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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1966, Chillicothe, Missouri News notes of local happening mitts tonight women physical class will meet at Oclock bight at the Chirico the High parents of Pauo Hebr and Roscoe announce the birth of a daughter at sunday evening at the Chillicothe the new arrival weighed 5 pounds and 8 to meet the chill clothe business and professional women club will meet tuesday evening at at the strand those unable to attend Are asked to Call Ches Ter bobbins at my daughter arrives a daughter was born at Oclock Friday evening to and Lawrence James the baby weighed 7 pounds and in Nowland and daughter were dismissed this mor Ning to their underwent surgery Sam 218 Webster Street underwent open surgery at the University of Missouri medical Center in Columbia on Friday and not open heart surgery As was stated in saturdays condition favourable the condition of Rex 166 Crescent drive is favourable for improvement at the University of Missouri medical Colum Hargrave underwent sur Gery he is a patient in room 539e at the vacationed in West and 249 Southwest returned during the weekend from a Mont Vaca Tion in the they visited san los an Al the Carlsbad and Golden parents of a son and John Jones announce the birth of a Tea Pound at Oclock sunday morn ing at the Ray county memorial Hospital in the name of John Maurice has been Jones is the former Lois Lowe daughter of and Elmer Lowe of this admitted to Hospital Stephen red Chilli Leothe George 314v4 Calhoun Street George Norborne Robert 415 Webster Street and Jimmy country club drive have entered the Chillicothe Hospital for entering the Hospital for medical care Are Dick Breck Enridge Ted 102 East Jackson Street Patrick 1866 100 years of strict to Chlell Coth and this area 1966 Lvii daily lotion january 1966 tin Paoli ii joins in 78hour cease fire for Viet Nam Holiday other Allied forces also told to withhold fire during South Viet 17 com Mander of forces in Viet Wiliam West today ordered All american troops to cease fir ing for 78 hours starting at noon thursday in Observance of the vietnamese lunar new year Westmoreland order seconded the decision of the South vietnamese govern ment to halt fighting during the National Sim Ilar instructions went to South australian and new zealand troops fighting alongside the vietnamese and the truce More than doubles the 30hour ceasefire observed by Allied forces during the Christ Mas but it Falls 18 hours Short of the tet truce proclaimed by the Viet there was no sign in the Saigon sector of any setup in fighting be fore the although else where in the country military activities continued at a slow approve appointment of Cream Ridge assessor the appointment of Douglas pin Ley As assessor of Cream Ridge township has been approved by the Livingston county the oath of office As administered by Madeline county Finley takes the place of the for Mer who continued on Page six count Absentee ballots from special election three Absentee ballots East in Livingston county for the special state election last week have been Madeline county reported today that three votes were cast in favor of amendments one and two and two were cast in favor of amendment three and one James Jackson is named Orscheln manager Here James Jackson has been appointed manager of the Orscheln farm Home Supply store to succeed permit Klatt of it was announced today by president of the Klatt has been promoted to Man Ager of the Orscheln farm Home Supply store at Jackson before this appointment was assistant manager of Orscheln continued on Page Samuel Bowling Dies at farm Home he had resided in Hale Community 60 Samuel died Satur Day at his Home East of he was funeral services will be held at 9 Oclock tuesday afternoon from the Chapel of the Austin funeral Home at the Billy pot Ter will be the officiating burial will be in the Hale Cem Samuel son of Matthew Cruthers Bowling and Martha Neely was born in rails he had resided in the Hale Community 60 on May he married miss Lucy Myrtle bowl ing died March survivors Are four George and no dra Al mrs Eloise and Wyo a and two sons Ralph and Sam area school for nurses approved an government Grant announced train in three the labor department has advised the Chirico the area office of the division of employment Security of approval of a training class for 20 licensed practical a Grant of has been made to the employment Security Agency and the department of education to Purchase to pay instructional and to pro vide training allowances for 20 according to Virgil manager of the area office of the employment Security Agency and Paul director of vocational education for the Brookfield school Brown explained that his office initiated the request for the licensed practical nurse training program to train 60 nurses Over the next three years for