Asheville Citizen-Times from Asheville, North Carolina (2024)

Deaths And Funerals Funerals Today James Edward Darnell, 2:30 Hoopers Creek Baptist Church. Mariett L. Whitt Mariett Landon Whit, 65, retired employe of Oteen VA hospital, died Wednesday in a hospital here following a long illness. He had resided at 17 Oaklawn Ave. and retired in 1947 after 27 years as a guard at the hospital.

Whitt was a veteran of World War I and a member of the American Legion and Newbridge Baptist Church. ducted Funeral at 2 services m. today will in be p. bridge Baptist Church. The Rev.

Wesley Sprinkle and the Rev. Thad McDonald will officiate. Burial will be in Piney Mountain Cemetery at Stocksville. Honorary, pallbearers will Class be members of the Men's Bible of Newbridge Baptist Church and guards on the staffs of Oteen and Swannanoa VA Hospitals. The body will remain at MorrisHendon-Black Funeral Home until 30 minutes prior to the service.

the widow; two Surviving, are, Salisbury and Ray of the home; four daughters, Mrs. C. E. Foister of Anchorage, Alaska; Mrs. Guy Justice of Asheville and Miss Blanche Whitt and Miss Irene Whit, both of the home; two brothers, Lewis of Stocksville and George of Asheville; three sisters, Miss Eliza Whitt of Stocksville, Mrs.

Ollie Wise and Mrs. M. P. Buckner of Asheville. Mrs.

Frieda Dette HENDERSONVILLE, Feb. 28- The funeral service for Mrs. Frieda F. Dette, 80, who died in a local hospital yesterday, will be held Friday at 2 p. m.

at the Thomas Shepherd Memorial Chapel. She was the mother of Mrs. Warren Howser and Mrs. Phillip T. Green Sr.

of Hendersonville. The Rev. Corley Linberger, pastor of Grace Lutheran Church, will conduct the service and entombment will be in Oakdale Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Phillip T. Green James Pearce, Reginald Rouse, Toney Pearson, Joseph Kenny and Sam H.

Hunt. A native of Hamburg, Germany, Mrs. Dette had resided in this country since she was 18 years old. Mrs. Matilda Painter HENDERSONVILLE, Feb.

28- Mrs. Matilda Painter, 85, widow of William G. Painter, died today at the home of a son, Charlie Painter, on the Old Kanuga Road. The funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p. m.

at the Thomas Shepherd Memorial Chapel. The Revs. Paul Lovingood and Sherman Patterson will officiate, and interment will be in Mud Creek Cemetery with grandsons as pallbearers. The body will remain at the funeral home until the service hour. "A native of this county, Mrs.

Painter was a daughter of the late Riley and Jane Evans Shipman. She was a member of the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. Surviving in addition to the son here are three other sons, 0. B. A.

L. of Greenville, S. and Freno of Norfolk, two daughters, Mrs. Thaney H. Russell of Hendersonville, and Mrs.

W. L. Dixon of Norfolk; a er, Paul Shipman of Landrum, S. three sisters, Mrs. Minta Greer of Hendersonville RFD 4, Mrs.

Lizzie Hayes of Columbia, S. and Mrs. Lou Summey of Hendersonville RFD 23 grandchildren and 24 dren. Mrs. C.

W. Paxton GLENVILLE, Feb. 28 Mrs. C. W.

Paxton, 79, died today at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. D. Robinson of Glenville. She was a member of Hamburg Baptist Church and the Order of the Eastern Star.

Funeral services will be held Saturday at 3 p. m. at Hamburg Baptist Church. The Rev. C.

C. Welch and the Rev. J. W. Myers will officiate, and burial will be in the church cemetery.

Her body will lie in state at half hour. Surviving in addition to Mrs. Robinson are four other daughters, Mrs. C. L.

Whitted of Donalds, S. Mrs. Fred Poole of Rock Hill, S. Mrs. Carl Pridmore of Startex, S.

and Mrs. Anne Bailey of Fort Smith, and a son, J. G. Paxton of Detroit, Mich. Moody Funeral Home of Sylva is in charge of the arrangements.

GROCE FUNERAL HOME (Formerly Dunn Groce) Phone 2-3535 1155 Haywood Rd. T. A. Groce, President AMBULANCE SERVICE Lewis Memorial Park The Cemetery Beautiful on 1 Beaverdam LEWIS FUNERAL HOME DIAL 5081 Dunn Er Williams Funeral Chapel 57 NORTH SPRUCE ST. DIAL 2-2767 AMBULANCE SERVICE Marshall Native Dies In Accident MARSHALL, Feb.

