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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Chillicothe, Missouri News notes of local happenings 1866 101 years of service to Chillicothe and this area 1967 Home from vacation or and mrs Dale Frizzell and daughters Diana and Dana have returned from a week vacation in Colorado Wyoming and s Dakota lb010nnaires to meet an important meeting of the american legion will be held at 8 Oclock tonight at the legion Hall All members Are asked to be pres ent visited f c Lang or and mrs Charles Lang and daughter Susan of Essex visited sunday with or langs father Frank c Lang a patient at the Chillicothe Hospital guests from St Louis or and mrs Joe Gombas and children Joey and Chris of St Louis have arrived for a visit with mrs Gombas Mother mrs Faye Tye and uncles Joe Dayton and Frank Dayton condition unchanged or and mrs Ben Parks strand hotel returned during the week end from a three Day visit with their grandson Franklin Parks a patient at the veterans administration Hospital at Wadsworth Kan Franklins condition remains unchanged Western vacation or and mrs l e Mcdonnal have returned from a vacation spent in the southwestern states Colorado Arizona Utah new mex Ico Texas and Oklahoma were states visited or resumed his work today with the Morrow lumber co the Haskamp return mrs Thomas Haskamp 414 me chanic Street returned sunday from a two week visit in Glasgow and Fayette with relatives or Haskamp who has been with the Marshall unit of the National guard in training for two weeks at Camp Hipley also returned during the weekend the Phillipss return or and mrs Vern Phillips o 1649 Springhill Street have returned after a 2week vacation in Spring Field where they were guests of mrs Phillips sister mrs Charles Turner or Turner and daughters Jan Nancy and Jen Nifer they also toured washing on and other places of in Terest in the East they were accompanied Home by their son Steve who had been visiting the Turners or Phillips returned this morning to his position a gambles mrs Phillips was on vacation from the Constitution Tribune Back from West coast or and mrs Roger Vanderpool and mrs John Regan have re turned from a three week vacation a California they visited mrs regans sister mrs David Hul and family in san Bernardino John Lawler and family in Covina or and mrs Tom Nathe in san More on Page 4 column 4 two injured in crash on u s 36 West of Here two Moberly persons were injured in an Accident six Miles Wes of Chillicothe on 36 at sunday morning brought to the Chillicothe Hospi Tal bythe Chillicothe coach an ambulance were mrs Ruby Heer Man 57 who suffered a broken right wrist and possible Shock Otto August Schultz 64 who was treated for a laceration to his High leg and a nose injury they were passengers in a 1966 Chevrolet driven by Irvin Heer Man 66 of Moberly the patrol reported that Heerman was following a westbound 196 Ford driven by William Gene Max Well 39 of Chillicothe the Max Well car was attempting a left turn when the Heerman car started to pass there was moderate damage to the left rear of the Maxwell Ca and extensive damage to the fron of the Heerman car which a towed from the scene by a lion Berger wrecker the weather Light showers Northwest a Ligouri partly Cloudy today and tonight with Chance of Wodtly scattered southeasterly winds 10 to 15 Miles today except Strong and Guity in the v i c i n 11 y of thundershowers partly Cloudy tuesday High today mar 80 Low tonight 60s official temperatures saturdays maximum 83 saturdays minimum sundays 83 sundays minimum 54 today minimum 59 precipitation p m none River stage stationary year ago today maximum 02 vol Viii daily edition Chillicothe to 64601 monday August 14 1967 eight pages no co owner is in burglars take loot at Slater jewelry store in Florida thieves went through the roof and sawed a Hole in the ceiling last night to Rob a jewelry store in North Miami which is owned by two Brothers and former Chilli cot Heans George and Fred Slater Fred Slater was informed of the robbery this morning he is presently Here to visit other Slater Brothers Charles and Russell of Chillicothe and Bill of Ludlow missing according to George Slater Are watches Gold jewelry charms rings and bracelets valued at Between and the extent of the loss was not known however As it had not been established As yet whether the burglars had entered the stores Safe which contained diamonds and other valuables the Knob had been broken off the Safe and a broken screwdriver was found in its place George Slater said he didst know if this happened As the thieves were at tempting to open it or in the proc Ess of closing it he was to Call in an expert later this morning to open the Safe the burglary was actually three weeks Fred Slater said Here today he explained that North Miami police received an Anonymous Telephone Call three weeks ago that a jewelry store in North Miami is to be robbed police kept a close watch on the cites stores that night but nothing happened Slater added the store the Slater jewelry is located at 771 be North Miami Fred 125th St in Slater also has a store in downtown Miami negro March goes on after five White men Are shot handicapped learn crafts at Camp Rainbow Craft activities which give the handicapped individual a sense of achievement were stressed at