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SECTION 1 THE COURIER. JOURNAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1946. 17 Hubbard Files As G.O.P. Candidate For Congress; First to File Papers Is Veteran Of Botli Wars A veteran of both World Wars, Garland R. Hubbard, attorney, and the Republican nominee for Congress two years ago, yesterday filed with the secretary of state in Frankfort a formal declaration of his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Congress from Louisville and Jef ferso l County. Hubbard thus became the first to file in either party for the seat in the House Representatives now occupied by Emmet O'Neal, Democrat, who has indicated he will be a candidate for re-election. Others Expected to Run. By his action, Hubbard made a Republican primary election here August 3 practically certain. Others who have been consistently mentioned as probable starters are Aldermanic President C Paul Downard, who is being discussed as "organization candidate," and County Commissioner E. P. White, Jr., who declares he is in the race to stay. Also mentioned as possibilities are two other World War II veterans, John M. Robsion, Jr., son cf Kentucky's lone Republican C o n g r e s sman, Representative Robsion, Barbourville, and R. P. Dick" Watts, president of the Searcy Republican Club. Both, are attorneys. Counts on Veterans. It is doubtful if Hubbard will be given regular party organia-tion support, as represented by the leadership of Jouett Ross Todd, chairman of the Republican County Executive Committee, and Edward C. Black, organization chairman, so, if only one hn i V-. i i T.v Courier-Journal Photo, GARLAND R. HUBBARD. other candidate files against him and Hubbard remains in the race, that will make a primary necessary. In a statement issued before he went to Frankfort to file, Hubbard, a former president of the Louisville Bar Association, indicated he would depend strongly on the "veterans' vote" in his campaign, especially that of enlisted men. He pointed out that there are 57,000 veterans of World War II and 13,000 of World War I in Jefferson County, 65,-000 of whom were enlisted men. Served 27 Months. Hubbard, who served as a private in World War I and was discharged as a staff sergeant in World War II, declared: "These G.I.'s need, want and deserve representation in Congress. No one can fully appreciate or understand their hates and hopes, their doubts and desires, who hasn't lived with them. I feel that my 27 months' service as an enlisted man has intimately acquainted me with their problems and qualified me to work out satisfactory remedies." Two years ago Hubbard obtained organization support when the late Judge Arthur Hopkins withdrew rrom the primary race and won the Republican nomination but was defeated in the general election by O'Neal. He pointed out in his statement " that he was prevented by Army regulations from campaigning in his own behalf in the general election. For Full Production. Another part of his statement dealt with issues. He declared "the most urgent need ' of- the present is full production." This is no time, he said, "for strikes or slowdowns. Both labor and management must respect the public interest. The white-collar class salaried men, school teachers and " farmers have carried the heaviest tax burden ... I am closely associated with them , . . they must have real relief." Several of the 22 persons who signed Hubbard's declaration papers are members, with Hubbard, ' of the Republican County Executive Committee. The signers were Frank A. Ropke, William B. Furgersqn, Herman G. Jorris, Edgar B. Geiger, Joseph B. Ray, John S.'Petot, Edward J. Miller, Robert P. Bonnie, Robert J. Ball, Luther R. Stein, Gale DeCordre, Ben W. Cregor, James S. Shaw. A. J. Gianacakes, Z. Otis Single ton, j. j. Kavanagn, Charles E Keller, Frank E. Haddad, Jack Badesch, G. Dewey Detwiler, Bert A. wewnall and Lawrence F. Ber gamini. Dr. R. H. Felix to Speak On Psychiatry April 26 Dr. Robert Hanna Felix, onetime resident of Kentucky and now head of the psychiatric work of the United States Public Health Service, will speak at the 25th anniversary meeting of the board of directors of the Mental Hygiene Clinic at the Pendennis Club on April 26. The public is Invited to the dinner meeting, at 7 p.m., in the Pendennis ballroom. Reservations may be made at the clinic, 610 S. Floyd. Dr. Felix has served for a number of years as a specialist In neurology, psychiatry . and mental hygiene in the Public . Health Service, and Is now medical director and chief of the Mental Hygiene Division Served At Lexington. From 1936 to 1941 he was staff psychiatrist at the United States hcippital at Lexington, later becoming clinical' director and