Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian in Cambridge, Ohio
24 Oct 1970

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24 Oct 1970

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Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Cambridge, Ohio . Starts quiet air pullout in Thailand Saigon up a the United states has quietly begun its first withdrawal of aircraft from Thailand since the beginning of the Indochina War informed Allied sources said today. Hie unit is the 355th tactical fighter Wing to now based at Rakhli airbase 85 Miles North of Bangkok the sources said. About 60 of the out fits 80 f105 Thunder chief Jet fighter bombers have begun returning to the United states and the others will be moved elsewhere in Thailand As the unit is activated. According to the sources Rakhli eventually will be turned Over entirely to the thai air Force with the United states utilizing five other airbases in Thailand Ubon adorn Nacho Tho non Korat and a Tapao. As part of the general american withdrawal from the Indochina theater of operations the United states this year has reduced its military strength in Thailand from 48, Kwh to 43, women. Little Battlefield action was reported in communiques from Saigon and phenom penh today. Us. Military spokesmen in Saigon said one american was killed and another wounded this morning in Brief firefight in Binh Duong province Northwest of the capital. One us. Serviceman died and two were wounded Friday evening in a Booby trap incident in Quang Nam province on the Northern coast officials reported. South vietnamese military spokesmen said three civilians died and 15 were wounded Friday when three 122mm rocket rounds struck the District town of due due about 342 Miles Northeast of Saigon. Thought for today Quot the mighty on. God the lord Speaks and summons i h e Earth from the rising of the Sun to its a psalms 50 1. Southeastern Ohio s great Home newspaper the daily jeffersonian a the Yea Cloudy Chance of rain tonight. Low near 50. C Loudy mild sunday High in 60s. Vol. 79 no. 48 Cambridge Ohio 43725, saturday october 24,1970 Illinois police station attacked three times Cairo 111. Up a squads of the attack at 2 10 . Today believed wounded slightly in the grocery store owned by a White armed negro men drove up to came after police repulsed two the police station Here and previous attacks Friday night. Opened fire three times in six hours late Friday and Early today. In the third attack hundreds of rounds of gunfire ripped into the police station for 35 minutes. Police gunfire drove the men Back. After the second attack City state and county police drove the attackers Back into an Allback housing project. There were no immediate arrests although police indicated they would arrest a Man second attack i family across the Street from a a we do not have racial the Pyramid courts an All troubles. We do not have civil Black housing project was rights activities. What we have burned to the ground. Firemen had tonight in Cairo is open armed insurrection a mayor a. B. A a Peter Thomas said. Police gave this account of what happened about 7 . Friday a 2 Cambridge Are ordered policemen reinstated. Two Cambridge police officers leaving the City unprotected today were ordered reinstated i while answering a Call for and Given full Back pay after an i assistance from a new Concord investigation by safety director j officer during a shooting Inci Norman Kahn into facts sur Dent at that Community and for failing to file reports within a reasonable time while on special assignment. Another incident the driving of a squad car into a Rural Cambridge Corn Field during an investigation was also revealed in Kahn a summation of the Case. The safety director praised Cummings for his actions and also lauded both Young Ramage for Quot Fine police work t in connection with the arrest of rounding their five Day suspension two weeks ago by acting chief of police Pete Cummings. Sgt. Terry Ramage and patrolman Donald Young won their reinstatement in a six Page Quot finding by Kahn after he held a closed door hearing tuesday into the Case. However Kahn sharply criticized Ramage for the incidents leading to the suspensions. At the same time Kahn doing in rounding is suspension criticized the officer for his part in at least two incidents cited in the suspensions. Acting chief Cummings the lieutenants on the department or the safety director before taking his men to new Concord. Quot the primary responsibility was the Protection of the citizens of Cambridge a Kahn said. Quot failure to do so in my opinion shows a Lack of judgment and this Lack of judgment is subject to criticism regardless of the motives involved in not using proper Kahn said the conduct and actions of Cummings a should not be subject to criticism in this and Quot in fact i approve of his conduct. Cummings had the position that he is holding thrust on him without notice and without continued on Page 16, col. 7 Jared new Concord officer. Quot this Type of cooperation the. Muski Ngum county arrests is Ramage and Young had been essential. I believe the City suspended by Cummungs for shul let proud of me fact that could not get near the fire because of sniper fire from the courts. About 8 15 ., about 15 to 18 men dressed in fatigues and armed with rifles got out of several cars in front of police headquarter and opened fire no policemen were hit and the men were driven off. However a Block South an i8-year-old White grocery delivery boy was grazed on the by a Bullet. Two hours later the Blacks returned and again opened fire on the police station. This time lawmen drove the men Back chasing them in a running gun Battle into the Pyramid courts later a caller telephoned police and said Quot we re coming out in a car with a wounded