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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - August 3, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeMore Liberal rules on dependents Are included inne tax program dependent in any one if you support someone in your i the member of the group who Home who is not a close the dependent must contrib tic at least 10 per cent of the if you share with several others dependent s support. he must in supporting a relative of a close relative of the depend then you probably will aet a can t be claimed tax Cut under the new 1 depend Ems under the group tax revision Bill just passed Congress i the a Deimes a close relative As a son daughter or grandchild me new num Suir set of sever a Stepson or stepdaughter a Broth Al More Liberal rules for claiming or sister or Stepbrother or father Mother pm pm inn Vou grandparent a Stepfather or step to exempt o your income Mother a Niece Nephew aunt or Horn taxes. Each exemption or am of these in Laws son Means an actual tax pm of s120 if daughter. Father Mother brother Sou re in the minimum 20 per sister bracket More in the higher Brack i altogether experts figure Abi 1.-100.000 taxpayers will be Able claim additional dependents. The changes effective this year will up in 195-1 tax returns. Under the old Law you claim anyone As a dependent who made More than income on his own during the year. Under the new Law you can count children under 19 As dependents regardless of their earnings Han a their the Tennessee Burley tobacco ant Vii ran association has instruct a h t children edits Board of directors to seek above 19 a., exclusive contract with of earnings. Of they Are government to Federal in College. You still of course tobacco Price supports in Tennes Mist provide More than half their see. Tennes Tup poit. The association did not apply to these provisions Are designed to the commodity credit corp. Association Jwill seek Federal control in state Greene Ville ten. Aug. 3 new Lattimore indictment seen by Arthur Kramish Washington aug. 3 the Justice department May de cide to against seek a new indictment Owen Baltimore death notice augustas w. Mason big Stone Gap augustas Washington Mason 75. Died at a Kingsport Hospital at 11 . Mon Day following a lingering illness. Survivors include his widow mrs. Laura Kate Mason three sons. Bill Mason of Lubbock Tex. Kingsport times tuesday. August 3. 1954 How to hold false Teeth More firmly in . Is Shiv _ v Snake pit shown prodding his serpentine captors with a stick is emm1ttbeverly Wise county Snake Hunter. Wise Hunters fill Snake pit with copperheads rattlers Tiu i v Al Emi word if St p11 h help Many parents whose for re certification to handle time 65 work part time. Under the supports . As a result the by l. F. Cannington or. Wise. A. Aug. This town place known is the Snake it contains at the present How tennesseans voted in Congress Washington aug. 3 moving communism in testimony before Senate investigators. An informed source reported to Day that the possibility of a new perjury indictment to supersede previous Legal action against the far East specialist one time stale department consultant is under serious consideration. It was emphasized however that of Bik Stone Gap. Anci on of Kingsport one Henry Long of Alta than to to trial without the key Bascom Mason of Kingsport one charge that he falsely denied pro sister. Mrs. Vista a. Funeral services will be held at 2 . Wednesday at the Oak Grove Baptist Church with the Rev. Paul Harry Miller the Rev. W. B. Galloway officiating. Burial will follow in the Glencoe cemetery. The body will remain at the holding funeral Home until one hour prior to the services. Milk makes motor Uii ii the government s next step in the controversial Case is still up in the air anything can Lattimore. Johns Hopkins University professor now on leave without pay pending the outcome of j ft., i i i his Case was originally indicted puff l k6 a kill pal by a grand jury on several counts iuiici1 As an outgrowth of his testimony before the Senate internal Security subcommittee when it was headed by sen. Pat Mccarran Nev tuesday City court a 19-year-old Kingsport. Route 9. Youth was fined in City court tuesday after an officer testified the defendant ran a red while speeding Down Broad a de Law. It was a temptation for dial Jcck certified two rival to Tell his boy to quit work As j the Tennessee Farmers marketing the boy s earnings approached association the Burley Stabi no nerf be ligation corp. But at its annual meeting Here yesterday the association adopted in its directors to seek his income any scholarships he re Lessee support program Resolution comm carrying on the fight to dad faced the loss of pendent on his tax return. Another new provision this in determining whether Resolution authorizing in provide half your child s support a strutting its directors to Seel you Don t have to count As part of sole permission to handle the ten support program. Resolution commended the chives in College. Full time on the form training. The Board preserve the association de institution or local government the monopolists who Are can be counted As attending col u ym8 to put group out of i under the old Law you could t h s Duncan manager of the count anyone As a dependent who Saue i Lancial re o Ninoo ki_.