Springfield Leader and Press from Springfield, Missouri on June 19, 1957 · 17
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I hega. lWMSd pound U8.ie-M.7S M-K peeada ,. , M.75-IS.1S 179-tM pound 17.50-U.2i 140-UO pound 1S.0-1S.S MM pound 1I.00-U.50 Sow 400 pound and Aasa,., 16.oo-Hi.75 HdvCr wetlht lows ........ 15.00-15.50 Stat (depending aa weight, quality) ........... 10 00-11. 00 Beavy Boar (.CM-1.00 - caoitW'ttght ereidrt ....... W.OO-U.00 : ; - CAITLB . Th cattle market wa gwariHy ataady n most all dame' Good a chotc botcher yaarHnga, MO-Mt oand. ll.M41.Wi with extra choice fand hteheri medium te food. 17.OO-u.O0i tandard. 1S.W-U.00. Good te choice tad eleera and wearliau. M 00-11.00! prim kind higheri medium te ooo,. 17.00-ia.w; euMara cradee, u.Oft-16.00J utility Meer and yearling. U.00-14.001 cnounou kind 12.0O-14.CO. Good te choke heavy hull. 14.06-15 00, with lew airtra choke p t li.OOi medium hull 11 50-14.001 commoa le Bght bulU Il.e0-I2.0pi utklity commercial cow u.te-ll Mi with extra choice hcilerette kind up le ! 14.091 cutter 11.00-12. 00: caaaer cew 1 00-10.0(1 with blly tanner eowa quoted lower. Stock eow ll.S0-ia.Mi good te choice ctock beUen 17.S0-M.M: commoa medium 12.M-ll.Mi good to choice etocker and leeder eteer ll.M-a. with extra i higher; median te good U-00-U.ee; ou kind 14 0041 00. VEALS The real market wa tl lower with majority of -choke vealer . (rem 1A.00-U.Wl prim vealir M.Mi a tew add bead at etrlctly prim vealera at 11 paid eery aoartnglyi good vealera U.M-17.W1 undard 12.0t-lt.Mi heavy calve 14.00-U.00; weight and quality considered. Boner calve lSt-lM Km., ll.te-12.Ms baby calvM lt.M-ll.Mt good te chotc 1M-9M lb. ealvea lT.M-21.Mi medium to good 15.00-U.50: commoa 11.00-14.00. aood to choke itect calve 11.00-11.00.- extra choke imp am neouim te iood it.oo-17.00. . - LAMB4 The faunb market wa SO emia '- beer with a) fop ef St.St en .prime aiding lambei with bulk ( good and choice (priog Umbo troim 17.00-U.50i hlht lamb 14.00- 17.001 With cull 12 down; daughter ewe 1.50-5.00; lweedinf ewe from 10.110-H M ner head, depending ea ua and euaLtv. GoaU 20O-4-O0i with chotc Angora goat gnae---TO--.-..i,.,.,jt. NATIONAL nTOCXYARDK Boca 1JM eeened dowi later nioderately active aa-eveai barrow and gilt 1M lb up tecty to 2S hUher thaa ywlerday' average: ugnter weignt (teady to as or more invert ow iteady te. 21 kiweri bulk VJb. No 1-2 Jdat24 lb bamn and (ill mixed weight and grade ll.SO-20.Mi eeveral ha-dred head No 1-2 aroand 1M-2M lb to r", Jjnd-j about ; JM Jis2.0j wintrf graae mosuy ne 3-1 j4w-2WNjt i.oo-N. lew to 11.7SI mixed grade 150-170 b 11.00- 1100. lew Ja 11M1.4201M m--2Ja47. few 11.001 new No 1-2 175 lb do. M.50- 17.M1 eeveral tot 17.151 275-SOt R ISM 14. M: heavier eow 14.50-7S1 boa 15 to 11 li-ll.SOi lighter weights Cattle IJMi eaKea Mil erkws ly steady i few high good -ad choice steer ii.T3-zi.ni standard ana tons 11 ne-11 on: ennd beUare and mixed year Hnga 20.M-lT.00i lew good and choice In mixed M 21. St-TSi and toad choice beif. era A2Si cow Hading moderately active sale at firm prkesi atUlty end commercial 12.Sl-U.Mi caaaer and cutter 1.M-12.H: huiiS'i unchanged! shuty ad commercial 1S.M-1T.MI -food Vgbt weight yearling bull ap to 11.09: caaaer sad cutter bulta H.M-14.S0: vealera l.M lower: alsutnteT calve showing anevsa Wrakneee: ehoiet Miln 00-23 0! hieh choice and prim to limited numbers uooi good testors U.M-21.M1 staadard 14.m-it.ob. Utm as carry Kenneth Bays Named To Tulsa School Post . Kenneth Bays, a former Spring-fieldlsn. has been appointed assist ant principal of new James Mad ison Junior mgn tscnooi w Ttiisa, his Barents. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Ban.'-asH- West-Walnut. have Varnsul. v : KennettTias.beeo In theTuTsa school system since 195 J. H has been assistant football and head track coach at Tulsa's' Central HiKh School for two years. 4 Ua Is a graduate of CHS here, anri received his BS degree at SMS. His wife is the former sa - ' It. TaTllrwe nl RnrlnoTlPlrl- THeV 1svt two. dUldrtn, a boy and a girL '4 v -:' i - y J 1 I WEATHER i " wtATBt:mTA WB wnmownw-- TwlprstuTeei Hljheat yeMerday TTi hweet yeeterday t7 ktwent this moratng 'TmSv!SuU B4 TO jreers 1 to lrWweet tut date H To years m kt Uprciltatioai Bala er melted enow tnn -t M 4kaxTyestrday to S:M a.m. today 1: heavleet rata this dale to 11 peart US "sun? oei' IIUl morsJii!Mj tetVjs. algM T:Mi leagUt t sayUghi M heura. 4 DaU jpplhn1 by U. S. IMMrtment ti iuiw areeni flret eotonw. hisheet temparawre yeeterday 1 aeeend. toweet last aKMi third. prectplUUoa due tog past M heutt tnsint statlea - - Wgh Lew rre. AlbMoerua) JT . AmarUle ...' 00 11 , Blrmuuhsm re (nam .............. TO M - Bufiato. N. V. . 01 TO .11 " Chkais u..;.,. .i.M.s . ft JO Coiumbhl .........i 01 M Denver ........... JT Dee Motoes TO 17 D 0t U Punith . t - es se Fort SmHh JO U . Fort Worth umimimHi ju sr Karnes City JT 12 Little Boch ' - - 14 71 Memento ................... T Miami, rin. OS TJ Minneapolis 'iuiiiiuninu.7" Lm IkUiM ........... Of 71 .71 - New York . ............ JJ T - Oklahoma t-Tlf .... ' Omaha ".I! S PhoentX r, " W 2 rillseurfh ! Zl m alt Lake City ft 12 Seattle ...... . JO M St. Loots ... .,., JJ " - SPRINOrUXO .Mu".e. JJ JJ Tulsa .M..v""" ? II , Washtngwel ...... W Tt .11 . West Plain - Wtehtta ................... Tt M ' MTSJiotrm-rsIr Oil newoe end ls-nlMl pertly eswly Tnmadayi Utile .T 7 ike thin elternaoei warmer northweal this sfleriwie. Kj mrih snd west UHiirm, mm "'r TUnrwtayi tow iMlfbt tat Msi high Thurs- iiiHittiiVit to sertty etoedy aneraoM. loailM a ad Thursday with only . 