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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1964, Dover, Ohio r Swedish Eaters AP pfted high with Nordic Christmas least and a pair of maunders Jf a twotour battle ultons to determine the eating champion of On one side sat other was challenger Ake 33 and Before them was a smorgasbord including raw halibut in mayonnaise back stuffed with ptoim pressed calfs brain ox varieties of twkey and as well as sau and asMned mrts and beef and in the end It was a dainty pas tfy that mtant the difference between vktery and Growing countywida acceptance creates an even more interesting paper 24 Sales Cases Are Dismissed Judge Charles in dismissing cases yesterday of 3 Dover merchants charged with violations of Ohios Sunday Blue Law this morning indicated he would not consider any similar complaints until the State Legislature explicitly spells out the in commenting on the Prosecutor Harlan Spies told The Daily Reporter this morning Since there have been deci sions for and against Blue Laws in Tuscarawas County N we are now contemplating pre raiM sentijig the matter to Common 10111 If lift Pleas Court in order that a countywide interpretation can be Acquitted in rulings made Tuesday by the Northern Dis Challenger Eriksson started out heavyj stuffing down about a pound of meats and vegeta The champ coasted with threequarters of a in the second round Eriksson maintained his offensive but the Ci WUI w champ met him in sharp fighting at the bread and beer Eriksson kept the up per hand with a one two blnatlon of pigs Round three was The herring dishes lowed by the spare ribs and feiiMwcr Both fighters shed their eta for the fourth As the bell went for round the challenger stayed in his corner complaining of ach Both passed the fcpound But valiantly Eriksson hung slowly sipping fftw champion saw the opening and moved in for the final or gee Fay Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County PpyerNcw December 1964 REPORTER Dover Science iram Wins State Honors trict Court jurist of alleged 11 Dover and 9 other Ohio high Sunday sales taking place schools have been singled out Nov 22 were by the Ohio Academy of Set MJ VMltV flLCtUCIllY Ul ence for the excellence of their ident of Marlowe Drug on science education program dur131 3rd in downtown Do Ing the 196364 school ver Each will receive one of the Clair manager of Krecker which proGray Store in Miracle vides in cash for further Lane Plaza improvement of the local sci Robert owner of The ence program and a plaque to Hobby in Miracle Lane The other schools selected this year are Tippecanoe High at Tipp Bryan Marion Valley Forge High at Roy Start High at Greenhills High at Chillicothe and Big Walnut High at Thirtyone secondary schools over the state were entered in the Criteria used in judging the schools were preparation and interest of science content and philosophy of the laboratory facil use of commu nity and other items related to a wellrounded pro The initiated in 1959 under the joint sponsorship of Battolle Memorial Institute and the Ohio Academy of are named in honor of Frederick professor emeritus at Ohio University and founder of the Junior Division of the Presentations will be made by a representative of the Ohio Academy at a date to be se lected by each Widow Seeks In Fatal Mishap The widow of Orville Tay lor who was killed in an auto crash on Route 250 last has filed a benefit suit in Common Pleas Court in connection with her husbands Betty Taylor of 213 Welch has lodg ed the suit against Motor Freight of New Philadel In her she charg es that Bruce of RD New was care less and negligent in the opera tion of his coal trailer which he was driving for Motor Freight at the time of the ac Wade was acquitted on 25 by a Common Pleas jury of a second degree manslaughter He had been accused of making an improper left turn into the Motor Freight just south of the Midvale In asking for the Taylor includes loss of 050 of her husbands annual salary and in burial ex She states that her ac tion was brought for the exclu sive benefit of herself and Tay lors Georgia Tay Fannie pres In his Judge Eckert noted that Buttons case fell within the exceptions of Section of Ohios Revised This covers businesses dealing in hobbies or items of a recrea tional Marlowe was represent ed at the 11 hearings by Richard Hanhart and Mc and Button by Paul In annonnclng his Judge Eckert stated Until such time as the Leg islature itself determines ex ceptions as to what businesses can be open and what are ne cessities and what are not ne I feel it is not up to the judicial to determine or in terpret what they the Legisla ture considers Ecker further noted that the laws are so vague in defini tion that the judicial will be hampered until the Legislature becomes more explicit in its He to spe cifically state he would not hear future cases involving Blue Law All 3 cases can be appealed by the should it so The Marlowe case was the only one where a record was and could be ap pealed on the basis of testimony given In the other appeal could be made under the laws de novo Under it there are 2 recourses for appeal 1 The prosecu tor and defense attorney can agree to the facts presented and not recall any witnesses or 2 the case in Common Pleas Court just as though it hadnt been tried Still pending in Northern Dis trict Court are additional charg es against 2 of the merchants found innocent by They were filed 30 for alleged illegal sales on by Kenneth Crawford against and by Richard Lengler against Leng ler and Crawford are employed of Penney Judge Clarence Ferrell of Central District Court recently found Sam Hassin of H A Drug Storeguilty of permitting the sale of 79 cents worth of Christmas cards on Since the a writ of prohibition has been obtained See Page 9 Garbage Pickup Change Slated Service Director Ream announced today there will be no