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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1966, Chillicothe, Missouri I news notes of local happenings with the Sayers and Robert Sayer and family of Meadville were guests week of Sayers and Adolph Sayer of this position for James Don Thelma James of Chillicothe has accepted a position at dianas Beauty Nook in South town shopping James will begin july Caru Tharp Here Carl Tharp of Spickard is this weekend in Chillicothe with her How Ard Jimmy and and Betty Floyd and return prom Bagnell dam Lloyd Baker and and David Fifer returned Friday from Bagnell dam where they have been visiting this week with Bakers Shar on Baker and Bee who Are employed emergency surgery Forrest 1126 was taken to Kansas City thurs Day morning for an emergency a Adams is a patient in room 153 in the North Kan Sas City memorial his Howard Adams of Liberty is with visit in Bate Home and James Barbara and John of and and Raymond Hen Jean and Ronnie of Kansas who Are vacationing at the Lake of the spent thurs Day in Chillicothe with and Grover red Chilli move into new Home and Bob Cashatt and Karen and have moved into their new Home at 1703 Burnam the Home was recently purchased from and Robert Thompson and and Alvin Cashett is employed by the John craves meat and Cashatt by the Midwest Glove attended conference and Eldon Smith and Kevin returned thursday to their Home in Laredo after spend ing the past week in while there they attended the National sunday school training conferences at the Glor 1866 100 years of service to and this 1966 july 1966 six pages 164 up in the dangling from the Boom of a is a demolished 1966 mus Tang coach which overturned several times after hitting another car in Avalon shortly after the 19yearold Theodore red was treated at the Chillicothe Hospital for a severe laceration of the the state Highway patrol said the Accident occurred at today at the intersection of routes Ujj and j at the East Edge of Avalon and that Donald Niles and Nichols both were headed the Mustang struck the right rear Corner of Spragues then rolled Over several there was moderate damage to the 1963 Chevrolet Sedan driven by Nichols car was towed to lion bergers in where this picture was photo is topic of meeting of Chillicothe Garden club More on Page column 6 Martin rites to be monday afternoon funeral services for Mary Inez widow of Fred Walter will be held at 2 Oclock monday afternoon at the Chapel of the Norman funeral Don Ward of Raymore will conduct the burial will be in the Horton South of Martin died Friday morn ing at her apartment in the Lam Bert the Chillicothe Garden club met yesterday morning in the Community room of the Chillicothe state Bank with 24 members Benjamin riles Howard program introduced Ben White who presented Justin Holt spoke on deals in he gave an informative talk on telling of the different of its of its chemical and Why it must be he stated that compost is one of the Best soils for asked by the were an swered by the members stood for a moment of silence in memory of Dave mrs riles appointed Wil Liam Wigfield As chairman and Harry Glover As co chairman of the Flower distribution committee for birthdays and other Annivera riles reported that Flowers had been planted at the Community Center on Brunswick Elizabeth Meek presented town loses Industry Tor Lack of horse manure West july 16 Al West Plains chamber of Commerce decided it guarantee 500 tons of horse manure a week for a mushroom Art executive expressed its regrets tuesday to Gilbert industrialist specialist for the Missouri division of Commerce and the state Agency had alerted West a town of deep in the Missouri to the possibility of attracting a new Indus look at it this Gutfahr wrote one horse produces feet of manure 34 cubic feet of manure equals one 500 tons a week equals cubic feet or requires pounds divided by 45 pounds divided by seven there Arent horses in West even if there were and we had them All on the squad eating rolled Oats and Epsom Salt wed have a real Job producing million pounds of manure a week if we started to stockpile Thi in six months wed have pile of manure twice As High a the tallest building in West Plain and a Block i hate to use a i Don think were in a position to hours around with this mushroom bus dont you have a Prospect that raises Gardenias or cucumbers did you which included Uch suggestions As vinegar used n water for bouquets will keep Owers use a Sharp knife instead of scissors when cutting do not mix Sweet peas with ther Flowers in a bouquet As they ave a tendency to cause other Flowers to and Portulaca will Row where nothing else the the fruited placed on the speakers Able was made by George Troeger who used White Day and artificial James Lund is named manager of Hales James who has been with Hales supermarkets the last four has been advanced to the position of manager of the Hales store at Lund is originally from Ham was with the Hales firm there two years and came to Chillicothe when the Chillicothe store was opened two years Lund and his and their 22monthold re Side at 1021 Washington Lund succeeds Larry artists sketch brings leads on Chicago killer police confident they will capture Man who murdered eight july artists sketch of the killer who slaughtered eight student nurses has brought a flood of new leads and a burst of new Confidence to detectives determined to Hunt the Man weve been inundated with phone tips and leads since we added the sketch to our de scrip said Michael Deputy chief of a police artist sketched the kill ers face after closely questioning the Only survivor of the town House who roused from heavy sedation Friday after the Long night of Spiotto said the two hour inter View was eminently num Ber were confident were go ing to get this he number we know the girl can identify the Corazon filled in details missing from her hysterical account blurted out to police when she finally fled the blood splattered House of death thursday at