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Chillicothe Constitution Tribune (Newspaper) - September 21, 1957, Chillicothe, Missouri News notes of local happenings be Chillicothe Constitution a rih unc admit i i h to Hospital mrs. Gertrude Parker of Winchester. Mass., was admitted to the Chillicothe Hospital Friday evening for medical treatment. A \ i pts position j w Shearer has accepted a full tune position of accordian and guitar instructor at the Canterbury music Center i i d to fraternity Tom Fields Don head and Larry Hamilton were pledged to Phi Gamma Delta fraternity William Jewell College Liberty this week Iii i from Loi Islava or and mrs. Ted Stewart of Shreveport la., Are visiting in the Leon Norman Home at Wheeling. Or Stewart and or Norman Are cousins dismissed from Hospital mrs Delbert Russell and baby were dismissed thus morning from the Chillicothe Hospital to Behn University Guy toy be to 1709 Polk Street master Ronnie Jones. Route 5 Melvin Hamlet. Ludlow a a Pirch Asi property or and mrs Harley Gallatin of Meadville have purchased property located at 600 Sunset from or and mrs Munford Joslyn. Sale arrangements were made by Jeff Burnam realtor. A i rom William Jewell Larry Hamilton arrived Friday evening to visit bus parents. Or. And mrs Max Hamilton he was accompanied by Al Fox. Athens o Tho boys Are freshmen at William Jewell College Liberty a visit nieces mrs. H h Craven of Colorado Springs is a guest of her nieces mrs Robert Gates and or Gates and mrs e. D Bradbury and or Bradbury and other relatives and friends. A condition improved mrs c s Crandall who resides at the Leeper hotel returned Friday from Kansas City where she was called last week by the illness of her daughter mrs. Charles v Hayden the condition of mrs Hayden who underwent an emergency operation is favourable for improvement a Giest of grandparents Gregory Scott hasten son of or and mrs Ivan Huston or of Perrytown Texas is spending a few Days a guest of his grandparents. Or. And mrs Ivan Huston 1213 Bryan Street the Little boy s Mother accompanied her parents or. And mrs. Virgil Mason to Norfolk Nebraska to attend the wedding of Max k Mason and miss Janet Mildred Barry. From Lebanon ind vol. Xiv daily edition Chillicothe Missouri saturday sept. 21,1957 six pages no 224 missourian is first to die of asian flu victim was stricken in California epidemic closes a Texas College. By the associated priss the first confirmed death from asian flu in this country was reported yesterday by the state of Missouri. The u s Public health service estimated there have been 100,-000 cases in the country to Date reports of new outbreaks in the United states and Canada continued to pile up. In puerto Rico the health department estimated there were possibly 129,000 new cases of asian flu in the territory during the week ended sept 14 puerto Rico was believed nearing the it eak of the outbreak. Or h m Hardwick a of the Missouri health division did not identify the Man believed the first confirmed fatality the victim was stricken in California and returned to Missouri against his doctors advice. Southwest Texas state College at san Marcos was closed yesterday until monday because of flu. The state health commissioner said predictions of a widespread asian flu epidemic a appear to be president j c Flowers ordered the College closed after More than 500 persons were stricken on the Campus there was no confirmation that the flu was of the asian Type. Francis Dies at 57 he was a Farmer retired since 1952. Francis Hubert Donoho 57, of poo Broadway died this morning at i 40 o clock at the Chillicothe Hospital where he had been a patient since wednesday. Or Donoho son of Michael and Ellen Slattery Donoho. Was born sept 17, 1900. In Livingston county he was a Farmer retiring in 1952 after the death of his wife or Donoho was a member of the st col Niban Catholic Church. Survivors indeed four sons Leonard Francis Donoho. St Joseph Jerry Michael Donoho and j c Donoho Chillicothe William Edward Donoho. U s. Air Force four Sisters mrs Rose Jackson. Mrs Mary c Ott. Miss Lucy Donoho and miss Margaret Donoho Chillicothe three Brothers John Donoho. Trenton Joseph armed forces Cut threatens Security senators charge two democrats blast administration for acting