garbage coWctioa on Christ mas The collection usually nude Friday will be nude Sat Ream also nnlntttA nut that HHiW the tiatiog rad 4 City baeo cloaed unffl further U w that their motive was to take War II Germanmade rocket newspaper headlines from Erlauncher soared over a tugboat nesto Cuban minister and exploded in the river about 100 yards from the secre tariat building on the Manhat tan No one was Stanley editor of El a Spanishlanguage weekly said the three men told him before their arrests that they had purchased a deactivated bazooka for The County Treasurers Offrom a war surplus store in fice is mailing the December Manhattan and fashioned a fir real estate tax statements to Jng device out of an automobile residents in Dover corporation HOME EDITION H NOW READ BY FAMILIES PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Rain Torrents Peril Pacific Coast Cities BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Torrential whipped along on gale force continued to sweep across four Pacific Northwest states imperiling scores of cities and towns and causing millions of dollars Six persons have died and three rescuers were missing in the twoday storm that forced at least persons to flee before the raging waters of a dozen floodswollen mountain islandtSor1 I0 provisional A small dog in the rear teat is pulled along by tho flood of the Eel River near after 2 men in tho auto barely escaped tho rising Dog and vehicle have not been 3 Cubans Charged Early The Tlailv 1 With Bazooka Shot By BERNIE GOULD NEW YORK AP Three to the General Assembly identified as officials of at time fZtt i i been charged with taking part Minister Fidel in the 11 bazooka shot at the United Nations They were quoted as saying from where the rocket they purposely missed the 38was story East River skyscraper Doverites Get Tax Statements today and Treasurer Victor Martinelli had earlier announced the mailing would take place on His office how has completed the work ahead of Martinelli said today that he was not sure when New Phila delphia corporation statements would be though Mon day was the date earlier an The Auditors Office has not as yet completed the tax dupli cates for New Philadelphia from which the treasurers of fice prepared the tax state Auditor Donald Kinsey has eft for vacation and none of liis office force could say today when the work on the New Phil adelphia taxes would be com As announced County Commissioners have extended the final date for payment of real estate taxes from 20 to If a further exten sion is approval mustbe obtained from the Ohio Tax Martinelli said today a deci sion to extend the 20 dead line has not been Phila Man Cited In 3Car Crash New Philadelphia police cited Francis of RD New fol lowing a 3car accident at 4 Tuesday on High They said his auto struck the rear of one operated by Jes sie of forcing it into oper ated by Joyce McCue of A hit skip accident also is under Police said and left the Art Stoltn Fred Schupbach of 415 ad commit the perfect reported to Dover e his ww 4 his of was speaking Guevara is the 2 man in The three Cubans were booked Tuesday night in The missile from the World Ross said the men told him they could have hit the headquarters but purposely Ross said his reporters had found out who the perpetrators were and that he had urged the three to The three were planning to do that when police picked them he Ross identified them as mem See Page U TESTEJtDAT High 41 Low 32 Elsewhere In High Low cloudy 56 30 rain cloudy Los rain clear New cloudy cloudy cloudy San rain 41 36 38 36 62 56 75 M 37 32 36 33 50 40 65 50 cloudy41 29 MMissing TTrace TODAY 7 41 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 54 Low 46 Forecast Cloudy and The Daily Reporter will pub lish its traditional 64page Christmas edition late going to press around You are invited to stop in and see the presses There will be no paper Fri day so employes may enjoy the Christmas holiday with their families and Items for publication in Thurs days huge edition should be called or brought to the editori al department by 10 The business office will close at 5 but will be open The regular Saturday paper will be Ruling Given On 2 Deaths Ohio AP The deaths of a state liquor agent and a Dayton man were ruled today to have been accidental and justifiable The deputy ruled the shooting death of state liquor agent James Burns was He ruled the death of Rudolph Young of Dayton justifiable Both men were killed at a party in a private home in Xen ia last Prosecutor1 John Peterson said no further action was planned in the case by his Young was fatally wounded by a bullet from Burns pistol during a scuffle with the liquor Burns was shot by Po liceman John Angell who ar rived at the house to find the agent holding a Angell said he fired when Burns did not heed an order to drop the weap but that he intended only to wound the Angells bullet severed an ar tery and Burns bled to Hendricksons ruling came after a twoday inquest earlier this month at which a witness testified that Burns had identi fied himself as a state liquor agent prior to the fatal scuf Investigators said tests show ed both Burns and Young had bad their hands on or near the pistol when it Before he Burns said he had gone to the house to in vestigate Witnesses at the inquest testified he had attempted to buy a drink at the party but had been The Crime Had Shortcomings Anything for a friend even if its a rabbit Two 12yearold New Phila Dennison Roth suffered delphia concerned over a neck but was not the welfare of a pet are now the concern of juvenile of Police Chief Louis Clark said T w m WMVV VMAvA 4JVUJw QpSMUlV fffllU an auto struck a tree on 2nd the boys Monday night broke NW at this morning into the Farmers Feed Service at rear 243 ttb to Officers said they found the push cart and about 175 pounds of pellets under the the remainder of the 400 pounds having toppled off