28-Charles Fleet Reid, 42, of River Rouge, was killed in an automobile mishap in River Rouge about 8:30 p. m. Wednesday. Complete details are not known but it was reported he was struck by a car as he was crossing a street. Bill Aimed At Pollution To Be Offered BRYSON CITY, Feb.

28-Swain County's State Rep C. R. Crawford has announced he will introduce a bill designed to end the pollution of the Tuchaseigee River which runs through Jackson. and Swain counties. The representative said that he proposed to include in it a oneyear time limit.

The stipulation will be that, in cases where the limit imposed a hardship, relief could be had through the courts. A recent bill introduced by another member of the House, on this same problem in the Neuse River sets the time at five years. Crawford said he thought a year sufficient time in the cases of the Tuckaseigee. The bill will probably be entitled: "An act to prohibit the discharge of raw sewerage, inindustrial waste and other noxious and deleterious substances into the water of the Tuckaseigee River or its tributaries which shall render said waters harmful to the public health and fish life." Ike Urges Full Backing Of Red Cross WASHINGTON, Feb. 28 UP) President Eisenhower tonight urged all Americans to support the Red Cross as "one of the finest ways to practice the principle of 'good neighbors' on A broad scale." The Red Cross, in its annual drive beginning tomorrow, seeks to raise 95 million dollars.

Asserting this is a nation of neighbors living in a world of neighbors, the President said: "Through the Red Cross we can all, acting together, be a mighty help to many neighbors in distress wherever they may be--across the street, across the nation or across the seas." Eisenhower's statement was recorded in advance for television and radio broadcast. Earlier, he issued a proclamation designating March as Red Cross Month and urging Americans to support the organization throughout the year. The 95 million dollars to finance the organization's relief activities at home and abroad in the fiscal year starting July 1 is the highest peacetime goal in its 76-year-history. It is 10 million dollars more than was raised last year. Miss Patterson, Native Of City, Dies In Calif.

Miss Vivienne Patterson, a nalive of Asheville, radio script writer and WAF Reserve officer in Los Angeles, died Feb. 21 in Los Angeles. She was a niece of Floyd McCanless of Asheville. Funeral services were conducted in Los Angeles last Tuesday. Miss Patterson had gone to California about 20 years ago.

She entered the Women's Army Corps in 1941, and was one of the first mempers transferred to the WAF when it was formed. She worked in the air photographic charting service and served as a major and squadron commander during the Korean War. Prior to her enlitsment, she was a secretary of the Paramount Pictures. In addition to her uncle here, Miss Patterson is survived by the mother Mrs. Florence Ada Patterson of Arcadia, and two sisters, Mrs.

Howard L. Soper of Arcadia and Mrs. John Keeffer of Beverly Hills, Calif. Stork To Help Treasury With Sales Of Bonds WASHINGTON, Feb, 28 P- The Treasury Department has enlisted the aid of the stork in its savings bond drives. The parents of each of the four million babies expected to be born in the nation's hospitals this year will get a letter from John R.

Buckley, national director of the Treasury's savings bond division, urging the regular purchase of savings bonds to protect the child's future. The Treasury's agreement with the hospitals was made through the American Hospital Assn. Grenade Kills 4 Boys HAVANA, Cuba, Fob. 28 Four boys, all under 10, were killed yesterday when a hand grenade with which they were playing ball exploded. Hendersonville Board Backs Teacher Raise HENDERSONVILLE, Feb.

28 -The Hendersonville Board of City Commissioners in a special meeting today went on record as approving the 19.31 per cent Increase 1 in teachers' pay recommended by the State Board of Education. At the same time the commissioners took issue with Gov. Hodges' proposal that counties and cities bear part of any salary increase and opposed two proposed methods of raising additional revenue which were suggested by the State Tax Commission. The question of a local supplement insofar as it relates to Hendersonville cannot be based on any business-like appraisal of our revenues and, at this time, appears to be financially impossible," the resolution said. The action termed "highly obnoxious" a recommendation that cities be authorized to impose a tax on the right to work (of out-of-city residents) and increased city taxes on automobiles.

The 19.31 per cent teacher salary increase "is unanimously and whole-heartedly considered as a matter of first importance and a thing that should be done," the resolution said. Stikeleather Offers Bill To Clarify Tax Records Special Citizen RALEIGH. Feb. 28 Senator James G. Stikeleather today introduced a bill designed to clarify and make definite the tax records of Buncombe County and the City of Asheville in the matter of uncollected taxes for the years 1951 through 1955.

