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Chillicothe Constitution Tribune (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Chillicothe, MissouriOf local son born to boars or and mrs George Bomar of Utica announce the birth of a son torn at their Home sunday evening he is their first child son for co livers or and mrs boy Coliver of Tina Are the parents of a boy born at saturday morning at their Home in Tina the child has not been named cnut Cofre vol Al Vijh daily edition Chillicothe to monday april 19 1937 eight pages no 86 Hals Beardsley is named to head citizens ticket chosen by delegates in convention saturday night As candidate for mayor j d Rice his running mate married Friday night Junly three members of present Kenneth Huston Sampsel and miss Christina Richardson fees port were married by probate judge j John m Gallatin in his office in the courthouse Friday evening Home from Florida or and mrs f b Jahr returned sunday evening from Daytona Beach Florida or and mrs Jahr spent the Winter months in Day administration were named on the ticket Tona and other Southern Points circuit court convened judge Ira d Beals convened the regular april term of the Livingston county circuit court this morning today was taken up with the calling of the docket and resetting cases school closes Friday Stokes Mound school in Linn county taught by miss Irene Wal lace of this City closed Friday miss Wallace will spend the summer Here with her parents or and mrs Bill Wallace i Home from California or and mrs c l Ramey and children Doris and Carl Lee re turned this morning from san Fernando California or Ramey and family have been spending the past six months at Points in the West spend Day at Hickory or and mrs w a attach comb and her sister mrs Etta Boyle and her brother James b Leeper of Springhill motored to Hickory Sun Day to attend a family reunion at Ilie Home of Joseph Hal s Beardsley proprietor of Beardsley Book store was named by the delegates in the citizens convention saturday night As candidate for mayor j d Rice present coun Cilman from the first Ward was or Rice Henry Haynes and William named As his running mate wants registration Bill gov Stark win approve any variations in measure Jefferson City april 19 Lloyd c Stark said today he would approve any Varia Tion to the administration is Perma nent registration the legislature declaring he was desirous of getting some a registration Bill at this Stark said i have no disposition to attempt to Force this Bill through the the governors state wide registration affecting cities Over recently was rewritten and reported favourably by the Senate elections committee Nothnagel were the Only three members of the present administration named the Complete ticket As filed with the City clerk saturday night Fol lows s Beardsley d Rice councilmen first Hoyt second Saale third Skinner fourth h Haynes Addie Blanchard police Nothnagel s Greenwood g Potts w Graham w Williams w Mcneil or Saale cashier of the citizens National Bank announced this morning that his name had been placed before the convention with out his consent he refused to accept the nomination j m Gallatin was chairman and j mrs Harriet Pond was Secretary of the convention which was held in the circuit court room who was nominated in top City Fri innit from Thurrl rebels bombard Madrid monday they sent Over shells at intervals causing numerous casualties v of f wars Pun participation in safety Campaign this action was taken at a mis Souri department meeting saturday night discuss state Encampment i one Hundred Twentyfive veterans attended meeting saturday night sunday participation in a statewide Saf Ety drive and plans for a coming Encampment at Columbia were main Points of business at a Missouri department meeting of the veterans of foreign wars at the Leeper to 1 Tel saturday night and sunday j sessions started saturday night at which time there was a round table discussion among the 125 vet Erans attending at Oclock there was a party and dance for veterans and their wives at wind Madrid april batteries began heavy bombardment Over Madrid at p m today causing numerous casualties they sent Over shells at intervals of two minutes concentrating artillery fire in streets in the Center of the Capi Tal already battered by Many shells loyalist artillery immediately re turned the fire the insurgents aside from bombardment remained inactive in uni Aversit City Casa de Campo and Cara Ponchel sectors on the Madrid front will ask death penalty for two Bank robbers who shot w w Baker f b i agent to be arraigned today Moor gardens sundays business session started at 10 Oclock plans for the safety drive were outlined the Missouri department is a member of the National safety Council a Resolution to assist veterans now kept from