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   Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - October 25, 1954, Abilene, Texas                                 A' 7^  OWm  ®l)E    il^tportiv  "WITHOUT OR WIIH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES''—Byron  in *W T TTl HIT T HT ru  FINAL  VOL. LXXIV, fiO. 128  Associated Press (AP> ABILENE, TEXAS, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 25, 1954-ElGHTEEN PAGES IN TWO SECTIONS  PRICE DAILY 5c, SUNDAY 10c  Experis Due To Report on Park Program  Progress ret>ort on preparations for Abilene's $400,000 city parks development program is expected Tuesday morning.  City Park and Public Recreation Board will probably receive the information from Hare & Hare, park planning firm, at its regular 9;.W a,m. Tuesday meeting.  That announcement came Monday from City Park Supt. Scott Fikes.  Hare & Hare. Kansas City exports. are under contract to the! city for surveys and planning of the program here.  .Abilenians thi.s summer authorized issuance of $400,000 in city bonds for developing parks.  Armory Talk Due  "We shall probably have some discussion Tuesday about the National Guard armory,” Fikes said.  He stated that he hasn’t heard anything further about the controversy over the armory site.  The City Commission some time ago granted the state a 90-year, free lease on acreage in municipal Fair Park as the armory location. That was done after a long  Ike Extends Personal Welcome for Dulles  Norther Due By Tuesday  The    season’s first full-blown  norther was reported slowing down in New Mexico Monday . morning, delaying its appearance in Abilene.  repeated Tuesday before the norther hits.    •  Earlier the weather bureau had said temperatures would drop to about 50 degrees in the face of  forecast put the chiller due in here sometime Tuesday afternoon. The forecaster earlier in the morning predicted that it would arrive  ON THE SPOT—Pretty Judy Gibson of Denton pomes to the small white spot on the flank ot her registered  ...........    Jersey    heifer which almost cost her a chance to show the  dispute among park board mem-1 animal at Jhe State F'air in Dallas. Judges ruled the her.s. some of whom opposetl put-1 jjeifer’s registration papers would have to be corrected, ting an armory on city park land,    hurriediv sent the papers air-mail special delivery  to Columhus, Ohio, where they were corrected and sped back in time for the heifer to win a red ribbon.  Recently the commission offer el the National Guard a substitute armory site on land of the old Municipal .\irport east of town, i No change of .site ha.s l>een announced, however, by Guard officials.  Bids are being taken now by the State Board of Control for con-, struction of the armory m Fair Park. They will be received until    ^  Nov. 9 at 10 a m    i  Recreation Report    j  Fikes Will give the park board    '  Tuesday morning a report on the current city recreation program.  "There is good attendance at dant*e classes." Fikes said Mon-  The noon U. S. Weather Bureau ihe cold front sweeping down off  the snow-clad Rocky Mountains. Temperatures are not expected to rise Tuesday after the front hits.  Rainfall was reported Monday morning at Merkel, Stamford and  ICO.  Occasional light rain such as has been falling in Abilene and area since about 7:30 a.m. Mon-  FRIEND, TRY LEAVING HOTEL TO SEE TEXAS  LONDON (AP)—Writing from Dallas, a London columnist said his initial impression of Texas and Texans is a very poor one.  ‘T hate my first sight of them,” said Rex North, of the Sunday Pictorial, which claims a circulation of over 5 million.  He listed his objections to the Lone Star State and its citizens as: having to pay in advance for a hotel room.  Having to pay in advance for local telephone calls from his hotel. The lack of cowboys. He said the only one he found was sitting in an air conditioned bar.  Clyde,  Rain was forecast for all sections of the state as the norther moves through.  .An Associated Press story Monday morning said the norther  day is slated to continue todaybring 26-30 degree cold as tonight and Tuesday.|    struck the    Upper Panhandle.  Monday’s high of <i>-80 will be | j^ggdings of 32-40 degrees w'ere  forecast for the Lower Panhandle  Hagler Buddy Says He'll Be Released  Witnesses Missing In Windham's Trial  noon.  The missing witnesses are Mr and Mrs. Charles Straloy of Oplin.  By GEORGIA NEl-SON Reporter-News Staff Writer   ...........  The    absence    of    two    defense    wit-  day. "Enrollment in them    i.s near    ncs.^es Monday morning delayed ^    Mrs.    Straiey is    a sister of the  capacity, although maybe    two or    selection of a jury to try Ernest '    defendant    Both    Mr. and Mrs^  three more persons could Ih' ac- Wmdham of Baird, charged in' Straiey were ordereil subpoenaed men a    nf    attach-  cep-:.l”    U2nd    District    CouH    with    murder,    i    for Windham’s first trial in  He said memberNhip in    le(Vher-    Defense .Attorney Maury Hughes |    last    March    but    t) e suhpocnaes ments for Mr. and Mrs. btraiey.  craft and ceramics classes start-    of Dalia.s said he would ask for a    were    never    served on them.  and Upper Plains.  While the norther moved toward Texas, the state was drying out from widespread rains over, the weekend. The only rainfall reported in the last 24 hours was .49 inch at Lutkin.  Overnight minimum temperatures ranged from 49 at Dalhart to 74 at Galveston. Other mini-. ,    .    ,    ^    ^    mums included: El Paso 60, Dai-  After the special venire list    Houston    and    Tyler 68. Beau-  calleti. absentees and excus^:    Brownsville    69.    Midland  granted by the court left only 94,  names on the list.    '---  Judge Jones exiused all venire-11.30 until 1:30 p.m..  FORT WORTH tf^A former business associate of David Fred  FirsI Cabinet Meeting Due On Radio, TV  WASHINGTO.^i iiP-President Eisenhower today personally welcomed Secretary Dulles back from Paris, and arranged for the first nationally televised and broadcast Cabinet meeting in history to hear Dulles’s report on the West European defense agreement. The session will be at 7 p.m. (EST) Dramatizing the importance attached to the agreement, Eisen-how'er went to the airport, greeted Dulles and spohe of "a new era in Europe.”  1    The First Time  j It was the first time Eisenhower * has turned up at the airport to greet a returning Cabinet officer, even Uiough President Truman  ed small, but increa.sed There ctmtinuance if the two witnesses are still vacancies for others who cannot be found but he had not  Papers Is.'ued  .At the request ot Huglu?* .Mon-  w.<h ^0 e-iroH, he retwrted ! file<1 a motion for continuance atldjiy morning Presiding Judge.  ,\nyone wishing to join any class*      nf    Rr.rkenridi.e or-  sliouid call the City Recrcat’on Office Teteplwne 3-1271: or the City Park Office. Telephone 4-tt6.‘i5 About 100 people are enrolled in the fall recreatsun cla.'ses. Fike.> said.  State Calls 33 Witnesses ' The state has subpoenaed 33 witnesses for the current trial and| the defense asked for suhpoenaes  Flovd .tones of Breckenridge or-‘to be issued for seven.  4 Abilenians Injured in Oil  St. Clair told a Fort Worth Star-;    nearly always welcomed Secretary  Telegram reporter he wants to ^    of Slate Dean    Acheson w^hen  Hagler    Jr.    was    in    jail    at    Sulphur, i help officers "clear up this mys-    Acheson returned    from internation-  Okla., today.    He    said,    "they’ll    find    tery.” He said he didn’t know on  what basis Oklahoma officers arei  out pretty soon I didn’t have anything to do with it and let me go," Hagler. 36. is charged with murder in the death of a still-unidenti-  al conferences.  Dulles, in vbrief airport state-  holding him but "I don’t need ajment. said: lawyer. They’ll find out pretty "I do feel I can bring back soon I didn’t have anything to do  fied man whose charred body was with it and let me go.”  found in a burned station wagon near Davis, Okla.. Oct. 10.  