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Chanute Tribune (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Chanute, Kansas Forecast fair warmer the Chanute Tribune single copy Price to Chanute Kansas 66720, monday december 20, 1965 12 pages 74th year no. 213 Saigon is guarded against terrorists Saigon South Viet Nam pot of fuel and ammunition in apr forces guarding Saigon the country against communist terrorist at j an american officer said the tacks on the fifth anniversary of Viet Cong probe apparently was the Viet Cong beat off a Compa not intended to get at the dump by size enemy band monday but it bumped into alerted night five Miles outside the capital near a vital fuel and ammunition dump. The City limits heard the rattle of Small arms fire and the rumble of artillery. The action was East of a be site of the biggest Supply de forces which at first May have suspected this was the target the depot on the Saigon River is a critical area for the South vietnamese. . Advisers say a single tracer round fired into one of the fuel tanks or one eight Are killed in Kansas traffic Over weekend by the associated press eight persons were killed in traffic accidents in Kansas Over the weekend Lawrence m. Swisher Gypsum. Ran., was fatally injured saturday when his car ran off a county Road near Salina and truck a Metal sewer pipe. Cars occupied by two Minneapolis minn., families going in opposite directions crashed Myers Heads Bell Here Charles Myers Wichita has been named commercial manag mortar round hitting an ammunition ship there could set the entire area ablaze. They add that ignited fuel spilling into the River during an incoming tide could Send a Wall of fire sweeping into Saigon. Full details of the fighting on the outskirts were not immediately available. The Nha be storage area was fully lighted More so than usual. As though the defenders were taking no chances. The rumpus in mid evening could have been intended by the Viet Cong to Mark the anniversary. Earlier in the evening a terrorist hurled a grenade at a truckload of . Soldiers on a Bridge on the Northern outskirts of the City in route to a us., base. The grenade bounced off the rear of the truck and exploded one couple Albert Franklin in the Street injuring Only one Pickard 60. And his wife Edith american police said. May was killed. The incident occurred despite the Highway patrol said the the tightest Security in years in occupants of the other car Eino the City of More than 1.4 million Nikula 47, the Driver and his to guard against any major wife Lillian were hospitalized birthday incident. Officials said head on near Bucklin saturday. Washington api pres ident Johnson and West Germany a Chancellor Ludwig Erhard talked Over a Broad Range of world problems today in the first session of a two Day series of talks aides reported. They did not limit themselves to the question of nuclear sharing in the Western Alliance reportedly chief Issue so far As the visiting German Leader is concerned. The two were together an hour and 15 minutes. After the meeting a smiling Johnson escorted an equally smiling Chancellor to a waiting limousine to drive to a luncheon at the state department at Bucklin. Melvin Scott 18, of Hill City was killed saturday in an Accident on u. S. 50 West of Strong City involving a passenger car and a pickup truck. Two other persons were injured. They were James e. Hedge 18, also of Hill City Driver of the car and George Dawson 60, of Ebri Dale Driver of the truck. Four members of one family Hie wave of terrorism could continue until the new year. The communists took no Holiday in the Field. Two Viet Cong companies attacked two outposts of the Tuyen Nhon special forces Camp in the Plain of Reeds 40 Miles West of Saigon. The u. government forces threw Back miss Chanute Nick Mcguire left and miss Kansas Mimi Frink right Admire an autographed Robert Goulet record album As it was presented to the patients at the Southeast Kansas tuberculosis hos for Buin phots by bin Jenkins Pital Here. The patients shown Here Are mrs. Nell Cooper Wichita next to miss Mcguire and Vir Wellington. Ginia Vieyra tree music presented to patients a delegation of Beauty and Losis association in Kansas. I now students at the University i were Cliff Titus Wichita Honor brains flew into Chanute yester also an autographed Robert of Kansas Lawrence. They were Ary chairman for the 1965 Christ Day afternoon