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Carthage Press (Newspaper) - September 28, 1970, Carthage, Missouri Demings reported improved after Oklahoma mishap a Carthage truck Driver employed by Leggett amp Platt inc. Here this morning was reported improved after an Accident at 8 45 pm. Friday on . 59 near Stilwell. Okla., in which he was injured. Gordon Demings 1718 South Maple was taken to a Stilwell clinic after the Accident where he first was reported to be in critical condition with three fractures of the neck. A company spokesman said he was reported improved today after being paralysed from the neck Down. He reportedly gained movement in his shoulder to his Waist. The tandem Rig driven by Demings reportedly ran into wet pavement at the outskirts of the Stilwell City limits the truck Jac knifing and the trailer striking the right Side of the tractor. The Impact knocked the Driver out of the truck and he de truck the pavement. Darlings reportedly was bound for Carthage with one third of a Load in the trailer from Magnolia Ark. At the time of the mishap. Kansas Titian bound Over on car tampering Phil t. Gilbert 34, Kansas City this morning in Eastern District magistrate court was ordered bound Over to Jasper county circuit court after preliminary hearing on a charge of car tampering. He and his wife were arrested Early last week by Carthage police. She was released after no charges were filed against her. Other cases heard included Paulette Lavon Holman Reeds speeding $9 and costs. Garth Wayne Duckett 831 Sycamore failure to Register a vehicle License continued. Dick Hunsaker Columbus ran. Route i insufficient funds Check hearing set nov. 12. Howard Lemoine Archer Carthage route 4, speeding continued. Earl Clifton Drake Joplin careless and imprudent driving $150 and costs Possession of intoxicants $50 and costs. William Leroy All Ai 116 North Liberty Webb City car theft hearing set nov. 5. Steven Craig Laurence 801 South Roney Carl Junction speeding $80 and costs. Johnny Larry Dore Springfield route 7, littering the Highway $35 and costs. Stephen Karl Hokanson Joplin expired vehicle License $10 and costs. James Raymond Cash 1111 Sycamore driving while intoxicated continued. Phillip Eugene Lewis 1125 Clinton speeding continued. Samuel Millard 1424 Fulton non support continued. Claude Oscar Hicks Kansas City speeding posted $23 Bond. Lawrence dressier Montgomery Terre haute ind., speeding forfeited $27 Bond. Vera Evelyn Pendergraft Shawnee Mission kan., speeding forfeited $27 Bond. Howard Lee Crouch Duenweg careless and imprudent driving forfeited $33 Bond. Woman Hurt in crash one person was injured in a car truck Accident at 10 50 a jul. Today on . 60 in Marionville. Mrs. Pearl Susan Cook 75, wife of Driver j. Hugh to comas Cook 74, Crane route i was taken to Aurora Community Hospital for treatment of a severe laceration to the right forearm. State troopers said the Cook pickup made a left turn in front of a car driven by James Donald Gold 44, Aurora and the Are struck the right front of the truck. Cook was charged with an improper left turn. Flue fire alarm Carthage firemen were summoned at 6 15 p in. Friday to the Dan Lucas Home 1233 South Garrison after a Chimney flue had burned out. No other damage was reported. Candidate for Congress. James r. Wise 83, succumbs services for James Robert Wise 83, 1147 Lyon who died at 3 20 pm. Sunday at the it. Vernon state Sanatorium where he had been a patient nine Days will be at la am. Wednesday at the ulmers funeral Home with Rev. August c. Willm or. Officiating. Burial will be in Park cemetery. James Wise was born june 30, 1887, in Gentry county Missouri moving to Carthage in 1917 from Lawrence county. On july 3,1915, he was married to Lottie Catherine Rinker at it. Vernon. She died Jan. 18, 1966. He was a retired Missouri Pacific Railroad fireman and a member of the Maple Grove methodist Church. Survivors include a son William Glen Wise Fairfield Calif. Four Brothers Wesley Wise 223 Elm Howard Wise 426 West Highland Henry Wise and Richard Wise both of Chesapeake a sister mrs. Charles Ball Webb City three grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Nine county arrests nine week end entries were made on the log at Jasper county jail. Persons jailed or released included Edmund William Byrne 18, Dallas Texas no operators License sunday released later sunday on $23 Bond. Janet Lee Boyd 18, Dallas Texas sunday permitting