Man we want to take to the Hospital. A car from Pyramid courts then was permitted passage at a state police Roadblock when the men inside said they wanted to go to Southeast Missouri Hospital across the Mississippi River in Cape Girardeau. A Man in the car reportedly needed treatment for a leg wound. Things were quiet for several hours until Early today when the third attack occurred. Leads slim in Freeport Bank heist they have two such officers who have demonstrated such ambition and resourcefulness. Kahn a statement said. Kahn said the facts involved in the drug Case a was never intended to be the reason for the charges which were filed against them. J on 0f Cru be Oil into the the safety director said that English Channel today in a thirteen feared dead in Channel ship crash Cowes Isle of Wight up five Miles South of the Isle of a a blazing Tanker its holds Wight. Punctured in a fiery collision the bodies of five Pacific with another vessel poured Gloy crewmen were picked up 10c copy established 1824 3sttjcmhhh#maotsuiiurj Side Rii i Loday on the inside pages of today a jeffersonian you will find that a Eastern Ohio teachers association will hold its Centennial meeting in Cambridge next october. P 9. A drug education program will begin next semester in Madison Middle school. P 16. A Muski Ngum College Board of trustees names new chairman and participates in Cornerstone ceremony for new science Center. P 12. A trustees and clerks hold annual banquet at old Washington. P 9. A Ohio association of Public school employees install new officers at meeting in Cambridge. P 12. A Cambridge area youth will participate in Unicof drive tomorrow. P 12. A democratic c a n d i d a t is speak at luncheon at Holiday inn Here. P 9. A five Jeff land Grid teams log victories. P to. A Pilot intentionally crashes plane into Texas Church. P 16. A Nixon seeks cooperation Santa Cruz Calif. Up age this 1970, has one Shab Biness. Fashions Parade from Russia in Middle East a a bearded shaggy haired catchword it is hostility. The pleasures of sex stereos fill crisis. P 16. Auto Mechanic who turned to Quot this is such an affluent j our ears and to tries to amuse a Charles Manson makes a ecology and the occult after Rich sophisticated society yet j and entertain us. Yet All is Surprise appearance on the taking mescaline was held in it we sense such a j i witness stand. P16. Without bail today in the slaying of five persons. John Linley Frazier 24, was sleeping in a ramshackle Cabin less than one mile from or. Victor m. Ohta a $300,000 Hilltop Home scene of the massacre when he was arrested by two sheriffs deputies Friday morning. There was evidence Frazier also had spent wednesday night in the Cabin suspect in Slavings a multiple murder suspect John l. Frazier stands with his hands thrust in pockets after his arrest Friday. The bearded shaggy haired Auto Mechanic who turned to ecology and the occult after taking mescaline is being held without bail in the slaying of or. Victor Ohta his wife and their two sons. Guarding Frazier 24, is one of his captors Deputy sheriff Rodney Sanford. Up 800 attend lasts rites for 4 murder victims Security As Chile measures tight votes Are cast Santiago up a the front of the ornate honors Over rightist Independent Jorge chilean Congress met today chamber of the Congress. I Alessandri 74. Christian demo amid extreme Security Mea a Fenide 62, will be inaugural Erat Rad Miro Tomic ran a sores under a state of martial de nov. 3. J poor third. But since Allende a it is almost As though he lava to elect Salvador Allende a he won the sept 4 popular did not get a majority of the marxist president of this South vote with 36 per cent of the Overall vote he had to go to american nation ballots a 1.4 per cent plurality i Congress for approval. Troops and police closed off a wanted to be arrested a commented one police official. The Cabin was placed under surveil and Navy officials said eight other seamen were missing. The Allegro did not suffer major damage and proceeded Lance after Frazier was identi-136-Square-Block area around the fied As the prime suspect Congress building As the secret thursday. Ohta a wealthy Eye vote began to make Allende the surgeon his wife two sons and first freely elected marxist a Secretary were killed Mon-1 chief of state in the Western Day. Less than Frazier two hours after hemisphere. The extreme Security Mea was led handcuffed sures were ordered after an j report a the p by and the Facic that the 0fficers left the sheriffs deputies apparently a Jay asses a jew Concord were without solid leads today City Mars Iai was Noj a subject in the search for two men who criticism As a assistance fee a of shoud have 1 660 m a d e tired Tanker Pacific glory was healed ,0 Rotterdam with a at holy Cross Church attended chief. He was shot and Parade Here for saturday oct yesterday of thousands of avar Able of and cargo of 100,000 tons of crude by a persons. Erica by wounded. 