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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 22, 1965, Dover, Ohio Pate 2, the daily reporter Dover Ohio sat., May 22, 1965 press Hanoi continued from ease i depot too Miles South Hanoi and destroyed six buildings and damaged another four. The . Planes dropped 75 tons bombs Over both targets. They were mostly 750 Pounders a . Spokesman said. Ground fire was reported intense Over Quang Soui but no enemy aircraft were seen. . Navy planes also hammered at Road targets and a naval station. At to . Planes from the Midway cruising in the Gulf Tonkin hit a vietnamese Navy it boat hidden under camouflage and being towed by a trawler. Many hits were made both ships with rockets and machine gun fire a . Spokesman said. The trawler was left burning. Vietnamese air Force planes joined in at i . With an armed reconnaissance raid along three highways near the Laos Border. The vietnamese planes also dropped leaflets the towns ton and a Don. The to vietnamese planes All returned safety after striking at a series targets including the Quang Khe naval Barracks Brick Barracks at Xong Ray and group 20 Small boats at Phu Schnh. The vietnamese reported sinking the boats. Intensive fire hit the vietnamese from the Quang Khe base but All planes returned. A Sharp clash was reported today Between vietnamese army troops and Viet Cong forces near Ben cat about 30 Miles North Saigon. The Viet Cong were reported to have hit the town with 25 rounds mortar. Civilian casualties in the town were said to have been Light. First reports said casualties May have been heavy in the fighting that followed the mortar barrage. The reports said up to a battalion Viet Cong troops May have attacked about 70 South vietnamese troops. Unconfirmed reports said one possibly two americans accompanying the vietnamese were wounded. Air strikes were called in and some were said to have hit within 600 Yards Ben cat a Strong communist guerrilla area. The fighting broke off late in the afternoon and armed helicopters prowling the Region were said to have lost sight the Viet Cong. In South Viet Nam . Marines carried out a scorched Earth operation in a Viet Cong hideout area South Hue. Communist guerrillas fled after Token resistance when marines with flamethrowers burned huts Many containing ammunition Mart the daily reporter published daily a capt sunday at 350 reporter ct., Dover o., by Mansfield journal co. Telephone 4-2167. Second class postage paid at Dover. O. James Lonergan. General manager. Harry Yockey. Editor. Subscription rates mall subscription payable in Advance. Mail subscriptions Rural routes in Tuscarawas. Carroll Coshocton. Guernsey. Harrison. Holmes end Stark counties. Month fl.50. 3 months m-50. A months $5.50, year 110.60. Post office and Rural Box holders who receive paper same Bay publication Ami subscriptions in Athar Ohio counties month Lejk i months 63.76. A months 66-80. Year $12.66. Carrier delivery weak 66 cants year $21.66. Motor route Soma a Carrier. La the political front the Long awaited reshuffle Premier Phan Huy quates government was expected to be announced this weekend. The shakeup announcement had been scheduled for Friday but vietnamese sources said it was delayed by a reported plot against Quat and key military leaders. Reports indicated that the air strikes were Only partly successful. A military spokesman said four a4 sky Hawks ranging Over communist territory Friday night spotted 20 trucks parked in a Clearing off route 16 about 120 Miles South Hanoi. They hammered at the area for to minutes with 250-Pound bombs and rockets and reported leaving one truck burning. The pilots also reported that a building near the Clearing burst into flames. It was believed the building was a gasoline storage dump. In the Marine operation below Hue the Viet Cong appeared to have evacuated the area from 30 minutes to an hour ahead the marines leaving behind equipment and ammunition. Snipers harassed the marines during the Day but there were no reports casualties. Military sources believe that the communists intend now at least to avoid any showdown with a Strong Marine Force. They Are expected to try to ambush Small units As american troops push into mountainous terrain West the three Marine bases in the Northern part South Viet Nam a Danang Phu Bai and Chu Lai. No More arrests anti government plotters were reported. A search was for col. Pham Ngoc thao a former press officer at the vietnamese embassy in Washington who was described As the key Leader. Also wanted is Brig. Gen. Lam Van Phat. Both Are under death sentence imposed in absent a for past activities against the government. They Are believed hiding in the Saigon area. Authorities said Friday that plotters had aimed to assassinate key vietnamese government and armed forces leaders and topple the government and military High command. It is known that several dissidents have been holding Small secret meetings but informed quarters have expressed doubt that they had the planning organization support to attempt a coup at this time. These sources Felt that at most there might have been an attempt to Kidnap prime minister Quat other government leaders. The first government disclosure the alleged coup plot said Viet Cong elements were involved but there has been no