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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - April 21, 1964, Dover, Ohio DHS Students Launch 'Surprise Attack' On Smoking After weeks of thorough preparation and “closed-door secrecy,” the Dover High Student Council launched a “surprise attack” on smoking this morning aimed primarily at non-smoking students and their parents. Council members and their committee—“Be Smart Don’t StarC’—posted signs throughout the hallways last night which (guest speaker Dr. Judson H. I consisting of Richard Haines, cynically depict current cigaret Reamy of Dover point out smok- varsity football coach, and stu-promotions.    ■    ing    and    its    relationship    to    a stu- dent leaders Ronnie Nixon, Sal- This morning as assembly of!dent’s health.    ly Ley, Dick Horn and Rose- all senior high students heard! Following his talk, a panel'mary Staider discussed the so cial aspects of smoking. This afternoon 5 representa fives of Student Council were to appear on the Dover radio station for a question and an swer discussion. Members of ver High students to discus* !he panel are Dana Savage, with their children what is hap-Trevor Buehler. Danny Marsh, pening at the school today,” Jim Carney and John Peters, (said Sophomore Corbin Miller, “I urge the parents of all Do-' See SMOKING, Page 2 The Reporter ... A Clear Independent Voice For The CountyThe Daily Reporter HOME EDITION VOL. 60. NO. 240.    26    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Tuesday, April 21, 1964 Serving Over 11,000 Families PHONE 4-2167 7 CENTS 8 Indictments Top Report After Grand Jury Studies Nuclear Cuts Murder Charge Against Crago Is Included Murder and manslaughter, both in the second degree, topped the 8 indictments returned yesterday by the Tuscarawas County April Grand Jury. John A. Larson of Stone Creek, chairman of the 15-member jury, reported to Common Pleas Judge J. H. Lamneck that a 5-day session had ended with the 8 indictments, including one secret bill, 8 no-bills and 2 continued cases. A total of 44 witnesses had been called. James Moses Crago, 29. of RD 2, Dover, will be arraigned on the second-degree murder charge in connection with the March 28 bludgeon slaying of Milton E. Swonger, 27. The indictment reads that Crago “unlawfully, purposely and maliciously” killed Swonger. Facing the manslaughter charge is John K. Reardon, 36, of RD I, Mineral City, for alleged responsibility for the traffic accident on Route 212, just off Route 8, in which his twin brother, James K., met his death April 13, 1963. A grand larceny charge has been lodged against John Mc-Nab, 36, of Jewett. The one-legged defendant was bound over to Grand Jury from Central County Court in early February after his arrest for allegedly stealing S146 in cash from the JNG Grill in New Philadelphia. Two of the indictments are for larceny by trick. Harry D. Hennis, 42, of 1920 N. Wooster Ave., Dover, is accused of taking $12,505 in checks from John F. Reicosky of RD 3, Dover, while acting as agent for the Franklin Insurance Co. Floyd G. Everhart. 20, of RD I, Hanoverton, will be arraigned for having passed a bogus check for $85 at Beaber’s IGA Food-liner in New Philadelphia on March ll. Robert D. Roberts of Uhrichsville will face 4 counts of writing checks totaling $200 from last Dec. 17 to Dec. 24 against The United Bank of Uhrichsville, without sufficient funds deposited there. Arthur Frame of 909 Lawrence Rd. SW, Canton, will be brought in on a charge of nonsupport of 3 children from last See GRAND JURY, Page 7 THE WORLD'S FAIR in New York is seen from a New York Airways helicopter, all ready for its Wednesday opening. Rising high in the middle is the Unisphere, the Fair's symbol. The Unisphere is the largest steel sculpture ever produced. Phila Firemen Destroy Home Deliberate burning of a Southside house in New Philadelphia last night brought to light recent removal of a family from the property. The city, according to Service Director William Stevenson, holds a 99-year lease on the property, which is located on the old Ohio Canal, and needed it because of sanitary sewer system being installed. Occupants of the home, which was built approximately 40 years ago and apparently without permission being obtained, were found another residence several weeks ago by Mayor Joseph Pritz. Stevenson said the Board of Public Works in Columbus was contacted before the removal action was taken. Firemen last night set fire to the house, which was of little value. Faces Non-Support Armond L. Triplett. 