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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Ahtoogh it was too eirty to tell wtert Ethel wmiM her carter whippingitmg the sloshed through the panhandle wtote a toptevel inspection team planned to survey the vast of destruction she HurrtaM Dora skimmed Jacksonville so hard that the Red Crott had trouble find Ing a building to rant to procoM rtJUf Survivors city officials bottom looked over somo of Iho destroyed Now Ethel is standing by wiih possibly more damaging Order Issued In Stuck Case Judge Lamneck today issued a temporary effective against Franz proprietor of the tavern located at 206 Tuscarawas The injunction is to continue until the trial for permanent with re gard to the merits of the Is Stucki may continue to oper Harry Andersoa County AAA Founder Dies Harry of 137 4th New founder of the Tuscara was County Automobile died of an apparent heart at tack at today in his He was found in his car at the corner of 3rd and High by New Philadelphia po who summoned the Fire Department rescue The man was pronounced dead on arrival at Union Anderson and his wife were preparing to leave for a vaca tion this He had taken her and the luggage to the bus prior to their and was returning the car to the home when he suffered the A prominent civic he also was manager of the auto club until hjs retirement in He was also a former di rector of the Ohio Born in Harrison he was a son of the late Samuel and Susanna Maholm He is survived by his the former Inez Frew a Robert of Seijo Ja and 2 Three brothers and 2 sisters preceded him in He was a member of the New Philadelphia First Presbyterian a former elder of the church and was a member of the New Philadelphia Lions Club and Masonic Blue Lodge arrangements are u at tbe eib ate the tavern by posting if he is properly authorized to do so by the Ohio Department of Liquor Lamneck further in the entry filed Judge Lamneck notes that neither John Stucki or Gust who also were named defend Police were called at lasl nightto Stuckis Tavern after a tuckus developed because Franz Stucki refused to serve a cusr Harry RR New Later Gust Lambros called police and demanded that Rothacher be Police said Rothacher left and no charges were ants in the injunction suit filed by Prosecutor Harlan have filed an answer to the pe He also noted the statu tory time in which of them is permitted to answer has not yet The summons issued against the defendants specifies that they have until 26 to an For that the judge de clared that a hearing conducted in the past 2 days pertained only to Spies motion for a tern porary injunction to relieve the alleged nuisance which the pros ecution charged the tavern ere In ordering the tavern closed Lamneck said that evidence obtained at the hear ing showed that the place was being kept and used for the sale and dispensing of beer and intoxicating liquors in such a manner that it makes the place a common Among the the judge noted from evidence ob tained during the hearing were sales during the past 2 years on various occa sions to intoxicated or furnishing of beer to persons under 18 years of age on several occasions dur See STUCKI Page 2 Inspection Team To Survey Damage f In Battered Disaster Areas ed on Jacksonville and and the team was sent by Presi dent Johnson who declared all sections of Georgia and Florida battered by Dora a major di saster PrtttMlMfy estimates put damage In the tens of millions of Don lost her strength a rainy trek across northern Florida and was downgraded to a tropical storm with peak winds estimated at M miles per Dora was expected to continue moving with perhaps a slight turn to the and gradually wear herself Gales lashed the state capital of Tallahassee and other parts of thinly populated northern Florida for hours during the hut little damage was reported other than minor Highest winds recorded inland were less than 50 a small storm with a 300mile spread of gales and good ttt even if K should maintain tti present laid chief forecaster Gordon Duwt Were not mikmf any predks lions at thto Although power stilt largely Augustine and Brunswick pitched into a monumental See ETHEL Fags DAILY REPORTER VOL 24 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew September 1964 PHONE 42167 7 CENTS The 1964 scholastic football season gets the boot to night but stadium lights in the immediate area will not be Dover Tornadoes are scheduled to make their debut at North Canton with game time set at New Philadelphias Quakers open at Wooster in a Cardinal Conference In other Strasburg is at Conotton Uhr ichsville meets Three Midvale travels to West Laf Gnadenhutten is at Tuscarawas Valley invades Newcomers town visits Sandy Val ley tussles with and Dover Josephs and Den nison Marys meet in Sat urday nights headliner at while Caraway en tertains Tuscara was opens at Malvern in an afternoon There can be a winner or a loser in each or honors can be In any good to all Weathervane YESTERDAY High 95 Low 59 Elsewhere la High cloudy 92 cloudy 94 58 cloudy Los clear cloudy New rain clear cloudy San cloudy 93 66 83 65 89 77 87 67 T 94 69 96 65 61 52 Robert Ward Phila Plant Head Named Robert Ward of 1410 Mc jMillan formerly of INew has been named manager of the manu facturing operations for Miracle Adhesives plant at New it was announced Ward served 4 years as plant manager of the Carwin a division of the Upjohn and 12 years in various including production supervis ion for General Aniline and Film of and Divi A graduate of Williams Col lege in he at tended Texas and New ark College of Engineering Graduate He and his have 3 Robert Diane and He succeeds John Carlson of who resigned 2 months Incumbent Dem Governor Beaten n MassachusettsVote Brings Surprise British Send 4 Warships To Far East Site SINGAPORE AP Britain dispatched four warships from the Mediterranean to Singapore today to bolster its Far East Fleet guarding Malaysia against A Royai Navy spokesman said the two frigates and two des troyers should arrive within a He said they were or dered here obviously due to the deteriorating situation in Southeast The order to strengthen the sea force followed the airlift to Singapore Thursday of a 500 man antiaircraft regiment from British forces in The British Defense Ministry also disclosed that fouu Vulcan three Canberra photo reconnaissance planes and two longrange sea patrol Shackle tons had been moved to Aden as part of the Apparently they were being brought closer to Singapore for quicker trans fer if Britain is pledged to defend the yearold Malaysian Federa tion of North Borneo and Sarawak which Indonesia has