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Monday Evening, November 18, 1957. Latest Market Reports AUTO SCORECARD Ford output continues to top Chevy at 3rd quarter '57 mark. Auto Output 9 Mas.: 1957 vj. '36 THOUSAND PASS. CAIS. IZOO Veals Lambs Third Street Marker .20 .18 Veal Hides 12 Beef Hides 04 Eggs .31 PRODUCEBS STOCKYARDS 190 to 230 No. 1 17.35 190 to 220 lli.85 220 to 240 1(1.50 240 to 260 Hi.25 260 to 280 1(1.00 280 to 300 15.85 Sows 15.50 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 Hawkins Stockyards Meat type above quotations 200 to 220 16.65 220 to 240 16.35 240 to 260 16.10 260 to 280 16.00 280 to 300 15.85 Sows 15.25 down Boars 10.00 down Stags .' 10.00 down Veal llt.OO Popejoy Dressing Plant Leghorn Hens V Heavy Hens 13 to 25 lower; vealers steady; stock ers and feeders strong; choice and prime steers' 24.75-27.50; good to low choice 22.00-24.50; choice and prime heifers 23.50-26.00; good to low choice 21.00-23.25; good and choice vealers 24.00-28.00; good and choice vealers 24.00 - 28.00; go'od and choice 330-550 Ibs stock steer calves 23.00-27.00. Sheep 4,000;' largest run for any day since Feb. 18; bulk of receipts on No. 1 pelt to full wooled sleugh- ter lambs; market not established. CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady; 144,000 Ibs. USDA price changes: Young hen turkeys 30 30%; swan geese' 16; toms 22-23; geese 27. Cheese steady; single daisies and longhorns 39-39%; processed loaf 36-37; Swiss Grade A 42-44; B 40-42; C 35-38. Butter steady; 721,000 Ibs; 93 score 59; 92 score 59; 90 score oS'A; 89 score 57. Eggs steady to firm; 7,900 cases; white large extras 52; mixed large extras 51; mediums 40; standards 43; current receipts 36',2. INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Livestock: Hogs 9,000; weak to 25 lower; 180-240 Ib 17.25-17.50, some down to 17.00 and some up to 17.75; 250300 Ib 16.40-16.90, some to 17.00; 120-165 Ib 15.00-16.00;' few to 16.50. Cattle 3,500; calves 250; mostly steady; good and choice steers 22.00-25.00; standard and low good 19.50-22.50; good'and choice heifers 21.00-24.00; vealers steady; good and choice 24.00-28.50, few prime 29.00. Sheep 1,000;' steady; good and choice lambs 20.50-22.00. Wayne's Produce Leghorn Hens ., II j Winamac Man to Get Masonic Award WINAMAC — School superintendent LaMoin Nice was one of 18 •Indiana members of the Scottish Rite elected'to receive their 33rd j degrees. Mrs. Emma Carson Succumbs; Funeral 2:30 P. M.Wednesday Mrs. Emma Grace Carson, of route 5, city, died at 4:50 a.m. Sunday at Memorial hospital. She| was 67 years, old. Born Dec. 7, Cass Plan Group Meets The Cass county council, the county commissioners, and the presidents of the town boards of jCass county's incorporated' towns . ,. u , Catss = oun - I will be invited to attend a meeting ty, she was the daughter of George !o£ the Cass county plallnin g C om- and Luanda Horn Horney. She j mjssion to kg held at 7 p. m. lues- was married to Fred Carson, whO: d De 3 in the north court She was a member of the .Order of Easter Star No. 58,-,Home Economics clu'b, and the Bethlehem Presbyterian church. Surviving besides the husband are two daughters, Mrs. LuciHe Neederhauser, North Caldwell, New Jersey, and Mrs. Mary Miller, Fort Wayne; a son, Denby Rohrer, South Gate, Calif.; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Helen Kausgler and Mrs. Jane Lewis, both of Three room of the court house.' it was announced following a meeting of the commission in the court house Monday morning. Milferd Eggerding of the Community Planning Consultants, Valparaiso, will discuss the reasons why a planning commission is advantageous to a county, the procedure in setting up a planning commission, its authority and possible costs. Rivers, Mich.; a brother, Dyer Eggerding spoke on the same Horney, route 4, Logansport; a subjects at the two-hour meeting niece, Mary Ann Horney, route 4, °£ th f commission which was held , , i j nannnav Danl T^ilimnri Tri/iA-/m*Aisi.