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U.S. Ends Biggest Drive of Viet War By ROBERT TUCKMAN SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP)-U.S. troops in War Zone C called an end today to the biggest operation of the Viet Nam war with the Viet Cong still firing at one American command post. Just about the time the 1st Infantry Division and other U.S. forces terminated Operation Attleboro, Communists unloaded a 30-round mortar barrage on the tactical command post of the division's 2nd Brigade. The U.S. Command said casualties were light in the 35- minute shelling early today. Elsewhere, the U.S. command reported no ground action and South Vietnamese headquarters announced only three small, scattered clashes in which 18 Viet Cong were killed. Over North Viet Nam, monsoon weather persisted and limited U.S. pilots to 29 bombing missions Friday. * * * Off the North Vietnamese coast, two U.S. destroyers reported damaging or destroying five cargo barges during Operation Traffic Cop, the Navy's month-old campaign to halt sea- borne infiltration of supplies. During the 43-day Operation Attleboro, fought in the jungle and brush country of Tay Ninh Province 45 to 65 miles northwest of Saigon, U.S. forces reported killing 1,106 of the enemy. At its peak, the U.S. command deployed 25,000 or more men against file Viet Cong 9th Division and the 101st North Vietnamese Regiment. Official U.S. spokesmen declined to speculate on the whereabouts of the remaining Communist troops, but they were thought to have pulled back into the Tay Ninh jungles or across the border into Cambodia. Over-all U.S. casualties for the operation were officially termed light, although some individual units were hard hit. U.S. spokesmen described as notable the huge amounts of ammunition, food and material seized by U.S. forces. This included a record haul of 2,384 tons of rice. On the political front, the bicameral legislative system after receiving a report from its drafting committee favoring the two-chamber legislature. The assembly is charged with writing a new constitution by March to prepare for the election of a civilian government late next year. Other developments: ' * * * — Sen. Milton R. Young, R- N.D., after conferring with top U.S. AID officials in Saigon, said he believed closer checks were necessary to prevent diversion of American aid into the black market. Young is a member of the Senate Appropriations committee which has a key say in providing money for the military and economic support of the U.S. effort in South Viet Nam. — Relations between South Viet Nam peared to newspaper quoting the Saigon government as allegedly calling Cambodia's chief of state 'the stupid Khmer prince." A Vietnamese Ministry of Information Mission's Services End Special services at Misoissipp County Union Mision come to an end tomorrow. ' Walter K. Ayers has been do< ing the preaching and Margarei and Neal Suddard have been providing ipeical music. Mr. Ayers will speak at ser vices tomorrow at Hie Mission at 2:15 p.m., to conclude a week long revival. and Cambodia ap- worsen with one | country's 117-member Constitu- spokesman denied that the ent Assembly, meeting in Sai-j quote was an official govern- gon, discussed the merits of a | ment statement. Everything Went Wrong INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP)After stopping a speeder, Patrolman David H. Elmore dismounted from his motorcycle its engine idling, to write a ticket. But before he could reach the speeder's car, his machine's gears somehow became gaged and it took off riderless. Elmore couldn't catch it before it rammed a parked car. The speeder drove off. There was damage to the cycle, the parked auto — and Elmore's pride. LIGONIER, Pa. (AP) - A polite, youthful bandit held up the Ft. Ligonier Motor Lodge Friday and walked off with $75, expressing hope "I can some day pay it back." The manager, Bernice Stranahan, quoted the youth as saying, "I'm sorry I have to do this, but I have to have it. Mavbe someday I can