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RRADL9 Y 0M Dock-- 4t P Avern C Vafal muM oay 4:30 am Wtdno day en route to work N momttr of the Immanuel BaptiH C hurch Ht wm employed at Palm Beach Co tor the post 10 ytori Survivors: wit e Mr H’a Brodtev ton Fred Mohr Bradley t®1! of Knoxvillt vstor Mrs Fiortk Mew of New jersey brothers Bn Bradley Knoxville Charles ©t Georga jets of Virginia and Madison diodtev Lake land Pin Servlcei ? p m Friday Immanuel Baptist Church Btv Homer Co’e ofhfiotioo Interment Mt Olive Cemetery PaHttartfi: Hugh Cote Joseph Choo tone Mllfy Mowery Carl Bush Cltnit SpreuM The body Is ot the home Bos In charge BYBD James Arthur-Nine at resideofe 1 7?4 Vermont Avenue passed away I 10 p m Wednesday ot Port Sanders Pres bytenon Hospital He was o member of Grove City Bnpti‘1 Church He wos o brokemcin for the LAN Railway Member of Brofherhood of RoMwoy Tratnmen Sur yivors wife Mrs Irene Bvri daughters Mrs E E Hoyts Knoxville Mrs M S Yearwood Knosport son James W Byrd four grnndchltdren sisters Mrs Tena Massengilf all of Knoxville Mrs 0 C Kelly of Oliver springs Services 7 p m Friday Rose Chapel Rev Willie Hubbard officiating interment New Gray Cemetery Nephews will serve os active poiibtorers Members- of bis Sunday School Clots will serve os honorary pall beortrs Friends will be received Thursday night from 7 to f p m at Rose Mortuary FOSTER Ethel L —ant t Of 100 Lilly Avenue died at ?:10 p m Wednesday ot Veterans Hospital Johnson Citv He was a member of Calvary Boptnf Church and won a retired yard foreman for the l&N Railway Member of the B of RT also a Spanish American War veteran Survivors: widow Mrs Eugene Long-mire Foster sons C G Foster Clarence W Joe H Luke C Foster oil of Knoxville E L (Honk) Foster Jr Columbus Ga Services Friday 7 pm of Mann s Rev Robert Troutman officiating Inter ment Highland Memorial Cemetery Pallbearers Claude Argenbncjbt Paul Davis Virgil Grant w J Haynes Emmett Shown Gordon Sharp Honorary pallbem ers Member of Sunday School eloss of Calvory Baptist Church The family will receive friends at Mann’s 7 to f pm ThursdoV HILL Mrs Meiisso Cline— age sx possed away ot 9 pm Wednesday ot the home of her daughter Mrs Mock Taylor 204 Doughty Avenue Fountain City She was a member of Salem Baptist Church Survivors- daughters Mrs Mock Taylor Mrs Alvin Thomos MrsEHiobeth De Young all of Fountain City son Edward G Hill of Powell grandchildren Jane Thomas and Morgaret DeYoung both of Fountain City John Hill of Powell The body will remoin at the mortuary where the family will receive friends from 1 to 9 pm Thursday Service 4 pm Friday at Gentry’s Chapel with Rev Jim Pitts Dr Charles S Bond and Rev Will Kirkpatrick officiating Active pallbearers Milton K'rkpafrlck V L Hill J S Hill Chester Sumpter A M Thomas Rev Walter Hill Honorary pallbearers wifi be deacons of Salem Baptist Church and members of Dorcas Sunday School class Interment In Hill Cemetery Gentry’s in charge fog 32 hi Knoxville Nnws-SnHnel Thursday Sept 3 I PS-9 By JOE W - 1 L L 1 A M S Of Cote Think White Sox Wetter Than ML Rivals NEW YORK— Never one to he beguiled into immoderate ipeech or humiliating position Frank Line the gracious considerate sportsman who heads the Cleve-land Indians has this to say of the White Sox: “If they do it they'll be the worst team ever to win a pennant” Charles Dillon Stengel a very wealthy man who happens to lie more distinguished as banker than as manager this year was asked if he'd buy that Harrump harrumped Mr Sion-geL “You know why Mr Pop-Off is bellyaching don't you? The White Sox just beat him four straight” SOMEHOW t h e explanation though diagnostically intriguing did not seem to lie altogether adequate The question was “Let me pul it this way" interrupted Mr Stengel "if they get in the World Series which I'm pretty sure they will I'd make them favorites “Let's say they play the Giants or the Dodgers with which teams I am fairly familiar The Giants are not defensively sound and can treat themselves The Dodgers have fine pitching and can make it close But neither of them has the team balance or team speed particularly the team speed of the White Sox and that is why I