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Toll in Ohio to 20 Warm Weather Blamed As Foe/or By United Press IntenuUfonal Drowning?, brought on by the _Jcc|deht«Ldefllh_loU_inJOhlo-Jur4ati Ing the weekend. ' IA United Press International midnight Sunday showed at least five drowning* and_Jl_traftic- deaths during the period. Four Persons died from -misce! laneous causes, including two raiP crewmen In the crash of two i-_—NewLjy;ork—Central-strains—n4ar West Carrolhon Saturday night. j raising the overall total to 20 accidental deaths. The, dead: , SAO Terrorism Is Halted In Algiers After 14 Months By ALAIN RAYMOND united Press iBernaUonal ALGIERS (UPI)-fiecret Army Organization (OAS) feeders in Aln. -gieTs~1ralted M months of terrorism today but there was no immediate assurance that European extremists in Ora n .would agree to truce terms worked out with Moslem leaden. ""European residents who nave been fleeing to France at the rate of 10.000 a day_(tter_eJornJ)etwecn 'hopes the peace .would last' and Some canceled their air or ship reservations this morning but -others dcoldeQ to go anyway. __iA- spokesman for the - OAS in Oran said Sunday night that a de- -cision on whether to follow the cease • fire ordered by the OAS command in Algiers would be announced sometime today. — The truce formally went into ef- "(ect^7aTT!iidfiigHtnand^by~ dawn '> there bad been no OAS cdmhian- . cither,- Algiers _or Oran. The last known plastic bomb,explosions went off in Philippeville at 4:35 p.m. Sunday. -Two-wccks-of-intensive-negoti ations bet/ween Moslem and European leaders came to a dramatic climax Sunday with separate announcements by each side. The National Liberation Front, (FLN) destined to be the dominant force after the July I indc- • pcndence referendum, announcd a general amnesty for Europeans and a promise that Europeans would be included in the future Friday Night Barbertcn: . Lynn Gibson, 37, Petersburg. killed_whcn r a _train nick-hisUtuck at a crossing. Chllltcothe: Wallace W. Miller, 40. nearby Frankfort, kilted when run over by a tractor In hi» orch- -4>ayton^-Claytus-Goffef-36r-oy| near : Brookv Ille, fatally injured control on Union Rd. Just north oMrotwoodr: ~ r • .Cleveland: Patrick Coyne, 73, Cleveland, killed when struck by a car at a busy intersection. lard, killed when his car struck a utility pole near here. Greenwich: Edward Seymour, 28, and Norma Summers, 21, both of Columbus, killed in truck-car crash which critically injured two others.—— —- —~~— ~~~ New Philadelphia: Ralph Ben der Jr., 12, nearby Fort Washing ton, killed in a headon collision with a truck on U.S. 38 near here. Dayton: Elwood York, Sharonville, and Homer Hassler, 32, jjprlngifcte, fcillffd In»jn tvil lision south of here near West Carrolltcn. Delta: Royal R. Sunior, 18, drowned In a pond on a farm near here. > Sunday West Union: Donald Lee Morro 21, Bluecreek in Adams County, rural road in Adams County. WebTon: Robert C. Graves, 26. Rt. 1, Alexandria, killed when he tost control of his car on County Road 150 lour miles north of Pataskala, hit an embankment and was pinned under the vehicle. nBcrea; Dalg-Crlttle, 8. Berea. drowned in the Rocky River afte. 1 a 30-foot fall from a cliff. New Philadelpitia: Ralph Marks, 30—Caqton—drowiied-at~AtwOod Lake~~Park whifiTswimming. Beaverdam: Charles Benton, W. j_ _Col , — _ motorbike collided with a car at an intersection on the Allen-Putnam County road* north of 'Beaverdam. lumbwK-Mrsj-Blanehe-Loganr BU, killed when struck by a car as she crossed a street here. 'Plain City: Jamas Carter. 43, Columbus, killed when his parachute failed to open in a sky-dive at night. •-.Cincinnati: Mark Staehling, 6, Goshen, drowned in a private swimming pool in subuitan Norwood. to on into to

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  1. Marysville Journal-Tribune,
  2. 18 Jun 1962, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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