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Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Cambridge, Ohio Today s thought do you indeed decree what ii right you gods do you judge the ions of men up. Rightly a psalms 58 1. Vol. 69 no. 73 Southeastern Ohio s great Home newspaper the daily jeffersonian a r ant col tonight. Cloudy and warmer tuesday. Low28-35. Cambridge Ohio monday evening november 21,1960 7c copy established 1824two americans stabbed beaten by enraged mob anti White violence erupts in Congo Leopold Ville the Congo new Bedford mass., and Frankalucci with a Stab wound in the South Kasai and the Eastern i can Riv Artar it a a a a a a up two americans were Caducci of Wilkes a Barrie pa., j Back. Province seriously w o r r i e d from Belgium july. Dependence re Irreg a Mier Patrice Lumumba the 500jsee . Undersecretary of state Leopold Ville the Congo up a two americans were reported recovering today from knifing by a mob of screaming natives who tried to Lynch them or the spot where their automobile killed an african boy cyclist. The two men. Chief warrant officer Clyde St. Lawrence of new Bedford mass., and Frank Caducci of Wilkes Barde pa., members of the . Embassy staff were stabbed and beaten by the enraged throng sunday. Both men were taken to Lovan cum University Hospital a St. Lawrence with Stab wounds of the Chest and shoulder and car ded with a Stab wound in the Back a doctor who treated them said that if St. Lawrence a wounds had been a a bit lower he would probably have been the renewed anti White violence Here and reports of troubles in three other provinces a Katanya South Kasai and the Eastern province a seriously worried . Authorities. Fear explosive results they feared that if the situation were allowed to go unchecked it might build up to an explosion of the proportion that plunged this country into chaos shortly after it won Independence from Belgium july i. Albert Kalonji self styled president of South Kasai was reported to have met with his european army officers in Brazzaville capital of the adjacent Congo Republic saturday. Kalonji has an army of 50 plus an estimated 5,000 Balubar irregulars. The Zalubas in Northern Katanga have been battling other tribes and the forces of Katanga president Moise Tshombe for weeks. In Stanleyville capital of the Eastern province and hotbed of support for deposed Congo pre Mier Patrice Lumumba the 500 local military police Force was re ported a roaring around town showing off its Power. The attack on the americans in Leopold Ville occurred when St. Lawrence and Carlucci were driving with col. Edwin Dannemiller and his wife to and Jill Airport to see . Undersecretary of state Loy Henderson off on a visit to Elizabethville. Car strikes boy the car driven by St. Lawrence accidentally struck a 12-year-old congolese boy Wheeling his Bike across the Road. The continued on Pago 2, col. 7 four die Happy dragon a 70-foot-Long rubber dragon is inflated in Akron Ohio before Shipmen to new York where it will take part in the annual thanksgiving Day Parade. Johnson airs nato policy Paris up a vice president elect Lyndon b. Johnson assured the Atlantis Alliance today that the a new leadership a of the United states would use All its resources for a free and peaceful world. In a speech cleared in Advance by president elect Kennedy he called on the North Atlantic doubt Man killed girls Canton Ohio up a authorities today indicated it was unlikely that a Waynesburg Man and two teen age girls were victims of a triple slaying. The Stark county Sherriffs office said it was working on All angles of the Case to satisfy some questions that were unanswered in the deaths of Kenneth e. Teeter ,21 his sister Peggy 12, and a Friend. Janet Husk 15. All of Waynesburg. All were found dead in an overturned car Friday night friends and relatives of the victims expressed doubt about the verdict of a double murder Sui suicide. They said a Here was no reason to explain Why Texter would kill his sister and miss Husk. Relatives said it was possible a fourth person probably a Young Man seen with Texter in a tavern earlier Friday night May have been involved. Texter was father of a year old son by a marriage that ended in divorce. Treaty organization to direct More of its energies into the cultural and economic Battle against communism. He said the change in the administration decided by the . Electorate was a in no Pense a repudiation of americans military alliances. Johnson addressed 200 delegates from 