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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1964, Dover, Ohio To Make Labor Day A Safe Holiday 40 DoverNew September 1964 REPORTER 7 CENTS I Close T STATE INVESTIGATOR TO SEEK ANSWERS Permit Riddle Continues Here An investigator for the State Department of Liquor Control will be in Dover next seeking some answers for Po lice Chief Garrison Grohs signature on a routine liquor license transfer Allen chief of the liq uor permit told The Daily Reporter yesterday after noon that Groh signed a state ment on July 31 noting no ob jections to transfer of a Dl and D2 permit to Franz Stucki from his Martin expressed concern that Groh signed the papers in light of 36 complaints that have been investigated by Dover po lice within the last 2 years at Stuckis Tavern at 206 Tus carawas which is operat ed by Ten days prior to Grohs sign ing of the Police Kenneth Dafforn had obtained a statement from a 19yearold who charged Stucki had asked her to become a prosti tute and to attract men to his Jailed On 3 Counts Glenn of 922 Grant New Philadel was fined a total of and costs and sentenced to 60 days in jail by New Philadel phia Mayor Joe Pritz this morn ing on 3 charges filed against him last Junkins was fined and costs for On a re sisting arrest filed by Patrolman Robert he was fined and costs and given a 30day jail with 20 days On the assault and battery count filed by his wife he was fined and costs and given suspended 30day jail Police were called to the Birds Eye Inn at 1285 Broadway at where Junkins reported ly was intoxicated and assault ing his When police arrived they asked him to go with them and he Af ter getting Junkins to the sta tion he resisted being put into a tearing a button from x Airgoods ON THE INSIDE Around The World 8 Hospital 14 27 fiports 90 to 34 Television n to 21 Dafforn obtain ed the statement while investi gating a complaint that Stucki had cut telephone lines to pre vent police notification of a dis whose division grant ed the transfer request Thurs said Groh on how refused to sign papers giv ing his approval to a renewal of the Stucki Grohs green light signa ture for the transfer was brought to light in the wake of the temporary and permanent injunction proceedings which are underway in Common Pleas Court to close Stuckis opera tion as a common Martin noted that the trans See Page 8 I 1 I County Students Hang On Ropes S3 Tuesday signals the start of another school year for area teachers and an estimated 000 All schools In the county sys tem will begin classes that day along with some of the other Dover kindergarten and ele mentary pupils will report to their respective buildings Wed nesday at 9 Those in the Junior Grades 8 and will report at A full day of classes is Dover Senior High students will have an extra day ofva reporting for a full day of classes at 8 on Thurs Teachers in the Dover system will take part in the annual convocation program Weathervane YESTERDAY High 91 Low 52 Elsewhere In High low cloudy 90 63 Los cloudy 81 60 clear 86 72 New clear 92 70 clear 90 57 cloudy 87 59 San clear 61 54 clear 94 69 TODAY 7 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 82 Low 50 Forecast Sunny and DAY BRIGHTENER Buying a load of topsoil is ed It teaches that while some things are dirt cheap dirt isnt one of beginning at with a social Arline president of the Dover Teachers will open the program at Dick board of educa tion will give the welcome and Emmet Ri ley will introduce the guests and staffs and make a few com John a former Dover teacher and now a pro fessor of education at Ohio State will deliver the main Two sessions are scheduled from 11 to one for the elementary staff and the other for the Following teachers will meet for 3 hours with their respective building There will be an art staff meeting for county school teachers at Tuesday and a music staff meeting at in the county At New while schools will open the See Page 14 FIRST Diane Elaine representing steps from the plane as she ar rives in Atlantic the first of 50 contestants who will vie for the Miss America title next AP Dayton Slaying Remains Mystery The Thursday night murder of Edward Lee Special Tabloid In Wednesdays The Daily Reporter will carry a 20 page tabloid on its present and The pictorial review also will car ry several interviews of town Those interested in obtaining additional copies should notify The Reporter Cir culation Department 42167 by 5 The Daily Reporter will not publish an edition Monday to permit its employes to enjoy Labor Day holiday with mem ttefr of brother of Doverite James remains a according to Dayton Detectives there this morn ing said they had few no nor the murder believed to be a 38 caliber A motive has not been they Richardsons body was found lying outside his car on a street in Daytons east He was shot in the There also is no explanation for in and bills found scattered near the mans Richardsons wife and her 14 Rioting Puts Further Gap Between Foes By TONY ESCODA KUALA Malaysia AP New race rioting flared in Singapore today as Malaysia and Indonesia moved closer to open The blamed by some Malaysian officials on Indone sian has left 10 The king of Malaysia signed a decree today which proclaimed the entirev country a national security The decree permits local authorities to impose curfews and ban Unlaw ful assembly and gives police sweeping In President Su who has vowed to crush held another emergency meeting with his top The official Indone sian news agency Antara said he will make an important an nouncement soon about the See Page 14 9YoungPhia Boys Involved In Theft Ring Summer thefts from Dingers and Maurers Markets and oth er business places in New Phil adelphia apparently have been solved by New Philadelphia po lice with the apprehension of 7 juveniles and 2 youths within the past Police were notified Tuesday afternoon that a young boy was sleeping in a truck and it was believed he had stolen a cake and 2 small pies from Maurers When police investigated the boy admitted he had taken the pastries and that he and al other boys had stolen things from there 5 or 6 other times this Police secured the names of the other juveniles involved and turned the names over to juve nile Police Chief Louis Clark said Royce of RD 3 New Philadelphia was picked up this An 18yearold being The older pair have both ed statements stating they were Involved in the theft from Maw and to the theft of cnandise from other stores in the cttjr this
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