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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1964, Chillicothe, Missouri News notes of local happenings undergoes surgery Glenn 1427 under went surgery yesterday morning at the Chillicothe Urbach is reported As doing quite Well after his guests from Denver Frank Graham and Daugh of Are guests for a few Days of and Robert 1908 Polk on Western vacation and Junior Tolle and Tolles and Dick left Friday evening on a vacation trip to Colo they will visit at Colorado Denver and at Estes arrive tonight and John Ola will arrive this evening and will spend the rest of the week end visiting relatives and they will visit her Gertrude 720vs Washington and his George grouse and 910 Williamss will visit and Bertis will arrive i Chillicothe Early next week for a several week vacation visiting relatives and and Williams Are former of arrive from Topeka and Lawrence Walker and arrived this morning to visit walkers Lydia 305 and to attend the wedding of miss Nellie to Schwab and Jerry Dale visited in Colorado and Everett Nichols have returned from a visit at with their Bill Nichols and in route Home they visited in Des Moines with their Ray Locke and and Steve who accompanied continued on Page area students Are on Honor Roll at Northeast state the personnel office of Northeast Missouri state teachers has announced the names of 667 undergraduates who earned places on the 1964 Spring Quarter Honor in order to be eligible for this a student must earn 7 or More semester hours of with at least an s students on the Honor Roll of those with Grade averages at least Halfway Between an s and e included Gerald Ava Ion Mary Jackson Chillicothe Melvin wheel ing Boisbel Sumner Jerold Linneus Donald other Honor Roll students included Jack Brimson Ray Purdin Mildred Falcon Purdin Elaine Laredo Max Jamesport Jerri Rothville Patricia Laclede Oliver Gal latin Donald Linneus John Houston serves on arbitration Board in school dispute superintendent of Chillicothe r2 served yesterday As a member of an arbitration Board deciding a Clinton county Boundary dispute Between Cameron re and Lathrop r2 school Houston was appointed by the state department of Educa Tion and served with James president of the Clinton county Board of and Donald president of the Dekalb county Board of involved was an area of about 5vz Miles at the extreme South end of the Cameron residents had requested that they be As signed to which is closer to their area than and the request was granted by the arbitration children of the area traditionally attended the la Throp school prior to reorganization at a time when districts could not be divided in a re organizational Houston the weather rain predicted Northwest Missouri Cloudy this tonight Day with scattered showers and thundershowers Little cooler extreme Northwest sunday Low tonight in mid is High St Day in official temperatures yesterdays yesterdays minimum today mum Una 64 precipitation Yurato today maximum minimum 59 vol lev daily edition june six pages 140 Scranton attacks sold water Radical policy statements Pennsylvania governor Given a warm sen Doh by party june William Scranton of Pennsylvania pressed his eleventh hour Campaign for the Republican presidential nomination today with a vigorous attack on Barry Goldwater of without mentioning Goldwater by but leaving no doubt whom lie Scranton attacked what lie referred to As the shoot from the rather than think from the tied foreign policy philosophy of his rival for the june suave William Scranton embarked today on what he depicts As a Lincoln Ian crusade to Rescue the Republican party from the Goldwater conservatism he sees As threatening a gop defeat in no Scranton declared himself in the running for the party presidential nomination Friday and received a warm sendoff from Many Republican including former president Dwight Eisenhower and the target of his new Advent Barry Goldwater of Goldwater called Scranton one of the outstanding governors in the who had urged an open convention and indicated differences with Gold welcomed the entry of whom i have Long but Scranton received anything continued on Page three professor Fuller and family visit Dawn thursday evening dinner guests of Hazel Carey were Shirley Carey and Tom and and Woodrow Carey and Margaret of the fullers were in route to Law where their 15yearold will enter the univer sity of Kansas on a National Sci ence foundation pro lessor Fuller is a Nephew of Hazel Carey and lived in Dawn As a Small this was his first return trip to Dawn in 25 professor Fuller teaches germanic and slavic languages at the University of Tennessee at saw funnel Cloud along 65 near Carrollton thursday a Tornado funnel Cloud was seen just South of the Carrollton City limits about 3 