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. .. . .. ,,  o. :o , ...... ? PRESS-NEWS JOURNAL, CANTON, MO. I Deaths I EMMA BROSE Emma Brose, 96, died June: 24, 2009, in Dallas Texas. Born March 1, 1913 in Lewistown, Mo., a daugh- ter of Ralph and Mary Agnes Dement Crandall. She married Russell Brose on September 28, 1933 in LaGrange and they resid- ed there for 58 years until moving to Quincy in 1993. They were long time members of the LaGrange United Methodist Church. Surviving are two daughters, Emma Lou Heidbreder and husband David of Quincy, and Bar- bara Robbins and husband Warren of Dallas; also sur- viving are five grandchil- dren, Pam Gnuse, Barbara Freiburg and Chuck Gnuse of Quincy; Craig Robbins and Shelley St. Clair of Dallas; and 13 great-grand- LEROY BAINTER LeRoy W. Bainter, age 62, of Ewing, Missouri, died Tuesday at Blessing Hospi- tal in Quincy. He was born November 26, 1946 in Hannibal, Mo., to Kenneth William and Sa- die Marie Sutton Bainter. He married Sharon Oenning October 1, 1966 in Plain- ville, Illinois. Mr. Bainter worked in construction for Illinois La- borers' Local 253 and he was a Marion County Farmer who enjoyed working with Cattle. He was a graduate of Pay- son- Seymour High School in Illinois. He enjoyed coffee at Johnnies with his friends and his dog Buster. He also enjoyed hunting, fishing and especially spending time with his family. He is survived by his wife, Sharon, Children Rod- ney Bainter and wife Kim- berly ofEwing,Mo.; Tammy Gottman and husband Jeff of Pekin, I1ki Dale Bai'nter.and. wife Dana of Jackonvill, Ill.; sister. Donml Susab, Powell and Larry Camden of Quincy; Half Siblings, Russell White of Camp Point. Ill.; Robert White of Ewing, Mo.; Bill Bainter of Quincy, II1.: Kathy Young, Barry, I11.. Grandchildren Leighann Peoples and hus- band Daniel of Walls, Miss.; Dakota Bainter of Ewing, Mo.; Dalton Bainter of Ew- children. She was preceded in death by her husband Rus- sell in 1996; sisters Ann Patrick of Rudyard, Mon- tana and Mary Nell Bozarth of LaGrange. A family graveside ser- vice was held on June 28, 2009 at Riverview Cem- etery in LaGrange, Mo., with Rev. Father David McCready, officiating. Me- morials may be made to the LaGrange United Method- ist Church, 200 N. 4th St., LaGrange, Mo. 63448. Davis Funeral Home provided services. ing, Mo.; and Emma B ainter of Palmyra, Mo. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister Sharon Richmiller. Visitation was Fri- day, June 26 2009 at Lewis Brothers Funeral Chapel. Funeral services were Saturday, June 27; 2009, at Lewis Brothers Funeral Cha- Co 1 in Palmyra. Rev. Brian ne officiated. Interment was in the New Providence Cemetery in Benbow, Missouri. Me- morial onbufions ,may be made to 9. memorial in L Roy s .nari'.to assist with medical expenses or the char- ity of the donor's choice. Pallbearers were Mike Hicks. Bill Abel. Billy Abel, Johnnie Kraft, Randy Klocke, Mike Williams, and Dennis Graupman Honorary pallbearers were Larry McCrackin, Mark Williams, Johnny Kroeschel, and David Leffler For The Record I I I II Lewis Co. Sheriff's Department watches for impaired drivers Law enforcement of- worst of all, cause a tragic ricers across Missouri will loss of life," said Lewis THURSDAY, JULY2, 2009 - PAGE 12 [ Thanks i Books maybe i It was greatly appre- i purchased i be cracking down on drunk County Sheriff David Par- eiated for all the acts of - driving with increased en- fish. kindness shown me, while at forcement July 3-5. The In 2007, 243 people I was in the hospital and Lewis County Sheriff's Of- died in more than 7,780 since returning home The Press-News rice will be participating in alcohol related traffic from knee surgery. this effort, crashed, resulting in a death Kenny Collins Journal, "It's never worth the or injury every 1.7 hours. risk to drive while under the For more information or at the influence of drugs or alco, on impaired driving, visit i wish to thank every- Lewis County hol. Drivers could lose their one for their food, flow- license, pay large fines, or ers, cards, prayers, and visits while in the hospital Historical Farm Service Agency County for surgery and since re- S00c;ety,,. committee nominations now open turning home. Frances Spratt in Canton. John Wheeler. Execu- programs, commodity price ..,.,,.,,,, ................... ,.,,.,,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,.,,.,,.. tive Director for USDA's Farm Service Agency in Lewis County said farmer and rancher candidate nom- inations are being accepted for local Farm Service Agency (FSA) county com- mittees. The nomination period continues through Aug. 3, 2009. Elections take place this fall. Wheeler