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Brookfield Daily News Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 11, 1977, Brookfield, Missouri Volume 99the daily news bulletin and the Marceline news the Bucklin Herald the Mew Cambria Leader member of the associated press monday july la 1977. Brookfield Mosouri number 55 Var Auad the la by the associated press h a Reeed Springfield author Tnge of drinking glasses today tiles say a Man described prompted by evidence of High As being in his Early 20s at Lead Content in the design on tempted to hold up the Empire Mcdonald a promotional ban a main facility in East Springfield this morning. A i a a. Lake Ozark a a camping trip turned into tragedy today when a teenage boy died from Carbon monoxide poisoning and his two Sisters were hospitalised after fumes leaked into their camper near Lake Ozark to. A Jefferson City to Missouri s supreme court today ruled that st. John s mercy Hospital in st. Louie must pay property taxes on a Hospital nursing school building which had been converted to other uses v st. Joseph st. Joseph file fighters Are voting today on whether they Wanjo be represented by a full fledged Union. A a aaa it Sedalia one of three Escapee from the Pettis county jail is scheduled to be returned to Sedalia today. A a in 5a \ st. Loue one Man was killed and a second injured in a shooting incident last night on the North Side of st. Louis. A Springfield a some 30 members of the teamsters Union were picketing today at the warehouse serving Consumers grocery store in the Springfield area. Jefferson City Azole county Man facts 25 traffic charges following an Early morning police Chase that covered about 35 Miles in and around Jefferson City. A Kansas City one suspect has been released pending investigation after he confessed to shooting a 29-year-old Kansas City Man late last night outside a motorcycle club. 06age Beach a dragging operations have stopped for the night in the search for an 18-year-old Kansas City youth believed drowned in the Lake of the ozarks. Osage Beach six persons jumped into the Lake of the ozarks today and escaped serious injury after the boat they were in Ca tight fire. V v Kansas City a former California governor Ronald Reagan will be the featured speaker next month at a fund raising dinner in Kansas City for the Jackson county re pub. Lican committee. A a a Columbia a Secretary of state James Kirkpatrick says he Hopes to meet with representatives from the state s farming cooperatives to discuss tightening state Laws. Desloge a authorities say a 39-year-old Desloge Man was shot to death by police last night after he allegedly fired several the officers. Aaa Sedalia a a Young Man tentatively identified As one of a Trio that broke out of glasses. A a new Orleans new Orleans International Airport remains closed As workmen attempt to remove a do to a Airliner that skidded off a runway. Last night and became mired in mud. A aaa Jerusalem israeli officials say agreement has been reached with Egypt to been reached with Egypt to. Comply fully with terms of the 1975 interim Sinai peace Accord. Phoenix a trial proceedings begin today in Phoenix for two men charged in the murder of Arizona investigative reporter Don boites tin 1975. Hijacking standoff continues at Helsinki catching these commuter trains is murder. Kathy i Ihk Mann left races for the Wagon which has already left the station on Meadville a coi Street during the saturday morning he Jne Tokyo a japanese prime minister Fukuda a party has managed to retain control of Che upper House of Paella r. A a. Ment by enlisting the support a they Are the Quot daughters of of. And mrs. John Linkem Tenn Mead on Meadville. $ a Coil Street during the saturday morning nos coming Parade. Supplying the pedal Power is sister Stacey Limkemann. Of three winning Independent candidates in yesterdays election. A a i it i London about 11,000 leftists and 4,000 British police clashed today at a London film processing Plant that a become the focus of a Union recognition dispute. A Kent Ohio a attorneys for Kent state University in Ohio Are in court seeking an order that would Force demonstrators off the site of the 1970 Campus shootings. Washington the Senate is expected to vote today on who should control production and deployment of Neutron bombs. Stockholm swedish authorities have retracted their report that a Small plane was carrying two hijackers of a soviet Airliner from the Helsinki finial Airport. Washington the postal services Board of governors today approved president Carters a citizen rate a postal plan that Calls for keeping first class letter rates at 13 cents but raising first class business letters to 16 cents. Washington administration and organized labor sources say president Carter is to Ourine to