an unauthorized Driver to drive released later sunday on $23 Bond. Jack Leroy Hendricks 25, Vej Dorado Springs sunday Public intoxication released later sunday on $100 Bond. Donald Lee Thornton 17, Joplin saturday Petit theft released later saturday on $100 Bond. John Jay Spencer 51,417 North Tom Webb City sunday Public intoxication on a Webb City warrant released later sunday to Webb City police. Rawleigh Myers 53, 531 East Galena Webb City Friday Public intoxication on a Webb City warrant released saturday to Webb City police. Jess Ezra Overby 69,501 South Elliott Webb City saturday Public intoxication on a Webb City warrant released later saturday to Webb City police. Clarice Mabel Tygart 57, 321 North Devon Webb City saturday Public intoxication on a Webb City warrant released later saturday to Webb City police. George Gerald Balders 31, no permanent address saturday Possession of narcotics being held in lieu of $5,000 Bond. Car hits Street Light no injuries were reported in a collision at 12 35 am. Sunday involving a car and a Carthage Street Light fixture at third and Garrison. Officers reported a car driven by Donald r. Phillips 35, 915 Fulton apparently veered off the Road and struck the fixture. Damage to the front end of the car was reported to be extensive. The Lens and Globe on the Light pole were damaged by the collision. Phillips was arrested on a charge of Public intoxication. He was released this morning after posting Bond. Now open Deal truck Stop cafe completely redecorated Complete menu sandwiches plate lunches steaks open 24 his. A Day 71a&hh Carthage to. Across from Jack Morris Chevrolet mrs. Leroy Van Hoose mrs. Louise Van Hoose 66, 809 South Madison Webb qty died at 3 30 pm. Sunday at Jane Chinn Hospital where she had been a patient for one week following a 1-year illness. Services will be at 10 30 am. Tuesday at hedge Lewis funeral Chapel Webb City with the Rev. Wayne Porter officiating. Burial will be in Webb City cemetery. Mrs. Van Hoose was born Jan. La 1904, at Carl Junction and was the daughter of the late or. And mrs. Benson Clark Joplin. A resident of Webb City the last 45 years she moved there from Joplin where she had attended school. She was married to Leroy Van Hoose nov. 7,1923, in Joplin. She was an Active member of first presbyterian Church Webb City. Surviving in addition to her husband Are a daughter mrs. Bruce Benson 803 South Madison Webb City a son James b. Van Hoose Oklahoma City okla. A sister mrs. Tom Kennedy Neosho two Brothers a. Benson Clark and Stanford g. Clark both Joplin eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Mrs. Myrtle e. Toynton mrs. Myrtle Eretta Toynton 67, Aurora died at 8 30 pm. Saturday at her Home of an apparent heart attack. She was a native of Stone county a lifelong resident of the area and a member of Shiloh Baptist Church. Survivors include two daughters mrs. Deanna Mooneyham Republic and mrs. Nellie Joe Venzlaff 1903 South Garrison one brother Joe Eckhardt Dayton Ohio two Sisters mrs. May Stanley Aurora and mrs. Tilla hair Vancouver wash., and one granddaughter. Funeral services will be at 2 pm. Tuesday in the Bradford Surridge Chapel Marionville with the Rev. H. V. Wells and the Rev. Roy Keith officiating. Burial will be in the Marionville roof cemetery. Evans services funeral services for Rockford Evans 19, route 4, who was fatally injured about 1 15 am. Saturday in a traffic Accident on m-96, eight Miles West of Carthage will be at 2 pm. Tuesday at Knell mortuary with Boyce Mouton minister officiating. Burial will be in Park cemetery. Mrs. Floyd Clanton services for mrs. Ethel May Clanton 80, Marionville route i who died thursday at Springfield Baptist Hospital were at 3 pm. Today at Bradford Surridge funeral Home Marionville. Elder o. E. Coones officiated. Burial was in Marionville roof cemetery. Mrs. Clanton was a member of the Buck Prairie Baptist Church South of Marionville. Survivors Are her husband Floyd Clanton of the Home two sons Marvin Carver it. Vernon and Willis j. Carver Marionville route i a sister mrs. Goldie Whittington Monett and two granddaughters. Mrs. Dowell rites funeral services for mrs. Marsha Raylene Dowell 18, 1017 Sophia who was killed in a car Accident about 8 05 pm. Friday three Miles North of Neosho will be at 2 30 pm. Wednesday at Ulmer funeral Home with the Rev. Wendell Paris officiating. Burial arrangements will be under the direction of Ulmer funeral Home. Mrs. Irene