vowed to No Parking Parking will be in vogue on several streets from to 8 Sat urday to permit easier passage of the annual parade held in conjunction with the ox Included will be 5th Bodmer 9th SW and Wooster from 1st to 9th COID WAR BEATS East Berlin truck driver right row fled to West Berlin with 3 adults and their 11 children hidden under 170 pork carcases in a refrigerated The children were given sleeping pills to keep them from crying The married women are twin The aged 1 to 11 and thoir parents are thawing out The Worms have 3 of the children and the Rosses have Phila Merchants Group Urges Trial Parking Meter Removal New Philadelphia City Coun which has been confronted with a series of thorny prob such as fi will have another one to consider Mon day The citys Retail Merchants Council last night unanimously approved a resolution request ing City Council to remove parking meters within one block of Public Square for a 3 month trial A registered mailed to Council President William Hinig this morning and signed by Ted chairman of the mer chants asks in part An Editorial All parking meters on and High and and square and on the streets within one block of the square on E cloudy 91 74 TTrace TODAY 7 61 tAWFAU Last 24 Now TOMQttW Sunrise Sunset Higd 74 Low 41 Forecast Fair aM ON THE INSIDE Around The World 6 Atoby 23 AJvare 33 Craae Gores On Bridge 23 21 4 19 17 Prosecutor Harlan Spies stormed in and out of The Daily Reporter this morning charging the newspaper is out to get You cut the heart right out of my he The prosecutor was referring to testimony given by Gust Lambros during the Franz Stucki tavern and which was mentioned in yesterdays who said she lived above the tavern 37 testified she has never been disturbed by tavern noise and denied under questioning by John Woodard there was any room in their apartment where girls visiting the bar might take men for Lambros then said she and her husband had many friends and that even a younger sister of the prosecutor had visited the Lambros apartmenr a number of She later admitted this was before Stucki became the tavern Spies contends that particular part of the story carried an improper inference because it did not explain why his sister went and that Lambros statement was immaterial because the visitations took place many years The prosecutors sister was a high school classmate and fellow Thespian of the Lambros and frequently went to the apartment to pick her up so they might attend school functions The Pajjy RajKwter not to get Prosecutor It apologises to the prosecutor aud his family for what they consider a reflection 99 it because of Lambros tWstWiWjy concerniBg v integrity the reporting of it of the trill Missing Woman Probe Begins The arrival last night of a suitcase at the Railroad Ex press Agency in Dover has touched off an investigation into the disappearance of a former Wainwright Barbara Goudy of 242 Clair New Philadel informed New Philadel phia police last night after she was notified of the Dover and New Philadelphia po lice accompanied her to the of fice where clothing and articles were found Police have identified the missing woman as Grace reportedly of New While living near Wainwright she was Grace Dover police are attempting to make identification of arti cles found in the Ac cording to police sher iff deputies confirmed the re port of the womans disappear although no missing per sons report apparently is on Broadway be removed or hooded for a trail period of 3 months November and That this legislative action by City Council be made an emergency measure at Mon days That at the end of the 3 the parking meter sit uation once more be reevalu ated and definite action in Coun cil meters in the areas Went said the action stemmed from a survey committee in which also had rec See METERS Page 2 Belief ti Wins Minus Party Endorsements By CORNELIUS HURLEY BOSTON AP Francis Bellotti scored a smashing upset vic tory in the Massachusetts pri mary Thursday to wrest Jhe Democratic nomination for gov ernor from the incumbent Endicott Complete returns from the states precincts gave lotti votes to Peabodys Former Whom Peabody defeated two years ago by a mar gin out of more than two million was unopposed for the Re publican Bellottis victory means that for the first time in Massachu setts history both major parties will be backing a son of Italian immigrants for the states high est In challenging Peabody for the of the state Demo cratic party leadership includ ing Edward who from his hospital bed issued a strong endorse ment of Kennedy issued a state ment saying the nominee de serves the congratulations of every Democrat for the hard and courageous campaign which brought him He now de serves the support of every Democrat in the coming contest to bring about a total Demo cratic victory in his back broken in a plane crash last was unopposed for nomination for a full six year term in the Senate be taken regarding the perseat once held by his manent removal of the parking the late President John rebounded from a crushing defeat at the Demo cratic State Convention last Peabody wop the conven tion endorsement by a margin of better than 3 to Dennison Couples Son Found Suicide Is Indicated School Auto Mishap Reported James of Uhr ichsville was cited this morning following a school buscar ac cident on Route 36 and County Road east of State patrolmen said Conklins auto struck the rear of the stopped operated by Wil liam of Guaden The bus was partially patrolmen but there were no Heavy damage was listed o the Columbus police are continu ing investigation into the appar ent shotgun suicide Thursday of Richard of 1570 Manchester son of and Geoorge Wil liams of Grant Williams body was found by special investigators from North American Aviations at 20 minutes after his ex pectant was taken to the The Milton Good and Everett had contacted Williams earlier in the day in connection with the theft of tools from North Amer Williams reportedly had ad mitted the theft and had agreed o go to the North American of fices and sign a statement at When he did not ap pear the investigators went to his home where they found him dead from a shotgun blast to his North American officials said today that Williams had been an employe of their firm 17 prior to layoff Service arrangements are DAY IIIGHTfNii By the time you get the te stallments the luxury you is Hydrant For Indian The Dover City Board of Con trol met yesterday aid ap proved payment bills total ling The amount ed mm for Members of the board lit or LeMoyae Safety rector William Swejgzer H   

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