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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1970, Chillicothe, Missouri News notes of local happenings miss Smith is Home miss Mary a student at Northwest Missouri state col is a weekend guest of her and Bill Smith of vacationing in Glen Horton of Sturges went thursday to South Missouri and Arkansas for a few Days Vaca he expects to return the first of the Here from Kansas and Marvin Gal and Overland Are spending today with galls and 405 Cherry Condron family Here and Larry Mike and of Cairo Are spending the weekend in Chillicothe with Condron Par and Bob my and Condron Par and Gene con fractured leg Richard 1664 Polk suffered a fracture Friday to his left above the the Accident occurred while he was moving an Oil tank and the tank fell on his he will be confined to his Home for the next six or eight Richardson hospitalized Bill 1135 Fairway entered Lukes hos Pital in Kansas City sunday for tests and his condition remains his address is room 658 Lukes 4401 Wor Nall Kansas visit Berry and Ronald Berry of and the Gerald Berry of have returned to their Homes after visiting this week with Ronald and Geralds Par and Gerald of and Sis Clifford Hughes and family of 915 Jef Ferson Street Francis continued on Page Ray Tomlin rites Are sunday memorial services for Ray 1318 Washington will be held at sunday afternoon at the Christian Church with the Harold Shore of interment will be in the Mooresville the body will lie in state at the Chapel of the Norman funeral Home until 11 Oclock Sun Day morning and then removed to the Church and lie in state until at which time the casket will be closed and not there will be a family Visita Tion at the funeral Home from to Oclock this the family requests that expressions of sympathy be in the form of donations to the Ameri can cancer society and May be left at the funeral Tomlin died at o clock Friday morning at the Chillicothe she had been in failing health for a year and seriously ill since radish weighs Over a Pound the largest radish he Ever saw came out of Gerald Bon deters Garden at the farm near it weighed 1 2 ounces and measured 12 inches in Cir truck hit a truck and a Sedan collided at third and Slack streets at Oclock yesterday causing damage to the right front Corner and fender of the truck and to the left front and rear door of the officer Maynard Hall said Albert Lee red was driving the 1951 Chevrolet truck and Davy Lee was the Driver of the 1970 Chevrolet the weather Missouri partly and Cool highs in Clear to partly Cloudy and continued Cool tonight and Low tonight in highs sunday in upper 40s official temperatures yesterdays maximum 53 yesterdays minimum 39 today minimum precipitation none River falling year ago today maximum minimum 44 continued Cool Missouri extended out look monday through wed to partly Cloudy skies monday thru wednesday with Little or no Only minor temperature with lows generally in 30s and highs in 1866 104 years of service to Chillicothe and this area 1970 vol Lxi daily edition 64601 october 1970 twelve pages demonstrations for peace set across nation today candlelight Parade to Honor president City rallies by the associated press Antiwar parades and speeches were planned in dozens of american cities today in what was billed a massive Demon stration for peace on the eve of the 3 in president Nixon will be honoured in Salt Lake City tonight with a candlelight patriotic Parade which sponsors say is expected to draw several thousand Nixon Wall be in Utah on a Campaign swing for Republican Senate units from veterans labor organizations Ani school children will March inthe Salt Lake City sponsors with state ver non Romney As Parade mar the Antiwar demonstrators said they would not interfere with the confining their protest to such dramatization As Selling apples on Street Corners and setting up soup lines to protest military about students gathered Friday night at the University of South Florida in Tampa in an Antiwar demonstration that included Rock the police armed with rifles and shotguns arrested some 30 of the youths and routed about 200 More when they sailed to obey a 2 curfew and leave a football Field where the Fri Day night rally was in the sponsoring 31st peace action commit tee said up to persons were expected to March the downtown area to attend an Antiwar in Grant new York rally in new the peace action coalition scheduled a lunch hour Parade Down seventh Avenue from Columbus Circle to Bryant Park for a ral afternoon marches and rallies were planned in los san san de co and cancel rally in Al scheduled in a rally at the University of Texas Branch included Rennie a defendant n the Chicago 7 riot Spon sors said another demonstrators were expected at a ral y at the state Capitol in aus although police predicted the number would be much charged in Holdup of fight fans p an Atlanta Man with a lengthy police record has been charged with the robbery to More than 100 fans were lured by engraved invitation after the Muhammad Al Jerry Quarry the who thought they were attending a were stripped of jewelry and clothing when they police did not release the name of the 27yearold Man seized but said he had admitted purchasing a Shotgun discarded by one of the eight masked bandits As they left the House with loot officers now estimate could run twice As High As to 20 earn