Kurucz graveside rites were conducted at to am. Today at Park cemetery under direction of Ulmer funeral Home for mrs. Irene a. Kurucz Columbus Ohio who died last thursday in Columbus. Ulmers received the body sunday. Mrs. Kurucz formerly lived in Carthage for several years after being injured in a car Accident near Here in september 1951, in which her husband was killed. Surviving Are her two Brothers Anthony Nikolassy new York City and Alfred Nikolassy Columbus Ohio and a sister miss Nellie Nikolassy. Funeral services were conducted sunday in Columbus. Orion f. Lett services funeral services for Orion Fred Lett 67, Neosho who died at 7 10 . Friday at Sale memorial Hospital following a Long illness were held today at Clark Chapel with the Rev. Clifford Smith officiating. Burial was in Webb City cemetery. Mrs. Roy b. Hole services for mrs. Bettie Hole 68, 518 East fourth who died at 12 55 pm. Saturday at Mccune Brooks Hospital where she had been a patient several weeks will be at 4 . Tuesday at Knell mortuary. Allen Keller will officiate and burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery. Mrs. Hole was born feb. 24, 1902, and was a member of Carthage first Christian Church. Her husband Roy b. Hole died july 25, 1966. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. George Graves 1033 River and mrs. Beulah Young Long Beach Calif. A son Glenn Lynch Carterville two Sisters mrs. Ruth Johnson Webb City and mrs. Ruby Broen Lake Hatasu qty ariz., and la grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Mrs. Hole had been ill for the last to years. James r. Mcvey funeral services for James Riley Mcvey 79, former state legislator and mayor of Miller who died at his Home Friday of an apparent heart attack were scheduled at i pm. Today at the Bradford Surridge funeral Home Marionville. The Rev. Paul Pease officiated and burial was to be in Greys Point cemetery West of Miller with masonic rites at the graveside. Mcvey had served As mayor of Miller from 1922 to 1925 and was a member of the Missouri House of representatives from 1950 until 1954. He was a member of Marionville first Baptist Church the Abou Ben Adhem shrine of Springfield and the masonic Lodge Miller. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Meda Mcvey two stepdaughters mrs. Irene Miller Independence mo., and mrs. Vera Newton Blue Springs two Brothers Alvin Mcvey Aurora and Arlie Mcvey Springfield three Sisters mrs. Leslie Gryder Joplin mrs. Chester Swearingen it. Vernon and mrs. Carl Farris Fayetteville Ark. Seven Ste grand children and four step great grandchildren. Vending machine emptied some $48.25 in quarters reportedly was removed Between sunday and today from a vending machine in the restroom at Hudson service station 312 West Central. Bob Crawford station manager told police he discovered the incident after arriving at work this morning. Officers said the front of the machine had been pried open. Read press classifieds Southern acceptance corporation . Wilson Maurice is Happy to announce his association with . Come in and see Maurice Wilson or Bob Bennett at 229 e. 4th Street Carthage a or Call 358-5967 we specialize in consolidation Loans your patronage is solicited Carthage press monday september Wimon a $16-18 sows under 400 pounds John Peters found shot to death a cattle steady Good Choice Slaughter steers 900-1200 pounds $27-28.50 Standard Low Good $26-27 commercial Standard $25-26 Good Choice Slaughter heifers 800-1000 pounds $26.50-27 Standard Low Good $25-26 Utility commercial cows $21-22.50 canner Cutter cows $16-21 Shelly cows $7down Utility commercial bulls $26.50-27.50 canner Cutter bulls $24.50-26.50 Good Choice Stocker steers 500-700 pounds $32-44 Standard Good $28-32 common $25-28 Good Choice feeder steers 500-700 pounds $30-35 Standard Good $26-30 Good Choice Stocker heifers 300-500 pounds $32-36 Standard Good $28-32 common $28 Down Stock cows $21-25. Calves steady prime dealers $41 Good Choice dealers $34-38 commercial Standard $28-32. St. Louis a John w. Peters Republican candidate for Congress from the Missouri 2nd District was found shot to death sunday night in the basement of his Brentwood Campaign Headquarters. A 16-gauge Shotgun was found beside the body Brentwood police said. Peters 49, had been shot once in the Chest. No note was found. The Deputy St. Louis county medical examiner Robert c. Ryan said Peters apparently had shot himself. His death leaves the