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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1965, Chillicothe, Missouri News notes of local happenings i american legion to meet i the american legion will meet 3 at 8 Oclock tonight at the legion i Home Here today on business Faye m Grimme of Princeton is in Chillicothe today transacting business she is with the farm Home administration mrs Zosso returns i mrs Henry Zosso returned this morning from a Mont visit in in dependence in the Home of her daughter or and mrs William Crouch Logan Mason is Home Logan Mason returned Friday to his Home at 1113 Jackson Street or Mason underwent major sur i Gery at St Lukes Hospital in Kan Sas City on nov 16 new address Darrell l herring son of mrs Glen Cooper red 5 Chillicothe has recently changed his address the new address is Darrell l herring div Willard Kieth do 775 Fleet Post of i fice 1 i Here for holidays i mrs Rodger Bruns and Daugh Ter Lori Ann of Thompson i arrived during the weekend to j spend the Christmas holidays with their parents and grandparents or and mrs Robert Frith 505 Calhoun Street weekend guests or and mrs Lew Gray have re turned to their Home in Tarkio after spending the weekend with or Grays sister mrs a w cies they also visited Arthur j cies and mrs cies and mrs Mervin cies sunday guests or and mrs William Ward or i and mrs Kenneth Emery Daugh Ter Lynda and son Michael mrs Hugo Riesel daughters Robin and Penny Kay All of Sedalia were sunday guests of or and mrs Todd Homan 1315 Dorney drive on program Robin Ingraham daughter of or and mrs Victor Ingraham per formed recently at the hotel Robi Doux in St Joseph for a business mens luncheon she was a com l pained on the piano by mrs Arthur 5 Sewell of St Joseph Robin is a member of the Midland Empire in i to retainers this group appears in Missouri and surrounding states i Daniel William Crouch 1 or and mrs William Crouch Independence announce the birth of their son Daniel William on dec 1 mrs Crouch is the former miss Joanne Zosso daughter of mrs Henry Zosso or and mrs Crouch have four other children three daughters Tresa Linda and Laura and a son David Daniel will Iam weighed 7 pounds and 14 ounces Bill Condon leaves Bill Condon left today for Pon Lac after spending a few Days with his parents or and mrs William p Condon his Sis ters and other relatives and friends other weekend guests in the Condon Home were or and mrs condos son and daughter inlaw or and mrs Ivan Condon of Kansas City David Walker is Here David Walker who is stationed at Amarillo fab arrived in i Chillicothe december 3 to spend a 80day leave with his parents or j and mrs Owen Walker of red 1 Clun Teofe vol Lvi ground War slackers after bloody fight South of Danang Saigon South Viet Nam dec 13 task Force of u s marines and vietnamese troops teamed against the Viet Cong in a five Day Battle South of Danang Esti mated today ground and air strikes have killed about 000 of the red enemy action was dwindling Marine patrols moving through Hills in the que son sector found a guerrilla train ing area and some warehouses full of Gray and Black cloth obviously designed for Manu facture of the Flimsy pyjamas Many Viet Cong use As uni forms the claim about enemy casual ties was not broken Down As to direct attack artillery fire and Aerial bombing whether it would be borne out by body count remained to be seen major ground fighting elsewhere also ebbed u s briefing officers said the Viet Cong May be pulling Back to their Jungle hideouts to recover officials took considerable satisfaction at the surrender of the 22man Viet Cong platoon with 11 weapons to men of the u s 173rd airborne brigade at to Dat 60 Miles Northeast of Saigon they counted the defection As a major achievement for intelligence and psychological warfare experts and vietnamese National police who negotiated the surrender continued on Page the weather going to rain Northwest Missouri partly Cloudy tonight considerable cloudiness tuesday with occasional rain Likely Low tonight 30 to 35 North to 35 to 40 South High tuesday near 50 official temperatures saturdays maximum 69 saturdays minimum sundays maximum 63 sundays minimum today minimum 36 precipitation sunday Trace River stage rising year ago today maximum 42 minimum 23 ing Days till Chris Bead our ads daily edition Chillicothe to monday ten pages no 2ft estimate Viet Cong dead in five Day Battle court refuses to review ruling on prayer ban Washington dec 13 Hie supreme court refused today to review a ban on the voluntary recital of Nursery Type prayers by Public school students parents of 21 new York City school children had asked the court o Rule the simple nondenominational and nonsectarian prayers constitutional under the 1st amendment guarantee of Freedom of religion they appealed to the court after he circuit court in new York reversed a lower Federal Edge and upheld the ban the school principal had put on the voluntary Rayers the supreme courts refusal to act on the Case was announced in a Brief order that gave no reasons Rev Moore returns Rev Charles