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Springfield Leader and Press from Springfield, Missouri • 7

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Found Abandoned Over Representative Dec. 17, 1969 7 SPRINGFIELD (Mo.) LEADER-PRESS School Children Gather Food for 200 Families Helping Hand at Christmastime Seek Nixa Housewife, 20, Lily-Union Dispute SMS Serves Yule Feast Missing Since Monday Sent to Washington Students and faculty members in Springfield Public Schools are displaying their concern for the welfare of others in Springfield during the Christmas NIXA (Special) No trace has yet been found of Mrs. Neva Carol Blades, 20, of Nixa, according to Christian-t-Gountr tree and presents for the families they adopt. Many of the baskets will be delivered by those who filled them. Others will be taken throughout the city by jnembers of the city's Key Clubs on the last day of school before the Christmas recess.

whatever unit they might be, are separate from the other workersTirthat department: "We," testified Hatch yester sheriff's deputies. appearance have been discovered and officers have not yet ruled out the possibility of "fculplay Mrs. Blades is described as being five feet, two inches tall, weighing 115 pounds, with a pale complexion, brown hair and day, "consider machine attend Mrs. Blades has not been seen since 4:30 p.m. Monday when she left home to drive to a coin-operated laumlryr'ller' car was found abandoned near Nixa at 9:30 and clothing she laun Other school groups arehelp and teachers is compiled by the Office of Pupil Services working in corporation with the Greene County Welfare Office and the Salvation Army.

This coordina-tion avoidsdupl icationof efforts. Most of the families who will be helped are checked beforehand to find -out what type -of food or other items they heed or can best handle in an attempt to eliminate waste. 0 the elementary level, Christmas projects are usually undertaken by schools. In the upper grades, home rooms, classes or -school organizations often sponsor the projects. Some larger organizations provide not only food but also a dered was still in a machine in! Examples are projects to provide food, gifts, and clothing and special programs for the sick and elderly.

About 200 families arc being helped this year by schools, home rooms and school organizations which are gathering food and gifts for families not able to afford the trimmings associated with Christmas. All schools have a project of some type. The list of families for which the Christmas baskets are being prepared by the young people the laundry at 11 p.m. No clues concerning the dis- A holiday feast on a grand scale wasmaesreroSjr'to" some 2000 students at Southwest MiSGouri State College. According to Bob Woody, manager of Broughton's Food Servieeriare'terTa contraaopat SMS, the traditional holiday meal included 1428 pounds of glazed ham, 600 pounds of roast beef.

500 pounds of potatoes, 400 pounds of fresh frozen corn and 400 pounds of frozen peas. In addition there were holiday salads and garnishes, plus dessert of assorted pies and strawberry shortcake. The dinner, included in board costs for students living on campus, was served for students dining in the College Union cafeteria and the Blair-Shannon dormitory dining room. The students leave for Christmas vacation at noon Saturday. Temporary Closing For Burmese Schools ipg out during the Christmas season in other ways.

Some examples, a few of many projects, are: Tht Future Business Leaders of America chapter at Parkview High School, as its project, repaired toys for the Salvation Army. The Singing Strings, a musical group at Parkview, visited Fort Leonard Wood on Monday to play Christmas music for soldiers hospitalized there. Students in the auto body class at the Vocational-Technical School repaired and painted bicycles and others toys (or the It Just Wasn't Firemen's Day CARTHAGE (Special) Some days it just doesn't pay to get out of the fire station. A fire truck sent at noon Tuesday to a grass fire two miles south of here got stuck in the mud. A second fire truck sent to extricate the first also was mired.

A wrecker was sent to rescue both. RANGOON AP) Burma's Education Ministry announced Tuesday the temporary closing of all universities, colleges and Fourth Graders to Judge Cartoons in Dental Contest institutes. An official announcement said the closures starting Wednesday are necessary to alleviate parents' anxiety following political agitation to create trouble in will be judged by a special committee designated for the task. The five best entries will be Marine Corps Reserve unit to give out at the annual commu district The dispute over what union would be the appropriate bargaining unit tcTbi for theTTglit" to represent the nearly 1400 production workers at the Lily -Tulip plant here today was directed, straight Jto. Washington, for a decision by the main National Labor Relations Board.

NLRB examiner John S. Boy-er adjourned a day and a half of hearings at noon today with word he is sending the case directly to the Washington board for final evaluation. "If the case were ruled upon by a regional director," explained Boyer, with a slight grin, "it just might be that the decision would be appealed." Boyer had listened to a parade of witnesses, including workers and supervisory personnel from the sprawling paper and plastic products plant, who testified as to the organization of workers in the various divisions within the facility. Initiating the proceedings was the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, who have won the right to represent maintenance workers at the plant. The IBEW wishes permission to hold an election for their union among the most of rest of the plant employes.

Intervening in the petition is the International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers. An earlier petition filed by the Teamsters to orga. nize warehouse workers at the plant has been withdrawn. "I don't want to "hurt the feelings of the NLRB board in Washington," complained Suph-ite Workers attorney J. F.

