The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee on December 13, 1956 · Page 10
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Nashville, Tennessee
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Thursday, December 13, 1956
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Complete alterations included FREE PARKING & i k Am h rF' ..' vj.::?- .. . i saws Eisenhower Gets 'A' By Election Newsmen June Carter Smith Her lonely nights . . J Carl Smith blighted their hvt WASHINGTON (IP) Newsmen who covered the election campaign of the four major candidate gave President Eisenhower's publia relations team an "A-plua" and Adlai E. Steven'e camp a "D-minus." They said San. Estes Kefauver was likeable and co-operativs. The findings were made public Tuesday after a survey of newsmen by Ludwlsr Caminita Jr., a local public relation counselor. The survey said reporters generally scored Stevenson "as an unco-operative personality who made it difficult for people to cover him adequately." It said Kefauver's staff was co-operative and helpful and that the senator "came out much let ter as a personality than did Stevenson." Both Nixon and Kefauver per sonally were praised for "full eo operation" with newamen. Wife Sues rordinss are "I'm Alright "Baby, I'm Tired" and Woman." Henry Play Scheduled HENRY, Tenn. A three-act comedv. "Books and Crooks," will Now," I be presented by the Henry hif?h "Strange' school junior class at 7:30 p.m. 1 Monday in the school gymnasium. K1 ii3 1 (Continued From Page One) known to her friends and fans as "Junebug." "Betcha My Life I Love You," is one of his hit recordings. Plucked Way to Fama Smith, 29, is the drawling Union countlan who plucked and sang his way to fame in the country music field and a niche on the Grand Ole Opry. They were married in Mary-ville, Tenn., July 9, 1952. ", . . For the first few months of their married life." the suit, filed by Attorney Weldon White, said, "(Smith) was kind, considerate, and attentive to her; but during the early part of 1953 he seemed to lose interest in (her) and without any explanation whatever he stayed away from (her) and their home for two days and nights." The suit said similar incidents occurred in June of 1953 and the early part of 1955. "When confronted by (his wife) with his conduct," the suit sets out, "(Smith) not only refused to offer anv 'explanation but stated that it was no concern of (hers) as to where he went, with whom he associated, or when he returned to his home. 'Nobody is Mad . . .' Smith said yesterday the divorce "was more or less a mutual agrees ment. Nobody is mad. "The separation was also agreed And the abandonment is a legal term. I have continued to send her checks every week." About the absencee from home, he said, "I am sometimes on the road for weeks. Sometimes my own manager doesn't know where I am." The Smiths separated during the early part of 1955. His address is listed on court records as oou vicor drive. Mrs. Smith lives in a two- story colonial home off Due West avenue. 'Tried Several Times' The suit charged that Mrs. Smith has attempted several times to ef fect a reconciliation without bmc- cess. It also said that Smith had sent weekly or monthly sums to his wife for support of her and the child. Rebecca, 14 months. The suit asked that two insurance policies on Smith's life total ing $35,000 be continued by him and that the daughter continue to be listed as beneficiary. Mrs. , Smith, born in Maces Springs, Va is a member of the "Carter family," famous in coun try music circles. Last summer she attended a school for dramatic actresses in New York city. Others of her re- Si KT-T a4 Mr-""" ANKS 29 ea. SANTA SAYS: 44SAY MERRY CHRISTMAS With FLOWERS" Call Your Florin Today! Nashville-Davidson County Florist Association Msm mm t WHILE SUPPLY LASTS U30P MM While they last! 12-pc. ' Waterless' UEAU V ALUWIfJlir.' C00IIUAE1E SET Mii nt tminleed by famous BUCKEYE Aluninura Co. 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Barnett of Mount Vernon, 111., eaid here yesterday. Barnett spoke at the meeting of executive secretaries of education boards of more than 100 conferences of the Methodist church. He spoke in the third day's sessions of the five-day annual meet ing of the group at the Metnomsi board of education, iuui mne-teenth ave., S. "Rnrnett. unlri that churches OI f purer thun 100 members often lack adequate leaders, have a defeatist ft tiirio tnn freauent cnanses in pastors, ana JacK or nnanciai Rnmptt- recommended that Christian education leaders make frequent visits to small cnurcnes and tell personnel about latest tAnhntniiea nf develoDlne leader ship. He said these outside visitors aUn ahmiid' use the churches as centers for training the lay per-al within ronsrree-ttions. Dna nf tho rnmmltleMI of the conference recommended that per sonal religious growtn or cnurcn people be furtherea ty associaung with people who are in different occupations. Baptists To Seek Record Budget The Southern Baptist 'conven tion's executive committee last night voted to recommend to the convention a record 1958 budget goal of'16,500,000. It is approximately o.vw.wv greater than total 1956 receipts. ti tth ai1 nrnnn. i jr. mrrv ajbc Spencer, secretary of the Missis sippi Baptist lounaauon wu elected presiaem or ine maawm- UUU Vk. .,"''. - tives Tuesday. He succeeded Herschel Pettus, of the Louisiana TOanttaf fsmnriatmn- Other new officers Include Dr. Jim Bryant of the Virginia Baptist group, vice president, and Gconte Shearin, of Texas, eecre- "TVw - AVAeitti eAV, HATnm TTA IBM. night, also approved a series of goals for total giving through 1964. In that year, Southern Baptist will be asked to contribute a total of $728,000,000 to all denominational work. The Increased figure Is to aid in establishing 30,000 new preaching points by 1964. 287 UT Students Candidates for Degrees muteiamJKMa3rMemi!JMamiirjai mm a if , c? vnnn s w ii ML KNOXVTLLE -Am A total of 287 students are candidates for degrees at the University of Tennessee quarter commencement Dec. 20. The list Includes 223 candidates for undergraduate degrees and 64 e-, jlMM0;ia, it' 1 r yiklP ' m K Mitel!) iil i m u Lrwi'.v.i am w w -r Si i&Sti 5 in1 f Mi n If AttlSrttSI 7 8 all. 4JS S3 291 "5 ADCkl CWCDV M ,ws s.s'e S.TS.IAS . ArgfjS NITE 'TIL 9 'TIL XMAS 5th AVE, at ones: S7. Buy with Conftoitci i , Satkfecthn Guutntttd! J CII 2-2023 I 2 .14 W.l4. X.'ttfc V.t4i T.LA .tl4. C 7h AT McCAVO C K for advanced degrees. i

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