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PAGE SIX THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 8, 1930 N The following is an exact reproduction of the "City Hall" news column which appeared in the Gazette Saturday (yesterday) morning, November 1. CITY HALL City Asked to Contribute $6,000 to Community Chest. The Finance Committee of the City Council yesterday took under consideration a request from the Community Chest organization for a contribution of $6,000 dur- ing the ensuing year to the Wel- fare. The city last year pledged .$3,000 for that purpose and has been paying it at the rate of $250 a month. During the severe weath- er last January an additional $500 was contributed to the bureau. It was pointed out yesterday that the city's contributions to various organizations this year would total $7,700, all of which is charged to the budget of the Ex- ecutive Department. Besides the Welfare Bureau, monthly pay- ments have been made to the Uni- versity of Arkansas Medical School, the Good Will Industries, the Free Dental Clinic, the Juvenile Court and the Little Rock Orphans' Home. Alderman Tuohey, chairman of the Finance Committee, said that the request for a $2,500 increase in the city's contribution will be taken under advisement and that the committee will study the situ- ation carefully to determine wheth- er it might be granted• The Street Committee and the Health Committee met yesterday afternoon, but their sessions were routine afairs. The weekly meet- mg of the Improvement District Committee was postponed• The first three paragraphs of the above news column disclose only one of the numerous and insistent demands upon the city administration for funds for worthy and public purposes. You learn therefrom that the Robinson administration during the year 1930, contributed in reg- ular monthly installments the sum of $7,200 to the Wel- fare Bureau, the University of Arkansas Medical School, the Good Will Industries, the Free Dental Clinic, the Juvenile Court and the Little Rock Orphans' Home, and that it further contributed the sum of $500 to the Welfare Bureau upon an appeal for emergency aid due to the suffering occasioned by the extreme cold weather in Jan- uary and February, making a total of $7,700 for the year. This total of $7,700 went into the sum total of all ex- penditures for the year 1930, made by the Robinson ad- ministration, which expenditures are being so frenziedly and hysterically criticized by Pat's enemies. A careful inspection of all expenditures made by the city during this year will reveal no item less meritorious or necessary than the contributions to the organized charities mentioned above. And yet it is said that this sum total of expenditures brands the mayor as incompe- tent in the handling of city finances, and unworthy of the people's continued confidence. But despite any criticisms of ambitious politicians that may be leveled at him, Pat will redeem the promise that you learn from the news column above, which was made yesterday by the Finance Committeebthat is, that the request by these patriotic and charitable gentlemen rep- resenting the Community Chest will be carefully consid- ered and granted if possible. The decision will be made with courage and with due regard for the city's finances for 1931. The above is given as a typical example of the daily problems to be met by the mayor and his co-workers in the administration of the city's highest executive position. THIS SPACE IS PAID FOR BY FRIENDS OF PAT ROBINSON ENVOY DENIES SPAIN FORT SMITH Catholic Daughters Install ()fflcers tervals during the evening were un- them was the par~y for the Senior the eider of the Paine FACES REVOLT; AVERS ] -- With Elaborate Cocial Ceremony [der the efficient charge of Miss Mar- Derdyen• Games and music formed ing once. Scherry tallied EXCHANGE IS PROBLEM[ (Continued from page 3) [ Installation of officers of the Joan garet Fenolio and were thoroughly the attractions, and at the earnest re St Anne's marker, while London,~Oct" 27.