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4 Ang. 1970 Against Union SPRINGFIELD (Mo.) LEADER-PRESS Annual Baby Beef Sale To Be Feature of Fair CUT "Dl Damage Suit Refiled In Wounding of Boy Are you looking for "an ex "Any business firm wishing to cellent chance to buy quality assist in the event should con 1 tTACM beef at good prices?" tact the fairgrounds office, by Injured Boy Is Improving Runs Into Path Of Car Near Home That's the chance you'll have calling 833-2860," Tucker said. A $520,000 damage suit filed W- 1 J. struck him in the head. The suit was filed here, ended against the Allied Industrial if you attend the third annual Baby Beef Show and Sale at the ivW Workers of America in con Ozark Empire Fair, according Meanwhile, Lewis Miller, manager of the fair, reported that the Union National and Springfield National Banks are offering a unique service for the nection with the wounding of a in a mis-trial last Jan.

26, went to Kansas City on a change of venue and then was dismissed to Don Tucker, superintendent 10 year old boy during a of the event. union dispute is back in circuit The sale, where about 75 fair. there last week by the plaintiff. It was re-filed here Wednesday. court here.

S3 i Friday And "Anyone having a ticket from the banks will be admitted to choice calves will be auctioned, will begin at 7:30 p.m. Monday, The wounding of the boy oc Jackie Eldreth, 6 year old The suit asks damages for Big Buys For Baby permanent head injuries re Aug. 17, and will be held in the the fairgrounds free from 12 noon until 4 p.m. on opening day curred curing a strike by members of A.I.W. Local 469 at the former Royal plant on East fairgrounds arena.

Tucker said. Saturday ceived by Dewayne Cantrell, the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Wednesday, Aug. 12," Miller "The Family Passport Cantrell, Route 1, Brookline, who was in bed March 25, 1969, when a shot fired into his home Earl Hiram Murray, 42, Route 'Ticket is good for the car and all w.v,w,WViVAWAW.VAVAW.WWX 1, Brookline, a union member, is ft V.WW.V.W.

vlvC'A occupants," in prison serving a three year Miller also noted that Fore KNOTTY PINE CRIB I May Be Charged most Dairy will again sponsor a son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Eldreth, of 933 West Central, is In "good" condition today at Cox Medical Center where he is being held for observation. The youth was hit by a car about 5 p.m.

Wednesday in the 900 block North Broadway. The driver of the car, David E. West, 20, of 1461 North Frisco, told police the boy ran from behind a utility pole and into the path of the car. In other accidents: Macy Carolette Cheever, 61, Who is movinff from Tllinnit in special Kids' Day Aug. 14, a prison term on mayhem for his admitted shooting into the house.

Richard Vernon Brown, 29, of 2642 Horning, was found guilty as an accessory after the 99 24 SAVE 8.01 Friday. All children 12 years and un Reg. 33.00 jj Gun Victim Hospitalized fact and received a two-year der will be admitted free to the grounds from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., courtesy of Foremost, prison term. Single drop side, colorful lamb nursery decal.

PETERSON FOLDA CHAIR Miller said, and carnival rides will be at reduced rates to chfl dren that day. MOUNTAIN VIEW (Special) Midway, was taken to Glendale Staffer To Join School In Honolulu 99 The day's grandstand program will feature the Olympic Glen Ozena Rutledge, 25, Route 1, Birch Tree, is in "fair" SAVE 3.01 19 Reg. 23.00 1 International Circus. condition today at St Francis $1000 Mark For Reward In Case of Woman Missing at Nixa NIXA (Special) Information leading to the location of Mrs. Carol Blades, 20 year old housewife who disappeared from home last Dec.

15, is worth $1000. That amount has been solicited by the Nixa American Legion Post 434 in a canvass of the Nixa area. The reward offer will expire Dec. 4, 1970, according to Post Commander Milo Thornton. If not claimed by Dec.

15, the reward money will be returned to the donors, Legion spokesmen said. Any information in regard to Mrs. Blades' whereabouts will have to be verified in writing by the Christian County sheriff's office and the Missouri Highway Patrol, according to Thompson. Mrs. Blades has not been seen since she went to a laundry in Hospital, where he is being treated for gunshot wounds in CU Adds 20 the lower back.

James L. Bresee. mriiil stud. Rutledge will be charged with ies teacher at Glendale High Street Lights Unbreakable chromed steel tray with safety lock foam padded seat and back. Adjustable footrest.

S-lj: One hand easy fold. One hand tray adjustment. Safety seat belt. Converts to Youth chair and Utility glj: Chair. Slim Line DRESSING TABLE 1 School, will be vice principal of felonious assault in connection with an incident which occurred at the mobile home of Mr.

and ine Honolulu junior Academy, Honolulu, Hawaii next year. Bresee. who taueht at both Parkview and Glendale during his nine years with the Springfield school district also will he 44 Installation of 20 residential street lights during July, for a total of 240 during the past 12 months, was reported by Dale Sims, manager of City Utilities electric department, today. New 7000 lumen mercury vapor lights are at Lee and Elizabeth, Lee and Oakland: Lee 22 SAVE 7.56 Reg. 30.00 director of public relations at Mrs.

