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ajal Deaths And Funerals Mrs. Hollingsworth Mr. Ollie Hollingsworth, 66, of 0? Lyman St., died at her home aooul 5:30 p. m. yesterday following a long illness. Mrs. Hollingswortli was a lifelong resident of Buncombe County. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Mary Webb and Mrs. Betty Crisp of Ashevillc; three sons, Grady and Richard of the home and Thomas of the Army in Korea; end four grandchildren. Morris Hendon Black Funeral Home Is in charge of arrangements, which were incomplete last night. Lady Craigie Lady Pleasant Craigie, wife of Sir Robert Craigie of London, Kngland, and a former student at St. Gonevieve-of-Uie-Pincs here, died Wednesday in Geneva, Switzerland. She was a native of Savannah, Ca. Lady Craigie and her husband, who was British ambassador to Japan at the outbreak of World War 11, were interned in Japan during the war. Sir Robert also served as first secretary of the British embassy in Washington. Burial will be in London. lo Robert L County. Mrs. Manning, a practical nurse for a number of years, had been jn incKury tiie last 11 years alio was a member of Winkler's1 urove Baptist Church. Kuneral services will lie lipid In Graham County. Other details of' me ananKcments were incomplete tonight. Surviving are three sons, James Clarence Crisp of Franklin, Louis Clyde Crisp of Bryson City, and Lidie Howard Crisp of Mollah, Ore.; a daughter. Mrs. Sannie Crisp McElroy of Lameda. Calif- two sisters, Mrs. Mary Bryant El- enuurg ana Mrs. Kobena Bryant Smallwood of Trvon. Ga 12 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. The body will be taken to the home of James Clarence Crisp and will remain there uniii time Tor the services, Potts Funeral Home is charge of the arrangements. . Mrs. Jimmie Boyd WAYNESVILLE, March 15-Mrs. .Timmie Roberts Boyd, 74, of Waynesville died in a hospital here this morning after a short illness. She was a daughter of the late Dr. Charles Boone Roberts and Elizabeth Teague Roberts and was born in Haywood County. Mrs. B:fd attended school in Clyde School and was a graduate Of Greensboro College. At the time of her death, she was a member of the First Methodist Church and a past regent of the Dorcas Bell Love Chapter, Daughter! of the American Revolution. She also was a past president of the Haywood Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy. Mrs. Boyd was a member and former sorcetary of the Richland Garden Club and was a member of Cie Waynesville Woman's Club. Surviving are the husband, .7. R. Boyd of Waynesville; two daughters, Mrs. Glenn Tweed of Asheville, and Mrs. Troy Leather-wood of Waynesville RFD 2; two grandchildren; four great-grand children: three sisters. Mrs. T. N Howell of Waynesville. and Mrs. It. M. Dudley and Mrs. Albert Kroyle of the West Coast; and six brothers, Lloyd, Robert, Huqli. Robley, Paul and Charles Roberts of the West Coast. Funeral services will be held In the First Methodist Church here Friday at S p. m. by the Rev. Earl Brendn'I, and burial will be In Green Hill Cemetery. Active pallbearers will br .Tule Boyd, Jack Felmet, Joe Welch. Dick Moody, Tommy Curtis and Victor Nobeck. The body will lie In state 30 minutes prior to the services. It will remain In the chapel of Crawford Funeral Home until time to be taken to the church. The family requests no flowers be sent. Johnny Rathbonr WAYNESVILLE, March ir-Johnny Rathbone, 45, of Clyde RFD 1 died in a Waynesville hospital loday after a ling illness. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Roberta Rogers Ralhbnnc; four sons. Leslie, Mack, Thomas and Taylor of the home; three daughters, Maude, Rosie and Genevieve of the home: the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rathbnn of Hot Springs: five sisters. Mrs. Mil'on Blavlock of Spartanburg. S. C. Mrs. I.attie Price of Cedro WomI lev. Wash. Mrs. James Kirk pntrlrk and Mrs. Nick Sexton o;;. 1'.(,n1 Hot Springs, and Mrs. Ray C ag!e n( ijj,,,.,, oi waynesville uru 6. iu un brothers, Grady and IPillis Rath-bone of Hot Springs, and Wilhurn Rathbone of Valley Falls. S. C. Funeral services will be held t the home Fridny at 10 a. m. by the Rev. Harold D. Townsend. and burial will be in Haynes Mountain Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Will, Dave and Donald Rathbone, Claude and Clyde Haynes and Ernest Presnell. The body was taken to the home this afternoon and will remain there until time for the services. Crawford Funeral Home is in Charge of Uie arrangements. Nanney of Lincoln'! Asheville; om granddaughter ana one greai-granauaugmer. Groce Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements which were in complete last nigni. s Floyd Hefner SPRUCE PINE. March 15-Fu- neral services for Floyd Hefner. 