Congress plans endorsed by the of Licio to make Union organizing easier. Airman Walter Jones to Colorado Basa airman Walter c. Jones jr., son of mrs. Dorothy l. Risco it. I new Cambria has been assigned to Lowry ,colo., after completing air Force Basic training. During the six weeks at Lackland fab tex., the airman studied the air Force Mission organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Completion of this training earned the individual credits towards an associate the Pettis county Jau Over in applied science degree the weekend was arrested through the Community col Ville. A news bulletin photo Homecoming Parade dance Lesa Holcer 13-year-Oid daughter of or. And mrs. Marvin Holcer Meadville Friday night was crowned Princess of the Meadville Homecoming. The ceremonies held in ther-4 gymnasium featured Talent presentations from each of the ten entrants. Lesa performed a cheer leading routine. First runner up was Paula Sargent la daughter of or. And mrs. Larry Sargent Meadville. She presented a floor exercise. Timing for second were Mendl by Rocta and Mary Ann Gaug. Mendill the daughter of or. And mrs. Tom Burtch Chula played a guitar Solo while Mary Annio daughter of or. And mrs. Elmer Gaug jr., played a piano Solo. Other contestants were Susie Lynn copelin to daughter of or. And mrs. Richard copelin Linneus Kimberly Ann Zulig 12, daughter of or. And mrs. Jim Caldwell Wheeling Cheri Dee Foster 12, daughter of or. And Foster Meadville Kina Houston to daughter of or. And mrs. Terry Coin Meadville Melissa Ann Meyers la daughter of or. And mrs. Bob Lowe Meadville and Dee Richey 12, daughter of or. And mrs. Jim Richey Meadville. Saturday morning the annual Parade was held under Clear skies As the weekend rain broke for the final Day of first place for the most original float was the Meadville civic club. Named the most Beautiful float was the entry from Junior bees 4-h club. In the antique division Kenneth Pankey s car was first Ben Jackson s was second. George Elliotts entry won the Best hitch division. It the Meadville Saddle club had the most riders a hered. Best rider was judged to be Erwin Shearer while Mary grime was named the Best woman rider. Blaine Smith had the most unusual pet. The prize for the Best decorated tricycle went to Heather Warren while Joe Munstermann won first in the sports and hobbies division. The Best costumed couple was Craig Stratton and Don pretty Man. The Best individual costume was worn by Dave Dennis. Kim Belzer bad the Best decorated bicycle. Jim Bargar was chairman of the Parade which also featured a legion color guard the r-4 marching band and Chillicothe shrine s rolling rascals Scooter team. The annual Homecoming Drew to a close saturday night with a Street dance played for by the country classics. Stockholm a authorities in Finland say two hijackers who seized a soviet jetliner on a Domestic flight have released More than half of their 79 hostages in Helsinki. Five other hostages reportedly escaped. A. The f Innesh officials say the hijackers threatened to blow up the plane unless it was refuelled but four deadlines have passed without incident. Foreign ministry officials in Sweden had reported that the hijackers had left Helsinki in a Light plane. But they retracted the report blaming the misunderstanding on a communications problem with finnish officials. Apparently what happened was that according to Airport k to facials the two hijackers had been offered a Small plane but. Hat they turned the offer Edwil. Authorities in Finland say negotiations Are continuing. But they Haven to Given an indication of the hijackers to fives or what kind of weapons they have. A russian Diplomat in Stockholm is quoted As saying the latest hijacking of a soviet Airliner is the result of the swedish governments attitude toward International terrorism. The plane continues under siege at the Airport in Helsinki. It had been bound for Sweden. _ the soviet Diplomat a who did not want to be identified commented in an interview with the swedish Domestic news Agency. He took note of Sweden a decision not to extradite the soviet citizen who hijacked a russian aircraft to Sweden in May. He stated that Sweden a refusal to comply with the soviet demands for extradition is a provocation against All countries fighting terrorism he added that t h e swedish official attitude even encourages such acts. F Inland and the soviet Union in 1974 signed a bilateral treaty designed to prevent hijackings. This would mean an automatic extradition of the to o s p v i e t s who com Mande red a soviet Aeroflot Jet and Fie y it to Helsinki sunday should they surrender to finnish authorities. According to the Board of aviation in Helsinki Finland has signed All International anti hijacking treaties in add coition to the treaty wit i the