The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 12, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 12, 1950
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PAGE TWO Dean of Lobbyists Quits Washington By ARTHUR L EDgON «. WASHINGTON, Oct. IS. (AP) Benjamin C. M»rsh of People's The dean of the nation'i lobbyists, Lobby Ine.i Is retiring. For it years Marsh has looked »l —»nd tried to Influence—the Washington ««ne. Now he's 74, and the doctors say It's time for him to rest. Al the end of this month, both he »nd the People'* Lobby Inc. will go out of business. Maybe you mentally picture r lobbyist is • well stuffed characte who has a well stuffed expense ac count and who smokes a well stuf ed cigar. If so, your menial picture need retouching, at far u Ben Marsh concerned. He's a lean, twinkly, scraggl haired Individual who would lev to smoke a pipe..The doctors hnv said no, but he keeps It In hi mouth, unfilled and cold, for ol times' sake. , ' As for fat 'expense account.?—. People's Lobby Inc., according U Marsh, Is supported by 2,000 con tribiitors. He says mast of'thesi have small, fixed Income* and tha five-sixths of all contributions an for »5 or less. Travel Eipente Given Under the law, lobbyists have K, disclose how much they spend. In the Aug. 22 Issue of the "Congrcs sional Record" Marsh shows how much he spent for three months You'll get an idea from one item For the entire three months, he "id, his lobbying expenditures for travel, food.-lodglng.' R nd entertainment" came to exactly $20.83 After graduating from Orinnel College In; Iowa, Marsh kicked around quit* a bit. He took postgraduate wor. kin economics, was a Balkan War correspondent in 1812 worked as a lobbyist for better tenement laws in New York. : Then he came here as a lobbyist for the Non-Partisan League, which he describes'a». a liberal farm out- Since, then he has plugged for public housing, unemployment insurance, old age benefits. But he told me he had no Idea whether he had helped bring these about, • 'T Play It Straight" I play It straight he said I to up b*fore e a Congressional committee and »ay We havent uny votes We ha\ent any money Sup- Pose you consider the merit* of the legislation for a change' " On the other hand, the inevitable duplicating machine has been busj tossing out Ideas and opinions If you grind grind, grind said Marsh you may get out some facts that will get people to think • -»u« KWVT /1MQ* fc WM taking Moscow gold " Mysh pulled on the empty pipe and then said cheerfully Hell my big trouble has been that I haven't been able to get : hold of any good old American sold ! much leu MOKOW'S." STAR FARMER OF AMKRICA —Forrest Davis, Jr., (above), 21- year-old Qulncy, Fla., farm youth is the Future Farmers of America "Star Farmer of America" for 1950. Davis received the award Tuesday night nl the national convention of the FFA In Kansas City. (AP Wirepholo). State 'Hams' Aid Emergency Test on Air CARLISLE, Ark., Oct. 12. (/P) — Amateur radio station operators In Arkansas. Mississippi and Louisiana re to participate In a simulated 'mcrgency test Sunday. Leo V. Brians, sectional emer- ency coordinator for Arkansas, aid 150 "hams" In too or more cities n the three slates will rtemonstrnlp ow their services may be n event of n major disaster nterrupts normal communications. The three-state test Is part of atlonwide scries. Brians said. Ii dditton to regular stations, severii nobile radio stations operating rom vehicles will take part In the est. A designated station In each of he three stntes