pay it back. He was armed, police said. Daily Record Weather Yesterday's high—71 Overnight low—59 Precipitation Past 24 hours (to 7 ! a.m. today—None I Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—42.47 I Sunset today—4:51 I Sunrise tomorrow—8:45 This Date A Tear Ajo Yesterday's high—74 Overnight low—57 Precipitation Jan. 1 to data—47.86 Traffic Accidents The following vehicle accidents were investigated by city police Friday: At 9:50 p.m. L. M. Anderson, 23, 116 West Pecan came to police headquarters and reported that an unknown person had thrown a brick through the rear window of his car while it was parked on South Second and West Ash. R. H. Campbell. 54, 619 Hardin Brawley were involved in a vehicle collision at Broadway and Kentucky at 11:10 a.m. No injuries or charges. Luxora NSC Geared For Christmas Needy families In the Luxora area will be getting baskets of clothing and toys this Christmas if the Neighborhood Service Center there is successful in their efforts. Cub Scouts have been aiding the enter by repairing donated toys; senior citizens have been at work in the Center patching quilts. A Center official said the NSC has clothed 19 children in November and aided a diabetic to get his supply of insulin. Planned activities include a program on town and family improvements to be presented Cecil H. Appl'egate, 28, Route i Dec. 7 in the North Side High D n *r l^C ««J /"'j.nt I,. Ot.,.,,1 O1 r, , I j,, ° School auditorium at 7:30 p.m. During December the county health nurse will be instructing a class on hygiene and family planning, the official said. 4, Box 145 and Curtis Stone, 21. Memphis had an accident at Kentucky and Franklin at 10:15 a.m. Friday. No injuries or charges. Jerrie Dean Walker, 22. 819 McHaney and Mrs. Curtis Dun can, 39, Dell collided in their cars west Main and Railroad at 5:03 p.m. No injuries or charges. James Cletus Hudson, 20, Sedalia, Ky., and Mikie Simon, 16, 300 East Kentucky had an automobile accident on North Sixth and Highway 61. No injuries or charges. World Deaths NEW YORK (AP) - Robert Gordon Shand, 70, a top editor of the New York Daily News for 20 years, died Friday after a long illness. Shand recently retired as executive editor of the News. MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) Mrs. Michael J. King, 80, mother of Gov. John W. King of New Hampshire, died Friday at a hospital where she had been taken Thursday-for treatment of a heart ailment. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Delbert Eugene Rogers, Plaintiff, vs. No. 17010 Wynona Gale Rogers, Defendant. The defendant, Wynona Gale Rogers is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Delbert Eugene Rogers. ' Dated this 10th day of November, 1966 at 10:00 o'clock A.M. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By Betty Coats, 0. C. Guy Walls, Attorney Ed B. Cook, Atty Ad Litem 11-12, 19, 26, 12-3 Oldest Japanese Woman Succumbs WAKAYAMA, Japan (AP) Mrs. Yoshigiuii Ito, reported to be the oldest woman in Japan, died today. She was 110. BFC Club Names Queens for Event BFC Club will stage Its annual drive Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Queens have been selected. They include Mrs. Mary Discon, Ml. Nebo; Mrs. P. J. Yancey, West End; Mrs. T. Evans, Progress; Mrs. Carter, CME Church; Mrs. Howard, Carter's Temple; Mrs. Gibson, Jeremiah Temple; Mrs. Rodgers, Prince of Peace; Mrs. Sanders, Pilgrim Rest; Mrs. Jenkins, Ture Light, and Mrs. Green, St. Paul. Mrs. Louise Higgins will be mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. G. H. Connaway is club president. Prince Is Job Corps Graduate Billy D. Prince, Blytheville, has completed Job Corps training and is presently employed as a material handler with Bruce Floor Company, Memphis. Jobs brps training is intended to provide basic education and work skill necessary to make persons 16 through 21 employable. It is also designed to teach them proper work habits and attitudes. About 70 percent of those who complete the training are placed in jobs, according