The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on July 21, 1980 · Page 7
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CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE, MONDAY, JULY 21, 1910 CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI-44401-PAGE 7 Television programing M O N D A Y ~ ^^ **J MONDAY Evening li:00 2-5-9 News 4 Hollywood Squares IT Hogan's Heroes 19 Doctor Who 2 Nashville on the Road ·I Face the Music fi Wild Kingdom ;i PM Magazine 17 All in the Family 1!) Another Voice 41 Sanibrd and Son ;: in) 2-9 That's Incredible 4 Little House on the Prairie : Flo 19 Muc.Neil/Lehrer Report 41 Tic Tac Dough 17 Love, American Style ''f, WKRP 17 Summershow 1980 1!) Dick Cavett 2-9 Movie-'The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane" 4 Awakening Land ', M*A*S*H 19 Movie-'The Lathe of Heaven" 41 Bastard " House Calls 5 Lou Grant 17 News -11 News 111:110 2-4-5-9 News 17 Last of the Wild 19 Monty Python's Flying Circus 41 Inn News 2 ABC News 4 Tonight 5 Movie--"The Amazing Howard Hughes" 9 M*A*S*H 19 Captioned ABC News 17 Movie--"Bedtime Story" 41 Starsky and Hulch 2 Barney Miller 11:00 9 All in the Family 11:25 2 Police Woman : 1:3(1 9 Bob Newhart 41 Rookies 12:00 4 Tomorrow 9 ABC News 1^:20 9 Barney Miller 12:30 5 Movie--"Lola" 17 News 41 Norm Crosby's Comedy Shop 12:35 "J7 Movie--"The Retreal from Kiska" 12:55 9 Police Woman TUESDAY Afternoon 3:00 2-9 Edge of Night 4 Merv Griffin 5 One Day At A Time 17 Flintstones 19 Free to Choose ·11 Gilligan's Island :i:3o 2 Real McCoys 5 Movie-"Monster from a Prehistoric Planet" 9 Partridge Family 17 Gilligan's Island 41 Tom and Jerry 1:00 2 Bonanza 4 Mike Douglas 9 Happy Days Again 17 My Three Sons 19 Over Easy 41 Woody Woodpecker 4:30 9 Carol Burnett and Friends 17 I Dream of Jeannie 19 Mister Rogers 41 Bugs Bunny 5:00 2 Adam-12 4 News 9 All in the Family 19 Sesame Street 17 Andy Griffith 41 I Dream of Jeannie 5:30 2-9 ABC News 4 NBC News 5 CBS News 17 I Love Lucy 41 Star Trek Evening (i:00 2-5-9 News 4 Hollywood Squares 17 Hogan's Heroes 19 Doctor Who l:3() 2 That Nashville Music 4 Face the Music 5 Family Feud 9 PM Magazine 17 All in the Family 19 Victory Garden 41 Sanford and Son 7:00 2-9 Happy Days 4 Awakening Land 5 White Shadow 17 Movie--"Evel Knievel" 19 MacNeil/Lehrer Report 41 Tic Tac Dough 7:30 2-9 Laverne Shirley 19 Dick Cavett 41 Joker's Wild 8:00 2-9 Three's Company 5 Movie--"Night Moves" 19 Nova 41 Rebels 8:30 2-9 Taxi 9:00 2-9 Hart to Hart 17 News 19 Flambards 9:55 5 Political Talk Legal Notices IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MO., PROBATE DIVISION NOTICE OF F I L I N G OF FINAL SETTLEMENT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION State of Missouri County of Livingston-ss. Estate No. 77-060 T O A L L P E R S O N S I N T E R E S T E D I N T H E ESTATE OF W A L T E R WOOD, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that a final settlement and petition for determination of the persons who are the successors in interest to the personal and real property of the decedent and' of the e x t e n t and character of their interest therein and for distribution of such property will be filed in the Circuit Court of Livingston C o u n t y . M i s s o u r i , a t Chillicothe,'Probate Division, by the undersigned on the 30th day of July. 1980, or as continued by the court, and that any objections or exceptions to such settlement or petition or any item thereof must be in writing filed within ten (10) days after the filing of such settlement. JULIUS WOOD Executor RFD, Linneus, Missouri 64653 Telephone: 895-5336 C. B. Burns, Jr. Attorney Bettelheim Building Brookfield, Missouri 64628 Telephone: 258-2397 Publish: June 30: July 7, and 21, 1980. 14 PUBLIC NOTICE THE CITY COUNCIL of the City of Chillicothe, Missouri, will convene as a Board of Equalizationat6:30p.m. Monday, July 28,1980, in the Council Chambers of City Hall. All persons f e e l i n g themselves aggrieved by the assessments oftheir property are hereby requested to make or file their objections in the office of the city clerk on or before said date or ap before the board at saic and the same will be heard. Cora Stockwell City Clerk appear lid time Publish: July 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 1980. CARROLLTON LIVESTOCK AUCTION On Thursday, July 24 in addition to our regular run of stocker and feeder cattle we will have 200 fancy quality hereford yearlings-strictly green, weighing about 700 Ibs. from the Z Bar Ranch, Strong City, Kansas. For more information, call Ted Lock: 542-0976 brunnt SUMMER COOLING SPECIAL DELUXE AIR CONDITIONING MOST SIZES IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE EVANS HEAT COOL 646-2492 A A MUFFLER SHOP "NEW LOCATION" »00 LOCUST-CHIUICOTHE-446-6704 MUFFLER SYSTEMS FOR ·FOREIGN«DOMESTIC«CUSTOM CUSTOM DUALIXHAUST 94 41 News 10:00 2-4-5-9 News 17 Last of the Wild 19 Monty Python's Flying Circus 41 Inn News 10:30 2 ABC News 4 Tonight 5 Movie--"The Amazing Howard Hughes" 9 M'A'S'H 19 Captioned ABC