Oclock thursday the Carrollton demo crat said it received several re ports of the Norman a Rural mail Carrier out of the Carrollton Post office saw the Cloud and reported it to the Post Bill Crouch of 500 North Leslie Street said he and his wife were coming towards Carrollton on Highway 65 and were in the Vicin Ity of Bogard Junction when they saw the he said it appeared to be Between the Korff Oil company and Fishers service Sta Tion at the Crouch stated that the Tail of the funnel kept whipping around in All directions during the time it was he said the Cloud did not touch the ground at any time while he was watching on arriving in Crouch said he stopped at Walts service station and there were Sev eral men there that said they had also seen the All of these men said they did not see the Tail touch the ground at any Olive dispatcher and Secretary in the Carroll county sheriffs said ing she saw the funnel and was watching it from the window on the third floor of the court she said she saw the Cloud form South West of town and that it never came very she continued to watch the Cloud until it had the funnel presented any evidence of coming to the Barnes was ready to Alert the county authorities and the civil defense for an even higher teaching Standard Chillicothe r2 Board discusses upgrading requirements and a proposal for research on a teacher salary schedule that would set up continuing educational requirements with a View to making a Good school system even better was recommended by Earl president of the Chillicothe r2 Board of at a special Board meeting last Hill said that summer study by teachers and refresher courses serve As a definite Benefit to the school and that a Well chosen Sal Ary schedule based on such study would serve As an we want to have the Best we can provide in education for our Hill offered to Contact superintendents of any schools suggested by Board members and request information about their salary Gilbert a Board Mem told the we have the Best school in the whole and we want to keep it that he suggested study of the larger mis Souri such As Kansas rather Board member Sam Long suggested that information obtained from other schools be studied by a committee that would include representation from the school one or More school and persons from the teaching whether or not incentive require ments aimed at continually improving education in the Chillicothe District would require additional Money for the teacher fund was id like to go to the people next Long and we Are upgrading our we Are upgrading our but it takes do you want it i believe they they have never turned us Down commented Trenton Man injured near Meadville Junction a Trenton Everett suffered a Small laceration of the left Elbow when his 1961 Ford collided with a 1959 International tractor semitrailer on 36 about Miles West of Meadville Junction at Oclock thursday reports the Brookfield news no other injuries were the property damage was Exten no charges were according to the Frey who was westbound on Highway observed an approaching car with a flagman waving a warning Frey applied his brakes near a Bridge and skidded into the approaching tractor and trailer which was hauling a Large Metal the left front of freys car was extensively the other running Board and Saddle tank were knocked off the take a propaganda blast at West in pact communique worn against stirring up Berlin troubles West standing june 13 so Viet Union and East Germany accused the West today of stirring up trouble in West Berlin and warned that serious complications of the situation in Western Europe could be the a joint communique issued after departure of East German communist Leader Walter us might also claimed that West Ber in has never belonged and can not belong to West Ulbricht and Premier Khrushchev signed a Friendship treaty Friday but the United states and West Germany claimed it has Little importance in the cold today communique charged West Germany is engaged in pro Vocative activities in West described by Khrushchev and Ulricht As an Independent political then the communique went on o propose establishment of effective control Over the military production of West without suggestion the same control for East it also alled for reduction of the strength of the West German army As a step for european seas for West the common que said the attempts of the Federal Republic of Ger Many in this carried out not without the knowledge and with Connivance of the occupational authorities of the three Western honoured As 50year Dodge dealer Charles Adams of the Adams motor company is pictured at left receiving a plaque from National director of dealer relations of the Dodge motor for the firms half a Century As Dodge dealer in Chil the Adams firm is the original and Only