The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on June 27, 1980 · Page 12
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 12

Chillicothe, Missouri
Issue Date:
Friday, June 27, 1980
Page 12
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PAGE 12-CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-64401 Fines total $1,828 in 46 case Division 2 Circuit Court docket CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, IfjO M A T C O M A T C O M A T C O MATCO M A T C O M A T C O M A T C O Associdte Circuit Judge Barbara Lame presided over a docket of 46 cases in Division II court this week, assessing finis of $1 828 and sentenced a Male man lo serve three days in the Livingston County jail ( heck ( ases J o e ( a m p b e ) l Hale was ar raigned on a charge of passing had checks Me ( r i l e red a plea of guilty and the court after hearing !h m a t t e r sentenced hirr lo JO days in jail The defendant was ordered to serve three days of the sentence beginning at 5 p m June n with the balance of the days being suspended (ampbell was placed on two eais probation on the pro- misi t h a t he make restitution for I he bad ( h e c k s ( amphcll made par! pay mi nt and was given a i week si.i\ of ( x c c u l i o n to p.iv Ihi tiilan« M a r I. J e f h r s o n Hogaid uas arraigned on a thargi of passing bad c h e c k s and (literal .1 pli ,1 of guilty I he com I alter hearing the m a i l e r sinlenu d her lo three in the Livingston C o u n t y |.nl suspended Ine term and she u a s placid on one years probation Ms KHcrson made reslilu lion lor lh( checks on tin day of com I and was given a ! t t e i k Slav of e x e c u t i o n to pas the balance due A r l e n e \ C l e v e l a n d Brooklield u is irraigncd on a charge ol passing bad (hecks l o u h i e h s h e enlered a plea of guilty She was fined $5(1 and $ i i couil costs and ordered lo make restitution Marv Mew art RH) 1 was arraigned on a ehai ge of pass ing bad checks to which she enlered a plea ol guilty She was fined $50 and $28 50 court costs Ms Stewart made restitu tion on the day of court and was given a 2 week stay of ex t'culiqn to pay the fine and court "costs Jirnrnie Hay Iipton Hum phn ys was arraigned on a charge of passing bad checks to which hi entered a plea of guilty I ipton was fined 550 assess (d court (osls of $21 and was ordered by Judge Lame to make restitution Michael Marold Lollar 101 Washington pleaded guilty pursuant lo a plea agreement on an arm ndcd charge of ex ccssivc blood alcohol content flu court assessed Lollar $150 in fines and $24 court ( O S l S I rial Dates Set Judge Lame set July trial dales for ttiiee cases ( arl Singh ton W i l l i a m s Street was arraigned on a charge of passing bad checks In winch he entered a plea of nol guillv I he m a i l e r was set for trial on July Id James h Depler Chula was airargned on a charge of passing bad checks and n qucslcd time to consult an at torm y The m a t t e r will be heard on July Id Hick Malcom Lyon HI' I) 2 was arraigned on a misde meanor charge of assault Ird degr ee after appearing volun lanly in court Lyon enleted a plea of not guilty and the matter will be heard in court on July 1( Traffic Cases Thirty seven of the cases heard by Judge I ame were traffic related C h a r l e s [ - i n c h W a r d --news notes-- Continued Prom Page I Club stqgette There will be a stagette at the Chillicothe Country club Monday evening beginning at 6 30 Community Homebuilders The Community Homebuilders Extension club will hold a family picnic Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock at the home of Mr and Mrs George Seiberling Flat River visitors Carroll Geng and daughter, Mary Ann, of Flat River, visited Tuesday evening with Mr and Mrs Robert Carroll of Chillicothe The Gengs were here for the funeral of Mrs Florence Hamilton Deaths And Funerals Mary J. Burnett Mary J Burnelt 73, Cowgill, died Thursday at the North Kansas City hospital She was born May 16, 1907, daughter of Joe Nixon and Myr tie Birdwell Nixon Her survivors include