Springfield Leader and Press from Springfield, Missouri (2024)

Deaths HELEN E.S. RUXTON Mrs. Helen E. Smith Ruxton, 80, of 1508 East Stanford, died at 11 p.m. Friday in Kimbrough Nursing Home after a four -year illness.

A resident here most of her life, she was a member of First and Calvary Presbyterian Church. Surviving are her husband, Robert Marionville; a daughter, Mrs. Jean Morton, 1508 East Stanford; a son, Richard Smith, St. Louis; two sisters, Mrs. W.

B. Bell, Springfield, and Mrs. Mary Elgin, Burbank, and two grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in Klingner Chapel with the Rev.

Curtis March officiating. Burial will be in Eastlawn Cemetery. MRS. VIRGINIA T. BENNETT Services for Mrs.

Virginia Turner Bennett, 61, Independence, will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday in George C. Carson and Sons Chapel, Independence, with burial in Mt. Washington Cemetery there. Mrs.

Bennett died Friday morning in an Independence hospital after a long illness. The widow of Howard F. Bennett, who died in February, she grew up in Springfield and was graduated from Drury College. Mrs. Bennett was a member of the First Christian Church, Independence, and the Independence Service League, Surviving are two daughters, Mrs.

Marty Lawrence, Lawrence, and Mrs. Mike Johnston. Summit, N.J.: a son. Dave, of Kansas City, and four grandchildren. MRS.

ONA ALMA DIXON Mrs. Ona Alma Dixon, 88, of 1606 North Rogers died in Cox Medical Center at 11:10 a.m. Saturday after a long illness. Mrs. Dixon, a native of Polk County, moved to Springfield in 1924.

She was a member of the Dale Street Baptist Church. She is survived by two sons, Lee, of 1523 North Willard and James of 923 North Oak Grove: a daughter, Mrs. Paul Stow, Strafford; nine grandchildren, and 13 greatgrandchildren. Services will be at 3 p.m. Monday in the Ralph Thieme Chapel with the Rev.

Bob Dasal officiating. Burial will be in Maple Park Cemetery. CAPT. ARTHUR G. PRICE Services for Capt.

Arthur G. (Rusty) Price, 27, Phoenix, formerly of Springfield, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Herman H. Lohmeyer Chapel, with pastor Vincent Will officiating. Burial will be in Na; tional Cemetery, with military rites to be performed at graveside by a unit from Fort Leonard Wood.

Capt. Price was killed at 1 a.m. Monday in a one-car accident at Graffenwehr, Germany, where he was stationed with the U. S. Army.

THOMAS D. DOBBS GROVE Thomas D. Dobbs, 78, died at 4:30 p.m. Friday in the Mountain Grove Nursing Home after a long illness. A retired farmer, he moved here 10 years ago from Douglas County.

Mr. Dobbs is survived by his wife, Emma; two daughters, Mrs. Freda Tate, Mountain Grove, and Mrs. Faye Gann, Galena; one foster son, Kenneth Hammons, Buffalo, lowa; five grandchildren and four great Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in the Stapp Chapel here, with burial in the New Hope Cemetery.

ELLA T. CURTISS Services for Ella T. Curtiss, 81, of 1235B Cherry, will be at 3 p.m. today in GormanScharpf-Abbott Chapel with the Rev. Fred Jackman officiating.

Graveside services will be held at 11:30 a.m. Monday in Hillcrest Cemetery, Fulton. She died Thursday morning in Cox Medical Center after a two-week illness. MISS OLIVE G. HADWEN AURORA Services for Miss Olive Grace Hadwen, 92, Aurora, will be at 2 p.m.

Monday in Crafton-Cantrell Chapel here with the Rev. Ralph Hand officiating. Burial will be in Old City Cemetery here. Miss Hadwen died at 3 a.m. Saturday in Aurora Community Hospital after a fiveweek illness.

She was a native of Bremen, and lived in Aurora the past 19 years. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church here. There are no immediate survivors. Contributions can be made to the First Presbyterian Church. Farm Leader Blames Labor for Food Costs OKLAHOMA CITY (UPI) Organized labor, not the farmer, has made major contributions to rising food 1 prices, Oklahoma Farm Bureau President Lewis Munn said, The AFL-CIO in declaring its refusal to load American wheat on ships bound for the Soviet Union is just trying to FBI Offering To Assist In Hoffa Hunt WASHINGTON (UPI) The FBI is offering assistance to "Michigan authorities in the hunt for former Teamsters president James R.

Hoffa, but can't conduct its own full-scale investigation until it receives some sign federal law has been violated, a spokesman said Saturday. "Legally right now this is nothing more than a missing person the 'FBI spokesman Said. "We're following this very, very closely, but as of now we are not conducting our own investigation." As usual. the FBI's crime laboratory in Washington and its huge criminal identification files are at the disposal of local and state police as they seek clues in the case. If needed.

FBI bureaus around the country can also help track down persons sought for questioning by Michigan police. Hoffa has not been seen or heard from since Wednesday. If Hoffa was kidnaped, the FBI could enter the case 24 hours after his family is contacted with a ransom demand. The spokesman said that under the "Lindbergh the FBI can assame that the victim was taken across state Hines 24 hours after the ransom demand eccurs. WASHINGTON (AP) 1 Ted Risenhoover, iatroduced a resolution that would make the square dance the patienal dance et the He said the Liof reports that pa patienal American DO August 4, Daily Record Magistrate Fire Alarms Fined for careless and imprudent driving were Theresa D.

Talty, 2711 Ellison Drive. $30: Lloyd E. Littlefield. 3134 West Roundtree. $27; Lonnie R.

