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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1965, Chillicothe, Missouri News notes of local happenings a parking meters free in Chillicothe until january 3 in mrs George Cooper in pc George Cooper of 702 washing ton spent the Holiday weekend Kansas City with Jonathan Coffee cancelled the Coffre which was to he heh by the on december 29 for huh school seniors and col lege students has been Mckerrow returned Naomi Mckerrow of 12 Jackson Street returned this morn ing from Kansas cily after spend ing the weekend with her son and daughter inlaw or Omas mrs of Rukavina Christmas Day guests of Michael Rukavina Grace Lee Corzetta were and grand to Theressa and Veronica Newton Chicago the and Elmer and mrs George Halsey and the Rev Seph Kansas position for Diana Jackson miss Diana daughter of and Keith Jackson of 1505 Trenton Lias accepted a position with the covenant Security insurance company in Kansas she began her duties this miss a 1963 graduate of Chillicothe High school attended Northwest mis Souri state College at return to the East and Dana Schauer have returned to their Home in new after spending the Christmas holidays with their parents in Schauer is the son of and William continued on Page four Floyd tester Jones a world War 11 Veteran he had been in hospitals much of time since Floyd Lester died at Oclock saturday night at the veterans Hospital in he had been in failing health for 14 he was born near he was the son of Wil Liam and Ida Radabaugh he attended school in Livingston he resided in Livingston county and Chillicothe until he entered the army in he was separated from the armed forces in re sided in California six moved to Texas and had been in and out of various veterans hospitals since Jones was a member of the first Baptist Church of on april he married Geneva Lambert at she resides at the family Home in in addition to his he is survived by two Lester Jones of Houston and Ronald Jones of Houston three Frank Chillicothe Charles and Evan two Anna and Goldie funeral services will be held at 2 Oclock tuesday afternoon from the Chapel of the Norman funeral burial will be in the family lot at the Christison cemetery near Luci promises to finish education after marriage 27 Baines Johnsons Christmas pres ent to her father was a Promise she would try to finish her Educa Tion after her marriage to airman Pat of next the Chicago Tribune said who is showed her engagement ring sunday As she and her Fiance left Bartholomew roman Catholic Church in Wau Kegan after attending noon president Johnson often has expressed a desire that both of his daughters Complete a College de his younger Daugh will have finished her fresh Man year in Georgetown univer Sites school of nursing before she is the weather warmer Northwest Missouri Gener ally fair tonight and colder South warmer Over area lows to night highs tomorrow 40 official temperatures fridays maximum 58 fridays minimum 32 saturdays maximum 32 saturdays minimum 25 sundays maximum 40 sundays minimum 23 today minimum 16 precipitation in 78 River falling year ago today maximum 31 10 Itje vol Lvi daily edition accuse two gis of aiding enemy while prisoners the now on Okinawa May be put on trial released 27 the army said today it has charged two gis with aiding the enemy during two years of Viet Cong imprisonment and is gating to determine whether they will be put on the two soldiers Are George Smith of and 4 Claude Mcclure of Chat who were released by the Viet Cong last they will remain on Okinawa until a final decision on their the spokesman after an extensive he they were charged with furnishing and deliver ing to the Viet Cong certain Docu statements and writings inimical to the interest of the United the spokesman said the two Spe Cial forces men have been provided defense in accordance with military proce their cases now Are being studied to determine if they will face a trial by and were captured in november 1963 when guerrillas overran the help Hoa Camp Northeast of they were released 27 at the cambodian Border during a period of demonstrations in the United states against the Viet Nam after a week in phenom capital of the to were flown to Bangkok and then to they denied to american Tele vision newsmen they had told a news conference in Cambodia they would return to the United states and join the Campaign against the War in Viet the two claimed their state ments had been lbs correspondent Murray Fromson quoted Smith As i did not use the word Cam what would like to made to end the War in Viet word Cam i said was that i see Strong efforts Green Hills area gets Opportunity Grant Missouri members of Congress in Washington have announced hat Milans office of economic Opportunity has been granted 000 for a head Start the Brookfield new bulletin said Green Hills area human re sources in Milan will use the Noney to train 250 preschool Chil Dren for six months in and Sullivan Eugene finance officer of human resources corporation the re ional office in Kansas City had approved a request for funds for out of school this request was