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Cambridge Daily Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - September 30, 1963, Cambridge, Ohio Today s thought but on in a certain pile in tit lad saying. What is Nan that thou Art mindful of him or Tho son of Man that thou visit him a to brow vol. 72 n028 Southeastern Ohio s great Home newspaper the daily jeffersonian 139 the year fair and Chance of scattered Frost tonight. Low 34-43. Fair and Wormer tuesday. Cambridge Ohio monday evening september 30,1963 7c copy established 1824 other suspects quizzed in death of 4 negro girls jailed in a hate bombing by United press International two White men were jailed Early today in connection with a Church bombing that killed four negro girls. Col. Al Lingo head of the Alabama state police refused to identify the suspects who were held on an open charge but a High City police official said two men identified As r. E. Chambliss and Charles Cagle were being held for state authorities. Both were previously connected with Kun flux klan activities in Alabama. Chambliss in hts 50s, was once arrested for smashing a photographers camera at a klan rally in the Birmingham area and was one of the signers of papers to incorporate a klan group in the 1950s. Cagle 22, lives in a Rural area near Birmingham. He was one of six men arrested near Tuscaloosa Ala last june 8, three Days prior to the first racial integration at the University of Alabama. Police said All six were Enro Ute to a Kun flux klan rally. Cagle was charged with carrying a concealed weapon. The two suspects their faces covered with Small laundry packages that appeared to contain clean shirts were hustled into the City jail during the pre Dawn hours. Lingo who was in on the interrogation of the suspects at state trooper District Headquarters just outside Birmingham said a num Ber of suspects had been arrested at various times sunday night. He had said a More than two men were being questioned. But when Lingo emerged from the City jail after turning the sus i pets Over to the City he in dictated that those were the Only two being held. Asked about his previous statement he said a at. That time there was More than two suspects being questioned. Lingo steadfastly refused to say who the suspects were and countered All questions from news men with a no the office of gov. George Wallace in Montgomery had announced sunday night that arrests n the bombing that killed four negro girls sept. 15 were Immi nent. Four hours later at 2 40 a in. Edt Wallace a press Secretary Bill Jones announced the arrest of two persons in connection with the a Birmingham the troubled Alabama City has had 22 bombings since 1956. The development came about 12 hours before negro Leader Martin Luther King or. Was to arrive in in Birmingham this afternoon to Confer with integration leaders on their next step. King had said last week he would recommend a resumption of racial demonstrations if a number of desegregation demands were not met. Birmingham City officials angrily denounced Kings ultimatum and several suggested he May be continued in Page 2. Col. 4 area Man killed in 3 fatality crash berbers demonstrate military Leader defies Ben Bella Algiers up a the dissident commander of the algerian 7th military District in the opposition stronghold of Tiz ouzo today rejected a government edict dismissing him and ordered his Battle hardened troops on general Alert. Allied officials discuss threat to Malaysia new York up a Secretary of state Dean Rusk and British foreign Secretary lord Home today held a 75-minute conference debater principally to subjects before the current session of the u. N. General Assembly. Officials said they paid particular attention to issues involving Africa where there is contained pressure for Independence of for fatality toll i soars in state by United press International traffic fatalities soared even above Holiday proportions in Ohio during the weekend. Two triple fatalities and a double death Accident near Medina helped boost the toll to at least 25, according to a United press International Survey from 6 . Friday until Midnight sunday. Sunday accounted for 15 traffic deaths including three persons killed in a crash near Middletown and three More near Marietta Puguese and other territories. Rusk and Home according to diplomatic source touched briefly on the problem in the Southwest Pacific where Indonesia s president Sukarno has vowed to a a destroy the new Commonwealth country of Malaysia. The British and american ministers did not. However get time at this mornings meeting to consider other difficult problems facing them officials said. Officials said lord Home has not received sufficient instructions from London to enable them to continue their talks on the proposed nato Multi lateral nuclear Force which Britain so far has refused to join. Western officials said that so far As they knew. Home and Rusk did not discuss French president Charles de Gaulle a growing isolation from the Western Alliance. They said this and other issues would be gone into at subsequent meetings. Rusk still hoped diplomatic sources said that Britain would agree to participate in fort com cont nerd on a i. Col. T col. Mohand Ouel Hadj Bella a government known As a the old Many to the he vowed to continue his com men he led in algerians 7vt year Mand in the rugged grand Kaby War of Independence f r o in Lia Region East of Algiers where of France announced through a position leaders backed by re spokesman he will not Bow to the Vional civilian and military a order issued by president Ben thormities launched a movement against the a a illegal government of Ben Bella in a mass rally sunday. Dissident berber Leader Hocine Ait Ahmed led the demonstration of some 3,500 adherents in tizi ouzo 60 Miles East of Algiers and exhorted a fall militants to begin a derisive fight