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Chillicothe Constitution Tribune (Newspaper) - December 28, 1957, Chillicothe, Missouri News notes of local happenings wide const Stutton Tribune vol Lviv him Foh or \ v Vith of in a. Or and mrs Kenneth Woods of Braymer Are the parents of a 7-Pound 5-ounce daughter born at 6 29 o clock yesterday evening at the Chillicothe Hospital. A a family Arr in is Home mrs Shirley Ann Troeger Campbell and three children Annette. Cindy and Kathy arrived by bus today from Chattanooga Pennant Are at the Home of her parents or and mrs j e. Napkins a from Wichita i and mrs Don Burns and children of Wichita kan., will arrive today to spend tile weekend with her parents. Or. And mrs. V in Lindsey and other relatives and friends. A visit in Kansas or and mis. Ray Cusick and daughters. Diana and Donna returned last night from Hutchinson Kau where they had spent the holidays with relatives and friends Iii Nhy Overton improving the condition of Henry Overton is reported slowly improving. Or Overton underwent major surgery nov 1h at Lakeside Hospital in Kansas City. He was dismissed to his Home Dee i. A a from Fayetteville or and mrs Paul c. Shariah and children Ronald and Paula june of Fayetteville Arkansas Are spending a few Days with their parents. Or n h Randall of Tho City and or. And mrs c. E. Sharrah of Jamesport a of it rns from Tex As or Iris Breeden has returned from san Antonio Tex., where she went by plane to visit her daughter or b j Whitehead or Whitehead and family Fin route Home she visited a daughter. Mrs Roy s Malone and or. Malone. Christmas dinner i and mrs f m Schwab entertained Christmas Day with a dinner for their daughter mrs. Daily edition Chillicothe Missouri saturday dec 28, 1957 six pages recover bodies of 11 miners killed in Gas explosion 14 others trapped by blast brought out of Coal mine uninjured. A ate. Va., dec. 28 it a Rescue workers today recovered the bodies of la miners killed late yes today when a Gas explosion trapped 25 men below ground in a mine st adding tile Virginia West Virginia Border fourteen miners were brought out of the Colliery uninjured shortly after Midnight. Canvas was draped Over the victims earned out of min no i of the Pocahontas fuel co. On a Coal cat about too persons looked on in the first Giava Light of an overcast Day the miners were hemmed in 500 feet underground company officials said All the men originally trapped by the explosion were believed to be accounted for Amonate is in Southwest Virginia 20 Miles West of Bluefield. a bodies of the dead were removed from the sprawling mine through a Shaft located in West Virginia nearly three Miles from the main entry Shaft where the survivors were brought out this was the second disastrous explosion in Pocahontas Exiel co. Mines in the Border coalfields in la months a february Gas explosion at a mine near Bishop va., snuffed out 37 lives. Officials said there was no indication As to How the blast occurred an a quiz y will be conducted by the West Virginia department of mines West Virginia will make the inquiry because Coal is taken out of mine no. 31 on the West Virginia Side of tile bord the mine will not be reopened until a full inspection is made a Federal state company and Union officials. William Fullarton. Special Assis Richard Lotz. And i lots their Tan to the president of Pocahontas granddaughter mrs. Dennis Robey fuel co. Said the bodies of three and or. Robey of Dayton. O. Also Nien were reached about 4 Ani the wore guests. Other guests were a other eight were located about two granddaughter Karen Kay electricity demand is about Normal demand for e dec Trinity is about Normal though Christmas lighten displays continue to Burn through the holidays Hury Kilian superintendent of Chillicothe municipal utilities said this morning. The tact ural weather has been unusually warm affects Power use and probably has held tile demand below the dec. 19 Peak of 5.800 kilowatts Peak on dec 24 was 5.400 kilowatts. It Tell Oft on Christmas Day o 3.900 Kilian said families Quot eng out and going out of town Foi the Day probably had something to do with the situation Harvest still farm problem for county soils now saturated. With any precipitation now lost As Runoff. Locally the immediate farm problem