Newport Daily News, December 27, 1966, Page 2

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December 27, 1966

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Newport Daily News (Newspaper) - December 27, 1966, Newport, Rhode Island Newport Daily Newi, Tuesday, Dec. 27, 1966 Seven Poles, Tree, Hydrant Hit In Holiday Weekend Accidents A car driven by Timothy C. Landers, 20, of 550 East Main At p. m. yesterday, a car'W e s t Broadway near Collins driven by Stephen J. Spoils, 20, Street. Damage was estimated Road. Middletown, stn-ck a of 19 Wesley St.. struck a fire at pole at a.m. Sunday at hydrant on Forest Trailer Park: At p.m. Saturday a car n----1 A.rtn-. fn Mi-Mfon John M. SZUbSki.. 23i llresser Street and Annaudaie Road. Both, Landers and his passen- ge.-, Johq P. Kelly, 19, of 23 RoaH, in front of the Avica Co. ir Middletown. Damage lo the'of the destroyer William R car was estimated at IRush, collided with a car driven David J. Lindscy of 6 Reginald P. Parker, 3B; of Mi-kllctown remrted to destroyer escort Courtney, Road, Middletown, wcreiS irjured. While they were waiting lice at p. police to arrive at the scene, his parked car a car driven by Delbert R. at 15 Concord Brink, 23, of 21 Dresser. St., town. Damage was estimated at struck Landers' car. Pamela m yesterday ad 'been struck Drive, Middle- at Avfnuc and to the Parker car. At p.m. Salurday, a car Brink, 21, a passenger, was tak-' At p. m. Saturday, a car Driven 'by "William D McCar- en to Newport Hospital. Sne was driven by Louis G. 22, of treaied for cuts on the s-calp and legs and was released. Lan- ders treated a cut chin and was released. Kelly was admitted to Ihe hosp.tal. He 40 Rhode Island Ave. 29. of 61 Prospect Hill St., col- was damaged by a falling tree lidnd with a car driven by Nan- on Hunter Avenue near cy Hayes, 24, of 185 Shangri La champlin Street. Police said the Lane. Damage to Ihe Hayes car branch smashed Ihe windshield was estimated at Damage'snd wcnt through the grill and suffered a cut forehead. Dam-to the Virgadamo car was Damage was esti- to the Landers car was es- mted at under The ace'- mated at McCarthy was timated at Damage lo die dent occurred on Friendship'not injured, utility pole was estimated at street, at the entrance to the' At p.m. Saturday a car a h ock Cliff Hatel. All seminaries his-Dec 12 gall bladder opera ed bv the opposition n Newport were invited to at- tion. party. end. A mass will be held in There has been no reporl surelv makes the machin- St Mary's Convent at p.m. from Walter Reed Army Hospi cry of government work less on his condition since Thurs he wrote. __ Damage to the Brink car was estimated at lot. d-.-iven by William E. Schenck; At p.m. Saturday Charles 18, of 7 Sylvan St., struck a tree At a. m. Sunday, a car Wynperle, 50, of 4 Wesley St., on Ksy Boulevard near Bar- driven by Katherine A. Breu- reported to police that the plow bara Street. Damage to the car nan, 20, of Perry St., colii- of a jeep struck his car on was estimated at ded' with a car driven by Rich- ard Pride, 23, of Walnut Street, Bristol. Damage to the Brennan car was estimated at Dam- age to the Priete car was esti- mated at No injuries were reported. Portsmouth police reported a car driven by Cecil Marshall Japan's Premier Expects A Victory In Parliament TOKYO (AP) Japanese plele tax returns, charges tha Prime Minister Eisaku Sato to- members of his party were in BLACK MARKET CLEAN-UP Newsmen Fred left and- Hugh Mulligan inspect remains of black marKtv, goods burned by police after a raid on black market stands in Saigon's Ton That Thiep Street. The two reporters col- laborated on a series of stories exposing corruption