The bill provides that the annual records of uncollected taxes for those years shall be declared the official records, of unpaid taxes upon adoption by the County Board of Tax Supervisors of a resolution adopting the "condensed tax scrolls" as the official record. It provides further that upon adoption of the condensed scrolls, all taxes due the city and county for those years which do not appear as unpaid or unassigned on the scrolls shall be "conclusively presumed to have been paid." The tax collector for the board would not be responsible for the omission from the scrolls of any unpaid taxes for those years. 'Tea House' Applauded By Capacity Audience By DON GROOMS Legitimate theater received a strong boost last night when Asheville Community Theater brought "Tea House of the August Moon" to William Randolph School auditorium. The 33-member cast played to a packed house 011 opening night; and after hours of oriental philosophy and comedy with a touch of pathos, the cast was brought back for several curtain calls. Jim Hamilton led the long list of characters as Sakini, the native interpreter.

Jack Stamberger portrays Captain Frisby, a man who fails at teaching democracy academically, but makes his Okinawa village a model for the world. He brought a vividness to his role. Holmes Bryson Jr. played Col. Purdy, who found a regulation to cover every action; Doriana D'Aragona was Lotus Blossomshe was a present for the Captain; James Hicklin became the democratic chief of police because I everyone was afraid of him; and Alwin Holtz played Captain Lean, the psychiatrict who let down his hair.

Much credit is due Virginia Smith, stage manager. Anyone who can put a jeep on the William Randolph School stage deserves credit. But it didn't stop there goats, wheelbarrows. a wrestling match-and the tea house was constructed while the audience watched. Costumes were by Julia Stamberger, Luceba Britt, Bessie Ralston and Irene Walker.

The oriental costumes added color and atmosphere to the play. Outstanding efforts of the production staff, were always visible. The three-act play by John Patrick is based on the novel by Vern Sneider. Will Haas directed the ACT production. Sets were designed by Maurice Mooney and Don Sundquist.

Lighting was by Dan Bly, John Munter and Don Sundquist. The play will run through Saturday night. All seats reserved. Political, Civic Leader Dies At 89 FOREST CITY, Feb. 28- Robert K.

Hollifield, 89, former Forest City postmaster, member of the city council, business leader and former lumberman of Forest City, died at his home at Spindale Thursday at 2:30 p. m. Hollifield was engaged in several business enterprises in Forest City over, a period of years for long time was owner and operator of the Forest City Lumber Co. He was named a member of a board of governors by the 1909 General to set up Forest City's first water and electric power system. Hollifield served as postmaster of Forest City from June 1903 to August 1905.

Funeral services will be held at the First Baptist Church in Forest City Friday at 3 p. m. Norment Tells Of Need For Teacher Raise The need for increased salaries for North Carolina teachers was discussed yesterday by 0. L. Norment, Asheville city school music coordinator, at a meeting of the Asheville Optimist Club in George Vanderbilt Hotel.

Cecil Curtiss, president, presid. Harold Haden acted as program chairman. THE ASHEVILLE CITIZEN, ASHEVILLE, N. C. 28 Friday, March 1, 1957 Mrs.

Ellen McMahan WAYNESVILLE, Feb. 28-Miss Ellen Jo McMahan, 26, of Waynesville RFD 2 died in a Waynesville hospital at 8:30 a. m. today after a long illness. She was a daughter of Mrs.

Nora Padgett McMahan and the late John McMahan. Surviving in addition to her are four brothers, Crawmother, Charles, Elmer and Robert of Waynesville RFD and a sister, Mrs. Wesley Gibson of Waynesville. Funeral services will be held in Olivet Baptist Church at Maggie at 2 p. m.

Saturday. The Rev. Lawrence Parker and the Rev. John Finger will officiate, and burial will be in the Henry Cemetery, Pallbearers will be Hiram Caldwell, Vester McGaha, Edward Nelson, Alonzo McGaha, James Carver, Melvin Brooks and Joe Ward. Her body will remain at Crawford Funeral Home here until 11 a.

m. Friday and will be taken to the home of Charles McMahan to remain until time for the serv- ices. Jesse J. Rice Jesse Jackson Rice, 77, died yesterday morning in his home at 383 Biltmore Ave. following a long illness.

Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday Locust Grove Baptist Church in Buncombe County. The Rev. Leslie Edwards and the Rev. Perry Sprinkle will officiate.

Burial will be in the church cemetery. Pallbearers will be deacons of the church. Flower bearers will be members of the Young Women's Bible Class of the church. The body will be taken to the home at 10 a.m. today where it will remain until it is taken to the church to lie in state one hour prior to the service.

Survivin gare the widow, the former Miss Dora Davis; one duaghter, Miss Della Rice; one son, Perry R. Rice, both of the home; two sisters, Mrs. Pete Rice of Marshall and Mrs. G. M.

Lewis of Crew, two brothers, Will Rice of Marshall and Tom Rice of Weaverville. Holcombe Funeral Home of Mars Hill is in charge of arrangements. George C. Boring WAYNESVILLE, Feb. 28-Fu neral services for George C.