participating in pen Sions because of limitations of the statutes was passed the june Encampment in Columbia was discus sed and full plans outlined in detail for the event at the same time the v f w auxiliary met in a business session plans for participation in the state Encampment were discuss re and plans were completed for the of Supply of farm labor Way above demand the Bureau of agricultural economics reported today the Supply of farm labor in Missouri on april 1 was 121 per cent of demands and demands was Only 71 per cent of Normal budget to show big retrenchment in expenditures this was a Safe Assumption of the presidents message the White House stated Post office at Chula was looted on sunday night bandits after punching lock from vault door took inner door off its hinges All Stamps and Cash taken Post office inspector t e Schnutt and sheriff w c Uhrmacher make investigation some time during sunday night bandits entered the Post office at Chula and completely looted it according to a statement by sheriff w c Uhrmacher who with Post no estimate however Given j office inspector t e Schutt made an investigation of the robbery this development came As presi Dent Roosevelt faced a mount ing deficit monday morning Entrance to the Post office build ing was gained by prying open the ing the bandits punched the com Washington april lock from the outer door the White House said today to the Gauitt permitting the it is a Safe Assumption that presi Dent Roosevelt special Relief Mes Sage to Congress this week will pre sent definite economies in govern door to be opened the second door to the vault was taken from its hinges once in the vault the ban dits took All the Stamps Money and ment spending in the 193738 fiscal articles found year presidential aids declined however to estimate the savings which or Roosevelt Hopes to effect the robbery was not discovered until this morning when postmaster Wade Manning opened the office by cutting Down on unemployment for business is Aid and retrenchment of expend in de sheriff Uhrmacher who summon Pond school closed perfect attendance prizes awarded four pupils Pond school closed a successful term Friday with a Basket dinner and program miss Lorene Sparrow teacher has been employed to teach Pond school again next year perfect attendance prizes for pupils were awarded to Norma Mason Buela and Stanley Warren and Eugene Gilbert spelling prizes were Given Buela and Stanley Warren Myrtle Graves Eugene Gilbert Junior Mason those eligible for Reading Circle certificates were Hazel Melte Eugene Gilbert Beula War mayor Carnahan is again named by the democrats selected to head City ticket at convention held at City Hall saturday night has served for two years John Mcbride retired Post office clerk was named candidate for Ren and Junior Mason seek Slayer of Russell Shore Grover c Carnahan who for the past two years has served As mayor of Chillicothe was again named to head the democratic ticket at the coming City election to be held two weeks from today monday May 3 John Mcbride retired postal clerk iwas named councilman Large j the convention was held in the murderer of Kansas City credit Nau auditorium saturday night adjuster has three weeks Start of officers Harrisonville april 19 Slayer of Russell Shore 38 Kansas City credit adjuster was three weeks ahead of police today missing since March 30 shores body was found sunday floating in a drainage ditch 11 Miles South of Here he had been shot three tunes and robbed of Money he Toad col Leeper and mrs Leeper or j b Wright dead word was received in Chillicothe this afternoon of the death of or John b Wright head of the Wright Hospital at Trenton or Wright 84 years old suffered a heart attack a week ago which was said to have been the cause of his death Dowells Purchase Home or Donald Dowell has bought the j this morning that he would not accept the nomination and asked that his name be with drawn from the ticket new bottling works will be opened Here j r Donovan and Leslie Kayc of Sumner have purchased old Bench bakery building a bottling works is to go into the residence at 815 Walnut built about non vacant building at first and year ago by or and mrs Clifford j Elm Irvin Dowell will take bakery Sion about May 1 the Dowell Home bottle Jug works on Easton Street will be rented or Goon and mrs Irvin will build again but a location has not been selected Deacon Moore coming an old favorite among dancers in Liis territory is returning tuesday april 20 Carl Deacon Moore and his fourteen piece orchestra featuring Marge Hudson and old Lovein Bloom hot shot Munson have been engaged at we door gardens on that Date Crane managers meet a meeting of Missouri Crane Auto Supply store managers and other employees was held at the Leeper j hotel sunday Ford Turner and l i e Mcnabb