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Springfield Leader and Press from Springfield, Missouri • 32

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Venezuela and Bolivar SPRINGFIELD (Mo.) LEADER-PRESS fiscal Sense Is Demanded Japanese Visitors Find Laurel and Hardy Funny Tricolor Wreath Marks Close Ties souri State College, wbo said I -J- ptj I --'S aT 1 I hhd'- ill 1 I 'v' I I fcnr'X v- -1 f-T-r mi- 1 I Wi 1 i 'vn i I 1 CARACAS, Venezuela (UPI), A tri colored wreath from Bolivar, lay today at the foot of the tomb of South Ameri can liberator Simon Bolivar. The red, blue and yellow wreath colors of the Venezuelan flag was placed Tuesday at the National Pantheon the site of Bolivar's tomb. Dr. Jerry Horner, chairman of the Division of Christianity and Philosophy of Southwest Baptist CoSe-Se otoedBvat Attended the simple ceremony reaffirming the ties between the tiny U.S. town and Venezuela.

Bolivar, founded in the 1840's, has been closely linked with Ca- a a Bolivar's birthplace, since the 1948 presentation by the Venezuelan government of a statue of the national hero. U.S. President Harry Tru man of Independence, and President Romulo Gallegos of IIMG Custom Made to the the statue in Bolivar, Mo. I I This COUPON worth for having your I TYPFWDITFP I I I I I I I eIV chermcatty cleaned, oiled and adjusted at POWELL ENTERPRISES 227 E. Olive I (one block north of quare) I Call for free eifimaf Coupon Good For Limited Time Only KONG Tailors Your Measurements ..48.00 Venezuela were present at 1948 unveiling ceremony of that thr Golden Age of Comedy started in the mid-20's, lasted about 20 years, then lost its ap peal after World War H.

"Two people who might really sum np Hollywood in the Golden Age of Comedy were Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy," Payton said. Then' he proceeded to prove that the old films do have universal appeal visiting group of 38 Japa nese students, who were presented Rotary flags to carry backto.thejr home xountry. snared with the Sotanans in the hearty laughter during the film showing. Nearly half of the' students are from Rotarian families in Ja-p a and reciprocated by presenting club president Don Roper with flags from their fathers' Rotary clubs. Housing Low Bid By Hucke Firm SOUTHWEST CITY (Special) The Clarence Hucke Con struction Company of Kansas City is the apparent low bidder for a public bousing complex to be constructed here.

The bid of $447,468 is to build 20 units for elderly residents at one location, and eight low in come units at a second The project was designed by Butler and Associates of Springfield, and the bid must receive final approval from the Department of Housing and Urban De velopment in Fort Worth, Tex. The R. L. Hamblin Construe tion Company of Nevada and the Brunson Construction Company of St. Louis were the other bid' ders.

The bids were opened here Tuesday. -Symington Spending Rapped by Danf orth NEOSHO, Mo. (AP) -Atty. Gen. John C.

Danforth says there is a need for more fiscal responsibility by the federal government in defense, welfare and farm programs. "It is because we have had people like Senator Symington in Congress that the country is in the difficult financial situation she is Jn today," he, said Tuesday night in a speecfi prepared for a fund raising dinner sponsored by the Central Missouri Republican Committee. "Symington over the years has established a record of virtually unchecked spending, both in the military and domestic areas, with too little regard for the consequences. Danforth is a candidate for the Republican nomination to oppose Sen. Stuart Symington, who is a candidate for re-election.

He said Symington was one of the biggest spenders in Amerl can history. "He has voted for planes that don't fly, tanks that don't run, rifles that don't fire, and duplicate weapons systems whose only justification for being is that a different branch of the military felt like having them," Danforth said. Take your time not your life, Prescribed by many dentists. Used' by millions. For instant relief get ORA-JELwith the Good Housekeep ing Seal.

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B. Luper got a call from her son at Ft. Leavenworth, Tuesday. He fold her the Army bad dropped charges accusing him of covering up news of the My Lai massacre. Col.

Robert B. Luper, 47, was charged with failure to obey a lawful order. At the time of the massacre, Luper was commander of an artillery battalion. "He's a very calm persons," Sirs. Luper said, "so he didn't seem excited.

But I had told him to call me, so he did. He said they had called him from Washington and that it would probably be on the news today. That was about all he said." She said her son would be in Fayetteville in November for the University of Arkansas homecoming. He graduated from the school 20 years ago. Seven officers out of an original 14 are still charged with alleged attempts to suppress news the My Lai incident.

Luper dropped out of the University of Arkansas at age 19 and joined the Marines. He served in the Pacific during World War II. He returned home and graduated from the university in 1950 yith a business administration degree. During his Army service has been in Korea during the war there, in Germany for three years, at the Pentagon for three years and in Vietnam for ll months, his mother said. Of $1,000 Goal Reward Fund for Woman jit $617.16 ''NIXA (Special) -The Nixa iCmcrican Legion Post No.

434 is making its last appeal for funds bn the Carol Blades reward land, which will be posted Aug. According to Finis Gold, Le-gjon service officer here, the (and stands at $617.16, and the goal of the post is to collect llOOO for the reward. -The money may be left at any Nixa business or mailed to Milo Thornton, commander ol the Le gion post here. If it is not claimed by Nov. 3, all money donated will be returned to those who have given to the fund.

