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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Chillicothe, Missouri News notes of local happenings Taylor girls Here misses Candy and Judy Taylor of Sedalia Are visiting their grand Mother mrs Maude Mclean of the Lambert hotel and with friends the walkers in Trenton or and mrs Irvin Walker of 1701 Bryan spent yesterday in Trenton with mrs walkers Mother mrs Walter Axtell miss Stewart is guest miss Anne Stewart of Enid has arrived to spend the holidays with her brother and sister inlaw atty and mrs Joseph d Stewart of this City first child or and mrs Bob George of St Joseph announce the birth of their son Todd Allen dec 19 mrs George is the former miss Judy Mitchell daughter of or and mrs Rex Mitchell red 5 Chillicothe saturday visitors mrs Verna Reich Overland Park and or and mrs James Egnor and sons of Kansas City visited saturday with friends mrs Reich formerly resided in Chillicothe the Vadnais family visits or and mrs Jerry Vadnais and daughters Cindy Becky and Deb Bie of were Sun Day guests in the Home of mrs All parking meters free in Chillicothe until january 3 Lvi daily edition Chillicothe to monday december 20 1965 twelve pages no disclosure of Viet Norn peace feelers brews storm Vadnais parents Lawrence Bills or and mrs the schaffers return mrs Fred Schaffer and Daugh Ter left from Kansas City yester Day for their Home in Luthersville after visiting for several Days with or and mrs s a Altman of 702 Washington the Bob Burtons visit or and mrs Bob Burton of Olathe spent the weekend with mrs Burtons parents or and mrs Raymond Stevenson of Meadville and or Burtons father Paul Burton of Chillicothe Home from Fayette among the Central methodist College students Home for the holi Days Are Danny fair Rick Banks Vicki Copple Anita Jones Linda Keeley Delores Nibarger Pat Phillips Lorna Telaneus and car Ole White mrs Murphys guests leave or and mrs Frank Conoyer or and mrs Jack Viege Neier and mrs a e Boersig returned saturday to their Homes in St Peters after spending several Days with mrs Robert Murphy of 444 Jackson Street award to mrs Messinger mrs Ferris Messinger of Laredo was awarded a personal sales award plaque by the Amway corp Ada presented to distributors who attain a High sales goal presentation was at a District Christmas party at the shelter House in Wheeling wintering in Texas or and mrs Willard Shelby have arrived in Texas and will be Home for the Winter at 1704 n Adkins drive Harlingen Tex in route they spent a few Days in Rio Hondo with miss Bess Mize since arriving in Harlingen they have met some Livingston count ians from Hale James Stewart promoted James Stewart of St Joseph spent the weekend with his parents or and mrs Donald Stewart 1125 Washington Street James is a sales supervisor for the j c Penny company store in the new East Hills shopping Center at St Joseph he is a management continued on Page the weather administration would have preferred to have negotiations secret Washington dec 20 Johnson administration found itself caught up today in a Stormy dispute Over its publication of correspondence reporting and prob ing a conditional peace offer from communist North Viet Nam the storm overshadowed the Central question whether Hanoi had in fact made an authentic approach for a settlement on its own terms and might yet respond to a quest for clarification of conditions in it the secrecy covers were torn from the incident last Friday afternoon after the St Louis Post dispatch reported that a new peace offer from Hanoi had been rejected by the United states amid denials from Hanoi that any peace feeler had been sent or Giorgio la Pira former mayor of Florence and a left Wing Chris Tian Democrat one of the principal intermediaries in the affair insisted the offer had been made his travelling colleague prof Mario Primicerio accused Secre tary of state Dean Rusk of sabotaging the bid later the 24yearold linguist de Nied the accusation but the journalist who interviewed him the quote was Correct state department officials Call ing the charge outrageous said the publication was forced by con Cern for what they contended was a partially erroneous account which had already become Public Arthur j Goldberg ambassador to the United nations Ani another who played the role of go Between said sunday the administration would have preferred t carry on this discussion in priv Acy but was faced with a Crisi of Confidence with the Public North Viet Nam itself denounced the whole thing saturday As a Hoa and in effect denied that a Peac probe had been made Tokyo dec 20 Chou Menlai of communist Chin declared today there is no othe continued on Page four plow and tractor go with them on visit when or and mrs j Hyl ton Abbey of red 2 Trenton went visiting they took along equipment to be helpful they put a tractor in their truck and the plow in a trailer behind them and drove More than 100 Miles to the Home of their son Leland Abbey who lives North of Corning la so besides having a Nice 10 Day visit with their son and daughter inlaw and the four g r a n d c Hildren the abbeys helped with the fall blowing then they