The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on July 2, 1980 · Page 9
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 9

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PAGE 10-CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-64601 CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1«0 Neighborhood upset over threat to close couple's flavored ice stand ARBUTUS, Md. ( A P ) - For 14 summers, Adolph and Betty Gapsis have sold flavored, crushed-ice "snowballs" from their front porch. Now the dis- abled couple's stand has been ordered closed, and their neighbors -- including a group of nuns -- are fighting mad. "Is the law always right'" asked Joseph Ambrose Jr., whose funeral parlor is a few doors down from the Gapsis home in this working-class Daltimorc suburb "It's the talk of the neighborhood Everybody's up in arms about it " "They're nice people and every body here loves them. I t ' s a s h a m e , " a d d e d Margaret Hayes, who works for Ambrose The uproar began last year when Frank and Cathy Neubauer, who moved next to the Gapsises in 1978, complained that the refreshment stand was a nuisance and was located in a residential area where businesses are pro- hibited. The Gapsises were found to be violating a zoning ordiance, but their appeal of that ruling has not been heard and the Neubauers sought an injunction, contending that crowds, noise and increased traffic disturbed them. The Gapsises take blocks of ice and shave them into snowy crystals The crystals are poured into paper cones, and the customer's choice of syrup flavors is poured over the shavings On Tuesday, a Baltimore County Circuit judge granted a t e m p o r a r y i n j u n c t i o n against the couple until their appeal is resolved. T h e c o u p l e ' s l a w y e r , Charles Kountz Jr , said Wednesday the injunction closing his clients' stand should take effect within a few days. No decision has been made yet on appealing the injunction, Kountz said. The Neubauers have been told by their lawyer not to comment. "I've never hurt anybody as long as I've lived here," said Gapsis, known locally as "Babe," who is crippled by muscular dystrophy. He and his wife of 32 years, who has undergone hip surgery and moves with some difficulty, have lived here since 1954. The Gapsises are a well- known and popular local couple. The fact that both are disabled fueled the controversy. Gapsis, 57, who works as a production supervisor with Westinghouse Electric Corp., said he may soon have to leave his employer because of his ailment America: Past., Present And Future. Independence Day. It means more to Americans than just a celebration. It serves as a stepping stone to the future. It's a door leading to bigger and better achievements. It's an opportunity for all of us to look back at our great historical struggle for Democracy. To look at the present and see how much has been accomplished in only 204 years. And, perhaps most important, it enables us to see that the future of America lies in OUR hands. HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY! 'Citizens BankTust of ChHIicothe, Mo.-Ph. 646-5500 A FULL SERVICE BANK Estradas divorcing LOS ANGELES (AP) After seven months of marriage, television star Erik Estrada and his wife, Joyce, are in the process of getting a divorce. "We were convinced that our marriage would survive, but it just didn't work out," said Estrada, who plays a California highway patrolman onTW'CHiPs." .He cited tensions stemming from life in the public eye as contributing to the breakup CHILLICOTHE CABLE TV WILL BE CLOSED FRI. JULY 4TH GARBIEL KAPLAN AND VIKKI CARR AT STARLIGHT--The talents of Gabriel Kaplan, co- creator and star of "Welcome Back, Kotter," and Vikki Carr, nightclub and recording star, will light the stage of Kansas City's Starlight Theatre July 7-14. Kaplan will entertain Starlight audiences with the stand-up comedy style that has made him famous. Miss Carr will sing many of her hits from musical comedies and albums. Curtain time is 8:30 nightly. Tickets may be reserved by phoning (816) 471-5510. Tina Items By MRS. RALPH BOWLING Mrs. Debbie Perkins and Mrs. Hester Smith went to Brunswick Friday and called on Mr and Mrs. Raymond Treon and Carol, Mr and Mrs. Belhe Treon and baby, and Mrs Mable Smith (Debbie's grandmother) and Mrs. Mary Stanley Recent callers of Mrs. Hester Smith have been: Glendon Knott, California state. Rev. Eldon Smith, Leon, la.; Mrs. Audrey S t e w a r t and Mrs. Fern Corbel, Hale; Mr. and Mrs. Mac B a r k e r ; Mesdames Helen Davis, Marjone Worth, Sharon Elkins, Mary and Dorothy, Berniece Ruddy, Judy Ruddy, Pauline Rogers, Evelyn Harper, Mildred Bowling, and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Perkins. Thursday Mrs. Jenette Nash, Springfield, Va., called on her cousin Mrs. Ross Forsythe and Mr. Forsythe enroute to Trenton to visit relatives and then on to Greeley, Colo., to visit her parents Mr. ana Mrs. Arthur Teeters. Twelve Senior citizens went on the nutrition bus to Carrollton Friday and joined others for the noon meal at the nutrition center there. The nutrition center won't be open next Friday due to 4th of July. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elkins, Dorothy and Mary spent the weekend with his father in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. James Davis of Mulberry, Ark., and Mrs. Lydia George of Bosworth were Monday dinner guests of their cousins, Leslie Newman, Rhoda Newman and Mrs. Erma Farns. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Colliver. returned home Friday after spending the week with their three granddaughters in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Derrell Burns at Independence while Mr. and Mrs. Burns were on a vacation trip. Mrs. Norman (Berniece) Ruddy was dismissed from the H.M.C., Chillicothe June 27. Her condition is somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Anderson and Mrs. Mary Hanebrink of Cabool, Mo., arrived June 21 for a visit with their sister Mrs. Bertha Osgood. All attended Sunday morning worship service at the Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Joe DeLong, Tulsa, Okla., arrived Friday night for a visit with her mother Mrs. Eulala Johnston, north of Coloma and attended the wedding of Mrs. DeLong's nephew and Mrs. Johnston's grandson, Joe McRoberts of Malta Bend Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs Raynond Miller met Mr. and Mrs. Al McDonald of Warrensburg at the Marshall Junction Sunday and all went to Columbia to spend the day with their daughter and sister Miss Rue Ann to help her celebrate her birthday Mrs. Berniece Fairchild of Warsaw spent the weekend with her brother Mr. and Mrs. Glen Worth. Recent callers of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Edwards were Rev. Eldon Smith, Leon la ; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wells, rural Hale; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Jenkins; Mesdames Norma R u t h B r i s t o w , D o r o t h y Barker, Mildred Johnson, B e r y l C o l l i v e r , O l i v e n e Harper and Mildred Bowling. Terry Cowsert of Braymer called on his aunt Mrs. Helen Cowsert Sunday afternoon. Many folks from Tina and community attended the local achievement 4-H and ice cream supper Saturday afternoon and evening which was held in the Avalon Methodist Church yard. Callers during the week of Leta Corf were Jack Corf, Mrs. Joe Goetting, accompanied by Jennifer, and Shelia Clevenger. Mrs. Corf was a Sunday dinner guest of the Leroy Corf f a m i l y a t Bosworth. Afternoon callers were Mrs. Tom Hughes and sons of Chillicothe. Mrs. Corf also enjoyed a phone call Sund a y e v e n i n g f r o m h e r daughter Mrs. Berniece Babbott in California. Terry Jones and sons Steve and Bobby spent Wednesday and Friday in'the Glen Worth home, helping with some remodeling work. On Friday a friend Tony accompanied them. All are from Excelsior Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Bennett, Mrs. Lenore Bennnett. Tina, son Mark Bennett and his fiancee Marylnn Meals of Carrollton went to Bloomfield, Mo. Friday evening to visit Rev. and Mrs. Jeoff Posegate and little daughter Jennifer and to help Jennifer celebrate her birthday. She was one year old. Mrs. Posegate was formerly Elaine Bennett. The group returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Alkire and three children of the Dawn community called on Mrs E u l a l i a Johnston Sunday evening. Fellowship, ice cream and cake were enjoyed in the Tina Baptist Church Thrusday evening. Also singing was enjoyed, with Mrs. William Wormsley at the piano. There were around 40 present. Happy Independence Day From The Officers and Employees of the Ludlow National Bank WE WILL BE CLOSED JULY 4 and 5 Jeff Spainhower campaigns here for father's election Jeff Spainhower, son of Democratic gubernatorial candidate James [. Spainhower, campaigned here yesterday for his father. Citing his father's 20 years as a minister and 16 years in government, Jeff said, "I feel my father has the experience needced in government to make this state the best in the country during the '80s. "There are many problems that need to be addressed in the next four years. Education, the highway system, crime and agribusiness are just a few of the problems which have not received the attention they need. My father will provide the leadership necessary to solve these problems." J e f f , a 19-year-old sophomore at the University of Missouri-Columbia and his sister, Janet, a senior at William Woods College in F u l t o n , a r c t r a v e l i n g throughout the state this sum- mer working for their father's election. Young Spainhower visited in the community during the afternoon and spoke to a Missounans for Spainhower meeting last night. CLIPBRING ME! For A Professional 8x10 Color Portrait 1/2 PRICE 44* With this Ad (RegularlyBSq;) All ages welcome - babies, adults, and families! 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