Boring, 62, of White Oak Community, Haywood County rural leader who died yesterday, will be held in Pigeon Baptist Church at 2 p. m. Friday. The Rev. Pete Hicks, the pastor, will officiate, and the Rev.

Kay Allen will assist. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Pallbearers will be Teague Williams, Robert Davis, Ed Messer, Medford and Ray Hannah and Hobert Franklin. His body wil remain at Crawford Funeral Home in Waynesville until time for the services. Joe Stokely Shelton MARS HILL, Feb.

28 -Funeral services for Joe Stokely Shelton, 67, who died Wednesday in Limestone, will be conducted Friday at 2:30 p. m. in Upper Laurel Baptist Church. The Rev, Horace Hunnicutt and the Rev. Jay Blankenship will officiate, and burial will be in the church cemetery with members of the Odd Fellows Lodge of Flag Pond, serving as pallbearers Lloyd Riddle MARSHALL, Feb.

28 Lloyd Riddle, 60, of Flag Pond, RFD 1 died at 9:45 a. m. today at his home after a short illness. He was a farmer and a life-long resident of Foster Creek, Madison County. Surviving are a son, Woodard of Flag Pond RFD two daughters, Mrs.

Bynum Frazier of Asheville, and Miss Tilda Riddle of Flag Pond RFD and four brothers, James of Flag Pond RFD 1, Grant of Mars Hill, Richard of Fairview, and Tom of Burnsville. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p. m. Saturday at Laurelton Chapel Baptist Church. The Rev.

J. B. Brigman will officiate, and burial will be in the church cemetery. Pallbearers will be friends of the family. His body will be taken to Woodard Riddle's home at 1 p.

m. Friday. Mrs. Ada Wood BARNARDSVILLE, Feb. 28 Mrs.

Ada Chapman Wood, 76, of Barnardsville RFD 1, died at her home at 7:3 a. m. today. Surviving are her husband, Lonnie Wood; three daughters, Mrs. Bert Styles and Mrs.

Glenn Burrell of Barnardsville, and Mrs. Frank Browning of Logan. W. a son, Elmer R. Wood of Vicksburg.

a sister, Mrs. W. B. Smith of West Asheville; a brother, M. A.

Chapman of Canton; and four grandchildren. West Funeral Home of Weaverville is in charge of the arrangements. R. A. Peake BURNSVILLE, Feb.

28-R. A. Peake, 84, a retired carpenter, died at his home in Green Mountain today following a long illness. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2:30 p. m.

at Harris Memorial Presbyterian Church. John Forbes will officiate, and! burial will be in the church cemetery. Surviving are his wife, the for. mer Miss Cora Bennett; four daughters, Mrs. Ed Wallace and Mrs.

W. H. Gornto of Green Mountani, Miss Augusta Peake of Brooke Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas, and Mrs. Clifford Wrenn of Carter, N. three sons, Ed of Bluefield, W.

Bill of Elk Park, N. and Sam of Knoxville, two sisters, Mrs. Ben G. Pittman of Spruce Pine, and Mrs. Lillie Randolph of Erwin, four brothers, Jim of Erwin, Rex of Bakersville, and Rube and Hubert of Norfolk, 11 grandchildren and eight great children.

Holcombe Brothers Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Paul Daves Paul Daves, 35, a Morristown, merchant, and nephew of Miss Lucy Daves and Miss Aletha Daves of West Asheville, died Wednesday in Morristown. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. today in Kingsport. Surviving are the parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Richmond Daves of Pearisburg, two brothers, Millard Daves of Grand Rapids, Mich. and Guy Daves of Kingsport. Mrs. W.

N. Dorsey Mrs. William N. Dorsey, sister of Mrs. G.

C. King of 311 Kimberly died yesterday Reidsville following an illness of several years. Mrs. Dorsey was a frequent visitor to Asheville prior to her illness. Funeral services will be conducted in Shelby tomorrow.

Mr. and Sirs. King will attend services. Mrs. A.

S. Alley Mrs. A. S. Alley, mother of Mrs.

A. K. Wilson of Asheville, died Wednesday night in a Statesville hospital. Mrs. Alley was a resident of Troutman.

Funeral services will be conducted there today in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church. Burial will be in St. Michael Cemetery. Loyd Riddle Loyd Riddle, 58, died Tuesday morning at his home in Flag Pond, following a brief illness. He is survived by one son, Woodard R.

Riddle of Flag Pond; and two daughters, Mrs. Ida Frazier of West Asheville and Miss Tilda Riddle of the home; five brothers; two sisters and a number of nieces and nephews. Arrangements were incomplete. Ralph Hooper Services for Ralph Leroy Hooper, 34, an electrical engineer of Asheville, who died Tuesday night on a flight from Panama City, Fla. to New Orleans, will be conducted at 11 a.m.

tomorrow at Merrimon Avenue Baptist Church. The Rev. B. G. Bass and the Rev.

