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Chillicothe Constitution Tribune Newspaper Archives May 28 1966, Page 1

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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Chillicothe, Missouri News notes of local happenings ii Borei to Larry Wiiki Larry son of the and John Meeks of was graduated thursday from evangel reports the Breckenridge Meeks is a former pastor of the Assembly of god Church at Breck attend commencement and Stanley and miss Marilyn Camp were in Maryville to attend the 1966 commencement exercises of the Northwest state Joseph Furlong received his degree in attends alumni meeting George 1518 Washington attended an alumni meeting Friday at the trin Ity lutheran Hospital to Kansas More than 100 former graduates Wera to attendance at the chamber meets tuesday the May meeting of the chamber of Commerce will be held tuesday noon at the strand speak ers will be Ronald Wilder and Reed who attended flood control hearings before the House and sen ate appropriations subcommittees to to april attend graduation and Charles Moss of Lees Summit and Peggy Jenks of Independence were to Chillicothe thursday to attend the High school graduation exercises of Moses and Jenks miss Linda Daugh Ter of and Ivan Ashford of this to cookes open House and Darrell Rottman and and Berlyn Gibson of Meadville and and Logan meneely of Wheeling Are in Joseph this afternoon to attend the open House of cookes sales service and to attend its show ing of heavy and Industrial equip the Erickson visit Cathy and of have been visiting for the last three weeks with Erickson de Lay of red Erickson arrived yesterday morning and he and his family will go to Monett tomorrow to visit Erickson and Al to de Lay to California de Lay of red 4 will leave tomorrow for mount to visit for several Days with her Soninlaw and and Don and her grand Edward and Lana Lay also will attend the High school graduation exercises of her grandson Edward to Fred son of and Charles country club will Fly to tues he will be tote riveted on june 1 and 2 at Mary regarding a position with the National Security Slater returned Home wednesday from Warrensburg where he was a Stu Dent at Central Missouri state col at the Goodman residence and Richard Samm and family of Macon have arrived to spend the memorial Day weekend with Samms Mother and Sis Amanda Goodman and Shirley of 903 Woodward and Wesley Goodman and family of Kansas City will a vol Lvii More on Page column 4 Terry Reeter to Alabama for schooling Terry Reeter left Kansas City Friday for fort where he will receive 11 weeks of cml equipment maintenance and repair Reeter was inducted into the army March 8 and was stationed at fort for Basic train private Reeter spent an 11day leave with his of 1465 Trenton Road and other relatives and he was accompanied to Kansas City by Reeter and and Vernon Reeter and Varna the weather generally fair Northwest Missouri Vari Able cloudiness tonight and Chance of showers to night or Early a Lettla cooler lows tonight in highs sunday in official yesterdays maximum yesterdays minimum 58 today minimum 57 precipitation none River falling Yaar ago today As 1860 100 years of service to Chillicothe and this area 1966 it tic daily Init Ion May six pages 121 Pentagon silences general on red buildup in Cambodia but Larsen statement according to intelligence Washington sent Ful military officers said today the Pentagon jerked the Rug from under army Stanley Larsen in publicly contradicting his state ment that up to six North vietnamese regiments Are massed in but a top Field com Mander on leave from South Viet said i am just a Soldier and accepted the re i stand the two Star general told a report in not going to question my superiors about what they the defense depart ment has a lot More information to go on than i but in intelligence re ports available to military com Manders supported Larsen state some reports indicate As Many As North vietnamese Are massed to the cambodian Saigon sources say two of the six regiments poised in the Chu Phong mountains Are the 32nd and 33rd of the North vietnamese 325th i both regiments fought to a big Battle last november in the la Drang Valley across the Border from where the North vietnamese reportedly now Are the reports also indicate the North vietnamese plan to move into South Viet Nam in Early fall after the Rainy season passes its mid summer a number of officers strongly indicated irritation at the pentagons action to private Secretary of state Dean Rusk said later to answer to newsmen questions that he knew nothing about Larsen but Rusk said communist forces have been abusing Cambodia he added that the United states favors International action to secure that Southeast asian country neutrality and territorial on other matters relating to Viet Rusk said political upheaval has had very Little effect on military operations against the communists apart from the Region around Danang and Center of the break More on Page column 6 Jamesport gets Gold Star for betterment Jamesport received its test Gold Star for education in the Missouri Community betterment program this presentation was at a mass the trl county weekly also re ported an announcement by chair Man Dean Kimberling that new bumper stickers which visit amiss capital of mis Are now available to the would link Hale to Avalon water unit City Council to explore feasibility of buying from proposed District the possibility of for All time pre venting the Specter of dwindling water Supply to the City of Hale was presented to a group of Citi Zens at the High school monday says the Hale which gives the following