News 17 Movie--"Winner Take AH" 41 Starsky and Hutch 10:50 2 Soap 11:00 9 All In The Family 11:25 2 Movie-"That Man Bolt' 11:30 9 Bob Newhart 41 Rookies 12:00 4 Tomorrow 9 ABC News 12:20 9 Soap 12:30 5 Movie--"Fools" 17 News 41 Rat Patrol Mind Question and answers presented in this column are selested by the Mental Health Association of St. Louis. If you have a mental health problem or question, write OPEN MIND, Dept. C 1118 Hampton Ave. St. Louis, Mo. 63139. Not all letters received can be answered in the ·newspaper, but if you enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope, the editor of OPEN MIND will send you a personal reply. This column will be available weekly as a public service of the Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune. For local mental health services, persons may contact Linda Craig or Don Stevens of the CHILLICOTHE COUNSELING CENTER 415 B Park Lane Chillicothe, Missouri 646-047(1 CHRISTIAN BROADCAST NETWORK CABLE CHANNEL CHANNEL 13 MONDAY Evening (1:00 The Third Storv (i:30 Words of Hope 7:00 Rock Church 8:00 The 700 Club !):30 Rise and be Healed 10:00 Festival of Praise 10:30 The Ross Bagley Show TUESDAY Morning 5:00 Courage for Crisis Living 5:30 The Ross Bagley Show 7:00 Christ for the World 7:30 Festival of Praise 8:00 Dan Griffin X:30 The Chapel Hour !l:00 The 700 Club 10:30 Charisma Afternoon ll:»0 The Ross Bagley Show 12:30 New Hope 1:00 Oral Roberts 1:30 At Home with the Bible 2: (III The 700 Club 3:30 Transformed :!:5K CBN Update News 4:00 Newsight '80 4:30 The Ross Bagley Show Evening fi:00 Puppet Tree Gang (:30 Faith that Lives 7:00 Oral Roberts 7:30 Good News H:oo The 700 Club 9:30 * Faith 20 10:00 Today in Bible Prophecy 10:30 The Ross Bagley Show Ron Howard leaving Happy Days; signs with NBC LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Ron Howard has signed an ex- Couple married for 70 years BLACK JACK, Mo. (AP) Emil and Josephine Lipp- .mann are a living contradiction of statistics showing the declining stability of marriage in America. The Lippmanns celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary Sunday with family and friends at a church hall reception in this St. Louis suburb. Four generations of the Lipp- m a n n f a m i l y w e r e represented at the reception. Emile, 94, and Josephine, 90, were married July 20,1910, in Springfield, III., and were longtime residents of St. Louis before they moved to Spanish Lake. The couple has two sons and a daughter, 15 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. elusive contract with NBC-TV and is leaving "Happy Days," the long-running situation comedy hit that sparked ABC's rise from the ratings ashes five years ago. Howard, who played Ritchie Cunningham on the series for six seasons, will produce, direct and star in a number of TV movies and series produced for NBC by Major H Productions, Howard's company. The defection was considered a blow for ABC, which saw its emminence of prime time evaporate last season. ABC finished second to CBS in the season's ratings, and industry observers consider ABC's chances for a resurgence in the fall rather slight. ** Attract more customers to your garage sales by using the Constitution-Tribune Want Ads! Dear OPEN MIND: I am totally ashamed of myself, so ashamed that I am not going for the help I know I need. I am married for a second time, the first marriage having ended in divorce, and it looks as if this marriage must end too. I-went with this man a long time. I thought I knew him well. I brought my child into this mess, and now she is suffering too. I have lied to her. telling her things would get better when I knew they would not. The marriage has lasted less than a year, but even so, it would be another uprooting for her. How can I face people'.' I am not a movie actress who can go from one man to another. I'm still young. What kind of man will ever want me now? Only a fool makes the same mistake twice. A FOOL Dear Writer: If your letter is reflecting the conclusion that your marriage cannot improve, then I am assuming you have made a final decision. There are always positive and negative feelings when a difficult choice is made. If a person feels she has made a mistake in judgment, it is a blow to her self-esteem. This can cause frustration, anxiety and guilt. However, when a person has the courage to withdraw from a potentially emotionally destructive situation, the final result can be positive. As for future plans, if you decide this marriage is not worth saving, you may need to focus on your own interests without male companionship for a while. Enjoy your independence and your child, and make the most of each day. When you begin to respect and like yourself, an emotionally mature man will be.able to love you too. if there is a community mental health center near you, you may find help in thinking through some of your concerns at this time. Barbara Collie, M.A. Psychology Instructor Crowder College Neosho, Missouri Dear Lady: It's not foolish to recognize