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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1949 'Tax and Spend' Policies Blasted BLYTHEVILI.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Everybody Gets into the Act As Met Opens to TV-Happy Mob Byrnes Urges Drop In Taxes, Reduction Of National Debt BILOXI, Miss,, NOV. 22. W)—A former cabinet officer made a sharp attack on government (iscal policies last night and called (or a drop in taxes and the national debt. In his second assault cm the Truman administration, former Secretary of State James P..Byrnes told the Southern Governors' Conference that federal taxes and the public debt constitute the real trouble nov, besetting this country. The cure, added the former ad- minSstration .stalwart, was to be found neither In a larger public debt nor In a heavier tax load, but he ^ PEW no immediate remedy. Deficit spending will continue he declared. Byrnes' first attack on the admm- istration came In a recent speec: at Washington and Lee University There, he charged the federal government with "statism," with taking over more and more the powers and prerogatives ol local govern mcnts. No Cuts Considered Last night lie told the South's chief executives: "We should devote to cutting ex- penditurc.s some of the thought we are devoting to taxing and borrowing But cutting, expenditures is not scr- tously considered in the executive departments and. new taxes will not be seriously considered In Con- Rress. So deficit spending will continue," Byrnes said. "Big government is more dangerous than big business." Byrnes added. "Little governments can regulate big business but it is difficult to regulate bie tzovernment. "The spenders, while deploring deficit spending, assert as an excuse that there was deficit spending dur-l ing the Roosevelt administration. ...But who can forget that in l»3:i the banks of the nation were closed, farmers whose mortgages were foreclosed were deserting the farms, factories were idle and the nnem- ployed walked the streets hungry? "Only a spender with no sense of responsibility could fail to see the difference," .said the former U. S. l Supreme Court justice. "Today we have 'unexampled prosperity.' U the government cannot live within iu income, what will it do should we H.v Arthur Kvorell +• NEW YORK, Nov. 22. (API—Ev- . Bi-ybody sot into the act last night the Metropolitan Opera opened Is 65th season. On-stagc, the Richard Strauss I'omen-domlnated opera "Dcr Ros- enkavalier" went off smoothly with Rise Stevens, Eleanor Steber and others, singing out their arias to six iolidly packed tiers of opera goers. Between acts, the great and svo«id-bc great of society put on their own show tor the television ameras. Those who weren't starred hi either performance lined the corridors and pointed, oohcd and aahed LUXORA NEWS Airs G- C. Driver Mrs. G. C. Driver, Jr., entertained her two table bridge club Thursday afternoon at her home. Guests present w<.*re Mrs. Lester Stevens and Mr.?. S. C. Ingnim. Game jji'nws were won by MLS. SI evens and Mrs, G. P. Crawford, After the game* the hosiers served a dcraert course. Mr. a»d Mrs. W. D. Terry and daughter, Martha Claire, ami Miss j Peggy Robinberry, of Smnckowr, CARl'THFRSVILLE NEWS By Joan Douglass PAGE FIVE 1 N'unitKTfd ainons Luxoran.s t.ik- ms advantage of the openitig week of deer iiea.son la.si \veek \va.s a p:ir- ty coiKsisiin? of Hay Olive, Wr.Iter PenuoiUer, Jv v Hugh \V i i ft l\ t, Clii.nip Meadows, and Clurejitc CiaViorti. ThLs parly went to Mountain View, Ark. Mr.s. C. B. Woorl spc'iit two days la=t woek ii] IlarrLsburs a.s Die uue.st of her druighter, Mrs. R. \V. Bntler, and family. at celebrities on and off the sta One minute, the opera house at 39th Street and Broadway wim a j were weekend puests of Mr. and Mr.s. gloomy, deserted cavern. Its only j c, B. Wood and Mrs. J, I. Minim, tight came from a single .fcelilc , oiher Smackovcr visitors up ior ihc bulb above the