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MONDAY, APRIL 10, 19<1<1 HLYTHKVILLE (AKK.) COU1UKU NEWS DN'T QUOTE ME- - £ACIS .THREE ' I* lans Of Sharp itili Uncertain Cost Of Campaigning .Makes Him Reluctant (iTo Decide On Race By JIM DOWNING United Press Staff Correspondent LITTLE ROCK, April 10 (UP) — he projected gubernatorial candi- acy of Floyd Sharp was drawing bhslderaWe political interest toiiaj s the War Manpower Director al- iwed tlic weekend lo pass without naklng n public announcement, o: ils plans. Sharp, it was learned, was on (hi erge of stepping oul of the pic lire Inst Friday but was urged ti econslclcr Ills stand at the 1111 lour. Sliarp said tlic situation bolld lown to Hie fad that his fricndf ike himself, were "poor men" am ould be relatively liltle help H inancine his campaieii. Some sup ibrtcrs were urging htm to an louncc for the office on the sup losltlon thai such 1111 announce rient would draw support frot ,'ealthler quarters. '.(John McOleUnii gambled on Ilia iremlsc and made 11 stick In 104' Ic told newsmen after his eleclio liat when lie announced and set u leadquartcrs lie actually had le.s han 51,000 with which to bear th icavy cost of the campaign.) Turneil Down Money Sharp sale! lliat in spile of li lat poeketuook he had refused t ccepl money from al least i\\ ources "because to do so would t. sell out of the governor's offlc |rtd I wouldn't do lhat if T ncvi elected to anything." Both lien Laney of Cainden ar Itatc comptroller J. Bryan Sin Vere believed to have sufficient funds to conduct their campaigns |vi^oia stint. Laney. n business varied interests, conceiv- Bbly could bear (lie entire cost of ]iis race. Sims was believed lo have rtimlly the same financial sun- ort enjoyed bv Homer M. Arikins hen he ran for the office in 1040. Observers said Sharp alienated hotential eastern Arkansas support Tvhcn be certified war prisoner labor for a prevailing daily wage Jf two dollars instead cf the dollar-a day wage which would have Icen more favorable to plantation ppcralors. The landowners generally arc heavy contributors to gubernatorial |ampalgus. .Meeting Healed Capitol observers said a meeting Jvas held in Governor Adkins' of|ice last week at which sparks flew, of the mecilng, Informants laid, was lo determine the senti- nienl of stale employes toward Ad- fins two constitutional amendments -to outlaw racing and to provide §or a four-year gubernatorial term. At least one department head, Ihe report said, came out of the (tiectiiiB with burning cheeks. ; : Adkins told newsmen the 'other hay that he had not picked n site |or his campaign headquarters. "But, Governor," said a reporter, Jhadn't you better start looking •- - - • • • I -roufrou Flattery ' »*\ VC»A -\* JT SA Sophisticated come-apart neckwear, at left, Is a Kilel plus a pair of button-on clover leaves of oreandy sheer. The cmbroldcry- fdred organdy leaves can be anchored (o any button on the dickey. The youthful button-on yoke collar al tight Is of lute ami ruflle trimmed dolled Swiss. _ line of a dress (o the sophisticated dickey which supplies the facade formal suit. Fabrics )!V El'SlE KINAKl) NliA Staff Writer Every girl knows what' a touch for the most of ' crisp while froufrou tucked include pique, colored ginghams under her chin can do to give her ami chambray, sprigged and paste! a lift, freshen up and revive in- cottons, dolled swiss, eyelet Wave Recruiter Will Seek Women For War Service Wave Recruiter Clarice Carpenter will be In lilylhevllle April 17 and 18 lo Interflow applicants In- Icresloct In enlisting In the rapidly growlnt,' women's branch of tin- Navy. Specialist Carpenter received her training al Hunter's College In New York Clly anil was recently assigned lo Ihe Arkansas ItccruU- Ing District. "Never in history has Ihcre been such urgent need fov the services of American wotncn," she said. "This is a war In which very woman as well ns every man must play a part. Every tlnjc u woman enlists In (he Navy, a man Is released lo fight- and man (he ships for which he was intended. Over 150 Jobs arc open for your iclccllon as a Navy Wave. Women receive one month's Indoctrination (ruining at one of the leading colleges in the United Slates. On completion of this (raining they are assigned to'duly at one of the large Navy buses to carry on (he Important work lhat is now being done by a Navy man. Pay is $50 u month with cash allowances of $1.80 a day for foo<l and $1.25 a day for quarters where government nuiirters are not avntl- • KSOH IN WASHINGTON Rush Holt Pops Up Again BV PK'l'Ell KI)SJON Courier N'uivs WashhiKfua ('orrrsiioiulrnt Rush D. Hull— remember?