64. of Altapass, who died Tuesday, will be held at Altapass Baptist Church at 2 p. m. Saturday by the Uev. Julius Hen ine, assisted by the Rev. Robert Painter and the Rev. ll. M. Cassity. Burial will be in the McKinncy Cemetery at Altapass. The body will be taken to the home at 2 p. m. Friday. Mrs. Elsie Cheadle Mrs. Elsie Sundgren Cheadle, 63, of 118 Ashewood Rd., Render- sonville. died yesterday m an Asheville hospital following a long illness. She made her home in Asheville until recently. A native of Rockford, III., Mrs. Cheadle was a member of the First Lutheran Church of Ashe ville. She is survived by two sons. Robert M. of Hendersonville and David B. of Asheville; one daugh ter, Mrs. Gordon Fender of Memphis, Tenn.; two brothers, Frank H. Sundgren of Rockford, 111., and Paul W. Sundgren of West Palm Beach, Fla.; and nine grandchil dren. Funeral arrangements by Groce Funeral Home are incomplete. in Mrs. Annie Noblitt MORGANTON. March !SMr. Annie ?oore Noblilt, aged Morgan-ton resident, was found dead Wednesday night at her home at 102 I'aterson Street. Death was attributed to a heart attack which she is believed to have suffered during (ho night before. Mrs. Noblilt was Ihe widow of R. D. Noblilt who for many years operated a store near Luke James and who died in 1947. Funeral services will bo con ducted at 2 p m. Friday at the First Baptist Church of Morgan-Ion with the Rev. John D. Mc- Cready officiating. Burial will be in Forest 11:11 Cemetery. Mrs. Noblilt is survived by five brothers, John A. Moore of Arlington, Va., Robert P. moore of Chester, Mon'ana, William P. Moore and Charlie Moore of Mor-panlnn, and S. B. Moore of Marion; and two sisters, Miss Mary Moore and Miss Laura Moore, both of Charlotte. Perry G. Powell MORGANTON, March 15-Pcrry Garnion Powell, 4!i, Glen Alpine farmer and sawmill worker, died today at Grace Hospital a few minutes after his arrival. He had become suddenly ill at his home. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday at 2:30 p. m. at Linvillc Methodist Church. The Itev. G. W. lloornr and the Rev. G. A. Upton will assist. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Eva Powell; two sons, Perry Jr., and William of Glen Alpine; three daughters, Mrs. James Henry and Mrs. Harrison Saulmnn of Mor-gnnton. and Mrs. Bobbie Mogrey of Hickory; four brothers and three sisters. Mrs. Inez L. Wilson BURNSVII.LE. March 15-Mrs. Inez Led ford Wilson, 63, of Bak-ero iiip died at her home today nf'nr an illness of 24 months. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 r. m. Friday at Roan Moun tain Baptist Church by the Rev. Rruce Buchanan, the Rev. Oliver J. Youne and the Rev. Mr. Swicegond. Burial will be in the Greene-You nff cenieterv. She was a daughter of the late Weight and S.-nia Ann Buchanan and was a na'ive and life-long res!dent of Milche I Ciunty. She had been a member of the Roan Mountain church istoce she was very young. She and her husband were mar ried in Kill. He died 20 years ago Surviving are a daughter, Mrs Melba Bennett of Morganton; four .sons. Ralph Wilson of .Swannnnon, Hav Wilson of Hakcrsvillc. Burton Wil'-on of Glen Alpine, and Joe iWilMin of Spimlale: two sisters. Mrs. Esther Buchanan of Johnson nn., and Mrs, "ill hmil.i rv: a brother, sain i.ra- ford of Knexville, Tenn.; and nine grandchildren. The body will lie in slate at the church an hour prior lo the services. Pallbearers will be Ray and Rob-ert McKinncy, Joe and Bert Buchanan, Lee McKinncy and Dick Anderson. Henlinc-IIuKhcs Funeral Home is in charge of Ihe arrangements. Grain CHICAGO, March 15 1 - All grains except soybeans had a firm tone in moderately active dealings on the Board of Trade today. Gains in wheat, corn and rye ran to a cent or a little more at times. Oats lagged but were mostly ahead smali fractions. Firmness in cash markets aided these cereals. Late in the session it became known the Senate had approved use of the old formula in calculat ing parity on wheat, corn and some other commodities. This would mean a moderately higher once support level for these crop this year and it created a little buying. Wheat closed unchanged to VS. higher, March $1.32. oats V lower to higher. March 62, rye unchanged to 1 cent higher, March $1.30Vt. soybeans unchanged to 2 cents lower. March $2.604 and lard unchanged to 8 cents a hundred pounds higher. March $11.80. upvu mtu liOir close Miller B. Walker MORGANTON, March 15-Mil1?r Berry Walker, 70. well-known Morganton resident who operated t taxlcab service for the past 31 years, died late Wednesday at his home at 112 Patton Street. Death followed an Illness of two months. Funeral services will be con- ductedat Calvary Baptist Church Frldav at 3 p. m. wilh Ihe Rev. John Worth lying officiating, burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Macy Moss Walker; one son, James R. Walker of Morganton; two daughters, Mrs. Charles G. Potest and Mrs. W. T. Zimmerman of Morganton: two brothers, T. H. Walker of Morganton, and J. H. Walker of Cayce, S. C: and one sister, Mrs. J. H. Brendle of Henrietta. Mrs. Virgil Manning FRANKLIN, March 15 Mrs Virgil Bryant Crisp Manning, of Hickory, died in a hospital here at 4:15 p. m. today following a lingering illness. She was born In Japan community, Graham County, a daughter of Uie late John and Mary Sawvers Bryant. Mr. Manning was married to Robert Crisp of Graham County in 1906. Later, she was married George Henry Brendle FRANKLIN, March 15 George lli.nrv Brendle. 