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·i*-2 Tuesday, June 1, '68 Dtl(n Democrat-Times ! News Briefs ·ll KNIGHTS ELECT OFFICERS TONIGHT J" Election of olilcefs for the Greenville Knights of Columbus will Jl'hcltl lonighl at 8 at Ihe KC Hall on Rccd Road. J , TEEN MEETING *' : "Thcre will be an important meeting ol Tcon Club members al 15 Killed Over Weekend! In State By Unilcd Press International The death of n young telephone company worker on a Jackson street Monday night boosted Ihe accident loll in Mis- informal chief Predicts ! Supreme Court Upholds Right AbelToBe sippi during tile three-day Memorial Day weekend (o at Jeasl "America, in AW.-C10 alfiliate. The election will be hold from 8 lo 8:3C a.m. in Iho firm's new office building. AH production nnd cr ifiaintenncc employes, including truckdriveis, will be eligible toL' rm | lu | %t'« In Ih6 clccllon. Office, clerical professional and supervisory]j ' Sbfkcrs are barred from participating in Ihe election according to I J'.. K1 CD i.!»/t.llt.. ic" Greenville Tccn Club Center Wednesday al 1 p.m. tfi,ABOK. ELECTION AT NATIONAL, PACKING ." llic Natiuiml l^ibor Relations Board'will conduct an election]"" jombrrbw'al'thc Kalional Packing Co. in Greenville.to d c t c r n i i n c j 1'olicc .wid Curlis W. IJoncy .whether its non-mani-gerial employes want lo be represented b y - j j . a native uf Heifcllerg, was '"re Amalgamated _M*at Cutters_ and Butcher Workmen of North ki]| c rf i ns i an ||y w | lcn 6 i ruc i( ty an auloniohilc as he nnd llirce olhcr men w o r k e d in and manhole near the area, iru uarrcu nun! pciiiitiimi]nH tn in\: uitiuuti ui.(.viviiii^ iw i ·il NLRB ^ ' I KI ANlTriTY fOtlRT I R ° B R R T S ' rihli '" ! ' 21 ' °' - Iiick - · ? T , ; , ,, · LbI , J , CI T}, LOUKT \ Wf , s hns pi tn i i2cil w i ( h S - - The ollemmg ptoplc were med Monday n l.cland City Court: | ( | c|crminc(| ^ ia _ Thc h George Jackson, Lc and, assault ami battery $15, threatening w i t h ; ' i pistol .J2S; Dorothy s! Avison. lV«4 Holly Lane, Greenville, for- lwo mcn . csca P cd w '"' "nly ftiture of $150 bond for carrying a concealed weapon nnd threatening: with a pistol; Herbert Alexander, 207 Hood, forfeiture of $25 bond for throwing bottles in thd street. Also, McArlhur Brisco. 102 Caraway St., indecent exposure $15; Fred O. Walker, 317 Hill, assault and battery $25; Robert Williams, lifandr-public drunkenness $15; Rosalie Dranc, 227 Lewis, profane language $15*; and Sylvester Johnson, R05 liccbee, llollandalc, public drunkenness $15. Also. Sammie I.ee Franklin, n i l l l t h Street, con- ceSled'^veaporr 535; Thomas Clanton, Sunflower, operating a vehicle without proper brakes $7; Bertha Mae Tobe, Loland, shorting J25; Thomas Bagwell, 501 Grand, Indianola,- speeding $25, no drivers License $10; no lag $10. ,' GOOD NEWS FOR COLKMAN V MEMPHIS (UP1)--A decision to appoint former Mississippi Gov J. P. Coleman lo the Elh U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals is down to jfte'wife, it was rc|wrtcrl by a local newspaper today. The Wash minor bruises. Officers said Leslie N. Evans. of Jackson, was jailed charges driving of manslaughter while inloxicalcd. and car rammed a f t e r it struck said. The a parked vehicle Ihe men, officer highway patrol said the fatalities pushed llie I stale's annual death toll this year (o 20-1, compared lo 22C al Ihe same lime a year ago. Mike Mill, 7, of Baird ifcgfbn 'bureau of The Memphis Commercial Appeal said Ihe While JRyse was reported lo have received reporls from the FBI and the Arh'erican Bar Association's judiciary committee. Both reports on the former governor were «*id to be favorable, "as expected." f\ FUND COMMITTEE TO MEET ; r lThere will be ft meeting of the Herbert Lee Memorial Fund Committee tonight at 8 at Miller Memorial Center. The public is ih'vijcd. The executive committee will meet at 7:15 p.m. '··' JULY 5TH CLOSING RECOMMENDING ?'