The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 7, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 7, 1952
Page 11
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TUESDAY, OCT. T, 1952 ULTTHETILIE (AMCJ COURIER NBW8 JAGE ELEVEN Poll Tax yes Up 5,500, State Figures Show Total of 136,823 Receipts Issued Throughout State LITTLE ROCK WpFIi'st reports ol 1952-53 poll tax sales show that nearly 5,500 more persons bought poll taxes this year than last year. The state Auditor's Office reported yesterday that of the first 26 counties certifying total poll tax sales this year, IS reported In creases and 10 showed losses. A total of '136, 823 new receipts were Issued, compared with 131,420 1SSO 62 receipts. Deadline (or paying the tax which allow voters to participate In the Nov. 4 general election, was Oct. 1 and county collectors have 10 days after that date to certify totals to the auditors office. ! Union county reported tha largest increase, from 15,667 in 1951 to 17.127 this year. Phillips County sales increased from 8,3!! to 8,593 Saline reported an increase from 7,198 to 8,357; Crawford, from 6,130 to 6,275, and Arkansas from 6,693 to 7,558. Baxter, Chicot, Jackson, Johnson, Lincoln, _ Logan, Monroe, Polk, Bcarcy, Sevicr and Van Buren also reported increases. Decreases were reported In Bradley, Cleburne, Desha, Fulton, Grant, Marion, Nevada, Scott, Etone and Yell Counties. Aikantat N«w« BrM$ — "exarkana Woman, Carpenter )ead in Murder and Suicide By The A>«Ki*U4 rrm TBXAHKANA, Tex. — Polic* Mid the divorced mother oj thrw children w»s }tt»lly shot in her upartment h«r* yesterday by • visitor who committed suicide within minutfti of the slaying. Justice of the Peace Wade Turner returned a verdict of murder and suicide In the deaths of Mrs. EJn» Braddock Thompson, 31, and i 45- year-old Texarkana carpenter, T. E. Missey. Detective Homer Goff laid Mrs, Thompson'! mother, Mrs. Mae Gregory, 80, witnessed the shootings. Supreme Court Gets $2,500 Damage Case LITTLE ROCK — The Supreme Court is being asked to rescind Judgements totaling |2,500 awarded for Injuries reportedly suffered in a fall through a Helena boarding house floor. The judgements were awarded to Mrs. E. M. Tensll, who said she was injured when she (ell through a newspaper covered hole, made by workmen. * Sermon Reds jft Curtain 3n Air Force stroke engine. England. Malcolm ; a tricycle, 93 c.c. two- The contraption has a speed of about 301 miles an hour. Taft and Eisenhower Join In Calling Truman Demagogue Hays Soys Adlai Winning Southern friends NEW ORLEANS — Arkansas Congressman Brooks Hays, acting as an advance man lor Gov. Adlai- Stevenson's Southern tour, says the Democratic presidential nominee will win Southern friends with "forthrlghtnessj frankness and fervent humaness." Hay* said it "will be a Stevenson tide from here on In." The Little Rock reprfrsentive talked with Democratic lenders here today to make Stevenson's Friday visit "as successful as possible." Truck Line Fifes for Incorporation LITTLE ROCK — Hilton Truck Lines, Inc. of Fayetteville file articles uf incorporation here yesterday, listing authorized capital of 1, 500 shares of no par value stock. IncorporaLors are Bryan J. Hilton o Fayetteville, Lewis A. Dy*»nt and Eldcn L. Lackey of Kansas City, Mo EDSON Continued from page 8 CINCINNATI W;—Although they were hundreds of miles apart, U. S. Sen. Robert A. Taft and Oen Dwight D. Eisenhower joined last night in calling President Truman a "demagogue." Taft. who lost the Republican presidential ^nomination to Gen. Eisenhower, spoke nt a meeting of 1,400 political workers and candidates here and called the President "a dangerous demagogue." At the same time, Eisenhower «Uges. Importers Get a Break After a great hullabaloo over the •o-called "cheese amendment," limiting U. S. imports of foreign theeses, the Department of Agri- S -- . ,,!,„„ >«,. culture will ease the restrictions {speaking in Seattle, was.calling Mr. •lightly on October 1. Import quotas on °\\ commodities now subject to control will also be raised 15 per cent in the Interest of promoting international trade relations. This will allow the exporting countries to earn a few more dollars. Paul Hoffman, former Marshall plan head, once estimated that if, out of every dollar Americans Gpend, only tw r o cents more could be spent on goods or services from abroad, the budget of the world could be brought into balance. And If another 2 per cent of U. S. national income could be spent on foreign imports, it would end the need for all further U. S. aid for other countries. 