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Columbia Missourian Newspaper (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Columbia, Missouri The morning record Page 2�?Columbia to missourian saturday oct. 10, 1970 accidents weather police report a car driven by Patricia Anna Lurman. .1.1. Of 17,21 Vanti or i Quot be. The Urmia hit a Par acc be it Rea r a 2k-f b a Aven fur Impi Ine Norri of Ca Driver. Men in Bro n c h. I trea rav k oct of. T with a to. Alien or universe v Wii cd by Wilfred of Nunz Gary Nii Iii St. Von by Cliffard 6. Of 7505 struck tote a Quot driven by n men san. 40, of a n drive at a 7a and Tandy a was a carries. And a wifi foil of a a. 2 i. Of 103. Was aran a charge be u imprudent car coiled. In n a car e a Harreld a a in Effiee drive a a a Hoad and it a. Hawkins. Hice re. A a he ear. And released Foster. 5 3a ammo Ned prime an improper t in a collision riven by George y. 17, of 1615 a of. A car driven by mrs. Gloria tune Paley. To. Of 1305 West a s. Collided with a truck driven by George m. Lloyd 27. Of 2uf Sarazen drive As mrs. Ealey was backing from a parking meter. Clifford Leroy Graves 64, of 3505 Whymeyer drive was summoned Friday for careless and imprudent driving and following too closely after he collided with a car driven by William h. Stephenson 46, of 2618 White Gate drive. City health inspections made this week by the City health department sanitarians. Excellent a up to 10 demerits Good a 11 to 20 demerits questionable a 21 to 40 demerits it requires re inspection. Glenview drug a 10 Casa de Montez a 20 sir sir Loiner a 6 Taco Bell a 16. Pm Art Grill was re inspected and passed. Barnett s sundries. 1 Airport cafe. 6 House of Sun 48 permit suspended Alfie s 12. House of Sun was re inspected. Passed and a new permit was issued. Highway patrol William Charles Mcpheeters 2 5columbia received minor injuries at 11 20 . Friday when the car he was driving ran off route k about 4 Miles South of route w. Mcpheeters was arrested on a charge of careless driving. Sheriffs report John Roger Kissinger. 23, route 7, was arrested thursday on a charge of driving while intoxicated. S250 Bond was posted. James King prior. 2 6. Woodstock trailer court was arrested thursday on a charge of driving while intoxicated. $250 Bond was posted. Paper missing Call 442-3161 by 9 . For special delivery Columbia missourian published every a Nornon except monday and Days Ocllo Wlna Holiday by the min a ourian publishing assn., inc., 3j1 South ninth St., Columbia to. 6520. 2nd class postage paid at Columbia. To subscription rates by car Kikku 1 month 2.00 year. 24.00 by Maii a a in Boone and adjoining counties 1 year. 17.00 a month Lead than 6 month��?51.75 a to. Single copies Waler Day. 10 cent sunday. .20 cents elsewhere by mail 1 year .24 00 6 Docttu. 14.00 single copies sunday by mail. 33 cents Dally .23 cents items marked a Are used on the authority of the associated press those marked up Are used on the authority of United press International those accredited to the new York times Are used on the authority of the new York times news service. The missourian receives All such services by leased Telegraph wires. All departments telephone�?142-21 cd advertising repro so natives National advertising services Missouri pres service. Inc. 63201 helium was first discovered in the spectrum of the Sun. Columbia and Vicinity partly Cloudy today. Fair to partly Cloudy tonight and sunday. High today in the 50s. Low tonight in the 40s. High sunday around 60. Precipitation probabilities 5 per cent today tonight and sunday. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 50 49 48 48 46 46 47 46 46 47 47 46 . . 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 44 45 43 44 43 43 43 42 42 41 40 39 temperature at Columbia since 18911 highest 91 Iri 1893 lowest 21 in 1895. One year ago yesterday highest 78 lowest 55. Sunrise tomorrow 7 14 . Sunset 6 39 . Date. .18 this year to Date 38.78 last year to Date 39.60 Normal this year to Date 30.69 relative humidity 10 . 