forwarded to where it will oin another request for the administration and medical the combined requests amount to approximately which will e used in the four county area Caldwell and Williams said that since the corporation has paid out dollars in wages Linn county workers received Livingston county Daviess and Caldwell which just recently joined three other cities in addition to Milan were included in the nou Cement Columbia was granted or a 12month program by the human development association of i one county to be conducted by he University of the economic Opportunity corporation of greater Joseph received to train 240 children n Clinton and Dekalb the Delta area economic Opportunity corp in Portageville was granted to train 30 children from North Lilbourn for 12 Len Dies at Joseph Len died sunday at a Joseph nursing born in he had been a resident f the last 65 years he was a retired and was member of the Troy Christian corf is survived by a Daugh Merle Young of to Eph two Harry corf of Troy and George corf of West four Tommy corf f Ralph corf of West Charles corf of and Ona corf of and our services will be at tuesday at the Harma Tibbetts mortuary burial will be in mount Olive an december 1965 our Christmas edition gets Fine reception a Chillicothe woman has advised that she mails each years Christmas edition of the Constitution Tribune to a Friend in i want to show them what american newspapers do at she another Chilli Othean reports she and her husband Are Sav ing this years Christmas Edi she said it was the Best she has Ever seen and there Are Many useful Christ Mas articles in it that could come in Handy later one Constitution Tribune employee reports an order from Arkansas for a copy of our Christmas City has number of traffic accidents no one police one Driver has two collisions in Chillicothe police listed a num Ber of weekend traffic accidents and reported that while there were several of them no one was at yesterday two vehicles collided near the intersection of commercial and Montgom Ery there was damage to the left front fender and Grill of a 1964 Ford Sedan driven by Henry Akers trailer and to the left front Hood and Grill of a 1956 Ford driven by Paul red police said Hibner was driving South and began a left turn while Allen was travelling hit at Bryan and fair vehicles driven by Hawk 1801 fair and Kenneth 1314 collided at sunday at Bryan and fair Hawkins was travelling South on fair and making a turn to the West while Sparks was stopped at a Stop there was damage to the left rear fender of the 1964 Chevrolet Sedan driven by but no damage to the Hawkins a 1964 Dodge police said Kenneth Leroy of 440 Calhoun was involved in separate accidents with parked cars Early a 1953 Chevrolet 2door parked in the air Lane parking lot by August keen was damaged at the left a 1964 Ford 2door parked by Billy 609 Polk in front of the Polk Street address was damaged at the left the first Accident was listed at 2 and the second at the 1960 Chevrolet Sedan driven by Hobbs was damaged at the right front in the Airlane mishap and left front in the Polk Street Acci Larry of 908 Dick was backing a car in the Earl May parking lot at Friday and his car and one enter ing the lot and driven by Holly of 420 col continued on Page twelve pages North View Nam still Safe from plane raids attacks come Only in the South leathernecks kill 63 Viet South Viet Nam dec the third straight the United states kept its planes out of North Viet name skies to but marines killed 63 Viet Cong in ground skirmishes after a interrupted Christmas air attacks were made Only on suspected Viet Cong concentrations in South Viet spokes men ground action also was reported in Low key for the past 24 beyond confirming the suspension of the Aerial War which steadily had been closing in on the Hanoi Haiphong Industrial officials in Saigon said Only that the orders came from this raised speculation that the pause was a new invitation to North vietnamese president to Chi minds regime to come to the peace officials declined to guess How Long the Lull would the marines reported strikes against the communists during patrols around the big air base at a 380 Miles North East of the americans re ported taking Light a squad of leathernecks pounced on about 40 Viet killing 15 at a Hamlet called Quang a two hours later a Marine platoon near Quang a about two Miles was attacked by 75 Viet Cong armed with automatic in the casualty lists a army truck carrying sol Diers of the 1st infantry Divi Sion hit a mine 30 Miles North of casualties were reported the Viet Cong detonated a mine at a government troop Barracks at so 70 Miles Southwest of Sai just As two vietnamese Pla Toons were starting the work it killed or Hurt a lot of sol a army officer firemen answer two alarms sunday night firemen answered two alarms last night with Little fire damage reported from either at a fire truck was sent to the Rupp super Saver on old 36 where a car had backed into gasoline a Small Blaze but was quickly extinguished by employees of the service station by using dry chem ical a Short in a Neon sign at the