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/• TUBSDAT, BKp; f, ' AB«_A (AOTC.T COURIM TH5W8 VAQE TnlKTEEH Charles E. Wilson: A Firm Hand on High Brass By EVERT CLARK • NBA SpecUl Corrapondent ; WASHINGTON (NEA) - In Charles • Erwin Wilson, the. grutt, J>l»tn-talklng, «2 - year - old motor aiogul from Detroit, the Pentagon's hl«h brass have a Secretary of Defense who will take no pushing •(round. ' Wilson learned about'the admiral' and the generals the hard way —as wartime consultant on everything industrial and builder of nearly any military thing that rolled or flew, : * He Is also »lse to Washington's Irays. For many years he haa been l'» top trouble-shooter for industry before agencies handling problem! that touch on businefi. 1 ; and lab'or. Wilson is expected to.be a boss in "something like the tougli Louis Johnson tradition. It nil) be no treat change, after a!.!, to step from the top Job in one of the world's largest corporations— General Motors—to the. big chair - in the world's largest government body. . • ' "He's »ure got himself a king- sized headache," a close friend says,' "but if anybody can .do that Job. Charlie can." , Wlkon is a big, solidly built, •lightly stooped man with white hair, vigorous and interested: But he is not the high pressure type. The dynamic look and the gruff • voice don't seem quite so formidable when h^ speaks—slowly, and pleasantly, and without the fancy words. i "Charlie is an. unbelievably hard worker," a GM executive at Detroit •ays. "He never knows wheri,to quit Sleeps right here in the building quite often. You know,- he has place fixed up near the office. "He- has ^tio town house,' and he spends some time at his farm, 25 miles out from Detroit, raising Ayr- I shire cattle — although his wife complains she never sees him unless Workers, and It became a model lor others like It. t f • Conrrte* wcn'i to new to Wllsori. KM" idvUed u many committees u he'i appeared befor*. , Wilson's two appearances befo;e the National Pr«*» Club here — where'he was at the mercy of thi most curloua of reporters — showe* hl» sense of humor and hi« firm handling of the press. "He, even got laughs and came out unscathed right after the war when pur, cars were corning off the line with pieces missing here and .there,'!, the GM executive said "There were plenty of question about that, but he turned them back," One of the first things he i» ix cted to do is show, the sarn firm hand to the military. JN Human lights Day s Proclaimed CHARLES E. WILSON; In Ihe t*URh Loute JptinMn tradition? she travels with him." i • . * • Wilson file* : around the country in one of GM's planes, usually a DC-3, making business'trlps^ about once a week and getting in vacations at places like Sun Valley. He was quite * horseman r until he broke his hip several years ago, is "pretty good" at'bridge. He golfs and fishes, reads anything he can find on business and economics. He smokes cigarettes aiidVeats anything." .Arthur Godfrey Is one of his closest friends. Associates call him "Charlie" or "C.E." His wife says "Erwirt." "He's plain and .unadorned," the GM man said. "An old shoe. Very pleasant—just a hell of a good guy " Most of all, apparently, Charlie Wilson works hard. His mother a'nd father were school eachers. He grew up in Ohio, got electrical engineering degree rom Cargenie Institute of .Technology, and worked for Westing- Vittorio Orlando, Last of