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ENERAL N EWS Three arrested on burglary charges Three people were arrested Friday on a burglary charge. According to Lewis County Sheriff Robert Whitmer, Philip Meany, Taylor; Rodney Fifer, Canton (ages not available) and Jeffrey A. Hess, 17, Maywood, were arrested and charged with a second degree burglary on an incident which reportedly happened earlier that day. Whitmer said the three were arrested for alleged involvement of entering a locked car wash at Ewing owned by Steve Abel!. Whitmer said several hand tools and $6-$8 of quarters were taken. The incident occurred between 3 and 4 p.m. Friday. The three were arrested by Canton Police Chief Mike McKenna and officer Jim Smith several hours later. The Missouri State Highway Patrol also assisted. All three are free on bond. A preliminary hearing is set for Nov. 6 at 2 p.m. at Monticello Courthouse. dumps grain rural Canton, escaped serious injury Saturday night when a part gravel road 10 miles northwest of Canton collapsed, causing Overturn and spill about 140 bushels of grain. The accident occurred ILra. Saturday, but the truck was not righted until Sunday morning. It tq'eckers and several cables tied to trees and tractors to right the was owned by Arnold Barber. UNTYWIDE Society meets Tues. County Historical Society at 614 Clark in Canton. Nov. 5, 7:30 p.m., Gift Show Nov. 10 Council on Aging, the west edge of Lewistown. a Holiday Gift Show The events, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Lewistown include over 40 craft tables, and dinner on Highway "6 at served beginning at 11 a.m. being organized will have an oppor- their communication organization of a in Canton. International is a aon-profit organization men and women speak effectively. The open to people of all ages and backgrounds. The Canton Toastmasters Club will have its' first meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6, in the courtroom of the Canton City Hall. For further information contact Bob Veatch at 314-767-5438 or Jim Oliver at 314-288- 3021. Students can spend academic year overseas "Qualified high school students are offered a unique chance to spend an academic year or six week summer stay in Scandinavia, Germany, Swit- zerland, France, Britain, Holland, Spain or Canada (French and English speaking), as part of the ASSE International Student Exchange Pro- gram (ASSE)," announced Warren Clague, Midwestern Director of ASSE. Students, 15 to 18 years old, qualify on the basis of academic performance, character references and a genuine desire to experience life with a volunteer host family in Europe or Canada. "ASSE families are carefully screen- ed to provide a warm and caring environment in which the students can learn the language and culture of their host country," explained Clague. Summer students will live with an English speaking family. Year stu- dents need not speak a foreign language as they will receive cultural and language instruction as part of the ASSE program. They will attend regular school classes with their host country counterparts. "ASSE students learn by living," added Clague. The non-profit, public benefit ASSE International Student Exchange Pro- gram, is affiliated with the Swedish and Finnish Departments of Educa- tion. ASSE is active in the "Presi- dent's Internation'i Youth Exchange Initiative." Students who are interested please contact Barbara A. Dubowski, 2419 South 10th, St. Louis, Mo. 63104, phone 314-664-3472. Will be held Saturday, Community beginning at 5:30. accepted for upkeep center building. Provided at 7:30 by the AT COOK'S. LOT OF TREATS "miAn mE BEAR WITH US '86 M0hls Are Slow Coming In 1. If we don't have it... We'll try to GHOSTLY SPECIALS get it for you immediately! Slacks, Cords m bg. Prke. nd ix. for Price Shirts V2 Price & & Coats off Boots " Wwwn) off Footwear LW.roum. L,d Udl) off tu ,or. mo ST TILL9 2. This way... If we sell it we'll make sure it's serviced properlyl -3. We have a TOTALLY NEW SERVICE CONTRACT for ANY MAKE OR MODEL SOLD! 4. We RUSTPROOF any MAKE OR MODEL SOLD! 5. Our Technicians are Ford Trained 6. One of our Technicians, Dan Pfl'dmen attended one week of Hi Tech Computer School. 