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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1965, Chillicothe, Missouri News notes of local happenings transacting business Eusenia tout of 300 locus Street went to Jefferson City yesterday and transacted the Joneses to Iowa and Jones of Utica left today for Sioux when they will spend several Days visit ing business visitor Walter Kansas City visited today in Chillicothe with while Here Ewers looked after business meeting at Hall the members of the pos auxiliary will meet at the pos Hall at 8 Oclock tuesday evening november War mothers to meet the american War mothers Wil meet at 2 Oclock monday after in the Council room of City new officers will by Dick Woolsey to Hospital Dick Woolsey was transferred yesterday afternoon from Sperry rest Home to Chillicothe Hospital by Chillicothe coach and ambulance weekend with the riddles and Donald Riddle o Browning Are spending the week end with riddles or and Oral Riddle of 717 Broad Way guest of Cousin Tom is a guest this week in the hour of 1025 Locust Taylor and mrs Reynolds Are Connie stretch is Home miss Connie who is employed at Kansas is Home for the weekend with her or and Russell Terry and of 630 with the Wilkerson and Jerry Wilkerson who reside in Are week end guests in the Home of Wil persons and mrs Jack Wilkerson of 1215 Board meeting monday a Board meeting of the Chillicothe Hospital auxiliary will be held at 2 Oclock monday afternoon the Board members Are asked to meet in the doctors lounge at Thanna Webb leaves Anna Webb will return to Morrow to her Home in Kansas City after spending one month visiting her Lona Wells of Dawn and Glenn Ferguson ant Ferguson of Maryville students Home Linda Beth Hamilton Shirley Carol Cher Janene Anc Mike All students a Northwest Missouri state College at Are Home for the from los and Bill Thomas arrived Friday evening from los for a visit with or Thomas and mrs Roy Thomas and mrs Keith Moore and they will also visit with relatives in the Cunningham return and mrs Cunningham continued on Page three sorority selects Karen Gordon to ride in Parade miss Karen freshman a the University of was one of four selected from the Al Pha Chi sorority to ride in the Homecoming Parade this morning in Karen was chosen the outstand ing pledge of Alpha Chi last week and will Wear the travelling pin this Honor is bestowed for Leader ship participation As Well As Scho Lastic miss Gordon recently planned and directed a which was presented on parents Day 9 at sorority miss daughter of and Donald was a 1965 graduate of the Chillicothe High the weather fair weather ahead North wet Missouri Gentr fair and Zittu warmer this southwesterly winds 15 to 30 Miles per continued fair tonight and not quite so warm Low tonight 50 to nigh Sun Day near official yesterdays maximum yesterdays minimum today minimum precipitation none River falling year ago today Avi mum 72 minimum 33 cnut Corthe vol tvs daily edition october 1965 six pages marines Stop Viet Cong human wave assault american casualties moderate in hand to hand South Viet 30 using pistols and fighting Handt hand from their beat off a human wave As Sault by the Viet Cong in the Early morning darkness today 10 Miles Southwest of a a military spokesman said 56 Viet Many of them were he described casualties among the 300 marines As one Marine was badly two of its 14 men were killed and the rest the spokesman the Viet Cong also mortared the special forces Camp at plei me in the Central Highlands and launched a flurry of new assaults in the Mekong a 13yearold boy was among the Viet Cong dead at Danang marines said he had been Selling soft drinks to americans in the area and they found drawings of key installations on his we dropped a lot of Viet Cong with said Harry dowdy of they came right up to our we fired at a Range of 10 the by an estimated 100 Viet Cong from a Force of was the second against marines in the Danang area since when a Viet Cong suicide squad in filtered the Marble Mountain air facility and destroyed and damaged 38 Danang is the size of the big american air base 380 Miles Northeast of the guerrillas broke through the Marine defense perimeter today and overran Bunker after an hours the Viet Cong broke and marines and Viet namese fanned out in in Saigon senior military sources gave another indication o increased communist they reported North Viet Nam has sent Waves of fresh troops into the Highlands North of the capital for what could be one of the showdown Battles of the the sources said 10 to 11 regi ments Are roaming the area seven of them were described As North vietnamese units accompanied by heavy weapons Bat the attack on the company of marines near Danang was made by both hardcore vie1 Cong and the s spokesman marines said the youngsters had been recruited a few hours earlier at a Village and forced to join in the one captured Viet Cong was quoted As saying that he belonged to a