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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1968, Chillicothe, Missouri F news notes of local happenings Jean Powers Here miss Jean Powers of St Joseph was a guest yesterday in the Home of her parents or and mrs Marvin Powers of red 4 or twombly leaves cheer t w o m b 1 y has returned to his Kansas City residence after a few Days visit with his parents or and mrs Cecil twombly Hale weekend with Mcnally or and mrs Joe Mcnally of Freeman Are guests this week end of or Mcnally parents or and mrs John Mcnally of Wheeling and other relatives leave Hospital Brownie Chittum 1608 Cla Houn was dismissed yesterday from the Chillicothe Hospital mrs Guy Williams 27 Locust and Ocie Crispin Bosworth were dismissed today weekend guests or and mrs Lowell Smith son and daughters Carol and Lee of Kansas City came today for a weekend visit with mrs Smithson Mother mrs Lena r Smithson 606 Sunset Evenue at Thomas residence or and mrs Gene Loyd and of St James arrived yesterday for a weekend visit with mrs Loyds parents or and mrs Ted Thomas Chula and other relatives or Webber returns or j b Webber has re turned to Chillicothe after spend ing three weeks in Mexico City Mexico where he participated in the olympics or Webber served As an alternate for an equestrian 3day team 3f 4f at the Hospital Lewis Mccrary of Hamilton was admitted yesterday to the Chillicothe Hospital mrs Wil Liam Weitzel 1422 Mcvey mrs Norman Mueller Nettleton mrs Paul Smith red 5 and mrs Gordon Hawkins Ludlow were admitted today Home from Roll a Everett Baker son of or and mrs e n Baker 203 Polk David Pennington son of mrs Glen Pennington 323 John f Kennedy Avenue and Ron Tolen Jamesport students at the University of Missouri Olla have arrived for a weekend vis it with relatives and friends Eft g Corbin family visits or and mrs Neal Corbin Sharon Larry Steven and Sheree 1014 Broadway Are in Clarksville today As guests of or and mrs corbins Sonin Law daughter and granddaughter or and mrs Byron Mcmanus and Dreana miss Mcmanus first birthday anniversary is being celebrated Fri rehabilitation program the auxiliary to the Ameri can legion will meet at Oclock tuesday evening at the legion Hall for its annual re habilitation program serving on the committee Are mesdames More on Page 3 column Northwest Missouri May get Snow flurries Kansas City a Chance Tor Snow flurries in Northwest Missouri sunday is promised along with colder temperatures in the East and South several periods of Light drizzle Are expected the weather Bureau expects Low temperatures tonight in the Low and mid 30s in the North West and into the 40s in the Southern part of the state overcast skies and drizzle covered most of Missouri today the moist weather continued a spell that gave almost every locality a Little rain Friday St Louis reported inches Springfield and Vichy for a 24hour period ending this morning fridays High temperature was 63 in St Louis and the Low overnight was 34 in St Joseph and Columbia the weather much colder Northwest Missouri Cloudy tonight with occasional drizzle and Light rain Sun Day Cloudy and colder with Northwest winds and Chance of Snow flurries Low to night Low to mid 30s High sunday around 40 official temperatures yesterdays maximum 45 yesterdays minimum 38 today minimum 36 precipitation p in 04 River stage rising year ago today my drum 58 minimum 83 1866 102 years of service to Chillicothe and this area 1968 Cfall Tucotte vol Lix daily edition Chillicothe to 64601 saturday november 16 1968 eight pages no 270 All set for Christmas Are 62 persons who studied Candy making from a professional Paul Baker of Kansas City at a school taught at the Farmers electric this week under sponsorship of the University Extension Center Baker demonstrated the making of fondant Coconut Bonbons French pudding and English toffees mrs june Lamme Home economist said those enrolled were mrs Victor Ingraham Vickie Ingraham mrs John Hill mrs Jim Burk mrs Jim Sears mrs Vern Allen mrs Evan Hutchinson mrs Jewell Frizzell mrs Lloyd Machholz mrs Jesse l it twins David e Campbell mrs Frances Waddill mrs Cleo Johnson mrs Leonard Nibarger mrs Edward Buck Pat Nibarger Doris Tiemeyer mrs Wayne Allen mrs Ralph Wilson mrs Albert Reeter mrs Joe Painter mrs George Plummer mrs Bob Minnis mrs Darrel Shearer mrs Wade Thome mrs Kenneth Walker mrs Robert Paschen mrs Warner j Bullock mrs Lavere Smith mrs Bill Gilbert mrs Atlee mum Power mrs Marjorie Brown mrs Clem Koenig mrs Rudolph Forbis mrs w c Wombles mrs Bill Smith mrs Willie Burtch mrs Cecil Buckner mrs Clarence Arthaud mrs h m Lowry Eva Shipp mrs Carl Kilburn mrs Ralph Kissick mrs Robert Dougherty mrs Archie Campbell mrs Everett Spangler mrs George Troeger mrs Alvah Peters mrs Jack Carter mrs Bill Fagan mrs Bill Corbin Katherine Hall mrs David Gilliland mrs Dale Wood mrs Gordon Jones mrs Howell Griffith mrs Don Gilliland mrs Victor Fields mrs Frank Cassity mrs Rea Holcer mrs Howard Miller and mrs Allen Belzer photo techs strike n protest Over soviet grab army and police Are on Alert to halt any