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PAGE 8-CHILLiCOTHE, MISSOURI-64601 CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, MONDAY, JUNE 23, 1980 Television programing -Today in history- onday lj/2'{ nday MADISON SQUARE GARDEN SPORTS-CABLE CHANNEL 3 Kastborne BMW Women's Tennis Championships Professional Boxing 7 00 p rn 7 30 p m \iu\im nn ' 'I \l ·· s 1 ( K l - s W I t s I , Hogai: s lleioes I'l Dot 'in Who ,) ' \a hv i l l * o n t i n Road , I .11 e ll.e M U S K V, i l d K i n g d o m '( I ' M M a g a / i n e I , A l l in 'lie l - a i o i l v 1 ' ( \ n o t h e i Volt e t i s.mlor d and Son nil ' ') 1 Hie i n a M i l l i o n I I i l l l e House on ihc I'l.ill ie . W K i d ' in ( mi H I M . i l l l'i M a i N e i l / L e h i el Repor i l I li l , i Dough I , o i n m a n d e i s . I ' l i v I M i k h v I ' l Kansas ( i l \ S l l ip .' Baseball 1' .lol-i l s W i l d 'i I bis ( i n c l i i i Dad nil I I n bbv Boom · M A ' S ' l l ·I I T B a s k e t b a l l I'l U o l d i - i s ol 'I MH I I ' l o i i n s l III . House ( a l l s nn i l.ou ( . l a l l l I I oin Snvdei :il l ' i A n l i i K l u a llesei I ol It e Sea of I,lie I I N e w s 10. Ml) I I '. 'I N e w s 1? I.asl ol t h I ' l Die k ( a \ e I I Inn \e.\ s i n :u JL \I'.C N e w - 1 ' l o i i l g h l i M o v i e | I 'I I ,i k e j ^ 'I M ' / V V l l I'l ( a p t i u n e d 1 1 Mo«. ie W i l d Roughl'. II I'.i nir, Hill in in i Bar nev M i d i i l l n n 'i \ll m lln I 1 ainiK I I M.ik. Me I mg)i \\.i~, ' Tolii e Woman 11 :u 'i Bob \i v b a r I I I \ o i l n 10 bv - ( ' Shop !_' nn I I oinoi i ov ·i M'.l \i v. I I W n - l l m g 'i I'.ai in \ M i l l i i u. :n "j Mov li AIII.I/JIII' ') J 'olu e V\ 0111,111 i nn I Ad, nn I.' 17 N e w s I I l f . i l I ' . d i o l I 111 17 Mm !«· I 1 l o i n I s l . i n l n i l O i d e i s lo K i l l ' "WJCTKH: Personal Property of the Late Mr. Mrs. H.T. Hutchens 1002 Harris Ave. TRENTON, MISSOURI Mrs. Harry (Goldie) Win, Route 1, Osborn, Missouri, Executrix Friday, June 27th, 1980 Sale Starts Promptly 1:00 P.M. Hmiscliold-Aiitiijiics-Misi-i'llaiieoiis General Klcclne relngeralor-lrecver, avacado. Tap pan gas laiige w i t h see thai oven, G e n e i a l Klectnc chesl type freo/.er, Bassetl :i piece bedroom s u i t e , pecan l i n i s h , l u l l / q u e e n si/e headboaid dike n e w ) . 4 piece w a l n u t bedroom s u i l e , d i o p l e a f , double pedeslal d i n i n g table, t chairs, round, pine dining table, leaves, '1 chairs, dropleaf (able, desk, Duncan I'hyle drum lablo, KCA console slerco, (ill albums, mostly C o u n t r y Western, RCA portable li VV TV, cornel ( A u s t r i a n ) , rechner-rocker, overstullcd reclmer c h a i r , maple end t a b l e , eclagon end table, lamps :i sel.s matching dresser, table, floor, hanging tree. K u i e k a sweeper a l l a e h m e n l s , iloover sliMmponer- poh.shei , sever ill nice, s m a l l electnc kitchen appliances, ulcnsils, pot.s pans, dishes. General lilec- I n c 7 band l a d i o . AM-FM r a d i o ; wall clocks, w a l l pla | m s , ironing board k i l c h e n slool. card t a b l e , TV t r a y s , linens, pillows throw bed, rugs, pictures, books pu//les, hair dryer , Chrislmas