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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Coshocton, OhioBusiness offices 122-2837 newsroom 622-1122 the Coshocton Tribune timely tips for Rural residents on farm pages vol. 66, no. 291 but of new Wpm Comici and pictorial Coshocton Ohio 43812, monday evening june 14, 1965 full leased wire report of United press International seven cents five Days of fighting in Theowest of Xoai of a Marine Airstrip near Dong Xoai area has resulted i seven americans Are known Ida Nang. A Marine spokesman an estimated and 11 others Are one of the injured marines spacemen banners marked the Parade route in Chicago where space heroes James Mcdivitt and Edward White were Given a rousing Welcome today. The gala affair was to be climaxed by an hour Long fireworks display on the lakefront. Up telephoto astronauts get big reception Chicago up astronauts James Mcdivitt and Edward White flew to Chicago today for a rip roaring civic reception threatened by civil rights demonstrations. The space twins landed at o Hare International Airport for the first stage of a Daylong Welcome which mayor Richard j. Daley promised would be the most sensational magnificent dramatic and enthusiastic in history of our coun a million chicagoan were expected to Greet the Astro nauts in their Parade Down Michigan ave. To City Hall. So were civil rights demonstrators who have been arrested by tha hundreds in Street sit Downs protesting alleged racial discrimination in Chicago schools and against Chicago school supt. Benjamin c. Wil Lis. T. The National association for the advancement of coloured people during the withdrawing announced weekend it was from the mass protests. Leaders of other civil rights organizations however said they today. Would March again israeli peace Leader Dies Jerusalem israeli up body of or. Martin Buber israeli s Foremost philosopher and theologian Lay in state at hebrew University to Day. Thousands of jews paid homage to the Man who Long urged a rapprochement be tween Israel and the Arab world. Buber died sunday at the age of 87 in his Pink Stone House less than a mile from Jerusa Lem s old Wall and the scene of a recent clash Between israeli and jordanian soldiers. He had been bedridden since last month when was re leased from Hadassah Hospital following surgery for a broken leg. Vegetable prices to drop official claims White Sulphur Springs up an agriculture depart ment official said today that re Tail prices of fresh vegetables were on the Way Down and soon would be lower than a year ago. However George l. Mehren assistant agriculture Secretary said fresh meat prices Likely would remain pretty High. Mehren discussed fresh vege tables and meat supplies and prices in a speech prepared for car and cows Are in Accident two cars and two cows were involved in an Accident on a county Road in Virginia town ship about six Miles South of Coshocton at 1 . Today. Both cows and the two motorists escaped injury. The cows were walking on the Road when one darted into the path of a car driven by Gary l. Sines 21, route 5. The other animal was struck by Sines at the time another car y police motorcycles. There is still More of the celebrity treatment awaiting her she was to hold a news con Ference in the afternoon and to night will be greeted by Mem ers of the Ohio legislature a the statehouse. But before Stoat there is a More mundane matter facing ice. Miss . Was to take ice final examinations at Ohio state University today. She was unable to take them at the Reg ular time because she was tied up with her duties As the new Queen. Paratroopers dig in at Viet Nam base by Ray f. Herndon South vietnamese american have been was in critical condition. The Phuoc Vinh Saigon up a battalion f . Army paratroopers dug today near embattled Dong and communist guerrillas. American reconnaissance i said 225 guerillas were orce s sunday when u. S. Navy or the first time in the Viet planes bombed and strafed the . Death toll elsewhere i in South Viet Nam climbed War. Communist positions six Miles two american marines were killed and 20 oth i ers injured in a mysterious truck explosion near Chu is staging a mined Rainy season offensive. Legionnaires of District meet Here the two Day 10th District con-1 drown Ings hike death toll in Ohio traffic total shows decrease mention of the american legion posts from nine counties including Coshocton ended Here Sun Day following a colourful Street Parade. Prior to the Parade which disbanded in front of Hay s jewelry store main St., the Fol owing officers of the District or 1966 were elected at the american legion Home 652 main St Walt Mccoy Latonia Soute 1, District commander James Sindeldecker Tiptonville 5rst vice commander and Merle Watt Dennison second vice com Mander. Mrs. Freeman Gertrude Graham West Lafayette was elected second division com Mander of the 10th District com prised of Coshocton Tuscarawas and Carroll counties. Mrs Graham served in the Hospital corps during world War ii. The new commander replaces Gerald e. Knight of Massillon who served As the 1965 com Mander of the District which in Page 11 please by United press International fair skies and warm temperatures again proved a lethal weekend combination in Ohio Over the weekend. Nearly As Many persons died by drown no As were counted in the High Way accidental death toll. However traffic accounted Only half As Many As last weekend s count when 18 died on the highways. The United press International