Asher. Galena, $21: Deborah M. Hagar, Pleasant Hope, $21: Vickie R. Davis. 1515 Moore Road.

$41. Fined for speeding were Sarah B. Smith, Verona, $38; Billy D. Gautney. 3326 Southern Hills.

$31; Michael J. Hyman. 2157 North Douglas, $30: George Green, Indianapolis, $30: James K. Manning. Kansas City, $29; James W.

Lane. North Broadway, $34: Christopher L. Wilhoit. 2021 Roanoke, $29; Phillip Mark Owens, Aurora. $26.

Findley J. Goode. Montgomery City, $29; Robin L. Arment, 2156 West Centrai, $27: James J. Miller, Highlandville.

$28; Warren D. Taylor. 2909 East Walnut, $33; James J. Bowman. Carthage, $28: Don E.

Par mele, Theodosia. Larry B. Nicholson, Ash Grove, $38: Kenneth E. Ferguson, 2227 South $41. Shirley A.

Garothers, Ft. Worth. $36: Steven Eugene Kinney. Route 15. $35: Jane C.

Steven. Republic. $27; Bill Junior Moore. 3107 Round Tree. $29; Melody L.

Allen. Crane. $26: Theodore C. Johnson. Marshfield, $40: Deward A.

Galley, Neosho. $37; Cari R. Gergory, Pleasant Hope. $32. Peter Bradford Schuelzky, 2530 North Lyon.

$37: Vernon C. Copeland. Rogersville. $33: Manuel Darius King. Gainesville.

$34; Bob G. Bailey, Republic. $29: Daniel Everett Davidson, Dewitt. $32: Hellen L. Brooks.

St. Louts. $32: Ricky A. Seiner. Bolivar, $35: Willard F.

Washburn. Oklahoma: City, $28; Cloyle Baney, Nixa. $27, Marvin' D. Colborn. Willow Springs, Joseph R.

Keecher. Joplin. $30; Alex W. Kobylar, Chicago. IlL, $31: Randell L.

McConnell. Republic. $27; Gary M. King, Republic, $32: Woodrow Franklin, Marshfield, $38; Patrick Connors. Libertyville.

$34; Libby L. Michel. Aurora, $33; Cathy Jean Richman, West Plains, $30. Larry W. Butler, Route 5.

$41; Elmer D. Cass. Route 5, $31; Jerome Abbott. Rapid City, S.D.. $27; Rebert McDaniel, Lawton.

$39; Greogry W. Whitaker, 1511 East Snider. $29; Samie R. Parks, Claremore. $32; Thomas M.

Blevins, Oklahoma City, $36: Tom L. Wright, 1160 South Holland. $40: Kenneth Joseph Williams, Republic, $26. Fined for careless and imprudent driving were Robert J. Nicholson.

Ash Grove. $40: Donald R. Thurman, Aurora. $37: Virginia J. Underwood.

Rogersville. $21; Charles R. Keith, Ash Grove. $21. Fined for speeding were James Edward Jandreau.

Phoenix. $32: Heinz Gunter Floss. West LaFayette, $28; Eleanor R. Pratt. Phoenix, $32: Cheryl Ann Davis.

Rogersville. $31; Reagan W. Richardson, Harrisonville, $27: Robert Lee McDonald. Monett. $27: Gene A.

Langford. Canoga Park, $38: Karin I. Ker. Bolivar, $31. Nina Marie, Moore, Marshfield, $34: Patricia L.

Marshall. Kansas City, $31; John K. Evans. Golden City, $31; Charles J. Alles.

St. Louis, $28: John L. Becker, Route 9, $27; Susan D. Yencic, 1201 East Walnut, $38; Connie S. Draper.

Willard. $42; Ernie P. King. Clever. $36.

Terry Allen Krause, St. Louis. 827: Walter V. Beauchamp, Tulsa. $37; David W.

Hammons. Chadwick. $27: Larry Edward Borgman, Garden City, $26: Cecil McCradic. Route 5. $26; Robert Michael Barr.

Fair Grove. $28; Joe B. Grinder, Shell Knob, $28: Jerry L. Roberts. Pt.

Leonard Wood. $33. Jerry L. Garton, Fair Grove, $31: Clyde Lee Lorance, Lebanon, $31: Mearon T. Charlisle.

Detroit, $52: Wesley Wester. Willard, $28; Robert A. Miller, 2620 East Portland, $31: Calvin L. Fly, Aurora, $28; Alton Ray Moyers. Republic.

$31: Charles Kenneth Gray. 2608 West Monroe, $33. Eugene Jimmie Wiggins. Bakerstield. $29; Timothy F.

Thackaberry, Humans ville. $27: Gary L. Curtin. Mountain Grove. $33; Ruth E.

Dollins, Fair Grove, $26; Thomas E. Massie 2960 Ridgeview, $51: Carolyn S. Young, Rogersville, $29: Albert W. Borders, Billings, $28; Preston W. Hines.

Fair Grove. 327. Dona Kay Cotner, 3080 South Greenbrier. $37: Jerry Dean McBride, Seymour, $26, Roger Lee Young. 3017 West Grand.

$31: Robert L. Bailey. Jefferson City, $47: Charles F. Richmond. Milford, $31; Robert R.

Calhoun. Houston. $41: Alma Mae Gillespie, Overland Park, $32; Allen K. Shepard. Buffalo, $46; David A.

Coday. 825 South Devonshire, $27. Sheriff's Office Court Criminal Cases Bryan Cox, Route 7. reported theft of two money bags containing $711.50 and some checks from Kinney Amusem*nt Company. Greene County MM: 9:38 a.m.

Wednesday. Mrs. Raiph Stockstill. Route 4, reported theft of 260 gallons of gasoline from outside storage tank: 11:05 a.m. Wednesday.

