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a Leader Springfield, Dec. 21, 1969 Deaths Deaths RAY LAWRENCE HART CLEVER--Funeral services for Ray Lawrence Hart, 56, Clever, will be at 2 p.m. Monday in the Christian Church here with the Rev. C. B.

Orahood officiating. Burial will be in the Wise Hill Cemetery under direction of Cantrell. Mr. Hart, who had had heart trouble, was found dead in his home about noon yesterday by a brother, Clinton, Route 1, Clever. He apparently of a heart attack early yesterday morning.

Mr. Hart, a retired farmer who had never married, was a member of the Clever Christian Church. In addition to Clinton, he is survived two other brothers, Cassville, and Kimmy, Clever; and two sisters, Mrs. Elsie Cobb, 2710 North Fulbright, and Mrs. Reba Cates, 1863 Greenwood, DAVID L.

NEEL CABOOL- Funeral services for David, Neel, 46, former resident Dunn community in Texas County, will be at 1 p.m. today in the Elliott-Gentry Chapel here with the Rev. R. L. Gass officiating.

Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. died Wednesday af. ternoon at his home in Kansas City, of an apparent heart attack. He was a veteran of World War II, and had been employed as a machinist. Survivors include one son.

David Kansas City, and five sisters, Mrs. Pearl Kelsley, El Monte, Mrs. Fleda Webber, Independence, Mrs. Mary McGowen, bool. Mrs.

Hazel McAllister and Mrs. Lucretia Smart, both of Kansas City, Mo. JESSE L. HALEY Jesse L. Haley, 47, of 1462 North Rogers, died at 5:30 p.

m. Friday in Cox Medical Center following a long illness, Survivors include his wife, Martha: one son, Rodney; one step Ann Johnson; his father and step-mother, Otis and Mayme Haley, Hartville, one brother, Iva Vernon Haley, Cleveland, and one step-grandchild. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Herbert V. Smith. OTIS LEROY THOMPSON Otis Leroy Thompson, 89, Colorado Springs, a former resident of Springfield, died in Colorado Springs hospital Friday.

Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Greenlawn Cemetery with the Rev. Charles Brown officiating. The body will be at the Ralph Thieme Chapel from noon today until 9 a.m. Monday.

ED WISE CLEVER Funeral services for Ed Wise, 77, of Clever, will be at 2 p.m. today in the First Christian Church here with the Rev. C. B. Orahood officiating.

Burial will be in Wise Hill Cemetery under direction of Cantrell of Clever. A lifelong resident of Christian County, Mr. Wise died at 9:35 p.m. Thursday in Springfield General Osteopathic Hospital following a lingering illness. EDWIN R.

KINTREA Edwin R. Kintrea, 74, of 3534 South Oak, died at 3:55 a.m. Saturday in St. John's Hospital following a lingering illness. A lifelong resident of Spring.

field, Mr. Kintrea was one of the founders of the old Kintrea Hat Company, established here in 1914. A veteran of World War he was a member of Christ Unity Church. Surviving are his wife, Marie, and a sister, Miss Katherine Kintrea, both of the home. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m.

Monday in the GormanScharpf Chapel with the Rev. David L. Schumacher officiating. Burial will be in Maple Park Cemetery. Legal Notice BEFORE THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SPRINGFIELD, MISSOURI, IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF OWENS-ILLINOIS, TO VACATE A PUBLIC WAY DESCRIBED, AS FOLLOWS: Beginning at a point formed by intersection of the South side of former Pythian Street (since vacated) as it was mapped, 40 feet wide, on October 19, 1951, with the East quarter-quarter section line of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 17, Township 29, Range.

