneer They primarily wish to convey to the and especially to the younger the steam traction which has served us so faithfully for more than a cen and has been so influential in the development of our na The steam traction a machine basically simple in de with large and fully ex posed moving developing its horse power is al ways an intriguing A re ciprocating steam unlike See Page 9 Security Council Gets Session Call UNITED The Security Coun cil was called into session this afternoon to approve an invita tion to North and South Viet Nam to take part in debate on the new crisis in Southeast Word that the council was summoned indicated that an ar gument about wording of the in vitation to the rival regimes had been Diplomatic sources said coun The Drain The last of a luckless trio of Texas Tower radar platforms off the Atlantic Coast was un der tow to a New Jersey scrap heap Texas Tower III was stationed 30 miles off Nantucket on a shoal 50 feet Ten tons of explosive tore it loose from its three giant legs Thursday after ton platform ocean with a mighty splash but it had been packed with flotation material to keep it from Lipsett division of the Luria Brothers of New York will salvage the scrap metal from the Demolition of the one of two built in The dropped to the marked the end of a Air Force project that cost 29 Fourteen Air Force crew men and an equal of civilian workers were killed when a tower plunged into the ocean 70 miles off New Jersey in a 1961 The first erected 110 miles off Cape sank after salvage attempts last Septen One civilian workman died when a cable snapped during Ten years ago the towers promised five extra minutes of warning against attack by ene my Advances in mis sile warfare reduced minutes to towers became the five and the cil President of Norway Sivert proposed Nielsen calling them North Viet Nam and South Viet The Soviet Union insisted that the Communist government be addressed as it calls itself the Democratic Republic of Viet The United States said in that case the proWestern south ern state should be called the Republic of Viet Preoccupation with such de tails indicated tensions were easing in the crisis resulting from North Vietnamese torpedo attacks on warships in the Gulf of Tonkin and retaliatory air strikes by the United Once the niceties of protocol are agreed Nielsen planned to convene the 11nation perhaps this to give the invitation a formal his fingers Government forces and their American advisers along South Viet Nams heavily reinforced northern frontier were reported in dispatches today to have been anticipating a massive Red at tack in But opera tions officers said only rou tine fighting was reported throughout South Viet The Souh Vietnamese forces remained on full alert near the frontier but American advisers with the governments first divi sion at Gia Linh expressed doubt the North Vietnamese would launch an If they had they would have hit us one way or another by said William McMullan of Long Is A senior Ameri can adviser with the North Viet Nams capi was reported by a Japanese businessman to be very Nationalist Chinese military sources in said today that Red China sent nearly 100 Sovietbuilt MIG fighters to Thursday to reinforce North Viet Nams air The sources said their infor mation came from intelligence American military intelligence sources in Hong Kong said there was nothing to See RED Page 9 Khanh Decrees General State Of Emergency By MALCOLM BROWNE South Viet Nam Nguyen Khanh decreed a state of emergency today and ordered general mo bilization of manpower and re sources with a declaration that the coming weeks will be de in South Viet Nams struggle against the Commu Military courts were empow ered in this offshoot of the Tonkin Gulf crisis to impose summary death sentences on all saboteurs and black market with no right of A tense night passed quietly on the northern frontier and American advisers with the Vi etnamese 1st Dvision in that danger zone said they doubted that the Communist North Viet namese would attempt an inva But reinforced defense units kept up a sharp watch all along See Page 9 Resolution Given Okay By Congress PAY BRIGHTENER No ever few words TT Check 2 Thefts ttofts were reported ta jwiwe oi ffl w to jjflijj snynftnnp WfaJBIi It at the fiastoam kea WASHINGTON AP Con gress voted overwhelming ap proval today of the resolution backing President Johnsons ac tions in the Southeast Asian cri First the on a 4140 roll and then the Senate adopt ed the resolution in a display tp the world of bipartisan unity behind Johnsons firm military response to attacks by Commu nist North Vietnamese on The Senate vote was 88 to One Incident At Park Dance Dover City Park dances re in the there were pro tests against the resolution from Wayne and Ernest Morse said it was giving son blanket authority to wage Gruening as did that All Viet Nam is not worth the life of a single American In the there was no outright but Adam Clayton voted present when his name was asked by newsmen to explain his said I have always been a I have been for 34 years as a But when my country is lutely in danger as in time ol then I will support The resolution had the port of Republican as well as Democratic This is one of those i 1 i fef J i sr GOING mm 8f I flir MpijBi m majv In Cf the 77 fymk ies will sumed last night with only one minor incident marring the ioyment of the usual crowd of I1 approximately 700 poimcal persuasion unite The involving 4 New oyr m Philadelphia youths with firechief S3ld crackers and exploding cigar was quickly ended by formed police officers and reation Director Dale Swinder There were no charges but the boys parents were scheduled to talk with Mayor at LeMoyne Luthy The 3 officers reported the carcheck at the gate was com pleted without creating a traf fic jam resulted w 8 or 3 Carroll County cars bejag tujro City jolficiais this myoroing pressed sattefaetim witfe th See Page ON THE INSIDE Tbs World Dear GOT ea Obituaries Spjorts f ft 17 f if I   

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