11 nine and evening thau- dershowersi net merh change to tempere- turei low errand M Snrth to . . .(A Thnraii tat ana. KANSAS liwiwetoig ch-dlnl W-t ek Mr.iM eaMMwailv t.ir and warmer this sflerwwa. tnelfht WTJWrs dayt tow tosltht to tuei 11-wi M-en. inMt i. r.rr rhle aheranea. I. u mmd Thursdar eaPl lolald thus- .kFa wS late Thursday (fl. " er evening: llnl WatWier i . .... mtt tfuM MS tnniaht and Is at Tharwiiri lev toetgnt Otoi hth Thursday to. . - -; - wrvf.nAV roipx atts. Missovm . UwiMeilav eM thrauft aii. wui a.eraa a aWaree hv nMmiel animal e.treme eniiilu 4UPH ..v, anr-ieJ elewhrei warnwe T..ir-I wll inlnnr eeM Ihereattw kl.t.. ... 7. narwial lews sraiM ii. .,t nhet latawdaf S Hadta Cart. 42a KepvbUe 8M4 Rcyaaloa Tab. Saiaway ttoraa SC IrSaa Fraa , Scar Socbuck -Sharaa filaal i5S 74t 47H SO' Mobil Sid. OU CaL 14H Swift a Ca. Studcbakar - , Syivaata , Tax C aota Century fax Vain Carbid I'aMed AireraN (Jailed Air Line U. jt.Bubber , U. S. Suel Vaaadlma Corp. Weetera tlHtai WertintlMMUM - MM Hi 404 W MM -. J7t 4H 41 43 "MM i-nrncad Produce POULTBT Heavy Ben Hybrid Hen . Leghera Hen Heav 8nriH kfpW et9 i jLa tuin ir rz M "J4 JS J17 JO je J2 .U JS M 810X10! Spring V...,. Lejhora Spriny nooaier and stag .. EGGS una , urge Grade A Medium , Grade B Lane Grade A Small .... No Grade ...... Ciment Receipta .. ST. LOUUWEcnr Staade wn-tB grade and barely Heady en- the tower grades! consumer cradee: AA large and extra large 21-21t A large 20-22) A medium 27-211 A small U-20; B large 2S-2C: WMttsaia grade:y Large extra ft ner-cjat A' 30-11: M percent 21-20; medium extra 27-21 1 standard 27-211 dlrtie and check 20-13: anciaasifled 23-26V. r Live poultry! Hen unsettled to weak: broiler and fryers steady to Arm I heavy type hen 12-lSi llsht Ivd hen 10-12: commercially growa broiler and try era Bi ns rooewre lo-ii, Butteri tl acore-MV. M score STH-St. Butteriati Missouri nolnta No. 1. mostly 4ts No. 2. 4i lUinoi point No. 1. meetly ms nw. i. ij Areas potais no, i, si Ne. 2. 45. s Cash Grains SPBOtGPnCLB MABKET tCeartesy el MFA Milling Com easy I . BABLEI , JHo.2Mfta.test .- per bu, Sl.M COBN No. I shelled per bu. OATS ...... Ne. I 21 pound test ...... per ha. ; WHEAT No. 1 Bed perbu. 1.25 1.M 1.M 2.1S Ne. 1 Bard perbu. Mild per 1M wgt. KANSAS CITYWheat St can: 1 higher te SH lower. No. 2 hard and dirk hard 2.14H-2.2SN. newt Ne. 1 2.Wil Ne. 1 red B.Uva-2.UiNt Ne. 1 2.1uVs-2.14N. Cora ai eersi aeei enchansed. Ne. 1 whUe 1.5M.42N: No. 1 1.42-l.tlNi No. yellow e Mixed I.2T-1.40N) No. 2 1 31. Oat f cart I unchanaad. No. 1 white M-73NI No. 2 14-71N. Mile maice k Kailr 11S-2.22N. Rye 1.1S-1.15HN. Barley M-1.05N. Soybeans tU-USH.""-"""""-" Bran 2S.2S-SS.7S. . ... nbortoM4S-tO.75. v - Broilers LITTLE ROCK Northweet ArkaamS: Market steady to firm: demand gaod. Broiler endlryers 20 eents. . -. , PtlrltasVaiJlark barely alsadyi oemanu a to , gooo. nroiier ana try- i-u cent, mostly ze cenu. rth Senrsiar Demand fair tn lood. Broilers and tryer M seats. Slate Inquest Today In Carpenters Death An inquest Into the ' death of UUj Elmer Edwards, 63-year-old carpenter whose body was found Sunday near Fassnight Park, has been moved up from 7 to 4 p. m. today. . -';r Coroner Ralph Thieme said the earlier time was more convenient for the bearing, to be held at the courthouse. Edwards." of $38 Concord, had been missing for two weeks when his body was found. Thieme said because of the condition of the body, the 'exact cause of death couldn't be determined, but a post mortem indicated no signs of vio lence. . Officers and a pathologist - are expected to be the only witnesses at the Bearings Plan Memorial Fund or Victims of Crash A memorial fund is being estab- Uj,, at Woodland Heights Presby- terian Church for Eugene E. and Bernlta Deeds. ' " 1 They had been members of Woodland Heights Church for several yean. Mr. Deeds bad served on the board of Elders, was pres ident 01 uie Men uuo 01 tne CarthtgiB-Oiark Pmbyterjrin-195, and bad been teaching a Sunday School Class a number of years. Mrs. Deeds had been active In church work and was assisting In vacation Bible School when they were fatally injured In an auto accident. -. Contributions may be mailed to Woodland Heights ' Pmbyteriaa Church, 73 West Atlantic. THE ENTIRE estattt of the late Marshall Jackson, Route 1, Repub lic, who died May 23, was left to his wife, Mrs. Iris Jackson, according to a will filed yesterday In Probate Court." The will specified that he was leaving nothing to his children because be wanted his wife te make complete distribution of the ettste. 1 - (.7:! ' i "iVlVs li A I TV U wOl be a Utile rooter ia ih aortaoaat UalgU wbllo klgher temperatures art IlAIiltinerte. la the Bortnera and eoatral Plalas. Most of the ! will ha'vo fakr Wflhr, A fw aeauarnd attawor. are tatx for trihT fWlda, the sahwttt Paclfte eeost area SI asm the ertltdf lialae. - Law Provides Way To Build Facilities . . B " s, ' I ... AT R sV T 111 w W sr .JF -- W f.- . BR M. AT X I B IX 1 I P H. .sOT " -aUW 'T." .aW A mkL Sew-- p law-" ucar jr 'r m JH .jw, A - - JEFFERSON CITY A pay asyott-buUd plan for-state parks was sienea into law or gov. James T. Blair yesterday. - -The - bill will riermit the- State Park Board, with the approval of the governor and the Leelsiature, to Issue revenue bonds to finance lodges, restaurants and other fa- bDKiesat state parks for Missouri's booming tourist trade. rant - Boara officials " tow ine Legislature the revenue bond method was the only way to provide fund for new parka -ttke-Ti- ble Rock in southwestern-Missouri and the Trail of Tears Park near Cape Girardeau. Also signed was a bill revamp ing the State Board of Probation and r Parole and "permlttinj- it to moveoutside. of, the State Peni tentiary as recommended by penal Salaries of two board members vlll be increased from $5,000 to $6,000 and the chairman from $5,-000 to $7,500. 