The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 19, 1953 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 19, 1953
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PAGE TITO BI-YTIIKVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1», 1WI Pett Scoops Kinsey in Report On Women's (Gasp!) Behavior By SAUL PKTT NEW YORK (AP) — The Kinsey report will be out tomorrow. Why wait? The Pett report is out today. H 'is based on interviews with women, even arguments _ on 35 years of non-objective observation, on rumors and gossip, on prejudice and bias regardless of race, creed or color, and on long conversations with many men. The Pett report shows that 68.8 per cent of all married American women object to being kissed behind the ear while baking ft cake. 51,3 per cent of all m irried women know as many cuss words as their husbands but only .0009 per cent admit it. During osculation, 33.8 per cent of women of all ages cheat by keeping their eyes open. 74 per cent of all married women wear shoes that nre too tight. Good 22.3 per cent of nil DYESS NEWS By MRS. J. I.. JACOBS women throw dishes nt iheir husbands «nd 22.2 per cent miss. During courtship, 88.4 per cent of women of all ages talk only of marriage, a home and children. After the wedding, 13.5 per cent complain that if they hadn't been rushed into marriage they might have had a promising career. 74.8 per cent of married women, while visiting their husband's office, can't resist looking at his desk calendar. 84 per cent of women under 25 overuse the word, "cute." 53.5 per cent of married women would have more children if only they had a full time maid. 34 per cent of women of all ages say "yes" more often than men because men aren't asked as often. 78 per cent of the women who wear low cut dresses pretend to be annoyed when men stare. 81.8 per cent of women of all ages are prettier than men. 53.9 per cent of married women think that S8.9 per cent of the other married women are better off. Rev. J. J. Albert GRtlin of Conway will be Ihe evangelist at the revival to begin Sept. 27 at Dyess Methodist Church. The Rev. Mr. Gatlin is secretary of Ihe Town and Country Division of Methodist Churches In Northtasicrn Arkansas. He received a merit award at Emory University, married I A ti an t a . Ga., as the most outstand- „ rural minister of the year. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs were guest.'! Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Os car Freeman. Mr. and Mrs. Cirady Waiklns of Two-Way Changes 86.7 per cent of married women will merely hold out their hands in the general direction of their husband. Then they complain bitterly when he doesn't immediately understand they want a cigarette. 74.3 per cent of the women In America who play poker play with all the red cards wild. 6« per cent of women of all ages snore in bed, but only .09 per cent admit it. 98.8 per cent of the women who turn away from an off-color joke at a party Insist on hearing It later from their husbands. 78 per cent of women over 25 overuse the phrase, "I can't stand It (or her or him)." 83 per cent of women of all ages have fewer inhibitions than inen about money. Dallas, Texas, spent last week here with her lather. O. A. Freeman, and Mrs. Freeman. Mrs. James Phillips and children of Memphis, Mrs. Louise Jennings and children of Lcpanto and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Woolen and son of Bassett, were Rucsl.s over the weekend of Iheir parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Barnes. Frlendi of W. A. Pagan have re- reived word of his death Saturday. He was the father of Mrs. Oracle Pollard, arid made hi.s home With her for fhe past several years. Muriel Gene Dallas of Santa Mnn- ica, Calif., and his daughter, Oerrlf, of Memphis, will arrive Thursday for a visit, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dallas. Mrs. Barnev Nutt left Thursday for Pontiae. Mich., for a visit. Tv's. Jack Long nnd children and Miss Nina Jean Peterson of Blythe- vllie .spent the weekend here with Miss Peterson's parents. Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson. Miss Vivian Riberto left Saturday for her home In San Antonio. Texas, after several days visit here ,wllh Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cash. Paul Francis will leave for Sena- lobia Junior College. Stnatobla, Miss., the last of this month to enter school. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lane Jr., and children, Mickey. Connie and Jeff, of Provo, Utah, left Wednesday for their home after a week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lane Kr. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Prentice spent Sunday afternoon at Oosnell with Mr. and Mrs. Farris Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Grrrv are ena is here visiting relatives. Mrs. Loe Berry of Brinkley is here visiting her dauRhter, Mrs. Russell Clifton, and Mr. Clifton. Mr. and Mrs. ft. V. Ciotlhardt and children. Benny Joe. Jerry and Patsy, moved to Dyes! from Rock Island, III., last week to make their home and have opened up the Dyes.