Akron Ohio of the Brunswick tire division conducted j the meeting a banquet for Crane representatives also was held at the Leeper sunday j ankle fractured mrs Joe Dunser suffered a Frac Ture to her right ankle about eight Oclock this morning she is rest ing1 easily this afternoon the ankle was fractured when mrs Dunser known As the old equipment for the be moved in As As minor improvements and changes Are made the building has been purchased by j r Donovan and Leslie i Kaye of Sumner from the farm and Home savings and loan association the Sale was made through j o Hunt Donovan who has been distributing agent for Clio Colo in his territory and Kaye former druggist will operate the new business in partnership tonal president to the department of Missouri at Kansas City May 8 and 9 at that time a banquet will be held at the Baltimore hotel with veterans invited later mrs Mooney j Kansas City april make her official visit to the Power and Robert veterans Hospital at Excelsior Suhay new York Bank preliminary plans for a local auxiliary were also Laid at the meeting state officers present at the v f w meeting included Arnold Griffith commander of Excelsior Springs Urcil w Smoot senior vice commander lock Springs Fred Emig Junior vice commander of St Louis William Rincker depart ment neither showed any quartermaster of Kansas City Brantley said d e Powell adjutant of Kansas City and Robert d Turner judge advocate of St Louis auxiliary members the were pres ent were Goldye p Thorpe presi charged with first degree murder in the fatal shooting of w w Baker Young f b i agent at Topeka will be arraigned this afternoon in Kan Sas City Kan Dwight Brantley agent in charge of the f b i office Here said the pair was told today that Baker was dead and that the government in tended to ask their lives in punish Washington april department of Justice officials indicated today that they would seek Ture the development came As presi Dent Roosevelt faced with a ing deficit for the current fiscal year called administration and Fis Cal aids to the White House for a final late afternoon conference on the budget Relief message it was understood they would hear or Roosevelt read the first draft of his j rally was held at de Schutt the officers gave no intimation As to what clue was Dis notify in elected for Njg Universal credit com Pany he was on a Field trip when he disappeared his automobile was found in Carthage March 31 the bandits entered a fixity shop in Chula where they stole the tools with which they entered the Post office and vault message the conference was scheduled at p m after or Roosevelt re turns from throwing out the first Ball to open the 1937 baseball seas on Princeton sunday Grace on Good will tour More than thirty voices made up the personnel directed by Ted Hurlbut free tuberculin Testo children five Hundred or More Are expected to attend session at City Hall thursday group from the Chilli Celjie Chris does you child or a neighbors Tian Endeavor society was in charge a speedy trial for Robert j of Kansas City Bertha Nan Wick More than the boy choir of Grace episcopal Church supplemented by members of the adult choir went on their annual Goodwill tour sunday by motor caravan first singing a ser vice in Chillicothe then an eleven Oclock service in Brookfield a picnic lunch in route near Mendon closing with an afternoon service in Bruns used and a Fol be the theme of the a the Chillicothe to Princeton sunday afternoon to con duct a rally in the interest of the grand River District Christianen Deavor convention which is to be held at the first Christian Church Here May 14 15 and 16 Mercer Harrison Daviess Grun Day Caldwell and Livingston coun ties make up grand River District the Rev la Verne l Rudolph local pastor and president of the District presided at the rally held at the Princeton Christian Church the child have a tuberculosis history do you f tax this dread disease which science has can cure there is a Way you can be sure whether your dread is Bellfo Undal join five Hundred others who plan to take the free tuberculin test at the City Hall thursday the time for the test has been set earlier in the Day in order that All who have planned to come May get the test local doctors will give their time throughout the Day in hour and Houran Dahal shifts to give the injection to those who want it first patients will be taken at 10 Oclock the test is very simple an in soiled playing cards can be cleaned by rubbing them with a cloth dipped in spirits of camphor and Alfred Power alias Gerald Lewis who killed Federal agent we Berley Baker director j Edgar Hoover of the Bureau of investigation was bitter he asserted that All Federal agents slain in line of duty had fallen be fore the guns of paroled convicts this latest he said emphasizes once again the