Roy Edward Dixon, 28, Birch Tree, according to Sgt E. D. Elmore and Trooper L. R. Deatherage.

Rutledge allegedly was intoxicated when he walked into the home at 1:30 a.m. today, armed with a .22 caliber pistol, and threatened Mr. and Mrs. Dixon and their two children, of tne island school A native of Marshfield, Bresee Four molded tlastic drawers 5-8" chromed tubular steel legs, 2" thick foam pad, safety belt, plastic jisij laundry pail with deodorizer compartment. has been active in youth activities since moving to Springfield.

He was day camp director for west and east of Lexington; Atlantic at Albertha, Elizabeth, and Lexington; Elizabeth and ficers said. Ritter Springs Day Camp, a Tri- Nixa about 3 to 3:30 p.m. Dec. High; Elizabeth north of Lee: Hi-Y coordinator, and a member PETERSON STROLLABOUT 11 of the YMCA Youth Board. Most recently he was in 15.

Her car was found on U.S. 160 south of the Mo. 14 junction, and the clothing she had taken to the laundry was still there. Extensive searches in the vi Albertha south of High; Albertha and Thoman; Oakland and High; Oakland north of Lee; Thoman east of Park; Hoffman north of Atlantic: At 99 24 Built-in comfy ruaaresr pillow, mmy poaaea Mat, 3 patition redintrs. Adjuttabl delux footreit, 3 position canopy, safety seat belt, fiv Wrap around steel bumper.

Safety broke, ket basket, play tray and blocks. SAVE 3.01 west nams Hospital for treatment of body bruises and abrasions after her car hit an embankment beside U.S. 63, in Pomona, at 4:35 p.m. Wednesday. Troopers said the right front wheel broke, causing the car to swerve out of control.

Three persons were taken to Sullivan Hospital from the scene of a truck mishap on Mo. 19, two miles south of Cherryville, at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. Officers said a pickup truck driven by Danny J. Wilson, 16, High Ridge, ran off a curve, cut back onto the road, went off the opposite side and overturned in a ditch.

Wilson suffered possible back injuries, his sister, Sheilah, 15, possible back injuries and a cousin, Deborah Wilson, 18, St. Louis, suffered a possible left leg fracture and back injuries. Four persons injured at 9:50 p.m. Wednesday on Mo. 8, three miles east of Steelville, were taken to Phelps County Hospital for treatment.

Michael Turnbough, 19, Steelville, suffered laceration of the left hand and a chipped tooth, his brother Bruce, 9, head bump, brother Gary, 18, bruises and abrasions, and Mary Waller, 17, Steelville, laceration on the left leg and a head bump. Troopers said the accident occurred when a car driven by Michael turned left in front of a passing car driven by James Decker, 26, Steelville. Norman N. Calton, 45, Lebanon, was taken to Wallace Hospital in Lebanon for treatment of forehead laceration suffered at 11:15 p.m. Wednesday on La- reg.

28.00 Dixon shot at Rutledge with a shotgun but missed and as Rutledge ran from the home, he was shot with a 20-gaug shotgun fired by Larry Elliott, 22-year old son of James Bennett Elliott, 50, of Birch Tree, the owner of the trailer court, according to troopers. strumental in directing the B.O.G. (Boys of Glendale) program which collected Christmas gifts for former students now serving in Vietnam, and in the fund drive for two kidney ma cinity for her have been unsuccessful in uncovering any clue lantic east of Hoffman; High at Lexington, and east and west of as to her location or reason for disappearance. Lexington; Lexington south of High. chines.

Judge Hunter CHTTi Is Nominated I For Top Post INTRODUCING Federal Judee Elmo B. Hunt- eri a judge of the U.S. district court for western Missouri. ha NINA iLT. been nominated as president of 1 "fs W'fll jsesss vlHb msss) tne American Judicature society now holding its annual meeting 7 1 In St Louis.

Judge Hunter, of Kansas Cityt is well known in Springfield legal circles, having presided over court cases tried in the southern division of the U.S. district court. The judge has been chairman of the board of directors of the society for the cast vear. The A New Young Line Many Styles for Back to School clede County MM, just east of i American Judicature society is EARLY AMERICAN COLONIAL HIGH CHAIR IMPERIAL SAFE-T CAR SEAT 999 SAVE 6.01 an international organization of 46,700 lawyers, judges, and lay I ll i 1 Pi a 99 seg. 16.00 Lebanon.

Calton was cited on a complaint of careless and imprudent driving after his car went off the left side of the road and hit a culvert. There are over 80O0 varieties of rice in India; only about 15 kinds are grown in the United States. Reg. 25.00 SAVE 5.01 19 men from the U.S. and 44 other countries.

The western federal court dis- Black Vinyl Car Seat with seat belt and JTF Mi II I Beautiful Salem Maple finish, washable fabric trict of Missouri includes courts headrest. Heavily padded protector bar. Fits adjustable wood tray removes to con-any ear (even bucket seats). vtrt to youth chair. at Joplin, Springfield, Kansas City and Jefferson City.

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