---The Services Committee of the Greater Greenville Foundation hasVecommenderl that all Greenville stores remain closed on Monday; July 5, in order to provide a holiday for personnel since July 4th falls on Sunday this year. If. TRACTOR DRIVER INJURED T .John Weeklall, about 50. a t r a c t o r driver. w*s injured today, possibly seriously, when a tractor he was driving overturned on CJfen Bar plantation, Slringtown road. Wcekfall was brought to General Hospital shortly before noon today. Extent of his injuries fee not immediately determined pending an X-ray examination. $ E. 'Hammelt, osvner of the plantation, who removed the tractor at had pinned the driver underneath, said Weekiall was crossing furrow when the tractor overturned. !_ ROBERSON ATTENDS"CONFERENCE PT'aul F. Roberson. architect with the firm of Harold Kaplan Associates returned Saturday from a conference sponsored by the Structural Clay Products Institule held in Pittsburgh, Pa. Archi- ttcts from all parti of the United Slates were represented. While tSere, Roberson attended field trips introducing new techniques in tjje use of brick and structuraMile. f TEUNISSON TO SPEAK I- WASHINGTON -- James H. Tcunisson, Jr., City Engineer at rjrecnville. wilt speak here June 10 at a Community Development Management Seminar June 9-11. being sponsored by the Chamber d Commerce of the Uniled Stales. Tcunisson will talk on Neigh- lirhood Rehabilitation in Greenville." During these three days community development techniques will be taught and rcpresenta- Irves of cities with successful development programs will describe have worked. Attending will be some 100 lives Hbw~ their programs rJusiness and professionals, local and state chamber of commerce ""leers and committeemen, and localj;ovcrnment ojl.cmls. .-7. 1964 -.LcManS Convertible ·..: Extra Sharp rSpowcr Steering, Brakes | Top Poker While It Miramba Red Interior ?Still in New Car Warranty S Greenville Biick- gCadillac-Pontiac Co. ·"i.fc.wnl.00 Oi.i.rlll. 311-5O1 THE HOME YOU OWN gives greatest security satisfaction, today's Classified Section SEND MEMORIAL GIFTS CANCER SOCIETY BOX 74 Greenville, Miss. FIRE AND CASUALTY COMPANIES £*b |£t? Synopsis of the Annual Slatcmcnl o! American Live Stock Insurance Company § me Office 200 Soulh Fourth Si., Geneva Tn Ihe Slate of nois on the 31sl day of December 1!)G4 made to (he Com- iSnissioiicr of Insurance of Ihe Slate of Mississippi ASSETS londs $ 1,064,836.93 ash and " : k Deposits 92,533.18 gents Balances or Uncollccted Premiums 147,f)8G.53 ther Assels 39,932.95 TOTAL ASSETS S 1,314,949.53 LIABILITIES, SURPLUS AND OTHER FUNDS sserve for Losses $ for LvjUnearned Premiums SKeserve for Taxes, .Licenses Fees . . . "A3 1 Other Liabilities 124,454.58 694,645.89 52,039.80 6,000.00 . . S^TOTAL LIABILITIES ............ $ XJepital Paid Up or 877,190.27 ^Statutory Deposit .. 250,000.00 UUnassigned Funds ?·"· (Surplus) 217.759.S2 .-3 : Surplus as :· Regards Policyholders $ 467,759.32 TOTAL (Line 28, Page 3) $ 1,344,949.59 TOTAL INCREASE IN LEDGER ASSETS (Line 8, Page 12) $ 1,723,282.55 TOTAL DECREASE IN LEDGER ASSETS (Line 19, Page 12) $ 3,675,626.89 i! PRESfDENT Frank Harding hcral Agent for Service--Insurance Commissioner pf Mississippi SECRETARY Clinton K. Tomson INSURANCE DEPARTMENT OF MISSISSIPPI I, Waiter Deil Davis, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby ftify that the above is a .true and correct abstract of the jlemenl of Ih* above named company filed wilh this Depart- fnt, showing Ihe condition of said company on Ihe 31st day ~~«cembcr 1964. Walter Dell Davis Commissioner of Insurance foiled to surface Monday when the hoat he f n t h e r were in capsi7.cl