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Chillicothe Constitution Tribune (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Chillicothe, Missouri News notes of local happenings daughter arrives a baby daughter was born at 7 09 of clock this morning at the Chillicothe Hospital to . And mrs. Daniel maudlin 119 Polk a treet. A a a returns from Arizona mrs. H. L. Schweer 1401 Jackson Street returned Home Satur Day evening. She flew to Kansas City by Twa after spending five weeks at Phoenix ariz., visiting . And mrs. J. L. Brightwell. A a # Barbara Jennings is Home Barbara Jennings a student at St. Luke a school of nursing in Kansas City is spending a month s vacation with her parents . And mrs. Oren Jennings 1105 Northwood Terrace. A a a cub pack 18 notes Den mothers of cub scout pack 18 will meet at 8 of clock tomorrow evening in the Home of mrs. Bill Alford country club drive. The pack committee will meet at the same place at 7 30 . The same a veiling for pack charter review. A a a Carleton into Navy Frederick Leslie Rick Carleton 17, son of . And mrs. James fish 812 Sunset has enlisted in the and was sworn in at St Louis today. He was to be flown from St. Louis today to san Diego calif., for eight weeks of Basic training. Carleton took his p a induction examinations at Kansas City Friday and went to St. Louis sunday. A a a to Arkansas . And mrs. Joseph Kinsella accompanied their son Larry to it. Chaffee ark., saturday. Larry who has been stationed at fort Leonard Wood has been transferred to it. Chaffee. In route borne sunday . And mrs. Kin a a Ila visited in it. Vernon mo., with . Ems Ella a brother Leon a e Constitution Rifine vol Lxiv daily edition Chillicothe to. Monday february 19, 1962 eight pages no. 41 Juk would Speed Federal projects of business slumps mrs. Nannie Kirk is too 1 mrs. Nannie Kirk former Liv-1 Kirk then returned to her Home Ingston count Ian observed her j in Sacramento. 100th birthday anniversary yes the Sacramento Bee s Story col Ter Day. Mrs. Kirk is a first Cousin lows a the storm of too years have of mrs. Drury Anderson who re i swirled around mrs. Nannie Kirk asks Congress for authority sides at the Leeper hotel. Cd North Sacramento but the ones Odds in favor of Glenn space shot tuesday weather better in three recovery areas not so Good at Cape Sacramento was soggy from a Cape canaveral Fla. Feb. Nunt Catanh to in \ 3c0, two Days storm and the vain was 19 a brightening weather Pic Tfir. To is a in i Tiu comin Down sometimes in iture buoyed hos today that astr of Phouc worn projects in me and jars j a Kirk was bom in a beets As mrs Kirk who will naut h Glenn a will he Early stages of any business slump. Soj Antt Noshin nor Hub. F by 100 Vears 0,d next sunday re an it toward a round the Earth in an accompanying letter Ken Chillicothe a Ca de the Roux a weather of years in tuesday after months of de it w u d a a a Speed Quot a of ind invalid swat. Onieh it non heirs no we had plenty fwd and a by proved conditions a the to order $2 billion As anti recession measure. Washington feb. 19. I a president Kennedy today sent to Congress legislation to give him Power to trigger up to $2 billion of Public works projects in the an Issue of the Sacramento she remembers most vividly Are calif., Bee last week published an those Thunder and lightning spec article captioned a aunt Nan Kirk tac ulars of the Missouri of her girl Jeanng too recalls arrival in Hood. Capital during rain the also had rain continued on Page two states to activate their own High priority improvements Kennedy said without the necessity of waiting for congressional action which a May be too the standby plan part of the three Point program urged by Kennedy in his economic message Jan. 22, has been hailed by most democrats but attacked by republicans As a potential invasion of congressional authority. Our House was struck by continued on Page two ind and Atlantic recovery areas where Marine it. Col. Glenn a capsule would descend. The first half of a split two Day countdown was