against the one party Ben Bella regime. Tension mounted today Between the two week old Strong Man government headed by Ben Bella and the Cald Nestine a front of socialist forces which is head led by Ait Ahmed and of which Elhadj is a member. A test of strength appeared inevitable. Ait Ahmed told newsmen that Compromise with Ben Bella now would be a very he demanded formation of a new government. The berber Leader one of Ben Bella a former lieutenants took part in demonstrations against the president sunday in the Kaby Lia City of tizi ouzo a Center of opposition. But he stressed that the berbers who live in Kabyle a a mountains do not seek to establish a breakaway or rebel government. A it is not a question of seceding a he said. A it is not a Terri continued on Poco i. Col la bombing suspects Birmingham Ala. A two men hide the two identified As r. E. Chamberliss their faces from cameras a they Are driven and Charles Cagle were picked up sunday into City jail to be held for questioning in night by state police. Up telephoto connection with the bombing of a Church. Temperatures Sunrise 6 22 in. Sunset 6 11 . 5 . Sun. 53 a in. Mon. 32 noon 61 High Sun. 72 Low 32 Council begins debate on historic document new state Commerce chief named Columbus up Warren h. Chase today resigned As Commerce director in gov. James a. Rhodes Cabinet to devote full time to his duties As Secretary of the newly created Board of regents. Rhodes immediately promoted j. Gordon Peltier 46. From assistant director to director. Chase a retired vice president for Ohio Bell Telephone co., will receive $14,000 a Yeai in his new lob the Sam As he received Asra la Neil sunday night of a de Job the same As he received troit Toledo amp Ironton Railroad the Chan a. Freight train. To mile South of Chase asked that the change in h which caused damage that hoi assignment be made. Say no h he was More interested in the cd Metilor Quot was n serious Condi As Commerce director he had at Crant m made a Survey of the state s in . Intends to protect Dollar 2 cars collide near Marietta Clifford i. Hale 69, of Senecaville first vice commander of the american legions Lith District was one of three persons who died As the result of an automobile Accident occurring at 5 30 . Sunday on u. S. Route 21, about 7 Miles North of Marietta. Also dead were two occupants of an Auto which the Hale car apparently met head on while attempting to pass another northbound vehicle driven by William w. Harris 27, of Akron. The other victims were the Driver of the southbound Auto Kenneth Berkheimer 52, of Marietta who died a Short time after the Accident in Marietta memorial Hospital and his wife Pearl 48. A passenger in the Berkheimer car who was dead on arrival at the Hospital. All three victims sustained multiple injuries it was reported. Lucy Murphy 78, of parkers a Burg a passenger in the Harris vehicle was listed in serious condition at the Marietta Hospital. The Drivers wife mrs. Mary Harris 31, was taken to Marietta memorial Hospital for treatment of minor injuries sustained in the mishap. At the time of the Accident. Hale was Enro Ute Home from Marietta where he had attended two new records were estate a meeting of the department of bailed at the annual Guernsey Ohio executive committee of county fair last week one bewitch he was a member by Vir in8 4 new High a total Atten tue of his american legion of dance or the period in which Rice. Clifford 1. Hale 2 new fair records set Highway patrolmen said the Hale Auto apparently started to pass the Harris vehicle which Washington up presi United state was determined tow4s also northbound at the time Den Kennedy today informed the protect the Dollar As convertible Accident. They reported annual meeting of the internal currency at its present rate fixed tonal monetary fund that the to Gold at $35 an ounce. Such data is available and the other a new Trot Mark of 2 07 set saturday the closing Day of the four Day festival. 13,834 customers although paid admissions saturday hit 5,224 compared with 4 injured in derailment that the Hale and Berkheimer autos met head on and that the 5.456 on the corresponding Day _ Harris car veered off to the 1958, the total paid attendant the chief executive said u. S. Right Gide of the Road the be was reported at 13.834 efforts to protect stability of its crash occurred own currency plus a series of Steps to Correct the imbalance gut re re and landed of International payments were Creek aimed not Only at strengthening the Harris Auto went through i i a was born in Seneca i i a the Arf,.lean economic position Ville it May 3 ,894 a in of the Chillicothe up a four but As a Benefit to All nations late Ben and Cora Mcvicker crewmen were injured in the de Vatican City up fathers of the ecumenical Council opened the second session of their historic Vatican gathering today with debate on a document defining the nature of the Church and their own authority. They found it generally acceptable. Although a number of changes were proposed. The first working session of the reconvened Council was devoted to general discussion of a draft document entitled a de ecclesia a a about the the contend of the draft one of 17 awaiting Council action Atill Are secret. It is understood that the document enhances the authority and prestige of local Bishops As partners of the Pope in the government of the roman Catholic Church. It also assigns a More important role to the Catholic laity in Church life and contemplates the raising of deacons to an ecclesiastical rank. One passage which May have an important bearing on Christian Unity recognizes that All baptised christians Are in some Way related to the mystical body of Christ even though not members of Tho Catholic Church. At a press briefing following the closed session in St. Peters treat Iveea in fee i Cost la using the Dollar As their stand Hale. A