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Delphos Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Delphos, Ohio Thought for the Day Rudyard Kipling said a meddling with another Many a Folly is always thankless Delphos Leherald weather partly Cloudy and mild saturday with highs from 75 to 80 and lows saturday night from 55 to 65. Fair and mild sunday with highs in the Low to mid 80s. Vol. 101 no. 82 phone 692-5050 saturday sept. 19, 1970 eight pages Price ten cents what a happening by Ora Cal Wego Fahr concludes the last of his trilogy on his recent trip to Michigan. We wish we had a better travel writer for this department but for the time being Wego Fahr is the Best we can do. As usual he bumbles his Way around the place picking up Only a bit of information Here and we enter the column Wego is headed Back toward Delphos along the West coast of Michigan. Countryside Isnit anything spectacular and the Road does no to give a View of Lake Michigan. Continued to Holland mich., which gets a lot of publicity for its dutch heritage. Kept seeing giant signs about dutch Village outside Holland. A restaurant gift shop and things dutch. Wanted admission Price. None of signs had mentioned that. Signs indicated nothing about paying to get in. In Holland Only major sight is the Windmill in the Center of the Park. Lots of Beautiful Flowers but arrived too late to tour Windmill. Closed for the night. Continued southward. Looked Over South Haven. Downtown at night is totally nothing but Scenic along the Waterways. Lots of resorts in area but just passing through did no to seem like much. Remember talking to person from Southern Michigan about Delphos people who go to Coldwater for vacation and being told people in Southern Michigan go northward for their Day in St. Joseph Benton Harbor. Watched Lake Michigan As Waves came in during Rainy weather. Number of cars on Beach with families just watching the water maybe hoping rain would Stop headed southward and at Roadside Market for Haven peaches. Made All mistakes possible. Told honest looking proprietor to pick out the most delicious looking peaches he had. Explained also they had to withstand drive of about 150 Miles. Then went walking around stand leaving it to honest looking proprietor to pick peaches for me. Noticed peaches he had selected had much Browny softness. Asked about this. Honest looking proprietor who expected head never see me again explained peaches were tree ripened and therefore the most delicious he had. Could have asked him to unload peaches but accepted honest looking face. Peaches weren to too bad a the half of them we could eat. Maybe someday go Back again and give him another Chance but i done to think into Ohio and made mistake of getting off at Wauseon exit instead of last exit in Indiana or first exit in Ohio. Must go Back again and do this trip Over again. Or. And mrs. Jerry will South Franklin Are Back from a four Day trip to Jamaica. They were attending the Ohio state pharmaceutical association convention at the hotel Hilton in Ocho Rios on the Northern coast. Mornings were spent in business sessions but the afternoon and evenings were pleasure. Or. Will said one of the highlights of the trip was the Tours especially those of the plantations. They met several members of the jamaican pharmaceutical association who attended the meetings. A phone Call came into the office the other morning and due to the nature of the question was switched to the editorial department with just the comment a line one a Gal on the editorial staff connected to the line and the conversation went As follows a what was the name please a said the caller. a thank you a said the caller hanging up. Now if this did no to leave some Blank spaces in communication nothing Ever will. So the member of the editorial staff went to the front office to find out what the caller wanted. A ooh she just wanted to know the name of the new miss Delphos a was the reply. So if the caller was confused when she read the Delphos Herald thursday evening now she knows Why. Or. And mrs. Carl j. Wrasman of 418 South Clay St. Recently returned from a two week vacation in Germany visiting their daughter and son in Law s. Sgt. And mrs. Thomas l. Nichols. While there they toured Luxemburg Belgium and Southern Germany. S. Sgt. Nichols is stationed with the . Air Force in Pitburg Germany. They have been living in fleece Germany since july 1969 and will be returning next March. The Herald which is always yapping about other services a from the Telephone company to the failure to Stop burglaries by the Delphos police department a Isnit All that hot on its own servicing. Sometimes the Herald mailing machine goes on the blink sometimes the Herald fails to make the mail deadlines. One Man has been complaining about service on the mail route for months. One Cloverdale resident missed four papers in a month. A woman subscriber commented a when we pay the Price we do for a newspaper i think we should get almost every night there a somebody in Home delivery service gets missed and sometimes there Are two or three. When the Herald tries for a every Home delivery percentage of a a misses goes up quite a bit. We understand the Herald is getting a new mailing machine