w Moore returned Home during the weekend from a Short business trip to Tulsa okla Friday he visited at the Christian crusade Headquarters and was an overnight guest thursday of or Bill James Hargis Friday night in spent with or g h Montgom Ery president of defenders of Christian Faith in Kansas City sunday morning and evening Rev Moore occupied the pulpit at the Baptist Temple Church in Excel Sior Springs convicted killer to get a new trial Jefferson City dec 13 the Missouri supreme court to Day granted a new trial to Douglas Wayne Thompson convicted killer of a policeman the court said it was apparent the prosecuting attorney sup pressed evidence that might have been favourable to Thompson Thompson and Sammy Tucker were convicted of killing two Cape Girardeau policemen March 10 1961 when the officers attempted to Check up on them they were both from California Tucker was executed in the mis Souri Penitentiary Gas chamber july 26 1963 chemical honorary at m u picks Gene Bates Gene Bates of Chillicothe was initiated recently into Alpha Chi Sigma National chemistry and chemical engineering fraternity he is a Junior in chemical Engi Neering at the University of mis Souri at Columbia and was one of 11 initiates Gene son of or and mrs Ken Neth Bates is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity German musicians win perform Here Missouri and Chillicothe arts councils sponsor concert of Early the Chillicothe Fine arts coun cil has announced a concert of Early music to be presented on thursday Jan 13 the group called the studio Der Pruhen Musik in English the studio of Early is from Munich Germany during the past semester the members have been artists in residence at Washington University in St Louis they perform music dating from the 12th through the 16th centuries and have been so popular Dur ing their stay in St Louis that it has been necessary to turn away 300 to 400 persons at each perform Ance their tour in Missouri will be limited As they Are returning to Germany at the end of the pres ent semester this will be their Only performance in this area this will be the second event to be cosponsored by the Missouri state Council on the arts and the Chillicothe arts Council further announcements concern ing occasion of performance Price of tickets and number of available tickets will be announced Friday of this week eight peace corps trainees still missing in Hills Manzano dec 13 an extensive search continued to Day for eight peace corps trainees missing on a fou Day hike through the rugged Manzano mountains in Central new Mexico about 40 persons participated in the search which started after the group failed to arrive at Manzano yesterday on a 30mile trek which began at Belen thursday morning another group of trainees left Belen at the same time and arrived at Manzano on schedule and a third group crossed from Man Zano to Belen without incident the hike is part of a 14week peace corps training period of the University of new Mexico in Albuquerque a University spokes Man said the trainees were in the ninth week of training Winter weather finally arrives Mercury fails to make it past 40 for second Day Chance of Snow the above Normal temperatures that prevailed during the first 11 Days of december have apparently reached an end this feeling was brought about yesterday when the Mercury failed to reach above 40 degrees after an overnight Low of 38 the More typical Winter weather has made its presence Felt Here the last two Days through cold and Cloudy weather that has seen the Mercury yet to pass the 40 Mark after saturdays record breaking 69degree Reading sunday the Mercury Rose Only two degrees from the overnight Low and today by 2 p m it had made it Only three degrees past the overnight Low Reading of 36 above Normal temperatures checking of the records showed the weather for the first 11 Days of december was the warmest on record Here in More than 20 years the lowest maximum temperature recorded at the u s government weather station was 50 on Decem Ber 6 Only once so far this month has the Mercury dipped into the teens overnight and that came on the 7th thursday and Friday mini mums were 50 and 57 degrees a very uncommon Reading for this time of year most know the weather is due for a change and a look at the five Day forecast tells one it could Hap pen this week according to the u s weather Bureau rain Snow in forecast the forecast which covers the period from tuesday through sat urday night predicts precipitation amounts ranging from 25 to 50 of an Inch falling mostly As Snow in Iowa and rain and Snow in Northwest Missouri wednesday or thursday temperatures Are expected to Range from the lower 20s to Aboul 40 degrees throughout Northwest Missouri a year ago this time Chillicothe residents had seen nearly five inches of Snow and temperatures in the teens and near Zero were not uncommon saturday girls were seen on the streets in shorts the Sun was throw ing its 69degree rays about Anc one had the impression it was May rather than december topcoats Are in order the old saying if you Are not satisfied