report the agony of recent shortages of City water was still to the memory of most of those who Lawrence Engineer for Mcclanahan of Hickman who is working with the Avalon water was present to extend an offer to run a line from their proposed Wells to Hale and sell the City enough water to meet All of the cites also from out of town at the meeting were Robert of attorney for the Ava Lon and Dudley of attorney for the City of mayor Ivan Peters was the should the City Council decide to accept the arrangement the water District would build lines and a pump station from near the Village of Avalon to the City limits More on Page column 8 miss Brown an Honor graduate at Maryville miss Judy daughter of and Emory Brown of 1449 Polk received her Bachelor of science degree last night at commencement exercises at Northwest Missouri state miss an English major and a music vocal was graduated with honors to a class of nearly 400 and daughter Carol and John attended the graduation l a Flag flies for United states Flag will be Dis played again on memorial Day and on other National occasions and is in memory of Navy Joseph it will be the Only Flag along the walk South of the Livingston county courthouse and displayed with it is a plaque telling whose memory it the Flag and plaque Are a tribute by the Chillicothe kiwanis lieutenant son of and Vaughn Murray and Hus band of Susie Whyte lost his life 18 while Pilot ing a plane to combat action to Viet parents talk to airman Walker in Viet Nam airman second class David Owen stationed at Bien Viet called his and Owen red the Call was by radio Hookup and Long distance connection in his Joe who was visiting also talked with who is with the 3rd air has been stationed n Viet Nam since in the conversation Walker said the temperature was Over 100 and the food and accommodations were Academy has its awards night annual event includes presentations for Many student the 1966 Joseph Academy seniors to Caps and gowns marched in procession last night into Bishop Hogan where their classmates and other friends Gath ered for the annual Joseph Academy awards valedictorian Donna Saale and Saluta Torian James who to addressing the expressed Donna valedictorian their sincere appreciation to All those who furthest Fol self Educa which they feel has advanced to the end of the the honorary directors Merit scholarship of Rockhurst Kansas was presented to James Ellison and the Board of regents scholarship of Northwest Missouri state to Larry the valedictorian which went to Donna included a trophy and a readers digest certificate of entitling her to an honorary James salutatorian oneyear Ellison and Kathy Anderson shared the Salu Tatorian Ellison also was awarded the Bausch lomb honorary science award in recognition of outstanding academic achieve for character and Superior intellectual Promise in the Field of Kathy Anderson received More on Page column 1 Chester Mcwilliams Dies was retired businessman Chester brother inlaw of miss Virginia died Early this morning at the family Home in Mcwilliams had been seriously ill since and had recently been Dis missed from the Cape Girardeau Hospital to his a son of John Andrew Mcwilliams and Mary Virginia Byers was born in Shelby he mar ried Ruth Page Vornbrock on Mcwilliams of crated three farms and a feed and seed store in Jackson until his re he received his degree from the College of University of in he was the first county farm advisor in the United appointed by the us a in he served in this capacity for six years to Cape Gladeau county and three years at Calhoun in addition to his he is sur Vived by six a two Stepsons and seven step grandchild Hasfal sweep by South vietnamese Little Early resistance in three pronged drive North of Quern Missouri Small businessman of the year award for 1966 was presented to Joe Lambert of Chillicothe yesterday by Warren governor Hearnes at left is shown presenting Lambert with a certificate in recognition of his selection for the the ceremony in the governors offices in the state Capitol also was attended by Lambert mayor Frank Lang president of the Chillicothe chamber of Commerce Charles Vic president of the Cham Ber Shelba Nichols John and Blackie All of and representatives of the Small business the group flew to Jefferson City and Back in a plane from Reeds aviation and piloted by Engineer gives state dual Laning in Locust Creek area is some time off recently much has been written and discussed about the state Highway commissions plan of improving route 36 Between Brookfield and to Linn and Livingston to adequately care for traffic b District Engineer of the state Highway department at stated today that detailed plans for the proposed updating of route 36 Are a result of a comprehensive and economic study to up Date route 36 insofar As available funds would permit at the same adequately serve traffic now and to the foreseeable fun Leslie gives the following report at the present writing Section in Livingston county from Blackwell Creek to m at the Wheeling Junction u under contract and should finished this fall to Complete the dual Section Between these this Section is Miles in and was contracted to the Bernard me and wholly owned at a total Cost of bids were received on May 27 for Miles of grading and 24 foot Concrete from route 130 at the West end of the dual Sec Tion West of Brookfield on this will be completing the Road Over these limits where the several Bridges were constructed last Over these limits the existing Bridges on present route 36 Are structurally inadequate to continue in service any length of drainage conditions in this Locust Creek Valley since these original Bridges were