the Chillicothe labor Market this is the first of a series of classes to be requested for this the employment service will consider applications from persons living in the seven county area Dav Mercer and Carroll in staffing the interested applicants outside the area should Contact the employment office that serves their priorities will be Given to unemployed Heads of household p unemployed member of Low income farm families unemployed youth Between 18 and 22 years of age any unemployed person who needs training to improve Brown applicants will be Given aptitude test and tentative selection made by february applicants will then be interviewed by an admittance committee consisting of Paul school Virgil employment service Helen nurse coordinator Stacy Brookfield hos Pital sister Francis Hospital and Hugh Chillicothe Brown pointed out that eligible enrollees would receive per week training allowance plus per week for each dependent with a maximum of enrollees May be paid an additional travel subsistence allowances up ill strap succeeds Hess with Leo will serve As acting administrator for human resources group the human resources develop ment corporation of livings Daviess and Caldwell organized to administer Federal funds under the office of economic announces the appointment of Russel Gilstrap to acting administrator for Hal Hesse who has been granted a sixty Day leave of Gilstrap has been Active in the organization since 1965 and is Well informed concerning the needs of the fou county area and programs which will be most beneficial to conduct a successful fight to eliminate poverty within the at present the corporation has successfully conducted these pro Grams since its head neighbourhood youth corps summer and is administering the program development and homemakers training program employing approximately fort nine either in the regional office or in Start debate on voting rights act before High court six Southern Stirtm doubt constitutionality of 1965 17 the Federal government clashed with a big segment of the South today As debate Over the constitutionality of the 1968 voting rights act opened before the us David Robinson special counsel for South Rose to Aunch the eight hour debate Over the nearly a Quarter of a million negroes have registered to vote in he seven Southern states touched by the act since it became five of those states joined South Carolina in its attack on the Law As an inappropriate and unfair use of Federal Power to enforce the 15th amendment to the cons Titu forbidding denial of voting continued on Page car vandalism on Polk Street reported police also investigate window breaking Don 1128 Polk re ported to police yesterday that the radio Antenna was broken off his 1965 Plymouth while the car was parked in front of his residence be tween 7 saturday and 7 m Donald told police the radio Antenna was broken off his 1966 Plymouth while it was parked at 919 Polk Street Between and 11 police received complaints Satur Day that windows were broken at the Chillicothe lumber 400 Ryan and that someone broke a window of a Milwaukee Railroad train while the train was going through Chillicothe saturday the report was made from Laredo and a Railroad Detec Tive is expected in Chillicothe to join the police picked up four juveniles for but later released the boys admitted having been in the Vicinity but denied they had anything to do with the Glass breaking farm Home Supply in Cape the James and have twin Bonnie and who Are 6 years of All Are members of the methodist the Jacksons Are Active in the mens and women Bowling Jackson is a master Mason of Lakeville Lodge 289 at Bell he will assume his duties As Man Ager january continued on Page list area vote by counties the county county rundown by the associated press on Fri Days special election on three proposed constitutional Amend rents includes those All three amendments were rejected warmer Northwest Cloudy partly Cloudy warmer Light variable Wendi Lew tempera term tonight Ler Tojo North to a Alghi Twidy in official saturday maximum saturdays minimum sundays Max mum s minimum 15 87 25 by area though they passed Caldwell Carroll Chariton Daviess Grundy Linn Livingston Macon Mercer Caldwell Carroll Chariton Dawless Grundy Linn Livingston Macon Mercer Caldwell Carroll Chariton preposition 1 Btl 265 500 733 327 318 690 67ft 748 Ion proposition 2 my 435 882 314 s82 674 8 Grundy Unn Livingston Macon 197 258 188 271 230 m 420 820 is no 617 898 562 552 786 871 873 518 no 525 950 579 543 811 966 953 500 no 598 830 658 888 m Ralph offal advanced Yalli Chalmers goes to Oklahoma City As sales Ralph District representative Here for the last six Lias been promoted by the Allis Chalmers company to sales Man Ager in Oklahoma and began work today at Oklahoma and mrs Moffatt and their 11 8 Bill and will move to Oklahoma City when a residence is they Are now residing