without consulting Congress. By Edwin b Haakinson Washington sept. 21. A sen. Mansfield a Mont said today the Eisenhower administration May be a placing Economy ahead of our Security in reducing the strength of the armed forces. Sen Jackson . Said at the same time the Pentagon a or the it. Rev. Edw. R. Welles. Ders to reduce manpower episcopal Bishop of West Missouri by 200,000 men would reduce our will pay a visit to Grace episcopal armed forces below Levels approved Church sunday. He will deliver the Sermon at the la o clock service following a confirmation service two Day rainfall exceeds j inches precipitation is general Over to be in the 40s. Or and mrs. John a buds Bohn Donoho Chula and James Dono and sons. Jimmy and Freddy of Lebanon. Indiana came Friday evening for a Lew Days visit with or Bohn s Mother. Mrs Dorothy Bohn 4521 a Washington Street. On tuesday they will go to Blue Springs for a visit with or. Bohn s sister mrs. John journey i journey and son. Sewing contest Singer sewing Center received word miss Julie Engelmann daughter of or and mrs j d Engelmann 1607 Rosewood place placed third in the senior division of teen age girls in a sewing contest held recently in Kansas City. This is an annual contest sponsored by Singer sewing company miss Jayne toy be daughter of or. And mrs Guy Toyne also competed in the Junior division. Til is contest includes entries from seven states. Each Singer shop has one Junior and one senior Winner who competes in the District contest. Ket in from vacation or. And mrs Bertis Williams returned today from their vacation at it. Williams Canada Northern Michigan and Toledo. O. From it to Chillicothe and three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife mrs Corda Donoho. On nov. 24, 1952. Funeral services Rill be held from the st. Col urn ban Catholic Church at 9 o clock monday morning. Burial will be made in the Shelburn cemetery the Rosary will be said sunday evening at 7.30 o clock at the Chapel of the Gordon Home for funerals. State Republican leaders to attend Chillicothe dinner mrs. Horace Hedges. St. Louis. Rainfall in a 2-Day period at Chillicothe exceeded 3 inches but the Rainy spell seems to be Over for the present the weather Bureau predicts thundershowers Only in the South and East parts of the state this afternoon and tonight Sam Dupy Engineer at the municipal pumping station on grand River measured i 18 at 7 o clock yesterday morning and emptied i by from the gauge at 7 this morning tor a total of 3 06 inches. There were reports of 4 50 North of Chillicothe 3 25 at Wheeling 3 40 at Avalon. 2 inches at the Davy Curtis place North of pinkies school More than 3 inches at the Ralph Thompson farm West of Chillicothe. Und 2 inches at Laredo. Heavy Rains were general Over the state last night. In a 24-hour period ending at Midnight. Kansas City had 3 73 inches the heaviest there since july 19, 1950, when 3 97 inches were recorded Grandview reported 4 39, pleasant Hill 4 30, Concordia 3 33. Warrensburg 2.83. I Lexington 2 74. Waverly 2 50. Macon 2 42, Sumner 2 30. Sedalia i 88. Nevada i 67. Rolla 1.52, Boonville 1.41, Columbia 1.09. Herman 73, Joplin .49 and Springfield 14 tile weather Bureau says the temperature will be cooler Over the state with lows by morning in tile upper 40s in the Northwest if it frosts the Date wont be the earliest Buck Wilson recalls a Frost during the night of aug. 31, 1949. Lewis c. Coffman 79, Dies near Laredo Lewis Chapman Coffman. 79. A lifetime resident of Grundy county. Died at 6 o clock yesterday evening at his Home three Miles Southeast of Laredo funeral services will be conducted at. 2 of clock sunday afternoon by Congress a a a this has been done strictly by the administration with consultation with Jackson said in a Telephone interview from Washington state. Tile critical comments of the two democratic senators were aimed at a new order announced thursday requiring the army. Air Force Navy and Marine corps to reduce their forces by another 100,000 men by next june 30 this order comes on top of a directive last july under which a 100.000-Man Cut must be completed by dec. 31. Taken together the two cuts would lower total american armed strength to 2,600.000 men instead of the 2,800,000 authorized for the fiscal year which