AUG. 14, 1964
The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date 43 years ago:
'I'd accept:' Judge Young
Juvenile Court Judge Don J. Young Jr. is among those being considered for appointment as U.S. District Judge for the Western Division of the Northern District of Ohio.
Judge Young said today his name is on the list of judges nominated for the position.
"I would be very happy to receive the appointment," he said, "but I have no reason to suppose I am getting any more consideration than anybody else."
The vacancy developed last week when judge Frank L. Kloeb announced his retirement as of Sept. 30.
Fanny Farmer workers OK Teamsters Union
Fanny Farmer Candy Co. employees yesterday voted 64 to 57 in favor of keeping the Teamsters Union as their bargaining representative.
The special National Labor Relations Board election was held at the request of employees who had petitioned for decertification.
Once three officers, now two
"What problem?" asked Monroeville Police Chief Jerrold Henery with a hint of challenge in his voice.
Patrolman Robert Ackerman suddenly quit a week after patrolman Thomas Britton left seemingly pulling the rug from under the three-man department. But Henery said:
"Tell the people not to worry. We are in no trouble. Monroeville will have police protection 24 hours a day."
He admitted he will be working long hours every day.
A front page picture showed Capt. Orin Doane, Norwalk City Police, investigating an accident that occurred Thursday near 220 W. Main St. Russell P. Rheaume, 43, of Concord, N.H., driving a semi-trailing rig, attempted to stop for traffic, jackknifed the truck, and hit a telephone pole.
The tractor was demolished and there was minor damage to the street.
Millers mark 50th
Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Miller, former residents of Norwalk who now live in St. Petersburg, Fla., will be guests of honor at an open house celebrating their golden wedding anniversary from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Harry Shadle, 4 Central Blvd.
Compiled by Andy Prutsok