- the able. Recruits receive $200 tcrcst in a suit or dross, and roulc more glances In.her direction. Neckwear designers, realizing all of tills and knowing how Important a iiiffly collar, a swoosh of jnbol or a paper-crisp gilet can be as a wardrobe extender, .have outdone themselves this spring to oblige with stylized neckwear. Styles change frp,m the demure little collar that encircles the neck- broidciy, flouncy organdy and other provocative .sheers. Designer Babe, famous for original styles, and many of these the butlon-on kind, says a girl not only wants smart neckwear but something that doesn't have lo be nailed down with a needle and thread. Two such styles are shown above. Lround? fhow." They're going fast, you Other reporters agreed and began listing various spots already leased candidate or another., The Young Orators Meet In Finals For $4000 Prize BOONVILLE Mo. (UP) — Finals of the American Legion's seventh annual National High School Oratorical Contest will be held here, April 17. On that evening, four youthful Bryants, finalises In a competition which embraced 110,000 school boys and girls will compete for the grand prize the National Association of Manufacturers' $4000 college scholarship. The championship round for Ihe young orators will be held as part of Kcinpcr Military School's 100th anniversary celebration. Kemper's 1,000 schoolboys will form the audience. The senior class—approximately 200 strong—will become the stage backdrop. Each finalist will deliver a prepared oration of not less than 10 minutes nor more than 12 minutes. Ibis oration will lie the one which was delivered by eacli contestant in reaching the finals. Contestanls also will deliver an extemporaneous address on one of the Amendments to the Constitution. In the event that the winner enters one of the armed services, provision has been made for him to complete his college course after the war. Tiie scholarship will per- or university of his choosing. Burton Bernard of Granile Clly, 111., then 16 years old, and a 0-foot J-inch high school pupil was the 1943 winner of the NAM $'1,000 scholarship. Bernard is a student at Washington University, St. Louis. lie attended college last summer, and by carrying extra subjects In his freshman year will have completed two full years of college work In June. worth of clothing free, free medical and denial care, plus allowances fov dependents. On completion o! the fir.st month's iiuiuetiinaUo! [raining, all Waves arc automat icnlly promoted, with a raise li pay. Women between the ages of 21 am! X, with two yours' high fchoo nd arc in good physical condl on, may call al Ihe Navy Recruit \S Station located in the Coin 1 louse Building, Dlylhevlllc. all' ave a talk wilii Specialist Carneti er and let her help In sccurln 10 Job for which they lire bcs iltcd. ., r places, they said, were being |akcn rapidly. "Well," grinned Adkins, "it's n long time until the first of June— vhcn I'll probably open headquar- |ers— and In that lime a lot of hanges may take place. Who nows?" Education commissioner Rnlph •ones was discussing the "frailties If the state's school program last rcek. ' "Naturally." he declaimed, "any iducator can look at our education lyslcm and . see the plethora of aws. '"Bui I'd, off-hand, lhat Arkan- Ins people are getting just the Iducatlnn system they want— to pay WACsWill Wear Tropical Worsted Summer Uniform Enlisted members of Ihe Women's Army Corps will lie issued : uniform of khaki tropical worstw material for summer wear, accord IIIB to War Department, inlorma lion received tinlay at the Blythc ville Army Air Field. Tl\e new uniform is similar ti tlic summer uniform worn by 111 officers, the only difference beini lhat the enlisted uniform does no have khaki braid on the slccv There is no change in the cnlislc insignia. Enlisted women will continue lo wear khaki collon twill uniforms while on duty. The new tropical worsted is authorized for wear at other limes. Wacs will change to summeiMinifonns on llie same date •/owerrd Vior An Ensign Howard D. Viur, son uf Mrs. Gil Viar of lilylheville was commit loncd iin 1 ensign in Ihe Unilc Slales Maritime Service and rccclv^ ed his license as a third assistant Miginecr at graduation cxeiciscs ield March 27 al Ihe Maritime Service Officers School, Foil Tnunhull, New London, Conn. Unslgu Viar has a brother, James S. Viar, who Is n private in (he Ar- i my, and a sister, Evalyn W. Viar of Ihe Army Nurses Corps. boy senator of 1935 et scq., Is lo do a polltlcul comeback in his alive West Virginia. He seeks Iho vmocratli! noininallon for novi'r- or-ln Hie slati 1 primary Mny 9. 