- Logansport; and several grandchildren. Friends may call at the Chase- Miller funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday, where services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Wednasday. The Rev. Harold King will officiate. Burial will be in Spring Creek cemetery. Monday. Paul Dillman, vice-president, was in charge ol; the meeting. The commission has not elected a new president since the resignation of County Commissioner Randolph Lanning at the last meeting. Two Window^Breaking Cases Are Reported Two cases of rocks being thrown through windows were investigated by city police early Sunday morning. Frank Small reported two ,'!0 by 36-inch windows broken in his bakery, at 1 Eel River avenue, at 2:25 a.m. The windows were located on the west side of the building, and rocks had been thrown through both. Half an hour later officers found that a rock had been thrown through a 12 by 18-inch window at Staggs General Tire South Third street. store, 213 FILE BUILDING PERMIT A petition to erect a house at an estimated cost of $18,460 tor- Robert H. and Anna L. Snapp, 1433 North Third street, on lot 42 in the Meadow View addition to the city was filed Monday noon with Robert Buck, ' city building ieavy Hens ' .13 r^TYT/-**^^ rrTir-*\ T • Hogs 11,000; steady to 15 lower; dosed steady on all weights; No. -3, 190-230 Ib 1/7.00-17.55; 240-280 bs. 16.75-17.25. Cattle 24.000, calves 200: steers iteady to 50 lower; heifers steady degree will be bestowed next year/ Nice has been a member of the, Winamac Masonic lodge since 1929. He is also a member of the Tippecanoe chapter of Eastern Star and is a trustee of the South Bend Valley Scottish Rite consistory. commissioner, by Harold W. Hopper, contractor. REPORT FALSE ALARM City firemen went at 7:07 p. m. Sunday to Colfax street and Burlington avenue., where a fake alarm had - been turned in from the alarm box there. Mrs. Douglass, 87, Grass Creek, Dies Mrs. Martha M. Douglass, 87, of near Grass Creek, died at 2:45 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph's hospital. Born March 16, 1870 in Bethlehem township, she was the daugh- Says Secrecy Is "Stifling- Advancement House Subcommittee Chairman Attacks Pentagon Curbs WASHINGTON (UP) — Chairman John,E. Moss of the House Government Information Subcommittee charged today that an unnecessary Pentagon blanket of secrecy is "stifling" the nation's scientific advancement. "Excessive governmental restrictions on the flow of scientific information," Moss said, are hampering the United States in the race with Kussia for missile and technological superiority. Deaths and Funerals GALBREATE! Funeral services for Louis V. Galbreath, 34, of 1312 West Melbourne avenue, will be at 2 p. m. Tuesday at the Fisher funeral home. The Rev. Eugene Grater will officiate. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. CARSON Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Grace Carson, 67, route 5, city, will be at 2:30 p.. m. Wednesday at the Chase-Miller chapel. The Rev. Harold King will officiate. Burial *' will be in Spring Creek cemetery. DONATO Final rites for Gandido Donato, The California Democrat made!68, of route 6, city, will be at the statements in advance of hiiii9 a. m. Tuesday at St. Bridget's subcommittee's_ new hearings into church, with Father Francis Mee- secrecy :ln the Defense Depart- han officiating. The Holy Name ment. The group planned to hear j society' will hold services Monday today from Assistant'Defense Sec-! at 8 p,-m. at the Kroeger funeral retary Murray Snyder and -Rear;home. Burial will be in Mt. Cfil- Adm. John Hoskins, the depart- vary cemetery, ment's chief security censor. Also scheduled to testify is Trevor Gardner, former Air Force research chief who quit in a huff over the lag in U.S. missile progress. Moss said Dr. Clifford Furnas, 'former 'assistant secretary of defense for research and develop- :fx)gansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Thirteen Mamie Finds Time to Shop While in Augusta Egypt, Syria Plan Union Of 2 Arab States Report Meeting In Damascus Today On New Proposal ,, . , ., _,,,._ f .._ __j I Georgians crowded against police Members of the Egyptian and ,. fa . .,,,.,. ... ' . By MERRIMAN SMITH United Press White House Writer AUGUSTA, Ga. (UP) — Backstairs at the southern White House: It was five years ago today that President Eisenhower, then the president-elect, ended his first "official" visit to Augusta and. headed for Korea, via New York. The President had come to Augusta the day after the 1952 election and upon his arrival here Nov. 5, he paraded through the city at dusk. Thousands of Syrian parliaments wc-re reported . Flu Blamed For 4 Deaths CHICAGO (UP)—Four persons Surviving are a daughter, Mrs.!j?6f. '; wi11 P°. int ,. the , *"* to a j have died in Wyoming during an „_ T r,-.f_j. ~.