Dodge Dealership in Chil starting in the year the first Dodge automobiles were Doherty said there Are Only 27 fifty year Dealership in the nation and Only four in the 7state Kansas City these Are at Chillicothe Colorado and other Dodge agencies have changed ownership at some time since presentation of the award was at dinner thursday night at toe country Here for the Occa Sion were Doherty Tom Kansas regional Kansas City and Clark to District Joseph in Doherty pointed there were no hard surfaced roads and the Only place a tourist could have his Auto paired was at a Blacksmith gasoline was purchased from hand pumps at the rear of the same when a piece of the Auto broke the Motorist went to the Smith and asked him to make him a new the automobile business has come a Long Way since then through Good times and times of manufacturers and dealers have had to change with the times if they were to stay to Doherty this business and this com he said of have come from the horse and buggy through the Street car to the 2car Malloy congratulated the Adams firm for Success in a very highly demanding he recalled that the Adams firm began with the signing of Dodge Dealership in by grand father of the present Charles father of Charles then was 17 years Charles Adams started with the company in working in the parts de Malloy said Adams has worked in every department successfully continued on Page three continued on Page building exceeds half million Mark construction keeps up fast Pace through first five the value of new construction in Chillicothe has topped the half million Dollar Mark i the first five months of it was announced today by Leo City Saale indicated that so far this local builders have started on new construction projects that Are valued at it seems almost certain that we will top the million Mark this he building permits Are being is sued at a faster Pace than in through the first five months of the previous 24 permits were issued by the City so far this 40 permits have been the major portion of this construction push has been new residential among the projects approved in May was a series of three multifamily Jack Ballentine has started construction of three duplex apartment buildings at 15101512 and 15141516 fair other new Home buildings in clude Stanley a residence and garage at 246 Southwest drive Chris a residence and garage at 1817 Fairchild Street Joe a residence and garage at 1212 Alexander Street and Bob a residence and garage at 1709 Fairchild Jerry Cranmer is constructing a business he is erecting a commercial garage and workshop at 214 Graves Harold Eskew at 521 Samuel Street is adding a while Miller of 423a Clay Street and Baker at 20 Webster Street received permits for House Bill Wilston of 135 Henry Street is adding a a summary by months 1963 1964 7 6 7 8 april 5 7 7 12 june Library displays old civil War Flag made at Springhill in Observance of Flay june the Livingston county memorial Library has on display a civil War which was made by the late Moss of it is made of Wool which she wove and dyed by her a Union army Cap Tain carried the Flag in persons viewing the Flag will note the Bullet the Flag has 36 the Flag is a prize Possession of Moss 1215 Walnut Doest live there Ernest 918 Calhoun Street said today that Howard 44 listed As being fined in City police court and whose address was listed As 918 Calhoun Street does not re Side at that its no swimming but these boys put a water Filleul ditch at and Man sur streets to Good use yesterday David Jody Freddy Mcclain and Mcclain didst seem to be bothered by the fact that they had regular clothing but no swim suits they splashed and had a wonderful time in the Muddy one of the boys even used his shoes As boats to float and play with in the water that was supplied by the heavy downpour thursday after Vince Turner signs contract to play for Baltimore Colts Vince the popular former Chillicothe High school athlete who won three football letters at the University of has signed a contract to play for the Baltimore Colts of the National football picked in the annual tur Ner indicated in december that he had decided to pass up a Chance to play pro football in favor of med ical school at the yes he announced he had changed his plans and would give the rugged Grid sport a i have been talking with the Colt office Ever since the he they have made the offer More attractive recently and i have decided to accept it will give me a Chance to get away from school for a while and make some Money before going Turner Turner was the ninth draft Choice of the Colts from the 1964 College graduation the Colts had originally offered him a Bonus for signing and a playing still lacking a few hours before graduation from Turner was accepted As a student in the med ical school at