Chillicothe Constitution Tribune

October 10, 1980

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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1980, Chillicothe, Missouri OCTOBER MISSOURI64M1PAOE School Menus Ludlow Items PLEASE HAVE THE MENUS FOR THE AREA AND SCHOOLS THE BY lawn for October 16 ft 17 CHULA MONDAY Lettuce Birthday Milk TUESDAY Pork Mashed Mixed Rolls Milk WEDNESDAY Vegetable Soup and Carrot and Celery Peanut But ter Milk THURSDAY Ham Potato Combination Pineapple Rolls Butter FRIDAY Baked Beans and Vienna Cole Rolls Milk HALE MONDAY School boy Sandwich on Dill Taler Sliced Peaches TUESDAY Sausage Whipped Potatoes Tossed Apricots WEDNESDAY Green Cole Pineapple Slice THURSDAY Chili Potato Cheese Cin namon Rolls FRIDAY Hot Dog on Tater Mixed Ice Cream Chocolate and White Milk served with all and Peanut Butter served with all Menus are subject to SOUTHWEST MONDAY Spaghetti Meat Sauce Bread Cake Milk TUESDAY Turkey Mashed Fruit Milk WEDNESDAY Ham Buttered Corn Bread But Milk THURSDAY Barbecue Bread French CakeMilk UNIVERSAL MENU Ground Beef Lettuce Spanish Mexicali Pineapple Milk HIGH MONDAY Hot Ham Cheese on Green Beans Macaroni in Red Rage Applesauce Peanut Butter Crumb Chocolate or White Milk TUESDAY Tossed Salad Mixed Pineapple French Chocolate Chip Chocolate or White Milk WEDNESDAY Two Buttered Lime Jello Orange Pineapple SHeet Chocolate or White Milk THURSDAY Pork on Baked Beans Pears Fruit Chocolate or White Milk FRIDAY Chili Tater Tots Sauer Applesauce Raspberry Cereal Krunch Chocolate or White Milk This is National School lunch week BISHOP HOG AN MONDAY Ham on Lettuce Mashed Fruit Peanut Butter Milk TUESDAY Wiener Greet French Apple Unbaked Milk WEDNESDAY Universal Lettuce and Legal Notice RESOLUTION Tax Levy 1980 BE IT RESOLVED by the Mayor and City Council of the City of that there shall be and there is hereby levied upon all taxable property in the City of in the amounts as follows For General City Revenue purposes on the one hundred dollar valuation For Park Fund on the one hundred dollar valuation TOTAL Levy for the year 1980 Passed and Ap proved by the Mayor and City Council of the City ot this the llth day of ATTEST Cora City Clerk L Publish October Buttered Spanish Pineapple Milk THURSDAY Cooked Apple Milk FRIDAY Macaroni Cheese Corn Bread Carrot Sticks BRECKENRIDGE MONDAY Buttered Fruit Milk TUESDAY Roast Potatoes and Green Corn Milk WEDNESDAY Buttered Ap Hot Butter Milk THURSDAY Sloppy Tater Fruited Milk FRIDAY Tuna Noodle Let tuce Rosy Fruit Milk BRAYMER MONDAY Pork Fruit Milk TUESDAY Hamburger on Tossed Buttered Pud Milk WEDNESDAY Taccos Hamburger Lettuce Mexicali Pineapple Milk THURSDAY Pear Milk Green Tater Apple Bread FRIDAY Fish Macaroni Peas and Lettuce Fruit and DEWEY MONDAY Cole Peanut Butter Milk TUESDAY Universal Lunch Day for Burger on Lettuce Green Chocolate Chip Milk WEDNESDAY Ham Pattie on Tater Corn Mixed Milk FRIDAY Turkey Salad Sandwich French Jello Cracker Jack MONAY Pork or Tater Cheese Pear Halves TUESDAY Chili or Ham Sand wich Relish Ap Cinnamon Rolls WEDNESDAY Universal and Tomatoes or Hot Dog on Spanish Rice or Mexicali Pineapple Wedges THURSDAY Burritoes or Turkey Refried Cole Fresh Mexican Pralines FRIDAY Tamala Pie or Mixed Vegetable Green Flan De Vanilla or Chocolate Butter and Choice of Milk served Chef Salads available for 7th through 12th Buy and sell thru Constitution Tribune Want Ads MISSED YOUR PAPER CALL 6462411 Monday thru Friday Saturday Calls For Mined Papers Will Be Taken Only At The Above Hours By ANNA BRYAN Curtis Flamm is visiting the parental home of and Earl who is a member of the Armed Forces has been stationed in Belgium for quite some however he will be stationed in Florida at the conclusion of his The family including Vicki Silkwood and Kimberly were guests in the home of their sister and and Jack Jacobs and sons of Wheeling for a family get together on Florida has showers Showers remained along Floridas southeast coast ear ly There were also a few show ers over northern Virginia and central Early morning temperatures ranged from 26 in and Massena and to 85 in The forecast for as provided by the National Weather called for showers scattered over the Great with showers and some thunderstorms dot ting southern The rest of the nation was expected to have sunny and John Martin of Savannah were weekend guests in the parental home of and John Lewis and and Mike Busby and family and and Bill Busby and family of Jef ferosn City spent the weekend in the home of and John and Charles Tug gle of were dinner guests of Era Shields one day last Tuggle is remembered as Wilma Friends and relatives were saddened to learn of the death of Richard 1 at Stan ford Hospital in Polo He was the oldest son of and Byron Lee Sincere sympathy is extended to the fmaily in their bereave and Ray Shields were hosts for the annual Shields reunion held at their home The beautiful autumn day made the occa sion especially The Wiser Americans held their October meeting at the Community Room at the Ludlow Senior Housing with 20 in The blood pressure clinic was held until They also had t carryin noon After a brief business meeting at which time it was decided to buy some more furniture for the Community the group enjoyed visiting and playing The next meeting date is November at the Community Larry Hershberger brought the message both morning and evening at the Ludlow Baptist There were 19 in attendance in Sunday School and 21 for Larry