31, of Newcomerstown, was arrested yesterday by sheriff deputies on a non-support warrant filed in Southern District County Court. V RECESS HELPS CAUSE L__* Weathervane Council Business Has Varied Touch YESTERDAY High 62    Low    55 Elsewhere In U.S. Albuquerque, clear Chicago, rain ..... Cleveland, rain ... Los Angeles, clear Miami, clear ...... Ne\y York, rain ... Pittsburgh, rain .., St. Louis, rain..... San Fran., cloudy Washington, cloudy TODAY High Low Pr. Dover City Council spent ap- permit to Kenneth Rodgers, • • proximately 25 per cent of its who holds the lease on the new •2j> 2-hour session in recess Mon- Village Lounge which is expect-*68 f day night, but the “withdrawal” C(f to open soon in Miracle Lane did produce answers to 3 ques- plaza. Ward 3 Councilman AI- • • tions:    bert Campbell voted against the The lawmakers gave approv- .approval, a1 on the issuance of a D-2 Ohio They decided to table a utility Department of Liquor Control, committee recommendation for 62 56 51 66 77 47 62 83 54 58 34 49 41 50 74 39 56 1.13 62 .87 47    .. 45 .33 58 Jail 'Visitation' Discipline Asked 7 a.rn............. RAINFALL Last 24 Hours 1.7 inches TOMORROW Sunrise .......... 5:37 Sunset ........... 7:12 High 64    Low    52 Forecast: Cooler and cloudy. Jurors Favor Ex-Marshal In S60.403 Suit Area Spellers To Vie Friday Barbara Freshley, 13, The Grand Jury, as part of its report yesterday, called for disciplinary action by Common Pleas Court in respect to what was referred to as violation of ,    t    ■ Editor Harry Yockev discusses the Crago interview in an editorial on Page 4. f, •    -    •    • •    •••••••'    j County Jail visitation rules. Officials would not comment on what prompted the Grand Cope Still Tops In Voting For 'MaharajahRole Darrell Cope, representing the Dover Kiwanis Club, continues to lead in the contest to select a “Maharajah” for the forthcoming Union Hospital Auxiliary “High Fever Follies” May 6-7 in Dover High auditorium. Cope has 871 votes in the latest tabulation. Don Packer of the Dover Jaycees is runnerup with 301, and Bob Shrvock of Dover Exchange Club is third with 222. Voting stations are now at Bond’s Shoe Store in Dover and Gray Drugs in Miracle Lane Jury suggestion but it is believed to have been precipitated by The Daily Reporter’s exclusive interview with James Crago, indicted yesterday for second-degree murder in the death of Milton Swonger of N. Wooster Ave. Ext., Dover. The interview was published on Saturday, April 4. over Prosecutor Harlan Spies’ protest. The interview', in which Crago said he hit Swonger with a hammer after the latter swung at him during an argument. was obtained on the preceding Wednesday after Crago had been arraigned for the second time. Prosecutor Spies, after hearing reporter Pete Groh had talked with Crago, ordered The Daily Reporter not to print the interview and refused other news media permission to talk with the prisoner. The Daily Reporter, after See VISITATION, Page 7 the purchase of 9.43 acres of land to. the north of the present Waterworks property, permitting the finance committee to study a proposed $15,000 price tag. Gave approval to another utility committee recommendation 7th that a 10-inch water main be in-Grader, at Lexington School in stalled from the Crater Ave. 14- Stark County,    will be No. I in    lJn(;h    '"ain eas( 73?.fee‘ lo Par,k- lL ... ,, ,    ...    ...    dale    Dr. and an 8-inch main be the field of 38 contestants at the insta„ed from ,he ,0.jm.h n 18th annual Canton Repository sou|h ,„e exis(i *.inch line spelling bee Friday at 8 p.m.I- Parkview Dr in Timken High auditorium.    