War I's Big Four, Dies ROME tlP) •'—; Vittorio Errmnuele 'Orlando/.the last of World War t's Big Four. : died, at g;55 last night. He was' 92 years old. - .The death .of -Italy's -92-year-old "president of victory" was announced by Senator Giuseppe Romita. leader of the Italian Socialist party. He was' at Orlando's^home when the end came. He died after, a week's critical Illness. Toward the end he sank Into a complete coma. Transport Brings Korean Gi's Home • SAN FRANCISCO, t/F>— The big military- transport, -,Gen. Nelsor M. Walker, docked yesterday with 1.377 Army combat,veterans from .i.Korea. They disembarked 'In i ^Itlustering storm. .The shin h»d been delayed mon than » day toy a storm off th coast. house Electric in Pittsburgh for M yearjs. V • • Durir-l W^rl'd War I he ha charge of design and developmen 6f Westingrnbuse radio generator and.dynamotors for the Army an Navy. He went to General Motors In 1919. worked for a number of subsidiaries, helped arrange the purchase of minority Interests In'Ben- dix Aviation and what is now North American Aviation' and bought but five impof iant engine arid electrical companies In Ohio and Indiana. In June oM940 he tooX over the GM presidency when William S. Knudaeu came to Washington as a dollar-a-year man. Last year he made $566,200 In salary, director's fees and bonuses, i His labor.,relation* pay off, too. He introduced the "cost-of-living" wage formula-in 1947. In 1950 GM signed an unprecedented five-year contract .with ,the. United Auto Is Ivy Acting? Zoo Officials Going to Find Out LONDON (If) — II y, the Lonrk Zoo's very expectant polar, bear, t day wa.s given seven dnys to dellv or stop puttering about r with such maternal fussine'ts, 7.00 officials, now are beginning to wonder if Ivy isn't plain hoaxing.. The mother of the famous Bruman—the only polar cub botn In captivity to survive—Is 16 days overdue, if «he' rejally h*8 'Anything to offer. One zoo expert explained, with embarrassment that it ta' not too unusual for animals to act like expectant mothers when they »re not. They -just like to play house,: he added. "We cannot, get close enough to Ivy to examine her, of course," the expert said. > —, Prestden unun tuiied • proclamation yes erday calling upon the country ,1 bserve Dec. 10 — United N»tlon [uman. Rights -Day, — by givln hanks for the "priceless heritage f liberty. * The proclnmation pointed ou hat many of the freedoms set fort n the American Bill of Rights ImiUr to'those In the Univers Declaration of Human 1 High adopted by the United Nations »»8. ':We do not for jet that In pas rears men.In many lands have dice ,o win these freedoms and .prefer, hem for our generation," the Pre (tent said. "It is to defend and safeguard these . same freedoms that the United Nations \t: resisting Communist aggression In Korea, and is seeking to'promote the liberty and security of all peoples." 23 Mora Ships For NATO Use THE HAGUE, Th« Netherlands >) — Dutch Wnr Minister Cornells SUI and Graham 0. Bannerman, senior cohtrnctlug 'officer : ot the United, states Navy Department, today signed a 29. million dollar contract for the' building of 18 minesweepers' and live subchasers in Dutch shipyards. This brings the toljl. of minesweepers to -be'.built- for NATO countries in the Netherlands up to 32. Th» »nlm«U • will earn* . from B TMUJ rancher, Oridr Carotheri, GoldthwalU, Tex., who has spent the put Wye yon building.up