'Plowing through the big-mass of bills he must consider before July 15 the governor signed "10 more minor measures todays They In cluded bills to: Increase the surplus which must be carried by reciprocal insurance companies. - Plus a legal loophole by making railroads and public utilities liable for special fire district, sewer dis trict, road district and other special taxes on their distributable property. , - . . Make publishing company reports of Supreme and Appellate Court decisions the official pub lication by the state. - Liberalize the St. Louis and Kansas City police retirement sys tems and the St. Louis scnooi re tirement system. Allow school districts to Invest surplus funds In M-day time de posits-or state or federal bonas. Provide a system for filling va cancies on the Independent city election oalvoti. Tnnaca the nav nt pTnnena (Tire election commissioners from 12.400 to $3,600 a year and raise the salaries - of election' board ployes. His Silence Was Advised Lawyer Says Probers -Beyond Their Powers WASHINGTON (41 Frank W. Brewster testified in bis contempt of Congress trial today that it was on advice of counsel that be re fused to produce records and answer questions before the Senate Investigations ' subcommittee in January. Brewster said h ts attorney,-Samuel B. Btaa.-4ol4im-tbe subcommitteftjmQingJtyoid its powers. . Brewster, 60, chairman" of the Western Conference f the Team sters Union also said Bassett ad vised him subpoenas for the production of union records were so sweeping as to violate the Fourth Amendment guarantees against unlawful search and seizure. TJ. S. Dist Judge John J. Sirica, before whom Brewster is on trial without a Jury, asked whether his counsel also advised him that If his legal advice turned out to be wrong that Brewster would have to suffer the consequences. "I believe that he did." Brew ster replied. "I'm -the one . on trial.". !3n other: words, .the lawyer doesn't have to serve the time," Sirica commented. r -' I knew the lawyer wouldn't have to serve the time," Brew ster replied. "HeM get me out in a year or two.V.-- The maximum penalty for con- tempt of -Congress; upon convlc- tlon. is a year in Jail and a $1,000 fine. -- Humphrey Submits Stock Holdings List ... WASHINGTON Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey submit ted to the Senate Finance Committee today a ltt of his stock holdings at the time he entered the cabinet. v A computation showed the hold ings were worth more than seven million dollars to 'January.!. The WHteut '-YaItMsTaUir"bii- medlatelT available. Chairman Byrd tJva matte the list public at once. He said Humphrey offered the Information "gladly and cheerfully." It was placed into the hearing record of the committee's inquiry intp the nation's financial condition. Joplin Voters Spurn Street Improvement JOPLIN Ml A $174,000 street bond improvement issue was defeated l,S22-9Ca in a special elec tion yesterday. ;" i Fassage r e a a 1 r e d "a " two- thirds approval. Improvement was planned for Seventh Street which carries U, S. W trafiic "through town.' i ., l yfrri - I PRIMG-FIEL.DS VpoPULATIOkJ 0,000 ALTITUDE: 1324 FT. gliaaate: FINE - 1 j.. . " i " s t-m La ft lj Lr .icm if. i iu fM, r piii E.a r- " i r - - - SaJ r- w.v y BIRTHS Te Mr. and Mrs. Gewe Snort. BewebBe. a tin,. Je p. aa. lueeaay. cpnagtieM Baptist. . . ... Te Mr. ana sua. uaney Bacon, muiaxa. girl. I:S1 P. m. Tuesday. Barge. Te Mr. and Mr. Hallla C. Smith. Ava. boy. t:M p. nt. Tuesday. Burse. Te Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knox. Rest t, a boy, T:5t a. m. Wednesday. Burs. 'To Mr. and Mrs. Bo Fugill. IMS West High, a boy. 1:12 a. m. Wednesday. Burse. To Mr. and Mr. J. W. Eddimtoa. 2021 East Walnut, girt 1:M a. m. Wednesday. m, Jeaa'a, (i Ii 'A ' jilARRIAGE LICENSE d l-ArPHCATIONS ' Alonae A. Burtln. it.. 22, ef 1111 North Jefiersoa, and Joyce Ana Thurman, 22. el 1121 South Fremont. - . Charles Lee Bsaiura. m. ef IS6 taarry. and Norma Jean Arteraerry. 17, el TJT Soetk Bobberson. ' ' Ralnh U Kke. 20. or nogerevtiie. and Bhoda Sue Smoot. 17.' of 2342 Went Lyna. Jimmv Gal Jones. 2. LonsvieW. Tex.. and bee Carelyn Bsiley. 21. Ash Greta.; DIVORCE CASES - k KT1TIONS WUUrd WUHamsoa against Minnie Wlt-Bamaoat married Oct. 20. 1M7 separated Feb. S. 1K71 charge ah waa ruasy and quarrelsome end re fused to live with him: ask custody el minor eUUrea. AUTO ACCIDENTS - True .driven by O. U Copeland. 3023 Avenue B. and bos driven ny 1 . 1. Las. Beule 2. WayaeavUI. eeUaded at St. Leuis and demdons. 1:21 a.m. Tuesday. Cars driven by H. O. Fast. 43S Saet Barrinoa, and Doria tiraham. Route L Kl ration!, enlllded at Bentna and Divt- aion, 1:05 a m. Tuesday, hummons hwued u atra. frannn ser lauuiw se whi risme af-wev. ' . x Card driven by C. B. McClure, Jr.. toll Soutk a'remmlt. and C E. Sullin. College, collided.. M ..COS. block.. Cherry.. J . -I K ea, e. ISunau CaiewaewbAmm umaesmel tien , P gteSlSa . a acpuev tveaiuasaeuneap sssamsa way Sullln for pulling, from curb. Into traffic. . ' Can drive) by Carlyto Cochren, ISM East Monroe: O. L. QuKley. 1S11 North Missouri, nod J. F. Mttuer. 