-. Submitted by the association s auditors listed the Coop six Copper Heads. The Snake Hunters. Emmitt Beverly Victor Bates Bruce Kinkaid. Have an ambition to in new airline route Washington. Aug. 3 crease the catch to 100 before the Mont aviation Winston Salem n. Summer is Over. Why do they catch them it s a j Board yesterday sort of Hobby. where on top of High Knob. The local Snake Dens says Emmitt Beverly Are intermediate to be found around Cliffs where there Are ledges. Pc. Asked the civil aeronautics Tennessee recorded Roll Calls Senate a troll i Lexington. By. Aug. 3 nobody had the slightest idea a Saucer of milk would sooth the weird sounds in mrs. Mike Dob Cin s car. Service station operator Don Brossman listened to mrs. Dob son s description of the motor noise yesterday tentatively Dia Al nosed it As fan Belt trouble picked up lubricating materials to Correct the defect. He found nothing amiss with the a Young Kitten which had Nade its Home Between the motor do your false Teeth annoy pm by dropping or wobbling when you eat. Or talk Sprinkle a Little fas Teeth of your plates. This alkaline non acid powder holds Teeth More firmly Ami Moie coir portably. No Gummy gooey or feeling does not sour. Checks plate odor denture breath get fast eth Tod try any drug counter. Groseclose Flowers for All occasions dial Circle 6-6108 a arrangements guaranteed i uie motor a Albert Fletcher said Block manifold Nave Forth members of Congress the Young Nan driving 30 j despairing howls when the run Migi Rcd As voting on recent or 3d Miles per hour in the Down i motor began to Hrat its Home Tou Iliin i . I on rejection by vote of 44 for 4 against two thirds majority required of motion to limit debate on atomic Energy Bill. Against the not voting Kefauver for authority on rejection 51-31, of Stennis serve Ashland . Amendment to atomic va., Princeton Bluefield. W. A b111 to All pro j town business Section. He said the i youth passed under a red Light narrowly avoiding a collision with another vehicle. Acting City judge j. R. Pecktal dismissed the speeding charge imposed the Fine on the red Light charge. The youth had entered a plea of Points. Visions for private development of Energy. For the Amend men find he Dens Withington. By. As was not a close relative. Now you can count anyone As a dependent n if he lives in your household you provide More than half his Orth at 30. The association s Ollu Mugion . As an a piece of pipe through which they we Point Between Cincinnati Pas Sake 57-28 a mend have a ready they banter the Tri cite a report by Stol Momic ener8-v act of Snake to stick his head our temp. Kingsport a o h n s o n when the head enters the Loop Tenn Nuver. They have him caught. I i the Princeton Bluefield Gore. Nolke i i Ruic Eion tue yield Stool p Lisa be. 59-21, of Compro Are being kept in be As an inter Editp nou sme b111 not 11_____1. I a Ulilla a Juliet i to Tran to .1 i in user mediate no inti i As of ba5emem where there Between Tri City Roanoke a. Funds have been tied up since last september support. This is designed especially to a a lawsuit by which pl5 to Foster children children in fallers in free East tenness your Home awaiting formal is seeking distribution c Tion. Or others you support for any they claim is due Farmer reason Jin support funds. In Many cases a group of per rep. T. J. Davis of Eidson. On sons will share in the support the original members of the. Cat oilers is a ten foot Wall around them. But does not deter the Snake in i _ _ i Down among it All 111 dependent relative say an eld Erly no one member of the group provides More than half the dependent s support. Under the old Law no one could claim the dependent on tax returns. To Boga. Told the meeting he Coul not go along with a proposal t withholding profits to build a to Bacco re drier. Davis asked that officials of the association pay tobacco growers under the new Law. The Money due them to be i agree that one person will them put the funds into a re dried of their own Choice. He offered to take in Stock toward a drier. Tusculum Man Hurt in big Stone wreck Garfield Kelly. 73. Tusculum Tenn. Was treated at Holston Ley Community Hospital Early tuesday for injuries received in an automobile Accident near big Stone Gap a. Driver was drunk but is not fined Knoxville. Aug. 3 Driver was drunk the judge Nazeeri. But you can t make a Drunken driving Case against a Motorist who s driving on Railroad tracks. Reason Railroad tracks Are Pri vate property. But to begin at the beginning. Police arrested Thomas r. Lan a reports showed Kelly suffered Nie of Bayou la Bare. Ala., right Kneecap in the the night of july 16 while driving Accident. Attendants said the Man along Railroad tracks Ista Teci Nis automobile ran into a Drunken driving ditch on the Highway Between big Stone Gap East Stone Gap a. He was taken to Holston Valley p at . was released in j apparently Good condition after treatment. Records showed he was referred to a Greeneville Hospital. Was booked on charge. Yesterday he was taken into City court to answer the charge did you see him driving asked the City trial attorney. Yes. About 400 replied patrolman Frank Seaton. On the Railroad no doubt about his being said acting City judge h. O. Pollard. He had to be he were driving then the judge added Case dismissed. He was private husbands wives get Pep vim feel younger thousands couples re worn out it hat cd just became body lacks Iron. For Civ you user leding Ter 40. Try outre. Tonic Jad Letl. Iron ror Pep supple mint doses vitamins a b2. Costs Little. Gel Acqua Mcd in Only 50c. Al All As i Point it of their i now Lints South East of Tri City must be scheduled through Lexington Shade for a the atomic Energy 13 trips Between ir1 Neese isl kept Ember h a group of i of Nam stirring them o is Tennesse improvised Shade for spectators to see. they must be kept in the Shade for a Rattler or a Copper Bend says or. Beverly will die on passage. 