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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Chillicothe, Missouri
THE WASHINGTON MERRYGOROUND Army Defectors Train as Red Spies Quotes Answer Previous Putzte Editors NoteDrew Pearson is on a newsgathering trip in the Middle In his absence his column is written by his Jack WASHINGTONDeep inside East Germany in the bleak factory town of a bizzarc band of Army deserters is reported lo HP training as spies and saboteurs for the It is as curious a collection of misfits as ever have been brought men with twisted bitter sex men with money and girl troubles Few really started out to be traitors when they ducked behind the Iron Curtain Most were renegades on the run from the provost mar shal some were enticed across the border by girl friends others were blackmailed for gambling losses and moral Only the rare defector sold out to he Reds for ideological Of the 67 army men who have defected since the Korean half are believed lo be in East Theres no telling how many have been sent to the and sabotage school in Only one has come back from Bautzen Gayther Turner of who confessed to army authorities that he had be longed to a defector band sworn to overthrow the This column sought to question but found he had been turned loose after serving a 2year sentence for His parents have lost all trace of Their last word came from a Chicago mental hospital which had been about to release SECRET MISSIONS It can be that the Redtrained deserters he left behind in sons who could pass in any American crowdmay be smuggled back into this country some clay on secret and sinister The army is more embarrassed than about the Bautzen who are too few and too unstable lo be worth much to the a Pentagon spokesman denied lo this column that a single defector had been recruited by the Communists while he was still in the Though this is certainly true of the there have been rare exceptions which the army has hushed out of cencern for the reputation of its security Take the case of Stephen Wechsler of New York a Harvard who delected on Secret army records identify him as a Communist party member who deserted for purely political reasons He is now believed lo be in East MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE More mysterious is the vase of Joseph Dutkanicz of who in vanished behind Ihe Iron Curtain with his wife and three Dutkanicz was known to be fluent in and his confidential army file indicates he may have been a Soviet agent since One report claims he died in the Soviet Union last A month after Dutkaniczs Vladimir a Russian born also defected from an army intelligence unit in Ger His a British told newsmen he had lost money But a secret army report suggests that all along he may have been a lieutenant in the Soviet Another New York who enlisted illegally under an is identified in army documents as a When he was found he vanished behind the Iron he was greeted not by cordial comrades bul by secret police who sent him to Ihe VerkhneUraisk concentration He was delivered his reason in He is a mental his sisler told this LBJ RIBS KEATING During his last visit lo Ihe Worlds President Johnson rode in the same car with Kennelh who is campaign ing for reeleclion this I hear you have been the President Where did you hear President Keating asked inno I just assumed replied Ihe when 1 heard that there were twelve people at a bar mitzvah in Buffalo last Salurday and you werent there shaking HEADLINES AND FOOTNOTES Slayer Jack Rubys mailed a contribution to the John Kennedy Memorial He included another in the name of his brother who shot Kennedys requested that the thankyou letter be sent directly to Jack care of the Dallas The late Presidents Caroline and had their most fun riding the log flume at the Worlds They begged to take a second turn on the which splashes through a makebelieve log Jacqueline Kennedy refused offers lo lei the chil dren ride insisled on paying the full admission The Saturday Evening Posts dynamic Matthew has bailed the embattled magazine oul of the Its now operating in ACROSS the drivers scat 4 Desert 8 Have a 12 Summer 13 Up a 14 Dry 15 Small tumor IB Issuing Ive 25 Class of ever seen vertebrates 22 Australian ratile birds 24 Girls name 26 Very 6 Tidier 7 Lair ft Dcliracies 9 Operatic snlo 10 Bacon skin 11 Brink 17 Entertained Jfl Darlings 23 out 24 Bargain event namaaata UdElLs H rataraa MA W A N NJJ 44 Augury 33 Early 38 Decease 40 Awkward ones 47 Cry of 27 Dance step 30 Unwilling 32 Cylindrical 34 Learned Ms 35 Redactor 36 East 37 Rows slighfly 35 Small draughts 40 Uncommon 41 peeve 42 Much Ado Nothing 45 Gayer 4f Pugnacious 51 Eggs 52 53 Employs 54 Negative prefix 55 Low haunts 56 Scottish peaks 57 in his ways DOWN a fine scam 2 Willow genus 3 Gentlest 4 Western cattle and lees 27 Entreats 28 On top of M Indian weights 41 Iron 31 Instrumental 42 Acrimonious composition 43 Foreshow bacchanals 48 Rave 50 Small cask Looking Back Through ConstitutionTribune Files Twenty Years Ago Today How the national debt was to he paid after the war was the subject of a round table discussion and open debate at a meeting of the Kiwanis The Earl May Seed store which had been located at 514 Washington street since the firm was established here in 1939 was to move to a new location on Lo cust Thirty Years Ago Today Two law suits totalling were filed in Grundy County circuit court as the outgrowth of an acci dent on 65 a mile south of The parole of a Livingston Coun ty man was revoked and he was taken to the state penitentiary to serve a sentence of two years for grand Chillicothes softball league was officers a sched ule arranged and plans made for a grand opening at a meeting of fans Marvin England was chosen as league The maximum temperature here on June 12 was the minimum Howard manager of the i Threatg of mob violence were Simpson Park an1 jn after nounced that tin pool would remain an confession by a mill open in the ha he had stabbed to death Bills and salaries were allowed i five persons because two of them at a routine meeting of the city broke up