said, "I en- courage agricultural pro- ducers throughout Lewis County to nominate eligible candidates of their choice, especially minorities and women, to serve on the lo- cal county committee." To be eligible to serve on an FSA county com- mittee, a person must par- ticipate or cooperate in a program administered by FSA, be eligible to vote in a county committee election and reside in the local ad- ministrative area in which the person is a candidate. Producers may also nominate themselves, and organizations representing minority and women may also nominate candidates. To become a nominee, eli- gible individuals must sign form FSA-669A. The form and other valuable infor- mation about FSA county committee elections are available online at: W'wfs.flSda*.ov/FS/; ebapp?area=rewsrobha&su b iect=landing&topic=cce. Nomination forms for the 2009 election must be postmarked or received in the local USDA Service Center by close of business on Aug. 3, 2009. FSA county committee members make decisions on disaster and conserva- tion programs, emergency support loan programs and other important agricultur- al issues. Members serve three-year terms. Nation- wide, there are more than 7,800 farmers and ranch- ers serving on FSA county committees. Committees consist of three to five members who are elected by eligible local producers. FSA will mail ballots to producers beginning Nov. 6. The voted ballots are due back to the local county office either via mail or in person by Dec. 7, 2009. Newly elected commit- tee members and alternates take office Jan. 1,2010. For more information on FSA county committees, visit the Agency's Web site http://www.fsa.usda,gov. Missouri Water Patrol makes 17 arrests The Missouri State Water Patrol conducted five sobriety check points throughout the state over this past weekend, June 26th - 28th. These check points were in conjunc- tion with a nationwide campaign, "Operation Dry Water," that 49 other states and U.S. t%)tofis partici- pated m..,  .  ne goa o me cam- pmgn is to raise awareness of and to decrease the in- cidence of intoxicated op- eration of vessels. Check points were conducted at Lake of the Ozarks, Table Rock Lake, Mark Twain Lake, Pomme De Terre Lake and Smithville Lake. There were 343 boats stopped at these check ROOFING BIDS The Lewis County Commission is seeking bids on the removal and replacement of the shingles on the County Annex roof. For more information contact the Lewis County Clerk's office at 573- 767-5205, Monticello Bids will be opened at 9:30 a.m. July 16, 2009 in the County Commis- sioners office. The County reserves the right to reject any and all bids. 1st Publication July 2, 2009 It i i ,, , ,,, , , Seeking Bids The City of LaGrange Public Works Dept is seeking bids until July 27, 2009 at 5:00 pan. for the following: Generator for use at our #4 well, spec can be picked up at LaGrange City Hall, for any addi- tional questions please contact Ed Ensor Public Works Foreman at 573-655-4104. The City of LaGrange has the right to accept or.reject any and all bids received. Bids need to be marked Generator, and sent to the City of LaGrange Public Works, P.O. Box 266, LaGrange, MO 63448. 1 st publ. June 25 2t Reouest For Bids The Industrial Development Authority of Lew- is County is seeking bids for certain repairs and maintenance to buildings located in the 500 Block of Lewis Street and at 900 South 4th Street, Can- ton, Missouri; and for excavation and removal of debris from property located in Sections 2 & 3, Township 61 North, Range 6 West, Lewis Coun- ty, Missouri. For details contact William B. Smith Director, at 573-767-5393. Bids should be submitted in writing to: The In- dustrial Development Authority of Lewis County, MODOT upcoming work schedule given The following is a list of general highway con- struction and maintenance scheduled for June 29 - July 10 for Lewis County. Weather conditions may cause postponements in the work schedule. Other maintenance work may oc- cur on other roads through- out the area. This work includes lane closures and at times delays can be ex- pected. Crews will work during daylight work hours unless otherwise indicated. Vari- ous forms of traffic control will be in place to secure the safety of the motoring public as well as the safety of highway crews. Lewis County Con- struction: Route E - mid July - road will officially be closed at Wyaconda River Bridge for re-decking be- tween Route F and Route 81; road will be closed at the bridge beginning mid July. Route 61/24 - June 1 - September 30 - one-lane traffic, contractor laying asphalt on northbound and southbound lanes from The Press-News Journal presents... 