soviet Union. This agreement Calls for automatic extradition of any soviet hijackers coming to the soviet Union is the Only country to have signed such a treaty with Finland. The hijackers seized the soviet Domestic Jet with 79 passengers an of Crew aboard last night and demanded that they be flown to Stockholm the plane landed in Helsinki apparently because it had insufficient fuel. Airport police in Stockholm say the hijackers left Helsinki aboard a Cessna but their destination is not known. Finnish authorities did not confirm the Takeoff report. In addition to the hostages who were released five of the remaining 29 male hostages reportedly managed to escape through the Back door of the plane. Meanwhile Security at the Stockholm International Airport is tight because Bil ministers Are arriving for a meeting of the organization of Petroleum exporting countries. Sweden had earlier said it would not let the hijackers into the country. Finnish officials. Say the pair then demanded to be flown to of some other country and threatened to blow up the plane unless it was refuelled. I. Chancelor and Abc continue As twosome new York up Abc says John Chancellor has reached a new Long term agreement with Abc news and will continue a co Anchor map with David Brinkley on the net worlds Quot nightly sews Quot a. A / terms of the agreement were not announced. But the executive vice president of Abc hews Les Crystal said it was Good for v More than tji rhe he said the new agreement was concluded Friday. Published reports suggested that cb6 was interested in getting Chancellor to replace Erie Sevareid As a nightly news commentator when Sevareid reaches the mandatory retirement age of 65 honors at Baker Mary Lou Smith daughter of let a Burns 811 1/2 West Wood Brookfield is one of 46 Baker University students who maintained a 3.75 or better Grade Point average for the Spring semester. Baker University is located in Baldwin City and is the oldest College in the state of Kansas. Five men injured yesterday in tractor pickup crash three of five men injured yesterday in a tractor Nick collision Are in satisfactory condition this morning at Pershing memorial Hospital tamed a fractured right thigh severe lacerations to the left hand and possible internal injuries. Both also were passengers Brookfield. Two others have in the pickup. Today As he hitchhiked in the st. Louis area. Anchorage officials of the trans Alaska Oil pipeline say they will decide today whether Oil can be routed around the site of a pump station explosion. Washington presidential Energy adviser James Schlesinger says president Carter has rejected proposals that surplus alaskan Oil be traded for japanese Oil. Washington South Dakota senator James Abourezk is proposing a constitutional amendment to allow the Public to initiate and approve new Laws in general elections. Oakland calf. The Chowchilla mass kidnapping trial begins today in Oakland Calif with opening arguments three men in their 20s Are charged with kidnapping 26 school children and heir bus Driver a year ago this week. Detroit a jurors trying to reach a verdict in the Case of two nurses charged with poisoning patients of a veterans Hospital will make Anotn a go of it today in Detroit ifs the 13th straight Day of deliberations. Washington the environmental Protection Agency will Quot begin widespread test v it. A a. Legs of the air Force. Airman Jones winnow receive specialized training in the munitions and weapons maintenance told. The airman is a 1976 Grid it uate of Northwest High school House Springs to. N/10 been transferred to a Columbia Hospital. A report of their conditions was unavailable. Hospital authorities listed satisfactory cond it ions for Ronald k. Howerton 25,Brunswick Douglas d. Finney 24, Browning and Michael v. Jamison 22, Independence. The Highway patrol said Howerton Driver of a 1976 Chevrolet pickup suffered a fractured lower right leg multiple Lac Erat ions and abrasions and a possible jaw fracture Jamison a a passenger in the truck sustained severe facial lacerations bruises and abrasions to the body Finney sustained possible rib fracture injury to the right knee bruises and abrasions to the body. Finney was operating a 1968 John Deere farm tractor with a Hay loader on the front transferred last night to a Columbia Hospital were Barry a. Lauhoff 21, Mendon and Gary. Martin 21, Triplett. The patrol said Lauhoff sustained severe facial lacerations possible jaw fracture right wrist fractures lacerations and abrasions to the body. Martin reportedly sus according to patrol reports the two vehicles collided at the Bottom of a Hill on a gravel Road about nine Miles Southeast of Par Din. Reports skid both vehicles were in the Middle of the Road and struck on. The Hay loader on the tractor penetrated the front of