Camp Rainbow for exceptional children which concluded its fifth annual season saturday at Crow Der state Park Trenton campers including patients of the state school and hospitals in the above photographs work at Craft activities under the guidance of Counselor who were among the 65 persons who served As Volun Teers in the Camp program campers 16 years and older were enrolled in the Camp from wednes Day afternoon until saturday morn ing the 70 older campers were preceded by 65 campers from Ages 7 to 16 who attended Camp rain Bow from monday morning until wednesday afternoon Andy Jones of Chillicothe was director of the Camp Camp workers from Chillicothe were Bob Skinner Cathy Stark Cathy Bingham David Campbell Jim Wood Gloria Sutherland Vicki Babb Linda crush John Banks mrs Ross Peniston mrs Don Clinefelter Debbie Lucast mrs Andy Jones Earle Teegarden or and mrs Virgil Hallenberg Richard Hallenberg Peggy Adams and Joanne by Richard Hallenberg Somerville find japanese to be Friendly cultured and Busy planes strike within a mile of red China Border hit roil line leading to Hanoi encounter Only Light resistance Saigon War planes struck for the second straight Day today at targets just 10 Miles from red chivas Border closer to China than the air raids on North Vietnam Ever had come before sunday the command said their attacks were along the major Railroad from red China to Hanoi Navy a6 intruders and a4 sky Hawks from the Carrier Constella Tion in the Tonkin Gulf raked the Lang son Railroad bypass Bridge 63 Miles North of Haiphong pilots reported dropping the Southern Span of the 36foot four Span Struc Ture a military spokesman said the Bridge is half a mile East of the Lang sen Railroad and Highway Bridge which was knocked out in raids near the chinese Border Sun Day the Navy said the Bridge was one of two bypass Bridges being built by the North vietnamese at Lang sen to link with the major rail line other Navy pilots from the Constellation hammered a rail siding South of Lang sen and pilots said they Cut the tracks in several places the pilots reported they encountered Only Light antiaircraft fire no planes were reported lost in the latest raids but the com Mand announced that in saturdays 151 attacks on the North an f105 thunderchief and an rf4c recon Naissance plane were shot Down by ground fire All three crewmen were listed As missing this brought to 641 the total of announced warplane losses Over North Vietnam As the air War came closer to communist China in what appeared to be a lifting of some tar get restrictions by president John son Sharp ground fighting flared in South Vietnam Northern 1st corps area elements of the 1st brigade of the 101st airborne division starting operation Benton ran in Arrow Rock trip for unday school class the members of the daily Dis Isles sunday school class of the first Christian Church were enter aimed yesterday by their teach r John Irvin and mrs Irvin the group went to Arrow Rock to attend the play what every Wom n knows at the lyceum theater hey had dinner at the Arrow Rock in members present were or and ills Jim Hooker or and mrs Jill Maupin or and mrs Carl corf or and mrs Lee gifts mind mrs John 0 Fox mrs Chet Japan has a bustling Economy and its people Are exceedingly Friendly senator and mrs Ronald l Somerville observed during their recent trip to the far East it is not a professional cordial Ity they Are extremely Friendly and they Are a very cultured peo or Somerville said he would be expected not to Rush into such an observation of the peo ple of Japan since the no senator was a Navy Pilot in world War ii and was shot Down Over the Jap anese Island of Kyushu and res cued from the Waters of a Jap anese Bay the Somerville were with a party of More than 100 on a tour arranged through the St Louis county bar association 21 million and labor shortage they left Kansas City and flew the Northern route to Japan four or five Days were spent in the to Kyo area and or Somerville Points out that Tokyo la the largest City in the world he said the 10 million there Are joined on every work Day by 11 million More who commute into their City and their jobs yet oddly enough Tokyo has a labor the senator said the Somerville stayed in the new Otani hotel a Beautiful hotel that was built at the time of the olympic games from Tokyo they Rode japans Bullet train to Osaka a distance of around 450 Miles a Beautiful modern train with spacious seating it averages 140 Miles an hour they have hostesses similar to those of the airlines they serve meals have Telephone service and secretarial services if they had trains like that in the United states then would be lots of train the senator commented from Osaka they went to Kyoto the old capital of Japan they found this a City of More than 1 million people and seeped in Jap anese tradition there Are thou Sands of shrines with japanese lawyers judges while in Kyoto the group had a session with the president and members of the Kyoto bar association As Well As with members of the japanese judiciary they observed a criminal trial in Progress and had a discussion session with Kyoto lawyers and judges the senator said there Are Only lawyers in Japan and noted that Kyoto with a population of million people to serve has Only 187 schools were just starting their vacation and shrines and were alive