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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - August 8, 1964, Dover, Ohio Death Takes Mrs. John Fitzgerald In Boston BOSTON (AP) - Mrs. John F. Fitzgerald, grandmother of the late President John F. Kennedy, died today at the age of 98 She died at the home of her son, Thomas, with whom she made her home in recent years. Mrs. Fitzgerald never was told of the assassination of her President grandson, but her son Thomas said, “I had a hunch she knew — but we never talked about it.” The end came at 8:10 a.m. At the bedside were her son and his wife, two nurses, a parish priest who gave her the last rites of the Roman Catholic Church. She had been in her usual health, suffering only the infirmities of age, until Friday when she suffered a setback. The widow of a onetime Boston mayor, she watched the inauguration and other majof events in the career of Presi- See MRS. FITZGERALD, Page 8 Daily Reporter VOL. 61. NO. 24.    36    PAGES. Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio. Saturday, August 8, 1964 7 CENTSWar Threat Lessens Cypriot Feud Is Boiling BULLETIN NICOSIA. Cyprus (AP) — The United Nations command in Nicosia said Saturday Turkish jet fighters made two separate strafing runs on Greek Cypriot positions around the embattled Turkish Cypriot village of Kok-kina in northwest Cyprus. A U. N spokesman said three planes flew in low from the sea Crago To Take Stand Monday In Own Defense By Joe Hocrdeman Daih Reporter Staff Writer James Moses Crago. 29, of RD J. Dover, will take the witness stand at 9 a m. Monday, his attorneys said yesterday. The 5-dav-old trial, in which Crago is being tried for the second-degree murder of his neighbor friend. Milton Swonger, on March 28. was recessed in midafternoon Friday. Prosecutor Harlan Spies had objected to the testimony of tile defense’s first witness, Samuel Enterline. Judge J. H. Lamneck then summoned Spies. Assistant Prosecutor James Thomas, and Crago’s attorneys. James Barn-house and Clair Hoffman, into chambers. Following a 2-hour delay the jury was called in. and. upon a defense request, Enterline was withdrawn as a witness for the time being and the case recessed until Monday. Crago Is expected to detail the story outlined by Barnhouse in the lawyer’s opening statement last Monday, concerning the hitting of Swonger with a sledge hammer. Barnhouse and Hoffman both have said their slender, bespectacled client has admitted striking the strong, 200-pound Swonger after the latter, in an intoxicated condition, threatened to See CRAGO, Page 8 DAY BRIGHTENER 3 People usually are willing to meet each other half way, but their judgments of distances ▼ary. Again Communists' Movements Are Watched WASHINGTON (AP) — HigB U.S. authorities said today chances of a major expansion of the Vietnamese war appear to be lessening. They reported that there had been no sign, so far, of mass troop movements in Communist China or North Viet Nam. And they said there had been no evidence that Communist sea forces or planes were hunting targets. South Viet Nam. focal point of the anti-Communist struggle in Southeast Asia, remained under virtual martial law, imposed Friday by Premier Nguyen Khanti. Redeployment of beefed-up U.S. strength in the South Pacific continued. A squadron of supersonic jet fighters, newly arrived from the United States, stopped briefly in Hawaii, then headed for the Western Pacific and Southeast Asia. At the United Nations the Security Council invited both North and South Viet Nam to take part in debate on the situation in Southeast Asia. While optimistic that the situation would continue to ease, U.S. officials did not rule out the possibility that it might take the communists a while to deploy See THREAT, Page 29 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 88    Low G4 The Weather Elsewhere High Low Pr. Boston, cloudy ..... 78    64    .. Cincinnati, clear ... 94    66    .02 Detroit, clear ...... 91    60    .. Indianapolis, clear . 92    61 Los Angeles, clear . 85    68    .. Miami, cloudy  88    80 New York, cloudy .. 84    66    .• Pittsburgh, clear ... 83    66    .. St. Louis, clear  96    63    .♦ TODAY 7 a.m.............. 65 RAINFALL Last 24 hours .. .06 inch TOMORROW Sunrise ........... 5:29 Sunset ............ 7:32 High 76    Low    55 Forecast: Fair and cooler. machine gunning Greek Cypriot fortes. Kokkina has been encircled by Greek Cypriot forces since about noon Saturday. UNITED NATIONS, NY. (AP) — Turkey asked today for an urgent meeting of the U.N. Security Council to take up greek Cypriot attacks on Turk ish Cypriots. B> HAL MCCLURE NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) —Turkey sent jet fighters over Cyprus again today but ther guns remained silent. Greece charged Turkey threatened air attacks on Greek Cypriot military positions. The planes swooped over the island’s northwestern coast, where Greek and Turkish Cypriots have been fighting for three days. After the Turk’s second straight show of air support for the Turkish minority, the Turkish ambassador in Greece, Ne-dim Ilkin, went to see Foreign See TURKISH, Page 29 BRIDGE SPAN SUPS. One man was sli injured and several man-hours of work and cubic yards of concrete wasted when a bridge span on Interstate 77 slipped about a foot yesterday afternoon. Walter Bolden, 38, of Tuscarawas was treated in Union Hospital* emergency room for a strained left hip after a "knock-out block" atop one of the steel support beams collapsed, snapping the ladder he was working on (lower right). Bolden fell some 20 feet. Melvin Rock of 609 Short St., who was working atop a ladder (still standing) alongside of Bolden to reinforce the side of the bridge, escaped injury. Both are employes of Ruhlin Construction Co. of Akron. Other workers are shown using a fire hose from a Dover tanker cs they began washing away the concrete before it set. The span is the last major project to be completed in the 10-mile section of IS 77 from Strasburg to Green Gables. The steel support beams are removed via the "knock-out blocks" once the bridge is complete. The bridge is located behind Robinson Clay Products Co. at Parral. (Staff Photo by Bob Sprankle). ;

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