his l C The maximum temperature here on June 12 was the minimum Rainfall amounted to of an A son was born at the Chillicothe hospital to and Ralph 203 Jackson Charles who had com pleted boot training at was stationed at Treasure Island near San Eugene Crookshanks re turned from San where she had spent four months with her baker who The was stationed aTTreasure IslandJ JUNE 1964 Another 5 dividend was an nounced for the First National Bank of The receiver said the checks would be in the mail within a Dewey Engleman of Wheel ing underwent major surgery at the Chillicothe The Loyal Womens Class of the First Christian Church met in the home of ConstitutionTribune want ads pav rim KATE 6SANN e fcy The McRees are very inconsiderate people to baby sit They came home last night right in the middle of the late late showl Your cheapest labor bv far the Want Adsl COUNTED BEFORE THEYRE CAST1 The California question still hovers in the background as the nation girds itself for the party conventions and the big election show down in November Did the broadcasting of a computer decision of a Goldwater victory in the primary more than a half hour before polls closed in Rockefeller strong northern have an effect on the voting If was it good or bad The consensus of both Republicans and Democrats seems to be that it had a definite and that it wasnt Waller chairman of the House subcommittee on fears that the combination of increasingly rapid returns from the polls and the threehour time differential between East and West coasts could create a very serious situation in national He the possibility of some kind of legislation controlling election but prefers the broadcasting industry to come up with its own The big problem in which as long ago as 1916 over turned the presidential election decision of the In news media had declared John Kennedy president while Californians were still going to the Whether this had anything lo do with Nixons viclory in electronic computing and predicting and reporting will pose even more of an unknown quantity in And now that California has only two less electoral votes than New nine less than the eight New England stales role as or is further Restrictions on election return reporting or which would involve questions of free speech and as well as natural human do not seem Neither does a suggestion that East and West split the time East opening and closing its polls the West Maybe Californians ought to vote on the day before the rest of the with the vote count Then on Tuesday afler Ihe other states had elected the new the California surprise package could be opened to see who really did Junior Editors Quiz on BIRDS THE GOLDEN PHEASANT Rxfor Happy Marriage do Pheasants make their nests and ttliul do their eggs look like Baa ANSWER Ilieaiunts build their nests In grain or grass lining them with dead leaves or These birds like brushy since they feed on seeds and In some places they eat a good deal of but ther also destroy insects so are considered Pheasants usually lay from six to 16 eggs at one The eggs are either olive or Pheasants originally came from Asia Minor and the Far home of the beautiful Chinese golden pheasant upper Some kinds were brought directly from China and others came by way of The most common variety In the United States Is the ring necked pheasant main male birds are brightly colored green and black with a bright white ring around the neck and rich colors on the handsome These pheasants arc wide spread throughout the northern half of the United and arc much sought after as game FOR YOU TO Color the two We have marked the colors on thegoldenpheasant therlngneckhas bright red around Ine green over head and neck leaving the ring orange over the underbody and brown on the undersides of the Susan Tastula of wins todays combined prize Lompton s Illustrated Science Dictionary plus for this Mail youri on a postcard to Junior Editors In care of this and you may win the weekly grand prUe of Comptons fjctujed p r No one can generalize about the things that make for a happy Individuals have different requirements for getting along contentedly But in answer to a young wifes question con cerning what goes into an ideal I think I can safely vote for these ingredients Both husband and wife think as much of the others happiness as of their Both husband and wife are able to count on the integ rity and loyalty of the other Both have a firm conviction that the marriage is for and any problems that arise will have to be met within the not by running out on Both partners are willing to carry their share of the Both within free to be of one always indulging the others always trying to please even when it means acting a Both realize that disagreements and quarrels are but that they leave no lasting mark if they are dropped once an under standing is Each feels that there is one person in the world who under stands and who will stand no matter what They dont take life so seriously that it is nothing but routine and but manage to get some fun out of life as they go They have a goal in goal which both consider is worth any They dont reserve courtesy and thoughtfulness for other peo but practice these qualities with each other All rights Newspaper Enterprise the black once again king of With the taxpayers spending a day merely to store our farm Senate agriculture chairman Allen is preoccupied with saving pennies on He has stubbornly restricted his committee staff to six weary chief assistant clerk and two are expected to cope with the moun tainous farm Kesult He has to go outside his committee to get farm legislation by the BellMcClure My feeling is that with time the misunderstanding that complicates the relationship between France and the United States will William We are going to bring new hope to 20 million Americans who for two centuries have been on the outside looking Johnson promises passage of civil rights The Chillicothe ConstitutionTribune WATK1NS CHARLES E F P BOHN WM PLUMMER agint News Editor Cbillicothe publishing 818 Washington 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