ut ll-he*d herd trf th« anlmali 't»- peclally for dM during th* Crirlit* mai teaaon. • • Reindeer and All At This Parade FT. SMITHS) —Nothing modern about Pt. Smith's Christmas pnrnde scheduled to be held/tomorrow The ktds In town will get a real trcnt when Sanfa.Glaus comes rlri- Ing down the street In a sleigh FoncyPork Productf FINE FOODS at PICKARD'S Grocery & Market Frosted Fruiti Vegetables Nationally Advertised and Fancy Groceries A LARGE VARIETY OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK. Phone 2043 We Deliver 1044 Chickasowbo 170-382 Jobs Open to GOP WASHMOTON Ifi — The Civil Service, Commission says Kepubli- ani will.htv* 170-383 federal jobs —mostly small onea—available for atronage purposes. The announcement, ba^ed on ".a ecent survey, was made yesterday. Get a stand-out gas saver! ASTUDEBAKERTRUCK Read Courier News: classified Arts. 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' ankJm, -Cranford ad li. Dare arrett, D. H. afrett. o. A. eorge. H. I more. Clarence reen,•Henry amllton, Elmo amllton. o, R. arris, Brady arrey. J. W. enderson, Claud endhx. Jame« erron, Frank 1pp. Shirley ' :. Richard ouirtcn, A. J. oward, Felix lln, A. J. unt, L, w, enklna, John ohnson, Albert ' ohnaon,'Butter ohnaon. Henry ones, Claucl ones. James R. onwi, Mitchell •' ielch, WllUam Miy. 1,. O. Key. V. B. Klneald, Q1e« tln«. Leiter ,ylea, Rarr7 W, •loyrf. Jullu* Lloyd, w.'llbert Locke. M. K. Long.' Henry ~ Houston Loveltdy. Leaele 65 395 130 1270: .40 60 410 105 115 40 135 75 400 80 40 105 B5 290 85 120 10S 80 85 80 80 80 80 110 80 < 80 40 40 40 >00 80 375 •5 60 465 85 90. 450 • 85 305 180 40 833 65 155 235 . 60 80 40 120 5.46 5.68 2.63 7.02 3'.90 30.80 3.12 2.08 3.41 4.43 15.08 4.42 6.24 5.46 4.16 4.42 3.12 3.12 3.12 3.12 3.72 ' 3.12 3.12 ' 208 2.08 2.08 19.80 4.16 19.50 4.43 3.13 24.18 4.42 4.S8 1340 4.42 15.85 832 Self, Andrew nlniuilt, Jeff D. Smith, Thurmnn Stepp, W. R Stone, Elvln Stracener, C. W. Taylor, Charlie ' Thomas, B- B, Treece, 6- T. Vanblhber, John C. Walker. B<n Wardlow, T. E. Warrlnston, Dan O. Watklns. J. F. atklns, Oscar atklns. F, E. ebb. D. A. 'heat, Andrew htal: J. F. - hlte. Johnnie , 'lley. ITT. 'llllami, Virgil C. •llllams, W, T. r IUon. Arden"- . llson. W. C. 'oodard.' O. : • . arbrouRh. Vem ounir. Alben A. oung. N. B. V. ount, Vyron 4* IK dkerson. Jamee. lexander. F, F. Hen. La.ura ' ' , nthony. Hawley nthony. RO9CO* shby Bertha-, ,»hby, B. N. Bftmes.', Thorn M A. Bishorr, Oeor^e F, , BolUnger, Harry annum, W. V, .ovelady, Wllbun) McCammon/ J. R. UcClellan, George McDanlels. C. J. McCharley. Vackllnash, Raymond i Mahan, E. D. Mahan, H. O. Mk, George Hishm, W. A. ' Mlddleton, Claude Mlddteton, E. L. Mlddleton, Billy Miller, W. Baxter 235 Montiromery 80 Morris. Reedy 20 Neipman, John H. 130 Orertcn, Richard 25 Oxford. J. M. 175 Permenter. J, B. I2S5 Peterson. Frances F. 80 103 ' 730 230 80 U S5 103 775 , Pettlg.-ew, Fred Poe, Richard Priest. Walter D. Quails, O. L. Ray, F. B. Raytord, Joe Held, W. t.. Richardson, I. W. 80 m 80 130 80 80 120 1.08 8.2' ••sr 4.4 33 122 S.I 4.1 31 3.1 3.1 «,7 4.; 37J .«V Mm eke kmtf W «a. Wei •onmatxM TV. «» WjMt mi 3*000 B.T.U. Plumber Phones 3553!