Murray County Sheriff Leonard Monger’s wile confirmed early to-  The former business associate: day St. Clair had been held there is Frank A. St. Clair of Irving, j since yesterday morning. She Tex., near Dallas. Last week St. would give no other information Clair saia he followed Hagler to Oklahoma Oct. 8 for the purpose of returning Hagler to Fort Worth.  He said Hagler had told him he  words of good tidings, not merely in terms of documents signed but in terras of the spirit which animated our discussions, which marked. I believe, the beginning of a new era for Europe.” Eisenhower vigorously shook except to say Monger would be Dulles’ hand and patted him on the  back after the secretary walked down the ramp of the special four-engine air force transport which  Plane Seen To Hit Sea  Grissom Says He Vfon'i Run  idiT«l all.ichmcnlii ¡.-.iUed tor'.hi-m 1 Beforo calling the venire list    |y||(||Sn#  :«iid IVpuiy Sheriff l.eroy .-Vrnold | Monday morning Judge Jones ex- riBIQ mi||1«|n%  Ifit immediately to serve the pa- cused all witncivscs until 9 a.m.    ^  P'rs. An attaci’-n it is a    ,    Tuesday, mstructmg them ^    Four    .Abilene men were injured  vr.ier summot^iu n v, ine s wHo : di.'icuss the case with an>bodN    ^ separate oil field acci-  mav be taken into custody and cept the attornexs.    ^    dents  in Fort Worth today.  Meanwhile. Hagler was expected    ....  *    to be freed frorii county jail here  was taking a car to Oklahoma for!    today on $20,000 appeal bond fol-1    flew him from    Bermuda on the  a new salesman in    his asphalt    lowing an extradition order by!    last leg of his journey from Paris,  iirni.    Texas Gov. Allan Shivers. Last^    .As if to give    the center of the  Yeslerdav SI. Clair    showed offi-1    week Shivers ruled Oklahoma Is    stage to Dulles,    the President then  cers the ioute he took in Okla- —- - -......  -  homa. Last night, he turned up in Murray County jail in Sulphur. 1 in Oklahoma.  entitled to get Hagler in its cus-: walked some 50 feet away and tody. The murder diarge was filed stood alone while DuUes spoke  Malcolm Schulz is assisting ; Hughes in the defense. District -At-  'hi-pt confintxl untd called to tes-, tify if necessary  Krncsi Grissom, former Abilene! Wmdhain i.;-    ing, assisted by Dallas and Davis  I mayor, sauf today he would not muider of hi.N    V*    ’    Scarborough,    special prosecutors  '    .t.    „    i    ni.u    a;    »„irv.    the slnin brotiter lancn  . enter the rate for 24th dkstricl  .lohn died of a shot ixrod by Er-  PARIS .A—.A I .S Air Force C47 State Senator carr\iug 21 airmen has tanished;    Dgyul HatUlf of Stamford ne.^t from an automatic pistol  m a fight through stormy weather;    ^nly announced can.lidatc    his first trial at Baird which  from Rimie to i.yon. France, and— !    Truett Latimer of euued in a hung iury. Frncsl de-  even as the search fi»r it was under j    former State Senator mL rcd he did nnt intend to ki'i  wav-an unidentified plane was re-1 pg^ Bullock of Colorado City, have John, twried to have fallen into the Med-    considering aunounc- ^    Defendant    Calm  iterranean off Corsica Uxiay.  A workman in Morslglia. on the    '1'    , ,    .  west coast of tiu* French islami }    '  15,000 Catholics Sail Small Ships Away From Reds  James Wood. 21. 1342 North Third St.. was admitted Sunday to ,,,p lorney    Memorial    Hospilal    with  severe bruises on the back, right arm ana left leg.  f!e fell 25 feet from an oil derrick Sunday on a rig near Winters.  Co-workers said tliat Wood’s arm was caught in a cat line which whipped him 25 feet above the derrick floor, released him, and dropped him back to the floor .A hospital spokesman said Sun-  of that plane had been spoltevi ’jy U S. and French pilots searching for tlie C47, niissing since 5 p m Sunday.  Three ships of the U S 6th Fleet were dispatched to the area Meanwhile, I S , French and Italian planes and helicopters .-vtill  po.v.vible oundidacv >,    '1u,o,k    'riho    "mumà™    '    S.