Expansion Dixie May Bring Big Increase by 197Q '>VA!-:-!IKCrTON. May 7. (Ul'l in> tederal Powev Commission a ft ypMc-jilay thai industrial ex»•»"'> »i 'ho scuili will neariy >'•• ' llC lf ' f;ioil ' s survey ••omparos ]D4D power Vlt: ' estimated demaiuls in was 1940 total for ihee region ..nicuntPd .o 22.4^ mi i| ioil kilowftlt '"••'•!-K. Of ti)i s 2AK million ••ncM-V;;!' l ^~ miilion ™ m '» ••'»' N.I. '9 million industi-inl '•or 1S70 11.,. total estimated dc»"i»«l is E1.S57 miilion kilow.vt <«»i'.s. This includes 13.401 million it.: residential use. G/T2C million for "'fn-.nuTC'inl and 33,770 miliion for industrial use. P. Koneymooi. FORT WAYNE, Ind., (up) _j O |, n .T^f V' " as to s l )ratl a < >:i--t 18 monlhs in jnil belore go- 'K "n a honeymoon. Fitzgerald, o IVK: eel of R raiid larceny. , vas .I milled to. marry MLss Naomi R j'.iKly liefm-e. beginning. hi.s one .,J U vear -wtence at the state '- New Pol! Tax Receipts Not Valid Till Oct. 2 LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May HUP) —Poll tax receipts issuetl before October 2. 1947, without previous ussessmenl are Invalid, Deputy St.-ilc Auditor u. B. Friday saul yesterday. He pointed out lliat a law, passed by Die 5titli general . assembly :u>a eliminating the assessment of n poll tax. does not go Into effect, until October 2 He .said that many comity collectors, not knowing the effective date of the new law, have been selling poll taxes currently without previous assessment. Such a practice, according to Friday and Rep. Lynn Wilson of Ycllvlllc—author or (lie bill—could result in mimeroV election contests after the 1948 nri- imiries Friday said that damage already done can be remedied by discard, IIIK non-assessed poll tax receipts Ulliig a (leliiKjuem assessment and purchasing a new receipt. Poor Lighting Causes Most Night Mishaps CLEVELAND (UP) _ A nationwide survey by the Street and Traffic Lighting Bureau revealed more numerous n t ijight because that crime nnd accidents become of poor lighting conditions in America's cities. the bureau's Cleveland office reports. Lighting equipment on the majority of the nation's main, heavily-traveled thoroughfares is below that recommended by the illumi- naOns Society for alleys, the survey shows. . !» Cleveland alone, the nation's RLYTHKVILLR (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Chorus Girls Donee Off Assembly Line As New Institute for Cu/vaceoi/s Opens By UI;KT NKA Staff ('orresjKincli'nl KKW YOnK, April—IjNEA) — America's most atlruelive assembly line just opened for business. U is turning out chorus eir:s ami packaging lliein for shows from coasl to coast. Or, if the I prospective buyer doesn't want a' who.'c package, he can hire them individually. Individual units arc; Just us beautiful. Wiilly Wnnger. who spent tlie lirtst 11 years looking u i beautiful Bil'ls and nroihicliiK shows, dc-1 Twin Gables — OJ5C€fb!d, Ark. To our Friends and Customers: For your Convenience we are now offering CURB SERVICE! Plenty of Forking Space in rear ... We special- i*e in ice Cold Beer and Delicious Sandwiches. 9. am. Til 12p.m. Proprietor O. C. St. Clair ABIES OSCEOLA, ARK. -.„ t!ic' nr-.v imsemuly plane — , the Chorus 'Institute. "We're mass producing chorus Bids for jots in cates. musical I c omedies. television and every field of show business where nil's are needed. "Except, burlcfqucs, that is. »ur- lesciue is nut. We want to keep tills on n liit:h level." Girls are pouring into Wander'.; factory. In the heart of the tare-it White Way, to get the polish they need. Cver 150 Juive enrolled iil- reacly and by summer • Wander expects to have a file of 3000 trained Birls. "We'll teach them poise and carriage, chorus make-up and hair! styles, and if necessary even teaVhl mem to dance. Except for dance I lessons, it doesn't cost them a 1 penny." When the girls graduate- from lie three week trainin B jonrsc the Chorus Institute gets them \ bookings ai standard union scales, I from sra to $125 a week. Their Hitiire,bosses pay Wnngci- a service eharpe. Graduates of the Institute are classed A. D. or c. depending on looks and ability, class A girls Bet the top pay and toi> Jobs. Those in class c probablv will wind up on the Stale Fair Ck- Wniiger feels chorus girls have n n lot easier than their sisters wno slave over a typewriter 'i'|, e inc is gayer and more exciting, and Hie pay is considerably better •Most of them, he says, are hard working, ambitious, and sma-t PAGE. factual material on w'hkeh to op-1 'Kusslans never discuss the subject. AIM Soviet newsixtpers mid other piiblletitions never glvu liny positive dues of Ihf Soviet, hierarchy. . Provision fur u suri'rssitr lo SliiUii on his liraih lias almost C'Oilalnlv bci'ii niailr. T)ie Kusslan leaders are not Hit' kind of mcii ivlm would licit provide for such 11 I'lmllllKi-nry. i'hcy ]:|ol tlu-lr politics In us mui'h detail us Ilii'y ilii their military oainivilgns. Slalln's successor probably will »e » mini virtually unknown outside the .Soviet Unlon-especlally In the Unllctl Stales—Inil certainly u iiieinber ot thc Politburo, tlie tli-.ht- ly-knil org»])l/,:i(lo)i of 14 men which runs Ilussla. 