* Cafe for business Mr. and Mrs. F. M, Fraley visited Mr. and Mrs. Tiltnn Owen In St. Louis, and also were in Little Rock to visit Mr. Fraley's brother, J. L. Fraley, and family. Thfiy spent last week in West Helena with Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Fraley and with Mrs. Fraley's brother, Leslie Griffin, and family. Sgl. l!c and Mrs. Roy Kasley nnd nt.inVv m * Vrso frf'nipnw Mr«. Duck Myers. Jlnimle Humphries of Memphis visited in D.VM.S last week, Mr, nwi Mrs. Honel Jumper and children of Shelford were In Dyais Saturday. Mrs nlllie Yates of Wilson »nd Mr«. Evelyn Gamtt visited In the Chaplain home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Barnei and children of Memphis, spent the weekend here with her parents. Mr and Mrs. John Thompson, Michael Cm returned Saturday after a two week visit In the home of his uncle, James Cox, at Jonesboro. Mrs. Vcrnnn Nichols Is leaving Ihls Wednesday for Michigan City, Ind , W join her husband. Norman Linton returned Saturday from Pontiac. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. HoiJis Clark and son. Ronnie, of Jollet, 111., who spent last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark at Kelser, visited Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Clay In. Dyess Saturday. Miss Olile Faye Harris of Memphis spent this weekend at Dyess with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Harris. Clay and Ray Jonei and Mack Clause! returned last week from Chicago !o attend school In Dyess. children of Camp Chaffee. Fort | Misses Alice Taff and Lou Don Smith, spent Wednesday lo Friday I R nun, spent Wednesday 10 many i Ray rl >i um erl from An ;rc with his brnlliers. Marion and | lv ,,;, k ,„ b(lgm 5c h 0 nl. krmrri Easlev. and their families. M ,. an(j Mrs Arno from Aurora, 111., last Before marriage, 74 per cent of business. While there Mrs. Prentl Osceola Saturday. Mrs. A. V. Wa. c son and family of ..... ~..,. Memphis .spent part of the week spending this week at Earle ns - :uests of their son, James Garcy, .„ ^ „,_ md family. Mrs. Micky McA.rt.hur and bnby Mrs. Ira Lewis and Mrs. Delbert nrrim i Saturday morning from De- •rcntir.e were In Osceola Friday on , ,, M| h , • , ,, ,, h , Mr. and Mrs. John Easley of Haynes City. Fla.. who have been In Dyess for several weeks, returned to Fort Smith with them. Lfnberg Fraley of Memphis is spending his vacation here with his irenls. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Fraley. Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Hollinesworth returned home Saturday after a week's visit at Bearden, Camden and Locust Bayou. Mr. and Mrs William Jacobs and -son, Ronnie, spent the weekend at Wliitton with relatives. Mrs. Elza Talf ami grandson, Junior Cn'go. went tn Akron. O., last week for a visit wllh Mrs. Robert Parks and Mrs. Johnny Koskl. Mrs. Curtis Balch and daughter, Jarkle. left Saturday to join her hiisbarrl in Delroti, Midi. Merrill, Crawford of Aiken. S. C.. here vl.^itfnT hi.s narcnts, Mr. and Mr«. H. H. Crawford. Donald Smith of McRae. spent last weekend with his -sister. Mrs. Ira Wlrminphnm. and famMy. Miss Moz-lle Williams left Friday nipht for Memnhh to be the over- nieht guest of Miss F.velyn Anderson. Saturday niirht they attended the Grand Ole Onry nt Nashvill=, and also vHlcd Miss Pauline Wiliams. who is a sti'dent at Peabody College In Nashville. M. S. WlnnlnPham left. Sunday 'or Clinton to v'slt relatives. Mrs. Mary Mr-Daniel and H. H. wii.->. mai.v ivirijitnipi ano n- n. '""• . ^ Crawford attended to business in Mr. and Mrs. John Padgett and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wylie .find daughter, of Morrilton, are visiting her sister, Mrs. R. E. Harris and family here this week. Misses Freda Hatchcock, Sandra Collins and Betty Johnson. Emery Hall and William Barnes spent Friday evening at Monette as guests of Roy Glen Harold- Lavell Cox returned Sunday night from Pontiac, Mich., and will report Wednesday for footbajl practice at Senalobia Junior College. Senatobla, Miss. Mr. ami Mrs. George Scott and children of Joiner spent Saturday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Cox. Mrs. Kenneth Cox and ' daughter of New York, arrived last week to be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emsey Taff. Mrs. Taff's condition is about the same. She is at J her home in Dyess. ! Mrs. R. W- Daniels and Mrs. A. J. Appling are spending this weck j in St. Louis with relatives. i Mr. and Mrs. Russell Clifton were I in Joensboro Saturday as cuests of Mrs. Ora Detrick. Russell Clifton was In McCrory Sunday to attend the family reunion held there. Mrs. Homer Clifton and Freeland Holbrook spent the weekend at McCrory and also attended a reunion. '53 Crime Rate Higher Than 1952 NEW YORK I* - A crime report shows New York City had more murder ana manslaughter cases during the first six months this year than in the name period of 1052. For the first half of 1953, police handled 160 murders, .an Increase of 22.1 per cent, reported Commissioner George p. Monaghan yesterday. He blamed 42.5 per cen rise in manslaughter — from 200 to 285 killings — on automobile; deaths. His report showed decreases of 7.2 per cent In robberies, 1.1 per cen In narcotics felonies and 2.9 per cent In rape. Counterfeit Perfume Racket Uncovered by Federal Agents The Judge Gets His Point Across OKLAHOMA CITY (ft — "This; defendant is deaf and dumb, yourj honor," the arresting officer told Traffic Judge Jim Demopolos. Judget Demopolos, who speaks a smattering of several languages, promptly asked the, man in labored sign language: "Guilty or not guilty?" Grinning at the judge's efforts, the defendant, fingered back, ••What does the officer say I did?" Apprised of the charge of running a red light nnd, the $10 fine, he pleaded guilty, paid the fine and flashe Demopolos a parting Billy Ingle of Whitton were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs Sunday evening. ORMS g^i,-^,,»/-^a^.