finally executive officer. To his recognized pre-eminence in the national field he added during this period a particular knowledge of psychiatric problems in this area. He will discuss developments In treatment of mental diseases during the war, and the responsibility of communities in dealing not only with accustomed civilian cases, but also with the vast cumber of service-connected illnesses, a responsibility Louisville has moved to meet in contributing funds for the new psychiatric V J 1 n St DR. ROBERT HANNA FELIX. division at the Norton Memorial Infirmary. . Dr. Felix holds degrees from the University of Colorado and Johns Hopkins, and is the author of many books and articles on psychiatric subjects. Klan Revived In Calif ornia As Cross-Burning Is Told Los Angeles, April 6. State Attorney General Robert W. Kenny disclosed today that the Ku Klux Klan has been revived In an isolated mountain resort community and announced he had subpoenaed the Township's constable "to report on the state cf law enforcement" in his district. Kenny said his investigators quoted a cafe owner in Big Bear Valley, lal4e retreat area in the San Bernardino Mountains 100 miles east of here, as saying: "We burned a couple of crosses. It brought results. It stopped' the sale of at least one property." He added that members of a minority racial group had been ordered to leave the valley. "The worst thing that could happen in Southern California, with unemployment prospects and racial tension, would be revival of the Klan," the attorney general declared, adding: "We intend to smash the organization before it gets started." Kenny announced that among those questioned was a Lancaster, Cal minister, whom he identified as a follower of Gerald L. K. Smith. He quoted the minister as asserting in a speech: "The Klan is here in Bear Valley to stay. We intend to form restrictive covenants here and elsewhere in order to hold the line of pure Americanism." Former Attorney Here Named to V.A. Post Howard O. Hunn, former Louisville attorney, has been ap pointed associate attorney of the Veterans Administration, Willard M. Hamblin, officer in charge, announced yesterday. Graduate of Louisville Male High School, University of Louisville and Jefferson School of Law, Hunn practiced in Louisville nine years before entering the U. S. Coast Guard in 1942. Jail Now Is 'Jailed. , Seattle, April 6 UP) The City Jail was quarantined today after one of about 210 prisoners was found to be suffering from smallpox. Books Open, Buyer Tells Price Critic Roser Says Purchases Exceeded Lowest "Offer City Controller Charles Roser's report yesterday that the pur chasing department had been buying Janitors' supplies for more than lowest prices drew from City Buyer Charles Klapheke the comment, "My books are open to the public." The controller's report to Mayor Leland Taylor and the Board of Aldermen listed 10 , purchase orders on which he . said Klap heke paid higher than cheapest market prices. The purchases cost the City $310 more than was nec essary, the report continued. Hasn't Seen Report. "I'm not afraid of the searchlight," Klapheke said. "but. not having seen his report, I would prefer to make my comment after I have read it. I've never been paid the courtesy of a copy of any report he has made to anybody about me." Roser's statement disclosed that he had made a report on other above-market purchases in De cember but "to date nothing has been done to correct such prac tices, but instead they repeatedly criticized our actions ... instead of co-operating." Veteran Blames Army In Sweetheart's Death Davenport, Iowa, April 6 (P) A discharged Davenport war vet eran who was quoted by police as saying the Army "taught us to kill," was held without charge in connection with the fatal stab bing today bf his sweetheart. Police Chief Reed Phillips said Charles W. Leonard, 39, who spent IZ months in Iceland, admitted he stabbed Alice Murray, 37 Davenport, "because I was madly in love and thought she was keep ing company with other men." Tidal Wave Toll Reaches 109. Honolulu, April 6 () The dis covery of more bodies of victims of Monday's tidal wave today. brought the number of known dead in the Hawaiian Islands to ioa. ADout 60 persons still are missing. v . , i ' i - ; " . ' ' ' ' ' ',J '.h' f , ' , to1iftYiiflrOTnftntfiffifl?riYirtMiinfcirfiriiinflfciiWlfnit,tfiiW $ Courier-Journal Photo. BEWILDERED mother cat looks askance as Miss Lavergne Taliaferro, 4619 S. Seventh, feeds a young rabbit which the cat adopted (thanks to vanilla extract)1 to add to her brood of three newborn kittens. The bunnies three of them are leading normal "kitten" lives under the care of the cat. Puzzled Cat Mothers 3 Bunnies With Own Brood A slightly confused