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20 Dec. 19, 1970 Springfield Mo Daily News Deaths: RAY RUSSELL HARRISON, Ark. Funeral services for Ray Russell, 75, Route 2, Harrison, will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday in the Christeson Funeral Home here with the Rev. James McCammon officiating.

Burial will be in Maplewood Cemetery here. A native of Texas, Mr. Russell died at 8 a.m. Friday in the Boone County Hospital here after an illness of several weeks. Mr.

Russell moved to Boone County 71 years ago and was a member of the Bellefonte United Methodist Church. Mr. Russell was a retired farmer and stockman and former employe of the Arkansas State Revenue Department, the Arkansas Highway Department and the Arkansas State Plant Board. Survivors are his wife. Era; four daughters, Mrs.

Paul Pierce, Colorado Springs, Mrs. Harles Simmons. Branson, Mrs. Kenneth Cox, Walton, Mrs. Ben Dodson, Harrison: a brother, Clyde, Route 2, Harrison; a sister, Miss Bly Russell.

Harrison; nine grandchildren and one great -grandchild. MRS. JOHN HARRIS SEYMOUR Funeral vices for Mrs. Decie M. Harris, 77, of Seymour, will be at 1:30 p.m.

Monday in BergmanMiller Chapel with the Rev. Gordon Heckendorn officiating. Burial will be in the Seymour Masonic Cemetery. Mrs. Harris died at 12:05 a.m.

Friday in the Foster Nursing Home at Springfield following a lingering illness. Survivors include her husband, John; a daughter, Mrs. Blanche Thompson, Oakland, Iowa; four sons, Thurman, Glenwood, Iowa, Wilbur, Seymour, Edsel, Council Bluffs, Iowa and Harold, Conway; 29 grandchildren, 46 great-grandchildren and 10 great greatgrandchildren. MRS. MURL SHEPARD Funeral services for Mrs.

Mary Mae Shepard, 47, of 3113 West Page, will be at 3:30 p.m. today in Chapel of the Ozarks with the Rev. Albert Pyle officiating. Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery. Mrs.

Shepard died Wednesday at Ellis Fischel Hospital in Columbia after a long illness. MRS. LEWIS ROLLEN Mrs. Nettie Rollen, 71, of 1034 Sherman, died at 1 a.m. Friday in Cox Medical Center.

A long-time resident of Springfield, Mrs. Rollen was a member of the Washington Avenue Baptist Church. Besides her husband, Lewis, of the home, she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Australia Vaden, of Boley, and Mrs. Nona Neale, of Tulsa, Okla.

Services are under direction of Herbert V. Smith. MANLEY N. BENNETT LAMAR Manley N. Bennett, 74, Lamar, died at 11:10 p.m.

Thursday in the MissouriPacific Hospital in St. Louis where he had been a patient since Nov. 12. A 42-year-employe of the Missour Railroad, Mr. Bennett retired in 1958.

Survivors include his wife, Mamie; a son, Ray, Salt Lake City, Utah; two daughters, Mrs. Beulah Lawless, Lamar, and Mrs. Hazel Bell, Cheyenne, a sister, Mrs. Blanche Shank, Phillipsburg; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Lohmeyer-Konantz will announce arrangements.

MRS. JULIA CLAYTON MORRIS Funeral services for Mrs. Julia Clayton Morris, 82, of 919 North Florence, will be at 3 p.m. today in Ralph Thieme Chapel with the Rev. James Melton officiating.

Burial will be in East Lawn Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 3 p.m. today. Mrs. Morris died at 11:15 p.m.

Thursday in Cox Medical Center after a long illness. She had been a resident of Springfield since 1928, coming from Spring Valley, Ark. She was a member of College Street Baptist Church. Surviving are three sons, Ralph Route 12, Raymond 436 South Newton, and Eugene Marcus, Route two daughters, Mrs. Marjorie L.

Hill, Route 2, Republic, and Mrs. Pauline J. Mason, 855 South West Avenue; a brother, Jim Vanwinkle, state of Oklahoma; five sisters, Mrs. Sally Holmesley, Spring Valley, Mrs. Mary Scott, Bentonville, Mrs.

Essie Harris, Fullerton, Mrs. Maude Biggs, St. Louis, and Mrs. Jessie Johnson, Pine Bluff. 10 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

MRS. CORNELIA CAMPER Mrs. Cornelia Camper, 84, of 1207 North Sherman, died at 1:45 a.m. Friday in Sunshine Acres Rest Home following a long illness. She is survived by one granddaughter, Mrs.

Laverne Parker, of Peoria, three greatgrandchildren and two nieces, Mrs. Olive Decatur, 1229 Sherman, and Mrs. Roberta Bartley, of 1110 Sherman. Services are under direction of Herbert V. Smith.