your need for help and to be concerned for your daughter. Children know when their parents are troubled about something, so it would be more beneficial to talk with her openly about the situation. Your honesty about it will assure her that she can count on you for stability, even if everything else in her life is changing. If her senses tell her one thing and you tell her something else, she may feel that she cannot trust you. This will prevent you from helping her through this difficult time. She will probably feel relieved to be able to discuss her concerns. There is no need to feel guilty about u p r o o t i n g your daughter. Children are Very resilient and can bounce back from even the most stressful s i t u a t i o n s a n d changes, especially if they are not caught in the middle of family conflicts. In fact, changing or getting out of a stressful situ- tion may be beneficial for the child. Do not be afraid to ask for help, no matter how many mistakes you think you've made. A good family therapist can help you resolve your own feelings about your marriage, prevent such "mistakes" in the future, and deal with your daughter's reactions to your family difficulties. L'inda K. Ray, A.C.S.W. Family Therapist Family Resource Center Saint Louis, Missouri MISSED YOU! PAPER? CALL 646-2411 Monday tfcra FriMy 6:30 P.M.-7t30 P.M. Satvntey 4:00 P.M.-500 P.M. Call* For Mb*M Nptn W» B* Token Only At flw Abovt Hours CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION SR 101 (Including Domestic Subsidiaries) (Dollar Amounts in Thousands) CHILLICOTHE STATE BANK City of Chillicothe, Livingston County, State of Mltiouri 64601 State Bank No. 2547 Federal Reserve Diitrict No. 10 Cloie of Buiineu June 30, 1980 ASSETS MII-Thou. Cash and due from depository institutions $ 3,123 U.S. Treasury securities 842 Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations 2,275 Obligations of States political subdivisions in the United States 10,111 Federal Reserve stock and corporate stock 2 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 1,400 a. Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) 30,205 b. Less: allowance for possible loan losses 350 c. Loans, Net Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises Real estate owned other than bank premises Other assets ' TOTAL ASSETS 29,855 719 41 1,146 4y,514 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations Time savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, corporations Deposits of United States Government Deposit of States and Political subdivisions in Ihe United States Certified and officers' checks Total Deposits a d ) . Total demand deposits a ( 2 ) . Total time and savings deposits Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to the U.S. Treasury and other liabilities for borrowed money Other liabilities. . 9.7B1 .H4,080 8,924 :n,309 112 3,302 214 43,861 172 867 TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) 44,900 EQUITV CAPITAL Common stock a. No. shares authorized 24,000 b. No. shares outstanding 24,000 (par value) 600 Surplus GOO Undivided profits 3,414 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL 4,614 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL 49,514 MEMORANDA Amounts outstandi-.g as of report date: Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more 1,587 Other time deposits in amounts of $100,000 or more 1,810 Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date a. Total deposits.; 43,445 NOT!: This report must be signed by an authorized officer and attested by not less than three directors other than the officer signing the report. I, the undersigned officer, do hereby declare that this Report of Condition (including the supporting schedules) is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Kenneth R. Mclntyre, Vice President 4 Cashier 816-646-5120 July 17, 1980 We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this Report of Condition (including the supporting schedules) and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief has been prepared in conformance with the instructions and is true and correct. Fred K. Simmer ·· Len A. Simmer I Directors Walter T. Miller ·· SEAL Stale of Missouri, Cuunty of Livingston. 53: Sworn to and subscribed before me tins I 7lh day of July. I9(JO, and 1 hereby certify thai I arn not an officer or director of llm bunk. My commission rxpitr* May 11, 19B4; Nornia \\. Pearson, Notary Public. REPORT OF CONDITION CONSOLIDATING DOMBTIC SUBSIDIARIES OF TNE THE LUDLOW NATIONAL BANK OF LUDLOW OH OF LUDLOW In ttw itatt of Mistovri, «t tin dou of bwtiimi on JVM 30,1910 published in reiponie to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under titlo 12, United Stttoi Code, Section 161. Charter Number 132*3 Nattenol Bank Hegion Number 10 Thousands of dollars ASSETS: Statement of Resources and Liabilities , ,. . , . Cash and due from depository institutions 313 Lease financing receivables U.S. Treasury securities.... 