started at 2 30 . I the recount was finished at 6 a rn., with both the Atlas Booster i rocket and Friendship 7 spacecraft August la was Tetras the Date for described As in a a go condition. Officials were shooting for a launch Between 7 30 a. In and 12 30 p. In. Tuesday. The weather Outlook in the Cape canaveral Vicinity gave officials some concern. A cold front pre the Chillicothe Jaycees Are again family picnic at Simpson Park on ceded by a Squall Lino was Advance in i a a a a a a seeking City s top Young Man Jaycee Dsa and Bosses night program will be held on feb. 27th. Class of 1937 reunion is planned for August a reunion of the Chillicothe High school class of 1937, during a plan i Ning meeting held during the week i end. There will be a reunion dinner saturday night at the strand and a these two Chillicothe physicians Are among about 20 local persons taking part in an Oil painting class being conducted Here under the auspices of the continuing education department of the University of Missouri. It is the second such class in two years. Another to be started this Spring is under study. Touching up a painting held by . Benjamin m. Riles is . T. A Milano. Continued on Page two the other requested measures were standby Powers to reduce in j searching for the City a outstanding sunday. Further details will be come taxes subject to veto by con-1 Young Man. On tuesday feb. 27, it announced later Gress and permanently enlarged he will be honoured at the club s unemployment benefits. The three annual Dsa Bosses night program. The banquet will be held at the i strand hotel at 7 15. I the Jaycee distinguished service award is to be Given to the Young Man Between the Ages of it 21 and 35 adjudged to have done the most to further his Community and himself during the past year. The four previous winners of i the award have been Bill Watson in 1958. Frank Fendorf in 1959, was Veteran of two world wars Thomas h. Gibson was cabinetmaker at Chula. Thomas h Gibson 85 of Chula died Friday at the veterans hos Pital in Wadsworth ran. He was the owner and operator j a of the Gibson Cabinet shop in Chula. He was born at Sturges and resided in Kansas City 40 years. He was a Public service employee in Kansas City 23 years. . Gibson was an army Veter an of world War i a Navy Veter nominations for the award can be made by any individual. All that is necessary is for you to briefly describe the activities in an of world War ii and a Mem _ Ber of the Rogerson Harvey Amor tto Quot Iran in if. Marked by Midnight feb. Mrs. Fred w. Eberlin of Braymer Dies Here mrs Fred William Amanda May Eberlin a prominent resident of Braymer died at 11 45 of clock sunday morning at the Chillicothe Hospital. Mrs. Eberlin had been a patient at the Hospital three Days. Her death was attributed to a heart condition. Mrs. Eberlin spent her entire married life in Braymer. She was Active in Church civic and social groups. So was a member of the United Brethren Church the Toben Valley Community club and the cheerful workers club. She was born on june 4, 1888, at Sampsel a daughter of . And mrs. Noah Reeser. She attended Hiles. Council Bluffs la. Mrs. School in the Sampsel Community. Helen Sloan. Kansas City and mrs. Eberlin is survived by her mrs. Lula Lockwood Miami. Fla. Husband of the Home a son . Four grandchildren and two great Eberlin Wellington to. A Daugh grandchildren. Hilli Cote s Ter mrs. Margaret Stanley Bray a memorial service will he held a Quot a Mer six grandchildren and one by the american legion Dot at a great grandchild. S o clock monday nigh the brother of Hersch funeral services win be held at Muehlebach Capel. Kansas City Bane Dies suddenly 2 of clock tuesday afternoon from services will be held at la of clock t the Chapel of the Mead Pitts fun tuesday morning at the Chapel of Iames a Bane. 60. Of Engle neral Home at Braymer. The Rev. J the funeral Home. Wood. Calif., died unexpectedly burial will be in the memorial1 saturday at his Hom Park cemetery in Kansas City More than 400 at no dinner National