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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1964, Dover, Ohio 44 frwNtw Decembtr 1964 Cases Set For Friday Review The first big showdown on al leged illegal Sunday sales as banned under Ohios Blue Law will take place Northern District Court Judge Charles Eckert said this morn ing that hearings for 3 Dover merchants will take place Fri day bringing to 4 the number of cases to be heard Appearing before Eckert on the nonessential sales charges will be Clair McCord of Gray Drug at 1 Robert Button of The Hobby Shop at and Marlowe Drug at Friday morning at 10 a hear Ing is set on similar charges against Samuel oper ator of H A Drug of New in Central District A fifth hearing will take place 14 when Joseph Turrin of Turrin Discount Store in New Philadelphia appears before Judge Clarence The charges against Button and Marlowe were filed George man ager of the Plaza Montgomery Ward lodged the com plaint against McCord Bern ard manager of the Penney Store in down town against Button and Larry Wards See Page 16 Dentist To File Bad Check Count Alan Pence of 213 Broadway told New Philadel phia police yesterday that he had received a bad check from an RD New Philadel The dentist said the check was written on the Ohio Sav ings and Trust but that the man had no account Pence said he would file charges at the Prosecutors Of Weathervane HEARINGS SET THURSDAY TESTIftDAT High 40 Low 32 Elsewhere h High clear 39 25 cloudy t 33 26 rain 37 29 Los clear 48 cloudy 77 76 New rain 35 cloudy 59 36 cloudy 30 21 San clear 57X 51 cloudy 62 45 TODAT 7 32 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise High 28 Low 15 Forecast Partly cloudy and Anger 7CIHTS Unrest Follow pi CR Arrests By MIKE SMITH AP unrest and unan swered questions gripped this eastern Mississippi town today after the FBI arrested 21 white men Friday in connection with the murder of three civil rights workers last Twenty of the including Neshoba County Sheriff Law rence Deputy Cecil Price and five Ku Klux Klans were free on await ing a hearing in federal court at 2 Deer Hunters Don Coventry In Dennison f Mayors Race Are Fined W iearby Meridian The FBI charged 19 of the with violating the civil of the three and other two as The FBI complaint said Price nd nine of the others plotted he interception of the workers lear Philadelphia and that it ras part of the conspiracy that icy would hoot and kill The victims were Michael Jlchwerner and Andrew Good two white New and James a Negro of They disap Cruising In Style Sheriff deputies are answer ing calls in style a 1965 Ford One cruiser developed starter trouble yesterday and is being repaired at Graef Ford in Bol The loaner is the pride of Tax Rate Delayed A decision on the 1965 tax rate for Strasburg is expected to be announced Monday morn Treasurer Vic Martinelli said this morning following a 2hour Budget Commission ses sion with Strasburg Village and cemetery bojurd DENNISON Petitions were taken out yesterday by Don Coventry of 713 4th for the Democratic nomination as Village Presently serving on the Board of Public his first elected Coventry is a 1940 Uhrichsville High graduate and has been employed at Evans Pipe the last 13 years He is affiliated with the Im maculate Conception Church Dennison Uhrichsville American Legion and served as chairman of Twin City Commu nity Projects and National Clay Week Council until Septem Born in he is the son of Edith Coventry of here and the late Orville Cov He is married to the former Margaret Paridon and they have 6 Auto Bicycle Is Taken Robert Zeltman of Oak reported to Dover police last night at that someone had bent the ra dio aerial on her automobile while it was parked on 3rd Also reported was the theft of a bicycle belonging to Chris Duvall told police the black equipped with chrome was taken around 6 from in front of the He asked that find ers telephone him at Lotf Trio Returns The fears of a Dover mother for her son and 2 whom she reported missing to Dover police last night when they didnt come were aliayed this morning as the youths ott the last mutants tat to mud late Fri Two deer hunters were fined a total of each Friday on charges filed in Northern District County Court by Ohio Division of Wildlife Game Pro lector Don Charles Slabaugh of RD and his Ed ward Slabaugh of were fined on each of 4 They were charged with hunting deer without a permit and before hours specified by Ohio wildlife The pair was caught earlier In the day by Mycko while hunt ing in Sandy Wildlife laws specify that deer may be taken from daylight and until dark except on 3 and 4 when it is unlawful to take deer except between the hours of 9 and 5 Hearing Set For Man In Fatal Crash A hearing has been set for 10 am next Saturday in Central District Court for James of RD New who is charged with failure to stop within the assured clear distance following a fatal acci dent on through Rich ard yesterday en tered an innocent plea at an arraignment before Judge Clar ence The charge was filed by State Patrol Killed in the mishap on Route east of New was 3yearold Thelma Jean daughter of and Harold Carte of BD New Assistant Prosecutor James Thomas said this morning that a manslaughter count will be considered by the January Grand Jury la connection with toe free on bond for f M ATAwt ivunu iu iivestigate a church Their bodies were found in an earthfill dam 44 days The big question as Philadel phia residents locked their coors and deserted their streets Friday night was whether any of the 21 men swept up in the FBI net would actually be charged with Murder is not a federal crime inless it is committed on feder il The FBI said it would turn over information to the state for possible murder I William John ifes ase Dropped Crow An assault and battery charge against 39yearold George Crow vas dismissed at this morning by New Philadelphia Mayor Joseph Pritz after Crows wife failed to show up for a 9 Crow did arrive in the mayors office at tl saying she was delayed because of a Mayor Pritz informed her that he had already dismissed the caunt and that she would be as sessed court costs of Crow was charged by his wife oie day after he was placed probation by Common Pleas Judge Raymond Rice for break ing into the office of County Recorder Ted Crow was represented by Socrates Space in mayors court Id hPoorCondition Ed of 1013 Race business manager of Tie Daily Reporter for many yuars prior to his 1958 is in poor condition at Union Hospital after suffering a broken left nip in a fall it Home a week ago He also is former son the state prosecutor for this red clay hill section of Mis said he was studying the FBI but I am not in a position to say what action will be Johnson said the next grand Jury which could return murder indictments is scheduled to meet in a town of which boasts livestock and lum ber as its major was a place of paradox after the See Page 2 Hunters Find Caps Sheriff deputies are in pos session of 30 to 35 sticks of dyn amite and 100 to 150 blasting caps after hunters found the ex plosives yesterday on Township Road east of Mineral Deputies said an unidentified resident of that area notified them that several other hunters had shot at the box of explo A reserve Luke Over ton of New who has had training with explo was called to remove Phila Man Nabbed For Stealing Gum Theft of a 5cent package of Beechnut gum yesterday cost the sister of a 47yearold New Philadelphia man a bond to free him from Dover City Jail on a shoplifting charge fil ed by Roland owner of the Dover Bus Depot on Tuscarawas The Ernest Minido of SS Ave New was charged with leaving the bus depot without paying for the He was released by police following a nearly 3hour stay in jail after his Louis Ginnetti posted the Minido will appear before Mayor LeMoyne Luthy Mon day Area Woman Scalded Shirley 40 of RD New sufered second degree burns over fourth of her body when she was scalded by hot water In her She is listed as fair today in Union ON THE INSIDE Hospital Television sports to If Womens 4 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