Additional Deaths on Page 19 MARSHFIELD Andy Sut75, Elkland, died at 12:55 p.m. Friday in Cox Medical Centee. ter following an illness of several years. A retired sawmill operator, Mr. Suttee is survived by his wife, Nellie; a son, Leland, Pecos, two daughters, Mrs.

Paul Fowler, Elk City, Mrs. Floyd White, Elkland: two step-sons, Charles and Clifford Hartwell, Elkland; a step daughter, Mrs. Hubert White, Elkland: a sister, Mrs. Ida Lee. Exeter, 28 grandchildren and 22 greatgrandchildren.

Funeral arrangements will be announced by Barber-EdwardsArthur. DR. HARRY G. BEAUMAN ANDY SUTTEE Funeral services for Dr. Harry G.

Beauman, 80, of Route 3, will be at 11 a.m. today in Chapel of the Ozarks with the Rev. Paul Whalen officiating. Burial will be in Maple Park Cemetery. Dr.

Beauman died at 6 a.m. Thursday in Cox Medical Center after a long illness. MRS. CATHERINE I R. MacALLISTER GAINESVILLE Funeral services for Mrs.

Catherine R. MacAllister, 101, longtime resident of Gainesville, will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Clinkingbeard Chapel here with the Rev. Wyley McGhee officiating. Burial will be in Sims Cemetery.

Mrs. MacAllister died at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Edythe Farmer, Nobel, yesterday, following a short illness. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Farmer and Mrs.

Lean Tiedenann of Dodge, three sons, Allen and Donald of Gainesville, and Robert of White a sister, Mrs. Georgette Snyder of St. Paul, 10. grandchildren, grandchildren, and three 34 greatgreat- great grandchildren. JOHN I.

ROLLINGS Funeral services for John Isaac Rollings, 65, former resident of Taney and Christian counties will be at 1:30 p.m. today in Witt Mortuary, St. Louis, with burial there. Mr. Rollings, former president of the Missouri State Labor Council, died Thursday.

His home was in St. Louis. MRS. VIRGINIA M. COON STRAFFORD Mrs.

Virginia M. Coon, 78, Strafford, died at 12:40 p.m. Friday in the Bolivar Nursing Home following a brief illness. Mrs. Coon moved to Bolivar four years ago from Lima, Ohio.

Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Ruby Berry, Bolivar, Mrs. Faye Thompson, Lima, Ohio: two sons, Virgil, Cheyenne, and Earl Washington, 15 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. The body will be at the Butler Chapel at Bolivar until noon today and will then be flown to Lima for services at 3 p.m. Monday in the Childs and Sons Funeral Chapel on West Wayne Street.

Burial will be in Shawnee Cemetery in Lima. FRANK MULLINS GAINESVILLE Funeral services for Frank Mullins, 60, former resident of Gainesville, will be at 2 p.m. today in Clinkingbeard Chapel here with the Rev. C. I.

Holmes officiating. Burial will be in Mammoth Cemetery. Mr. Mullins died at 11 a.m. in the state sanatorium at Mt.

non. Survivors include his wife, Marie of Orange, two sons, Buddy and John of Albuquerque, N.M.; two daughters, Mrs. Judy Wilson of Seattle, and Mrs. Lea Mullins of Orange, a brother, William of Eureka Springs, and four sisters, Mrs. Clemmie Jones of Reeds Spring, Mrs.

Bertha Harrison of Burton, Mrs. Ethel Thompson of Albuquerque, N.M., and Mrs. Edan Hayes of Bakersfield. MRS. CATHERINE R.

GLOVER WALNUT SHADE Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine Glover, 87, Walnut Shade, will be at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in the Whelchel Chapel, Branson, with the Rev. Hubert Kaylor officiating. Burial will be in Walnut Shade Cemetery.

Mrs. Glover died at 9 a.m. Wednesday in the Lakeview Rest Home, Forsyth, after a long illness. Survivors are one son, Charles, Walnut Shade; a brother, Tom Sportsman, Fellows, five sisters, Mrs. Sadie Barnhart, Reeds Spring, Mrs.

Anna Meadors, Fellows, Mrs. Menta Bennett, Sanger, Mrs. Emma Oswalt, North Bend, and Mrs. Dora Bilyeu, Chadwick; nine grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and one great-greatgrandchild. MRS.

RICHARD WILSON RICHLAND Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy June Wilson, 28, Richland, will be at p.m. Sunday in the First Baptist Church here with the Rev. vey Dye officiating. Burial will be in Oaklawn Cemetery here with Moss- Williams in charge.

Mrs. Wilson died at 9:15 p.m. Thursday in the Pulaski County Draft Records Damaged And Destroyed in Raids ELIZABETH, N.J. (AP) Thousands of records at the draft office here were and thousands more were stolen from the office. 15 miles away in Union City, Selective Service officials said Friday.