75 3 precipitation last 24 hours to Midnight Trace this month to Date .85 Normal this month to Date 1.08 same month last year to the hospitals University Hospital from Boone county among 30 admitted thursday mrs. Marie Greene 213 Brewer drive mrs. Dorothy Schrader. Centralia mrs. Margaret Ware 209 West Ash St mrs. Lynne Scroggins route 6 Stephen Raughn 3702 Wayside drive Edward Braga 1021 Queen Ann drive mrs. Laura Hall 1006 Madison ave. Among 40 discharged thursday James Logan route 3 John Melvin 808 Washington ave mrs. Dorothy Lutz. 1100 Coats St mrs. Lynne Scroggins. Route 6 Merle Downing. Route 7 baby girl Beck 1704 Sylvan Lane. Of a Boulevard Slop violation after the car he was driving collided with a car driven by Gary Lee Snow 18, of 503 Kentucky ave. At stadium Boulevard and Ash Street. John Clifford Nelson 49, of 3517 Weymeyer drive was charged with careless and in Boone county Hospital admitted thursday. Miss Stephanie l. Nichols 108 West Broadway mrs. Sandra l. Thomas route 7 Robert. Lowrey 138 Shady Lake East Jack Brown 1202 North eighth St. Discharged thursday Amy m. Putnam route 5 Lewis b. Sutter. 914 North eighth St. Miss Martha e. Foreman route 8 mrs. Mattie Barton 108 Hubbel drive Vincel Brooks 113 North eighth St. Mrs. Louise g. Griffitts 301 Alexander ave Fred p. Ket Terer route 8 John r. Kissinger route 7 Milton m. Purdy 15 Austin ave. Raymond e. Robinson. 503 Manor drive o. G. Mccory Centralia mrs. Ella p. Seiler Sturgeon mrs. Anliza Hunt 1111 grand ave. William v. Hobson. 2504 West Broadway. Admitted Friday Fred e. Meadows Centralia Lester l. Lewis. Harrisburg William o. Watson route 5 mrs. Dora a. Andrews 506 Jackson St mrs. Linda m. Maupin 32 Al Rancho trailer court Kenneth m. Wade Centralia. Mrs. Batty r. Mckinney. Fullon mrs. Mxrtle m. Cooper. Franklin mrs. One m. Faux Jet. Macon Mark b. Thoma. Boo mlle mrs. Sophie t. F. Piece Blackwater mrs. March a. Kun. Sweet spline Robert a. Irmin Moberly Jesse g. Gentry Moberly Jack e. Threlkeld. Moberly Billie g. Duncan. Mexico mrs. Cheryl. Baslow. Boonville mrs. Edith v. Howard Moberly. Discharged Friday Wayne Ballance 705 Broadhead St. Mrs. Rebecca Dieckmann and son 510 Bourn ave. Fred Hall route 1 Luther a. Hartley 704 King ave. Mrs. Rhonda k. Hudson and son 1210 East Walnut St. Mrs. Terry Hunt and son 106 East Al Cortez drive Jerry l. Livingston 1942 Jackson St. Mrs. Barbara Martin and daughter 300 Clinkscalis re. Mrs. Diane m. Matney and son 1002 Fay St. Ernest Maupin Hallsville mrs. Mary Quick 700 North Garth ave. Baby girl Ratliff. 1711 Doris drive Mack m. Roberts 1503 West Ash St. Mrs. Pauline d. Heinberg 109 West Parkway mrs. Jessie t. Henry 101 Garth ave. Mrs. Betty Jackson Crescent Meadows trailer court mrs. Freda Scott can Thalia mrs. Clara l. Swarthwood 104 East Stewart re. Can this 3. Anderson. Fayette Kenneth w Bonville Belleville. 111. Judith a. Daniel. Btu Triue Nicholas Bays Monroe City mrs. Myrtle lives a. Paris to. Ralph Mlikan Bellflower Baymond s. Newman Mexico. mis. Flossie a. Overfelt Moberly mrs. Florence e. Popp Boonville i Carolyn k. Purdy. Boonville Earl m. Baker. Kirksville Robert j. Bliesath. Jefferson City mrs. Eden m. Deal. Malta Bend mrs. Vivian p. Harlan. Huntsville Yousef Hazimeh. Amman Jordan mrs. Debbie a. Kendricks Montgomery City Harmon minks Salisbury Frank Morris. Drexel mrs. Alice r. Wendleton Boonville Mark j. Kielius Boonville. George Allan Gregory 17. Of 1615 University ave was summoned for improper backing after the car he was driving backed into a car driven by Ruth Kathleen Nichols 49, of 1218 Bradshaw ave., on Broadway at ninth St. John r. Kissinger 23. Rome 7, was summoned for driving while intoxicated after his car struck a Telephone pole on Highway 63 Nonh near colonel s court trailer court. A 15-year-old Hoy was arrested by Columbia police Friday on a charge of Possession of marijuana. He was turned Over the the 13th District judicial juvenile officer. Police Are still investigating. Barbara Jean Hines. 44. Of 1105 Lakeside drive was issued a Friday behaving an expired and failure to obtain a City License. James King prior. 2 h. Woodstock trailer Cou a. A As summoned Friday on Era its of speeding running a s of sign and driving while intoxicated. He is scheduled to appear in court thursday. Henry Bell. 58. Mexico was arrested thursday on a charge of shoplifting at Nowell s United super Market West Boulevard and Worley Street. He posted si00 Bond. Doyle Hunter Jay. 52. S. Louis was arrested at 2 50 . Thursday on a charge of being drunk in Public View at the greyhound bus depot. Tenth and Locust streets. Thomas p. Long. 1 4 1 Cramer Hall reported his car broken into at 4 . Friday while parked at Hitt and Porter streets. A stereo tape player was missing. Michael Eddie Pettis. 