5J0 Airwood, collided at Glesstoae and Walnut, t:4S p.m. Tuesday. V Cars driven be A. W. Thlem. Bor- bank. Calif., and Alice DurretL MarshaU. colUded to 14M block booth Gtonatone. 11:12 a. m. Tueaday. Thle wife, Nellie, was treated by a doctor for cuts ef the forehead, left knee and rum arm. fan. Durrsu cited' tor improper wn tun, POLICE COURT Hurahel Skaras. BUIIm. paid S25.S0 l ter serving lores day a charges of drunkenneaa. ' Las J. Morrlsest. USt Esst Monroe, paid SlOJt after serving live days oa eharCM md drunkettnean. - - Clarence B. Sublet!. 1202 West FterkU. paid SILSt after serving, four daya en cnarge et emnaenneee. . ma seal eua ban vommercuu, para St.St after serving 22 daya ca . charge at drunkenness. Queen City Wood works, i47 Booavius, paid 122.St lor violating building code. Ores Hacker. 117 BooaviUe, paid 11 alter serving 24VS day charges of drunkenness. r Herbert Ray. Fair Grove, fined S2S.S0 tor drunkenness! committed. - Paul b peaks, S27 North Weaver, mad ItS.M (or drunkenneaa i committed. Albert W. Thompson. 4 VVeet Walnut, paid SUM after serving two days aa charges of Tesorttrrg to-Towns.-"- - BUI Cumlin. 721 North ciy. PS to nuo en two violation ef dog ordinance. C. t. Brewer. TIT Tracy,- paid as en two counts of violating dog ordinance. Betty Baker, 736 Kant craad. and literal La Hose, 1471 East Whiteside, paid tl each tec .vuuauag oog erumaoc,. HIGHWAY PATROL Tmoper Monday cited for Ueenso Viol tlon Arlle W. CUrk, 22. ef SOW West nameon, ana, swy lev rmvei. se, us West uuve. j :,; IIIGHWAYPATROL TTry4oWsleTIm-Plod Sunday fnr Francla Brk-ke; Tueaday sight after boy was caught. MAGISTRATE COURT CIVIL CASES Mr. and Mm. E. S. Nirltt against Darlen Ho rem landlnrd't suit for I1I.S0 rent and possession of property at 14S1 Ethyl) case set Jury i;, . . ,L Bobby Brown sxsinst ,Aute. Racia. Inc.) attachment suit; dismissed by stipuiattod St cost of planum-. ' CRIMINAL CASES Donald Lee Bias. 20. sf til south Jef ferson, paid SIS and cost aor-havtns as operators license-. Pavins flnea for fishing with non-re dent ncenaes: Robert Flyen, 2, Wichi ta, is and cost; BUI Gene strittoa, WichiU. 05 and costa) Lawrence Miller, 27. of Hutchinson. Kas.. Is and costs. Paying fines for having as PSC authority: Norms Seeeei Talbot. St. George. do, Tex., S2S and costs: Dennis F. Cote- , Cambridge. Mass-US and costal O. Watson. Sulphur. Otia.. 122 and costs. Paying fines for driving overweight vehicles: Robert Terr el Anderson. St. of St. Louis, 01 sad costal Charles Carroll Montgomery, gs. Delias, us and cotui John William Wright, FBrmingtou. Mich., tit and soils l BUly Joe Bush over weight pa license), (5 nnd costs: An thony slsngsneua, S24 Weet Broad mors til. 50 and coats: Tony Jack Lee. 21, Arcadia, Okie., 052 snd- cottst Marten Georae Ward. 2t. Oklahoma City. 11 and Warsaw, its and cost. Paying fine lor driving overlenttk ve hicles: . Eugene George Born, 27, Kansas Crty, IS and costs Robert Terrell Anderson, ax. Louis. a LOSSES REPORTED Montroraery t'sed Car Lot. SM East McDajtieL reported theft ef hub cap from auxe ea tot atoaaay aunt. Brown Says Hatcheries Must Make Sacrifices WASHINGTON TThe time has come for breeders.' feed man ufacturers and hatcheries to make a temporary s(c for th good of the entire poultry indus- try,r Rep. Brown (D-Mo) said yesterday. . He told a. meeting of. the .na tional Assn. of Radio and TV Farm Directors that the industry is of such Importance to so many persons that the country "cannot afford to stand idly by and see it commit suicide." ' ', Brown, chairman of a House Small . Business . Subcommittee which has been, studying problems of the 3Vs billion dollar Industry, said, :"the . government should stand ready to help the industry help itxeif.M i . . 1-Brown said his subcommittee hsa beep uniting the industry in an attempt to get it to thinking "about Us 'common goals Instead of its selfish interests." ( VJ, Vr?r;::.i t.ru-j . Asseelete' Prss Whenaete 1 p7f . - A' dxAc.-vV-rv: ' ':TrL : Vo- Illl Ill I ' I illlli I TRAFFIC COURT ftav FraveL 111 West Otrve. said 111 St tor eeeratlag vehlcto WHS defective brakes hi it u aavuig- as csty iireae j Kathleea Laatdea, 20SS East Walnut. paid S21.St lor leering se ScrxleeX scene. Herbert Cnx. toll Weet Water, said Mt.St far reckless driving. Margaret Yeaag, 41 tasl Lecul. Sam I ea three aarktog viotationa. ; - Harhre Pnmohrev. 11S7 Sonth Pistes; Tom Greathouee, Si. Lout, and Be tores Brtitoa. Tit Hovey. paid It esca tor isa-ure to display dtr he lies s. wanna Helm, stm Esst nut esse, pan oa five counts el overtime parking. Harold HUtyar, Ml North National, paid James, u Baker. 411 Weet Lamoun. paid en four eanata el overtime earning. Whits Castle, 4M SouUi Roobersoa. paid I e six count of overtime parking. Bobby Lewis, 2110 Weet Elm. pakl IS for improper turn. Oscar E. Saunders. Beota l Strafford Wayne Bass, Bouta t. and Mildred Dedd. WUIard. said 11S.M sach tor fallur to ytekt rbrm-el-war. ronowmr paw to uatn mr navmg -au city license: Loanie west. ururyi Carl Bendersoa, 1222 South Rcenlci Konnuj Lewis, in West Slaoisaat Herbert Lee Cox, 2111 West Water) Cart Le Wall. 2021 West Walls Metvto DoUarhioe. Rsute 11. . Arthur tnrram. 1211 North Nation. sM tl for operating vehicle with no taU tight. . Robert Harrison, SIS West Division, paid M oa four parking violations. . Richard Thompson. Route S. said IS for passing top ate and tl Is over time strung. - Followin said 11 each en two counts e overtime parking: E. L, Dill, 442 Betcrest: Corbett PstnUng Co.. 042 East Walnut; uuinn cofiee, sad Troy cemssoa. ikh Ben too. ... Gears Roberts. Route 2. paid SI ea three count ef overtime parting. Bevertr Sample. 