orchestra pit. playoff football game and weekend In the next, it became a glittering, were Mr. and Mrs. L. B- Tennyson brilliant arena, with bejewelcd pa- and 'daughter, A»n, who \yrre the Irons strung in a harseho.sc pattern »uc.sts of Mr. and Mr.s. C. B. Thom- arotind the colorfully laid-mit stage, j us. But the bar was never dim, Atid : never cjuiei. A table captain, veteran of 15 consecutive 'Opening nights, lamented; '•'rii!5 ii the worst I have over seen. They alt want, to walk around in front of the television cnrncrus. How can \ve keep the aisles clear?" He couldn't. He finally gave up. The opening was televised a year ^o, to. But. this year ABC pn?.scnl- ed it over an expanded network for record audience. Hi&h-jmks ^svsth as huvc cuUvened opening.s in other year.-?, were few. Mrs. Hetty Henderson, who once gained fame by hOHtin<> her leg onto a table, was on hand. If -she entered the bar, she did it disci'et- iy. Husky, handsome Met tenor La«- ritz Melchoir, and lovnly. blonde soprano Dorothy Kirsien were the chief target of phoio^viiphei.i and gaping celebrity hunters. Both were on a busman's holiday. Thy sins later in the 18-weeks season. Another center of auruction was Federal Judge liaroki H. Medina. A year ago, ft\v knew the opera-loving jnri-t as anything but FI capable judge. He's nationally known now n.s the trial jurigo for the 11 convicted ConmiutiLsc, leaders. home of Mrs. E. L. Davis with Mrs. E. L, Davis, Jr., as hostess. There were 16 members present. Mrs. John Adkins opened Ihe meeting \viih the club collect followed by songs hi unison and roll en II. A routine business meeting was conducted. The eroim discussed and comn.eted plans for a party. The club is working with and sponsoring the party Center. The party, to be held December 1, wtll be dornitcd to the Youth Center. A program on "IiUernational Relationships" was presented by Mrs. Fred Y'.ung. The members of the club exchanged "sunshine gifts" and Mrs. Bob Martin won the prize in games. The hostess served refreshments of pn-im pic ruid Ecc cream and cold brinks r lhe ni*xt inu'eling will be at the home of Mrs. E. H. Terry. ior the local Youth proceeds Irom the Kasfrrn S(;tr Kiwis The L'nstcrn Star held its elec- tlcn i>i nfficers at Us regular meeting Thursday evening. They are as ftiUmvj: worthy matron, Mrs. Jack JohtiMiu; wni'tliy natron, Tim Vtck- i'j -s: associate ma I ron, M rs. Joh n Ho] liind, nssocia te pa t ron, Fred Pierce; ;:ecrelary, Mrs. J. Thomas 1 Markcy; treasurer. Miss Juanitn EJowen K. Thompson went to West : Corbet t: comluctreFS. have 8655?' a serious recession in bust- With the Courts Chancery: Beatrice Jordan vs. Bob Gene Jordan, suit for divorce. Joseph D. Martin vs. Myrtle Weaver Martin, petition for annulment. Dean Cherry vs. Gcraldinc Cherry, suit for divorce. Be.lLye, Powell vs. Joe E, Powell, suit, for-divorce. ' Liillie "\Vooci_ vs: Alford A, 'Wdocll Trumann Farmer Killed In Two-Story Fall MEMPHIS, Nov. 22. fAP)— A critically-ill Arkansas farmer died early today in a fall from his flfih floor room at Baptist Hospital. Police Inspector Pete Webeuga .said Earnest Franks. 55. ol Trumann, Ark., fell two stories to the roof of a third flcor annex. The screen from Franks' window had been removed, he said. A nurse had jast lefl the room. Police listed the death as accidental. Memphis Sunday to meet and -oniwauy his family home, relum- ing from a week visit in Conway, Murry HichnrdKon and daushter, Kloi.se, .spent Wcclne.sday in Memphis. .\Eiss Eunice Shinn .spent lour days hi.st week in Little Rock, attending the state librarians* meeting. The Luxora Book Club met lost Tue.sday niglit at tiie home of Mr.s. R. T. RjiHev,'. with 20 members and two vLsitor.s pre.sent. The gue.si reviewer. Mrs. W. E. Hunt, ot O.sccoln, was introduced by MLso Eva G corse. Mr.s. Hunt reviewed "The Mini Without A Country." After a business mecitng dealing \vith plans for ;he -annual Christinas party, thtr hostess served a. des.sert cour.se. Mr. and Mrs, Roy Owen, Sr. and Jr., and Air. and Mrs, C. B, Wood attended the ice Follies in Memphis Sunday. James Lloyd Edwards, who has .