director is speaker program held at chs cafeteria. More than 400 persons braved Damp Chilly weather to attend. The whole hog sausage supper Rex Smith in 1960 and Paul Rupp up sore j by the no of Cald in in 1qk1 ing into Northern Florida this morning. This could leave lingering i cloudiness in the Cape area. Possibly delaying the shot for the lit time. Crash leaves one dead eight injured Denison. La., Penney manager in killed others in Chillicothe Hospital. Condition of eight French believe Algeria cease fire May be imminent but negotiations Are continuing a rebel spokesman indicates. Paris. Feb. 19, the French said today secret talks with the algerian nationalist rebels have ended leading to speculation a cease fire May be near. But a rebel spokesman insisted negotiations still Are going on. A French announcement said the conclusions will be brought before the government. Frances three Man negotiating teams arrived in Paris from the talks and met at once with president Charles de Gaulle. Arriving at his Headquarters in Tunis from the talks with the French rebel foreign minister Saad Dah lab told reporters a negotiations Are going on in very Good Dah lab declined to elaborate. While his statement did not appear to Rule out the possibility of a cease fire soon it indicated further contacts with the French Are necessary before final agreement can be announced. The full rebel government is sex out of his a the just kept coming in our Lane. We put on the brakes a mrs. Fox said. Luce my told the patrol a i think the brakes were no Good. I done to know. I Dale Hoffman manager of the j. C. Penney store and mrs. Hoff Man had attended the same pen. W hospitalized i next managers convention in St. I petted to meet soon to discuss the victims of a traffic Accident near Louis and had returned to Chilli co secret talks it also was thought Wheeling saturday it in which one the Friday night. . Hoffman Likely the rebels would Call a meet ,. Person want injured fatally was re has Bren looking after personal continued in Pac Tuni however War. Hopeful a Aboul ,. Uhls maitres Here for the foxes and continued a a it a a a a two holes could be found in the Clouds a Chillicothe Hosp Tai mrs getter. Through which the rocket could be Foj of Sorm Uke the. Getter oldest son. Jerry. A la Driver of one of the two cars a Sophomore in the school of a Complete Check of the weather a voiced remained on the critical pharmacy of Drake University was due for about Midnight to Lietke a. A Well Livingston and Linn counties saturday night at the Chillicothe High school cafeteria. Bob Sciecinski no National. Director from Grinnel la., was the regard to the Home life. Employ a Alured spi,,.r. He indicated men and civic betterment of your hah 1 farm a candidate. Send the entry letter1 night Quot after which officials Quot were if Quot a a dry Etc. Gasparovic to make a preliminary dec sum. A o Kansas Kay a a a i longer considered in critical Condi j Tion. A funeral coach from Denison la., is to arrive in Chillicothe sometime today for the body of Orville mrs. Hattie Transue Dies at Brookfield funeral to be held in Wheeling on wednesday. Mrs. Hattie May Transue. Des Moines arrived Here late saturday afternoon and has been staying in the Hoffman Home. There Are two other children in the getter family a daughter 18, and a son 14. No serious injuries in other accidents patrol chocks four and Polica Ona. Four weekend traffic accidents in addition to the one near wheel the getters have been Active in ing that killed one and injured i William getter. 