The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 9, 1952 · Page 9
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TUESDAY,- DKC. 9, 1052 BLYTHEVTLl-E (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE Be Official Monday-- ie Will Be New President WASHINGTON (**— Presidential electors next Monday will formally :ast their votes lo elect Gen. 3wlght D.'.Eisenhower President 3f (lie Uniled Slates but even then the result of the Nov. 4 balloting will not be made official until Jan. S when Congress makes the iina! move. •Under the constitution, which •els up the much criticized electoral college system, Congress meets In Joint session and the President of the Senate (the vice »rcsl dent of the United States usually) has the votes of the electors counted. ' B^e Joint session lor Ihe fauna] flection 'of Gen. Eisenhower will be held Jan. 6- But the vesuHs of 'the Nov. 4 voting, show that'.Gen- 'era! Elsenhower will get 442 elec- itoral votes; compared wtth^89 for [Gov'.-Adlai Stevenson, . \ : The popular vote sel a record al •.bout 00 million, of«which Eisen [lower got more than j 33 millior and Stevenson more than 26 mil lion /GSA Cfti Lists Under law the electors will as semble In lhe.'48 states to' cast lielr votes on Dec. , 15—the first Monday afe'r rlhe 'second Wednes- lay In December following Ihe ^residential 'election. Already the General Services Ad- nlnlstia(lon\ (OSA) Is lece^rtng rom vaiious governors the certlf- cates listing all presidential elec- or candidates and giving the total vote for each. Jess Larson, the, administrator of general services, has delegated the federal veglslerMlvlslon of national archives to receive the communications, check them and preserve them as requited by law. Under the constitution the electors are free agents to vote as they desire. Buli Michael Francis Doyle of Philadelphia, speaking as president of the electoral college, said In 1949 that only three out of 17,379 who had participated In 41 prcsl dential ' elections "betrayed their trust and vptcd for others than whom they were commissioned.' It has been the custom for an elector to cast his vote for {he can rtldale receiving the highest popu lar -vote in his state. Two Secret Documents Found On Acheson Aide After Arrest WASHINGTON (/P) — The State Department said yesterday that Foy D. Kohler, 44-year-old diplomat, had two secret documents with •'him when he WHS arrested for drunkenness !»st weekend. A department spokesman said Kohler .violated security regulations by falling..to sateguarfl classified material "In a manner commensurate with its classification." Kohler formerly directed the Voice of Arrirelca. A Kohler and his wife. Phyllis. 40. "Tere taken Into custody Saturday after a car, Mrs. Kohler was driv- irg crashed Into * tree In adjacent Arlington. Va. A fine of J8.35 was paid by Koh- "ler'.when he was charged with public intoxication. Mrs. Kohler was released in $500 bail pending hearing on charges of drunken driving. "The State Department »ald Kohler is - a member .- of Secretary 'AcVieson's policy ; planning .board. The documents he had in the car dealt, with research on the-polltica situation in Morocco, the' scene, o bloody 'violence over the weekend and with Tunisia. The department meantime kep open what disciplinary action i might take. Kohler conferred wit officials at the .department today. Accountant Fined For Tax Evasion LTTTLE ROCK.(/PJ—A Ft. Smit public accountant was fined $5.00 and put on probation (or three yeai in Federal Court here yesterday f< income tax evasion. Judge Hnrry J. Lemley said th accountant, Marion H, BeU, al will have to pay the taxes he owe In a revised plea, Bell admitted that he owned an additional $1,400.02 in personal Income tax for 1946 and $3,491.15 for 1947. District Attorney James T. ; Gooch dismissed two other counts charging that Bell owed another $4,362.90 m taxes. Maximum, penalty for conviction was $10,00p and 10 years in prison. ixty-Two Years of Entertaining Enough for Charles Winhinger By BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD••(*!'•— After 62 ears In one business, most men ould be ready to accept a gold atch and retire. But not Charles mnlnger. lie has been entertaining the merlcah public for 62 years, and c says, "I'm not ready to turn the tools of my profession yet." « proxn it by doing: two picture* i a row, planning to follow, with nother and angling a possible TV erles. I made a pilot TV film for the ig Crosby company," he ex- Jalned. "Everett Crosby told me has .-a good: chance of selling. f so, ril s arrange it so I can make 3 of them In. a row and then be We to do a picture." At'68, Wlnninger .still tins the ounce that .endeared him to' two eneratlons of theatergoers. Par rom being jaded from/his : :long ears of facing audiences,' he spins ales of theater life with the en- huslasm of any "*stage - struck 'uungster. I started In as a boy soprano vhen I was 'six or seven,!' he saio. "We were all In the business ogether—my mother and father anrl their five sons. One of m> irol'.iors. wasn't on the stage: my ather alv/ays said it paid to have a member of the family In the box office. "I've, played In everything from medicine shows to opera. At the mecttcine ! shows, we'd also sel blood ' purifier. And we can along a nurse to pull teeth. "There's no' telling how many hows I've been- In. • One time - in our stock company the feac man left and my fattier gave Ivs place I had to learn and per form six differe'nt'plays in a week TiUckiiy, I've always had a photo graphic memory. Learlng a pa: 1 has never been a problem to me." The veteran actor, whose mos famous role was probably C McADAMS HOUSE OF FLOWERS Phone 4S« E. Davis Fine, Hemlock A Laurel Roping. Pine, Hemlock A Balsam Bought Open Nights Til Christmas idy In "shovy Boat," Is again aying a ship's captain In "A Per- oils Voyage " H« Indicated In e future he will b« »Ucklng to ms, whether for theaters or TV. Last season, Ke made a return Broadway ln : a revival of ".Muo In the: Air." Despite hts good otlces, he admitted he had little ve (or the legitimate theater .of 5day, "There, Is too much dissension the theater,.now," he said. "In ir show, everybody was fighting 1th; everybody; .Now, In 'Show oat, 1 • the .whole cast" got along ne together.'The only exception as the leading lady. When Ihe low went on'the road to Boston contract read that my name ad to go up In lights. "She didn't lite that, so she quit -ler role.was given to a newcomer amed Irene Dunne, and the show as belter because of It. "Another thing I.don't like abou' oday's theater—there's too mud f it. When we opened .'Music, in he Air' in Olney, Md., a reviewc rom Washington, D. 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