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1-xJu!iX3V I SEPTEMBER 6, 1992. BEARS LOSE , j 1 I ; i I - I T Y Springfield . Springfield, Missouri $1.50 Performing arts center opening Friday : W Tr fs SMwWiime On1F An in-depth look at the 2,200-seat high-tech Jua-nita K. Ham-mons Hall for the Performing Arts. By Bil Tatum The News-Leader When the lights go down Friday night and "Fanfare for Brass and Percussion" comes up from the stage at Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing .Arts, emotions may run high for Enoch Morris. -"A lOt Of Pe0- '., -r - pie and not only me are going to be pretty emotional," he said Friday as he began his last weekend of pre-opening preparations at the 2,200-seat high-tech theater at Southwest Missouri State University. ; "This is the weekend I have been working for for three years," he said. "When we open the hall (Friday), it'll be only three days short of the third anniversary of pur moving to Springfield. There's a lot of significance in that for me." - Morris, executive director of the hall since moving to the Ozarks, has seen it through controversy as well as construction. - Funding for the $17.8 million facility owned by SMS has been the subject of intense scrutiny. Questions remain about seven of those millions and whether and when university administrators knew the extra money would be required to complete the building. i Morris would rather talk about the hall's supporters and its future: "Getting the building open has been a long process, sometimes discouraging," he said, "but it's been . such a rewarding experience to work with the hundreds of talented and generous people ... who have given not only their money, but also their time in any way we needed. "It would have been nice if things had been smoother, but I am a person who looks forward and as soon as we get past this week's events, we'll start looking into the future, talking with agents and booking the hall for 1993-94." -j r" - ! f. 7 . ::' r - 4ft C -t ir-i a. . y 4 V 1 5 5 r f . Hi"' V 1 3 1 ' 1 -P 8? iff" - 1 1 f Bob LinderThe News-Leader m t. . - -.' - ' ' . ' CnCvn MOrriS needs his hard hat no more. Now he can dream of performances to come in the newly completed performing arts center. The ghostly dancers behind Morris are Kely Martoreli and Scott Miller. Jyaniia K. Hammons Hall (or ihe Performini! Arts Monday: How the new performing arts center will , affect the arts in Springfield. - . Many hope hall's opening will put an end to. the controversy that has dogged the project. , Tuesday: Who is Juanita K. Hammons? A brief sketch of the woman whose name hangs on the new theater. A schedule of the 1992-93 performance season along with ticket information. owles: Case has 4takfen t611' mi Day 90 By Robert Keyes The News-Leader ; They have aged, lost weight, sleep, their tampers. One has been hospitalized. Springfield police officers are also victims in the June 7 disappearances of Sher-rill Levitt, 47, Suzie Streeter, 19, and Stacy McCall, 18. For three months they have searched for the women. They've spent thousands of hours, questioned hundreds of people, traveled thousands ot miles and appealed nationwide for clues. But three months after they vanished without a trace, there have been no signs of the women and no answer as to why they disappeared. Changed lifestyles: "It's taken a toll on us," Police Chief Terry Knowles says. "I have, since June 7, kind of re-tooled my lifestyle." Church, jogging and a driving range he escapes to alone are his social life. ; "I personally and with my family have undergone some changes. Not to the point where I'm distraught, that I feel this thing is just driving me into the ground. It's not." But he and his investigators live the case. The past three months "have been like a year," detective David Asher says. Knowles talks with Stacy's parents, Janis and Stu McCall, regularly. T "... If you drift too far, those conversations will bring you right back to 1717 E. Delmar real quick," he says. "Maybe I'm not able to do certain things I wanted to do, but also, they don't have a daughter Sherrill Levitt Suzie Streeter Stacy McCall f"- " y5 .Xir- f ,Ti .'.mini ,1.1 t Dean CurtisThe News-Leader Springfield Police Chief Terry Knowles ponders a question about the missing women, and the toll the case has taken on himself and the department. that they used to have; So the reality of last week, Knowles and investigators close that puts it in quick perspective, and I'm ;to the case' talked about the problems not so concerned about, things I used to . they've encountered, the progress they've do." - i . made, and the department's commitment In an interview with. The News-Leader to solving the mysterious disappearances. On Page 9A ; 1 More discussion on the missing women with investigators - -v - Shopping tips help buyers find bargains From Our Staff Consumers have clout and they're beginning to use it. That's especially true when it comes to disposable goods, such as clothing. Tired of high prices, peo ple are looking for discounts, and they're looking hard. But with a confusing array of choices, and differing interpretations of what a good bargain is, sale shopping for clothes sometimes becomes a chore. In Marketplace today you'll find: How clothing stores and manufacturers are changing to meet customers' demands. How prices on clothes and other items are sometimes negotiable and how to negotiate. A month-by-month guide to retail discounts. Some Springfieldians' favorite stores for sales and their shopping tips. . ; In Ozarks Marketplace on Monday, you'll find: How outlet malls have gained popularity as money savers, and information about the three major outlet malls in the Ozarks. ' HA personal shopper's advice for tackling a sale.. Remember: There are only 109 days until Christmas. : McNeese St. 16 The Citadel ,10 SMS 13 Arkansas 3 Evangel 22 Notre Dame 42 McMurry 7 Northwestern 7 Miami 24 Colorado 37 Iowa 7 Colorado St. 17 L Ozarks 1B Bush set to visit Joplin Friday Woman has personal stake in MDA telethon Ozarks 1 B 1; Jan Stone mum FAMILIES Dav Dravecky: After losing an arm and his baseball career, the former San Francisco Giant pitcher thought faith and fortitude would get him through. But it took another cancer scare to make him face his real feelings. USA W kutd, OUTDOORS Teal Mason: Columnist Charlie Farmer explains how and where to hunt this form of waterfowl. The season is Sept. 12-20. Pag 3C HOME Decor: The prairie sunflower has become a popular element in stylish shops, glossy magazines, accessories for the table. Pag ID. CONSUMER Certificates of deposit Pag 2E. Greene County mortgage loan. Pag IE. B Mortgage rates. Page 2D. .- B Foreign currency. Page 5F. ENTERTAINMENT VToce Glib The Nashville star finds the widening boundaries of country music are working to his advantage. Page 6F. Malcolm Jamal Warner; The "Cosby Show's" Theo takes on a new mission in an upcoming situation comedy. USA Weekend. TOMORROW Wilson's Creek National Battlefield fall hours begin. Hours starting Monday: tour road, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. daily; visitor center, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. daily. Call 732-2662. MISSOURI LOTTERY Saturday's results Pick 3 0-1-1 Supercash 1-11-21-23-35 Powerball 34-23-24-34-6 Lotto 2-14-23-3343-45 WEATHER Chance of shower 30 Partly cloudy, with a slight chance of showers. High in the mid-80s. South wind at 10 mph. Tonight, partly cloudy. Low in the mid-60s. Weather report on 2A. 8564c Classified 3E Crossword 2F Cryptoquip 2F Dear Abby 2F Deaths 4B Home 10 Horoscope 2F Markets 1E Movie Clock 6F Nation 1 0A-Newsmakers 2A Ozarks 1B Real Estate 50 Record 2B Speak Out! 6B Sports 1C Time off 3C World 3A Please RECYCLE ! The News-Leader i printed on recycled paper and is 100 recyclable. , . A Gannett Newspaper Vol. 102, No. 250, 1992. The News-Leader id

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