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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - December 5, 1964, Dover, Ohio The Daily Reporter VOL. 61. NO. 124.    44    PAGES. Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, December 5, 1964 7 CENTS 4 Sunday Sale Cases Set For Friday Review The first big showdown on alleged illegal Sunday sales as banned under Ohio’s Blue Law will take place Friday. Northern District Court Judge Charles Eckert said this morning that hearings for 3 Dover merchants will take place Friday afternoon, bringing to 4 the number of cases to be heard Friday. Appearing before Eckert on the non-essential sales charges will be Clair McCord of Gray Drug at I p.m., Robert Button of The Hobby Shop at 2, and Marlowe Drug at 3. Friday morning at IO a hearing is set on similar charges against Samuel Hassin, operator of ll & A Drug of New Philadelphia in Central District Court. A fifth hearing will take place Dec. 14 when Joseph G. Turrin of Turrin Discount Store in New Philadelphia appears before Judge Clarence Ferrell. The charges against McCord, Button and Marlowe were filed Nov. 23. George L. Purple, manager of the Plaza Montgomery Ward store, lodged the complaint against McCord; Bernard C. Myers, manager of the J. C. Penney Store in downtown Dover, against Button; and Larry P. Shine, Ward’s Sec SUNDAY, Page 16Dentist To File Bad Check Count Dr. Alan W. Pence of 213 N. Broadway told New Philadelphia police yesterday that he had received a $5 bad check from an RD 3, New Philadelphia, resident. The dentist said the check was written on the Ohio Savings and Trust Co., but that the man had no account there. Pence said he would file charges at the Prosecutor’s Office.Cruising In Style Sheriff deputies are answering calls in style today—in a 1965 Ford Mustang. One cruiser developed starter trouble yesterday and is being repaired at Graef Ford in Bolivar. The “loaner” is the pride of the department.Tax Rate Delayed A decision on the 1965 tax rate for Strasburg is expected to tx? announced Monday morning, Treasurer Vie Martinelli said this morning following a 2-hour Budget Commission session with Strasburg Village and cemetery board officials. HEARINGS SET THURSDAY Weathervane YESTERDAY High 40    Low    32 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Albuquerque, clear . 39 25    .. Chicago, cloudy .... 33 26 .ll Cleveland, rain .... 37 29 .18 Los Angeles, clear . 68 48    .. Miami, cloudy ..... 77    76    .. New York, rain .... 41 35    .. Pittsburgh, cloudy . 59 36 .ll St. Louis, cloudy ... 30 21 .03 San Fran., clear ... 57 51 .04 Washington, cloudy . 62 45 .05 TODAY 7 a.m. ............. 32 RAINFALL Last 24 hours 1.8 inch TOMORROW Sunrise .......... 7:36 Sunset ............ 4:58 High 28    Low    15 Forecast: Partly cloudy and cold. Anger Unrest Follow Mississippi CR Arrests Bv MIKE SMITH PHILADELPHIA, Miss. (AP) — Anger, unrest and unanswered 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 summer. Twenty of the 21, including Neshoba County Sheriff Lawrence Rainey, Deputy Cecil Price and five Ku Flux Kinsmen, were free on bond, awaiting a hearing in federal court atDon Coventry In Dennison Mayor's Race DENNISON — Petitions were taken out yesterday by Don Coventry of 713 N. 4th St. for the Democratic nomination as Village Mayor. Presently serving on the Board of Public Affairs, his first elected post, Coventry is a 1940 Uhrichsville High graduate and has been employed at Evans Pipe Co. the last 13 years. He is affiliated with the Immaculate Conception Church, Dennison Eagles, Uhrichsville American Legion and served as chairman of Twin City Community Projects and National Clay Week Council Inc. until September. Bom in Dennison, he is the son of Mrs. Edith Coventry of here and the late Orville Coventry. He is married to the former Margaret M. Paridon and they have 6 children.2 Deer Hunters Are Fined $89 Two deer hunters were fined a total of $98.80 each Friday on charges filed in Northern District County Couit by Ohio Division of Wildlife Game Protector Don L. Mycko. Charles Slabaugh of RD 2, Magnolia, and his brother, Edward V. Slabaugh of Canton, were fined $24.71 on each of 4 counts. They were charged with hunting deer without a permit and before hours specified by Ohio wildlife laws. The pair was caught earlier in the day by Mycko while hunting in Sandy Township. Wildlife laws specify that deer may be taken from daylight and until dark except on Dec. 3 and 4 when it is unlawful to take deer except between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.Auto Vandalized, Bicycle Is Taken Mrs. Robert Zeltman of S. Oak St., Strasburg, reported to Dover police last night at 7:45 that someone had bent the radio aerial on her automobile while it was parked on W. 3rd St. Also reported was the theft of a bicycle belonging to Chris Duvall. Duvall told police the black bicycle, equipped with chrome fenders, was taken around 6 p.m. from in front of the YMCA. He