say Chicago will win" Mr Stengel had just returned to the Stadium with his deflated and dispirited Yankees Normally at this time of the year the speculation would center on the margin the Yankees might win by the down-the-stretch survivor in the other league Mr Stengel's opening-g a m e pitcher and such standard topics Now the old man cast in the strange role of a neutral was answering questions that must have sounded strange to his ears intrusive immodest almost accusing as though the questions demanded an apology “CERTAINLY I'll be at the Series” he snapped “I’ll see the games out there and the games back here I didn't hide in a corner and cry when they beat me in ’54 did I? I saw every game lire Giants and Indians played” A1 Lopez had the Indians then and the Giants beat them four straight Lopez now has the White Sox “The fella had a different kind of team that year a bunch of sluggers He had to beat you with the bat The team he’s got now can beat you a dozen different ways pitching running defending throwing bunting and they hit pretty good too They haven’t been getting all them runs on green stamps you know” This is the kind of team that fascinates an Old Guard manager like Stengel who goes back to the days when one run at a time was the style of play when base-running the sacrifice and what he describes as “fecnesse” were basic ingredients of the attack ALWAYS Ole Case comes back to the White Sox team speed a quality absent so long from lower baseball as to be a curiosity practically an eccentricity like children playing with toys instead of switch blades “There’s more to team speed than the obvious Consider the other side's pitchers To keep the runner close they got to throw a lot to the bag They got two worries instead of one the runner and the batter “Also with men on they got lo throw more fast balls because the curve is slower and the quicker the catcher can get the ball l he better chance he has to cut off a steal This in turn makes it easier for your own hitters They can count on more fast balls and more walks” The way Mr Stengel thapso-dized speed it took the form of a rebuke to baseball for allowing Rabe Ruth ever to put on a big league suit Market Stages Cautious Retreat on Uncertainties Brokers Expect Interest Hike by Federal Reserve NEW YORK STOCK MARKET Sgleel tut n urn York Stink v tuc nuhM by AbObII Urgito on aim In'nqui Mwi mtmbtf i N V Stack rtwn Mill Jtl I Iff -A- NEW YORK Sept T-Slock staged a cautious retreat today in the face of nuincruus economic and poll iral uncertainties Brokers said speculation that the Federal Reserve Board may hike the discount rale from M-j to 4 per cent after the dose Trading was a principal factor behind the market’s nervousness Other factors included concern over the possible effects of tight money on the economy international political uncertainties and a general reluctance to extend commitments before the long Labor Day weekend Volume remained on the light side which was a good sign Many issues declined more from neglect than any concerted selling drive The steels stood out on the downside Youngstown lost 2 and U S Steel more than a point Richfield led oils lower with a point loss Car stocks lost fractions Thiokol rose 1 on a somewhat firm chemical group Anaconda and Kcnnrcntt lost around a point each in the cop-pers Aluminum issues were mixed So were aircrafts Ampcx lost a point in the electronics and Texas Instruments fell 3 Litton countered with a gain of better than 2 Wcstinghousp and General Electric lost more than a point each in the electrical equipments Vick was off 14 in the drugs KENNEDY Horry — ago 71 of 104 Forest Avenue passed owov of Fort Sanders Hospitol at 4:30 p m Wednesday He was a member of the Forest Avenue Christian Church Survivors: -on Walter Hall Fountain City daughter Mrs James Colquitt sister Mrs Lydia Goss Knoxville Funeral services 2 pm Friday at Forest Avenue Christian Church Minister John W Eynon olfld-oting Interment in New Gray Cemetery Pallbearers: Jimmy Colquitt Jr Walter Dyer Troye Rule Charles Sellers Francis Dyer Oscar Oyer The body will be removed from his home la the church one hour before services Arrangements by