1'eoplc who can't forfeit younsj lull's violent pre-1'carl Ilnilxir Iso- illonlsin nrc trying to make out hat this Is (he llrsl lest of how inch Isolationist slrcnulh and sen- Iment there may bo remaining In his country after two and n half 'cors of war. To think that West Virginians s'ould vole for or against n gubLT lalorlal riuulldide Just iMcausc of ils Aincrlen First leanings and ul- eranccs that long ago seems at llrsl ilnncc lo be a bit farfetched. There ire tots boiler lests of Issolnlionism coming up later. Most lm|x>rlaid Is Scmilor Ocruld P. Nye's light for re- :i»mlniitlon hi Norlh Dakoln. Tu n le.sser degree, a contest for thti seat of D. Wovlli Clark of Idaho, and .0 n .sllll K l s.ser decree, Ihe races of nenncll. Cham]! Clark of Missouri nnd Uoterl A. Taft of Olilo. When you get this far down hi (lur scale it Isu'l so much n casu of navlny been Isolationist us of having been opposed lo many of Ihe admlnlslrntion piillcles. Hubert it. l?eyii(itds of Norlli Carolina has thus far stuck to his determination not to seek re-clecllon lo the Semile, though lie did smile coyly when arcli-isolatlonisl Gerald I.. K. Smith picked him as likely presidential Umber a fe\v monlhs ago. Sccialoi Burton K. Wheeler of Maiilanii iloesn't have lo seek rc-etcciiou 111' in-10. That will be Ihe real test. AKIIAII) UK'S i:VlN'(i SUNATi: AGAIN In the cuse of Hush Holt, some of the clloit lo pin Ihe IsoliilHuiis skunk cabbage on him at this lime stems from tlic fear of where hi nilghl go from Ihere, if he shoult be elected to Iho (jovcrnoishlp Mils year. Under West Virginia law, a governor docs not havo lo resign from ofllcc while seeking election l(i federal oflleo, and In 10-13 West Virginia elects a senator, Holt. II Is fi'uied, lias his eye on coming buck to Washington as a successor lo Hurley M. Kllgoi'c, Hlnci' ho lasl grnced Ihe capital Bivni!, Holt has (n) been married, (111 reglslercd for Ihe draft, ic) IKTJI elceloil to i!u> West Virginia stale legislature. Otherwise, black, out. He has kept his trap shut ou nil Ihe things aboul which he used to rant—(he New Deal, the war mongers, John 1>, U-\vls and ihc C. I. 0. who helped him lo ek'ctlnn In Ml and whom he repudiated In If»:i5. Maybe people have forgotten, Al any rale, it will be an intiwst- ing test of Ihe old theory thai (lie memory of Ihe American clcclomte. Is short. KHITOIUAI. (1HASS HOOTS Ol'INIDN As to Holt's chances next nionlti, and as to tin: filed which Hull's pre-l'cnrl Harbor Isolationism may have mi the primary, opinions til Ihrec West Virginia newspaper editors queried on these points me enllglilenliiK: Holt's pi'f-l'eai'l HarlK)! 1 netlous haven't even been mentioned, ae,- MINOR SKIN IRRITATIONS MOROLINE ^ • YIWHITE PETROIEJM JEILY \!S!l cording lo 8, Cl.,Uamron of IV Charleston Dully Mull. Tills editor says observers Ihlnk Holt' will get i» big anil-administration protest vote. ' Holt Is nil enigma lo Malcolm T. llrlce, editor of Iho Wheeling News- Ucnislcr. Holt's traditional (mil-labor stand while ho was In llw Senate would iirijMO against his getting tiny labor support. In this election, says lirla 1 , but, If John I,. Uwls lold Ihe Klale's 120.000 miners lo support mi anli-iubnlnlstratlon candidate, his chances' for nomination would lie favorable I This editor polnt.i out, however, Hint all straw ballots Indicate Iho stale is going Itepubllcnu In tho fall anyhow, with or without Uoosevclt, so I loll dues- n't matter. I'Voin Clyde A. Wcllman, editor of tlio llimlthKton Advertiser, coines the guess that Holl will be a sure 1 winner In tho primary, Iho busLs of his strcnittt) being the fnct that his opponent, Clarence, Meadows, has been tagged, rigidly or wrongly, the. crown prince of aovmior Neely and all anli-Ncelyllos are rallying lo Moll, Holt's IsolallonlKin is not considered n bin factor. Hcpubli- cans arp hoping Holt gels the nomination so Ihey can beat him with Ihe Isolationist label. The small Intestln* is'abo'rit foUi, times longer than the laigc Intestine, / NURSE LOSES FA1 SAFELY AYDS WAV Git iUmMT MfftW Eat ilaiclKi, poll ton, gnrr, lu;t cut <to»n. 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