but its taken a Long time to do so. Bright spots Are that most Herald Carrier boys go for several months without a subscriber complaint and that motor route Drivers go even longer than that but we think at the Price the Herald is charging the service should be perfect. An area Householder figure Why his electric Bill had been so High the past several months. Upon investigation of the matter he discovered he was not Only using his air conditioner but that his electric heat was also in operation. He was really prepared for those rapid changes in temperature. The following items Are suggested As suitable for the Christmas ditty bags for Vietnam. Using this list As a to guide include at least 8 of these items. Do not try to include All of the list. Miniature adult games checkers chess Etc. Tablet writing paper 6�?�x8�?�to self Seal envelopes no airmail Wash and Dri packets Toothbrush and Holder Small packets soap powder or detergent Terry Wash cloth not White or red pen size flashlight with batteries White Cotton stretch sox plastic Sandwich Type bags 5packets of pre sweetened drinks Windproof lighter and flints Small plastic snap shot Holder Small plastic inflatable Pillow Bandana Type handkerchief Small tins of nuts or candies vacuum packed Only Nail clippers ballpoint pen pocket Calendar plastic soap dish dental floss personal size soap Metal Mirror pen knife chewing gum Large safety pins lifesavers cigarette Case Small address Book comb playing cards. Do not include the following used items gifts in breakable containers religious materials food medicament including foot powder and insect repellent Reading material red Cross staff in Vietnam advise there is ample Supply of paperbacks available. A gift card will be included to indicate that your group or club has donated the contents. Flower lovers about Delphos Are saying it is time for Bill to Harvest the seeds from the sunflowers in the planters. They want to be sure there will be seeds for next year. Whatever savings plan you prefer this Bank pays you interest. Your Money earns enjoy More convenience. Save where you can do All your banking at our Friendly full service Bank. The commercial Bank member . Delphos Comer canal Days features Marcia Youtsey chosen a miss Delphos will Lead the old fashioned canal Days Parade at 2 . Today. It will form at i . On North canal Street. Another feature will be the free High wire act by Maho pin at to a m. And 8 . A Waterfall fight at 4 . A teen dance from 9 . To Midnight at the Peoples National Bank drive in parking lot and a free drawing for a Pony and a girls or boys bicycle. Fred Agabashian appeared at both local High schools yesterday. A continued on Page 8 winners in the sack races held yesterday Are in the top photo. Shown from left to right Are first place Winner in the older youngsters sack race Randy Moore son of or. And mrs. Don Moore Ted verhoff son of or. And mrs. Charles verhoff placed second in the younger children a sack races Ellen Suever daughter of or. And mrs. Clarence Suever first place Winner in the younger children a sack races and Jeanne Odenweller daughter of or. And mrs. Alfred Odenweller placed second in the older children a sack races. In the Middle picture Are the winners of the Watermelon eating contest. Shown from left to right Are Ben Allen son of or. And mrs. Dale Allen placed third Mary Van meter daughter of or. And mrs. William Van meter second place Winner and Jim Minnig son of or. And mrs. Camilius Minnig first place Winner in the Bottom photo Are the winners of the pie eating contest Jeff link won first place and received three dollars second place went to Barbara Maas. She received two dollars and Billy Loetz placed third. He received one Dollar. In the Watermelon contest. Jim Minnig received three dollars Mary Van meter received two dollars and Ben Allen received one Dollar. To the sack races first place winners received two dollars and second place winners received one Dollar. Strike effects mushroom Detroit up a Friday was the last full payday for the duration for More than 355,000 striking general motors workers in the United states and Canada. Effects of the shutdown of the worlds biggest manufacturing corporation began to mushroom. Members of the United Auto workers who struck pm at Midnight monday collected pay checks Friday for the previous week. They averaged $1% before tax deductions including overtime and shift Dif Washington up the government charged Standard Oil co. Of Ohio Friday with fixing prices at arbitrarily High Levels on gasoline and other products sold under the Ohio Label. Attorney general John n. Mitchell said a suit requesting an injunction was filed in . District court in Cleveland accusing the company of conspiring through secret agreements to set prices charged for Ohio products by service stations not owned by the company. The suit charged that the agreements permit privately owned service stations using the Ohio Trade name to sell Ohio products Only at prices equal to those charged recall Candy bars due to Salmonella Washington up the manufacturer of of Henry Candy bars is pulling Back its products following government disclosure that about one million bars might be contaminated with Salmonella. Salmonella is a