at least one mystery and police shed no new Light on it after the interview with miss Amurao Why were there no loud no outcries for during the time the killer bound and gagged the nine herded them into a Back and led eight of them out one at a time to their there were some Light outcries by the girls who came in but it want Spiotto said miss hear Man with gun forces boy into car a report that a boy was forced at gunpoint to get into a taken into the country East of town and later released near his Home was understood to have been investigated by police Early chief Russell Dusenberry and sheriff Kelsie Reeter said at noon today that they had not been told of any such last year a boy walking on Washington reported to his parents that he was forced into a car while he was walking on Washington taken into the country and returned to the Man in this instance threatened the youth with a mistreatment of prisoners brings warning from spent entire life on the same farm Wallace rites to be sunday at Carrollton Mary Mother of Ernest 336 Webster died at Oclock thurs Day afternoon at the Sperry Nurs no where she had been a patient four she had been n failing health several funeral services will be held at St sunday afternoon from the Marshall funeral Home in Carrollton with the John Buck interment will be in the Oakhill cemetery in a daughter of Henderson and Fannie Hen was born in Carroll she was married to William Wallace in Carroll he preceded her in surviving Are four Ernest Chillicothe Hazel Harry Slater Earl one Harry Kansas nine grand children and eleven great grand two children died in infancy and two Brothers and two Sisters pre ceded her in More on Page column 5 Clifford Worthington Dies at nursing Home Clifford died at Oclock this morning in a local nursing where he had been a patient several he had been ill six Worthington was born on Elmer wend died Here Friday Elmer Harvey a lifelong resident of Cream Ridge died at Oclock Friday evening at a local nursing he had been in failing health three years and seriously ill eight Ward was a son of Richard Ward and Margaret Reynolds was born 12vi Miles North East of Chillicothe in Cream Ridge township on aug he was reared and spent his entire lifetime on the same he attended the Ward school near Chula and the Maupin Busi Ness on june he married Harriet Pond in Ward survives of the he was preceded in death by his parents and a Delia memorial services for Ward will be held at 2 Oclock tuesday afternoon from the Chapel of the Norman funeral burial will be in the family lot in Edge Wood july 1893 in Putnam a son of Isam Worthington and Susan Morrow he attended school in he married Rosa May Carter in Kirks Worthington spent the greater part of his married life n he moved to lock Springs in survivors Are his Rosa May Des Moines two Gene stationed with the air Force in England and Donald Chillicothe a Mari Lyn Des Moines two Broth Cecil Des and Roy two Verna Sauv Kelson and Oma Kansas and 10 grand Worthington was preceded in death by his parents and four memorial services will be held at tuesday morning at the Chapel of the Lindley funeral graveside services will be held at at the Rose band to present 2nd summer concert tuesday night at Park will be first appearance for new director Claude the second i a series of sum Mer concerts to be presented by the Chillicothe High school band will be played next tuesday eve Ning in Simpson Park beginning at the band will be under the direction of William Maupin and Claude Smith will be making his first appearance with the senior High who succeeded Richard Miller As director of the senior High marching and concert started work Here the first of this and Smith and have moved into a duplex on eleventh Smith attended Central col and has a masters degree from the University of Kan he has taught previously at and Center High school in Kansas he was selected As the most outstanding band director in Nebraska by Doane College in selections by the band will in clude pop and the musical score to the Broadway show the King and i those planning to attend the con Cert Are advised to bring their own seating As the Park Bench Supply is in the event of the concert will be postponed and will be rescheduled for the follow ing no debris found in Aerial search a report of a Ball of fire descend ing to the ground and observed in the West from Miles Northeast of Hale was investigated yesterday afternoon in the area Between Ava Lon and state sheriff Kelsie officers from Carroll coun air plane pilots and citizens band radio operators joined in a but nothing was found to indicate that a plane might have caught fire and there were later reports of others seeing a flame at approximately the same about 11 miss Elsie Hininger Dies at Hale Home miss Elsie a lifelong resident of the Hale died at 3 Oclock this morning at her Home in she was she was born at Hale on Decem quiet returns to Rio torn area All in Calm in Chicago after guardsmen threaten to shoot to july a flying squads of impressively armed National guardsmen and police re stored relative peace today to the scarred streets of a West Side area ripped since thursday by racial Youthful gangs who had burned and fired snipe style from rooftops faded away Friday night As to shoot to kill if fired on through the streets of a 140 Square lock area rolled trucks loaded with rifles at the bayonets fixed jeeps with Macine guns mounted police cars with shotguns poked out knots of negroes lined curbs in some cat calling occasional but there were Only scattered incidents one reported sniper with police returning fire but finding no one a fire bomb thrown into a Street outside a Home a few store windows broken several fires in houses and by police streets were virtually the Calm contracted dramatic ally with thursday two negroes were killed by gun shot and 30 were injured amid widespread looting and burning that continued into the Day Otto Kerner called up the will change feeling o Harriman jays the officials in