'Stalin Is 117 .vcurs.old. since the 'vur lie has bmi lakhiR it considerably, more easy than when he dht'cli'cl the Soviet military ciiin- pali'iis ai;alnsl Na/.l Clennnnj 1 . Di'xplle reruri'inii niiuois about his health; recent visitors say he Sliisscn and the men frjio .accom- pimled secretary of. State George C. Marshiilr to the Kremlin attested lo that.. Outsiders Can Only Cufs» Htil it Is only natural that much now first .ilferaate netntttj jtn- j eral of thc Oommijirt Putj the •. position suilii fieUf.-'. •>> :-'''i- ; '.»}.£ 'Uvrentl B*ria—former operating''- head of ,the afcret poite and J»U)1 -, apparently ; responsible;, for it. conducted the purges in the V Viet officials are largely superficial - publicity uV recent elections, the t>l'«! of pictures displayed ' during celebrations such as the Novcinbcr levolution anniversary and Muy Uay. and who s'lgns the Important, clecrees. Tlio oulslder also knows the mimes of Ihc men holding lop positions within the Soviet regime. On the basis of.such Infornu- llan, most foreign officials In Moscow us well as unofficial foreigners there would nnittc thryc iheii as wclklini; tlie most liilluence In Ire Eovlet reiihnc: Vlnchealuv M, Molotov — Soviet foreign minister, Xhdanov -- x furthermore lie probably Is the mosl llkelj'^ ^ "' Wage Hike Has Dr.wl.ick HOUSTON, Tex. (UP)—Getting into the better wage bracket has Its disadvantages,, too, as 156 residents 6f a Houston low-cost hbtis- '"8 I'ipjecf foun<i out. The faihilies" 'face eviction because their incomes ' exceed, tlie, J2.800 limit set by the Hoiislbh Housing Authority. Preference, Is given to fam.Jlles whose lolm Income Is le'ss than $1,800 a year. H'ally Wanseei- and one uf his Cnirus Insllliilu slmlenl to keep Ihis on a !.!«!, level." J lc s; ,, s sixth largest city, the ratio of persons killed in traffic mishaps nt Z fW , B .?-' I10rc tha » two 'o °ne d ,r ,,„ f S ln tla S Fli Bht 'w>urs during a 10-year period- In January and February of this year some 108 women have been attacked on Cleveland's dfmlv-lluht- ed streets after dark. The bureau says that, since pco- Ke are more careful at night and with a Ihirri le ss traffic on the roads, it must conclude that Ihc reason for accident increases ,, m -''>' , Ule , (!ilrk llour s is adequate street lighting. Cost S4S7,.'!li5,080 The cost Of 11,055 traffic de^hii charBenble last year to Inadequate visibility was 5475,365.080, according- to the bureau. It .-,-tded t,l-U the cost per capita for insinuation nriri mnintenancc ,pf modern slr.-el lighting to save this half-bi'lion dollars would be $2 yer year. Stalin s Successor is Object Of Speculation by Outsiders The lavorlte game of foreign v itors lo MOSCOW is speculating • Balm's successor. Bui probablv spiTiilatimi in t|,e Wl)r | (l ]„,,.• ] WANT LIGHT BJSCUIJS ,THAT MELT VOUR MOU1 Refresh yourself. . . have a Coke veteran United Press' diploomalic : J^ris^velM./Uu.'runnin cm respondent, rcliirnecl lust week'^o,, I 0 .s,. r from Moscow where he covered the meeting o[ the foreign ministers. Herewith, in another ol n series of stories on his flrst-hnml observations of Russia, Shncktord tells of Ihe postwar eclipse of Soviet military men:) KY It. It. SltACKFOUH United Press Staff CorresjiiiiHlent WASHINGTON, May 7. Tin eclipse of jnilitory men in the pub lie life of Ihe Soviet Union is oneo the mosl inlerestins postwar Rus sian cievelopincnts. In contrast to the United State: —where many key govcrnmen posts are now held by profession al military men—the Soviet's lc» soldiers arc now completely am strikingly overshadowed by Communist Party leaders. During the recent Soviet elections, no top flight military mai was reported nominated for an' post. Even during the visit to Moscow last Winter of British Field Marshal Bernard L. Montgomery, party leaders \vcre senleil at HIP Kremlin banquet so as lo outrank the Soviet military marshals prc.s cut. Thi s is in sharp contrast to the United States where thc wartime chief of staff has become secretary of state, a nenernl Ls the U. S. ambassador to Russia, another (;en- cral runs Japan for the United SUites. and generals are thc lop figures i;> tlic: U. S. 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