Roberts MATTHEWS Louie Edward— aqe 56 3525 Martin Mill Pike passed 6:10 om Wednesday at Baptist Hospital He was former employe of Stone Produce Co and a velerdn of World War It Funeral 1 p m Friday al Berry's Chcpel Rev V T Flenniken officiatlna Interment Natinnal Cemetery Pallbearers: Lean Biddle Orville Haun Howard Webb Rubin Bales Jack Householder and Gerald Hicks The body is ot the family home Berry's in charge MUNGER Dan— oqe 5? of Royal Oak Mich passed away Wednesday 9 a m Survivors: wife Clara Scallard three sons three daughters all of Royal Oak mother Mrs Effie Monger Route 2 Lenoir City sisters Mrs Margaret Hill Knoxville Mrs Mora Alford Cleveland 0 Mrs Lou Crittenden Chaftanooao Mrs Wilma Coperhaver Lenoir City brothers Jack Raymond and Hugh Lenoir City Funeral Saturday 10 a m at Royal Oak Tinsley in charge House Group Says Hays’ Loss Official WASHINGTON Sepl 3 (UPI) — The House Administration Committee unanimously approved today a resolution holding that Rep Dale Alford (D Ark) is entitled to retain his seal in Congress This cleared the way for a similar ruling by the House The committee approved a report of its Elections Subcommittee which found after a lengthy investigation that Alford a Little Rock segregationist was "duly elected" last November over former Rep Brooks Hays CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO- Sept 3 (UPU-LIVE POUL- Iry No tone 43000 lbs No USOA price quototions today CHEESE— Single daisies 38-31’v longhorns 38-39 processed loaf 35V?-37 Swiss Grade A 44-46 Grade B 42-44 Grade C 40-41 BUTTER— Firm 300000 lbs 93 score tV' 92 score 62V 90 score 61 89 score 59Vi Cortots : 90 score 61'j 89 score 60 EGGS— Steady 11300 cases White and mixed larteegrs xa38 mixed laroe extras 38 mediums 28' ij standards 24 dirties 221' checks 21 Capital SAir Lines Carrier Carp Celanese Corp Chesapeake Ohio Chrysler Cl T Fmome Cities Servlet Coca-Cola Colg-Palm Peel C Col Fuel A Iron Columbia Gas Combiion Englnnq Commercial Solvent Consolidated Ed N Y Continental Con Continental Molars Corn Prodin ts Crone and Co Curtis Wright - D- Deere A Co Douglas Aircraft Dow Chemical Dupont - — Eastman Kodak Elec Autolile — F — Fed Oept Store Fedders Guigan Ford Motor Co — O — General Dynamics General Electric General Foods General Motors Gen Port Cement Gillette Sat Razor Goodyear Rubber & P Greyhound Gull OH Cor Ins Copper Ideal Cement Inter Lake Iron Inti Harvester Inti Nickel Inti Tel A Tel Co Island Creek Coat Johns Manville — K - Kennecott Copper Kresge (SS) Kress (SH) Kroger L&N Ry Libby Owens Ford Ligqett A Myers B Lockheed Loew's Inc Lowenstein — M — Mock Trucks Glen L Martin H Macy Moqna Copper Mathieson Ch Co Miomi Coper Morranto Chem Montgomery Word Motorola 15"t 15V) 1JV Mt 3I34 M' JO’ 30: 30 70' § 70V 70 784i Mt 67s 554 57 57 53') 534 S3’i 1504 1504 1504 39' 39' IV't 31 V 3I 31' 71') J1V) ?l' 31' 318k 31 14 14' 14' 63 3' 6?' 4' 4J 1 41 Morristown Takes Flos Cempd From Press Dispatches Morristown's re-entry into the Appalachian League turned out to be a successful one The Cubs captured the league i OAKLEY John Roy age 30 ot Talbot Tenn died 5 30 p m Wednesday at Baptist Hospital Survivors: parents Mr and Mrs Nicholas Oakley brother James Oakley 3 sisters Mrs Edith Amyx Mrs Peart Johnson Mrs Ruth Patterson grandparents H H Oakley Mrs John Watson Arrangements Incomplete Alchley's Sevierville in charge SHEPHERD Melvin R— age 67 of St Cloud died at Hamblen Hospital Morristown ?:40 am Thursday Survivors: wile Mrs Edith Walker Shepherd son Mefvtn R Shepherd Jr Maryville daughter Mrs Georqe Kilgore Santa Boston Va seven grandchildren several nieces and nephews He was a member of St Clair Methodist Church Funeral services Stewart's Funeral Home chapel Bulls Gap 2 pm Saturday Rev Fay Gladson and Rev Sara Gardner officiating Interment Bethesda Cemetery The family will receive friends 7 to 9 pm Friday at Stewart Funeral Home TURNER Hardin M— oqe 65 residence Jacksonville Fla passed away 10:45 p m Wednesday at the Veterans Hospital Lake City Fla He was a member of First Baptist Church Jacksonville retired machinist with 36 years service with Southern Railway He was a veteran of World War Sycamore