took his text from Revelation There were 16 for Church Training and 20 for evening Larry took his text for the evening service from Psalm Galatians Larry Fields took a weeks vacation last He visited his mother Winifred Fields and also visited with Dennis Couch in Kansas Larry Feilds and Jim Schuekenbrock spent Thurs day night in Kan Jim was called to one of the stores He works for the Lipton Tea Larry Feilds returned to Ludlow Friday night and on Sunday night returned to DONT FORGET OUR BIG REGISTER FOR A FREE COLOR TV DRAWING SUNDAY NIGHT 121 WASHINGTON 6464454 FRIDAY Fish Green Strawberry Milk National School Lunch Week Eat to Learn to Eat TIN AAVAWN MONDAY Spaghetti Green Cake Proposed Amendments to the Constitution of Missouri and Proposition 11 Proposed by Initiative Petition To be submitted to the qualified voters of the State of Missouri at the General Election to be held on the fourth day of distribution to the appropriate ceed the revenue limit established political subdivisions as payment jn this section by one percent or in lieu of real property taxes for the excess revenues shall be privately owned land acquired by TUESDAY Ham Macaroni Corn Cookies WEDNESDAY Mexican Lettuce Fruit THURSDAY Mashed Potatoes Mixed Jello FRIDAY Beef Tater Cinnamon Rolls Served Peanut Jelly and CENTRAL MONDAY Lunch Meat Cheese Sand Tater Hot Fudge Fruit Milk TUESDAY Batter Dipped FishTartar Buttered Chilled Milk WEDNESDAY Tossed Milk THURSDAY National School Lunch Green Carrot Celery Hot But Fruit Milk FRIDAY Tater Peanut Butter CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 3 Submitted by the 80th General Assembly First Regular Session General assembly may authorize by liw that or veteran organizations may con duct a ime commonly known as subject to certain The amendment requires enabllni legislation by the General Assembly before im potential Income or administrative cost cannot be deter JOINT RESOLUTION sub 5 No rental arrangement or purchase arrangement for any equipment or premise for use in a game shall provide for payment in excess of the reasonable market rental rate for such premises and in no case shtvll any payment based on a per centage of the gross receipts or proceeds be permitted 6 No part nership or corporation shall receive any remuneration or profit for participating in the conduct or operation of the game 7 No advertising of any game mitting to the qualified voters of sha11 Permitted except on the Missouri an amendment to article premises of the licensed III of the constitution of Missouri organization or through ordinary relating to the powers of the communications between the general assembly by adding organization and its members thereto one new section permitting 8 requirement the the general assembly to authorize general assembly finds necessary certain organizations to conduct to that any games are con bingo ducted solely for the benefit of the FIELD MONDAY Dills and Corn Bread and Fruit Unbaked Milk TUESDAY OvenFried Seasoned Green Celery Whipped Applesauce Milk WEDNESDAY Taco Baked Pork Pineap Graham Milk THURSDAY Tuna Salad Let tuce Tater Car rot Snicker doodle Milk FRIDAY Cole Cinnamon Buttered Jello WHEELING MONDAY Beef Cole Ap Hot Milk TUESDAY Chili Cheese Celery Jello Milk WEPNESDAY Hot Pork Sandwiches Lettuce Milk THURSDAY Taco Be it resolved by the the House of Representatives concurring therein That at the next general elec tion to be held in the state of on Tuesday next following the first Monday in or at a special election to be called by the gover nor for that there is hereby submitted to the qualified voters of this for adoption or the following amend ment to article III of the Con stitution of the state of Missouri Section Article Con stitution of is amended by adding thereto one new to be known as section 39 to read as follows Section 39 The game com monly known as bingo when con ducted by veteran or service organizations is not a lottery or gift enterprise within the meaning of subdivision 9 of section 39 of this article if the general assembly by law that or veteran organizations may con duct the game commonly known as upon the payment of the license fee and the issuance of the license as provided for by Any such law shall include the following requirements 1 All net receipts over and above the actual cost of con ducting the game as set by law shall be used only for Religious or philanthropic pur and no receipts shall be used to compensate in any manner any person who works for or is in any way affiliated with the licen ced organization 2 No license shall be granted any organization unless it has been in continuous existence for at ieast five years immediately prior the application for the An organization must have twenty Ixma fide members to be con sidered to be in existence 3 No person shall participate in the conduct or operation of any game unless that person a has been a bona fide mem ber of the licensed organization for the two years immediately preceding such and volunteers the time and service necessary to conduct the game b is not a paid staff person for the licensed organization c is not and has never been a jrofessional gambler or gambling promoter d has never puchased a tax stamp for wagering or gambling activity e has never been convicted of any felony 0 has never been convicted of eligible organizations and the general CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 4 Submitted by the 80th General Assembly First Regular Session