<pent the past three years in the United Stcitc.s Navy, has recently been discbargcdj and is now xvith his parent, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Edwards, at their home. Mrs. Fred conductress. Bank Examiner Dies Suddenly at Caraway Pierce; and associate Mrs. M. J. Dur'ng the business session plans to carry out the request of the worthy grand matron to hold special observance of Thanksgiving were made. Thi.s will be at their nexl- meeting, November 24. The CaruthersviHe High School Mixed Chorus, nuclei- the direction of Wilby Rice, spent Monday in Murray, K.y., where the puiiiU at- ended :i choral clinic with .schools from Kentucky, Illinois, and Mis souri pntricliKUlng. The nia^s chorus tiirecied by the voice instructor at Murray State College, Joseph G. Golz. Luncheon at the college was served to the visiting ^-tuOenUs end they were entertained with a tea dance Two members of the local chorus. MLss Niuline Downing and Mi.ss Joan Douglass, studied voice this summer at the Murray College. Mr.s, N. W. U'clm and Belle Neat and Mr.s. P. H. Blomcyer nnd daugn- IcT, Barbara Lou, spent Saturday in Memphus, Tenn. Mis. H. \V. Hawkins and tlniigh- Icrf., Harriett, and Julianna ,and Mif.s Jacqueline Cokor -spent Ihe weekend in Memphis, going to attend die "Skating Vanities" there. Miss Coker anrf MLss JIarrietL were the over-the-night guests of Mi5,s Helen Cokcr, a student at. Southwestern College. Steve Hamlet t. a student nl In the..,solar system at least four satellites larger than our moon. the Lowest Cosf Dependable HEAT That Money Can Buy! -«-MODEL 8I8 •«iu1Tfut in d eprndobl. fully Loom why and how tin WABM MOBNINQ Coal Heater will mppl? your hom» wilh nlnadf. clean, healih- ful h«al and at lowesl COIL S>e lha full II*. . . . Including new Mods!, nd S22. You'll H r d on, ju.l •ull.d !o your heating r»qulrein«n!i. Th.y QT« Ihe nealflii wllh palanted tnLerior conilruction LVITLE ROCK, Nov. 22. IAP) — Albert Sims. 70. chief examiner for the State B;ink C.'ointni.sjsinn, died unexpectedly while examining a southeast. Misscmii Slalc Teachers bank nt Caraway yesterday. i College at, Cape Glrnrdcau, Mo., A native of Jamestown. Ark., lie •- spent Ihe v;eek CEK! with Ills par- fnnnerly was county clci'k of In-[ciiL=, Mr .and Mrs. Floytt Hamlctt. Icpradence County and served 'as > Mr.'and Dean Vick and children, cashier of Ihe First National Bank j sonjn and John, visited in Dcering if Hate.sville before joining the last week. Bar.'i Commvy.sirm stnf! in 1D27. I Mrs. H. H. Pignmn and dangli- tcrs, Mrs. James Dingliain, Mrs. \V. C, Goodinnn, ami Miss Wilma Joye Culhini, spent Sntui'dny afternoon in Btytlieville. MLss Ix'na Walk si>ent the week end In Memphis, Tenn., visiting friends ami attending Hie "Stutiiiu: Vanities". Mrs. Brozin Lambert and son, Victor Lambert, of Gunzalo.s, La- were here for the marriage of tlunr s>on and brother, Louis Joseph Lambert, to Miss Betty Kling. Dr. and Mr.s. I). D. Pinion and heir grandchildren, Susan I'iuton, Oon Douglass, riiul Joe Dayton Pinon, allendcd Ilic "Chri.sunns !'a- ade" In MeinphLs Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. joe Stover of Hly- Lhevillc were over-the-night - mit-sus n the home of his parents. MLss Catherine Taylor was la Memphi.s Friday and Saturday Ettnt ittended the "Skating Vanities." Several Boy Seoul Leaders from Cavnthersvillc attended a Counsel E'hm Meeting held in Dexter. Mo., last Sunday. Among those uttelul- ng were Rarl Hudscns, J. P. l>al- 'erson, Dwlght Moody, L. M. Croai- , and V. D. Magce. Mr.s. J. F. Douglass nnd daughter. Joiui, spent Saturday in Memphis. Mr. nurt Mr.s. Jimmy Osborn and their small daughter moved to Wardell last svcck. Mr. Osborn was for- aerly \vil>] Ihe H. S. Smith Funeral Home but is operating the Jimmy Osborn Funeral Home Inc. which he