is the Harvest Nelson Trickey associate county agent says. Quot in visiting with Farmers i find Many think a fourth of the total Grain Supply is in the Field Corn Milo and sonic Beans a african Assan Parley goes Ahe amp a today in Anil Western Fields tha spotlight entered on Russia s sweeping offer of economic Aid. J8 up the african Peoples conference Powei in an i we Ern fiend Todd la on rus Aid of Cairo. D c asian ahead As tile spot lit tit entered is a a sweeping economic for subgroups of the conference main political committee plunge into a discussion of such controversial East we t topics As imperialism disarmament racial discrimination Algeria and Palestine the soviet big brother off of economic Aid to All asians ant africans was Well received yester Day by tile delegates from 42 nations and colonies at the non governmental conference which a a a stacked with supporters of com Monist policies mum of those voicing loud Prats for the offer Are exiles or fugitives from areas that receive us economic Aid some of the leftist Here Are i Row lied on by Home governments that try to stat official no 305 propose Federal Ald to improve teaching science and math program would include scholarships for talented High school students. Washington Der. 28 the administration reportedly will propose to Congress a pro t Arn of Matching Grants to state to encourage improved teaching of lie Nee and mathematics Iii the huh schools. The plan Calls for the Federal government to provide More than too million dollars to help the states supplement salaries of science and math teachers employ additional teachers Purchase equipment and a tis Agthen state education departments. Other proposals also Are being re a red to help meet the Datum that the new a a manned missiles Quot readied lined up on the ramp at the u. 3. A f Jot Center Iii Palmdale Calif. Are being readied for Early assignment to key units of tile air defense command. Tile planes Are the Lockheed f-104 a Star fighters. Nea telephoto rid red until there is a deep freeze there disconnected from communist pro is not much sign of Relief either. Pug Anda lines he says. Some Farmers have said they have some Milo made unfit for combining and Milo Fields in Genera appear in bad shape on the the of Lei of verious a designed in drive Western Enterprise out of the East was accompanied by Broad hints that african and asian countries should nationalize Western amount of Corn Stilt out. Reports rated business and exploit then vary widely from 40 percent or less unharvested Lotz hours later plans were made to re 2 c Robert Lee Lotz received his discharge and airman who recently from service. 4 Hospital notes dismissed last night from the Chillicothe Hospital were Patrick Joseph Anderson 1227 Broadway Chris Allen and Thomas Roy Milucz continued on Page 3 it Wheeling masonic Lodge installs Wheeling Lodge. no 343. Held its installation of officers at the Hall the evening of dec 26 installing officer was Walter Barnett of Meadville District Deputy grand master of the 13th District he was assisted by Ray Carpenter of Chillicothe District Deputy grand lecturer of the 12th District serving As marshal. Officers installed were Henry boy Kin. Chillicothe worshipful master Gerald Strauch. Senior Warden Delmas Albertson Junior Warden Raymond Hendrix treasurer Austin Biggerstaff. Secretary Harry Taylor senior Ogan. Chillicothe Junior Deacon will Wisehaupt tiler Ray Carpenter. Chaplain. Following the installation Lldon Hoover Chillicothe District Deputy grand master of the 12th District presented a 50-year masonic Button to Frank w Hill. Chillicothe who became a member of the Wheeling Lodge in december of 1907. Or Hoover was assisted by Virgil Slaughter Meadville District Deputy grand lecturer of the 13th District visiting masons were present from Dawn Lodge no. 539, Utica Lodge no. 170, Marceline Lodge no. 481, Chillicothe Lodge no. 89 and Meadville Lodge no. 325 after the meeting refreshments were served. Move All the bodies at one time the blast ratified men in sections a Joy loading area site of an automatic Coal loading machine and a continuous mining area also the site of automatic Coal loading equipment. The survivors were found by Rescue workers at tile site of the Joy loading Section some 1.000 feet from where