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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - March 11, 1966, Joplin, Missouri J0PUN Gl0Br FfWey, March 11, 1*66. Southern Defectors Confident t COLUMBIA, SC. (AP)-With four high level defectors from the Democrats already in camp, I South Carolina Republican lead--ers promised Tliursday, "We'll 1 get some more. We haven't run out of gas yet." " Leaders of both parties Z agreed, however, that GOP can-� didates face uphill campaigns tn 'I state elections this fall. I FVwr democratic members of the state legislature have I switched to the Republicans in I the past week. - The GQP's top prize was Sen. Marshal] Parker, 43, a top Dem- - ocratio leader for years. Parker promptly announced he will fceek the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate seat now ' held by Democrat Donald S. Russell." - Rep. Joseph 0. Rogers, 44, Another legislative leader for the Democrats, switched earlier ' in the week and said he would : run against incumbent Democratic Gov. Robert McNair Mc-Nair. who became governor last , year when Russell, then goven-' nnr. filled the vacant Senate ".'scat after the death of Olin D. i Johnston, will seek a full four-' year term. The party-switching started last week when Repe. Jerry .Hughes and Fred Connor both ;of Orangeburg, announced they were joining the Republicans ; because oi disenchantment with ; President Johnson's admniistra- tion. I Sen. Strom Thurmond. R-S.C, 'switched in 1964 and will run *fm- re-election this year for the "first time on the GOP ticket. ^>Fep. Albert Watson, R - S.C., "elected last year in a vote that ^\as confined" to the pro-Repub-"lican eight-county 2nd District. ; No Democrats have yet announced to oppose either Thur--mond or Watson. rjoplin High fc 'Spyglass" 1 Wins Honor RAIN IN MIDWEST-Rain is scheduled Friday in a wide belt from the Great Lakes through the Mississippi and Missouri river valleys into Louisiana, and in southern Texas. Generally fair weather will prevail elsewhere. It will be cooler in the northeast, north Pacific states and the Rocky mountain region.-(AP Wirephoto.) Nation's Major Banks Boost Rates on Loans NEW YORK fAP)-The mini- 1 mum cost of loans to the nation's biggest and most secure borrowers was boosted bv major banks Thursday to 5'� per cent from 5 per cent, thus making it more difficult and more costly to borrow. The move, which ultimately might mean higher rates on consumer loans, wag initiated by Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. "'� "The Spyglass." student newspaper of .Joplin Senior high * si-bonl, has been awarded second '*- place in the printed miscellan- eous publications division of 42nd ^anniinl newspaper-magazine con-;"irr-i conducted by the Columbia * University Scholastic Press Association. 'Z Entries were received from 49 slate?, the District, of Columbia, .-'the. Philippines. West Germany, Z India and Turkey. * The printed miscellaneous pub-'-lications division involves news-^papers? stressing creative writ- - ing in addition to features and renews stones. ~ Mrs. H. K. Wiefrnan is sponsor ~of "The Spyglass." Neil Camp-'-".hell. a senior at Joplin high ^school, is editor ^ "The Spyglass" is published ""every three weeks. Vandals Damage House in Joplin Z T. C Helm. 2332 Wall avenue, -reported to police at 5:15 o'clock ^Thursday aftenion that vandals _*;|iarl bmken all the windows out ~of a vacant house he owns at 501 "'North Wuil avenue. - Police said the vandals also fore a hole in the roof and caused ^damage to the inside of the house. Man meeting place announcement! lor civic and fraternal organizations in vour dry printed on postcard tc: Meeting olace. The Joplin Clone, JpBlin, Mo. Joplin V M.C.A. Bible Luncheon Club, noon, Rose room, The Rev. S. K. Biffle, leader. Serioma club, noon, Holiday Inn. Boys club, noon, Wilder's. South Joplin Lions club, noon, Wilder's. Over-Fifty club, 6:30 p.m., Memorial hall. mi?M. SERVICE ; INFORMATION CLYDE L. WILLIAMS Age &5 ,416 North Jackson Hoibane), cf Sammy Williamt " Funeral Services 10:30 A.M. Saturday Chapel of Memories I. Dr. Ward Conklin, Officiating RICHARD CLY Age 52 2327 Xenia BUM-SOL z m ortu m. ry J MA 3-4567 ene* lytft Joplin, Mo. Flight Plan Outlined (Continued From Page 1A> Agena and back about fio feet away. Scott, using a gas-propelled jet gun to flit about, will emerge from the equipment bay and practice various maneuvers at different distances from the spacecraft. After Scott returns to the cabin, Armstrong will redock with the Agena. unlatching about three hours later. Then Scott will make a linkup, staying attached only a few minutes. Armstrong will then change the orbit path of Gemini 8 slightly and will move about 13 miles away from the Agena. He win attempt a fourth docking without use of radar, employing optical methods only. The final disconnect from the Agena is slated 29 hours into the mission. 7 he astronauts will back away about 1,500 feet and send a signal to fire Agena's main engine in a test of how well they can command the Agena to maneuver. The third day of the flight will be devoted mainly to scientific, engineering and photographic experiments. The spacecraft will return to earth Friday after a trip of 70 hours. 52 minutes. Clyde L. Williams Services Saturday Services for Clyde L. Williams, fi5 years old, 416 North Jackson avenue, manager o! the Rosenberg shoe store, who died Thursday morning, will be at 10:30 o'clock Saturday morning in Thornhill-Dillon chapel. Dr. Ward Conklin will officiate. Burial will be in Ozark Memorial Park cemetery. Pallbearers will be Morgan Hillhouse, Edgar Smith. Percy Chcnault, Everett Askins, Lerov H. Kettler, Roy Lohr, Bill Hag-german and Aubrey Stevens. Mr. Williams died at 12:10 o'clock in St. John's hospital where he had been a patient since February 24. Mr. Williams was born in Columbia in 1900. He was a University of Missouri graduate with a business education major. In January of 1930 Mr. Williams came to Joplin to be affiliated with the Rosenberg shoe store. A few years later he became manager of the store, a position he held at the time of his death. He had been active at the store until becoming ill two weeks ago. Mr. Williams was a member of First Presbyterian church, Downtown Lions Club and Acacia Masonic Lodge 620, A.F. & A.M. of Columbia. Surviving are his widow, Mrs, Sammy Williams, whom he married in 1930: two daughters, Mrs. W. K. Tweedie of Monett and Mrs. Paul S. Carothers of Memphis, Tenn., and seven grandchildren. Japan to Provide Aid for India NEW DELHI, India
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