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Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - November 20, 1967, Cambridge, Ohio Thought for today he was praying in a c a r i a i a place and when he ceased one of his disciples said to him Quot lord teach us to Pray As John taught his a a Luke i isl Southeastern Ohio a great Home newspaper the daily jeffersonian 143light Snow changing to rain tonight. High 34. Low tonight 36. Cloudy rain tuesday. High 37. Map on Page 24. Re year vol. 76 no. 71 Cambridge Ohio 43725, monday november 20,1967 10c copy established 1824devaluation hits Britain like bomb six jets lost ., s. Viet forces take Dak to Hill Saigon up a Allied forces killed 360 communists and captured a Peak in the Central Highlands near embattled Dak to military spokesmen said today. . Spokesmen reported four american jets lost in raids against North Vietnam a Hanoi Haiphong area and two downed Over South Vietnam. . Strike planes and artillery first softened up the North vietnamese bunkers atop Hill 1416, nine Miles North of the Allied bastion at Dak to. Then South vietnamese troops and Advisers charged up the Steep slopes and smashed through the communist lines to the Summit after an All Day Battle sunday spokesmen said. It raised to almost 1,300 the torrential Rains kill boy scout by United press International Southern California knew death and destruction today in the Wake of its first storm of the season. Snow piled higher from the great lakes to the Northern appalachians. Rain came to California As if poured from giant Washtub sunday turning some Southern sections into oozing mud holes and triggering slides and damaging property. At least 12 persons were killed Many including about too boy scouts were stranded. Keith Herron 12, Riverside calif., was killed when a mud slide buried him in his sleeping bag in the Angeles National Forest where the scouts from los Angeles Watts area were camping. Two men died in the crash of their Small plane in san Diego county three died in car collisions. The Forest service reported almost nine inches of rain at its West Fork Ranger station on the North Side of it. Wilson and three to seven inches of Snow in some Mountain areas. A Large and deep Low pressure Over the California coast dominated the weather today pushing rain and Shower activity Over the Southwest. Two to five inches of rain fell in various areas of Southern California during the last 24 hours. Rain fell in Missouri and Light Snow fell in Iowa. Temperatures were in the 30s and 40s late sunday from the Northwest to the Atlantic coast. The Mercury dipped to nearly Zero in Northern Minnesota. Predawn readings today ranged from five at Hibbing minn., to 69 at key West Fla. Number of communists slain in their 18-Day-old attempt to seize Dak to and a strategic foothold in the Highlands 280 Miles North of Saigon. Communist fire still proved so fierce in the area that eight Helicopters were shot Down sunday and today. Elsewhere in South Vietnam two Strike planes were shot Down sunday spokesmen said they said four planes were lost during sundays strikes against North Vietnam in which the Jet hit a key Bridge inside Haiphong and a Large Concrete factory and Barge building Yard in Hanoi a suburbs. The Hanoi targets were hit for the first time. Eight fliers were reported killed or missing in the six downed Planes. One member of a two Man Crew of air Force f4c phantom an was downed near Oak to rescued spokesmen said. The losses raised to 757 the number of Aircraft lost Over North Vietnam including eight helicopters. Ten planes were lost Over the communist nation the past four Days losses Over South Vietnam now total 215 air planes. In the Dak to Battle Spokesmen reported american troops found 66 More communists after other Hill fights near the bastion today. . Council discusses Middle East United nations univ the . Security Council moved toward a showdown today on the Middle East Issue in a weekend of intensive diplomatic consultations Britain tried to rally support behind its Middle East peace plan. The Council planned to meet today to discuss it. On another front nationalist China and the Philippines were squared off against Cambodia and Albania in the opening round today of the annual tussle Over China s . Seat. British ambassador lord opened talks on mid East proposal with a Call on general Thant and the first of a series of weekend meetings with Argentine and brazilian diplomats. The British proposal Calls for israeli withdrawal from Arab territory and an end to the Arab state of belligerency against Israel. Service with a smile Dak to. S. Vietnam artillerymen left to right sgt. Edwin Wyant of Dickinson. . Pie. William g. Boswell of Arlington. A. And pfc. Miles Foreman of Decatur. Ind. Seem to a in a Jovial mood As they fire at communist concentrations in peaks surrounding this embattled Allied bastion her recently. Officials said today that Allied troops killed 360 communists and seized strategic Hill 1416, a Jungle covered Peak nine Miles North of Dak to. The toll raised to 1.2 h the number of communists slain in their 18-Day-old attempt to grab Dak to and a strategic foothold in the Central Highlands. 