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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1965, Chillicothe, Missouri News notes of local happenings resumes work today Wuffli Seffl resumed work today after a week Varia Tina in Follis is the mar fief of at Meyer remount miss Susan fair is spending this week Riding at the Meyer remount Handy and Jill plummet spent last week Tom places Are visitors and Tom place and of Kansas spent the weekend with and and Lewis place and other new residents Here and Johnny Hart moved to 351 Martin june from or Hart is sales manager for Western Southern in the Harts have three and Jean returns from Columbia Arthur Gwin returned Satur Day from a wee visit in Columbia with her Joe Dill Ard and she was accompanied Home by Francis who spent the weekend with rela iowans visited langs and Walter Wasson and Kimberly and of Cedar were weekend guests of mayor and Frank Wasson is a Nephew of the they had been on vacation in the ozarks and Back to California Adaline Moore Slightam motored to Kansas City yesterday morning and then returned to her Home in by she has been a guest this past week in the Home of Blanche Rukavina of 147 Glen Wesley Sisson and Jack Sisson of Glen Are the parents of a Glen born june at they have two other William Arlen and Barbara and Ernest Beier of 9 East third Are the maternal returns to California Ruth Wharton will leave Kansas City Early wednesday morning for los an Here several weeks misses june Colvin and Anita will tarns and accompany her Cyrus Colvin will to Kansas City tuesday morning to spend the leave Hospital Michael Copple and Braymer Larry 624 commercial Street fun Meadville Fred 208 Elm Street Larry Smith and red Chillicothe Willie 408 ninth and Anna continued on Page vol Lxvi daily edition shattered Dong Xoai yields bodies of 100 Viet troops airborne unit info position new government South Viet june 14 a vietnamese rangers combing a rubber Plantation just North of the shattered town of Dong Xoai found the bodies of about 100 government troops the remains of the 7th airborne a military spokesman Dong Xoai was reported quiet but braced for More trouble from the Viet As the rangers moved through the French owned Michelin rub Ber Plantation a few Miles North of Dong Xoai they found an assortment of relics left behind by the Viet among them the wreckage of a army Heli copter and a army mans identification authorities announced at the request of the vietnamese gov elements of the 173rd continued on Page supreme court rules on Nibarger Case soya convicted killer of Milo Hor Lens Hod a fair trial i circuit the Missouri supreme court to Day ruled that de 80 of Wheeling had a fair trial in Liv Ingston county circuit court on May when he was charged with shooting and killing Milo har at the Nibarger Home in Wheeling on november Nibarger was convicted by a Liv Ingston county circuit court jury of manslaughter and was sentenced to a 5year term in the Missouri Robert filed a motion in circuit court for a new Frith in his motion listed a series of alleged errors of the jury and court that he contended were grounds for a new circuit judge Morgan de Nied the motion for a new trial on june following the denial of a new Nibarger attorney appealed the conviction to the state supreme Nibarger has been free under Bond since his the Case was appealed to the supreme court on August 5 weeks in Southeast Asia some Good licks for the United states and personal experiences enough to last a lifetime Are what James Jim Parks of Scotts brought Back from a 5 week trip to Southeast Asia United states department of com Parks has written his and Parks of red that it was a fab Ulous experience and Well Worth the time and Parks is sales manager for the Elmer Kissick company and prior to that was with a firm specializing in farm machinery and irrigation he was selected As a member of a Trade and investment Mission on behalf of business firms desiring manufacturing sales in Southeast the Trade missions purpose was to try to bring Back Home some of the dollars that the United states lays out in foreign Aid and Mili tary chiefly the latter in the Case of Southeast worthy cause and too there were seven men on the Mission trip and they represented plywood and particleboard con food a depart ment and International Ven the weather Cour weather predicted Northwest Erable cloudiness and Cool to night and showers Over 30 per cent of area us tonight w to High turf Day 74 to official temperatures saturdays maximum saturdays minimum 63 sundays sundays minimum today minimum 61 Pulpi Tijon River foiling 340 it maximum Wuu mum Tures As explained by a new York the men carried 284 Dif Ferent business proposals from firms to Taiwan Formosa and 296 to had 156 inter views in Taiwan and 384 in thai the Scottsbluff Sta Herald said the trip was More than just Busi Ness in a worthy it also was a tremendous personal ranging from sampling exotic foods to meeting the men who make his tory in that part of the and learning firsthand of conditions in that part of the they met Many top leaders and business Parks brought Home a num Ber of including a hand engraved set of Ivory chopsticks presented by governor general of the Central Bank of continued on Page answers charge of payment of hots Bill Darrold 20 chillies the appeared in Livingston county magistrate court Friday afternoon to answer a charge of failing to pay a lodging Bill at a local who is presently serv ing a 6month probation term for Possession of intoxicating liquor while a was ordered to pay the hotel Bill and court costs of judge Taylor deferred sentencing in the Case pending pay ment of the hotel Bill and court band will give concert in Park program is at tomorrow first appearance for new director the first in a series of four con certs to be presented by the Chillicothe High school band will be played this tuesday evening in Simpson Park beginning at