\1C,()N. Indochina. ,r - Atout nighrihai X-rays stowed no  • ■    ..    .    «am Nai quuu.    g    13    001) Vietnamese Roman Catho- fractures.  Second Hurt In Fall 1^ Ellers. 2060 Anson Ave., was admitted to Hendrick Sunday with an injured back.  Ellers, a roughneck for Norman D FitzGerald, fell from a derrick near Abilene,  .Austin Newman, 1841 North 43rd  Reds Say Ámerícon Cleared of Charges  briefly into newsrert, radio    and  television microphones at the    field  and was photographed by some 50 photographers and cameramen.  Afterw^ard. the President called over to Dulles: "You’d better come over here. Foster, you’re missing another chance to get your picture taken."  ,    Met by Ambassadors  VIENNA. Austria uf» — Hermann I closed Sept. 28 in Washington by! Dulles had been chatting with Field, a U. S. citizen who disap-1 his former jailer, Jozef Swiatlo. a ambassadors of some 14 West-peared in Red Poland in August j top official of the Polish secret po- gj-n European Allies who were also 1949, has "been cleared of ail ¡ lice until he fled to the West 10 i gj airpor», to greet Mm. charges and released frcmi pns- mouths ago. Field disappeared j Laughlingly, Dulles hastened at  after boarding a Prague-bound , fV|e President's call over to where plane at Warsaw.    j    Eisenhower was standing.    The  uun    VUUUUA.ACU    ww    Hermann Field is the brother of ■ President grabbed him  ties    disclosed    that    the    charges    j    Xoel Field, a former official of the j af«)- P<«ed for ^    ^  which led to Fields’    arrest    were    I    d. S. State Department who dis-; Pictures    h^.  "framed up by an American. appeared in Prague in May 1949. agent.”    j Noel Field’s wife Hería also dis-  Field will be given “full compen- appeared and they lai«r were sation” and action will be taken against all persons responsible for his arrest, the report said.  Fields’ secret arrest was dis-  on,'.' the Warsaw radio said today.  The broadcast said an investigation conducted by Polish authori-  reported under arrest in Hungary.  waiting limousine with Dulles beside him.  The President and Dulles drove directlv from the airport to the  The broadcast said a number of !  Polish nationals also were freed when Field was released.  thoughts and effort.^ and consider-alioti of my friends who lionored me by suggesting my candidacy for the State Senate.” Gri.ssom said. "But after thorough study of the matter. I have decided that 1 will not make the race.”  ; He was the second prominent  sence of .Tudge J Rj Black who Is  village of Van Ly. close to the  circled over the Mediterranean West Texan to take himself out of between Umsica and the French ^ .specuUilion in the race Saturday coast and over the Frenesí alps' F T McLaughlin. Snyder rancher set'king the C47. which was based ; and oilman, had announced that  at Mansion. England .See Story on Page 6 B.  he wviuld not run. pleadings of friends  despite the  ,    , (e.    .wp    i    CatHolic ceoter of Bui    Chu    and  rrcupevalmn from    .vconl v,e    ,ur    |  I...-    . .n,.riar    kill dv'Ua. The move »as    prompted    St..    another    oil field worker, also  Judse J.mes    «>'«1    »    by the app..arance of a small    fleet    ¡s    i„    Hendrick  iuA:'Vmef of 85    to to'n.sed '-'I'rettch naval ves.velsouts.de Ihe    .„rfer-in.l.iw.    Mrs. T J  iilone with the sitecial venire for. three-mile limit.    i    ^•owman. S57 Cypre,ss St.. report-  the selection of a ttirv. This makes I Hv'HS the "hite and >ello» .    had    to have his  a total ol 285. w'lue'h «luals the PfPal f>as. the refugws earr.^ bumb amputated in Anson Sat-  fecort size venire called in Tay-    ^    mght,  lor County for the murder trial ol |'ven Jt Jew water buftalo in Ihe.r    ».„rkinj:    on    a rtg__atout  Fred Ohienbusch m January ia>3  of I w ild rush.    .    12    miles    east    of Anson when a  French naval units, ''«rking    of    machinerv’    fell    or  EMPTY BOAT FOUND  ! around the clock, picked them up i as soon as their ov ercrowded craft ! crossed the three-mile limit. The  his hands, crushing the left thumb.  