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The Springfield News-Leader from Springfield, Missouri • 17

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Cease-Fire Broken pringftrli Mo Daily 'puib Tues- Feb- 13- 1972 17 13 Autos-Tmcks-Used 1 1970 Ford Ja ton Custom Cab. 4 I transmission, freight body, dark red. Highlights in the News Blades Slaying Suspect Tested fir edge of the Blades ease aad believed he had gained his knowi-edge through reading detective I .1 i a ijm Christian County Sheriff L. E. (Buff) Lamb awaits result irom Davenport, Iowa, con cerning a possible suspect in the 1969 slaying of Carol Blades, of Nixa, Lamb said yesterday.

The investigation into the Blades murder was revived last week when Davenport officials reported that a polygraph test was to be administered to a 49-year-old Davenport man who reportedly had spoken of the Blades murder. The Iowa officials said, however, that they were "not impressed" with the man's knowl I ill hi: fNa- v-i T- -1 Students Begin Moving In At Evangel Coed Dormitory magazine stones of the Border. The mas did agree to a Be detector test, and results of the in vestigation there are to be for warded to Lamb and Captain B. E. Swackhamer, officer of Troop of the state highway patrol in Springfield.

Mrs. Blades- mysteriously dis appeared Dee. 15. 196. and her body was found about a year lat er by a farmer looking for his cows on his Stone County farm.

male students to crapy the first flmr, aad wmem to Hre on the second aad third levels. The aew bailding has heea named after the ct. aad Mrs. Charles H. Seat.

Mr. Scott is former AsteaaMes of God exeeniire director at education, aad his wife farmer natieaal presideat af the Evangel College Ladies Auxiliary. Dorm geveraoMat aad ether activities within the hall are planned. Hesideas head Dick Hubbard said. executive committee of the regional planning group will meet in the comnussion's office, Republic, and discuss issuing aa environmental impact statement i for the project.

Tbe proposed route has not! I Residents of Evangel College's new coed dormitory, Scott Hall, began moving in yesterday. The new 3-story dorm, similar to Evangel's three other dormitories, has some changes planned to strengthen the college's program for "total environment for learning." A full basement, which is a certified Civil Defense shelter, will be used as a lecture hatt. The new complex win house 216 men and women, with the 1 Trirp Win Junior Miss Honors Sara Jane Even (center), a senior at Jefferson City High Sckool, was crowned Missouri Junior Miss at tbe Florissant Valley Community College Theater over the weekend. She will represent Missouri in the U.S. Junior Miss Pageant in Mobile, fat May.

Second runnerup was Janet Higgins (left), Carthage, and first runner up was Dee Ann Reagan of Boonville. U.S. 65 Route to Fair Grove Topic at Three Meetings Today 16 Lodge Notices Continued Gate ol lie Temple Lod No. 422. A F.

ana a.m. wtu celebrate Hufr tnxloB'f tunhday try havtaff dinner at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. February 19. Lodge wiU opea at 4 pm.

3rd Degree will be conferred by tbe Abon Bea Adhem Scnne decree team. Featured tpraker ill be Fleldlnx A. Poe. Jr senior Grand Steward the Grand Lodge of Mo. Vuiung breUtrefl welcome.

Klmer McGregor, W. M. Jim Brewer, Sec. ZABl'D COt'NCIL No 23 R. Sit STATED ASSEMBLY Taeaday Feb.

liih. 7:30 p.m. Robert L. Meredith, ID. Riue Hill.

Recorder 1 5tl District Masonic School of Io i A Klraninn inlt ha h.i k. Majonic Temple 305 E. Wal nut, Feb. 16 at 7 30 p.m under the direction of Ray Hilton. District Deputy Grand Lecturer.

J. Edward Blum, DDGM 17 Lost MINIATURE CHAMPAGNE colored Poodle, male vicinity kindall Glass Reward 753-2621. LOST. Female Beagle, vicinity of Grand and PKitwirt uuiaa-2. H1TE SPITZ female dog.

Vicinity 1433 Summit. IF found please call S31211S 19 Personal MIDDLE-AGED genUeman desires ac quainiance ith refined lady with a good sense uf humor. Personable and enjoys giod living. Bmt 7695. Springfield Newspapers.