45. J. C. Penney the Community life of Denison and eight were investigated by the stats i store manager at Denison who died . Hoffman said he had received Highway patrol about a i hour after he was brought a Call after Calls from persons in a 1961 Chevrolet truck and a to the Hospital. The body of . That Northwestern Iowa City. Get-11955 Desoto were damaged in a 93 i getter was taken to the Lindley Ter also was widely known in the j Csc Sib at 8.wh of Quot _ 0__ a a Tats it an Hume oat Lui us / a . Var cml in Tori Adt it afr return on in labor and in Brookfield where she had been getter was a passenger to Jaycees. Box 230, Chillicothe me Strnot. He said figures show a patient eight months. Driven by Fox Pennev it a Imo. I a. In. Saturday on that the Farmer earns Only 70 cents per hour and gets Only a 4 cent return on his nomination forms must be Post 4 i marked by Midnight feb. 24. As tear legion Post in Kansas City. Jud Wjt a a of done a Ahe was Actu in the Chula 4 h Jayam pane on Kob x each nomination form must he signed surviving Are a daughter. Mrs. By the person submitting so that Ril a. R is unum in offer in Everett May Kansas City a judges Mav obtain further info us ,1 it try a and William.hk�n Rkia 7 guru our then must buy on a Market where brother William Gibson Chula mat on if they like. Four Sisters mrs. Myrtle flesh-1 Ron Wilder and Charles Duncan Man Chillicothe mrs. Margaret. Chairmen of the Dsa committee. Ii in a a 1 have said they Hope a number of a a a a a. Aas. A Jaquil died at 12 50 yesterday afternoon funeral Home saturday afternoon Penney organization and Hoffman nine Miles East of Chillicothe getter was a passenger in a car said there were Telephone inquiries Highway 36. The truck which a patient aint months. Driven it Fox Penney store Man a from All Over the \ Longs to Elvin Wimmer Farmers mrs. Transue was Horn feb. 14. Ager at storm Lake. La. and More than 700 Penney managers Ville was driven by Howard Hina. A 1869 in Linn county the daughter mrs. Getter and . And mrs. From the Canadian line to Texas 18, Trenton red 3. It received i i investment. 0f John and Ann Elliott Labar on Fox were returning from a j. C. Attended the mid Western Conven moderate damage at the front. He said that ski disagrees with july 25, 1888, she married John Penney store managers convention Tion in St. Louis. It was held in the Auto was driven by it. Mich the Contention that Farmers sell on Transue. I a a. A a a i _ a free Market a we receive what surviving Are three sons Char the buyer is willing to offer and Transue. Brookfield Root 1 Transue. Chula and John Taylor. Kansas City ran., lacerations of in St. Louis. The injured George Kucenic 31. 639 split Oak the seller determines the Price i Jim us continued on Page two three daughters. Mrs. The head and face and a concussion. Entries will be forthcoming Soj Dwight Lee whited the selectee will truly represent enlists in army outstanding Young Dwight i a whited 22, son of . And mrs. Luther w cited Meadville red 2. Has enlisted in the . Army for three years. He is a 1957 graduate of Meadville John Radford will conduct the serv ices. Interment will he in Braymer Evergreen cemetery. Home nursing class is completed Here mrs. Thomas Reed Home Nurs chairman of the mrs. Josephine of Dell Dies at Home near Hale . Bane was Horn March 30, 1901, at Chula the son of William a. And Hallie May Bane who pre ceded him in death. . Bane had lived in California 40 years. A surviving Are the wife and a Wau Lups no will Hui it mrs. Josephene o Dell died at daughter of California two Broth 3� yesterday afternoon Al her. Her Che Anc Chillicothe Home four Miles Southeast of Hale. Of Dell was born dec. 26, ors. Ing chairman of the Livingston mrs. County chapter of american red 1889 in Chariton county the Daughl us a 0 Cross assisted by mrs. Justin Holt Ter of Nicholas and Johanna t Quot a in held a Home nursing class in the Arch Kiter. Ira Peka Quot Shii Irintha Hospital n it j8. 