Police said the incidents occurred some time between 5 p.m. Thursday and early morning when workers at the board came on duty. Identical messages phoned to the news media, including The Associated Press, and left in notes at both boards attributed the work to the "Early Hoover Vacuum Conspiracy," as a protest against the war in Southeast Asia. Police in both cities said they had turned evidence over to the FBI, which had entered the case. The police would not say what the evidence was.

The scene at the second-floor Elizabeth draft board chaos, police" said, with thousands of records ripped from filing cabinets and strewn in shreds on the floors. Peace symbols and slogans in red paint covered the walls. "Love Your Neighbor," read one slogan, "Stop Killing People in our Cities," said another. Brought by Company Judge's Ruling On Hughes Case Is Due Today By TERRY RYAN LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) The outcome of a struggle for control of Howard Hughes' $300 million Nevada holdings rested Friday with a judge who said he would announce his decision Saturday.

Hughes' relationship with his chief lieutenant, Robert Maheu, and the conflicting testimony of handwriting experts were raised as key issues Friday during final arguments in an 11-day court battle, before State District Court Judge Howard Babcock. The conflict pitted Maheu, Hughes' visible representative since the mysterious billionaire descended upon the state four years ago, against the board of directors of Hughes Tool the inherited family firm that is the basis of Hughes' immense wealth. With Hughes reportedly vacationing in the Bahamas and out of the line of fire, the tool company forces flew in from Texas and two weeks ago announced the firing of Maheu. Maheu resisted, saying: "Mr. Hughes wouldn't do it." He obtained a restraining order preventing tool company interference with his control of Hughes' Nevada properties.

The courtroom battle on a tool company move to set aside the order. Maheu's attorney, Morton Galane, argued Friday that the tool company forces were trying to ruin Maheu and the personal relationship he had with Hughes. "They would destroy the stature and dignity of Robert A. Maheu," said Galane. At no point, said Galane, did the tool company challenge the fact that there had been agreement in times past that Maheu held a specia! role in the Hughes organization and that position was based on his personal relationship with Hughes.

Chester Davis, tool company chief counsel, countered by saying Maheu was simply a servant whose services were being disposed of by the master, Hughes. "What does he offer except the claim that I am a faithful servant and the master cannot ever lose faith with me," said Davis. "We are not trying to interfere with the personal relationship. We just follow the written directive of Mr. Hughes." That written directive was a proxy extending to Davis and two tool company directors power to act for Hughes.

The authority to fire Maheu came from that proxy, the tool company said. The signature "Howard R. Hughes" on that proxy was disputed by handwriting experts brought in by both sides during the hearing, and both Galane and Davis urged in closing that the testimony of their respective experts be given weight by the judge in deciding the case. Hospital, Waynesville, after a short illness. She was a member of the Beulah Baptist Church.

Survivors are her husband, Richard; two sons, Ronnie and Craig Wilson, both of the home; her father and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Joe Perkins, Richland; her step-father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Glowienke, Chicago; two sisters, Norma Smith, Richland, and Sue Velez, Chicago; two half-sisters, Lucy Ann and Helen Irene Perkins, both of Richland; a half 1f-brother, Norman Smith, Richland; and her maternal grandparents, Mr.

and Mrs. Joe Conklin, Richland. While damage in the Elizabeth office was described by Selective Service Officials as "extensive," there were few signs of the raid in the Union City office, police said. But Union City Police Capt. Eugene Mullen reported that "thousands of records" had been taken.

Selective Service officials said they did not believe anything had been taken from the Elizabeth office, but added typewriters had been broken. Col. C.A. Tocco, a state Selective Service official, said that if the raiders' intent was to stop persons registered at the two boards from being drafted, the attempt failed. He said records at a location he would not disclosed would be used to reconstruct the destroyed and missing files.

Tocco added that while the raiders in Union City had carted off cards signed by men, who had registered for draft, the actual files on each man had been untouched. "This will only delay their draft by a little," Tocco said. The note at the Elizabeth board was pinned to a Christmas tree while the one in Union City was left on a table. Both were signed "Merry Christmas." Police theorized that the raiders in Elizabeth had hidden somewhere inside the building in which the draft board is located until after closing time. They said there was no forced entry into the building.

Union City police said forced entry was made into the draft board there through a rear door. The notes left at both boards and phoned to the news media said, "The destruction of these. documents of death makes us one with the East Coast Conspiracy. which police said probably was a reference to a group by that name composed of Roman Catholic priests, nuns and laymen. Part of the notes read, "Let this act be interpreted as an act of solidarity with young black, brown, red and white Americans who are fed into the war machine of every escalating conflict in Southeast Asia." The note also said in obvious references to the President and FBI Director J.