Inc. mil HUILU lute to meet retired genue- man over 70. Box 7682 Springfield Inc NOT RESPONSIBLE for debts other than my own. Steven D. Bayliff, by Coonla Talbot.

315 E. Lindberg. 20 Personal Service MASSAGE. Saur.a Steam whirlpool -Marc Massage j-1290. 732-7641.

Marc's Massage Center. 1638 hi. Main. SEWTNG MACHINE REP AS, Onlcl, efficient service. Charua Byaars, 1510 Sooth Glenstone.

Glen Isle. S8143J. Fl lJ. MASSAGE, by Steve. Certified Masseur.

56 full hour- soa-853a. 22 Dressmaking Seamstress HAND QUILTING wanted. Anna Maxwell. 7 4s-3886. 10 PER CENT discount during February.

inc en Uiumuum. 408 Jefferson 23 Beauty and Barber Shops HAIR FASHIONS Select: DORIS EUROPEAN HAIR FASH. IONS. 5532 South Campbell. Hair Styling ut and Wislel needs Call Karen Hider.

a European hair sui.a or Linda Han. a lo- cal. for an appointmeni. Present this ad to han-n or Linda for a Irec conditioner en your next shampoo and set. Offer expires March 1st.

Call 881-8741. 24 Special Notices PROFESSIONAL DEMONSTRATION ser. ice now available to stores, super mar. kels. department stores, trained sales, new ovens and equipment.

Call 865-3113 or rolled 498-b56. CLEANING AND pressing special: Pants, skirts, swealers, 39e; suits and drea.es. 65c: coats. 79c. GRANT STRFET CLEANERS.

kZ3 North Grant. SSM774. ANTIQI ES AND SECOND band store. Open 6 days a week. 1928 West High.

GLENSTONE STREAMLINER the ultimate in h(ime carpet cleaning, 881-9690. 2ft Good Things to Eat I'RESH WHITE River channel cattish and Butlaio, osiers-frozen sririmp. Roberts Meat Co 919 Central. TRANSPORTATION 38 Aviation FLY SPRINGFIELD AVIATION SPRING FIELD-HOT SPRINGS 1 way per person. S24.

Round trip same dav $:13 SPRINGFIELD LITTLE RUCK i irip same day, Mti Depart Spld ll arrive ll.it S. 3ii I T' DAVI ONA. FLORIDA Mm RACI Rt Per person. February 20. $120 WINTER PARK COLORADO SKIING In, ludes lodainB per person, round trip.

I ii. Airp ane minimum 3 persons B8i Ho9i dm-ms 39 Motorcycles-Supplies lodaka Sales Service Parts Hh liJLA1 Second Store Evans Honda Harrison. Arkansas. JIM MOON YAMAHA Enduro Headquarters of the Ozarks. Across From The Plaza 1941 Sooth Glenstone 883-3632 VERNE'S FOREIGN MOTORS 810W Kearney 862-2075 our authorized BMW.

RSA. Bultaco, Brid-cestone. Kawasaki Dealer. From Mighty to Mini, Honda has It all. DIMO.ND'S HONDA 1701 St.

Louis, 869-7361 OSSA C7. DALESMAN SPORT MOTOR LAND Briefs been altered, V. B. Unaeil. dis-j cobs.

has been named post-triet engineer for the State High- master at Elk land, according to way Department said yesterday, an anrsourxernent by Clarence Three meetings will be held today to consider the planned rerouting of U. S. 65 from the Fair Grove area to the interchange of 1-44 and the new 65 bypass. The proposed limited access road will be considered this morning by tbe technical planning commission of the Lakes Country Regional Planning Commission. Tonight, a public hearing on the proposed rerouting will be held at 7:30 p.m.

in the council chambers at City Hall, in Springfield. 4 At about the same hour the Utility Freeze Doesn't Affect Temporary Sho-Me Power Rate Bombing Push Goes fo Laos SAIGON AP The thrust of bombing raids turned from South Vietnam to Laos as a 24-hour allied cease-fire went into effect Monday night in observance of Tet. the Vietnamese lunar new year. The cease-fire took effect at bringing to a tem- nnrarv halt In nn nf th hioopet American bombing campaigns in South Vietnam in the war. A unilaterally declared Viet Cong cease-fire took effect 17 hours before the one announced by the allies.