77mu/ on. 7dun (" 573- 288- 5668 Samson had the right idea about advertising, He took two columns ana brought down the house. north of Route B near La- Grange to south of Route 6 in Marion County.. Maintenance: Routes 16, 6 and 61 - June 29 - July 1 mowing, moving opera- tion. Minor Routes - July 6 - 8 drainage work off road. Route 15 - July 6 - 9 chip sealing, moving operation. ATTENTION The Lewis County Board of Equalization will meet July 20, 2009 at 1:30 p.m. If you wish to make an appointment call the Lewis County Clerk's Office at 573-767-5205. 1st Publication 3t WILLIAMSTOWN Jim Lillard Farms 1-04-10+ Linnie L. Bevans Farms 11-06-09+ Donna Hudnut Farm is 12-20 09+ now RRVC LLC Matt Bross 1-7-10+ CANTON Chas. Dewitt l 1-6-09+ Kenny & Mike Bross 9-10-09+ Raymond Hendrickson Farm 3-04-10+ Dorothy M./Howard F. Higbee Farms 3-17-10+ Hardin Farm 6-15-10+ Dr. Michael/Alice Vaughn Farm 2-5-10+ Tim/Mark/Kay Dochterman Farms 11-6-09+ Glenn Welch Farms 10-19-09+ CD/BL Corrigan Property 11-29-09+ Lewis and Penny Zahn 1-24-10+ Crawford/Oliver Farms 5-8-10+ Fenway Farm - Barkley, Rogers, St. Clair. 9-4-09+ BarkleyFarms. James & Brenda 9-4-09+ Kit Taylor Farms 10-21-09+ Tom andCarol Ward Property 11-13-09+ Jim/Barbara Carskadon Farm 11-12-09+ G & L Glasgow 1-7-10+ LEWISTOWN Lowell Reynolds Farm 12-27-09+ Warner/McHughFarms 1-23-10+ Elizabeth. Russell. Neil Stice Farms 8 -9-09+ EmerickFarms $750 reward for information leading to arrest and conviction of anyone trespassing on Emrick Farms 8-9-09 CANTON AND LA- GRANGE Kennedy Farms 12-20-094- Farm of Seldon and Mary Logsdon 7-30-09+ Courtney Farms 11-20-09+ LEWIS COUNTY Owned or Leased land by Danny L. Dannehauer 8-23-09+ Donald and Mazie Vogel Farm 8-29-09+ Gregory Drainage District Levee 4-12-10+ Bud and Karen Vogel 9-20-09+ Whippoorwill Hill Farm Richard/Gene Porter Farms 1-17-10+ Central Stone Property in Ewing, Monticello & LaGrange 3 -31-09 LA GRANGE Paul Lahr Farms 6-12-10+ Jenny D. Murphy Reid Farm 3-10-10+ Gloria Burbridge Prop. 4-17-10+ between Monroe & Jackson St Ronald Farr Property 7-10-09+ Marsha Allison/Frank Bange Farms. LaGrange 6-12-09+ Curtis Farr Home 7/3/09+ Upchurch-Uplan Springs Farm Property, Rt C 11-8-10+ Philip and Dena Gullion Farm 9-27-09+ EWING Tanner Farms 3-31-09+ MONTICELLO Glenn Krueger Farms 9-22-09+ LEWIS/MARION COUNTIES Raymond Eichor Farm 11-28-09+ MAYWOOD Tom & Janice Carter Farm 9-18-09+ PAID IN ADVANCE $20 YEAR I points Seventeen arrests for boating while intoxicat- ed were made. Seventeen other citations were issued for equipment violations and 62 warnings were is- sued. P.O. Box 74, Monticello, Mo., 63457. Bids will be opened at 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, July 7, 2009, at the IDA office, 302 East Jackson, Monticello. I st Publication July 2, 2009 It City of Canton CDBG 2008-PF-19 Canton Demolition Project INVITATION TO BID The City of Canton will accept sealed bids regarding the demolition and removal of eight (8) residential structures and two (2) commercial struc- tures located within Canton, Missouri. All material considered demolition waste must go to a DNR approved landfill. Material considered as clean fill can be hauled to contractor selected sites approved by the City. Contrac- tors'-are required to carry commercial'liabilily irlstirance in the amouiit of $1,000,000. Demolition work will be expected to begin immediately upon notification and to complete the contract within 45 calendar days from the date of the notice to proceed. It will be the Contractor's responsibility to confirm property boundaries, submit DNR and NESHAP notifications, no- tify all utility companies and acquire asbestos abatement contractors when necessary before demolition is started. Lump sum payments per property can be requested when the final inspection notice is signed by the City and each property owner. Landfill receipts and lien waivers are required. This project is wage rate exempt. A mandatory bid conference and tour will begin Thursday, July 2, 2009, at 10:00 a.m. at City Hall in Canton, Missouri. Bid packets can be picked up at Canton City Hall, 106 North 5th Street, P.O. Box 231, Canton, Missouri, 63435 or Northeast Missouri Regional Planning Commission (NEMO RPC), 326 E. Jefferson, P.O. Box 248, Memphis, Missouri, 63555. Bids must be received by 1:00 p.m., Thursday, July 9, 2009, at the Canton City Hall at which time they will be opened and publicly read aloud. For more information contact: Richard Harper, NEMO RPC, at 660-465- 7281. The City of Canton reserves the right to waive any informality and to reject any or all bids. The City of Canton is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Published June 18, June 25 and July 2, 2009