began last july i both Jackson and Mansfield said the administration apparently la ignoring what Congress considers to Accident be the minimum military Force necessary for National Security. Not a six shooter in sight there was talk of rustlers stage coaches and gun fights but not a six shooter a in sight As these old time stars of Western movies met for a reunion in Hollywood at Paramount studio where they inspected the Frontier Street used in a new Western called a tile tin they found the old props Hadnot changed much. Left to right Ken Maynard. Tom Keene front. Rex lease Bob Steele. Hoot Gibson Raymond Hatton and big boy wire photo crash near Meadville kills woman 51 officers withhold name of juvenile in head on collision on u. S. 36. A Pennsville. N. J., woman died yesterday at doctors Hospital in Brookfield after receiving head injuries in a two car Accident on Highway 36 just West of the Meadville Junction mrs. Edward j Mcnutt. 50, died at 2 55 p in after she was injured in the 1 30 p in welfare office asks help for a family a family with seven children ranging in Ages from 8 to 16 years whose Home and contents were destroyed by fire recently Are in need of assistance according to the Livingston county welfare office. Especially needed is furniture and bedding. Anyone having \ clothing furniture and bedding Are asked to Call the welfare office phone 44 and they will see that the contributions Are picked up Leech lists county school directors Rural consolidated and reorganized District boards Are reported. Five county four hers entered in slate event Missouri achievement Day today at University. Five 4-h members from Livingston county clubs Are in Columbia today with More than 400 other winners in county and District achievement Days for judging contests for the state achievement Day program. Entered from Here Are Earl Van Eaton Liberty 4-h. Meat identification Dale Anderson Dawn to or. Mcnutt. 54. Was hospitalized with a fractured leg. Driver of the other car was reported to be a juvenile and his name withheld by the Highway patrol under provisions of a new state Law the crash was described As a head on collision a tourist. Mrs. Gertrude Parker. 53, of Winchester mass., was injured in a traffic Accident at 5 15 o clock yesterday afternoon the names of school directors of All Livingston county schools were listed today by Howard Leech county superintendent. Members of the Livingston coun-1 to Board of education Are Alvis Appleby Chillicothe red 2, pres ident or. Leech Secretary John j Phillips Chula Marion Mur Ray red 2 Wilmer w Lowe Wheeling John Busby Ludlow Anet Dan Walker Chillicothe red 4 or. Murray has moved to Gallatin and a successor probably will be selected. 3-director boards Rosman Mark Eckert Trenton red 4, president mrs. Minnie Eckert Trenton red 4 Olen Akers Ralph Cooper both of Trenton on in the 400 Block of Cherry Street. 4 West of a pickup truck driven by mrs. Bon Nie Cook of Chula was heading parked vehicles hit in two mishaps yesterday Driver hits dump track while watching workmen. Two accidents on Chillicothe streets were reported to police yesterday both involving collisions with parked vehicles the first happened at 3 05 p in demonstrate cleaning and packing Buick Sedan travelling West and a bearing Betty Bauer Rich Hill driven by her husband. Albert Ira Junior workers poultry Demontra Parker. 53, of 3 Sachem Road. Tion Sharon alien Wheeling Hap Winchester the state Highway Highway 36, two Miles _ Mooresville mrs. Parker is a Nie Quot Cook of Chula was heading Protheroe a. W. Burgess presi patient at the Chillicothe Hospital North on Cherry at that time and Dent a a Campbell clerk her cer be of Cark Earl Griffin All of Tren of 427 red 4. Hicks Elmer Stoffregen president miss Maud tout clerk Dan h Lierly j. W Cole All of Chillicothe red 4 having suffered a severe laceration on the forehead fractured Vertebra and numerous cuts and bruises. She was a passenger in a 1957 collided with a parked longing to f r Bailey Cherry. The truck was damaged on the right front and the parked Auto on the left rear. Mrs. Cook was Given a summons for careless driving. In police court this morning she pleaded guilty and was fined $5, costs of $9 add harvesters food preservation pat�1 said the right wheels