hardcore battalion of 400 men that massed in the mountains late Friday for the the Viet Cong attack opened with recoilless Rifle mortar fire at the height of the marines engaged the Viet Cong in vicious Handt hand fight ing in tents in the Marine bivouac on other ground Viet Cong guerrillas attacked the Spe Cial forces Camp at plei me with mortar and Small arms fire Friday the Small arms fire continued into the Camp underwent a siege that was lifted Early this week after Battles estimated to have Cost the Viet Cong 750 Junior High has 532 at annual parents night five Hundred thirty two children and adults attended the second an Nual parents night of the Chillicothe Junior High school thursday the group met in the auditorium or talks by principal John Estelle and guidance Counselor Duane Hensley and saw a the parents then went through abbreviated classroom schedules of their Chil refreshments were served in the cafeteria to close the evenings rites for Wallis set for 2 sunday funeral services for Thomas Lillie May Wallis of who died yesterday morning at the Chillicothe will be held at 2 Oclock sunday afternoon at the Dawn Baptist the Harry Clifton will con duct the burial will take Dace in the Collar which s located near the family will receive visitors n the Chapel of the Austin funeral lome at Tina from 7 to 9 Oclock this City warns against Lea burning in streets mayor Frank Lang said today that it had been brought to the at Tention of he City that persons Are burning leaves in the Lang said this is a violation of City statutes and that the persons Are subject to he added that some persons were reported to have burned leaves on streets that recently were Resur faced with a practice that he regards As particularly foolish As it jeopardizes the Street Lillie Young Dies Al Hospital widow of former county treasurer was to be held at 2 monday Lillie Tabitha widow of Charlie died at Fri Day evening at the Chillicothe hos who had been in failing health two had been a patient at the Hospital nine she was a daughter of Benja min Wilson and Rachael Par attended school at on she married Young in Chilli Young died on july and Young resided on a South of until Jan uary 1933 when they moved to Chillicothe for a Young was elected county treasurer in november he served two terms As treasurer on the demo cratic ticket and a term on the county court in Young is survived by a Raymond Belle South Dakota and a miss Rachel Yyoung of the 1024 Polk she also leaves a Charley Chil in addition to her she was preceded in death by a brother and a memorial services for Young will be held at 2 Oclock monday afternoon from the Chapel of the Norman funeral Home with the Earl methodist conducting the interment will be in the family lot in the Wheeling the casket will be closed at the beginning of the service and will not be sons was born 1877 in she stolen Ball game Calls handled by City police Chillicothe police spent a rather quiet night last and received Calls ranging from unlocked doors to a stolen along with hundreds of Calls about the score of the Chillicothe Macon football at last police received a Call from Raymond of route reporting that i Uisu coi his car had been stolen while it was Church parked on Elm Between Cal Houn and Webster the vehicle was a 1958 at the owner reported to officers that he had found the parked on North officers reported at that a door was unlocked at the Friend tire the owner was contacted by at this the police department received a Call want ing officers at the Lambert More mild weather headed for Missouri Kansas 30 Ulmore mild weather is forecast for mis the highs sunday will be in the upper 60s and to the mid fridays highs ranged from 74 at Joseph to 63 at Cape Girardeau and the lows this morning from 31 at Cape Girardeau to 49 at Colum car Nils train at Utica crossing three persons escape with minor injuries vehicle is three persons escaped with Only minor injuries yesterday when the vehicle in which they were struck a burling ton freight the Accident occurred at at the North end of Utica at a Burlington Railroad involved was a 1953 driven by Albert of and an eastbound Burlington freight the train was in route from Joseph to Brookfield when the Accident the Oldsmobile was completely demolished and apparently there was no damage to the the Oldsmobile towed from the scene by a Berger the Accident occurred As the train was travelling East through and the Nichols vehicle was going North on a gravel Nichols apparently did not hear the whistle of the approaching in and struck the front of the his wife heard the warning yelled at her Hus but was unable to get him to Stop the car in the patrol was lion Nichols received a bruised left his wife suffered bruised jaw and left and their 3 Mont hold received a Bruise on his another age was not in officers reported that the Nic hols family were treated by a Chillicothe vandals desecrate York Cathedral with red paint 30 vandals