Lodge No 3 Woodmen ot the World the Coster's Lodge No 871 Machinists Local Survivors: wife Mrs Grace 8 Turner daughters Miss Louise Turner both of Jacksonville Mrs Oaklie McConnell Jr? grandsons Steven McConnell both of Los Angeles brother Clifton C Turner Sweetwater Tenn The body will be returned to Knoxville 3:30 p m Friday over the Southern Services 3 p m Sunday Broadway Baptist Church Dr Ramsey Pollard Rev Elmer Bailey officiating Interment Lynnhurst Cemetery The body will lie in stale at the church one hour before services Nephews will serve as pallbearers Honorary pallbearers will be deacons and trustees and the Men s Bible Class of Broadway Baptist Church and fellow workers of the Southern shops Friends will be received Saturday night 7 to 9 p m at Rose Mortuary RATES ON OBITUARIES - Daily Sc word 50 words minimum Sunday News-Sentmel 7e word M word minimum One-holf column picture will he carried ot $558 weekday and $708 Sunday LOCAL SECURITIES Quotations furnished by Oavidson and Co Inc 1502 Hamilton Bank Blda la frequencies make it necessary sometimes to estimate bid and asked quotations Bid Asked Rich’s Inc 24V-I 25 V Chattanooga Natural Gas 5 6 E Tenn Nat Gas common 12V 1314 First American National Bank 27 29 Inter-Mtn Tele Co common 1534 16 Jefferson Standard Life 9 5V? 98V? Kingsport Press Inc 28 31 Life and Casualty Ins Co 22 Vi 23 Moore-Handley Hdw Co IOV2 IIV2 National Life Insurance Co Ill 115 Tennessee Natural Gas 133i 143 Union Planters National Bank 49 51 Gulf Life Insurance Company 7V 24 ’ Sabre-Pinon Corporation 9 r? Westwater Corporation "'ll 3 American Investors Corporation V V Piedmont Aviation 3 4 Ribbon To Be Cut at New Interchange Slate Highway urban engineer Herbert E Bates is coming from Nashville to cut the ribbon at 10 a m tomorrow to formally open the $1000000 Burlington highway interchange Blaine Farmer known as “Bur lington Mayor" will emccc the occasion Hardy Weaver an ar rangements committeeman said today Other participating offi cials will include Mayor John Dun can who will accept for the city State division engineer R L Iddins J G Ruth job superin tendent for Ralph E Mills Co the contractor and U S Roads Bureau officials whose approval is required The interchange has been in limited traffic use for some time ALCOA Posts Filled ALCOA Sept 3 (Special)— Joe Morton has been appointed safety director for the Fabricating Division of the Aluminum Company of America works here Gleason Bowman has been named his assistant William A Caldwell has been championship by splitting a double-1 nmed assli(ant works ( hjrf jn header with Johnson City while -econd-piace Salem bowed to Lynchburg 8-7 19)8 Champion Bows in Tournev Knoxville's Hospital Baseball Tournament has a new champion Ross Thomas drove m the winning runs as Baptist defeated defending champion U-T 3-1 for the title at Leslie Street Park last night Calvind Tuggle was the winning oitcher BAPTfST (tog fro 1—3 A IM tm &-i 4 M TUfl-rfyw § ports In Brief RAN WEtltW CAME CMICAOO - -MW Kr- 5-" OB mm m rv in am h ii ino "W m ¥ mt -c m I 4C NX U S 'I MWH B OIK-1' 1 1— -6i ! mm — 4 Mu W Ai-nd Kir- ft 6-i 7 dustrial engineer and Ronald C Coleman has been named industrial engineering supervisor of the West Plant John E Solomon was made industrial engineering supervisor of the North Plant Employment Up in State NASHVILLE Sept 3 (UPI)— The number of unemployed work ers in Tennessee continued to drop as vacation periods ended and the pace of activity quickened aft er summer slowdowns Through last Saturday 26®5 persons were getting unemploy ment checks in Tennessee compared to 27748 the previous u eek Commissioner L B Jennings of the Employment Security Department said “Most local offices across the state reported full employment and new hiring” -N- Not Bbcuii Nat-Cash Register Nat Dairy Product National Dbtillerj National Gypsum N Y Central Norfolk A Western Nor Amer Aviation Nor Pacific NOR States Pow-r Chi and Northwest — O -Ohio Oil Owens Illinois Glass — P — Paromount Pan American Air Peabody Coal Pennsylvania RR Pepi Cola Charles Pfiyer Philco Phillip Morris Phillips' Petroleum Pitts-Ptafe Glass Pullman Co Pure Oil — R — Radio