A Route 1. Willard, resident complained that someone dumped a pile of trash on her property: deputies checked and advised her was on private property. not a road. so she would have to contact the prosecutor's office; 6:40 p.m. Thursday.

Mrs. Bobby L. Williams, 2710 North Fulbright, reported theft of motorcycle: 1 p.m. Thursday. Livestock Report KANSAS CITY (AP) Compared with last week's close.

Cattle: Choice slaughter steers and heifers 1.00 2.00 lower but good and low choice 1.00 to fully 4.00 lower. Slaughter cows 2.00 3.00 Jower. Feeder cattle very uneven. choice 600 700 lb yearlings steady to 1.00 higher, but other steers weak to 2.00 lower. Choice 800 708 lb feeder heifers near steady but others weak to fully 2.00 lower.

Slaughter steers small showing high choice and prime choice and prime 1050-1250 lb 49.56- 50.00: choice 950 1135 lb 47.00 49.00. Slaughter heifers mostly choice 825 1000 lb 44.00 48.00: mixed good and choice 900 925 1b 40.00 44.00. Slaughter cows utility and commercial 18.00 21.50. higher dressHE 22.00 22.80. Feeder steers and steer calves high good and low choice.

385 405 lb 28.00 30.30; high good and choice 540. 600 1b 30.00 33.00; choice 500 700 lb yearlings 33.00 35.00; choice and some prime 200 800 lb rather thin to fleshy 33.00 36.00. Prime 700 lb 36.40 sparingly; fleshy and partly fattened 800 008 15 34.90 35.90 with 922 -1025 lb 36.00 37.30. Feeder heifers and heifer calves and low choice thin 370 450- lb 14.00 high good and mostly choice 600 16 thin and moderately fleshed 15.00 29.00. Sheep: Slaughter lambs lower but slaughter held steady.

Spries lambs choice and mostly prime: 180-110 choice and prime and 1 36.90 Choice Sows 1-3 550 34 at Wedding Die As Boat Capsizes RAWALPINDI, Pakistan (UPI) Thirty four members a wedding party drowned Saturday when their boat cap. in rale-swe Mangal Lake in Pakistani Kashmir, 70 southeast here, officlala said. Officials said there were persona on the best, which overloaded. Sunday News Leader PIERCE INFANT MT. VERNON Graveside services for Christina Lynn Pierce, infant daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Charles Pierce, Warrensburg, will be at 10 a.m. Monday at the Mt. Vernon 100F Cemetery with the Rev. Roy Jerrell officiating.

The child, born July 30 in a -Warrensburg hospital, died early Saturday morning in Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City. A hospital spokesman said an autopsy was planned. Other survivors include her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Brakemeyer, Route 1, Mt.

Vernon and her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pierce, Mt. Vernon. Arrangements are under direction of Max L.

Fossett Funeral Home here. MRS. SARAH M. HAMBY Mrs. Sarah Mae Hamby, 93, of 536 East Monroe, died at 5:25 a.m.

Saturday at her home after a long illness. A native of Cairo, she had lived in Springfield since 1923 and was a member of First Baptist Church, the Alathean Ladies Sunday School Class, and Royal Neighbors' Lodge. Surviving are three sons, Carl, of 2293 Meadowview, Ray, of 4791 Roslyn, and Albert, of Harahan, a brother, Jackson, of Cairo; four grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in the Ralph Thieme Chapel with the Rev.

T. T. Crabtree officiating. Burial will be in Hazelwood Cemetery. REV.

W.E. CRAIN Services for the Rev. W.E. Crain, 71, Heritage Towers, will be at 1 p.m. Monday in the Elliott-Gentry Chapel, Cabool, with the Rev.

Allen Ledbetter officiating. Burial will be in Rock Prairie Cemetery, Polk County. The family will be at the chapel this afternoon. Mr. Crain, died at 5 p.m.

Friday in St. John's Hospital after a long illness. Formerly of Texas County where he served several area churches, Mr. Crain was an ordained Free Will Baptist Church minister. Mr.

Crain also worked as a salesman for Missouri Home Life Insurance Co. for 21 vears. Surviving are his wife, Dorothy; two sons, Gene and Clifton, both of Springfield; three daughters, Mrs. Pauline Wilbanks, Peace Valley, Mrs. Iodine Strader, Springfield, and Mrs.

Joy Bever, Springfield; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Neasha Cantrell, Albuquerque, N.M.; one sister, Mrs. Rosetti Grogan, Willow Springs; 19 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. JOHN W. HARTVILLE Services for John W.

(Jack) Hartville, 59, of 1907 North Colgate, will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Ayre-Goodwin Chapel with the Rev. Kingsley Whitsett officiating. Burial will be in Barren Creek Cemetery, west of Bolivar. Mri Hartville died at 12:30 p.m.

Saturday in Cox Medical Center after a long illness. He was a retired welder and a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Surviving are his wife, Betty; and a son, Kelly of 1306 North Jefferson. The family will be at the chapel from 7-8 p.m. today.

DEBRA KAY MILLER Services for Debra Kay Miller, 13, Route 4, will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Klingner Chapel. Burial will be in White Chapel Cemetery. The teen-ager was killed early Friday in a one-vehicle accident six miles west of the city, when she lost control of the four-wheel drive vehicle she was driving, was thrown out, and the vehicle overturned on her. MRS.

JAMES OWENS Mrs. Ethel Tolliver Owens. 67, of 1543 St. Charles, died at 8:15 a.m. Saturday in St.

John's Hospital after a short illness. She had lived here the past 11 years, coming to Springfield from London, Ky. She a member of the First Baptist Church and the Order of the Easters Star. Surviving anaband, James a Mrs. Laddie Bethany four brothers, Telliver, Tolliver, Reck Face, Telliver, Ky, and three grandchildren.