in a river near Indianola. The child was the son Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hill. Bert (;. Dickey Jr., incnt liarle Demonstration Phase Passing ATLANTA (UPI)--The Director of Ihe U. S. Information Agency, Carl T. Rowan, loll the graduating class of pre- d o m i n a n t l y Negro Atlanta University here Monday night that civil rights demonstrations are losing their effectiveness. Rowan delivered (he commencement address to Ihe university and many of Ihe young people he spoke lo are active in Ihe civil rights movement. Rowan indicated t h a t the demonstration portion of Ihe civil righls movement has ended. "I warn you lhal Ihe Negroes battle has only begun," said Rowan. "We have jusl succeeded in knocking down Ihe legal barriers lo first class citizenship, now begins the tougher more complex lask of surmounting ihe social, educational, cultural and other obstacles," Rowan said. Of FPC To Regulate Gas Sales WASHINGTON (UP!) - Thc Supreme Court loday upheld Ihe authority of Ihe Federal Fewer Commission (FPC) to rcgulale sales of natural gas still in the ground. The decision could have far-reaching impact on consumers prices. Without FPC has such controls, the argued, Ihe nation's pas might have lo pay highcrjlion over sale leaseholds when rales. ing The Supreme Court's 8-1 reserved a decision of U.S. Circuit Court of rul- Ihc 51h U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans. Justice John M. Harlan wrote today's majority opinion. Justice William 0. Douglas dissented. The question at issue was' ol natural the gas is gas lined for interstate consumption. The FPC some major has charged thai producers and in- Pickets- (Continued From Page I) "He's (old me all of yuu work tare for day wages. Mosl of you work for $6 per day wilh furnished houses," Kcruly said. "Gas you." he wilh you lime. If t h a t ' s nut Irue, lei's see! continued. Saturday he (or wages up show of hands," Kcady said, yet No hands went up. "HE ALSO tells me lhal I m o r n i n g y o u announced strike. You have a rich; Child Drowns Near Indianola INDIANOLA -- A seven-year- old boy from nearby B a i r d drowned yeslcrday aflernoon when n fishing hoat in which he selllcd was TM'' n £ capsized tin the Sun- 'fluwcr River southeast of here. The tiody of Mike Hi been recovered from million consumers of natural whether the FPC has jurisdic- Along The Waterfront United Slnlcs Gypsum Company's motor vessel, Wcalhcrwood, departed the home port of Greenville's Lake Ferguson about 8:30 a.m. today with Iwo barges lo be loaded w i t h pulpwood and returned lo the company's plant here. terstatc- p'peline companies have made deals for leasehold? i l n evade price regulation of natural gas. Pending the Supreme Court decision, the FPC has side(racked W91 million in leasehold sales in Ihe Rayne, Bas- lian Bay and Ship Shoals fields of Louisiana. involved decision In that lo .strike. Kvcry American does, but no otic has a right to slay on property where he is not wanted. "If you want to go back to work and carry out your obligations lo yourselves nnd your O f families. Mr. Andrew's willing [or you to do it, but thorn will be Ark., of Iwo a prom- la ndnwnci Critlrndon nnd director Counly, Ark., banks, was killed when his twin-engine plane crashed Sunday morning. Cause of the crash 10 miles norlh of Greenville \VM not determined. Other drowning victims included (wo persons from Mem- Tcnn. Jimmy Leather- 15, drowned on a water phis, wood, skiing trip to Sardis Lake and John Paul Fleet, 21, a junior al Memphis State Universily, died while s w i m m i n g i n Walnut Lake. CEPRUS Murray Wilson, 18, a Negro, drowned Saturday in a Copiah County lake. Traffic victims included: Mrs. Lucille Clark Bloom, 42. Gulfport; Jimmy Mote Jr., 3 R. K r a f t , 32, Laurel, persons