with Missouri weather just stick around must be True no one went out yesterday unless he was wrapped up warm against the Windy 40 degree weather and today topcoats and hats were a trademark there Hast been surely the White stuff is on its Way and pleasant Days and warm gemini 7 pilots Alert still await space rendezvous no of weariness says surgeon to try gemini 6 wednesday space Center Houston Tex dec 13 gemini 7 Astro auts still vigorous and mentally Lert in the ninth Day of the Mara Hon space voyage hurtled on to Ward new endurance records today looked Forward eagerly to a wednesday rendezvous with Gem in 6 Frank Borman and James Lovell ave shown no evidence of Wear Ess despite the Long grinding exposure to their strange world of Pace or d Owen Coons a flight surgeon said today they Wake up he said respond quickly to ground com mands and make no errors in copying information relayed to hem from Earth stations they knew what they had to to and they Are going to do it we expect them to be As Good to he end space Center Houston dec 13 7s crewmen were right in the Middle of break ast As they talked with space Tenter personnel on a pass Over Houston Early today id like to give you the news but i really Haven heard said lie voice of Mission control nothing new up Here replied Navy cmdr James a Lovell gemini 7 Pilot continued on Page three that Santa Little fellow in mothers arms is delighted As he Points out a likeness of Santa Claus who going to visit him soon the girl with third Finger m Mouth contemplates Santa More solemnly the Santa was on display in the Montgomery Ward Start basement in photo Hospital auxiliary now works on nurse scholarship fund the Hospital auxiliary gift shop show Case will continue to be open from 2 to 4 in the afternoon and from to 8 in the evening until Christmas at the Chillicothe Hospital gifts for Christmas remembrances May be purchased at he shop gifts Are still Welcome for the show Case and May be left at the office at the Hospital it is through the help and co operation of friends and member that the auxiliary was Able t reach so rapidly the Purchase Price of the automatic Stretcher a if for the Hospital the group is now concentrating on a nurses scholarship Awan fund mrs Ralph Marsh treasurer re ports memberships Are still com ing in and persons interested May Send for a year membership or for a life membership message in bottle leads to a Long distance Romance Fombell England dec 13 Fowler 21 plans to Fly Miles to meet a prospective suitor who found her in a bottle Marjorie put a please write me message in a bottle she was packing at the Glass factory where she works a 26yearold pharma Cist in Perth Australia John vet tier found the message and replied the correspondence flourished and John suggested that Marjorie Fly out to meet him he forwarded 450 pounds for the plane fare lbs to White House for a Busy schedule Washington dec 13 president Johnson returned to the Iwhite House Early today for an in pensive round of conferences with foreign leaders final preparations for the new budget and More Dis Cussion of Viet Nam Johnson had been at his lbs ranch near Johnson City for 24 Days relaxing recuperating from his oct 8 operation and hold ing a series of top level policy talks on the whole Range of govern mental activity Johnson had to make final preparations for the arrival tomorrow of president Mohammed Ayub Khan of Pakistan for two Days o meetings Ayub arrived in new York yesterday enter Hospital admitted saturday to the Chillicothe Hospital for medical care were Liddie Scott 803 will iams Street Elton Rice Cowgill mrs Eugene Glick Breckenridge mrs Fred Deloughery 350 Wise Street mrs Robina Curp Cowgill was admitted for surgery admin Ted yesterday for medical car were Raymond Epperson Sumner mrs Sadie Ruddy Wheeling Rob Ert Skinner Dawn Donald Hal Breckenridge Stanley Eckert Fml Larry Page Jamesport mrs Clyde Gates red summons to Driver police issued a summons to Les Ter w Riddle 18 of 433vfc Chen Street at a m sunday charging Riddle with driving a vehicle it about Christmas shoppers had a big Day saturday Chillicothe stores were Busy places and streets were heavily populated As shoppers moved from place to place both downtown and outlying shopping areas reported one of the biggest Days of the Christmas season this picture was taken at Jackson and Locust streets about 2 the weather was beginning to change but dec 11 still it May be observed in the picture was warm enough for some girls to be downtown in shorts saturdays temperature got to 69 degrees and the lowest Reading that Day was 57 degrees a Coldiron moved in during the night and yesterday the Mercury could climb no Myrner than photo one killed nine Hurt in trocar crash Holland dec 13 woman was killed and nine per sons were injured sunday in a two car Headon crash on business route 51 in Holland killed was mrs Dorothy House 36 of Blytheville Ark she was Riding in a car driven by her Hus band James 48 House and six other passengers in his car were slightly injured Eugene Williams 45 of Tudor the Driver of the