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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                flfiitttJii attd i well Mother city tHMiMA AeJeni my HIV compared with the earn torn of city and area persons employed In they Ire While a Dover patrolman or fireman Is growing an the breadwinner next door Is knocking down con ilderably more As a the 1903 av erage income per household was PraliMipnla MM M Even worse off to a New nht traffic Officer w rwhose pay is tew or SupeiTlsuiy personnel of el ther department areni much better A Dover police tain receives white a New Philadelphia captain gets The figures are similar for fire Department ef the departments Police Chiefs Garrison Oroh and Louis Clark and Fire Chiefs Glenn Heck and Clarence Shill fteeiw in average ma grow tont ringing from dark recently questioned Who ever heard of i supervisory employe to industry snaking per month who re ceivw oversees 4 12 and ujttrttlmeschool besides having other duties netted with the He even occasionally works on the desk when his shifts are short Threats of wholesale reslgna tions in both the Dover and New Philadelphia fire and police de m By have been rumorM KftUk over we past on iney seem Fefci 9TM9 9 I KM Captain CMOf ill Melt part they aft family men who need their pay checks no matter how small every 1 weeks to pay bills and provide for the needsof their wives and Although there on considerable griping and complaining by firemen and pen there also is deal Good police and fire protec without are See Page ia At afeeve clarl wart ebtalnea Dtvtr and FMiaMipMn city avtNtn walk aaMVMt were taken frtai a 1H4 ef lit Nattwwl Oritr ef WUh tfci Mctptfra tf al pay for tvtrtiaw Tatrt it a ainal fafevMy pay itnrkt en tit CambrMft tftparhMvt Dtvtr pottet aad fire fiftrti an bastd the top kvtl of Ho roat pay 24 Hours A Day Someont From The Reporter Is Working For You THE REPORTER HOME EDITION VOL 30 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew September 1964 Serving Ovtr Famllta PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Barry Goldwator right confers with ato minority leador Evorott Dlrluon offer tho by a 4944 approved tho adminis trations modicaro Goldwator criticiiod tho program as a significant stop toward turning tho Social Security Act into a relief and charity By WALTER MEARS AP keynot ng his campaign for the White promised today to end he keep the peace and lalt the cancerous growth of the federal I do not intend to be a war ime the Republican residential nominee And Goldwater said he would keep the peace without the Republicans will end the draft and as soon as he That iromise Goldwater accused President ohnson of using the Selective Service System for political and social Returning to the ancestral By JOE HALL WASHINGTON AP Sen ate Democratic leaders drove for passage today of a Social Security bill with a program of health care for the aged already written into Mike the majority obtained an WASHINGTON AP The Senate today a proposal of Winston to raise the minimum monthly Social Secu rity retirement payment the present to time for a threeda Labor pay The biggest Senatefight on the legislation settlec Wednesday with a 49 44 vote to add to it hospitaliza tion and other health care bene fits for persons over Increased retirement and oth er benefits would also be pro and both the tax rate and the wage base on wbic they are levied would be to meet the added It was the first time eithe branch of Congress ever ha agreed to write a health car agreement to limit debate on all remaining The first to be considered to day was one by Winston to raise the mini mum Social Security payment from to a It was not expected to be Mansfield said the measure might be passed and sent back to the House late If he final action will come from program into the 29yearol ocial Security Th Senate rejected similar propos als in 1960 and The health care amendmen sponsored by Albert Gore and Clinton Ander was put throug with votes of 44 Democrats an Opposed were 16 Democrats ncluding 15 Southerners an Frank Lausche of Ohio and 28 Republicans includin Barry his par See Page 2 Phone Users Jump Gun On Changeover General Telephone sub scribers in the Mineral City and Sugarcreek area for the past aeveral days have been able to reach patrons in the DoverNew Philadelphia exchange toll It is the result of directdial ing equipment which is being tested prior to a 20 an nouncement of the direct line The Daily Reporter this morn Ing was able to direct dial both although some subscrib ers apparently have experienced difficulties due to the Parrel district com mercial said the pre mature discovery of the direct dial hookup will probably make testing and tuning up of the equipment He urged patrons not to at tempt to use the system art restrictive meaeurw w0 ht taken tf testing becomes in iff saM announcwnent of the direct service wai plMMd tor when new knafca ara Promises End To Draft Cold water Dedicates Campaign To Pursuit Of Peace home where he launched his two campaigns for the Gold water said a prepared speech The campaign we launch today is dedicated to peace through progress through pur pose through constitutional or Prescott authorities forecast a crowd of more than more than double the population of this onetime territorial capi tal in Arizonas hill 100 miles from William Miller of New the Republican vice presi dential was to be on hand for Goldwaters Goldwater will return the favor Saturday in In other opening shots of the Goldwater campaign against President Johnson The Arizona conservative ac cused Johnson of using the outmoded and unfair military draft system for social schemes as well as military He said Johnsons is an ad ministration of mobs in the street restrained only by the plea that they wait until after election time to ignite violence once He charged the President fol lows the way of unilateral dis armament and appeasement in foreign He said the growth of the fed eral government must and shall be But he added prudence requires that we pro ceed slowly and steadily in withdrawing the central govern ment from its many unwarrant ed interventions in our private economic Assailing Johnsons handling of the Selective Service pro Goldwater declared Republicans understand that the military forces need trained volunteers who make the mili tary service a Republicans understand that the purpose of the military forces is not social or political it is to help keep the peace of the he To use military services for political or social schemes as this admin istration does is to drift clos er to war on an ebbing tide of military Goldwater said the Republi can party is the peace I promise an administration that will keep the he and keep faith with freedom at the same He did not spell out