ti'    m u . u . nu Leslie Paulus. 13. 8th Grader    'nstallatmn    wdl    be at Tuscarawas-Warwick    and pa,d    crty' wlth,d*vf winner of The Daily Reporter's i"Per,J Splker    for    the county bee, will be No. 27. Run- ' 11 lnsla nerup of the local bee, Brenda Festi, 13, 8th    Grader at    Dover    ,A    Proposed rate for commorse Joseph's drew No. 25 as her I    c*a'    electric heating, also con- j starting position.    tained    in    a utility committee re-1 Other representatives from Por* presented by (hairman A jury of 4 women and 8 men the local bee will appear as fol- Wilbert Jentes, will be worked acted quickly yesterday to free lows: (13)—Patty Edgar, 12. 7th out by Arthur Hanenkrat, assis-a former Mineral Citv deputy Grader at (faraway; (31)—Mar- tant electric superintendent- and marshal from a 160,403 dam- I!3"1    'n    Calvla D™<‘r' hSht(°!fi“ clerk. Caraway    and (34)—Christine    Jentes also reported his corn age suit begun in Common DiDonato, 13, 8th Grader at mittee had approved the hiring Pleas Court last Wednesday. Dennison Immaculate Concep- of the Ohio Drilling Co. to re-A vote of IO to 2, after 30 tion.    See    CITY    COUNCIL, Page IO minutes of deliberation, exonerated Harry F. Conner of 116 Reeves Ave., Dover. Attached to the favorable verdict was also a IO to 2 affirmative vote to the question as to whether Conner was acting as police officer on an emergency call at the time    of    the traffic accident on Common    Pleas Judge Ray-    directed against him and not the Nov.    9.    i960, from which thelm°nd Riee    loday ordered that    principals. Stocker! and Waltz.) suit evolved.    2 mechanics liens against gas T.    ,    .    . „ ji.* .*    ,1    The    decree    had    accompanied Wilfred N Kennel of ru»vn. wells owned bv Mrs. Mary Con- ,    .... land has asked the damages for r°y* president of the Hellion 1 10 Petltlon W Conroy in injuries he claimed to have sus- Petroleum Co. of Alliance on 5 which she asked for a specific tained when Conner, while acres in York Township, be re- performance of an oral agree-chasing a speeding auto on moved from the County Record- ment which she claimed Stocker! made with her on Feb. 6 after a dispute arose concerning the drilling of a well on the New Industry Drive Opened For Twin City By Virginia Addison Reporter Staff Correspondent UHRICHSVILLE - With more than 300 Twin City residents facing loss of jobs in the .near future, civic leaders last night launched plans for a survey which they hope will attract new industry to the area. Spearheading the project is the Dollars for Industry Committee of the Twin City Community Projects and National Clay Week Council Inc. The committee, chaired by George Craiglow, met last night in Buckeye Hotel to discuss the 1 survey. “Our area is facing a serious situation,” Craiglowr said. “Nine weeks ago the Pennsylvania Railroad announced it is removing its local facilities and only a few maintenance workers will be retained here. That will mean an immediate loss of 250 jobs. “Uhrden Inc., which employs 40 persons, will be moving to its new plant at Sugarcreek and 4 stores, with a total of 20 employes, are closing. “In face of these economic blows the city and village governments should have acted.” Craiglow said that, according to Ohio Department of Development statistics, loss of 300 jobs means $1 million less in personal income for Twin City residents, 350 homes, 350 autos. $1,200,000 in retail sales and. most important, a reduction of 230 in other jobs. “I wonder if our people realize where we stand?” he asked. "The area has a bad name and we haven’t done anything to make people forget the 1920’s.” During last night’s meeting ii was pointed out that industry requires good city government, streets, hospital, munici- May Aid U.S., Soviet Moves By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER WASHING I ON (AP) -— A further improvement in U.S.