her husband, Elmer, of the home at Cowgill, three sons, Raymond, Independence, Chuck, Liberty, and Eddie, Liberty seven grandchildren and a great-grandchild Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 1 30 at the Cowgill Methodist Church Burial will be in the Cowgill cemetery under the direction of the Pills Funeral Home at Braymer The family will receive friends from 7 to 8 30 Sunday evening at the funeral home William Russell Meek William Russell Meek, 67 died Thursday at the Windsor Estates Convalescent Home in Camdenton He was born September 24,1912 near Trenton, son of Milo B and Mabel Andress Meek On March 19,1973 he was married to Dela McCracken, who survives him of the home in Edwards In addilion lo his wife, Mr Meek is survived by Ihree sisters Mabel Meek, Meadville, Cora Meek, Marshall, and Mrs Vera Mae Brockmier, Carrollton, and brother, Ralph Meek, Chillicothe Mr Meek was employed by the Howard Construction Company, of Sedaha, as a heavy equipment operator He was a veteran of World War II Funeral servcies will be held at the Wright Funeral Home m Meadville Saturday at 2 o'clock with the Rev Fred Smith of ficiatmg Burial will be in the Meadville cemetery There is not scheduled visitation but friends may call at the funeral home Services for Mrs. Velma Mast Funeral services for Mrs Velma Mast, who died Monday, were held Thursday afternoon a l l 30 in the chapel of the Gordon Home for Funerals, with the Rev Robert LaFever, Jr officiating Mrs Nellie Jo Gaston sang "In the Garden" and "How Great Thou Art Burial was in Edgewood cemetery Pallbearers were George Grouse, Kenneth Walker, Bill Hargrave, Forrest Young, Vern Sherman and Stephen Stewart Margaret Pierzina rites Saturday Funeral services for Mrs Margaret (Slattery) Pierzina, who died Tuesday, will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at St Columban's Catholic Church with the Rev Alexis Saalhoff officiating Burial will be in St Columban's cemetery Rosary will be said this evening at 8 o'clock at the Gordon Home For Funerals Walker services are Saturday Funeral servies for Michael Ray Walker, who died Wednesday night, will be held Saturday afternoon at 1 30 in the chapel of the Norman Funeral Home with the Rev Leslie E Andrews and the Rev Merlin Shively officiating Burial will be in the Wheeling cemetery The family suggests memorial contributions may be made to the Highview Baptist Church or the Amencan Cancer Fund DeSoto, Kan was fined $ i i i on a charge thai he was dnv ing a transport truck that was 3,980 pounds over maximum gross weight Donald Hatfn Id 214 Walnut was fined $i r on a charge of possessing no o p e r a t o r s license- Oscar Warren Mollohan HI- D 4 was fined $20 on a charge of failure to register his motor vehicle annually with the Director of Revenue Michael Hay Anderson Dawn was fined $20 on a charge of failure to register his motor vehicle annually with the Director of Revenue f / a r y Gene D o w n e y KimbcrhngCity was fined $n on a charge of failure to register trailer annually with the Director of Revenue Robert Kevin Wooden !4i Mansur was fined $10 on a charge of operating a motor c y c l e w i t h o u t p r o t e c t i v e headgear Lynn Dennis Veach Cor ydon la , was fined $15 on a charge of operating a motor vehicle without proper brakes Sherman Pane Shields Uosworth was fined $10 on a charge of failure to make a right turn from the proper lane Randy Ray Dennis lirown ing was fined $10 on a charge of operating a motorcycle without a valid license William Joseph Snyder 907 Easton was fined $10 on a charge of failure to stop at a slop sign Speeding ( ascs Philip Rennolds Potterficld Monroe City was given a J day suspended jail sentence and was placed on one year s probation on a charge of dnv ing 71 miles per hour in a 55 mph /one $20 Fines R o b e r t J o h n C u r n o w Lara m ic Wyo 80 in 55 Bruce I,ee Lmdley 705 Wood ward 77 in 55 Wayne Fes'ler New Canton III 79 in 55 Sl r tines M i c h a e l D a v i d George Malta Bend 77 in 55 Stephi n Robert Jipton \ii't 1 arnbi