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Dover Daily Times (Newspaper) - October 17, 1967, Dover, Ohio
The daily reporter Bill Mauldin Page 4 tuesday october 17,1967 Ralph Post lath Waite general manager Dover 0. Harry Yockey editor we the people of the United states in order to form a More perfect Union establish Justice insure Domestic Tranquility provide for the common defense promote the general welfare and secure the blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our posterity do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United states of America. Keep the Gate open not Long ago the president of the United states received a letter from the people of los Algodones a mexican Border town near Yuma Ariz. Noting that the president has Many problems they nevertheless asked that he take a moment to consider theirs. A could you please a they wrote a keep the Gate open 24 hours a Day a the Gate in question separates los Algodones from Yuma. For years it has been open Only Between 8 . And 6 . After 6, in the trenchant phrase of Gen. Alberto Mejia a resident of los Algodones a we All turn into if there is More than a Trace of bitterness in the phrase circumstances justify it. Mexican Cotton Farmers who buy tractors and supplies in the . City must adjust to a rigid time schedule to get their equipment serviced. Though Many citizens of los Algodones would like to pay tuition and Send a their children to Yuma High schools the time differential makes it difficult to get them to classes there on time. People who want to shop in Yuma at Days end. Or see a movie must make a 120 mile round trip to enter the United states at another Border Point. The situation is More serious than that. The nearest Hospital is in Yuma and lives have been lost because the Border Gate was not open. On one recent occasion an american Hurt in a traffic Accident on the wrong Side of the Gate died before the . Customs officer could be aroused to open up. We go into this in some detail because this state of affairs demonstrates so clearly How . Relations with Mexico Are affected by what May seem like Small things. Keeping the Border Gate open 24 hours a Day would Cost Little a far less than the dividends in terms of better feeling Between the two countries. Blow to underground that s called Locking the door after the elephant s Jack Anderson dec Engineer too naive everyone in weighs against Organ crime depends for its existence. Jed crime. Everyone says a is no tas Clark noted the underworld Bat it awful a and a Why done to Law in tens especially on gambling. If As for Cement authorities do something an act of responsible citizenship about it a All whom that popular millions of americans were to curb shoe fits should lend an ear to their appetite for betting organized attorney general Clarks observe crime would be dealt the heaviest Washington a the electrical giant Erali a reports on the alarming traffic in Tion a the attitudes of the Public blow it has Ever suffered. Ebasco services has been caught in the diseased meat. His inspectors have found make possible much of the Success doubtless this is too much to exact 0j attempting to subvert an atomic for example that raw and cooked Gar of organized pet. But is it too much to expect Energy official who was evaluating the Bage is fed to hogs in violations of health this is not quoted approvingly by Good citizens to do All in their safety 0f an Ebasco designed nuclear re Way of suggesting that the efforts Power to encourage police in their actor t0 be built at Vernon. It. Of police and other agents of Law own communities to crack Down on the official is paid Check who headed enforcement can or ought to be re gambling extortion and other prime the safety evaluation team taxed on the contrary their War sources of underworld Revenue 7 the Day before the safety report was on the underworld should be step the attorney general had some submitted . Reichelt an Ebasco Faith in jury system erased Ped up and Given More Public thing to say about this too. He vice president telephoned Check an a support of Law enforcement Finan said that a local police can make known Engineer who recently had come Cial and otherwise is not enough the difference that has to be made to Vork for the atomic Energy commis the Public a not an amorphous in order to defeat organized Sion and invited him to dinner mass composed of All the a other in this undertaking the police need Check told this column he had been Fellows a but each individual must All the Community support they can naive for not wondering Why Reichle accept responsibility for combating get. And More individual restraint sought him out he insisted however they organized crime by not indulging on the impulse to Gamble would had not discussed contents of the Contin the vices on which organized help too. Dental safety report. No i inn inf c the amazing fact however that just Yiew Points 4 Days before the Young Engineer was scheduled to answer questions about the safety of the Ebasco reactor before the atomic safety and licensing Board this letter was written due to the mis Able doubt a True decision cannot be reach Reichle telephoned him from new York Carriage of so called Justice in the recent cd. Rial of Gail e. Herman a Dover police As i have said before i am writing this licensing Engineer. Man charged with hit skip. Letter from my experience As a juror. I Check flew to new York City to Dis having had the