The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1952 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1952 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Arkansas News Briefs— Townsend to Recommend Nixon Stay on in Race for Veep's Job Tax Expert Says Per Capita Spending Lower in Arkansas By The Associated Presi LITTLE ROCK—Sen. Richard Nixon the Republican vice presidential candidate who last night aired his financial status to the nation, has the solid support of Arkansas National commitUeman Wallace Townsend. And furthermore, said Town- send, rank-and-file Republicans in the state share his view. "I'm going to recommend that he (Nixon) stay on," Townsend said alter Hac-iung to Nkxon's nation-wide radio addre.ss last night. "However, it's still up to (he general (Eisenhower) whether Nixon stays on the ticket." Arkaman Won't Contend Mail Fraud Charge HOT SPRINGS— Edward Kay. president of the defunct Yale Pharmaceutical Co., who faces a federal charge of u.sing the mails to defraud, will enter a plea of nole contendre (no wish to contend). Kay's attorney, Richard Ryan. said yesterday that such a plea would be made when Kay Is arraigned next spring before U. S. Judge John E. Milter. Kay has been charged with 12 violations of using the mails to defraud in connection with the sale of a sex hormone product called "Testrex." Hamburg Man Homed to Head Auto Dealeri HOT SPRINGS — Searcy Wil- coxsoti of Hamburg is the new president of the Arkansas Automobile Dealers Association. He was elected at the group's annual convention hecr yesterday io suc- ceed Roland Hughes of Jonesboro. John Bale of Little 'Rock was elected vice president and Walter Jennings of Little Hock was reelected treasurer. LITTLE ROCK f/P>—A University of Arkansas tax expert said yesterday that per capila expenditures for ;ovet nment junctions in Arkansas \ while in oilier states the are less than the average of otherj wta 24.10 per cent, states. . I Expenditure lor Arkansas high- fiscal year amounted to $158,601.000. He ,said 30.42 per cent of the total expenditure went for education average Louisiana DemOS Presbyterians Organize Council T D uki i To Streamline Administration To Boycott Meet But, said Dr. Ed Rccd, in a pre- iminary report on a study of gov- cmmcnlal exjxmditures in Arkansas, the expend lureis are g rent or than other states when bi'okoti down as to the per cent of income. Reed's preliminary report shows that the per capita expenditure including federal funds was $63.DC for the 1951 fiscal year. For other stales during the same period it was S102.4 9. But when (he expenditures were]*"' broken down us to the per cenUofi income, Arkansns's expenditure per capila was 10,05 per cent, while thr? per cent. ways wns '21.94 per cent, of the total or a per capUa expenditure of 'Dollars for Nixon' Drive Is Launched By Californians CARMEL. Calif. (,V1 '— Montcr<3 County Republicans have launched "Dollars for Nixon" campaign, A crowd attending a meeting the M o n t c r e y Peninsula Fair- Five States Plan Strategy Conference , At Little Rock LITTLE ROCK M'p—Democratic party lenders in Louisiana appar ' clerk. The Synod represents 136 Arkansas churches with a membership of 20,500. LITTLE HOCK M'j-A 15-mom-1 nevolent program report all gif's. her Synod Council detuned In I Tbrse gilts then will lie chared | streamline administration of Die ! against their oiieratiilR budgets. All I The National Geographic Society .says the Chinese drilled wells 1,000 years aiio with bamboo pipe. Synod of Arkansas (if the terian Church in the United States was organized yesterday. The Synod, govcrninc, body of the church in Arkansas, approved establishment of ttie Council, \vhich \ill as an utive committee. .•onvention here, here was little opposition to the iul^!;i]ia il]IJJ:u- \VILJ in:i its :iu CAcmuvtr L4illlimiu'e. ently are going to boycott a party at the opening session of its annual .strategy meeting here next Monday """ ' and Tue.-dny. Mrs. Jack Carncs. Arkansas' \ administration Democratic National committee- tl10 Central woman, said yesterday that representatives from five Southern state. 1 , have accepted invitations to confer Rifts would !