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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - October 24, 1964, Dover, Ohio 40 I Strasburg    16 . Midvale0 I Tuscarawas    14 I Garaway lf    M20 | New Philo 12 I Malabar Dover Cambridge22 I Uh'ville 6 I DennisonOn The Winside.. IThe Daily Reporter VOL 61. NO. 89. 44 PAGES.    Dover-New    Philadelphia.    Ohio.    Saturday,    October    24,    1964    7    CENTSCapital Mourns Hoover By JOHN BARBOUR WASHINGTON (AP) — Under the mighty grace of the Capitol dome, the lonely casket rested through the night. And outside, the city he once had left in winter and defeat now gave him high honor amid the glory of autumn leaves. Herbert Clark Hoover, 31st president of the United States, dead at the age of 90, lay under the cover of his nation’s flag in the Capitol rotunda. It was nearly 32 years since he had left the presidency of the depression-stricken nation after one term in office. Filing in from both sides, from the Senate side and the House side, came the citizens who knew and remembered, and the citizens too young to know. They came, as one of See HOOVER, Page SI Girl Admits Helping Move Body In Trunk CINCINNATI (AP)—Navy Reservist Alice Ewing, who has denied she killed Wanda Cook but has implicated her fiance in the murder, faced a court hearing today for allegedly removing the victim’s body from a hotel room. Detective Chief Henry Sandman said Miss Ewing implicated Robert R. Abbott, 21, Dayton, Ky., in a statement to police Friday. Abbott is charged with first degree murder. Miss Ewing has agreed to take a Re detector test, police said. Cincinnati police put a tight shield around Miss Ewing after her arrival here Friday from Philadelphia via Cleveland, and before her release late Friday night on $500 bond. .. Police released only a few details of the statement she gave. They said she admitted taking the body from the Sheraton-Gib-son Hotel to the Cincinnati Union Terminal where it was shipped to Cleveland. Miss Ewing, 22, Fort Thomas, Ky., was released on bond after day-long questioning. She was brought here from Philadelphia where she was on a two-week Navy Reserve training course. Miss Ewing was charged with moving the body and failure to report the death to the coroner. It is a misdemeanor charge and carries a penalty of a fine of up to $500, with no jail sentence. Police said Miss Ewing also led them to a small body of See GIRL ADMITS, Page 9 Laurel Jean Wood Reigns At Dover's Homecoming Laurel Jean Wood, a lovely brunet senior and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood of RD 2, Dover, was crowned 1994 Dover Homecoming queen at last night’s football game in Crater Stadium where the Tornadoes added to their footbaU laurels by beating Cambridge 20-12. Miss Wood was selected by a vote of the student body and was presented at a pep assembly yesterday afternoon. Her attendants were Cathee Herman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keller Nixon, and Jerilynn Demaree, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Demaree. Both are seniors. Miss Wood, besides being attractive and popular, is worship chairman for the Senior Y-Teens and is a member of the Leaders’ Club, Future Nurses and Ushers Club. She lists sewing, bowling and swimming as her hobbies. She was presented the queen’s tiara by Dan Johnson, vice president of the Senior Class along with an autographed footbaU from the Tornadoes. Queen Laurel and her court also presided over the homecoming dance staged at the high school following the game. Their escorts were Rod Kendle, Keith Stoneman and Bob Lant-zer. Past homecoming queens and attendants also were introduced prior to the game. Presented were: Rosalee Tapp Harding, 1957 queen; Carol Manley Abrecht, 1958 queen; Judy Osborn Gum-mere, 1959 queen; Lynn Vemiz-zi Vogel, 1960 attendant; Linda Cattabiani Zechiel, 1960 attendant; Patti McGinnis Herman, 1960 queen; Mary Handel Ank-ney, 1962 queen; Carol Daniels Lupi, 1962 attendant, and Janet Kohl, an attendant last year. The Dover Senior Class besee LAUREL JEAN, Page 38 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 50    Low    19 Elsewhere lo U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear . .71 44 • • Chicago, clear..... 51 40 • • Cleveland, cloudy .. 46 26 • • Los Angeles, cloudy 67 61 o • Miami, clear....... 78 74 o • New York, clear ... 52 33 • • Pittsburgh, clear .. 50 28 0 • St. Louis, clear .... 57 37 • • San Fran., cloudy .. 61 55 • 0 Washington, clear .. 58 32 O * TODAY 7 a m............. 20 RAINFALL Last 24 hours .... none TOMORROW Sunrise ........... 6:48 Sunset ........... 5:31 High 65    Low    35 Forecast: Cloudy and cool Reporter Staff Writer Dan Miles interviewed Dr. Robert Hastedt, pathologist at Union Hospital, when he re-I turned recently after spend-\ tag a month’s duty with Project HOPE ta Peru. It’s $ ^featured on Page 25. Election Endorsements ....Page 4 j Culinary Corner ....Page 21 J-Midvale Grading    | ....Page 31 Photo Finishes ....Page 231 [Around The World 7 g| Goren On Bridge........16 j [Hospital News ...........14    “ Obituaries................31 [Television...........17    to    21 [Sports...............32    to    381 I Women’s Pages..........8-9    j Richard Cookson, 17, of Dover escaped death in this mangled wreck, which shortly before ll last night had been an automobile. (Story on Page 2). Racing Isn't For Him! mmmmmmmmmm mwmmm mmtmmt; i rn TiiiiiiwmiMwnmiiirriiii|if''ii ii Sheriff deputies are investigating an incident this morning in the Fairgrounds, where a 20-year-old New Philadelphia youth apparently was trying.to gain experience to become a race driver. Dover police were notified this morning at 2:15 that a car was “hot rodding” ta the Fair’ grounds. Upon arriving at the DAY BRIGHTENER People who yearn for the good old days take it for granted they’d stUl have indoor plumbing, electricity and television. scene they spotted an auto being driven by Joseph T. Vaughan, 20, of 846 E. High Ave., New Philadelphia, with the lights out. After being stopped Vaughan told police he had struck some poles on the east end of the race track, damaging his auto. Police advised Vaughan to report the incident to the Sheriff’s Department, which he i^ported-ly did. * t Dog Gives Self Up! UHRICHSVILLE — Police Chief Ralph Romig said today that a grey Norwegian Eta Hound wandered into the police station early last night. It can be claimed by its owner upon identification. Ray Williams, whose collum “Oh, Kay!,” has ticked the fancy of almost ev-&ry reader, comes up with| mother sparkler today. It | concerns her abilities (and J * ;he questions those) ta sew-1 ng. See Page 24. ;

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