bacterial germ which causes stomach upsets and diarrhoea. A spokesman for the food and drug administration Fra said the Salmonella Type involved in the Candy rarely causes serious illness. The product recalled by Williamson Candy co., Chicago a division of wander Lambert pharmaceutical co., included four brands of Candy bars a of Henry Choo nuts salted nut Roll and nut oysters. Herbert d. Anderson Williamson Plant manager told up the firms Candy factory stopped production about sept. 4 after an pad inspector reported finding Salmonella in samples from two batches totalling approximately one million of Henry bars. The Candy was All distributed last june. Ferenti als according to the second quarterly statement of the company. As the strike moved through its fourth Day with prospects it would last considerably longer suppliers made plans for Sharp cutbacks in production that would Lay off thousands of other workers. Pm Laid off another 9,231 workers Friday at plants the Law did not strike because they were suppliers of other Auto makers. That brought to 21,219 the total of Law workers Laid off in non struck plants since the by company owned stations. The agreements also restrict the privately owned stations to purchasing Only products approved by Ohio the government charged. About 2,946 of the 14,102 serv ice stations in Ohio Market their products under the Ohio Trade name. As a result of the alleged Price fixing the department said a customers have been deprived of the Opportunity of purchasing Petroleum products Tea tires continued on Page 8 slated sept. At 1 30 . Sept. 28 at the Delphos Public Library Delphos senior citizens will be Given a Chance to hold a town meeting. They will meet to speak out on their needs vote on the priorities of these needs and fill out a questionnaire. This forum is part of the first step in preparation for the White House conference on aging to be held in Washington in 1971. They will discuss such issues As income health housing nutrition employment transportation education retirement roles activities and spiritual life. Results of the discussions and questionnaires will be correlated with similar forums throughout Allen county and forwarded to Washington. This is the Opportunity for senior citizens As Well As those preparing to retire to present a United front of what is needed not Only legislatively but Here in Delphos so that we can mobilize to help meet these needs now according to the Rev. T. T. Baumgardner. Strike began. Prospects were that Many More will be Laid off when the company a pipelines for its own cars became full and the plants Are reduced to making Only parts for other companies. Some plants Are expected to Cut Back to two Day a week operations. Libbey Owens Ford Glass co., one of the two biggest suppliers of Glass to the Auto Industry announced a Layoff of 300 employees in three Toledo Ohio area plants by the end of this week. The other big plate Glass supplier Pittsburgh plate Glass of Pittsburgh said its production would be curtailed after two or three weeks. Many other suppliers from seat belts to carburettors also had or planned Sharp cutbacks in production for the duration of the strike with mounting layoffs. Columbus up a Mark Shields Campaign manager for democratic gubernatorial nominee John j. Gilligan said Friday More than $34,000 in state Money was paid to Campaign staffers for cop All older americans May attend this forum. A to program explaining the forums further will be seen at 1 50 . Sept. 23 on wite Toledo Channel 30. A local talks going badly United press International Ohio United Auto workers Union leaders were expected to Tell Law president Leonard Woodcock in Cleveland Friday that a local talks Are going badly with general motors firms in the state. Woodcock was expected in Cleveland late Friday to join the picket lines against pm plants in Parma As part of the nationwide strike against the car manufacturer. William Casstevens regional Law director for Northwestern Ohio and Northwest Pennsylvania was among the leaders who were to meet with Woodcock at Parma. A local talks Are going badly a Casstevens said a and the corporations Are refusing to meet their candidate Roger Cloud. The charge was disputed by a Cloud press aide William Brantley who said a emr. Shields is a liar and a Shields said his list includes six members of Cloud Campaign staff that have been earning $3.42 an hour to $6.90 an hour out of state funds. A your figures show that these members of the Cloud Campaign staff were paid a total of $34,068 out of the state Treasury Between the feb. 4 filing deadline and sept. I 1970,�?� Shields said. Brantley said Cloud workers were not on the state payroll when doing work for the Republican gubernatorial candidate. Standard Oil accused of fixing High prices meeting for senior citizens 28 at Library Cloud press aide disputes charges Maho pin whose free High wire act is the Star attraction of the old b fashioned canal Days Celebration from sept. 17-19 is shown above following her first performance Here. Fred Agabashian above right appeared Here yesterday at both local High schools As a representative of the Champion spark plug company safety program it

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