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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1964, Dover, Ohio THE DAILY REPORTER VOL 44 Largest Circulation In Tusrarawas County DoverNew December 7 CENTS 2 SUSTAIN Marion of RD New operator of the General Telephone service and Guy of 1544 Fre mont driver of a car owned by Austin Powder of re ceived emergency treatment in Union Hospital following a collision The occurring at on Wooster at is still under investigation by Dover Wolfe received treatment for face abrasions and Fabiano had a lip They were taken to the hospital in a TolandHerzig Several telephones were hurled out of the truck by the force of the McNamara Issues 4 State Issues Reserve Transfer By ELTON FAY WASHINGTON tary of Defense Robert Mc Namara announced plans today to wipe out all Army Reserve units and merge some the National He said this will bring the ReserveGuard system into balance with the contingency war He told a news conference this means there will be no more units in the al though individuals who are not in units transferred to the Guard will still be available for He said he had instructed Sec retary of the Army Stephen Ailes to prepare plans for re aligning the Reserve and Guard Weathervane YESTERDAY High 52 Low 48 Elsewhere In High Low cloudy 46 29 cloudy 43 35 Los clear 58 54 clear 76 73 New rain 53 50 cloudy 53 48 cloudy 50 30 San clear 57 50 rain 52 46 TOPAT 7 48 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 94 Low 41 Forecast Partly cloudy and forces to improve significant ly the early deployment capa bility and combat readiness of the United States Reserve He estimated this latest reor See Page County Fair Board Elects The Tuscarawas County Fair Board was reorganized last night and the following were elected to office Jasper Simpson of RD president Wal ter Lahmers of RD Newcom vice president Eu gene Bowers of treasur and Walter Findley of New Simp son succeeds Russell Dessecker of RD New and Lahmers succeeds Herman Gasser of New William Metzger of 849 4th New is a new member of the Ford Plant Rumor Is Just A Rumor The Daily in check ing a reported rumor that Ford Motor had taken option on 400 acres of land near the pro posed Interstate 77 Interchange with Routes 36 and was told this morning that no action had been A company spokesman at Cleveland said that he bad no knowledge of any plan to es tablish plant between Port Washington and May Result In County Primary Secretary of State Ted Brown has advised County Board of Elections Office that at least 4 state constitutional amendments will be proposed for a statewide vote in the May Since most polling places in the county are not open for the May primary in oddwumbered Brown has asked the Elections Clerk to submit an estimate of the costs involved in opening Jennie assistant board today said that she expected the cost would range close to for all political She based her es which is not on the cost of the general By state only the 3 ma jor New Philadel phia and and the 2 villages with a population of more than Newcomers town and are permit ted normally to hold primaries in the odd A subdivision can petition for a special elec tion at the time of the May but must assume the total costs of the ON THE INSIDt Around The Goren On Obituaries to 22 to 37 ft f BRIEFS TO BE STUDIED No Decision In Sales Cases By Norm Singleton and Pete Groh Daily Reporter Staff Writers A terselyworded closing argument by Paul laying down the responsibility facing Judge Charles Eckert in making a determination on 3 cases of alleged illegal Sunday capped Fridays hearings in Northern District Redinger represented the Clair mana ger of Gray Drug and Robert owner of The Hobby both located in Miracle Lane Fannie the third person charged under Ohios Blue was counsel ed by Richard A 3faceted not guilty plea was entered by Redinger in be half of his 2 A general plea of not guilty was followed by a second plea that the Sun day Blue Law was unconstitu He cited the 1st and 14th articles of the Constitution and the 1st and 7th articles of Ohios The third plea was that McCord and Button were engaged in businesses termed exceptions under article of Ohios Revised Hanhart said Marlowe was not guilty of the contending she is president of a corporation and not sole owner of Marlowe which is in sufficient to render her liable to the stores Sunday opening on He cited a previous case of the same nature in which that ruling was Eckert took all 3 cases under asking for briefs from both Prosecutor Harlan Spies and They are to be in his hands within the They will be used by Eckert in further study before he makes a With the exception of pecular ities pertinent to each ar guments and testimony fol lowed virtually the same pattern in each of the 3 Submitted as evidence were items purchased at the stores on having a total re tail value of Included were A 98cent metal roaster rack purchased by George Montgom ery Ward manager at Gray a model airplane kit with cement glue purchas ed by Bernard Penney Store manager at the Hobby and a 70cent set of Christmas tree ornaments purchased by Larry Wards merchandising manager at Marlowe Also tagged as evidence was an affidavit signed by Shine in his filing of charges against Closing arguments for all 3 were withheld until conclusion of all A small that in cluded one local left as final testimony was heard in Marlowes They miss ed the noons main feature Redingers The Dover attorney launching Ws fioal think it is well to consider the application and enforcement of the Sunday Blue Citing the fact that Ohios Supreme Court has not made a decision on any cases a 1959 ammendment to the he emphatically pointed out I suggest to this court that its time we pulled our heads out of the sand and recognized these laws for what they They are predicated upon reli See NO Page Pay Increase In Offing For County Judges By John Saffell Reporter Columbus Bureau Pleas and Probate Court Judges in Tuscarawas County will receive a pay increase after the first of the year if a bill now laying in an Ohio Senate com mittee receives final approval next The complete bill affects in one way or another virtually all types of judges in the Tuscarawas Countys judges now receive the maximum per mitted under the present but would be raised to under terms of the new The bill already has been ap proved in the House of Repre sentatives before report ing the measure the com mittee struck out a provision which would have banned any 70 years of age or from election or appoint ment as The bill nit another snag Fri day in a Senate committee when Robert Shaw of Colum bus offered an amendment which would stipulate that all common pleas and municipal judges hold open court sessions See Page IS tillCHRISTMAS
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