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two BLYTOTVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAT 18, 1949 Newsmen Silent* About State Jobs l«Hi Decline Comment On Holding Positions With State Agencies From Montevideo to Montevideo ALBANY, N. T., May 18. Two ttat* capitol newspaper reporters declined comment yesterday on a Chicago Dally News story that they,, have . been drawing pay for part-time public Job*. Tb» reporters are Raymond I. Borat.' and John C. Cra'ry. Albany eorre«pondents for the Buffalo, N. Y., Evening News and the New York Sun. r**p*ctively. The' Chicago Dally News, in a story Saturday, listed Borst Crary and Leo W O'Brien of the Albany Times-Union and Internal lonal News Service as on the public payroll, Borst and Crary were out of the city when first sought for comment on he story. The ^aily News and the St. Louis PostfDlspatch previously had reported that approximately 50 news- paoermen were on the Illinois Stnte payroll from 1948 to 1948 and had re •Mved stale paychecks lotMInK nearlv S480.0OO. : Regardinz the New York news- pBP'rmen. the Daily News said: "Borst is a member of the Hudson River Regulating District Honrd. Since his aonohitnient in 194' by Governor Dewev he has served two years as president, thp -cmalnder of the time as a hoard member. "As president he drew 83.150 a year. His board member pay for the first two vears was $10 a mect- inj;. This later was raised to $25 a meeting. "Borit has submitted his resignation. DeweT left for Europe May « without acting upon It." Asked to Choose The Daily News said that "»t the Buffalo Fvenlni? News it was explained that some time aso Borsl was a»ked to choose between his newspaper Job and his state position He agreed then to submit his resignation.from the Hudson River Regulating District Board." A spokesman for the Buffalo Evening News commented Saturday that the newspaper had been critical of Governor Dewey's administration and pointed to Its recent objections to Dewey's 1949-50 bud- tet. Retarding O'Brien and Crary. the Dally News story aatd: "O'Brien Is secretary and Crary treasurer of the Albany Port District Commission. O'Brien has been on the commission since 1935 ant Crary since IMS. Their p«y Is »2S • meeting from funds of the com' mission." Commenting on the Dally News itory. O'Brien said lie had been a member of the Albany Port Dls trlct Commission for 14 years ant thit he had been appointed five tlmei. :- , • . "Bach HIM; the appointment wa» announced 'publicly, published In the newspaperS and carried on (he •wire servlcea." he said. "My appointment was not political in any sense, and the members of the port commission are paid only for meetings they actually attend. We an not on a lUte payroll." Filibuster Death Of Anti-Poll Tax Bill Is Predicted WASHINGTON, May 18. lift — Rep. Hays ID-Ark) predicted yesterday that efforts to ban poll taxes by federal law will be 'filibustered to death." Hays testified before a House administration subcommittee which l.s studying legislation to wipe out the poll tax as » requirement for voting In election* for federal office. Ht stld (hat such measures, In Die face of » threatened senate filibuster, will prove to be only an •empty and futile gesture." laitead he suggested Uckllng the problem through * constitutional amendment aimed at outlawing the poll tax. He said Congress should Mibmlt the amendment to the states with the understanding that It will be dropped if, before ratification, the poll tax state* voluntarily abolish the levy. Hays said he personally does not favor a poll '« •» • voting requirement but believe* the matter is one for the st«U»—not Congress -to decide. New WAA Head I»yes, f- D. Brail *r.d Ulu Po«le Cook, This one-and-a-half-lon. 12-foot bron» italue of Gen. Jost