Edgar Hoover, "Nixon nonsense and Hoover harassment does not deter us nor does prison deter us." East Coast Conspiracy members have publicly proclaimed a policy of nonviolent opposition to American military policy and the Vietnam war. But FBI Director Hoover has charged the group with conspiring to kidnap government officials. He also charges that brothers Daniel and Phillip Berrigan, two Roman Catholic priests, in prison on convictions connected with acts of vandalism at Selective Service offices in Maryland, are members of the East Coast Conspiracy. The Berrigans and Conspiracy members deny a connection. -Highlights in the NewsCourthouse Vault Bracing Begins Work began yesterday in the Greene County, courthouse to brace the the vault after an underground fault caused the floor to sag several inches.

The situation was discovered this week, and although no break in the sewer running under the courthouse was dis. covered, the records in the recorder's vault are being moved and steel bracing is being installed to relieve the danger of a disastrous cave in. Three years ago a break in the sewer line caused fill dirt to wash away, allowing the floor of the courthouse furnace to collapse. "The difficulty three years ago with a ground shift obviously has caused the problem," according to Presiding Judge W. Fred Schaeffer.

Blades Reward Refunded, No Word on Grand Jury NIXA No decision has been announced by Judge Garner L. Moody of the 38th judicial circuit whether a grand jury will be called to investigate the Dec. 15, 1969, disappearance of Mrs. Carol Blades of Nixa. A reward of $1000 was refunded to donors yesterday, after no clue to her whereabouts has been received.

The reward had been scheduled to be refunded earlier this month, but was delayed by a last minute request by Christian County Sheriff Buff Lamb. Cather Named to 5th Term as 'Y' President Re-elected to a fifth term as president of the board of directors of the Springfield YMCA is Russell S. Cather, president of Great Southern Savings and Loan Association. Other board members reelected include G. Pearson Ward, vice president, and John L.

Young, secretary. Earl K. Nau was elected treasurer and William B. Turner was elected assistant treasurer. Men elected to 3-year terms on the board beginning Jan.

1, are Erwin F. Busiek, W. Orville Pottenger, David A. Rydeen, Robert F. Quinn, Ralph Thieme and W.

Jim Woody. They will join continuing board CROSSWORD Barry R. Aton, Ross B. Ausburn, William Barclay, C. Major Close, Grant Davis, Joe George, Curtis W.

Graff, James E. Ray Love, Saul Nuccitellie, James L. Robinett, Charles H. Tillman and Bryan M. Van Hook.

Retiring members of the board are William Buckner, U. J. Busiek, Bert Putman and Freeman Bates. Re-elected to 3-year terms as members of the YMCA board of trustees are John C. Bennett and U.

J. Busiek. Other members of the board trustees are Davis, Don Evans, George Squires, Tom Watkins and Cather. AMA INTREPID PUZZLE RAY ATOP WED ESTIMATE THE FOREVER THEM ACROSS 28. Drawing pencils EL AIR FRY 1.

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Favorite 36. Understood 38. The I 40. American author Par time 22 min, AP Newsfeatures 12-19 41. Put on CAM TAU GALA AMA INTREPID By Walker Missouri's Rest Homes Defended JEFFERSON CITY (AP) David R.

Walker of Joplin, president of the Missouri Nursing Home Association, said Friday Washington news stories critical of nursing home operation 3 just don't apply to the members of his association. In a statement Walker said "on behalf of the concerned and dedicated nursing home owners and administrators in the state of Missouri I must express dismay at the sweeping attack against all nursing homes contained in yesterday's testimony before a committee the United States Senate." He referred to the testimony of six teen-aged girls who made a survey of nursing homes last summer at the request of consumer rights advocate Ralph Nader. They described what they found as horrifying, disillusioning, heartbreaking and inexcusable. Walker said "the people of Missouri are being well served by the nursing homes of this state. We have a progressive, regulated program under the supervision and inspection of the state division of health.

"Nursing homes in this state are providing a valuable services to the needs of our aged and infirm citizens. The goal of jour Nursing Home Association has always been to upgrade patient care and to propose and support the improvement of professional standards." New officers of the McLaughlin Neighborhood Council of the McLaughlin Center, 2825 West Division are Don Glide well, chairman; Charles Soules, vice chairman; Kelly Harvill, secretary; Jim Plemmons, assistant secretary, Mrs. Coleen White treasurer, and Mrs. Aleta Crain, reporter. Legal Notice AGRI PRIZE, INC.

NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS TO BE HELD DECEMBER 28, 1970 TO THE SHAREHOLDERS: Notice is hereby given that a special meeting of shareholders of Agri-Prize, a Missouri Corporation, will be held on the 28th day of December, 1970, at the hour of 10 o'clock a.m. at the Colonial Hotel, Jefferson and St. Louis Streets, Springfield. Missouri, for the following purposes: 1. To consider and take action upon the selling of the assets of Agri-Prize, Inc.

2. To consider and take action upon the dissolution and liquidation of the Company. 3. To transact such other and further business as may properly come before the' meeting or any adjournment or adjournments thereof. This notice and the accompanying proxy are sent to you by order of the Board of Directors.