Survey from 6 . Friday is Only 20 Miles explosion was under i Vestiga i of don3 goal j . Military Headquarters de inscribed the Airlift As a securing the paratroop battalion part action designed to protect Phu of the 173rd airborne Vinh from the kind of attack was Airlift i to Phuoc Vinh the communists launched capital of Phuoc Long province i last thursday on Dong Xoai. Whore a regiment of Viet Cong if the paratroopers and a Bat guerrillas is staging a deter Tery of supporting artillery Are committed to action it will be i the first time an american unit has been sent into direct com Bat against communist forces since the korean War. J Gen. William c. Westmore commander of american in Viet Nam. Said the snowballing communist drive in Phuoc Long province is expected to continue enhancing the possibility of a confrontation be tween . And communist through i might s u n d a y Columbus up gov f _ Gen Williamson Rhodes asks conference on pollution rain and cold hit wide area by United press International heavy Rains and cold today Eft a Damp chill Over the South Midwest and sections of new England. Eleven persons were still missing and presumed Vic Tims of a Texas flood last week. Large Hail fell on Broadus mont., sunday night and caused damage estimated by the mayor at in nearby Butte Snow piled five inches deep and cancelled the american legion baseball tournament. The teams Page 11 please new lights on Council Agenda a proposal for installing new Type Street lights on main in other parts of the City and an ordinance establishing the compensation for a Deputy Audi tor will be discussed at a regu Lar meeting of Coshocton City Council tonight. Mayor David w. Dawson who is seeking to interest Council in converting to More powerful and better illuminated Stree lights said the Ohio Power co today installed four such lights on main St. Between fourth and fifth its. And some on South fourteenth St. Between Canoe Lane and Tomahawk or these new lights the mayor said May be observed by councilmen shortly after dark to night. The mayor believes that the installation of the new White Way lights on main St. And in other parts of the City would not Only help to reduce crime in the City but would give Coshocton better the ordinance to be introduced proposes to set the salary for mrs. Jackie Gross who is serving As Deputy auditor in the absence of auditor Bertha Wagner who is ill. An ordinance to establish the issuance and terms of License tags for bicycles in Coshocton will be up for third Reading to night. Former county residents Hunt missing baby some 200 men today were searching a wilderness area near Tahoe City Calif., for the grandson of a West Lafayette resident missing since saturday afternoon. The boy is two year old James d. Bordenkirche grandson of Jesse a. Bordenkirche 804 East fourth St., West Lafayette the child s father Jesse Bor Odenkircher is a Carpenter con tractor in Yuba City Calif. Both and his wife the for Mer Helen Scott Are from the showed 11 persons killed in trafic mishaps six who died by drowning and a South Point Man who was electrocuted while erecting a radio Antenna on his roof for a total of 18 accidental deaths. Among the drowning victims was Darlene Blosser. 12, it. 5 Cadiz who died in a farm Pond North of her Home sunday. Authorities said she apparently pulled a plastic bag Over her head to see How Long she could breathe underwater. The body was found by her twin brother David. Four boats from James a. Rhodes today asked for a Federal pollution Confer ence As soon As asserting that we want action to control pollution of Lake Erie. In a letter to Anthony j. Celebrezze . Health Educa tion and welfare Secretary Rhodes asked that the Confer ence be called As soon As pos sible to Institute a plan of action to improve Lake Erie water called for local state fed eral and International Eoo Pera tion stating that we Are past the Marble the talking stage and past the Plainfield Vicinity and been living in California have since world War ii the elder Bor Odenkircher said. The child wearing Only a tee shirt jeans and a pair of sneak ers wandered off from his ens Cabin at Kings Bear into a heavily wooded area near the California Nevada Border at the North Shore of the Lake. Temperatures have dipped to 31 degrees in the Early morning hours since then. About 200 men. Skin divers and Light aircraft searched Sun Day for the boy. A spokesman at the Placer county sheriff s office said we re not giving up Hope by any after 24 hours the chances grow Slimmer. Head coast guard office near Sandusky continued to search for the body of Willard ohm 51, port Clinton who fell out of his boat sunday while cruising in Lake Erie with friends. The dead Are Friday night Chardon Lee Childress 70, Chagrin Falls killed in an Auto collision on . 422 in Beauga county. Canton Floyd f. Hintz jr., 32, of Brewster killed when his car rammed a Norfolk West Ern train at the Ohio 250 Cross ing North of the Tuscarawas Stark county line. Saturday Cleveland mrs. Dursilla k. Sexton 22, Cleveland Page 6 please fatally Dover youth elected boys state governor Athens Ohio b. Miller of Dover newly inaugurated governor of the american legion s Buckeye boys state gets his mythical govern ment s wheels turning today and tonight meets his real Lite counterpart. The 16-year-old was elected sunday As collected 768 votes to defeat Stephen Bollinger 17, Cincinnati who got 553. Miller running on the Feder Alist ticket led his party to a sweep of the top state posts. He was sworn in sunday night by state supreme court Justice c. William o Neill. Tonight gov. James a. Rhodes will address the boys attending the school in self government being conduct 11 Pimm fair weather ahead mostly fair and a Little warmer tonight and tuesday. Low to night 49 High tuesday 78. Temperatures sunday High 71 Low 51. Year ago High 86 Low 67. Atlanta .85 68 Boston .66 49 Charleston s.c.89 76 Des Moines .76 59 Al paso.93 67 Indianapolis .78 59 los angeles.76 66 Miami beach.84 76 new Orleans .