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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Chillicothe, Missouri
News notes of local happenings daughter arrives and Gary announce the birth of a 3ounce daughter at Oclock this morning at the Chillicothe shannons Are Here and Ron Shannon and Kristina of arrived today for a several Days visit with shannons Moth Harvey 1514 Bryan Clevenger to Hospital Donald former resident of will enter Missouri methodist Hospital in Joseph Tomor Row and will have surgery some time next Wheeling Pat to meet there will be meeting at monday night of the Wheeling this will be a business meeting and will be in the school All members Are asked to please at admitted to Hospital Maida 78 Cherry Street Betty 115 tenth Street Goldie Krue 1208 Alexander Clark red Chillicothe and Allen have entered the Chillicothe returned Home and Wana maker have returned to their Home in after a few visit in the Home of Wanamakers 459v2 Vine they were also guests of Wanamakers Virgil red Chilli co Hospital releases Nora 317 Mansur Street miss Linda Mooresville John red Chillicothe David Linville and twin daughters Archie Braymer Cecil son of and Cecil Hula jes Sie 1405 Monroe Street Richard Thomas Carroll ton were among the patients released from the son for Haywood the and John Hay Wood of Tyler announce the birth of a 15ounce boy at sunday october the new arrival who has been Given the name of Jon has two Gay Ron and Haywood is a former pastor of the Chillicothe Church of visit Baugher and Melvin Baugher and Patty and and Kenneth Hobbs have returned continued on Page Gene Goetz will narrate the first travel and adventure be sponsored by the Chillicothe kiwanis and scheduled at 8 monday at the Chillicothe High school Goetz will present the Long land of the land of extremes on the West coast of South Goetz is a native of and Bis interest in photography stems from his boy scout Mak ing movies has taken Goetz to 21 countries of the including Missouri partly Cloudy High mid60s cast to Low 70s Clear to partly Cloudy and mild tonight and Low tonight in High sunday in official temperatures yesterdays maximum 63 yesterday minimum 56 today minimum precipitation yesterday today River rising year ago today maximum 55 minimum 40 five Day forecast Missouri extended out look monday through wed Chance of rain showers monday ending Early mild Mon Day with lows in 50s and highs in turning cooler tuesday with lows wednes Day morning around 40 and High around 1866 104 years of service to Chillicothe and this area 1970 vol Lxi daily edition 64601 october eight pages Middle East cease fire Extension sought by in big four Powers press for renewal of talks to end United a the Bis four Powers have decided to press Jordan and is Rael to extend the Middle East ceasefire past its 5 expiration that they will work for a resumption of peace talks with an Eye toward even Tual settlement of hostile Secretary general u Thant announced the decision Friday night after a working dinner in his office suite with foreign ministers Alt Drei Gromyko of the soviet Union and Maurice Schumann of foreign Secretary sir Alec of Brit and Secretary of state William also pres ent was Gunnar jarring of thanks special representative for the Middle attend sessions the ministers were in new York for the 25th anniversary session of the United Sweden ambassador to was recalled a week ago to try to resume his peace which broke Down a gust 25 when Israel charged that Egypt was violating a Mil itary standstill agreement by moving antiaircraft missiles to Ward the Suez thanks statement issued by a spokesman in his be said the four foreign ministers had a useful Exchange of views with the Secretary general and ambassador jarring on the situation in the Middle continue efforts they agreed to exert their utmost efforts to enable Ambas Sador jarring to resume his Mission at the earliest possible Date to search for possibilities through the agreement of the parties directly concerned to extend the Observance of the ceasefire for a period to be determined and to find a peace Ful solution on the basis of Resolution 242 of the Security coun the four Powers will con continued on Page three cars collide on Washington a 1967 driven by Bob by Ray of a 1964 driven by Grace of 1621 Jennings and a 1963 operated by Charles of 207 was involved in a Chain reaction Accident at Friday near the South town shopping there was damage to the Grill and bumper of the Pontiac damage to the rear panel and trunk lid of the Olds Mobile and damage to the rear panel of the All of the vehicles involved were travelling South on Washington at the time of the Acci Dent police Goose festival Queen is Jean Ann Baker Jean Ann Baker of trip Lett was crowned Queen of the 1970 Sumner wild Goose festival last she is the daughter of and Leroy Baker and was one of 18 candidates seek ing the the first runner up was Debbie daughter of and John Foster of second runner up was Sharon Kay daughter of and James Collins of miss Bakers reign Over the 1970 Wil Goose festival will continue through Sun inspector queried on approval of fall flight Faa claims forms signed in Advance of worthiness w inspector who certified As air worthy the Martin 404 air plane which crashed in Colorado october 2 killing 30 people