decorations. Singer t r e a d l e sewing machine ( w a l n u t I , cedai chesl. sleamer t r u n k , oak rocker, col, dressing m i r r o r , kerosene lamps; carnival glass, m i l k glass, pressed glass, h a n d p a i n l e d china, sail pepper shakers i c w e l r v , BIJJ Bon a l a r m clock, k r a u t c u l l e r s . I spew n t e r , adding machine, q u i l t lops pieces, laney w o i k I! lawn mowers ( 2 power, 1 p u s h ) , hand a n t i - que tools, cross cut saw, blow torch, eleclric m o t o r , a l u m i n u m extension l.uldei , a l u m i n u m slep laddei , main good l a w n garden tools, f i s h i n g e q u i p m e n t barbecue grill; porch swing, picnic ( a b l e , lawn chairs, l.irdineres, bird b a t h , garden hose, plus main olhei miscellaneous items M M ) A D D ADD I I HMS ( \ s l l ' XO'I I t l SI'ONSIIll I I ( I I I M I I l l l MS M i l 111 M . I U MOM.11 I M i l s l . r i l . l . D I o i l ' s \ l I' ( OMM ( i f f ) in I.OWKEY ItKOS. HKAI.TV AUCTION I an I ·till--licnliin. Mn I'himc I nlli'i I iMl.l IVI W. SI in «, Mikr I ii«ri-\ Hill IIIIIIVIM mil Krtin ll.uli \ H i M l l n i s .ni.l \ m l i n i i , , I ·, ItiMl I slulr I l i i i k r i s in M I S S I I I I I I ln».i \ K.HII.IS "Aurlion Means Action and We Guarantee S . i l i s f a i t i u n " Tl X I U ' I I l l l l l l l '. no J. 'i Kdge ot \ l g h l i Mi i v (iiiiim i One l J a \ M a 'I line 17 )· l l / i l s t o t i e s I'l I ' · I Oil I l ' ( l \ \ e | I I f i i l l i g . i n s I s l a n d ': III i l ( a l Mi ( o\s i Mov ie 'I hi- K i n ^ s I ' i r a l e ') I'ai li i(lf-'e F a i m l v 17 dilligiin s Island I I I oin and .!(·[ i v l nn i Bnn.in/.! I M i k e Douglas ') l l a p p v D i i v s A g a i n l'i O v e i Kasy I~i Mv 'I luce Sons I I Woodv Woodpec kei i :n 'i ( ami B u r n e t t and 1 i lends l'i I I l i e a m ol J i ' a i m i e I'l M i s t e r Rogers 11 Bugs B u n n v :. nn ' A d a m \1 I N e w s 'i Ml in the l - a m i l v I'l Sesame SI i eel 1 \ n d \ ( . r i l l i l h II I Di earn ol .leaninc " in J ' l A B f N e w s I N B C N e w s i CBS .\eus l'i I l.ove I , u v II Slai Trek K \ I M I I I I g i, nn J i 'i N e u s 1 ( ' l o s s W i t s 17 l l o g a n s Heroes l ' i Docloi Who i, :n J. 'I hat N a s h v i l l e Music I l-'ace t h e Music "i l-'amily Feud !l I ' M Maga/ine 17 Ml in the K i i n i K I'l V i c t o r v ( i a i d e n I I S.mlord and Son 7 . n n 1 'l l l a p p v Days ·I Baseball "i W h i l e Shadow 17 Baseball I I I Mac.N'eil/Lehrcr Report I I 'he T.u Dough 7 ' ill -'!* Lav-erne t Shirlev l'i Kansas Cily SI rip I I .lukei's W i l d H-llll 2 'i Three s Company a M o v i e "The Deleclion ol Snnas K t i d i r k a " I I I N o v a II .Movie "Thf Big Trees" X..HI 2-'l Taxi i l . O O 2 'I l l a r l lo H a r t I'l Seal eh lor Solutions 1 To Be Announced ·ll News 111.Illl ·. I Ti-'l News I 1 ) Dick Cavell ·II Inn News 2 ABC N'ews 4 Tonight .") Movie "Buck and Hie Preacher" 'I M ' . V S ' I I I'.l Captioned ABC News 17 Movie "The Straw hoi r Blonde" II Big Bi others Football (lame 2 Soap 'I All in Ihe Family H-.TI 2 Movie " F i v e on the Black I land Side" 11 · to ') Bub .N'euharl n.nn 4 I O H I O ! I O W !i ABC N e w s U.Jil 'l Soup At