tile la Otho r men met death. Bassett services to be sunday at Wheeling funeral services for mrs. Ruby Mae Bassett 71, of Springfield will be held at 2 o clock sunday afternoon at the Christian Church in Wheeling. Burial will be in the Wheeling cemetery under the direction of the Meinershagen funeral Home mrs. Bassett was a Cousin of mrs j f Meinershagen Stanley and Horace Scruby and a tonner resident of Chillicothe and Wheeling. Mrs Bassett died thursday at her Home in Springfield after an illness of three months she liven this difference apparently is in the variety planted and the amount of Corn Borer damage. Trickey state. Some varieties have dropped their ears while others have head up Well. He advises that banners watch their Corn this year to govern their Choice of varieties in the future. Outside of the difficulty in harvesting in terms of bushels of Grain and tons of Hay. It has been a Good year. Trickey summarizes. But much of the profit remains in the Fields though Many Farmers have All their crops in. In some ways he says this is two worse than havens a poor crop because of the production expenses tied up the rainfall has saturated the a a Oil. According to the Extension agent even in Early november he said a Man in the Northeast part of the county in digging a Pond found moisture six feet Down below that there were two or three feet of relatively dry soil and below that it was wet again this was on a Lull in Selby Silt Loam which covers most of the county a Uplands. Most Ponds Are filled and overflowing lie adds. What has fallen since october has become a Reserve for next year. The area will go into Spring with More than adequate soil moisture according to Trickey. And in tact any precipitation from now on will mostly be Runoff. Pastures were Good last summer and Spring and fall seeded pasture and Hay crops now look Good compared to the Bleak picture at the end of 1956. The problem is in getting these crops through what looks in Kansas City 27 years moving 1 like might be a freeze then thaw the weather Missouri fair this afternoon and tonight partly Cloudy sunday colder Southeast and East Cental tonight warmer Southwest sunday Low tonight 20s East to 25-35 West High sunday 40s Northeast to 50s Southwest. Official temperatures yesterdays maximum. 49 yesterdays minimum. 33 today a minimum. 22 precipitation 3 00 p. In. None Deacon Joseph of Springfield in june 1957 surviving Are her husband. Leonard l. Bassett of the Home three sons Frank c. Bassett. Kansas City Leonard b Bassett. Parkville. Ernest h. Bassett of the Home three daughters mrs. Donald Swartz Riverside. Calif. Mrs. William Scott and mrs. Clarence mad Sady Sun Valley Calif. Two Sisters mrs. R e. Anderson and mrs. Charles Shackleford Clay county and 19 grandchildren. Smoke deposits soot in redecorated store smoke from ail Oil Furnace backed up in a choked flue this morning and deposited oily soot Over newly repainted Walls at the Hamner jewelry store. The store was discovered full of smoke about 6 a in today. Firemen investigated though the truck was not called to the scene store personnel predicted a Long and expensive cleanup Leo Moren discovered tile store filled with smoke As he was walking to work. He noticed windows appeared frosted Over and peered in to find such dense smoke that he night Light at the rear was obscured smoke poured out when the front door was opened attracting a number of spectators. Winter that kills plants. Remarking on the general picture. Trickey said Many Farmers Are beginning to specialize and quite a few getting into volume hop production. As in the u. S., he added there Are fewer Farmers in this county. The Rural population including Small communities was Down to 7,800 at last count Trickey says. Driver in a one car crash is fined today Jack Franklin Donelson 29, of 603�?T. Webster Street was fined $50, plus $12 costs on a careless and reckless driving charge in magistrate court this morning. The charge specified that Speed and drinking were involved. Donelson a car ran off the pavement and hit a Utility pole on u s 36 near the Wheeling Junction dec 14, according to the Highway patrol. The pole was broken and a Power line was thereby lowered Over the pavement preventing trucks from passing although cars could gel through. George