went Eddy judging and Patricia Pryor Tri Community club vegetable judging Home agent Waurine Stephens is accompanying the Livingston county group nine judging events with 165 participants is the largest division on the annual one Day program the top teams from the five District judging contests will vie for state honors in each of eight judging events. Poultry judging will be an individual contest there Are in addition 97 Home off onto the Muddy shoulder and that Parker lost control As the wheels went Back onto the slab. The Sedan spun around and went backward into a ditch mrs. Parker s head struck the rear View Mirror there was damage to the Frame and body of the car which was towed to the Vadnais garage at Mooresville. Visits parents Merrill Nibarger. Son of or and from the Laredo methodist Church economics and agricultural Demon mrs Leonard Nibarger and Fred the Rev. E n Leonard of Galt stators will officiate. Burial will be in the Alpha cemetery. The body will remain at the e. Robertson funeral Home until the hour of the service. Or. Coffman was the son of John and Mary Grimes Coffman and was born june 21. 1878. In Grundy county he is survived by Republican National committee his wife. Cora May of the Home woman from Missouri will attend thursday s Republican dinner at the strand hotel in Chillicothe. Stanley Scruby. County chairman has been advised. In k Wangelin state chairman and William h Webster president of the Missouri association of republicans will be among those present or. Scruby said Henry e Kohlmeyer. Chairman of activities of the Missouri Republican club if arranging for a Kansas City Dele Williams they went on a steamship cation pm Sib la As Mam As 50 other visitors will be from the cont mud on Page 3 i the weather Missouri partly Cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms South and East today and tonight. Continuing Southeast sunday colder Southwest today and South sixth congressional District and from counties outside the District troop 120 to have charter night dinner boy scout troop 120 and sex a son. Edward Coffman of the Home four grandchildren James. Carolyn Mary Virginia and mar vis Coffman. Trenton and two Sisters mrs Elizabeth Davis Spokane. Wash., and mrs Queens Hess. Syracuse. N. Y. He was preceded in death by a son Marvin an infant daughter three Brothers and five Sisters. Elude burglar alarms to steal 525,000 st Louis sept. 21 a burglars eluded an electric Eye warning sys tem at a scrap Metal Yard today Lafroy son of or. And mrs. Fred share the fun members Groom Laffey. Freshmen at William Jewell ing contests dress revue Public College. Liberty arrived last night to speaking and sheep shearing com spend the weekend with their Par petition Complete the program. Ends. A few reflections on a hat s going on in the Community we tote More mail to the office Boxton contest. The Muskox Herd than most any firm and often Are asked if we read it All truth is. We throw much of it away. Herewith we present Odds and ends from one Day s mail yesterdays a leak faucet that on nun Ivak Island now numbers 143 animals. Theres to be a display of Antiques in october at Berne. Switzerland. Newspaper advertising is used by 99 5 per cent of the nations Banks. Drips too the country spent s39.251.000 at 7 50 p nil a a station Wagon driven by Terry Spasenich 27, of 1635 Jennings place struck a City dump truck parked at Dickinson and Calhoun streets according to the police report Sensenich said he was watching a Crew working on a sewer and in making a right j turn from Dickinson to Calhoun did not see the truck driving into its rear end sense Niche a vehicle Ivad damage to the right front fender and door and the Windshield. There were no charges. Four accused in fight at Friendly tavern four men were arrested at 4 p in. Yesterday following a reported disturbance in front of the Friendly tavern at 612 first Street they were released later on 515 Bonds each for an appearance in police court monday. The four were charged with Dringm peace disturbance and fighting on the streets. Named in the incident were Ray Pinkley David Lovell Chillicothe red 4, president mrs Evelyn. Skipper red 4, clerk Ernest Akers red 4, and William Wilson red 3 Happy hollow Raymond Reeter president mrs. Raymond Reeter clerk