CENTURY 21 we're making things happen. ^^««4| me You Arc Inviird To Attend An 'u_r_; JLfjtfcl. Open House CASSITY, REALTORS FHIDAY, JUNE 27, 1980 2 p.m. lo 8 p.m. at our new offices 30:? S. WASHINGTON CHILLICOTHK, Mo. 64601 rii-FTtEsiivi-M'! S r n v r i ) We'll give our word to you. EACH OrriCF INOEPFNDENUY OWNED AND OPFRATFO .ui "i Movie 'Sidekicks" 17 Baseball ·41 Wood's Workshop 12.:,:, ') Mime Five on the Bl;uk Hand Side" 1:00 41 Kal Patrol 4 Adam-12 1:30 41 Best of Groucho 4 All night Weather 2:00 41 Movie-"The Big Trees" CHRISTIAN BROADCAST NETWORK CABLE CHANNEL CHANNEL 13 M O N D A Y Kvriimg ti '10 The '1 bird Story li. to W o r d s ol Hope 7. llli Rock C h u r c h K HI) 'I he 700 Club ')· to Rise and be Healed HI III) Festival ol Praise The Ross Bagley Show 'Il'KSDAY .Morning Courage for Crisis Living The Ross Bagley Show 7.1)1) Christ lor the World Festival of Praise x.on Dan Griffin x.:to The Chapel Hour The 700 Club ill..til Charisma Afternoon 11:00 The Hoss Bagley Show 12-liO New Hope 1:00 Oral Roberts I-30 At Home with the Bible 2:00 The 700 Club :t::to Transformed :i.-5« CBN Update News 4:00 Newsight '80 !.:!() The Hoss Bagley Show Evening ti.UO Puppet Tree Gang I::t0 Faith that Lives 7:00 Oral Roberts 7:30 Good News 8:00 The 700 Club 9:30 Faith 20 10:00 Today in Bible Prophecy 10:30 The Ross Bagley Show Keal Estate transfers IlKAI. KSTATK TUANSFEK ·i-lO-SO- Bess Niehaus to G a r r y M W a r e a n d w i f e -Part of Lots 6 7 Blk 11 Graves Leppers Addn, beg at SW Cor Lot 7, N 100', E 56'. N 100'. VV ."(;' to beg. :-!(-»() Thos. G. Otke and wile and Stanley Noah and wile lo Steven W. Spears, single-Lot 5, Blk 2 of Thos G Otke Addn .VHi-KO Getty Refining Marketing Co to Community Bank-Part of NW'.i 1-57-24 comm 407' S of NE Cor of Weed Curtis Addn for beg , E 107', S 253' W 107', N 253' to beg 5 l(i-80 Florence Mildred Vanlandmgham to Community Bank-Part of N W V , N W 1 , 9-57-2:t 5-lli-HO Community Bank to (Jetty Refining Marketing C o - P a r t o f N W ' i NW'/j !)-57-2:i 5 - i ' l - H O R o n a l d D e a n Stephens and wife to Ronald Dean Stephens and/or Jesse Stephens--All of SW 1 1 32-.")G-21 exc land in SE Cor of SW 1 , 5-1!) HO Maude J Trammel), .single to Jack Paustian and wife--Lots 6, 7, 8, Blk 6 (J T. Sampsel 5-19-80- Wallace E. Killeand w i f e t o J a m e s E . B a l d w i n -- L o t 4 of Page's Addn 5-10-80 James E Baldwin and w i f e lo Gilbert Higgle and wile--Lot 4 Page's Addn 5-20-80. Nick Anderson and w i l e to Neal Pepper and w i l e -- B l k 1 Conn's Southern Addn exc part of E side for street strip 35' long W side of lilk 5-20-HO Harry E Collier, single to Wanda Raney, Joan Hcrndon Betty Jeffries--AI! Lot 13 W'-j Lot 14 Blk 14, Ilighvicw Addn. 5-21-80: Charles A. Barnhill, single to John E. Bccchner and wile--Beg at NE Cor N W ' i 1H-57-25. S 1,04712', W d24", N . .047.12'. Efi24' to beg., cont. 15 A. m/l 5 - 2 1 - 8 0 - I I E l i z a b e t h T i b c r g h i e n , s i n g l e to H. Elizabeth Tiberghien and Betty Don Tiberghien--Lot 11 and VV'.. Lot 12 Blk 1 of Sunset Ills Addn 5-21-80 Ronald E Mc- Caslm, single to Wauwatosa Really Co -- Part of SE'/ 4 SE' i 21-58-24 Also referred to as