action by Gene Kramer associated press writer Prague strikes vere reported in suburban Rague and in Olomouc Cen ral Moravia As czechoslovak As communist leaders waged a Power struggle with pro soviet hardliners behind closed oors it was not immediately earned what action if any authorities planned to take the government has banned Demon rations to try and maintain aim during a crucial party ventral committee meeting Low in its second Day czechoslovak military police men with sub machine guns a rolled Prague streets and in Ormanis said the czechoslovak rays Prague Garri on was alerted and All leaves Calvary baptists Are having revival revival services at the Cal vary Baptist Church will begin Omorrow november 17 and continue through sunday no vember 24 services will be at each evening Rev Charles Becton pastor of the first Baptist Church Fer Guson will be the guest Vangelist special music will be provided by the Church choir the am 3assadors and the Calvary sing ing teens the Public is invited to attend child is aided by Chat Panzee blood Atlanta Gaff a 3 year old child was in a coma to Day following an operation in which her blood was purified through the liver of a Chimp to Zee the child was connected to he animal six hours by two Ubes and doctors said after the operation that her blood showed signs of returning to almost a similar operation has been performed previously using a Arger primate a Baboon or Joe Patterson said the child whose identity was with Leld is breathing on her own and her reflexes Are More than before the operation the child was dying of a severe Case of hepatitis Norman l Ganon is at base in Oregon North Bend Geant Norman l Gannon son of or and mrs Clifford e Gan non 1420 Polk Street Chillicothe has arrived for duty at North Bend air Force Sta Tion Ore sergeant Gannon a radar re Pairman previously served at Eufaula air Force station Ala the sergeant is a 1964 Grad uate of Ottumwa Iowa High school his wife Karlene is the daughter of or and mrs Paul ii Leatherman 805 w main Street Ottumwa southwestern Bell asks rate increase last was in 1952 says Telephone company southwestern Bell yesterday asked the Missouri Public serv ice commission to allow a higher rate of return on the com pants operations in Missouri r Ray Shockley Vic Epresi Dent and general manager for southwestern Bell cited in creasing higher interest rates on borrowed Mon reasons for the request for 16 years we have been absorbing higher costs and fight ing the effects of Shockley said we have done everything possible to increase our efficiency and hold Down the Cost of providing service however we now have reached a Point where inflation is increasing costs faster than we can absorb them and we have really no Choice but to seek an increase in Telephone rates this increase is Neces sary if we Are to provide our customers with the new and improved communications serv ices they Are demanding there is much at stake Here not just for the Telephone com Pany but for the people of mis Shockley said a Good communications system is vital to the economic growth and so Cial life of the Only a Telephone company with Good earnings can attract the investment capital needed to handle the increasing de mands for service and for serv ice improvements put on our present rate of return is lower than the rate of interest we have to pay on the Money we borrow to expand our sys tem to meet service demands Shockley said Shockley pointed out that southwestern Bells last state wide rate increase was in 1952 since that time the company electrocuted getting out of their car Desoto moff Kenny Nicolous and Pam Jackson both 16 of Bonne Terre were electrocuted Friday As they at tempted to get out of their car which had crashed into Utility pole three other persons in the car were not Hurt police said Nicolous lost control of his car near Desoto and it struck the Utility pole elec Trie Power lines fell Over the vehicle and the teenagers were electrocuted As they contacted both the car Ami tit ground More on Page 3 column pfc Charles w Steele is in Vietnam u s army Vietnam private first class Charles w Steele 20 whose parents or and mrs Orville c Steele and wife Vir Ginia live at 916 Jefferson Chillicothe was assigned october 25 to the 9th infantry division in Vietnam As an equipment operator hem local firm advances Musgrove Heads minerals unit and australian Branch of Veleor Roy e Campbell president if Elcor chemical corporation announces the promotion of Ralph e Musgrove to vice pres Dent of Elcor in charge of the minerals division of the com Pany Midland Tex or mus Grove was previously general manager of this division he Las also been made a vice pres ident of Elors australian subsidiary Elcor Australia Ltd or Musgrove is a graduate of the Colorado school of mines widow and a widower marry have 13 children Pittsburgh up mrs Marie Relihan 37 a widow who marries widower Raymond Wie Hagen 40 today says their 13 children will be like one natural the couple who were next door neighbors for five years started dating last december his office was having a party and