-Soviet relations should result from the newly announced plans of President Johnson and Premier Khrushchev to cut back production of nuclear explosives, Washington officials    said    today. The hope in    government    Jf. quarters here is that such moves, which have been build-    JC ing up now for several months, VrfWw U I Cif Cfi —Create a more favorable at- By Russians mosphere for disarmament ne- " —Brighten the prospects for Is Key Topic actual East-West agreement to bring the nuclear    arms race    By    JOE    HALL under control.    WASHINGTON    (AP)    —    U.S. Initiate measures to dis- and Soviet announcements of : coura6e surprise attack.    ,mallei plans t0 redllce produc. Disarmament by internation- tion of nuclear weapons mate-al agreement, however, will re- rial brought questions from .quire international inspection somp mfmbfrs f c arrangements in the Soviet Un- ,    .... ion as well as in the Western ( d* as to v i^ov‘e* k,()od faith countries, according to long - C0ldd he checked, standing U.S. policy. So far, no Comment at the Capitol tend-breakthrough is in sight on this ed to split on partisan lines, critical inspection issue.    Republicans    said it appeared The production cuts an- an informal agreement had nounced by Johnson and Khru- been reached lacking provisions shchev Monday, with coopera- for inspection and verification, tion from Britain as the other Many Democrats approved the main nuclear power, do not re- decision President Johnson an-quire inspection and so far as nounced Monday in an address is known were decided prima- to the annual luncheon of The rily for internal reasons.    Associated Press for newspaper Certainly in the case of the publishers in New York. They United States, the President stressed belief that it was based made clear that this country no on conclusions of American mil-longer needs to produce pluto- itary authorities that the United ilium and enriched uranium — States no longer needed to add See NUCLEAL* CUTS, Page IO to its stockpile of nuclear weap- ! ons material. The President’s action requires no formal approval by Congress but undoubtedly will iiiiPTnicuir 11?    'a'h. v    f^ure    in    floor    debates    later on URI II. V ILLE Ai thor E    | military    policy    and    budgets. Jost, 27, of 613 Parrish St. this    .    . j j ii u    Miortlv after Johnson s an- morning dropped all charges nouncem(.nl. the whi|e ,louse against Orv.lle Seanght. Penn- d,sdos(.d |ha, s|nce |as, 0ct „ - Sylvania radroad engineer. when ,h„ nuc)ear te„.ban (rea( IN    J    AII*    Thc    Char(?e,s    had beJen fdod became effective, the United Recorder Office d^ sri? Khas alized and his car demolished &ee ‘FAITH’, Page IO l\    I    ■    ^ I J when it was struck by a train * ________ Krpalfin r rnhPfl    on the Mum St. crossing. Jost    ; LM UUm.l I    I    UU UU    ha(] charged the train was speeding. Yesterday. Atty. Lawrence Dov(,r _ A, 9 4(l p m 512 Burns, representing the railroad ..    ....... • a i j a    oil    Seneca Dr. where the William had contacted Mayor Robert Croniser for a 'Continuance of! van residence had a gas the case which was to have leak. Firemen stood by until the been heard at ll a m. today. gasman arrived. Railroad Crossing Charges Dropped See NEW INDUSTRY, Page 2 Fire Runs 2 In Liens Canceled Money Dispute Theft of keys, $10.50 and a copy of a deed from the office of County Recorder Ted Underwood is under investigation today by sheriff deputies. It is reported, but not confirmed, that a suspect has been picked up for questioning. Deputy Earl (Lefty) Dorishc said there were no signs of forcible entry and that the money was taken from a cash drawer. Underwood said the keys were for a filing cabinet and a new copy machine. The photo copied deed. Underwood said, had been brought into the office about 4 last night by Atty. George Demis of Uhrichsville. U. S. Air Claims Rejected By Cuba Window Shot Up Dover police investigated a vandalism report yesterday at 7:55 am. when a resident on Wills Ave. stated that someone using a BB gun had shot holes in a window.    