today desecrated York spraying red paint on the lectern and archbishops chair in an action similar to that yester Day at Canterbury York Cathedral is in Northern England and separated by about 200 Miles from Canterbury in the a Spray also was used at Canterbury to Daub red and Blue paint Over an altar the archbishops chair and the Tomb of the Black the action there was believed in reaction to Michael Ramsey statement that Force might be justifiable in Ramsey was archbishop of York before moving to by tradition an archbishop of York is groomed for highest office in the anglican the Dean of Alan Rich said today paint dabbing was the work of some traffic log Jefferson Missouri Highway patrols traffic death log for the 24 hours ended at Midnight last 24 so far this same time last 217 eleven Chillicothe patrolmen Are pictured together on the West Steps of the City left to right front Keith Richard Harold Eskew and George Middle Henry Sam and Pat Back Virgil Gerald Jack Dickerson and Harry Steve who was on and Chet Lawson were not present for the police chief Russell Dusenberry directs the 13man staff of Given 6year term in Colorado Bank robbery 30 Deputy police chief John was sentenced Fri Day to a six year term in prison for his part in a Bank robbery at District judge Alfred Arraj sentenced Greet but stipulated he could be considered for parole prior to expiration of the dinner guests flee studio fire damage to movie sets More them 30 flames raced through movie sets at two Hollywood studios last driving guests from tables at an outdoor film stars Steve Elke Martha Hyer and Rory Calhoun were among the diners who fled As the fire suddenly flared up at the end of a simulated West Ern no one was a fire official estimated damage at the two and More than the cause is delegates to the National Thea Ter owners of America Clad in Western garb issued for the were sitting Down to a Barbecue dinner on the set of a forthcoming Paramount Western when the flames spurted up at the Fence separating Desilus from Par flames Rose 200 feet in the air As the fire raced through false front Western buildings at Paramount and through stored staging at scenery and vacationed in ozarks Leonard m r Nellie Stewart and Beulah have re turned from a vacation in the ozarks and in hot where they visited and Miksch remained for a few Days visit with signing a proclamation for Catholic youth mayor Frank Lang affixes his name to the document in the study of the Orlis North of Columbas officers of the Catholic youth organization look from Tom Dick Patti Donna and Jim stale official attack at game Alabama Flowers suffers Cut and swollen 30 up Alabama Richard suffering a Cut and Swol Len said today that he was the victim of an apparently by two assailants at a football game last the taller haired official said that he and his Paul Flowers of had just left their seats at the doth Anlee High school football game when a Young Man described As a stranger about 2025 years suddenly called him by name and reached out As though to shake Flowers said that As he extended his own the Man suddenly grape it in both and a second appearing suddenly beside lashed out with his catch ing Flowers in the Flowers said it hit right on the i was out on my feet for a few staggering Back he said the Man who had pinned his hand said something like who was that Why did he do that then dropped my hand and ran into the he said his brother shouted Stop that but by he had slowed through the knocking people the state official said that he was addled for about 20 minutes after it and i had a blinding Flowers had been an outspoken moderate on the racial he gained considerable National at Tention recently As prosecutor in the murder trial of a Kun flux Klansman in Lowndes county in the slaying of Viola a White civil rights he said in the past that he has received he declined to comment on the reason for the he expressed the How that the attack evidently had 3een planned in in View of the timing of the two men in duplicate Bridge tournament dates set for 911 the third and final duplicate Bridge tournament for the de and Mary Wolter trophy will be played 9 and 11 at the Bridge t will be an individual All interested in playing Are to Regis Ter with Keith Beardmore on or before last years Winner of the fall tournament was Joel Murphy finished second and Lewis Anderson and Jim Saale tied for Beardmore holds the Wol Ter trophy this eleven players Are in the Lead following the Spring and summer by reason of having scored average or they Are Joel Nolan Keith Jim Saale Joel Nolan Chap willed Rod Standley Bryan government employs civilians 30 Buthe Federal government employed civilians in an increase of Over a year a Senage House committee reported the total was less than the August a decline largely caused by seasonal the committee the monthly report by the joint committee on reduction of non essential Federal expenditures said were working for civilian