61-26, of Compro 154. Not House on passage 231 not guilty on both counts. In other cases the judge imposed three s20 fines one s10 Fine for Public drunkenness. He explained that the 510 Fine was imposed so that the defendant would be free in time to resume his Job August 15. He dismissed one charge of illegal parking. The Case of a 51-year-old route 4. Kin sport. Woman charged with carrying arms was continued until tuesday. August 24. Forfeitures on the docket included five Bonds of s3.50 for illegal parking two Bonds of s3.50 i for driving in the wrong direction of a on Wiy Street 31 Bonds of is each for overtime parking. I Jeverly will dip d in a few minutes if the Sun strikes ?.nd nine of them serving against Cooper a. Evins r. .jliiat.-, t a i in r Lazier it Milr Rev Ini we lost several that says Cincinnati four Louisville. Emmitt. During the past Summers Falls these men have exhibited their snakes at the ocal fair. This year they say they will even go beyond Wise county if any fairs want them. we keep them in cages so they can t get out or any person get says Beverly. Perfectly it added that scheduling once Sutham d or More of the nine through Ash-1 Frazier i Murray do priest not Davis d Stead of via Lexington would re Duce the concentration make new service available. Not voting Davis Murray priest company said the mileage Sutton. Between Cincinnati Tri cities on passage 316-77, of Compro is Only 23 More Miles by Way of Mise Bill revising tax Laws Ashland Huntington than by Way of Baker Reece. Against Cooper Lexington would increase a Evins Frazier. Not flight s Cost by Only Murray priest Button. Of Nance foreign Aid program through june 30. 1955. Cooper Evins. Frazier. Against Reece. Flowers dial i 5-1121 a Torch Wallin Florist 105 e. Main St. How rent dollars buy your if you rent chances Are you can buy. Our specialized Home financing gives debt free ownership paid for out of current in come. A modest Down pay ment is All you need. Ask for details. Listen every morning monday through Friday . Kingsport Federal Federal savings loan association 230 Street phone i 6-4161 let s All buy u. S. Savings Bonds Brossman removed the cat. Rave a Saucer of milk soon had the Kitten motor purring again. White Floral go. Flowers a arrangements guaranteed we Are As near As your Telephone dial go 5-5174 nights sundays dial Circle 6-6657 vote for Henry Miller for magistrate if you want your county s budget of spent wisely Why not get successful businessmen on the county court the men you help elect will be members of the court for Sll Long years. Don t make a mistake be sure to vote for a sound businessman. Henry Miller will appreciate your vote. Pm. Pol. Adt Broad Street phone i 7-71u vote for elect Constable honest faithful service merits Reward in John d. Present Constable of the Kic Velli civil District of Sullivan Natty a the a real property All criminal Laws of the slate he has served Well the several courts of the county in serving promptly courteously All civil papers assigned to him often without Hope or Promise of compensation in addition he works m close cooperation will the juvenile courts truant officers of the county in their efforts to Aid assist the children of the county direct their paths in the ways of Pood citizenship. Parker has made a profession. Indeed a career of the office of con s Able devotes his full time to the performance of his official duties. Lie has no other Job is on duly Twenty four hours a Day. An examination of court records will atless to his Energy efficiency. Win he is a family Man beloved by his wife five children has a kind sympathetic understanding of All children especially the poor his Model to Surrey with the Frankc on loaded to the Ullh ii any Krinning Yonne slurs is a familiar Slacht to All . John d. Parker is Cneri Telic Brave industrious will answer a Call at any hour of the Day or night promptly fearlessly cheerfully. He has Many limes risked his life in encounters with the Lawless Clement of the Community has scars on his head body to prove ii. Tar Era tar citizens of the eleventh civil District need deserve a full time honest courageous experienced Man to fill the in inns talc John d. Parker is the Only candidate for the office in this District who has All these qualifications. A Man who has never maliciously persecuted anyone. Wim. Vote for elect John d. Parker on thursday August 5. 1951 pm. Pol. Adv. Words big new Catalon is Here get a Library copy today you can gel wards new fall Winter Catalon now. 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