'ommunisfs Scizt opaneie Boots BERMN OP) — Communist East Germany lifted the curtnln on its ledgllnR air force today for the benefit of Nikolai Shvernlk, presl dent of the Soviet Union. A giant parade In F,ast Berlin' Red Square, with Shverntk In th reviewing stand, included 500 men Identified R.S "air police" of th Soviet ?.one. They marched briskl along behind 4.000 soldiers of th new "peoples army" and s thou sand "sea police." This was the first public displa of the long-rumored "air police forerunner of a new Communis run Luftwaffe. There have bee some estimates that the force ready has 6.000 men, until now con fined to ground air base duties. TOKYO W)—Communist Chins fe ven worse than Russia In seizin; nd keeping Japanese fishing boats, he Fisheries Board says. The board reports that the Rus- lans have seized 35 boats since Ja>an became independent in April >ut returned 33. The Chinese Communists In that time seized seven and kept them alL The Communists lave been seizing the boats on the pretext they Invaded territorial waters. Ask for AOCUSKI) IN DEATH — Gen Mark Clark's headquarters in Tokyo -said Mrs. Dorothy Smith (above) allegedly inflicted the knife wound from which her husband. Col. Aubrey D. Smith, died. Mrs. Smith is identified by Who's Who in America as the daughler of Gen. Walter Kruegcr, retired, lamous World War II commander of the U. S. Sixth Army. IAI' \Vlrepholo) Traffic Rules Lifted JERUSALEM Wj — The Israel traffic restrictions which took nil taxis and most privately owned cars off the road for two days per week,/are to be lifted because the Men's Clothing f yes Idea of 'New Look' NEW YORK M>> — The men's clothing industry, dipping Into the past. Is-trying to discover which is better—the natural look or the bold drape. Practically discarded several seasons ago. the drape model is expected to reappear next spring in many lines. The suit will not be as bold nor as exaggerated as In the early "40s. It will have modified square shoulders and be a compromise between the natural and bold looks. fuel saving expected. WAS not «i great as PROOF IOTTLID IN »OND INC., LOUI5VIUC. KY. Truman "an expert in political demagoguery." Sen. Taft declared the President's speeches should be studied because "they are directed to personal units of each group and they exhibit complete recklessness of truth." "Mr. Truman hasn't the slightest conception of the weight of taxes on the average person." Taft said. "Mr. Truman and Mr. Stc- •enson Adlal E. Stevenson. Democratic presidential nominee haven't the slightest idea what it is about." Sen. Tatt warned that Hamilton Counts- !~-::inct, workers and county and • te candidate that the election "is not in the bag" and lie added that persons who supported ! in the GOP national con- j .*" vention would not be held in dis- " J ,, <„...*.- V*,- rirtu TTIrnnVlnu'fr 8vll ported me for the nomination." Thunderjets To Complete Pacific Flight HONOLU M»(—Seventy-five F-84G Thunderjsts will leave - Hickam Field Thursday on the second leg of their mass trans-Pacific flight from California to Japan. Thirty-three of the speedy Jets arrived from Travis Air Force Base.! Calif., yesterday. They joined 42 which made the flight Monday. Yesterday's group made the crossing in five hours 44 minutes, two minutes faster than Monday's time. That is an average of about 420 miles an hour for the 2,400 mile flight. The ]ets were refueled over the Pacific by B-29 tankers. They were accompanied by an . undisclosed number of giant B-36 bombers. Role of the B-36s was not explained. An School children in Geneva Can- tavor by Gen. Eisenhower, ton Switzerland, have Thursdays i "There Is no 'purge' idea in Gen. and Sundays off. This system wrs. Eisenhower's mind." Taft said, devised to give parents who have i "Regarding appointments, he has Saturdays off a vacation from chil-I assured me that no one will be dis- firen ns'well as from work. ' criminated against because he sup-' Read Courier News Classified Ada air force spokesman would say on' they "supported" the • Thunderjets. This ls"the second mass Jet'lllaht . s. Air Force p!--~5 across the :ific. The 75 planes comprise the j 27th Escort Fighter Wing of the Strategic Air Command from Bergstrom Air Force Base, Texas. Save gas in style mile after mile Own Americas smartest tlirift car (yet a jet-streamed new Studebaker now COMMANDER V-8 OR CHAMPION Eleven exciting body types including the Slarlincr "hard-lop" Spacious interior dimensional Superb exterior proportional Deep-bedded riding comfort! • Marvelous handling easel See—and try—and buy a Studebaker! All models offer 5hid«bok«r Automatic Drive or Oveidmt ~ —and sla/.-r.ducing tinted glow—al extra coit. A StudttoVer Chotnpioft dtid Commono«r V-8 finiihed hi and 2ruJ in ecluol jniUag*; per gallon among i*an'dar<J clan r.oo V. ihn year's Mofailgai Economy Run. 1A* most of the contending can,rtieS)udebaV:eri uted Ovcrdrivn o pi ion a! al extra cott. CHAMBLIN SALES COMPANY W. D. "Bill" Chamblin, Owner Railroad & Ash Streets Phone 6888 About Your. Natural ...Installation In order (o save your time and assist us In giving you speedier service when you,are ready to install your natural gas facilities, tha following procedure is suggested: 1. Coll 6821 to let us know you want gas service so that we may make the necessary "meter setting." 2. Contact your plumber for necessary piping service on your property and in your home or place of business. 3. Plumber should notify city gas inspector (Phone 2282) as soon as necessary piping is installed. 4. City inspector will notify us when installation meets requirements, and we will immediately install gas meter. Everything possible will be done to expedite your natural gas service; however, due to the large number of requests for service, your patience and understanding will be appreciated. But please do call on us any time we may be of assistance to you in any way. Ark-Mo Power Co.

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