Corn of Amer Republic Steel Reynolds Mfial? Reynolds Tab 8 RexaU Druq Rovat C rown C Chi Rock Island Poc Royal McBee St Joe Lend Sears Roebuck Simmons Sincail rOil Soconv Vacuum S C Elect 8 G'os Southern Co Southern Poc Southern R Schnley Oist Snerrv Corp Std Oil of lod Std Oil of N J Stewort-Warner Stokiev-Van Camp Studebaker Sunray Oil Swift ood Co Standard Oil NJ To Merge All Affiliated Firms Ultimate Aim Is To Consolidate U S Operations NEW YORK Sepl 3 i— Sland-arrl Oil Co (NJ) said yesterday it will merge all principal affiliated companies In the United States into a nationwide organization As a itartcr Humble Oil it Retinitis Cu of Huston Tex will be merged into Jersey which already holds 98 per cent of Humble's outstanding stock Humble is one of the country's largest oil producing companies Prior to the Jersey Humble merger a new Humble Oil & Refining Co will be incorporated in Delaware Humble’s properties and operations will lie transferred to the new corporation Following the merger the present company which was incorporated in Texas will be dissolved Next Jersey's remaining affiliates in the United States will be merged into the new Humble com pany They include ESSO Standard Oil Co big East Coast mark eting firm Carter Oil Co of Tulsa an oil producing company Oklahoma area and Pate Oil Co which operates service stations in Milwaukee These affiliates are 100 per cent owned by Jersey Jersey officials said the plan will ultimately consolidate all producing refining marketing and marine operations of the affiliated Tersey companies in the United States Mrs L M Hill Musician Dies Mrs L M Hill a member of a family long active in music circles died last night at the home of a daughter Mrs Mack Taylor 204 Doughty Ave Fountain City at 84 Mrs Hill was the mother of County Tax Assessor Edward G Hill She was the former Melissa Cline and for years was a piano and voice teacher Her late brother Judson L Cline was also a musician and a church music director Mrs Hill's daughter Mrs Alvin Thomas is music director at Central Baptist Church and formerly was county schools music supervisor Mrs Hill leaves another daughter Mrs Elizabeth DeYoung a U-T home demonstration specialist and three grandchildren JVlrs Taylor was for years secretary to the late U-T dean of men F M Massey Services will be held at 4 p m tomorrow at Gentry chapel with burial in Hill Cemetery Mrs Hill was a member of Saiem Baptist Church and active in the Women's Missionary Union there - T - 46H 47 4? P(l- SO' 4 W'7 814 81 7 t 814 194 i9 mg 57 57' 567' 334 34" 34 V HUS MP4 145W 487'a 487-' 487 32’ 377i 32Vj 38’ 40 40 40-4 407k 40H 20 205 20 102' Wl 10PV 1 61 61 Term3e Corp Texas Co Tex Gul Sul Timken R B 20th Cert Fox Union Carbide Union Oil Calif Union Pacific United Air Line United Aircraft Unit Merch & U S Gypsum U S Rubber U S Steel Vulcan Mtrls - W - Warner Bros West Union westioqhou Elec Wheel ina St el White Motors Woolworth — Y — Youngstown S A T Rodin Yesterdov s Sales American Stock Exchange P antepec Oil 1’ Technical ’ !j U S Fail 657e 66’ OVER THE COUNTER SECURITIES Select Ws of Mutual Fund shares and Uft Insurance compony stocks furnished by Cumberland Securities Corporation in- -vestment Banker 1408 Hamilton Bank MrS U6fTYberrY DlCS BuJdng phone 2-4181 Date Sept IRAL FUND SHARES 4 Held in Attach on Retired Sergeant RLNGGOLD Ga Sept 3 0N-Four men were held without bond here yesterday in Tuesday’s “ice water” bandit attack on A J My rick a retired Army sergeant Sheriff J D Stewart said Robert Broom 1 and George William Leweilyn 17 both of Chattanooga Tena were charged with robbery LnAiuinuuun Dipt a L-ib-v fort Two brothers Frank Mrs Bonne McDonald Dern berry ’ Curd 30 of Chattanooga and Ray-75 mother of a Tennessee Valley Authority official and the presi-’ Public Records Divorce Suit Filed Jomtt Crien FoMr 22 agaiwl Marian Law'i Jr 22 DarotKna Oavnpori 43 ogo'ml Jam) Woltr Da -rnnofl 47 Hiollani) viw Rd ShMiey Jaai"t trumiay 72 al 721 LaRov 81 ogoiiHt Alvin Ray Crunday K M 1415 Chicago Avr Rilli Hopon Hill 71 ago i" I Eugtni Mill 73 IImkI and boom divorc) Divorces Granted Clam Phiiiipi 2 al mm Ogitwoad Av from Mot H Phillip 1 I vlyn i