As part of a civil Goulet album of Christmas miss Kansas Mimi Frink Law Mas Seal Campaign w. W. Wil air patrol Christmas Seal songs was presenter Gouletas flight. Recording a this Christmas i purpose of the trip was to de spend with you a is the official liver a Christmas tree to a 1965 Christmas Seal song of the tents at the Southeast Kansas National tuberculosis associate communists with tactical died Friday night when their car air support and claimed 29 Viet tuberculosis Hospital Here. The Tion. Or of southwestern Bell Tele was hit by a Santa be freight Cong killed. Tree was decorated with Christ participating in the project phone company Here. He will train in Argonia. Twelve Miles father West Bat Mas cards from every tuber cd were Kansas Beauty Queens replace John Roetzler 1016 w. 9th, who is being promoted to tales and service manager at Topeka. Roetzler had been commercial manager Here for 15 months. Prior to this promotion Myers had been business office supervisor for southwestern Bell at Wichita. He and his wife Dianna have a year old son. Brad. They have not yet taken up residence in Chanute. Weather a Mhz item Hiob in today i .55 29 Yaat Arday. 50 saturday. 29 2 year ape today. 41 i highest Thea Date Watt. A lowest this Date 1924 i relative humidity i pm .s2 barometer i . 2� to falling. Area forecast fair and a Little warmer through tuesday Low tonight 30 to 35. High tuesday 50 to 55. Renee and american Royal Queen Deborah Fowler Topeka. Miss Chanute Nicki Mcguire also a student at Kun attended the ceremonies Here yesterday As part of the welcoming delegation. Sporadic shooting continues Santo Domingo dominican Republic apr sporadic shooting continued today in various parts of Santo Domingo shaken by a violent Exchange Between dominican army regulars and former rebel fighters in Santiago 120 Miles North of Here. Heavy gunfire could be heard throughout the City Early this More executive director of the morning and sunday night but Kansas tuberculosis and health there was no report on who was association Hugh c. Bryan involved. A heavy explosion president of the association rocked the Western end of the mrs. Elizabeth Pettit publicity City at Midnight. Police said director of the association and they still Are investigating its it. Col. O. R. Anderson state origin. They were the wife and three talons of South vietnamese re children of the Argonia school Vional troopers slammed into a superintendent. C. V. Reed or. Viet Cong hideout killing 26 �?42-year-old mrs. Nellie Reed communists and destroying 30 other passengers on the plane projects officer civil air patrol. Jane aged 2, c. V. Reed jr., 7, and Janet Elaine 9. Reed was attending the a samoans and 53 buildings spokesmen reported. The attack Force also captured 12 samoans Gonia Maize basketball game in and found More than too Gre Maize. Nades and a dozen weapons. Undersheriff Jerry Wiley said with an improvement in the mrs. Reed apparently did not weather u. S. Warplanes ended see the train and drove onto the a two Dav Lull in the raids on tracks directly in front of it As North Viet Nam. Air Force f105 it travelled an estimated 70 Thunder chiefs dropped 49 tons Miles an hour. Of bombs and rockets on the seventeen persons were killed Bac can Highway Bridge 75 in traffic accidents in Missouri Miles North of Hanoi spokes Over the weekend. Two injured in car crash Topeka apr prospects Are dim for a White Christmas in most sections of Kansas the weather Bureau said today. Weatherman Tom Arnold said mild and dry weather is on tap for the next 24 to 36 hours at Humboldt Deanna Demer itt 20, of Topeka suffered a fractured jaw and other facial injuries saturday when a car she was driving was involved in a one car Accident five Miles Northwest of Humboldt on a county Road at 7 30 . Miss Demeritt was admitted to Neosho memorial Hospital in Chanute and yesterday was Tak h j a i i. In to the University of Kansas least and possibly it a a Eck f medical Center in Kansas City 80 Kan. Arnold said Garden City and her Mother mrs. Roma de Goodland reported three inches Meritt 63, of Savonburg was a of Snow on the ground this passenger in the 1962 Chevrolet morning. Dodge City two inches Sedan. She was admitted to be and Russell one. But much of this Snow was expected to melt during the Day. Maximum temperatures were expected to be around 50 today and tuesday with lows tonight from the 20s West to 30 in the East. High