><• distributed in accord | witli the neimitiiees adopted by the Synod. H:irr f.rd O|>|)inHiuil Opiiosilion to the plan wns led by the Rev. John T. U:UT. who wns re- j elected .stated secretary, a job he ,, warded to Dana Smith, Los Ang attorney who is trustee of the con- R ., iii,, nnuini.^ r. nu i.i IIIOLCI: vi iiiu tun- eeds report shows that 35 other , ro versial 518,000 expense fund for states had a larger per capita ex- \ Sc a. Richard Nixon, penditure for state government 1 Thc KroU| , lUso a pp,. ovcd funclions than Arkansas, while only 10 other states spent a larger per cent of their income on such activities. The report showed that the total Union submitted last night by Edward W. Cochrane, president of the Monterey County Republican Assembly, urging •'citizens' sponsorship funds" be established tln-oiifjh- here with N'jiltonal Chairman Stephen Mitchell. Bvn, she Sflid. tlu-rc I has been no reply from Louisiana party leaders. Delegations (rom Mississippi, Arkansas. Texas, Tennessee and Kentucky will attend, she said. Louisiana's Democratic Gov. pn- non has said he will support Ihe lie- ticket in November. Gov. Allan Shivers of Texas also lias indicted he would back the GOP lick- expenditure for government fune- out the country to "attract vigorous, tions in Arkansas during the 1051'honest young men into public life." Midsouth Gas Gets Okay for Pipeline WASHINGTON — The Power Commission yesterday authorized tht- Midsouth Gas Co,, of Little Rock, Ark., to build 191 miles of natural gas pipeline in the state. The firm also was authorized to obtain a 38-mile line from the Arkansas Power and Light Co.. Total cost of the construction and purchase is $4.524,200. The new line will be used to serve 25 Arkansas communities with gas. The 38-mile line extends from the Texas Gas Transmission Corp., line near Helena, Ark., to A. P. & L.'s Hamilton Moses'Steam electric generating station near Palestine, Ark. Cotton Ginning Report Made WASHINGTON <AP) — The Census Bureau reported yesterday that 3,334,045 running bales of cotton from the 195a-crop had been ginned prior to Sept. 16. The number compared wilh 3,640,946 ginned to the same date last year and 1,495,249 two years ago. The gunnings by states this year and last, respectively, included: Arkansas 216,525 and 110,014; and Missouri 47,816 and 17.416. Republican to Seek Garland County Office HOT SPRINGS (&> — For the first time In 35 years, a Republican will seek office in Garland Comity. Otis Nikols. sales manager of a used car lot here, quali- One Man Jailed In Poll Tax Investigation - RUSSELLVTLLE UP) — The Pope County Grand Jury today entered Its third day of investigating alleged irregularities in the handling of poll taxes while one witness sat in jail because he wouldn't cooperate. Circuit Judge Audrey Strait ordered Lewis C. Erne r ton of Russellville Jailed for contempt of court. Strait said Emerton. who was fined last July for illegal possession of poll tax receipts, will be confined until he "co-operates" with the jury. W itnesses ap p c axing y es terd ay were Sheriff Jim Mabry, Collector Charley Page, Bob Rackley, who opposed Mabry in last summer's pri- fied yesterday as candidate for tax assessor. Nikols will oppose Democrat H, C. Warren. maries, and Winfrecl Brock, an At- tins farmer. Municipal Judge R. M. Priddy levied a $-100 fine against Emerton July 28 after he pleaded guilty on two counts of having illegal receipts in his possession. Emerton has appealed to Circuit Court. WHATEVER YOUR COOKING PURPOSE; YOU'LL FIND HUMKO UNSURPASSED /J ITS ALL VEGETABLE How to have a winning TELEPHONE PERSONALITY by EMILY POST We're often judged by the way we use teiephotte service. Good telephone technique and good telephone manners are important to a winning personality , . , and help you get the most from your telephone service. A correspondent remind* me, **Yo« often speak about not overworking Information. Doesn't the telephone company provide Information service for my couTenience?" Yes—for your convenience and guidance when you can't 6tid a number listed in the telephone directory— not as a substitute for trying to find itfirst. Strangely enough, U is not our older generation, but our young people who are mostly responsible for the fact that three out of four calls to Information are for numbers listed correctly in the telephone directory. Here is