26. Of 604 South Washington ave., hit a Light pole at Broadway and College ave. Magistrate court fined n. Scott Miller 49. Route 4, $100 Raymond Vernon Dawley 29 of 509 Pennant St., $100 Scott Louis Miller 19, Jefferson City 5150 All for driving while intoxicated. James l. Hurst., 47, pcs Peres $100 Patricia Talbot 21, of 340b Johnston Hall $20 Dorothy Mae Meyer 28. Boonville $15 All for speeding. Marvin Kay 23, 703 Missouri ave., $10, passing in the face of approaching traffic. Vicki Kay Calloway 20, 47 Mobil Village $20. Failure to yield the right of Way. Mildred Louise Crews. 34, 300 Mcbaine ave., $15, permitting another person to display her operators License. Sharon Ann Hanning. 26. 100 East Al Cortez $5, expired operators License. Neta to Smith 33, 910 Chestnut St., $5, driving without an operator s License. John Wilson who Ray. 25, Sturgeon $5. Using an out of state Drivers License. Mark Francisco Quintero 23. It. Leonard Wood $5, driving without an operator s License. Dennis Wayne Sapp. 19. Hartsburg $5. Not validated to operate a motorcycle. Dale Francis Whitte 23. 113 West Al Cortez. $5. Expired state vehicle License. Jerald Ernest Davidson. 50, Benton City. $25, passing through a marked intersection. Estil Frank Oswald. 21, Blackwater. $100. Careless and reckless driving. Dennis Wayne Ratliff. 21. 710 College ave. $100. Careless and reckless driving. John Henry Allen jr., 29, route 4, $5, failure to Stop for a Stop sign. Michael Ray Stanley 25. Route 3, $25. Failure to keep right resulting in an Accident. John Wilbur Fagan. 27, route 5. $5. Using unauthorized License plates. Karen Ann Boatman 20, Crest Vale Tryr. Ct., $5, driving without an operators License. Wesley c. Astroth 24, 2600 East Broadway $15. Failure to give a signal for passing. Kenneth Leroy Arnold. 51. Kansas City $15, passing on a Hill and s5. For driving with an expired Drivers License. Forfeited Bond Dennis Gerald Lafaire 17, Chicago. $50. Speeding. Sentenced James Otis Malone. 39, 601 North Ann St., to 15 Days in the county jail for driving while his License was under revocation. Marriage applications Noah Medice Schwartz 21. And Mattie Samuel Burkhalder 21, both of Columbia. Doaty Eis mrs. Gladys Patton mrs. Thomas Patton 59. Of Centralia. Died Early Friday at Boone county Hospital after a Brief illness. Mrs. Patton the former Gladys Ward was born nov. 29. 1910 in Howard county to William and Minnie Boyles Ward. She married Thomas Patton aug. 16. 1936. In audrain county. Mrs. Patton was a member of the first Baptist Church of Centralia. Survivors include her husband one daughter mrs. Richard Lewis two sons. Lan Nie Patton and Thomas w. Patton or. Four grandchildren her father William Ward All of Centralia a brother g. W. Ward. Ruskin Heights a sister mrs. Curtis Smith. Mexico to. Services will be conducted a 2 . Sunday at the first Baptist Church. Centralia. By the Rev. Howard White. Burial will be in Glendale memorial Cardens. The family will receive for d from 7 to 9 . Today a be Kenton funeral Chapel. Mrs. Julia Harris a amps lacks real sense of Mission Yanders believes or. James f. Hennig or. Ellis Rottmann or. Julia Harris. 82. Of Rou ? t. Died thursday night at a he University medical Ltd rfcs after a lengthy illness. She was born Jan. 25, 1888 in Boone county to Woodson and Harriet Warren. She was a member of the log Providence missionary Baptist Church and the Elkhurst ext a Ion club. Survivors include a daughter mrs. Sarah Barnett Chicago three sons. We Oodson Harris and Walter Harris jr., of route 1. Charles Harris California. To two Sisters mrs. Hortense Hughes 311 Duncan St miss Barbara Warren. St. Paul Minn. And numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. William a. Givens at 2 . Monday at the log Providence missionary Baptist Church. Burial will follow in the Church cemetery. Friends May Call after 4 . Today at the Stuart Parker funeral Home. Mrs. Augusta Wheeler mrs. Augusta Gertrude Wheeler. 90, died at 6 . Thursday at her daughters Home in Harrisburg. Mrs. Wheeler was born on oct. 24, 1880, in Centralia to Benjamin Franklin Steward and Sarah Margaret Jackson Steward. She was married to Fred h. Wheeler on dec. 18, 1397. Mrs. Wheeler lived in Centralia 25 years but moved to her daughter s Home in Harrisburg in 1966. She is survived by three children miss May Haney Wheeler Moberly mrs. Margaret Josephine Bottino Harrisburg and Fred Wheeler jr., Pensacola Fla. Two Brothers Lewis Steward Dangola Iii Lee Steward West Frankfort. Ill a sister mrs. Cora Moore West Frankfort. Ill 18 grandchildren. 