The U.S. and South Vietnamese command refused i to agree to the lonzer truce, i i. saying the enemy command would use the cease-fire to infiltrate troops and supplies. In the weeks leading up to Tet, allied officials said the enemy might launch a major offensive during the holiday. Tbe always tenuous cease-fire kmlran 1, vr, according to tne allies, wnen tne Viet Cong assassinated a hamlet chief and a soldier in the northern quarter of South Vietnam.

WW The joint military command also charged the Viet Cong with three other cease-fire violations, including a ground attack along the coast in Binh Dinh Province that resulted in the death of five government inilitiamen and the wounding of two others. The allies also said the Viet Cong shelled two other village areas but caused no casualties. S. B52 bombers, along with Navy and Air Force tactical fighter-bombers, flew more than CZ 1 80ft strikes in the six days before Ar-n tu uuwii me du camnaisn at Husk Mnndav I It was not known immp'riiatcli. whether the full force of the planes used in the Vietnam I campaign would be diverted to Laos.

i The air strikes were designed to provide protection for with-! drawing American troops in the face of an increased North Vict-; namese buildup, the U.S. Com- i mandsaid. i In a related development, the command said U.S. forces in Vietnam had fallen to 131,2001 last week, a drop of 2,500 men from the previous reporting ie-1 riod and the lowest level since August 1965. At the same time, officers aboard ith Fleet ships off the coast of Vietnam dis-1 closed that Xavv strength has i own reimoreea irom an aver- neen reimoreea irom an aver- age Ol 10 Ships to lfi.

including a i a carrier Con- stellation and support ships. The i U.S. Command made no men- tirin nf this ra- )k 01 ltus or O' report that the manpower of the fleet was now 18.000 to 20.0Qfl men instead of the 13.000 the command had said The rnmmanri fiouroc it fipnrps aKn did not include the 32.000 Ameri-1 can servicemen stationed in Thailand, most of them supporting air operations in Indochina. U.S. air and ground units clashed twice with enemy troops Monday morning and afternoon, the command reported.

One American was wounded in the action on the ground six miles northwest of Cam Ranh Bay. In the Mekong Delta, the com-, mand reported, helicopter shins attar-kprf a cnnaH nf pnnmv troops, killing seven. The hcli- copters were not damaged. oi tne American air strikes flown during the past six days concentrated in the central highlands and in the northwestern quadrant of South Vietnam southward from the demilitarized zone through Khe Sanh and the A Shau Valley. Despite the intensity of the air campaign, the U.S.

Command has acknowledged few results. After repeated queries from newsmen, the command issued a statement saying: "Bomb damage assessment is provided when it is and large these strikes come under the heading of interdiction rather than direct air support. "The best bomb damage assessment, of course, is obtained by troops on the ground either in contact with the enemy or specifically dispatched to gain bomb damage information. There is very little contact with the enemy at this time." The Saigon government announced it is granting amnesty to 1,357 prisoners on the occasion of Tet. The announcement said President Nguyen Van Thieu signed an amnesty order for 531 prisoners and province security committees have granted amnesty to 826 others.

Most of the prisoners will be freed, others bad their sentences reduced. The announcement gave no background on the prisoners other than calling them "convicts," a catch-all for persons charged with criminal acts or being Viet Cong sympathizers. tbe bus bounced over a curb and struck a utility pole in the 3300 block South Dayton. No one was injured. ANNOUNCEMENTS No.

41 KT stated 7'M Wcrfnea. a. r. it. t.

Tackcr. Cmdr. S. B. Brum, Bac.

St. Rn I I I 1 The temporary 17 per cent rate increase granted Sho-Me Power Corp. Is not affected by the Federal Price Commis-slon's 30-day nationwide freeze on private utility increases! the Missouri Public Service Commission said Monday, because the Increase became effective Feb. 5, five days before the freeze. The special federal freeze is scheduted to end on March it.

This Is five days before the (PSC deadline for Sho-Me Power to file for a permanent rate increase. RELIABLE CHEVROLET 1300 St. Louis Ph. 862-1771 1969 Chevrolet '3 ton CST 396 8 turbo-hydramatic. Dark bronze and white.

RELIABLE CHEVROLET 1300 St. Louis Ph. 862 1771 IflMARK m. foil power, factory air. AM.

FM stereo, individual 6 way power seals, tilt wheel, fire mist green-green paddfrf green tntentir. 18.ix nulea "a s. 1460 St. Lams. 66-741.