1232 Valley Bead, said .19 for passing stop tigs. Following paid t encn tor improper narkinx: fills Restr. Tunm: H. E. Rip ped -Fl,-Mo;tDTid Car Market, -H bouta campneut L. K. Bowser, iivu eosta Jefferson; Harlow nalea Co... Til sown National: Martin zraa, ST.. iszi norm Robbersoni Harry (sawn, sob Brooxstoe; a. C. Todd. US West . Kearneyi Fred Pfelffer, Route tl E. B. Earahsrdti Jer-rv Dev. 2057 Ms rim: Dunn's Used Fur- West Elm; John Lues. 1710 North Kent-wood: R. C Hembree, T22 South Jefferson; fl. H. Stevens: M, X. Mercer, 303 Raet Walnut: McFarland Flvinl Servlcel Willie Graves, 12S East Sunshine: Jim WaUlns. 422 Weet Silsnyi C. P. Bteury. 1110 South Thelmsi Wlilisst Holmes,. 141 South Welteri . F. Long Fursitare, 411 south Ave. Following paid tl "etch tor overtime enrkinxt Paul Abbott. 157 South Fremontl Jerry Bonner, law Pierce; Lores C. Davis, 707 North Jefferson l Ksthlesa Gardner. Route 2; BervU Ivy, 1200 South Florence: Florence Greenhouse. 1450 North Hampteni Rslpk iMvMsnn. kit Lee.Anne Drammond, til South Fremont: Frekt Dickey, 1740 Wedgewoed; Eddie Adanv . Rout 2. Evertont William Oroets- ch. St. LoUlSI 3. H. Harrttety, Republic: Clsude Day, til South Pickwick; George Crussen, walnut Grove Mrs. Glenn wsro. 1470 Central i G. W. Nixon. Carthage) Christine Dyson, Roots tt T. V. Davis. Hartvillei W. G. Duncan. West Plains: C B. Howley, Kansas City) Colonial Baa-try: Claude Chalney, Route Tl Ray Rash, 1271 Village Lane: Ruth Powell, Buffalo: Mrs. R. Jstper Smith. 1J20 Esst Wsl-suti Grace Parser, Joplini BUly Thomas, Ruff alot Lewia WUken. Route : Ann Mitchell, 727 Snath Deiawarei Flora Krue- on. WUIard: Desn Allen. - 207 - M cGeei Mrs. Gene Petiford. 113 Lake Shore; Mrs. IJoyd Becker. 131 West Statsi Heles Perrvman. Routs 2. Conwsv: Rosa Moan, GrsenfieMi CD. Smith, Webster Grove: Otsrk Mfg. Co., 132S Norm Newtoni jerry Williams, 20S1 Roosevelt; M. F. Dalyi Tom Twlfg, 1717 Lancastert David Mc- Cann. 1422 therryt IM Bass. 1S25 souu Glenatonet James Glasa. list South Broad- wsy; E. E. Hsldeman, 111 Cherryi Mrs. Edwsrd Cox, 2661 East Utvunoaj Has Mc- Eiy. hit watt riorid. Lores Tjytsrt. SOST Dduglsst Jamet C Hurri. 2021 Cnhrmblatfc Steve Schneider. list South Pickwick) Tv. L. Ktnnedy, Route 111 Dan HtmlHon. JOlOKorth Robbersoni Rex Preston, 173S East Elm) Msson Nlch- liils. - tWO Iferth Mlseeurli A. B. Dawaer, 1-lalt fiouth-Jelfersnai Clyds- Nlnn. zusi Virgil Burton. Routs 1. Reedsi James Durham, West Plains; Roper Electric, 2111 Howard) Mrs, Leslie Turner, lOlt East Or and i Wood Garment. Republic: Jack Csffmas. Jr., Rout 4: WiUard Gravm. 120 South Fremont: Raymond King. 700 North Fremont) Mrs. Harvey jonnson. 102t East Ta Image: William Huffman. 1741 West Lombard; B. B. Denver, 731 Pop lar: Alton E. Sunderland, 172 wntmng-bwii Jack Preston. Route 1: Beverly Mor ris, 117 North Jefferson) K. . Gooding, Lebanon) Robert Pntman. 1400 North CampbeOi Louise Cemctocfe, Strafford ; Max Darnell, Loulsbur'; Ralph Rosstltt, 1730 South Jefferson: W. K- Dodsea, sot East Lombard) - Charles ' Johnson, 1501 South Pickwick i D. O. Imaoa. S17 East Locust) Jack amet. Bouts 4: Charles J. Brewer, 717 West Trscyi Peter Daniel. 1621 Esst Division) v. Brower, Hols DArei Virginia Gardner. 0U Seuth Warren) H. D. Ectchum, SOS.East Ltadberg) Desa Oasa. 1211 Weet AtlanUct Rev a Turner, fit. Lou la: George Miller. Rogere-vtllei A. M. Barges, Ssa Frssctoset BIO Pryor, Rout 1. -' "---. J. E. Taylor, 1W East Rarrlsoni Robert Farrell, 751 Soulh Fremont: Charles Delta, Bout Ml Herman Grlffla, 25M Sberklani Ray Tsmmons. 2140 Taylor; Lsrs Bond, Wlttardi Bea Hughe. Routs 4) Duane FaOia, Fort Woedi Arthur GaK bralth, 1125 South Nswi Vernon Cetaer, tot North Kansas: D. B. Teetermia, 114 isast Liadberg) asm Msynsra, in Nortn Newton ; Kenneth Cantrell, 1450 South Glenstosat R. C. Brim. Republic) M. L. Hnrrtson. 722 East Lecuett Felflat-Duke- wHs. lot BoosrUla: Orta Hlllea. Seymour i Jack Smith. Ml Trscyi Frank Zipper. wsynesvuie: Normas cornensoa, tis souta Newtoni Hubert Lines. Tuecuaablsi Eugene Meyer, 134 East F.lml H. Bus. Kit la ad and Jons Cunningham, nou 1. POLICE CALLS Rill Parka. 121. West State someone cut 11 to -IS hsy betes ta field sa Cherokee esst ef Jafferesa Monday ignt. - . laaron jommm, ts, at ism esst aear-y. amsted for dmnkenneae to JOt block BssnvUls. 1:10 p.m. Tweed ay. - Police checked ea report ef boy ea not si Biedermaa Store. Sit East Wat-sat, S P.ta. Tuesday, and tornvd 11-yssr. oU ywsih dstrmdlng ea fir escape asd ssoiner soy. is. m Slier, i ner were re kassd wtth warning after they erplsmed they. , had climbed -t" roof to - sesrch -at pizeoa. eggs. - .. n. d. Mcisxeaa. im antna vampnea. reported at 4 p.m. Tuesday he saw a unaH girl trying to cross street, feared she would be at rack by a car, thea. called soitr. Officers were contacted by the girl's mother, Mrs. James E. Belkea. 420 West Norwial, who mM she was packing to move trnea we girt. 2-yesr-shl Marilyn, ran off. Woman anmMauunt nt xsos Mora west Mediant reported at 10 p.m T need ay her husband had come home totoxtoaled. best her, sad drove off wwk then? small son. She was advised to contact moss color. Wsrres Fjweet Ahernsthy. 