killed In a Thomas Three fiery car-lruck collision in Tunica County Friday night were Charles M. Jones, 58, driver of the pickup (ruck, and Negro brothers David Burt, 20, and Eddie Burl. 36. Subfcriptlon Ra(ei The Delta Democrat - Times Published every afternoon (except Saturday) and Sunday by: The Times Publishing Co., 201 Main St., Greenville, Miss. Delivery by carrier J1.75 per month. Mail subscriptions payable in advance lo subscribers living in Washington and adjoining counties not served by dealers nnd carriers, 3 monlhs $4.25; six months, $S.OO; one year $15.00. By mail all other areas within United Stales: three months, $5.25; six monlhs $10.00; one year, $20.00. Entered as Second Class mailer at Ihe Posl Office al Greenville, Miss., under Act of March 8, 1879. no change in (he rale of com pcnsation," he continued. Thc sinkers had asked $1.25 per hour or $9 per day. "If dial's satisfactory lo you Mr. Andrew's willing for you lo go un nnd work. If not, we'll let the law not a lake its threat," course. Kcady That's said. There's no occasion for threats." Keady then asked the group for questions and suggested they might wanl lo go "into a Kucidle". "You don't all have to decide the same way," he said. "If you're not going to work, we want you off Ihe properly right away, we think that's part ol the contract." AFTER A brief huddle, the group said nothing but walked avvny in an apparent gesture of refusal of Keady's proposals. At 4:45 p.m. Keady served papers with sheriff's deputies as wilnesses. The papers, signed by A. L. Andrews, summed up weeks, Memphis; Jimmy Lee the events of the past few days Griffith, 18, Dooncville; John · · - · - . - . Elder, Priclmrd, Ala., Robert M. Walk, W, Columbus and at the farm and demanded inr mediate possession of the drivers' dwellings. "The object of (his letter," the document said, "is lo notify you in writing that the employment relations existing be - twecn us has been lerminated. effective immediately, and you are hereby notified to Immediately quit and vacale from the house (hat you occupy on our properly and get off our f a r m lands. Your f u r t h e r presence on cur f n r m property will consli- tutc a trespass," the letter said. By 5 p.m. most of the workers had left Ihe farm, having first packed (heir cars. Some o: them were accompanied by Del la Ministry nnd COFO person ncl. The group had been sche ·ilulcd to leave in buses, but i yesterday afternoon's felt that Ihe strikers the river. Representatives of Ihe In- RIVER STAGES Flood Stage Today Cincinnati Si. Louis Cairo Caruthersville has not Memphis Helena dinnoln sheriff's police, the department Sunltowe and the! G'ville Bdge 52 30 40 32 31 ·11 48 26.-) 18.3 22.4 15.4 11.7 18.2 21.0 --0.2 --0.7 --0.2 low loi fi'm O'Haia reDciFeri ol Sav , mile 152 ond dcwrbourwJ ute R i v e t , . . KGW To* rnolo' v e n e f , Jnq, l a d i f f f d aeoleau, Wn. p mile 714 and en rl.e u o w r ^iniu'Dol Ki-.fr ard Ihfl Weoihen Towvg Co-nil or \ r u e l . Geoiqe Weal hen i l » Sr, Lcu'i hcibor i-:aV..ra . Pcu!.. CoL nt irolT U R M ' f l A L BUSY: Pail D -- 0.4' tA-t onc'Ho-f It d IQIrl'Jf n r!woil«ii v,*ie engaged m ie*«ial ne u - " ' r i e » . tuflibcr it being leaded in o bn 0 ·) A bmg- of i-eel ii beinq u-Jcaded ,,.,!Alkir.i Sa* Ce-naen/ end ireel plai INL.be : nq JooH-d in a barge o b* tov/*d Ucj-h io 1he c r inl cl Grem«:l ' ling Corporation. Sunflower and Washington Coun- ly Civil Defense Rescue Services have been joined by individual volunteers in the search. According to Indinnola Police C h i e f Brycc Alexander I h e drowned child was fishing about 4 p.m. Monday with his father "'"''. ° ""V Charles Hill, uncle Elrired Hill ' and nine year old brother Jim Hill. All were thrown inlo Ihe Sun- jgM cded Mondcy ol ill Hecubhc Oil Cc.