a quostfon frequently Asked, "If I am entertaining • visitor nnd my telephone rinfts, what is the proper thing to do. : Shmittt my atlctition be given to the call —or the visitor?" Your visitor has first claim on yuur time and attention. U 13 proper to excuse yourself, answer the telephone, and, unless the call presents an immediate emergency, ask the caller's permission to return the call later. A party line user writes, "What should I do when I pick up my party-line telephone to make a call and find It In user" Replace the receiver genliy. Lifting and replacing the receiver signals those using the line that you want to make a call. Wait from three to five minute* before you try again. This give* your party-line neighbor time to end hi* conversation without rushing — And openfl the line for your une. ooVerfisemenf of Southwestern BeW Te/ephorw Company has held for 3D years. Mr. llarr charged the new plan .._ -,., .„ would do "Rtral damage" to the plan, sponaoied byi"'"- l»"P™m and would result In Office Commit tec. fcwor donations. Mr. Hansback's plan was approved by an almost 2-to-l margin. The Rev. A. F. Fogartie of Joncs- lioro. retirinf; moderator, preached the ngteniug sermon of the 2-dny session. He was succeeded ns moderator by Hcv. Ueorfie McKce of Mountain Glenn A. Railsback of Pine Dlnff U<"»c. The. Rev. Cleorfie Wincnrd of hcntl of the Stewardship Commit-| s "' nvb:l " was elected permanent tee. offered the new system to replace what he called the present '•inequitable and obsolete" method headed by the Rev. W. of I'inc Bluff. I'lmir l-lslil Was Hitter nut, the 120 ministers ami cider i who make up the 1 iiynod approved a I new system of dislributinR money i to the church's various charities ' only after a bitter lloor fight. of distribution. In general, requires that et. but Texas will lie represented participating here by Speaker of the Hou<<e Sam I --Raj-burn and Mrs. Hilda li. Wei'i- ter of Seeniu. national coinmittee- woman. Invitations to attend the meeting have been extended to the national commitleemen and national com- miltewomen. chairmen, vice cliair- jnan and scci-clarics of the state j committees in the six states. | 's proposal special "causes" church's be- Some authorities contend Ihnt thelli most- table difference between the I ' 209.05 5cl II. I'orjel it. Maytag tlvcs nil llie work. Bt>e it to<lnv. races of mankind is not Adams Appliance Co. Inc. 3lor but hair form. I "Monthly Pains" stopped or amazingly relieved in 3 oul of 4 cases in doctors' lesis! * Chnnces are you're pmtinf: up — unneci'ssarilij —with the functionrilly caused pains, cramps itnd weak, "no good" fcclinus of mcn'AruatUm! Pi>r. in actual Icbtsby doctors,Lydlfi Pitiklmtn's Compound brought complete nr striking relief from such distress iti 3 out of 4 of Ihc cases! Lydln l'tiikham'&[smodernitiitsaetionf So Kt'l Lyrii.i E, Plnklmin's Vcpetnble Ccni]>auii<l—or ricie, imprm e</ Tiibletn with attilcU iron Srti II—[:tKen Uirousli Ihc mmitli — it doesn't yu-e reltel from Llioie ba<;k itches, JJLU-rs -help you fet:l belter be/ore and duniip your period! Or—K you Kiuler from functional "liot flushes" of "clinnse of life," find out how tam'a Is for tttat, too! It MM « quk'llnE cITcd on Sells Cars and Trucks For Horner-Wilson A". C. Bunch A new face at Homer-Wilson -Motor C'o. U tluil nr A. C. Fiuncl u'lio has just accepted a position wilh llicir sales force. A native oT Varhro, Hunch will fiainll hulEi new anil used car and truck trades. You cun get in touch with him at the main office, 31 Kasl iMnin, or at the used ca lot across the street. ALL DREIFUS REASONS TO BUY IT AT DKEIFUSi !. Money Bock Pledge 2. No Charge for Credit 3. Low Price Policy 4. Tremendous Selection 5. Guaranteed Quality 6. Easiest Terms in Town vr$*&- Size and Sparkle ISO ^ \\CCK $4950 Knmantically Charming Two Cluirmmg Kings Enchnnling lieauly .00 Weekly Easy Terms $2.25 Weekly $1. t&^S $150 Regal Selling Year fo Pay *125 i\FiracIc Selling Low Payments $175 Sinking Set Easy Terms $275 $300 OitlsUntliiiK Hcauly 21 Lovely Diamonds Handsome & Masculine Ycor to Pay Easy Terms $1.00 Weekly D HE I F ' •^^^^nr^Kmm^^mwmamauimn^^ . . . Wear Diamonds 316 MST :M\\\ ST; ITtKS HI MEMfNIS, RYTI«VIUE AJW DYERSBUW

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