The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1950 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, JUNK 20, 1050 BLYTIIEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGEFTVB While Mayor Was Gone, Police Chief Spent Too Much Time at His Home By WILLIAM L. NEWKIKK ' t CLEVELAND, June 20. (fl'j—Hlgh- nd Heights' 58-year-old police chief, who described himself as "an errand boy for a bunch of women." won't have lo run those errands any more. Kb was fired today by the village council for "consorting" with the mayor's wife. Solons of the suburban village ol nearly 500 voted the dismissal 6-2 after listening S'A hours to the case of Fay & Fnye. Pay Dolrymple, the chief, was accused by Mayor Clem (Bud) Ley, «0, of consorting with Ley's wife, Faye, 39. j Ley testified he suspended the chief May 9 when he found him with Faye in the kitchen of the mayor's home. In the six weeks since then, the villagers have been choosing up sides. About 200 of them attended the hearing last night. Official Visits »nd Err:inds Bui the chief said his visits to the Ley home, "maybe four or five a week," were elitior on official business or errands for the village women. In ousting the chief, council decided he was guilty of "malfeasance and misfeasance of duty." in thai ,,hc parked the police car at the ^nayor's house while he "consorted" •^wllh the mayor's wife and by thus using the car on village time deprived the village residents of proper law protection. After the trial the chief made himself unavailable to questions as to whether he would appeal and fight to retain his $300-a-month job. Ley said he was unable to produce any evidence of actual "illicit relations" between his wife and the chief. "Looked Funny" But, he declared, it "looked funny" that the police ear was rc- poited In his driveway every morning after he went to work at a downtown auto body shop he operates. \ Mrs. Ley said she left the mayor May 9 and went to live with a sister after he accused her of "not icling like a wife" when he found .he chief In his home. Ley's charges against the chief were first aired in a cross petition :o his wife's divorce suit. The Leys have three children aged 18. 1C and 10. Chief Dalrymple said his trips lo the mayor's home often concerned building inspection, one of his other village duties. He said Mrs. Ley kept his records of building permits and other official matters. Other times, he claimed, he conferred with her on such community functions as a fireman's dance, Red Cross drive, and various women's club activities. ' "We had a lot in common," Dalrymple admitted of his relations with Mrs. Ley. "But what the mayor said about us is a big surprise to me." : •.HERE'S TO IT—Two hundred farm boys and girls in. Washington, D. C.Y'for the annual 4-H Club convention couldn't have picked a worse time for it. With Washington in the midst of a milk strike, and the 4-H Clubs opposed to coffee and tea for youngsters, convention delegates are forced to drink water. Robert Fudge of Jamestown, O,, and Kcrmit Newcomer of Bryant, O., above, propose a watery toast to an early end of the milk strike. Hadacol Helps Wife Keep Her Familly Well and Happy Hadacol Helps Folks Suffering from Deficiency of Vitamins Bl, B2, Niacin and Iron Hole in One; The Hard Way DETROIT, June 20. (fl>-Teddy Jagod, a fllth grade pupil, went golfing yesterday for the first time tn Ills life and shot, a hole-in-one. Teddy played with his buddy, Pnul, nnd Paul's father, Mike Sawast, at Sunnybrook course. On the 149-yard over-trie cre«k ninth hole, Teddy's tee shot bounced oil a bridge, hit * tree near th« green, caromed to the right and rolled Into the cup. READY FOR GABRIEL—Spry and spirited at 7C, Martin J. Dzinbakowski is busy these days waxing and polishing his rasket on the front porch of his Cleveland, O., home. If he doesn't whistle as he works, it's more on account of his beard than any Jack of cheerfulness. D/iubakowski came to Cleveland from Austria in 1901. About 36 years ngo he found a fine piece of oak. "Ah, that will be for my casket," he declared. And so the collection of oak pieces began. He completed the casket long ago and now gives it fatherly cave with frequent polishing. President Believes He Has Answer To Small Eusiess Credit Problems By CLARK BEACH WASHINGTON — Administration leaders have been trying for a long time to solve the credit, problems of small business. Now the President thinks he's got IK The two most novel features of his idea are: 1. Capital Banks, privately owned lending agencies supervised by. the Federal Reserve System. They would extend long-term credit to owners of small businesses unable lo borrow money elsewhere. 2. Government insurance ot bank loans to small business. The |oans would be lift to S^5,COO, repayable in five years. The capital banks would lend larger sums. Senator • O'Mahoncy fD-Wyo.), chairman of the Joint Committee on the Economic Report, for about a year has been working on u capital bank bill. Congressional sources say that these two proposals plus several others which the President inchidec) in his recent message to Congress on small business, will probably be included in an administration bill to he called the Small Business Act of 1950. To Do Something ' '>'.-• Both Republicans and Democrats long ago concluded that something must be done to ease the credit market for small businessmen. The point was stressed In the annual .report of the House Committee on Small Business In the Republican- Controlled Eightieth Congress. The solution proposed in that report, however, was tax relief for small corporations so that they could accumulate reserves to plow back into their businesses. The same committee, now under Democratic Control.-in its 1950 progress report proposed a study of various new plans, including those the President subsequently adopted. All factions have agreed that small business is now facing n new and critical credit problem. Modern mechanized industry has increased the money requirements of small businessmen trying to compete with large firms engaged in scientific mass production. It takes a lot of money to start small businesses. It is also costly to expand a plant nnd replace obsolete ma- chinery. The small businessman finds no difficulty getting short- term loans, hut they don't help. The sums needed ace so large that they cannot be repaid In a few months. No IJnng-terrn Loans Most conventional banks en n't make many long-term business loans, because ,t h ey m list keep a large portion of their funds liquid, A few large hanks In some cities do make such loans on a substantial scale. But they serve only a minor portion of the nation's small businesses. Selling siocks or bonds to get capital—a method used by large corporations—is not feasible for small business. Borrowing equity capital from small investors isn't practicable, because most people would prefer to use thier savings to buy homes, government bonds or insurance. Insurance companies and other large investors don't like to invest in small firms—unless they' thereby gain control of them. They prefer the securities of large, well- established concerns. 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