loaded up the tractor and plow and trucked on Home again returning Fri Day rotarians at army kettles collect thirty five members of the rotary club manned the salvation army christinas kettles saturday and contributions for the Day were listed at by capt Norman Chase army corps officer the two kettles Are on the East and West sides of the Square the salvation army still is Short of the required in funds needed for supplying Christmas food baskets capt Chase said As of this afternoon had been donated As a result of the army Christmas Appeal to one injured in three City accidents vehicles hit at second and Washington 421 914 Calhoun St two cars were damaged in a collision at second and washing on streets at 8 Oclock this morn ing police said a 1964 Oldsmobile Sedan driven by Donald Saale 42 of 304 eleventh Street was stopped or another car to make a left turn and was struck from the rear Joy Robinson 20 of 309 Vine Street Driver of the car that hit Saale was Given a summons charging careless driving there was damage to the front Grill Radiator and a fender of the Robinson car a 1965 Ford Sedan and to the rear bumper and trunk of the Saale car j a Duncan 70 Hale was Back ing a 1966 Falcon Sedan in front of 914 Calhoun Street at saturday and bumped a parked car there was damage to the right rear fender of the Duncan car and to the right Tail Light and a fender of a 1963 Dodge Sedan be longing to John 0 Fox 27 of 1025 Locust Street vehicles driven by Charles Steele of 916 Jefferson Street and George Seiberling red 2 collided at 421 Washington Street at saturday there was damage to the right Side of the Steele car a 1964 Ford and to the left front and a rear door of the 1960 Chevrolet Sedan driven by Seiberling Many tour City to see Yule lighting hundreds of residences proclaim season with outdoor displays Many cars were on tour last night As residents took to the out doors to View the hundreds of Chillicothe Homes and business places decorated with Christmas lighting it was a Good weekend for it As probably the most of the seasonal lighting that will be on display is now in place Many More residents will tour the City from now through the holidays the West Clay Street area where Christmas lighting really got its Start in Chillicothe a number of years ago is Bright As usual particularly in the Clay Street Park area and West other sections of the West part of the Street Bryan Polk Calhoun Jansen Lambert Borden Oak drive and others have Many Bright lights and there Are Many festively decorated Resi Dences on the East Bur Nam Road Elmdale Bridge Clay and others to name Only a few there Are Many unusually attractive doors the City has several outdoor nativity scenes again this year these include the first presbyterian Church state training school for girls the live scene on the West astronauts review conditions found on Leighly Fng Blind or nearly Blind members of the brighter Day club Are guests of Hon or at a party every month the activity was started a year or so ago and brighter Day regular meetings Are held at the methodist Church on the second Friday of each month their Christmas party was at the first Christian Church last week the Bizzy Belles Extension club has taken on brighter Day As a project and will Supply refreshments for the group throughout 1966 mrs Carroll Beemer is Bizzy Belles president and serving on the Christmas refreshment sherbet punch and mrs j r Kinsella mrs Paul Woodward mrs Dale Arnold and mrs Bob Goss pictured counterclockwise around the table Are mrs Tomma Hayen and mrs Bertha James both of Wheeling mrs b e u 1 a h Thompson there to help a mrs Fred Hein mrs Victoria Stockwell mrs Hattie Bashford mrs Eliza Beth Eckert mrs Orville Ralston and mrs Cora Post All of Chillicothe mrs Alice Bauer and mrs Alleyene Shipley of the county welfare office also were photo confinement Wen complaint food also became objectionable Cape Kennedy dec 20 astronauts Frank Borman and James a Lovell who sailed far enough during their two la space to make 10 round trips the Moon begin three Days of med ical checks Here today to determine what Rigours space travel has m Man people who talked with the Astro old their main 14day flight was the confine food on Board the spacecraft some of it dehydrated get to Damn and somewhat objectionable toward the Jed of the flight the Beer and radio Are stolen from regers Beer and possibly a radio were taken from regers beverage shop 609 Jackson Street last night police officers Jack Dickerson and Henry Keith were on patrol when they found a West window broken at the package shop the radio was listed As an Arvin and valued at parking lot of Church and one the methodist in a Home the second floor Balcony of the Resi Dence of or and mrs Bill Gibson Polk and Locust streets the Junior senior High school again has a Large Bac lighted window display from the Art room on the second floor of the Junior High building this May be seen from Polk Street or the drive Back of the school Walter Miller instructor said the work was done by students of the Are ii class most of them seniors pictured Are Santa Claus in a rocking chair and on either continued on Page