-« ^r__ tl - _»_„t (lightening of the blanket of secre- Kmdemic of influenza-tvne disease. ter of Virgil and Ann Horn Pinker- ] ment, was scheduled to appear tp- ton. She was the widow of Frank morrow. Furnas, now chancellor Douglass, who died in 1935. .of the University of Buffalo, also She was a member of the Lu- has .. bee ' n cr , idcal ot the adminis- cerne Presbyterian church and the| tratlon s rocket Programs. Moss said he hoped the hear- War Mothers club. McLELAND Last rites for George McLeland, route 1, Royal Center, were held Monday at the Burnettsvilee Baptist church, with the Rev. W. E. Clark officiating. Burial was in Davis cemetery. meeting today in Damascus to discuss- a proposed federal union of the two Arab states. Egypt and Syria, both of which receive arms from the Soviet bloc, already are linked in a military pact which places their armies under command of Maj. Gen. Abdel Hakim Amer, the Egyptian chief of staff. The Middle East N<JWS Agency reported that Egyptian and Syrian armed units were holding maneuvers with live ammunition "somewhere in Syria" today. There were reports .'arlier from Damascus Radio that .!0 battalions of reservists had been mobilized this weekend in Syria but the lines in the business district, press-. ing for a glimpse of the new political hero. He was cheered, hailed and welcomed. Now it is 16 Eisenhower trips later. The people of Augusta are friendly, but behind their smiles and waves they think very poorly, to put it mildly, of the President for his stand on school integration, and particularly his use of troops in Little Rock. When the President got here last Friday, there was a normal' crowd of 250 or more people at the airport and they applauded, politely when he stepped from his plane. There were only a hundred or roadside spectators along" broadcast gave no explanation. | Eisenhower's 12-mile route from Both the Turco-Syrian "crisis" i the airport to his golf club, and the Syrian and Egyptian at-' Logansport; three sons, Albert, Ottawa Mich , Joseph Fort Wayne Eva I. Saunders 2400 North street, "g™en ng at tne manKet ot s - <* stlflm S sc ' ent ' ft <= advance. Subcommittee aides said Snyder , and Elmer Kewaima- a brother, WOLlld be aske d whether tile White John Pir.kerton, Fa-bans Texas; 12 House is "controlling" informa- grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. tion released to the public by the (Defense Department on the mis- _ . . .. . ., TT •. siles or satellite programs. Friends may call at the Hamson funeral .home in Royal Center after 1 p.m. Tuesday, where services will be held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. The Rev. Gene Sellers will officiate. Burial will be in the Indian Creek Presbyterian cemetery. Former Peru Resident- Dies in Arlington, Va. PERU—Funeral services for Arlington, Saturday Va., will be held at Free Bicycles at Havens Motors With Each Late Model Used Car Sold {Offer Good On 53-54-55-56-217 Models) NO INCREASE IN CAR PRICES (Open Evenings 'til 10:00 p. m. Sunday 12:00 to 5:00 p. m.) LOOK AT OUR MANY VALUES! '55 Lincoln Capri hardtop 10 a. m. Wednesday at the Eike^n- berry Funeral Home here. . Rev. James Gillespie will of- ticiate. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p. m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Mrs. White died at an Arlington hospital after two weeks illness. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. epidemic of influenza-type disease, and the national total climbed to more than 800 deaths from flu and its complications. The Wyoming Health Depart- tacks on King Hssein of Jordan appeared to have slowed down. Ahmed Fihmi, a member of the Free Egypt Committee, apologized to Hussein for the bitter Egyptian attacks. The heavy emphasis in the Cairo press today was unity between Egypt and Syria. Damascus reports said a 40-man The lack of a mass turnout for the President along the streets of Augusta cannot in any sense be attributed in even major degree' to the school segregation issue. In the first place, Eisenhower has become old hat to Augustans. About the only time they ever turn out to see him