his charge that Johnson has used the draft for social and political But Paul press sec said Goldwater was talking about administration programs aimed at retraining of men rejected in preinduction draft Johnson asked Congress on 14 for million to help rehabilitate young men who are rejected by the draft on mental or physical The president announced last April a study of the draft sys and said that inquiry would consider the possibility of ending Selective Service within a Goldwater said crime and lawlessness has mounted under the Democrats and he linked that charge to civil rights He said it is not the function of the federal government to enforce local But it is a responsibility of the national leadership to make sure that and its spokesmen and its porters do not discourage the enforcement or incite the breaching of these Gold water Goldwater said Johnson seeks concentration of power as an announced article of political Goldwater said he would See Page S YESTERDAY High 80 Low 49 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low Pr clear 93 63 clear 88 clear Los clear clear 73 85 87 80 76 88 71 82 66 53 62 M 58 M 66 58 57 New clear clear clear San clear clear MMissing TODAY 7 50 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 90 Low 62 Forecast Winter Hours Set For Dover Library The Dover Public Library will be closed Monday in observance of the Labor Day holiday and then begin its winter hours Hours Monday through Fri day will be 9 to with Saturday opening from to 5 Youngsters From Squalor After listening to a story of squalor and Juvenile Judge Ralph Finley today order ed 5 children of Charles Ra der of RD New placed in the temporary care of their maternal A county public health a welfare caseworker and Ju venile Officer Harry Fisher tes tified to the unfit living condi tions of the 3room house oc cupied by the Raders off Old town said when he was call ed to investigate conditions on 26 there had been no wa ter in the house for 2 the children and their mother were filthily dressed and the house was filled with stench and David who had known of the situation since last told Finley today that on her visit 18 that house was in as bad a See JUDGE Page t FUNERAL SET SATURDAY York To Get Military Farewell By BILL RAWLINS PALL AP Alvin who rode out to war 47 years ago in a horse drawn has returned to his beloved green valley of the Three Forks of the Presi dent Johnson led tributes from across the The doughboy hero of World War I died Wednesday in Nash villes Veterans Hospital at the age of succumbing to a uri nary tract The to which Presi dent Johnson and other leaders will send representatives or at will be at 2 Saturday at Yorks Chapel here on the banks of the Wolf River in the Cumberland The President expressed his sorrow saying the Medal of Honor winner epi tomized the gallantry of Araeri can fighting men and their sac rifices in behalf of Harold chief of staff of the ird re leapd this statement In ret oguition of the special place WELCOME TO DOVER Twentythree new to the Dover School were briefed on procedures at an orientation session this morning conducted by Emmet Riley and other school The entire school staff will meet Tuesday for the annual convocation Shown are FRONT ROWDavid Parks Esther Charlotte Raymond Luys Roy Darrel William Judith Charles Terry and Suzanne BACK ROWHelen Carrico Thomas Charles Nancy Rich ard Mabel Howard Sara Betty Brandt and Karen Not shown are Beatrice Georganne and Wayne Stuck Permit Holder To Ask or Cancelation Another which could cap all previous evolved today in the countys move to close Stuckis Tavern at 206 Tuscarawas Do John Stuck of named as holder of the liquor permit n a temporary injunction granted last Thursday by Com mon Pleas Judge Lam told The Daily Reporter his morning he will ask the 3hio Board of Liquor Control to cancel the permit immediate a brother to of operator of the said he was taking this course of action to avoid further association of his name with the In the injunction Pro See Page ON THE INSIDE Around The World Dear Abby 9 Alvarez 27 Crane Goreo On Bridge Hospital News Obituaries Sports 15 V Television 1 Voams Pages 12 1 Your Horosoope N SOUTH VIET NAM Khanh Resumes Leadership Role lew Minimum Vage In Effect or Million By MALCOLM BROWNE South Viet Nam AP Nguyen Khanh again assumed full com mand of South Viet Nams sha ky government The pre mier said he had won support of luddnist leaders who were hreatening to renew antigov eminent violence unless their demands were Khanhs return to power after fiveday temporary retire ment at the mountain resort of Dalat was disclosed by a gov ernment spokesman following a sixhour emergency Cabinet Khanh flew to Saigon from Dalat amid reports that be was demanding full support from all members of the care taker government that had been led by acting Premier Nguyen with Nguyen Ton leader f the party who resigned Wednesday as vice premier aft r charging Khanhs govern ment had no legal Khanh plans no repri als against the spokes man Khanh also won an agreement from Buddhist leaders to call off planned hunger strike and a fee Pafe S Xuan The military has promisee Khanh their complete sup The situation looks much more stabilized the spokesman wai expected to retain members of the powerful Dai Viet party in the govern ment amftbe armed Be fore Khanh went to Dalat following violent antigov eminent he charged that members of the party had plotted agajitst his Voungsfer Gets f n Court Judgment Warren of 705 2nd son of New Maurice Philadelphia and Beverly Schilling has been awarded settlement for injuries re ceived on last 1 when struck by a truck Commercial at the corner o and fed St New The Probate Court entry re ports that Robert Warner wa driver of the truck owned b Stocker Concrete of Gnad which allegedly strucl the Also named as defend ant parties in the settkmen were Stocker Sand and Gravel and William A guardianship was establish ed for the settlement money in care of tin boyi WASHINGTON new ederal minimum wage of per hour goes into effect covering some million rs who were brought under ederal labor standards in But the Labor Department es timates the law will bring pay raises to only about half a lion of The others are al ready making at least The Labor Department urea the pay raises for about workers making less than that will increase their an nual income by a total of about 1115 million an average of about The hourly increase from primarily affects workers in service and construction Next they will step to the minimum that ready covers some 95 million American The law taking effect 1961 amendment to the Fair bar Standards also quires time and onehalf for overtime beyond 4 hoyrt instead of 44 DAY illOHTlNW you cant   

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