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Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - October 30, 1965, Cambridge, Ohio Thought for today take courage and acquit yourselves like men. O philistines lest you become slaves to the hebrews As they have been to you acquit yourselves like men and fight a a i Samuel 4 9. Southeastern Ohio s great Home newspaper the daily jeffersonian i Yea not of Cool tonight Low 3643. Sunday continued mild vol. 74 no. 54 Cambridge Ohio saturday evening october 30, 1965 7c copy established 18242.7 million expected to vote tuesday Columbus up about 2.7 million persons were expected to vote tuesday with three state issues including a proposed sales tax increase and about 1.200 local offices and issues stake. The proposal to increase the sales tax from 3 to 4 cents for schools and fattening the states Treasury took most of the spotlight but was expected by most observers to go Down to defeat. While the tax increase Issue grabbed the spotlight there were several contest that were being watched nationally. For example Ohio has the Only Federal election this year. is in the 7th congressional District where Republican Clarence Brown ., an Urbana publisher was favored to be elected to succeed his father the late Clarence Brown in the Congress. The contest was Between Brown and James Berry the Clark co. Prosecutor. National political observers also were watching the Cleveland race for mayor because a negro was making a Strong Bidi Cleveland observers believed Republican Ralph perk and school Board president. For mayor and the republicans however that democratic May two democrats running As in the Akron mayors race also were making their strongest of or Ralph Locher. After a shaky dependents. They were state attracted considerable attention fort in the big City in a Genera primary showing would win re rep. Carl b. Stokes a negro As the gop made a Strong bid Hon selection. He was challenged by and Ralph Mcallister former in the Home of its National three issues Are county wide by r. K. Brown Guernsey county voters go to the polls tuesday to select City and Village officials school Board members township trustees and to consider a variety of levies three of them county wide. A wet and dry Issue figures there Are no changes in poll prominently in Center town ing places this year according ship. To the Doard of election office Hie 69 polling places in the Here. Quaker City residents City and county open their doors however will be voting in their 6 30 . Tuesday. Voting new township House for the first deadline is 6 30 . That eve time officials pointed out. Ning. Election officials said 6,801 persons were registered in Cambridge for tuesdays election and expected a Normal turnout for an Odd year election in 1963, the last Odd year election registration totalled 6,093 in Cambridge. Last year a continued an pair i. Col. I chairman Ray c. Bliss. Democratic mayor Edward Erickson did not seek re election leaving the contest to Democrat Ray Sheppard and Republican John Ballard. The sales tax increase proposal Drew the fire of both political parties most of the states newspapers the Al Cio farm Bureau and Council of retail merchants. Its primary support was from education related groups. Opponents argued that the tax increase from 3 to 4 cents on the Dollar was ill timed they pointed out that was drawn before the legislature met that the legislature considered and killed and on its own produced a record appropriation of $605 million a about $105 million More tha spent the past two years. The amount and the increase were both records. Supporters of the Issue Felt they would win but pinned their Hopes on a Small turnout apparently on the theory its supporters would vote and others would not be concerned one Way or the other. The Campaign techniques of supporters of the tax increase listed As Issue no. I on the ballot came under criticism. They used considerable amount of advertising urging More state Money be spent for schools without saying where the state would get the Money. Marines repel attack 2,400 have left Island in shuttle key West Fla. Up two boats with 44 More cuban refugees aboard arrived Here today but the flow appeared to be tapering off. The coast guard said no Otner boats were known to be heading across the Stormy Florida Straits today. About 2,400 refugees have left the Island in Small boats since cuban Premier Fidel Castro announced sept. 28 that persons discontent with his regime were free to leave. The United states has opposed the Small boat shuttle on grounds was dangerous and has been trying to work out an Airlift plan with Cuba. Washington sources have indicated agreement on the plan could be reached today since Only minor details remain to be worked out. Friday highly placed sources both in Washington and Havana said monday was the More Likely Day for an announcement of a plan for moving 3,000 to 4,000 refugees a month to this country. The same sources said m Dallas up a the new for her Talent performance in was possible Fidel Castro miss teen age America is the 90-minute televised pageant might agree to release Between Colette Agnes Daiute a Slen she twirled two flaming Batons 15,000 and 30,000 political Der 16-year-old charmer from a first alternate miss teen age prisoners Paramus n.j., who intends to America is Cynthia Anne miss teenage american Brown haired Colette Daiute. 