83. of the Intla see lion died in a hospital here al 5:15 n. m. today following a brief ill- nej-s. Hp was a native of Swam Cnun ty, a son of the late William and Jane Brendle, and moved to Ma enn Cnuntv in early manhood. He was married first to Miss l.illie Downs of lolla. Alter she rlinl Iip married Mi.ss Pearl All' of Rabun County. Ga., who died in ki-.i Brendle was a member of folia Banti.H Church and a larmer. i.'unpr.il services will he held at lotla Baptist Church. Other details of the arrangements were incomplete tonight. Surviving are a son hy his first marriage. John Brendle of Cullo-whee; a daughter by his fi'-st marriage. Mrs. Dora Valentine of Franklin RFD 4; two sons by his second marriage. Robert Brendle of Lewisville. and Carl Brendle of Everett, Pa.; a daughter by his second marriage. Mrs. Carroll Reynolds of Tuckaseegee: three sisters and six grandchildren. The bodv will remain in the chapel of Polts Funeral Home until time for the services. Robert McFarlin Robert M. McFarlin, 69. died Uiv James Weir James Weir, 73, died last Friday in Arlington, Va according to word received here yesterday. His wife, who survives, is the former Miss Ellen Lunsford of Leicester. Weir was connected with the Na tional Savings and Trust Co. of Washington, D. C. at the time of his death. Funeral services were held Tuesday in Arlington. Mrs. S. IV. Griffith ANDREWS, March 15-Mrs. S. N. Griffith, 74, died at the home of a nephew, R. R. Recce of An drews, today after an illness oi two months. She had made her home with Reece since the death of her Hus band in 1U39. Mrs. Griffith was a member ol the First Baptist Church here. She and her husband had been very active in the building of the church. Surviving in addition to Reece are three sisters, Mrs. J. S. Dcrre-berry, Mrs. Martha Gragg and Mrs. Phil Anderson of Spindale; three brothers. Jerry and Charlie Almond of Spindale, and Albert Almond of Andrews; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at Valley River Baptist Church at 11 a.m. Saturda by tne uev. jcun C. Corbitl, and burial will be in the church cemetery. The bodv will remain at Reece's home until 10:30 a.m. Saturday when it will be taken to the church lo lie in state until time for the services. Ivie Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Willie V. Gallouay BREVARD. March 15 Funeral services for Willie Vance Galloway, will lie held Friday al 2 p. m. at the- Clierryfield-Mt. Moriah Baptist Church. The Rev. Carl Rogers, assisted by the Rev. Clyde McCall. will officiate, and burial will be in the Mt. Moria.i-Cnlvert Cemetery. Galloway died late Wednesday afternoon at his home in the Cherryficld section aflcr a lingering illness. Surviving nre the widow, a daughter, four sons, one brother, Ira D. Galloway of Gallipolis, Ohio; and two grandchildren. Mrs. Cumi Lee CANTOX. March 15-Mrs. Cumi Swanger Lee. 63. of Canton, died in a Clyde nursing dome ai :. a. m. loday following a long ill ness. She was a daughter of the late Robert Swanger and Louise Massey bwanger oi Haywooa i,ounty. funeral services will be held at West Canton Baptist Church at ll a. m. Saturday ny tie uev. Millard Hall, the Rev. Otto Par- ham and the Rev. Billy Lee. Burial will be n Bon-A-Venture Cemetery Pallbearers will be Walter and Sam Lee, Alfred, John and Earl Swanger and John reck. Granddaughters will be flower bearers. The body will be taken to the home Friday morning and will remain there until time to be taken In the church to lie in slate a half hour prior to the services. Surviving are the husband. Burton M. Lee: three daughters. Mrs. Cecil Clontr of Conipton. Calif., Mrs. Mildred Kurnpka of Youngs-town. Ohio, and Mrs. F. M. Hicks of Canton; a step-son. Virgil Lee of Clyde: a brother, Tom Swanger of Canton: 12 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren. Crawford Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. WHEAT Mar. Mar. Jly. Sep. Dec. TORN Mar. May Jly. Sep. Der. OATS Mar. May Jly. Sep. 1CC. KYK Mar. May Jly. Sep. SOYBEANS Mar. May Jly. Sep. jsov. LARD Mar. May Jly. Sep. Oct. 2.23 S.2H4 2.23 I.2JV J.I9s 2.2(Ht 2.HH 2.19H 1.94 2.00 1.98 1.9BV, 2.003, 2. op, 2.00H 2.00!, 2.U4V, 2.05V, 2.M 2.04-s CHICAGO. March IS (API Wheat none. Corn: No 3 yellow 1.321.; No 4 1.2713! sample grade 1.27-2R. Oalar Nn 1 heavy white t74; No 1 extra heavy white oovi; no 2 tv; sample grade ttttt. soybean 0 1: 144-?.: soybean meal; 45.50-46.00. Barley nominal! mailing choice, 1.30-40: irea .iu-.ss. March May July September October l)eceinier A-Askedj 1.32V, 1.35 1.39 1.39 134 Va 62 63 am 1.33', 1.3C-H 1-41H., l.W, 1.35 63 Va 63 M, 1.32' 1.32'ti 1.35 1.36V, 1.39 1.39 1.30i 1.29(4 1.22, 1.22 2.62 2.65 2.66H 1.31 1. .Kii-i 1.23'. 1.22H, 2 62 2.tij 1.381, 1.34 Vs 6 Hi 63 62 64 1. 30V, 1.29V, 1.22 Vi 1.22 1.39-1 1.341. 631; 63 64" i 1.30V 1.293 1.22J. 1.22 2.60V4 2.60 2.63V, 2.634, 2.66". 2.65VI 2.65'. 2.46V4 2.461, 2.45V, 2.45Va MO 2.37V, 2374 11.72 12.12 12.55 12.95 11.(12 12.22 12.62 13.00 11.72 12.12 12.52 12.95 11.80 12.15 12.55 12.95 1295 Cash Grain Soybean Oil (Uuolstions Supplied by Merrill J'terce. Fenner A Besne) CHICAGO. March 15 Soybean Prices on the Chicago Board ol Trade Lynch. Oil Win 1465 1438 1403 13I0B 1238B 1194 -Bid. Low 1456 1418 1385 1288 1217 1171 Close rhr. 1465 1 1428B 6 13 4 129HB 2 1229 t 118U Livestock American Stoc Exchange NKW YORK. March 15 (API Following1 is a list of major stock and bond Irana-cations on the American Stock Exchange toaay: Acme Atum Aero Supply Ain.sworlli ,15e Airflrrls 1 Jjx Pet la Gas I 28 Alaska Airl Allcg Airl Allcg Cp wt Allied Art .15 Alum Ind Am Ban Car Am Marac .5W Am Meter 2 Am SealK .25t Am Tractor Amures Oil Ang Lau A .80e Ark Oil 1 Ark La Gas .25e Armour wt Arm Rub A 2 Aro Equip 1 Alias Cp wt Atlas Ply .152 ce .Ilk Bailey Sel Bald Sec .17g Banff Oil Barium Stl llelock Inst ,62t llraz TrI.iP Breeze t lirltAm Oil .85 Bril Petrol 34g Brown Co ,25e Brown Kills .80 Brown Bub 1 Buckeye PL 1.30 Bunkerllill 1.20. BurryBisc C4C Super CnlgaVKd .10 Cal F.aslAv .251 ( at El 1'w .70 Calv CO&C, Campb Chin Cdn All Oil 31 6 15-16 8 11-16 6 11-16 V Ldn Homestead Cdn Marconi .06e Cdn Pelrol pf caiifio :al Las CansoOtl Prod tap leans Catalin .30g Cen Kxplot City Auto S 1.20 Clarosl Ml Clinch Coal 2a Coast C Oils Colonial Air Colonial Stl .30b Con Klectro .40 Con Gas l:t .75 Cons Mng&S .80a Com Cranium Cott Bever .32xd Creole Pet ,75e Crown Cl'et .50g LubAm Oil Cub Atl S ,50c Cub VcnOU liaitcn cu .5(lf! Davenpllos .50e Dm Graylr .20 Del Stl Prod 2 Devon L Oils Dome Expl Dragon Cem 2a Dra-ucr .B0e Drill Kxp .12e DuMonlLab 31 Duval Su 1.25 DynamAm .40 Kast G.is&F la l:lder Min Kl BondStSh .96a Kqully Cp .158 Kureka Co Kairch Com lg l-argo oils urtn sterl Sales Mel ; 2 6Vi n 6'i( y. ; 3 3', 314 31, 1 ! ; Vm Mi ; 1 25 2m 25 ; H 11-16 , HS ; 16 37 36t 37 v : 2 5'i 54 5i V, 5'. 