JEFFERSON CITY — Springfield state Reps. Sara Lampe and Charlie Denison have agreed about the right name for a Springfield highway that was adopted by neo-Nazis.Republican Denison held a committee hearing for a bill from Democrat Lampe that would name West Bypass from Farm Road 142 to Sunshine Street after Rabbi Ernest I. Jacob, who lived in Springfield after he survived a concentration camp.This is Lampe’s third attempt to name the stretch after a prominent Jewish person since a local chapter of the National Socialist Movement adopted that section of the highway. She hopes to put up a sign with the name of the rabbi next to the NSM sign.Lampe said the goal is to show that “not all people in southwest Missouri have that belief.”Rabbi Walter Jacob, the son of the late Ernest Jacob, said his father spent 30 years as an activist for racial and other equality in Springfield. This move is an extension of his activism, Walter Jacob said.“He had emigrated to this country and knew what it was like to be part of a minority that was not welcome,” Walter Jacob said. “He was very interested in doing what could be done.”