Chillicothe Constitution Tribune in Chillicothe, Missouri 29 May 1977
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Chillicothe Constitution Tribune (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Chillicothe, Missouri
Witt Chillicothe Constitution Cri Hune vol. Xviii a Chillicothe Missour 1�?6401 tuesday May 31, 1977 twelve pages no. 121 county through Holiday i pausing to pay Honor weekend in Good shape where Honor is due Chillicothe and Livingston county made it through the three Day Holiday period in Good shape according to a Constitution Tribune Check today Law enforcement agencies fire department and ambulance personnel. There was Only one serious Accident in Livingston county none in the City and the fire department did not have an alarm. Zone sergeant Ben Patchen of the Missouri state Highway patrol reported that in Livingston and Caldwell counties there were four accidents two non injury one minor and one which sent three persons to a Hospital. Patchen said there was an Accident South of Chula Junction one two Miles North of Chillicothe on 65, one a mile South of Hamilton and one three Miles East of Polo on 116. News notes Rich Hill to meet the Rich Hill Junior workers will meet monday evening. June 6th at 8 . At the Pond school. All members Are urged to attend. Plan reunion a meeting to plan the class of 1967 reunion will be held at 7 30 . Today at the Home of mama Cole 1001 Elm. Son for schneiders or. And mrs. Terry Schneider of Kansas City announce the arrival of a son thursday evening at 7 of clock at St. Luke s Hospital. The Young Man weighed 5 Pound and 15 ounces and was named Stacy Ford Schneider. The paternal grandparents Are or. K mrs. Morris Schneider of Avalon and the maternal grandparent is John Ford of Chillicothe. Mrs. Schneider is the former Sharon Ford of this City. Enter hmm entering Hedrick medical Center during the weekend were Tosha Fairley daughter of mrs. Connie Hicks 1318 Washington mrs. Lizzie Nibarger red 3 Charles Teegarden Nettleton Nedra Wilburn daughter of or. And mrs. Charles Wilburn Ludlow mrs. Delbert Ballew Hale mrs. Veda Savely 224 e. Polk mrs. Kelly Colliver 999 Frederick mrs. Dennis Spears 615a Broadway and mrs. John Gerhardt 1008 Walnut. War mothers the american War mothers will meet at 2 . Thursday with mrs. Doris Murray. Members Are reminded to take items for the Patio Sale. Return Home mrs. Herbert Maude Braden of Hanford calif., and Florence and Jenny Braden Kansas City have returned to their Homes after being called Here by the death of Herbert Braden. Florence will accompany mrs. Braden to Hanford for an indefinite stay. They were weekend guests of their sister Susan Mclaren leave hmm dismissed from Hedrick medical Center during the weekend were mrs. Jerry Anderson 56 Walnut mrs. Howard Barnhart 1719 Calhoun Homer Curry 801 Samuel Richard Fisher Carrollton mrs. Larry Guilford and daughter Hale mrs. Rick Hammond and son an Accident in Clinton county yesterday injured two persons from Braymer and two from Chillicothe. City police checked five traffic accidents during the Holiday weekend. No one was reported injured. The Livingston county sheriff s department had two investigations today at Bacon sales and Green quarries and which occurred sometime during the Holiday weekend but other than for the investigations sheriff Leland o Dell reported a quiet weekend. Fire chief and ambulance director Merle Hatfield reported that the ambulance service handled seven Calls from the period Friday night through tuesday morning six of the non emergency Type and one emergency run from an Accident. Patchen told the it that traffic was heavy on . 65 and 36 in Livingston county during the weekend. Weather slows Holiday activities threatening weather and a Light Shower Early monday afternoon slowed or caused a halt to Many outdoor Holiday activities in Simpson Park and at the Chillicothe country club. The rain hampered the 1 30 opening yesterday afternoon of the Simpson Park swimming Pool however by mid afternoon manager Bill Jacques said attendance picked up and about 300 persons took advantage of the pools opening Day. The wet weather halted activities at the country club for a couple of hours but Golf tournaments and swimming resumed about mid afternoon. Approximately too swimmers were in attendance at