is when he leaves on a Sunday afternoon. ment said during the week end the do]cgation from the I; gyptj a n Na-!' Also, many Augustans long since Anisl'irvit n iffnotraH rvmi*a rlion OJi lUVt .... .... . ... , . . . .. ...... Walter Bickel, Peru, band died in 1950. Her hus- Fulton Students to Attend Meeting Here JtjOGHESTEiR — Fulton county junior and senior high school students will join those from six other counties Thursday at the Logansport High School for a meeting to hear about~bpportunities in the teaching profession. Mary Nola Roose, a teacher in 'Webster school, Logansport will speak on "Rewards of Teaching." J. R. Mitchell, director of teacher placement service at Purdue will talk on "Preparation for Teaching," and 0. M. Swihart, Kokomo school superintendent, will balk on "Opportunities in Teaching." After the general session, the students will form in small groups for discussion. '56 Lincoln Premiere hardtop '57 Mercury Monterey 4 door '56 Ford Station Wagon (4 Door 9 pass.) '56 Buick Station Wagon (4 Door 6 Pass.) '56 Mercury Custom 2 door '56 Mercury Montclair convertible. '56 Ford Ranch Wagon 2 door '55 Mercury Monterey hardtop Bachelor Held In Series of Murders PLAOSN'FIBLD, Wis. OOP)—The newly butchered body of a neighbor woman and the skulls of seven, other persons were found Sunday night in the house 'of a 51-year-old bachelor farmer. Police said the man, Ed Gein, had confessed killing Mrs. Bernice Wordern, 58, and then raised his hands like claws and snarled, "I've been killing for seven years. He was to be arraigned today. Waushara County District Attorney Earl Killeen said, "It appears to be cannibalism." Clippings Found Newspaper clippings about the disappearance or unsolved slayings of a number of Wisconsin women were found in Gein's house along with a child's clothing. Police said Mrs. Worden's disappearance Saturday from the hardware store she operated was similar to the unsolved disappearance three years ago of. Mary Hogah, a tavern operator in nearby Pine Grove. Portage County Sheriff Herbert Wanserskl said Gein told a conflicting story and at one time said he "robbed graves" to get this skulls and bones in the house. PlEices Gein In Store Mrs. Worden's son, Frank, deputy sheriff, said Gein had come into the hardware store Saturday and invited 'Mrs. Worden to go roller skating with him. He said his mother said she hadn't been skating "for years" and refused. Worden said he then went out and returned to find the store spattered with blood and both his epidemic affected more than 26,000 persons, or about one of every 12 residents of the state. In other sections, Minnesota and Georgia health officials reported Asian flu and other types of influenza on the decline. Last week,! llUCIl&d UJi Lite mj:i_jij(G. i~raoL< v> tt-rv, < - - - . however, Georgia reported 32 flu ., ment Speaker Akram Hourani was related deaths and Minnesota re .: Presiding over the first half of to- days proceedings and Anwar Sadat, vice chairman of the Egyptian National Assembly and leader of the visitors, would preside tional Assembly had arrived there for an eight-day joint session with the Syrian Parliamett. The joint vote on the "merger" will be unique in modern Arab history. The reports said Syrian Parlia- ported 35. The United Press counted a to:al of at least 811 deaths blamed on flu and its after-effects since Asian influenza first hit the nation last summer. New York had the highest toll with 134 fatalities, followed by Georgia with 124 and Pennsylvania with 106. Sixteen states, most of which are in the Southwest or on the Eastern Seaboard, reported no flu-related fatalities. Cattle Loose On Highway More than 60 head of cattle belonging to Mrs. Laura Seeha.se, south-west of Royal Center, were rounded uip on the Royal Center- Lake Cicott blacktop road next to her farm by Deputy Sheriff George Shanks and two neighbors, Q-uirtcy over the second half. Other Middle East developments : London—United Pross diplomatic correspondent K. C. Thaler quoted Communist diplomats as saying there will be no peace in the Middle East until the West sits down with Russia at the conference table. Belgrade, Yugoslavia — High Communist Party sources said President Tito would visit President Gamal Abdel Nasser i Egypt next spring on his way have been less than enthusiastic