four fair weather ahead Northwest Missouri fair tonight and tomorrow continued mild Low tonight 28 to 34 High tomorrow in lower sos official temperatures saturdays maximum 44 saturdays minimum sundays maximum 45 sundays minimum 22 today minimum precipitation p none River stage falling year ago today 37 minimum 16 oni Dohs Christmas programs Are wednesday at is both senior and Junior highs plan assemblies assemblies for both Junior and senior High students will be held wednesday morning in the auditorium of Chillicothe High school the chs mixed chorus directed by Gerald Schmidt will give the program for the senior High As Sembly which will be from Oclock to 10 the Junior High program Wil be from to and Wil begin with music by the seventh Grade chorus with or Schmid As director a Christmas a 1act play by Paul t Nolan Wil be presented by the eighth Grad dramatics class mrs Barbara guile is the director there will be Christmas Carol ing in the hallways of the Junior senior High buildings wednesday afternoon Santa Claus with a bag full o stick Candy is expected to pay a visit senior High principal Georgi p Newbolt announced Winter comes tuesday mild weather to stay Kansas City dec 20 Winter comes to Missouri tuesday with a forecast of continued mile weather the shift from the fall season comes tomorrow at tomorrow will be mostly Sunn and mild with highs in the sos i the Northwest and from 44 to 53 in the rest of the state the Low this morning was 19 at Maryville for the next five Days tempera Tures Are expected to average 4 to 10 degrees above Normal with Little or no precipitation communist terror mounts in Saigon youths and War veterans both take part see no attempt to seize City Saigon South Viet Nam dec 0 a Viviet Cong ranging from Youthful saboteurs in Saigon to Bat Lehard ened battalions in the coun reside Are tightening a noose of error around Saigon the threat at present is mostly psychological but a massive Ter ror Campaign May be near for the capital which has escaped much of the brutality of the War despite repeated terrorist acts no Viet Cong military attempt to seize the City is expected High officials in Washington and Saigon have focused sharply on the recent Campaign of terror in Sai gon which began with the bombing dec 4 of the Metropole hotel a and Allied Billet a series of incidents since led to a dusk Odawn curfew for servicemen in Saigon concern is High now because the current terror Campaign obviously is geared to the fifth anniversary of the National liberation front political Arm of the Viet Cong inside the City Are four known Viet Cong commando units the 65th 67th 158th and 159th they probably total less than 300 per sons recent intelligence reports Indi Cate that two Viet Cong battalions also have moved into the area just South of Saigon it seems unlikely that the Viet Cong would try to take physical Possession of the City since they do not have the military Organiza Tion to Back up such a move their i Landrun tactics Are expected to remain unchanged forces guarding Saigon against communist terrorist attacks on the r love s5 84 Walter k Irand Thomm p Ford All remarked How easy twas to see through each others Craft windows while they police Chase Driver to Avalon Junction Chillicothe police took after a Motorist they said was travelling at a High rate of Speed on South Washington Street at yesterday and pursued him South on Highway 65 to the Avalon Junction there they ticketed Paul r Stegmaier 18 of Hale for a police court appearance charging Iii with speeding officers said they travelled at speeds up to 100 Miles an hour while in Pursuit of Stegmaier was Erhard and Obj Start two Days of talks Chancellor wants nuclear Aid for West Germany Washington dec 20 West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard and president Johnson opened two Days of talks today with the emphasis on Germany efforts to gain a Large role in Europe nuclear defences the germans have no nuclear weapons and rely on the North Atlantic treaty organization at a deterrent against what Erhard has said Are Middle Range soviet missiles aimed at Western Europe Erhard was expected to present a plan for expanded control of those nuclear weapons now in West Ern Europe the Erhard envisaged Force As understood in Washington would be a Fleet of american and British submarines equipped with Polaris missiles and jointly owned by interested nations at the outset this probably would include the United states Britain West Germany Italy and the Netherlands twee As Bright As the Star Sirius when he was apr wife my it and Schirra and Stafford indicated that rendezvous easier than they thought Washington dec 20 head of the u s Mains Pace pro Gram thinks americans my land on the Moon before the decade ends said or George e Mueller should be Able to carry out the lunar Landing before the end of 1969 if All goes Well Mueller is associate Adeliris Tefr Tor of the National aeronaut Toi and space administration anniversary of the Cit Cong beat off a company size enemy band ast night five Miles outside the capital near a vital fuel and am munition dump the City limits heard the rattle f Small arms