with children or Somerville said that English is a required course in japanese schools and that children often would come up to them and politely inquire if they could practice their English with them after several Days in Kyoto they went on to Hong Kong no incidents in Hong Kong every Day newspapers carry accounts from Hong Kong about bombings and various communist inspired incidents but the Amer ican group had no personal encounters with incidents several times they saw disturbances ahead i which Case the americans Sim ply avoided them mrs Somerville made a trip to the red chinese Border and was within a Hundred Yards of it the British have done an excellent Job with the situation in Hong the senator said when something they if move in and do whatever is Neces sary they Are real firm and the sentences you read in the papers Are the senator said Many Ameri cans have financial interests in the City of Hong Kong he said they spent several evenings with a Busi Nessman from Bolivar who has an artificial Flower factory in Hong Kong has the Flowers manufactured there then ships them to the United states for Sale the Chillicothe Vansand others flew Back by the great Circle route stopping at Tokyo Only Long enough for refuelling then flying on to Seattle More on Page 4 column 1 relative of local persons has a top role at starlite miss Judith Hastings of Martins ferry who is a Cousin of mrs Paul Smith and mrs Bob Staton of Chillicothe and Wallace kill of Springfield formerly of this City will play the part of Lois Lane and will sing Soprano in the starlite theatre production of which begins tonight and runs through August 20 miss Hastings has had parts in the Broadway productions of Camelot and what makes Sam my or and mrs Paul Smith and or and mrs Jim Baldwin will go to Kansas City wednesday night to attend the performance miss Hastings will arrive in Chillicothe August 21 to spend a few Days As guest of or and mrs Paul Smith or and mrs Bob Sta ton and or and mrs Jim Baldwin county Talent Winner Lou ise Perry has been invited to sing at the showmen Arena at the mis Souri state fair at shows sponsored by the Missouri muralist Louise 14yearold daughter of or and mrs Joe Ray Perry was judged the Best in both Junior and senior divisions of the Livingston county fair this qualified he for auditions for the Ted Mac Amateur show however it a Learned that these auditions of the state fair were already Ove for this year and Livingston county was assured that Louise there fore had qualified for next year Ted Mack auditions miss Perry will be notified of the time she 1 to entertain in the showmen Arena photo jousts miss Ellen Snipes and mrs Leon Deines and and mrs Bob Stone or or olice Check three accidents Driver escapes injury when Van Rolls Over at City intersection a 1967 Van came to rest on its of following a collision with a 1967 pickup at a m today at the intersection of Sunset and Webster police said the Van driven by Leonard v Rusco of 602 Peacher received extensive damage and the pickup which was driven by Rob Ert a Staton of 1720 Polk was damaged about the front end officers said Staton was travel no South on Sunset and Rusch was going West on Webster when the to vehicles collided in the inter Section neither Driver was reported to Lave been injured sunday afternoon at two cars were damaged in an Accident at the intersection of Sunset and Calhoun investigating officers reported hat a 1958 Chevrolet driven by Henry d Zimmer of 630 Chicago was travelling North on Sunset and 1966 Chevrolet driven by Tom Barnhart of 1588 Calhoun was going West on Calhoun there was damage to the front of the Zimmer car and to both sides of the Barnhart car which was knocked into a Telephone pole following the collision at saturday afternoon a 1962 Mercury being backed on the Park ing lot of the Shamrock Motel by Earl Calbreath of 1127 Jackson struck a 1967 Chevrolet pickup driven by Joselyn Churchill of 427 Webster Julia Lucast is Back from Camp pin Oak Julia Lucast daughter of or and mrs j s Lucast 1200 Sunset has returned from just completing a two week camping session at Camp pin Oak Lake of the Ozark state Park the heart of Missouri girl scout Council established Camp the sessions closing banquet and ceremony were held aug 12 Dur ing the banquet special recognition was Given to campers who completed girl scout proficiency badges red Cross swimming courses outstanding canoeist and Row boaters Cabins and units Dis playing outstanding outdoor House keeping skills during the two week period Louisiana governor is Biller promises Penitentiary Lor some Hammond la group of 20 negro marchers strode off today on the fifth Day of their planned 105mile March from Bogalusa to a ton Rouge following a shoot ing episode in which five White men wounded and 12 negroes arrested leaders of the March denied that any of the walkers were involved in the shooting which occurred when negroes shouting we want Beer fired at Whites blocking the Way to a tavern Here sunday night gov John Mckeithen told a newsman that the March leaders have now accomplished part of their purpose they have gotten some people shot and they Are go ing to have some people put in the that what they set out to the governor said in Baton Rouge which is about 45 Miles due West of Hammond when they come Here sunday if they violate