the truck to the seat the patrol said. No arrests were made. Is a Brookfield ,65-year-old malty Ellen Welsh 110 South Monroe Street was cited for careless and imprudent driving saturday evening after her car struck the Backol another. Police said Agnes i. Brown 52, Quincy 111., told them she had slowed her car and was pulling Over the the curb when the car was struck. Mrs. Welsh told officers she was looking to her right at a House. It a \ both vehicles were northbound on South Monroe Street. The Accident occurred at 6 45 . An 18-year-old Broo Flower Michael d. Scott 137 High Street sustained a bump and a Small Cut to his head yesterday when his car struck an electric pole. Police said he was to seek treatment later. According to reports Scott was driving North when he hit an accumulation of water in the Street. He apparently lost control of the vehicle due to hydroplaning the report stated and the vehicle ran upon a berm and struck a electric pole no arrest was made in the 5 19 . Accident. A two cars collided Friday afternoon As both were being backed from parking spaces at the medical arts building on East Lockling Avenue. Police said Denver Williams Hunt so ill and Queen Ryals 1300 Crest Road were leaving spaces on opposite sides of the lot and backed v into each other. No arrests were made. The Accident occurred at 3 22 . Weekend Missouri traffic fatality vict fans include killed saturday Stephen Cartwright 21, Lone Dell James Christian 57, st ele Dorothy Marie Ellsworth 63, Kansas City lots Douglas 50, Pine Lawn Forrest Stout a 15, Rural Warsaw Daryl Tillman 62, Clarion Iowa Dwight Craig 16, Ridgeway. Killed Friday night David Edward Sonnenmoser 59, Rural Rushville. Lex Al weather High Friday 85, Low 70 High saturday 86, Low 61 High sunday 86, year ago 93 Low sunday 66, year ago 71 overnight Low 65 precipitation .51 Inch rainfall Friday .05 Inch saturday 1.06 sunday to 7 . Princess and court. Lesa Holcer Princess of the Meadville Homecoming is flanked by her court. At left Mary Ami Gaug and mend Burtch tied for second runner up. At right is Paula Sargent first runner up. A news bulletin photo 4--�?�? Carter thumbs up on Plant for uranium enrichment Washington a president Carter has decided to build a new uranium enrichment Plant it Portsmouth today. Total this month 1.62. Ohio using a new technique inches. Ave 3.44 inches. For july Brookfield amp Vicinity variable cloudiness tonight with a Chance of showers and thunderstorms. Low tonight mid 60s. South winds to to 15 except nears tor is through tonight. Tuesday partly Cloudy and warm High near 90. Probability or rain tonight 40 per cent. Missouri Chance of thunderstorms tonight. Low tonight around 70. Sunny West Chance of thunderstorms East tuesday. High around 90. Called the Gas Centrifuge process. Officials say the Plant will Cost an estimated $4.5 billion and will increase . Capacity to process nuclear fuel by almost one third. Carters decision was announced by Robert Fri acting administrator of the Energy research and development administration which manages the nations three uranium enrichment plants. Fri said construction on the new Plant is expected to Start near the end of 1978. The Plant is expected to begin production in 1986 and reach full production in 1988. It die expansion of the facilities will permit the United states to provide enrichment services for new nuclear Power plants in the United states and abroad. The Erda said the expansion will Quot re establish inter which could also be used to produce nuclear weapons materials. However the United states has hot been Able to fill new orders for uranium enrichment promptlhg1 foreign nations seeking nuclear Power f to develop their own fuel pro National credibility for . Messing plants and breeder re As a supplier of enrichment actors. A t services thereby assisting the country a International objectives.�?T�?T. A. V die statement referred to Carters policy of discouraging construction of plutonium producing Quot breeder reactors throughout the world in order to limit the potential spread of nuclear weapons. A Carter also wants to halt the Export of uranium enrichment and fuel reprocessing plants. A the enlargement of . Capacity will enable the nation to offer enrichment service to other nations and reduce the chances of their developing their own processing facilities. The Power producing nuclear reaction is based on a rare form of uranium u-235, which is found mixed in with a More common form u-238. Continued on Page 5 All injured. Four inhabitants of the above pickup truck were injured yesterday afternoon when it collided head on with a farm tractor equipped with a Hay loader. The Driver of the tractor also was injured. \ a news bulletin photo i i 1 a a a i a. N

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