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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1945, Chillicothe, Missouri News notes of local happenings Constitution from Norborne and Joe of nor were in child Cote tuesday on business and to visit visited friends and Elmer Skinner spent tuesday evening with and James Offield and Robert who is Home on a 15day Here from Unionville Tinsley of Unionville came tuesday evening for a few Days visit with his and and other relatives and Tinsley come thursday for a going Home miss Mary Jean Tinsley was Dis missed from the Chillicothe hos Pital this morning after a tonsil operation tuesday miss Tinsley will be taken to her Home in Brooks Captain Romjue Here Kenneth Romjue is visit ing his and Romjue of and his Sis Grover and route Captain Romjue is in route from Germany to fort on Way to Des Moines miss Mary miss Jean hears and miss Joann Bills were to Chillicothe these girls Are Here from Louis and had stopped Here for the the girls Are on their Way to Des to Missouri Valley miss Irene Keithly of Chillicothe Ferguson left sunday for where they will enter Missouri Val Jey and Ferguson drove the girls to mar shall to their miss Kent will major to music and miss Ferguson will major to taken under advisement the Case of Knight against Over brought Here on a change of venue from was completed this morning after two Days of the suit was for an account tog of a farm during the past eight the Case was taken under advisement by judge James to Trenton installation miss Nellie president elect of the local legion auxiliary Hazel retiring president Don Kinnison and Earl Barnes were in Trenton tuesday evening to attend an installation ceremony for new officers of the Trenton Nielsen is new president of that son visits Here Eddison Metal Smith stationed at terminal and his Eddison Austin of Kansas Are visiting his Par and Austin near Mooresville his Zeola Warner of and other rela they visited friends in Chil a Cote Austin will be on leave until september will come thursday and Charles will come thursday for a few Days visit with goodness grand and and his and Goodner returned earlier in the year from european service and for the past five no Vitus he has Keenan air forces instructor to Here from Carrollton Raymond zone Jerry Beck and Joseph Jackson were in to visit friends and to look Over the Raymond Homan received his discharge from military service last Joseph Jackson will receive his discharge As soon As he is released from a hos Pital to where he has been stationed since he arrived in the these boys Are on leave visit Iii daily edition 1945 eight pages 207 new lengthy list of suspected japs will be issued reliable japanese sources predict an imminent purge of reactionary Premier in statement told correspondents that his government intends to de Termine w general Macarthur Headquarters announced today it would Issue soon a new and lengthy list of suspected Japa Nese War while reliable japanese sources predicted an imminent purge of reactionary ele ments in the Cabinet of Premier Prince the Premier in a press Confer ence yesterday told Allied correspondents that his government in tended to determine responsibility for starting the War and try its own provided general Macar thur the Prince did not elaborate and there was no word from Macarthur Headquarters on whether the japanese would be permitted to punish their own War headquarter suspended for one Day a second Tokyo English language Nippon the paper was ordered 30 min utes before press time to withhold publication of its tuesday morning because its editors had failed to submit for american censor ship a printers proof of an editor Ial on the recent change of foreign japanese predicting Cabinet Resig nations said a wide Gap existed Between Premier Higashi Kuni and three they expected to leave the government Obat and Ogata All ministers without port visiting his sister guest of and Harley Herbert Adkison is spend ing the week with his and John Adkison of Brecken Ridge and his Harley and 406 Wil son he will spend the remainder of his thirty Day furlough with his wife and son to Adkison was overseas with the 354th Harbor Craft for thirteen he was stationed near during that Adkison has been to the armed service for Twenty at the expiration of his leave he will report to Camp for further funeral of Arthur Haworth will be conducted thursday afternoon at 2 Oclock by the funeral of Arthur whose death occurred monday morning at Oclock to her Home three quarters of a mile South of Blue will be in the Chapel of the Norman funeral Home thursday afternoon at 2 conducted by the Ken Neth the body will be shipped at that afternoon by Burlington to for Haworth parents Are buried her Ora died Jan uary 21 this a 40 years of had been to poor health about a but she had been confined to her bed