Andenon County Court dopufy rlerk tram Ror H Andanon Suits in Chnueery Court H T Hofknty Co ngoinjl Mr and Mm fori Sihntid vnn sprpld Sthnaidr food Mark! Chapman High wny until Tonxdoy Cn rot crdlier'i bill rlaiming th markt H intalvtnt Taamtltr Lacal 621 Knoxvllt nnd Nrihentfrn L'lr lnuroimt Co ol New York dgn'Ml Mr Halil Web ter onfl WallOC P Burroughs ndmmistrator bl IB emt of her hmband Jim WetHter who died lost Dec 4 Complainant paid 12750 III imuranie policy proceed Inin court on ground ol dHpul whether the money ihould go to the widow or the odminislralor al Ihe estate Helen Morqan Lay Hollywood HilN ogomsl Alonio Lay her tormer husband inlunction suit In require him lo slap moiekting Mr Lay Realty Transfers Mr and Mrs Clifford H Swenson Jr 10 Mr and Mrs John H Hooker house Diet 9 1 1 1(00 Mr and Mrs Jam Carlton Winkles to Mary Clork Feeman house Dlst 7 511500 EHjabeth Rhys Jones Swon to Jan S Fiddler house DHL 9 16500 George Arthur Altum to Mr and Mr R Fred Wyrlck house Dlst 7 58000 Mrs Gertrud Evans to Nell W Harris house DHL 7 57000 Mr end Mrs Victor H McLean Jr lo Mr and Mrs Eugene B Linton house Dist 6 531000 Mr and Mrs Claude H MrSpadden to Mr and Mrs Homer F Clayton house Dlst 3 517729 Bankruptcy Petitions Georg M Denton Jr Whit Pine cob-inet ossembler Glenn While 1417 Hannoh Av truck driver Lenni Heuk Warren Burnetts Creek Rd TVA carpenter Eugene Maples Carpenter Rd road roller operator Edward Paul Vaughn 32 “C ' Ave laborer Appeals to Supreme Court Jo Brown ond Jimmy Lon appealing five-year terms each from Hamilton Criminal Court for burglary In Brown's case ond receiving and concealing stolen property In Lane's case Roy C Reynolds Chattanoaqa appeal Inq a Hamilton Criminal Court sentence of 20 years in fhe second-degree murder of his son Wllliom H J Reynolds 32 Rossvltlt Ga Warren Niles ond Mack Mickle Pork appealing Hamilton Criminal Court sentences of 20 years each for armed robbery Cases in Court of Appeals Southern Railway appealing a Sullivan Circuit Court $5000 Judgment for Carl Brown Riley Injured when his truck was hit by a slow-moving train at a crossing near Bluff City Around Knox Fete Saturday for Playground Winners Trophy-winning '’outstanding playground participants" will he treated to a party and the winning com-munity will be presented a trophy at Tarleton Playground Saturday Miss Carolyn Byrum county playground supervisor said today Thr trophy will go lo the com- Welfare Payments Show Decline NASHVILLE Sept 3 (UPI) -The State Welfare Department said today welfare payments in July dropped for the first time in almost three years Mrs Frank C Scott State Welfare Director said July payments totaled $4313293 a drop of $3203 from June The last time payments decreased from a previous month was in October of 1956 Mrs Scott said Of the total $2330433 was paid to older people Mrs Scott reported with older people getting an average payment of $4114 Mrs Scott said the drop m total payments was caused by a decrease in applications for old age assistance and for aid to dependent children The old age applications dropped 72 per cent in July and ADC applications were down 34 per cent Knox Scientist Going to Arctic Dr Dan Hale who knows a lot about the Antarctic will be off next week lo join another polar expedition this time in the Arctic seas Dr Hale of 240 Scott St has been named to a team of scientists sponsored by the Univer-s i t y of Washington under contract with the Navy to do a wide variety of geophysical Dr Hale studies some 600 miles north of Point Barrow Alaska on floating ice in the Beaufort Sea He leaves for Seattle next week The expedition will reach the ice pack by late November or early December and will spend three months studying oceanography ice drifts seismology’ micrometeorology and radiation reflection and transfer Dr Hale said The Knoxville scientist spent 14 months in Antarctica in 1957-58 as a member of the United States team for the International Geophysical Year Dr Hale was formerly on the physics faculty at U-T “I am looking forward to comparing the Arctic with my experiences in Antartica” Dr Hale said He said the floating ice will probably carry the team to about 