31 beginning at 7 30 . Dollars. Rendering of such Aid is to be en8ulfed in flames it exploded a a i to it a Jaycees set halloween Parade Here for oct. 31 disaster that posed a major pollution threat. Thirteen crewmen were feared lost. Jon to the Esso refinery at from the Cabin the Mohtas were attempt was made earlier this1 the Cambridge area Jaycees ing a donation of 25 cents to the 42,700-ton liberian-Regis-1 Southampton. Pacific glory was buried following a funeral mass week to assassinate Chile a have scheduled a halloween help cover expenses. Headed to Rotterdam with a at hold Cross rih Nruh action Durf Chiaf a was can mid Narah har a fur saturday Ort i Jaycees invited everyone to participate in the Parade and Al District Fri Headquarters in two hours after colliding Friday Steubenville in charge of the go an took Issue with night with another liberian investigation would say Only Ramage in not contacting either a Tanker the 4 6,000-ton Allegro a a we re up to our ears in the a a investigation right now and have no statement to . West Teller at the Bank said he would not Issue Al definite figure on the Bank a loss but said a it runs into the thousands but they did no to get it West two other Bank employees Jeff Batchel and mrs. Don Pettay and a customer Virgil Baker of Freeport were forced into the Bank a vault by the robbers who fired one shot into the counter As a warning. They took v hat Money they could get the Cash drawers and some from the vault then left hurriedly. Those in the value which was not locked walked out after the two men left. The sheriffs office at Cadiz said today Quot there is nothing at All to report. They just got deputies said no roadblocks were set up after the robbery. Temperatures Sunrise. 7 49 am. Sunset 6 30 .i High Friday 59 Low 40 8 p m49 overnight Low 38. No precipitation noon saturday 62 and sunny. One of the 32 survivors of the Pacific glory was its dutch Pilot capt. Jan Frudiger. A it was hell a Frudiger said. Quot one moment i was on the Bridge. Then the ship exploded without any warning. There was no Hope for anyone in the engine room. A those of us that were left alive had to get away at once to stay alive. I jumped into a Lifeboat and we rowed ashore As hard As we could of we had waited any longer we would have burned to in his Sermon the Allende failed to receive a All High school bands in the so to View the haunted House. Scully told mourners a if this majority in the popular election county Are expected to Par persons desiring information last month thus requiring a tic Pate in addition to floats pro in the two projects should con vote of Congress acting As an rooting issues and candidates in tact Vandyno or William electoral College. He watched tale november election. Hartley Iii haunted House the proceedings on television in chairman. The living room of his Home with his wife Hortensia. Death notices Page 9 Averille w. Bishopjr. Mrs. Max Holmes mrs. John Lupp Wesley b. Marshall Swope infant mrs. Warren Trace mrs. E. C. Webb Page 16 Romeo Frattali the 50 senators and 150 candidates or groups promoting issues wishing to participate should Contact James a. Van Dyne chairman at 439 1279. Congressmen voted one by one the Jaycees hop0 la re win in Alpha Bermal order depositing be Many walking entries in the Parade. Awards will b e presented to costumed entries in sealed ballots in an urn at the Liberal lieu police have a routine night arraignments tuesday in state loan ase the following age groups four through seven eight through 12 and 13 through 18. The strange services City cops the Parade will form at the Are a Ca la to perform i Railroad depot on Vav Wheeling apart allo of the Nightshirt Friday night a Calk d to Home of Joan Gar Washington up pianist Liberace has been ordered to repay tens of thousands of ave Prochet link East on Dollar in taxes on a $345,000 Wheeling to eighth St. Then j Home he had claimed As a Dow n Steubenville ave. To the Rpu 906 Brown ave locked business expense. Comer of seventh St. Where the herself out. Tried every door the . Tax court ruled that Jaycees have their haunted and window. get in she 50 per cent of the House was i used for business purposes and Columbus up a four i. Griffith Gerald a Donahue the other half As a residence. House. Booked a crofters inc. Officers indicted on bribery charges in connection with obtaining Louns from state funds surrendered at the Franklin county jail Friday. They were booked an freed on recognizance Bond. Gerald a. Donahue prominent Republican attorney foreground led the Trio Down the jail Steps. Behind him Are Harry Groban i and Sidney Griffith r. Griffith is president of crofters Groban is vice president and Donahue is Secretary treasurer. Up now dont forget the haunted House at the Cor tier of seventh and Steubenville men indicted on 19 counts of and Harry a. Groban also therefore Only half the Denre ave., will also by open thurs bribery in connection with con were charged with six counts of nation of the House could lie Day get. 29. Doors will creak Trover Sial state Loans Are making false written statements used As a tax write off. Open at 7 . Jaycees Are ask scheduled to be arraigned tues in connection with the Loans. Day in Franklin county c o in conviction on any of the Mon pleas court. Charges issued against the four Throe of the men partners in could bring penalties of one to crofters inc., a Columbus firm to years in prison which helped arrange the Loans the crofters officers were Are free on two $10,000 Recagni charged with making false Nance Bonds apiece following statements to encourage approx their indictments Friday. A1 of Loans made by the state tile other Man James b. Treasurer s office which Ever tors a former loan officer for subscribed on Short term the school employees retire notes to out of state Corpora ment system Seuss free on Bons and invested in firms $20,000 Bond. Whose credit ratings later the crofters partners Sidney proved less than prime. Standard time begins at 2 ., sunday oct. 25. Set clocks Back an hour. Advised break window we did and unlocked signed pit Randy Murdock and Pil Larry Mckim a Call to apartment of miss Betsy Sipo 1026 Steubenville ave. Locked out of apartment. Piek lock so we removed pins from hinges. Replaced signed pal. Murdock and Mckim. Quot found Pony in parking lot at variety Glass on a second St. Got rope from neighbor caught Pony and walked it to Home of John Heskitt 622 a water St from where it reported loft tied Pony to tree. Day shut might Tell Heskett who rope belongs to a signed up Harry Cochran and Robert Kafury

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