and waste of U.S. aid to Vietnam, just before the raids. Local BrSTJ! Eisenhower Is Ready For Hospital Release Rev. Charles Gilroy of St. Joseph's Church will speak "A Seminarian Becomes a WASHINGTON (AP) For- said, it is likely that a rlest" at Ihe, Serra Club c; D. Eisen- wiil find halfway through his tonight a at Sham Swtag lhe Rev. Edward E. John'lday. when he to be re- son of 28 Hall Ave. will speak cu'wating rapidly, al Hood Memorial Method's! ini Church, Providence hais Jan. 1. ,pa., home. Writing in the current issue. BORN- to Specialist 5. C. Earl C. Ball USA, and Mass. M'S. Ball f! 58 Ave., Swansea, month's -mind mass will be said for Mrs. Loretla Goo- deli of 343 Broadway lomorrow in" office fn- anv ruAvW ?l iqfifi jt at a.m. in St. Joseph's member of the House of Repre-y the president's widow of breaking their contract by offer- ing his manuscript for publica- tion without her approval. Soni? passages in the text, she said, contained material constituting an invasion of her privacy. President Johnson, mean- while, asked that his staff not discuss the book or the contro- versy around it following a Newsweek report that the Presi- dent's recollections of his (Elizabeth A. Oesterling) of 107 Longmeadow Road, Ports- mouth. PORTERFIELD Dec. 24, 196G, at the Naval Hospital, a daughter to Lt. (j.g.) and Mrs. James II. Porterfeid of 65 Merlon Road. RIBERA Dec. 25, 1966, at Newport Hospital, a son to Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Ribera (Ann O'Neill) of 16 Bacheller St. SOUZA Dec. 26, 1966. it Newport Hospital, a daugh- ter to Mr. and Mrs. John succession varied sharply with I Souza (Dorothy Birkett) of Z those said tp appear in the still! Hobbs St. unpublished text. .WILLIAMS Dec. 24, 1966, at White House press secretary! Newport a daughter George Christian called the statements attributed to John- son in the article "inaccurate and untrue" and said "the President has granted no inter- views to anyone, including Mr. Manchester, and has asked his staff to refrain from discussin, tho Newsweek reported that Man- chester's manuscripl contained a description of Mrs. Kennedy': Reds Split (Continued from Page 1) robats riding their mnnocycle: I j ti J i n lii_ J d ut-iw ipuvll vl ......I.- lunged right and left with dum- 1 shock at findmg Johnson al- my rifles." Iready on board Air Force One The delegation boarded tlwhen she entered the jet in Dal Gertrude Fleig, Sister Of Nun Mrs. Gertrude Ebbitt Fleig, native of Newport gnd sister f Sister M. Louis Bertrand of t. Augustin's Convent, died last 'eek in Florida. Services were eing held today in Florida. Mrs. Fleig, who lived in 'ort Lauderdale, Fla., was a egistered nurse, who before er retirement was supervisor f the Public Health Service of York! She was the daugh er of the late Thomas and 'Anna Martin Ebbitt of this city. She is survived by her hus land, Louis Fleig, a son and .1 laughter, all of Florida; her sis- er in Newport; two other sis- ers, Mrs. Frank Marshall ol Vew York and Mrs. Frank God- lard of Florida; and a brother, Col. Joseph M. Ebbitt of Wash- ngton. Christinas (Continued from Page 1) said the storms last week "hurl a tittle." At Nadeau's Pharmacy 01 East Main Road, Portsmouth justness "went accord Viet War (Continued' from Pt-rfe' 1) aigon because of a slriki by 00 Vietnamese dock workers. A U.S. spokesman jaid an American stevedore battalion unloaded tons of cargo, :lose to the usual daily average. Evangelisl Billy Graham left or the United States after an eight-day Christmas visit.. and said he is pessimistic about >n early, end of the. war: "It is a" complicated, confusing aid 'rustrating Graham said. 