15 free world nations at the 6th annual conference of nato parliamentarians. It was his first speech at a major International conference since the . Presidential elections. Ike still Boss Johnson emphasized that he was speaking strictly As a a a parliamentarians and that until next january a the full and sole executive authority remains with the administration of president Eisenhower but the delegates were expected to interpret his speech As an indication of the future Alliance j policy of the administration of p r e s i d e n to elect Kennedy. A spokesman for Johnson said Kennedy had read and approved the speech in Advance. A beyond Mutual military Pur-1 poses we can do much More to implement concepts of economic continued on Page 2. Col. I new clash with Cuba shaping up Havana i a new diplomatic clash appeared shaping up today Between the United states and Cuba Over the shooting of an unarmed american embassy aide by a cuban army officer during a dispute in a Havana nightclub Over a . $5 Bill. Wayne e. Henderson 24, of Pasadena calif., an embassy communications officer was reported in a relatively satisfactory condition following surgery at the police Hospital for the wound suffered saturday night. His assailant was identified As capt. George Robreno Mariquez of the army a technical investigation department. Robreno was taken into custody by police and held for questioning at la Cabana prison. Henderson was shot by a .45-caliber pistol held against his stomach. Hospital authorities said the slug went through his body entering the stomach Over the left hip and emerging from his Back narrowly missing the spinal column. American and cuban authorities while agreeing the argument was Over Money gave conflicting versions of the incident. May file charges sources Here expressed belief that in View of the bad blood Between Cuba and the United states the revolutionary cuban regime May file formal charges against Henderson accusing him of attempting to pass a counterfeit . Banknote. . Embassy officials were reported prepared to reject the accusations on the basis of a report on the shooting Given by Quot a Orv surf accidents Belle Valley Mother killed in Ava crash three children Hurt the area traffic toll continued to mount Over the weekend As four persons died in Auto accidents saturday and sunday. Three persons were critically injured. Muski Ngum county recorded sectional bake off Winner Mary e. Watson second from Lef Byesville High school senior qualified for the 1961 Ohio Cherry pie baking contest As a result of being one of two winners in the sectional bake off held saturday at Coshocton. The other sectional Winner was Nancy Woodman Warsaw. Miss Watson placed third in the state contest two years ago. From i. To r. Are miss Bessie Sarchet Mary a Home economics teacher miss Watson mrs. Charles Irvin Zanesville a judge in saturdays contest who holds the framed certificates won by miss Watson and mrs. Emily Tweed Zanesville Home economist for Ohio Power co. Two fatalities while both Guernsey and Noble counties chalked one death each. Services will be conducted at i . Wednesday at the Mcvay funeral Home in Caldwell for mrs. Lillian Leasure 39, Belle Valley Mother killed in a two car Collison near Ava saturday evening. The mishap was in Noble county. Miss Mary Elizabeth Jones 37, of Kettering teacher at univer Clifford new Power in Kennedy administration reds expel air attache Moscow up a the soviet Union today ordered assistant . Embassy air attache Irving _ a. T. Macdonald expelled from the sity of Dayton died in a two car country on charges of a activities crash on fog shrouded u. S. 40 incompatible with his diplomatic four Miles from Zanesville Short-1status.�?� by before i . Sunday. J Mcdonald 34, an air Force mrs. Louella Bennett 60, of Captain waa the third . Pm Sonora r. D. I Muski Ngum coun Bassy official ousted from the to died saturday afternoon in an soviet Union in recent months Auto pickup truck collision on a embassy first Secretary George county Road near Sonora Only a Winters and air attache col. De Short distance from the site of the second fatality. Ward Kirton were expelled last August with the accusation they John w. Taylor 18, of Barnes had engaged in espionage. Continued on a 2. Col. I temperatures Sunrise 7 22 . Sunset 5 03 . 