5 S' O 6( 6Ji 6'i 1. 6 5 5 5 1, 250 ll'i 1H 114 31 It, 1 1 H 327 11. 1(15, njt .v, 2 39', 3n 39' i- i 1250 15a 15 151, r sv 20 H, 4 14 V, 31 7U 6' 7 - V, 20 13i, 1;:, 1 314 it , Jl 34 Jl's 34 28 1!4 19 IS'i H . 44 t- 9'4 9' it . 3 38"4 II I 38'i 14 , 3 22' i 22 22 11 20 2 0n Wk 20' k H 44 IPs 10's ll'if 'ti 28 9a 9'i 9'i- It 14 Ill's Ill's ll: k 14 3S 34 3'4 Vl 32 3 1-16 2 2 1-11 73 5'. 5H s-t It 30 18 1 18 18' it Vt 48 7 ' 6't 81 K'i 8-, Hat 59 42-1h 41 '4 42 H 54 14'a HJi 14'it. V. 113 2IH 21 21i Vt 3 19V 19V4 19'4- 6 If 16 16' 1 'S. 10 2.1'a 23'4 23'i Vt la 8 l'J 19V, mi 8 6'.6 6 Vt 40 l'i 1, 1H 22 27'i 27 27 Vt I 7 3't 34 3H 11 14 14 14 Vt 3 5H 5V4 54 152 29 28 H 24 2',. 2't 2'i 26 6 5'i 5't 30 26 55 '-4 26 4- ") 35 1 5-16 1 3-16 1 3-SR 1-16 13 2'4 2J 2 v S ll ll'4 1 1 -j Vi 237 OH 8't 9s iv(i 35 3 5 9-16 S- 1-1B 3 18a 18'4 IB'? Vi 2 4i 4i 4i I 58ti 58t( 58u 623 2:s 2'-, 2 57 24 23V4 23"i V4 3 8 8 1 43 2n 25 26', l?i 13 14't 14' i 1 37' 37V4 3v, 17 2't 2 2 5 714 7H 7V, 14 20 8't 79'n 79'. Vi II 2il'-i 20' i 20' i 'ft 52 2H 2 2b Vt 8 14' i ll'i 141.4- V, 259 Pi lt lt 1 19V4 19't 19V4- Vt 10 26V, 13 12' 13 82 15 49 8 Flying Tiger rorn ,tl cai 12 4 107 1 I l'i 2- 5't I3's 10H 1'a 273, Markets vesterdav as reported hv the Western North Carolina Ollice of (he Di vision of Markets. N. C. Department of Agriculture, in cooperation with the V. 6. Department of Agriculture. lame Chicago: Receipts 2.500 cattle and 100 calves, alcers ralher slow, mostly about steady. Instances 25-50 lower. Ileilers lalrly active, mostly steady. Cows mod erately active, steady. Bulls and veal- ers steady to weak. Mockers and feed ers fully steady. Small lot high prime 1020 III. yearling steers 25.00. few head mobtly prime steers 22.50-24.00. good to high choice steers 16.50-21.50, hulk choice grades 18.50-21.00, two loads choice 1514 lb. beeves 18.50, several loads good steers 16.50-16.75, carrying commercial grade end. Several lots high choice and prime heifers 19.25 21.00, bulk good and choice heifers 16.0o-l8.7t. Load 78 lb. weights 18.75, from the same leedlot as 18.75 heifers on Wednesday. Scattered lots utility lo low heifers 12.00-15 50. Utility and commercial cows 11. 00.13. 00. Moat cannera and cutters IO.O0.1 1.75. lew heavy llometn cullers 12 00. scattered head iixm canners 9.M down. I'tllity and com A Ford Ltd .OJh G Firepfg ,50f Gen Plywood oCen Stores C.erilyMicn Giant Yell .15e Glen Alden .40 GltnDis B .50 Goldficld C Gorliam Mlg t Gray Mlg 1 GtAll&l'iic Gt l.ak OkC ClSweet Or Grid Freeh llazrlline 1.40s Heels Min .I0e lloll C Gold .24 Holly Corp Horn 4 II 1.60 Humble Oil 2.40 HygriideKd le 111 Zinc .251 Imp Ch Ind .14g Imperial Oil 1 Imp Tb Can .40a 4 ll'i Ins Co NAm 2.50b Z500 125 1150 14'i 14V4 H. 9 3H 3a 3ii Vt 3 33' i 33' t 33li H 638 lit Hi l-t Vt 4 8 7-16 8 3-16 8 7-16 4 516 2 40' 4 39't 40V, 26't 264 Vt 12', 12', 4- Vt 8t 8't 48 49 4- 7't 74 f Vt 20'i 21 Vt V4 9-18 1-16 28 2H't 3'i 3'.- Vt l"i 2't t 23 It 23t 48 2 5-16 2 3-16 2 3-161-16 60 64 6 6't 93 104 104 U'' V, 9 4 laVi 127 127 1 70 4 11-16 4 9-16 4', i-1-16 1 473, 473, 473i 34 l'i 2-s 214 9-!6 28'i 34 2". 234 2 12 114 ll'i It 19 454 44 44 -14 23 9 4 5 54 1 35V, 354 354 2 61 II 81 4 3 54 SH 5H 10 54 54 54 65 34 34 34- W 2 59 '4 594 593, t 14 103, 104 104 H 4 184 184 164 5 184 18 18 VI 5 54 5'i 54- Vt 11 3. 34 34 11 34 34 34 50 44 44 44 9 2014 20 20 4 It 3 19 184 18'- V, 12 64 64 6H VI 2 174 17 17' t 4 294 294 294 Vt 35 114 11-H 114 Vi 30 37 36 364 V4 2 4 4 4 8 lJ'i 134 134 V4 13 8 . 84 Bt I II 24 3 3-16 2 3-18 325 12-4 12 124 H THE ASHEVILLE CITIZEN, ASHEVILLE, N. C. OQ Friday, March 16, 1956 Simp Pnt .75 .Sinner MK t Sunotune .2H So Trim Oil St south Hoy .3iie Sid Hvm .2M Sid Kurt .30uivd Sid lndul sid Oil Ky la Sid rackacinjr Sfd I'wiU .75 Std Thomson Sfarrcit Co .262 Slerlimilnc Sterl Free Sunnrt Hti!0 Strooik 1.60 Suwr TAD .40 T.ilon A .25c Tania Kl locnnicoiur i Thiokol i t 1.121 Thomp Star ilo Kimf ll ToklanOil Tr.im Kmp 1 n Lorn wi I'nexrell Cht-m LnitAiicH .332 I' nit Astx-st I nn Shot-.M 2.Wa 74 I S Air Coiitl 6 I S Foil B .2.ie 96 LS VHanun .tv 3 Utah Id Sue .2je 12 Valspar Cp 1 Vciifz Sya 5 Vincu !1 Vant'&f .Me wwu VuU-an Sil l,d H ;i)larc&T 35e Waltluiu Watcb UehliA Knapn White A Sir .60 Wichita ItO il Wiinrh l'et Wiiodley P .Mb WritihL Har .12 ChiTrAu S.75 78 9 IH.iW N.I 4&D3A 2 Hum .; 1919 Ai3 Anprox Am htOCK MUt'S x,ov.wu Slork Sahe Year Ai'o 7,M.910 Anorox Am Bond Sales PMQMn Hoiut iH'B H'ar akw EMPLOYMENT Mule Ililp Wanlt'd (10) HANDY MAN for maintenance work. Apply in pt-mon. H.lodotlendroa Court. 85 Nlerrtmon Avrnue. 