Adenauer youngest son i of the West German Chancellor is married to Una Britta Jeansson daughter of a Well known business Man Iii Sweden. Profits As of Egypt has sought to Dot with the Suez canal. Tins apparently appealed to mans elements who shouted their Ashen when soviet Dele eat a apus have a a Fonovich lauded indonesians takeover of some 11 a billion Dollar in dutch investments. Hie soviet offer recalled Western predictions that the Kremlin Wou launch a drive in 1958 to win friends in Africa and Asia i n a View towards driving the we from these sources of Oil and other4 natural resources. Campaign to refute army Basin plan is discussed protest rally last night draws 850 at Pattonsburg. Campaign funds with which to fight the army corps of engineers plan for six grand River Basin reservoirs and supplementary i ibid control works were the object of plans introduced at a protest meeting last night in Pattonsburg tile Campaign particularly would seek to refute the engineers figures for the Cost of the dams especially the one that would flood Pattonsburg population 850, Santa Rosa and civil Bend. There were an announced 850 persons at the meeting in the Pattonsburg High school. Plans for the protest rally had foreseen a possible 2.000 attending Harry Johns of it. Moriah conducted the meeting. The Basin a not need big dams John. Said but rather wants a watershed plan f keeping water where it Falls downstream residents Livingston county favor the i postal. According to indications a previous Public hearings but said Johns the people downstream have been misinformed they will Benefit but not to tit extent the engineers Sac lit burned and in addition will firm a the upstream communities Johns also called on Kansa Cit to a a rape the need Bai lines he admitted. But the it Al o need the upper basins Trade Russell Pickett of Tren on stated that the engineers announced in 1932 that the dam was unfed tie but today they have Quot decided a necessary. Tax discussion monday open to All Farmers All banners Are invited to a Tine. Phase farm management Mer in monday at 7 30 p in. At the Rea building sponsored by the ii vim ton county Extension office Melvin Rowoth. Associate Arena. Jaycees to conduct Beauty Talent event club to Send girl from area to miss Missouri contest for next year. Ire Young his miss Evabs Ion b of and talented women will be Given a Chance at Tsouri Quot honors and con Quot miss american Coni pen Chillicothe Jaycees. Til tub voted last night to sponsor i local contest to elect r girl t compete in miss m. Tsouri id to to Foi 19 8 miss Missouri of course will go on to the i Amend contest. Full details of Che will be forthcoming. Sanson of the Jaycee tile club last night cd its award Money mrs. Harold Atkins Street winners of fur third annual re lighting contest local Contes said Chark a present to or. Anc. 421 Walnut int place in lilt oui Al Christmas the Atkins also will receive an engraved plaque reports on Christmas activity by the club were Given by Don Sarge for Christmas tree or Ken a tor the Santa Hon and Bob gov on Candy sacking tor the Christmas party Ai Coop ration Wil. A he Chulio of noun re Quot Jerry Donoho anti Bud m los Wen named As Jaycee rep Quot ii Alives n a program be Kin a r. I a to quote Corn picking conus to Chillicothe next year. Money and gun missing in break in Ai tavern Bennett s entered last night through rear. Tot i Cash and a i. Taken in a break from the Bennett tavern 709 oust s Reft co a Benn t he theft took plat Quot some thu tween in 30 p in or is 6 45 a. In today taken were $32.15 in coms As re listed n reported today to said be and and Dollar Bills a 32-caliber Colt pistol and three Cartons of Ca irettes police investigating the report believe entry was made by tearing off a screen on a rear window of the tavern then either climbing through the window or Al e reaching through the winnow and a bolting a door. Three Chillicothe a is end recruit training a san Diego car fun i no Raymond d Cashatt s >11 of m lid mss. Clyde Cashatt of 101 e second Street Chillicothe. M Ivan l. Jacobs Soli of no Ami m it Lee Jacobs of a is Tia Ilei e a Chillicothe Aud Leon l crop son of or and mrs Leon i Clou j 109 Herriman Street Chillicothe recruit sunday s weather will be partly Cloudy Kansas City. Dec 