Nane Starnes will officiate. Burial wwill be in. Brasstown Cemetery, near Cullowhee. Graveside rites will be conducted there by the Rev. Dillard Wood.

Pallbearers will be Jack Marlow, Dr. B. L. Harpe, Jack Piercy, George Smith, Rupert Dillingham and Dr. McK.

Hooper. The body will remain at Groce Funeral Home until it is taken to the church to lie in state 30 minutes prior to the service. Hooper died shortly after the plane took off from Tyndall Air Force Base and almost at the same time John Griffin, a Wewahtichka, businessman and also a passenger in the plane, died. Mrs. Reuben Lee Funeral services for Mrs.

Reuben F. Lee, 82, who died in a hospital here Wednesday, will be held at 2 p.m. today in Central Methodist Church. The Revs. E.

H. Blackard and Walter Thompson will officiate, and burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. Her body will lie in state an hour prior to the services. Pallbearers will be Charles and "Troy West, Kenneth, Charles Jr. and William I.

Lee, Paul and Gordon Jones and Clyde Ballard. James S. Reno CANTON, Feb. 28 Funeral services for James S. Reno, 87, of Beaverdam Community, who died yesterday, will be held at 3 p.

m. Friday at Beaverdam Methodist Church. The Rev. V. N.

Allen the Rev. L. B. George will officiate, and burial will be in the church cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Gor don, John and Troy Reno, Bur.

and Ned Henderson, Jimmy West, Bobby Ray Worley and John Robert Williams. Flower bearers will be granddaughters. His body will remain at Wells Funeral Home until to be taken to the church to state time, 30 minutes prior to the services Dr. Clarence Kerr TRYON, Feb. 28-A memorial service for Dr.

Clarence V. Kerr, 79, of Tryon, who died here yesterday, will be neid Saturday at 2:30 p. m. at the Congregational Church of Christ. American Stock Exchange NEW YORK, Feb.

28 (AP)--Following is a list of major stock and bond actions on the American Stock Exchange today: Sales Net hds. High Low Last Che. Acme Prec .40 10 10 Adam Con ,50 Aeronca MEg 10 Ainsworth 14 834 81 4 AirW Ind Ajax Pet 20 13-16 Ala Gas 1.60 13 31 Alaska Airl Alleg Airl Aeg Cp wt Alied Art Am LaundM Am Marac Am Petrof A 14 15 15 15 Am SealK z250 Amurex Oil Ld 1 9-16 Ang Lau A Ark Oil Ark La Gas 1.20 489 20 Armour wt Arm Rub A Aro Equip 1 18 18 18 Assoc Art Atlas Cp wt Atlas Bailey Sel Plywd 8 Bald Sec Banff Oil 16 2 11-16 Barium St 68 Bellanca 1.62t 10 Braz Tract 41 Breeze Cp Brit Am Oil 28 Brit Petrol 136 19 Brown Co 16 16 16 Brown FDis Brown Rub BSF Co 915 But Eclipse 1.20b bunker Hill 1.20 Burry Bisc Super Calg Ed .10 Cal El East Pw Av .76 .250 13 Calv 4 4 11-16 Campb Chib 66 Can Sou Pet 58 AtI Oil 30 6 7-16 6 5-16 Cdn Homestd 2 1 15-16 1 15-16 1 15-16 Cdn Marconi 8 Canso Nat Gas 21 1 9-16 1 9-6 Canso Oil Prod 68 31 Catalin 2 Cen Explor 23 4 9-16 Chesebrough 3a z100 77 77 City Auto 1.20b Clarost Mfg Coast Oils 21 2 Colonial Sd Con Cuban Pet Con Diesel .50 6 Con Electro Con Gas Ut .90 Cons Cont Air .50 10 Cott Bever Creole Pet 86 86 86 Crown CPet 1814 181 Cub Am Oil Cub Atl Sug 1 191 Cub Ven Oil 131 2 Daitch CD .60 DavenpHos z100 Det Gray Ir .20 21 Devon Oils 195 Dome Expl 16 10 Draper 1.60 Expl .25 Duke Pow 1a DuMont Lab Duval Sul 1.25 35 25 Dynam Am .40 East 1.60 20 El 1.90e 36 28 Emery Air 9 14 Equity Cp 57 3142 Erie Forge 10 Eureka Cp 12 3 11-15 11.16-1-16 FairchCam Fargo Oils 26 3 11-16 3 11-16 Firth Sterl 241 10 956 Fly Tiger 14 814 8 FordM Can A 5 107 Ford Ltd 13 4 9-16 4 7-16 4 9-16 Fox DeLuxe 251 Gelman Mfg 18 419 Firepis Gen Plywood qGen Stores Giant Yell ,15 Gen Alden 29 Godfied Con GL Gray Mfg Pac 153 10 10 1523, 10 Gt Lak 214 Grid Frech Hazeltine 1.40h 333 Hecla Min Hevi Duty El .60 161- Hoe Co A1 Holy Corp 32 Horn 1.60 234 Humble Oil 2.40 113 113 Hydromet 1.12t 124 Hygrade Fd id ImpCh Ind Imper Oi 1.20a InsCoNA 2.50b z350 94 IntPetrol ,35 13 50 Int Resist .20 54 Jupitre Oils 13 1 15-16 1 15-16--1-16 Kaiser Ind 1234 131 Kawecki Chem 7250 Kingston Pd .20 23 Kirk Kropp For Minerals 1 1-16 Lake Lakey Shore Fdy 52 8 Lear .30 Leonard Ref 1612 Liberal Pet 6 2 7-16 Litton Indust 3354 1.20a Lynch Cp .60 10 10 McDon Aire 18 Mead John 1 Menasco 20 Merrill Pet 137 133 Mesabi. Iron 49 49 Mich Sugar Mid Sta Pet 85 Midw Pip 1 18 Min Cp Can 1.10e Molybden Can 12 Molyb Corp .60 Muntz TV Muter Bell Co Nat Nat Petrol 5 Nat Un Eec 076 NewBrist Ois 31 13-16 Brit Eng Oil 8 z210 26 2 136 1-16 2. 136 21-16 1-16 qN Clock 7 Irria Min 25 13 NJ Zine 1.50 15 391 39 39 Pac 19 1 9-16 1 9-16-3-16 Park Min Hond 1.758 2.350 78 75 Nickel Rim 71 4 1-16 3 13-16 CROSSWORD ACROSS 4.