280 Miles North of Saigon. Up telephoto Alabama town evacuated As explosive fire rages Newton Ala. Up this Small Alabama town remained deserted today while workers rushed to repair Railroad tracks and drag away a tank oar of deadly chlorine before the Poison eats through the tank. Highway patrol authorities said firemen were trying to keep the tank Cool while Seaboard coast line workers worked on the tracks. About 3,000 residents of a three Square mile area around Newton were evacuated late saturday night when 51 cars of a 116-car train derailed at a trestle Over the chock Ohatchee River. Several tankers of anhydrous ammonia caught fire threatening to set off Al Chain explosion among other cars containing butane and propane and release the dreaded chlorine into the air. Fumes from the ammonia overcame five persons hut they were not seriously Hurt. Soldiers from nearby it. Rucker and firemen worked through sunday moved authorities indicated said sunday it would take 32 to quench the fire. J the townspeople could return to hours to repair the torn track. Experts feared the heat from their Homes. J . High Seaboard a trans the smouldering remains of the the Miami to Chicago Stream por tation expert said the cause fire would have raised the liner �0, wind was due at a Bailment was not temperature of the to several hours after the known immediately. Many of Point where it would begin to derailment but a flurry of radio the cars ambled Down a Steep attack the Metal of the tank. As messages stopped the passenger embankment. At least two of soon As the broken rails were train 40 Miles from the burning the tankers nip tue and burst completed authorities planned wreckage after a delay the into flames other cars spewed to hoist the Tanker Back on the South wind was rerouted fertilizer across the Cross ties tracks and drag it away. From Bainbridge ga., to As fuel Chalky White smoke boiled from the fire and drifted South where it could be seen sunday Over the Florida Panhandle. 30 Miles away. Officials sent helicopters into the smoke sunday in a continuing Check for chlorine fumes. Wilson a government at stake in debate to prevent bankruptcy London up a Chancellor of the exchequer James Callaghan admitted to a jeering House of commons today that devaluation of the Pound Sterling will boost living costs for the average briton. But he ignored conservative opposition demands that he quit. There were similar demands from the press and Public. Prime minister Harold Wilson the opposition conservative has staked his labor govern party is bitterly opposed to the ment on forcing parliament to devaluation. They blamed it on Swallow a massive dose w i i s 0 no a socialism. A a discs Money devaluation and Austeri Trout a said Foj Iward he3th to to save Britain from conservative Leader. Bot con bankruptcy. A Serva Tives Lack the votes to a i recommended the Cabinet Tumble Wilson to devalue a Callaghan told the letters and others in House. They accepted my labor party opposed advice. It is my immediate saturdays announcement of responsibility to see the operation is Callaghan defended the devaluation. Their labor Union backers and others faced a Long hard Winter of higher governments decision to Cut the prices. But others were not value of the Pound from $2 80 to expected to rebel. Such a split $2.40 in a 10-minute parliament during the great depression tary statement. Conservative maps shouted Quot out and a a resign As both Wilson and Callaghan entered the House. Shattered the Labory party in 1931 for a decade. Wilson was counting on this and the traditional British stiff upper lip to tide him Over the Callaghan a statement was Pound crisis and give him time followed by a rash of heckling to usher in some Prosperity questions from the opposition before the next general election but a full scale debate on in 1970 or 1971. Devaluation was scheduled Only sir Winston Churchill offered for tuesday and wednesday. Blood sweat and tears in the conservatives planned to rallying britons in world War move a censure motion against h. Wilson in a National the Wilson government. But television and radio speech Wilson was expected to survive sunday made a similar Plato it without trouble his govern conquer the economic dangers my labor party has a majority threatening Britain. Of More than 80 seats Iris a this is a proud nation. A i continued on pair is col. A when the Tanker was re Montgomery. Seaboard officials 200 Millionth american Milestone is reached Cardon Britain s saturday Secretary Good search Silver Lake wis. Up Charles l. Cox 32, being held today on charges of robbing the Silver Lake state Bank of 122,000, eluded a massive manhunt for hours saturday by pretending to. Be one of the searchers and then hitching a ride with a newspaper reporter. Support store Christmas savings hit record temperatures Sunrise 7 20 a in. Sunset 5 05 . High sunday 4�, Low 37 overnight Low 23 6 . 37 noon monday 34. Cambridge financial institutions monday morning mailed out a record $458,645 in Christmas club savings representing 4,776 club accounts. The first National Bank said their 2,125 accounts mailed today totalled $210,561, a new High. At the Central National Bank Christmas club savings amounted to $175,000, an increase of $10,000 from last years $165,000. A Bank official said there were 1,600 accounts this year. Cambridge savings and loan recorded a 20 per cent jump in Christmas savings Over last year. Checks totalling $73,084 were mailed to 1,051 persons today compared to $61,300 mailed in 1966. Of students ask audit of University Athens Ohio up the Ohio University student Congress wants the schools financial affairs investigated. The student government group sunday night passed a proposal to endorse and urge continuation of a proposed audit and litigation initiated by non Aca Demic employees at the school. The workers Are members of the american federation of state county and municipal employees Union. The Union has contended that certain grievances warranted an audit to investigate