The Board of Directors has fixed the 1st day of December, 1970, as the record date for the determination of shareholders entitled to notice of, and to vote, at the special meeting and any adjournment thereof. By order of the Board of Directors. Robert A. Duck, President SMALL BLACK and yellow female cat, wearing yellow collar with bells. Lost in the area of Kimbrough and Cherry.

Reward. 865-7919, 866-1032. LOST. SMALL brown and white female dog. Full grown, part Terrier, strayed from 3010 East Bennett.

Answers to Sassy. Child's pet. 881-7615. LARGE BLACK and white spotted Dalmation, 1 white eye. Last seen in vicinity of SMS.

Reward. 862-7255. BLACK FEMALE Toy Poodle, downtown vicinity, name Reward. 862- 7885. BROWN, BLUE eyed Siamese male, Hilltop Heights-Ravenwood vicinity.

883-7096 after 4 p.m. Gray Large Miniature Male Poodle. Rabies tag No. 4116. Reward.

865-1316. MALE SIAMESE cat, black plastic flea collar, lost in vicinity of the Plaza. Reward. 881-7716. 6A- FOUND WHITE brown spots, short hair, leather collar.

883-8491. BROWN Strafford. AND 865-2911. WHITE bird dog. Vicinity of PERSONAL EDUCATED, philosophical, young man without vices, anxious to meet intellectual devoted, dedicated young lady from 18-30 years, who really cares.

Write address, phone number, birthday, beliefs, age, interests, photograph if possible. Box 4611 Springfield Newspapers Inc. THE FRANTIC 40's wish to thank all their friends and relatives for gathering Sunday night to express congratulations. "A Friend in need is a Friend indeed." HEALTHY employed gentleman 55 would like to meet lady 50-55. Box 4623 Springfield Newspapers, Inc.

NOT than RESPONSIBLE own. for D. any Isbell, debts Route other 7, Box 187. Springfield, Mo. WANTED PRIVATE carrier going to Phoenix, Arizona to haul some crates.

Write Box 702, Springfield. AM not responsible for debts other than my own. John E. Slaughter. NEW PHONE Number 866-6823, Bonnie T.

7A- PERSONAL SERVICE OUR NEWLY FORMED Real Estate Counseling Dept. is now ready to provide you with authoritative guidance on all matters concerning the sale of your present home or the purchase of your new one. We're pleased to offer this new service. No obligation. Call today-you'll be glad you did.

Red Monaghan, 883-5882. John MacGowan, 881-6694. ATTENTION: Small business operators and owners. Let us take care of your bookkeeping, government reports and income tax. Start the new year with the Bookkeeping and Tax Service, 866- 6793.

DRIVING INSTRUCTION, special attention to elderly or nervous people. No contracts to sign. Contact Don Ferguson at Friendly Ford inc. 883-4330. Sunday and evenings, 883-0795.

QUICK LOANS to $500 on diamonds, watches, guns. Anything of value. Uncle Carl Haden Jewelry Pawn Shop, 328 E. Commercial. CUSTOM MACHINE Quilting.

Quilts for sale. Ruth Amanda Wheeler, Star Route, Aurora, Mo. 65605. 12 miles south of Aurora, Highway 39. RE WEAVING Dorothy moth Rush, 816 holes, W.

burns State, and 869- tears. 4059. SEWING MACHINE REPAIR. Quick, efficient service. Charlie Ryans, 1510 South Glenstone.

Glen Isle, 883-0933. Our Phone Number Is Your Results Number. Call 869-4411 And Place A Want Ad! GRAND OPENING SATURDAY DECEMBER 19. 10 TILL 10 Olde' Chisholm Trail, 2000 W. Walnut.

Antiques, coins, trains and new gift items. FREE turkey or ham, free antenna, installed. 90 days like cash with purchase of any new or used TV or stereo. 23" Phileo console color TV, $419. or 70 wait Philco stereos, $259..

Larrys, 644 South Scenic. COUNTRY Music and Fun at the American Legion, Saturday 8 p.m. Mac and the Merry Makers, Franklin McDonald MC plus Hurricane Hattie, Special Guests, door prizes. Adults $1, Children 50c. CHRISTMAS special garage sale.

Friday thru Sunday. Rocking horses, choice china cabinets. iron relics, dishes, furniture, miscellaneous all kinds. 626 W. Chase.

GARAGE SALE, 25 years accumulation, men, women and children's clothing, refrigerator, dishes, and numerous other articles. Friday, Saturday, 1919 E. Monroe Street. SEVENTEEN Big fast dryers. and 40 washers are now available at enlarged Coin-O-Matic, 2023 Division, save on laundry too.

WATCH for Mitchem's Big Display ad. Fabulous warehouse clearance and year end sale. See Sunday's News Leader, December 20th. Mitchem Tire Co. 309 E.