500 miles from the North Pole munity which offered the "best playground program" The county has l playgrounds some of which opened loo laic to participate From 10 to 1 p m Satin day games and refreshments will lie provided 17 hoys and girls The trophy winners are: Norwood Playground Linda McClain and four Miller brothers Prince Cate Gregg and Terry High Top James LeRoy Walker and Sylvia Ann Martin Ramsey Clayton Melvin Cox and Mary Kathy Northern Tarleton Linda Lane and Gene Loveday Hardin Valley Linda Townsend and Stephen Brown Earns David Noe and Patty Powell Holston Hills Edward Galyon and Jim Jeter Trophies were presented by the Knox County Recreation Department Around the Area JOHNSON CITY-Groundbreak-ing ceremonies were held today lo rlhe $200090 Tennessee Plastics Inc plant HUNTSVILLE - Scott County Court has authorized a S275000 bond issue to buy road rights of way between Oneida nnd the Kentucky line PULASKI— Giles County School Board has demanded the resignation of School Superintrndenl Grady H Bass ATHENS— For the fifth lime in six years Athens is looking for a new city manager to replace S B Boyer ELIZABETHTON-East Tennessee Undergarment Co employes have voted 99-5 io dear the way for a possible strike MARTINSVILLE Va - Henry County Va has been declared a polio epidemic area by the U S Public Health Service The county has 30 known cases of polio JOHNSON CITY-1 awrente P Jones Jr is the new general manager for the Johnson City Chamber of Commerce ELIZABETHTON - Max Hall 30 of Erwin lost most of the night on a hunting trip was found early today by members of the Carter County Rescue Squad He was unharmed ERWIN— Three prisoners broke out of the Unicoi County Jail yesterday One was recaptured Veteran Railman E L Foster Dies A veteran railroad yard man and war veterans' leader is dead Ethel L Foster retired IAN West Yard foreman and past president of Camp Jack Bernard Spanish American War Veterans died late yesterday at the veterans hospital at Johnson City He was 79 His passing Mr Foster cncjs a marriage union of 55 years Mrs Foster the former Eugenia Longmire is a past president of Camp Jack Bernard Auxiliary The couple together helped spark various benefit drives for veterans Mr Foster had linen with the LAN 35 years when he retired ir 1945 He came here as a boy from his native Oliver Springs He was a member of Calvary Baptist Church and of Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen The home is at 1806 Lilly Ave Services will be held at 2 p m tomorrow at Mann's chapel with burial in Highland Memorial Cemetery He leaves his wife and five sons Clarence W C G Luke C and Joe H Foster all of Knoxville and E L (Hank) Foster Columbus Ga Joe and Hank are war veterans Hank is remembered as a football player at The Citadel The father served in the Philippines campaign in the Spanish-American War Knoxville Markets E B BOWLES Grn pepper bushel S275 Turnips 5225 Bonana5 56c on bunch 57 60 for 4(1 Ihs Grapefruit 5185-5275 Celery 3 dozen cartons $300 48-lb cello carrots 5425 California oranges S3 25 Californio Long Whites 54 00 to $500 Yellow onions 5200 to $2 75 20 lbs tomatoes 52 00 to 82 50 Grapes 29-lb red cardinals $425 Thompson seedless $425 California plums 5450 Lemons coron $375 to S' 50 Wholesale Buying Price LIVESTOCK East Tennessee Packing Ct Top hogs 200 300 '4 to 14V) Veil calves :o to 32' good steers ond heifers 24 to 76 good cows 17 to medium cows 1ST? to 17 sows 9 to 11 LOCAL EGG MARKET Prince Poultry A Egg C Smoli 16 Medium 23 Large 35 Whitt Brothers Poultry rag Co Colored hens 5 lbs and uo 12 Leghorn hens $ lbs and up 8 fryers 1$ roosters 6 Boys Held in Theft Two 15-ycar-old boys have been arrested and charged with the (heft of some $600 cash and an undetermined amount of merchandise from Tinsley Tire Co 715 Henley St The tire company was entered last month according to City Detective Fred Scruggs who made the arrests yesterday The youths were turned over to juvenile authorities Food Price Index Rises Two Cents NEW YORK Sept 3 (UPI) The Dun & Bradstreet wholesale food price index rose two cents as higer prices on cocoa sugar West Coast potatoes and peanuts helped offset some minor