the band will be under the direction of William Maupin and Rich Ard it will be Millers first appearance with the senior High As in the the concerts will be held at the old swimming Pool area in lights have been arranged by the City Utility Crews and the Park is in top shape for the first Maupin advises those planning to attend to bring seating equipment As the Park Bench sup ply is in the event of the concert will be cancelled and will be re scheduled for next the program for this concert is As follows America Carey United nations March King deep River rhapsody Walters Gypsy love song Herbert the sound Bossa Nova Walters legionnaires on Parade Kleffmann la Mascara de Walters Happy Days Are Here again Ager police charge four Drivers four persons were issued traffic tickets by City police Over weekend for charges of speeding and careless and imprudent drive Gerald of Bray Mer was issued a summons after police saw him drive his vehicle from the Dairy into Washington Street in what they said was a careless manner at John of 438 Vine was checked by police driving his car 50 Miles an hour in a 25mile hour zone at officers said they paced the Boles car for two Jerald of 336 Jackson was Given a ticket at saturday after a motorcycle he was driving was observed trav Eling North on Washington in what police said was a careless and imprudent Robert of 1410 Mcvey was issued a summons at last they saw Gilliland attempting to Start a drag race on Washington Street with another officers said Gilliland took off from a City intersection at a High rate of Shelburne Church was named after Tom in Massachusetts Shelbume where Ter Days program honouring the Homer a Missouri pastor for 48 years was was organized in 1869 and got its name from Shelbume grandchildren of the Man who named it yesterday described How it came Lyman chairman of the Church Board of and his Leon Kansas and Wilbur Trenton red said their Jerome was a Carpenter and was on his Way to he stopped in Chuli Cote and was getting a he was asked about his plans and destination when it was Learned he was a car he was told carpenters were needed so he ended his Westward journey in mis Souri nearly a Century Rice helped organize and build the he was the first to present himself for membership and thus was Given the Honor of naming he called it after his former Home in Sisters recalled that their Grandfather referred to Shelburne As an Evergreen explaining that there has never been a time when the Church was not organized and there have been times when there was no Pas but the organization was there to go Shelbume is now in the process of an addition is being built on the Lyman Rice said this is the third Church building on the which is on route w just North of the Livingston county two pre Vious were destroyed by vandals hit Rea express freight firm police investigated vandalism at the Rea express office and the Railroad freight office at 1 Elm Street Early officers were called to the scene after an employee entered the freight office and discovered the the police report said that rocks had been thrown through three windows and two door glasses of the Rea express and through four door glasses Railroad freight heart ailment fatal to Everett he lived near Dawn and was former school Everett Raymond died unexpectedly at Oclock Satur Day morning at the Chillicothe hos Jones became ill at his 3 Miles South of at 9 Oclock and was taken to the hos Pital shortly after becoming death was attributed to a heart at Funera be held at 2 Oclock tuesday afternoon at the Liberty methodist Church with the John Good burial will be in the family lot at the Welsh Ceme the body of Jones will lie in state at the Chapel of the Norman funeral Home until noon at which time it will be removed to the Church to lie in state until the hour of the the family requests that express ions sympathy be in the form of donations to memorial funds of the Liberty methodist Church and Given to Dale Everett Raymond son of Fred Jones and Margaret Evans was born at he was a Grad uate of the Dawn High the Chillicothe business and received his degree from the Northeast Missouri state teachers he taught school nine Jones was a member of the Liberty Metho dist Church and the Ludlow masonic on March he married Ina Greener at in addition to Jones of the he is survived by a Daugh Mae his Fred Jones a Latimer and a Esther All of Beverly Ron Ald Greener and Jim Greener of the Home Charles Chilli and Gary stationed at he also leaves two the Trenton shrine a mob had fun with its Book and Adderie truck in sat Kwh Simone Parade performance was the More St tog to eiw4 be Mistbe rear though in operated win the help of an has a possible Skull fracture Paul schooler one of three in Smith Hurt near Paul of Chilli suffered a possible Skull fracture in a 2vehicle Accident at the Junction of Caldwell county route j and new Highway 36 at two other persons were he is a patient in Cameron the family said today that he is about the same but that he does recognize people though he recalls nothing of the schooler was driving his truck and was headed South on route his vehicle and an Auto driven by James Lee Kan Sas Dyche suffered a possible broken Arm and an injury to the right a Richard Kansas had injuries to the right wrist and left they also were taken to the Cameron the new Section of Highway 36 is under construction and nol officially open to traffic persons were taken to the Cameron Hospital for treatment saturday evening after a 4car mis Hap on Highway six Miles East of one of the driven by Gertrude was involved in collisions with the three other Hinds suffered two passengers in her also were Joan had shoulder and Back and Connie had undetermined minor pulled from driveway also Hurt was Grace who had Chin Lacera they were among 16 injured in area the patrol reported Hinds had pulled from a driveway and just started East on Highway 36 when a car driven