need for strengthening our parole system to prevent the return of such criminals to society to endanger the lives of former Chillicothe resident passed Carroll senior vice president of Clinton Nita Hatfield Secretary of Independence and Mary c Nitsche j treasurer of Kansas City b t Clark president of the chamber of Commerce gave the address of Welcome mrs Jess Palmer died april 10th our citizens and Law enforcement of hat bands originated in medieval times when a Knight tied his Ladys Scarf on his helmet Cut of a deck of cards decides Livingston county Queen of Apple Blossom festival away at Hospital in Lacey Washington 30 voices make theme we come to was i Section is made Between two layers of skin it is almost painless in forty eight hours the person being convention an introduction of the up the personnel directed by Ted convention committee was made tested reports for examination if Don Scott program chairman Heri the place around the injection is in Hurlbut Organ accompaniments were played by miss Emily Ander son miss Alice Randall appeared As soloist regular promotions in Bert Amos Faye Long registration miss Verdeane Baber music miss Geneile Smith i banquet miss Remotta Smith Wel come flamed a positive test is indicated and a Chest plate or xray is made of the person the picture tells the exact Story of the Case those who give a negative test the choir school include Edward i j j i a talk the subject of which wus do Nob need further examination Carlstead to Solo Row Frederick j Bradley Franklin Meeker and Rob Ert Huey to Junior Junior Gardner to prep graded service award was Leonard Crawford Silver crosses to Roger Sinnard and Paul Danielson of in the Cut of a deck of cards decided who would be Livingston coun Tys entry in the Apple Blossom festival in St Joseph Friday and sat urday May 7 and 8 when the coun i wife Dies of wounds mrs Jessie Palmer formerly Chillicothe died in a Hospital Lacey april 10 according to word received Here today by friends mrs Palmer who visited Here last j Santa Cruz april fall was born in Missouri nov 1 Sally Boggs 37 died today 1881 she was married to or Palmer on dec 1 1901 he carried mail on the Rural routes Here until the family moved to Washington 241 faithful years ago and he entered the postal major Boggs said he trailed his wife to the Home of a Friend she Star was made Carl Robinson the devotional conducted by miss Dorothjy a piano Solo by Verdeane Baber was the Only special number on the pro Gram those appearing on tiie certain is ref these Gondi Ipnar the test is Sel Dom used an adults because since mrs Sally Boggs fatally wounded by her husband from a Bullet wound inflicted by her husband major Allen d Boggs when he suspected her of being in members of the committee and miss most and Fiffis the Kyj by Mary Martha composed another a posit going from Here Tive reaction Iii he usual thing service in that state or Palmer makes her Livingston county candidate in the Apple Blossom festival in Competition with girls from this City he died about 18 months was a brother of mrs j n Peters of eight other counties in North Misagno Chillicothe won the tops and the Commer Cli contests Chillicothe uni Onville and is Melsior bed were rumpled after he Springs tied with 13 in i fired he discovered the occupant of the fourth annual Chillicothe Busi was asleep the covers of the other toss of a Coil won commercial contest for c b c last saturday and was presided Over by f m Gui mrs Myrtle Heger was Secretary of the meeting the ticket follows c Carnahan councilman Large John Mcbride councilmen first c Lang second c Mcdowell third f Way fourth of Wilkerson a Summervile Owsley Dorney police Staton h Warren g Johnson w Dunn the following Resolution was adopted by the convention we the democratic party of the City of Chillicothe Missouri in convention assembled reaffirm our Faith in the Cardinal principles of a jeffersonian democracy and in Dorse and approve the administration of Public affairs in the Nason by president d Roosevelt and in the state by governor Lloyd we deplore the condition of affairs in the City of Chillicothe brought about by the so called citizens administration an administration of broken promises and Reck less disregard for the welfare of the City and its institutions they promised a nonpartisan administration and have Given us one in which narrow partisanship has been displayed to an extent never before known in the history of the City Rohey promised to guard and pro Teri the funds of the Light and Walter system and have dissipated them in an attempt to build up a lie works under which the Light political machine they abolished the Board of pub and water established and grew to a phenomenal Success placed its of no party or re attempted Souri miss Lois culling tall and fell As she ran