other car and his one passenger were slightly injured on concert tour with cousins Cindi and Lynelle Linton prepare for Europe Wayne Gibson was a native of Chula funeral services for Wayne Gib son 49 of Springfield were held tuesday afternoon at a funeral Home in Springfield or Gibson had been in failing health for Sev eral years or Gibson the son of Joshua and Maranda Gibson was born on August 15 1916 in Chula he re sided in Chula for several years among his survivors Are his wife mrs Alma Gibson and son Mike Gibson of the Home another son Larry Gibson of Springfield a brother Charlie Gibson of Council Bluffs a half brother Rudy Gibson of Baxter Springs a sister mrs Adolph Sayer of Chillicothe two half Sisters mrs Clara Moore and mrs Mae Walker of Kansas City and two nephews minor Gibson of Chula and Robert Sayer of Meadville burial was in the National cemetery in Springfield mrs Adolph Sayer of this City Kobert Sayer of Meadville and or and mrs minor Gibson of Chula attended the services rites for Gray infant held this afternoon memorial services for Terry Lynn Gray 6monthold son of Law rence Gray and Shirley Sipes Gray were held at 2 Oclock this afternoon at the Chapel of the Norman funeral Home Terry Lynn died unexpected Early Satur Day morning at the Chillicothe hos Pital the Rev t a White conducted the services interment was in Edgewood cemetery hit on Washington a 1955 Oldsmobile driven by Shirley Reeter 805 Broadway was bumped from behind by a 1965 Chevrolet Sedan driven by Ruby Garlick red 4 in an Accident in the 100 Block of Washington Street at p m saturday police said mrs Reeter stopper for a truck that stopped in front of her and that the Garlick car Slid into the Chevrolet there were minor scratches to the rear bumper 01 better or miss Cindi Linton of Chillicothe and her Cousin miss Lynelle Lin on Are among 88 members of the University of Iowa symphony band who have begun intensive practice and preparation for a concert tour of Europe next Spring Cindi and Lynelle were named it the end of november by prof Frederick c ebbs to the group of top University musicians who will serve As cultural ambassadors n the tour under sponsorship of the United states department of state Cindi is the daughter of or and mrs Harold Linton of Chillicothe s a Junior and plays Flat Clari net Lynelle is a freshman and plays flute she is the daughter if or and mrs Stanley s Lin ton 1035 Oak Street Oshkosh and granddaughter of or and mrs Rnest Harvey and or and mrs j e Linton the Linton also Are grandparents of Cindi will leave in february scheduled to leave the Iowa City Campus in mid february for a 3 month stay abroad the band will prepare at least three and possibly our completely different concert programs for presentation in eur Ope this will make possible the playing of different concerts when he group makes As Many As three appearances in one City and also will permit the adapting of pro rams to special musical interests of countries in which the band will perform the u of i band members now Are attending sectional rehearsals to afternoons and several evenings a week in addition to three afternoon rehearsals weekly for the entire group after Christmas the Jand will rehearse daily and after examination week the end of Jan uary the musicians will spend rom 58 hours daily in rehearsals until they Kave for Europe state department officials will come to the u of i Campus for several briefing sessions in which hey will prepare the students for their Mission to increase under standing and friendliness Between the United states and people they will meet abroad to Wear Matching for their travels the u of i students will Wear Navy Blue Blaz ers bearing a red White and Blue Emblem on the breast pocket Abou four inches in diameter the Emblem carries the words unite states cultural presentations and symbols of the cultural program sponsored by the state department abroad with the blazers men in the band will Wear trousers of Cambridge Gray Wool Serge coeds will Wea skirts of the same material fashioned from a Woolen fabric in weft it a bib Muti Tol and wrinkles the travel uniforms re being supplied by the state department for concert appearances men in the band will Wear the groups Sigular formal concert uniforms dark Navy Blue whip Ord coeds n the group Are having uniform Wop Ece dresses of Black Wool Sursey made for tour concerts making sure that instruments and equipment reach concert Halls n ample time for programs has Een one of the biggest problems Cindi Linton f other touring music groups from he United states professor ebbs ays in an Effort to smooth the Way for his band he has conferred with the directors of four groups which have made state depart men sponsored univer Ity of Michigan symphony band he Cleveland orchestra the Ober in College choir and the Eastman school of music orchestra equipment takes m trunks instruments equipment and Una orms will take up approximately 50 trunks for the trip professor continued on Pace Eluee laugh it off this is the Way its

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