'I don't see an early end to it." The heavy fighling near Bong Son swirled1 around a heliccpter anding zone of the American air cavalrymen. "Friendly casualties we.r.e the U.S. commands communique said. It. was one oi :he few times in recent months ;hat the command has reported icavy losses to a sizeable American ground force. A. spokesman described the force which took such losses as "mul- ticompany but less lhan a bat- lalion." This would put it some- where between 400 and 800 men. The American and Vietnam' ese military commands report ed 122 incidents occurred in South Vietnam during the cease- fire but declined to charge the Communists with truce viola- Chinese plane. Pictures 'he. MithM i also said she found grating that quotations of Mao were every- wouid address her as where -inside the plane; also he reading material. Then, con-l. Johnson told intimates, ac jnues the report; "The hosles-' cording to Ihe magazine, that he ses quickly performed I h e i r ordered, against the suggestion duties toward the passengers to Mr. and Mrs. Dalton P. Williams (Vivian Randall) of 37 Dixon St. DIED of the Setrel Service, that Pres- and started to read and slngjident Kennedy's coffin be placed ...........in Air Force One instead of the he quotations." Next they heard a radio broadcast i n praise of Mao. Driving from Peking airport into tile city, "the fences, walls, trees and even the roadway were pasted with posters" and slogans; they included "quite a few insulling references to our country and our party." In Ihe streets of Peking of vice presidential plane. "I wasn't going to let Mrs. Kennedv fly back alone with his he was quoted as saying MR. MICHAEL RITES The funeral of John C. Mich- ael of 53 Tilden Ave., was held bel (Karias) Costa. Residence vesterday from Ihe Memorial Funeral Home wilh fimersl ser JOCKRUM. in Newport, Rhode Island, December 27, 1966, Rose D. (King) Cockrum wife of Cecil F. Cockrum and daughter of the late James C. and the lale Catherine (Car- roll) King and mother of Cornelius J. Murphy of Taunton. Residence 11 Whit- well Place, Newport. Funer- al will be held from Ihe Don- nelly Funeral Home, 773 South Main Street, Fall Riv- er, Thursday, December 29, at 8 a.m. wilh a Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Patrick's Church, Fall Riv- er at 9 Calling hours Tuesday 7 to 9 and Wednes- day 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. In- terment at St. Patrick's Cem- etery, Fall River. COSTA, in Fall River. Massa- chusells, December 26, 1986, Joseph Costa husband of Ma- 61 Walnut Street, Tivertcn, R. I. Funeral will take place v- .L......Q J i. uijti 01 nin vunw young people were Veciting i n at st Spyridon Greek at the Faria fe Son Funeral chorus quotations in booklets of I ing to Mrs. Richard F. Cosimini, Uions. Most of the incidents were wife of the owner. 'described as minor. Nadeau's carries a variety of gift items, in addition to Phar- maceuticals. Mrs. Cosimini said her husband was out of dale today on a buying trip. WEATHER Rhode Island, Massachusetts and cold tcnlght. Lows in the teens along the coast and zero to 10 inland. We.dhesd'ay fair followed by increasing, high cloudiness In the afternoon and little temperature change. Boston and clear and cold. Lows in the teens (long the coast and tero to 10 above inland. Light snd variable winds. Wednesday, fair followed by increasing high cloudiness ind little tempera- ture change. Probability of pre- cipitation near icro today and tonight and 10 per cent Wednes- day. to Block Island-Va- riable winds lets than 10 knots tonight and Wednesday. Fair weather tod visibility over jCfnuport ESTAI shed dally, txcvpt Sundays holidays by The Edwarn irman Publishing