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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                fif In Ovtr 600 Man Houn Are Needed Each Day To Product tho Rtporttr VOL 32 DAILY REPORTER MOM Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County September PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Carolina Dem GOP WASHINGTON AP Strom Thurmond of South Caro lina will announce tonight he is leaving the Democratic ranks to become a Gold water The conservative senators intentions were reported today by an unquestionably informed source who would not permit The announcement is scheduled for a television speech which Thur plans to make from at Thurmond himself declined to comment on various earlier re ports of his plan to make the but he did I hope to help establish a strong two party system in the And he permitted advance quotations from an address he 4D 0 prepared for intro X SIM AM ducing SenBarrv Goldwater of the GOP presidential at the Spartanburg Jreenville Khanh Foe Surrenders In By MALCOLM BROWNE Viet Nam AP Lam Van the former interior minister who or ganized the aborative coup last surrendered to govern ment authorities in Saigon to bringing an end to the crisis for the time Phat was one of several rebel officers who withdrew with their troops and tanks to My 40 miles south of after the coup collapsed The Saigon Radio warned today that If he did not surrender to Sai gon the government would not be responsible for his Phat heard the broadcast in My Tho and came to Also expected to surrender soon was another officer on the want ed an exchief of suburban Gia Dinh Nhan Minh Phat was the fifth coup lead er to surrender to the govern ment and to be placed under ar Already detained were Maj Duong Van former 4th Corps commander Col lluynh Van former 7th Di vision commander who agreed to return to Saigon from My Tho earlier today Duong Hieu commander of the See Page 10 Wealhervane YESTERDAY High 69 Low 43 Elsewhere In High Low Pr cloudy 71 54 M cloudy 62 cloudy 62 Los cloudy 77 51 46 61 cloudy 87 New clear 75 48 cloudy 69 47 cloudy 82 61 San clear 82 54 clear 83 58 TODAY RAINFALL Last 24 Hours Trace TOMORROW High 75 Low 52 Forecast Strom Thirmond Shop Unions Want Protection Strike Talk Menaces Railroad Peace At the very outset of that Thurmond charts his new position I am Indeed happy to have he opportunity to present to you today the man whom I feel in my heart should have the sup port of all South Carolinians and all Americans who cherish the United States Constitution and the freedom and stability which this great document was designed to preserve for all Americans of all Tonights announcement will not be Thurmonds first break with the Democratic As the States Rights candi he carried South See Page 10 V i Former Zoar Dies ZOAR Herman Disch former mayor and vil lage councilman died yes terday afternoon in his home following a 2year Born he was a life resi A son of and Jacob he formerly was employed with the Corun dite Refactory Brick He was a member of the Zoar United Church of I Survivors include his Helen a Raymond of Bol ivar 2 Fred Shirley Minnix of here andj Phyllis of the home a Carl of RD Bolivar a Henry Mohart of here and 6 Services will be Thursday at 2 fast time in Gordon Funeral Home at Mineral City with Clemens Wahl of Burial will be in Zoar Friends may call at Department the funeral home Wednesday Frank Fitzpatrick By NEIL GILBRIDE WASHINGTON AP New strike talk threatened today to break the nations uneasy rail road labor peace that followed last Aprils extraordinary White House A different set of unions are involved this but the basic issue is the same demands Levy loss Jolts Health Authorities Tuscarawas County Board ofj Health authorities and TB Health officials were jolt ed yesterday to find that a jroposed levy for an additional jtenths mill to support the tu berculosis program will not be on the 3 Last March the Health Board voted not to take any action on a proposed TB skin test program until the levyhad for job protection in an Industry with drastically declining em The members of six AFLCIO railroad shop unions reportedly are ready to walk out although a manage ment spokesman said no formal strike notices had been Unless theres some agree they dont expect to be at work said Edward spokesman for one of the We should be given 72 hours commented chief rail road negotiator Wolfe in I have not been told that they have set a strike Other railroad sources said there was no question that a strike by shopmen who main tain railroad equipment would halt most of the nations precipitating a national emer gency like the one thatcaused President Johnson to step in last organization direc tor of the SJieet Metal Workers International said all six shop unions had agreed presidential emergency board last month recommended cer protection for shop men who lose their jobs or are moved to lower paying jobs due to technological Sweeping changes in equip ment and operations that shar ply cut railroad employment have been a source of labor friction in the industry for The emergency board recom mended a fiveyear guarantee of present pay to any shop employe whose wages art reduced and fiveyear guaran Sec Auto Union Sets Friday Deadline In Ford Talks By GENE SCHROEDER DETROIT AP The United Auto Workers Union today set a strike deadline of 10 EST Friday at the Ford Mo tor in new contract bargain CHRISTMAS The Dover Retail Merchants Council is seeking opinions on this Christmas de coration on display in the National Bank of Dover If comments are 20 of the which cost will be erected throughout the David presi dent of the merchants has appointed John Gordon Singhaus and David Godfrey to the Christmas decorating The if are the permanent type and will be added to in the been voted on in On March health author ities they forwarded a letter to county commissioners outlining their plans and ask ing that the commissioners pre pare a resolution for the addi tional commissioners said they had no copy of the March 6 letter and had made no jour nal entry on the resolution for to take a united There has been no report of i progress in negotiations since a See Page 2 10 Bands Play At Fair Opener