he needed someone to the Bride laughed i guess he figured he would be Safe with mrs Relihan has been a widow for Over two years and Wie Hagen has been a widower for Over three the Ages of the children mrs Rel Hans four sons and three daughters and Wiehagen four boys and two girls Are 2 4 5 7 8 10 11 11 13 14 16 18 and 18 Donald w Harris is in Thailand u s air forces Thailand Donald w Harris son of or and mrs l d har Ris of 1912 Lulu Street Trenton is on duty at Ubon Royal thai fab Thailand sergeant Harris a Jet aircraft Mechanic was assigned to Cus Ter air Force station Mich the sergeant is a 1961 Grad uate of Chillicothe High school his wife Sharlee is the daughter of or and mrs John Lovell 1 Hale to a 6v2pound turnip is displayed by Bert Lisenby who grew in in his Garden South of us photo Ancelet armoured personnel car More on Page 3 column Vernon Betz Heads Republican caucus Vernon Betz of the 91st District Livingston and Grundy counties was reelected caucus chairman at a Republican Cau Cus organizational election in Jefferson City yesterday r j King 39th District St Louis was elected Republican floor Leader and c m Bass Man 106th District Gasconade county was named assistant floor Leader John t Russell 125th District Laclede county was chosen Republican whip and Erick Fink 46th District St Louis county assistant whip George Parker 120th District Boone county was elected Cau Cus Secretary and Ray James Jackson county assistant Secretary 24 traffic mishaps in october one in Livingston county is fatal total for year to 137 there were 24 traffic Acci dents in Livingston county last month one of them fatal according to the monthly report of troop h of the Missouri state Highway patrol five persons were injured there was the one death and property damage was figured at the fatal Accident was on october 22 at a Railroad Cross ing in Utica the number of accidents in october was the most in any one month All year the 24 add eded to those of the nine pre Vious months Rah the years total to 137 four persons have died and 49 have been injured other counties traffic Statis tics for october Caldwell 15 accidents three injured Daviess 21 accidents two killed eight injured Grundy 15 accidents one killed 10 injured Harrison 19 accidents 11 injured Mercer seven accidents mrs bobbins attends state Hospital meeting wednesday thursday and Friday mrs Chester Robbins chairman for District no 1 represented the auxiliaries of Carrollton Maryville and St Joseph hospitals at the 46th an Nual conference of the Missouri South Vietnam to join in Paris peace talks investigate Accident on North Washington an Accident at Park Lane and North Washington was investigated by local police at last night involved were a 1962 Ford driven by Nancy Craft 210 Jackson and a 1961 Chevrolet driven by Chillicothe Dorothy Mcclure there was Moder ate damage to the right front fender and Grill of the Ford and moderate damage to the left front fender of the Chevrolet the Accident occurred As miss Craft was pulling from Park Lane to go onto Washington apparently didst see the vehicle striking it in the left front with a degree in metallurgical engineering he joined Elcor in april of 1966 As director of research and development 3is experience before joining Elcor was in the metallurgical development and nonferrous mining Industry he is the son of or and mrs Roy Musgrove red 1 Chillicothe or Campbell stated that re cent activities of the minerals division could have a significant effect on Elors growth he said Elcor had recently entered into an agreement to lease the Nancy Lee mine and 600 adjoining mining claims in the Sil Verriche Coeur Dalene mining District of Montana subject to approval by stockholders of Nancy Lee mines the Holder and previous operator of the property initially Elcor will concentrate on extending the proven Ore reserves of the Nancy Lee mine and exploring in detail the geochemical Anoma lies found in prior investigations Campbell also stated that the minerals division has been awarded a prospecting permit for Coal by the department of Interior on approximately 000 acres in Oklahoma this Prospect would fit Well into Al Cors natural resources con Campbell said Elcor Australia Ltd has been granted mining leases by the South Australia minister of mines covering More than one million acres these leases in clude Square Miles of Kangaroo Island which is the entire Island except for a Small Flora and Fauna Reserve Al Cors initial exploration will be directed to those areas on which magnetic anomalies have been found by the South Australia geological Survey mining leases for Gypsum and other minerals have also been granted Elcor Australia in the Lake Macdonnell and Scala Bay areas of South Australia Field examinations will be made to evaluate the suitability of these areas for of Gypsum raw material Hospital association at the Sheraton Jefferson hotel St Louis she was one of seven District chairmen honoured by the Missouri Hospital association at a luncheon in the Adolphus room of the hotel auxiliary members enjoyed the following an Exchange of ideas