7 i 17 180 125 12 1 107 3 47 5-4 54 8 574 24 42", 174 44 74-104 54 344 6 214 24 24 124 44 4 594 24 54 54- 4 5-4 54 Vt 74 7 15-16 57 1 4in 174 44 74 104 54 334 6 214 5W 12 44 716 594 2 SUPERVISOR for upholstery department. Must have had experience in cutting and sewing of upholstery material. Either furniture or auto upholstery. Job at local Asheville plant. Good salary, employe benefits, excellent working conditions. Opportunity for advancement. Contact in person N.C. State Employment Office, 38 Battery Park Avenue. YOUNG man, 22. college graduate, lnar. riea. draft exempt, moving 10 Atine-ville, wants permanent, immediate jolt. Offers drive, smbitlon, excellent references, management training and business experience. Expects good salary and clear track for advancement. C'harlea T. Sullivan. 250 West 1i St. New York 23, N. Y. .MOTEL to operate In Western North (. srolioa. Middle aae couple have references and experience. Write G-653. careaf Cillen-Timea. H'KNISII car ami babr sit In ear wall moiner snops. Dial VV'KIX educated, good character. 10 yeare experience as production loreman in electronic field. AIo 5 years as whole, sale salesman in food products. Ambitious, enercetic. steady and have excel, lent background. Peslre opportunity for advnncement. Excellent references. Pit. 3-2937. 864 64 714 714 56 56 44 34 41 57 -I 2 - 4 424 t 4t 174 44 7-4 W 10-4 54 344 1 6 - 4 214- 4 24 Vt 24 12 - Vt 44 4 5941 Vt 24 864- M 714 56 "5 44- 4 44 s:i2l.nin DRIVER - Helper fwhitel for movins van Prefer middleased man. Write W-666. care of ritiren-Tlmes. SUPERV ISOR for frame department. Must have had ex perience in turniture trame assembly, also familiar with spray equipment. Job at lo cal Asheville plant. Good salarv. Employe benefits. Excellent working conditions. Opportunity for ad vancement. Contact in per son N.C. Employment Of fice, 38 Battery Park Ave. ANNOUNCEMENTS Notices (2) DRAPER Corporation has moved to Swannanoa. Please deliver all dogwood to new plant. W J. PUHDl'E-Justlce oi Peace. Notary Public, Marriage Income tax. 4-1024-2-2874. WE HAVE bulk milk cooling tanks available in all sues, made of stainless stcol Inside and outside. Meet AAA and N. C. requirements. No charge for calibration. See us for your lank needs FARMERS FEDERATION ART GALLERY STUDIO 124 WAIX STREET PROFESSIONAL SERVICES-COATS of ARMS. PORTRAITS, paintings and frames restored. Continuous Art Classes J13975r3-892a. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - Writ P O. Box 1845 or phone 3-0771. LOST-March 10th. ladies Bulovs wrist watch, downtown. i-iperai rewuiu. 2-02'i3. 5'i 34 U 14 24 4 34 4 13', 4 104- Vi LOST - Knovville Ccneral Hospital pin l.nne, l.ltu'1 Mackcy on pin. m-n.iii. 3-7374 or 3 8441 27'. V. 1'.'4 V lot Petrol .Site Int Ht-slst .20 Invest Hoy .04a Jerry O'JIah Jupiter Oils MnKstonf'd .20 Kirk Lake G Kohaek Str .80 Kropp For .Obif Lake Shore .log Lear ,15e l.odre sV Ship LouM,&E 3a Lunkhmr .50e l.vnchCp 134 104 14 274 164 73 1794 1784 17B4 12 2 14 2 131 S 1116 54 5 11-11 14 94 9', 94-3-16 4 454 44 4 44, ?i 7 104 10 104 64 304 284 28'i Vi 21 24 24 24 1 234 254 254 W 11 120 1194 120 , 9 224 22 22 87 154 144 32 64 6 1-16 58 4i4 414 114 123 3S4 7 4 2-4 14 2-4 34 7-H 124 34 54 94 36'. 84 3-4 14 34 34 H 124 34 54 94 H4 15 14 64 1-16 4i. 14 IP. 1234-1 J-.4- 4 84 4- V 24 14 24-1-16 34 4 4 1-16 12H Vt 34- Vt 54- Vt 94 14 86 142 136'-, 137414 S-IU 41't 414 414 i 114 11 Lost and Found (41 WANTED -Men lo sell concessions on trains. Good runs. Apply In person, no phone calls, southern Kaiiroad news stand. Steady conditions. HAVE IMMEDIATE open ing for young man, 2 1 to 30 to train as assistant man ager, car necessary, good salary and car allowance splendid future if willing to work. Interview confiden tial. Apply in person. Car olina Finance Co., 87 Pat-ton Avenue. Male or Female Help Wanted (11) BIBLE SALES PEOPLE (MEN OR WOMEN) SELL Ol'R new Pretest ant Family Bihi to your friends and neighbors. One sale loads lo another bfcame of our lenient nme-pavment plan. We uo all cutieclinK except small down pay mem which u part of your sales commission. Ontv 2 sates per day earns you over $600 per month Sales experience not necensary hut helpful We supply sales help. Write Dent B for full information P. O. Box 970 icnua. jn.sas. WANTED colored woman with thorouah experience In running n home and carina for an Invalid. Prefer married woman whoke husband c;in do Part time, botn must live on Place. Hist class quarters. Write P-W2. care of ihren-1 imes. LOST-Brown billfold at Sunburst. N. C Stanley. 175 Cumberland Aenue. imr nr ,t i nvert In it-initv of Buckeye I on ItUrk Mountain iiicnw.iv r r-.v iu.wki-.ii unman nesire permanent or'uiAL, 3-1JM Position Wanted 14) EMPLOYMENT Position Wanted (141 BUSINESS SERVICES Schools. Instruction (15) HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME-No classes." Standard texts furnished. Low monthly payments. Write for free 55-Daee high school bulletin today. American School Writ e B o x A 667 . c are Cit u e n T i met, $50 TO $60 WEEK EARN ON JOR-Gotten Ton whil l.srn-Iiik. diesii. refrUeratlon, bod- ind fender, auto and machinist. G. I. approved. Write Greer Shop Tralnin. 127 West 7th St.. Charlotte, N. C. for Asheville Interview. CERTIFIED FLYING SCHOOL KOREAN War Veterans may fir under CI Bill at Ashevilie's oldest C.A.A. ao-proved school. Private pilot, commercial pilot. multi-enrine Instructor courses. Phone, write or see Paul Mi'Murrs. at A. H. Airport. Professional Services (161 INCOME TAX service, all allowshle deductions Kiven. Experienced 83 Beverly Road. Beverly Hills. Mrs. A. H. JlellJSjO. DRESSMAKING, alterations, men's sport shirts, and drapes. D&y Z-1677. Nights 65.2544. TAX RETURNS by EXPERIENCED ACCOUNTANT. Evenings. Dial 1 3453. INCOME TAX RETURNS-F.xperienced. Dial days 3-1479. tu&nu 3-ih. Airs. Carter Massages (16-A I MASSAGE IN HOMES. Mrs. Tonl Bucnholl. 