Newman, a driller for Sojourner Drilling Co.. was doing "fine ”  Search Continues for Body Of Anson Slaying Suspect  jvealed Edward.^ rcgislercvl there | I qjiliirii.'iv niuhf    I  .\n automobile rck.; tcfiM  T AKE BI FHANAX, O. t 23 - day imirning to aid the work    ^  Search * contimuHl Monday morn-j Edwards’ wife died Sept 19 of j Saturday night mg in Lake Buchanan lor the ^ byHot wound in their home in;    ,    .    ,1,-.  bodv of a possible drowning vie- the Sinclair community near An- Ldwards was found at    '  t^Nho may be Charles M Ed- Edwards wa.s found with al 'vas on the lake alone, the  bullet wound in his head at the  Jules Verne, a former submarine ^    his    sisier-in-law said  tender, and another French ship:    Ballard.    39. 229 Mulberry  took many aboard. Two American- received a gash in his head donated LSMs loaded 1.300 i sm^day in an oil field accident  ------------------- He    was    admitted    at    St .Ann  Hospital, where his condition w.as termed "good” Monday morning.  Ballard is a roughneck for To-ber-Uoleman & Carr Drilling Co of Midland Details of the accident were not available  THE WEATHER  MRS. SPANN GOES SHOPPING FOR FURNITURE FOR HOME  Mrs. Jimmy Spaim planned to go shopping Monday afternoon.  A representative of The Reporter-News was to go with her, to help her pick out furniture for her new  home.  It won't be long until the Spann home will be ready for the furniture. Floors should be sanded by Tuesday night Then Mrs. Spann can begin moving in.  Three painters worked Sunday to finish work on the house. They were H. W. Mann, G. Collins and E. B. Radney.  Abilene Builders Supply. 1182 North Third St., furnished all the inside paint. Textone and joint cement. Thompson Jewelers, 1042 North First St., donated an electric clock for the kitchen.  * In tbe car, Dulles handed the President a typewritten document of some 40 to 50 pages-HpresumaM ly a confidential report on the 15-nation Paris meeting.  Snow Falling In Colorado  DENVER .e—Snow flurries rode into Colorado today on the wings of a cold front moving down from Montana.  It was the first official snow oi the autumn for Denver although measuring only two-tenths of one inch. The flakes melted rapidly as they struck pavements.  CHEfl UMPUGN GUnUMMEIEI)  ward.s.  The oilman, about 40. whose home is near Anson, is charged with murder with malice in connection with the fatal shooting of his wife Sept. 19 at their residence.  He was frciMl on $2,3.000 bond aft er pleading innocent earlier this month m 104th  same time The Llano sheriff said the search began after a Lake Buchanan fisherman, Hei'schel Shelby, observed an empty boat on the south side of the lake.  Floating beside the boat were KV.» AVU..V.    „g.^tai,„v    can    and    a    hat    Shelby  Drstnct lourt al l  lU  sheriff said.  Water 25 Feel Deep Water where the btx^t was found is 25 to 3.5 feet det>p. The was too to 150 yards from shore.  The lake is about eight miles across at that point, but has no current Edwards’ mother Mis  I s l>l.e%HVM»\T Of iOMMlRll UJf XVUf R m Kf  \HII KNf    \ K 1MT\    »‘ânb  lo cU'ud> 'Vita    iHVAv nuil UkM r.. n Vhi*  at'ii-niv'Dj'i. uvniiiht m<l    Lí'h1í..uvM    /L||»0 P||iailC0  niiM Uijih    fh».» »Oormi»»«  1,058 (oni«hl G Hi.-.h Tut s,a.4A    .v  XOKTH CK.MMVl    TK\ VS Ç*nO    ¡ HOI STÖN  Both General and Major Chest (onlrihutions to Be Reported  „-The 17th aimuali Fla«s for publication of the to-viouviy. wurmfr ihi.k    Cixvier    vn    j 4:,.^ f »k- Tevs<; Assfl of ,Auto t*l aiiiouots raised M both general  northw. St v«ivrth»« Ijiie tonishi *n<! w    nieeuiig    01    tusr    -    -    .     i  and north ixtnuva* ruiski*> V if« showrrs pmancc Companies IS unrfeixvay ”'\\”:st*tV'\\s**'\*’«rti>'^cW>ud>.    