Chillicothe tractor and implement was the cause for an alarm at the two alarms brought the to Tal for the month to three ahead of the same period a i r Harry Clem to close rail career that began in 7909 Harry Clem of Wheeling will retire As third trick operator at the Norfolk and Western Wabash Railroad office at Chillicothe on his 74th birthday he is retiring because of having suffered a heart attack last february he has been on sick eave since that his retirement Marks the end of three generations of Railroad Ca Reers in his his grand Fath James was in train service when the old Joseph line was joined Between Chillicothe and in those lankan pin freight trains required three for the head one on the caboose and another Riding Midway of the length of the train with a Brake his father Harry began railroading in the late 1880s and worked at Harlem during the time of the big Kansas City flood in he spent his later railroading Days As agent at Wheeling and retired in Harry Clem began his career in 1909 As Telegraph operator at Ream a Small station be tween Wheeling and Chillicothe and Well the 1909 flood when the Burlington dude was stranded in the Medicine Creek Bottoms with the track washed away in front of and behind the it remained there until the roadbed was rebuilt and the track during the 1930 his Railroad service was terminated because of reduction in in he was recalled to serv ice and worked in the Tri state area of Iowa and in Clem came to Chillicothe from near and worked continuously at Chillicothe until last february he is looking Forward to Spring and being Able to work in the vegetable and Flower gardens and keeping his Lawn mowed with his Riding Power in his spare he Hopes to renew old acquaintances and make some new ones something which has been sadly neglected during his Busy railroading he feels that the years have been most rewarding and is fortunate to have so Many pleasant experiences and memories to keep among his Railroad her husband beat 102 Spud Speed its potato harvesting that is fully potatoes scooped from the rows by Digger at left Are loaded by conveyor Belt on truck at a few reflections on whats going on in the Community Bill who operates a Telephone answering could write a Book on some of her in a recent the caller Hesi then Are you live what asked Are you live she some say yes and some say whats your problem Only when Zweifel con Vinced the Man she was not a re cording was she Given the Mes which her she later relayed to on College night at Chillicothe High school recently some Young gangsters posted a Banner near the end of the Hall of the Northwest Corner of the first it identified the area As Chula univer Doc one of the Cus had a Good laugh and re moved the Jerry one of Chilli co thes Al time basketball is counting on another athlete in the he has been taking son Mitch to basketball games since Mitch was a few months is a husky Young Man and indications Are he will achieve the basketball Hopes his dad has for better not forget the had we Shes the former Jonne one of chess most at Tractive band drum majorettes when a student at Chillicothe a Young Mother tells of instruct ing her son to carry out the but returning later to find him daydreaming in a Kitchen preparing to admonish him she asked what he was doing with the trash still i was just sitting Here think my Mother is ing How pretty the boy needless to i emptied the reported his Mother with another Parent reports a differ ence in growing up youngsters in just a years this year the boy came Home from the eighth Grade dance and reported he enjoyed dancing with the last year As a seventh the father he danced one dance with a girl and the rest of the time they Indian hand Bill Wheeling school Calendar is listed for january the bulldog Barker lists the Jan uary Calendar of events for the Wheeling school As follows return to Bosworth Junior High at Academy Junior High at Laredo Meadville at at Pat Wheeling at Hale at Junior High birthdays for january Ronnie 5 David me Nally and Lonnie and Robert top typists of the school typing class at the close of the semester Are Danny Sharon Allen and Irene husband is charged police picked up Charles 133 Henry and booked him at christinas Day and charged him on complaint of his Tirrell complained thai presbyterians Honor College students the first presbyterian Church yesterday gave special recognition to Young people of the congregation who Are attending list ing them As follows Marcia Tarkio col lege Sandra Evelyn har William Central mis Souri state Richard Northwest mis Souri state Maryville Mariann Colorado state col lege David Cornell Iowa College John Randy Westminster Robert Roger Mark University of mis Tish Walter Shaf Fer Darryl Robert University of Law Susan Coe College Warren Southwest mis state Gerald Vinsons Given Surprise anniversary party and Gerald Vinson of 1217 Calhoun Street were honoured their 25th wedding anniversary december in their Home with a Surprise party Given by their approximately 50 relatives and friends attended the and Vinson were presented a Money Gerald Vinson and Ann Sprouse were