21, which said point is 20 feet South of the Northeast corner of such quarter-quarter Section and running South, along said East quarter section line, and the line in continuation thereof forming the East quarter quarter section line of the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of said Section, a distance of 1633.5 feet: thence running West, at an interior angle of 87 degree 44' to. the last mentioned course a distance of 60.05 feet: thence running North, parallel to and 60 Teet West of the first described course, a distance of 1632.65 feet to the South side of former Pythian Street aforesaid; and thence running East along the aforesaid South side of former Pythian Street, parallel to and 20 feet South of the half -section line, a distance of 60.02 feet to the point or place of beginning, EXCEPT any portion thereof conveyed for street purposes in Book 1421, at Page 401. Recorder's Office in and for Greene County, Missouri. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE PROPOSED VACATION OF THE ABOVEDESCRIBED PUBLIC WAY. Please take notice of the pendency of the petition of Owens-Illinois.

to vacate the above public way, which was filed by said petitioner with the City Clerk of the City of Springfield, Missouri, on December 4. 1969. You are further notified that the City Council of Springfield, Missouri, will not act upon the said petition during a period of thirty (30) days next following the date of the first publication of this notice, which first date is the 5th day of December. 1969, and that after the expiration of the said thirty (30) day period, all objections. if any, to such proposed vacation will be heard.

OWENS-ILLINOIS, INC. by JOHN K. HULSTON Its Attorney JOHN K. HULSTON Attorney for Owens-Illinois. Inc.

408. Woodruff Building Springfield. Missouri Burn Victims' Rites Are Cabool Area, Rueter Residents Funeral services for Henry Moore Ford, one of two persons who died Friday as the result of burns suffered in home fires, will be at 2 p.m. today in the Johnson School, near Kissee Mills, with the Rev. Adah Maggard officiating.

Burial will be in the church cemetery under direction of the Forsyth Funeral Home. The 83-year-old Rueter man died about 12:30 p.m. Friday when fire broke out in his home, according to Taney County sheriff's deputies. A neighbor, Roy Bonner, told officers he was driving past the Ford residence when he noticed the house on fire. Bonner opened the door but the gushed out in his face, officers said, and he was unable to go inside to help Ford, who was bedfast.

One of the two dogs in the house ran outside when the door was opened, but the other animal died in the fire, was on an overheated wood-burning stove. Ford is survived by son, Cletus, of the home, and a sister, Mrs. Bessie Cardwell, also of Reuter. Funeral services for the other victim. Mrs.

Alice V. Simmons, 62, of Route 4, Mountain Grove, will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Cabool Christian Church with Forrest Wise officiating. Burial will be in Cabool Cemetery under direction of Elliot-Gentry of Cabool. Miss Simmons suffered severe burns Thursday in a trash fire at her home and died at 8:30 a.m.

Friday in St. John's Hospi- A member of the Cabool Christian Church and the Order of the Eastern Star, she is sur. vived by her husband, Leo; one son, Capt. Donald Simmons, Andrews Air Force Base, Washington, D. one daughter, Mrs.

Larry Barnes, Louis; one brother, Alvin Dowdy, San Fernando, and four grandchildren. Wilbur Franklin Smith, gersville, was charged Saturday in connection with theft of a radio sending unit and tachometer from a car owned by Bert Felton, Route 2, Rogersville. Smith will be arraigned Monday in magistrate court on petty theft charges. WEATHER Weather data for Springfield: TEMPERATURES: Highest yesterday 33; lowest yesterday 23; highest this date in 81 years ,70 in 1889; lowest this date in 81 years -4 in 1887. PRECIPITATION: Rain from 6:00 p.m.

to 6:00 p.m. yesterday, trace; heaviest rain this date in 81 years, 1.31 in 1967. SUN: Rose this morning sets tonight 5:00. Length of daylight, 9 hours, 36 minutes. ARKANSAS Occasional light rain today, sleet ending and from the mixed west with tonight.

rain snow northern portion early today with chance of local accumulations near one-inch in higher elevations. Monday partly cloudy and turning colder. Highs today mainly in the lows tonight mostly in the 30s. KANSAS -Travelers warning east and central for snow and freezing rain. Occasional snow extreme west and snow becoming mixed with or changing to sleet and freezing rain east and central, and chang.

ing back to snow by morning. Lows lower 30s extreme east and 20s west. Partly cloudy extreme west and mostly cloudy elsewhere Sunday with chance of occasional snow extreme east by morning. Colder extreme northwest. Highs 30s northeast to about 40 extreme southwest.