51. sf 1217 North NsllonsL arrested tor nrunsenneet OS Bentna Viaduct, t SS p.m. Tuesday. Unntentlfletl mas reportea - anermuny esked klm far SO cents, snd when refused became sngry snd cursed him. Police said Ahemalhy was found la mid dle of viaduct, trying is stop ears an moot money ' from drivers, tit eem plained of beisg srreeted because he be lieved "tymaandsM ef hi aighbsrt WOT wstehlsg, effleer eatd. - Police were asked TseedsF Is torsts Margaret Jnee. J4, missing ttom her it Dslens. Ran., since sinnaay. She to I teat. 4 toehee tall, weighs lit sound, baa brown eyed. Mark hair, and mawb wirti" Jay uur, is, m ins Plymouth, whs msy come to Spring. field to Visit s rslstiva, poUco war aoU- neo. ' r . ". PoHre were aaked Tuswday to I Msry Rom Htrrts. IS, rtoute 2. I feet. I tocnee tan. 12 pmnoa, srnwa nair. hatej eve, who may b with Carol lima and Melvlfi WoHe, It, In TlOSO Bukk. enroot a ta Arkansaa ar Indiana. Operator of Ward Hods. 4S Soaw, re ported st Tias . m, weaneaday as at yenr-oM tenant Jm Speeared mentally confused wax -a month behind to hit rent. The man-la a bachelor snd baa a rela tive ether than e sepnew to iwilas. Landlndy waa wat advised te eouUot her attorney.-.--- .. wwentn st IICTT Esst Rtolne) preml to keep dog Inside, Tuesday nltht, when informed of selshbort' cemplstnt K had seen sartmg. Dletorhsne eeenrted wt CI! SW feO- ferson. I II s.m. Wednesday. Officers heard enepto there euratng each ether t they pprncad, Tney were wsrsed shoot dlalurhuis and the man waa ad vised to see doctor tor treetmeat sf fsctsl . larereUons. - .- ; f i - i - Offtrert did not find boys reported Intter-tng sreand peat nWee aaree es Fnnan bentod mala post etile. u:t ta, inee- mrs. Lets fencett. tTl FjisI Allsatie, reported tt II M 1. Taesday eat owned by netshbor H. U Bel v. Sllaelle. ku tow eat the I Bateae, 111 she ntlewinfed k Mi H Out of kouss. Owner wsa sdvteed t watch sat aa a precaetioa gmt rawee, , riRE:Ali Flremea ' PrwvMsd standby Undln at airport. I U a m. Tueaday. ' Firemen used grnppllni boehe t recov er stele blerete- from pnwa st wiwimg- los and Atlantic. I 57 s.m. Tuesday. Fire deeiroyed bar st horns ef Bill Davis. Ill Esst Bldh, lli . s. Wsdnsedar.' Firs of swdeterwilned ertdls damaged porch, gwninas. nnd ewrtstos st heme ef Mastie MeAnesple. Ilia) : North Park, II st p, tt, wsdaestay, CITY UTILITIES NEW CTSTOMERS Marito Carter. 1S4S E. baa. Km Psmer. 122 t. Bobberson. Jam HormSvck. it C. - Lyna Robert M. Jena lugs. IteS E. Elm. Arthur Lenta, tut W. Brewer. James Lttsnby. Ill B. Grant, . Ksaneth Long. Bifhwsy ts. Harry E. Millar, 227 . McG- lrvia Robhtstta. 1117 E. Scott. Mr: T. V. Thompson. 2122 ML V Ed Weaver. 1112 W. Locust. Charto Wests, S2S W. Mlnelav Loyd Wester. N. Gnat St. 1 Ray Btrdsoag. 20S2 N. Reward. Eugene E. Haldemaa, 1M N. t.-Si- Bgh.- 21 ft: Warrea.-r " NEW RCMDENTO " Bert B, Alklne, AM 1L v BssOsa gram Oklahoma CKv. Okln. Anna K. Bales, 1121. E. Uvltisa rem WUIard. Mo. ' Howard Bennett, SIS N. Great Horn CretniieKI. Me. ' v . .. H. J. Biwthara, 212S E. Watost grern IX nafth.- Tex. -- Charles Butter. 2002 W. Watost Srem ae tTandaco. Calif. John G. Croessmann. Ill E. semtsois front Columbia. Mo. -Bittto Ijnerson. W. Drvlsksi Irtnt Fair nay. Me. " Joe a. Fielding, uta bl Bmssn, srem Casper. Wvo. jerry ruxstsL nl a. newtoe srom ksb- tss City, Kaaaaa. George L. tioiden. 12H ts. Mcuasaai from Arlingtoa, TeTWsV'--.- 4t,r James c. Lewis. 131 E. Dtvlstoa from Jefferson City, Me. - r- tred . McCuiley. 11J1H w, jam from Lamar, Me.-- - Leitnd G. Myers. 1S42 B. Jtlftrssa. frsm Stow. Ohio. Ward Roy. 1021 N. Gram from Hixhland- vUle. Mo. Warren F. Stanley, 132 N. Grant from Htrtvule, Mo. Wllbuiw Steward. Out a. ' PatLva (mm Lancaster. Ctllf. - Ward B. Walsh. 000 E. Grind Wichita. Kan. ,.D-lgM,Joo4l.2aill-.Wl Sllantto from aanstieia. Me. Walter N. Adam, MS t. Fremant from Norfolk, vs. ' WlUism R. Ruregmas, 14St E. Traf-flcway from Nlxa. Mo. George Cloven, Betview St from Albu querque. . K. hL -. Ted rkhsrdt, 2S41 W. Nlcholt from Enid. Okis. : Bob Lsbbes, Ystes St from Raymond till. Mo. . , William Lakey. tl Commercial, tram Los Augelea. CaUf. Peter C. Oswald. 1SSS L Ftb-wty Tsrr from Oak Park. tlL Cahts W. Pearr 1244 t Cruteher Irom Lincoln. Neb. timer a. - rurcen. 700 Cordova m. from Ft. Smith. Ark. ----- CHANGS IN MtCATMWt- Harold D. Alsoo. 1200 W. Dsivsrsny from 1112 W. University. Etwls Asdrsws. SOS a. Hobbsrsoa. from 1132 Wavland Dr. Donald E. Evsetene. 2121 Wasninrtaa from 120 E. Turner. Joseph FsrelL 042 W.-Pttlaf from 215 E. PacUlc. . -- --il, w. L, Ftrr. fso W. Drvuaog rrora urn N. CampbeU. - Eart D. Glvens. in w. High from X113 It. Howard. Mrs. Jstmits Harrto. 121 E. Normal from 1211 McGee. Ksllv K. Hodges. 1137 S. Robbsrsoa from ISU S. Jefferson. - I c. Keilv. Ull 1L fimminui from 1201 E. Commercial. L. A. Meyer. 1002 E. Seotooto from 2204 S. NtttonL Aloha Mother. 144S Trass from 1042 W. Scntt. Js Murpbra. 1711 E- Brewer from 1210 E. rywiaa. Donald Prttchard. 124 W. AtUntlo from 121 E: Turner. Jack yir Rase, 1411 W. Webster from 2242 N. Johnston. Harold G. Wrench. 202 Prince Land. from Jill W. Tamsa, . Fred H. Balden. Jr., IMS S. Weaver, from 455 W. Lombard. U F. Conrad. 1214 S. Klmbraugh Irom iM7 ... ts. cotelp. Homer r. Gilmw. 22M ctdsrsreot from 11 to S. Market. Dorothy Goddard. 2727 E. Atlantic from 2344 w. Harriaon.. . - Elitabeth c. Grant. SB E. Tampa from 52 E. Tamp. - rf!DouWefY-Jf S3t . 16. Glenn-nod I Inirfi "T2S1 E. Sunshine. John K. Hulsttm. 1200 X. Cstama rrom in uiraova Rom McGee 1124 E.. Chestnut 2012 H. Grant Ed "rrusseu. iiu X. U21 W. Florida. - BUILDING PERMITS Thomas Donswsv. ftvs-room feouss, 2221 souta Maryisad, awwu, Mrs. Eunice Noentna. UZt North Delaware. Stood. Masoa McCubMn. flu usnn hssisn lilt Esst Greenwood, 110,00. Charles E. Ea strides. 