Pershing. PERIODICAL SALES. 724 N. Main, Saturday, 85 pieces McCoy pottery, iron train, other old toys, collectors items, miscellaneous articles. CRAFT and Hobby Shop going out of busi.

ness. Candles, supplies, artificial flowers, fake fur, beads. Discounts 10-50 percent. 1722 S. Glenstone.

GARAGE SALE, Dolls, dishes, clothing, antiques, glaseware, gossip bench, vases, radios. Open 4 o'clock each PM. Sunday 10 AM. 829 S. West Avenue.

SANTA CLAUS for hire from 10 Christmas Eve to 12 Christmas day. Call 883-3648, ask for George. "CEDAR 'N SHAKE" Party room available square dancing, meetings, etc. Call 869-4474 daytime. BARBIE and Ken doll complete outfits, your choice $1.

each. 866-7302. 700 Warren. DIAMOND RINGS for a fraction of the original cost. Jim's Pawn Shop, 333 Campbell.

GARAGE SALE. Saturday only. Clothes dryer, play pen. stroller, aquarium, clothes, dishes, 1731 W. Walnut.

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL. Pot holders, doilies, aprons, and nice clothing, hand made. College. 869-9951. GARAGE Sale, Furniture, clothing and miscellaneous.

1120 N. Cedarbrook. Starting Saturday. GARAGE SALE. Sunday.

Baby buggy, furniture, miscellaneous. 2767 W. Turner. GARAGE SALE. A little of everything, W.

Water. Sunday, Monday. 9- AUTOS- TRUCKS (USED) 1966 WHITE THUNDERBIRD, all power, bucket seats with console, red interior like new, low mileage. Major tuneup just completed. New tires.

Your mechanic may inspect. $1765 or best offer. Assume loan balance, $55 payments. 881-2642. 1963 FORD FAIRLANE Sta.

Wgn. 6 cyl. Std. Trans. A-1 shape mechanically and excellent tires.

Call 883-3610 Saturday nite and Sunday. 67 GMC ton, 6 cylinder standard shift, 33,000 actual miles. $1195. McVay Welding Service, Marshfield, 468-2465, 468- 3320. CHEVROLET station wagon, Bel Air, passenger, 327 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, $695.

Campbell Motor Co. Ozark, Mo. '64 MALIBU SS 283-4 barrel, console-white interior, exterior-8 track See after 5 weekdays, all day Saturday, Sunday. 2871 Eastmoor, Southern Hills. 1965 PONTIAC Tempest 2 8 automatic, power steering.

$695. See Herman Wilson, Courtesy Car 1459 St. Louis, 866-2186. 1968 6 CYLINDER CAMARO, excellent condition, low mileage, ideal Christmas gift. Need to see to appreciate.

883-2314. 1964 CHEVROLET Impala 2 dr. hardtop, V8, standard transmission. $745. Kim.

mons, 522 S. Glenstone. 1965 RAMBLER 660 4 dr, sedan, 6 standard trans. $495. See Herman Wilson, Courtesy Car 1459 St.

Louis, 866-2186. 1967 FORD XL convertible. V8, standard transmission. $695. Kimmons, 522 S.

Glenstone. 1965 THUNDERBIRD, full power air. $595. See Herman Wilson, Courtesy Car 1459 St. Louis, 866-2186.

DUE TO death must sell 1970 Ford Maverick, like new. 2,300 miles. 881-3318. 2367 E. Broadmoor.

1964 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4 V8, automatic, power steering, air conditioning. $450. Kimmons. 522 S. Glenstone.

TUDOR 1969 Rambler, mileage less than 6000. Automatic A-1 condition. Looks and runs like new. Phone 869-5072. 1964 CADILLAC SEDAN De Ville, full power, factory air, white with green interior.

$1295. Lea's, 1460 St. Louis, 866-6741. LAID off, must sell. 1970 Maverick, 6-cylinder, standard, only 10,000 miles.

$1595. 865-7677. '66 FAIRLANE Convertible 390. runs good, good shape. Tape, tach, hydro.

869-3876. After 6:30. 1963 CHEVY, 4-dr, V8 automatic, power and air, $695. $10 down, $38 a month. Lea's, 1460 St.

Louis. 866-6741. 67 PLYMOUTH Fury, fordor, fully equipped, new tires, 41,000 miles. $1150. 419 West Kearney.

1966 DYNAMIC 88, air conditioning, automatic, vinyl interior, Reasonable 862- 8051. 67 GTO, POWER STEERING; brakes, speed, many extras. Best condition. 881- 7804. 1970 PLYMOUTH Road Runner, tudor hardtop 383-Automatic, vinyl roof, mag type wheels.

$2,000. 345-8745. 345-8993. 1961 FORD 1 TON wrecker. Good shape, new tires.