temperatures sunday ranged from 37 at Russell to 50 at Chanute and Wichita. I intercepted letter i dear Cha have you driven through the residential areas to View the Christmas decorations and lighting its quite a thrill. Yours nude men said. Pilots reported two spans Down a third damaged and damage to six antiaircraft positions nearby that protect the strategic Supply roue from red China. One f105 went Down after being hit by ground fire. The Pilot ejected 45 Miles South of Haiphong. North Viet names major port and was picked up by an amphibious Rescue plane. A Small u. S. Army observation plane collided with a South vietnamese single engine aircraft on a support Mission 27 Miles South of Danang killing both two Man Crews. Over the weekend u. S. Marines and army men marked the Viet Cong birthday by kill parking pay starts today enforcement of parking meter regulations in re metered and newly metered areas of town and of time Span parking limits in metered locations. Was started today by the police department. Police chief Lige Matlock said some minor problems had been encountered in marking tires for the two hour time Span limit on metered Street parking but were being worked out. Observance of the regulations appeared Good in the initial checks he said. Matlock also said arrangements have been made for traffic control lights on main to operate throughout the night hereafter rather than being turned off or put on Blinker during late night and Early morning. Purpose of the change is to help keep Speed Down in the newly marked four Lane traffic blocks. Traffic fatalities Topeka apr Kansas traffic death log 48 hours to 9 . Monday�?4 ing nearly 200 communists in december�?28 three clashes with sizeable Viet j1965�?629 Cong forces. Comparable 1964�?643 heavily armed patrols of the inter american peace Force ranged through downtown san i to Domingo. Dominican army patrols were in the Northern areas of the City. It the fighting sunday in Santi i ago left an official total of nine i dead. A dominican army spokesman said an inquiry showed the preliminary casual Paris apr France settled icy goals. He May soften his estered voters balloted a near to estimate of 13 was High. De Gaulle Winner in French election Back for More years of Gaul list today following president Charles de Gaulle a re election to another seven year term. Methods however. Record turnout. Mitterrand termed de in the run off election sunday Gaulle a Victory a a mediocre Complete returns from european France and All overseas and said he would turn his attention to the National Assem although do Gaulle s failure territories except Guiana and Bly elections in november 1967 to win on the first ballot two weeks ago gave Clear notice that his popularity had slipped almost no one expected the autocratic old Man to alter his pol polynesia gave the 75-year-old president 13,063.134, or 55.18 per cent. Leftist Francois Mitter Rand got 10.609.744. About 84 per cent of the Reg eleven Homes 3 churches in Christmas decor contest six new entries before the Midnight saturday deadline brought the total entries in the 1965 Chanute Jaycee Christmas lighting and decoration contest toll Homes and three churches. Chairman John Schultz said the contest is now closed unless More entries postmarked before Midnight last saturday Are received today. Judging by three out of town Osho memorial Hospital for treatment of cuts bruises and Shock. Trooper Eugene Stallsmith of the Kansas Highway patrol Iola investigated the Accident. Meter maid resigns Job mrs. Tom Mclaren the police departments meter maid is resigning effective Jan. 15, chief of police Lige Matlock announced today. The former Margaret Ecker mrs. Mclaren was married last week and is leaving the department to devote full time to her Home. The vacancy has not been filled Matlock said. New look for Post office contract for painting door ement and masonry teat the Post office Here has awarded to mid continent Ter proofing company fort for the lowest of nine $5,860. Announcement was made by w. A. Holloway Kan Ity regional administrator a general services admin mrs Florence Kelly Chanute postmaster said a starting Date on the project has not yet been announced but that the contract Calls for not More than 180 working Days. Repairs will include four new front doors painting the entire Interior and part of the exterior and masonry repairs on the roof and in the basement. Mrs. Kelly