Gerald a Pollock audio Wood All of Chillicothe red 3 Potter Carl Schwab president. Mrs. Lola Mcnally clerk Glenn Acree Wilbur Stevens All of Chillicothe red 3. Springhill Jessie Lay president. Kenneth Beckner clerk Huben Thomas All of Chillicothe red 3 Raulie de Mccollum Chillicothe red 3 mrs. Donna Lucas red continued on Page 3 Chula couple Marks severity three years of marriage Faubus plans to Appeal order to withdraw troops Dee la pleased at action tax Cen by governor to comply with Federal Law. Little Rock. Ark., sept 21 13 a nov Orval Faubus withdrew the National guard from Central High school last night and president Eisenhower today called it a a necessary step in the right direction a Faubus action came shortly after issuance of a Federal injunction commanding him to cease using troops to Block school integration. His attorneys immediately Iegan exploring various avenues of Legal Appeal a was Long As this order is in effect and until its certain reversal on Appeal. I will comply Quot Faubus said. Eisenhower commenting at Newport re on the development in Little Rock integration dispute said a the action by the governor of Arkansas in withdrawing the detachment of Arkansas National guard from the Little Rock High school is a necessary step in the right direction. Quot i am confident that the citizens of Little Rock and the state of Arkansas will Welcome this Opportunity to demonstrate that in their City and in their proper orders of a United states court will be executed promptly and without rep Brooks Hays id Ark it who arranged last saturdays Newport meeting Between Eisenhower and Faubus was in route to Little Rock from Oklahoma City to appraise the situation and report to the president. The governor in announcing his decision to remove the troops from the High school added with jut Jawed determination that he will Appeal the Federal induction. Faubus made the statement in an appearance on a Little Rock television program last night while troops were pulling out. Less than an hour later a few state troopers and one automobile carrying two Little Rock policemen were parked beside the school b it the officers said they were not ordered there. A just happened to Stop by a they said. The Little Rock school Board said a few extra night watchmen were hired but no policemen. Meanwhile people in Little a Lack Are anxiously awaiting Faubus next move and looking to monday morning when classes resume at Central High school and the question of whether the negroes will try to enter. And a great Legal tangle appeared in the making. In his televised address Faubus said Quot i have instructed my attorneys to exhaust every Legal remedy to Appeal this order Quot he was referring to the ruling yesterday by u s. District judge Ronald n. Davies who said Faubus had a thwarted the plan for integration advanced by the school Board and approved by two Federal courts Davies then declared a a a rile petition of the United states of America. For a preliminary injunction against gov. Faubus their 73rd wedding anniversary passed quietly for or and mrs. R d Burchett of Chula tiny occasion was marked a week Apo yester and All others named in the Peti Day by a dinner and receiving of gifts from their friends. Or. Burchett who will be 99 year old sept. 30, and mrs Burchett who will be 90 dec. 22. Were married sept 13. 1881. At Linneus probate Boley Jimmy Batson and Robert judge j v Wilcox officiating drops per minute costs the owner chartering buses last year says the 5124 in a year s time. Having trouble Selling the House fix up the bathroom and paint the House say the plumbing fixture manufacturers. A Crochet contest is being held at the Tulsa state fair. How to Ewing All of Chillicothe and l. M. Anderson of Hale Roy Sammons Chillicothe arrested at 11 13 a m yesterday and charged with being drunk on the streets was fined is with costs set at s9. In police court today. He was confined in the City jail Long enough to escape with an Esti Crochet a doily is told in another a Magazine sends a reprint mated $25,000 police said through either Good Luck or astute planning the robbers managed to scale a Fence Cut Plover Post 120 will have a charter through a Brick Wall and l in open a night ceremony and court of Honor monday night at 6 30 o clock in and East tonight warmer West and the West building of the methodist North sunday High today upper 60s cjulrcj1 a Fie evening will begin with Northeast to 80s Southeast Low tonight 50s North to 60s South. Official temperatures yesterdays maximum 67 yesterdays minimum. 