The Paris News from Paris, Texas on October 12, 1960 · Page 11
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The Paris News from Paris, Texas · Page 11

Paris, Texas
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Wednesday, October 12, 1960
Page 11
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THE PARIS NEWS, WED., OCTV..12, 1960 --11 Rotary to Hear Publisher From Greenville Here The president and publisher of The Greenville Herald-Banner, Mail Sheley, will speak to the Paris Rotary Club at its noon luncheon Friday at The Nicholson House, Sheley's address will highlight National Newspaper Week, H e will be introduced by Bill Thompson, managing editor of The Paris News. A veteran newspaper m a n, Sheley is the son of a newspaper owner and publisher. He has worked in all departments of daily and weekly newspapers while in junior high, high school and the summers in beiween. Me was born in Phoenix, Ariz., and moved to the Midwest 1 n 1918, attending elementary and high school in Central and Southern Illinois. He was graduated from Notre Dame University, and also attended the University o f Missouri. Slieley's newspaper experience after graduation included work in the news departments of the Chicago Tribune, St. Louis Post- DLspatch, Lincoln Evening Courier, and South Bend Tribune, and as general manager of newspapers MATT SHELEY . . .Kolnry Speaker in Mississippi and Louisi ana. His experience also includes advertising and circulation work on daily and weekly newspapers, plus brief stints in the bureau of United Press at Herrin, 111., and Associated Press ot Springfield and Cenlralia III. He was also assistant to the publisher of T h e Lincoln Courier. With the Greenville Herald- Banner for six years in November of this year, Sheley was editor and production manager until May of 1957 when he became president and publisher. He served as an Army officer during World War II. Church Worships In Real Silence RICHMOND, Va. (AP)-Every Sunday afternoon a small congrc- g-jtion of deaf people from the Richmond area gathers In St. Paul's Episcopal Church here to worship in silence. The service, including hymns and prayer book responses, by conducted in sign language b y the Rev. J. Jaquelin Ambire, assistant to the rector at St. Paul's. The Rev. Mr. Ambler lear n ed sign language while attending Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria. If anyone who is not deaf attends, Mr. Ambler speaks along with the signs. Otherwise the service is silent. In singing, tfie members of the congregation make their signs in wide, graceful and rhythmic mo- tions—all m unison. There are no bowed heads during the service because all members have to watch the minister. He faces the congregat i on during communion for the same reason. On such occasions as Easier and Christmas the deaf congregation meets with the regular congregation of St. Paul's and an interpreter is furnished for them. The first deaf congregation here was organized more than 50 years ago. It formerly met at St. Andrews Episcopal Church but was transferred to St. Paul's eig h t years ago because of the more central location. St. Paul's is across the street from the state capitol and is the church Robert E. Lee attended. Benny Starts Season Without Wife, Mary By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-TV Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP)—There was much to-do when Gracie Allen retired from show business. Not generally known is the fact that her close friend, Mary Benny, has been virtually retired for almost a decade. This was disclosed by Jack Benny as ho prepared to kick off his llth and most strenuous sea- sen in TV. He'll face it without Mary, except for a brief appearance on his first show next Sunday. "I needed a scene in which someone would scold me for going on TV every week," Jack explained. "Mary was the only one who could do it, because she is the only woman who has a close L.P. McCuistion Library Slates Poetry Display The L. P. McCuistion Library at the Sanitarium of Paris will observe Poetry Day Saturday with a special exhibit featuring local poets. Miss Nina Shelton, librarian, says the exhibit marking the ob- ser-ance of world, national and sta' Poetry Day will be set up for display both Friday and Saturday at the library. The exhibit of local poetry works, including an anthology containing poems by local peop 1 c, will feature the scrapbooks of pocnxs written by Miss Ma r i e Barton from 192G to now. The public is invited to view the exhibit. relationship with me. She agreed to do the short scene, but not before an audience, of course. She gets nervous even without an audience. While Mary's given up performing, she's still an important member of the Benny team. "I always take decisions to her, because she has great insight," Benny said. Benny is embarking on a weekly TV grind (hough he is 27 years beyond his legendary 39. He doesn't need the money. He doesn't need the fame. So why does he do it? "I think it makes more sense in building an audience," he explained. "Before, no one knew exactly which week I was on; I didn't even know myself. It was hard to maintain a rating, because people who liked my show might not like the alternate show, and vice, versa. "Besides, I like to work. I've always been a little show crazy Bob Hope and I often argue which ot us is the worse in that regard. We both hate long vacations." Kanawha Youth Class Has Party at Church Special to The News KANAWHA — The Methodist Youth Sunday School Class had a party in the church recreation room, the boys, as losers in an attendance contest, entertain! n g the girls. Forty-two and other games were played, and homemade ice cream and cookies were served to 20, including Mr. and Mrs. Ed Garrison, the teachers. Anderson Campaign FORT WORTH (AP) — Robert B, Anderson, secretary of the Treasury, will fly to Fort Worth Sunday for a throe-day campaign In behalf of the Nixon-Lodge ticket in this area. The 2,900-milc Congo River is one of the world's longest and sec ond in Africa only to the Nile. H drnins a basin of 1,450,000 square mites. AVERY Paris News Service Mr. and Mrs. James Nicks and daughter Cynthia of Dallas visited Mr. and Mrs. George Nicks and Mr. and Mrs. Arvil Wils o n of Avery over the weekend. Mrs. Nicks and daughter remained to be willv her mother, Mrs. Wilson, who is recuperating at home following .surgery in the Clarksville hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Curfman and son Mike of Rockwall and Mrs. Curtis Lemon nf Clarksville have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smith. Miss Sarah Williams is spending this week in Dallas with Mr. and Mrs. Brose Gardner. T. I. Williams is in Austin, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rhea Williams. Mr. and Mrs. .lames FJilly Bean and children have returned to Garland after visiting Mrs. Gladys Bain and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Murphy. 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