-rcan/ term-rul. Maie pel roleuin pccduclt ora tr.peUed Ihjtirfcy a ih» Rfpubl C leinvrol. IK* MlliTniDpi Bi.*r at if* G;»«n- vHli-ldk» Vlilug* Incfc* 14.00 fi*l ol 7:30 a.m. loday aid ilalieraty loi ih. pair 24 houri. Con-Dan,!' flower their boat capsiz- cd. apparently from snagged fishing hooks. Volunlcors worked well i n t o the night without success at' templing lo recover Ihe body of the drowned youngster. Dragging operations continued this morning. Obituary UP AND DOWN THE MISSISSIPPI bv Grrenv.lis era Warfield Point today. laif r-IuM anj Monday iicluaVd ih* Sally iljPolk. Cj; 0 : 0 Breix. Be'ly B-enr. Rill Du, Cyprejs, frute Star, lairy Tt-:nei tad/ K'mfceilv. L. W. Sweei arH Si oM noElhbcjnd. r/arqaiet BrC 1 Valley Ira-.iDcilcr. Cirv cf Grei )uac.h;ia. J. B. Shavnn. Mali r V/olrrr Hcua'ard. Pn! Calh, _.nt Imda Chohn end Bill Gee, CBEW CHAfJCE: Bie«l Ic"ir-g . Carole Bie Wotl.cld To rr al 12 p. ilrp/ ike rTTJmgM Hap hi ndiosd ei nil* 547 an ihe lower fA ; H opl cnK no'ihbflurKf, 19 n-ilei above Gres-w.lle, ni 5 cm. lo-hy. Olhtf 5 a.-n. PGriicni ol Bf*,it lowbcali irrljd*^ « 3Cf nr.H iwrhbound rh* lcw*r fAii5iis : ppi, Birfcnra fl-fil, i and uabtH/rd en ihc Oho 3'go a1 AiV C i r y , Charles Macdonald Funeral services for Charles Macdonald, former,, circulation manager of (he Delta Dcmocral Times, will be held at )0 a.m Wednesday in I-'armington, New Mexico. Final graveside rites are scheduled for 10 a.m. Friday in Okmulgee, Oklahoma. Mr. Macdonald died Sunday n Farmington, according to clcgram received by this newspaper today. For five years he was circula- several bystanders Industrial Electronic SUPPLIES BLUFF CITY . DISISISUTINO CO. I.10T H«y. 1 S. C,..n.ill. n. tO -4«17 j the buses failed en route, A NUMBER of witnesses to e v e n t s dici no want to leave (he farm and t h a i Andrews did not want them to lenve, "They're both just trying to' save face." commented. Japanese Mine Blast Kills 24, Traps 221 TOKYO (UPI) - A gas explosion ripped through a coal mine on Ihe southern island of Kyushu today. Authorities reported 24 minors killed ami 221 trapped underground. ion manager of the Delta Democrat-Times. He cnme lo Greenville in October, 1953, and remained with [he newspaper un til November, 1358. He leaves his widow. Mrs. Louise Macdonnld of Farming Ijon, New Mexcio. High Court Rules For FPC Power WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Thi Supreme Court ruled loday tha llie Federal Power Commission (FPC) has authority to regu late sales of natural gas lo- caled in ftie ground, just as producer - to - pipeline sale: are rcgulalcd. Tim S-l decision was a vie lory for the federal govern ment. It revcrsrd an adversi ruling in Ihe 5lh U.S. Circui Court of Appeals. Justice John M. Harlan spoke for the majority. Justici William 0. Douglas dissented. PERSONALIZED FRIGIDAIRE DRY CLEANING . . . One Load . . , 15 SWEATERS 10 DRESSES 4 MEN'S SUITS 10 SKIItTS 5 BLOUSES Mix 'cm Any Way ROSELLA QUICK CLEAN LAUNDRY T1IOMAS SHOPPING CENTER tobacco filter garette? This filter cigarette Is packed with America's best-tailing f ; pe tobacco -famous Half and Half. Get pkas- ing aroma, great new talc. Try a pack today. KI Br*nr, milt 1 1? o-.d unhsund _. Arta(alaya River. Ann G., mi?« fl?; o-d t,Dbou."d en ihe Oho, tAaiqaitl Brem 'iiipfll . . . Valley To*Hrvo Sprvirf mcrcf v««*|, Oln Milt, ii scheduled K a ci Warfield Tcinr el 1 n.m. Wed ay 19 clangs ctt-» o-^d lals on sup pt'M and or 6 a.m. lodav IB pot led ot il» 350 Gid AcrtlibcMjnd on ihe lawci llMliilnof, City of G.