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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Its For Gemini And New Railroad Work Stories Below First In Readership First In Photography First In News Coverage THE REPORTER HOME EDITION 28 largest Circolation In Tosearawas County DoverNew April 1964 Serving Over Famlllei PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Cle eland Racked By Rioting r Federal Of Ohio Rates Broadened By Richard Zimmerman Reporter Columbus Bureau COLUMBUS The federal government is moving into the electric ratemaking business in Every major private electric utility in the state has recent ly received a communication from the Federal Power Com mission FPC advising them to file or investigate rate sched Railroads Put Work Rules In Effect Friday WASHINGTON AP The nations railroads said today they will put into effect Friday work rules that are the center of a fiveyear This is expected to trigger a nation wide rail The announcement by chairman of the Nation al Railway Labor said the action was in response to a strike begun early today by four operating unions against the Illinois Central His statement said The operating unions as sault On the launched without warning in the dark of night against the Illinois Central and its is typical of the unions continued irrespon sibility in the featherbedding dis As neither the public nor the industry can tolerate this guerrilla the railroads plan to post their revised as affirmed by the Su preme at Fri April Informed of the announce spokesman for the This would amount to a na tional lockout and we have only one defense to cease work The employes wont work under these The dispute centers around what the railroads call feath erbedding work rules that See Page 2 ules in certain A large Rural Electrical Ad ministration REA coopera tive in southern Ohio has been ordered to show cause why its wholesale rates should not come under FPC While the FPCs growing power will directly affect only 2 per cent of Ohio consumers for the Ohio utilities look upon the action as a giant step toward tighter control from Washingtons reason for step ping in is based on an old and continually growing thesis that the federal government has an obligation to control all aspects of interstate The FPC has for some time been moving into this area of power but a recent rul ing by the United States Su preme Court both pepped up the agencys interest and bet ter defined its The high court ruled in a case involving a city which buys bulk power for its own use and for resale to commercial and private cus The company involved is located entirely within the boundaries of but buys some power generated See Page 10 Phila Area Man Loses Billfold Containing UHRICHSVILLE Davis of RD New Philadel reported to police he had lost a wallet containing yes terday at 11 near the Unit ed Bank of He said he thought he had left the wallet in the bank and that the only person nearby was a short who was gone when he Bank offi cials said that they had not waited on At 9 last night police investi gated a breakin at the office of Gonzales at 330 Water Police said someone had forced a door but nothing seemed to be Control s Power I Pastor Killed By Bulldozer 15 Are Injured CLEVELAND faced its second racial crisis in less than three months today in the wake of a civil rights demon stration that left a Presbyterian minister dead and touched off an allnight wave of rioting and Civil rights whose demonstration Tuesday halted con struction at an East Side school scheduled a noon demon stration at the Board of Educations downtown office The Bruce 27yearold white wai crushed to death under a bulldozer during the demonstration at school site in a predominantly Negro Fifteen other 10 of Three Cleveland policemen struggle in the mud with a civil rights who started throwing rocks at mounted policemen at the site of a school construction Insert is photo of Bruce a demonstrator who was killed when run over by an earth moving AP Wirephoto Smashup Near Stone Creek Kills Trucker State patrolmen at this afternoon were still on the scene of a 11 2truck ac cident on Route south of Stone which claimed the life of an unidentified Patrolman Gayle Arnold said the man was driving a pickup 5 X X Picture on Page 2 truck bearing a Canton regis The body was removed to Union Hospital by LinnHert ambulance for examination by Coroner Philip If ruled a traffic the death will be the countys sixth this The pickup according to had crashed into the rear wheels of a loaded semi rig operated by Joe of a driver for Lakeside Motor Freight The victim was pinned in the cab of the demolished truck for nearly an hour until freed by a wrecker crew and firemen from Houston Pitcher Dies HOUSTON AP Jim Um big Houston colt right handed pitcher who last year made a remarkable comeback after having a malignant tumor died today of By Charley Dickens professional and business groups around the area are mumbling in their cups about the rise in the price of morning Ten cents a compared to 10 cents for as much as you can drink Wow its no lest one and now its no morning lest one go Seems the various office and public institutions are getting straightened out about the fly ing of flags this The MWCD had its banner at full staff for a and Dover didnt fly its flag for a day and a The word of LBJ is Flags will be flown half mast until after the burial of Douglas Ontrary was in today to ask whether those protectresses of local wandering dogs would mind his plucking the feathers from a few ducks crowding the road as they twaddle across from the lagoon at Lakeview in New