The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1950 · Page 9
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MONDAY, JULY 24, 1350 BLYTHEVn.I.E. (ARK.) C01VRIER NEWS Vote Irregularities Charged as Laney, McMath Near Bout ElTTLE ROCK, July 24. M>) — Vote Irregularity charges already • re being made as Gov. Sid McMath «nd former Qav. Ben Laney wind up (heir campaiRn for the Democratic nomination as governor in tomorrow's preferential primary. Deputy Prosecutor Francis Donovan, Conway, said Prosecutor Robert Hays Williams, Russellvllle, vould be in Conway today lo Investigate' charges of absentee vole irregularities by Arkansas' State Teachers College students. Donovan seized about 183 Faulkner County absentee ballots from County Clerk Fnber Watson yesterday. Later he returned them, spying Circuit Judge Audrey Strait, Morrilton. had advised him he had no authority to seize them. Donovan Accompanied Watson said that when Donovan took Ihe ballots he was accompanied by Wilton Steed, manatscr of Laney's Conway campaign office, E. G. Steed and Dave Word. Laney recently charged In » paid advertisement that there have been absentee vote irregularities in Conway County, nt which Morrillon Is the county sent. The two candidates will make (heir final vote appeals tonight. Laney speaks a.t « rilly (n North Little Rock. Part ot his address will be broadcast over « statewide radio network. .McMath to Sprat McMnth will speak irom his cam- paten headquarters, also over statewide radio network, McMath supporters held a statewide rally here yesterday, and heard (he candidate repeat his prediction that he would win by 100.000 votes "The enemy is demoralized," lie saicl. Laney. who met with visitors at his headquarters yesterday, said "I feel my campaign has gone forward in the last 10 days and we will close with a bang tomorrow night." Baptists Outline Need for Christianity World Joins Mourning for Canada's King OTTAWA, July 24. (AP> — The worW'j great joined Canadians today in paying tribute to former Prime. Minister William Lyon Mac- Kenrie King, a senior statesman of the British Commonwealth who diet! Saturday night on pneumonia. He will be given a stale Mineral Wednesday. For the 24 hours pre- cedinR Ihe body will rest in state In Canada's parliament. Funeral services will be held in ' + CLEVELAND, July 24. IAP>—Th Baptist World Congress was told today that II Europe worn thoroughly Christian, the problems ol tile world would be well on the was to a solution. Rev. Walter o. Lewis of London associate general secretary of the. Baptist World Alliance, spoke as the'third day ol the live-day meet ing opened. More than 20,000 persons Irom 48 countries are attending. He said Europe Is important no only because of Its size and popu lation, but "because it i« a way o. Korean Reds Hit By Propaganda TOKYO, July 24. (AP) — The United States Air Force Is bombing north Korean troop's with propa- (anda as well as high explosives. The latest edition ol the "pnr- ichute news" explains to invading loot K>Mtrs how allied air attacl-i •re cutting Into their food and other supplies. Propaganda leaflets snowered on Red held cities and troop concentrations promise North Korean soldiers who surrender "decent lood, plenty ot rest and a safe place to live." "Yo\i have a choice between dying in s senseless war or living to do your part in building a prosperous Korea." the pamphlet says. "European civilization has dominated many parts of (lie earth since the age ol discovery and since the era ol colonization set In," h Pointed out. Referring to the vital question o. _. ._^5 win oe neia in [ ^.-tuning LO tne vital question o. King's church at Ottawa, St. An- separation of church and state, Dr drew's Presbyterian. Burial will be Lewis asserted "full rellgioas lib- in Toronto's Ml. Pleasant Ceme- eHy does not «ist where there is tery, besides his lather, mother and state church." brother. Prime Minister [rom December, ' 1921, to November, 1948, the 75- year-old Kins had the British Commonwealth's longest tenure a* • chief of state. One of (he first tributes came form Kinp George VI and Queen Elizabeth, who said that the veteran liberal leader's "lifelong service to Canada will eil- iun him a place in the history of ~| country and in the hearts ot its iple." Classes in AAF Schools Suspended; Officer Training Programs Reduced WASHINGTON, July 34. MP) The Air Force Saturday .mnouncrrt suspension of calises In some of its Mghcr schools. Training programs for future ol- licers in civilian universities and colleges were reduced. Gen. Ho.vt, s. Vaiidcuberg, cWef of Mall, said these steps are being taken so that officers may be used to meet "present operational requirements." The air force said cla-.ses at the Air War College at Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, Ala., will be suspended temporarily. This school graduated a class on June 16. A new class composed of 130 Air Porce officers and representatives of other services, had been scheduled to start the ten-month course August 11. The Air rorce *aid that training of officers no*' tUendins cis-illan universities is "being evaluated on Ihe bash of current personnel n- quiifmenU snii type ol slurty." "ft is expected Hint officers presently in residence will not be »Uli- drawn prior to completion of i semester or snecialUeti course," the nnnoinicemont snid, "Future train- ins at the schools now