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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Run Around In so scared they fin ii drciw AM didnt whit to dw in t fire home Saturday she Jumped from w window barefoot Another Joanne Me was the only JMt to escape the burning Ing only a pedaled a on her bicycle to mite on the near Joanne and nine of the vie Urns were children and stepchil dren of and Mrs Kenneth the other child fctfled was an orphan boy who lived with the to M unemployed auto and were not home when the fire Broke They had driven to Min neapolis to pick up tome ap ptiances which friends had given the victims were Daniel Loretta 4 Lucretla 5 Kenneth I Linda 9 Marvin 10 Rich ard Mary Me 13 Robert and Roger The McConnell youngsters were Bowdishs children by a previous Its no ones the weeping mother told Just be thankful you got It was to or it wouldnt Joanne said tin the children except Robert were in bed when the blaze broke Robert was in the lighting the woodfired 1 heard a cfack like a jar breaking or something Joanne I got up to find out what it Robert said thert WM fire and to get the ttdi t tried to wake them The children ill up the girls iii one room and the boys in they were scared they Plfe t Tht Reporter Mort Want Ads Than County Paper THE DAILY REPORTER HOME EDITION VOL 18 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew September Serving Over Pamllltt PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Coup Khanh Remains As Power MISS Miss pretty Vonda Kay Van poses with her crown after she was named Miss America df 1965 in Atlantic City late Satur day The 21yearold tearful and wonderstruck by her victory in the nations oldest beauty also was named by the other 49 girls as the pageants Miss Congeniality the first time that a Miss America had won the popularity Weathervane SATURDAY High 67 Low 39 YESTERDAY High 70 Low 35 Elsewhere In High Low 71 45 clear 03 39 Los cloudy 81 59 87 78 New rain 60 48 clear 69 37 San clear 62 55 clear 63 47 TODAY Frost RAINFALL Last 48 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 70 Low 46 Forecast continued Juvenile Court Jury Call Set The County Jury Commission Is scheduled to meet at Wednesday for the draw ing of names of 16 county resi dents to serve on a Juvenile Court Juvenile Judge Ralph Finley issued the order for the which is expected to convene 29 at 9 Only one case is immediately scheduled for that of Ed ward of charged with contributing to the delinquency of a 15yearold Dundee McRobie has been in jail since early June after pleading not euiity to the Also on but not yet scheduled for hearing are 6 other including 4 patern ity oae of contributing to the delinquency of a minor female and one of abusing a Spies Prepares 30 Grand Jury Cases Premier Calls For Discipline By MALCOLM BROWNE South Viet Nam bloodless military uprising aimed at ousting Premier Nguyen Khanh collapsed today and Khanh returned securely to power in He called for dis honor and The attempted coup faltered and died less than 24 hours after rebel troops marched into Saigon under orders from their dissident commanders to arrest Khanh as a Not a shot was Police Answer ih subsequently told Varied Calls A New Philadelphia woman complained Dover police at Sunday morning that her husband had hit her while they were standing on 4th She later to an attorney and went home in a Last a Dover woman asked police to contact her daughter at Clover Leaf Inn on 3rd and advise her that her baby was out of The message was A 14th woman told po lice Saturday afternoon that a dog which previously had bitten her son had The ca nine was returned to its A report of a man drunk in a car parked in an alley near was re Thirty cases will be presented to the Tuscarawas County Grand Jury when it convenes at 9 Principal charges include one 5 a malicious as a cutting with intent to and 6 Charged with rape is Arthur Rothacher of RD New Phila The 5 cases of larceny involve Jerry William and Walter Leroy and Allan Lal lenge earlier pleaded guilty to an The malicious assault charge against Delbert Haver of Midvale has been carried from the April Grand Jury and in volves an alleged attack upon a woman at Greens Hotel in Den Named in he charge on cut ting with intent to wound is Dale Another assault and battery charge has been placed against Merle Smith of who also will face a nonsupport ac Of the 5 breakin 4 al ready have been settled through pleadings to informations filed earlier by Prosecutor Harlan The eaiy case to be considered will be George Crow of New who is charged with breaking into the office of PAY MIGHTINII A husband is really broken in when he can understand every word his wife isnt County Recorder Ted Under A similar charge of breaking into an uninhabited dwelling is filed againstKenneth Ted Kranlz and William Grieson will face charges of passing bad The grand jury also will con sider a charge of operating a vehicle without the owners con sent against David Eleven nonsupport in addition to one against will be considered Named are Alfred Ray Woodrow Thomas Hoff Charles Ar mand Donald Zurch Frederick Edwin Joseph Jones and Robert The grand jury is expected to be in session 4 Wednesday afternoon mem bers will inspect County Common Pleas Judge Ray mond Rice will preside for the September Grand Jury Man Gets 5500 In Jury Award A Common Pleas Court jury this morning awarded to Edward Cunningham of Free port as the result of a auto accident in Cunningham had sought IM for partial an4 permanent disability from David Em ery of 1007 Front New and bis Curtis Keal Transport of The jury deliberated an according to George clerk of The decision fol lowed 3 Mil before Judge Raymond ported Police said the who had not been drink was recuperating from a black He previously had been treated at Union Fire Runs New Philadelphia At Saturday morning to the Wal ter Becker residence at RD 3 New where a neighbor reportedly was burn ing brush near Beckers barn Firemen said the blaze was un der news conference that the chief objective of his government now s to destroy colo nialism and neutralism while building through The 37yearold major gener who is in his eighth month as lead of South Viet Nams backed said he was moved by the spirit of unity shown by the armed He evidently referred to the mili tary leaders who chose to back him in the Facing the threat of interna we proved to be very worthy and we were able to save the previous blood of al our fighters against Com munist Viet he Khanh was seated at the conference table with the top officers who saved him from These included the air Force Gen Nguyen Cao who held Sai gon airport against the rebels and the paratroop commander Cao Van Notably absent was Brig Duong Van comman der of the rebel who capitulated