Funds from conservation com missions oneeighth cent sales as the commission shall be used for payments in lieu ol taxes to local governments on commission lands acquired after July and forest Costs to the Conservation Com mission Fund would be contingent upon the acreage they acquire and the taies paid on the land belore it is JOINT RESOLUTION sub mitting to the qualified voters of an amendment repealing section 43 b of article IV of the constitution of Missouri relating to the use of revenue and funds of the conservation com mission and adopting one new sec tion in lieu thereof relating to the same Be it resolved by the House of Represen the Senate concurring therein That at the next general elec tion to be held in the state of on Tiftsday next following the first Monday in or at a special election to be called by the gover nor for that there is hereby submitted to the qualified voters of this for adoption or the following amend ment to Article IV of the con stitution of the state of Missouri Section Section article constitution of is repealed and one new section adopted in lieu to be known as section to read as follows Section The moneys arising from the additional sales and use taxes provided for in sec tion hereof and all moneys or funds arising from the operation and transactions of the conservation depart ment of and from the application and the ad ministration of the laws and regulations pertaining to the forestry and wildlife resources of the state and from the sale of property used for said pur shall be expended and used by the conservation department of for the conservation and regulation of the forestry and wildlife resources of the including the purchase refunded pro rata based on the liability reported on the Missouri state income tax or its successor tax or taxes annual returns filed following the close of such fiscal If fie excess is less than one percent Ms excess shall be tran sferrei to the general revenue The revenue limitation established in this section shall not apply to taxes imposed for the payment of principal and interest on approved by the voters and authorized under the provisions of this If responsibility for fun ding a program or programs is transferred from one level of government to as a con sequence of constitutional amend the state revenue and spen ding limits may be adjusted to ac commodate such provided that the total revenue authorized for collection by both state and local governments does not exceed that amount which would have been authorized without such Section The revenue limit of section 18 of this article may be exceeded only if all of the following conditions are met 1 The governor requests the general assembly to declare an emergency 2 therequest is specific as to the nature of the the dollar amount of the and the method by which the emergency will be funded and 3 the general assembly thereafter declares an emergency in ac cordance with the specifics of the governors request by a majority vote for fiscal year thereafter a twothirds vote of the Article X of the Constitution of members elected to and serving in Missouri is amended by adding each The emergency must new sections to be the commission after July 1977 and for land classified as forest cropland in the forest cropland program administered by the department of conservation in such amounts as may be deter mined by the Conservation Com but in no event shall the amount determined be less than the property tax being paid at the time of purchase of acquired CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 5 Proposed by Initiative Petition Limits state taxes except for yearly adjustments based on total incomes ol persons in Missouri or emergencies prohibits local tax or fee increases without popular Prohibits state ex pansion of local responsibility without state No savings or costs to the state or local governments can be deter mined because of the formula provisions and the exceptions allowed in the An Amendment to the Con stitution of the State of Missouri amending Article X of the Con stitution relating to in cluding but not limited limitations on taxation and governmental expenditures and the effectuation of such Be it resolved by the people of the State of Missouri that the Constitution be which bonds are issued which were authorized prior to the ef fective date of this Section Notwithstanding other provisions of this con stitution or her any tax payer of the or other political subdivision shall have standing to bring suit in a circuit court of proper venue and ad when the state is in in the Missouri supreme to enforce the provisions of sections 16 through of this article if the suit is shall receive from the applicable unit of government his including reasonable at torneys fees incurred in main taining such Section The provisions for voter approval contained in sections 16 through of this article do not abrogate and are in addition to other provisions of the constitution requiring voter approval to incur bonded in debtedness and to authorize cer tain The provisions contained in sections 16 through in of this article are self enforcing that the general assembly may enact laws implementing such provisions which are not in consistent with the purposes of said uvcii ui f or pleaded nplo contendereto any acquisition of property for illegal gambling activity and for the ad g is of good moral ministration of the laws per 4 Any any officer or taming and for no other director of any