Memorial donations may be made to the Heart Association. Arrangements will be nounced by MRS. NOAH MOORE HARTVILLE Services for Mrs. Amandy L. Moore, 74, Hartville, will be at 2 p.m.

Monday in Wood Chapel here with the Rev. R.L. Cox officiating. Burial will be in Steele Memorial Cemetery here. Mrs.

Moore, a lifelong Wright County resident, died at 8 p.m. Friday in Mansfield Community Hospital after a long illness. Survivors include her husband, Noah; and a sister, Mrs. Adeline Lasster, state of MRS. CLAUD BOONE, OZARK Mrs.

Zella M. Boone, 70, Ozark, died at 9:40 a.m. Saturday in St. John's Hospital, Springfield, after a short illness. She was the wife of Christian County Probate-Magistrate Judge Claud W.

Boone. Mrs. Boone was a native of Gamaliel, and moved here in 1948. She had also lived several years at Gainesville. She was a member of the First Christian Church here, the Eastern Star, Psi Psi Psi, and the Modern Seekers.

Besides her husband, survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Mary Ann Heard, Ozark; four sisters, Miss Edna, Newberry and Mrs. Aliene Melton, both of Chickasha, Miss Elsie Newberry, Oklahoma City, and Mrs. Lucille Malone, Mountain View; four brothers, C.H., of Hollister, Cleon and Hubert, both of Chickasha, and D.F., of Houston, and two grandchildren. Arrangements will be announced by Harris of Ozark.

REV. ROY F. JONES LEBANON Services for the Rev. Roy F. Jones, 69, Lebanon, will be at 2 p.m.

Monday at Sunny View Free Will Baptist Church here with the Revs. Joe Fulkerson and Edward Ruble officiating. Burial will be in New Home Cemetery near Falcon under direction of Holman of Lebanon. Mr. Jones, a lifelong Laclede County resident and retired minister, died at 5:30 a.m.

Saturday in Wallace-Rowden Hospital here after a long illness. Surviving are a son, Kenneth, of Tulsa, eight daughters, Mrs. Betty Paul, Mrs. Helen Tyre, Mrs. Maxine Thomas, Mrs.

Mildred' Blanton, and Mrs. Linda Cox, all of Tulsa, Mrs. Marie Henson and Mrs. Ida Shivers, both of Lebanon, and Mrs. Ruby Gammons, Richland; six brothers, the Revs.

Glen and Buren, Orville, and LaVern, all of Lebanon, Leaford, of Litchfield, and Uriah, of West Plains; a sister, Mrs. Wilma Roberts, Lebanon; 23 grandchildren and seven greatgrandchildren. MRS. ROSA SMITH WAYNESVILLE Services for Mrs. Rosa A.

Smith, 88, El Monte, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Buckhorn Baptist Church here with the Revs. Don Martin and Floyd Barlow officiating. Burial will be in Antioch Cemetery near Crocker, under direction of MossWilliams. Friends may call at the funeral home from noon to 9 Monday.

Mrs. Smith died at 12:05 p.m. Friday in El Monte after a long illness. Surviving are two sons, Thurman, of Waynesville, and Herman, of El Monte; four daughters, Mrs. Fern Barton, El Monte, Mrs.

Marie Carmack, Waynesville, Mrs. Beulah Davidson, Desert Hot Springs, and Mrs. Evelyn Routh, Crocker; seven grandchildren, nine greatgrandchildren and eight greatgreat-grandchildren. MRS. ELMER RANEY MOUNTAIN GROVE Funeral services for Mrs.

Grace R. Raney, 71, of Norwood, will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Norwood Baptist Church with the Revs. Larry Baney and Al Hanusch officiating. Burial will be in Thomas Cemetery under direction of Craig Hurtt Hutsell Funeral Home of Mountain Grove.

Mrs. Raney died at 9:55 a.m. Friday at St. John's Springfield following an extended illness. Survivors include her husband, Elmer of the home; three daughters, Mrs.

Lola Faye Hylton of Klamath Falls, Ores Mrs. Pansy Lemus of Anaheim. Calll. and Mrs. Sanders of Mountain brothers, Silas of Chula Vista, Catit.

Mrs. Eva. Sheres of Norwood: two grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. Mra. Raney was a member of the Norwood Baptist Church.

The family will be at the funeral bome from 1 to 4 p.m. Marriage Licenses Issued Emanuel David Earwood. 21. of 2345 North East Street, and Ruth Harriet Schoormaker. 22, of 3230 North Grant.

Glen Huel Powell. 26, of Elkland, and -Mary Louise Buente. 22. Warrensburg. Dennis Paul Pryor, 25.

Ponca City. Okla. and Connie Jean Crump. 22. of 1040 East Clem.

Paul Neil Foster. 19. of 933 West Madison, and Judith Ann Brake, 17. of 1020 North Fulbright. Police Calls Hugh Pinegar, reported theft of $159 citizens band radio from truck parked at 510 Sherman, 3 p.m.

Tuesday. Gary Draper, 1441 East Crestview. reported theM of $230 CB radio from car. 3:50 p.m. Tuesday, A 35-year-old man on South Ventura reported his wife was talking on phone when she saw youth standing at rear of house with his shorts down to his ankles and a wide grin on his face.

1:45 a.m. Tuesday. Going outside, the man then saw another youth standing with pants down to knees. Both youths fled. Carl Starbuck.

Marionville, reported theft of CB radio from truck at 1930 North Glenstone, 3:35 a.m. Tuesday. Carol Smith of Mac's Bar. 210 South Campbell, reported rocks thrown through two large windows. 10:24 a.m.