—8433 A good-looking Studebaker builds plenty of good wilt! *>WJE* A handsome, Stiidebeker truck; is .good advertising for any business. Streamlined H. M a "d 1 ton pick-ups and stakes—powerful \% and 2 ton rnodcla. Ch«k tri* r»tOfd. Talk with owrxn. how Sludcbakw trucks cut <Oftt ifl kind of hauling. ' AH over rh« notion, Stu<l»bek*r Mdn by fh« hundrwU of theUMind* or* Hiving mfe Hem of golloni of gatolln* yearly, Studr* bak*ritamlna it reducing upk*«p oxpoiia*: ~ Compare pHcM and youll make • d«al for a Sludtbaker rruck right away; CHAMBLIN SALES COMPANY W. D. "Bill" Chomblin, Owner Railroad & Ash Streets I8S2-* STUDEBAKER'S \ Phont 6S88 ANNIVERSARY - 1952 40 , . Southwest Transfer Co., V. K, Starncs 250 • Tatum. Earl V. 300 Thuimontl. H. H, 200 Travis. Claude 65 Wagner, John A, 130 Walker. James T. . 50 Wfttklns, Arnold 0.- 150 . Wheeler, Donald 80 Whlttaker, Wm. i 80 Wllklns, Willie O. 85 Wilkinson. Verdell O. 75 Wilson, Clayton 80 Wright, Mrs, Annie eo Wright, Charles A. B5 Young. Tlllman T. 60 SCHOOL DISTRICT, 40 OUT Aaron, Herbert A. " 60 Abernathy, George 105 2.48 I Duffle, Willie W. l?ast, Shade W. Ftf^e, Clint Edge. Howard H. Edeln; Jnck Kldrldge. Raymond Eubanks, A, G. Eubanks, Elbert O. Finch, Garland Flnley. B. H. Flcernan. Willie Fletcher, Jack D. Foster. James E. 15.50 18.60 12.40 403 B.CS 3.10 930 4.98 4.93 105 325 105 50 B',5 330 80 40 40 210 75 '5.99 [Long. yrilMa LiiBter, A•«!!«" McLnln, -Luthw Froncway, John W. SO French. Franklin E. Fry. Harry H, Onlleby. Willie Galloway, 23.25 15.50 410 88 WO Bxick. J. W. Buffalo, Wm. I,, Ornelt, E.J.V , Carter, • Mrs. Od«w« Chtdwlcfc. L«c A. Tn«m C»f« Cole, Jack Cook, purer Cooper, ChBrU* K, Cooper, Etde& Co«y, L-\ith«r W, rUtendeii, ! John W. : " ; CrHt«nd«n, W. W, Crowe, Arthur J. DiTls, John F, Dortch, J. W, W. Alfred Dyer, Floyd W, Eblln, Bob «Uli t J. H. .. Krerette, Inn TJ, "'««. ouy rtetdi,' E. J. l^nley, J»m rorison, C, O, Fortson, U 305 250 80 150 , 80 1*0 80 44 1S.4J 3.72 4.03 Vnynftrd. Mrrl A, M Menrtor, XCn. M. b. 40 Merrymtn. C. J. 350 Mllllgan. Msricftrat SO Mode«cU. Paul 200 MoiUjtomeiT. J. A. 365 Moor*, kt. O. 1000 • 110 375 * Son*.. Morrison, dead!" Nelabn, O. M. Nelson, Mrs. O. M. 120 Newcomb. Christine 40 Palmer, c. I. Petty. J. c. Popejay. Curtli w*. 140 Heed. Max C. Reed, Zebedw Ringer. Jack Ritchie. Bill , 80 40 80 110 27! 15 22.01 1550 4.06 527 2.4S 21.70 496 12.40 18.43 62,00 • 6.82 13.25 7.44 2.48 3.72 2.48 S7.2H 4.96 6.82 17.03 S.27 Adams, Leo Adams. Orn Adams, Rev. Wiley T. Andrews, Idus Avarice. Carl Baker. F.llas BAker, James Z. Baker, M. O. Ball, Shelby o. Ballard. Fletcher" Bandy, Albert J. Banks, Henry L. Banister, Fred M. Barnes, Troy Bearden. E, L. . Beaslcy. Mahel Bell,''Robert Bennett, Raymond Bibbs, Claude E. Bishop, J. C. Blcvlns, Audle Blocker. Jack Boyce, Arvll Jr. Bradford. Wade Brandon. W. s. Brewer, J. O, nrlckey, J. H. Brooks, Rev, Henry C. Brown, 0. M, Brown, Harry A, 85 100' 300 330 80 100 40 CO 105 -. 85 . 80 65 100 500 50 20 50 25 65 345 40 105 65 50 225 115 50 235 345 50 Buchanan, Eldo E. 160 'M 90 : « . M 1M 430 115 in 335 ; 150 90 135 yx> 102*. 250 . » MO >1.00 1500 13.00 125 100 80 145 20 Short, Xerintth F, 275 40 100 20 •20 235 50 Itt M Rouse, Tom Senford. Ivy o, 3etby, Howard Sharp, Ralph A. Short, Kenntth '. Sllbtr. John It. Smiley. J. I. Smith, Kph SmlOi.'HV V." Smith, Hubert w. 235 Smith, Jim Smith, Sam Jr Dora. Bmllh. Wllbum V. «*• ' \ 7.75 ' 6.20 4.96 83P 1.24 17.05 248 630 124 37.04 1437 310 Bunn. O: V. Burge, Doyl* R. Burrow, Mrs. Vcr* ButU. Bryan Butt*, OLhft B. Byrrt, Fay B. CcTmmv DewUl Chuppell. M&urlce J. Chrcnlster, A. 0- Ctemens. 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