further explanation this aspect the situation. The Viet Cong today released five japanese abducted april 28 while working a japanese government irrigation project. A vietnamese interpreter who accompanied them also was freed. Or. Hirohiko Suzuki the group Leader said the group was treated Well but was bored and hungry much the time. A we were fed Rice leaves very Little else Suzuki said. A it was very difficult at big fall mice tags and ally a Quot gallery lines roof a building across the Street to View ruins a supermarket in Brooklyn n.t., after the roof fell in some 50 last minute shoppers. Of the 25 injured Only one was serious. Building once was a movie. Partial Retreat a continued from Page i ing to extend it another 24 hours. Jordan and several other nations were working a Resolution which would have the 11-nation Security Council Call for a lasting cease fire. In Washington . Strategists said prospects for a solution to the dominican crisis have taken a turn for the better and chances for a permanent ceasefire Are brighter. They cautioned that much remained to be in briefs Tuscarawas county sales series e and h. U. S. Savings Bonds in april were $153,886, Volunteer chairman Ray Adkins announced today. The county had attained 31.2 per cent its annual goal at the close the month. Harold p. Baker president the Baker i Way express trucking co. Of Stone Creek has been re elected to serve a 2-year term the Ohio trucking assn., Board trustees. The elections were held at the Ota 47th annual convention in Columbus. John w. Edwards 603 e. 5th St., Dover has been appointed credit supervisor at Union Hospital according to Harold p. Alden Hospital administrator. Edwards replaces mrs. Dorothy Booth Dover who recently resigned. A former Dover service director Edwards has been an insurance agent and has managed the Lafountaine variety store in appeals Cincinnati apr Robert Ray Abbott serving a life term following conviction murder in the slaying a Kentucky nurse has filed for an Appeal. Abbott 21, Dayton was convicted March 24 killing nurse Wanda Cook 24, Bellevue by. The United states announced it would withdraw some 1,700 its 23,000 troops in the dominican Republic. The number to be pulled out is about equal to the number troops being sent in by latin american nations under the auspices the organization american states. . Officials said a sizable . Contingent and some inter american forces May have to remain the Caribbean Island for months. The United states has been pressing for a coalition government which could run the country until a permanent government is elected. . Negotiators working with Oas authorization have proposed Antonio Guzman As president the interim government. He is a Farmer businessman who served in the Cabinet former president Juan Bosch. Both rebel president col. Francisco Caamano Deno and Junta chief Gen. Antonio Imbert Barrera would be asked to step aside under the Guzman plan. Imbert rejected the idea. Caamano accepted Guzman but rejected some those proposed to serve with him. The negotiators headed by Mcgeorge Bundy National Security affairs adviser have been working finding suitable members for the proposed government. They hoped agreement would come easier now that the military situation has reached a stalemate. The cease fire was being observed except for a few sporadic shots As red Cross teams moved in to haul out the dead and wounded. Newsmen touring the four Square mile Battle area in the North the City said they saw bodies being burned in the streets apparently to prevent the spread disease. One source said the week Long Battle for the Northern suburbs claimed the lives 400 persons and wounded 1,000, Many them civilians. The rebels have said that i,-500 persons were killed la the first Throe weeks fighting. Doctors in several my pitas ame to a figure More than i too dead before this week s Battle yesterday High 81 Low 58 elsewhere in . High Low . Albuquerque Cloudy 85 55 Chicago Clear 84 60 Cleveland Cloudy 82 65 .14 los Angeles Cloudy 71 52 Miami Cloudy. 79 75 new York Cloudy. 72 53 Pittsburgh Clear 74 60 St. Louis Clear. 85 63 san fran., Clear. 58 51 Washington Cloudy. 73 57 today 7 64 rainfall last 24 hours. Trace tomorrow Sunrise. 5 02 Sunset. 7 44 High 78 Low 62 forecast fair and cooler. A 1police catch All Billfold keys prescription Eye glasses you name it and Dover police have it. Its an accumulation lots items turned in at the station during the past 8 to 12 months. The Bill folds there a a Cigar Box full them and glasses 5 6 pairs. All items can be claimed by the owner upon presentation proper dropped charges filed against mrs. Katherine Weber 74, 516 e. 4th St. Were dropped this morning by the complainants William Belier 416 e. 5th St. And John Fickes 320 Lincoln a. In compliance with City ordinances mrs. Weber has trimmed a Fence erected next to the Fickes garage to 5 feet. Fickes and Belier had charged the Fence was in excess the specified killed Midland a. Apr a rail Road Accident in the Midland freight Yards the Pennsylvania Railroad killed George w. Mackall 38, Wellsville Ohio today. Authorities Saki a car a shifter train derailed and sprung a track which pinned Mackall against n stationary Gondola crushing him to death. To i ii Jwak it it w jul if la i

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