Philadel One lady he just about removed his left fender as she swerved to miss one of the ducklings hold ing to a direct course on her side of the Voting To Begin To Fill Follies Role Who will be The Maharajah of the Follies Votes to be cast by area residents will determine that role in High Fever Follies to be presented by Union Hos pital Auxiliary groups in Do ver High School auditorium Wednesday May and Thursday May at The selection contest be gins Thursday and ends Thurs April Each vote for your favorite will cost one pen ny with voting stations to be established in downtown Dover and New Candidates for The Mahara jah have been provided by service clubs in Dover and New Philadelphia from Exchange and Theyre pictured be Candidates are Darrell 205 Grant district manager of Gen eral Telephone Dover Ki David 141 Beech Lane New New Philadelphia Daily Times ad vertising New Philadelphia Dale RD Dover Fred 204 Lewis New owner of Watch New Philadelphia Frank 1112 Race Marsh Wall Prod Dover Clint 830 Miller New man ager of New Philadelphia City Loan New Philadelphia Li Lewis 713 Ackey New sales manager of Royal CrownNehi Bottling New Philadelphia Robert 534 Iron See Page 10 Weathervane YESTERDAY High 74 Low 42 The Weather Elsewhere High Low clear 48 29 cloudy 54 33 T cloudy 71 41 Los clear 74 48 cloudy 79 75 New cloudy 52 cloudy 65 44 cloudy 62 36 San cloudy 60 47 rain 64 53 TTrace TODAY 7 42 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours None TOMORROW Sunrise High 49 Low 27 Forecast Partly cloudy and Health Board Okays For65 Budget The Tuscarawas County Health Board last night approved the departments 1965 budget re quest and by unanimous vote set charges on well and sewage system inspections to meet 1964 Anticipated expenditures for 1965 are set at and an ticipated receipts at which includes from an additional 2tenths mill levy which will be placed on the No vember The same levy was narrowly defeated last No vember and resulted in a can cellation of all expanded pro grams this year and a 5 per cent cutback in all operations for The Health Departments cer tified budget for 1964 was set at compared with the See Page 10 10 them were Car and store windows were Police arrested 26 including four ju veniles accused of throwing Police and civil rights leaders appealed without success to the which swelled to more than to Time and again during the alernoon and early mounted police charged into groups that gathered to hurl taunts and sending demonstrators scurrying behind buildings along Lakeview It wasnt until early today that police reported the area A grim Mayor Ralph Loch who attends the Church of Lhe Covenant where the Klunder was assistant min said the city would use injunctions and fences to block further demonstrations at school sites in the Glenville area on the east Civil rights on the other called for greater militancy in speeches at a rally at Cory Methodist church Tues day Ruth execu tive secretary of the Cleveland chapter of the Congress of Ra cial told the rally plans would be made for a school A few hours before he threw himself into the mud behind the the Klunder had told another minister he was prepared to risk his life for civil He was one of about 150 dem See Page 2 York Firemen Station Contract York Volunteer Firemen met last night and awarded a contract to Kidron Elec tric to construct a fire sta The 40 x 60 brickveneer cement block structure will be erected near Jerusalem United Church of Christ off Route Plans also were made for the annual strawberry festival June 20 at York Twenty mem bers Empty Gemini Put Into Orbit In New Project CAPE unmanned Project Gemini capsule rocketed into orbit to scoring a resounding sue cess for the United States on the opening shot of its second maninspace The flight marked a major milestone in the and bolstered hopes that the first team of two Gemini astronauts will ride side by side into orbit late this A more sophisticated unmanned shot scheduled in the summer will be a determin ing factor in reaching that The nations 29 astronauts and many key space officials ob served todays critical A powerful Titan II until was fired only in military weapons See Page 2 names will be considered for the vacancy resulting from Hal Boyles the previously announced resig nation of Patrolman Dean Was MW MJ HIC UUCIIU for consideration by the departWomens Pages Dennison Home Gutted By Blaze DENNISON The entire stairs of the Charles Meesa home at 116 6th was ted by fire at There also was considerably water damage as both regular and volunteer firemen fought the blaze for 2 The cause of the fire which started in an upstairs closet in as yet The which is owned by a Buf man was insured fotf the contents were not Damages were estimated at The Meeses and their 5 dren reportedly spent the night with Firemen said the father is on the welfara Dover Police Deskman Quits Dover Police Chief Garrison Groh today announced the res ignation of Greg a effective April He gave financial reasons for of 419 3rd will not be replaced from the Civil Service Board list since he is not a regular member of the according to He added that when the Civil Service Board meets later in the Crane ON THE INSIDE Around The World Dear Abby Alvarez Goren On Bridge Column Hospital Newa Obituaries Groh stated that 3 names Sports will be selected by the board Television 27 Your Horoscope Darrell Cope Dover Kiwanis I David Lacy PhUa Kiwanis Dale Johnson Dover Rotary Fred Rotary Frank Brechbiel Dover Lions Clint Boatsel Phila Lewis Byers Robert Shryock Exchange Donald Doves Jaycees t   

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