at 1516 Locust the Mot facts moved to Chillicothe from Forest in both and Moffatt Are originally from and Moffatt has been with Alli Chalmers since his graduation from the University of ten Moffatt is a graduate of Miller Hawkins business the Moffatt lived at before going to Forest City and then to Moffatt has been Active in Colum bans Parish and Moffatt in the presbyterian Junior senior High adult group to meet the Junior senior High schoo1 Parent adult group will meet a this thursday evening m the choral room of the Eugene will Spur the emphasis toward better understanding of Parent student re Joe a Chillicothe High school will present his 6 minute contest winning speech on the foundation of our Ameri can Joe placed Sec Ond in the District american legion oratorical a 20minute discussion film on adolescent years will be shown with group participation following the Public is invited to attend the continued on Page Maude Fraley Dies at Home Here she was widow of Bruce operator of livestock Sale Maude Iva died at this morning at her 318 after being seriously us the last three she was born in Knox county on february thedaugh Erot Lee Greenley and Iva Welch g0n August she married Bruce Sinclair Fraley at they resided in Knox and Shelbina before mov tog to Chillicothe in in 1928 they moved to and they re turned to this City from Macon to the residence at 318 Washington has been the family Home since Fraley died october he was a livestock dealer and operator of Braleys Sale Pavilion on East Highway Fraley attended Rural schools in county and the Kirksville Normal she was a member of the Christian surviving Are two berms f Fraley of and d Fraley of Chillicothe a Daugh miss Dorothy Chillicothe two John of Knox City and will a Lucy Balthrope of Edina two and two great funeral under the direction of the Norman funeral Are incomplete and will be announced installation and recognition were included in the program of the Chillicothe shrine club last night at the masonic a dinner preceded the the 1966 officers pictured at top from Bill treasurer Bud Secretary Vernon third Vic president Ben second and Howard first not pictured is Reuben presi certificates for outstanding service to the shrine were presented by Billy Jack the retiring from left in lower Vernon wisely and Une Madeline Hawkins files candidacy seeks first full term As county Madeline Hawkins is the second person to file As a Candi Date for the August primary elec Tion in Livingston Hawkins is completing a 2 year unexpired term of who retired from the office of county clerk in this will be her first time to run for 4year before being appointed As county clerk in january of served five years As a Dep Uty clerk under she is a Democrat and a life Long resident of Livingston Hawkins and her reside on a farm South of a few reflections on whats going on in the Community Lions club to observe charter night the Chillicothe Lions club will meet at this evening at the strand hotel for charter Homer Stanfield of Boonville will be the guest cab damaged 1966 Oldsmobile belonging to Tab Kay red Tren was damaged at the left rear tender while parked in the Star loaf parking lot at the car was bumped by a 18fi3 Chevrolet being backed by doom limit m two women who belong to the same social club didst know until last week that they were a third member of the group popped by for one and they drove around the Block to the Home of the it was Only then that two of the ladies Learned that their Back Yards adjoin and that they had been neighbors More than a one Home faces on Polk Street and the other the two plan to get better Neil Beardmore says it really a Man from out of town was to his store and asked Neil it he would mind mailing a business let Ter for him when he went by the Post Beardmore glanced at the then walked Over to another Cus Tomer in the store and banded him the it was an unusual coincidence that the sender and the who did not know Oak ago tier per should be in the same store at the same the Board of education Laboured for months planning and carrying through a Bond Issue for a new technical vocational John a member of the was visiting with some one last week and who commented that vocational school is going to be a Good did your school Board have any thing to do with that Wolfer again Heads Industrial group named by Board after annual meeting of cidred Walter was reelected presi Dent of the Chirico the Industrial development corporation by its Board of directors today following the annual meeting of Cid share holders in the Council Chambers of the City other officers for also re Are Charles vice and Smery Bur at the shareholders three directors were elected to succeed themselves for three year the three Are Edgerton Welch and Pat the names were placed in Nomi nation by Paul chairman of the nominating shareholders of the Industrial development group heard the an