---Press reports, I cellent program of music• Chef J~°f! Arc. Court, Catholic. Daughters.,. of]enjoyed• quest of the musicians in the group," caught" a pass from his brother ~e:~ath:e:d'~je:;?e::v~:gut?::mer~: among the numbers rendered wereiAmer~ca' ands receptmn for visiting[ * , ---------- Mr. Derdyen favoredthem with a se- an e~ra point. ....... ~..~;~. a~-.~. .... the in~r ..... +ol ~1.~. ~- .... ~1-. t.~augn~ers' clmmea ~ne in,crest of al St. Anne s Acad.emy Honor Pupils lection of classical violin numbers, I ,~ ~1;~. ~1 .... * Q~.~-Ids. aeme~ here vy ~ne ~v~,.~o,. -~,,,~ ................... ~ ~*'°~° ~"~" ,larae number of Fort SmPhian~ ~^- ~ Honor ~'u~:l- -~ ~- ---- ' -- ~ ..... I S,.ar .... e. v.-z ,,.. ~ ........ • . ~ ~ ~ ~,Lo,,- v v, ~ v.L o~. ~nne s ~cau~- wmca were appreciated by the young ~ t~s1 tier, the Marqum Merry del Val~ m abeth and Gene Robinson and Ruby day night. The event took place slimy making "A" in at least three- Class at the home of Miss Valse Kar Ip°under'-~h° constantly o~ o~ a vernal statement to domestic ancl Lewis The violin Solos ........... the Kni-hts of ~'ol .......... I ................. "tverea a lye pouna rivaJ, was • uttu ~ne uue~[ s ~ umous nail, wnl,cnl:l:oUrun~ oz gnu. requires suojeczs, xor ranz. WhiCh was attand~ h,, +ha a,~ ~.. . . . - at • " s . . .......... z ....... " ~ne main zeamre t~e fore~g'n press representahve . . was decoratedm xami .... " s of ......... by MLsses Patsy Anna Sands and l the colors of thelthe e natmns of the first mx t~re class and several invited guests I.~hi~l,~¢ ~,~÷~ *~ ..... ~,~ a su -~no general zeeung oi ~ne country, _ ICourt ~ - ~ wo~^ a^..:^..~a$-~^~ r~..~ ~.. ~ " ..... ~..~-~.~ ~,,= s~-,~ ..- .............. ~ itertha Hymes, accompanied by Miss| ' iw ......., ~=,,,~-~, ,,~-,--~-~ ,~,~- ~ne ~unior Class were the enter-ttute,s rol~ ¢~ h ..... +~o defe~ ne aeclarea, is Si;lll monarchical, anu ' ' Mar " " " • ~ .......... ~ ~"" ....... ~_~.: ............. ] The ofhcersinstalled were Mrs Ison, y Narlsx and Rowena White.tamers for a card party give~ on the hero a ~uu,,uun, were es eclally gooo zne r.ne only ac~uauy grave source ox p- P " • " niors Cath ri " .......... x "" ........ [Charles F. Kent, grand regent; M~ssIJu , e ne Hoge, Mary Kar-roof garden of the Immaculate Con-l ............. prenenmon is ~ne quesuon oi me e - climax came when li~le J~elley ~u-~Jes-;- ~---~ _ • . - Irant Agnes Ma~- Kent|n-- Conc^t - "" ..... .. tm~,,-,~nr~u r~. ~..'~ .. ! ~.e ua)vson, vlce-grana regent;/ ' *a s, = - cup,ion ~cnool, Iuesaay ai~ernoon, l~r~.a^ l~ ~:hange. gene and Herbert Eston Wyatt sang[Miss Clue Bardele, prophetess; Mrs./inns Naris|, Vincent Paine and Ruth This was a benefit affair and was~ .... ~' ............. :,-":.-:-=.--~ ..... The Marqum demed that the fall a duet "When " ~e~ ~nu • " , Day Is Done (a lul-lW• F. Muzen, lecturer; Miss LenatShiolds. Sophomore, Elizabeth Belt, patronized by the other classes of St.l~ ._ l of the peseta m due to economm lab ac m an lham B r , ~co~ • " y), co p led by their mother, i Deiser, monitor; Miss Clara Limberg,/Wi " o gengasser, Mary Farrand, Anne s High---one hundred per cent• ~ .................. "::'-'=':'""':x" .............. causes, but that the reason for de Mrs Colher W att at ere Lorm H 1 ~ei~ xacme " • " y , the piano•lfinancial secretary; Miss Lily Mae~SP " ,e en Plien, Louis Post. Rumor has it that the Junior coffers[--,. Jol~ precmtmn m lar ely psychological Other 1 ~ shmen ~uen • " " {~ ' • p eas'ng numbers were ren-IMcBride, treasurer; Mrs. Charles[Fre , Catherine Chambers, Au- were much enriched• [ .........-~-::~-~'~'-~ ......... The strikes are only mild. affairs, dered on the violin by Everett Sands, JKramer, historian; Miss Mollie Burns,[drienne Clinton, Mary Frances Fen- A delightful evening party was that[ ..--~=~ ~ua,~ SM on me WhOle, ne sm~ea, aualng ~na~ [ ~narp Jr, and Sam White At the close of sentinel Mrs Martin u wick en • • " " " I " ; • " e K per, or- " • joyed by the Freshman Class, Sat- - ................................................ tim .government has that. mtuatmn the program and as most of the guests ]ganist; Mrs. Ellen O'Shea and "Mrs.tSt. Anne's Wins Two Places in the urday last, when Miss Sylvia Blanch] vot~^~ Center (~t wen m nanu ann m proceeumg s~eau remame to en the m m • ~" " " d joy u "c, Father [Mayme Ballard, trustees. | U.D.C. State Contest . [Derdyen, a member of the class, ,-" " -~-~:'7"~.[:=-_~- .... toward economm stability The ~ gn~ ~u~,~ "I ~ ..... " .. Lundergan, stepped forward and ex-[ The ceremonial was under the di-] In the annual English composition [was a charming hostess at the home [~ .... =--ns~ amoassa~or asl~ea sue press ~o am r "~"', ~" ..... "[p eased his gratitude and very great [rection of Mrs. Juanita Blaschke,|eontest pertaining to subjects of I of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice[ ......... ~'~-~'~ ~ourage umqmeung rumors. ] surprise at the demonstration of love Hot Springs, who is the State Grandlhistorical events sponsored hy the [people. I. o ""~ ........ The journahsts were told that~ ~ t,owery ---- ..... !and esteem shown him by his former Regent. Other members of the Hot[ State Federation of the United] I ....... =..--.-'-"--." ......... S l~i:n possesses, one of the largest i flock' which, as he said, had been a 'Springs Court were the Mesdames]Daughters of the Confederacy, twd~,--= ...... ,- __ [_ . l~igr~ J~na.~ ~l ANNK ~ TRIUMPH T~ w. &~ota reserves in the world. State ~'ain of mustard seed from which Nunneman "-n- " ..... / ~s -f ...... " S Iannam .......... = ....... ~" I , ~o us, narne~ ann unap-', prrze o zlve Collars eaen were won l OVER MID ........... I .... mae~euness was no~ grea~ zor a , '-A~U ~UAU ~luar~eruacz had grown,, the largest of bushes, the [man• Present also were Rev Father[by pupils of St Anne s Academ-- [ [ -o country po~essmgiz the _large re-lmustard tree. [Peter Post, O.S B ,~Court Chaplain;l Duval JohnSon, who was one off-. - . .. ~--f--- .. _ ]Hall ....................................... V. ure ox ~ ain ~ ecul " , ' " , I~arlsl and V. t'alno Leaa Local ~o es p p atmn had ,, s In Left Halfback • I Father Lundergan s work here will [Rev. Father Murray, State Chaplain; ]the winners, chose for his theme The [ 25 to 0 Victo-- Line PI-- .t [ V Lowers, ] played a part m the present cond~ ~v ~T s ~- ~ • "-]l' e long in the hearts of the people ]Rev. Father McBarron and Rev. ]Famous Tunnel Escape From Elmira] Shields lsF=--r " ] " ~:'-=~:-~'-~'~'---~- ...... lion and. Spaniards themselves had land is a shining example of faith IFather LaBonte. [Prison," and Lolo Moore's subject[ t~ e [. ~gn~nmxvac~ ~. been guilty of playing the 'bear" an ,, JNanquest ~ I d perseverance. God has blessedl A graceful feature of the program]TM The Most Distinguished Arkan-[ ~, a ..... ~ ........ ] ........... ~-- ........ .~---in~ .... *he v"esetaThe envo,,~ also t ........... ~ ~ ~ . .... ~. ~,,-~ ~ ~cu~emy grmsrers caeca Fullback ..........• ]tm won~erzully ~om sp~r~uauy" " and was the presentation of a handsome,[sas ~urgeon,, in the Confederate]the Midian~u n~ .......... n ~cnoot u ~ [ " " " etr~a me elemen~ ox paine. I rum'-oral]-- '--', ...... , ...... Army Both th~s ..... :~ ....... I g d n ors ~o I ~core Dy periods" ............. / v ~. isuver oasKel; aria an arm D0uque~ oz, -" ¢ ~ vuv,,o =.~ '"~''~their strin- ^* --:'-'-'--- -" ...... ~ ...... 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' ',_~,~ ~lrrlCl~ll;y O~: passing xrom one regime I full,, cart'-in- it on under *~2 '^-~^- ~ ...... .., ..... .. ,, , ........ ! .........,,~,. ~r,ng. I cnerry. roin after toucnau-' t ~ ~, a u ~-~ ,~=~,=~- lyears wire orlman~ success anu sat-inmmwe en orougn~ w~tn i~ several ~ Vincent Paine and Marion Naris| IPaino ~.,~s~ ~mo...~ o,,hstit~ to another--from dmtatorsh~p" " to [ship ofOur Lady of Victory.' -- ]isfaction. [unlovable. ..... weeks fo~ .~t .~nne'---'s r~l'~" n"/ ., . I ,v,, o~ .............. • , . . . . . ~ . . g were ~ne scoring start, the ,team flot McLam McGan Ann~ freedom of expressmn. ~Claudm M. Price, reporter. ] The mus, cal numbers g~ven at m- School pupilsProminent among Icrossin~ the ~ .......... P . I .....' . . se. St.._ • s mm~tna goal ~wlce ann [Stll;U~lons, oonnson, ShieldS,