asked that finders telephone him at 2-1629. tilrCHmm'Lost' Trio Returns The fears of a Dover mother for her son and 2 friends, whom she reported missing to Dover police last night when they didn’t come home, were allayed this morning as the youths scrubbed off the last remnants of a mud bath. She told police that the boys’ automobile had become stuck in mud late Friday on the Bolivar-Zoar Rd.Hearing Set For Man In Fatal Crash A hearing has been set for IO a m. next Saturday in Central District Court for James Deibel, 27, of RD I, New Philadelphia, who is charged with failure to stop within the assured clear distance following a fatal accident on Nov. 4. Deibel, through Atty. Richard Stephenson, yesterday entered an innocent plea at an arraignment before Judge Clarence Ferrell. The charge was filed by State Patrol Cpl. A. T. Carlock. Killed in the mishap on Route 39, east of New Philadelphia, was 3-year-old Thelma Jean Carte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carte of RD I, New Philadelphia. Assistant Prosecutor James Thomas said this morning that a manslaughter count will be considered by the January Grand Jury in connection with the death. Deibel is free on $250 bond for the traffic charge. nearby Meridian Thursday. The FBI charged 19 of the men with violating the civil rights of the three workers, and the other two as accessories. The FBI complaint said Price and nine of the others plotted the interception of the workers near Philadelphia and that it was part of the conspiracy that they “would threaten, assault, shoot and kill them.” The victims were Michael Schwerner and Andrew Goodman, two white New Yorkers, and James Chaney, a Negro of Meridian, Miss. They disappeared after going to Philadelphia from nearby Meridian to investigate a church bombing. Their bodies wrere found in an earth-fill dam 44 days later. The big question as Philadelphia residents locked their doors 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. Murder is not a federal crime unless it is committed on federal property. The FBI said it would turn over information to the state for possible murder prosecution. Dist. Atty. William II. John-Wife's Late, Case Dropped Against Crow An assault and battery charge against 39-year-old George Crow was dismissed at 9:15 this morning by New Philadelphia Mayor Joseph Pritz after Crow’s wife failed to show up for a 9 a.m. hearing. Mrs. Crow did arrive in the mayor’s office at 9:20 a.m., though, saying she was delayed because of a babysitter. Mayor Pritz informed her that he had already dismissed the count and that she would be assessed court costs of $6.20. Crow was charged by his wife one day after he was placed on probation by Common Pleas Judge Raymond Rice for breaking into the office of County Recorder Ted Underwood. Crow was represented by Atty. Socrates Space in mayor’s court today.Ed Schoelles, 79, In 'Poor' Condition Ed Schoelles, 79, of 1013 Race St., Dover, business manager of The Daily Reporter for many years prior to his 1958 retirement, is in “poor” condition at Union Hospital after suffering a broken left hip in a fall at Valley Manor Nursing Home a week ago. He also is a former Dover safety director and city councilman. son Jr., the state prosecutor for this red clay hill section of Mississippi, said he was studying the FBI charges, “but I am not in a position to say what action will be taken.” Johnson said the next grand jury which could return murder indictments is scheduled to meet in February. Philadelphia, a town of 6,000 which boasts livestock and lumber as its major industries, was a place of paradox after the See ANGER, UNREST, Page 2Hunters Find Dynamite, Caps Sheriff deputies are in possession of 30 to 35 sticks of dynamite and IOO to 150 blasting caps after hunters found the explosives yesterday on Township Road 453, east of Mineral City. Deputies said an unidentified resident of that area notified them that several other hunters had shot at the box of explosives. A reserve deputy, Luke Overton of New Philadelphia, who has had training with explosives, was called to remove them.Philo Man Nabbed For Stealing Gum Theft of a 5-cent package of Beechnut gum yesterday cost the sister of a 47-year-old New Philadelphia man a $21.20 bond to free him from Dover City Jail on a shoplifting charge filed by Roland Helgren, owner of the Dover Bus Depot on N. Tuscarawas Ave. The man, Ernest A. Minido of 1315 Kaderly Ave. NW, New Philadelphia, was charged with leaving the bus depot without paying for the gum. He was released by police following a nearly 3-hour stay in jail after his sister, Mrs. Louis Ginnetti, posted the bond. Minido will appear before Mayor C. LeMoyne Luthy Monday morning.Area Woman Scalded Shirley Condon, 40 of RD 3, New Philadelphia, sufered second degree burns over one-fourth of her body when she was scalded by hot water in her home. She is listed as “fair” today in Union Hospital. 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