7. We want your business, and we'll try harder to get ill 8. Lease n0w! 9.75% APR... See Mel LEWIS COUNTY MOTOR CO. FORD-MERCURY Canton, Mo. r ,i Press-News Journal, Cantnn. Mo., Thursday, October 31, 1985, Page 30 Hydraulics Mike Creger examines a local-pride part of machine fabrication for cable-laying tractors. The hydraulic system he's reviewing was redesigned by the crews of Evans Garage in Maywood. A feature article on the unique operation at Maywood can be found on page 3, section c, in this issue. I I I Ill I I Ill rllll Sell, Buy, Trade, Try PNJ ClassifledSsell ' Buy, Trade, Try PNJ Classifieds This is the last chance to make purchases that will help the Canton R-V Playground Fund. Thru Oct.31. 1% of your total purchase will be contributed toward the playground if you turn your receipt in to a K-6 grade student. The student with the most dollars turned in will also receive a $25 savings . from Ayers Oil Co. HAMBURGER. PEPPERONI, AND EXTRA CHEESE PIZZAS 001.99 REG.2.49 14.$ OZ. TO 16.5 OZ. FIX IN OUR OVEN OR TAKE HOME Groceries ........ _ _ __=_ .... CAMPBELLS TOMATO JUICE . o cA..89 QUINCY MAID CHIPS ....... ,, oz.|.|9 NABISCO CHIPS AHOY ...... ,, o, 1.29 HUNTS SHACK PACK ....... ,. o, 1.19 mm BABON SMOKED BEEF STICK ..... , o s, 3/99 IdOUND$ OR AUAONO JOY Oa YORK PATTY CANDY BAR .............. 25 lie WINDSHIELD WASHER SOLVENT , OA .99 PERMANENT ANTIFREEZE . . , o. 2.99 Beverages--000000-- BUSCH ........... ,.n oz  2.29 COORS ............ ,-, o ,. 2.49 OLD MILWAUKEE & LIGHT, oz. o,3.99 PABST .......... ,= oz. ,,s 7.QO SEAGRAMS 7 CROWN -  ,, , 5.49 SOUTHERN COMFORT. , noo, ,.  5.99 GORDON'S GIN ..... ,o ,too, ,o , 4.99 RIUNITE WINES...u, ,, vo m 2.49 FOUNTAIN SODA .... ,4 oz.  no , .49 ROYAL CROWN PRODUCTS ....  ., .99 BAR B-Q CHICKEN SkNDWICH & FREE LARGE DILL PICKLE .... 1.09 POLISH SAUSAGE SANDWICH ...... .89 KAY NATURAL CHEDDAR CHEESE ......... ,,, 2.49 TURKEY BREAST .......... , 2. HOL 'N ONE DONUTS, ..... , oo,,.1.49 Prices Good Wedneloy, Oct. 2,t thru Nov. S | OF CHOCOLATE SOFT I I SERVE ICE CREAM UM/T 4 DINNERS I PER COUPON I ,xnm ,.,, COUPON ENERAL N EWS Three arrested on burglary charges Three people were arrested Friday on a burglary charge. According to Lewis County Sheriff Robert Whitmer, Philip Meany, Taylor; Rodney Fifer, Canton (ages not available) and Jeffrey A. Hess, 17, Maywood, were arrested and charged with a second degree burglary on an incident which reportedly happened earlier that day. Whitmer said the three were arrested for alleged involvement of entering a locked car wash at Ewing owned by Steve Abel!. Whitmer said several hand tools and $6-$8 of quarters were taken. The incident occurred between 3 and 4 p.m. Friday. The three were arrested by Canton Police Chief Mike McKenna and officer Jim Smith several hours later. The Missouri State Highway Patrol also assisted. All three are free on bond. A preliminary hearing is set for Nov. 6 at 2 p.m. at Monticello Courthouse. dumps grain rural Canton, escaped serious injury Saturday night when a part gravel road 10 miles northwest of Canton collapsed, causing Overturn and spill about 140 bushels of grain. The accident occurred ILra. Saturday, but the truck was not righted until Sunday morning. It tq'eckers and several cables tied to trees and tractors to right the was owned by Arnold Barber. UNTYWIDE Society meets Tues. County Historical Society at 614 Clark in Canton. Nov. 5, 7:30 p.m., Gift Show Nov. 10 Council on Aging, the west edge of Lewistown. a Holiday Gift Show The events, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at the Lewistown include over 40 craft tables, and dinner on Highway "6 at served beginning at 11 a.m. being organized will have an oppor- their communication organization of a in Canton. International is a aon-profit organization men and women speak effectively. The open to people of all ages and backgrounds. The Canton Toastmasters Club will have its' first meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6, in the courtroom of the Canton City Hall. For further information contact Bob Veatch at 314-767-5438 or Jim Oliver at 314-288- 3021. Students can spend academic year overseas "Qualified high school students are offered a unique chance to spend an academic year or six week summer stay in Scandinavia, Germany, Swit- zerland, France, Britain, Holland, Spain or Canada (French and English speaking), as part of the ASSE International Student Exchange Pro- gram (ASSE)," announced Warren Clague, Midwestern Director of ASSE. Students, 15 to 18 years old, qualify on the basis of academic performance, character references and a genuine desire to experience life with a volunteer host family in Europe or Canada. "ASSE families are carefully screen- ed to provide a warm and caring environment in which the students can learn the language and culture of their host country," explained Clague. Summer students will live with an English speaking family. Year stu- dents need not speak a foreign language as they will receive cultural and language instruction as part of the ASSE program. They will attend regular school classes with their host country counterparts. "ASSE students learn by living," added Clague. The non-profit, public benefit ASSE International Student Exchange Pro- gram, is affiliated with the Swedish and Finnish Departments of Educa- tion. ASSE is active in the "Presi- dent's Internation'i Youth Exchange Initiative." Students who are interested please contact Barbara A. Dubowski, 2419 South 10th, St. Louis, Mo. 63104, phone 314-664-3472. Will be held Saturday, Community beginning at 5:30. accepted for upkeep center building. Provided at 7:30 by the AT COOK'S. LOT OF TREATS "miAn mE BEAR WITH US '86 M0hls Are Slow Coming In 1. If we don't have it... We'll try to GHOSTLY SPECIALS get it for you immediately! Slacks, Cords m bg. Prke. nd ix. for Price Shirts V2 Price & & Coats off Boots " Wwwn) off Footwear LW.roum. L,d Udl) off tu ,or. mo ST TILL9 2. This way... If we sell it we'll make sure it's serviced properlyl -3. We have a TOTALLY NEW SERVICE CONTRACT for ANY MAKE OR MODEL SOLD! 4. We RUSTPROOF any MAKE OR MODEL SOLD! 5. Our Technicians are Ford Trained 6. One of our Technicians, Dan Pfl'dmen attended one week of Hi Tech Computer School. 7. We want your business, and we'll try harder to get ill 8. Lease n0w! 9.75% APR... See Mel LEWIS COUNTY MOTOR CO. FORD-MERCURY Canton, Mo. r ,i Press-News Journal, Cantnn. Mo., Thursday, October 31, 1985, Page 30 Hydraulics Mike Creger examines a local-pride part of machine fabrication for cable-laying tractors. The hydraulic system he's reviewing was redesigned by the crews of Evans Garage in Maywood. A feature article on the unique operation at Maywood can be found on page 3, section c, in this issue. I I I Ill I I Ill rllll Sell, Buy, Trade, Try PNJ ClassifledSsell ' Buy, Trade, Try PNJ Classifieds This is the last chance to make purchases that will help the Canton R-V Playground Fund. Thru Oct.31. 1% of your total purchase will be contributed toward the playground if you turn your receipt in to a K-6 grade student. The student with the most dollars turned in will also receive a $25 savings . from Ayers Oil Co. HAMBURGER. PEPPERONI, AND EXTRA CHEESE PIZZAS 001.99 REG.2.49 14.$ OZ. TO 16.5 OZ. FIX IN OUR OVEN OR TAKE HOME Groceries ........ _ _ __=_ .... CAMPBELLS TOMATO JUICE . o cA..89 QUINCY MAID CHIPS ....... ,, oz.|.|9 NABISCO CHIPS AHOY ...... ,, o, 1.29 HUNTS SHACK PACK ....... ,. o, 1.19 mm BABON SMOKED BEEF STICK ..... , o s, 3/99 IdOUND$ OR AUAONO JOY Oa YORK PATTY CANDY BAR .............. 25 lie WINDSHIELD WASHER SOLVENT , OA .99 PERMANENT ANTIFREEZE . . , o. 2.99 Beverages--000000-- BUSCH ........... ,.n oz  2.29 COORS ............ ,-, o ,. 2.49 OLD MILWAUKEE & LIGHT, oz. o,3.99 PABST .......... ,= oz. ,,s 7.QO SEAGRAMS 7 CROWN -  ,, , 5.49 SOUTHERN COMFORT. , noo, ,.  5.99 GORDON'S GIN ..... ,o ,too, ,o , 4.99 RIUNITE WINES...u, ,, vo m 2.49 FOUNTAIN SODA .... ,4 oz.  no , .49 ROYAL CROWN PRODUCTS ....  ., .99 BAR B-Q CHICKEN SkNDWICH & FREE LARGE DILL PICKLE .... 1.09 POLISH SAUSAGE SANDWICH ...... .89 KAY NATURAL CHEDDAR CHEESE ......... ,,, 2.49 TURKEY BREAST .......... , 2. HOL 'N ONE DONUTS, ..... , oo,,.1.49 Prices Good Wedneloy, Oct. 2,t thru Nov. S | OF CHOCOLATE SOFT I I SERVE ICE CREAM UM/T 4 DINNERS I PER COUPON I ,xnm ,.,, COUPON