302 Bank nremiscs. furniture an Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations 1921 Obligations of States and political subdivisions in the United States · 35 Federal Reserve stock and corporate stock 6 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 420 Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) 3639 Less: Allowance for possible loan losses 45 Loans, Net 3594 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ....- 52 Other assets 5 TOTAL ASSETS \ '. .'.' 6648 CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION SR 101 (Including Domestic Subsidiaries) (Dollar Amounts in Thousands) CITIZENS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY City of Chillicothe, livingiton County. State of Miuouri 64601 Stole Bonk No. 2706 Federal tteterve Piitrict No. 10 Cloie of iutlnoit Juno 30, HIP ASSETS Mil-Hum. Cash and due from depository institutions $ 2,763 U.S. Treasury securities 999 Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations 16,437 Obligations of States political subdivisions in the United States 16,498 Other bonds, notes, and debentures 3,760 Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell 3,800 a. Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) 31,662 b. Less: allowance for possible loan losses 803 c. Loans, Net 30,859 ;e financing receivables 4 Bank premises, furni'.ure and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises (539 Real estate owned other than bank premises 27 Other assets 933 TOTAL ASSETS 76,719 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations 1420 Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 4407 Deposits of United States Government i Deposits of States and political subdivisions in the United States 338 Total Deposits G166 Total Demand Deposits 1421 Total time and savings deposits 4745 TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) 6172 EQUITY CAPITAL Preferred stock No. shares outstanding 0 (par value) 0 Common stock No. shares authorized 1000 No. shares outstanding 1000 (par value) 100 Surplus 100 Undivided profits 276 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL 476 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL 476 MEMORANDA Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more 2 Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date: Cash and due from depository institution 240 Total Loans 3657 Time certificates of deposits in denominations of $100,000 or more 2 Total deposits 6222 Total assets ; 6977 We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this statement of resources and liabilities. We declare that it has been examined by us, and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. LIABILITIES .Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 11,161 Time 4 savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, it corporations 52,384 Deposits of United States Government 657 Deposit of Stales and Political subdivisions in the United States 2,103 Deposits of commercial banks 437 Certified and officers' checks ) 44 Total Deposits 66,886 Total demand deposits 13,309 Total time and savings deposits 53,577 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase 2,615 Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to the U.S. Treasury and other liabilities for borrowed money 37 Other liabilities 1,366 TOTALLIABlLlTlKStexcludingsubordinatednotcsanddebcntures) 70,904 EQUITY CAPITAL Common StOCk » No khnrmaulhnriml im.nrn Surplus Undivided profits TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL. nh.-irir*nifi«l.-in'lmf{lin.M»'pirv«lu'-; 900 900 4,015 5,815 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL 76.719 MKMOIIANIM Amounts outstanding as of report date: a. Standby letters of credit, total b. Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more c. Other time deposits in amounts of $100,00 or more Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date a. Total deposits 276 3,924 550 66,288 Byron B. Lee Lester C. Neilan Edwin L. Wolcott Directors I, the undersigned officer, do hereby declare that this Report of Condition (including the supporting schedules) is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. Bill Watson, Sr.-Vice-President Cashier 816-646-5500 July 9, 1900 We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this Report of Condition (including the supporting schedules) and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief has bwn prepared in conformance with the instructions and is true and correct. Edgerton Welch f Jerome A Gocde I Directors William E. Welch ·· I, Clithro L. Anderson, Cashier of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this Report of Condition is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief Clithro L. Anderson 7-10-80 SF.AI. StJtt* of Mii*r*ori, County of Livingston, n: Sworn to *rd itjbirribtd Krforr me thi« 9th i*y of Junf, !%0, *fid f brrrby rrrTi'fy ih*t I am DM »n of fir *r or diwtnr of fhii hunk. My rftmmiitionrxpirftMay 19th, 1984; Eliie MrFaddrn, Notary Public.

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