constructed necessitate building Bridges to a different location than the present Bridges for the new two lanes on the North Side of the old excavations opposite these new Bridges must be made to present route 36 to properly handle Drain this leaves about from Wheeling Spur Easterly to living Ston and Linn that require and one 24foot High Type pavement and grading will be constructed on the North Side of the existing Road to the next year or two As soon As the state High Way commission is to a position to finance same and right Otway is Leslie it is planned to extend the dual Section from the Wheeling Spur Easterly to just West of big Par sons Creek Valley that was presented to the Locust Creek wherein the Bridges on the present Road cannot be matched for proper from this Point Easterly to just East of the route 130 connection at Persh tog Park will be one 24foot High Type Road for the foreseeable fun this will be a distance of about this Leslie is a result of doing the Best possible with the available funds and yet provide an adequate Facil a new 24foot with vertical grades providing passing distances to a great will most adequately serve the 24hour annual aver age traffic of approximately 500 the Highway department the state High More on Page column 3 most placet to close for memorial Day most Chillicothe business places and offices will be closed memorial there will be no mail de and the Constitution Tribune will not the american legion asks that residents by United states flags and to attend memorial services that will be held to churches and cemeteries Dur ing the the municipal swimming Pool will open me Morial Day activities will be held at the Chillicothe country two alarms answered by City firemen Chillicothe firemen answered two alarms Early Friday a Short in an electric motor sent firemen to Kales super Market at and at a mishandled cigarette was blamed for catching a mattress on fire to the trailer Home of Forrest Raulie at the Akers trailer court South Viet May Flea combined Force of american marines and South namese troops launched an amphibious and helicopter assault against the Viet Cong near the Northern coastal City of Quang the command announced a spokesman said the joint Forca lad met Little resistance in the coastal a three pronged As Sault 15 Miles North of Quang Ngai and 235 Miles Northeast of the command at first announced the operation was an All Marine show but later corrected this to say that it was a mixed three Batalion Force of marines and South vietnamese the continuing assault was launched and reports indicated Allied troops initially had failed to flush Many Viet they reported killing 15 of the enemy and capturing 20 suspects in the first four also in Quang Ngai not far from the Marine Amer ican b52 bombers struck today at two suspected Viet Cong troop concentration the targets were 30 Miles Northwest of Quang Ngai in other War developments More on Page column 2 Grandy county towns to Start fast time clocks to Trenton and a number of smaller communities Are scheduled to be set Forward one hour when local and area residents go to bed fast time will go in effect at 1 the use of Daylight saving time was decided upon for Trenton by the Trenton City Council at a recent meeting when members of the Council said the Calls they received from persons in their wards had indicated they favored the last Bill mayor of announced that town officials decided for Laredo to go along with Trenton in observing Daylight Claude mayor of announced this week that would be on fast time starting Sun Spickard win go on advanced time along with other towns in Grundy Guy City the town officials at Humphrey announced earlier that Humphrey would follow Trenton Lead in using Daylight according to the Trenton Republican Kansas City councilmen said Day that there would be no action on Daylight saving time there this nearly two thirds of the state it now operating on fast Hong Kong a blend of East and rotary audience hears Hong Kong was described As every mans an inter National City by John Waikeung a native of Hong Kong who is studying at Tarkio tar Sun was the speaker last night at a ladies night meeting of the rotary who has been at Tarkio since the fall of plans to be a Doc Tor and will study Medicine the University of at he said Hong Kong is the Cross roads Between the East and West and it offers the Opportunity to do business to an unrestricted Way under the free Enterprise the urbanized area contains approximately 25 Square Miles and Bias Sun ninety per cent of these Are he in discussing the proximity of Hong Kong to the chinese main the speaker noted that the chinese communists could make trouble for Hong Kong to Many ways but at the present time Art a new free methodist Church is being constructed in the 1400 Block of Jack son Street with the completion Date scheduled for August construction on the 40 by 70 building was started on March 14 by Lamont it will be of colonial design with the exterior of the Interior will contain laminated Arches and Wood Church offices will be located on the first floor and the base ment will hold sunday school Kitchen and Fellowship seating capacity in the auditorium will be according to Thi Joseph More on Page column 3 father of Theiss Dies at Ernest Shillak of died at 5 Oclock this morning at a Keokuk Hospital to which he was admitted last Shillak had been in failing health for the last six among Iii survivors is a Daugh Bill Theiss of 247 Clay a lifelong resident of had been a travelling sales Man and a bookkeeper for a truck ing funeral arrangements Are in laugh it off Bart Badty m pud

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