declines in other commodities used in compiling the index Dun & Brad-street Inc reported yesterday The statistical agency reported the indicator at $599 or 63 per cent below the year earlier level on Sept 1 It compare with $597 last week and $639 a year ago Southern Says Sale Won’t Alter Routes WASHINGTON Sept 3 (Special)— Southern Railway Co announced yesterday that if it acquires control of the Interstate Railroad Company all routes and channels of trade via existing junctions and gateways will be maintained and kept open by Interstate In addition all divisions on traffic moving over the Interstate now in effect will likewise be maintained subject to such changes as may be agreed upon by the interested parties or as may be authorized by the Interstate Commerce Commission Southern said Harry A Debutls president of Southern stated that Southern would be willing for the commission to affix conditions that would insure such preservation of existing routes and divisions Southern has filed an application with the commission for authority to acquire the Interstate through an exchange of sharrs TRADE I ttft'ftiiV 12-ga Remington 12-ga Remington Sportsman auto CQ'iO shotgun poly ch Pump gun 30” full rih barrel 32 50 Ft City Sewer Link Completed Sixty-four families on W Wood-row Ave in Fountain City have changed from septic tanks to a sewer on completion of a major extension by Fountain City Utilities Board The extension measures virtual- dent of Tennessee Polytechnic Institute died here today Dr O Merton Derrvberry LIKE INSURANCE STOCKS ? Cer? T C OlTWriQH (WfC Utf IT I Conr G L 34' L? 5 : G 4 GuR L-H L ft Lt L t I Cosws n i UH Of v V I Lcfr N Lt r? I L 4 At I1 ONRI'W R fN $ rypjt mond Curd 46 of Rossville Ga were charged with conspiracy to commit robbery Myrick was shot in the leg in a scuffle with one of two young director of health for TVA and "! caI!e !xne if William Everett Drrrybcrrv : asked for a dnnk of water Th head oTTennesvee Tech at Cooke- e‘fr3er' vKl At Market Averaqes style when one of the men pulled ' -J a pistol and ordered him to disrobe Hie gunman and Ms companion Red empty-handed Youth Injured OAKDALE Sept 3 (Special)— Gary Powers son of Mr and Mrs Lewis Powers of Oakdale was injured yesterday when he was knocked down and run over by a car driven by his brother Louis The youth apparently tried to jump from the car while it was still moving He suffered a punctured lung and was taken to Harriman Hospital Patrol Plans Holiday Campaign NASHVILLE Sept 3 (UPD -State Safety Commissioner Greg O Rear met with Highway Patrol captains from across the state here today to map out a campaign to halt traffic fatalities on Tennessee highways over the Labor Day weekend The commissioner said he wa anticipating “real heavy traffic 20-ga Winchester 5““SPP7 4 22 REMINGTON 22 HORNET 513T Target Model Rifle Winchester Wmlel 43 Weaver Scope 130-30 Winchester ”HS££r m m) 1303 BRITISH 12-ga STEVENS 12-ga FULTON 16-ga L 0 Smith 12-ga PARKER 16-ga L C Smith Com to UNHID for Ammo Shotguns Scopes Rifles Etc "AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR SINGLE BARREL” SHOTGUN V New! I960 STMHS B I h- a mile Thev pav the same weekend j basic fee of 2 73 per month as ‘ w have every man nn MODEL It- 16 2$ 21 one eij J q" Full choke Aut mo'ic icir Wolnut teck ond erd Sp I c Ol Oiler nt borr EAGLES TRADE NORTON TOLEDO tt Sept 3 R-TV Philadelphia Eacles today traded ' j veteran defensive halfback Jerry j Norton to the Chicago Cardinals or guard Betb Kanevsky and tackle Jerry Wilson other u'fir of the Fountain highways and all our heli- (copters w-ill be in the air” hei said “We hope to go the entire holiday period without a fatal accident” he added " I He said four persons died hi j rraffk aendents on Tennessee ' highways over the last Labor Day j I weekend There have been eight mare ( ! traffic fatalities m the state this j year than there were at this nmr last year “11 the Pafrnl aks i' that o i everyone think when driving" IagORear satd Re S29 50 SPECIAL 24 50 BUY ON OUR EASY LAY AWAY PLAN Walk A Little Farther — Save A Lot More' PI 2 0148 A the Clock 206 S Gay SU

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