agencies and for military first Baptist revival underway tomorrow cottage prayer meetings Are also the revival at the first Baptist Church will begin tomorrow and will continue through no vember in conjunction with the cottage prayer meetings Are being those persons planning to attend should arrive at 10 Oclock on the scheduled the meeting places Are As Fol lows and Wayne Wade of 1108 and Steele of 916 and John Roark of 404 Cherry and Walter Miller of 613 Tressia Mcclain of 228 Nichols of 1515 and and George Colton of 1122 Clay and John Evans of 1112 and Phillips of 430 and Perry Lee of 624 Cherry and George Bril los of 1721 Selma Goben of 424 and and Rufus Frizzell of 1210 welfare group hears 01 economic programs Hal Hess of human resources la the Livingston county child Wel fare advisory committee met thursday at the first presbyterian Herman chair Twenty members and guests were the invocation was by the Medford pastor of the first Baptist Hal director of the human resources development Corpora Tion for Caldwell and Daviess was the he reviewed what is be ing done in these counties and the goals it Hope Sto the committee members Dis cussed the various components that lad been written and turned Down and monies allocated for some pro they compared Progress in this area of Missouri with Progress in other there was considerable discussion on planning and framework necessary for in Chillicothe Hospital James 1602 Rose accompanied by returned Friday morning by air ambulance from Burke who has been a patient at marys Hospital in Rochester with Eunice Mclaughlin since has entered the Chilli Apfl Cote Hospital new Beulah Dickerson of Forrest Mccreary and ton arrived Here yesterday to visit Edwin Columbus House comes up with plan for expect prolonged floor fight on what committee Colls Compromise Jefferson the House reapportionment com Mittee Friday produced the nos of a prolonged floor fight next week by coming up with what it called a Compromise plan for redistricting the Missouri the vote in committee was 54 with one member not the committee split appeared to be a forecast of the Battle to come when the Bill is ready for House possibly the committee accepted a constitutional amendment proposal if approved by the would Call for a 20member bipartisan commission to redistrict the House under the Federal courts one Manone vote the congressional committees of each party would nominate two the governor would have to hold at least three Public hear Ings on redistricting before sub mitting a then anyone could file an objection to any portion of the postal within 15 others would have an additional 15 Days to file answers to the original then the commission could use its original plan or any modification but its decision would be the committee also approved a so called interim redistricting Bill drawn up after months of work by Morran Glair it sets up 163 districts and could be used temporarily to pre vent the need of costly special election on any constitutional amendment approved by the legis or it could be used until the 1970 Federal census forced a new redistricting based on population thursday the Senate passed governors own plan for House it would set up a member bipartisan commission selected by the governor from two panels submitted by the Sute conv mittens of the two it matted for member the House committee version Calli for a 163member the As who have been with their r Dickerson will visit daughter and returned this morning from cancer group holds quarterly meeting certificate presented to Hazel at the quarterly meeting of tit Livingston county unit of american cancer society held Fri Day in the Home of Yarbrough committee chairmen gave their Reginald final phase statistics of the six year cancer prevention which were distributed by the local unit Are to be turned in by state Secretary of the Missouri division of the american cancer at a re cent state meeting in Jefferson accepted a certificate of appreciation for being in the u counties in Missouri i per capita giving in also a certify Cate of appreciation As one of the top twelve counties to better its Best in Ernest service reported the unit served 35 patients sending them to Ellis Fischel these patients were helped with she also reported 1180 cancer nos were made with Over 603 Ings being used in the Bernard Ross and Delbert crusade chairmen gave Justin education Al reported a number of educational talks and films an announcement was made that a showing of a cancer film for All women of Livingston county would be held in the near future to state Secretary of the Missouri division of american cancer make reservations members of the City federation of women clubs Are reminded to make reservations by monday noon with Hugh i for the smorgasbord lunch Eon to be held at 1 Oclock wedness Day at the strand Charles wildlife author and will be the guest laugh it off Best Salesman it

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