Nual financial Given by Emery who also announced that any shareholder who wishes to obtain a Cid balance Sheet showing the financial status As of today Date May do so at either of the two Wolter presided at the Gas franchise checks to cities and towns Chula and Meadville Are Missouri Public service company this week made its second Semi annual Gas franchise payment for 1965 to the City of Chillicothe for the use of streets and Lester area gave the City clerk a Check for which is the franchise payment based on the company sales of Gas to Consumers in Chillicothe during the second six months of including the amount paid for the first six the total paid for the year 1965 is the semiannual payment to the City of Meadville was including the amount paid for the first six the total for Mead Ville in 1965 was Wheeling received a Check for the total franchise pay an alcohol narcotics program for students programs on the physiological effects of alcohol and narcotics will be presented to Chillicothe Junior and senior High school students Shields and Home of the Christian civic foun Dation of an interdenominational educational will speak and show a ver dict at an Assembly will be presented at for the Lith and 12th Shields and Home will visit several classes and an Assembly for the eighth and ninth grades will be Given at two kindergarten students who had been having differences of opinion that Day were costumed for a play for an audience of parents and one Robed Ai a King and the other dressed As a before marching to the turn to go on one of the boys sidled up to the Marie White and asked do you suppose it would be All right for a King to bit a Lamb right Square in the nose11 sure right after the program they were said Watt Emu ment for the year was Chula received for the second six which made us total for the year Bald win said the Gas franchise pay ments Are in addition to electric franchise payments which Are de ducted monthly in the amount of from the cites Street Light Baldwin said the company also nays real personal property and other taxes to Livingston Ana Una counties and to these prowler reported police investigated a report of a prowler at 1780 country club drive sunday Edward Cook Dies at age of 87 was retired Farmer and 60year Lodge Edward died at Oclock saturday afternoon at the Chillicothe where he had been a patient seven Cook had been in failing health Sev eral memorial services were held at 2 Oclock this afternoon from the Oakland Christian Church with the Delbert con interment was in the Ava Ion under direction of the Norman funeral Mem Bers of the Lodge con ducted a service at the for the funeral Wayne accompanied by miss Mary Sang when they ring those Golden Bells and will the Circle be unbroken pallbearers were Milton Ray Clarendon stand Kell Lew Linton and Vernon Flower bearers were mesdames Dorothy Era Geneva Sarah Oan Gibson and Mary Edward son of John Cook and Mary Hamner was born june in Carroll he was a great great grandson of the famous James who discovered the hawaiian he was a member of the Chris Tian Church and he Farmed in the Bosworth and Avalon communities prior to moving to Chillicothe in he was a 60year member of the Ava Lon on be married Lou Mae Pennington in Carroll she died Cook is survived by two Mildred England and Bernice child Cote three Louis de Ray town Jerry and Donald Wayne he also leaves three Bill and Brent preceding Cook in death Dies at Utica Home he o Well known Livingston county Fanner for John Clinton was found dead in his bed at his Home in Utica sunday who was had been in failing health for 10 Neal was a Farmer in the Utica Community for Many years and after retirement moved to a residence in he was Bora february in the son of John David Neal and Sarah Lamar on May Neal mar ried the former Mayme Walz in survivors in addition to the include one John Clinton Mooresville two Everett Bernice Shelton and Norman Max Ine Newell of three Laura Lena Mcdan and Delia eight and eight funeral services will be conduct under the direction of the nor Man funeral at 2 Oclock wednesday afternoon at the Utica Baptist burial will be in the Utica the family requests no contributions in memory of Neal May be made to the Utica Baptist Church building Delbert Dewey Dies was retired Meadville Farmer Delbert n retired Farmer of the Meadville died at Oclock this morning at the Chillicothe Dewey was admitted to the Hospital Sun Day a son of John Dewey and Jennie peed Wai born near on he married Mable he was a member of the Meadville methodist survivors Are his wife of Tho Home a Kansas City three Harold Chillicothe Caryol and Gary and six grand funeral under direction of the Wright funeral Home of Are incomplete and will be announced laugh it off were two Velma and Opal three and three come when l Laid the heats i meant us we earning up

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