retired pottery work continued on Page 2. Col. S Ard. The president spoke to the annual meeting of the fund and the Wyr or International Bank at the Sher a a Lylall Sidiq huc0 Aton Park hotel shortly after returning to the nations capital from a 10,000-mile swing to the far West. Though his audience was Large Drivers injured Parkersburg . Up a Paul Dixon. Marietta Ohio re the be was reported at 13.b34 persons. The 1959 Overall figure was Only 10,523, which had been exceeded by the 12,188 Persona who pad to see the fair in 196l the High total for this years fair did not include some 600 paid memberships As Well As children under 12 and persons who received Courtesy passes of those figures were included in the total the aggregate would probably have been swelled by several thousand the horse which cracked the old Trot record of 2 074, set in 1934 by Tod Wilson and equated in 1942 by Valarion was top hit owned by w j. And. S. Meering colleges to determine fireman Mart Law 34, Jack by International. Kennedy a pre trained in a Semi conscious Condi what was needed in that Field Tovy a Blakeman William Ford. 43. Pared speech was two fold in Pur lion today following injuries suf primers of Barnesville and driven res Springfield and conduct r pose to explain u. S. Steps towered during a weekend Stock car by Junior Altizer the Driver Correct its balance of payments race at the Ohio Valley Speedway received a $100 Bonus for his problem and to plug for the and Dixon was one of two Drivers record trip around the track ministration tax Bill pending in Hurt in separate accidents Satur the new Mark came in the attract Industry into Ohio. In a a a a a z Chase has urged strongly the Harl add "8,on spa go state create a number of technic a it re a Reid a a Hosp Lal Bere Cal schools to train persons need an re t we de in Industry. Creation of such Fow end nes and 38 cars of the the Senate. He said tax reduce Day night. The other Harold r first heat of the race for non schools will be one of the major 5�car southbound train were de Tion would help improve the Long Robinson 45, also of Marietta was winners of a previous event. Functions of the regents. Railed. About 60 new automobiles run position oif the United states reported in satisfactory condition. Awards presented sock no i Birina i. Were maj it hed or ruined by a fire in world business and monetary Dixon was Hurt during the fourth the Job Chase is taking u not a a Hych apr cad mt0 Brush near the same As executive director of Koping firefighters from the Board. The execute director ,.lcothe and ban badge Busy speaking of the Bill he said into the Early hours today. Is still to be hired. Peltier a native of Delphos is a grow Al a a Sun Easland i suggests Way to break up Syndicate say Lumbus attorney before Rhodes named him assistant Commerce director last january. He had served in world War la and in the korean conflict coming out a major. Vatican City giving blessings from his Gustat orial their Pope Paul i arrives in St. Peter s Basilica sunday to open second session of ecumenical Council. After a pontifical High mass the Pope made an address in which he made an Appeal for reunion of All christians roman catholics protestants and orthodox up radio tale photo. Bowling Green publisher Dies Bowling Green up funeral services were scheduled tuesday at 3 . At Young memorial for Claude m Haskell 63, publisher of the daily Sentinel Tribune Here since the 1955 death of his father Alfred. Haskell died saturday night of a heart attack while visiting a nearby farm property. He and his wife Katherine were to have left Friday for a Trio to Europe. 4. Following the annual livestock Lap of the Fust heat when Lus left a de saturday morning the a a i., a Ai Peifer i i Elt shed against a spotlight Ell on recipients of it should help attract capital wheel of another car and flipped Many up eclat award i in various continued on Par z. Col. Is end Over end off the track. Categories of fair Competition. Ray Hughey of the jeffersonian news staff presented the two continued on pal s. Col. 4> Valachi tells probes to jail crime Bosses Washington up underworld turncoat Joseph Valachi was reported today to have told Senate investigators that the Way to break up the Cosa Nostra crime Syndicate is to jail its losses. Sen. Karl e. Mundt r-s.d., quoted Valachi As saying that respected basses in the cos Nostra Hierarchy commanded a loyalty Horn the rank and file a a soldiers of crime which was not paid to lower Echelon lieutenants. Mundt said in an interview that Valachi told the Senate investigations subcommittee at a closed session that a blocking up the Bosses would destroy the crime organization. Valachi the vengeance a Bent cosh Nostra alumnus is expected to expand on the Point when he resumes his testimony at a Public hearing tuesday. He testified Friday that the coat Nostra bossed had been Quot very bad to the soldiers a and that this was one reason he was determined to Tell his Story to authorities. In his Public testimony Valachi also said he hoped Congress would pass a Law making it a crime to belong to an organization such As Casa Nostra. Chairman John l. Mcclellan d-ark., who has made a similar proposal stressed that the suggestions were made independently. Mcclellan said today the sub committee would accept the offer continuum on pts t. Col i . Ambassador to d. R. Recalled Washington up John Bartlow Martin . Ambassador to the dominican Republic today was expected to begin giving his views to government officials on the military coup which ousted dominican president Juan Bosch. Martin returned to Washington sunday accompanied by the Heads of the . Military and Aid missions in Santo Domingo. The United states severed diplomatic relations with the new Junta and suspended Aid when milk tary leaders seized Power last week

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