The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1952 · Page 2
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PAOTTWO BITTHEVTLUS (ARK.)' OOTJRIWR MOWBAT, MC. i, GOP Senators Swamped With Jobseeker Mail '•• By JOE WASHINGTON «V- Offices oi Republican senators aro being »w»mped :wllh letters from Job ieekers eager to get on the federal payroll after 20 OOP years in (he political wilderness. The senators say they are •mazed. They had not looked for such a rush in a time oi generally booming business. Many of the senators say privately, they are sure most of the would-be* federal employes are going to be disillusioned—not only with \the limited number of job openings but also with the pay and qualifications. Most of (he • letters asked about the approximately 40,000 postmas- tershtps scattered throughout the country. One senator said Ills correspondents were surprised to lenrn these posts now are under civil serv See and that there is no llmlta tlon on the terms of the Incum bents. Postmasters now are named "without term." An aide to one GOP senator said he had been rul vised that this could be construct that the officials serve nt the plea sure of thePresident and arc re movable without cause If hi wishes. However, the Civil Service Com mission;-disputes this. It contend the postmasters have full tenur until death or resignation and iu removable only for cause. At.the moment, Job seekers' let ters are go'rig Into files pending decision as to how Republican pa rohage Is to he handled. One senator said - no word ha been received on this as yet fron Elsenhower headquarters. Herber BrowrieU, attorney general-deslg riate,; has-', been handling top-love appofntmenls but has not asked t receive applications for routin Jobs, this senator said. Another GOP source said he un derslood : Thomas E. • Stephens o New York,' chosen by Biscnhowe to b» his special counsel - at th While House, would be in charg of patronage. GOP senators who . have bee boning up'o'n patronage give thes reasons, why they think many Jo hunter* «re going- to be disn] pointed: , Federal clerical and slcnograp ' le workers in general do not^mak ly more than do comparable em- oyes In private business. Federal obs at these levels nre available ow, as there Is as much as a 5 per cent, annual turnover. • Living costs In Washington are > high that many persons actu- lly would lose money In coming the capital. . ' : A very high percentage of the i million' federal civilian Jobs e protected by civil service or omc form of merit system. . • . bout 95 per cent, the Civil Scrv- :b Commission estimates. The approximately 170,000 gov rnment Jobs which are not under lyll service nre mostly small ones, nd many also arc technical post- ions for which the .average Job ppllcant cannot qualify. Mangled' Body Proves Alive OKLAHOMA CITY (1F> — Dctec- Jves, grimly (searching for the nanglcd body of,a victim who had been run over by a freight train vcre tlabbergaslcd yesterday when .he "body" suddenly rose from be ,wccn the rails and asked what al lie commotion v;as about. The train had been uncoupled :o retrieve' the remains of Arthu E. Tarver, 53, over whose bod; seven freight cars had pa.vied But Tarver" explained, -'I Just laic! there until the cars passed over me. [o.spltal attendants said the cu Tarver's head was minor. Warren Won't Appoint Self to Vixen's Seat TUCSON, Ariz. (/!")—California's Qov. Earl Warren said last night will not appoint himself to fill he U. S. Senate scat which Vice 'resident-elect Richard Nixon will acate in January, • , "I Want to select a comparatively young man who will have an opportunity to accumulate seniority in .he Senate," Warren told a reporter, 'I will make the selection about Jan, 1 when Sen. NUon assumes the vice presidency." Warren was In this state to attend the'Western States Governors' Conference, which was to open In Phoenix today. Joliet Populace Won't Forget Lukie's Visit Mrs. Truman's Mother Buried TNDEPENDKNCE, Mo. (ip>— Tile "little White House" here was the scene today of (uncial services for Mrs. David W. Wallace, SO-year-oM mother of [he ilrs,t lady. President and Mrs. Truman ant their daughter Margaret were in se- clitslon at the old-fashioned mansion which was Mrs. Wallace's home from shortly after the Civil,War \m- III her son-in-law entered the bigger White House in Washington. The President arrived last night told his stuff to stay aboard thi presidential train unUJ It rcachec nearby Kansas City. Thereafter thi Triimans were at home only to thi Truman and Wallace families. Eisenhower's Inauguration To Be Biggest, Committee Says JOLIET, III. ... ,.,..„.... 7, came to Joliet from Chicago Sunday, and Joliet won't forget It for a while. Luktc's car failed to negotiate a turn on the outskirts and snapped off a utility pole. Lukle and three companions were unhurt, but: 700 feet of power line carrying 16,000 volts went down, and set fire to Luke's car. Lights went out on Jollet's East Side and many homes were also without heat for three, hours. A radio station was knocked ofl the air for 20 minutes. Nurses operated a hospital's Iron lung by hand for 15 minutes. '. Police charged Wright, "a Negro, with reckless driving. From his cell, Wright said, "1 was only going 20 miles an hour.' Original membership of the U S. House of Representatives was fixed at 65 b'y Congress, At present, there arc 435 members. Fur Tills Christinas Anrl » Lifetime . . . MORE FAMILIES BUY WOHI.l) BOOK Than Any Other ENCYCLOPEDIA Help your children