1018. She was married a Ineria services Are Inci Gene Bane. United states Navy two Sisters mrs. Willa May Baker. And mrs. Marie incomplete burial will be in California. Home dec Council to Wilson of Dell who survives. A son. Victor o Dell lives at Hale a daughter mrs. Lois Norris in _ dependence and a son. Freddie to meet tuesday of Dell Paris to. There Are four sifters four Brothers and to grand he Home economics Extension Council will meet at 1 30 tuesday in the Federal court 2 of clock tuesday afternoon at i room in the Chillicothe Post office the Hale Baptist Church. Burial budding. Club year will be appointed at this meeting. Chillicothe Hospital. The course consisted of seven sessions of two hours each. Eight members who attended classes and received their cards were mrs. Cecil Hart. Mrs. Carroll Bennett mrs. Alva Watson mrs. John Rensch mrs. Homer Howe mrs. Charles children Noah and mrs. Gladys Lucas. Funeral services will be held at Bemoon attending some of the classes were mrs. Herman Jones mrs. Russell Davis mrs. Keith Jacka Lar Quot a cemetery under standing committees for the in son. Mrs d g. Morrice.,. Mrs. Quot in of the Austin funeral of Tor the in h s Beardsley and mrs. Rex Smith. Mrs. Reid will assist those interested in make up classes so they May receive their cards. The Hospital furnished the room for the classes and Winkelmeyer furniture company took the red Cross bed to the Hospital for the classes and returned it to the store where it is stored. The weather Josie Calohan. Revillo s. Dak. J Kucenic was the Driver of the mrs. Bessie Mangelsen Hudson second car. S Oak mrs. Zella Stevenson. I miss Gasparovic fractures of Wheeling 18 grandchildren a Sis-1 both lower legs fracture of the Ter mrs. Sadie Ruddy Wheeling i left dislocated hip fractured a brother. Lewis Labar. Hale a Pelvis and Shock half brother Harry Labar Lin Milan Gasparovic 28. Brother of Nous a half sister. Mrs. Amy miss Gasparovic fractured right Grice Laclede. I shoulder and facial bruises. She was preceded in death by Anton Joe mravunac 29, Kansas the in Jennej sore a. A ,. Her husband a son Robert three i City ran., broken left bruises the Fame it Origina it Brothers and Sisters. On the face. Milwaukee area. Two sections during the week. . And mrs. Getter had Ridden to St. Louis with Percy Murrey Penney manager at Carroll la., and mrs. Murray. Murray formerly was at Penney stores in Hamilton and Brookfield. The Murray desired to Stop Over in Columbia mo., with a daughter and the getters accepted a ride with . End mrs. Fox for the return trip from St. Louis. . Getter previously was with Al Paul Ferris 24, Salina. Ran., i who waa attempting to make a right turn. The pavement had Snow on it and was Slippery and t Hines who was following Ferria 1 Slid into the rear of the car. Passengers with Ferria Wera his wife . Elizabeth Ferria 24, i who received neck bruises and their son year old Michael p. Ferris ., who was bruised on the left Check. Neither required medical treatment. The Ferris car had damage at the rear and was towed to Robertson s. Two persons were injured in a 1-vehicle Accident half a mile i South of Chillicothe on . 65 at funeral services will be held at miss Velva Branner 20, Kansas the Kansas car was report y 9 g m saturday treated at the 2 of clock wednesday afternoon at City. Vanhock in route a Chillicothe Hospital were Elmer the Wheeling Baptist Church the . Fox punctured lung and col trooper t Audioun a a a asap 54. New Franklin. Mo., for Rev. Morgan of Boliver. Mo., will lapsed ribs. Trooper Lenzini of Brookxie d hip bruises and his wife mrs. Mary officiate burial will be in wheel mrs. Laverne Fox fractured the scene o e a a a uie c ing cemetery under the direction hand and Ankles lacerations and the Hospital \ of e. J. Robertson funeral Home Shock of Chula thieves take equipment from Dabney school mrs. Kathryn getter 46, fractured hand and Ankles lacerations to the Scalp and knee. Cars driven by Kucenic and Fox collided on . 36 about half a of a Bruise a 0� the Reeter and chief of police Wilbur. E an suffered cuts on the nose Mouth and left leg. Sapp told Pfaff. Three Hilt ambulances and one from Meadville brought the in Uit uru Ukiu inc m he was northbound during Jared person to the Chillicothe hoi that a car came at him on his thieves left part of their loot ,. In the school Yard after a break in n la ,ea5�?