16. Of Paramus n. J., won the 1966 miss teenage America pageant. Colette represented new York City. Wins pageant will Campaign against shaggy haired youths spend part of her reign Byrum 17, of Charlotte . Say accused is parking advising shaggy haired boys to cond clte�?.t is f?.dy Jacob see a Barber. I a Southfield mich., who miss Daiute As a miss new Waas miss teen age a a a York City a won the 1966 miss8 Winne the Brown haired teen age pageant Friday night Bra eyed Colette got a # --$10,000 College scholarship 4 Tarp r $5,000 guaranteed in personal Jill Ilu Iii a nope to i in or Iti appearances a red converti _ _ Hie 50 shares of Stock in a state fail so to drink company and to shares of Stock in an airline. Columbus up a gov. One of Colette a duties is Houston up police Early today arrested a Blond 21-year-old unemployed former Hospital orderly and charged reds drive As far As tents boy apparently pc intelligence Agen Saigon up a a company fighting least 56 guerrillas of . Marines outnumbered were killed four to one today repelled a Marine casualties in the massive communist human hitter fighting in the dark Early wave attack West of the a morning were listed As a Smoder Nang air base in band to hand ate hut no totals were Given. The Viet Cong drove As far 8 persons killed in 2-car crash Emmitsburg melt up eight persons including six of. As the marines tents before they were driven Back dragging off their dead with meat Hooks. A . Military spokesman said a 15 year old boy who had been Selling marines soft drinks the Day before apparently was a Viet Cong intelligence agent. The leathernecks recognized smog injurious Hollywood to most angeleno the fourth consecutive Day of smog meant watery eyes and congested lungs but to Singer Wayne Newton a respiratory infection could prevent him keeping his singing engagement tha Coconut Grove. Newton s doctor advised the Singer to Wear a surgical mask to protect his voice. The Idee seemed Good enough to this newspaper vender that a too is giving the mask a try. Up telephoto car truck collide crash claims lives of Monroe co couple Woodsfield a Monroe county couple was killed Friday morning in an Auto truck collision near new Castle pa., some 30 Miles East of Youngstown. Dead Are Henry Ischy 75, and his wife Louisa Straub Ischy 66, of Sardis r. D. Mrs. Ischy was dead on a James a. Rhodes announced to Ravelin about the country and him a thl the rape slaying of rival Jamison Hospital near Day movie and television talking to teen agers among?1-11 hash school student miss new Castle. Her husband died comedian Bob Hope who Calls other things about traffic Cleveland his Home town has safety. She intends to Campaign signed a contract to perform against shaggy haired boys the Ohio state fair next aug. During her travels. Seeking cause outdoor movie set hit by spectacular Blaze Hollywood up a fire warehouses where backdrops investigators today sought the and other scenery Are stored cause of a spectacular $200,000 the Blaze forced evacuation Blaze that destroyed two Ware of some 2,000 guests and houses and damaged a per newsmen attending a party in manent outdoor set on the Honor of producer Joseph e adjoining Deslou and Paramount studio pots. The fire risible throughout Hollywood and surrounding communities started shortly after 9 . Friday night. is controlled within 45 i Lutes by 80 firemen from 14 los Angeles City units. The two gutted buildings one on each of the famous motion picture lots were a scene Dock Levine on the Paramount set of the film a Nevada Paramount a permanent outdoor Western set where the a gun smoke and a a Bonanza television series Are filmed was seriously damaged. Asst. Fire chief Forrest w. Moore said was not immediately Clear on which lot the fire started nor was its cause known. Joyce Osten 18. Jerry m. Ward was arrested in his Houston apartment and taken immediately before Justice of the peace Dave Thompson. Police said Ward orally admitted slaying miss Oshen whose partially nude body was discovered oct. 18 in a Field in a Rural area near Houston. She had been shot four times in the head and neck and raped. . Jimmy Gunn of the homicide department said other women who had been abducted by a so called a parking lot Romeo in the Houston area identified Ward As the one who had accosted them. Says charges Are ridiculous Cincinnati up a Dis charged attendants charge that Hospital attendants Longview state Hospital Here physically abused patients and had illicit sex relations with them was ridiculed Friday by the former superintendent. Shortly after arrival the Hospital. Pennsylvania state police said the Ischy car was struck by a Semi tractor trailer when pulled from a Side Road onto a main Highway apparently into the path of the truck. The truck Driver was identified As William Windt 43. The Ischy car was pushed some 150 feet