firm or cor The moneys and funds of and any partner of any the conservation commission partnership renting or leasing to a from the sales licensed organization any equip ment or premises for use in game shall meet all of the qualifications of paragraph 3 ex cept Bubparagraph V and use taxes provided for in hereof shall also be used by the conservation department of to make payments to counties for the unimproved vnlux of UnH for nine known as Sections and Section Property taxes and other local taxes and state taxation and spending may not be increased above the limitations specified herein without direct voter approval as provided by this The state is prohibited from requiring any new or expanded activities by counties and other political subdivisions without full state or from shifting the tax burden to counties and other political sub A provision for emergency conditions is established and the repayment of voter approved bonded in debtedness is Im plementation of this section is specified in sections 17 through of this Section As used in sections 16 through 24 of Article X 1 Total state revenues in cludes all general and special license and ex cluding federal as defined in the budget message of the governor for fiscal year Total state revenues shall exclude the amount of any credits based on actual tax liabilities or the im puted tax components of rental but shall include the amount of any credits not related to actual tax Personal income of Missouri is the total income received by persons in Missouri from all as defined and officially reported by the United States Department of Commerce or its successor 3 General price level means the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers for the United or its successor as defined and of ficially reported by the United States Department of or its successor Section There is hereby established a limit on the total amount of taxes which may be im posed by the general assembly in any fiscal year on the taxpayers of this Effective with fiscal year and for each fiscal year the general assem bly shall not impose taxes of any kind together with all other revenues of the federal funds exceed the revenue limit established in this The revenue limit shall be calculated for each fiscal year and shall be equal to the product of the ratio of total state revenues in fiscal year 19801981 divided by the personal income of Missouri in calendar year 1979 multiplied by the personal income of Missouri in either the calendar year prior to the calendar year in which ap propriations for the fiscal year for which the calculation is being or the average of personal income of Missouri in the previous three calendar whichever is For any fiscal year in the event that total state revenues ex be declared in accordance with this section prior to incurring any of the expenses which constitute the emergency The revenue limit may be exceeded only during the fiscal year for which the emergency is In no event shall any part of the amount representing a refund un der section 18 of this article be the subject of an emergency Section No expenses of state government shall be in curred in any fiscal year which ex ceed the sum of the revenue limit established in sections 18 and 19 of this article plus federal funds and any surplus from a previous fiscal Section The state is hereby prohibited from reducing the state financed proportion of the costs of any existing activity or service required of counties and other political A new ac tivity or service or an increase in the level of any activity or service beyond that required by existing law shall not be required by the general assembly or any state agency of counties or other political unless a state appropriation is made and disbursed to pay the county or other political subdivision for any increased Section Counties and other political subdivisions are hereby prohibited from levying any license or not authorized by charter or self enforcing provisions of the con stitution when this section is adopted or from increasing the current levy of an existing license or above that current levy authorized by law or charter when this section is adopted without the approval of the required majority of the qualified voters of that county or other political subdivision voting If the definition of the base of an existing license or is the maximum authorized current levy of taxation on the new base in each county or other political sub division shall be reduced to yield the same estimated gross revenue as on the prior If the assessed valuation of property as finally excluding the value of new construction and im increases by a larger percentage than the increase in the general price level from the previous the maximum authorized current levy applied thereto in each county or other political subdivision shall be reduced to yield the same gross revenue from existing adjusted for changes in the general price as could have been collected at the existing authorized levy on the prior assessed The limitations of this sec tion shall not apply to taxes im posed for the payment of principal and interest on bonds or other evidence of indebtedness or for the payment of assessments on con tract obligations in anticipation of PROPOSITION 11 Proponed by Initiative Petition Prohibits the operation of electrical power generating facilities utilizing nuclear unless federally approved sites eiist for permanent storaf e of spent fuel and other radioactive