122 North Lone Pin. lltJMO. Maurice HoffrhV butinsm buildlngv ISU souw stewsri, eauus. Lore Acton, porch repair, 102S fcath Bobber Son. tost. . V W. B. Harper, retalaixg waS. 1231 North Bobbersoa. tl42. M. H. Jehaeoa. retalaau WalL 1222 North Bobbersoa. S190. Oak Rkige Csfs, . roofing repahr, tot West Kearney, taut. Springfield Security Company, roofing, 111 South New, two. Ms Wehr. rebuild porch. TO ; North Grant, S30S. -1 Cirter Hotrhlneoa, gtrag. USt North Lone pins, S200. Roy Bobert. roofutg, stxt North National. SUB, Herschel Barber; remodeling, T34 south Thtra, 150. - .-..-. . L. L. McC.lhoney. repairs, 714 East Com mercial. 1250. L. W. Smith, porch. 1111 Sherman, rot. Roy Young, roofing, 1711 Shermnn. IJ.'J. W. K. Besstay, rosflsg, 1221 Proapsct, MS. , - Cecil Long, roofing, 1122 Sooth Fremont. 1315. .. . - -, .-, .,, ... Amos Lewis, reoftogi 1112 West Elm Arcade, 221. r . , David caldwsH. rartort, us west Semi. 09. OWt. RavWatdars, gartgt. repairs, 42t Ohtr- MarguerK Denforth, . addition, repairs, ti nona vteiier. smo. Minnie Harris. toundtUes. tesasrt, OarfiekL 0200. Jamea Foster, tousfiiliea, rspahrs, 1121 west siswy, sine. Peter Asdsrmn,. South Grant, till. w. A. Extern, roofing. 224T ftorth rme- Ptct, tMt. D. O. FnrtOT. wrch. lots Ettt Ps- do Abranamaoa, rtonng, am OOttk Delaware. 0400. . Leroy smoot, reonag, ins North sr- Everett Nlmme. atUHa roam. 1200 North Johnston, VM. tiiHodges, aodiUoa. 7n 1M Monroe Terrsca. US. , v uay LiMwsy, remoaeung, sir satl wes- er, saw. Age Motor Cawipany. fnendatioa. repair, 702 West Commercial. 20t. George Tay. lor Cempeny. foendstios. repair. 702 West Commercial. S20O. Georg Taylor, roortng, sot wsst Bean. 250. Clifford RusseO. twsfhul. Ill North Grtnt. Sim. . , CUftord RumeO, roofing, tit . North Grant, list. Frask L. Comstock. sddKKa. tsit North OoMea. stSO. Hsrsrnel Minor. tsWPOft, 021 touts wsr- D. A, cufton noting, uot ntrmmn. hts, Everett Kaatx. rooflnx. 12ft East Sua- hin. 23S. - - - - Wsker W, DoetMsps. roeflng, loot rorv land. 1400.. J. SL Cm. roofing, TO South Rogers. 11 7S. S Jap Court Sentences CI for KMing Priest 0TSU,' Japan laV-The Japanese- District Court todarntencea,an American soldier to IS years im prisonment for robbing and mur dering Buddhist priest. Tbe-soWier, IdenUfled as Pvt Randall B. Boyles. 24, Kenton, Del., was convicted of assaulting the priest last Docamb, robbing him and tosslntf his nnconsclout body lntfl T Lake Blwa, where be drowned. , , ;' y ;.-The orosecutlon demanded light sentence. Judge Toshio Yan-asida'aald he) Imposed a lighter sentence . becauiie Boyles htva dio- nlaved a "penitent attitude" and presented $300 in sympathy money to the priest's widow. The army paid her 13.333. w r..- WASHINGTOK Wl -. Japanese Prima knntiter Klshl arrived to- diy for three days of high level talks which he said may open a "new era pt Japawie-Amertcan relations.". -1 . ; - -. :. , :. AURORA CITIZENS votod yeo-lerday to enlarge the city by annexing lis acres. The vote In the special election was 131 to 2a. WARD ttlNCIC" rTPuneral service for Wartfllinck 84,- former Ounnegan resident who died Monday at a rest home in Nevada, will be held at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow la the Dunnegan Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Lewis Mead officiating. Burial will be in the Dunnegan Cemetery under, the direction of Erwin-Blue. -, . RAY INFANT - Johuiiie Blco Bay. infant son of MrandMrt.-Jlmmie v Ray." 703 North Brown, died early yesterday morning at lHandley , Hospital. Graveside services were held this morning, .-. -.. vA JOSEPH ROSS WEEKS hTuniirsuw"servtees vdine'Btri:JO m. Saturday in the Ulmer Cha pel at Carthage for Joseph Ross Weeks, 83. Route 4. cartilage, woo died Monday, A native of Dallas County, Mr. Weeks lived most ot hi4fCJnrtt vicinity - before moving to Jasper County is years ago. He was mar ried' in Dade County to Martha Dlckerson. who died in 1951. Survivors are a twin son and daughter, Luthern Ernest Weeks, Route Reeds, and Mrs. Lucille Norton of Santa Clara, Calif, t three other sons, John and Clyde Weeks of near Lockwood, and Jeff Weeks of jeBKs, Ukia.: two otner aaugn- ters. Mrs. 'Joseph Foster,' Nevada. and Mrs. met Wilson, San Jose, Calif. a brother, Charles, Dade-ville: 21 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. " MRS. MATILDA MOULDS . Mrs. MatUda Moulds. 98. of Moun tain Grove, died yesterday morn ing in her home after a short ill ness. She had been a resident of Mountain Grove for 42 years and was. a member of the Royal Neighbors and the Methodist church. J She is survived by three sons, Charles of the home; Mahlon of Chicago, and Lloyd of Calgary, Canada. Funeral services will be held at 2 P.m. Thursday in the Barber cha pel witfi the Rev. Nelson Mor gan officiating. Burial will be in Uillcrest cemetery. , , .WILBUR WILLIAM CROSS Funerat services for Wilbur William Cross, 46, former Springfield- Ian who died Saturday at San Francisco, will be at 1:30 p. m. Thursday " In " Goman-Scharpf "Chapel with the Rev. Emory Wallace of ficiating. Burial will be in National Cemetery with military services at the grave In charge of a Fort Leo nard Wood group.,-i. ..lltj . Pallbearers will be William R. Brake, Earl Hlghfill, Kenneth Long, Warren Norman. William Thomp son' and .Dave -White,? '.r'tt? .AYNE-BRi"AN,;;i Wavne Brvan. 58. si native of Sfngfteldyiediswitoday at hte home in Detroit, after suffering a heart attack. Survivors are his wife, Dorothy: three daughters, Mrs. Robert Hen- son, Mrs. David McClennon and Miss Linda Bryan,-all of Detroit; four sisters, Mrs. Kenneth Rhodes of 800 South Newton. Mrs. Katie Craig of S05 South Newton, Mrs. CharileJ)anleUtfMounlalaGweJtaS- Burial will be la IOOF Ceme- and Mrs. Edgar Hensley of the state of California; and four grand- chudrea,.