-e*nville jcdkied m k«er Miiiiii'p.il ana" ii Jul lo jen:i . DC';In and Vicken ro-s'.ng compcn'ei lodcy both Ui« Dovii Vickeu and Crcn icaztltd lending ro^ 9 al Baiorv Rouqe, La., ar 6 n.m. Icday, Ja:fc i-i'a 506 end raslhH.r.H on lnlercrxt*al Coral. g -.d J. F. V;«Vcn ond J.m-ny en cj« tied 1 LD ar Grcenvi^e , ). rcd:c«d at 5 n.m. at nil* 459 and wovnd on Ihe lower Wiir«'ppl and ichedultd So reorh Warl.eld crd :nvill« laic loday. Wal'er Will amicn u:ed a I New Oileani lixirj.'ng arar McCcol. m.la 692 end louihhc^d Ihe Ohio Rivn . , . P O if City BorgB iswhsat, Melindo B., radioed al S a.m. at mile 80 ar.d upbcimd en ihe MJucurl Piver, f.'.o-Ark a! Cooo. Ill , en (he upcer M-liiit:ppi. Sally B., mils 357 and downbo-md en ihe f .\incuii Miu " CY, ^rilB 837 crd ypbcund c-i tn « C h o Rivir, Churk Kobari at Kanici City . Rx-mey Tawing Cofr.pcnv'i J. C. i«y itpcrfed i ha rr,o!cr vei»1 A\!is Soian rodiced at 6 a.m. loday al Texas Cirv everting lo^ . . . Maik Shurc/en lafd today lU Q'Hqio Watian SKu.'cf«n Jewing The Rayne field was specifically in (txtny's hut the for all interests sold in 1959 to Texas Eastern Transmission Corp.! a pipeline, by the Continental Oil Co., M, H. Marr, Sun Oil Co., aixl Gen cral Crude Oil Co. ruling set the pattern three cases. Lcascholc Raync field were Special NY Election Allowed To Stand WASHINGTON (UPI) Sworn In Today PITTSBURGH (UPI) - I.W. Abel, 56. will be sworn in today as president of the United Stcelworkcrs (USW) in of America greatest power changeover in llift history of tha million-member union. Taking ilie oath of office with Abel, a native, of Magnolia, Ohio, other will be the union'*! two International officers and its entire executive board, which includes II new members. N O T I C E 10 feEi ti'olt «f Join L. Wit ion, a'ttemtd l*lleu of Ad.-nin^iirollsn having been itiued by On Cha-xery C OIH! of Wavh- ·-.qlon Ccu^'y, MIII'iilpD'. on lh« 54 d a / of May, l"?6i, to ih* urvdtnigr.id 61 ad- lin.Urah x el lh» *l'a!» of John (.. \Vile-i, dtttcitd, notice ll hireby giv«n 13 It airioni Iravir-g i'.rjim agalnit Ih* «i1a'» F laid John I. Wilton lo hav« |h* IQH.« roval*d u-,d reqii^cd by lit Clkik cf rHt Cfxinteiy Cojil of WOih'n^ron Cocn! MiitiilipDl. within uit to pro bo 14 \virhin laid i-x i rvrtVf-1 ond lhol and reglilir takJ damn 'Orlhl p*ntrf wll] fapr IhH, ih* ?* rfay of May 19o5. M E L I Z A B E H I S. WILSON Ad-ii niilrMiix cf ihe C*ilal» of Jcln L. V/ilien Octoied N O T I C E TO C R E D I T O R S Supreme Court interfere with of the New York Legislature ordered by a lower court for jN'ov torfay refused (o a special election Aluminum Strike Threat Ended NEW YORK (UPI) - Tlv nation's major aluminum producers reached contract agree ments with the United Sled workers Union today lifting the threat of an industry-wide strike. But a dispute wilh another unirxi. the Aluminum Workers International (AWIU), idled pp Moximatcly 7.500 workers al Reynolds Metals Co. plants in seven states. The USW inked a three-yea contract early today with Kai scr, the only hold-out among Ihe five firms with which it hai been engaged round-the-clock negotiations for days. E. F. JOHNSON RADIOS Oillrihuiori Tri-State Electronics 153 Hwy. 1 S. 10 4.3S The der. court The acted slate in a brief Democratic ·· ii h^i'hv 5iv"n 'o nil crerjiio'l I'nv-^g c'nirri agnimt ih* rifa'e ol Oliver s'qr.H wci crfrniniH Admir.iilrarriK ol hit f s t a l f en ihn 18 ?fly «F May, 19o5 by Thei :h * .onr«iy Couir ol Wnilvrolon County, cpi. orv-1 ihir shry iruil nftsenf 0 Ih- C.l*,k of inld Ccu/t fo[ pro- willi'n l=x msrtb\ Horn Ih'l dare. Of llwy vill be toiev^i hanttt. WI1NESE5 my hand. Ihti »t 18 doy if Way. 1965. /!/ MRS. KA5RIEIT MOSJtlSOM W(COY 5 / 2 5 - 6 / 1 - B Arfminliltalri* ijislative leadership lust week iked Justice John M. Harlun stay the order of n Ihrce- dge federal panel lhal a spc- al election he held under what known in New York as Re- pportionmcnt Plan A. This an was adopted by a Repub- can-conlrolled special session (he legislature in December. 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