1-3608. HliLsE MASTER -Massage for a homo dcmonslration phone Arden 4044. RKDCCE TflE MODERN WAY WITH NIAGARA DEEP MASSAGE TRIAL TREATMENT FOR $1.50 FOUR TREATMENTS FOR 15.00 MRS ELIZABETH RADEB (Elite lleautv Salon) 67'4 HAYWOOD STREET DIAL J.J071 Miscellaneous Services (17) ,-,lit.lt lii-nun uilh hln nil chain. (25.00 rewaul. male Itovel' lliasK. Weill I'iiulle 2-t:l.'ilj l.()ST-Lare Siameso cal. victmtv Euscne ItnilKtn hcnooi i nun s pel. nr wind. Dial 3-9325 or 3-0126. part tune work. Dial 3 7567. WILL keep small child, give best cue. Dial 2-b.il.-i. (5) Wauled WANTED-Will pav cash for solid ufed furnllure. i iironna ruiuiiuie chance. 24 Biltinore Avenue. Dial 416Q2. SCRAP COLD and, silver rhiahest cash prices paui. ri.Mr.uair.iAa. inc.. . S. W. Pack Square. CASH PAID for Diamond. Rinss. Den tal lioui anu oui i-.iecirn- naiyi.. I AHOI.INA JKWEI.ERS. 33 Patlun Ave. CASH for your old PIANO, Phone Lfc.v l-:uwi- merclal bulls 13 75-15.50, food heavy fal I M i d John I nuns liOOd and rhnlr venl.rk 22 00 26.00, cull to commercial 10 00-21 00. Load ood BOO Ih. feedlnl sleera IS SS. parkaxe rood mixed steer and heif.r slockers 13.O0. North Georsiat Trndinff active And ri. mand rood. Most slauulilcr c.-tlile and caltes fully steady with vnlr. 1 on. 3 00 hlsher. Slocker steers and calves ateady, helfera and cows stmne to t.oo hixhrr. tiod and few choice slsuchter sleers and hellers 16 00K 25, commercial 14 WI I6.00. UlllilV 12 50 14 00. ranner .ml culler 1100.12 50. l lllily rows 11 50-1275. cutter 10.50.11.75, canners 00-10.75. Few utility and enmmerclal bulls I3 2V15 00 canners and cutlers 10.50-13.00. Co.d and few choice Rlaunhler calves I" oo.Q 75. enmmerclal 16.oo-IT.2J, utility ij.nn.is on. Gond and few choice vealeii 20 00-21 inililv and commercial 15 00-2? no. CcmhI slocker and feeder sleera 15.50.17.00. enn. mon and medium I3.O016 oo. Inferior and common nelfrrs lOHO-Iton. few medlim 13 50-15.00. Good and hnl, .ik.r vrti.r. in.jw..ni no. Aimmol and mrdiuin m.m.i. u .a noo-iaoo. tnfrrkir cartes 100014 00. in-ici ,,k.,-i, 1 McDon Aire .50b 26 ll'i ,11's 32'. Menaxiu .100 Merrill Pet Meaabi Iron Mich SllL'-ir Mid St Pet Molybilen Can Molyh Corn ,50a qMunii TV Muter Co ,1'e Nat Bell 11 Vs Nat Petrol Nat Presto .60 Nut I n Flee N.it I S Had .40 MlrillHId NK111I T4T I Nlll'loik N Idna 51 .n VI Zinc 3Te N Mck li Ar N I'.irt S.O N I'aik Mill Miisma Mns Nuril Kelay or Can Oils Nnr'eAM Air Oceanic Oil 3' -Vs J'a ltt'l 5;. "s is - U 1. W 04 if . 55 .5 S.i'.O't IH U4 ll 11S 2'i 1. V, 1 11i-l l' 1 9-10 2Hi 2HI - ' 1-16 1. W 4. 1'.- 4'.- 11 - w Jl 12S--H 16-1.16 icrtor ana common stock rnws 6 50.12 00 !. Louie. Mo.t eelsre slcadv lo 100 nilher. (Wied and rlmlce IKOO-Mon. sprlnkllnr hixh choice and nrlme 17.00-2100. Cell lo commercial 10 00-16.00. naerp at i.atnna rtUcafo: Receipts I onn head el.,,.. ter shee scarce, flaushter lamhs mod erately active, mainly steady with Wednesday's rlnae or larcelv 25 lower than early that day. Sheep steady. Good lo prime wooled lambs 110 Ihs. dmm I6.30.21.50. latter nrlce Inrludlne. wrlihts 106 lbs. down. Load around I2S lb. most, ly choice wonted litmha 1K7 mtlt tn w fTT 'yhe It00.in.no. Choice end prime ! Richmond Had iwirt in. tan anorn lamhs l 25 and 1 K10 tir VC. o.ie n m. CuU 10 choice slauihlcr ewes Hume Cahle 1 fb J S.90-iyj. Koialite Oil .16 11 nrt IRtantl'rt I OhlcasYI! Becelots 6.000 head. Gen.rit M Lawr Co 1 7 trade very active, mnst harrows and cllt. Sapphire Pet 4 3 7-16 3 5-l amiino sieaayt sows mostlv ate.dv. Bulk e-cnic. inc la jj sn.j c. S. No. I to 3. 190 270 th bar-;""" ' 10 end (Ills 12 50-13 00. tarlnrtlne nn. I Scromerh .40 J merous loadi No. t and I. 330.260 Ih. . 5J"' .'T"0 . .' r? 2 75 Few mainly Ko s .r,. ik r l.va SJm J i Pac Petrol ran Hrarl Pancoast Pet Panlep Oil 37f PeruOlla k M Piper Aire .60 Plill.akrK t Polaris Mn PrratKDome .06 PHM Inc .506 Prod Corp Progress Mf 70b Prosper B .70b Reitcr Foat Hellan FA E 1 (Rem Arms .5''6 I 4. 36 4 a 5 I'S 4 1 11 11 12 3i i'i 33 12-4 I2a S4 3 2 7-lh2 12.10 13 I3H'1 LISA, ( 6 2k 2. 2i. 3 3i 3 Ji 152 5)' SOij J31-. slU 2 11 a 16 1"- 14 1 h U4 I'..- I. 6 2 1', 1- I. ii 1 11 IS 1)31 t I. 7! 13'. I2 1'.- lj 19 3 1.16 5 1-16 t'a-l-M 4i 14 13 1.1 S Vi 1 3'. - It SOf 11 la 6 ,-S2.'i0 i;j 124 1J4 . n 67 16 15 I. M 3 a 3 2 SJ IH 16 1- I S7 sv. y a J'.. 1 1.11 15 14 3 J 16 l'.l-l 3 ll'i 11'. I3'a t, 1350 lfrt't 104ti 101'. V. 15 Its !a 2i 3 J 6' 4 15-16-M6 16 40' 4H 4lli t4j 36 3 2' 16. IJ-. I'. 40 11 3'i CHURCH PEWS or benches donated or at rcaaonauie price ior new ciiuil-u. o. E. Iturrell. Route 3. Canton. N. WANTKD-Caah paid for eood uaed fur niture, call Hire ana wnne riirnuure Co.. 18 Hlllmore Ave. Dial 142J0 U'iVTvnr.nnt uaed furniture see ua Itiat. Kot Reliable Furniture Co.. 40 North I.cxinston. Dial 4 29JZ WAN! ED-L'sed furnitu reDl a I 4-1 658. CASH ON DELIVERY yoH Dtiowoon ions DRAPKH fl..SWANAM.A9-l4i HI(;MKIt PMU KSp.nd for Lrtr.i. ContaM. ItolMCS. H' liOX. huh r um. .iiuir i hup ei'iis Will. CAMKHA IIOI SK. 5 Hii.vwood. , hnv usiil doom. wIMowii. phimb- inu (ituici. pipm. etc. i-corKp i.irrn-wivid. :m Hnv wood Kt. 3-. 327. rruvcl, Transptirlailnn PROMPT DRESSiNO-CitHneU and mill work, remodvlliitf. new com miction. Dial M 470 BULLDOZER. Frontend loader, fish Knds, fill dirt, base men I, ditchin. .ndorson:Davl. 4-2111. GKNFRAL repalrlna", roof coatln. car-pentrv. Uuildm. maintenanc. 