Testi fied today he signed the annual inspection form prematurely but insisted he didst release the plane until everything was All the carrying half the Wichita state University foot Ball team to a game in went into a Mountain near Sil ver and 13 play ers were among those 8 Date Donald Sizemore of Osh a Mechanic and in Spector for easier told a Board of inquiry of the nation Al transportation safety Board he signed the annual inspection form cleared the plane for flight on just because that happened to be the Day he was doing paper work in his that just a size More said of the september 8 i was sitting at my desk and i just used 8 Doest have much but 20 does because the Day i released the log Sizemore said he checked the Mothballs on August 28 and the government contends it was being brought out of plane in Las where Sizemore certified the Martin 404 As airworthy before it was properly repaired and and the Federal aviation administration has suspended size mores inspection Frank chief of the air worthiness Branch of asked in other that air plane could not be flown until 20 that is Sizemore no passengers Charles attorney for the asked Why didst you put the Date of continued on Page starting on state Banks new driven facility 250 the Chillicothe state Bank has awarded to Raymond Rad Cliff the contract for construction of its new driven facility at the Northeast Corner of Cher by and Webster it is expected to be open sometime in the building will be of masonry about 22 feet wide by 34 feet in and a 44 by 57 canopy covering the building and three vehicle Entrance will be on Cherry Street and the exit on Webster and automobile service will be provided at a drive up window and also by two station mod the station modules will provide Deposit service by Way of pneumatic deposits will be whisked to personnel inside the validated and there also will be Walkin service off Webster Paul president of the said that the Large tree on the lot will be that the driven will be landscaped and that parking for 18 cars will be provided on the South of the driven these parking spaces will toe for drives will be of the property is the former location of the Barney office and apartment which was torn Down to make Way for the Banks new modern driven Standard time begins at 2 set clocks Back an three injured in cily Accident car Rolls on its top on West three persons were taken to the Chillicothe Hospital last night As the result of a one car Accident in the 1600 Block of Jackson at to involved was a 1968 chevre driven by Michael Schneider of 1003 Locust there was extensive damage to the top and both sides of the according to the investigation Schneider was travelling West on thought another car was going to strike him swerved to the went out of control and rolled Over on its All of the injured were treated at the Hospital and in addition to two Ralph sum of red and Chuck of 604 were treated at the the vehicle was removed from the scene by a wrecker from Thompson motor Schneider was cited by police for careless and imprudent drive at Foster Home and Roger Foster of red 4 had As their guests thursday evening Fosters Dolly 427 and Fosters Marguerite 427 and Boyd Des Southwest to have event for parents get together and teacher conferences set for next Southwest school plans Par ent teacher conferences thurs Day october for All parents of students in the from kindergarten through the twelfth Greg Prather said the purpose is two for parents and teachers to discuss any student problems and for parents to get acquainted with new faculty members in the South West the program will Start at 8 with general comments by superintendent members of the faculty will be parents then May meet with individual refreshments of Coffee and doughnuts will be served in the there will be baby sitting service for preschool and elementary Grade cards for the first Quarter of the school year Wil be sent Home with the students october membership night planned by auxiliary the auxiliary to the american legion will meet at Oclock tuesday night in the Courtesy room of the citizens National Bank for their membership Richard Gilroy will be in charge of the serving on the hostess com Mittee will Jack Rey chairman George Engle Gilliam and Lloyd society will receive contributions tuesday Genevieve Flenniken and Bill Coleman will be at the grand River historical society rooms from to tuesday afternoon to receive haying articles they wish to contribute to the my which is now located on the second floor of the living Ston county memorial is asked to bring their contribution at this Eagle scout highest award in boy was presented this week at the United methodist Church to Benny David and Mark who Are pictured above in the front left to in the Center from the Are and Leroy and Vince Moore Moore is scoutmaster of boy scout troop 120 and or and Gerald in the Back from the Are Bill chairman of the troop committee scout executive of the Pony express Joseph and Earl Church studio King and Queen of the bar Warmin will reign tonight at the an Nual bar Warmin dance of the Chillicothe r2 chapter of the future farm ers of couples from each of the four classes at the High school were nominated and the names of the King and Queen will not be known until tonight the pictured left to right George