Clearing and colder Sunday night. Monday partly cloudy. Warmer west and central. MISSOURI- Travelers warning. Snow beginning most of state, mixed with rain or freezing rain extreme south.

Snow likely continuing Sunday morning ending late Sunday or Sunday night. Monday clearing and colder. Snow accumulation from 1 to 3 inches Missouri. through most of north and central OKLAHOMA Fair west Sunday, drizzle central and with decreasing cloudiness Sunday afternoon, Fair Sunday night and mid-20s Monday. Panhandle: Cooler mid-405 Sunday night.

southeast. High Sunday near 50 extreme northeast to low 60s west, Date Prom WEATHER BIGA 10 20 COLD 70 Shewers Snow TORE GAS Flunios Figures Shew High Temperatures STATIONARY For Daytime Sunday. Prodigitatien Net ladleated- Consult Cool Weather Rain is expected today along the Pacific Coast with snow in the Great Lakes region. It'll be warmer in the East and colder in northern New England. It will continue cool in the Ozarks.

NOW IN STOCK 32 STOCK SIZES STORM WINDOWS REG. 1099 NOW $777 (WICKES) 2100 N. 13 By-Pass Springfield, Mo. 869-2519 WINTER HOURS: LUMBER BUILDING 8 A.M. to 5 P.M.

MON. thru FRI. 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. SAT.

SUPPLIES CENTER Joplin Youth Killed, December Toll to 20 The December traffic fatality toll in the Ozarks stands today as the result of a two-car crash early Saturday. The victim was Fred Stephen Autry, 19, Joplin. Troopers said the youth was killed at 12:30 a.m. Saturday when a car driven by David Neil Larson, 19, Joplin, collided headon with a car driven by Evelyn Ruth Hanson, 51, Galena, Kan. Young Larson had driven onto the wrong lane of U.

S. 66, two miles west of Joplin, troopers said. Larson suffered head, chest and possible internal injuries Asks Hearnes Be Overruled ST. LOUIS (AP) The head of the St. Louis antipoverty pro.

gram said Saturday that Missouri Gov. Warren Hearnes' veto of in federal funds was an act "of repression of what should be a basic human right." Clyde S. Cahill general manager of the Human Development made the statement in a letter to Donald Rumsfeld, director of the Office of Economic Opportunity in Washington. He asked Rumsfeld to override Hearnes' decision. The governor said he vetoed the money because some of the funds would have gone to the St.

Louis-St. Louis County Legal Aid Society. The society has been embroiled in a controversy over whether it should help militant social action groups. "I see legal aid as essential to the fulfillment of our mission of overcoming poverty," Cahill wrote Rumsfeld. "If one program can be knocked down by one governor in one state, then no program is safe to strive for its goals in any Cahill said the.

governor did not fully understand the gravity of his action, but "capitulated to pressures generated by some elements of our community with whom some aspects of the legal aid program are unpopular." 'Russian Roulette' Fatal in St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP) Police said a 23-year-old St. Louis man killed himself Saturday while playing "Russian roulette" with a pistol. The victim was Ronald Wagner.

Wagner's wife told police she and her husband were at their home talking to friends when her husband placed a cartridge in his pistol, spun the cylinder and said: "I'm going to play Russian roulette." She said he then placed the pistol to his head and pulled the Mrs. Hanson suffered lacer. lations of the face and right knee and possible chest injuries. They were taken to St. John's Hospital in Joplin for treatment.

Young Autry was pronounced dead at the scene. In other area traffic accidents: Three persons injured at 3 p.m. Saturday in a four-car accident at Oak Grove and Sunshine were taken to St. John's Hospital by Safety ambulance. Frederick Wilson, 22, of 1619 South Plaza, suffered facial lacerations, James Nelson, 21, of 1619 South Plaza, head and facial lacerations, and Dennis Jadlot, 22, Nevada, facial lacerations.