privilege of serving As have seen on numerous occasions in pre cuss the Job offer. When superiors learn a juror i have Learned from experience Vious trials where the jurors have arrived de about this they suspended him f r o in and strongly feel that the american sys at their verdict because they were tired of and negotiations with Ebasco. Pm of trial by jury should be abolished arguing and wanted to get the verdict a a in simply was not aware of All the Reeven though it is supposed to be the fair so they could go Home. The Farmer wants sections on my behaviour As a civil serves system. To go Home and do his chores the House ant a Check explained to this column Cit the fact that it took the jury nearly 4 wife wants to Cook dinner Iron and do jag his inexperience in government hours to arrive at a verdict in the Case her Christmas shopping especially during Ebasco Long experienced in government of Herman is proof there was much doubt the september term of jury service. Each relations must have been fully aware of individual has his own personal reason for those restrictions. Meanwhile Here Are excerpts All too typical from the inspectors reports on processing plants that Are now sending meat to the supermarkets. From an inspectors report of a California Plant a the operation is located in a building that is falling apart. It is infested with flies cockroaches and rodents. Storage facilities Are lacking everything is out in the open. No semblance of prom a report on a Texas Plant a the inside of this Plant is As dirty and filthy As any place can get. Flies Birds nests in the jurors minds As to his innocence or guilt and rather than not reach a decision which is their main function the jurors who believed him innocent allowed heir minds to be swayed and pronounce him guilty rather than be a Hung jury. It is no crime not be Able to reach a decision and As Long As there is a reason portraits by John Metcalf do you dear do you dream of me my Darling. As i often dream of the pallid Moon will saunter. In the Fields of Blue a. Do you also Ever wonder. What i think about at night t. When the stars upon the heaven. Will be Clear and Bright. Do you dream of me beloved. When the wind from Distant Shore. Quietly and slowly passes. By your shadowed door. Are you also always lonely. And will Long to have my love. When the creamy Clouds Are castles. Towering above. Do you dream of or my sweetheart. Till the Dawn of Day is the Silken Crimson sunbeams. In the sky appear ii him in Iii Miil lilt published daily except sunday at 350. Reporter ct., Dover 0 44622 by Mansfield journal co Telephone 343-7706. Second class postage paid at Dover. 0. Subscription rates. Moil subscription payable in Advance Moll subscriptions on Rural routes in Tuscarawas Carroll. Coshocton Guernsey. Harrison Holmes Ond Stark counties month $1.50, 3 months $3.50, 6 months $5.50. Year $10.50. Post office Ond Rural Box holders who receive paper some Day of publication Ond subscriptions in other of to counties month $1.75, 3 months $3.75, 6 months $6.50, year $12.00. Carrier delivery week 42 cents year $21.84. Wanting to get things Over with and go Home not realizing they Are judging another human being regardless of what the charge is against him be it murder or a Misdemeanour the jury in the Case of or. Herman choose to believe the testimony of one person Over that of not one but 4 other witnesses whose testimony was the opposite. As for me let me be judged by god and not a jury. A citizen Dover. Gracious greying rep. Catherine May a Wash has claimed during her congressional career she is the Friend and Champion of the housewife. This week she is proving otherwise. She has become the Friend of the american meat Institute. Most housewives Don t realize that 25 per cent of their meat is processed and packaged by plants that Are exempt from Federal inspection because they Are located within state boundaries. These plants have been marketing meat from what is known in the Trade As 4d animals a dead dying diseased and disabled. The animals often Are slaughtered under the most unsanitary revolting conditions. To bring these plants under Federal inspection Cong. Neal Smith a Lowa and Tom Foley a Wash introduced a Tough Russia finally has started airing color meat inspection Bill. However the House television programs although receiving agriculture committee under pressure and offered him a Job As Bascos chief cobwebs weeds manure dried blood causing very unpleasant doors welcomes any visitor to this Plant. From a report on a Kentucky Plant a the dirtiest Plant in be seen in 40 years. The Walls ceilings floors were filthy Fly covered in fact everything visible was badly in need of a thorough from a report on an Illinois Plant a junk and unused equipment littered the perimeter of the curing and preparation rooms. Direct contamination of product from dripping beams and Rusty overhead structures was sets Are not yet on Sale. This Way the stations get fewer complaints about program Quality. The Kremlin wants to make sure that Ivan does no to know what he a missing. We wonder if the comrades Are pestered from the powerful american meat Institute watered Down the legislation so Federal inspectors could offer Little More than technical advice to intrastate meat proc Eusores. A showdown vote is scheduled this week in the House. Behind the scenes the meat by phone Calls from Nielsen ski asking i o b b y i s t s have been Button holing and which