ESTABLISHED KM Published duly, ind cert A. Sher 140 Thames St. Newport R. I U284U. Telephone connecting all dt ctrtmenli Second clan poitatt pud R. I, SUBSC'RIPTION R A r E B. otrrlir week. Br payiblt In advanct ytai IK monUii. H month MEMBERS OF THB ASSOt'lA FLO PRESS. The Pre 11 entitled exclusively to the uite I1 ripubllcation of all local ntu orlnltd In thu wtll ai a AP IMWI (Sny net IMId MrmlMIn- MM, 1 4. Mao Tse tung's thoughts." And in the hotel "we didn't sleep a wink the first night until dawn, lorries with 'Red Guards' kept lumbering out side and columns marched, chanting slogans and quota -tioni." First and last, the Soviet visitors concluded that the so called Chinese revolution is not an authentic one, that it is not helping the workers and peas ants, that, for example and unlike the silualion in Ihe Soviet Union, people have to pay lor operations and for care at childbirth and pay high Rev. Spyridon C. Papa-demetriou, pastor, conducted he service. He was assisted by he Rev. Conslantine Bebis of St. George's Greek Orthodox Church, New Bedford. Burial was in Middletown Cemetery, where both priests read the committal prayers. Bearers were Melachrino Violet, John Tsaporas. Stephen Bozas. George Koularbidous, George Violet and Charles- Logothets. A delegation from Ihe American Legion. PoM 7. attended the service and held special services at the funeral home Sunday of Division) Fall River Wednesday morning at A Requiem High Mass will be sung at Holy Cross Church, Tiverton, Rhode Island at 9 o'clock. Burial will be at St. Patrick's Cemetery, Fall River. Friends may call 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. KIRKHAM, in Fall River. Massachusetts, December 26, 1966, Ethel (Gregsori) widow of Brinley K. Kirkham and mother of Irving Kirkham, of 69 Gibbs Avenue. Age 81 years Residence 1944 South Main Street, Fall River. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Waring Funeral Home, 178 Winter Street, Fall River. Relatives and friends are invited. Friends may call TUM-day 7 to 9 and Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Interment at Oak Grove Cemetery, Fall River. 1 :30 P.M. Quotation? Cnnrttijr, Kldder. PMboSj a Co Allltd Ch 33'i Inl Nick Am Air Tl Kenn.colt 38 si Am M'.i Mont Ward Am Tob N.Y. Con Anae Cop 80'i RR 54 n Alchlson Phlll Pet Bfth Steel 31 Radln Corp VI 'i Boeing Air Rivtheon 51 Oh Sears Roeb 47VJ Chrysler JS'i Soconv Mob 47 li Con Edls Sou Pac 28 '.'4 Doug Air Std Oil Cal 601, Dow Chem fZ'.i Std Oil N.J. 63T, duponl 1414 Texos Co. East Rod US', Un Carbldt 41'.', Ford 40 Un Pac 31 Gen Dyn SMi Unit Air 81 Gen Elec 84 V, Unit Fruit Gen Mot 67si US Rub 39'.i Sen 45 US Steel BM 74 91 Int Harv 3j Xerox MEMOR1AM In Lovlnfl Memory Of Our Dearest Father VITO P. PINTO 1981 December 27 10M Beside your grave we often stand With heart bqth crushed and sore But In the gleam the sweet words come Not lost but gone before God knows how much we miss you He counts the tears we shed And whispers. He only sleeps Your loved one it not dead So wt'll be brave dear father And pray for you each day And when God calls us home to you Your smile will light the way. Sadly missed hy his Daughters and FUNERAL HOME Service It To And You DtticU The Cost a DAVENPORT oa Ntwf art MIMBtRS Slock York AUTOMATIC QU01ATIOM DIAL BROS. MONUMENTS Cor Far-wfll a Wilnil III Dial I4C-UI7 I4T-M44 Dallj to 4 F4A-Q350 375 Broadway Cornell's Memorial Works KST 1111 HY J B lOTTKEIt., lit OCOIinr f and P.I.I7.AHRTII r c omtEI.I I nr OF AOES v i V 1 "'I" AU Kort 0) Alien Mimnmriiii U-M Harner Ilreei. Niwhort H 1 OPWI DAILY) u Hi AnolMintiii call ln-NM C4MMIHW 4 ;

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