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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1964, Dover, Ohio Joseph Woynedale Two Uhrichsville Coshocton Jailed After Still Raid 1 By Pete Groh and Dan Miles Daily Reporter Staff Tuscarawas County sheriff deputies jailed 2 women Friday as the result of a raid on a Mineral City area alleged base for a iheft ring operation and site of a moonshine Chief Deputy John who was to confer this mornr ing with Prosecutor Harlan said the theft ring prob ably will reach into Stark and Carroll Expected to be charged with possession of stolen property former John Delia of Mas are Fredricka of RD Mineral and a Barlock Indicated that war rants will be issued later today for several of the Mineral City womans ranging in age from 18 to The accord ing to were operators of the located in the base ment of the 2story frame home near Township Road about 2 miles from Mineral It is expected that additional charges of aiding in the illegal manufacture of whisky will be filed against the A gal lon of the white lightning was confiscated in the My son dont run a Fredricka Grant told reporters as deputies probed the Claiming her sons worked for a the graying woman continued that she was not a permanent resident but she was just visiting for a couple of The other woman claimed she was just visiting If you haul em youll get a chance to haul em Fredricka Grant challenged dep uties as they carried barrels See STILL Page t Dover Police Force Loses 7th Member QUAKER Cinda God daughter of and Dale Godfrey of 518 High 1W445 New Philadelphia High Quaker receives her Quaker cap from her pre Sunday daughter of Raymond Murphy of 352 Kb Miss Godfrey was recognized during haiftime ceremonies at last pights New PhiladelphiaCan too Lincoln football The bouquet of roses from her Thomas a Dover patrolman more than 2 yesterday became the seventh member of the department to resign within the last 4 His effective was submitted to Acting Po lice Chief Ray Ries said Gintz cited financial and per sonal reasons for Three other policemen and 3 deskmen also have the most recent being Kenneth taking over the reigns of the department while Chief Gary Groh is taking a 90day sick said that in all prob ability will be required to work overtime to complete the work He also noted that some days off could be Desk Dispatcher Leren Vasbinder opens the deer ef a cruiser for Fredricka Grant standing next to Chief Deputy John Barlock and Stella Grant for a ride to the County The 2 dogs foreground were not as mean as a sign in the front yard of the Grant home Hiram Countys 16th Traffic Death Tuscarawas Countys 16th traffic fatality of the year was recorded last night following a onecar crash at 11 on Route just north of Newcomers Ramo of Hi a was killed in stantly when the auto went off the right side of the strik ing a bridge Patrol men said he sustained a broken neck and crushed Driver of the Curtis of was admitted to Union Hospital with abrasions and head See Page 6 THE DAILY REPORTER 40 i i DoverNew September 1964 Dover Johns Launches Campaign Sunday Weathervane YESTERDAY High 67 Low 59 Elsewhere In High Low clear 81 56 Chicago 70 61 rain 68 61 Los clear 72 clear 84 DAY BRIGHTENER Wiveshave J ways of meet ing t domestic crisis Sue for separate have a good or rearrange the 61 61 57 77 61 60 59 60 66 New cloudy 85 rain 72 clear 78 San clear 74 79 TODAY 7 61 RAINFALL Last 24 hours inch TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 85 Low N Forecast Sunny and warm Dover Johns United Church of Christ building fund with a minimum goal of opens Sunday and will run through Fred drive gen eral said The will be used to erect an square foot Sun day School addition adjoining the sanctuary on the northside of Wooster All of the 750 families in the congregation will be contacted within the next 2 weeks for do nations or Ralph Buehler will head Divi sion Initial Gifts with Roy Kenneth Gas Wilford Sher man Price and Walter Zimmer man as Robert Kappeler is Division 2 Special Gifts leader and has Clifford Otto Earl Charles Snyder and Zone Spangler as Keller Nixon and Clark Baughman are Division 3 Gen eral Gifts Cap are Robert Ken neth Frank Robert Paul Gianno Marion Glen Huff man and Ralph Captains are obtaining a list of which will be an nounced next All solicitations are to be completed by VanPeft of a representative of Bur rill of Kansas a professional fundraising organ is campaign The new church school unit will be a 2story brick structure providing 26 additional class rooms and administrative of ON THE INSIDE Around The World Goren On 21 Hospital News V 14 17 to M Sports Womens Pages I 4 t
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