democratic incumbent rep. James w. Symington of Clayton unopposed in the november general election. Symington is up for re election after serving his first term. Police log 11 arrests Carthage police during the week end logged la arrests. Hie cases included those of Richard Warren Lingle 17, 222 North Maple 8 50 Pun. Saturday at 200 East fourth two counts of peace disturbance. He was released later saturday on two Bonds totalling $140. Roy Maggard 53, 911 Grant 8 03 . Saturday at 708 Howard. He was being held in lieu of Bond in City jail on a charge of Public intoxication. Vernon Wayne Neal 43, 1024 West Macon 1 40 p in. Sunday on a charge of issuing an insufficient funds Check. He was being held this morning pending disposition by Jackson county authorities. Mrs. Mary Karen Carter 30, 1831 South Garrison was arrested at 5 55 pm. Saturday at her Home on a charge of permitting a dog to run at Large. She was released later on her own recognizance. Alfred Newton Fansler 17, 509 Oak was stopped at 10 20 . Sunday at Oak and Baker on a charge of speeding. He was released on his own recognizance. Erma i. Knight 49, route 2, was stopped at 9 pm. Sunday at Centennial and Garrison on a charge of speeding. She was released on her own recognizance. Ronald Millard 27, 709 Valley was issued a citation at 8 pm. Sunday on East Chestnut after he was stopped by police on a speeding charge. Gerald l. Morgan 21, route 4, was charged at 5 10 pm. Sunday at Central and main with careless and imprudent driving. He was released on his own recognizance. Robert l. Williams 17, 1123 Oak was stopped at 10 55 pm. Saturday at Central and Garrison on a charge of speeding. He was released on his own recognizance. Danny r. Dixon 17, 823 River was stopped minutes after Williams was issued his citation at Central and Garrison on a similar charge. He was released on his own recognizance. Peters won a solid 2-to-l Victory in the August primary Over his nearest gop rival. The Republican District committee is expected to name a candidate to succeed him. The 2nd District is composed of St. Louis county outside of St. Louis. The Webster Groves senior District sales Engineer for the York division of Borg Warner inc., was last seen alive about i . Sunday when his wife said he left for his Campaign Headquarters. His son John 15, told police he Rode his Bike there after unsuccessful attempts to reach his father by Telephone during the afternoon. The son said he arrived at his fathers Campaign Headquarters a Little after la ., found the front door unlocked and Peters car parked in the rear. The boy frightened ran onto Brentwood Boulevard and flagged Down a patrolman Harry a. Dunham who searched the building and found the body. Police said there were no lights on in the building theorizing that Peters shot himself during Daylight hours. New Corn May help combat malnutrition Sao Paulo Brazil apr a brazilian seed growing company with backing from the Rockefeller has developed a new com that May help to combat malnutrition in underdeveloped countries. The firm Semente agr Ceres started out 25 years ago on a Small farm in the brazilian Interior and has become a major producer of seed Corn. In 1947 it formed a partnership with the International Basic Economy corp., set up by the Rockefeller Brothers to help private business houses in developing nations. The High protein Content of a new Type of com was discovered at Purdue University in 1963. It became known to agronomists As opaque 2. Until then geneticists had regarded opaqueness As a defect in com. Agr Ceres obtained 30 kernels of the Grain from Purdue laboratories in West Lafayette ind., and after years of Breeding obtained a hybrid that could be grown in the tropics. This year agr Ceres sold its first Harvest to 600 selected brazilian Farmers in Hopes that the yield will produce fatter hogs thus increasing the meat output and aiding the fight against the country a protein shortage. The philosopher eratosthenes first calculated the Earth a circumference with an equation based on the linear distance Between the egyptian cities of scene now Aswan and Alexandria. Muscular dystrophy drive nets $1,174 Carthage fire chief Clyde Long reported the final tally for this years muscular dystrophy Campaign conducted by the fire department netted $1,174.19. Chief Long said this topped last years record amount of $1,000. Chief Long said the collection included $97 in canister receipts with