to the Office of Economic Opportunity. Twenty-one percent enter the armed forces and nine percent return to school. Theft Kills Old Woman BRISTOL, England (AP) Sarah Tucker, 81, died from coal gas poisoning Friday because thieves broke a gas pipe while ripping out 28 pounds of ead piping in a basement kitchen under her apartment, police said. Angola was first cettlcd .by Portuguese wtplortri la 1482. Public junior colleges, in many states called community colleges, have become American education's major "growth industry." New two-year schools are opening at the rate of 50 a year and enrollment, now nearly 1.3 million, is growing at the rate of 200,000 yearly. One out of every three freshmen entering college this fall enrolled at a community college. California heads the states with 80 schools, but the boom extends across the country. Vegetables ACROSS IKind of bean 4 Swiss 8 Green vegetable 12 Rhubarb 13 Proportion 14 Mohammedan name 15 The whole of 16 Lowest deck of a warship 17 Mile sheep 18 Take out 20 Deep hole 21 Glut 22Ests sway 24 Dispatcher 26 Drink (coll.) 27 Accomplishes 28 Transposes (at).) SO Courtesy title 31 Noun suffix 32 Baseball great 33 Love god 35 Lampreys 38 Seaport in Denmark 40 Skillful 42 Chest bonei 43 Unit of reluctance 45 Monkey 46Winglike part 47 Mediterranean Island 49 Unit of weljht 50 Permit * 51 Willow 52 Conclusion 53 Mariner's direction 54 Drops of eye fluid 5! Legal point DOWN 1 Vegetable gardener's implement 2 Lubricators 3 squash 4 Blood money (Scot.) 5 Musical instrument* Answer to Previous Puizlt WlHODUi _ lagraiZ] sail awraa BB Ejan&aa 6 Husband of 33 Roman urban Gudrun (myth.) officials 7 Tumults 34 Deduction 8 Diamond- 36 Lag behind cutter's cup 37 French feminine 9 Pompous show name 10 Puffs up 38 Papal cape 11 One who points 39Expunge a gun 40 Change 19 Newspaper 41 Cultivates, as a printings vegetable 21 Braggarts 23 Exit 25 Redacted 29 Elder (ib.) 30 Thus garden 44 Charles Lamb's pseudonym 47 Witticism 48 Art ILalln) NEWSPAPER ENTUPRISEASSN*. THE GENEROUS UkYMAN UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST LUTHERAN IN AMERICA METHODIST SOUTHERN BAPTIST HISS. Kythevffle (Ark.) Courier News - Saturday, November t», 19M- Page Fhi Members of two of the smallest Protestant denominations in the United States are the most generous in filling collection plates. In a survey of 1965 contributions to 44 major churches, the Yearbook of American Churches found The Wesleyan Methodist Church, with 39,000 members, and The Evangelical Free Church of America, 46,000 members, far ahead. The Episcopal Church led denominations of more than a million. Average per capita contribution was $77.75, $5.71 above the previous year. The Yearbook estimated that Americans contributed some $5.5 billion to all religious bodies during 1965. U.N. Continued from page one Hussein's government for failing to arm them and let them hit back at Israel through command raids. Unrest has been spreading through Jordan border towns since the Israeli reprisal raids were launched two weeks ago. Friday demonstrations spread to the Jordanian sector of Jerusalem and raged until the Arab Legion dispersed the mob with gunfire. At least eight persons were seriously wounded. "Don't Tread On Me" was the motto on the rattlesnake flag carried by the Minutemen in 1775. Services By FUNERAL HOME Integrity When swimming, an electric eel emits a series of 50-volt discharges about 50 times a second. First world's fair was held in Humans breathe In oxygen and breathe out carbon dioxide; plants take in carbon dioxide and give off oxygen. GET LOST AND LOVE IT WITH YOUR NEWSPAPER THE SPORTS PAGE FOR DAD—THE CLUB NEWS FOR MOTHER—FEARLESS FOSWELL'S LATEST ESCAPADES, FOR JUNIOR! THESE FEATURES, AND HUNDREDS MORE, MAKE THE PAPER A MUCH-LOVED MEMBER OF THE FAMILY I make It a regular member . . . srab- -ribe today for lervtce-to-yonr-door. PO 3-4461 BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Blytheville Courier News

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