The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1950 · Page 4
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WftDMEglMT, B&P1&MBEK », 1*0* Governor Smith Sees Ruin of State Highways Unless Taxes Are Raised If Awe A • ^11 IIM «. ^ * __. , . _„ CITY, Sept. ». (AP) -, Misiourl'i Uz coUtctlonj reached an all-tune peak last year,' Gov. Forrest Smith said today, but "in my opinion the oo«t of government i* never coming down." "the reason I make that asaer- tlon," he explained, "la because th« people of Missouri are not willing ve a curtailment or lessening government service* they are receiving." Governor .Smith «poke at'a luncheon meeting of the aouth Central Business Association. He renewed his attack on the, truti- Ing industry as not paying a tax 'share proportionate to the damage It does to the highways. ' "Trucks Are Exceptions" 'Those who use the highways and wear them out pay for their upkeep in proportion to the use they . make of those highways with one exception—the giant boxcar-like trucks," the Governor said. "The destruction' of our highways _ by _the, giant-sized, overloaded . tnirks has caused the maintenance cost to rise_ from 6 million dollars a few years ago to 15'million dol: Jars this year. ' "Since the special election on the gasoline tax last April there have been many, many letters demai'd- 1«B that the big trucks be required to pay a fair share cost of our major highway routes.'. "I- Intend to ask the next legislature again to enact some kind of a new highway law to enable Missouri to'keep in step with modern day transportation." .• • Governor Smith «»id "there will : not ^be any request for 'additional taxes during the time I ani^ your -tjtf-l executive except for' one ^Pn.ch of our government, and that Is our state .highway department." "Oiir highway department is des perately in .need' of 'additional s funds," he continued. "Unless we do secure 'additional highway revenue .In the t very v near future, our. pre.";- ent.syst;em of highways in this .slate • will fall to pieces. 1 ! .The first zoo In,the United States was established in Philadelphia in 1874. -. 'PAROLED —Former Rep.'Andrew J. Maj (D., Ky.) is being paroled from the Ashland, Kv., federal prison. 'May, convicted in .luly, 1947, of using his influence to aid the Garsson muni- tionl combine, is expected to return to his home,~ Prestonbiirg, Ky, and resume private law .practice. MacARTHUR LOOKS OVER WRFCK^D ENEMY TANK-Gen Douglas MacArthur (left, touching tank) looks o^er a North Korean tank knocked out opposing landing of American troops in the Inchon area. With the general are members of his staff (AP Wirephoto via Army Radio). .''.', EDSON (Continued from page 8) ed. of'course, 11 could set unification back or reopen old feuds. Ground Force* Won't Be Neglected On- prediction Is that Marshall as an Army ground officer will sec that the neglect of the ground forces, revealed by Korea, will be speedily corrected. It's also considered fairly certain th«t Robert A. Lovett wllfbe asked to return to the. government to work with Marshall. He was assistant secretary:-for Air when Marshall was chief of staff of the Army and. he. was Marshall's assistant "•hen the general was secretary of state. Most Pentagon officials who know Lovett approve of this. Still another 'tmportant fact ba- ing considered In trying / 0 anticipate Marshall's handling of the defense job is his former attitude toward .unification. Marshall wanted » stronger unification than exists, with a top chief, of staff instead of a joint chiefs of staff. He fought Forrestal on (his issue and lost. Forrestnl also was the main exponent o keeping civilian control of the Defense Department, a principle which., will :be violated under the present .circumstance.' It .will - be within the authority of the new secretary to, change the complexion of the unification set-up if he wants to.do it. ,.••., However, there are a group of kev young men -who have been with the unification plan ever since its birth. Johnson kept most of them on and It Is expected that Marshall will do the same. Marx Leva is the out- Ftahrting one of these men. It Is likely that he 'will he given more authority under the new set-up. He and the others who Brew up with unification will be able to stive the new department the continuity it needs at this critical stage of Its growth. ; ' , Rutfian-Made Guns Copturm/ by Yankt; Reorfied for U$» WITH US SECOND DIVISION, Korea, Sept 20 if,— Scores of Rus si?n-made artillery pieces, which three dijs ago hurled shell? at American soldiers, soon will be blasting their former Korean Red ownera. Ordnance men ha\e been ordered to work 'round-Ihe clock preparing the captured guns for action The order came after a preliminary survey of only two. sectors showed the North Koreans abandoned at least 7.4 artillery pieces and big mortars'when the Second Division niuted them from the east bank of the Naktong River. .There is a tremendous stdrt o captured Russian-made ammum tion for thr guns One regimen alone took 200 tons. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CIHCKASAWBA DISTRICT OF M1SSI3SH-PI COUNTY, ARKANSAS J. E. Castleman,- Jr., pltf. ; W No 11174 Juainta Cattleman. Dft WARNING ORDER The defendant, Ju'anila Cattleman, is hereby warned to appear in (his court within thirlj days and answei the complaint of the plaintiff, J E. Castleman, Jr. and upon her (allure to ao so. said complaint will be taken as confessed Witness my hand as clerk of the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of., Mississippi County, Arkansas, and the ^eal of said court, this 8 day of September, 1030. O. E. Keck, H. G. Pijrtlow, attys. for pltf Harvey Morris, Clerk ' By Ruth Magee. D.C. 8;i3-20-27-10;4 (AWT eemmn South Koreans 'Will Not Step' , , £t. M. (*) — Pmldtnt . •pi«nuB MM* of UM KcpuMfe of KOTM >*i4 ywtardar the south KMrwm wU •duanet throujh North KarM «• th* M»n- ehurian barter. H< told a m*M mfUnc Uw Republican Army will net atop it the Mlh Parallel, whWh divide* North and South Korea,. «M said he expected the "Onit»d>: Nation* forcM »•!!! not >top then NOTICE or ANNUAL •CHOOL KLECT10N IN MmDRTE SCHOOL DI8TUCT NO. U or MiBgiuirn couNTr. ARKANSAS Notice J 5 hereby given' lhat the »nnual iKhool tlwkion in the abovt named District will be held on September X, 1N», lor tht followingpurposes: The election nt i member of the County Board of Education lor » teim of 5 yearn. The election ot I director for i term o[ 9 yean. ^ , To submit the question of voting a total school tag ol 30 mills, as set 04|t in the District's budget. which shall Include, In addition to the millage (or (.he operation and maintenance 'of 'the schools and for the pajment ol the principal and Interest of outstanding bond Lsiuea, a continuing building fund million tai of 3 mill*, to be voted for the purpose of paying the, pim- clpal and Interest 'of a proposed bond issue of ,»20,obO,-to be issued for the purpoM of refund- Ing outstanding valid ; . bonded indebtedness to erect and equip new school buildiugj, and to repair and improve present »chool buildings. Said bond Isaue will run for approximately It yeaii. The 3 mill Ux, it th« proposed millact u approved, will be continued until the payment of all of the principal arid 'Interest of the propoKd hew bond' i»- «ue. Any surplua revenue from tht building fund millage, after the payment of principal and Interest, of the bond* maturing -that year and providing for the next six months' interest on all outstanding bonds, mar be used by the District for anr other school purpuGM. The polls will open at 1:00 o'clock A.M. and, will close at «:M o'clock P.M. on September 2S, I960, at the following polling places in the District, to-B'it: Burdette School GIVEN this 5 day of August, 'iftSO John - Uaye.s, County Supervisor W. Berryman, County Sheriff IN THE CIRCUIT COUKT FOm THE CRICKASAWBA DISTRICT: OF MISSISSIPPI COUMTY, ARKANSAS ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER COMPANY, a corporation, Pltf. vs . No 4M1 . GI,IN T. HARRISON, MRS. GLIN T. (BESSIE D) HARRISON, OTTIS WARREN and THE PRUDENTIAt. INSURANCE COMPANY OP AMERICA, Dfts. .WARNING ORDER The defendant, ; The Prudential Insurance Company of America, is hereby warned to appear in this Court on the 15th day of January, 1951 and answer the Petition of the Plaintiff, 'Arkansas-Missouri .Power Company, and upon its failure so to do, said Petition will be taken as confessed and hearing held there on. WITNESS my hand as" Clerk of fIIffMff-MUIS ...amf sffff tie ifAHAuttmstit^lms th« Circuit Court for th* Chlck*- aawba District of Mississippi County, Arkanatt «nd the A*ai of aal* Court, thk th* 3Mh day of AuciM ' Harrjjr Karri*. Circuit Court OUrk Orahaai •u^burjr, atty. f«r petitioner. ' ' Mareu* Bvnfd, atty ad lt(««a. PAGE 8BVKH1 A modern blaftt furnace wtti pt»duce nboiit 1500 Ions o[ steel a day, lenuine Sour Mash is to bourbon what sterling is to silver. 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