Tuesday. Jim Winfrey, 3266 South Dayton. reported theft of CB and police scanner radios valued at $355 from car in 600 block Cherry, 12:55 p.m, Tuesday. Larry Patterson, 1602 South Oak Grove. reported theft of $230 CB radio from car.

9:10 a.m. Tuesday. Arlis Snyder reported vandals entered Doling Park concession stand, dumped 10 gations of syrup on floor. opened sack of sugar, emptied fire extinguisher there and also in arcade. 8:20 a.m.

Tuesday, Bob Bowers reported breakin at Tom Watkins Park concession stand with loss undetermined, 8:30 a.m. Tuesday. Mabel Neal. 1536 West Atlantic. reported theft of meat and other food from refrigerator.

8:10 a.m. Tuesday. Carolyn Johnson. Leawood. Kan, reported theft of $250 citizens band radio from car at 2032 South Cedarbrook, 11:55 a.m.

Thursday. Larry Griffith. 821 South Avenue, reported theft of $180 CB radio from car. 8:40 a.m. Thursday.

Sidney Hedges. 722 East Elm, reported theft of $120 tape player from car. 1:40 p.m. Thursday. Art Griffin, 2145 West Central, reported theft of 6 cans of motor oil and a box of tools from Car.

12:10 p.m. Thursday. Wayne Cook, Route 3, reported theft of $300 paint sprayer from shed, 12:10 p.m. Thursday, Jochelyn Dyke. 500 East Elm.

reported theft of clothing and stereo tapes valued at $284 from car, 11 a.m. Thursday. Rex Wright. owner of Interstate Battery Company. 1326 West Kearney, reported theft of money from cigarette machine and several pairs of gloves, 7:10 a.m.

Thursday. Joe Bybee, operator of service station' at 1800 West Kearney, reported theft of $50, 8:10 a.m. Thursday. ported finding 1967 Yamaba motorcycle Greg McEntire. 701 East Boyer, rein brush in 700 block East Kearney, 11:20 a.m.

Thursday. Police said machine was owned by Johnnie Gerke. Pilot Grove, and had been stolen and wrecked. L. Herde.

North Little Rock. Ark. reported theft of $100 CB radio from car at 2230 Inglewood. 10:48 a.m. Thursday.

M. W. Brandhorst, 524 West Swan, reported theft of $129 CB radio frem car. 7:45 a.m. Thursday.

Mrs. C. W. Britton, 1910 North Grant, reported theft of $125 CB radio from car. noon Thursday.

Shannon Koonce, 2218 West Bodeb, reported theft of 1975 Harley Davidson motorcycle, 2:15 a.m. Thursday, A 39-year-old Muskogee, woman was treated at Cox Medical Center. 1 a.m, Thursday, after she reportedly was struck by husband at a motel in Springfield. Two guns were confiscated by police and the man, arrested on suspicion of felonious assault, WAS released pending further investigation. R.

W. Wood. Route 2. Marshfield. reported theft of $140 CB radio from car in 2500 block South Campbell.

10:45 p.m. Wednesday. Picket at Ramey Market. 1445 West Kearney, reported store official put paper in coin slot of pay phone outside store entrance after pickets had been using it. 4:55 p.in.

Thursday. Store assistant manager said harassing calls had been received and phone company gave permission for the paper to be placed in the slot until the phone can be removed. Mrs. P. J.

LeFevre. 2851 East Covington Circle, reported theft of tools valued at 899 from garage, 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Roland Grover. 817 East Normal. reported pellet from gun entered open door of his truck and bounced around in cab, while vehicle was parked at home, 7:05 a.m.

Wednesday A neighbor, Bruce Howard, 811 East Normal, reported window in house. broken by another pellet. Employe at Ramey's Market. 1445 West Kearney, reported large window broken. 7 a.m.

Wednesday. S. L. Scott. 2313 Kellett.

reported theft of tire and tools from motor home. 10 a.m. Wednesday. Federal Court Bankruptcy Petitions Glenda Darlene Causey, unemployed. of 2601 West Page.

lizts debts of $3716.26 and assets of $1139.75. Kenton Harold Murphy, a truck driver. and Wanda Joan Murphy, unemployed. both of 1123 South Bruce, list debts of $21.372.25 and assets of $17,620. Glenn Marvin Simmons and Linda Alice Simmons.

both unemployed. both of Route: 1. list debts of $24.033.58 and assets of 18830. William Ray Miller, a cab driver. and Victoria Ruth Miller, unemployed.

both of 2331 North Lexington. list debts of $6353.83 and assets of $451. Henry Van McCoy. a salesman. of 724 South Campbell, lists debts of $6087.76 and assets of $1060.

2526 Johnny West Carol Grand. Evans, lists: a. laborer, debts of $61.594.90 and assets of $595. Kenneth Alvin Underhill, a salesman. of Route 11.

lists debts of $4396 and assets of 117. Gene Herbert Marshall, a real estate salesman, of 2101 East Kim. lists debts el $29.906.48 and assets of 1250. Billy Jack Douty, a produce manager. of Everton.

a Chapter 13 wage earners plan. listing debts of $5816.12 Civil Cases Stewart Paint Manufacturing Minnesota, against C.W. Roberts Construction Colorado. and others. dismissed after out of court stipulation.

Richard and Bonnie I Williams. Springtteld, against Kelly-Springfield Tire dismissed after -court stipulation. Campbell 68 Express. Inc. and others against the Interstate Commerce Commission and Jones Truck Lines, dismissed atter parties stipulated an out-of-court agreement Circuit Court Civil Cases John Ford Young, against Paula of marriage Credit- Corporation, Charles Plan, by stipula State Farm Tile Company, Gra- County Jail Dissolution of Marriages Grass fires Thursday at Patterson and Rockhurst.