CoLteTI ID Power steering, power brakes, automatic transmission Air conditioned, AM-' stereo, loggue rack, metallic ereen raodle brown interior S4100 firm MLM STOCK Ready for Bolivar. Big engine. 4 speed, floater rear end. dual carbs, gauges, elec. tnc fuel pump, offset wheels.

Lo-J of axtra COUfntY Sedan wagon. VI. automanc. Powr steering, -Nw mte 19 GALAX1E 500 4 door. 390 automatic.

conditioruni! r.5 1 Al'STTN American 2 door. AutomTlrc transmission. L5.0U0 miles. Local owner 1969 FORD Galaxle 50 fordor. aulot matlc.

powder steering, bright red. black- JkJSb mUM imr Tctorf iaT' 1966 GTO. RED wtUi hite inlenorri7ce: mag wheels. Hp mofor. 'W0- "tra clean Inside and utealcrearn puff ssi.

1SJ1 FORD Torino Brouharn7tliaoVnard. trln8 and brake air. t.OM Umj, for ocr JJt sacrifice for S2xs. 833-1081. 1970 FORD Torino I door hardtop v.

auto-matlc. actory air. New lires tiaqs 1963 PONTIAC GRAND Prtx, 385 huh lormance engine, engine recentlv 01c. hauled, excellent condition. 1500.

Dial 3US5, Ava. 196 I CAMLLAC CooriDeVUIriuirpo lactory r. AM FM stereo, tilt wheel tra clean. 53295. Of Facllr' "arranu.

51.... Ozark. 865-0107. 1 lactory air AM-FM stereo, ult wheel mi- LM'S 1460 S- 1965 CADILLAC E2 Dorado convertible mil power, lactory air. blur-blue A rare Lea', Louis.

866-6711 1968 CmJOliTYton. VJ.peMsxkY Air over hydraulic, radio, nearew tire'' Wn av' CAMPBELL FORI) MERCT. RY, Ozark. 865-0107. 69 BITCK ELEOTRA Custom er and au-.

climate and control -j- 5 ew "res W150 Call alter 1968 CHEVY 1- ton pickup. 6 0 linder'sti, real good condition. or best olui '-3453 iw i CHEVROLET Chevelle'stariorTwagon CAMPBELL FOHI) MERCURY. Ozark. 86V0107.

FOR SALE. '65 Fontiac good condition Coniact Monday 19T0 FORD Maierick. 6 cylinder." standard Mr conditioning $125 CAMPur-t FORD i 1971 VEGA. oerhead cam. ratlio.

uhe.f CAMPBELL FORD til v.m pord rionTr Sows MiSSK-SS- CAMPBFXL FORI) MERCl RY, Ozark. 885.0107 1970 afl-CTlNcf'MaSh I. TspeedTlots ol CAMPBELL FORD A MERl IHY. Ozark. 865-0107.

'67 OLDS.MOBILE 442 all 860877r' ra(1i0 De. ANTIOI CARS." clasllcT foreign and mestic. Buy. sell and trade, bandit Cm. perFine Cars.

1920 National. WLKAGEN bus. 3 seats. 4 speed! nu'es. J795 CAMPBELL FORD MERCURY.

Oiark 865-01(t7 1966 CHEVROLET IMP ALA. 2 dfliirdtop! -8 automatic. S995. $10 down, 39 monih- J.v Lea s. 1460 St.

Louis. 866-674l! 1971 PINTO. 4 speed, radioraccentlroup" Wheel coders. $1795. CAMPBELL FORD 4JJtCLRY.O;ark, 865-0107.

1967 VW 2 DR. factory air. radio. Slno-TsM) 8M-674146 La's st 1970 Power S3W Radl sm'-- CAMPBELL FORD MFJKCL RYOzark. 865-0107 1969 PLYMOUTH GTX 2 dr.

automatic. PS, factory stereo tape $ls5 LeaV H60St Louis B66-6741 OLDSMOBILE tudor hardlopTpowrr steering, brakes, air conditioning, Y8 au- lomatlc. $1275. 345-8799. 1965 CIJEVELLE ALIBI SS.

2 dr 510 J39 monthly. Lea s. 1460 St. Ixiuls. 866-6741.

1V9 TOYOTA CoronaT Mark II.Tdr"l. to! ry air. automatic, call previous owner JJ69. lea s. 1460 SI.