rt D r i v e 72 in » M i c h a e l Kugenc Dartt Belleville 111 71 in '» Jerry 1 ce White K(arney 71 in ~ Lena Marie 1 orcht Ilcnnepm III 75 in » $li) I i m s Johnny Boyd McClelland Rocky Comfort fH in 55 Colin ( harks Campbell Fdma 71) in 55 James Lee I etellier Kansas ( i t y 1,7 in 55 Amanda JaneMohrfeld Wcstpomt la M in 55 (hester (. Gra Elsberry fi« in 55 Mary Ellen Blankenhorn Kirksville (,') in 55 Royce Gregory Wilson Cameron Mi in 55 Dana Raj Rodenbcrg Bogard 70 in 55 Eva Lynn Waddcll ( a i rollton 68 in 53 Pduard I u I-nycart Box I i ( hillicottu b i in 55 Michael horcst On Maysville Mi in 55 Gene Allen Brooks Lincoln Park Mich d') in 55 David Henry Doss Brookfield (rf in 55 Robert I olle Jr Orrick M in 55 M Jay doom Columbus Ohio Ui in 55 Subhash Chimean bhal Patel Dallas lex 69 in 55 Martin Alexander McKen /ie Cashmere Wash i8 in 55 $X fine R i c h a r d B a k e r A k e r s Ballwin (7 in 55 MISSED YOUR PAPER? CALL 646-2411 Monday thru Friday 6:30 P.M.-7:30 P.M. Saturday 4:00 P.M.-5:00 P.M. Call* For Missed Papers Will Be Taken Only At The Above Hours Bike thefts continue; police find two runaway girls here Chillicothe police picked up a pair of juvenile runaways and investigated two bike Ihefts wilh one recovery a pair of trespassing incidenls an attempted break in, and an accident yesterday and today P o l i c e picked u p t w o runaway juvenile girls on bicycles from,the Meadville area at 2 10 a m today at the Roy Westfall Lumber Com pany parking lot Police said the girls were taken to the police station the j u v e n i l e officer and the parents were contacted and the girls were released to their parents Hike Trade Police checked a bike theft and recovery reported simultaneously yesterday a( approximately 9 a m b y Gilbert Danner of 25 Third Police said that sometime after Wednesday at 4 p m someone took a red 10 speed bicycle from the side of the Danner residence Police reported that Danner told them he later found the bike parked at 422 Polk Going to that residence police said they talked lo three boys who told them that they had parked three bicycles two white and one blue, there the night before and yesterday morning the blue bike was gone and Ihe red was Ihere in ils place Police said lhat the red bike was picked up and released lo its owner Police investigated the theft of the blue bicycle which belongs to Cohen B Wilson of 202 Woodrow Police said that the blue 10 speed was taken sometime between 10 30 p m Wednesday and 9 a m yesterday from the yard at 422 Polk Softball Trespassing Police m v e s t i g a l e d a reported case of trespassing at the Lawrence L Long, Sr , residence at 300 Samuel at 8 25 p rn yesterday Acordmg to police Long told them that someone came onto his property after he instructed the person not to do so, 'defying' the signs posted Police said that the person was retrieving a Softball from Gravesville Park and which was in the yard Window Peeper Police checked a case of trespassing at the home of Rogc"- Boley of 419 Elm at 11 10 p m Wednesday Police reported Boley told them that he sau a man look ing into his dining room w i n dow, chased the man and caught him at the intersection of Vine and Clay streets Attempted Break-In Police were notified of a possible break in at 424 Clay street at 11 4 0 p m yesterday Police said that Richard Bench of 426 Clay told them that the back door was open and he observed persons around it According to police it appeared that no one had entered the house Hacking Accident P o l i c e i n v e s t i g a t e d a 2 vehicle accident at the in tersection of Easton and Jackson streets at 1 p m yesterday Police reported that a l')7l Ford pickup truck driven by John W Graham 62 of in Calhoun was backing up at a stop sign to allow another car to turn left onto Easton from Jackson and collided w i t h a 1%) Volkswagen driven by Ruth Young 5fi of !09 Polk, which was stopped behind UK pickup PETER POPE ELECTRONICS STEREO-CI-TELEPHONES 646-3585 65 DRIVE IN TONSGHT-SAT. 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