Gold said no money will be accepted by the post after $1000 is posted. He stressed the Legion here is interested only in the location of Mrs. Blades, a 20 -year old Nixa housewife, who I British Woolens, Silk Mohair, Tropical Worsted-All Tear Round -Many Mora! 300 Samples Ta Choeso from. All latest colon Anv Style of your choice. In Springfield 3 Days Only! Fri.

July 29, 30 31 For Appointment, Call Mr.1 Peter Banee at Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge Phone 866-6671 Far Free Catalog, writ le tamo's International P.O. Box K-l 882, Kowtoon, Hong Kong The almost 12-lnchhigh -stack of requisitions being measured by Greene County Auditor Bill Stone in Just a short time is being transferred to half a roll of microfilm by Mrs. Mary Lou Lowe. Stone, whose office Is believed to be the first auditor's office in the state to use microfilm, said that the microfilm equipment just purchased for bis office, probate and the county health department will result in a cash savings in excess of the cost in less than -two years. Binders and other office equipment are very expensive, Stone noted, pointing ont that the saving of space also is a factor in the new equipment.

The total cost of the new purchase was $3600, Including cameras and simple readers for each Processing equipment and a more expensive reader, purchased two years ago for the recorder's office, will be used, Stone said. First to Sears The Open Road Including Southwest Missouri Conservation Bills Get Review From Symington Trail Mini Bikes LP ffi 3 HP ENGINE SAVE 15.90 Is comedy in the United States dead? Although the Golden Age of Comedy is past, an old Laurel and Hardy movie brought plenty of laughter at the weekly meet ing of the Rotary Club of Spring field yesterday in Kentwood Before the movie, "Busy Bodies," was shown, a brief talk was given by Don Payton, publicity director at Southwest Mis- VoTech School In Lamar Area Wins Approval LAMAR (Special) School officials here are beginning plans for a vocational technical school to serve this area, following approval this week from the State Board of Education. Lamar R-l Supt Glenn Williams said the school will serve the Jasper, Liberal, Bronaugh, Sheldon, Golden City, Lockwood and Greenfield communities, in addition to Lamar students. The other districts will pay tuition for their enrollees and provide transportation. Williams said no cost estimates are available yet He said he -and school board members will be meeting with architects, builders and state officials concerning requirements forthe new center.

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Symington, citing the importance of such bills, noted that some experts believe that with better land use, the Ozarks area could be producing twice as much livestock. The senator said that since enactment of Public Law 566 in 1954, a total of 17 major watershed projects have been approved for construction in Missouri. "In the Agricultural Appro- Eureka Springs Gas Restored EUREK A SPRINGS, Ark. (Special) Natural gas service to some 900 customers here has been restored after patching of a pipeline punctured by a bull dozer. The line was accidentally sliced Monday noon by a construction crew working on Ark.

62 near Berryville. Arkansas Western Gas Company said the flow was restored about mid night Monday, but that servicemen i worked until last night checking individual meters and relighting pilot flames. JEFFERSON CITY Noal A. Gipson, D-Purdy, has been appointed by Gov. Warren E.

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velopment and improve and ex pand recreational facilities. A total of 63 project measures are now completed in the Top of the Ozarks River area, the Sena tor said, while 104 project mea sures have been completed and 204 others are in the process of being installed in the Southwest Missouri area. JOPLIN Joe Leonard of Webb City has been elected president of the Jasper County Young Democrats, and Don Scott, candidate for the Democratic nomination for state rep resentative from the 134th Dis trict, is the new vice president after elections here last night. SKIPPER SAILBOATS VENTURE YACHTS QUALITY SAIIBOATS 17,31,21, 34, Ft. Year Print bland Rttrait 866-5431 we know and Vnlun rtr MEMBER AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY ISIS Pi.Wio Stereo Tape Player 59)" Reg.

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wy Jrjjl TTT Church here. The name of the informer will not be released, Gold said, and the money will be paid to the informer by Father Chambers after Mrs. Blades is located, dead or alive. Mrs. Blades is 5 feet, 2 inches and 115 pounds, with natural light brown hair.

At the time of her disappearance, she had tinted b'onde hair with a reddish tinge. She has a fair complexion and always wore her hair short, with bangs. She has a 1-inch scar on the left side of her chin. The last person known to have spoken to her was Mrs. Sue Hop ton about 2.15 p.m., Dec.

15. She was seen last between 3 and 3:30 p.m. at a Nixa laundry, but her car was found on U.S. 160, south of the Mo. 14 intersection, be- tween 4 and 4:30 p.m.

Her husband is Larry Blades of Nixa and her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Horton of Springfield. $2372 in Loot Taken at Finn WAYNESVTLLE (Special) Theft of a car, gun and other articles totaling $2372 is being Investigated here today by law enforcement officers. The articles were stolen ome.

time Monday night from the Hodge Auto Sales Company, Route 2, Waynesvillc, according to state troopers. VVNJ WIN AGAIN WITH D0IIEGAI1 REPUBLICAN FOR STATE SENATE "Making vital change in Stat Gov ernment will require diligence and hard work. George Donegan hoi 0 lingular kind of dedication to good government." DWIGHT DARBY Donegan tor State Senate Cammitlee Authority Pick Flory, Treaiurer 4 Hot summer days drain the power in your battery. Check Your bafr tery hare one of these 4 year guarantee battcrief installed today at 'Sean, before you take to the road, jt It certainly does. A purchase as important as a diamond should not be made on the basis of price or "cut-rate" inducement, but on the firm foundation of quality and value received.

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