Louis. 866-6741. 1969 OLDS 442. 2 dr. 1460 St.

Louis. 866-6741. 69 Full power, air, must see 10 appreciate' Pre4Jorjuisali9-60B I 1968 BUICK, TUDOR, original owner, low mileage, power, air. 2068 Kimbroush. 88.1- pALA tudor hardtop." 307.

y-8, automaUc transmission, power steering, t995. Must sell. 866 9328. 69 PONTIAC LeMans tador hardtop, pow" er steer. automatic transmission.

Roy Payee 63B, Elm, Apt 7 5-9. 1969 CHEVROLET plctap, ton, 307 aurC 1710 Glenstone. 881.1151 or SKI -0163. 52 BUClTstatlon Wagon, needs bFaka work, good condition. $200.

883-8191 1967 RED AUSTTN-Healey 3000 good condition. 881-3845, '63 FORD GALAXLE 500. V-8 automatic 350orbeat oiler. 865-9285. lWFLYMOUTH station wagon, good con-ditiai, Inspected, 150.

881-1021. Ml MACH 3 speed, 302 cu. wliiTalr! 1970 DUSTER 318 -8, 7429. 1 owner. 881- 53 CHEVY truck, 14" Balbed, for sale 8325" 753-2628.

1968 OLDSMOBILE Toronado, extra 82050. 881-1151 or 881-0163 1968 FORD LTD. sir. power steering, cellent condition. Phone 736-2854.

85 MUSTANG 289 3 speed, excellent condi" Uon. Phone: 736-2854. 1967 CAMAROSS, 350. 4 spded, best olter over 81250. 883-7095 or 866-9618 1956 CHEVROLET.

875. Refrigerator, good" condition, 850. 865-8227. MFORD STATION wagon, cheap. 742- 1S60 FORD runs good, clean, real GEM.

8175. 866-9618. '64 OLDSMOBILE. all power and sin 883- 2800. U38 CHEVROLET ton truck, running condition, 865-1434.

1870 CHEVKLLE SS 454. sharp. 862002 before 4. 1967 IMP ALA 283 standard, good condl- tlon. 8850.

'62 CHEVY BEL AIR, 39. 4 speed, asking 8600. 863-3724. 1365 CHEV. Prckup.

cyL ALLEN'S, 2600 College, 862-0264. IR5 MUSTANG, V- auto. AIXEhTsTSiOO College, 8624264. 1 1968 CHEV. Pickup.

V-8 stick, ALLEN'S, 2600 College, 862-0264. 1962 Chevy U. auto. 8293. WEAVERS.

1045 SL Louis, 889-4474 SHARP '89 Chevelle, 396. 4 speed, clean. 2 1967 niaiwn nun stripes, wneeis. pikhhis. FIAT 8600 cash fordor.

real dean good 883-1759. TFJ.EPITONT; TRIICKH. Stan WEAVERS, 1045 St. Louis. 869-4474 1968 VOLKSWACBN for sale.

883-3857. MM OPEL 8400, 831-0424. Looking for livestock buyers? Place a low-cost classified ad for results. Call 869-4411 nowt vl Briefs hac hn iailorl on 9 -it. -i, uas oeen jauea on a citj charge.

A J0-day jail term and a S150 fine were handed to William Richard Pbelan, 323 North Net- tleton, yesterday on charaes of drunken driving and driving while license was revoked. Phe-lan was arrested Oct. 15 when he reportedly used his brother's identification. Jack Eugene Swcaringin. faces a March 6 preliminary hearing on charges of statutory rape of a 15-ycar-old girl.

Swearingin is accused of an offense Dec. 2 along with Clifford Leon Gardner. 25 of 2118 North Taylor, and Edward L. Gardner, 25, Springfield, who are cousins. Two 19-year old Springfield- ians have received suspended 6-montfi jail terms and fined $25 each on charges of petty theft.

Ct.nl.,, T) ouuucj i dir. ui i.oi-1 "uu Luaia "ay cvanViH 913 East Garfield, both pleaded Kuuiy aim were stniencea rn- uay. iney were accused ol an nffftnea Tan I 1 1, CnAnn System and Service Company. 3040 Cherry. Pleading guilty to a charge of aiming a shotgun at a police officer, Paul Dean Godfrey, 29, of 2330 East Commercial, received a suspended 6-month jail term yesterday.