3-6612 aft er5 p.m. PLOWING, harrowlnir. landscaping, tractor and yard work. Clcamoi. Alio lawo niowctj. 86.18. ELECTRIC SHAVERS Repaired While UAVait RKD HOYI.E OFFICE SUPPLIES Asheville Typewriter Co Plenty oi Parking Indoors 21 N. AIAlthKT 5T. FOR CAIIPKNTRY. masonry, floor level-ofj ins. roolinK. sidlna. chimney repair. Free estimates. 3-7931. Places To Eat ... Go 1 IN W.N.C. p Places To Co fll I'l '.ors To V.iA r r MAKE Dreamland hradquartera for all Dine. daiiLC. J muwt-s eerv lisnt As'iev Ilie-P.iltmore Hotel DINlMi - 7 A M.-2 I'M.: 6 8 30 P.M. STAHNFS COVK HSI11NC, I.AKK I I'll t'w-l- nl'CTtt m ivrr" OPKN 7 iliiss week. I iliea stlvttn each i lL.L.vjr. HUIrtVIVilW n 5'ititiu. CANItlN HIC.IiWAY - 10 miles from iiumn Ablu'ville. Dial r.naa 7-D147. t'luti'b lo tal (SI Travcltown VINE FOOD-FINK ATMOSPIICnC 90 Merrimon Ave. MIIS. COGG1NS' DINING ROOM A Special Every Day Di-iiciouf Meals Scrvinjf Daily and bunUay 'til 9 pm. 656 Tunnel Ituad Dial 4-luiU 3 Mi.cs La.t of Athevlll. on L.S. 70 HICKORY SMOKED Barbecue (I 59 Per . COMPI.r 1 K DIVM.IIS 75c-II 50 OB. I'Ut . . ujiDccucd vt nule i nicKcn. nu ,v. w . 61.59 each Ihieo I llt.a PISS. 217 t IOM-.1 Moml.ivs. lunnel Hosit lliltmuit; Avenue. 9418. Ilillbillv Restaurant CAITI 1ERS BREVARD A GOOD p'ace to rat. Breakfast, lunrh eon ana uinnvr. upea o m m 10 mio niaC lit. DKIVINd Station Won to New Yoik Match IS. I'Iiom U-SUl. PH1VINO tathm wacon to New Yoik Mmvh 17. 6 a in Phone l-ISM EMPLOYMENT IVmale Help Wiinlrd 19 WNC School Publications Win Honors Buncombe and Henderson County student publications won honors in Cie 32nd Columbia Scholaitic cxpecttxlly yesterday morning at.l'ress Association contest for stu-his home, 22 Muntford Ave. He had.tlent !wspaper and magazinta in GROCE FUNERAL HOME (r.raierlr Pi Oreee) rkea. MUI UN Harwnod Rd. T. A. Groce, President AMBULANCE SERVICE e.ifnrrvl n hp.trt .iM.irk He was a retired Southern Railway switchman. He had been with the firm 31 years. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Annie Sprouse McFarlin; one son, Homer of Asheville; one daughter, Mrs. Sam Hagan of Asheville; three brothers, A. .1. and J. P. McFarlin of Asheville and W. Z. McFarlin of Daytona Beach. Fla. and one sister. Mrs. Betsy Rogers Lewi Memorial Park Tb Cemetery Beautiful oa BMTerdam LEWIS FUERAL HOME DIAL 5081 (Jeise 31 cfuneral (Home u HOUR AMBULANCE SF.RVICB 185 Bllimore Are. Phone IB1 New York. The contest and the Press Association are sponsored by Columbia University. The Red and White of Hendersonville High School tied for first place with the Greenville High School Lights In the printed newspapers, sonior high scnoois, 301 to 500 students. In printed newspapers, boys printed secondary schools, the Christ School New won first place and t!ie Asheville Schi A Ashnoca won second place. The Asheville-Biltmore College Bluets won first place in printed literary magazines. Some 1,500 entries were received from schools throughout the United States. 3 Ul't XT: I'a 40, ll'i ' S' 77'. H'a 4 it' 4 97 17 ' 9;: butchers IMU-unn, few loatts and lot! moallv o. 1 anil J, MA-KS Ilia uauallv aorted for weight and erade ll lO-HJ, latter price for short double derk. ?an to around 3m Ih. bulrhara I2.00-1J M. lino?) Ihs. 11.5A.t.0H. Snws i:0 in around Itr.n Ins. main v in 7S.11 VI. Mih nfl..iMni rholre lisht sovti under ISO Ihs. bruiflnr slishlly more. Kniuht Dies In IMiami HhXDKRSONVILLE. March IS r. Kooert Knight, well-known Mi- ami, ria., nusinessman aiw a sum Sllrs Co Slmca 1 .reAsx TJi, 3'. J'a- 1M l 13'.- l t" l 4l'S H 11 - V. 9 Vi 17 H K'l- Vi 4 97 JH-MS ! H 11 aH Tl'j- Va V 21'.- W .1 . The Manor FABULOUS FOOD Featuring Music By Frank Sorrrll Special Family fMnner. tin Sunitavs CIIII.DItl N HALF mice ART SI IEl'ARD'S RESTAURANT WI' WFIIVTl.l.K-ONK VI.AI1 Hill .i irmly fur a.iU. Smsll 1'IIONE Oil ut'.liy ham now si it well tt imaicd. 1I A V T V 11 ..,.l;f;J l,nr,L. v I is I I. u .1.I........U . - . .K, r ir.r,, r keeper. Good working con- m ,rK .Wi mn ho mi iit.iTF. 74 ditio.,,, perman-nt position . with lone entablishrd locali J'horejjir:.. Jimmie s Waffle Shop WU'AKh sr. Luncheon, Dinner --Om- r'rte Ui' fieri f 1 t'n 6.j cent. SlfHk, hoi.; I- l'et Mirrton Snt'i in I at SI J i. tjpi-n 6 a m.-mulnisiiit. ) HaruoodSt. SKY CLUB RESTAURANT lllllll ON UtAK ATLllKR DIAL S4I9. Asheville-Biltmore Hotel Dining Room ai I. vm t v i .r ion 11 w rRF.SII Frttd Ummler. 4 . Blscss ll.i.a. Fieiith rus. t'nlf Slaw. Iln.'i l'iittif. Ntititi or .luice. lie.'!!. it ill pm. Other Scatoixla st Hvular Fi.ir.. business concern. Reply in own handwriting Riving ex perirnce. en-1 nrei, DAILY CROSSWORD Box S-664. Citi- Willi K wonim anted in do teitn 1hV and Rnrwiu u h uut k Anniv in utrmm. Banner t 74.' lltKl RuAd Willi K nmn live tn. rare fur rhtld ami do hniifsewoik r'xperirni--'. n-ln-rniea nrrfssnv. .1 M:i" after I P.m. WIMir woman, mxMl.', .. , tvome nui- Uetx-ndrftuc. nt in. A I'KW p(abliliel Avon tprritoneji onen lor l el i a hie. amhilion. nU' u no nerd (tot d wet kll tr.ioii.r Wnle Ki'r f ter, C O. Hnx 91HJ, (Kern Hianrh, AOi- lile. EXPERIENCED WAITRESS No Sunday work. Apply Brown's Restaurant, 22 Battery Paik. ' ACROSS 2. Reduce 1. Portico (Gr. to a table, Arch.) 8. Forebodinj S. murnlty 4. VentiUt (short 0. A sudden, fried) bright light Florid, city 6. Prsvtlent 10. Coins (It.) 7, Dry 12. A brown 8. A butt earth valued 9. Pondera as a pigment 11. Shabby 13.0nftr 15. Performed Dental Fraternity Is