Arligas, Uruguayan revolulionary hero, li unloaded in New York (or rail shipment to Montevideo. Minn., as a gift from Montevideo, Uruguay. Inspecting the stalue al right are Dr. AlbfHo Campora, Uruguayan ambassador to Ih* LI. S., Mr». C»mpci-a «nd E. H. Gluck, ship captain. Patient Returns 60 Years Later with a $25,000 Contribution for Hospital MEMPHIS, May 18. Wl-J. R. Kundcrcr of Oklahoma City Isn't a man to forget. a kindness. The former Mississippi River barechand. who'll be 80 years old three weeks, stopped off here Monday mid gave $25,000 to the city hospital, where he was a char- ty patient 60 years ago. . Read Courier News Wont Ada Good Trick H it Works And Thit Time it Did PARIS, May 18—W—The Pnrl. Fire Department hod a red fact yesterday and It wasn't because o a fire, either. A scholarly-looklnR gentlcmai with documents attesting to hL promlnenceas an egyptologlst per snarled the authorities to let hi examine the Instructions on th obcllsque of tjiixor In the cenle of the Place de la Concorde, fam ed Parts landmark. The fire department obllglngl backed up a hook-and-ladde truck. A crowd collescd at the hns of the obelisk halting traffic I the center of the place, The scholar mounted the obeli and began making a speech. H brand of cigarette lighters, he sal produced flame as tall as the ob disk. atal Shooting of Infant aughter Called Accident LAS VEGAS. Nev.. May IS. U he tragic shooting death of a ten )0>itha-ol(t baby girl by her soldle ather was termed accidental by oroner's Jury. , Corp Oharlle Dean Allui. 23-yen Id military policeman ai the La ns Air rarer base, shot the baby Carolyn Doloret last Saturday • he lay In her mother's arms. Allen testified at the Inquei londay that his military gun wei •II as he was loading It. His wlf Klnl, corroborated hla story. charges hnd been filed agatnal A en, of Monroe, Ua., who w«» fre under his own recognizance. Cl Doradoan facet Statutory Charges .ow Wages Blamed '•or Nursing Shortage LITTLE HOCK, May 18— 1/fl— A ?lstered nurse said yesterday Ark- nsas' nurse shortage can be rel ved only by Improvement of work ig conditions and salaries. Mrs. Enpha Tnte Knox. nun llle, Ark., discussed 'he situation before the Arkansas Hospltnl As octalion Convention here, She pointed out Hint hosptti •ork Is n 21-hour job. and docs no nlfill social needs. She said a nurse arns $1 a hour, while Ihe wag scale has increased In many othe lelds. Maurice Norby, Chicago. III.. he American Hospital Associatlo described efforts being made to e pand the federal hospital constru Ion aid program to 1955, The pr gram Is slated tn end in 1951. (ear-Adm. Paul L, Mather, above, ol Westgate, Md,,h»i been appointed by President Truman to be War Assets administrator, succeeding Jesse Larson. Mather has been with WAA since 1947. Pupil, to Kerister Registration of pre-kindergarlen nd pre-school children, who will ttend Wilson School, will be held fay 26 at Die school from I a.m. ntll all children have been regis- ered. This health program Is spon- oied by the Wilson PTA with Mr«. •rank McDonald as chairman. School officials asked that one of he parents be present at the reg- .stratlon. counsellors. Mr. and Mr«. Rajr Merrltt were the week end guests ol her mother, Mrs. J. DeLuca In Memphis. Mrs. Moffett Rhodes and small daughter, Heather Ann of North Little Roclc, are the uuesU ol her brother-in-taw, Bentley Rhodes, and family. Lester Hale, Jr.. son of Mrs. Ber- nlce Hale, who attends Vanderbllt University, spent the week end with his family. P.T.A. To Install Officers The Wilson Parent-Teachers Association will hold the last meet- ng of Die school year. Thursday afternoon In the Hieh School auditorium, at which time the Installation of officers will be held. Following the meeting, the sixth grade will serve refreshments. EL DORADO, Ark., May 18. «•)— Johnny Bates, 21, yesterday was charged with asault to rape a 14- year-old seventh-grade student near here. Deputy Prosecutor Hugh Whar(on said the girl was beaten severely at Ouachlla River landing at nearby Gallon. Wharton quoted the girl as say- Ing Bales, using a fictitious name, made a date with her and took her to the landing In his car. Bates is married and the father of a child. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that t undersigned has tiled v ith the Com mlsslorer of 'tev;nues of the Sta jf Arkansas for pjrmH to sell dispense beer at retail an the pr rnlses desmribed as Baltimore Mnnila, Mississippi County. The undersigned states thai he Is a cithen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Invil'vlng moral lu'pitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the l»ws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. / application Is for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the 1 day of July, 1949, and to expire on the 30 day of Ju-ie, 1950. American Legion, By A. J. Welnstein. Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before m- this 17 day ol May, 1949. Elizabeth Mason, (SEAL) Nots.ry Public My Commission xplres: 4-28-50. Wilson News W.S.C.S. Hears Australian The Women's Society of Christie Service of Wilson Methodist Churc let Minday afternoon at the home f Mrs. Fwre.st Mulllns. The study was on "Home Mission Work" with Mrs. E. D. Bcall a.s leader . Mrs. Moffetl Rhodes of North jlttle Rock was guest speaker. Mrs. Rhodes, who was born in Australia, las been in this country only two and » hall years. She talked an church and mission work in Australia In comparison with the same work In the United States. Shr stated that there is more missionary work in the mandnte of New Guinea than in Australia proper Another point brought out was o the relUtous Instructions in th schools, there. Fallowing the business meeting refreshments of sandwiches, cookie. and cokes were served by the hoa less. To Flllrrlaln for Bride A miscellaneous shower Is planned for Thursday nishl at the Wilson Club House complimenting Mrs. FdKar A Dalley. recent bride. More than 100 guests are expected. Co- hrestesses are Mrs. Bunion Gnrrel.', Mrs F D. Peril. Mrs. A. M Rogers. Mrs R!'ln>i 'R"hinson. Mrs. Dora Merrell. Mrs.- Hudson Wren and Miss Annie Rowland. Tiiv 'IVs Presented C <YOV j o cnllom. flnti^'hter of Mr Mrs Jerrv Culloni and Kc.'.} 'rely, son of Mr and Mrs. J. K lv. were crowned "Tiny Tot Ouf.en !>nd K'nc" Frlriav bv "Aunt DnrMc- "M"rrrll nl til" F"n for You" musical show in the High School diiorliun. The show Is nn annual pffnlr e'iv- cn under the direction of M'si Marv E. Symonds. music Instructor at WHS. The proRram consisted of sonPS by airls an boys chorus, solos niano selections, comedy acts. : <nc fiance.-. A minstrel, "Burnt Co'ker's Jamboree" climnxcd the evening's entertainment. NOT HALF-SAFE Saves on Soap Washes Whiter, Brighter! CJUEENSBORO, N. C. 1Q4D-Joyce Winthrope of Greensboro and Atlanta, Georgia, says: "A girl who* half-safe stays home-and misses out on nil the fun and parties. So I don t take any chances —I use a deodorant thai stops my perspiration 1 to 3 days. Kills perspiration odor in- stiiully, safely, surely, better than anything I've found. Safe for my skin and clothes." How nbout you? Don't be half- safe-be Arrid-sufe! Use Avrid !o *• sure, Huy now A rriii withCieamogen. Anil! with Craimogrcn is guarantee! not to crystallize or dry out in the jur. What's more, if you are not completely convinced that Ari'ld i* in t'-i'ci'U u~uy the line.st cream deodorant you've ever used, return the jar with unusral port ion, and we'll IP fund the entire purchase price. Our address is on every package. (let a jar of the new Arrid