6 . Sun. 42 Midnight 29 7 a a Mon. 25 noon Mon. 52. Arrest 5 in Cabin raid Warren Ohio up internal Revenue service agents raided a Cabin in Warren saturday evening confiscating $3,000 in Cash a Quantity of football betting slips and arresting five men. The agents also confiscated 1959 foreign make Auto and two revolvers. They were led by Elmer Stapleton superintendent of the irs intelligence division. Stapleton said the Cabin had been under surveillance for several weeks. He said the out of the Way spot was used As a counting House where pickup men brought slips and Cash that had teen wagered. The five were identified As Anthony decanter 50, Joe Perfette 18, and Nicholas de Nunzion 49, All of Warren and two Niles men Louis Marsh Ionnie 40, and Carnie Perfette 39. Palm Beach Fla. Up a president elect John f. Kennedy worked today on a complicated blueprint of his new government with Clark Clifford a handsome Washington lawyer who could end up As one of the Powers of the administration he is helping to construct. Clifford arrived late sunday from a series of Washington conferences with representatives of president Eisenhower on the orderly transition of government. This is a problem that involves not Only getting new people into key jobs but getting the current Job holders out. Ville died Early saturday morning after a one car Accident on Ohio 265 Southeast of u. S. 40 in Guernsey county. Mrs. Leasure wife of Dean i Leasure and her three Young for Kennedy a receiving from the Nedys views on the action of a children were returning Home Louisiana legislature a hot Polit 11 Quot ical potato involving civil rights. Ask Kennedy views with much of the South watching a delegation of Louisiana Federal judge in restraining t h e a for visiting the woman a father state legislature in connection in awl a Leasure a heart a with the integration of the new a Quot Quot her Csc it memorial hos Orleans . To was Learned. Clifford met the delegation ats 0�?o lawmakers flew to Palm Beach their hotel listened to their n i a in a state National guard plane Plantation of the Resolution and or tailed Thev Are Sandra Leasure 8 ras0 n Skong Ken Banfy promised to present the 12, who so being treated for Law matter to the president elect Cia laceration and Shock Frank then he drove to Kennedy s sea Leasure seven head injuries and Side Winter establishment where Shock and Patricia Leasure six he will be a guest through to head Muriel and Shock. The old night. Est child was reported fair Mon Kennedy according to q his Day while the younger children Waves ram Peru coast Lima Peru up a tidal at the time Kirton was accused of photographing military objects Mcdonald received a reprimand from the Kremlin for alleged involvement in the incident. Mcdonald was Given until Midnight Friday to Clear out. Formal notification was sent to the embassy by the soviet foreign ministry. Mcdonald a bostonian was nearing the end of his two year tour of duty in Moscow. His wife and two children live with him in Moscow. Aides earmarked today for t i Long and intensive conference before Clifford had been in no the Northern coast Cufford abet Hil tray a on town More than a few minute. Sunday hurling fishing boats Dos Cussons with a Gen. Wilton be handled an important chore ashore and destroying port instal continue on pm be 2. Col. A lations and Homes. Communications were knocked out but first fragmentary reports said at least two persons were killed and nine miming. Audi of Dies continued on pair 2, col. 2 police chief kills Bandit Covington Ohio up auth former City hardest hit were the ports of Pimentel and Eten and the fishing Village of Santa Rosa in Lam crities today held a 34-year-old Bayerque province. Dayton Man As a suspect in the. Reports from a he provincial Cap Attim nth Hora Varv j. J Ltan Chiclayo about 20 Miles tuesday in Mesa anz., with Bur at opted Bursa a of a super North of Eten said the tidal wave Ial in Greenwood cemetery Phoe Market Here Early sunday during struck at 6 . Est. Inix Ariz it funeral services for Richard Wells Miller 60, former Cambridge City auditor will be held which police chief Norman Mil Ler shot and killed Ralph r. Reu Ber 31, Dayton. The chief shot Reuber after the Man had pulled the trigger of his gun twice. The weapon failed to of g How you relax fire either time. New launching failure viewed by astronauts the reports told of eyewitnesses a Mesa resident since 1951, seeing the Ocean recede More or. Miller died saturday night than 300 feet from the Shore be of a heart attack. He was Hospi fore the giant Waves struck Tali Zed last summer but had re sweeping everything in their path covered sufficiently to resume his accounting business in Mesa and Phoenix a former