----90 70 new York .68 54 san francisco.66 53 Spokane .-.66 40 Washington .79 57 wichita.76 66 five Day forecast temperatures will average near Normal. Representative Normal High and Low tempera lures Ace Cleveland 79-57, co Lumbus 84-59, Cincinnati 84-64 Only minor Day to Day Tern Carature changes Are expected until a warming trend Friday and saturday. Rainfall will average one Quarter to one half Inch occurring mainly As show and thundershowers Friday and saturday. Four injured in Auto crash the intersection of us 36 and Ohio 76 was the scene of a traffic Accident at . Sunday in which four persons were in jurec.1not seriously. Taken to county memorial Hospital treated and later re leased were Donald l. Knight 33, Tippecanoe route 2. Driver of one car his wife Delores 30, and children Joseph h., 9, and Kathryn 5. John w. Bark Ley 48, Punxsutawney. Pa., the Driver of the other vehicle escaped injury. A state patrolman said bark by pulled off Ohio 76 onto us 6 into the path of Knight s car. Barkley was ordered by the a Rolman to appear in municipal court today to answer a charge of driving while under the influx nce of alcohol. Of Raleigh. N.c., commander of the brigade told newsmen at Phuoc Vinh today that the 500 Man battalion was Emp laced in trenches Norfi of the provincial capital s Airfield. We Are Here to protect american facilities in Phuoc Williamson said. 11 please the deploring the study and the study the study the May 10 governors con Ference on great lakes pollution which called at Cleve land provided evidence that there Are widespread contributions to the pollution problem of Lake it s a polluted Lake and the pollution problem is growing every Rhodes declared. Pollution is in state out of state and out of country. Any pollution is wrong. We want action and we want it any further delay said is inexcusable. The subject has been talked to death. The time for action is past state and local agencies Are making definite Progress to Ward pollution the governor said but for too Long now the Lake has been the Vic Tim of too Little and too late. Pollution sources Cross state and National boundaries said and cited the National significance of the Lake As a fresh water source. It is apparent thai the fed eral government has a responsibility in this told Celebrezze a former mayor of Cleveland. He noted in his request that states surrounding the great lakes have 41 per cent of the population of the United states and 45 per cent of the fed eral taxes. We must save the great lakes and we in Ohio must particularly emphasize Lake Erie. We have made a thorough study of our own and our conclusion is stated. Rhodes assured Celebrezze of Complete cooperation of this office and our various state agencies in conducting such a conference five inmates flee from jail at Youngstown Youngstown up there were More surprises sprung around the Mahoning county jail Here Early today than could be found in a half dozen boxes of Cracker jacks. It All wound up in the disclosure that five inmates had escaped Mahoning county deputies were unaware of it and the escape was pulled almost directly across the Street from the downtown police station. Patrolmen Daniel Popovich and Henry Hlasta were on Rou Tine patrol when they saw two men hurrying along the Street in front of the Myca wearing what looked like prison garb. They yelled at the two men asking them where they were going and what they were do ing. The younger one apparently panicked. We just broke out of the Mahoning county a replied. He was identified As William Temple 19, Carmichael pa., and his companion As Zane Good 39, Cleveland. Another officer found James Barlow. 32, Girard Ohio hid ing under a Bridge in the direction opposite that taken by the other two. Two other prisoners were still at Large. They Are Ronald Bur Ney 19, and Louis Jones 20, both of Youngstown. Popovich and Hlasta passed along word to their Headquarters and the deputies were in formed. The prisoners had sawed their Way through bars on the jail s sixth floor. In full View of the police station they descended the front of the jail on a rope of knotted bed clothing and fled. A course for clerk stenographers under the auspices of the manpower development training act opened this morning at Coshocton High school. Members of the class Are seen Here with their instructor Don Ald j. Crain left standing and Ken Neth Martin right of the Ohio stare employment service. From left right they Are standing or. Craig mrs. Hazel Miller mrs. Eunice Drake mrs. Barbara Wesson mrs Judy e. Burns mrs. Marie Adkins and or. Martin seated mrs. Mar Garet f. Clark mrs. Josephine u Lutgen miss Judy Jackson miss sue Myers miss sue Talbott and miss Elizabeth Anne Smailes. A limited number of openings Are still Avail Able for the first Section of course scheduled for 21 Weeton. Anyone interested May Contact or. Martin at the employment office this week. There is no Cost to the trainee said. 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