Boston's 1. Bleat Williams 5. Substance 5. Twin crystal in ale 6. Confederate 9.

Scotch hero 7. Sheltered 10. Wide- side awake Journey 12. Lubricated 9. South 13.

Lucid Africans 14. Greek letter 11. Banal 15. Like ale 15. Olympic Sales (Hds.) Righ Low.

Last Che. Ninsing Ketay Mns 2 2 13 13-16 2 13-16 2 13.16-1-10 Nor Can Oils 28 5 7-16 5 9-16 1-10 Noeast Air: 10 Northspan Ur 140 Nuclear Am Oceanic Oil NiclearAm. A Ogden O'okiep Corp 2.79g z200 85 85 Pac Petrol 122 Pan Israel 145 Pancoast Pet 127 Panetp Oil 29 Pepperell 3a 55 1 9-16 1 55 9-6- Peru 21 Lake 6 250 PrestEDome .08 56 8 7-6 8 9-16 ProgressMf 1414 .20 Reiter Fost 1 Rem Arms Rio Gr VG Rome Cable 1.40b Royalite Oil .26 184 Ryan Pet St Lawr Cp 1 26 Sapphire Pet 20 1 9-16 1 17 9.16 Scullin StI 1.20a 17 17 Air Servomech .40 10 Shat Denn 19 Shaw 2 7.300 87 87 87 Sherw Wm 4.50a 2 Siboney Pat Carib 240 Singer Mic 2.20 Slick Airw Sonotone .28 So Penn Oil 2a Std Dredg Std Fact .36 Std Indust Sid Packaging 12 113 Std Prod Sid Shares .800 Starrett Cp 15 Sterling Inc Sterl Stinnes Pree Hugo Super Tampa El 1.20 Technicolor Texam Oil ThewShov 1.60a 42 ThiokolCh 1.75t Thomp Star Toklan Oil TranCub Oil Trans Emp 10 2 5-16 Trans Lux Tri. Union Conti Can wt 1.40 Unit AircP .25 Unit Asbest 6 1-16 6 UnitShoeM US Air Cond US Foil US Vitamin .80 Unitronica 15 Universal Cp 1.60 Utah Id Sug Van AI St 2.60 Van Norm wt Vinco Corp Vulcan Sil Ld 1.40h 28. Waltham Watch Webb Knapp Leasehld White Eagle Int Will McW .50 Woodley 73.

WrightHar 26 1 5-16 1 5-16 1-10 Zapata Pet 5 16 BONDS BosEd 2.75570 90. ItalPw R6.5sct 6 92 92 ChiTrAu 3.75578 ON 4 3.5565 92 92 NatResearch 5576 2 103 103 103 OhioPow 3.25568 19 Peru 3597 1 50 50 50 WasatchCp 68634 8 Approx Am Stock Sales 680.000 shares. Stock Sales Year Ago 957,925 shares. Approx Am Bond Sales $70.000. Bond Sales Year Ago $129,000.