the country club Pool. A Good crowd was noted in Simpson Park sunday but attendance was Down considerably for the monday Holiday because of the threatening weather some 2,500 persons including Over 1,000 athletes were present saturday at chs stadium for the annual running of the Junior olympics District track and Field meet which ran from 9 . To 7 . An open House was held at Meadville during the weekend and memorial services were held during the weekend at Blue Mound Avalon Utica Wheeling and at St. Columbanus Catholic cemetery in Chillicothe. Four from Here and Braymer Are injured a Braymer woman and her 2 Meadville mrs. Eunice year old son along with her Mckelvie Indian Hills nursing brother and sister from Home mrs. Dennis Martens Chillicothe were injured in a 1-Trenton mrs. James Paul and vehicle Accident at 5 50 . Daughter red 5 Matthew monday at route 116 and . Schlueter son of or. And mrs. 69 in Clinton county. David Schlueter Concordia continued on Page 12 five accidents in City police investigated five accidents sunday and monday. A 1977 Ford parked on Rosewood St. By Richard Saccaro was damaged on the left Side when it was reportedly struck at 6 40 . Monday by a 1967 Chevrolet being backed on Rosewood by Fannie m. Stewart 83, of 1602 Rosewood police said. No damage to the Stewart car was listed. At 4 35 . Monday police said a 1968 Dodge being driven East on Bryan by Fern Elizabeth Shoop 17, of Brookfield collided with a 1965 Dodge being driven East on Bryan by Randall Rinehart 28, of 1661 Springhill ring to c death notices j Thomas j. Stephens miss Dorothy Mae Bentley Arthur e. Glover mrs. M. C. Grace Hor ten Page 12 weat amp sex Clear and cooler tonight. Low in the upper 50t. Winds Light northwesterly. Sunny and mild wednesday High Low 80s. Official temperatures saturday maximum 81 sunday maximum 83 yesterday maximum 81 saturday minimum 62 sunday minimum 60 yesterday minimum 59 today s minimum 57 precipitation 1 00 . None River stage falling 5.00 year ago today maximum 80 minimum 55 five Day forecast Missouri extended Outlook thursday through saturday partly Cloudy with a Chance for thundershowers late Friday and saturday. Highs mostly in the 80s. Lows upper 50s to mid 60s. Kansas City a of the ozarks stage 666.0 1.0 foot Over Normal level up 0.1. According to police the Dodge owned by Wanda Thomas of Brookfield and driven by miss Shoop was damaged on the right front and the Rinehart vehicle on the right rear. The Accident occurred at Bryan and Washington. An unidentified Driver apparently moved a parked car and inflicted damage to the front porch of the residence at 252 Clay at 9 25 . Monday according to police. A 1967 Ford station Wagon parked at 207 Clay by Marilyn Spe Wayman of Wheeling ran into the Home of Bertha Frazer 252 Gay police said. Miss Wayman said she left the keys in the car when she parked it. The car was damaged on the front and was towed by Ricks recyclers out of the Yard where it came to rest. Extensive damage resulted to two vehicles in an Accident at 10 30 . Sunday at Clay and Walnut. A 1970 Ford driven West on Calhoun by Steven e. Baker 24. Chula was damaged on the front and right Side when it and a 1974 Volkswagen being driven South on Walnut by m. Norene Laffey 37, red 4, collided police said. The Volkswagen was damaged on the left Side and was towed by Thompson wrecker to Thompsons garage. The Baker car was towed by Thompson wrecker to the Baker garage. According to the police report mrs. Laffey s vision was obscured by Large trucks parked on Calhoun. A witness told police mrs. Laffey stopped St the Walnut Street Stop sign and then advanced into the intersection. A vehicle owned by Bill Gutshall red 5, was damaged on the left rear at 2 35 ., sunday while it was parked on tenth St. Police said. According to police a 1971 Chevrolet being driven East East on tenth by Opal Dickman 78, of Chula was damaged on the right Side when it collided with the parked Gutshall vehicle. Taken to the Cameron Community Hospital were Patricia Ann Yuille 22, of Braymer Driver of a Pinto station Wagon her 2-year-old son Doug a brother of mrs. Yuille David Henderson 14, Chillicothe and a sister Janet Henderson 9, Chillicothe. Mrs. Yuille was treated for a neck injury her son received an abrasion to his Back and and a fractured Collarbone David an abrasion to his Back and Janet had a laceration to her right leg. The patrol reported that the station Wagon was travelling East on route 116, travelled across the intersection and overturned three times. Three Hurt on . 