about the President because he plays no part in their community, life. Invariably he goes straight from the airport to the Augusta National Golf Club. He has been into town only once—in 1952. In actuality, about all an Augustan ever sees o_f Hie President is his picture in the local newspaper or on television. So, integration or not, they don't work up much of a sweat about his presence here, although there seems to be a genuine public attraction for his wife because she frequently goes shopping in the area. Many people here feel they "know" Mamie, but not her husband. , Berkshire and John Bird, at 10J a ™y. o'clock Sunday morning. The cattle had broken through the fence and had been roaming along the road and in neighofors' yards all night, according to the report to sheriff. -Mrs. Seehase had been gone for several days, according to neighbors. Mrs. Virginia Brown Of Amboy Dies After Illness of 18 Months - - - , AMBOY — Mrs. Virginia Mae home from a visit to Indonesia; Bro wn, aged 38, died at 1 a.m. and other Asian countries. Jerusalem — Jordan's Ramallah Radio said is senior Egyptian officers were arrested ::n Cairo after authorities found tw) coaches of arms. The radio said a purge was now taking place in the Egyptian CRAIG RE-ELECTED PITTSBURGH, Pi.. (UP)—Former Indiana Gov. George Craig was re-elected Saturday as honorary chairman of trie Freedoms Foundation of the American Conference to Combat Communism. '55 Buick Riveria 4 door '54 Ford Custom 2 door '55 Mercury Montclair Con- veirtible '53 Lincoln Capri hardtop '53 Mercury Station Wagon (4 door 9 pass.) '53 Mercury Monterey hardtop '53 Chevrolet Vi ton pick-up HUNTER K)MJED FORREST CITY, Ark. (-UP)— The body of W.A. Sausman, 73, South' Bend, Ind., deer hunter, was found in a woods near here Sunday. A coroner's report said SauS' man, missing since last Tuesday, died of a heart attack. mother and missing. tne oash register Deer hunters later reported seeing Gein driving Mrs. Worden's pickup truck. He was arrested.at the home of a neighboring farmer. Authorities said a trail of blood led them to a shed •attached to the Gein farmhouse. 12 BELOW IN WYOMING NEW YORK (DIP)—The highest temperature in the nation was reported Sunday at Orlando, Fla., and Alma, Ga., both with 89 degrees. It was 12 below zero today at Big Piney, Wyo., making it the coldest spot in the nation. WE ALSO HAVE 4 FACTORY NEW 1957 MERCURY* $1,000.00 DISCOUNT OUR CARS AREN'T EXPENSIVE—THEY JUST LOOK THAT WAY! HAVENS MOTORS Market at 25th LINCOLN MERCURY Phone 3089 Legion Post Is Dedicated ROCHESTER — The new American Legion Post was dedicated in ceremonies her Saturday. The new addition, which cost about $100,000, was open.for inspection from 12-3 p. m. A special program follewed, with a speech by Mayor William D. Jefferson and state commander Robert Gates of Columbia City. The post was chartered in 1919 with 32 members. There are now 514 members. Mrs. Leola Redman Of Peru Succumbs PERU'— Mrs. Leola Redman, 184 Main street, died at Dukes Hospital at 6:30 a.m. Monday. She was about 80 years old. Mrs. Redman, who lived ire Peru 40 some years, was the widow of Dr. Charles Redman, prominent 'eru dentist who died in 1937. She •as a member of the First Pres- yterian church. Survivors include two daughters, fc. Lyman Keys of Peru and >trs. Merle Mullins of Marion; a son, Clifford, and a step-daughter, diss Jean Redman of California; nd a sister, Amelia Gefrerer, of 'eru. • Body is at the Allen Funeral Two Injured In Accident Two persons suffered minor in- : uries in an auto crash at 10:20 a. m. Sunday on ths Broadripple :oad at the Adamsboro road in- :er.section, ' two mikjs north and 'our miles east of logansport. They were Harry Lewis, 41, of Three Rivens, Mich., 'who suf- lered a bump on tie head, and lis son, Keith 4, a cut over one ye. The Lewises were riding with Frederick Carson, 70, of route 5, city, who was headed south on the Broadripple blacktop in a 1955 model sedan. When Carson applied fte brakes near the intersection, the car skidded on the wet pavement and crashed into a steel fence post'at the southeast corner of the intersection. Carson's, brother, Sheriff 0. R. Carson, who investigated, estimated the damage to fete front of the car at $500. My name is Zeb Terry, but my friends eaH me "O.K." as I am the man that says "O.K."