Mutual Funds NEW Association Aberdeen Affil Fd Am Bus Am Mut Asso Fd AtomDv AxeH Axel A AxeH Stk Axe Scien BlueRid. BostonF BroadSt Bullock Calif Fd Can Gen Con Fd CdnIGrt Cap Vent Cent Shr ChemFd ColonEd Com Inv ComStk CompBd CompFd Concord Consinv CrownW de Vegh DelaFd DiverGr Diverinv DivTrE DividShr Dreyfus EatonBa EatonSt Electron Equity Fidelity F.I.F FoundMu Frank PE Fnk Com Fundinv Gasindu Gen Cap Geninves GROUP Auto Aviat Bide Cap Gr Chem ComSt Elect Food Ful Ad Gen Bd InMch Inst Bd Merch Mining Petrol RR Bd RR Eq RR St Steel Tobac Utilit Grth Ind Guardi'n Ham he Haydock Ham hda Hudson IncFound IneBost IncorIne Incorinv InstitBk Foun Inst Grth Instit Inc YORK. Feh.28 (AP) (National Securitics Dealers. Inc.) Bid Askedinstinsur 12.13 13.27 1.54 1.69IntResour 4.40 4.81 5.70 6.16 Inves Am 8.97 9.81 3.77 4.02 Inves Bos 9.92 10.34 7.98 8.72 Johnston 20.46 20.46 1.49 1.64 KEYSTONE: 15.46 16.87 Cus B1 24.70 25.78 5.47 5.95 Cus B2 24.17 26.37 7.87 8.55 Cus B3 17.25 18.82 3.67 4.01 Cus B4 10.08 11.00 9.77 10.62 Cus K1 8.47 9.24 10.99 11.95 Cus K2 11.73 12.80 20.79 22.35 Cus S1 14.83 16.18 15.11 16.34 Cus S2 11.06 12.07 21.11 22.82 S3 13.35 14.57 12.17 13.34 Cus S4 9.24 10.09 6.84 7.48 Keys Can 11.45 12.39 12.76 13.79 Knickerb 5.97 6.55 18.97 20.53 Lexingt unavailable 7.36 8.04 Life Inv 14.00 15.00 5.30 5.81 Life Stk 5.42 5.91 22.03 23.82 LoomSay 41.72 41.72 15.13 16.36 MANAG FUND: 9.61 10.43 Auto 5.00 5.51 8.85 9.62 Elect 2.39 2.64 12.10 13.15 Gen Ind 3.69 4.07 unavailable Metal 3.36 3.70 unavailable Paper 3.85 4.24 13.60 14.70 Petrol 3.08 3.40 16.50 18.00 Specl 2.68 2.96 6.44 7.05 Trans 3.08 3.40 64.00 67.00 Man Bond 7.21 7.90 10.51 11.55 Mass Tr 10.84 11.72 12.09 13.25 Mass Grt 10.04 10.85 8,61 9.44 MassLife 37.36 40.39 15.44 17.50 Mut Inves 9.18 10. 8 2.59 2.84 Mut Shrs 14.43 14.43 8.42 3.24 3.52 21.30 22.78NatWSec 18.33 19.83 19.94 Inves 0.37 10.13 4.65 5.03NAT SEC SER: 6.76 6.98 Balan 10.32 11.28 13.63 14.74 Bond 6.45 7.05 3.69 4.05 Divid 4.54 4.96 7.30 7.97 Pf Stk 8.22 8.98 6.64 7.28 Income 5.85 6.39 9.85 10.80 Stock 8.37 9.15 15.35 16.82 Grwth 6.17 6.74 14.24 15.56 New Eng 19.85 21.46 11.75 12.70NY Canit 31.50 33.50 7.05 7.66NCE Sh 9.21 10.07 SEC: Phila Fd 17.28 18.86 8.74 9.58 Pine St 20.99 21.20 10.76 11.79 Pioneer 14.07 15.29 5.88 6.45 PriceTR 29.30 29.60 8.24 9.03 Puritan 6.41 6.93 11.10 12.16 Putnam 11.97 13.02 10.94 11.98ScienNuc 11.03 11.99 6.51 7.14ScudCan 44.875 47.125 5.62 6.17ScudSC 34.27 34.27 8.17 9.28Scud Stk 22.17 22.17 7.90 8.76 Selec Am 8.42 9.11 11,33 15.71Sharehld 10.87 11.75 8.53 8.89Smith Ed 13.33 14.61 9.80 10.74Sw Inves 11.63 12.71 8.59 11.91 13.05 11.34 2.59 12.42State 2.86Stein St 38.50 41.00 RF 28.30 28.31 5.89 6.16 Sterl Inv 10.92 11.55 9.35 10.24Telev El 11.24 12.25 16.75 18.33Templetn 21.00 23.00 4.07 4.47TexasFd unavailable 8.71 9.541n Accu 10.75 11.68 14.71 15.15Un Cont 7.78 8.50 16.13 16.63UnIncom 9.61 10.45 74.21 4.61 Un Scien 10.32 11.28 24.09 24.0% UnFdCan 15.86 17.24 4.17 Val Line 9.93 6.48 15.28 16.52Van Line 5.93 6.48 2.43 2.66 Vall.Spl 2.63 2.87 9.55 10.44 VanSt 10.62 11.56 unavailable WallSt In 7.01 7.66 unavailable Wash Mut 8.37 9.15 10.52 11.51 Wellingt 12.68 13.83 10.23 11.19 Whitehall 11.43 12.36 10.60 11.60Wisconsin 4.95 5.35 6.94 7.60 Poultry State and Terminal Markets yesterday as reported by the Western N.