an american woman encounters communism in eur Ope and Asia by mrs Elbert Cole Kansas City the presi dents reception by president and Charles nato Alert was fiasco Alliance to reorganize procedures now that invasion teaches lesson by Arthur l Gashon associated press writer Brussels Allied military officials acknowledged privately today the North Atlan tic treaty organizations Alert system was found to be faulty and largely ineffective after the russian led invasion of Czecho Slovakia As a result orders have been issued by the supreme com Mander of the Allied Powers in Europe Gen Lyman l Lem Oitzer for the reorganization of natos Alert procedures this process is now under Way spokesman for Lemnitzer declined official comment on statements made in London Fri Day by lard Wigg a former British labor minister Wigg said something of fiasco developed within nato after the czechoslovak invasion aug 2021 he asserted key offi cers in communications lines of command were not available to pass along orders for a Europe Ivide standby decided upon As one Way of demonstrating the alliances concern Over the thrust by the soviet Union and four of its Warsaw pact allies but natos Secretary general manlio Brosio told newsmen the nato Council never in fact decided to Call an Alert therefore Brosio said lord Wiggs charges Are lacking the essential basis of despite the Secretary Gener als disclaimer French officials Boome of glad you Fulton we Are Are col Saigon differences expected to be ironed out Brussels american authorities fore ast today an Early Start of Ull scale Vietnam peace Alks in Paris with the Sal gon government taking part they said the likelihood s that each of the four Par ies to the conference would have its own views about its individual status and the status of the other participants this problem of status Hai Een at the heart of the object ions raised by president Nguy n Van Thieu government to attending the Paris conference Thieu boycotted the talks after he United states and North Vietnam had arranged that both he Saigon authorities and readers of the Viet songs a ional liberation front should enter the Parley Saigon refuses to Accord even implied recognition to the nil ebels who Are bidding for pow r in South Vietnam the officials said temporary problem of Saigon objections soon will be settled ind the conference will begin n Paris before too Long Bint hey declined to offer a Defini Ion of what before too Long might mean this sunny american forecast came after Thieu had received j s ambassador Ellsworth Buker once again Friday discuss a Way for Saigon to take part in the talks aides reported some Progress toward agreement As officials Here put things the problem now a mounts to this agreeing problems of procedure arid Wai the people with the guns in their hands can come to the Confer ence table and put a Sto pfc the War the informants cautioned thai the talks that lie ahead will big Long and hard both on proce Dure and substance and Whitt they go on the fighting on ground in South Vietnam will be hard too More on Page 3 column 3 laugh it off id return his ring but he never gave me Onei Broome president and Ted o Lloyd executive director for basics for a Well mrs har old Baker area county chair Man of volunteers St Louis the psychology of the 111 and de Davis psychiatric social work supervisor of mental health Jefferson City the Hospital or Lawrence Filosa Vic president of St Johns med ical Center Joplin luncheon the medias View of Spencer Allen editorial director Knox to St Louis that invisible some or Wesley Hager min ister of the Grace United meth Odist Church St Louis auxiliary committee mrs w e Yancey state Leader mrs Chester Robbins chair Man for District no 1 mrs Donald Greene chairman for District 2 mrs Angus Mccol Lum chairman District 3 mrs Robert Bagby chairman District 4 mrs Spencer Allen chairman District 5 mrs How Ard Moser chairman District 6 frs Stanley Woods chair Man District 7 and mrs Rob Ert Roark auxiliary Liaison officer Jefferson City a skit happiness auxiliary Mem Bers from Barnes and jewish hospitals St Louis and the annual banquet with or Sterl ing Price minister of the third Baptist Church of St Louis As guest speaker the meeting was adjourned by the newly installed president for 19g9 Robert Guy administrator Missouri Baptist Hospital town and country to mrs Mansfield Here mrs Bertha Mansfield to Gard arrived thursday for a several Days visit with her daughter mra j l Brig Htwe 1318 Webster jambs Thomas Oliver of Chillicothe is pictured at received insignia As one of 34 Roth cadets designated As distinguished military students at the University of Missouri Columbia the insignia was pinned on him by col Claude in Barton professor of military science cadets must rank in the upper third of the Roth class have acceptable academic class standing and must display outstanding leadership potential to win the insignia moreover they May become Elig Ible for regular army commissions upon graduation Oliver is the con of or and mrs Tom Oliver

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