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Dover Daily Reporter Newspaper Archives Feb 25 1961, Page 1

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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1961, Dover, Ohio The daily reporter class a league 196061 All see Tus Carama the daily reporter february seven family flees Home fire 5 admit robbing night watchman an automobile License plate left at the scene of the crime led to the arrest of 5 area men who Are charged with the assault and Rob Bery of David night watchman at the Everhart Coal in re Early thursday four of tie men were held to the grand jury yesterday by county judge Charles Eckert after pleading guilty to multiple charges in the they were Daniel of 113 w 16th held under a total of Bond on charges of assault with intent to malicious in entering upon land with in Tiern to Page 6 for photo tent to robbery and Lar Albert of Shanks Theodore of Tuscarawas ave and Raymond of re All held under a total of Bond for and entering upon land with in tent to steal arrested by sheriffs deputies but not formally charged yet was Gary Davis of re All arc in county jail in lieu of according to sheriffs the 5 drove out to the com Pany following a tour of several Dover they went to new Harts restaurant at about 3 and then decided to stage tic Rob taking Davis they parked on a Hill overlooking the Home of he elderly Sewell then went to the knocked on gym Peers door and told him he was a relative of one of the Coal company employees and had run out of the watch Man got a can from a and pumped Sewell some Gas Sewell then offered to pay him a Templer returned to his Home to get change and Sewell then hit him from Davis then entered the Home and struck the watchman and they All fled in the car with the Money Box and Gimp see 5 Page g Carmola testify at trial John Bradley daily reporter staff writer Nicholas former Dover and Mike oper Ator of a Dover dry cleaning testified for the state yesterday at the bribery trial of Fred common pleas judge John Lamnick recessed the trial yester Day afternoon until 9 it is expected to end operator of the Stag billiards at 227 Tuscarawas is charged with 7 counts of he is accused of buying gambling Protection from Dover mayor Clifford Nigro was on the witness stand from 9 until 2 Carmola was a lat afternoon defense Ralph Ross of can Cross examined Nigro for about 2 following the noon recess he questioned Nigro about his relationship with the Ohio attorney generals his contacts with the mayor and pan the following Are excerpts from you Werc living in who paid your Bills attorney generals of often did you see these men from the attorney generals Day Many times did you go to the mayors office told you 15 or 20 on the inside Goren on Bridge 12 Hospital news obituaries 7 around the world 10 sports 15161718 women Page 8 9 did you go that Many times of those times was at the mayors did you do with the you said the mayor gave you took it showed it to my wife and Mother and paid some Bills the next you show it to any pub Lic officials told Hagloch about he is the former editor of the daily the mayor give you the Money or was it a loan told you he unwrapped it from kleenex and told me to Lake you sign a said he went to the mayors that he wrote a note stating he had borrowed from Clifford Froelich and that he would pay it Back at his convenience or As soon As the defense lawyer showed in Gro a photostatic copy 01 a note and asked if he had written and signed he replied thut he it stated that Nigro Aad borrowed from Froelich and that it was to be repaid As soon is it a matter of fact that you tried to get the mayor to come to your House to trap him it a matter of fact that Mike Carmola was your agent believe you m1 that Paul Knisely came to Youhouse and was a gentleman and offered you Money to keep want it a matter of fact that Paul Knisely feared you didst you threaten to bomb his Home you threaten to Burn see Page 6 Dominic Chitti gratefully holds the 2 and Becky who she had just rescued from the blazing second floor of their Mooreville inset discovered the fire and alerted his 5 vehicles involved in new Phila crash a truck and 5 other vehicles were involved in an Accident Fri Day afternoon on Tuscarawas new in new Philadelphia when the truck Driver suffered insulin reaction and Harry of re Cambridge want Hurt in the crash but was transferred from Union Hospital to Cambridge hos Pital for treatment of a diabetic turn to Page 9 for pictures police chief Louis Clark said Little was unable to recall where he had made deliveries Pri or to the which he also did not realize had police said Little was driving his truck South on Tuscarawas when it first hit a parked car owned by Floyd Hinig of 202 4th the truck continued on for approximately 150 feet and struck a car driven by James of 221 Beaver a daily reporter and sales Man who was waiting in a line of traffic to make a left turn into a private drive at 407 Tuscarawas the truck continued on to five Points travelling across the inter Section of 7th and High and hit another parked car belong ing to Jean Anderson of 743 High the truck then hit a parked cat owned by Helen Szita of re see Page 9 the Outlook Windy with Light diminish ing tonight and Low Cloudy in the be coming partly Cloudy in Little change in High local temperatures Friday High Low today at 7 Trace of rain before 7 children saved by Chiftis Tameo revise a Mother and 2 children had a narrow escape this morning when fire ruined their 2 Story Frame Home in Moore Villa near the Parchem chemical Dominic Chitti was in a downstairs room when a i ran into her and said the House is on Chitti sent Michael and out of the she then ran up a fire filled Stair Way to a bedroom were and Becky were in was found huddled under he covers and she dropped him out a window to an elderly Ann Fulmar Becky who has been bedridden Sev eral was carried Down a ladder to also taken Down the Danny and Becky Ann later were taken to Union Hospital where they received emergency treatment for smoke neighbors who saw the fire called Dover who the new Philadelphia department in Sec Page 6 on reporter schools in Tuscarawas county will receive of a lion distribution of school foun state auditor James Rhodes said Uhrichsville will get Dover new Philadelphia Dennison 131 and Newcomerstown the remainder of will be distributed to schools in the county Zelda Deputy registrar ice for fhe sales of All types of motor vehicle licenses which will go on Sale March announced today that her office in the Godfrey electric store will be open daily from until monday through except ing wednesday when the office close at noon the Ohio Power will be Din Ner Host to the county mayors tuesday at in its Kitchen at new Man Ager Fred Zimmer win be in mayor Harold association said member ship cards will be among hearings scheduled next week by the Ohio Board of liquor control Are those involving Dover and new Philadelphia the Moose Lodge Here was cited april for Possession of gambling devices in the form of tip tickets while the new Philadelphia eagles Lodge was cited that same month for Possession of punch

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