during the 3block As fate would nave the pel lets would have been no good to them get some rabbit pellets pounds to be The did not They left trail tf rabbit pellets to the mw m M directly to the to back door of OM hours after the food supply arrived and baving giyea birth to several Chief whose men ed on the case Tuesday mom said the pair will be charged as delinquents by Don Patterson A crow bar used ia theorem by Campaign Looming In Vietnam By PETER ARNETT Viet Nam AP There were indications tonight that South Vietnamese military men were cranking up an anti American campaign that may even involve street demonstra tions against Ambassador Maxwell Informed sources said Nguyen command er of the armed already has drawn the outlines of such a campaign before his military council of some 20 high It was not known whether the civilian Tran Van would go but Khanh had clearly become the strongest man in South Viet Nam for the time Khanh told the nation by ra dio Tuesday night that no for eign power could impose its pol icies on his armed forces In the Khanh was clearly taking an antiAmerican with the added assertion his country could go on without American assistance if neces Khanh granted an in Rusk Issues Warning By LEWIS GUUCK WASHINGTON AP Sec retary of State Dean Rusk was expected to underline today strong opposition to inter ference by the South Vietnam ese military with the duly con stituted government in Washington wants the generals to shun politics and concentrate on winning the Rusk holds a late morning news conference which had been scheduled before the latest power struggle in the Vietnam ese With President Johnsons ap the State Department issued an unusually tough state ment Tuesday night warning Vietnamese generals that American support is based on the existence of a Saigon gov ernment of national unity with out improper interference from any The statement also gave full backing to Ambassador Maxwell whose ef forts to undo Sundays military purge of the civilian regime came under attack from the Vietnamese army commander Nguyen A duly constituted govern ment exercising full power on the basis of national unity and without improper interference from any the ment is the essential con ditipn for the successful prose cution of the effort to defeat the Viet Cong and is the basis for support for that Press elftoer Robert Me Closkey declined to say whether the strong wording amounted to an ultimatum See Page U terview to a correspondent of the New York Herald in which he directly attacked Khanh was quoted as saying that if Taylor did not act more intelligently Southeast Asia would be According to other highly in formed Khanh told his council of generals that tough pressure On the United States must now be and that this should include antiAmeri can demonstrations if neces between Khanh and A military reorganization of the High National Council might at least partly satisfy the American demand for a return of the government to civilian The Vietnamese had no im mediate comment on the State Department statement Tuesday night demanding that the Saigon government be free of military the See Page 11 DAY Nostalgia is longing for the place you wouldnt move back to if you A provisional decision to evacuate the residents of Yuba was made today by the Sutler County Board of The order to evacuate will be given if and when the Feather River reaches 77 supervisors The river was expected to reach 79 earlier reports The river is backed up be hind a In the disastrous 1955 Northern California 38 persons died in the Yuba CityMarysville area when the levee washed out as the river reached and local dis aster units worked frantically through the night in 65milean hour winds to complete evacua tion of whole towns as the storm The Weather Bureau predicted no let up Another about 700 In the midst of the miles off the was expect State Department said it could ed to bring more rain by Christ not condone improper the Weather Bureau fore ence in Viet Nams civilian Disagreements between TayBrown at midday declared four lor and Khanh have flared up northwestern counties disaster from time to time in the past areas and appealed for federal Al three But there were s UUICA tUUUJllL no advance signs of the current northern counties sent urgent set off Sunday by a pleas for the state capital for military purge of the High tional The dispute is at IAQU CATCHft William Fish and life manager at Casa hij a trap shaped like You anchor it and it floats on the When birds claw touches it snaps shut on the At this point Blair had only caught no ON THE INSIDfc DearAbby 21 Your Horoscope Goraj On Bridge Obituaries I Television Sports 13 1 14 s Pages 19 ft u H8 Californias Edmund Five other hardhit In Mark placed the National Guard on Grant Sawyer called out the Nevada National Guard to help workmen sandbag Fronts in downtown Reno as the Tickee Rivers flood waters illed out of the Sierra into the heart of Idahos National Guardsmen were put on emergency duty by Robert and 50 men were rushed to the be See RAINS Page 11 it Earthquake Adds To Woe SAN AP An earthquake shook Southern California and adjacent areas of Mexico with these results In San Diego where the quake Tuesday did most of its minor damage fire alarms rang all the windows broke by the some penny arcade pinbaU machines flashed skyscrapers rocked like ships at and beds rolled about on casters at Scripps Hos At nearby National Davey was shaken out of At El a news man turned around to see who was shoving his At Palm on the des waves were observed on the citys hundreds of swimming In Avenida Revolucion was jammed with people who fled from shops and To the m Los Angeles and Orange County coasta eas pictures danced M the wills and Christmas trees thjnnied as their decorations tinkled ta the In ichter of tie tute of lab i the Good Friday WM He said the
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