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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1964, Dover, Ohio Death Takes John Fitzgerald In Boston BOSTON AP John grandmother of the late President John fiedyvdled today at the age of She died at the home of her with whom she made her home in recent Fitzgerald never was told of the assassination of her President but her son Thomas I had a hunch she knew but we never talked about it The end came at At the bedside were her son and his two a parish priest who gave her the last rites of the Roman Catholic She had been in her usual suffering only the firmities of until Friday when she suffered a The widow of a onetime ton she watched the auguration and other ma events in the career of1 See Page I VOL 36 REPORTER DoverNew August 1964 7 CENTS Threat Cypriot Feud Is Boiling Again Communists BULLETIN Cyprus AP The United Nations command in Ni cosia said Saturday Turkish jet lighters made two separate strafing runs on Greek Cypriot positions around the embattled Turkish Cypriot village of Kok Itina in northwest A spokesman said three planes flew in low from the sea machine gunning Greek Cypriot Kokkina has been encircled by Greek Cypriot forces since about noon UNITED AP Turkey asked today for an urgent meeting of the Security Council to take up greek Cypriot attacks on Turk ish By HAL MCCLURE Cyprus AP key sent jet fighters over Cy prus again but ther remained Greece charged Turkey threatened air attacks on Greek Cypriot mili tary The planes swooped over the islands northwestern Where Greek and Turkish Cypri ots have been fighting for three After the Turks second straight show of air support for the Turkish the Turk ish ambassador in Ne dim went to see Foreign See Page 29 Crago To Take Stand Monday In Own Defense By Joe Woerdeman DaUy Reporter Staff Writer James Moses of RD will take the witness stand at 9 his at torneys said The 5dayold in which Crago is being tried for the sec onddegree murder of his neigh Milton March was recessed in mid afternoon Prosecutor Harlan Spies had objected to the testimony of the defenses first Samuel Judge Lamneck then summoned Assistant Prosecutor James and Cragos James Barn house and Clair into Following a 2hour delay the jury was called upon a defense Enterline was withdrawn as a witness for the time being and the case recess ed until Crago is expected to detail outlined by Barnhouse in the lawyers opening state ment last concerning the hitting of Swonger with a sledge Rarnaouse and Hoffman both have said their bespec tacled client has admitted strik ing ttje 200ppund Swohg er after tbe in an intoxi cated threatened to See Page 8 DAY BRICHTENER People usually are willing to meet each other halt but their judgments of distances BRIDGE SPAN One man was slightly injured and several maivhpyrs of work and cubic yards of concrete wasted when a bridge span on Interstate 77 slipped about q foot yesterday Walter of Tuscdrawas was treated in Union Hospital emergency room for a strained left hip after a knockout block1 atop one of the steel support beams sol laps ed snapping the ledger he working on lower Bolden ftII somt 20 yin Rock of 4Q9 Short who wai ing atop 9 laddtr itgnding alongside of Belden to reinforce the side of the escaped Both are employes of Ruhlin Construction of Other workers are shown using a fire hose from a Dover tanker es they began washing away the concrete before it The span is the last major proj ect to be completed in the 10mile section of IS 77 from Strasburg to Green Tht steel support beams are removed via the knockout blocks once the bridge is The bridge is located behind son Clay Products at Staff fbelo by Bob Movements Are Watched WASHINGTON AP authorities said today chances of a major expansion of the Vietnamese war appear to be They reported that there had been no so of mass troop movements in Communist China or North Viet And they said there had been no evi dence that Communist sea forces or planes were hunting South Viet focal point of the antiCommunist struggle in Southeast remained under virtual martial imposed Friday by Premier Nguyen Redeployment of beefedup strength in the South Pacif ic A squadron of su personic jet newly ar rived from the United stopped briefly in then headed for the Western Pacific and Southeast At the United Nations the Se curity Council invited both North and South Viet Nam to take part in debate on the situa tion in Southeast While optimistic that the sit uation would continue to officials did not rule out the possibility that it might take the communists a while to deploy See Page 29 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 88 Low 64 The Weather Elsewhere High Low cloudy 78 64 clear 94 66 clear 91 60 clear 92 61 Los clear 85 68 88 SO New cloudy 84 66 clear clear 83 66 96 63 TODAY T 65 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset 7n High 7S tew 55 Forecast fair and
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