color program they re not watching backs lapping congressman to make sure the Smith Foley Bill wont be revived. Leading the fight against effective meat inspection will be House agriculture chairman w. R. Poage a Tex who has a notorious record for siding with the farm Bureau and the big food processors against the Farmers and Consumers. More surprising however the meat lobby has also lined up rep. May to 0 lord to us belonged contusion of work against the housewives whom she face. Because we have sinned against claims to represent thee. A Daniel 9 8. The american meat Institute has also we really get mixed up when we wan brought pressure upon the agriculture lieder from the paths of righteousness. Apartment to suppress the inspector Gen unlike the muscovites americans place too much emphasis on watching programs and not enough Effort on producing them. The russians claim they invented coloured programs. All red that is. Bible thoughts news of yesteryear in years ago Marion Wallies of do or performed a whip and knife throw ing act at new Philadelphia Central elementary a annual carnival. Tuscarawas toastmasters club held guest night in new Philadelphia elks auditorium. William Brumbaugh of new Philadelphia was president. 20 years ago Warren Leggett of Midvale suffered a badly crushed left hand while repairing a water Well pump at his Home. Jim Fritz fullback and Dick Day halfback scored touchdowns As the new Philadelphia quakers blanked the Columbus Aquinas terriers 17 0 in a Grid contest in Quaker stadium. I years ago Rev. E. Frank Cody of new Philadelphia first presbyterian Church conducted services in the tuberculosis sanitarium at the county Home. Mrs. Robert Crone Baugh mrs. Alfred Sehl and w. S. Mackintosh Sang. 40 years ago bids ranging from ,529 to $112,000 were submitted Bill general contractors seeking to erect the Andrew Deis Myca building. Fire chief Byron Bose submitted a report to City Council showing a fire loss of $5 and a Cost of 75 cents Iii maintaining the fire truck for september. Congressional quarterly Congress is. Economy regulations. One tuberculosis Sanitorium in California was found to be Selling its raw garbage to a hog rancher. The prevalence of hog cholera in american hogs has become so serious in fact that England has banned importation of pork products from the United states. By congressional quarterly Washington a Economy in government May be the most popular Capitol Hill Issue of the moment but Congress As usual is finding the deed harder than the word. It has taken Little action so far to reduce a projected $29 billion budget deficit and appears unlikely to do so. House passage of a $2 billion Federal pay increase thursday saw Only 39 Economizer sticking by their guns. President Johnson said in August he could keep the deficit Between $14 billion and $18 billion through a to per cent tax surcharge and other tax increases plus spending cuts. But a dispute Over his proposals brought a stalemate Between the president and Congress that makes reduction of the deficit to the lower figure doubtful. Members of Congress have made it Clear that they will not vote to raise taxes until the president assures them of deep spending cuts. House republicans Are demanding a $5 billion Cut in spending for the current fiscal year which has Only 9 months to go but so far have failed to outline where suitable reductions should be made. Administration forces counter that to Cut spending by $5 billion in this fiscal year would require a Cut of $10 billion in appropriations because of the time lag Between appropriations and expenditures and say there Are Only about $20 billion in the entire budget that Are susceptible to spending cuts. So far Congress has approved and sent to the president More than half of the $132.4 billion in fiscal 1968 appropriation it will consider this year. It managed to Cut these appropriations by $1.9 million a 2 per cent a but Only by $300 million of this came from no defense funds. The $1.6 billion Cut from defense appropriations probably will be offset by an estimated $4 billion request for supplement defense funds. In the remaining $47 billion in pending appropriations reductions most Likely will be made in poverty and foreign Aid funds traditionally favored targets for budget cuts. In an Economy vote oct. 4, the Senate knocked out of the Antipoverty Bill a $2.8 billion emergency employment program for the ghettos. But efforts in the Senate to Cut Back Money for such Politi Ealy enticing projects As Public buildings and flood control dams have been Defeated by Large margins. However the House appropriations committee under pressure from the Economy bloc is reviewing appropriation Bills already enacted to see if a decisions of funds is possible. The last time Cong Ess considered such action was in 1945, when military appropriations were cancelled following the end of world War in the president has said that he w ill not recommend specific appropriation cuts to Congress but will make his decisions on where to Cut when each appropriation Bill comes to his desk. So far however the administration has refused to Tell Congress where cuts have been made in the Bills already enacted. Meanwhile Congress has sent the president veterans and Federal employee insurance Bills that exceeded his request Cost Levels by $163 million. The president vetoed the Federal employee Bill and signed the veterans Bill the Federal pay Bill passed by the House would