28 a pm Missouri a weather for sunday is nothing to get disturbed about. It will be Lair tonight and partly Cloudy sunday with lows by morning in the 20s East to 25-35 West sundays highs will be in the 40 Northeast to the 50s Southwest. Several Points reported rain in he past 24 hours. Malden 32. St Iii s 20 Farmington 19, West Lams 18 and Joplin 14 to ice investigate three car accidents on Friday one Auto clipped when another Heads for curb. Three minor accidents were reported on Chillicothe streets is Day afternoon. _ police in then report state a car driven by Helen pet in Del Rev apartment passed another Ca a Hen Cut in front of that car to Wai d a parking spot. Driver of the Kihei m r was Juha Alice Powers 707 might Soui both were heading North in the 600 Block of Locust when the mishap happened about 2 20 p in the Peters Auto hit Idle front bumper of the Power causing damage to the Pete. Air from the right door Back Tho papers car was not de mag of. At 4 pm at Jackson and Paul streets Ems driven by Charles e a a 6 5 of 712 East Street and j Williams. 30. 1307 Cedar. My a the intersection. Amel Hench Rig North on Paul Ami Anis wuss on Jackson Williams was damaged All along the left Side while Almeus car had damage o he Light front fender. In it minutes later at 4 02 pin in Accident was reported Iii the 8 0 Block of Locust a car operated b dam Dean Mccown 17, of 1608 thud was heading North As a pickup diet n by Wesley Ray Wilson. 64 Rel i was backing into the Street Mccown reportedly attempted to pass behind the truck but caught his rear Lender on the trucks trailer hitch the Huck was undamaged. Cay police the sheriff and High u. Okays funds tor sewer Plant estimated Federal share is $32,153.01 on Cost of $442,1 12 City project. Chillicothe s application for Federal funds for construction of a new sewage treatment Plant South of the City has been approved in Washington with an estimated Federal share of $92.153 01 notification a received yesterday do mayor r. B. It l cd Tay i Lor and the Constitution to ism to wires from congressmen following receipt of formal papers City officials v ill ask for Bill or construction of tie Plant thu estimated Cost of which is $444,1 12 City Engineer Maurice Dorney sail it is hoped construction can be Gin in the Spring mayor Taylor said the cite firs in More emphasis on so entitle an training in the nation chocks and colleges. Ins i in t Row ing lunching of two earn rnphu.m7.ej an inert sue in. Pc Mia Capa Lily. The program to lie a re my in the department of health. Edu a a Ion and we fare. Wou a be Prater Ned after the present Federal a listed vocational education program. That department also would be authorized to set up a Federal Soh Airship program Aid expansion of Radu afe schools help the states provide More arid be Ter to mind concise int of he to a Liss. And promote the teat Ting of reign languages. College scholarships to Cost i. It i to million dollars the first year our a be provided for taken de or to Bool s dents who d net go to code. I h is it so Wcur a be provided in graduate school. In a re ated Effort More than 50 million dollars a year would be provided to the Natl nil b in Nee foundation for e pension of its present Effort to expand teaching it of science and math at ail be quote s. Most of that Money would go for updating science Tex to As. Providing More fellow to Auric it duct no More and institutes a in Bill Wawi car will Lead a discussion of social Cie graduated Timi Security and self employment raining dec 13. At flu Frank Miller county agent will a Quot Gal training Cento san do talk on inventory depreciation. Alif on capital gain and losses Nelson Trickey associate agent will conduct a session on filing items the graduation exercises marking the end of nine weeks of Boot Camp Quot included a full dress a Ach classed As income items classed As and review before military offi Cio expenses deductions and Farmers lights if their tax returns Ore questioned. Tile meeting monday is the of three on farm management and civilian dignitaries. In nine weeks of ins auction tie a Taw recruit Quot is develop d into a first Navy Bim Juke. No for dub with the Fleet. Planned to ask for $140,000 in fed Era help but was advised that certain parts of the project were ineligible so trimmed its request to $110,000. The full amount was no granted and Dorney said one item he was sure wa.