with Creamogcn today-only 3ft(! pfu* lux. .STUDEBAKE I L'hone 8S8 Phone 888 Brlrljf-Dlnnrr Parly A bridge-dinner party was given by Mrs- F, S. Reese and Mrs. Joe Cullom Jr.. last week honoring Mrs Edgar A. Dalley. the former Miss Murie Wilson. Twenty-eight iruesls attended the party which was held at the home of Mrs. Reese. During the games, Miss Lillian Wilson won high score, and Mrs. S A. Reginold . second high. Mrs. Charles Beall received third, and Mrs. Bob Nelson; the JlgRer prize. The honoree was presented a gift by the hostesses. Out-of-town sucsts were Mrs. Helen Smith, Mrs. Bill McMalh and Mrs. Joe Applebaum all of Osceola. Members of the Methodist Youth Fellowship who attended the Sub- District meeting In Osceola May 9 included. Nanette Patched, Mary Ann Cram, Helen Harden, Glen Shrill, Blllye Jo Brimhall. DorLs Arnes, and Charles and Bobbye Orilfin They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Franlc McDonald, Read NCWF Want Ads SALE! H C O m oo SEEING IS BELIEVING! 10-18 Studehuker t.und Cruiser 1910 Chevrolet Tudor li)a'J Chevrolet Fordor Scdiin I!),'i8 Chevrolet Tudor 3!M8 Studebaker One-Ton I'ickup ,l!)<i6 Studebaker One-Half Ton I'ickup 19.11 Chevrolet One-Half Ton I'ickup 1 9;i!) Dodge One-Half Ton 1'icktip. C O Sales Co. "Your Friendly Studehuker Railroad & Ash Dealer- Phone 888 •STUDEBAKER* Faculty Members Meet The /acuity of Wilson and Wliit- ten Schools held the last faculty party of the year Monday night with a chicken fry at Bawett Park. The social committee for the year were Mrs. Flora Puckett, Mrs. Jerry All Electric Fans and Attic Fans For this special sale we're offering you our complete stock of nationally-advertised electric fans . . . Westinghouse, Robbins & Meyers, Emerson, Knapp-Monarch, etc. ... in any size you desire ... 16, 12, 10, or 8 inch. Here are two examples: Knapp-Monarch R-inch Stationary fan . . . regular $7.75—now $5.80. Westinghouse 16-inch oscillating fun . . . regular $52.75—now $39.36. ATTIC FANS You may choose from either the 12 or 48 inch sizes in famous Hunter or Bobbins & Meyers Attic Fans, guaranteed to give you long service. For example, here are two of the prices: 42 inch Hunter Fan . . . regular $197.95; now $148.46. 48 inch Hunter Fan . . . regular $219.95; now $187.46. LOWEST Witt IN 7 YEARS B SILVERTOWN 9 DAYS ONLY Wi urge you not to miss this very special sale. H'g the perfect opportunity for 7011 to prepare for the hot summer weather and save yourself a great 4**l of Money. BLAN HEATH CO. Phon* 828 // your fett are netrfy ble«dint, And » buytr'i fuide you're needing, While you shop all over town, Take A hint from shopping sa£es r Just turn to the Ye/low Pages, Do your buyinf fitting down! Use the Yellow Pages of your new telephone book No matter what product or service you want, if it M available here, you'll find the name, address, and telephone number of a reliable firm in the Yellow PagM of your new telephone directory. F0« HOMI AND iUSINESS-whether you're just "•hopping" for the house, or "buying" for the office— consult the Yellow Pages first. TTiey'U t tell you who" buy* . , . sell* . . . rents . . . repair*. (OUTHWISTIRN MU TELEPHONE COMPANY ,Vf c ', M5.95-NOW Yes—the »ame first line, top quality lire that'i standard .equipment on the newest cars — at thii record breaking low price. Buy no w-jml save. OTHER SIZES AT BIG SAVINGS TOO B 95 SIZE 6.00-1 i PLUS TAX HERE NOW In »v»ry B. F. Goodrich Tir» for every purpose MOII ' MOM COMFOHT • MORI SAFETY REPEATED AT POPULAR REQUEST BUYS A GENUINE B. F. Goodrich DEFIANCE TIRE 1.00 DOWN 9 95 i.OO-K PLUS TAX The new D«fiance givei dependable, s»f« mileage for the greatest valut ever built into > tir« «t this low price. ONLY 1.25 417 W. Main I Phone 6331

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