Clipped From Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Page 2 — Fairbanks News-Miner, Saturday, Pec. 15, 1956 ESC Taking Steps to Repay 3 Million Loan; Borrow Back JUNEAU. Dec. 15, UP) —The Alaska Employment Security Commission tooK steps today to repay a three million dollar federal federal loan before the end of the trative matters. Only passing reference was made to the Supreme Supreme Court action earlier this week in refusing to hear further arguments in the Fidalgo Island year-and then immediately bor- ; Packing Co. case. TOW again the same amount. | A.total of 5650.000 Herb Rowland, public member funds has been of the five-man board of Commissioners Commissioners who set ESC policy, said payment of the three million million dollar note by Jan. 1 would in ESCj impounded byj court order pending settlement j of $507,551 in claims for unemployment unemployment compensation to em- ployes of the Fidalgo Island firm. prevent ~a"n "automatic increased Supreme Court interest payment due on the loan. The Supreme Court action UP- xwrf Mnn^v held lowcr court decisions which >eed Money ; sct asidp a 1953 regulation sta ting "Unfortunately, 1 Rowland said| the canner y workers were sen- at the conclusion of an ESC meet- L onal emp i oycs , an d not eligible ing here shortly before noon, for uncm ployment payments dur- ••we'll still need the money and ing tng non ." cann i ng season. will have to borrow it right back. Actually, it's a paper transaction —but it will save employers a lot of money in interest charges if the loan had remained continu- Commissioners attending the meeting, besides Rowland, were Charles Kidd of Sitka, Robert Dixon of Fairbanks, and John van Housen, Anchorage. ous. The board, acting in the ab scnce of one of its members, C. W. Snedden of Fairbanks, who was unable to attend the meet ins, directed Merrill Weir "t< take all steps . that the loan is paid, and then! renegotiated." j Continues Loan [ Weir, director of the ESC, recently recently returned from Washington and conferences there leading to a continuation of the loan for op- ^iRev.A.C.Zabriskie To Be Ordained necessary to see jTftmftrriOW s aid, and then! I OITIOrrOW The Rev. Alexander C. Zabriskie Zabriskie Jr. of St. Matthews Episcopal Episcopal Church will be advanced to the sacred order of priesthood at a 7 o'clock service in the church tomorrow evening. agency. The meeting of commissions crating purposes by the Alaska' The ordination ceremony will ' be performed by the Rt. Rev. William William J. Gordon Jr., bishop of the missionary district of Alaska. The Rev. Richard Simmons of Minto | who was made a priest Dec. 7 will be one of the clergymen taking taking part in the service tomorrow. were dealt mostly with adminis- New at the Esquire Club (3/4-Mile Rich. HEway) CONGENIAL DANCING —HOSTESSES— Your Hosts Eva Beree Jack Perry Others Assisting Others- assisting will be the JRev Richard T. Lambert, rector iof St. Matthews; the Rev.^Lee jSiratman, Nenana; the Rev. Rob- I ert Green, Tanacross; and the :Rev. Norman Elliott, Fort Yukon. Yukon. Lt. Roger Craton o£ Ladd iAFB will also participate. A reception will be given in Tonight 'Live' Entertainment AT THE the parish hall by wives of wardens wardens and vestrymen of St. Matthews Matthews after the ordination. The Rev. Mr. Zabriskie came here last summer from Virginia. A graduate of Princeton University, University, he also studied at Cambridge, England and received the_doctor of divinity degree at Virginia Theological Seminary. To be ordained a priest in the Episcopal church, a minister must be a college and seminary graduate graduate and must have served as a deacon "for at least six months. The ordination must have the approval approval of the rector, vestry and oishop, and testimonials must be submitted regarding character and scholastic records. Ordina- tion is an action by the entire hurch, with all members taking part in the service.