to Ky early thi Before Khanh met the news Ky and Due had shared a news conference and declara their unity in supporting th government and in resumin the fight against the Communis In official See Page t Long May It Wave n a lawyer and volunteer artilleryman went aboard a British warship to ask release of a physi cian who had been taken into custody for interfering with ground But the and a who accom panied were even though Beanes release was because the British were setting sail up the Patapsco to bombard Fort McHenry at During the night the according to the World Al fired over some weighing 220 at the fort in an unsuccessful attempt to turn the tide in the War of The Francis Scott was so impressed by the bombardment and the fact that he could see in the glare of bursting shells the American Flag stiil flying defiantly that his poetic nature let him to scribble some words on the back of an The next on he wrote out the poem in Fountain Inn at Baltimore and give it to a Judge who suggested the tune Anacreon in Heaven for And thus he Star Spangled Banner came into It was ordered played by the military and naval services by President Woodrow Wilson in 1916 and it was designated as Americas National Anthem by an act of Congress on March on the 150th anniversary of Keys inspiring and majestic song and while the Supreme Courts ruling on Bible reading and prayer in public school still is an we pause to reflect on the fourth and last verse of the Star Spangled Oht thus be it when freemen shall stand Between their loved homes and the wars desolation Blest wjth victory and may the heavn rescued land Praise the Power that hath made and preserved as a Then conquer we when out cause it is And be our motto In God we And starspangled banner in triumph shall wave Oer the land of free and the home of the biavel Pleased With Khanhs Latest Victory By JOHN HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON AP The Jnited States welcomed today he quick collapse of the anti government military uprising in outh Viet Nam and officials laid Premier Nguyn Khahh should now be able to get on rapidly with plans to press the war against Communist guer Secretaiy of State Dean lusk summed up official reac ion saying I am leased that the trouble is over and that the government can now get on with its main No one here could say for certain whether Khanhs shaky lold on leadership in the bat led little Southeast Asian coun try had been strengthened or weakened by the Sunday coup but Rusk obviously hoped tha See Page 6 Countywide Levy Deadline 4 Hours Away With filing deadline 4 hours County Commissioners to day were still undecided abou placing a countywide operating levy on the 3 Commissioners are faced with the problem of covering an esti mated deficit in the 1965 general fund and sine early have been consid ering a proposed 5year levj which at that time was suggest ed as a means to raise neces sary Chairman Richard Demut said this morning at press tim that such action was still bein but would not in dicate whether or not the lev would be With 2 more levies being re See Page 2 Wives Man NFO Check Points SUGARCREEK Wives protesting National Farmers Oi ganization members manned check points to the Sugarcree Auction Barn this morning Ralph district organi He said the women are tak ing down license plate number and pictures of those enterin the sale He added that th women took over because of th press of farm duties for are farmers taking part in the hold ing Success Continues Department Manager James McGarry left and Richard Charneck share the burden of holding another classified advertising v Where do we go now was the query posed this morning to Manager James McGarry and Richard Char nock of The Daily Reporters Classified Advertising Depart Judging from their results in recent theyll come up with some They had just returned from accepting on Sunday a fourth straight award from the Ohio Newspaper Classi fied Clinic during its annual 2day convention in The award came for the best business building idea weekly baby In The Daily Report ers classified staff won a first place for the busi ness building idea with its restaurant page and a second place for automotive In it received another firstplace award for the best business building idea with the graduation employment The home builders page continued the departments success a year The recognition came for papers under circula 200 At Strasburg Post Office Event STRASBURG Approximate ly 200 residents attended dedi cation ceremonies in front of the new post office facility here They heard William of Cincinnati assistant to the regional postal laud the postal lacing his address with political points in favor of his President It is a pleasure to help de dicate another link in our com munication he We in the Post Office Depart ment also dedicate ourselves to serving the Last people in the postal system worked for you in handling 70 billion pieces of We do the every day job of so vital to a free and at the same time we maintain the sanctity of the first class The country needs a good postal He stated the Johnson istration would maintain post offices in such communities as even though they failed to show an operating pro because of the need for the He also said rural routes would be maintained despite tempts by some to end many of Ranter then presented master Arthur Strauss ak 50 star American courtesy of Stephen which had See Page t Ethel Move Out To Sea Tropical storm Dora headed farther out to sea today after leaving sections of the Atlantic Coast flooded from torrential rains and winds up to 60 miles an The Weather Bureau reported Dora was 180 miles east of and was moving away from all land While Dora appeared to be easing out of the nations weath er unseasonably cold temperatures continued to chill most of the eastern half of the Before she moved into the seven the toll since Dora first and were down to 35 miles an struck the mainland in Florida last week as a As the storm moved out to winds along the Middle Atlantic coast slowly diminished ON THE INSIDE Around The World 6 Dear Abby 17 17 19 Goren On Bridge 17 Horoscope 19 Hospital News obituaries Tropical stornj Dora lashed the North i Carolina and Virginia coasts with high winds and torrential One new death was attribj Television 13 utex to the bringing to i Womens 9 hour early Rains also were decreasing and were expected to end later Colder weather spread from Pennsylvania westward to the Early today Philips reported a frosty 23 At the temperature reading of represented a drop of 43 degrees from Sundays high of Elernmda Hurricane Ethel swirled into the chUJy North Atlantic after her fringe winds Sports uk 13 dys was moving in from   

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