alleged Dis proportional financial allocations within the school. A second Bill passed by the student Congress charged the student attorney general with the responsibilities of inquiring into the possibilities of the american civil liberties Union giving Legal Aid to student governments. The student Congress wants the information for possible litigation involving injunctions necessary to gain Access to certain records held by of including minutes of Board of trustees meetings certain dormitory contracts and financial allocations to certain departments of of. Washington up a the population reference Bureau population of the United states says population of the ill inn Ltd a. United states probably passed officially passed the 200 million m mi1j h Mark Quot some Mark today and Commerce time in 1965 but that his Secretary Alexander b. Trowbridge hailed it As a an auspicious occasion for All Trowbridge and other dignitaries gathered in the main a Obby detracted from the event a this is a Day for Celebration a Trowbridge said. A the 200 million Mark is an important Milestone in our nations history. But even More of the Commerce department is a Jame for reflection. Shortly before la . Andi continuing rapid rate of looked on As the National census increase May bring us to the clock ticked off the 200 i lion a Byk the turn of Millionth american. Next Century an increase of actually the clock is probably too million americans in Only 33 running two years slow. The More policeman escapes red China Cambridge Man killed in crash woman also Dies of the United states by a fort h Ettli $5/imwilijl .�7 i Wjk a a population clock in he Commerce department in Washington records the 200 Millionth american at la . Today. The moment was determined by computing statistical averages. Actually the clock is believed to be on the slow Side by better than two years. Experts believe the 200 million Mark was reached sometime in the Spring of 1965, since the 1960 census basis of the statistical averaging is estimated to have overlooked some 5.7 million americans. Nearly two fifths of the uncounted Are believed to consist of Young negroes with a considerably higher birth rate than the National average. If so the present population figure is probably closer to 206 million. Hong Kong up a British police inspector kidnapped 36 Days ago by a mob of chinese communists Esea oed today and returned 25 Miles to Kong Kong in an All night Barefoot flight he told newsmen. Inspector Frank Knight 37. Said he escaped a communist chinese military Hostell swam two Rivers crossed several barbed wire fences and barricades and crawled through a filthy Drain pipe. He appeared in Good physical condition at a news conference though his Eves were bloodshot. Knight said he was treated very Well by his captors and was Given plenty of food. A i have lost weight but i lost weight on he said a i have probably lost about 15 to 20 pounds but that has nothing to do with the Way i have been treated a Knight was seized oct. 14 by 30 to 40 chinese Farmers who took him into Olin across the Man ram to Bridge one of the most persistent trouble Soots along the Border Between red China and the British Crown Colony. A Pittsburgh pa., woman the Moto Mower Plant in Cam died sunday night in Good a Bridge was travelling West in Maritan Hospital Zanesville of the eastbound Lane of ir-70 injuries she suffered saturday when his car collided with night in an ir-70 Accident which an Auto Donven by Robert also claimed the life of a Cam Keough 54, husband of the oth Bridge Man. Or victim. Keough was head mrs. Shirley Keough 42, who de East in the proper East suffered a crushed Pelvis died at 9 45 . Sunday. Pronounced dead at the scene was Michael a. Jamiel 39, 528 bound Lane. Both cars were demolished the patrol said. A we have no idea How Jamiel got onto the Wall ave. Muski Ngum county wrong Lane he must have been Coroner or. S. S. Daw said travelling on it for at least two Jamiel died of a crushed Chest Miles from the new Concord and internal injuries. Entrance a the patrol said. The Highway patrol called the the Accident occurred at fatal mishap which occurred 11 40 . Two Miles West of new Concord a an Accident we just can to the Zanesville patrol Post said Jamiel an accountant with Jamiel was driving alone. Four other persons in the Keough car were injured in the Accident and reported in a sat continued on Page 13, col a it miss Clare Stockdale death notice Page i Michael a. Jamiel mrs. Robert Keough miss dare Stockdale Page 19 Louis Alexander Nim Carnahan Phillip w. Kahrig Carl c. Kinsey Opha Medary mrs. Harry s. Otto Reverdy Reynolds Well known teacher Dies at Hospital Here miss Clare Stockdale 212 Jward l. Stockdale Pittsburgh tenth St., one of Cambridge a pa., who after serving As press Best known and esteemed teach Dent of Cyclops corp., became ers Many years died sunday at 3 20 . At Guernsey memorial Hospital following a Long illness a teacher in Cambridge Public school system for 47 years she retired in 1950. She t aught in Garfield elementary school and at ninth St. School now called Washington and was principal at ninth St. Many years. Her former pupils remember her As a Fine disciplinarian an inspiring teacher and an outstanding supervisor. Born july 4, 1880, at Antrim miss Stockdale was a daughter of the late John f. And Anna b. Inglish Stockdale. She was a member of the first methodist Church and the Ohio retired teachers association. She leaves one brother de chairman of its Board retiring continued on la. Col. A n i \ miss Clart Stockdale

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