The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1952 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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PAGE BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COUWE* NIW1 'Make Things Easier For Taxpayers', Tax Offices are Ordered Bjr FRANK O'BRIEN WASHINGTON to — Tho Infernal Revenue Burenu has Instructed Ha Held offices to make thing; Texas Woman Looks Part at Stock Show CHICAGO (/P) — A 71-year-old Texas woman, dressed in cowboy attire, arrived n Chicago yesterday with 15 Hampshire sheep which the hopes will win a championship at the International Live Stock exposition. "Hope to take home n chnrnplon- £hlp," Mrs. Ammle E. Wilson of Hano, Tex., snld at the International Amphitheater at tho stock yards, where Ihe exposition opens Saturday for eight days. "Age doesn't mean a thing If you feel good and keep busy." the spry and smiling Mrs. Wilson jiild. "Rode all the wny up here In a truck with my shepherd, BUI Ratden, and the sheep, and I feel tine."'. ' -•',.• Sheep raising Is her hobby. She took it up. In 1S41 "to keep my mind busy" after the death of her son. Bomber Falls In Canada; 8 Airmen Killed COMOX, B. C. {ff> — A Royal Canadian Air Force four-engine Ijancaster bomber on a leisurely supply flight crashed and burned here late yesterday. Eight of the 10 airmen aboard dl^d. Hours .after the crash: the wreckage still was'afire, and Investigators .walled today for it to cool so they could probe for unrecovered bodies. .•'••:'•• -The. dead Included three crew- «nen and the five passengers. The pilot and co-pilot survived but were badly hurt. . ;. . Names of the 10 men were not made public. . Cause of the crash has not been determined. • ; • Bicyie-Riding Professor Has 90th Birthday AfirENg, oa. (3fi — bavld L. Earnest, the bicycle-riding professor, observer! his 90lh birthday today, retired but nol fired. University of Georgia sludenls always look with interest at th& former professcr of education as he peddles over Alhens' hills. t Earnest gels in a little extra exercise by louchlng Ihe floor wllh the.palm of his bands Iwlce daily. Child Unaware Of Birthday HAMILTON, O. (rt>(—It was little Danny Nell Llssal's nlnlh blrtb- dny yesterday. But Dnnny knew nothing about It,- Just ns be's known nothing about his blrlli days since be was 3 years old.. Danny, Hamilton's best known hospital patlenl, has been In' a coma since he was hit uy. a truck in front of his homo on Dec. 21, 1016. He was Inken from Mercy Hospilal here to Children's Ilds- pilal In Columbus. O., lust year. Physicians consider his cnse hopeless. Expectant Bear Taking It Easy LONDON W — ivy wns very calm about It all loday but everyone else around London Zoo wns pacing Ihe floor. The big polar bear Is expecting another cub. In fact, It Is nine clays overdue. Ivy is tho mother of Ihe famous cub Brumas, snid to be the only 200-uorn polar bear to survive in 100 years. A Special Message To Men Who Use Injector Blades If you shave with injector blades, here's news you can't afford to miss! You can now buy 21 of the finest Injector blades for the exceptionally low price of 59c. Chllds' Injector Blades are mnde of the highest quality surgical steel. They are honed In oil to a fine cutting edge, and triple-tested for longer-lasting qualities. Sold by the same company that sete the famous double edge and single edge Chllds' Blades, these new Chllds' Injector Dlades give you value-plus In smoother shaves—more shaves per blade- lower cost. Like all Chllds' Blades, Chtlds' Injector Blades are sold to you with this guarantee; Full satisfaction or your money back. So be thrifty, men—save while you shave with blades guaranteed to please you. And, remember—21 Chllds' Injector Blades cost you only 59c, Try them. The smoolhest shave depends on the blade and the blade to use Is Childsl Buy a package of Chllds' Injector Blades today! Leaves your l»ce ws smooth u « child's. Advt: easier for taxpayers when taxpay Ing time comes around next year. Outlining a now program to go into effect from Jan. 1 to March 17, Assistant Commissioner of In ternnl Revenue Justin Winkle told field officers In a letter made public today that taxpayers must find a "new and Improved service' Hits time, " . . Winkle emphasized that by tax time nn eight-month reorganization of the bureau will have been completed, nnd taxpayers Decking hclji with their returns will have "their first real opportunity to ob serve how reorganization affects them personally." Tax officials not only expect to give bolter service but tboy expect more work. There were some 54 million tax returns last year and (ho bureau expects from 57 to 5B million this year. Winkle made these down-to-earth suggestions on how, lax olflces should help simplify Ihlnge for laxpayers: . 1. Don't close the door in the face ol taxpayers just because official office hours are over. . 2. Man telephones to answer queries in the evenings, . during lunch hours and on Saturdays. All olflces to slay open until midnight the last night .before returns are due. 3. Put out some chairs' and benches for those who have been standing in line 'and mnkc sure there are choirs for all the aged and inflrni; - > ~. A. Monitors should .bo on hand :o question puzzled taxpayers bc- 'ore they Join a queue and to divide them into lines for different cnle- gories of Information, so that no one waits In line only to learn ils question Is being answered elsewhere. 