Lot 13 Hamilton's Riverview Estates First Subdiv 5-21-80. Ray A. Berry Jr. and wife to Sylvia G Thompson- Beg at NE Cor of SE'j NE' i 24-58-24, S 1,280', W 363', S 120'. E 363'. N 120' to beg., cont I A. m/l 5-21-80- James II. Baker and wife to Citizens BT -- Beg. ti4.1 S and H.V W of NE Cor. 11-57-24, W 250', E 250' to W r/w lino Old No f5, N 250' to beg. 5-22-80: Marc Summers and wife to Thos. L. Ashbrook and wife -- Lot 16 Blk 2 Country Club West 5-2,5-80 · Everett H Stevenson, single and Willis P. Stevenson, single to Everett H Stevenson, Single--Undiv. '2 int in E 1 - SE'j and SE'i N E ' , 33-59-22; E'? SW'/i 32-59-22; NE' 4 SE'j 31-59-22; W'.. S R i , 32-50-22- \W_, SWi, 32-59-22, 20 A, Off N side of SW't SW'. 32- 59-22. 5-23-80- Roger L. Schoonover and wife to Richard C Mclntosh and wife-Beg. 32' S of NW Cor Lot 5 Blk 1 North Broadway Addn , S 44'. E 132.75 to W line of Alley, N 44', W to beg , being part of Lot 5 and N 36' Lot 6 of Blk 1 North Broadway Addn 5-23-80. John R. Edwards and wife and Charles C Edwards, single to Elmo G Burton and wife--7 A. m/l off N side NW'/i SW'Xi 18-56-23, W of Road (Correctron Deed) 5-27-80- Everett H. Stevenson, single and Willis P. Stevenson, srngle to Willis P Stevenson, single -- Undiv '2 int. in EW SE'.i and SE'i NE'/., 33-59-22, E', 2 SWUi 32-59-22, W',2 SE'/ 4 32-59-22; NE", SEV., 31-59-22, NW"., By The Associated Press Today is Monday, June 23, the 175th day of 1980. There are 191 days left in the year Today's highlight in history On June 23, 1967, President Lyndon Johnson and Soviet Premier Alexi Kosygm held a summit meeting on a college campus in Glassboro, N J On this date In 1683, William Penn signed a friendship treaty with Indians in the Pennsylvania region The agreement was kept faithfully by both sides for more than 00 years In 1974. Israel withdrew from the last remaining section of land captured from Syria during the October 1973 war Ten years ago, I s r a e l i Prime Minister Golda Meir re jected any proposal for a temporary ceasefire w i t h t h e Arabs S W ' , ,52-59-22 and 20 A off N Side Of SW'., SW' i 32-59-22 5 27-80- Arnold K Garrison and wile to William E Mayers and wife-Beg at SE Cor Lot 5. Blk 15 Hammonds Addn , W 67', N 19(5', E 07'. S 196' to beg r -2»-80- Hazel Yarbrough. single to Max C H a m i l t o n and wife-Lot 9, Blk 1 Sunset Hts Addn 5-28-80 Jerry D Souders and wife to Wm. R Brown and wife- Part Blk 69, 0 S., com on N side Wise St where it intersects E line Vine, N 68, E 116', S68' W 116' to beg 5-28-80 Douglas Pearson and wife to Gilbert L Cox and wife- Beg 757 7' N of SE Cor of W'.. 14-58-24, N 7552', W 346', S7552', E 346' to beg 5-29 80 N i n a B Foil?, widow, to Dorothy Singer and Ralph W. Foftz--Lot 2 Blk 3 Broadway Manor Addn 5-30-80. Robt. E. Pepper and wife to Leland Reeter and w i f e -- N W ' i of N ' j Blk 6 O.S. des. as beg. at NW Cor Blk (i OS , S859', E 114', N 959'. W to beg 5-30-80. Eldndge Jamison and wife to Robt. B. Stout and wife-Part of S'- SW', SW , 16-57-25 5-21-80- Sheriff O'Dell to Brass Bull, Inc to James H Baker--Beg 643' S and 85' W of NE Cor 11-57-24. W 250', S 250', E 250' to W r/w line Old U.S. #65, N 250' to