the remainder obtained during a sept. 8 door to door Campaign. Long expressed his appreciation to the Many volunteers who helped firemen on the drive. Members of Lambda Alpha Lambda sorority aided firemen in this years drive. Stock Market prices continue to Drift lower new York a Stock Market prices continued to Drift lower today in moderately Active trading. By noon the Dow Jones average which had declined steadily since the open was Down 5.95 to 755.82. On the new York Stock Exchange declines widened their Lead Over advances to just less than 3 to 2. On the new York Stock Exchange declines widened their Lead Over advances to just less than 3 to 2. Analysts said that prices were being forced lower by profit taking on the gains of last week. One hopeful Factor in today a decline they noted was that As prices declined volume slackened. Though trading was moderately Active today it ran far behind fridays frenzied Pace. The Basic atmosphere of the Market brokers said was still positive and that the rally started last week has further to go. The current Retreat they said was Only a breath catching pause. Brokers said that Many Small investors seemed to have taken to the sidelines and that institutional investors seemed to be carrying the Ball. The new York Stock Exchange reported 13 Block trades of 10,000 shares of More during the morning. Analysts said that the Mutual funds were readjusting their portfolios prior to the end of the third Quarter. Analysts also cited the August decline in the governments Index of leading economic indicators. This reverses july a Rise. Most Industry groups were mixed. Tobaccos chemicals metals motors and steels were generally lower. Utilities were generally higher. Joplin stockyards hogs 20-50c Low 200-240 pounds no. 1-2 $19-19.25, heavier hogs $17.50-19 lightweight hogs Kansas City livestock Kansas City a cattle 2,500 calves too steers and heifers steady to fully 25 lower cows steady feeders about steady steers Choice at 28.25-29.00 High Choice and prime 29.25 mixed Good and Choice 27.50-28.25 Good 25.25-27.25 heifers Choice 27.00-28.00 High Choice and prime 28.25 Good and Low Choice 25.00-27.00 cows Utility and commercial 20.00-21.50 High dressing Utility 21.75-22.00 feeder steers and steer calves High Good and Choice 375-625 la 32.00-37.00 625-750 la 29.50-32.50 Good 350-700 la 28.50-33.50 700-900 la 27.00-29.50 feeder heifers and Heifer calves Good and Choice 400-725 la 26.50-32.50. Hogs 7,000 Barrows and gilts 25 to mostly 50 lower 1-2 225-240 la 19.75 1-3 200-250 la 19.25-50 2-4 250-275 la 18.50-19.25 sows 25-50 lower 300-400 la 16.50-18.00 400-600 la 15.50 17.00. Sheep 500 Spring lambs 50 lower ewes steady to 50 lower Spring lambs Choice and prime 26.50 Choice 25.00-26.00 Choice shorn lambs no. 1-3 pelts 26.00 ewes cull to Good 5.00-7.00. Kansas City produce Kansas City a wholesale eggs Large 80 per cent a 37-42 medium 80 per cent a 32-37. Butter unchanged Grade a la solid 85 Grade a quarters 86. Local markets Grain soybean no a 2.64 com a 1.50 Milo 2.25 wheat 1.38 eggs Grade a Large a 38-44 Grade a medium a 32-37 Grade a Small a 16-20 diamonds were named by the greeks who called the rare Stone Adamas or a unconquerable Quot be cause it Cut any Rock or Metal. 197lyouye changed. Wye changed. Chevrolet Worth seeing. Worth owning. Worth waiting for. Vega. Not just another Little car but one Little car that does everything Well. You get More room More weight and More Power than most Little cars give you yet the Gas mileage is right in the same neighbourhood with the Best of them. Vegas come dressed up. Too not stripped to the Bone so you have to add a lot to make them liveable. Drive one. You la see. Caprice. There a a double layer of steel in the roof a steel guard beam in each door Power disc brakes up front a new Power ventilation system inside a wheelbase two and one half inches longer. You get the looks and Comfort of a six or seven thousand Dollar car but at Chevrolet prices. And that a the kind of change during these tight Money times that All of us can appreciate. James Robert Wise a vanishing tailgate. A big change in our big Wagon. The window goes up into the roof the Glide away tailgate vanishes beneath the floor. Out of sight. Out of your Way for easy loading even in a closed garage or when you have a trailer hooked on. See what we mean by putting you first now at your Chevrolet dealer

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