Incorporate,! Dr. Walter E. Clark. Asheville tlcn'ist, was nnmcd as one of three incorporators of Beta Beta of Xi Phi Inc. of Oupd Hill, accurdinc to incorporation certificate's filed yesterday in Ralcish. The organization is a chapter of Xi I'M Phi. rational dental fra- . r n .i.a ...... C-.I.,..,! -'ill. j- t . , ItClilllv, UHllll'U til lilt, iivw I'uiuiu , ' dlKl today flt ai"f Dentistry at the University of Miami hospital. The funeral Aerviee u-ill rw helrl Saturday afternoon at Pliilbrick funeral Home here. He and Mr. Knicht had bfen .Pndin; the summers here for about five vears at their home on sunset Drive, North Carolina. AnVKRTHiF.MI-.NT FOR fftnPOBAI.S I'msuanl to t.enrral statutca of Nnrth t arolina. Settton H1-1W. sealrd Drmto-a ala will be received be the Hoard of County Cnmmlaaloners for the snain County Health tenter. Bron City. North Carolina, until 10 no n'rlorlt A M. on Hrriorsday. the lath day ol April. IP'-fi. m . . , .... . 'at anim lime si inp.-inm w m. rlir'IVinff In llnntfinn In flu 'of I mtntv f omniiaaiiinfra at County IH.,.. n a Courthouse, bryaon Ctty. N. C. the araied daughters, Mr. Joscnh H. Adams i"" and Mrs. Charles Leigh: and two brothers. J. P. and James Knight, all of Miami. Mrs Lutz's Father Dies HENDERSONVILLE. March H. J. Shaw, retired Durham Church Durham. In addition to the daughter. .Mil t tihaainan'a ollur itli.init ar.il linini th.il J -till) wrrk tl.iva I'Alll TIMF. l:poi it iK r pn-friablv IIICFI'TliiMSI - Mint he able lo do routine Ixoina and hndkkrrninu. .'', d-iv vik. Sfnfl oualllu-atiolia to I o lloa 7 j :ii. A . Ill- 1 1 1 r. N t . f 0 rlnt erWe w PEKN1ANENT stenographer or secretary for typing, filing, dictation And general office work. Good hours and working conditions. Salary according to ability and experience. Write F-636 care of Citizen-Times. WAVIKO iiHK prUate b'lmri. $12'. o rnnpoitt.un (jtlvancnj. Kar A. Offlrt Pnninmrnt C limmrkfrntna 4 Jtnitor'a K'niinmrnt IV Mc1,c..l 1 Sursieal KquiPirifnt fKieetrnal Aoplmncet X Hav Kouitmrnt From th flat of thu idve rtiaemrnt. th list, and nwctflcjttinr, ot th nro-pturd )uipmiit art and will continue to be on file and available to produce-tlve biddfr. bv contactina Mr. !rli Hirka. Swatn I'ounty Health Department. Krvwin tiiy. N. C. No propoal will tc runi(terrd or accepted unlen at the time 15 panled by a d poult of caih or cprtttied i .check on a b9tnk or tntt romnan.v ll SUranCeman and the father Of Mrs. Corporation in an amount enual to the i n t nt Ur,iAA!ii rer rent 3-; of the proposal or tn lieu I. L). LUtZ Of HenOOnSOnville, dlMnheiwf yv bid bond in arronlanre at Durham todav after a month's t nccs i 43-129 a amemifd nie uuiiidiu wAJuy BiaT nwmn5'p()r( of C(Hin,y tommiMlonera rrwnri laUnPSa. the riaht to reject any or all pmnonal Tim funeral tArt'lea u-ill K hnlH'T' bidder to whom the a ant o( con- ine iunerai service win oe ncia.trjirt is nij,(1, hMU turnih bnd in some FriaaV at 3 p. m. at the A.m)UI"V auretr company authorized to do bu! .t w .i i-. , . nt In IK Siatt of North Cimiina or Memorial aieWOatSl LTlUrcn ai ifl'iired to make a deposit of monev. ;certiiiea chec or aovernment erunti' . fnr the full amount of s.i,d rontract. The ne h.ddT to whom contract mav bf award comply wnn renuiremenia oi l women eir-erirncfd in (iisintn maot ntaoerr and auoenver nr k. S lav week. p-i mancnt pifin Aiplv bi-ern 10 anit 13 a m. to Mii McMahsn on lvev 4th floor. 50 GIRLS WANTED IV NKW mnnthlv. inten-lew. Stmt. WANTI D-expeiirnrrd manfftiriM - ap-plv Flat Iron Bnrrr Khop IMal tt. SIl'T-FNT Nl'HSKS WANTED: Mult be pven,i,n vcar) oi ae wniie anu graduate of acrredlled hUh trhool Roorn and board f irmhed Allowance of 111 pr month for firM nine monMn and m per month tJ'Teafijr while In traininn No tuition frr. Grade A Trainmf Srhn-il for rplerd mir flnrf 1"I0. AppIv to Snprrintenrlfnt ires. Hiimiet iiopiui uamiei is survived by the widow; three r,AiWv&jS!rS! children, C. H. Shaw of Durhsni. T L'',! f.jurch H. J, Jr. f Norfolk, Va., and Mrs. .ftW,sBt L. S. Hudglni of Raleifiti; and nine n-aiKicnuoren. j ii.w;ji March 1 'BOARD OP Rv K ft Vhtfnr Spokeamaa. Board of Co. Comtn PART TIMt FVF.MN'fJ - Son Mr P" rri'lri- aiier t.w .Marine incairr iun-rc..ion mm CURB girl while. Over 18. Apply in person, oweeten Creek Drive In. Exf'FHliMKD aailreaara. AddIjt In person Jimmy's Waffle Shop. rol.oltKn airl. rivrr 20 for kltrhcn work. App'v tn pi-rann. iniee i.uue rise, an Hiltinore Aenue. f 101 Mule llrlp Wanted SALES TRAINEE WORK by appointment only. Our work is in the Asheville area, car necessary. Call 5076 for appointment. iNTo"vlORK tn awntnf anif Venetian blind ahor- KU'etiente pref'rrrd hut tint r.i nual. Ase M-15. Apply 1BJ Bioadwav. 14. Revolved 13. Excavating machine 14. Addition to a building 17. Perish 18. Editor (abbr.) 19. Fastened aecurcly '21. Compaaalon 23. Pull 24. A ihada of brown 23. Moved. as wind 27. Earner around land SO. Music not 31. Offer 32. Epoch 33. ToUk from a pila SS. A pull In a stocking 37. Pilfered 38. Antiquated St. Natural elevation 40. S-shaped molding 41. Destruction 42. Oi9hlonj DOWN X.Kot difficult 17. Moisture 20. Humble 21. Tov.uh soil for gold 22. Enraged 24. Man'a 23. A thicket of shrubs 24. Edtbia S9d 27. Excla. nation 28. Rub out 29. Wis men 31. Make, holy ;".PL 3F.;CAS - u rtr rjr jjj fwa Z " E 7. Lif "ii sjSWi t t t j u ' - Ka a ; ; i ii Ytilerdtjr's Aaivef 33. Trouble 36. Medieval atory 34. Cam played 33. 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