Clipped From The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune

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PAGE U-CHILL.COTHE, MISSOURI-MMI Seven marriages dissolved in circuit court law day session Livingston County Circuit Court Judge James Stubbs presided over a docket of 52 cases in Law Day this week, dissolving seven marriages, acting on one speeding case, two reciprocal support cases and imposed a temporary injunction in three cases. Thirty-five cases were con- tipued to later dates. Court Cases In the dissolution of marriage case of Marcia R. Brown vs. Leonard L. Brown, the respondent was ordered to pay the petitioner the sum of $3,000, to include $500 for costs imposed in prosecuting the case. No minor children were involved in the case. In the dissolution of mar- Nursing home fire riage case of Betty Ann Gibson vs. Berlyn Ray Gibson, court ordered that the marriage be d^Jved, and be taxed to the petitioner. minor children were involved in the case. In the dissolution of marriage case of Joan Elaine Pauley vs. James Andrew Pauley, the court ordered the marriage be dissolved, and to divide the costs between the petitioner and the respondent. No minor children were involved in the case. In the reciprocal support case of lona Joy Richter Phillip David Walker, the court ordered that the respondent owes support to the petitioner of $20 per week for minor child. Pleadings on case were to be forwarded district court in Ottumwa,

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  1. The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune,
  2. 10 Oct 1980, Fri,
  3. Page 12

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