~ of the Quot heeling Junction saturday night at Dabney school. So before noon on saturday. A movie projector speaker and i1&Quot- Highway Atrol said in Cord were found near the Souther of car a a is wet Boid and the Corner of the school building Queen a it car eastbound and that the Highway patrol a rain a a. I mat a car ram., to Pital. Prayer service for Wayne o Bryan prayer services for Wayne i Factor in the Accident did not Stop of Halo who died i the pickup sustained moderate i Side and that he turned to the right to avoid it. Sappy a pickup truck left the Highway and ran into i a ditch. The Auto that was a pm Luik. I i saturday at the Chillicothe Hospital damage at the front. Missing however Are a tape debt on the Highway indicated i my 3 30 yesterday after. At 11 30 a. In. Sun of Matic pm Model tape recorder be Headon collision occurred in valued at $189.50, and a View Lex the Iowa car s Lane High school and was employed Byjv-500 strip film machine valued trooper Glen Calhoun obtained Boss Glove in Chillicothe prior at $114.50. I statements from some of the into enlisting. He Chuse the Field of chief of police Wilbur Pfaff and Jared mrs. Getter said the Kansas officer Jewell Akerson said the car a started sideways toward thieves broke Glass in a door and Fox said a fall of a sudden he was reached in to open the door. Looming right at us. I tried to get1 tory at Parkville 111. Communications As his army work and was sent to it. Leonard Wood for Basic training. Sunday a pickup it that i Adley funeral Home. I truck belonging to the Stith the Rev. Orville Grace performed Tion Tribune and driven by Bill the services. Plummer. Red 3. And a Sedan the body was taken to Tuscola driven by James w. Reeter red 111 where funeral services will be 4, collided on . 65 near the held at 1.30 tomorrow afternoon North City limits. Plummer was burial will by in o Bryan Ceme j making a left turn and Reeter was n in f 9 i to my generally fair. Northwest Missouri a partly Cloudy this afternoon becoming generally fair tonight and tuesday a Little warmer West Central tuesday Low tonight near 20 High tuesday in the 30s. Official temperatures saturdays maximum. Saturdays minimum .�?T31 sunday s maximum. 42 sundays minimum. 29 today a minimum. 24 precipitation 3 00 p. In. 26 River stage falling 19.89 year ago today maximum. 37 minimum. 13 an Iowa Man was fatally injured in the collision of this 1961 Buick and a Kansa car saturday on . 36 near Wheeling. The victim was Orville w. Getter 45. Of Denison. Clayton e. Fox. Storm Lake. La., Driver of the Buick is in critical condition. Wives of the two men were injured. The car a Lowed to lion berger.�?constitution-1 rib Une photo this 1961 Ford driven by George Kucenic 31, Kansas City ran., was one of two vehicles involved in a Headon collision near Wheeling saturday noon. All five persons in the Auto which was towed to Lionberger a were injured. One person in the other car died and three More were injured. See Story elsewhere on today s front Tribune photo. I starting to pass. There was damage to the Chrome at the front of the Reeter car and to the it rear Tail Light of the pickup truck. Homer Lee lock . 38, of 1311 Buma in Road escaped injury when his car left u. S. 36, two Miles West of Breckenridge at 12 30 a. In sunday and struck an embankment. Lock told the patrol he apparently dozed while driving East. The car was towed to Robertson a. Police ticketed two Drivers following a collision on South Washington Street at 3 20 p. In. Friday. Charged with careless driving were police blotter James Roy Mcneal 21. Kansas City was charged with speeding on South Washington Street at 1 15 a in sunday. Police said he was driving 55 Miles an hour. Marvin Eugene Long 17. Chula was charged with speeding and drag racing on Washington Street at 9 05 . Saturday. Officers said Long reached a Speed of 60 Miles an hour on Washington Street. Hugh Pat Anderson 19. Was arrested on complaint of David Williams who charged Anderson with cursing him and striking him in the Mouth. Anderson was released on $50 recognizance Bond to appear in court feb. 24. John h. Fitzgerald 35, St. Joseph and John Carl Stewart ,19, Brookfield

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