The Kansas City Star from Kansas City, Missouri on December 1, 1968 · 12
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The Kansas City Star from Kansas City, Missouri · 12

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Sunday, December 1, 1968
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I qua County clerk and taught school in Cedar Vale He has lived in Sedan since 1934 LONG DRAFT ROLE ENDS Sedan Kas— Thomas E Hess Sedan retired last week alter 25 years as executive secretary of the Selective Service at Sedan Hess who will be 84 years old in January has served as Chautau- 12A THE KANSAS CITY STAR SMdoy December 1 1948 Dial BA 1-5500 to Place vour Star Want Ads Save 5 cents a line each day by placing tha ads for 3 or more con secutive days — Adv Matter of Race Osteopathic Physicians to Be Decided Medical Group to Consider Widening Their Membership (New York Times News Service) Bal Harbour Fla— Ending racial discrimination among physicians and integrating osteopathic physicians with doctors of medicine will be the main political business facing delegates to the American Medical association’s 22nd an-convention DIAMOND WATCHES All 17-Jewela THE YOUNGEST PLAYERS IN A CHESS TOURNAMENT yesterday at the Garden Center in Loose park were John Brandli (left) 12 of 5720 Sheridan drive Fairway and Mark McDonald (right) 12 of 4622 Wyoming street The tournament was the first one held by the Kansas City Area Chess club for boys and girls under 21 years of age There were 48 entries The club which "was formed this last spring is sponsored by the parks and recreation department It holds regular meetings f rom 6:30 to 11 o’clock Friday nights at the Garden center nual clinical opening today A M A’s policymaking house of delegates is committed to rewriting the association’s bylaws to prohibit the denial of membership to Negro physicians count of color creed race religion or ethnic origin” But more important a further change states that if an applicant is denied membership and if the A M A feels that he has been discriminated against the association “shall admonish RETIRES AT SANTA F E Robert E Lee Ends 52 Years of Railroad Service Robert E Lee road engineer on the Santa Fe railway’s Eastern division at Kansas City retired recently after 52 years of service He was born in Oklahoma City and first began his railroad service as a mechanical helper at Argentine in 1916 and later that year changed to fireman He was promoted to switch engineer in 1926 road fireman on the Eastern division in 1929 and to road engineer in 1941 He lives at 7535 Wyandotte street A Brownell ‘No’ to Nixon Cabinet Job and set up a system of enforcement In addition the convention will consider opening A M A membership to doctors of osteopathy a group of medical professionals who are physicians and surgeons for all practical purposes except that they receive their training in schools of osteopathy rather than medicine If both measures are approved by the 242-member house of delegates meeting here in the Americana hotel the effect would be to open the American health structure more widely to participation by about 20000 osteopathic physicians and Negro doctors The right to practice medicine in many hospitals and to partake of graduate training courses is currently denied to many of them At the A M A’s national convention in June the house of delegates passed a resolution with little overt opposition that called not only for the amending of association bylaws to forbid racial discrimination but also to put teeth in the change Many of the nation’s 7000 Ne- Day-Dat 17-Jewels Elgin Baylor Two Diamonds Two Diamonds Baylor Six Diamonds Baylor Four Diamonds i:-' " : lit New York (AP) — Richard M Nixon President-elect spent a quiet day yesterday working in his offices here Nixon had lunch in his offices with his special emissary to the Johnson administration Robert Murphy and Herbert Brownell former attorney general Brownell whose name has cropped up in speculation for a cabinet post said after the meeting he won’t take a position in the Nixon admmistra-( tion He remains however a' prospect for an appointment to the Supreme court Martin Sweig legislative assistant to Speaker John W McCormack met with Nixon aides and greeted the President-elect briefly Ronald L Ziegler Nixon’s press spokesman reported Ziegler said that no cabinet appointments were likely to be announced until “several days” after Nixon returns from a California trip at the end of next week He said no decisions have been made on any cabinet appointments Ziegler also said the President-elect had no plans to confer with W Averell Harr im an chief American negotiator at the Paris peace talks who is returning to the country this weekend for a short visit IDENT WATCH DUCK HUNTER DROWNS Man Believed Dead After Wading Into River Joplin Mo TAP)— A duck hunter was presumed drowned after he waded into the North Fork river to retrieve two ducks he had shot down about seven miles north of Joplin yesterday He was identified tentatively as Charles Porter 43 of Alba Mo A search for the body was called off at 5:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon and will be resumed today One diver said the current was so swift and deep that he was unable to hold on to an underwater log READ AND USE STAR WANT ADS ' JUST 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