5. As nearly as possible, personnel assigned to information boolliii and n.s monitors should be "female •ovenue ngenls" and Ihey should )c rolnted frequently "to avoid the risk ol norninl Irrltntlon stemming from having to answer similar lucstlons over nnd over ngnlm" Judge Files Low Campaign Cost ST. LOUIS Ml — Clrcull Juitge W. C. Msiytlcld 'reported nn expenditure of just 3 cents In filing ills report of "campaign" expenditures with the circuit clerk In the recenl general election.' The money, snld Judge May/iclcl, purchased n stamp for the loiter In which lie notified the secretary of state he wished his name on DID bnllol. LILLIPUTIAN KING'S HORSES-Tlie liny, 30-Inch high, 50- nound horses, above, are believed to be Ihe smallest full-grown equities in Ibe world. They were recently brought to (his country from Sussex, England, by Willis D. Parker, of Los Angeles, right, who will use them for show and breeding purposes. Handle "Doc 1 ' Elliott, left, will lake care of the tiny animals. Even Price of Inauguration Parade Tickets are Going Up By ARTHUR EHSOiV WASHINGTON W) — Even the prices of tickets for the President's Inauguration parade arc going up. Tile parade tickets more or less went on sale yesterday, nt a price of around a Ihlrd more than they cost four years ago. People paid 'rom tz (o $10 for a seat to Bee President Truman ride by. It will cost from around S3 lo $15 to Watch President Elsenhower. ; Most of Ihe Increase Is duo to taxes. Four ycnrs ngo the parade committee either forgot—or didn' know about—tlie amusement tux They Inter hnd to cough up 20 per cent of the gross /or tile tax collector. This lime the tax will be added o each ticket, . ' The reason prices haven't been ;ct definitely: The bids haven't Jeeii let for tlie erection of tem- mrary stands, so no one knows he cost. . , * -. Despite these confusions a con tnnl stream of people poured Into Icket headquarters—(It's n former :isenliower-for-prcsldent hangout) — to put Iheir names down for Icket orders. : John P. Morrtacy, In charge of Ickct sales, said of Ihe rush: "I was surprised •myself." Some 60,000 seals will be put up along the parade roiitCi Tho choice soats^-lhe $15 ones—will be u Lafayette Park, across Pennsylvania Avenue from the While Jousc. None of these 4,000 seats will'be Make Your Bourbon BEAM .. 86 Proo! • J 3mes B. Beom D,jt,)l, n9 Co, Clermonl, Ky. KNTUCnrSIRUSHTBOCRBOH WHISHT BMM r io !S w< ? d 'l > ' lsif " 0 «^" !1 ^worid'i ••n^lj fiwst Boufbon, beoulifulty sift-pocVogKl M ^HSM *• Wrto. of awifa. ifc,, ^ ^ M put on sale for the general public They're going lo Republican blg- wlfs who have walled years for this day, and to .several schools in the area which always buy blocks of Inauguration seats. Churchill-Dulles Meeting Indicated NEW YORK W - A possible meeting between Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Great Brllaln and John Foster Dulles, U. S. sec- relary of stale-designate. Is indicated in an exchange of cables. The exchange over Ihe week end wns released yesterday by President-elect Dwlght D. Elsenhower's headquarters. Cabling congratulations to Dulles, Churchill said: "I shall look forward to talking things over with you." Dulles, expressing thanks, re- News of Men In the Service Serving with th« Naval Supply F Depot on Guam, In the Mariannai > Island*, I* J. D, Button, airman * USN, husband of Mr», Mollye F Sutlon, Blytheville, Rt. i. David A. Moore, USN, son of Mr». f Louise S. Moore of., 301 East Davljs, Blyfheville, was recently advanced to aviation electronics technician third class ai a result of competitive examinations conducted this summer on all ships and Naval establishments; throughout the world. Pvt. Clarence Bradford, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bradford of Dell, is taking Infantry basic train- Ing with the Seventh Armored Division at Camp Robert*, Calif. Pfc. Blnnte P, Pleeman. json of Mr and Mrs. Tom Pleeman of Blythe- vllle, arrived home this-week after receiving his Army discharge at Camp Chaffee. He served two years in the Medical Corps and was stationed In Korea 11 montli.?. Airman apprentice, Larry Hearn, USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hearn, of Ruddle Road, Blythevllle, leftt last week lor Pensacola, Fla., for as- slgriment !n that area after spending a 10 .day leave with his wife, 2321 Birch, and other relatives here. Hearn, who entered the Navy In Feb., 1962, was previously stationed at Milllngton Navy Base. Pfc. George E. Poe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon I^rson of Kennett, Mo., is stationed with the Seventh Infantry Division In Korea. Poe, serving as a wlreman In Headquarters Company, Third Battalion of the division's 32rid Infantry Regiment, arrived in Korea last April and has been awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge and the Korean. Service Ribbon with one campaign star. Two Blythevllle men, Pvt. James Austin, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Austin, nnd Pvt. J. W. Hoskins, son ot Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hoskins, are taking basic training with the Seventh Armored Division at Camp Roberta, Calif. - piled: • : "As we have talked together (n the past,, so I hope we shall talk In the future. . ." j "EXESOISE FROSTY" — Taking part In "Exercise Frosty" In the Austrian Mountains, Pvt. William E. Woodham, stands guard at an intersection on the main supply route. Woodham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gnrley Woodham of Htiyti, Mo., Is serving with the 572nd Military Police Company. WITH 37TH INFANTRY — Pvt. Leroy J,T. 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