Only about thirty she was born at Carrollton on March As Irene on May in Kansas City she was married to Arthur they had lived at the farm near Blue Mound the past ten besides her Haworth is survived by a Coily Mills of Kansas and two Thomas Loffer of Dawn and Forrest Loffer of Kan Sas since been stationed there on har Bor defense returning to the states Only a few Days miss Louise Seidel and Seidel of Chillicothe Are a sister and brother of the he has three other Sisters miss Carrie Seidel of the Dwayne Springer of Wheeling and Joe Rensing of sergeant Seidel was awarded the her second son 6etsjnschar6e Robert Seidel released at Jefferson Barracks on 88 Robert who received his honorable discharge from the army through the Point sys tem 88 Points at Jefferson bar Racks on is the second son of Mary Seidel of Wheeling to be discharged after service to world War Joe Seidel was honorable discharged on june he makes his Home in Des Moines is Sinclair Oil company state supervisor to Bob a sergeant at the time of his arrived Home this he will resume operation of the Seidel farm West of Wheeling on Highway Seidel entered service to at he ret Cei Yed training at Camp Wallace and and was he we know to a Zmuda Early he had no padding in the armed forces of United states no one will be kept in serv ice a Day longer than is says needs Are not known army plans Call for return of More than two million soldiers by a Truman declared today that there will be i no padding in our armed forces and that no one is going to be held in service a Day longer than is the president said in a statement that no one can accurately forecast at this time the future military needs and noted that general Mac Arthur had revised his own Esti mates of the number of troops Nec Essary for the occupation of Japan and Macarthur first estimated that he required a Force of but Cut this to and then to the army plans Call for the re turn to their Homes of More than soldiers Between Vij Day and Christmas the presi dents statement Between now and Christmas the discharge rate will steadily Rise from the present daily figure of to not less than per Day and by to More than per the president said he wanted to make one thing the Speed of demobilization is not governed Pur future needs for occupation forces until next by that How Many men we shall need for occupation and to what extent that need can be met through Volun Post War control of the seas with a Navy capable of delivering atomic bomb attacks was urged today by Secretary James Forrestal before the House naval testifying on legislation to de gets discharge on 121 Points Good conduct he also Termine the size of the peacetime wears the prep Earl Harbor rib Forrestal said the key to future Victory and the Freedom of this country will be in the control of the East and of the skies above he recommended an Active ready for consisting of approximately 300 modern combatant vessels including 11 15 aircraft carriers including three 21 escort 20 heavy and Large 29 Light 176 de 40 destroyer escorts and 90 Lloyd Denva Rife released i from army service at was continued on Page three the weather showers and thunderstorms tonight and cooler except to extreme Southeast tonight and cooler tuesdays temperatures maximum minimum funeral service for Ida Wheeler was held tuesday afternoon conducted by Frank funeral service for Ida May Wheeler was held to the Chapel of the Norman funeral Home tuesday conducted by the Frank a Large number of friends and relatives attended the and there was a Large Floral Busby Kent and Ralph Wigfield Sang As abide with will the Circle be unbroken and sometime Well in Elmer Goben was their pallbearers were John Milton Ira Drake and de burial was to the Avalon died saturday night to her Home two Miles West of Lloyd Denva son of i Nena Davenport of Given an honorable discharge from army service at Leavenworth on september a Corporal at the time of his had 121 he had been inducted into service on May 1942 at Leavenworth and had served overseas a year ten taking part to the Fol lowing campaigns Central air offensive nor Northern France and the in addition to his Battle participation Rife was awarded the Good conduct medal and the distinguished unit badge with two Oak Leaf a registrant of Kan Sas where the family formerly was one of five service sons and daughters of three of her sons Are still to a miss Dorothy was honorable discharged from the to mens army corps to she was sworn into service to and was a sergeant at the time of her submarines in addition to support tog All the Cruis destroyers and submarines would be new ships completed since a la Dup Reserve of seven old Bat 22 carriers built since 58 escort 14 heavy 19 Light 191 257 destroyer 110 submarines and supporting a ready Reserve of 100 additional major sold their Home and Smith Sells West Calhoun