65 three persons were taken to the Hedrick medical Center by the Chillicothe ambulance service As the result of a two vehicle Accident two Miles North of Chillicothe on . 65 at 5 35 . Sunday. A 1977 thunderbird driven passenger in the Mustang Nedra Faye Wilburn 19 of Ludlow also received lacerations bruises and contusions. According to Tropper John of Connell is. Holland was travelling East on a gravel Road by Shirley Ann Holland 29, of failed to Stop at a Stop sign and Excelsior Springs and a_1968 struck the right front Side of Mustang operated by Ellen Marie Wilburn 19 of Belton were involved. Both vehicles were listed by the patrol As a total loss. Is. Holland received lacerations to the Scalp and is. Wilburn received lacerations to the Scalp bruises and contusions. A the southbound Wilburn car. Is. Holland was cited by the patrol for failure to Stop at a Stop sign. The thunderbird was towed away by a wrecker from Thompsons and the Mustang was removed from the scene by a wrecker from Ricks recyclers. Police activities police were notified at 10 40 police that the padlocks on two monday that Jake Maples International trucks owned by had found a Large plastic bag containing four Small bags each containing a a a suspicious Quot substance at the Maples junk Yard 116 Liberia. Police said a Field test showed the presence of marijuana and other substances. The bags and their contents were impounded. Material in the bags was believed to measure about 112 Grams police reported. Police were called to Simpson Park at 2 30 . Sunday where they found Russell w. Richter 22, reported being assaulted by two White males. At the Hedrick medical Center emergency room where Richter was taken for treatment the victim Quot made it obscenely Clear to officers that he refused to prosecute a the police report stated. Richter was a Rayed and found to have suffered a broken nose two Black eyes and numerous bruises. His refusal to prosecute stopped any further action by police in the incident. Ronald Rocker of Schwan sales enterprises inc., told presenting the colors a memorial Day service one of four held in the county takes place at the Utica cemetery. It began with the invocation by the Rev. Timothy Akers pastor of the Utica Baptist Church and was followed by the presentation of color s by Jim Taylor of the National guard who served As the Flag bearer and an Honor guard consisting of Dale Ross boy scout Shawn Baldwin cub scout Leann Ratliff brownies and Andress Doosing girl scout. The Salute to the Flag was led by Jim Doosing a boy scout. The National Anthem was led by Bob Eller. There was a trumpet Solo by miss Marcia Cramer and mrs. Mike Clark gave a poem. The speaker was mrs. Bill Coleman of Chillicothe. John Braden read the Honor Roll Call of veterans buried in the Utica cemetery and this was followed by taps by miss Cramer and the Benediction by the Rev. photo. Mass in the cemetery a memorial Day mass at St. Columbus Catholic cemetery just East of Chillicothe yesterday morning Drew More than 10o persons. The mass was conducted by Rev. Alexis Saathoff and Deacon photo. Joseph the company and located at the Schwan warehouse 229 Brunswick had been pried open sometime Between 11 45 . Monday and 6 55 . Today. Police reported that a pry bar apparently had been used to break the padlocks on the rear door of the trucks. Listed As taken were assorted pizzas one Case of ice Cream bars one and a half Gallons of chocolate marshmallow ice Cream six Pepperoni pizzas and a Box of 12 big Sam steaks investigation is continuing into the reported theft. Police investigated the report of the theft of a compressor from the Rupp ice services old Highway 36, Between 11 45 . Sunday and 7 am monday. Police said David Rupp 320 fifteenth Street said the Copeland compressor used for refrigeration weighed approximately 150 pounds and was valued at 8750. The report indicated that five bolts were loosened from the compressor for its removal. A Constitution Tribune photo decorated Graves in Wheeling cemetery Mark the Day
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