cat at the home of S. W. Taliaferro, 4619. S. Seventh, is" playing mother these days -to a family of six half kittens and half rabbits. Kitty-mew as the Taliaferro family named her because her "meows" sound like, "mews" introduced her own proud trio of offspring to the world last Sunday. The following day, three newborn bunnies were discov ered in a field near by. The Taliaferros hit bn the Idea of doubling Kitty-mew's brood, but the moment mother cat spied the rabbits her ravenous feline appetite conquered her motherly instinct. She made a dive for the helpless bunnies and would have devoured them had not kinder hands intervened. Union Protests 'Antiunion Firing9 of Man Schools Deny Charge; Board lo Consider Case The Board of Education has received a letter protesting dismissal of a janitor as antiunion activity. Omer Carmichael, school superintendent, said the man "wasn't fired he eliminated himself by not showing up for work."' Herbert II. Monsky, attorney for the State, County and Municipal Workers (C.I.O.) Union, wrote that the janitor, James S. Mackay, 61, of 723 S. Sixth, was dismissed by William Bryant, chief custodian, "in direct opposition of the Board's ' announced policies pertaining to unionization of employees." Carmichael said Mackay was absent from his job "from Saturday to the Wednesday following," when a visit was made to his son's home in an effort to locate him. Monsky said Mackay was sick. The period of absence coincided with the street railway strike last month.. The protest will be handled "as a routine matter" at the next meeting of the board, said Sam D. Jones, business manager. Death News Causes Actress to Collapse New York, April 6 W Mrs. Mavis Miller, English actress, col lapsed at La Guardia Field upon her arrival from England today when told that her husband, former A.A.F. Capt. Donald Miller, had died In San Francisco Thursday from injuries received in an automobile accident. Known on the English stage as Mavis Villiers, Mrs. Miller had flown to this country after having been notified of the accident which occurred March 28. (0ix Phonograph Records WA 6435 . opposite brown hotel Y-T0 1 - Bunnies Are Fed Milk. The scent of vanilla extract turned the tables on nature, how ever. A drop on Kitty-mew s nose and another on each of the three bunnies did the trick. She sniffed suspectingly at the strange brownish "kittens" and decided they belonged to her. Since then, kittens and bunnies have received impartial motherly care from . the magnanimous mother whose arithmetic is a little rusty. She bathes the rabbits along with her own progeny every 2 or 3 hours. They find the food supply as readily accessible as do the kittens, although Miss La-verne Taliaferro supplements the bunnies' diet with milk fed through a medicine dropper. In contrast to the helpless kittens, whose eyes are not yet open, the young rabbits are full of life and frequently jump out of their basket-home to go wandering. When this happens Kitty-mew chases after them. But when she tries the regular method of picking one of them up she finds their neck stretches while bunny remains comfortably seated. The mystified mother then hovers over her adopted ward until someone lifts it back into the basket. What will happen when the young family gets a little older the Taliaferros aren't quite sure. Meanwhile, Kitty-mew and her dissimilar brood are a normal, congenial family. Personal LOANS '10- 300 Use ur experience, advice of ierv-ice to solve your financial problema. u. in a EiT5r 111 . 7 Tri-CitvLoanCo. ttHAU.r OWKtl nrtiMfh COM ZOO COLIMAN 1100 I.I. COINU ilo ... flflfaSOM WA 0711 tOU.. KY. Now Available! Old Reliable Laundry 1-DAY fP- Service on Shirts Open 7 A.M. to 10 P.M. Bring your bundle to. Hi S. 3rd Between Market and Main 5 Children Die In Blaze Sterling, Mass., April 6 (U.R) The five children of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Woodring were found burned .to death in their beds today after fire swept through their home and a young nursemaid fled in panic. The bodies of Winifred, 10; Patricia and Priscilla, 8-year-old twins; Francis, 6, and Carol, 5, were recovered. The young "sitter," 15-year-old Nancy Cutler, told police that she put the children to bed early in the evening and then went downstairs to read. She dozed off and awoke to, find the house full of smoke. She became panicky and fled to the near-by home of her mother, Mrs. Richard Cutler, who summoned firemen, but it was too late. OPTOMETRISTS Classes Eyes Fitted Examined PROTECT YOUR EYES When you work hard, play fair with your eyes. Glasses, scientifically fitted, . will help you do a better job. Get more enjoyment from your leisure. 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