The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1952 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 30, 1952
Page 14
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PAGE SIXTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUHIER NEWi HAL BOYLE'S COLUMN Do You Have Telephone Fear? People Judge You By That Personality NEW YORK IB — DO You havo "telephone fear?" Or does your telephone shudder When ever you reach for It? Are you making a real buddy of your telephone, or are you letting it show you up ns a bum? These questions are being explored by a 29-year-old social pioneer named Barry Garfield who is trying to correct n mistake m a rt « by Dr. Alexander Graham Bell 75 years ago. "He Inventer the telephone," remarked Garfield, "but he neglected to teach people how to use tt." Tfce Proper Use With some 35 million telephones now ringing more or less steadily, GarJIeld thinks U Is high time Individuals should realize that the proper use of these little gadgets can help them win or lose social or business success. He also believes corporations fall to appreciate how poor telephone techniques by their employes cost them millions of dollars In terms of lost sales or good will. Suppose you use the newest toothpaste, smoke a smart cigar- ttte, employ the correct deodorant, wear th« right clothes, avoid 'five o'clock shadow," and keep your mind mzor sharp by reading only the best books? If you |>lck up t telephone and bark into It: "Hi' ya, kid?" — well, all Is ruined. You've gone to a lot of self- taprovement for nothing. Judged By Telephona The telephone projects your personality, and the people judge you by it," Oarfield remarked severely- Jie has founded what he hopes is a new science-leie-technology-to remedy the situation. What is tele- technology? Garfield defines It this way: "It Is th« study ot Ihe economic and social aspects of the tele- phone and Its USD by individuals and companies as a business and social tool." Oarfield is writing a hook how to use the telephone and trying to get big corporations and business schools to glvo courses in H. New U. of A. Head Coming to State FAYETTEVll.LE, Ark. IA1 — Dr. John T. l>v|wcll, newly elected president oi the University of Arkansas, will come here next weekend for a series of conferences with University Provost Joe Co Ington. U will be Caldwell's first visit to the University since he was named to succeed Dr. Lewis Webster Jones, who resigned last fall to become president of Rutgers University. Caldwell, heiul ot Alabama College, who won't assume his duties here utilll about July 1, will be accompanied by h i s wife. WARNING onr>£K n the Chancery Courl, Chlcka- iwwba District, Mississippi County, Arkansits. Clynell Caltes, Plaintiff, vs. No. 12035 Bobby Joe Cattcs, Defendant. The defendant. Bobby Joe Cnttes, Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Clynell Cnttes. Dated this 22nd day of April. 1052, Guy Walls. Attorney for Plaintiff Ed B. Cook Attorney Ad Litem Harvey Morris, Clerk By Anita Sykes. D.C. 5,22-20-5:6-13 Little Rock Man To Oppose Hays 5th District Solon Draws Opposition From Amos Guthridge UTTLE ROCK (IF)—Arab Ollth- rldge, T.tttle Rock attorney, yesterday said he would oppose Rep. Brooks Hays for the Democratic nomination from the 5th Congressional District. E3 SehuKz. Jacksonville weekly newspaper publisher, said he would sock the same office as an Independent In the general election. Outlirldgc, u Stiilcs-RiBht-s Democrat leader In Arkansas^ snld he would file his corrupt practices pledge this afternoon. Outhridgc said !ils bid for the congressional -seal was "a personal political aspiration brought on by the type of representation we have had" hut added that he was still very much Interested In the states rights principles. GulhrldKc \va.s Arkansas cnm- paljjn mannger In 1948 for the States Rights national ticket which lost In Arkansas but carried In several -southern stalf*. Later he bi'cauie state fh.iirJiijin of the States Rlslits Democrats. The 5th- district Ls compcserl of Pulaskl. Faulkner. Conway. Pope, Perry and Yell counties. Schultx said he wa.s a lifelong Democrat but v;a.s "not in accord with the KOCuiHstlu traid" wlllch he said had been injected into the party. DOUAR-WISE? TH£N IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOU1 Th« Mo> Adams Appliance Co. Inc. 206-208 W. Main rhone 207t Cherry Tree Donor Rises From Sickbed TOKYO W — The Japanese who donated the cherry trees to Washlneton 50 years ago got up from what was supposed to be his death bed yesterday on the first full day of Japan's independence. Yuklo Ozakl, 94. who as mayor of Tokyo sent the trees to the U. 8. as a good will gesture, went out and on the verandah of his home for the first time In three months. As Japanese often do on sepcla! occasions, he wrote n poem. As translated from the Japanese version published In Tokyo newspapers, It ran: "Prom my sickbed I looked tit the cherry blossoms In my garden, and they reminded me of spring along the Potomac." Read Courier News Classified Ads. PSC Tabs May 5 For Telephone Refund Hearing LITTLE ROCK If} — An Arkansas Public Service Commission hearing will be held May 5 to decide how refunds will be made to Southwestern Bell Telephone Company customers. The Arkansas Supreme Court made refunds necessary when It rejected the full rale Increase asked by Bell. The company has been charging Its customers on the basis of Its requested rate hike. Real Reason The tremendous increase in the world's population in recent years Is not the result of a rising birth late, but of a falling death rate. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on PLANTING SEED SOYBEAN SEED \Ve have Otfdcn arl( j Dortch No. 2 Cleaned arid Sacked. Ready for immediate delivery. 4 COTTON SEED PER BUSHEL Kmpire CoHon Seed, first year from breeder. Discounts'on large lots. 6 50 PER HUNDRED RED TOP GIN CO. N. Highway 61 Phone 3756 th« premlMi deicriUd *t: W»lnut uid Division Sis. Blythe- w!Je, Mississippi County, Arkansas. The undersigned states that he Is * cltUen of Arkansas, of good moral character, th»t he has «ever been convicted of i felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no lleem* to sen beer by the rnidcr- WEDNESDAY, APRIL SO, 1953 signed has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violatuijf the laws of this state, or any other slate, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of July 1952, and to ex- pire on th« 30th day ot June 1961. Eddie B. David (Applicant) ' Subscribed and sworn to before me this 29ih day or Apru 1K3. , Oscar Alexander (Notary Public} My Commission expires: 9-12-&I SEAL loday-find Out TvhyIt is the• THE 010 SUNNY BROOK COMPANY. lOUISVILtE, KENTUCKY MEAD'S Presenting New Straw Hat Styles by America's Two Most Famous Makers 322 MAIN STREET Be Prepared For No? ional Straw Hat Day! / I® one wins fta Strav\/ Vou'll have a hard time voting (or your favorite from this bumper crop of smart, new Stetson straws. Maybe you'll choose the Stetson Garland *^ : ...a handsome lightweight Windward Palm. Or perhaps you prefer the sun-shading, breeze-inviting Stetson Mayfair^^ lt>s ' «"e go-with- everything PanrJuro with a versatile puggiee band. Is "nothing but the best" your credo? Then pick Ihe fcalherlight Stetson TfOpnY^T} ... of fines! Panama with a neat, narrow contrasting band . . . You tean to Ihe famous Stetson Yacht hat? 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