Cost about $63 million More for this year than the administration planned and a military pay Bill is still to come. On the Revenue Side Congress has taken Little action on a number of Revenue producing measures besides the tax surcharge. President Johnson in april sent Congress a postal rate increase Bill designed to increase revenues $709 million in fiscal 1968. The House did not pass the Bill until oct. La More than 3 months after some of the rates were to take effect. Meanwhile the Post office department estimated that it was losing about $35 million in new revenues a week due to the delay. Other Revenue requests included permission to sell $4.4 billion of certificates of participation pcs in Golem sent Loans. Proceeds from these sales Are counted in the budget As offsets to expenditures rather than As receipts so far Congress has approved Sale of Only $750 million in pcs for the Farmers Home administration $50 million less than requested. There is Little likelihood for approval of a variety of user taxes asked by the president. These were estimated in the budget to yield $275 million. Ralph Mcgill 30 for an old Friend Eddy Gilmore went Home to a London suburb after a Days work at the associated press office. Soon after one of those mysterious clots broke Loose in an artery and he died of a massive coronary. Reminiscences Are Likely of interest Only to other newspapermen and women but i would like to remember him on paper. I remember him in Atlanta when he was breaking in with the journal a cub out of Selma Ala. By 1936 he was in Washington. It rained at Franklin Roosevelt a inauguration. Cabs were not to be had so we walked from the Capitol All the Way Down town. We went to an office in the National press building took off our clothes and spread them out on 2 radiators. We wrote our stories in the nude while our underwear Woolen suits and overcoats gave off a steamed Damp Aroma that made the room smell like one of the old time pressing Eddy is the Only fellow i know who had to get Joe Stalin a permission to be married. He Eddy not Joe had fallen in love with a really pretty girl with a charming personality Tamara Chern Shova. She was one of Many russian girls who opted for a career As a dancer. This falling in love was during the War years and to the stalinist mind any and All foreigners were in some degree suspect especially news correspondents. Tamara was warned to quit seeing the Dixie charmer. But Eddy was a winning fellow. He also was a guitar player and could sing country music pretty Well. The russians liked it. Soviet authorities soon gave the bad news. Tamara was Given one of the More merciful punishments. It was As i recall a no. 4.�?� that is to say she was barred from living in the 3 largest cities in Russia. Some of the banishment were a a no. Ion or More. This really put the victim Back in the Sticks. This was the sad situation when Wendell Willkie that very admirable Man who had been the Republican presidential nominee in 1940, arrived in Moscow in 1942. Willkie had never been in sympathy with the foreign policy of the gop leadership. There was too much isolationist sentiment in it. Lend lease to England had chief Tusky says Saigon a armed Security police descend on a Truong Thanh to demand win he seeks a . Visa. Maybe that a Why. Been opposed by these republicans. Willkie believing civilization required some sort of world organization took a fac finding journey in 1942 to the Middle East Russia and China at the request of president Roosevelt. Willkie a Book a one world a was written after that Long and dangerous trip. Eddy was among those who covered Willkie in Moscow. He saw him often and managed to bring up his personal problem of Tamara and her banishment. Willkie brought it to Stalin a attention and made an urgent request that Young love not be impeded. Stalin agreed and Tamara came Back to Moscow. She and Eddy were married and lived happily Ever after a until Eddy died swiftly unexpectedly. In March 1945, on a journey to Moscow i carried along 2 pairs of Nylon stockings for Tamara. She helped show me the City and took me to visit friends. There was also a dinner at the Gilmore apartment and time for Long talks and lots of laughter. There was always laughter where Eddy was. It was not until after Stalin a death that Eddy could bring Tamara and the children out to London. He won a pulitzer prize he wrote entertaining books and lived the sort of life he liked a always close to the news to Tamara and his family. He was a Good reporter. The boy from Selma Ala., went a Long Way. He always made friends. One never forgets a Man like Eddy Gilmore. Your i. Q. How to score a based on too question a or to co erect answers rates you As a Mem a Emu or 8 very Superior 5 or 6. To Days with a daily average As follows excellent 4 Good. 1. Simon Legree is a character in which famous novel 2. A fathom comprises How Many feet 3. Is a Boa Constrictor a venomous Snake 4. To be eligible for election to the Congress a candidate must be a native born citizen True or false 5. What governmental organization is hanged by the Law with responsibility for protecting the president 6. In governmental regulation antitrust refers to safeguards against what 7. On which Day of the week does labor Day always fall 8. Name the roman goddess of Wisdom. 9. Is the Federal tax on jewelry purchases a property excise of sales tax in. Does the u. S. 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