material an ticipated to be produced during the life ol the facility the owners or operators have posted a bond securing the cost of decommissioning the Provides penalty Does not apply to any aspect of a facility under the exclusive jurisdiction of a federal The cost to the state to implement this proposal would be contingent upon the number o applications filed and the scope and depth of the various hearings which would be conducted by the Public Service Com Be It Enacted By The People Of The State Of As Follows generating facility after public in which interested per sona shall be permitted to in tervene and participate as in accordance with statutes and regulations applicable to rate pursuant to Section The bond may be a cash bond or 8 bond guaranteed by a surety or sureties holding a currently effective certificate issued by the director of insurance authorizing it or them to do business in pursuant to Section Section This Act does not apply to any aspect of a facility over which an agency of the federal government has exclusive but applies to any un preempted aspect of a facility over which an agency of the federal government has nonexclusive Section Any cor receiver or other person owning or operating an electrical power generating facility in violation of any provision of this or who knowingly submits false in formation in any cer tificate or bond required by this shall be deemed guilty of a and upon con viction shall be punished by a fine of not less than or more than or by imprisonment for not more than one or both and each days violation shall constitute a separate Any receiver or other person who violates any provision of this Act is liable for a civil penalty of not more than for each recoverable in a civil suit brought by the Attorney General on behalf of the state in the county in which the facility is and each days violation shall constitute a separate The Attorney General may also in the same a suit for injunctive or other anpropriate relief against a threatened violation of this Any person who hat knowledge of a violation of an provision of this Act may serve a written demand upon the At torney General to prosecute a civil suit for penalties pursuant to sub section or to bring an action for injunctive or other appropriate reciting the facts upon which the demand is If the Attorney General fails to prosecute such a civil suit within Section No electrical power 30 days of receipt of such a generating facility utilizing the demanding person nuclear fission as the power may institute and prosecute such a source may be operated in this suit in the name of the and state after the effective date of this recover any onehalf unless thereof to be paid to such An acceptable site or sites and onehalf to be paid to the for the permanent storage of radioactive wastes from the No bond shall be required facility is capable of receiving upon the issuance of a permanent such and or temporary injunction pursuant The owners or operators of to subsection 2 or the electrical power generating Section No existing civil or facility have posted with the criminal remedy for any wrongful Public Service Commission a bond action shall be excluded or im to secure the anticipated cost of paired by this decommissioning the facility at Section The provisions of the end of its useful this Act are declared to be Section Radioactive and if any sen as the term is used in or phrase of this Act this means spent spent shall for any reason be held to be fuel and any radioactive invalid or unconstitutional on its material not recycled into fuel face or as such decision which may be a byproduct ol the recovery of fuel material from spent fuel or spent fuel Section A storage site shall be deemed acceptable for such storage as long as it is licensed by the United States government for the permanent storage of such It shall be deemed capable of receiving such wastes as long as there is on file with the Public Service Commission a currently effective notification in writing from the United States government that the site will ac cept for permanent storage all radioactive wastes anticipated to be generated by the fccility throughout its anticipated Such written notification must be renewed each and filed with the Public Service Commission on or before March to be effective not otherwise affect the validity nr application of this it being thelegislative inteiu that this Act shall stand not withstanding the invalidity ol any STATE OF MISSOURI Secretary of State Sifiititrv of State of State it hereby rirlify that the foregoing a true and pltltcopy of joint 11 HUM Joint Krsolution Constitutional Amendment 5 proposed In Initiative Petition and Proposition 11 proposed by Initiative Petition to be submitted to the voters ol the until the last day of February of Missmiri HI the next succeeding Klriliun to IKheld on I hi fourth day ill IN TKSTIMONY I hereunto set my hand and affix the Great Seal of the State of done at the City ol Jif 17th day ol SKAL Section The anticipated cost of decommissioning the facility at the end of its useful life shall in clude the cost of the which shall be en or mothballing of the Dismantling of the facility and disposal of the component I Hlslunition ii llh to a condition which is suitable tor unrestricted and Such other actions as may be required by Such cosU shall be determined JAMES K1RKPATRICK by the Public Service secretary Of state on application by the owner or ooeratnr of electrical power ;