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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 22, 1965, Dover, Ohio Stone Creek finale is May 28�?Page Isth daily reporter vol. 62. No. 266. 44 pages. Largest circulation in Tuscarawas county Dover new Philadelphia Ohio saturday May 22, 1965 7 cent partial . Retreat planned a a a bombers pressure Hanoi area a Park opens for simmer planning a weekend picnic one of the better and More immediate spots one that la afford a panoramic View of Dover and surrounding area is City Park. The Park with the exception of the lower shelter where Road work is still underway is now open. As of May 30 the entire facility will be available for use with Park custodians on duty to handle game equipment. Besides the Roadway to the lower shelter a general overhaul of the facilities has taken place Parks and cemetery supt. Clarence Stucky stated today. All rest rooms and playground equipment have been painted and lighting fixtures and outlets checked. Rubbish Drums have been placed at strategic spots and additional ones will be placed around the grounds by opening Day. P is ii inside i i particulars filed in fraud cases. Page 6 ir77 timetable i set at Bolivar. Page 13 i u. S. May expand z nuclear facilities. Page 14 salvation army s i work never ends Spage 17 i i viewers to get look at death. Page 19 Fred swegheimer j is culinary expert a. Page 25 county teachers conclude course. Page 32 indians unveil mighty mouse. Page 36improvement is noted in or ceasefire by Robert Berrellez Santo Domingo dominican Republic apr the United nations sought today to extend the 24-hour truce in the dominican Republic into a lasting cease fire. Before the shooting stopped at noon Friday the military situation had developed into a standoff Between the two warring factions. This made diplomats optimistic on the cease fire prospects. The civilian military Junta fought with tanks and machine guns right up to the deadline Friday and was reported to have crushed rebel resistance in Northern Santo Domingo. This left the rebels with their downtown stronghold which is sealed off by . Troops who have strict orders not to allow armed forces from either Side through their lines. The area is about 8 City blocks wide and 12 blocks Long. The truce which ends at noon today was negotiated by the red Cross and the United nations to evacuate the dead and wounded. Secretary general u Thant told the . Security Council Friday that his representative in Santo Domingo Jose Antonio Mayobre was try see Retreat Page 2 Queen Melba. Melba Steffen Newcomerstown Secretary for 30 years was honoured at a Surprise ceremony Friday afternoon. After being crowned with the Tiara worn by 1964 Homecoming Queen Shirley Hendershot she was presented a bouquet of roses by Olive Craigo then serenaded and Given a Golden paddle Symbol of her Royal authority. Miss Steffen then was presented a portable television by Dave Voegle student Council president a gift of the faculty staff and student raid clubs n. Vie military bases Saigon Viet Nam apr a massive Force of . Air Force planes slammed bombs into the Quang Suoi military Barracks in North Viet Nam today in the closest raid so far to the communist capital of Hanoi. Ninety air Force jets destroyed 37 buildings in the target area which stretched from 55 to 60 Miles due South of Hanoi . Military spokesmen said. On one previous occasion . Planes had gone nearer to Hanoi but that was to drop leaflets. All the planes returned safely and no enemy aircraft were seen a . Spokesman said. No planes were reported lost in today a series of air strikes which began with Small scale Navy reconnaissance raids shortly after Midnight and ended with the mass assault on Quang Soui Barracks Early this afternoon. Forty . Air Force f105 thunderchief bombers struck the Quang Soui Barracks escorted by 50 support jets. A . Spokesman said the aircraft ranged Over the target area for 45 minutes. Then the air Armada moved South to Phuoc qui ammunition see a press Hanoi Page 2 Usu Branch Survey near completion a Survey by Kent state University officials to determine the feasibility of a permanent area Branch Campus in Tuscarawas county was completed yesterday with the exception of one High school which has yet to return data forms. Francis Hazard director of a Sun a academic Center in new Philadelphia said 4,000 items and Survey forms designed to indicate future enrolment interest in Tuscarawas and several adjoining counties have been taken Toksun a data processing department Kent officials will interpret the data with the results to be announced in mid june. The Survey was requested by county commissioners who have pledged part of the county owned land now occupied by the county Home and to Sanitorium for a Branch Campus and the Dover woman hospitalized following 3-car Accident an 87-Yearold Dover Man has been charged with failure to Stop within assured Clear distance a 72-year-old woman admitted to Union Hospital and 2 others received emergency treatment following a 3-car crack up last night at 8 50 at the n. Wooster . 7th St. Intersection. Cited by police was Adam Baab of 225 e. 10th St. He will appear before mayor c. Lemoyne Luthy monday morning. He does not have insurance. Admitted to the Hospital where she was taken by a Meese ambulance along with 2 other injured women was Veritas Gefken 72, of 115 w. 7th St. She suffered severe Scalp see woman Page 3 Usu academic Center advisory Board. Hazard also reported that yesterdays ruling by the Ohio Board of regents against establishment of any new 4-year state assisted University until there is Assurance of a minimum of 5,000 full time enrolment will not affect the centers immediate plans Here. If a permanent 2 or 3-year curriculum Center could be established he said future enrolment could warrant a 4-year program by 1975. The advisory Board will meet wednesday night to determine additional action to implement see Survey Page 9

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