--;--i-.--t Funeral services and burial will be in Detroit, v.:.;--;-1 ,-:; -.-vy Drag Racing Now Problem on Water SHCESTON - Federal and state officers met here yesterday afternoon to discuss how to stoo motorboat drag racing on Wappa- peuo Lake. i . 4 -t.-tiArmy- Engineen told au thorities from Butler and Wayne counties and representatives of the ; State Highway Patrol that there was no legal way to stop the drag racing which has endangered other boat riders and swimmers at the lake, - ', The Army Engineers suggested an educational program v to j discourage the motorboat drag rac ing. Authorities say they have had complaints that numerous motor- boat operators, some intoxicated. had raced their boats into crowds of swimmers or near other boats. Three persons have drowned in the lake this year t; J,.:f . FIVE REPRESENTATIVES of the Springfield Public Library will l-attend the 76th annual conference of the American Library Associa tion In Kansas Ctty June 23 to 29. They- are Miss Vivian Maddox, Miss Mildred L. Wilson, Miss Mil dred Roblee, Mrs. George Glea- I . - ft. . ,1 . ... ton ami miss roasy mcvuiiy. ATLANTA IftA woman minister has been voted a member of line North Georgia Methodist Con ference . tor tne first ume. - one 1 i Miss - Ruth Rogers, 82, pastor of Hyatt Memorial .Methodist Church. She will be "on trial" . L. - . tt . . . . ' - PL.' -I.. ui nrsi two years, cue - also teaches mathematlca at Sylvan High School. , o o o 1. o mm o vf.!ifii.rit'Wiii o Ml i i i i Funeral services were to be held this afternoon at Monett for. Sam- , uel Dorrlg Blaokenship, 28, who ' died Tuesday morning at his home following a long illness. Be baa- lived all .his life In Monett. Survivors are. his parents, Mr. ; and Mrs. DUiarrJ K, Blankenship. ana a twla brother Bill. WILLIAM M. PEELER f - Funeral services for William Mil-. ton Peeler, 74. of 1713 Summit, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the. Klingner ChapeL Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery., - Mr. Peeler, a retired railroad employe, died Tuesday morning at Ilia Hums, ;....: v., , . e ILIE ELMER EDWARDS -Funeral nicw for l'lie Elmer Edwards, 63, of 836 North Concord, who was found dead near Fass nloht Pnrlr fiimrlav Bftarajwia w,lll :m; Thursdarin the- Ayre-Goodwin Chapel with the Rev. Edwin E. Mace officiating. Burial will be In Wesley Chapel Cemetery north of WUIard. Pallbearers will be Edgar Atcb- ley, Tom Wadlow.,Jr., Walter C, Atchley. Herbert Kllllngsworth, Rountree McMehen, and Jim Birch. " S t ' r MRS. MARY E. HOLT -Mrs. Mary E. (Molliel Holt. S3, former resident of Ozark and Chris , tian counties, died Monday at the home of a daughter-in-law. Mrs.-: Etcyl Holt of Pampa, Tex., where she bad been making her home for the past several years. . She is survived by a son. bidncy of San Antonio, Tex., and eeveral grandchildren. Funeral services win be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow in the Chadwick Union. Church-with burial in the Chadwick Cemetery under the direction of Harris of Clever. FRANK T. MILLER ' ' . Frank T. (Larry) Miller, 52-year- old Monett resident,' who held two track records at Southwest Missouri State College, died Monday morning at bis home of an ap parent heart attack. .- Known In his athletic days as "Red" Miller, he had established records at SMS In 19Z3 in the 1W" and 220 yard dashes which still stand'A-;-: He wa an employe of the Frisco and was secretary-treasurer- of -the' Brotlierhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers at Monett He had served In that capacity for a "number of years." Miller spent his entire life la the Monett - community and was a barber before golLg to work for the Frisco Miller was also a member of the MonettFir'MiJtriTj Surviving are his wife, Ruth of in Monett; a daughter, Mrs. L. "P. Mann of Onega Park, Calif.; his father. William Miller of Monett; a ' half-brother. L. - N.L Herrod of Monett: and three grandchildren,. ' . Funeral services will be held at ' 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Buchanan Funeral Home Chapel in fttoiiott with the Rev. Jeff Marsh officiate tery at Monett. DAN S. CHILT0V Funeral services for Dan S. Chil ton. 58,, engineer for Springfield City Water Company who died at Burge yesterday morning, will, be at 3 p. m. Thursday in Klingner Chapel with the Rev. W. L. Mur- daugh officiating. Burial will be in ' Greenlawn Cemetery.-:": I MRS. CORA L. DOBBINS '. Funeral services. for Mrs. Cora. L. Dobbrng, 75, of the Graydon Springs community, who died yes terday, will be at 2 p. m. Thursday in Eudora Baptist Church with the Rev. Alpha Red ford officiating. Burial will be in Eudora Cemetery under direction -of Brim-Daniel, Walnut Grove. Cedar County Passes . Hospital Bond Issue ' STOCKTON. Mo. tfr-The Cedar County hospital bond issue carried by a large majority in a spe ' cial election Tuesday, y - - The Snofflclol count save the i422Sr000-bond-wdk)ai 2,771 for and only 385 against."","".:'":'""':. The issue win be matched by, funds under the Hill-Burton act. To that amount the state win add: $10,000,. giving the county half a million dollar 30-bed hospital. ' "Flowers" Perfect symbol of love, and sympathy r r send flowers ' YOUR FLORIST 1 a..- . arr aseT 4 tyzVfl 'k 7tm Vthr,T liit9Bl! Mi. mm ,! (c Mi e Iwrndaf will 'ae JS toi, i v V X li.

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