-, eliminated was to the engineering which already a. Been financed by the City. The application was to the de part Merit of health education Ana welfare under the Federal Wale pollution control act. The Constitution Tribune w a notified of the approval by st nato Thomas c Hennings a Mayo Taylor received wires from Hennings. Senator s to t Symington and congressman w. R Hud or. Granting of l a it a1 assistant will reduce the Cost to the City by that much. Last sept 17 Chillicothe voted a $575,000 Bond insult to Complete i sewer collection and to build the new Plant the Federal giant probably Means the City will not have to sell the full amount of the Bonds. Woik started d c 18 Oil completing the a wet system the Yourn construction company of st Jos Ali and Kansas City. Kaunas a $126,925.75 contract for the Job Arn. Now is digging a Shalt at Myers amt Brunswick streets the Shaft Wail be eight feet Square and 45 feet de p tunnelling w ill proceed from the Shalt. Man wanted Here held today in Minnesota a Man wanted Here in connection with allegedly bad checks is being held at Austin mum., according to information received her this morning. Alvin a Hanson about 40, allegedly cashed several checks Here and in several surrounding counties. His aliases Wen listed As John Hampton j a. Anderson John a Peterson and a j. Johnson. Two hospitalized with Burns after cafe fire Independence mo., dec 28 to two men were hospitalized today after suffering Burns in a fire which destroyed Ducey a cafe on u s Highway 40 and Noland Road. Robert Neubauer Odessa a Cook and Wilbur Pittman. Independence decorated and refreshments were also an employee who were asleep end music was by j w. Shear on the second floor of the place. Or and the chill aues. Or teachers in or at p i d ted the t a i s the in a w a i he patrolmen Are investigation. Cooperating in Larry e. Palmer is promoted by army fort Eustis a. It a inc it a Larry pm Palmer son of or and mrs Harold r Palmer Laclede mo., recently was promoted to of Cia list thud class at fort us a where lit is assigned to i 521s transportation company. Spec in st Palmer whose wife Judith is we ii him at fort Eustis is a helicopter Mechanic. The 20-Yeai-old Soldier entered the Ai my in september 1956 and completed Basic training at fort Leonard Wood Fie was graduated from Laclede High school. Meadville teeters have dance a Large crowd attended a Holiday dance at the Meadville teen town last night. The room was mrs. Stella Atwell Dies at Hospital she had berm a Nurs the Ore 14 years. Mrs so a a Marie a a it 7 50 o clock last n Gilt Chillicothe municipal to where she had been a n last 14 years. She had patient there six months. Funeral services will be conducted at 9 of clock monday morning at st. Columban s cathode Church. There will be a Rosary service at 7 30 of clock. Sunday evening in the Chapel of the Gordon Horne for funerals. Burial will be in the Catholic cemetery. Mrs. Atwell was a due enter or John and Frances g Ibel Baur a and was born Jan 7. 1839, at c h Lic othe. She was a graduate Otth st. Joseph Academy and so marys Hospital school of nursing Kansas City. She was a member of s Columbanus Church and of st. Ann altar society. She is survived by her two children. John and Frances Atwell id Chillicothe a brother John eau. A Mitchell s. Oak. A sister. M Rose Danim Chillicothe Ama nun grandchild Teresa Marie a Well she was preceded in death by in parents anti four Brothers a Joseph Leo and Frank Bam were reported in Good condition. Two children dle in Home fire four saved san Antonio. Tex. I a 28 two Young Brothers but nod it hath yesterday while then a it a struggled with their bund in i o keep her from in a Laming House in an no . Thirn. The victims were haul 2, Ami Pablo Roque 6. Sun m Guadalupe Roque. Mrs. Roque 34 blinded by an Eye disease 18 months ago. Became hysterical after her husband had led her and four other children in safety As Roque headed Back to t. To Rescue the other children is wife tried to follow Hun win to. Struggled the flames a w so intense Roque could not Nach to trapped sons the boys bodies Wert b m i i the chaired ruin of a n t

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