10:11 a.m.: 1135 East Commercial. 5:01 p.m. Firemen assisted mobile coronary care unit Thursday al 2803 West Madison. 4:19 p.m. Minor damage resulted from basem*nt entry fire in apartment house at 1045 East Walnut after propane torch was used to burn paint from wall.

5:40 p.m. Thursday. Oven flared. 1722 Cherry. 9:04 p.m.

Thursday. Car fire, 2600 North Benton, 2:05 p.m. Friday. Stove fire. 757 East Greenwood.

5:15 p.m. Friday. Skillet fire on stove. 2503 South Weaver. 5:46 p.m.

Friday. Firemen assisied fire department ambulance. 735 North Brown. 6:30 p.m. Friday.

City Utilities NEW RESIDENTS Kip G. Dillow, to 2053 South Ingram Mill. from Anna. Ill. Herb J.

Eads, to 919 South Jefferson from Jefferson City, Joseph 0. Hajicek. to 2015 South Eureka Terrace, from Lincoln. Neb. J.

Gregg Hoffenkamp. to 830 East Walnut, from Villa Park. Ill. Carl J. Tooton, to 1330 North Jefferson.

from St. Charles. Jerry W. Hudson, to 848 West Whiteside, from Kansas City. Bryan G.

Lawrence, to. 1158 South Glenn, from Washburn. Gary T. Nelins. to 1012 South Pickwick, from Fayetteville, Ark.

Lance E. Overbeck. to 1933 East Belmont, from St. Louis. G.

Grover Pickel, to 611 East Normal. from Branson. Ron F. Sunderland. to 1920 East Walnut.

from Kansas City. Albert R. Terhune, to 2557 West Brower, from Port Richey, Fla. Kenneth H. Tharp, to 756 North Hillcrest.

from Niangua. Richard B. House. to 1101 West Edgewood. from San Jose.

Calif. Bob F. Hudson. to 1510 South Orland. from Mt.

Vernon. John D. Kubicek, to 1159 South National. from Rolla. Judith A.

Marsh. to 811 North Cedarbrook. from Greenfleid. Willard N. Napper, to 733 Mumford.

from Burea. Ohio. Peggy J. Palser. to 1003 East Cherry, from Big Springs.

Nebr. Linton: J. Thomason. to 841 East Battlefield, from Strafford. William C.

Tweedy. to 3105 South Lochlomond. from Arcadia, Calif. Allison, Tony to 1003 East Battiefield. from Flemington.

Barrett, Ada to 2120 South Ingram Mill. from Phillipsburg. Byler. Kevin James, to 1461 East Trafficway, from St. Louis, Clemence.

Doug Roy, to 4461 South Roanoke, from Manhattan, Kan. Furguson, Dave Charles. to 812 West Downing. from San Antonio, Tex. Ingulia, Mildred Alice, to 811 North Cedarbrook, from Waynesville.

Jansen. Charles Robert, to 439 East Elm. from Denver. Colo. Kocher.

J. to 2647 East Normal Court, from Wichita. Kan. Koppler, Dolt Leon. to Route 8.

from Earlysville, Va. Lowry. Carolyn Jean, to 610 West Harrison, from Nevada. Mason. Roger Allen.

to 625 East Monroe, frem Point Lookout. Middaugh, Bill to 1727 West Catalpa, from Kansas City. Oyier, E. to 2126 East Lakewood, from Chatham. Ill.

Pinzino. Jim to 2149 East Sunshine. from St. Joseph. Purvis, Doris Elaine, to 3737 West Hwy, 266, from Ames, lewa.

Sims. Ronnie Stephen, to 821 North Lone Pine. from Amarillo. Tex. Smallwood.

Charles Walter, to 2149 East Sunshine, from Kansas City. Smotryski. John David, to 1707 South Roanoke, from Eagle River. Alaska. Tweet, Brian Michael.

to 1320 West Normal. from Crestwood. White. Charles Wesley, to 501 East Edgewood. from Starkville.

Miss. Wilkerson. Bill Ray, to 499 North Fulbright, from Republic. Wynn. Monelee, to 1060 East Blaine, from Plotrack.

N. C. Otis A. Cook. to 4035 South Hooper, from Ava.

Walter C. Elliott, to 2160 North East. from Independence. Kan. Rudolpk D.

Grechus, to 851 South Fremont, from Butler. Jill A. Gregory, to 2120 Ingram Mill. from Hartville. Virginia R.

Harris, to 754 South Grant. from Aurora. Mary L. Henry. to 517 North Belview.

from Lockwood. Charlotte N. Hopton. to 1837 North Golden. from Berryville, Ark.

Robert B. Jackson. to 525 North Belview, from Walnut Grove. Lloyd B. Johnston.

10 1013 East Battlefield. from Concordia. Kan. Mark A. Monian, to 2015 North Columbia.

from Buffalo. Greg Poindexter, to 4062 West Hialeah, from Pleasant Hope. Denis G. Spraif, to 2831 East Untversity, from Kansas City. Norman R.

Aldrich, to 2104 East Cardinal, from Phoenix, Ariz. Marsha A. Applegate, to 2215 North Howard. from Strafford. Ronnie R.

Dunn, to 2824 North Pierce. from Brookline. Kevin Fields, to 529. East Tampa. from St.

Louis. Andrew J. Franz. to 2531 South Brandon. from St.

Louts. Marlin J. Guin. to 835 West Woodlawn. from Camp Pendleton.

Callf. Joe D. Hamilton, to 2329 South Clay, from Houston, Tex. Verble M. Hughes, to 3737 West Highway 266, from Willard.