said. People will be done tonight. Winners and the Complete list of contestants will be announced in tomorrows Tribune. Most recent entries in the Home division Are Dorosia min near 311 e. 12th Jim Babcock 611 n. Steuben mrs. R. E. Williamson 105 n. Central and l. M. Dannenberg 1201 n. Garfield. New Church entries Are first Church of god 9th and s. Forest and first Baptist Church 118 n. Forest. Home winners will be named from each of the three divisions a North Southeast and Southwest. Main Street and the Santa be Railroad tracks will form the Boundary lines. Each of the division winners will receive framed certificates. A grand Champion will be selected from among the three division winners and will receive a plaque. The winning Church will receive the travelling trophy presently held by the evangelical United Brethren Church. Fifteen Homes and five churches were entered last year. All my he said a will be to make the legislative elections the decisive engagement which will save the Republic from the adventure into which a discounted gaullist is going to plunge de Gaulle who begins his new three runs for firemen the fire department made two runs Over the weekend and another Early today. A shed destroyed at the Floyd Byers residence 201 Denman was the Only loss. The alarm for it was received by firemen term Jan. 8. Issued no Victory yesterday. Of s is n Niv in Ranii statement from the seclusion of his estate in Eastern France. At 5 45 . Saturday the department made a run to the his supporters were overjoyed in Sherman residence. 308 in. Hat he had pulled out a com Maln. Hrey Sald the alarm fur Lable margin after his bund a was turned a re a Quot rating first round setback in due burning out inside the flue which he won Only 43.9 per cent of the vote. Of a Wood fireplace spreading Sparks but causing no damage. Today at 1 55 . A truck was 3ent to the Pearl Akers Home three and a Quarter Miles East and a mile and a half South from the Highway k39 the december meeting of Junction with the East City Lim chamber of Commerce direct its for a smoke Check. No fir tors and committee chairmen or smoke source was found will be at 8 of clock tonight in _ c of c meeting is tonight the chamber office at the memorial building. Jack Groves the chamber a new manager elect will attend. Tomorrow noon the women s division of the chamber will have a luncheon meeting at the Tioga hotel. Michell is sure Sauna Kan. A four year old Michell Duran knows for sure there is a Santa Claus. She told her neighbor mrs. Maryland Parker a a there a really a Santa asked How she knew Michell said a i pinched Humphrey honoured Kansas City. Mo., a president Johnson is trying to prove in Viet Nam that aggression does no to pay vice president Hubert h. Humphrey said sunday night. Humphrey addressed about 50c persons at a dinner at which to received the Harry s. Truman commendation award for humanitarian service. The award is made annually by the stat of Israel Bond organization. Fifteen pcs graduated class sponsor and instructor mrs. Virginia Hagenbuch Independence pinned the Chanute school of practical nursing pin on Anita Thomas pm Tribune photo by Bill junking poria class four president at the graduation exercises of the class yesterday afternoon. Fifteen members of class four were graduated from the Chanute school of practical nursing education at exercises yesterday afternoon in the senior High school auditorium. Or. Duff Wagoner first methodist Church was the speaker. School director mrs Letty Gaier presented the class to Robert we Ard president of the Neosho Junior College Board of trustees who presented the Diplo mrs. Virginia i Hagenbuch class sponsor presented school pins to each of the graduates and class president Anita Thomas Emporia gave the Nightingale pledge. The Rev. Doyle Frazier Naz Arene Church gave the invocation and Benediction. Music by the High school Juco Vocale directed by Harold Tarpley preceded or. Wagoner stalk the processional and recessional were played by the Higl school Juco orchestra conducted by Farrell Coy. Buford Fisher president of the school presided at the exercises. Graduates Are Bertha Fielding o in a Granger Shirley Granger Lois Harman. Muriel Hatton Marie Miller Katherine Mcclure Edna Mcdaniel Marilyn Melton Dorothy Misener Patty pickerill Nona Seigel. Lola Pierson Wilma Thielenhaus and Anita Thomas

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