Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - April 27, 1964, Dover, Ohio
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Over 600 Man Hours Are Needed Each Day To Produce The Reporter
Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County
Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Monday, April 27, 1964
Serving Over 11,000 Families
VOL. 60. NO. 245. 20 PAGES.
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SEVEN MONTHS OLD. Fischer quintuplets of Aberdeen, S. D., are pictured in their home after it was revealed that the family doctor now believes 3 of the infants to be identical. James Andrew (center) is surrounded by his sisters, Mary Margaret, Mary Catherine, Mary Magdalene and Mary Ann (clockwise from left). The quints were born last Sept. 14 to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fischer. Mary Margaret, Mary Catherine and Mary Magdalene are believed to be identical.
MONEY BUG. County coin collectors, also known as ^Numismatic Bugs," staged their annual show Sunday in New Philadelphia Elks auditorium, drawing a large number of entries and visitors. Tom Haley of Dover won the "Best of Show" award, a silver John Fitzgerald Kennedy Memorial Medal. Shown admiring Mrs. Dale Walton's (second from right) money bug are Ken Hill (left) of New Philadelphia, Mrs. Leroy Vaught of Canton, Jennie and William Green, William Bed-dows, Ralph Buterbaugh and Harold Arnold, all of New Philadelphia. Thirteen category awards also were presented and 181 coin lots were auctioned.
Crago Asks For Attorney
Apology Is Offered For Frenzel Letter
James Moses Crago, 29, of HD 2, Dover, arraigned this morning in Common Pleas Court, asked for appointment of a defense counsel in his case.
Previously Att. Danny Johnson, president of the Tuscarawas County Bar Assn., had announced that Crago, who is charged with the March 28 slaying of Milton E. Swonger, would be defended by Attys. Russell Bowers and Arthur Limbach.
However, though the 2 lawy
ers were present in court this morning, Crago told Judge J. H. Lamneck that he had no counsel and asked for the court to appoint one since he had no means of his own.
Presumably, Bowers and Lim-baugh were appointed by the County. Bar Assn. to protect Crago’s rights before a Grand Jury arraignment. However, they did not represent Crago at the time of his original arraignment on the murder count
in Northern District County Court before Judge Charles Eckert. At that time, he was not represented by an attorney and said he did not want counsel.
Lamneck deferred arraignment until an attorney is appointed.
Among 6 other persons arraigned today was James J. Eiler of 327 W. 9th St., Dover,
See CRAGO, Page 6
Al Bricker, chairman of the City Democratic Committee of New Philadelphia, today issued an apology in behalf of Joseph W. Frenzel, Democratic candidate for sheriff “to those who misunderstood” a letter sent to Protestant ministers in behalf of his candidacy.
Bricker’s statement read as follows:
“There are some persons, even a few pastors, who have read some unintended inferences into a letter I sent last week to Protestant clergymen in behalf of Joseph W. Frenzel, a Democratic candidate for sheriff.
“I wish to clarify several things. The letter was not sent by the New Philadelphia Demo-
After an hour-long hassle over legal technicalities, Common Pleas Judge J. If. Lamneck today took under advisement the matter of removing the annexation issue of Dennison to Uhrichsville from the May primary ballot.
Dennison Mayor Donald G. Huston, acting as a private citizen, had filed through his attorney, Arthur Limbach, a writ of mandamus against the County Board of Elections members and clerk requiring them to appear today to show cause why I he annexat ion ballot should not be removed.
All 4 board members, along with Clerk Victor Turner, appeared with their counsel. Prosecutor Harlan Spies. Huston did not appear.
Spies advised the court that the last of the board members had been served with notices to appear in court only a few moments prior to the time set.
The prosecutor then made an oral motion to dismiss the mandamus on grounds that it was 1 an improper action filed against improper parties.
Spies argued that members of ‘ Dennison Council, and not the | ^
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Liquor Agents Hit Breehl's Nite Club
Mrs. Clementine Breehl, owner of Breehl’s Nite Club at 622 S. Broadway, New Philadelphia, was cited for Sunday sales and Sunday consumption of malt liquor by Canton agents who raided the bar yesterday afternoon.
According to William Galayda, director of the Ohio Liquor Board of Control, Mrs. Breehl will appear before the Liquor Commission since no arrests were made.
Two persons were slightly injured as the result of a 2-car accident at 2:30 Saturday afternoon on E. High Ave. and 8th Dr., New Philadelphia.
Police cited Woolson IT. Davis, 65, of 844 S. Broadway after his auto struck the rear of a car operated by Anna M. Be van, 48. of 221 2nd St. NE.
The woman was treated in Union Hospital for a sprained back and neck, while a passenger in her car, Helen Arbogast, 64. of 314 E. 1st St., Uhrichsville, was treated for a sprained neck.
Cars driven by James A. Cole, 53, of Newcomerstown and Jeffrey L. Gibbs, 20, of Uhrichsville collided at 3:16 Saturday, afternoon on Front Ave. at 6th St. SW. Police cited Cole for failure to signal for a turn and Gibbs for passing on the right.
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Inouiries Made In Coaching Job
Dover School Supt. Emmet Riley said this morning that several inquiries have been received relative to the opening for a high school basketball coach, created last week with the resignation of Jack Swinderman.
Riley said that applications for the job will be received at the administration office.