10 great grandchildren one great great grandchild and several Nice is and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 . Sunday at the million. Greer amp Comstock funeral Home in Moberly by the Merlin Shively. Burial will he in Higbee cemetery Higbee. To. Pallbearers will be Larry Lacy. David Lacy the Rev. Howard Wheeler Bill Dixon Robert Dixon Manning Heflin. Hubert Buzz Harris and Charles Vacanti. Henry Long Henry Long. 58, it. Vernon died wednesday. He was a Long time resident of Ashland. Or. In no was born May 25, 1912, in Elmo. To. To Marsena Jay and Mary Escamilla Long. He retired from the . Navy in 1952. He is survived by a son Douglas with the . Navy in Guam five daughters mrs. Jimmy Calvin Hartsburg miss Grace Jewell Long. Miss Marv Lee Long. Miss Velma Mae Long and miss Lois Anita Long All of it. Vernon. Four Sisters two Brothers and five grandchildren also survive him. The funeral will be held 2 . Today at Burnett funeral be the new Liberty Church cemetery Southwest of Ashland. Circuit court Navajo freight lines inc., Kansas City filed a $5,381.47 suit wednesday against or. And mrs. N. H. Strawn route 4, for damages to a tractor-tr3iler and cargo in an Accident aug. 19, 1969 on 1-70 near the Hinkson Creek Bridge. Or. /. F. Hennig to Lead Lay evangelism workshop the Rev. Janies f. Hennig. St. Louis will head a Lay evangelism workshop today and sunday at Trinity lutheran Church. Bourn Avenue and West Rollins Road about 150 representatives from 15 lutheran congregations in Columbia and Jefferson City will attend. Registration starts at 8 30 this morning. Sunday s program will open at 9 . On both afternoons workshop participants will conduct a Survey to learn of the religious convictions of Columbia citizens. Or. Hennig. Counselor for the North St. Louis county Florissant circuit and former chairman of the Missouri District evangelism Board will be assisted by the Rev. Ellis Rottmann. Cape Girardeau and the Rev. Ervin Junkans. Jefferson City. Or. Delmar Hatesohl and Harry Hirschman. Both of Trinity lutheran will represent the local group. Noon meals will be served by the Vesper Guild and the Mary Martha Guild of the Church. Lack of a appropriate sense of Mission is the major problem facing the College of arts and science Dean Armon f. Yanders told a special meeting of the a amps faculty Friday afternoon in the a amps auditorium. Yanders said two factors creating problems in the co Liege were erosion of Trust and Confidence among students faculty and the administration and Lack of a Clear consensus of the role each of these groups should play in the operation of the University. He suggested that faculty members turn their attention to Campus problems rather than to those in society by parents Sei new form of theater Libr Ary Board okays �?T71-72 budget increase a the proposed 1971 budget makes All too evident that the Daniel Boone Library has reached a financial plateau where increased costs will far outstrip increased income from the Levels upon which the Library is now dependent a Gene Martin head librarian said Friday afternoon. The new budget totalling $467,273, an increase of $44,915 Over the 1969-70 budget was approved unanimously at a Board meeting thursday night at the Columbia Public Library. According to the report the new budget will permit the Library to maintain its present program with no major expansion of services beyond Queen crowned in Centralia by Claire Gillespie missourian staff writer Centralia miss Toni Campbell Junior was crowned Homecoming Queen of Centralia High school during halftime activities in the Centralia North Callaway football game Friday night. Miss Campbell was among five finalists announced thursday night at a Bonfire which began Homecoming activities. The other finalists were miss March Adams miss Karen Hoke. Miss Deanna Houston and miss Marlene Jones. Friday afternoon crowds braved Cool temperatures and Light rain to watch the Homecoming Parade. The senior class won first prize in the float Competition. Its float featured a Large Black Skunk with the theme a Well Skunk other participants in the Parade were the Centralia