Godfrey, who was charged witn common assault, was arrested Saturday afternoon after Godfrey's wife called police and asked them to get him out of the house City officers- went to the home and found Godfrey with a 12-gauge shotgun aimed at them. Godfrey was ordered to drop his gun and he did. Officer Jim Newton said. A personal injury case against HermeL Inc. (Battlefield Mall) by Margaret Baldridge has been settled out of court and U.S.

District Judge William E. Collinson ordered the case dismissed. The case evolved from a fall at the shopping center July 29, 1970. The dismissal was with prejudice to the plaintiff and at tbe cost of the defendant. Hermel, doing business as Battlefield Mall.

Monday filed a motion requesting Circuit Judge Douglas Greene to disqualify himself in a tax suit pending against the firm. The case is expected to go to Circuit Judge James H. Keet. Mom, Child Hurt Auto Strikes Drain Pipe An attempt to save a child from harm resulted in an auto accident which injured the youngster and her mother yesterday. Mrs.

Sharon Kay Soltys, 23, of 2543 Ventura, told Officer C. D. Griggs she was driving west in the 1300 block East Seminole at 8:35 p.m. when her 20-month-old daughter, Deborah, began climbing from tbe front to the back seat Fearing the child would fall, Mrs. Soltys grabbed for ber and the auto left the road, striking a concrete drain pipe.

Tbe mother suffered a nose fracture when her head struck the windshield, and the child received lacerations when she was thrown to the floor. Both were taken to St John's Hospital for treatment. A city bus driver also had a good deed backfire on him yesterday. Roy Brown, 1065 South Thelma, was driving a busload of children to school at 8.25 a.m. when one of bis young passengers dropped a game on tbe floor.

When Brown reached down to pick it up for tbe child. i I i Reward Fund Is Planned For Cemetery Vandalism ehonner. n. 1969 Greene County Sheriff Mickey Owen is offering a sizeable contribution for a reward fund to help find the culprits who struck at White Chapel Cemetery on West Division last week. Mrs.

Jack Strope, Route 2, Ro-gersville, whose 16-year-old son, killed in a car accident 2Vi years ago, is buried in the cemetery said, "Maybe if we can raise enough money for a large enough reward these people can be found and prosecuted so that this terrible thing won't happen Court Raymond Lee Wasmer, 43, of 3047 West Water, received a 60-day jail term from Magistrate Louren G. Davison yesterday on a driving while Intoxicated charge. Wasmer changed his plea to guilty in the Dec. 6 offense. Wasmer also By House Group Emergency Aid For Bi-Sfate Is Approved JEFFERSON CITY Despite concern high salaries paid to a (AP) over man- agement team," the House Ap propriations Committee Monday approved a $1.9 million emer-gency subsidy to Bi-State Transit System in St.

Louis. It was the last hurdle the committee had to clear before making its budget recommendations for 1972-73, and called in Bi-State officials for one last round of questioning Monday morning. E. J. Delmore chairman of tbe Bi-State Development Agency, said a management firm, Transit Services was hired to run the metropolitan bus system because it was better able to handle labor negotiations than a government agency.

It was pointed out that the salary of the chief executive of the firm, John Baine, was $51,000 a year, more than the governor of Missouri at $37,500. Rep. E. J. "Lucky" Cantrell, D-Overland, committee chairman, urged Bi-State officials to review that salary structure for 11 members of the firm totaling $275,000 a year.

He indicated a 5 per cent voluntary reduction isn't enough. The committee also probed reports that Bi-State sold property in Illinois for less than was paid for it. Thomas Guilfoil, general counsel, replied that the property was sold according to an as sessment by a private proes- sional appraiser. He said Bi-State was forced to buy unneed-ed property in a package in order to assure purchase of rolling stock of a Caseyville, 111., bus and trucking firm. Delmore said St.

Louis area and Kansas City area transit officials plan to form a task force to study mass transit financing problems. Other Missouri cities would be invited to participate. be said. Delmore said Illinois has sub sidized Bi-State since its inception by about $3 million. Mis-souri has contributed only $350,000, he said.