Street and Smith have sold their residence property on West Calhoun Street to and Bernard Wichmann of and Wichmann and who were Given imme Diate Possession of the property moved to their new Home this the Sale was arranged by Jarrell and Campbell gets release sept 15 discharged at leaven Worth after 1 3 months Thomas Madison who served overseas a year and three was released from service on september 15 at he was a private first class at the time he was honorable son of and George 212 Walnut was returned to the states Only a Short time having been to service since August he wears a Battle participation Star for rom Earno on his service Campbell also was awarded the Good conduct the George Campbells have an other Billy Monroe expected Home soon from the a Flavel Sironer Heads the county warmest drive his appointment announced wednesday by Shaf District Campaign this fall Girdner will select a full committee to help carry on the drive in Flavel Girdner has been appointed chairman of the Livingston county War Chest drive this according to an announcement to Day by District Girdner will select a Complete committee to help carry on the Campaign throughout living Ston this years drive promises to be a critically important Points out judge Norwin Houser of state president of the War which is affiliated with the National War he reports that demands for new Uso morale building centers in the Philippines and other Pacific bases together with the cry for help from War ravished countries Call for continued giving this year As in the past president Truman made this statement in regard to the War in no other Way can the american people themselves express and their determination that Justice that mercy shall pre Vail this with the help of every Good Man and woman and with the Blessing of will preside at conference lord Haw Haw convicted of treason today William Joyce was Given the death sentence in old jury out 25 minutes the trial before ten men and two women lasted for three human beings Are the Only Crea Tures with mastoid cells in the Bony Structure surrounding the will go to the Westcoast soon major Russell Huff to be honorable discharged at Leonard major Russell whose wife and two Bob and have been residents of Chillicothe while he was with the armed forces overseas nearly three is to be honorable discharged the army at Leonard probably he will return to Chillicothe thursday and soon after the first of the month he and his family expect to leave for the West he intends to resume work As a civil before going into service on september major Huff was a civil Engineer for the Washington state Highway the officer returned to the states by plane from Germany Early in August and was at Home on leave about a that time he and his wife and sons visited his parents in he served with the first army to Europe and was attached to the 9th infantry serving As a member of the general staff corps to charge of before his assignment to Csc he was an officer to the army in the states he was stationed at arid was sent overseas in land tag at Casablanca on Christmas that major Huff went through campaigns to North Africa and the sicilian Campaign and then was sent to England for several he took part in the Normandy and went through France and Germany with he was awarded seven Battle participation stars for his Eto and the Bronze Star medal for meritorious he also wears the prep Earl Harbor Huff is the former Betty daughter of and Harvey Sparling of near she has been particularly Active in girl scouting during her residence and served As director of the girl scout Day Camps held Here this i Bishop Ivan Lee resident Bishop of the Louis area of the methodist which includes the three conferences to who will preside at the forthcoming session of the Missouri annual con Ference at Elm Street methodist september 22nd to 26th in Bishop Holt also has supervision of methodist work to Central recognized As an authority in International the first business session of the conference 3 Oclock on the conference communion service will be held saturday evening at 8 Bishop Holt will preach in the Elm Street pulpit on sunday Whing at late tuesday John Cooper do in Hospital passed away at his Home in j death occurred tuesday aft Monroe township 111 Vernoon at 3 Oclock fun about four neral who would have been 79years of age on died at his farm Home in Monroe township West of Chillicothe tues Day afternoon at Oclock after an illness of about four Austin was the the first residents of Liv was John and came Here from Tennes see in a Hal brother of the lives on the family old Home and i John who lived on an adjoining was born on the Home except for about a year to California he had lived his entire life in that he was the son of Spencer and Tina Sidden Only the one brother survives in j the immediate a Arthur died in several