Down an embark qty elimination was held Here Saturn blonde was made the alternate ment on North Locust Street Shelay afternoon photographs of each of the girls were Only two entries and were made by Harry w Graham j was trying to reach her car the a Brief illness of pneumonia was the cause of her death surviving is one son Buford Excelsior Springs Marshall third Gwi Ivl nmn for Smith excels acc Springs Speed words a ate with no mrs Palmer was Maude Overton the other bed was his 12yearold Ness Colleg Ehigh school contests at Stepson c b c saturday f Chillicothe strength in shorthand i artistry and spelling was matched typing Sevorid Springs brakes of which were not set tight either of them would have made by and the car was moving Missouri River Appl growers association proud of their Apple Blossom Queen one was fair and Lone was dark but even Anita Loos chamber of Commerce Secretary i two daughters mrs Charles Hof continued on Page 3 1he Mather miss Kibler is the daughter of or and mrs j c Kibler who live near Meadville she is a senior in Wheeling High school miss killers has a Good word for both of them sister mrs John Irvin the former so the judges desiring More than miss Virgie Kibler was employed Missouri fair tonight tuesday increasing cloudiness slightly warmer in South portion saturdays temperatures maximum 77 minimum 5l sundays temperatures maximum minimum anything else to please said one be the Queen candidate and Here for some time miss culling also a senior at other will be the attends Utica High school her Par will the and that was As Good As anyone i ends Are or and mrs Everett cull could do unless the Missouri River j ing of Utica Apple growers would accept two goo looking candidates from Liv Kingston county j mi55 Dorothy Kibler who is As 74 j pretty As a High school senior need 44 to be got the High card which Richter of Lacey and mrs Arthur Rise of Olympia three grandchildren also survive Fine waived in lieu i of dose of Castor Oil j by Union files proficiency in typing i All were equalled by Points gained the part Board and the count manat Large has violation of the terms of the Taij Sengco the City by or Anil assumed full con Rolof the pm acc they to reduce the rates of Taxa general purposes and at the f raised it the promised to reduce Light and watergate Sand forgot to do it they premised to provide work for Anil equally distribute Jip among Labouring men and to Crews every six instead the work has All youth incorporates self to promote music study Geneva of j through general excellence of excels the Lucky girl chosen Queen of the festival is to receive a Complete new Spring outfit says Arthur Young of the Central states Orchard com Pany county vice president of the Apple growers association peace l e Evans gave the alternative of Fine or a dose of Castor Oil to a Man arrested for hiring a taxi when unable to pay the fare the Man had been under the in fluence of liquor when arrested Evans let him go on the Merit of taking the Oil without protest Sior Springs the championship was decided by the toss of a Coin the Victory gave Chillicothe supremacy for the third consecutive near Twenty two school were Lincoln j Tilford 22 of Ralston has incorporated himself to promote his mus ical education under terms of articles filed with the Secretary of state Tilford is authorized to sell up to Patent of 1893 with the Ini 60word a minute shorthand die Given to favored partisans and Street commissioners office has july eloped a shameless party run by Republican party summaries i 100ward a minute dictation in i shorthand Grendolyn Sel adv Kirksville second Alice Springs third Washington High school Maryville i Moore Osborn Grade 82 d Brunnworth Carrollton penmanship Esther Moraine Chillicothe second Ruth Mckown Edith moving pictures were Given to the j third Mildred Maynard Nevada world by Thomas a Edison in his Grade 99 Worth of Stock in his shares at s10 a share he is presi Dent and Secretary of the firm mention of the gramophone in tation Halice Medlin Unionville 1878 he Laid the basis for sound second Juanita Clark Savannah pictures Novice typing Florence Bunse second Anna Womack Union vide third Doris Jane mor Rison Excelsior Springs Speed words a minute with five errors i third Doris Brunn Worth Carroll ton accuracy typing Edna the disgust of republicans alike in violation of statute Law and the citizen Mem Ber Sapir the Council have ignored the may6r Faircl caused to be spread up of the Council their the Republican councilman at Large has usurped the office of May or with the assistance of a subservient Council of the Light and water fund has already been expended by the present City Council in the police department alone they have expended More than Riore continued on

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