the at that time he turned the Colt offer Down but the Grid team left the offer open and have been negotiating with the Star Tiger defensive he is scheduled to report july 19 to the teams summer training i want too Sharp the last time i talked to the Man the Tele Turner i forgot to ask where the Camp so i dont even know where in to go two cars collide at 36 intersection two cars were damaged when they collided at the intersection of 36 and Harvester Road about this no one was in Gillilland of the High Way patrol said that a 1949 Chev Rolet coach driven by Leslie Ray mond red 1 pulled into the path of another car when he attempted to a a left turn onto Harvester newmans eastbound car was struck by a westbound 1961 Ford coach driven by Floyd Russell Rob the Newman car was damaged on the right Side and the Robertson vehicle on the burglaries reported at Laclede and Bucklin four breaking in Linn county thursday night netted burglars approximately plus potato ice Cream and three wrist reports the Brookfield approximately and three watches were reported missing Fol lowing a burglary of the Curley feed and produce at three firms were entered Al the Schreckhise tavern lost and two 6packs of Beer the swing town cafe reported Money taken from vending machines and the loss of ice approximately from a soft drink machine and three Rolls of dimes were taken from an unlocked Safe at the Bucklin Grain report breaking at visor Seville station the Highway patrol reported an overnight breaking at the Bowyer ervice station on 36 near it was the fourth such incident at the station in the last few entry to the building was gained by knocking out a front door the office was searched and coins were taken from a cigarette Mahine and soft drink Oran Lee Foster was a Laclede resident employed by Henderson produce for Long Oran Lee a longtime employee of the Henderson pro Duce at died at 3 Oclock Friday afternoon at the family Home in Fos Ter had been ill for the last two Oran Lee a son of Andrew Foster and Nancy herring Fos Ter was born on near on he was married to miss Edna her who survives of the other survivors Are his Nancy Laclede four Herbert Foster and Raymond Denver Richard Fayette and James three Ned Brenner and Gene Laclede and Bobby Cameron 25 grandchildren two Charles Fos Ter and Noble Foster two Gertrude Wright and Dorothy he was preceded in death by an infant daughter and funeral services for Foster will be held at 2 Oclock monday afternoon Laclede methodist Church with the Elmer Fenton conducting the burial will be in the Laclede cemetery under the direction of the Wright funeral Home at and bin Forrest of near Tina will observe their 50th wedding anniversary there will be a reception from 2 to 5 Oclock sunday afternoon at their farm the for rests have resided on the same farm 41 their Jack principal of the Chula r3 and family reside at school Board makes insurance change buildings and contents to get same coverage at lower rate five agents to a decision to go to a new multiple location Type of insurance which it was said would provide the same coverages at a lower rate was made last night by the Chillicothe r2 Board of education for the Sev eral school buildings and their con the Board also decided that Only the agents who do the work should be the ones to share in the the Board was advised that Many other school districts Are switching o multiple location which is a program developed Only recently by National insurance com existing policies will be rewritten and submitted to the Board for there Are four policies with a year or More to go and one that is expiring next these were written by the Allen Moore Mervin cies Agency merged with Moore associates in Carl Kanan Bob White and Mccall Agency merged with Hutchinson Agency the Board was offered the plan by a group of five Independent Allen Moore Assoc Kanan Bob Hutchinson and Security insurance Hilton they recommended that the rent policies be cancelled and adoption of the multiple location plan at a also recommended was that the insurance be in capital Stock companies chosen for their financial strength and for reasons of uniform procedures in Engineer serving and the five suggested which the agents reported have plus 5a Are Hartford Home Maryland and new Hampshire in the Board specified that this be savings under the multiple Loca Tion plan were estimated variously at 10 to 16 per the program is based on 90 per cent of value rather than the present Earl president of the said that the school Board is in position not to buy for reasons of but solely on the basis of whats Best for the school Ben Wood Board asked if other insurance agents had shown much interest in writing continued on Page three laugh it off move Oval

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