Rhea Hammer, 43, Chicago, was taken to Phelps County Hospital in Rolla for treatment of multiple bruises of the shoulder suffered at 2:25 p.m. Satur. day on Interstate 44 at the west edge of Rolla. Troopers said he was in a car driven by Poniano Mojica, (69), Chicago, when the latter's car was forced off the road. The car skidded into a bridge, Joe Harold Wofford, 24, Route 1, Monett, was taken to St.

Vincent's Hospital in Monett for treatment of lacerations of the left eye and nose suffered at 11:15 p.m. Friday on a Barry County Road, three miles west of Monett. Troopers said Wofford's car was traveling at excessive speed when he lost control, ran off the road and hit an embankment. Two persons were taken -to Cox Medical Center for treatment of injuries suffered at 9:35 p.m. Friday on Interstate 44, in Lawrence County.

Billy Jim Gibbs, 38, Sedalia, suffered possible right leg fracture and chest injury and George William Shannon, 32, Clinton, lacerations of the head and a possible hip fracture. Gibbs and Shannon were in condition last night. They were injured when Gibbs, with Shannon as a pas. senger, reportedly drove up behind a truck driven by John George Popa, 25, Tulsa, at high speed. His car rammed the rear of the truck and careened into the median.

He was cited on a complaint of following too closely. Two persons were injured at 8:30 p.m. Friday on Vernon County two miles east of Sheldon. James Stewart Pope, 21, Route 3, Lamar, declined treatment and Nancy Luann Turner, 14, Sheldon, was treated at Barton County Hospital in Lamar. The accident occurred when Pope attempted a right turn on a country road and his car skidded into the ditch.

He was cited on a complaint of careless trigger, and the gun fired. and imprudent driving. SANTA PERSONALLY RECOMMENDS THESE GIFT Coaster $325 up $625 up Tricycles up Wheel Barrows (Childs) $449 Basket Balls $735 Footballs (Regulation) $595 Basket Ball Back Boards Basket Ball Goals with $319 Black Boards (with chalk $369 Cork Bulletin Boards (Framed) $429 Ping Pong Table Tops Soft Ball $275 Ball $398 Ping Pong Table $399 TOASTERS BATH SCALES ELECTRIC IRONS ELECTRIC HEATERS WEST SIDE LUMBERS HARDWARE CO 2500 College 869-1505 "PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE" Plane Returns To Santiago SANTIAGO, Chile (UPI) Chilean airlines (LAN) jet hiyoung jacked to extremist Havana armed Friday with by al pistol, knife and stick of dynamite returned to Chile Saturday with 73 passengers and 10 crewmen. The hijacker, Patricie Alarcon Romas, 23, a Chilean cabinetmaker and possible member of the terrorist arm of Leftist Revolutionary Movement (MIR), remained in Havana, Alarcon's father Victor, 75, said his son was a former member of the Marxist Socialist youth movement who had declared himself "anti-electionist" and in favor of armed revolution. Acquaintances said he had many friends in MIR, which is the target of a special judicial inquiry now, and could be a member.

His only police record showed a dropped formal charge of painting unauthorized slogans of an extremist nature on a wall in the farm town of Molina, near Curico at the southern end of the central valley, last year. The airplane, which refueled in Arica, Chile, on the Peruvian border and in Guayaquil, Ecuador, during the seven hour flight to Cuba, returned to Santiago via Guayaquil and Arica. The passengers disembarked in Arica, where most were bound on the internal flight from Santiago when the plane was hijacked. Manuel Salgado, a radio newsman who was on the hijacked flight, said that during the gunpoint refueling stop at Arica, a pregnant woman had an attack of hysteria and beat on the cabin door with her fists urging that she be allowed to disembark as she was in danger of losing her child. This request prompted Alarcon to release eight children and five women, including the pregnant woman and a single man who was going to his father's funeral in Arica.

A special meeting of all Zenith employes, members of Local 453, IBEW, will be held at 3 p.m. today in the Central High School auditorium. Jack Moore, business manager of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers local, said the purpose of the meeting will be for discussion and ratification vote on contract proposals resulting from the current negotiations between Zenith Radio Corp. and Local Union Session Today For Zenith Peking Is Silent On Easing Trade HOUSTON Mrs. Nellie Shryock, 90, died in Texas County Memorial Hospital here Friday night.