Ten county bands will par ticipate in the annual Banda from 7 to DAY BRIGHTENER Phila Scholarship Fund Drive Slated Ted manager of Jaffes which will be and proclaimed Dollars for Schol been ars businesses named cochairmen of the 1964 clubs and interested individuals in about 30 According to Fire Chief Jack nearly 50 per cent of the building was destroyed with the entire contents of the building due to extensive The discovered at rama on opening night of the by Earl Zurcher who tnoj A 65 Dollars for Scholars drive in New Herz is vice president of the Citizens Scholarship Founda also will be contacted to ob tain memberships in the Foun The Citizens Scholarship tion of New Philadelphia and Foundation meets an important Fitzpatrick is a member of the educational need in our corn board of directors of the Herz All stu dents attending technical for the campaign in colleges and nursing pel son ne needs a Vacation nhnnls PliaihlA tn annlv fnr a doortodoor solicitation chances are hes just had iin New Philadelphia on Satur chools are eligible to apply for The New Philadelphia chap er was founded last November See Page 10 SNfAK if expected to begin within the 3 to 4 on a tquqre foot Horti ftumjly Center lijnUqjr to at Bridfltport on a IJqere trail olonf of of general mprning that arto fra and removal be completed by added that 19 local for of the Igrgeit il in and will featwf nearly oJJ of A lot for 800 U Fire Destroys Barnhill Store BARNHILL efficient jwork by the Midvale Fire De partment saved total destruc tion of Golders Grocery Store here last night at 8 after fire men had the blaze under control 1964 County Fair next Tues The bands will give 5minute individual performances and then join for several numbers under the direction of James county music Walter fair secreta announced that extra Dover New Philadelphia buses will op erate during the He also said several outside exhibit spaces still are Findley is in his office daily from 9 to 5 and urges thosehaving items to display to obtain entry tags how and avoid the lastminute lives near the started around the chimney in the fur nace room in the stores base It burned through the first floor and finally through he Witnesses said the flames were shooting 20 feet in the Ohler said that the heat was tremendous because of the shin See Page IS UAW President Walter Reuther announced the dead line just before entering the bargaining We are prepared to join with the company in good faith to re solve the questions that are still Reuther Although Ford has offered the union virtually the same eco nomic package the UAW accept ed from Chrysler last Reuther said there still were questions to be settled on such matters as wage re lief time for assembly line and production stand The UAW leader said he Had hoped to avoid the necessity of setting a strike deadline but now that one was necessary he was prepared to spend as many hours as needed at the bargain ing table to reach an agree Meanwhile a new strike threat loomed on the Chrysler The UAW placed Chrysler under a new strike threat Tues although Reuther an nounced only a week ago today that an historic labor agree ment worth 54 cents an hour had been wrapped up Although he failed to it at the the national economic agreement Reuther announced covered only hourly rated production and mainten ance employes at Wilson Resigns Directors Post Ohio James Rhodes today accept ed the resignation of Depart ment of Development Director George Wilson with what he laid was sincere Wilson announced his resig nation next An Akron Wilson took over as director of the new de lartment in January 1963 when Rhodes began his Wilson said he plans to set up a pri New Philadelphia Will Salute City Employes At Fete New Philadelphias municipal employes will be honored at a smorgasbord dinner 19 in Elks Lodge auditorium with the general public invited to join in the good citizens The will include talks and The tickets will go on sale soon with attendance limited to cluding on arrange Al Agreement since has been worked out regarding parts depot Douglas UAW Chrys See Page Slayer Sentenced Ohio AP John 17yearold con victed meat cleaver slayer oi Vanetta Brucker last April today was sentenced to life imprisonment in Ohio Peniten in The committee ments comprises public relations chair man Police Chief Louis fire Elmer Service Director Bill street Jim Rankin and vate development company earBill Valentine of the sewage dis ly next posal On The About Civil Page 6 Dem If Page 10 Johnvon Marks A Page 16 Chance Hanks Yanki Again Page 18 IT Newt DMT UK if ft II Split Groh Unlikely lo Continue As Chief Of Police Dover Police Chief Garrison Groh went job hunting terday apparently not Jlanning to return to his post Following a 90day sick which also began Safety Director William Sweit zer said today that there was no discussion on the leave at last nights Civil Service Board meet ing but added use your own imagination concerning Grohs expected retirement announce ment at the end of the 3month Raymond Ries has been named acting chief for the M having served 2 weeks in that post while Groh was on va chief fer 7 and on the force 36 reportedly has applied for a meatcutting Howard Sharp of the civil ser vice board said examinations for filling a captains created by the recent resigna tion of Kenneth and a patrolmans job will be held Sharp said those presently eli gible to take the captains exam are Jack Paisley and Tho mas The remaining Joe has not held the rank J a prerequisite for the Sharp and Sweitzer both not that if either Pais ley of Holmes do not sign up for the all members of the de partment with 2 years service would be UF Chairmen Have Session Some M division chairmen for the 1M445 DoverNew Philadel phia United Community Fund slated met for dinner yesterday in Espea Qi U ffcui it a if feMtr lift in by latf Mfhtt Joseph campaign acknowledged tht large turnout and announced plans would be twaM for tit drive within the next 1 OB New PhUadeiphw workers are to meet I in Quaker Theatif for trainiM including the of a United Fund A iunUar prognon wl It held I in Bextey Theater fat ver campaign The map djysppfeft day wax   

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