- to requests for cash at LOCAL FINANCE. My job is $o provide the best cash loan S€rrtcs in our community. The more times I oan say, "O.K." the better I will be doing my job. • So — jf you need money at any time, you can be sure that I will do my beat to say "O.K.". You oan get a small between pay-day loan or a larger loan and take up to 24 months to repay. I would appreciate the opportunity to say "O.K." the next time you need money. Phone 4594 or see me personally at LOCAL FINANCE, 318 Fourth Street, Logansport, Indiana. Monday at her home ii? Amboy &i- er an 18 month illness. Mrs. Brown was born at Pendleton on Jan. 31, 1919. Her parents, who survive, are Elmer and Florence Reddick Hayden. She was married on Nov. 27, 1936 to Robert Brown, who survives. The deceased woman was prom- r.ent in social and civic activities in Amboy, where she had lived 15 years. She was a member of the Wfethodist church, the Rebecca .odge, District club of Converse, and Tri-Arts of Amboy. Survivors also are two sons, Robert H., Jr. of Amboy; Stephen L. of the home; one sister, Mrs. Gilbert Wood; a brother, William Hayden of Anderson. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Methodist church here. Rev. Clifford Conn will officiate. Burial will be in Parklawn cemetery. Friends may view the body at the Laird Funeral Home after noon Tuesday. Home where arrangements yet incomplete. are INFANT IHES ROCHESTER-!Tin; infant daughter of Milo and Josephine Wynn Swango, of East Ninth street Rochester, died at 11:30 p.m. Sunday at Woodlawn hospital. Surviving besides the parents are the maternal grandparents, Mrs. Bert Leedy, Rochester and Arlie Wynn, Warsaw; ami the paternal grandfather, Edward Swango, Rochester, Short prayer services were heW Monday afternoon at the Foster' and Good funeral home, with the Rev. George Crane officiating. Burial was in the Rochester I. 0. 0. F. cemetery. Asks $333 Damages As Result of Crash Damages of $333.04 are asked jy Herbert B. Baer in a suit against Arnold L. Cox in the Cass circuit court growing out of an auto accident on July 22, 1956, at 7:30 p. m. at the intersection of High and Eleventh streets. Baer was headed west on High, street when the defendant drove from Eleventh street into -his path, according to the complaint, damaging various parts of his car. He asserts the accident was due to the carelessness of the defendant in failing to stop and failing to yield the right of way. Harold C. Mull is the attorney for the GRINDER HURTS BOY PERU — In "fairly good" condition at Dukes Hospital today was Bill Miller, aged 13, of near Mex- co, who broke his right arm and eg and got a severe put on his ear Friday night when' he got caught in the bdt of a feed grinder while helping his father on their farm. Court Notes The Commercial Credit Corporation asks judgment for $375.72 in a suit filed Monday in the Cass circuit court against Tommy arid Marie Parkevich on a conditional sales agreement.' The plaintiff asserts that it purchased a conditional sale contract entered into Sept. 10, 1953, between the defendants and Ken Fisher Motors, and that the sale of the repossessed car failed to bring the entire amount due. Tho suit is for the balance. Harold Mull is the attorney for the plaintiff. The Wayne Discount corporation asks $590.73 in a complaint against Russel and Beatrice Carter in the Cass circuit court on a note dated Dec. 17, 1955.. The suit was filed through Attorney Harold Mull. VOTING SPLURGE ATLAOTA CUP) — The National Association foe the Advancement of Colored People set out today to get three million Negro voters to the polls with the help of the Federal Civil Rights Commission and "change the complexion" of southern state legislatures. FIND TRUCK TIKE, RIM William Laycock, route 4, city, Monday reported to police that he had found a 1000 by 20 truck tire. and rim along U. S. 24, six miles cast of this city, Sunday morning. SALE CALENDAR Nov. 20—Freeman Simms Bridge Nov. 20—Fred Selfert Shigley & Vogel Nov. 20—BerksMre Auction House Johnson, Auct. Nov. 22—Hummel Estate ."Weddington Nov. 22—Verriice Working ...Murden Nov. 22—Joe's Auction Teel Nov. 23—Maple Grove Sales & Service ,... .Rinehart Nov. 23—Cecil Shoemaker & Miller Heirs Plotner . 33 Barlrahirg Auction House Waldron, Auct

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