fire and the rumble f artillery Caps Kennedy triple barrelled air Force Titan 3 is scheduled to kick four separate satellites into an orbit More than Miles above the Equator tuesday to Climax one of space the most Complex unmanned missions Ever planned Riding on the nose of the three legged Booster the nations most powerful rocket now in use will of two experimental communications satellites a satellite which win study activities of the Sun and a fourth satellite for Ham radio operations liftoff is scheduled for 8 a be Cost woman uses gasoline to Burn herself to death los Angeles dec 20 67yearold woman apparently died instantly when she walked into a restroom in a Venice service Sta Tion drenched her clothes with gasoline and then set herself afire police said today officers said the victim was Charlotte Forrest who lived in a rest Home for the elderly a note was found in her charred purse after the incident sunday asking that her body be Given to a big new roller for the Chillicothe Street department was delivered last week the roller a 5to 8ton Model purchased from a Kansas City firm is shown in the top photo the former roller used by the City a 3vfeton Model was traded in it is shown in the lower photo the 1961 Model Street roller was purchased for with Trade in Atlee Mumpower said the new roller should adequately handle All City Street photos mrs Tom Haun arrived mrs Tom Haun of Chilhowee arrived wednesday to spend the Christmas holidays with her son inlaw and daughter or and mrs Robert Eisaman and her grand children Ronnie Donna Sandy and Linda of 1305 Burnam Road they will be joined on Christmas eve by or Haun and by mrs Wisa mans brother j r Haun Anc mrs Haun also residents of Chii Howee Christmas dinner for City police firemen members of the fire department police department and other City officials met in the City Hall auditorium yesterday for a Christmas dinner employees of the fire and police departments were in charge of the dinner with members of the City Council attending As guests a covered dish dinner was served members of the City Council pres ent were mayor Frank Lang City councilmen Larry Dayton Roy Baldwin and John Anderson auxiliary firemen also attended teenage couple found dead in boys car Anaconda dec 20 a bodies of a teenage boy and girl were found today inside the boys car three Miles Southwest of Anaconda in Franklin county Missouri Highway patrolmen said the apparent cause of death was Carbon monoxide poisoning troop ers said that both mufflers in the car were defective and one Tail pipe was missing dead Are Billy Joe Schoeneman 18 and Helen Gauer 18 both of St Clair to condition improved the condition of mrs w c Chad Mccoy 1103 Calhoun Street shows improvement at St marys Hospital in Kansas City where she underwent surgery dec 14 mrs Mccoy has been removed from in Tensive care and is in room 375 mrs George s Whitlock St Louis is in Kansas City with her Daugh Ter mrs Mccoy has been a patient in St marys Hospital since Schoeneman had parked the car in the driveway of his brother in Law David Cox Coxs sister not iced the car there Early today patrolmen said the boy apparently parked and left the autos motor running to provide heat car and truck collide in front of funeral Home a car collided with a pickup truck it was passing in front of the Robertson funeral Home in Chula at saturday but no one was injured the state Highway patrol said Orbry Ireland 30 of Chula started around the truck in the face of approaching traffic and Cut Back to the right running into the left Side of the 1965 Ford pickup driven by Medille Sackman 47 of Cameron there was minor damage to the right front of Ireland 1953 Model Plymouth and moderate damage to the left Side of Sac Mani vehicle Ireland was charged with care students take part in first Baptist Church program the first Baptist Church held a students night at Christmas at its evening worship service sunday evening with College students of Church taking part in the program narrator of conformed to Christ on Campus was Delores Nibarger prayers were by Suzanne Hatcher and John Hutchinson the following students presented Short talks Mary Ann Miller in academic Karen col ton As a bus Post through service in my Linda Knouse in defending Tian Rev Mudford speaker of the first Baptist Church delivered the message transformed by the Benediction was by Joe Rine Hart students participating in the serv ice besides those mentioned ear Lier were Ortis Carmichael Paul Evans Roberta Hamilton Charlei Hein Robert Pigg and weeks Avalon sunday school giving program tonight All sunday school class Mem Bers of the Avalon methodist Church will present a Christmas program at this evening at the Church the program is entitled gods Donald Kissick sunday school superintendent has announced thai the Public is invited to attend dec 5 and prior to that was in i less and imprudent driving while the Chillicothe Hospital two drinking a fish it off ill just sit Here and Ritac m4 you bring your hut Mai Young want a ing Days till Chreti Bead our ads stores open tonight and every night through thursday

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