Quinn and Debbie Middle Steve Gastineau and Teresa freshmen and Pam Bonc Lerer and Chip top Mike Bon Derer and Cindy the barn Armieri will be held at the 4h Fra there will be Square and refreshments of doughnuts and photo electronics students tour Telephone company Plant the electronics i class of the Bell As a future Chillicothe Rii area vocation a technical school on this tour from Culli Cote David was Given a tour and sex Hammig Plantation of How the every Day Bill Everett Telephone operates utilizing the Wilson and Steve from Trenton Steve and from Browning Jim along with instructor Bob modern Central office equip ment Center at the southwestern Bell Telephone company office in Joe presented and explained most of the functions of the Center with the assistance of repeater men Louis Campbell and Jim the tour started by Demon Strating to the student what Hap pens when the Telephone is used to dial another Telephone in another locating trouble emphasis was placed on How important it was to be Able to locate what Cable or relay among the Many thousands of cables and relays in the Center is at fault with the use of mod Ern troubleshooting procedures and unique test which provides a punch card readout As to what Section and cables the problem on a Telephone is direct dial automatic re cording was of in Terest to the student was the fact that much data is sent to Louis where computers com pile and report data from these reports As to employee efficiency and repeating Telephone prob As explained by these records and re ports As to time to perform repeat of require that an employee must profile to and Vance on his Job As no human could cover inefficiency with the computer continually record ing data on All replacing All tubes Carrier equipment was explained As much electronics occurs Here with the Many transmitters and receivers operating Between 40 k Hertz and 286 k with special ital filters to select the Many voice channels modulated on each Carrier As Many As most of the equipment has been tube now Many channels Are transistorized and Al lowing for fast repairs since they can be quickly replaced with another and the defective is sent in for repair at a Western electric repair it was stated that gradually All tube types would eventually be replaced since not Only Are repairs faster but break Down of equipment is much the modern Power equipment room with the numerous Large storage batteries which Are kept constantly charged which pro Vides the Pastien 48 volts used As talk voltage on the Tele phone batteries and diesel adequate Battery storage would possibly give four hours in the event of a commercial Power an automatic modern diesel generating Plant is now installed and can quickly be started to operate the whole Central last on the tour was a Quick tour of How Calls Are handled by the operators and How information Calls and incorrect num Are also starting wages and opportunities were explained for the Young Man about to consider car backing after Accident causes another a trocar Accident followed by another mishap occurred in the 800 Block of Jackson Street at yesterday involved were a 1968 Mer driven by Leonard Robertson of 918 and a 1965 operated by Char Lotte sue of there was damage to the right Frong Corner of the and damage to the rear end of the according to officer Maynard Robertson was travelling West on and Charlotte Goddard was backing from a parking stall on Jackson at the time the Accident then As Robertson was Back ing his car to remove it from the he struck the front of a 1970 driven by Gene Marshall of Hanni there was damage to the front end of the Zinn the following students at Don Sammie Andrea Denton remains patient in Hospital Andrea 7yearold daughter of and in 1305 Calhoun remains a patient at childrens mercy Hospital in Kansas miss who suffers from a rare Type of is ported As improving satisfactorily and May be released to her Home in about a her address is miss Andrea childrens mercy Host 1710 Independence Kansas Here for weekend Mendi and Sarah daughters of and Roger Excelsior came Friday afternoon for a weekend visit with their grand and Max travel films program for Chula r3 Pat Lee Steen will present the monday night program of the Chula pm Pat in that school members Are asked to come dressed in halloween costume for the a Oclock Steen who recently toured Japan will show films of Hong Taiwan and know your candidates Roy a lifetime resident of Jackson is the democratic nominee for judge of the Livingston county court from the Western Hicklin attended Sampsel High school and Chillicothe business is a Veteran of world War is a member of the United methodist is a director of the grand River historical and is Active in he and his Are the parents of three Linda Al Bany a student at the University of and Kar a student in the Chuli Coho Junior Johnnie red is the Republican nominee for judge of the Livingston county court from the Western Zullig is a lifetime resident of the county and has lived in Springhill Community since he attended Sneed he is trustee of Jack son has been president of the Springhill cemetery Board and is a member of the United methodist he and Are the parents of three Maurico Breeden and Charles Zulig of Chillicothe Ana John of
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