particlpat- in« it) that phase of the Air force officer training program will RCII- pr.illy be li/niterl lo graduate woi-jc in scientific and technical courses." Many efforts to bund steam cars were made in England in Ihe 18th Century, one having legs instead of wheels. From AwKere I sit... Joe Marsh Let's Tidy Up a Little! Professor Nichols, our l«cal historian, cam* in \&si week mighty upset. "Joe," he says, "This thinp has gout loo far—it's an outrage!" "This thing" had to do with the way folks are gelling carclcsR about paper and trash around town. Especially with the way picnicker* have messed up Memorial Park—where we have the flagix>le, cannon, and the War Monument. So we called a Town Meeting to do something once and for all. The Professor outlined the problem, and then Andy—who owns the Gnrden Tavern—stood tip ajid told us how to set things right. From where I sit, Andy waf> * nalural lo help us in this. He's had ex|H?rtonce m the Brewers' S*lf- Kcgulaticm Program — where *h* tavern owners fo-»per»(e to keep (heir proiwrly neat and slicked op. And}' Js head of (he }jlg volunteer cl«>an-up drire we're going to have. And lite the Rrewcrs'program, this one's going to last «U year 'round with ertry icfek Clean Up Week! H«»w about your town? ARKANSAS WY1SIOH, UMTO STATE BREWERS FOUNDATION •w ntAMto MM., unu toot, A«L GOPs Ready Blast At Hunt for Reds WASHINGTON, July 2. (AP) — Senate Republican.? wound up today for still another blast at x Democratic report, condemning Senator McCarthy (R-wis) and his charges of Communism in Hie Stale Department. In the lead-oft position was Sunnier Ferguson (R-Mlchl. He toirt a reporter he would argue in a. Senate speech—as other Republicans have—that the Democrats on a foreign relations subcommittee actually conducted no real investigation Of the McCarthy charge*. "There was no justification at ail for calling the accusations R fraud and a hoax," Ferguson declared. Other GOP senators said they understood Ferguson had obtained some significant material to back up his viewpoint. Reds Must Soy It Right VIENNA --</P>— Hungarian communists are going to school to learn the proper way of saying "Josef Stalin" in a speech. According to reports from Budapest the intonation and inflection must be Just so. Moreover it is never just plain Stalin. He must be referred to as "The Great Stalin." iO i«fV« you VOTE FOR KENNETH S. SUICER FOR State Representative GIVE me this opportunity <o. GIVE you Ihe represeolaiion YOU descrvt Thfa a4 yaM fir by Keneth Mo* QSEE NUNNALLY VOTE FOR SHERIFF FOR & COLLECTOR Why Not Put the Sheriff's Office on a Business-Like Basis of Paying Deputies AN EXAMPLE OF THE PRESENT SYSTEM OF PAYING EACH DEPUTY (Th* cost is nerer turned in) These figures are for 1 Deputy for 1 year: Fines Turned In .................. $3600.00 No Cost Turned In ............... NONE Gross Turn-in for one Deputy ......... $3600.00 Less Salary:41 25.00 per month ..... .S150o!oO S2 100.00 Less Deputy Cor Expense $50.00 per month .......... $ 600 00 TAXPAYER'S PROFIT ............. $150o'.00 THE ABOVE FIGURES ARE UNDER THE PRESENT ADMINISTRATION OF THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE THE COST WENT IN THE DEPUTY'S POCKET IF ELECTED FOR SHERJFF THIS JS MY EXAMPLE Fine* Turned In ................. $3600.00 Cost Turned In .................... $3600.00 Gross Turn-in for one Deputy ........ $7200'oO Less Salary :-$300.00 per month ...... $360o!oO $3600.00 Less Deputy Car Exp«ns« $50.00 per month TAXPAYERS' PROFIT You can see the difference in the Taxpayer*' Profit Under the New System A man who will give the people some reco 9 nition. A man you can talk to. A man who wants to do something for all the people of Mississippi County. Stop the Fee System of paying Deputy Sheriffs. Pay Deputy Sheriffs a Salary. Eleven out of thirteen Deputies get all of the cost and o small salary of fifty to hundred Fifty dollars each month. Sheriff cost in Mississippi County amounts to as much as the fines. Let all of the money be turned into the Sheriff's office. That is the business way to do it. Then pay the Deputy a salary. The cost will more than pay the salary. Let us do away with the Cost System of paying Deputies. It « o poor system. The new system will help all the people »ix different ways: V You will 9 et cleaner petty law enforcement. 2. You will get better criminal low enforcement. 7 OU . WI " hore o 9«ot«r amount of money to turn back to the people each year. 4 It will be better for tn« laboring man. 5. t will be better for the farmers. 6. It wilf be better for th. business man. Cost System has always b««n wrong. Cost System is a poor system of administering Justice. Vote For & COLLECTOR Ten years of experience as a peace officer, most of that time with the Sheriff's office in South Mississippi County. Six years of business experience. ' Veteran of World War II. I have hod two 8 weeks training courses in the Army conducted by the Intelligence Officers who were qualified FBI Agents in handling American prisoners. , 1 have had two 8 weeks training courses in Civilian Low Enforcement, conducted jointly by State Police and FBI Agents. I think that both the law experience and business experience will qualify me for Sheriff's Office. Let's put the Sheriff's office in the hands of the people. Advertising- raid for by Oscc .Vumiftlly, Blylhevillr, Art.

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