High school band. Middle school band and Homecoming Queen finalists. Homecoming activities will conclude with a Homecoming dance tonight in the Centralia High school cafeteria with music by the comic Book society. Continued from Page 1 scene a Weaver explained. A that is the major difference Between a transition and a the first half of the performance was pre written. It involved two or More students using the same dialog but placing it in different situations. Their task which they did Well was to create for the audience an entirely different scene with dialog they just had heard in a previous scene. The scenes As Weaver explained to the audience before the skits were commentaries on contemporary american life. The actors portrayed life Situa a Verthe 1970 budget. The toted tons involving students Blacks increase of $44.278 in this area Fex a Quot a other issues americans includes $24.800 in salaries for Lane daily. These scenes particularly the interactions Between Black and White were Well done. Twice a Black actress took a position. Above the audience and away the pay increases exceed $300 from the Center of action to per individual per year. An present a Mono log. The poems exception was an annual $800 she chose exemplified the recommended bless the Blacks were having in a Quot Quot Quot Quot the skit situations and real life. One particularly interesting those which naturally evolve through the acquisition of More space in the new building. Salaries and wages constitute the largest increase five new staff members in 1971 and $19,478 for pay increases for the present staff. In Only three instances do by the Board. Other increased items Are insurance utilities travel funds and Bookmobile expense most of which Are due to anticipated costs in the new Headquarters building. A decrease of $4,850 in sex scene was traditional with participation. While the rest of the cast set in a Circle facing the audience and singing the song a touch me feel me a three Black members went Pendi Tures for books and through the audience touching. Hands with the people. The scene became All too real and indicative of our times when one Man refused to touch a Black girl. The theater in the round concept is new to Columbia College and Weaver Hopes to make it a your place in the the group is building a portable altered such As Cost of opera platform which it Hopes to use lion and staff wage in to take productions to area High creases a Martin Saia a but schools and colleges there is one variable Factor we All of the students involved can change that is books and Are hard workers Weaver said _ and few of them have had any the Library will strive to previous drama training protect this essential item so a a they re More dedicated than that it will stay As High As any group of people in be Ever possible he added. Worked with a he said. Materials leads the items that have been Cut in the new budget. Others Are supplies contingency fund furniture miscellaneous operations. No amount is budgeted for the replacement fund. A a Library like any other institution has a set of expenditures that cannot be reaffirming commitments to students reassessing courses and programs within the personal goals. A i am distressed by attitudes of defeat rather than defeat itself a Dean Yanders said. He urged his faculty to make a commitment based on Mutual Trust and Confidence to each other to the College of arts and science and to the University. A state of the College october 1970 a Progress problems and Promise was the topic of Yanders address. The Dean said the books he found most helpful in interpreting and living with Campus events of the past month were a Point of View by president Edward levee of the University of Chicago and a malice i n wonderland Quot and a through the looking Glass by Lewis Carroll. City court fined Lonnie Broers 23. Of 103 stadium blvd. Apt. 316, $25, Stop sign violation. Lois Harrison 29, of 2603 Quail drive $25, careless and imprudent driving. Carl Kintner. 22, Steven Dave drive $25, no City License. Deborah Elaine Boody 2210 Whitegate drive $5 with stayed sentence trespassing. Hershel Price jr., 24, route 8. $50 with five Day stayed sentence speeding. Robert Truman 39, Fulton $25, careless and imprudent driving. Allen House ii 19, 19 colonel s court $15, no City License. Tony Davis. 