C. Office of the Division of Markets. N. C. Department of Agriculture, in cooperation with the U.

S. Department of Agriculture. North Carolina: Live Poultry--Market firm for broilers or fryers; supplies short: demand good. Prices at farm: Broilers or fryers lbs. 18-19 cents: 199.000 head-41 per cent at 18; 11 per cent at 19; 48 per cent undetermined.

While rather sizeable portion of today's trade was reported at 18 vious commitments. Heavy hens 15-18 cents most of this was A based on premostly 16-17 cents. North Georgia: Live Poultry -Market firm: offerings and supplies adequate to short of A good demand. Trading active, Receipts normal. Prices at farm: Broilers or fryers lbs.

19-20 cents: 207.600 head-18 per cent 19 cents: 36 per cent 20 cents: 46 per cent undetermined. F.o.b. plants: 000 head-46 per cent 20 cents: 54 per cent undetermined. Asheville: EggS -Market steady: offerings moderate: demand fair. Prices paid producers: A large 33; A mediums 30 cents per dozen.

NOTICE OF SERVICE OF PROCESS BY PUBLICATION NORTH CAROLINA BUNCOMBE COUNTY IN CITIZENS THE GENERAL COUNTY COURT FUEL COMPANY VS. BERTHA M. SEMINOFF To the defendant above named. Ber. tha M.

Seminoff: You are hereby notified that a civil action menced in entitled the as above has been com: General County Court of Buncombe County by Citizens Fuel pany against you: that a complaint has been filed in said action seeking relief you the nature of the relief being sought being recovery of the sum of $177.47 with interest thereon at the rate of per annum from and after February 24. 1956 until paid and the attachment and sale of your property situate In Buncombe County. North Carolina. for the satisfaction of said indebtedness. the said property being in briefly described as two lots located the City of Asheville.

Buncombe County. on the Eastern margin more Avenue and intersection of the Northern margin of Granby Street being Lots 5 in and 6 as shown on a plat registered Deeds for the Office of the Register of 2 Buncombe County in Plat Book Page 65. You are further notified that you required to make defense to such plead. are date not later than April 15. 1957.

said ings being the date when. after pletion of as service of process by time lication provided by G. 1-100. the for answer expires as provided by S. 1-125 and VOU Are further defense notified as that upon aforesaid your failure to make the plaintiff will apply This to the the 21st court for the relief sought.

day of February. 1957. EDNA C. TURNBULL Asst. Clerk of the (3784) Feb.

22; March 1, 8 Court 15, 1957, General County Suspension Won't Affect Swain Plans BRYSON CITY. Feb. 28-The temporary suspension of the federal build-lease program will not affect the planning work on the proposed federal building here. U. S.

Rep. George A. Shuford in a recent letter to Swain County citizens, said he was advised of this by Government Services Administration in response to his inquiry. Under the suspended program, federal buildings are built by private enterprise and leased to the government. Rep.

Shuford said GSA advised: "We propose to complete studies and submit additional urgently needed projects for consideration and approval under the law." The building here would house federal agencies serving the seven-county southwestern N. C. area. Among these would be offices and a courtroom for the U. S.

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In this sample A is used for the three L's, for the two 0's, eta. Single letters, trophes, the length and formation of the words are all hinta Each day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram Quotation WKT LSUTHLMY TFELAF EKVF1 YLPT STWTVH. EWHTMSLFA WY KT BLFR Yesterday's Cryptoquote: THAT MAN IS THE RICHEST WHOSE PLEASURES ARE THE CHEAPEST THOREAU. Distributed by King Features Syndicate.

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