cards As defensive Drivers veterans of foreign wars sponsored course first in the defensive Drivers course sponsored by the Roy Bur Kett Post 858 and held in the Post Hall thurs Day was Well attended and 20 persons were Given cards by the instructor William hut safety chairman of the Missouri department this was the first of these courses in the state and possibly the sponsored by the Post and the drive to survive course is an exclusive program and is designed to As Sist Good Drivers become better Drivers at no Cost to anyone Tak ing the taking the course were Hugh Florence Raymond George Tommie Iris Henry Bill John John Paul Paul Tom Helen Lois John Jessie de Cas Cecil car door damaged a door of an automobile was damaged when it was opened As a pickup truck drove by in a mishap in the 1200 Block of Springhill at Oclock last Buel of 353 was the Driver of the 1950 Model Rolet which caught the door with the rear bumper As it went the a 1967 was driven by John of 908 Homecoming Queen of Chillicothe High school for 1970 is miss Tammy pictured crossing the football Field last night shortly before the Queens identity was announced from the press Tammy is a daughter of and Haryey her escort was Jim son of and Queen Tammy will be crowned at the schools Homecoming Dancs starting at Oclock senior princesses Are Janet daughter of and and Brenda daughter of Aad Jerome Richard Nibarger buy town House and Richard Nibar Ger recently purchased the town House for Merly ruths from and Charles Nibarger stated they will feature special evening Nibarger and his and their Crys Tal reside at 113 cres cent More cases from cily police court judge warns youth about his one additional cases in yester Days session of City police court conducted by judge David Nineteen Earold Dennis 1108 Elm got some pointed remarks about the company he was keeping during a hearing on a charge of care less and imprudent driving at on october Carter pleaded guilty and there was testimony by police officer Roger judge Macoubrie told Carter that the fact that the state has taken away his Drivers License May keep you out of the Macoubrie the com Pany you Are keeping is going to Lead you it seems that you get into trouble with the associates you have i dont know what we can do to teach i understand you Are working and doing a pretty Good Job of id like to see you make something of your was found fined 50 and assessed court Carl Lee of 1214 charged with driving while intoxicated on october forfeited speeding charges Philip Theodore of 1409 forfeited Bond on charge of speeding 35 in a 25mile zone in the 400 Block of Washington Street on october Robert of 7 charge of speeding 35 25 zone in the 400 Block of South Washington on october Harold forfeited Bond on a charge of speeding 35 in 25 zone in the 100 Block Washington on october Donald of 1021 forfeited Bond on a charge of speeding 40 in a 25 mile zone in the 400 Block of Washington on october Vivian of Weet charged with speeding 38 in a 25zone on Washington Street on october pleaded guilty and was assessed the minimum Fine and costs of Rita to forfeited Bond on a charge of speeding 35 in 25zone in the 400 Block of Washington Street on october Dennis Lee forfeited Bond on a charge of reckless driving on october the report said he was fish ailing and spinning his tires near the vocational school and football Michael Dean of 1126 forfeited Bond on a charge of speeding 35 in 25 zone in the 400 Block of Washington on october Jerry of 323 Cal pleaded guilty to a charge of speeding 35 in 25zone in the 400 Block of Washington on october and paid David Spring forfeited Bond on a charge of speeding 35 in 25 zone in the 400 Block of Washington on october Benjamin of 1818 forfeited 37 Bond on a charge of speeding 37 in 25 zone in the 15001600 Block of Polk Street on october car overturned Michael of 1003 forfeited Bond on a charge of careless and imprudent driving and being in a 256 watch out witches goblins and other dread characters will be after willing to Settle for the Devil i the foreground could be 5yearold Bradley Earl and the working Man with the painted on Beard and Mustache 5yearold Wesley who were among youngsters of the tiny Tot kindergarten who were prowling Webster Street yesterday m a dress rehearsal for motorists Are particularly urged to be Alert tonight for trick or Treater crossing City Une Paul Beever is helicopter Pilot Aht warrant officer candidate Paul son of and Vincent red recently completed a 20week Heli copter Pilot course at the army primary helicopter school during the he was trained to Fly army helicopters Aid Learned to use them in tac tical he next will undergo advanced flight training at the army aviation upon completion of advanced training he May be appointed a warrant Beever entered the army March of this year and was last stationed at he is a 1967 graduate of Chillicothe High school and tended the University of Souri at open House at drop in Center is november 3 grand opening of the Golden agers drop in to be located at salvation army head 449 Elm has been set for novem Ber according to Ron Ald the Center will be open from 9 till 5 mondays through there will be a to Reading Craft area and table games Coffee and cookies will also be available at All donations of card table games and puzzles still Are needed and would be App re Kerley he added that he expected the