The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1953 · Page 3
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MONDAY, APRIL IS, 1953 BLYTIIEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Cherry Tells Editors: Wont Ram Tax Plan Down Peoples Throat HOT SPRINGS Ot—Gov. Francis Cherry says the proposed tax revision amendment will not be ram- TEN-TIME WINNER-For the 10th. consecutive year shapely Marie .Wilson has won the American Physical Culture Association's annual sweater girl award. Said Marie, shown above in Hollywood, "I've learned a small sweater can do big things for a girl." Man Wins Fight With Passing Car TORONTO M* — James Gallant and a passing automobile tangled In nearby Vaughan Township last night and Gallant came out ahead. Talking to a friend in a parked car, Gallant stepped back into the path of an approaching vehicle. He was thrown into the air, landed on the hood of the car, slid down, smashed the windshield, and then dropped to the road. He wasn't hurt. Damage to the auto came to^ibout $50. Text Imports Banned MANILA wi — The Philippine government has banned imports of textbooks after July. It announced the action was taken to save dollars, encourage printing of textbooks locally and provide work for Filipinos. rodded down the throats of the people. He told the semi-annual meeting of newspaper members of the Arkansas Associated Press here that "what we do propose to do is see that the proposal is thoroughly understood." "That is one point on which you newspaper editors and publishers may be of immeasurable help," the governor said. Cherry added that he was not asking the newspapermen "to take sides" in the controversy over the proposed amendment, to be voted on at the November, 1954 general election, It calls for 100 per cent assessment on property values and is coupled with a limit on maximum rates which may be voted for school, county and municipal purposes. Asking the group to study the ; proposal and "make up your own minds," Cherry said he had yet j to find anyone who thought the j present "voluntary" tax assess— i ment system at 20 per cent of I actual value was good. "How can you find 20 per cent until you know, 100 per cent?" he asked. Outlined Programs The governor also outlined four programs which he termed the most significant improvements in state government during the three months of his administration. , One was the new Fiscal Code which he said puts state government operations on a basis com- paritive to that of any other big business. The revised revenue stablization act changing allocations of state ' income was called a progressive ; step by the Governor, who also '•. cited changes in parole and wel- ] fare policies. j The governor, spoke at a lunch- j eon at which C. E. Palmer, head i of an Arkansas daily newspaper chain, and Mrs. Palmer were ; hosts. j Ted Wylie, editor of the Fayette- ! ville Northwest Arkansas Times was elected president of the Association at a preceding business session. He succeeds Carroll Me- Gaughey, associate editor of the Arkansas Gazette, Little Rock. Joe McGee, editor of the Conway Log Cabin Democrat, was elected vice president, and Palmer was re-elected a member of the executive committee. General Executive Frank King of Dallas represented the Associated Press general office. Man Realty Was In the Dog Hooce INDIANAPOLIS Wl — Sheriff's deputies know Richard Bardy, 29. was in the doghouse last night, because that's just where they found him hiding. Neighbors complained he'd been shooting windows out of his own house. "I just wanted to let off a little steam," he explained. The officers took him to jail on charges of disorderly conduct, drunkenness and shooting inside the city. 3-OAY SPECIAL i—MAlL COUPON TODAY—. 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Five feet, nine inches tall and weighing about 145 pounds, Roy has dark brown hair usually parted on the left, dark brown eyes, heavy dark eyebrows and a clear complexion. His only identifying mark is an appendectomy scar. When last seen, he was wearing a double-breasted medium gray flannel suit, tan gabardine top coat and black shoes. His parents say he may have been wearing a silver identification bracelet inscribed with his name and may be carrying a light tan initialed Gladstone bag. Persons having any information about Roy, were asked to call his father collect at WOrth 4-3000 in New York, or 6-4892 in Ridgewood, or Philip Lukin at Murray Hill 9-7100 or ATwater 9-2606 in New York. Casualties Identified WASHINGTO NW—The Defense Department today identified 179 Korean, War casualties in a new list (No. 789) that included 63 63 wounded, 41 missing, 5 and 7 captured. ROY W. MAURER Cherry Festivol Rained Out but Has Happy End WASHINGTON I/PI—Rain Washed out the finale of Washington's annual Cherry Blossom Festival yesterday, but there may yet be a silver lining for the queen. A steady drizzle led officials to call off the water skiinsr pageant, \vindup of the five-day frolic. Queen Janet Kaye Bailey of Akron, O., who was crowned Saturday by Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower, had trouble getting her flowing coronation gown into a suitcase. Said the 18-year-old beauty: "I think I'll get married in it." Capitalized Tennessee had three different _ capitals before Nashville became '3 dead, its capital city. Knoxville was first, injured i followed by Kingston and Murfrees- Two Civilian Companies Get AEC Contracts WASHINGTON to—Two private companies have been authorized by the Atomic Energy Commission lo find out how and when nuclear power can be put into peacetime use. The Ate said the companies- Pioneer Service and Engineering Company of Chicago and Poster Wheeler Corp. of New York—will conduct a one-year study to determine whether private industry can build an atomic reactor "in the next few years." Murphy Enroute Back to Japan TAIPEH. Formosa W)—Robert D. Murphy, TJ. s. ambassador to Japan who soon will become an assistant secretary of state, left today for Tokyo after a tuo-day visit. Murphy and his wife were house guests of President Chiang Kai- shek. boro. Pilot Spots Fire, Sounds Alarm SYRACUSE, N. Y. (ft—A sharp- eyed co-pilot on a departing; air- iner spoiled a fire yesterday on .he roof of a large apartment louse. Benjamin Peters .of Syracuse, outward bound for Washington on a Colonial Airlines plane, radioed SCREEN CODDESS-Be- cause she portrays many mythological characters, Nirupa Roy is called the "goddess" of the Hindu screen. The Indian beauty, seen here in Bombay, is the star of both Hindu and Gujerati films. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ABKA.VSA IN THE MATTERS OP THE ETATE OP No. 3178 H. L. BYARS, DECEASED NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT AS EXECUTRIX Last known address of decedent: 1601 West Chlckasawba Avenue, Blytheville, Arkansas Date of Death: March 22, 1953. An instrument dated the 25th day of May, 1943, was on the llth day of April, 1953, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed Executrix thereun- der. A contest of tlie probate of the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six (6) months from the date of th» first publication of thl» noUot, or they shall be forever barred wd precluded from any benefit In th» estate. This notice first published 11 day of April, 1953. P«tt Byaw, Estate of H. L. 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