Needs winch. $750. 345-8993, 345-8745 Buffalo. 64 FORD Comet station wagon, luggage rack, $350. Very clean.

862-0886. 2633 W. Elm. 1964 PONTIAC LeMANS convertible, good condition, $350. 1166 S.

Jefferson or call 753-2326. 1969 GRAND PRIX, power steering and brakes, air conditioning, $2800. Call 883- 0591. 1950 CHEVROLET ton pickup, 1954 engine pius camper shell, excellent condition, $175. 866-4090.

1961 CHEVROLET, 1 ton, new 6 cylinder engine, new paint, 8X10 ft. flat bed. 2041 S. National. 881-1343.

1968 LeMANS tudor hardtop, bucket seats, console, air. Will consider trade for older model or sale. 881-1950. 1967 THUNDERBIRD, white with black vinyl top. Excellent condition.

Loaded. See at 1052 S. Jefferson or call 866-3855. 1969 CHEVY Impala Custom Coupe, tudor hardtop. Full power, automatic, one owner, 883-8270, 1970 CHEVROLET pickup ton, long wide bed, custom 10, V8, 350, 32 inch camper cover.

Sell or trade. Ray 883-5814. 1964 IMPALA SPORT Coupe 327, power brakes and steering, automatic shift, 551 S. Forest Court. SALE or trade, 1952 Chevrolet pickup, 1948 Chevrolet pickup, 1954 Hudson Jet, 907 W.

Brewer, 865-2956. LINCOLN, 1969, full power, air, Mr. Campbells personal car. $3795. Campbell Motor Ozark, Mo.

1962 T-BIRD, full power and air, in good mechanical condition. Call 883-3406, 1959 CHEVROLET Pickup, good condition, with racks, metal bed. 759-2114. 1968 GRAND Prix Pontiac, full power. Make offer.

883-3270. 1960 CHEVROLET WAGON, 6 cylinder, extra clean, automatic, $300, 869-7402. 1962 FORD Station Wagon. 352, $175. Callaway, 3201 W.

High. '69 ing low PONTIAC CUSTOM LeMans. Air, steermileage, original owner. 881-3055. 1961 CHEVY ton, enclosed van.

excellent condition. 866-0044. 1963 TUDOR Pontiac Catalina. 3 owner car, 65,000 miles. Call: 883-2470.

VOLKSWAGEN DUNE Buggy. 1965 chassis, $225. 817 East Normal. 1970 FIREBIRD Trans-AM. Marty Carroll.

862-8077. 1961 CADILLAC, fordor, not the slickest, but dependable, 866-3058. 1965 CHEVY II, tudor hardtop, big engine, 4 speed, wide ovals, $595, 869-3951. 61 OLDSMOBILE, station wagon, V8, factory air, good condition, $125, 869-1662, 61 RENAULT, 4CV, 866-3250. 2505 N.

Robberson. 1964 RAMBLER American station wagon, good running condition. Call 883-5884. ONE OWNER. 69 Dodge Dart Swinger, $1495.

Walter Shoe. Fordland, 738-2819. '62 CHEVROLET 1 ton step van, Diesel powered. 862-3606. 1968 MERCURY Cougar XR7.

Loaded with goodies. priced to sell. 862-6559, evenings. VERY CLEAN 1964 Volkswagen, rebuilt engine, repainted, $650, 883-8368. 1961 MERCURY Comet.

standard, tudor, just overhauled. Call 865-4422, 1970 DODGE ton pickup, 8,000 miles. $1750, 869-6053. 57 CHEVY, standard V8, $295. 862-6560.

1960 CHEVROLET pickup. $450. 860-7790. '57 GMC PICKUP. $225.

881-8549. 1954 CHEVROLET, $100. 862-0937. 9- AUTOS-TRUCKS (USED) Continued FRIENDLY FORD TRUCKS 20 EXTRA CLEAN USED TRUCKS FRESH NEW FORD TRUCK TRADE-INS Many makes and models to choose from. 1965 Through 1970 models.

MANY WITH FACTORY WARRANTY. LOW, LOW PRICES. EXAMPLES: 1970 Ford ton pickup, V8, 4 speed, power steering, local one owner, new tires $2695. 1970 Ford ton pickup, V8, cruiseomatic, low mileage .2695. 1969 Ford Ranger ton pickup, V8, 4 ...2395, SPECIAL 1968 Ford ton pickup, 4 wheel drive, absolutely like new throughout.

$2695. Open evenings til 10 P.M. SALESMEN Wilmer Kahle Ben Randall Jim Wade Jimmie Moore Gene Bumgarner M. Joe Gosnell Truck Sales Manager FRIENDLY FORD TRUCKS 3241 S. Glenstone PH.

