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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 5, 1965, Dover, Ohio Blonde Ohio Beauty is miss Usa by Kelly Smith Miami Beach Fla. Apr a stunning blonde Beauty from Ohio who dreamed As a child of becoming a nun holds the scepter today of miss . Statuesque sue Ann Downey 20, of Columbus Ohio won the Crown Friday night Over 14 other finalists in the Field of 47 and will represent this country in next months miss universe pageant. First runner up and sues Standin is Jane Nelson who As a voice major at Arizona state University represent Ted that state. She lives in Tularosa n.m., and was a finalist in last Falls miss America pageant As miss new Mexico. Judy Baldwin of Clovis n.m., was second runner up. The youngest entrant Julie Andrus 18, of Mayfield ky., was third. Blonde Dianna Batts a Secretary at the Pentagon in Washington from Falls Church va., was fourth. A a in a elated. I done to believe it. It seems so so impossible a said the shapely 35-24-35 Inch foot-8 Ohio state University coed. A ifs the most marvelous thing that has Ever happened to usually Calm and poised sue ripped through rehearsals so fast thursday she ended in bed with ice packs for an injured leg. But it was nerves not the see miss Usa Page 15the daily reporter vol. 62. No. 277. 44 pages. Largest circulation in Tuscarawas county Dover new Philadelphia Ohio saturday june 5, 1965 7 cent Halfway and it s All go space twins set new Mark in endurance Houston Tex. Apr astronauts James a. Mcdivitt and Edward h. White ii still in Good shape and remarkably Alert soared past the Halfway Point of their record space ride saturday As medical monitors maintained a close watch on their condition. The air Force majors reached the midpoint of the planned four Day trip at 11 14 . Est As their gemini 4 spacecraft sailed More than too Miles above the United states at the end of their 31st orbit. At that time they had been in space for 48 hours 58 minutes. They Are to return to Earth just after noon monday. A a we re in Good shape up Here a command Pilot Mcdivitt reported to the ground this morning. He added however that he was a a trifle weary and during the night he had his Best sleep yet. White who provided the main excitement of the planned four Day flight by taking a 20 minute excursion in space thursday was asleep at the time the report was made. John Hodge a Mission control Center flight director reported this morning that the astronauts spent a a very uneventful night. We did what we were supposed to do following the flight plan gathering medical data eating drinking sleeping and performing Hodge said the astronauts appeared to be As Alert As if they had Only been in space for five minutes instead of More than 47 hours. He reported spacecraft conditions were excellent and there was nothing in sight that could cause an Early termination of the Mission. Hodge said he was impressed with the a enthusiasm and the awareness and awareness with which they re answering ques see its All go Page 7 i inside i copters assist Viet resurgence. Page 2 posse seeking triple Slayer. Page 2 i Hobby show is underway. Page 3 division looms in California. Page 6 j tour carries i education value. Page 17 Mesqui slated i at East Sparta. Page 23 j culinary Comer i mrs. Al Menapace. Page 25 f i.,.-,-, a struck by Auto Uhrichsville a police in Vest aged a minor Accident yesterday at 3 40 . Involving a youngster on a tricycle. Edward t. Butler 68, of 716 n. Dawson St. Told police he was backing his Auto from his garage when it struck John Preston 4, of 522 n. Dawson St. Who was Riding on his tricycle. A Check with the boys Mother mrs. Robert Preston revealed that he was not injured. Bruce Bretz of 404 n. Water St., reported to police yesterday at 5 55 . That 2 Cartons of Cigar ets had been taken from his Auto while it was parked on water St. Articles stolen mrs. Agnus Schmucker of 940 Logan a. New Philadelphia reported to police last night that a foam rubber Cushion and 2 blankets were stolen from her Auto As it was parked near Barneys tavern. Mrs. Pat Mcdivitt left and mrs. Pat White Grin As they talk to their orbiting gemini husbands from the space Center in Houston. Additional funds to Spur Beaverdam Creek project Doyle lawyers ask new trial attorneys for Jefferson a Doyle 25, of Danville ii yesterday filed a motion for a new trial for their client in common pleas court. Doyle was convicted thursday after a Day jury trial on 2 counts of larceny by trick. He was found guilty of taking $2,000 in Cash from Curtis Schupp 73, of 219 Poplar St., and $300 from Addison Wiandt 82, of 600 Railroad St., both of Newcomerstown. In their motion Attys. James Bayhouse and Clair Hoffman charge Doyle was prevented from having a fair trial because of irregularities in the proceedings of both the court and the prosecuting attorney of abuse of discretion by the court and misconduct by the prosecuting attorney. They further claim the verdict against Doyle was contrary to Law and not sustained by sufficient evidence and that errors of Law were committed during the trial. Residents of the perennially flooded Beaverdam Creek area possibly will see their major nuisance solved soon As according to the u. S. Soil conservation service supplemental funds have been received for planning work in the area. Beaverdam Creek is one of 4 watershed projects slated to receive the Federal assistance in Ohio a 28-county appalachian area. The other districts Are Pine Creek watershed in Scioto Lawrence and Jackson counties East Fork of Duck Creek watershed in Washington Noble and Monroe counties and Short Creek watershed in Jefferson 4s& Day brightener what with today a Rock a no Roll music ifs increasingly hard to remember a pretty girl is like a Melody. And Harrison counties. Atty. Richard Goforth of new Philadelphia chairman of the local steering committee told the daily reporter today that he had not been notified of the funds yet. Goforth did say that a i think it is very encouraging to know that these additional funds Are available and this is certainly a step in the right although he did not anticipate any immediate local action he said that it would take a possibly 4 or 5 years to get the problem straightened out. One of the major drawbacks in appropriation of funds has been the question of priority. Ohio University with a chronic flooding problem of its Campus has claimed top priority because state property is involved. The school is annually deluged with water from the Hocking River which runs less than see funds Page 29

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