Registration    began    ye^ler■  r*Bh«ndlf Ihi* afit'imvn CoWfr w ï»*n-  Edwaixis of Anson, was quoleti by j an Vbilenian as sa>ing Edwards n.t;h ,nd  part in the Sunday with grappling hiH»ks I he getrch ftarted early Sunday att ernoon. and continued until about midnight. Then the wind became high, and the searchers suspended operations until about 9 a.m. Monday.  Divers Join Search  Texas Rangers in Austin were  B.iwcom tlietni/ed someone fell s b>tt Anson shortly after lumn Sal * ^  urda> to go to Lake Buchanan tlie didn’t take his boat, but did  An.son.    fil    i  Sheriff    the    lake while re fueling the urda> to go to Lake Buchanan j su" e m  fcunty *;.ui toou,, ,uopU took ^    ^    ,    .  ' The sheriffs conclusion was take his boat moioi, nHc said, basini on the fact the caps were Anangements were lH.nng made off l>oth the motor gasoline tank and the floating gasoline can.  The unoccupied boat had been rented by Edwards, who apparently went out on the lake at 7 or 8 a.m. Sunday.  h.Andlf mul .v>uth IM«m* and w'U-r ut t |K4iik>>{k toniiîhl àttrt TufMla>, drsrof,«. m l'v»t>fr I'anhaitdlf *nd    I»  l uuvr raiihaitdh md I i>i*er .s.>uth riauw  I* "Hst cnu SOI vn tVMUvi. tlx vs * Cartb rKutd.i. «ai m lhu>    and  X ' uuiiKht \ 0«    m noiOi«fAt pv'f-  llun Tufkd*' Mchlfratf to Itfah ¡«>ulhr .it tnd-' tut tSf vv.r.-t knv M houli fiuU\l *t <  nd sn i i'st I .-  tK.wer HVTI KÎ s  foi the murder trial of Edwani.s John A Willoughby. Abilcnc at torney, said he had boon emjdo^ed j ^ by the dead woman's relatives as siH'cial prosecutor. He will assi.st I DisU Ally Tom Tinld Davis  I id ■ at t -tt» 4  « AQ  I yv  VIvn A M  fS  ti-'  SS  a  §8  d«  A check by the sheriff with Lake i Scartiorough. Abilene attorney, is  to provide divers Mon- i Pouil Com ta near the lake re-1 the defense kiwyoi.  « w  Id ;«»  II *3    *»  n    ••  lH«h lUKl l»8« ti«mtv*t»<uro*    h>r t»    hour*  imdwt at S Id    a m * and  Suniot laM    «>*ht ;v -iT I» m    sum wc    td  day * w • m    miuìH tom«hi    ■    .v r  K«fom»>fi-i    ir-o:    •>» at    i: W p m    t*  K«t«tt8tt tmutidiO *1 l¿ IS |»m.. »5  WHAT'S NEWS ON INSIDE PAGES  VtOLINT OtATMS -Of y CcW  OH' fate! tc 18 bet .fnq Q'^'ci troktof'. ore oi..' tithol    A  UNPOPULAR TAX Auto ova. iKiv $n6O‘'0 tn tosfs fo  Citv ''ooe UB-  TIST TU8I BAtltS RtqHt' A ‘oohics bo n fro'W 0'f<tK.'oi tn 1 ie*nination wtli he iti'-ltcv bv  th# Cbicoqo Bor Poq* 3 b PINCl STRADDLER l ->fml of the 84th Coogfess mov ho|pe oo  votes of pei’^tt who hove »wt mode up their mirxts Faq© 8-8  and major solicitations by Community Chest volunteer workers were announced at a meeting of division chairmen Monday morning.  Meeting primarily to discu>s  cafgains are scheduled to meet at 10 a m. Tuesday in Mack Eplen’s cafeteria for a discussion of bow the general solicitation work in the aits and crafts division can be concluded at am early date.  During the Mmiday morning meeting, division chairman Ed  contributions to date as compared Stewart. Jr.. said, "I think we with the goal, general solicitation should all consider that contribu-Co-Chairmen Don Sv'rivner and i tions publicised so far do not rep-Jcrry B, Morgan told the di\ i>ton resent all the money raise<i tor the chairmen that 24 per cent oi gen Community Chest on this years eral sohcitation cards haw bv'en budget.  worked, while about 40 tvr cent of "When the major gitis solicila-Ihe general solicitation goal has, non is reported, our overall pic-been made in arts and crafts only lure will be considerably better This is an increase over the and will indicate much more prog-amounts received from the same ress than is now apparent.’] contributors last year. Morgan ' Goal in this year's campaign is said, but added that this year’s, $110,000 for eight agencies. By goal is about 10 per cent higher n“on Saturday, when the Community Chest office closed for the  than last year's  Meeltaig Set Tuesday  Division chairmen and team  weekend, contributions had reached $13,748 19.  GOAL  <110,000  $100,000  •MMMHMMMIMMNHHH»  $90,000  $80,000  $70,000  $60,000  $50,000  $40,000  $30,000  $20,000  $10,000   

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