july 16 ambassador Averell Harriman publicly warned Hanoi today that mis treatment of captives will change the whole feeling of the War he up to now has not been aimed a against the people of North Viet in the strongest words yet issued by a Washington official concern ing red threats to try american prisoners As War Harri Man said North Viet Nam still indicates that they believe that the United states will give just As France did some years if they hold if they think there is any thing in this at one of the sur est Way for it to assure that the american Public will stick to this thing to the no matter How Long it would be their mis treatment of our even though i cant give them any encouragement that we will give president has made it very Plain that we will stick to it to the will change the whole feeling of the so far there has been no bitter Ness on the part of the american government or the american peo ple against the people of Viet but this Barbaric act would heighten the tem poral feeling and can Only react a against the interests of the North More on Page column 4 near Unionville Ber the daughter of Joseph Hininger and Josie Mcdaniel miss Hininger had been failing in health the last several surviving Are three Maude Haynes of Osage miss Angie Hininger of the and Lula Huffmon of Hale and a Ray Hininger of funeral services will be conducted at 2 Oclock monday afternoon at the Austin funeral Home in Hale by burial will be in Cameron cemetery located near the body is at the Austin funeral Home in Friday at the request of mayor Richard the mayor said he Felt police alone could not Cope with the worst in the North since 34 were killed in massive rioting in los an Geles last Francis Kane held troops in Reserve and sent into operating from a base in a parking they teamed with if anybody shoots at my Kane told my or Ders Are to shoot to the word must have gotten newsmen interviewing More on Page column 8 the weather Rise in temperature Northwest Missouri Gener ally fair through Little Westerly 1015 Man this Low tonight 65 to 72 High Sun Day around official temperatures yesterdays maximum 79 yesterdays minimum today minimum precipitation River rising 650 year ago today master and Thomas Rolens Thomas a former was recently promoted to the rank of master sergeant Rolens has been in Mili tary service since april he is a Veteran of 26 missions into Viet and was a member of the air Crew that delivered the Atlas Booster and the Centaur mis Sile to Cape Kennedy which placed the Surveyor on the sergeant and Rolens and three children returned this week where sergeant Rolens is the standardization Load master for the 84th military Airlift squad while Here they visited Rolens and Voyle at Rol ens is the former Mary Ann they also visited sergeant Rolens the and Hugo formerly of Chilli the picture was taken when ser James Kelly Here today campaigning for state Senate James Kelly of accompanied by was in Livingston county today on behalf of his Campaign for the Republican nomination for state senator of Missouri 12th they visited a number of people in Chillicothe and planned to go to other towns in the county insofar As time Kelly has served three terms in the state he is a Grad uate of Kemper military school and the University of is a farm owner and and is president of Kemper military school and he has been Active in Republican politics for years and is a former chairman of the Republican state counties in the 12th District Are Gen Liv Sulli Van and Bogard baptists have new pastor the James a Grad uate of Kansas City midwestern Seminary in Kansas has accepted the full time pastorate of Bogard Baptist reports the Carrollton Aiken will begin his duties at Bogard Sun Jennie Holicer a native of county died at Hospital after suffering hip Jennie died at thursday afternoon at the Chillicothe where she had been hospitalized since suffering hip fracture on june Jennie daughter of Jacob Iberg and Eva Crews waa born october in Livingston near she at tended White Cloud Rural school in Livingston on March she married Benjamin Harrison Holicer in Chil the Paul minister of the presbyterian performed the she spent her entire lifetime in the eve Sonville she was a member of the eve Sonville Baptist in addition to Ber husband of the Holicer leaves Marvin Mary Kathryn Wheeling Charles Alaska two and Colorado and a Kathryn Ann she is also survived by five children Ronald Chula miss Diane Chillicothe Terry port Teresa and Sherrl and two funeral services will be held at 2 Oclock sunday afternoon from the Baptist Church in Wheeling with the Lawrence Hammond burial will be inthe Parson Creek cemetery in Linn under the direction of the Norman funeral the family will be at the Chapel of the funeral Home this evening from to Oclock to receive cars hit on West Polk Street Bridge two automobiles headed in oppo site directions collided on the Small Polk Street Bridge at the West edae of Chillicothe at 10 Oclock last causing considerable damage to there were no the state Highway patrol said that Max Lee red was headed in a 1961 Ford convertible and that Peter Marley of 1424 Forest was headed into both the Seaman car and the Dodge coach driven by Somerville were towed Iway by Geant Rolens was nominated Lor airman of july with morning worship at and evening at decorative panels for a new Louis building Are being done Here by Louis sculptor William Conrad Severson is the artist commissioned by teamsters Council 13 to do the lobby Art panels for its 20story Council House retirement Center at grand Avenue and the express he Lukea the Clay available at the Midland Brick and tile which also will fire the and is working in the gymnasium of the state training school for one of the smaller panels that will make up his design of the the creation is examined by Janet Bailey and Mary Jane the sketch in Clay at right u of superintendent of the training and was done during an program for girls of Laugk it off

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