years a i Clifford made his Home j with another Arthur Austin of san and three nieces they Are j Ruth Mosher of san Charles Stringer of Moores Ville and Lela who lives to the state of Dickerson funeral Home of to Gard will have charge of the fun but arrangements Are not completed pallbearers will be Sid Foster Marshall Charles Frank Gilli land and Ray All of Monroe John Brigg arid a Well known died at 3 Oclock tuesday to Chilli Coile Hospital where he was entered As a patient three Days be who had been in failing health for some had been at the Hospital for medical care several times in recent he was born on March 1864 near the son of Greenville and Jeannette he was one a family of seven a former Railroad Cooper had been retired several years he lived at 522 Washington a Tina Mccormick is the Only survivor in the immediate she is ill arid will be unable to come for the fun the funeral service is to be held in the Chapel of the Gordon Home for funerals at 2 Oclock thursday conducted by the Frank burial will be made in Edgewood enters guilty plea Stanley Attu was charged with burglary and larceny Stanley charged with Burg Lary and entered a plea of guilty before judge James in circuit court punishment was deferred await ing report from the state probation and Patrole overseas 16 months Thaddeus Jackson gets his Dis charge on 84 Points Thaddeus having 84 was honorable discharged by the army at Jefferson Barracks on september he had been Over seas a year and four months and had participated in the Central Normandy and Northern France for these he wears five Bronze Battle stars on his Eto a private Frist was inducted into service at leaven Worth on february his Mother is Bill Bruns the discharged Veteran was a warded the conduct medal an Alpha Phi pledge miss Irene Cooke is attending the University of Missouri miss Irene daughter of and Oscar 448 Elm is an Alpha Phi pledge at the University of Columbia this miss Cooke a freshman student at the was pledged during Rush week which is just she was graduated from Chillicothe High school in miss Sylvia a senior Stu is Vic president of Alpha Phi at Missouri she returned to her Home Here tuesday after having been to Columbia about ten Days for Rush week her also was there As an alumnus re turning Home tuesday to san Francisco Clarence Seaman who has been spending a 30 Day leave with his wife and and his and Gilbert 204 has re turned to san hos Pital where he will get a discharge he has four other Brothers to lord Haw Haw of the Ger Man was convicted of treason to old Bailey today and sentenced to a jury of ten men and two women required less than 25 minutes to arrive at a verdict after Justice Tucker had ruled that Haw had had left this country to 1939 wrapped up to the Union Jack in order to carry on German the Justice informed the after listening to three Days of Legal that Joyce was not a British subject but nevertheless he owed allegiance to the British Crown when he left the country because of the Protection afforded him by a British this was despite his american birth and the fact that Joyce later took out German reception Given for pvt Shields was held at Zion Baptist Church last night Cov ered dish luncheon a covered dish luncheon arid reception was Given at Zion Baptist last night in the service men who have returned from Vinson Shields was the Benjamine Bland was master of the pledge to the Flag was led by Warren Pettigrew and Ilee followed by the singing of the Star spangled private Shields was then presented arid made a timely and interest ing the response was by Eileen Walker principal of Garrison professor Leader of the boy made a few the Garrison girl scouts were Ushers and waited on the the meeting closed by thesing ing of god bless America after Kucich the closing prayer was Given by arrived in states of september 11 Edward Moore Here vis iting and Edward Moore came monday for a fort five Day furlough with his and he arrived in the states to new York september sergeant Moore has been Over seas for eighteen months to the european theatre where he served to and Germany As Engineer with the ninth army air he is entitled to Wear the european theatre four Battle stars for Battles at Northern and Central he also received the meritorious Moore has been to the armed service for two at the expiration of his he will report to Seymour Johnson South Here for visit and Panalee brawn visit ing miss Lucille and Parmalee formerly of Massachi Are Gunts in the Home of their miss Lucille 410 Elm Brown has been employed by radio research laboratories of Harvard operating under office of scientific research and development of Brown has been awarded a certificate of appreciation for effective service to world War ii by United states government office of scientific research and

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