->'u«B'/-^»fc/^ IPM MAY BE A FAMILY AFFAIR Ficlceting, nose-picking and a tor- mentinu rectal itch are often telltale tifinE of Pin-Worms, . .usSy parasites that medical experts finy infest one out of every three persons examined. Entire families tnuy be victims and not know it. To Ret rid of Tin-Worms, tlii'sa pcsti must not only be killed, but killed in the laree intestine where they live and multiply. That's exactly what Jajrne's IMV tablets do ... and here's how they do it: First— a scientific coatinp carries the tablets into the bowels lie- fore they dissolve. Then - Jayne's modern, medi'cally-npproved ingredient ROES richt to work —fcttfa Pin-Worms quickly and easily. Don't take chances with this dan serous, highly contagious condition. At the first sign of Pin- Worms, asfc your ilruKEist for genuine Jayre's IMV Vermifuge. .. the small, ciisy-to-lnke tablets perfected by famous Dr. D. Jaync & Son, spet;ialists in worm remedies lor over 100 ye women talk: about mnrringe being ; . nnd family. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. Lane are expect! nj? their daughter, Mrs. Hnrolrt ees will disagree violently witn Herrman, Mr, Hen-mim and thplr ^r<S':, zsr« sr^^-we^ •islt. Mrs. Georgia Mae Harden of Hel- riage. 73 per cent make it a "two-way street." After way. ages will disagree violently with . what they just read. Super Sales Ability: Clerk Turns Robber Info Cash Customer ALBUQUERQUE Wl — A stubborn clerk late yesterday turned a would-be holdup man into a cash customer. Frances' Edwards, 22, said an aged man approached her park refreshment stand, displayed a gun and threatened to kill her if she didn't hand over the money in the cash drawer. She refused. The elderly bandit ran around the stand shouting, "Let me in. Give me the money." Finally, he put up his gun. ordered three bottles of pop, paid for them, hopped in his car and drove off. GEM THEATRE "Osceola's Finesf THURSDAY & FRIDAY DON'T MISS AM* IUITIM DOROTII9 IIHTT in THIRD DIMENSION tilso vlslt"d her son .Hoyce Hodnelt, frolt. Mich., for R visit with her parents. Mr- and Mrs. Cliicence Nlchota, -nnd Mr.'and Mrs, Mr-Arthur- daughter of Bondsville. visited Mr. and Mrs. Russell Clifton Friday Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Vlek Mounds, 111., arrived Saturday morning to be the guests of her brother, Austin Chaplain, and Mrs Chaplain. Mrs. Norman James spent Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Parker of Brinkley visited her sister, Mrs Russell CHtton and Mr. Clifton the past week. Pfc. Jimmie Alien of PI. Leonard Wood, Mo., spent the weekend her with his pareju^, Mr. ,»nd Mre. Le I Allen. ' • >f I Mr. and Mrs J L. Jacobs of Dyess and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Billiard of Whilton, spent Tuesday at Brook>and as guests of the Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Yount. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Billiard and MIDDLETOWN, R. I. I*—A still for making fake perfume lor use In bottles with the counterfeit la- bcls of several of the leading perfumeries of the World was uncov< cred yesterday by federal agents. The raid was carried out by Special Investigator Joseph E. Lannon of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Unit of the Internal Revenue Bu and Inspector John J. Hanagan nf the Food and Drug Control Administration. Lannon said that In addition to & 15-irallon still they also seized a large (inanity of perfume bottles, some filled and some emptied but all carrying the conterfeit labels of expensive perfumes. Lannon said also the counterfeit perfumes have been sold in New York, Washington, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, La., and Havana, Cuba, "for as much as $110 an ounce." A federal warrant was sworn out after the raid against Robert Oold- man, 52, lasl reported in Detroit, the warrant charged Goldman with operation of an unregistered still. Lannon said alcohol was mixed "Thank you" as he walked out of the cot "•oom. •^•••••••••••••••••••••* RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. LAST TIME TONIGHT THE HOMESTEADERS In Sepia Tone With "Wild Bill" Elliott THURSDAY ONLY PORT SINISTER With James Warren-Lynne Roberts with colorings and extracts and run through the still to produce the fake essencei. Television Antennas Irk City Manager KANSAS CITY M 1 )—With more television stations opening here, City Manager L- P. Cookingham shuddered at the prospect pf countless receiver antennas towering over the city's sightly residential areas- Some cities have BO many antennas of varied design and height that they have become "urban uglies." he said. "I hope we can find some means of escaping this." So he issued an order to depart- ment heads: See If It'i pouibM I* require nt le&et some unllormitf ID antenna design. Bunker Hill Monument ttandi on Breed's Hill, where the battle actually wai [ought. 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