54 today a minimum. 56 precipitation 3 00 pm 170 desired Safe without touching off the alarm system at the Abel Iron and Metal co. Arthur Abe Secretary of the a family covered dish supper each company said the Safe contained family is to bring a covered dish about $20,000 in Cash and two $5,000 and own service. Drink and bread negotiable government Bonds will be furnished scoutmaster Bill the robbers did set off the alarms Watson said a Large attendance is on their Way out. But officers found no one at the scene letter of an article on 18 ways to serve soup october is National Rice month a feed firm reports it now uses electronics to mix feeds. The first Railroad music was published 1828 a Railroad theme tear Jer Ker of the 1890s was a in the baggage car and hillbilly bands still play a the Brave Engineer and a please or. Conductor Don t put me off the train Quot you might win a trip to California in a breakfast food company weather balloon to record height Oakland. Calif., sept. 21 up a weather balloon ascended to a greyhound company. There Are 3.000 Day students at the University of Omaha. An Eye lotion company describes Rainy Day games with pencils. Five Hundred photographers will have a convention at the Maramec caverns. The Bermuda news Bureau reports the initials of bermudas fishing information Bureau Are Quot fib Quot the menu for the Creole food festival includes comes Grecque it tomatoes. Farce a Ritz and in canard Canadien Auvin comes before Midnight. Grecque it tomatoes is smothered the weather Bureau said it re okra and tomatoes we Are in required 93 minutes to reach the Seipt of a Fine photo of sgt Bilko height about 2 com feet higher than and pvt Doberman. Also a Book a balloon had ascended before on the history and development of officials said reception from the Oregon s weight mile tax by the balloons instruments was Excel editor of the port Umpqua Corn Lent up to 129,000 feet and then got Ier Bill Plummer. A spotty to Ley have lived in Chula since 1931 but have Farmed several places through the mid West and South four weeks after their wedding. The couple went to near Decatur. 111., and lived there until 1889 Fri two season they raised Cotton in Mississippi then returned to Illinois in 1897 they returned to and Farmed three years near Richmond followed by five year of farming in Iowa from Iowa they came to a farm North of Hale. Slaying there from 1 105 to 1909 and record height of 138.000 feet about before moving to Westphalia Kan 26 Miles weather Bureau officials disclosed today. Tile balloon soared into the sky from the Oakland Airport shortly for three years. Returning to this area they located near Sturgis then near Liberty Chapel before coming to Chillicothe. Before retiring to Chula in 1931. They spent five years near Hapeville in Linn county. Their children Are Roscoe Burchett of Higginsville. Grover Burchess Quot of Kansas City. Mis t Hughes. Mrs Shelby Boyd of red 5. Mrs. Madge Sullivan of Mooresville and mrs Bernotti Hall of Green River. Win Don us granted and such injunction Shal tissue without delay enjoining those respondents from obstructing or preventing by use of the National guard or otherwise the attendance of negro students at Little Rock High what can Faubus do by Way of Appeal one of his attorneys Kay Matthews said the exact procedure is not yet decided but that the Appeal probably will be directed to the eighth circuit court of appeals in st. Louis. That is the consensus among Legal authorities Here. However they said it might he possible under a rarely used method for Faubus to go directly to the u. S. Supreme court they said they believed he could approach a single supreme court Justice who on his own motion might Grunt i temporary suspension of Davies injunction does the injunction have any tor Emust Faubus obey it while an Appeal is pending lawyers Here said yes to that los Angeles sept 21 i i lie president of the National Confer Conti suied on Page 3

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