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, JAKUARY 12, 19)0 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Strike on Arkansas Paper Continues ROCK, Ark., Jan. 12, |j|»)—A* strike against the Arkansas Gazette is continuing but not for the tefcsott It was started. State l*boV Commissioner C. K. CijL ttfth6rlze«l spokesman for both Mnleement and the striking American Newspaper Guild (CIO), announced In a statement last night: "The issue .which originally caused the strike (disagreement over • dismissal clause in a proposed contract) was subsequently reiolved in negotiations . . . "However, out of the most re• cent negotiations arose the issue on which no agreement has been reached, causing continuation of the itflke. This Issue Is whether or not employes of the circulation department, who are members of the .guild, are Jegally members of the ^bargaining unit." Twenty-three newswrilors and photographers struck Dec. 17. Ten circulation employed joined the val^out later. The Gazette has continued to publish its regular morning editions. A picket line has been maintained arouh'd the Gazette building. Tumor Clinic to Resume Jan. 19 At Wood River WOOD RIVER, Jan. 12. — The Wood River Township Hospital tumor clinic will resume operation Thursday, Jan. 19, from 10 a. m, to 12 noon, after being • inactive over the* holidays. Sponsored by the Junior Worn-' an's Club with the gratis assistance of the Wood River Township Medical Society and the Wood River Township Hospital, clinics will be staged each Thursday as in the past. According to a statement issued by Mrs. Roy Adams, chairman of tht health committee of the junior club,'"There is a definite need for a clinic of this type in Wood River township and the Wood River Junior Woman's Club is happy to announce that the clinic has been accepted wholeheartedly by the residents." In order to realize the full purpose of the clinic, applicants visit- Ing must be tumor or cancer patients with symptoms such as external growths or internal mass or swelling. This is not a confirmation clinic, but is for those patients who have not visited a doctor regarding their illness. Visits can be made to the clinic by appointment only, by contacting the hospital switchboard. All patients are asked to report to the hospital receptionist fifteen minutes before appointment time for a necessary interview. Any person, regardless of financial status, desiring professional advice about a swelling, growth or Irritation will be given a diagnosis free of charge in order to prevent any permanent disability in the future. The patient will be referred to hjs family physician with no obligation to the clinic physician. East St. Louisan Appointed SPRINGFIELD, Jan. 12. <£>> Mrs. Hannah M. Welser of East St. Louh? was appointed by Gov, Stevenson yesterday }o the Illinois committee on the Midcentury White House Conference on Children and Youth. Mr*. Weiser is an employe of the juvenile division of the East St. Louis police department. READ TELEGRAPH WANT ADS SOON TO MOVE—.Miss Bridget Eagan, 91, and her brother, Lawrence D. Eagan, 85, have occupied for the last seven years the old frame residence on the Root tract, opposite the Catholic Children's home on State. The tract is being cleared and graded as the site for a new public school. The frame building which the Eagans occupy was formerly servants' quarters in connection with the old Rocr mansion that was torn down soon after the school' district purchased the tract. They will go to the home of Eagan's daughter in Jerseyville. —Staff photo. State Farm Head to Speak In Greene County Jan. 21 CARROLLTON, Jan. 12. (Special)—Charles B. Shumann, Sullivan, president ol the-Illinois Agricultural Association will be guest speaker at the annual meeting of the Greene County Farm Bureau, to be held In conjunction with the annual meeting of the Producer's Supply Co. and the Greene County Service Co. at 12 noon Saturday, Jan. 21 at Greenfield Community High School. Entertainers on the program will be the Little German Band from Illinois College, Jacksonville; Gerber, the master of deception; Keough and Arto, athletes, and Bob Holt, a mimic. Shumann was elected president of the IAA In Nov., 1945, succeeding Earl Smith. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois, where he received his Master's degree In agronomy. He operates a 300 acre farm and supervises tenants on a 450 acre farm. He served as director for two years of a production credit association and has been vice president and president of a rural electric company. Sorority to Meet CARROLLTON. — Members of Delta Kappa Gamma will be entertained at dinner here Friday evening at the Methodist Church. Hostess will be Miss Nita Ford of this city. Centerville Club Meet* CARROLLTON. — Members of the Centerville Women's Club entertained their husbands at a p,ot- luck dinner Thursday at the home of Mrs. Henry Beebe, The occasion Is an annual event. No pro- Brian Donlevy Walks Away from Crash SOLVANG, Calif., Jan. 12—(^Pi- Brian Donlevy walked away from a crash landing. The actor and his co-pilot, Edward Denault, escaped injury y terday when the propeller of Donlevy's small plane flew off. The plane crash-landed on a ranch. Since the beginning of the occupation, through September, 1949 the United States has been the source of 85 percent of all commodities Imported into Japan. gram is planned for the day, other than recreation. What Happened to That's So Important? - See Page 22 - MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS SanforiBod, full cut Rot. f*.M and SS.» 1 .45 4 tor $£.00 eich 3 1 White Dress Shirts.$1.00 tach CHILDREN'S DRESSES Slightly soiled, $ value* to »4.00.. Carter Feather *•} f|f| Warm GOWNS, each.. ViUV WE LOSE! YOU GAIN! Most off Those Hems are Reduced to BELOW COST for Quick Sale! CHILDREN'S COATS AND SETS . . . at give - away price*. CHILDREN'S DRESSES $5.00 SUITS, only . S1S.99 2-Pc. SUITS . $12.99 3-Pc. 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