win success! Just $10 down and Sfi a month brings World Book into your home. Call Bill Pattob at 8890. WASHINGTON Wt—The Republican chairman of the 1953 Inaugural Committee says the ceremonies aunchlng Dwlght D. .' Elsenhower as president of the United Slates probably will be the • biggest/beit attended ana most, costly in his- •ory. : . . Joseph C. McGarraghy, » local Republjcan leader and a lawyer, said In > radio Interview yesterday the cost will be around one million dollars. The Truman inauguration four years ago cost about $700,000. " . The million dollars Is being underwritten by local sponsors; who hope to get their money back" In sale of tickets to various festivals McGarraghy said.; The only thing the taxpayers foot the bill for 13 Ihe mammoth platform at the Capitol where the actual ceremonies will take place. McGarraghy said Republicans have waited 24 years for , »n .Inaugural ceremony, and ."we are go- Ing to celebrate," Some of the highlight! of th» celebration, M sled by McOarraghy: Sunday, Jan. 1»—Special religious services, with Catholic, Protestant and Jewish leaders participating. Symphony concert at night. Monday, Jan. 1»—Special attention given to hlatorle ahrlnes around Washington. Bit »how night. Tuesday, Jan. Wr-Tnauguration at Ihe Capitol at noon. Then the parade, with every state represented by a marching unit and a float. All armed services also on hand. Casualtitl IdentHitd WASHINGTON (*>— The Defense Department today identified more Korean War casualties (Llsl 701). Of the total, 16 are .dead, 100 wounded, eight Injured In battle- zone accidents. Caesar's. soldiers received par of their salaries In common salt. Lucky Lady Sample Shoe Sale 133 Pairs Deliso Debs —- Johansen ALL IN SIZE 4B Values to 16.95 brook A FAMILY SHOE STORE iPhont 2342: 1312 W. Moinf Baptism Comes After 72 Years IPSWICH, England Ml — Mrs. Mrs. Katie Berritt, DO, will lie bnp- Ib.etl by total immersion at Beth- seria Baptist Church here next Sunday "I've been • pondering this step since I was 18, and now I've made up my mind," she s.ald. Tlie church's baptismal pool will | be warmed for the occasion to make \ sure the ceremony does not chill her. The Iron dome of the CftpHol in Wnshlnglon, B.C., weighs 8,909,200 pounds. Beautiful New Brick Home Located 505 E. Hardln. Z bedrooms, one and *ne half tUe baths knotty pine den, large, living room, dining" room, Deluxe Geneva kitchen. Brceieway, attached garage arid store room. Kqalpped with Frlgldiilre Air Conditioner, centra! I.enno* .heating ijstem. Bled storm sashes. Lot 100 I 185. Price J24.5M. Just completed this S room house and bath at 413 E. Hardln Natural ESS htat, at'llo fan, beautiful Geneva Kitchen. Large storage attic. Garage and store room. Large landscaped lot. Price $16,000. Set or Call JOHNNY MARK Phone 4111 Re*. Phon. 2596 SHOP WARDS TOYLAND FOR UNDER-THE-TREE GIFTS Come see Wards complete selection of toy surprise! for Christmas. For all age groups. TRAILER AND AUTOMOBILE 2.95 24-piece ptattic set. hi- FULL BALL BEARING RIDE Cuiifoa tint 14./D Taiagtttot Semi-pneumatic tirei, riveted spolcei. Handle ban, saddle adjust. : Baiket for errands. 12" front whceL FOR AGES TO 7. With To-in. front wheel... 16.95 ; FOR AGES TO 8. \Virh 20-in. fr«t wheel;..l'l.91 AIRLINE TV, RADIO VALUES 21-IN. CONSOLE TV 269.95' *f«J, tax included; year wotvanh/, $?Q ® Smartly-.tyleJ cabinet has mahogany veneer finish rubbed to high lustre. 21* "black 11 rectangular picture tube for lharp contrast, clarity. One-knob tuning lynchronize* picture, sound—holds volume a* you swflch channels. Tilted safely glaii eliminales annoying room reflection*. Pay only $10 down on Terms. 21-INCH TABLE TV 219.95* *Fta r . fox induc/eJ; year warranfy, $10 CD Compact cabinet m simulated leather blends well wirh modem, traditional decor. 21-Inch "black" rectangular p*K- ture tube, convenient one-knob tuning, automatic gain control for picture stability, tilted safety glass. Civet excellent performance—Is good even In most fringe areas. $10 down on Ttrmt, WARDS CLOCK-RADIO 25.95 (B Wake to musk. New Clock-Radio hoi plaitic cabinet that always looks new. Self-ilarting Telechron clock, 3 rube-plus- rectifier radio. 10% down on Termi. . RADIO-PHONOGRAPH In "compact cabinet plays all 3 speeds of records. Radio hai 3 tubes plus rec- _ . _ c tifier. 10% dn. on .terms. 24. 7 J TOY CARPET SWEEPER . 69c Educational and fun, toov iSweeper actually works. Clear plastic top lets child see how carpet sweeper does work. WAVE-KIT GIRL DOLL 3.45 Gleaming Saran hair can be washed, cuHed with hair-waving kit. 12/z-in. doll hai ileep- ing eyes, wean imdieu CROW SHOOT SKILL GAME 1.98 Shoot trows off sl«e1 fence wilh 14 '/j-in. steel barrel "pop" gun. Cork* for ammunition. 5 black plastic crows. BULLDOZER TRACTOR 3.47 Shoots harmless exhaust sparki, Climbs intlinet — puihes, pulls loads. Scraper can be raised, lowered. Tractor treadv PRE-SCHOOL HEADSET .89 1 SEE WARDS COMPLETE .SELECTION OF TV AND RADIOS Be Sure to See Christmas Parade Tuesday, Dec. 9 ALL-VINYL 11-IN. DOLLS 98 C Completely washable vinyl ploiticdollsdresied In a variety of styles ond .colors. Bright painted features and hatr. Smoothly sanded wooden Beads in harmless bright colon; Manysiies and shapes. With strings. Choice of plastic case. 16" GROWLING PLUSH BEAR 2.89 An old favorite for Christmas. Soft rayon plush coot. Squeexe or move him and he growls In a big deep voice. See The Christmas Parade Tomorrow Night

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