will conduct a roll nil of their members and then pass long results to the American Red jiiv Washington and headrniar- •ers o*jlhe .American radio relay eague in f Connecticut, Brians ex- lained, toPURE... isoDEPEHDASl WARNING ORDER ' IB the Chancery Court, Chieka•aw*>* District, Ml»ls»/ppt Conner, Arkanaaa. Bonnie Ooff Nash, Pltf. _. vs - No. 11427 Charles Nash, Dft. The defendant Charles Najh warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Bonnie Ooff Na»h. , 0 S at * d "^ " & *1 of September, I9oO. Harvey Morris, Clerk By Ruth Magee, D. C Percy A. Wright, attorney for plaintiff. »28-10;5-12-19 Charter No. 1«3»9 PILES HURT Then get quick palliative relief w ; ( Thornton A Minor Ointment „ ^ctal SuppositoHe,. Thi. doctor'. formula tends to »fi en and shrin' mod )roo<i Report of condition of the First National Bank of .Blytheville Pmllfrhf^i" " ***"**>• " «>•« "»» T business on Oclo ASSETS ^ . — " i'"J""-«« oijviui interns ........ "«vc bank? <lnclll(iing S8 - 400 - M sto = k °f Federa Lwns and discounts ' OnclV.dini' VaVl'.Rfi' oVeVtor'tsV.'.'.' '. ..... ' ts ' ....... S19,73-.->3 TOTAL ASSETS . ... ° H ' ncd "2.625.50. furniture and nxturei d ' POSllS "' <>< LIABILITIES li'als. partnerships, and corpora- V and 'rorpol-aUoni: BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THIS SPECIAL VALU€! Is a new ultra fashionable Kroehler ereof/on . .. In Fine Durable Tapestries Regular $120.50 V;ilue USB PULl IEFUM Glimm mi I'l/e pit.iraiilcc It tf/im ^THTJRSDAT, OCTOBER If, Orangfl flavored —111 praln tah- Ifits. hasy for mother to ilvc. CMy for chlfil tu Uke. Only 35c. »or lr « ti0 ^- On s ,le r stores ever-wh — Reserve District No. 8 f iind.rf «!( i -' • ' 5 Govcrnment <i"clurting postal f Ss '""''' " olitlcal «'Mi v '''sioiw".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 26.5n.7- 845.901.7.' 29.8488' TOTAL LIABILITIES stock: • A F I T A I, ACCOUNTS .55.931,197. r • Undivided profits '.'.'.'.'.'. 130.000.0' 150.000.fl" 30.000.0" 60.161.36 TOTAL CAPITAL, ACCOUNTS m ^ TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .$.,a7I.93g.M M E M O R \ N-1) A secure liabilities and for other .... State ot Arkansas. County' oV MissYwippi.' a- S5.000.00 -. I ','J nck . C - Owcn ' cas hler of th ' ' JlC (Seal) - ..„..,!„ u«ii». no solemnly swear 1 ""- e best of m >' knowledge and belief. \ JACK C. Owen, Cashier Correct-Attest: ^snier. E. M. REOENOLD H. H, HOUCHINS CHAS. ROSE. Directors. be,6re me this 11 day of October, 1950. Jess* Taylor, Notary Public. KROEHLER Living Room Suites Especially Priced FOR KING COTTON DAYS ONLY! 2 PIECE $1 91 Alfc^W' 50 WOOL FRIEZE COVERED A Regular 159.50 Value! Sterling Inner Spring Mattress And Box Springs to Match *rmo S- 180 COIL MATTRESS REGULAR $39.50-180 COIL BOX SPRING Lovely CHENILLE BedSpreads -HP* to TOTAL VALUE OF BOTH $79.00, -] King Cotton Days Only! • THE ZUT OF TOOd 0»T$ DIPUO* Ot THE ROT » T«m •NNTt LANE—THE ONLY PRESSURE.TESTED AROMA- TIGHT CEDAR CHEST IN THE WORLD WITH MOTH PROTECTION GUARANTEE. .V in Chen No. 2315 — h.j Am,,!,., II,k^ botd.rcd „ / roru , nd( JnJ On top in lutrroul ,\ flt . C,*f*t4 H'^w/ _Ruhb<-d ind Poli.htd Fim.K. \C 7x When you buy your home Nj *a: outfit at our slore, we '«" c*,,i H.. J«*s-p Mu ," guarantee to refund the rt "'° J J "'"" '" - l| '*«"7. Hn ^ntire purchase price of U " Pj| " ltd AoromnkTr./. tyour Lane Cedar Hope Chest. "** " '---- All Cotton CHARM-TRED RUGS Assorted Colors and Sizes to $795 wfece istf/wnt, •tyled by SLUMBCK PRODUCTS COHf CHAS. S. LEMONS '

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