the Law in their speeches or in their de Meanor they Are going to join those already in the March is scheduled to end with a protest demonstration on the Steps of the Capitol sunday mounted state troopers escorted the marchers today As they left the grounds of a negro school where they spent the night the arrested negroes were rounded up in raids on bars at nearby Covington before Dawn no charges have been filed col Thomas d Burbank state director of Public safety Rushet from Baton Rouge and said of those jailed had taken part Sun Day in the Bogalusa civil rights liberation March which stopped Here for the night in route to the state capital but they Haven been regular said sheriff Tom san Ders of Tangipahoa Parish i say they were curiosity archers a z Young Leader of the March denied any of his followers were involved he said All of our people were the wounded men were Hospi talked in Hammond authorities at the Hospital refused to give their condition col Ray heard of the state crime Laboratory gave parafin tests to the arrested negroes to determine if they had fired weapons recently sixty five state troopers armed with riot guns guarded the negro marchers who camped for the nigh at a school streets of Hammond were deserted in the predawn hours by the atmosphere was taut Burbank indicated he would try to Escor the marchers out of the area be fore their scheduled 1 Depar Ture about 10 marchers slept in the Ballpark of Greenville Park High school a negro school inside a ring of cars drawn together like covered wagons of the old West arc lights illuminated the area shortly before Dawn All but 2 left in cars for Bogalusa Young said those who remained woul continue the trek White witnesses to the shooting said there was a racial Brawl a the combination bar and service tation the Riverside inn earlier the evening they said a Nero who was refused service used and struck a White Man and Ivas beaten and kicked unconscious sheriff Sanders said 11 negroes Ater returned to the bar demand no Beer they were told they would be served outside he said when several Whites blocked the door said Sanders the negroes opened fire then fled to two cars Landers said the negroes had two Stols and a Shotgun shortly after the shooting a Crew of furious Whites gathered at he inn some were armed a sheriffs Deputy said he persuaded hem to go Home officers found two abandoned autos believed used by the negroes and discovered a revolver 22caliber automatic pistol and sawed off Shotgun inside state troopers arrested a negro irl near the scene of the shooting she told officers she got out of the a before the negroes went to the a because she didst want to be involved troopers said she identified All of the assailants seven Hurt by traffic in month no fatalities in 18 july accidents says Highway patrol report there were no fatal accidents in Livingston county in july and Only seven persons were reported to have suffered injuries according to the Missouri state Highway patrols report for last month troop h Headquarters at St Joseph said there were 18 accidents on county roads and highways out Side Chillicothe they injured seven persons and caused an Esti mated property damage Livingston record for the first seven months of the year shows four persons killed and 76 injured in a total of 102 traffic accidents property damage totalled two persons killed last week on route 170 Northwest of Chillicothe raised the death toll in Livingston county to six for the year in the 15 Northwest Missouri counties of troop h last month eight persons died and 146 were injured in 198 accidents the count for the first seven months of the year shows accidents 39 per sons killed and 940 injured other counties traffic statistics for june Caldwell five accidents two injured Daviess 17 accidents six injured Grundy 11 accidents one killed 12 injured Harrison 21 accidents one killed 12 injured Mercer 11 accidents four injured laugh it off could you recommend a Nice wine to kill the taste of a Burnt roast legion auxiliary Board meeting is changed the time and place of a special meeting of the incoming executive Board of the american legion auxiliary has been changed miss Ann Stewart president elect announced today the meet ing has been changed to o clock thursday aug 17 at the Courtesy room of the citizens National Bank committee chairmen in addition to the executive Board Are also expected to be present tires Are Cut Robert Loos of 1405 Clay reported to police this morning that the rear tires on his 1967 Pontiac had been damaged by a Sharp instrument or a knife while it was parked at bit attend scout event at Camp Geiger ten Chillicothe boy scouts were among the 350 who attended the an Nual Pony express Council Mico say pow wow at Camp Geiger St Joseph during the weekend fifty were there from the Mahaska District the Chillicothe group pictured above includes front Row left to right Mike Clcklin Jamie Goas David Gilstrap Scott Lindsey and George Beau mood Row left to right Dennis Savage Steve fair David Watson Gehrig Colsman and Mike Putnam this is the honorary camping t piety of scouting and there we work on authentic Indian and dances the Paw wow began saturday morning and continued until sunday noon with a burp services sunday morning Bui Watson of strict

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