i Route 8. north of Mineral City. *‘r’s files. had first smashed head-on into    Atty. M. Paul Redinger of a tractor-trailer and then spun Dover agreed in court thai the and hit the left front of Klep- wrong property had been desig-pel s auto.    nated in liens filed April IO by Kleppel had charged Conner Walter Stockert of Stockert with excessive speed on the Drim Co and EvereM Waltz, rainy h.ghway, reckless driving ib()lh Strasburg. and improper passing. He    8    . claimed, against Conner’s    Attys. James I atrick and strong protest, that the police ^an*el Lehigh had filed a decruiser did not have its siren cree forcing Redinger, who had and flasher lights operating. filed the mechanics liens for Even prior to arguments by I Stockert and Waltz, to appear in    WASHINGTON    ( AP)    -    Sen- counsels, Judge J. H. Lamneck| court to show cause as to why    ate    Democratic    leader    Mike had charged the jury that, if the liens should not be canceled Mansfield of Montana said toil found Conner to be a police and discharged.    day he expects the first amend- officer operating a police ve-    (Reducer commented in court    ments to the civil rights -bill hide on an emergency call, the; today that he could not under- be called up for debate Wedues-verdict had to be in his favor, stand why the decree had been day. S«*<* LIENS. Page 2 News Briefs County Road Check Slated County Commissioners announced today that they will tour the county tomorrow with a state inspector to cheek mileage in the county and township road systems. The determination of mileage m each system, they explained in turn determines the amount of refund in tax money to those systems. Township trustees have bael) advised to meet with the touring party a1 designated points according to the following time schedule. Auburn. 9:45 a rn.; Oxford, IO; Fairfield, 10:30; Clay. IO:45; Jefferson, ll: Mill. 11:15; Franklin. 11:30: Perry, li:45; Goshen, 12 noon; Ric h, t p m ; Salem. 1:15: Dove). 1:30. York. J:45: Wayne, 2. Union. 2:15: Warwick, 2 30:    Washington. 2:45; Warren, 3. Bucks. 3 ’5; Sugarcreek, 3:30; Lawrence, 3:45, and Sandy, 4 p.m. HAVANA (AP)—The Castro I government Monday night rejected U.S. claims to the right to send reconnaissance planes over Cuba and warned that it will defend Cuban air space. Foreign Minister Haul Boa signed a threatening note to the U.S. government after Washing-: ton warned that its planes will continue to fly over Cuba and that use of Soviet missiles against them would create “a highly dangerous situation.” Iii his note, delivered to Swiss Ambassador Emil Stadelhofer for transmission to the United States, Roa replied: —“The U S. government would bear responsibility exclusively for creating this dangerous situation by violating national air space and ignoring international law.” —"The government of Cuba does not recognize any right claimed by the U.S. government for such violation and rejects entirely its note of March 27, 1964. in which it ratifies cynically its aim to maintain these spying flights over Cuban territory.” —‘‘These blackmailing and threatening statements will not frighten thc Cuban people or prevent them from defending with dignity and courage their sovereignty and their rights.” Roa said the Cuban government “has protested repeatedly against these flagrant violations of Cuba’s sovereignty and the most elementary principles, of international law which endanger international peace and se* curdy.” Prime Minister Fidel Castro had warned in a speech Sunday night that Cuba would no longer tolerate violations of its sovereignty by American planes and See Ct.AIMS, Page 7 Aiouitd The World ............ lo-- Dear Abby .................... 15 Dr. Alvarez ................. 17 Dr. Crane .............. 15    DAT Gorin On Bridge.............. 17    JZ f ^i ^ i iTrMFP -Ar /v Wtuarie? .......... 2    v    -V—*<v S ,rt*.      ll    *    12    .    .    .    .    , ... ,    ..    .lunes soul .lines fail lo cou- Te avision ........... 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