She had been ill several years. Mrs. Shryock had been a resident of the Bucyrus community all her life. She is survived by four sons, Ray, Willow Springs, Howard, Ypsilanti, A. Silver City, N.M., and Ralph, Bucyrus; two daughters, Mrs.

Van Note, Houston, and Mrs. Melba Young, Bucyrus; three sisters, Mrs. Minnie Shaffer, Thermopolis, Mrs. Myrtle Norris, Gulfport, and Mrs. Bessie Norris, St.

Louis: grandchildren and 44 great children. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Evans-Elliott chapel here. with the Rev. Walter Baker officiating.

Burial will be in Woolford cemetery, near Clara. MRS. DOYLE MORLEN MRS. NELLIE SHRYOCK AVA Mrs. Evelyn Morlen, 38, Ava, died at 2:45 a.m.

Saturday in her home here. She had been in ill health for the past few years. include hus. band, Doyle Harlen Morlen; two daughters, Sandra Jean and Marilyn Joyce, and a son, Harlan Ralph, all of the home; her parents Mr. and Mrs.

Ralph Hamby, of Arno, three sisters, Airs, Mildred Mae Leppart, Springfield, Mrs. Leona Pennyman, Highland, and Mrs. Mary Lou Darby, Arno, Mo. Funeral services will be at 2 p. m.

Monday in the Clinkingbeard Chapel here. Burial will be in Ava Cemetery. HENRY HUNTER CABOOL. Funeral services for Henry Hunter, 63, of Route 1. Cabool, will be at 3 p.m.

today in the Elliott Gentry Chapel There with Keith Cunningham officiating. Burial will be in Pleasant Grove Cemetery. A farmer and timber worker, Mr. Hunter died at 3 p.m. Wednesday in the state hospital at Nevada following a short illness.

He had been a longtime resident of the Pine Flatte Community, south of Cabool. His only survivor is a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Van Heurck, San Francisco, Calif, ALVIN FREDERICK ROHRS Alvin Frederick Rohrs, 70, of Rapid City, So. died in a rest home at a Bolivar, Thursday, following a two month illness. The body is being sent to White Lake, by Ralph Thieme Funeral Home for services at graveside today at 2 p.m.

at White Lake, Survivors include Wayne A. Rohrs, director of the Good Samaritan Boys Ranch, north. JOHN M. COX MORRISVILLE- John Cox, 71, lifelong resident of Morrisville, died at 3:30 p.m. Saturday in Cox Medical Center, Springfield, following a lingering illness.

He was a member of the Morrisville Assembly of God Church, Local 878 Carpenter's Union of Springfield, and the Bolivar Masonic Lodge No. 195 A.F. A.M. Survivors include his wife, Delta: two sons, Benton 2720 North Broadway, Springfield, and James David, St. Louis; eight Mrs.

Charles Grant. Mrs. Dick Durbin, Mrs. Joe Yates, Hrs. Ron Ball, Mrs.

Bill Reaves. and Mrs. Danny Presley, all of Springfield, Mrs. Bill Ghys, Republic, and Mrs. Larry Griffitts, Morrisville; and 20 grandchildren.

Funeral arrangements will be by Butler of Bolivar. Will Arraign Two On Stealing Charges Two Rogersville youths will be arraigned Monday in magistrate court on charges of grand steal: ing. They are Martin A. Fields, 17, and Tex Wilbur Harris, 18, Route 2, Rogersville. The two are accused in connection with theft of a stereo tape player and 10 tapes valued at $190 from Jim McCraw, Route 3, Springfield.

Robert W. (Bob) Williamson, 80, of Route 10, Springfield, died at 4:40 a.m. Saturday in Cox Medical Center following a lingering illness. A lifelong resident of Greene County, Mr. Williamson was a longtime member of Mount Comfort Church.