Lorene B. Maples. to 719 SoutH Forest. from Ava. Darrell D.

Murphy, to 2010 South Ingram Mill. from Arnoid. Milton L. Murray. Jr.

to 1421 North Campbell. from Tempie Tex. John B. O'Nell, to 1872 East Camino Alto. from Independence.

David R. Ross, to 3411 South Scenic. from Tallahassee. Fla. Ronald L.

Stewart. to 1007 West Morningside from Bilings. Marilyn J. Stoehner, to 1228 East Belmont, from St. Louis.

Calvin. E. Stoops. to 901 South Wildan. from Republic.

Rick G. Taylor, to 1017 South Newton. from Strafford. Judy L. Wicker.

to 919 South Jefferson. from Marrero, La Phillip A. Wunder, to 1230 North Summit. from Durham. N.

G. Adams. Donald Lee. 14 1135 North Hilicrest. from Strafford.

Atkinson, James Floyd. to 1521 North Farmer. from Republic. Badger, Wayne 10 2627 West Wainut, from St. John.

New Brenswick. Bowlin. Kenneth to 2238 North Ramsey, from Tulsa, Okla. DeLuca, James C. 10 2507 East Atlantic.

from Pittsburg. Leubbert, Mark Richard. to 2120 South Ingram from Marshfield. Mahaffey. Charles Lee, to 1224 West Huchland, from Altas Air Force Base.

Okla, MaJor. John Allen. to -1623 East Mc Daniel. from Fairmont. Kan.

Marti, Kurene George, to 1342 Bouth Raintree Place, from. Sabetha, Kan. Pugh David Lewis, to 2041 East Kansas 2411 South Richard to from clasp. wed David Hover. from Brooks Granted Raeann Powers.

petitioner. and Clell Glen Powers, respondent, dissolution of marriage granted. Daniel R. Parker, petitioner, and Karen Jean Parker, respondent, dissolution of marriage granted, respondent's former name. Gilley, restored.

Petitions. Fled Alice Florette Robbins, petitioner, ano, Lawrence Euzene Robbins, respondent. Bessie Louise Wilson, petitioner, and William Wilson, respondent. Harold E. Belcher and Linda J.

Belcher. both petitioners. Louie Hubert Smith. petitioner. and, Ruby B.

Smith. respondent. Donna Louise Samons, petitioner, and Charles Bural Samons, respondent. Bernice Marie Higgins, petitioner, and Dana B. Higgins, respondent.

Maxine Johnson. petitioner. and John Johnson, respondent. Births To Mr. and Mrs.

Timothy Williams. 1221 East Scott, a boy, 12:50 a.m.. July 30. St. John's.

(Correction) To Mr. and Mrs. Billy Hilburn. Route 2, a giri, 6:06 p.m. July 31, St.

John's. To Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Newsom. Seymour.

a boy. 1:43 a.m.. Aug. 1. St, John's.

To Mr. and Mrs. Norris Zook. 3126 West Madison. a boy, 9:14 a.m., July 31.

Cox. To Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Curtis, 1334 East Cozy, a girl. 9:56 a.m..

July 31. Cox. To Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Plank.

Nixa, girl. 10:48 p.m.. July 31, Cox. To Mr. and Mrs.

Ronnie Polodna. Brookline, a girl. 4:12 p.m.. July 31. Cox.

To Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rhea. 3201 West Dennison. a girl.

3:15 p.m.. July 31, Cox. To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cole.

2229 East Swallow. a girl, 5:39 p.m., July 31. Cox. Auto Accidents divert attention from continually rising labor costs which are a major factor in retail food prices, he said in a weekend press release. farmer receives only 42.8 cents of every dollar spent on actual food.

The remainder goes for labor, taxes, transportation and processing rapidly inflationary items," he said. the resolution is an attempt to fool American consumers," he said. Organized labor has no business determining or acting upon the U.S. export-import trade policy, he said. "In denying U.S.

farmers access to world markets for their bumper 1975 crops, the labor unions, with their burdensome, overbearing demands, are detrimental to the economic health of our nation which is so dependent on farm exports to bolster our balance of payment and to help pay for the soaring costs of oil imports," he said. He said, "farmers have a right to depend on the world markets for a part of their livelihood just like the labor unions Health Problems For Archbishop? JERUSALEM (UPI) Greek Catholic sources Saturday said imprisoned Archbishop Hilarion Capucci was suffering from a slipped disc and chest troubles. They could not confirm reports in Jordanian newspapers that the convicted gunrunner was on a hunger strike, but they said he was being deprived of needed medical care. They said two doctors reccommended X-rays, medication and a possible operation two weeks age, but authorities at Ramich prison had done nothing. The Israeli newspaper Ye dioth Tuesday said Capucei, 52, told a reporter, "I feel well and have no complaints.

Capucci, bead of the Melkite church Jerusalem, convicted last year of smuggllate Israel for use by G. M. Speer: 825 East Stanford. cited on complaint of failure to yield right-ofway to car driven by Pamela Groves. 1025 North Johnston, at Sunshine and Kimbrough.

8:50 a.m. Thursday. R. C. Reynolds, Route 1.

Bolivar. cited on complaint of driving with defective signal light after colliding with car driven by E. -0. Haunt. 625 East Glenwood, at Grant and lidereen.

6 p.m. Thursday. Barbara Brashears. Route 2. Strafford.

cited on complaint of failure to yield right-of-way to car driven by K. L. Spradlin, 1633 East Lombard, at Glenstone and Dale. 3:35 p.m. Thursday, Roger S.

Woods, 23. Route 1. Fair Grove, cited on complaint of intoxicated driving after truck jumped. curb and broke traffic sign at Kearney and Glenstone. 5:55 p.m.