883-4330 1966 DODGE CORONET 440 WAGON 318 engine, automatic, power steering, factory malles conditioning, over 10,000 left on factory warranty. Extra nice. $1288 CENTRAL DODGE LOST 1248 St. Louis Ph. 862-1353 1968 FORD COUNTRY Squire 10 passenger station wagon, beautiful Highland green with wood grain panel.

Power steering and brakes, air conditioned, roof rack, vinyl interior, many more extras. Low mileage, original owner. Special this week, $2195. You can't beat this deal. Call 883-0708.

FOR SALE 2, 1967 GMC trucks, 7500 series, both trucks equipped with air brakes, power steering, 18 Ft. grain bed. Both trucks in good condition, 1 gas, 1 diesel. Hensley Lumber Company, Hartville, Missouri, 741-3275, WANTED TO SELL, 1966 Chevrolet 2 ton truck, with 12 combination lime and fertilizer spreader bed. Also has equalized pony axle.

Like new engine. New tires and paint. $3750. Allman Produce Feed Co. Wheaton, Mo.

652-3871. EL CAMINO, real nice '67 model, vinyl top, Tonneau cover, 283 automatic, power steering, air conditioning, good rubber consider trade for older car. 881-2676 or 883-1778. 1966 CADILLAC SEDAN De Ville, full power, factory air, AM-FM radio, tilt and telescopic steering wheel, cruise control, white with black interior. $2295.

Lea's, 1460 St. Louis, 866-6741. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE Highest bid gets, truck, International, new motor, 18' insulated van, thermo-king unit, estate of W.V. McMillin, see at 1903 W. Walnut.

1964 MERCURY PARKLANE 4-dr. hardtop, full power, factor air, extra clean. $795. $10 down, $38 a month. Lea's, 1460 St.

Louis, 866-6741. 1969 CHEVROLET, tandem truck, 366 en. gine, new tires, power steering, air brakes 24' combination grain and stock bed. 417-462-5775, Grovesprings, Mo. 1969 CHEVELLE 327, hooker, 2-28 cam, Holley Trw pistons, 4-speed, red with black interior, mag wheels, cheap.

865- 0875. 1963 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 2-dr. hardtop, $10 down, $35 a month. Lea's, 1460 St. Louis, 866-6741.

1966 MERCURY MONTCLAIR, 4-dr, full power, factory air, $50 down, $47 month. Lea's, 1460 St. Louis, 866-6741. 1966 CHRYSLER Newport, 4 power steering, power brakes, air, extra clean. $1195.

Lea's, 1460 St. Louis, 866-6741. 1964 T-BIRD, full power, clean, average condition, $550. QUALITY AUTO SALES, 3461 W. Kearney, at 166 By-Pass.

1967 OLDS DELTA 88, 4-dr hardtop, full power, factory air, extra nice, $1695. Lea's, 1460 St. Louis, 866-6741. 1932 FORD, licensed, street ride. $1600 or best offer.

Consider trade, must see. 1-334-6208 or 1-334-3894. 1965 PONTIAC LeMans, V-8, 4-speed, extra W. good, $695. QUALITY AUTO SALES, 3461 Kearney, at 166 By-Pass.

1966 LINCOLN Continental 4 full power, factory air, AM-FM radio, $1895. Lea's, 1460 St. Louis, 866-6741. 1968 Falcon Station Wagon, 6 auto. Allen's 2600 College PICKUP, 1950 Ford with Olds engine.

Perfect. 758 S. Scenic. '63 FORD Convertible, blue, radio, heater, good tires, $350. 2140 W.

Phelps. 67 FAIRLANE GT, 56 Chevy ton, For sale or trade. 504 W. Scott. 63 FORD STOCK CAR with 352 block, best offer.

866-2465 or 2126 N. Albertha after 4. 1965 Ford (6) ton, $795. WEAVERS, 1045 St. Louis, 869-4474 VOLKSWAGEN bug, 40 horsepower, good condition, Must sell.

869-7939. '67 MUSTANG, low mileage, $1175. Phone 732-2038. 1962 CORVAIR $100 as is. 862-2208.

1311 N. Fremont. '62 CHEVROLET hardtop, new interior, new paint. 869-1330. 1969 OLDSMOBILE, 88, hardtop, air, power, immaculate, sacrifice, $2595.

862-7834. 1966 Chevy I1 (8), wagon, $995. WEAVERS, 1045 St. Louis, 869-4474 '66 VW, NICE, $695, '66 Rambler, automatde $600. 865-8080.

1969 CAMARO, 327, 3-speed, $1950. 1919 5. Broadway, 862-5123. 64 BUICK, fordor, hardtop, priced right for quick sale, 1467 E. Cairo.

866-4012. 1968 PONTIAC Firebird convertible. Excellent condition. After 5 call 753-2435. 1951 CHEVROLET pickup, flat bed.

$150, Kimmons, 522 S. Glenstone. 1969 SS396 CHEVELLE for sale or trade for pickup. 881-4476. 642.

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