23, Verona mo., $25 Bond forfeited for failure to appear in court on Stop sign violation. Ralph Brown 5 Days Public drunkenness oct. 1 jail sentence revoked. Doyle Jay 52, St. Louis five Days with stayed sentence Public drunkenness. Terry Ellis 28, 414 West Ash St., $25 and 15 Days with stayed sentence stealing. James Tedlock 20, of 2400 West Broadway $25 and 15 Day stayed sentence malicious mischief. Sultan Salour 20, 21 Stafford Hall $25 and 15 Day stayed sentence malicious mischief. Hearings Ray William Tremaine 48, of 1908 Vandiver drive found guilty of abandoning vehicle for More than 72 hours fined $10. T Steven Kruger found guilty of driving on shoulder of Road. Sentenced delayed until dec. 3. Hearings set Elliot Farmer 24, of 504 Williamsburg on the Green hearing set for oct. 13. The whale shark one of the largest living mammals has Teeth Only one eighth Inch Long and lives on Plankton. Devine Matthews inaugurated into Academy of Squires 4100�?T the term a sword Side Quot of the family stems from the German and Means the father s Side. Jefferson cd t y a University football coach Dan Devine and Jack Matthews former University Dean of students were among 11 missourians inaugurated Friday into the Missouri Academy of Squires in a luncheon at the executive mansion. The organization now within one of its maximum membership of 100, was set up by the late gov. James t. Blair or. To Honor missourians who have had great accomplishments in their communities state or nation. Other new members elected Charles l. Bacon Kansas City american legion executive h. Roe Bartle former Kansas City mayor and a boy scout executive g. Duncan Bauman editor and publisher of the St. Louis Globe demo crat a. J. Drinkwater jr., a Charleston Community Leader . Rep. Richard h. Ichord Houston or. Earle b. Jewell Forsyth author pastor and mediator Lewis m. Means Fayette military and civic Leader Jack Stapleton sr., publisher and chairman of the state Highway commission and Elliott h. Stein St. Louis Community Leader. Butcher asks Spiva to debate by Michael Vogan missourian staff writer Jim Butcher Republican candidate for presiding judge of the Boone county court said Friday he was challenging his opponent Bob Spiva to a debate preferably to be aired on television. Butcher said Quot i am daring him to face the issues in front of the voters of Boone county and make him show where he Butcher said he had not yet informed Spiva of the Challenge. Speaking at the noon luncheon meeting of the pachyderms club in the Tiger hotel Butcher accused democratic candidates for the county court of Side stepping issues. A their platform takes Little position on the issues. There is no Clear Cut stand on anything. They re Only inter e s t e d in perpetuating themselves and their cronies in Butcher said he would be willing to meet Spiva anywhere anytime but added the most Lickly place for the debate would be on to. A a he then said he would pay half the Cost if necessary a was Many times As it would be necessary to tie him Down to these Butcher expressed fear that if a democratic majority won seats on the court the voters would be unable to pin them Down to definite stands on zoning juvenile rehabilitation or any scheduled meetings major issues. A i would merely like to see them take a stand the voters can hold them to after Jan. L. They re backing Down on previous stands now that they be begun their Rural a Butcher said the present Campaign of the democratic candidates consisted of a an Effort to spread rumours about republicans stands on the key one Issue responsible for much of the controversy is the proposal to have scheduled meetings of the county court instead of the 8 to 4. Every Day. Open door policy now in practice says Butcher. Many of Boone county a Rural voters Sec ready Access to their county court As a fundamental right while others hold it As inefficient and confusing he said. Butcher and other Republican candidates Back the new scheduled meeting system. Turner Vemer and Larry Mead running for Northern and Southern District judges respectively have both stated support for the plan. _ 9 democratic candidates for the most part have said they would support the plan if it is what the voters want. However those candidates and their supporters have said they do not want the county court to become a part time Job Butcher says

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