employee of the Cambridge water department or. Police did not identify the sus u he a i a she no Bridge v Dudley while Hie heart Spe Miller was elected three times Peel they were questioning Pend enlist who trea de president Eias City auditor resigning from ing further investigation. Isenhower when he had his heart hat office to become chief a Dayton police said Reuber had attack said sunday that it s How Countant for the City of Mesa. Criminal record dating Back to you re a wide playing Golf and he also wrote an outdoor column not the game itself that gives for the and for a Tuscarawas men freed new Philadelphia Ohio up a three Tuscarawas county men arrested in a gambling raid and freed on Bond will appear for a preliminary hearing Here nov 30. The three were arrested saturday As part of a nationwide crackdown on gamblers. They were identified As John Cox 38, new Philadelphia Mark Lamonte 35, and William Benedetto 37, both of Dennison. Lamonte and Benedetto were charged with being gamblers. Cox was charged with being a Gambler and Possession of gambling equipment. Lamonte and Benedetto were freed on $500 Bond each but Cox was released under $2,000 Bond. Klansmen plot 1938. Not the game itself that gives medicinal value to the sport. White said its the a a relaxation not the exercise which for the jeffersonian and for a period operated the news depot on w. Eighth St. Three years ago continued on pane 2. Col. S Cape canaveral up a americans seven Astron watched the escape equipment designed to protect them in space launching fail for the second straight time when emergency rockets jerked Loose from a malfunctioning Redstone rocket but did not take the capsule with it As planned. The escape rockets mounted on a Derrick atop the a foot Mer Cury Redstone combination were supposed to pull the one ton Cap a uie free of the rocket if anything went wrong the rocket performed alright but the Derrick broke Loose. The escape Tower soared High Over the Cape and landed about 2.000 feet from the launching . The Redstone rocket and the capsule that topped it were left sitting apparently undamaged on the . Earlier this month a test of the escape equipment from Wallops Island va., also failed when the Tower did not separate from its Booster Over the Atlantic Ocean. Project Mercury scientists said the trouble which caused the Wallops Island fizzle had been eliminated in today a Mercury Redstone. But three seconds before scheduled launch time at 9 ., the escape rocket a ignited prematurely a the Federal space Agency said. The capsule and its Redstone Booster were poised for an at continued on Faro i col. I publisher at Alliance Dies ruling on schools awaited at Gables funeral mrs. Kay Gable wife of Clark Gable cries after viewing body at a mortuary in los Angeles Calif Montgomery Ala. Up it about 300 Alabama Kun flux klansmen met during the week end at a secluded spot on the outskirts of Montgomery to map strategy for preventing school integration in the state. The meeting was closed to newsmen after one Klansman declared a we done to like reporters and we done to like Alliance Ohio up serv ice were held today in the first methodist Church for mrs. Alice Jones Hoiles 79, publisher of the Alliance review and chairman of the Alliance review publishing co. Mrs. Hoiles who became publisher of the daily newspaper on the death of her husband Frank a. Holies dec. 29, 1936, died saturday at her Home. She had been seriously ill since suffering a stroke on july 24, 1959, violence has City edgy new Orleans up a a fed eral ruling on new Orleans school integration was awaited uneasily today As scattered incidents of negro White violence kept Che City on Edge. Police were seeking a band of six or seven negroes who were roaming a Mississippi riverfront area of the town and chasing Whites off the Street. One White Man was hit by a car while running away. White boys driving a Green car were reported taking shots at negroes in the same area. The Public schools were closed today for teachers meetings. The recess will last through the thanksgiving weekend so then1 was no Prospect of new trouble at the two Grade schools to which four negro girls were admitted. The three Man Federal court May hand Down a ruling today on actions brought by the state of Louisiana and the new Orleans j school Board to halt the integration. However the ruling May be delayed. Judge Richard t. Rives chief judge of the . Fifth Cir continued on col. I

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