beg 5-30-80: Fred K Simmer, Tr. for Davy Lee Walker and wife to Chillrcothe State Bank W ' 2 L o t s 6 7 Blk2'JO.S. F i v e y e a r s a g o t h e Supreme Court postponed am re-examination of its 1972 ruling that capital punishment was unconstitutional Last year, President Carter flew to Tokyo for an economic s u m m i t o 1 seven industrialized nal'ons Todav s b i r t h d a v s Former Seeieta'r v ol State W i l l i a m Ro geis is t)7 Film and stage di r e c t o r ami chortographer Bob Fosse Is j i IRELAND BROTHERS LIVESTOCK MARKET, INC. TRENTON, MISSOURI 816-359-5912 THURSDAY, JUNE 26 «:00 I»..M. Selling all Breeds of IJair, · \ - i , h e s to buyers from Iowa, Minnesota. Kansas. A r k a n s a s i Missouri so consign your cattle to the fastest g r o w i n g U.nn, ( .I'tle Auction in the state, oy calling Dick i r j "i"!7 01 Larir.v 073-6717 TRENTON, fAlSSOURI SAT. Sale starts Promptly 1:00 P.M. \ntiqucs-liouseluilil-M.si i M.iin-ous Oak china cabinet, glass t r o u t i S K ' I S ^ s h e l v e s i h i f - farobe, curio cabinet c l i n p K . i i t a b l e s m a l l f o l d i n g table, kitchen clock, table leg l l o w c r si.mil w n \ e t i p i c - nic basket Germain c u c k o o clock .unbci kerosene lamp with handpamted rose h.ise m i n o r s t a n d i n g coat rack, w a l n u t ICMII sl.mri l o l l u i i u n ol Approximately 200 m i n i a t u r e dogs, posi c a i i K o l l e c l i o n fancy work, match sate, haiuip.unted i hin.i depression glass- cherrj p a t t e r n b u t t e r di-l' p"ik bov.is s e v e i a l pieces blue w i l l o w . c a r n i v a l ' l i - i i m a i K e i l N sou\"nn plates, Roseville vase b l u e s t o i i e w a r e p i t c : h ( i . Ml planter, blue f i u i i jars e l e c t n i r a n g i w a l n u t 'piece bedroom suite, table- w i t h i, m.iU hmg ( i ' a i i s . buflet 2 piece bedroom s u i t e , m e t a l bed 2 hide-a-beds Kroehler d i v a n , elec-ti it lord organ X e n i t h B W T V 2 rocker rechners, stuffed i ock( i ( l i e s 1 end tables lamps including m a t c h i n g Imhnai! p i c t u r e s frames Kirby upright sweeper w i t h a t t a c h m e n t s 2 clock radios, kitchen .stool, u a l l p l a q u e s l · edar jewelr\ boxes, linens, 2 sets stainless sl"el s i l v e r w a r e set Melmame dishes, electric mixci i b o w l s p o t s p j n s , kitchen utensils s t a n d i n g h a i r m \ e i 7 w o \ e n baskets; h a m p e r , m e t a l shc'f i i n m n g board. Christmas tree decorations. i i K t a l l a w n c h a ' r s . m a i l box, plus other miscellaneous items T K H M S ( VSII' S O I I I I s l ' O N s l l l l I I ( 1 1 1 \l I I I I ! MS , K I - M O V 1 II 1 N 1 I I si 1 I I I l i K i l l - I'l'l- 1'IH', s\l I ( U S D ! 1 II ! LOWRE* BHOS. UK M 1 Y ir.lll K '(III -- I m i l o n Mn Man Miki- I imm Kill KIIII l t ( , l l l , l l s 111(1 UK I I M H t I s Ul'jl Iv-l.lti K l u k M - III M l » . M i i i l.m , i. K i n . i v "Auction Means Action d'ld We G u a r a n l r c S a t i s f a i t i o n " H ( TION I'l ..... i ( ullci I H , il Ki \ in ll.uli % to ss it otfr you 9 e * ° -^K^ fc rsssss2SSs __., ,«-"""*·' " I'll ««· ·'·I:. «o«ciol 0"« r -

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