recently established Iberc. I'.E.O. Ch:i|ilrrs MPK! Twenty-two members of Chapter GV of the P.E.O. were entertained Monday cvcn'rig at the home of Mrs. Wymnn Dlllman. Mrs. R. W. Hawkins presided at. the mccliiij:. Mrs. Hosccc CoV-.cr prescnttd tho m-ogram. Mrs. Cokci- had trained the dflnBfiier.s of chapter mcmliers in IrnmatizMion of the Chinese story. "The Willow Plate." A hu-pe reproduction of the hlnn willnw plate had been drawn and the mem- ners could 'trace Ihe scene of action as the story progressed. Portraying the legend. In word and son?, were Ann Klise Heiry, Ann Dilhnan. Marjorle Baker. Julianna Hawkins. Jnctiucllnc Coker, Viigi]tin Ann \Vhttc, Nancy Roebuck, Patty Rnebuck/IIarrlett Hawkins, Jane Ellen Markcy, Marilyn Mehrlc, and Mary Frances Edgcr- lon. Lines from a poem by Robert Louis Stevenson were read to introduce the play. Jnliannn Hawkins accompanied the songs on her harp. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Ralph Baker and Mrs. J. L. Roebuck served cocoanut cake, nuts, and custard. Chapter DM of the P.E.O. Sisterhood met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Redman DUnham Mrs. Charles G. Ross presided. Miss Mary Ellen llorncr was in charge, of the program. It was entitled "New Trends in Educntlon.' Mrs. Dunham served refreshments of cocoanut cake and al iced fruit drltik. Mrs. Jack Ifopk, E isenhower Again Sought As Candidate BURLINGTON, VI., Nov. 22. I,T>— A new movement to induce DwlRtit U. Eisenhower to seek the Itopubli- can nomlnnlion for presldcnl In 5 Is uncle]- way here. .similar effort collapsed two yrrus u%o when the retired Army fieneral lefused to be n eanduiatc. George Aliuotl. a real estate broker, said the sponsors of (he local Kueuhower-for-Prcsldent Club ^."-k- cd HIP Columbia Unlver.sity prc.si- deut a week age to sanction the innvf.iucnt. Despite the fnct (hat he did not answer, Abbott soil) "We're fioini; ahead \vliii the movement, anyway, until such lime as Eisenhower says lie will refute the Republican nomination in 1952." A imullc meeting was held In Oily Hull auditorium last iiii;hl (o bnnst Eisenhower for the Ri'publi- can nomination. Abbott said posters proposing him for rrcMdenl would carry the slo- snir. "Fust in war, first In peace and ftr.il in Ihe heart of humanity." Habitual Criminal Gets Dues at Hot Springs HOT SPUlNGS/Ark., Nov. 22. M'y — A man with a lon^ record of convictions lor molesUny small girls was cited yesterday by Municipal Juilfie Fred Johnson as an pxani of the need for Arkansas hahi'.ual criminal law. Walter Hurts. 14, charged '.vilh jnole.sllng four youuR pirls in <io\vnUr.vn Iheiitcr KHtuvd-Ay, was fined SSOO, sentenced to n >n:u uprisoiiment and cmninllled to the ntc hospital for a mental exaini- itlon. Federal Bureau of investigation 'cords, introduced at the hearing, low Huvks has n vccovd of '27 con- Icllons In Ahkansas. Illinois and iHliana. most of them on chiirecs f molcstitiK youtiK girls. He was nrrrsled here in .July on similar charge, hut relejiseri Italian Women Gat Their Men Via the Hard Way HOLLYWOOD, Nov. M. lfl't~"lli our country n woman isn't considered a woman until site can attract i man wllli her clothes on." Italian Actress Marina Borti •tallied studio publicity photo- Itapliers with this slatemrnt yc.s- ciday as she obligingly posed lor Hie customary fhcesccakc art In a icnese silk slip. Miss Hcrti I? here for a major role In the film, "Deported.' Bidder Gets Bargain LONDON, Nov. 22. I,1>i-Soiiiehody fill, a real bnignin at the united iaritic.i auction yesterday. A lady's hlack iiandW went lor a bid of half a crown (35 ccnlsi. Then (he niiclioiicer discovered nnf of lii.s helpers lind left ir) pounds (J20) worth of Jewelry in it Also 2 Color LOW COST HOME HEATING Be Warm and Comfart&bk This Winter with a &r OIL HEATER Now - . . before Winter comes . . . replace that old heating stove with a new WARM MORNING Co;\l or Oil Heater. 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