by Smith came Over Hillcrest and struck the Hinds car in the the Impact knocked Hinds car Side ways on the and it was struck by another eastbound car driven by William Vaughan or this knocked the Hinds car off the where it struck an and then glanced off a westbound car driven by Agnes three persons suffered minor in juries in an Accident at Satur Day afternoon on a Rural Road in Daviess a vehicle driven by Lorine Smith struck a car driven by miss Irene me Smith had bruises and a continued on Page cars collide in 36 65 intersection officers of the Highway patrol and local police investigated a 2 vehicle Accident this morning at at the Junction of 36 4 65 High ways South of involved were a 1965 Chevrolet driven by Dale Merlin Prall 55 of and a 1964 driven by Marjorie Maxme of the Accident occurred As Prall was southbound on Jed across he intersection and into the East Wund Lane of Highway striking the Frady there was moderate damage to both no injuries were a summons was issued to Dale Prall charging failure to yield the ight of Beatress More Wes in Home at Browning be stress Moore died gun june at the age of 90 at her Home in she is survived by her Woulard of the funeral services will be held its work with crippled children was pointed out by the shrine with float m saturdays Shine ceremonial Parade at hiding the float with representatives of Moila Temple was Little Gregory son of or Jack who has been As a project of the Chillicothe shrine Don Hofheims was the registered nurse looking out for the lad while he on the was shrine motorbikes damaged on Way Here a dozen motorbikes being trans ported from Joseph toward Chillicothe for saturdays shrine Parade were damaged in a truck Accident saturday morning on Highway 36 in Dekalb no one was Robert was driving a truck pulling a trailer loaded with the state troopers said control of the trailer was lost and the truck and trailer went off the Road on the left Side and Glenn Looney Dies Paustian father funeral services for Glenn of Alene Paustian of this who died afternoon at wre held at 2 Oclock this afternoon at the methodist Church in Brecken the Don Sensintaffer conducted the burial was in the Rose Hill cemetery at the son of William Looney and Mattie had spent his lifetime in the Brecken Ridge survivors Are his f the Home nine Paustian Glenn Brecken Ridge Twyla Avondale Wilma Polo Roger Carol and and Kansas he also leaves 21 grandchildren and six great grand hubcaps missing Larry Moore of 207 tenth Street reported to police Over the week and that four hubcaps were taken from his car it was parked at the Ben Bolt theatre parking Honor a dedicated Rural pastor the Homer now 80 and still Active has his More than 500 persons were on hand at Shelbume Church in South Ern Grundy county just North of he Livingston county line yester Lay afternoon and for More than two hours speakers told of their esteem for the Homer who in 48 years As a Baptist min ister has served Rural As pastor of 18 it was a combination testimonial event and birthday party for who observed his 80th birth Day anniversary february 11 wife charged with fighting Fred Jones of Chillicothe War issued a summons by City police at sunday charging him with fighting and peace disturb officers were called to the hos ital Early sunday morning where hey Learned that Jones had been n a fight with his near the intersection of Clay and Jones police that e struck his wife three or four times causing her to suffer cuts on her a Bruise to her head and loss of a Jones remained overnight at the she was issued a summons by police charging her with fighting an peace Alleigh years of his life and for the Lasi 22 years has been pastor of the Alpha Baptist in Linn coun East of the Church Sanctuary normally seats but folding chairs were set up in the aisles and in front of the pulpit and though some sat in the choir area everybody still get some stood in the uncompleted addition at the front and some stayed in the of it haunt rained All Here would have been More there As it was one Man complained Fiat he had to Park his car in Liv Neston about half a mile to the Sermon by his brother it the annual june meeting Day of the Church and began with morning preaching Fol owed by a Basket dinner and a this is your life program for his the Tom Harris of gave continued on Page Sinsina of Famiya hymns was a part s of w yester Day honouring the saris bus served m it a spout Man stir for Active As Huv no Bee i with 32 years the event he wa9 se8te4 to t Clu Nea Bates rides to be of Linneus she was Mother of Mew Elizabeth chill Coulm Lillian Phillips died at Oclock sunday ing at Chillicothe Hospital where she had been a five Bates had been in four a daughter of Leonidas 3hillips and Minnie Hudgins she was born on june 1885 at Bate sat ended school at Linneus and had spent the greater part of her life Ime she was a member of the presbyterian Church and the on june she was mar ried to Fulton Drake Bates at and Bates were owners and managers of the Batea drug store at Bate died on Bates is survived by a miss Elizabeth Ewing a supervisor of music in he Chillicothe Public school pm a Calvin Ewing Shawnee and a George Mary Lizabeth funeral services will be held at 30 tuesday afternoon the methodist Church in the William assisted y the will duct the burial will be in cemetery at the body of Bates will lie n state at the Norman funeral lome until noon tuesday at which Ime it will be removed to the Church Hajje in state until the hour the family visitation will be held rom to 9 Oclock this evening at the Chapel of the funeral kindergarten at Wheeling school a kindergarten in the head Start if Ysl to be help at the the Elm school starting next monday anyone inter ested should Contact Ivan Phillipi at the transportation is being lasses will be from to 12 each with a refreshment break at Neva bad will it Zauck it off

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