Silverware, TV Taken From Home Silverware, a tv set and sev eral other articles were taken by an intruder who entered the home of Mrs. Jo Ann Quinn, 2248 Mirabeau, yesterday. Mrs. Quinn told Officer Jay Rohrer the loss included a complete set of sterling silver, an additional 6-place setting pf sterling and other silver, a serving tray and accessories, a set. transistor radio, clock-radio, tape player and two speakers.

Entry apparently was gained through an unlocked door be tween noon and 4 p.m. GLASGOW, Scotland (AP) A university survey in too Glas gow area Indicated the 'propor tion of women who smoke dropped by 6 per cent in a 12-month period but there was no decrease among men smok ers. EUttAXD James E. Ja t- (eis, regional postmaster general. Jacobs, of 2216 North Link, has been customer service representative here since last February.

CARL JUNCTION The first session of the Four-State All-Breed Horse Seminar attracted 130 persons, so the remaining sessions win be held at the Carl Junction Elementary School auditorium. They are scheduled at p.m. Thursday. Feb. 17.

Feb. 24 and March 2. JOPLIN New circulation di rector of the Joplin Globe is Al len (Sonny) Walton, 33, of Route i. baiena. Ivan, tie nas been a member of the staff since 1958 and assistant circulation manager since 1963.

He succeeds Tom Morris Leggett, who died Feb. 2. NEW BLR Flooding prob lems due to the Little Piney Creek and Newburg Branch will be discussed at a meeting here Wednesday night, the Army Corps of Engineers announced. The meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. in tbe nigh school gym.

NEOSHO First candidate for a seat on the Neosho city council is Doug Skaggs, 36, an auto supply dealer. The election will be April 4. Springfield Dogs Do Well at Show Seven dogs owned by four Springfieldians placed high among tbe 127 entries in the first AH Breed and Obedience Fund Match (Dog Show) held by the Sho-Me Basenji Club of Missouri in Colombia Sunday. Tbe Springfield winners in the conformation division. German Shepherd open dogs, were: Chris' Caper of Mar owned by Rose Dameron, first place; Max von Coon, owned by David Campbell, second place; Der Schoen's Doable Down, owned by Gessie Owens, first place and best of breed, open bitches; and KarDhiem's Reba, owned by Darlene Cavin, second place.

In the conformation division, Toy Poodles, Penny's Little Pebble, owned by Darlene Cavin, took second place in tbe open bitch competition, and Shu Shu C. also owned by Darlene Cavin, took first place in open hitch and was best of breed in miniature poodle competition. The obedience winners were Chris Caper of Mar sub-novice fourth place; Penny's Little Pebble, novice first place and highest scoring dog in tbe match; KarChiem's Reba, second place; Der Schoen's Double Down, third place; Max von Coon, fourth place; Shu Shu C. D. graduate novice first place; and Jan, owned by Gessie Owens, third place.

Nebraska Counselor To Address Jaycees Organizer of CONUc, a nonprofit counseling organization in corrections, Gary Hill, of Lincoln, will be the guest speaker at a Springfield Jaycees dinner at 6:30 tonight at the Captain's Table. Hill, 32, was one of the nation's 10 outstanding young men ol 197T. He began the original U. S. Jaycees program in in.

voJvement in crime and correction in U66. While here, be plan to visit the V. S. Medical Center and the I Fordland honor camp. The route still will swing east-! ward from the bypass north of Valley Water HOI Road placing the highway east of Fellows Lake and would proceed north to join tne present tugnway approximately one mile south of the Dallas County line.

Sho-Me wsMiecales tMwer to Ava, CabooL Cuba, HetMtoa. Lebanon, Mansfield, Mini! tin View, Newbarg, sUcUaad, Salem, Seymear, SL Stabrtl, Steel ville, Sullivan, Warnes-ville, Willow Springs, aad Winona. The utility also retails paver to about 754 eastoaaers ta and Conway, Caaaleataa. Doniphan, Diggjias, Fordlaad, Linn Creek, MarstifielsL baa-tain Grave, Maagaa, KarA-view, Phillip burg, aad Kav gersville. again." In a second open letter about the Thursday night obstruction.

Mrs. Strope said, "I just could not believe what we saw the destruction of such a hfantirnl sacred place where so many people put their loved ones to rest in peace." I cannot imagine what a man, if you could call them men, could be like to destroy such a sacred place of beauty just to get the bronze off the tombstones to sell" this project as soon as possible." The federal government has been asked to fund the project with The plan is to create a wide base management rystem to use existing resources such as hospital, rstighborbood health centers, clinics and so on in a more efficient manner. The corporation would bring together tbe health care user and the provider and seek solutions to current health care problems. Tbe principle investigators for the project are Dr. R.