married at the lutheran Hurch Here by Stein on de Cember they Are the parents of a miss Patricia Ann Vinson of and two who attends North West Missouri state College at and Thomas Gerald of the 18 doctors join n surgery for siamese twins los 27 amese twin separated in three hour surgery shortly after have a better than even Chance of their attending paediatrician the babies were born Christmas Day with a common bladder and said their paediatrician 36 hours after surgery there both still moving which is the most important sign to everything is and their color is the doctor there is no Way to Tell what the end result will the together weighing 12 were born by caesarean Section at holy Cross Hospital in suburban san then rushed to Cedars of Lebanon hos Pital where a team of 18 nurses and technicians performed the right for trip to processing Sorters on the Digger pick out rocks and other debris while boy follows with bucket to pick up any potatoes the machines James Frank lowreydiesa82 he operated stores a Blue Mound and James Franklin Frank died at 2 Oclock Christmas afternoon at a local rest where he had been a patient a year he had been in failing health several couple injured on Way Here for Christmas and Floyd Bagley of Antioch in the Kansas City area were involved in a 3car Accident saturday while in route to Chillicothe to spend Christmas with their vol Nev and Floyd Bagley was thrown into the Windshield and was taken to the Cameron Hospital for treatment of he was released from the Hospital after several hours and he and Bagley were brought to Chillicothe by their the Accident occurred at 9 a m on at an interstate 35 turn six Miles South of there were n0 injuries in the other and Bagley returned yesterday to their Home head attack fatal to Joe Busby rites wednesday for for Mer Lois t Lois died the at her Home 2009 West 83rd Leawood heart this morning following she was 60 years Busby was a native of having been born Here on March the daughter of and Jess the family Home Here was at 1306 Jack son Busby had made her Home in the Kansas City area since 1923 survivors include the a twin Louise Worley Kansas and an other Kathleen Worley she was preceded in death by her parents and one Fred Eunice she was a member of the John methodist funeral services will be held wednesday at the Freeman funeral 42nd and burial will be in Forest Hill extinguish Blaze the Chula Rural fire truck was called at saturday afternoon to extinguish a Blaze in a diesel unit of a Milwaukee Corn he was born at son of Joseph Ross Lowrey and Josephine Evans Lowrey he lived at Rolla until he was at that time he moved to Carroll county and resided in the Tina Community for eight a then moved to Livingston county and spent the remainder of his life time in this Lowrey attended school in Carroll he never he operated general stores in the Dawn and Blue Mound Lowrey is survived by a Everett Dawn and a Alpha he was preceded in death by two Brothers and a funeral services were held at 2 today at the Chapel of the Norman funeral the Francis Allen pallbearers were Leroy John Vernon and Roger Woody Templeman was the soloist and Matheny was the burial was in the Blue Mound Missouri to have another cold Day Kansas 27 cold air mass held Missouri in its grip the lows this morning ranged from 12 at Maryville to 29 at there is no precipitation in the Pic tomorrow will be mostly Sun but continued with the High 40 to 45 in the Northwest and from the upper 20s in the North East to the mid 30s along the South Ern sundays highs ranged from 49 at Joplin to 30 at other news from Diane Childs is Cha girl of month at tin Avalon Here from new Mexico and Robert Feeny and children of Are spending holidays Here with the i Adieu and Feeny Diane daughter of and Billy Childs of has been named girl of the month of the future homemakers of America chapter at tin Avalon High reports the school pub the dragon Diane is chapter and accompanies the Cha on All trips and records All historical at All Cha the Tat Tler she is always pres ready to lend a helping Diane has a Quick smile and has Many she is Active in All school playing on school softball and basketball the Tattler reports that Sopho More girls in Home economics classes Are making suits and dress the eighth Grade now has 27 Carl Coatney is the new est Cheryl Smith is editor of the dragon Tattler Mary Linda Hart assistant edition Margaret Rupe and Carolyn humor Edi tors Sharon Exchange editor Carol sports editor Peg Barron and Linda Condron Art and Donna Rupe am Lila the school Calendar b r a y m e r basketball Junior High basketball a Junior High basketball t Bosworth at Junior High at basketball at january birthdays Javerne Jones 3 Andra Ross 3 Anda Ruddy 7 Teve Mayberry 7 Moris Durnil 10 Smith Jet Mcdaneld u Vivian Burton n Felvin Applebury 12 Carolyn Johnson 13 Inda Kay Smith u Bobby Wilson 16 Atsy Frakes 17 truce Miller 23 Tehran Geromini 24 Dianne corf 28 Melvin Mccracken 28 Joyce Bett 29 Dicky Mckerlie Danny Condron 30 Barbara Jones 39 laugh it off All if you can take a you Alt bait

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