new facility to be popular with the Gold nagers of Chillicothe and surrounding Young and and old alike Are Welcome to the open continued on Page Thomas Tate now is first lieutenant Vietnam a inc Thomas son of and Thomas 1136 Elm recently was promoted to army first lieutenant while serving with the 15th artillery near an lieutenant fir direction officer with Battery 7th Bat Talion of the 15th entered the army in and was last stationed at the 25yearold lieutenant received his degree from the University of Missouri at Rolla in he is a member of Alpha Chi Sigma his lives at 2805 Diane Mabery is a miss teenage Christian finalist miss Diane daughter of and James 1904 Webster has been selected As one of the 15 finalists out of Over 40 entries in the miss teenage Christian which is sponsored by teenage Chris a Magazine for youth who Are Church of Christ the miss tag pageant a Fol be held during the annual International youth Retreat scheduled for Friday and no vember 27 and at Ellis Audi who were chosen for qualities of Christian womanhood and for spiritual com will participate in interviews and group sessions and will be presented before the entire saturday evening Audi ence for a Talent a statement of commitment to or a combination 61 the Winner will receive a scholarship and a trip t she will also trave during the year to various youth activities in the Utec the miss tag pageant chair Man and master of ceremonies is Nick brother of actor and recording Star Pat miss Mabery is a senior at Chillicothe High her father is pastor of the local Church of t Larry King serving in Thailand air Thailand airman first class Larry son of and Val 118 Vine Chil is on duty at Ubon Royal thai airman King is a Security policeman in a unit of the Pacific air he is a 1969 graduate of Chillicothe High Walter Wilson enjoys new work As a Park Ranger army promotes Dennis Gutshall a inc son of and Lewis gut red recently was promoted to army specialist 5 at where he is serving with Martin army special a social psychology specialist at the entered the army in and completed Basic training at Sam the 24yearold Soldier was graduated from High school in Gilman in 1964 and from Oklahoma Christian col lege in Oklahoma in Bah outdoor columnist for the Joseph news press and last week devoted a column to Walter Wilson of who was stationed at Chillicothe As a member of the state High Way patrol for a number of below is the Story from Bennetts outdoor Walter Wilson has a new career in Law enforcement changing from a Missouri state patrolman to a Park Ranger and getting a new Outlook on the out the former patrol who lives in Joseph at 2502 Uncan started his duties last March As a Park rang first full time Ranger in Northwest Missouri and one of 12 in the his duties of patrolling nine Parks and his Orical shrines keep him Busy shaking hands and explaining the Many facile ies available in Missouri Ranger Wilson has the official Power to enforce All state Laws covering careless driving and other violations in the Parks and on Park a he says there Are few most infractions Are for careless vandalism and just the presence of an official car and a uniform in the Parks seems to help a lot to wards curbing ran Ger Wilson he explained the rangers Are fairly new to most Park visitors As the pro Gram was started in Missouri about two years he meets Many old friends from his state patrol service and is continually making new friends during the daily visits to Parks in his most Park visitors Are a Bunch of they enjoy themselves and make my duty a lot he and Missouri Parks receive plenty of he Points As tha total of Vii Toas last year was 14 300 of that 1 Mil 62 thousand were ranging from those with tents to the de luxe travel trailers Complete with air conditioning and Ranger Wilson his area includes big Lake state Lewis and Clark continued on Page Robert fadness Dies in Iowa at age of 28 Dwayne son of Mae fadness of died thursday night at his Home fadness was the son of the late Clarence fadness and May Aye in addition to he is survived by his Shirley a Johnny and two stepdaughters two Danny and Charles Clarence Phil lips and Lou Are Bill Larson and Phillips accompanied fad Ness to Decorah to attend the funeral laugh it off at first i thought id Hava you step right into my then another thought occurred to know your candidates James Stubbs is the demo cratic nominee for prosecuting attorney of Livingston county and is he has served in that office since when he was appointed by Warren Hearnes to succeed Buck Tay born and reared in Kansas Stubbs practice Law there for 4v6 years after graduation from the University of Missouri Columbia and came to Chillicothe in he has served As City attorney and has been Active in the Chillicothe Little Stubbs and his and their Warren Scott and Susan Eliza reside at 1112 Hillside Buck Taylor is unopposed As the democratic nominee for probate magistrate judge of Livingston he has served in that capacity Sinca he was appointed by Ren Hearnes in March of 1969 to succeed his judge Dick who died during his term of e Taylor was prosecuting Ney at the born in Chic he served two terms As attorney general of Missouri served As director of the division of employment Security of Missouri and returned to Chillicothe in 1961 to resume the practice of he also has served at City

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