Thursday. L. T. Kilmer. Grovespring, and W.D.

Johnson. Route 2. Willard. cited on complaints of following too closely after their cars and auto driven by Patricia Ferguson. 421 Cherry, collided in 600 block North Glenstone, 3.

p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Ferguson was treated for minor injuries at Cox Medical Center. H.

J. Flood, 1913 East Monroe, cited on complaint of following too closely after colliding with car driven by Sharot Culbertson. 3737 South Glenstone, in 1300 block South National. 4:40 p.m. Thursday.

Jesste Willard. Lebanon. cited 90 complaint of failure to yield right-of-way to car driven by Shirley Fravel. Route 1. Willard.

at Campbell and Sunshine. 2:30 p.m. Thursday. Car driven by Scout 1007 North Fremont, struck utility pole when tire blew out. St.

Louis and McAllister. 1:45 p.m. Thursday, Car left scene after knocking car driven by J. M. Turner, 2365 South National.

into car driven 'by David Champ, 1500 West Grand, at National and East Traffieway, 1 p.m. Thursday. Darlene Cunningham, Route 3, Strafford. cited on complaint of failure to yield right-of-way to car driven by C. W.

Andrews. 5407 Riverview, at Battlefield and National. 7:50 a.m, Thursday. M. S.

Terry. Kansas City, eited bIt complaint of failure to yield right-of-way to car driven by S. H. Shapeltzer. 2379 East Berkeley.

in 1000 block East Monroe, neon Thursday, Car left scene after colliding with auto driven by Glenda Demaris. 2745 East Bennett. at Cherry and Belview. 6:30 a.m. Thursday.

Police said same auto hit tree in 2200 block Cherry before hitting the woman's vehicle. Car driven by Ruth West Kerr, struck parked truck owned by H. H. Moore. 413 Woodridge.

In 400 block West Woodridge, 7:15 p.m. Wednesday. Roberta Smith. 1906 Meiville Road. cited on complaint of failure to yield right-of-way to car driven by Sylvene Kleeman.

Route 6, in 700 block West Kearnes. 2:50 p.m Wednesday. G. E. Revelle, 1312 West Normal.

cited on complaint of following too closely after colliding with car driven by Pendergraft, 2425 South Grant. in 200 block East Grand, 11:15 a.m. Wednesday. Truck driven by C. D.

Baston. 1312 South Fort. and car driven by T. L. Jones.

620 Highland. collided In 300 block West Grand. 5.10 p.m. Wednesday. John McKinzie.

1442 East Blaine. cited on improper turn complaint after colliding with car driven by V. A. Decker. Route 1.

Strafford. in 1400 block North Jefferson, 2:40 p.m. Wednesday, J. A. Wilson.

1115 Arlingion. cited on complaint of following too closely after colliding with car driven by C. R. Reid. Route 3.

talnut Grove, In 1400 block North Glenstone, 9:10 p.m. Wednesday. Karen Moore. 1016 South Overhill, cited on complaints of failure to yield tant-of-way and driving with learner's permit without licensed passenger after colliding with car driven K. R.

Hough. 2463 South Westwood, at Grant and Ildereen. 1:15 p.m. Wednesday. F.

R. Holderby. Aurora, cited on complaint of failure to yield right-of-way to car driven by T. R. Kyger, 1267 South Golden in 600 block North Jefferson.

11:50 a.m. Wednesday Evangeline Tribble. Everton. cited on Improper passing complaint after colliding with truck driven by F. K.

Adamson. Route L. Mansfield, at Kearney and U.S. 160. 12:45 p.m.

Wednesday, Carole Thomas, Route 2. Ozark. cited on complaint of failure to yield right-ofway to car driven by S. A. Hailey, 1620 East Grand.

at Battlefield and Delaware, 12:05 p.m. Wednesday. Truck driven by Helen Thimesch, Route 2. Rogersville, and car driven by Patricia Day. 1633 North Clay, collided in 500 block St.

Louts, 11:50 a.m. Wednesday. Cars driven by L. E. Offutt.

Jr. 2229 College, and G. A. Young, 1020 South Ferauson. In 2200 block Collexe, 11:25 a.m, Wednesday.

Car driven by James Alexander, 2012 East Woodlend, struck no parking sign and corner post when he apparently fainted from heat while driving in 400 block South Grant. 3:55 p.m. Wednesday. Theresa Ann Bade. Route 5.

cited on improper turn complaint after colliding with car driven by Opal Pauline Burton. 2316 North Fort. at Jefferson 2pd Chestnut Expressway. 11:52 a.m. Friday.

Charies Wesley King. 707 South West Avenue, cited on complaint of failure to yield the right-of way to car driven by Nellie Ines Jackson, 1581 South Golden, at State and Golden, 7:01 a.m. Friday. Kathryn A. James.

2178 West Village, ched on complaint of following too closely after colliding with car driven Gladys J. NicKee. 1214 East Stanal Glenstone and Sunshine. 2:15 p.m. Friday.

Michael H. 1280. cited on of to yield the rishk-of-way car driven by Lloyd Clevencer. North Park. at Kearney Grant.

13:11 p.m. Friday, by Kathy Chick. 1259 South WWw en E. Sholiner. 1435 East in the 300 block South p.m.

Friday. Orion T. Genuns. 1101 East Delmar. cited on complaint of faiture to yield the to car.

driven by John Rodney Me Kenate. 1301 North Campbell, in block South Campbell. 1:0 am. Friday. F.

Route Fair Grove. cited Improper turn after car driven Lay L. Sorrel, North Gram Chestnut Friday. No. Sexton Weaver from Harrison.

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