Down the High will set clocks Back United press International ohioans set their watches and clocks Back together for the first time in six months Early sunday. precisely 2 . Edt Daylight savings time will go out of existence for another six months. Homes to be canvassed sunday eve for Unicof the local drive for Unicof United nations children a education fund will be conducted sunday evening in Cambridge under the sponsorship of the Cambridge youth Council. Participants All of whom May be identified by their Orange and Black containers Are to assemble Westminster United presbyterian Church 6 30 . To begin the door to door Canvas. Funds collected will be used to help children in under developed countries. The sponsoring organization Cambridge youth Council is the Junior Branch of the Guernsey county Council of churches and is made up of two Young representatives from each member Church with the Rev. John a. Jones pastor of Center methodist Church its advisor. The Unicof drive is one of three projects annually under taken by the youth Council the others being an interdenominational service Early in the year and the easter Sunrise service. Present officers of the Council Are Betsy Durben of ninth . Methodist Church president Jim Milligan of first Christian Church vice president Ginny Lawlis of ninth . Methodist Secretary and Mike Abood of . Johns episcopal Church treasurer. Way after being struck and was pinned against a tree by the truck. Pennsylvania police said they had not determined who was driving the Ischy car. Or. And mrs. Ischy lived on a farm near Sardis about 15 Miles Southeast of Woodsfield. Services for or. And mrs. Ischy will be conducted monday i . In the Bauer and Turner funeral Home Here by the Rev. Joseph Hembd and burial will be in Oaklawn cemetery. Or. Ischy 75, was born Sardis r. D. 2, in 1890, a son of the late or. And mrs. Jacob Ischy. He was a member of the Zion United Church of Christ continued on 2. Col. I . Mary College students were the by among the 56 dead killed Early today in a two car communists around their de head on collision near Here Tensive positions guarding the was the worst tragedy in the i a no air base. The biggest history of the 157 year old Catholic College two other students were in South american Complex Viet Nam. The youth still carried a map reported in critical condition he apparently had drawn while Hospital in nearby Gettys Semnuk drinks to the marines on Burg a. I Friday. The dead students were a they had everything pin identified As John Brown 18, of pointed a one Marine platoon Ashland n j., Fred Christian Leader said. A they knew where son 18, of Irvington n j., tee positions were. Bruce consume 18, Glen Cove the Viet Cong attack 111 n.y., William Mccarthy 19. 2 20 about to Miles Williston Park n y., Frank West of the huge airbase not Cunningham Newark n And Ter from Hie scene of a William Bonish Bendersville communist suicide squad assault two Days ago which a also killed were the occur Nants of one car. John w. Marsh of Carlisle pa., and his wife Barbara. The Accident which occurred about 12 30 . Edt was the worst in Maryland this year and one of the worst in the last decade temperatures crowned Queen Ohio state Columbus up Sharon Phillian of Delaware a blonde majoring in Home economics Friday night was crowned Homecoming Queen Ohio state University. The 20-year-old student was to preside halftime of today a Ohio state a Minnesota football game Here. Members of her court were Brennan Chagrin Falls Marianne Leoni Rayland Sharon Slabaugh Columbus and Leslie Redenour Dayton. Miss Phillian was runner up to miss Ohio in both the miss America and miss universe pageants this year. Sunrise 6 56 . Sunset 5 25 . 6 . Friday 38 Midnight 24 6 . Saturday 21 noon 52 High Friday 48 Low 19 overnight Low 21. I continued on a 2, col. T death notices Page i Henry is by Louisa Ischy Page is Grant Burgess Charles w. Botimer Earl k. Henry Bert Dunfee William Bernard James c. Careins Russell l. Palmer Fred Leslie Herbert o. Null president holding out Luci seeking parents permission to marry Johnson City tex. Up a Luci Baines Johnson daughter of the president was the lbs ranch today seeking her parents permission to marry Nugent of Waukegan Iii. The 18-year-old Luci flew by Jet Star Friday night with Nugent 22, to try to win her fathers consent. Close Texas friends said mrs. Johnson will go along with Lucius wishes but the president is holding out. The Black haired Blue eyed youngest member of the first family is said to have wanted to have her engagement announced wednesday the first anniversary of the president election to the White House. The White House remained silent on the reports. A i done to know anything about a said press Secretary Bill i Moyers. The first lady a press Secretary mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter said there was nothing unusual about Luci bringing a Beau to the ranch. Asked about a possible nuptial she said a we have no knowledge of any such Luci reportedly broke the news to the president while he continued on past i. Col i

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