Dean Wochner, acting director of Health and Hospitals for SL Louis and Sister Marie Esteue Wosen, executive director of St. Mary's Health Center in Richmond Heights. Prosecutor Drops Charges Against- 5 Misdemeanor drug charges against five Spiingfieldians were dismissed yesterday by tbe procutor's office. The -five, Darnel Raymood Bailer. 23.

of 1415 East McDanid, a welder; Patricia Ann Bailey, 22, tame address; John Haywood Spuriock, 20. heavy equipment operator and his wife, Janice, 19. both of 2S33 East Cherry; and Earl Chip Kane, 19. of 4155 East CaUlpa. were charged on Jan.

IS with unlawful poainrina of less than I Advisory Council Endorses Plan Experimental Health System Receives Hearnes' Support quality. Also 1969 200cc BRDGS. 862-2272. 1S7I SUZUKI. 90cc, 8 speed, trail bike.

325. Excellent condition. Call 865-0260. 351) HONDA 1971. Call 865-0549 afterT 40 Auto-Truck Service Complete Stock Standard Gears, Bear-inns Clutches.

Fits most cars, trucks, 4 tractors Clutches installed as low as $39 95. SEE I FOR ALL YOUR TRANSMISSION NEEDS. AARON'S TRANSMISSION CENTER 1918 S. Campbell 883 7000 BH AUTO REPAIR. Tune ups.

valve grinding. Old His.hv.ay 65 South. 8B3- 4179. GOOD MECHANIC work, reasonable, call Charley, 866-0192. BRAKE TrINE, 706 S.

Glenstone, 866-96 1 a WRECKED OR junked cars or trucks. 866 9560. 11 Auto Truck Supplies, Tires, Parts, Accessories New Mor-Power Muf Ilera 112 50 each installed Exclusive at CHAMPION MaHler Shop 2520 College I6M552 WE ARE WRECKING '67 V'-waeen Fastbark, '68 Dodge Mi ton. fi6 Chevy t7 Comet. '67 Mustang.

Bob's Auto Sal. age. 2901 W. Kearney. 42 Autos-Trucks Wanted WE BUY clpan late model used cars.

Top Prices. Medlev's. 1170 S. Glenstone. Ph.

862-9226. CASH FOR used can 4 pickups. Carl Potter Son, 1227 St. Louis. CASH FOR CLEAN CARS.

O'NEAL MOTOR CO 1101 BOONVILLE. 866-6033 44 Autos-Trucks-New 1972 Models At Volume Prices 36 Months Financing JIMMY MICHEL MOTORS Aurora, Missouri One of the best service departments in Southwest Mo. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DODGE-DODGE TRUCKS LARGE STOCK 1871 Fords. Mrcnry'V F-ltw pickups, i wheel drives, vasal Broncos. F-600 1 tons, LN 700 s.

I tons! and Thunderbirde. Ready for dellveiSf No sales commissions. Bank flnanclmf CAMIUF.LL FORD 4 MERCURY, uzarx, tun. rn. BKM1107.

Use News and Leader Want Ads. JEFFERSON CITY (AP) Missouri Gov. Warren E. Hearnes told the Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare Monday be was in full support of the experimental health delivery system project proposed in St. Louis by Health Deb very Systems, Inc.

He said the plan has been endorsed by tbe Missouri Governor's Advisory Council for Comprehensive Health PUnning. "My wish is that cooperative efforts of this type will lead to assurance on quality health care for all the citizens of Missouri," Hearnes wrote Secretary Elliott Richardson. "I urge you to approve and award the funds for Mall to Present Ice Skating Show Four days of shows by an ice-skating troupe, the Ice Classics, will begin Wednesday at Battlefield Mall. A special 24-fbot square Ice rink was set up yesterday for tbe show, which offers novelty jumps by Buddy LaLonde; acrobatic skating by Gerry Dei Jar-dins; and other acta featuring 11-year-old Tannl LaLonde and Cliff McArdle. Performances will be at noon, 4 and 7 p.m.

weekdays and 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday. Don't be caught dead sitting on your seat belt. 35 grams of auirljuana.

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