Sou-ders, "but we are frankly and sincerely interested in a quick answer on this case." Souders said he feared the case would become "buried" under the pile of NLRB work in placed on display in Heer's After student demonstrations arising out of dissatisfaction at nity Christmas party. Members of the Future Home throughout National Dental the ticket offices of aj boxing makers of America at Hillcrest Health Week, Feb. 1-7, and the first place winner will be High School will visit Grand event Dec. 9, Rangoon University was closed for the December holidays which normally JORDAN'S reputation forty years in Springfield speaks for itself. awarded an educational model ife Acres Rest Home at 5 p.m.

tomorrow to present gifts and A cartoon contest open to all fourth grade pupils in Springfield's public schools will help publicize National Dental Health Week, Miss Patricia Shroder, president of the Springfield Dental Assistants Society here, said today. Miss Shroder said that the contest is opening in the fourth-grade classes throughout the city today, and that a closing date has been set for Jan. 21. Children in the classes will choose their own winner. Winners in the various schools will be announced Jan.

28, and tooth, with certificates to go to start Dec. 24. Demonstrations the four runners up. ants to be part of the production department to which they are assigned." Hatch testified that under Lily's cost accounting system the wages of the machine attendants are charged to the production departments to which they are assigned. He also testified that production foremen give orders to machine attendants and exercise authority over them.

In morning testimony Tuesday, Francka used as witnesses machine attendants who testified their supervisors were Houston Williamson, David Beckerdite and others. Hatch identified the latter as "maintenance shift supervisors." Hatch testified that machine attendants never move from one department to another because the different departments have different kinds of machines. On cross-examination, Hatch told Francka that the maintenance shift supervisors, like Beckerdite and Williamson, report to Clayton Henshaw, superintendent of maintenance, rather than to production people. "Why," asked. Francka, "is Henshaw consulted on the hiring of machine attendants?" "He is charged with the maintenance of all machines in the plant," said Hatch.

Francka also learned from Henshaw that Henshaw signs status change forms on machine attendants when they are so created, but not on other employes. Machine attendants from various departments who testified yesterday for Francka included Benjamin L. Scott, Frank W. Pierce and Ezra Edgar Wilson. "I have more bosses than anyone else," Scott told Francka.

Scott has been a machine at-lendant since August, 1953, and also told Francka he is required to furnish his own tools. One of the jobs of machine at- All cartoons submitted will be cookies, candy and fruit and entertain residents with Christmas Carols and a short skit. spread to some district in stitutes. put on display at various public places, Miss Shroder said. You find tomorrow's slvlvs lit JOliUAS'S toihv.

Judges for the contest will be Bob Palmer, editorial cartoonist lOKDAWS for Springfield Newspapers, aided by the general assis tendants, requiring several hours, is called "conversion" of machines, and Pierce testified that production people did not help with conversions. In questioning of Ezra Wilson, John S. Boyer, NLRB hear Hillcrest dramatics classes presented a Christmas program for the patients in the crippled children's and geriatrics wards at Cox medical Center this morning. The Spanish Club at Hillcrest tants of the dental health week committee. MAM I CTl KI; i 4 1TKIUKH JjJ Two File for Judge 215 S.

Jefferson l'honc ing officer, brought out a reply that, though machine attendants sometimes must be disciplined, they are never disciplined by the production department. Woman Changes Plea Placed on Pronation A 30-year-old woman, who changed her plea to guilty as her trial was beginning Tuesday afternoon, has been placed on two years' probation. Miss Bobbie Lea Fenimore, 1038 West Tampa, who pleaded guilty before Circuit Judge Douglas W. Greene to a forgery charge, was accused of writing a $76 check given by a man to Maschino Hardware, 1715 South Campbell. The offense occurred July 14.

r. in 'crt is making Christmas stockings for the children at Cox Medical Center. The Tri-Hi-Y at Parkview has made soap animals to present to the children and, the elderly in Springfield hospitals. The Singettes of Bissett School performed a program of Christmas music for the Springfield 3'ind Center. School offic'als' feel that involvement in Christmas projects such as these serves a two-fold purpose: it brings to students the realization of need in the community and it gives them a chance to do something to lend a h'lning hand.

Washington but examiner In Newton County NEOSHO (Special) Mayor Wayne Insco and Eastern District County Judge Uhlan Stipp, both Republicans, have filed for presiding judge of the Newton County Court here. Chester Hennick was appointed to the office this year following the death of Floyd Shew-make. Insco, a retired cafe and news stand operator, said he will remain on the city council until after the 1970 election. Stipp is a farmer and was with Stipp Transfer and Storage Company for 14 years. Boyer overruled the objections and instructed attorneys for ail Sere.

Aom sides to submit briefs to the Washington office by Jan. 5. Benjamin J. Francka, attorney for the union, attempted to show with his witnesses yesterday that machine attendants, in STOTTS CITY Voters of the Stotts City special road district have voted 97-79 to dissolve the district. Shop 'til 9:00 Tonight OPEN EVENINGS 'til 9 P.M.

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