Death came on the 61st wedding anniversary of Mr. Williams and his wife. Cora. Other survivors include two sons, Leonard, of Ash Grove, and Joe, of Route 10: two daughters, Mrs. Mary Harris, Willard, and Mrs.

Oleta Steele, 1120 East Commercial; one sister, Mrs. Bird Williams; 2110 North Franklin; seven grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday in the Klingner Chapel with the Rev. Orvie Best and the Rev.

Ben Francis officiating. Burial will be. in Mount Comfort cemetery. MRS. CHARLES H.

THOMAS ROBERT W. WILLIAMSON Mrs. Lemah McWilliams Thomas, 67. of 1201 South Crutcher. died at 3:30 p.

m. Saturday in Cox Medical Center following a lingering illness. Mrs. Thomas was a native of Nixa, and had been a resident of Springfield for 66 years. She was a member of the High Street Baptist Church.

Survivors include her hus. band, Charles: one son, Wilbur McWilliams, Fort Smith, three daughters, Mrs. Eva Chrisman, 918 Walnut Terrace, Mrs. Thelma Gabriel, 1409 Concord, and Mrs. Ruth Willis, Wedgewood; Mrs.

Virginia two Hobbs, daugh: yer, and 1 Mrs. Norma Henderson, Pleasant Hope; two brothers, Marl Goddard, Rogersville, and Klonn Goddard, Kansas City, three -brothers, Leon, Max, and Donald Goddard, all of Springfield; one siser, Mrs. Virdee Duggin, Seattle; four half-sisters, Mrs. Mary Glenn, Mrs. Anna May Beach, Mrs.

Ireta McCafferty, and Mrs. Jeanell Robison, all of Springfield: six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren, Funeral arrangements will be announced by Herman Lohmever. Missing at Nixa Search Off For Woman NIXA (Special)- The search for Mrs. Neva Carol Blades, who has been missing since Monday night, was called off Saturday after a futile search by dozens of men. Christian County Sheriff Buff Lamb said last night he had located no concrete evidence of the whereabouts of Mrs.

Blades, 20-year-old housewife. Several pilots from Springfield flew over the area for hours Saturday, and the state highway patrol plane Jefferson City joined the search, but to no avail. The search Saturday centered from the James River Bridge north of Nixa to Highlandville and west of Nixa for that distance. The only current possibility of a lead is a 16-year-old boy who reportedly told a friend he knew of Mrs. Blades whereabouts.

The youth is being sought for questioning. HONG KONG (UPI)- Official Communist Chinese sources were silent Saturday on U.S. moves trade restrictions with mainland. No quick response had been expected. When and if the Peking regime does react to the American move announced Friday, the response is likely to be a demand that the United States withdraw its support from the National Chinese government on Taiwan.

That, the Chinese Communists declare repeatedly, is the key to improved Sino-American rela. tions. The major part of the American move, effective Monday, is to permit subsidiaries and affiliates of American firms abroad to sell nonstrategic goods to Red China and buy Red Chinese products for resale on foreign markets. This amounts to partial lifting of a trade embargo imposed during the Korean War 19 years ago. Calls for Resignation Of Demo Chairman WASHINGTON (UPI)- Sen.

Ernest F. Hollings, D-S. said Saturday that Sen. Fred R. Hars ris: D-Okla.

should resign as chairman of the Democratic National Committee because his Senate responsibilities leave him too little time to give the party the leadership it needs. Hollings also charged in a local television interview (Close Up-WMAL) that the Democratic National Committee under Harris "has for all intents and purposes written off the South" or used it as a "whipping boy" while the Republican party is making important new inroads in southern states. In calling for Harris' resignation, Hollings said: "He's overboard. You cannot give full attention to your duties as a senator and run a national Democratic party. You just can't handle it." FIRE FIRES BACK COLLBRAN, Colo.

(AP) Gunfire and not house fire kept firemen at a distance from 'a blazing ranch house in Western Colorado which had been set afire by lightning. The rancher had in his home an unusually. large amount of rifle ammuni. tion which began exploding and kept the firemen at bay, for some time. YOU CAN BUY! AT ADCO SUPPLY CO.

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