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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - November 21, 1952, Kingsport, TennesseeOr. Bush says foundations reason u. S. Leads world in science research proud Young Charles a. Black the for Mer Shirley Temple and now the wife of it. Comdr. Charles a. Blacic poses with their son. Charles jr., born at Bethesda naval Hospital last april 28. Comdr. Black is a naval reservist stationed in Washington. Dogs have Day in court As judge decides master by Neal o Steen construction co., is. Clinchfield a toy Manchester various yer. R. Co., damage s24.57 for identified As Jojo a n plaintiff. Have testified in the past three Asia s scientific efforts with those Days said they Are unaware of any in this country. Bush said it is Well such trends among tons. Or. Henry m. Wriston president i bomb and effective Jet planes but of Brown University was called unanswered question is Wyeth found known that the soviet Union has been Able to develop an atomic for testimony today. Bush told the one of the committee that achievements car they can break new ground in fundamental science. Washington by Congress had the Assurance of a famous scientist today that the United states has taken world leadership in fundamental research. The wit Ness or. Vannevar Bush said a lot of credit is due to the private tax exempt research foundations. Bush president of the Carnegie us inns Wal he Institute of Washington the foundations has been to sever that statement yesterday to a us the seeds of a Strong of Ydael such circumstances i am Cial House committee investigate Active system of medical train-1 y Happy personally that Russia ing such organizations to deter is Nas Tea mine whether any of them Are Here to a trend that is in exact representatives of some of the promoting in american or sub by the opposite direction from so largest of the More than 30 000 aversive activities. The scientist said. J tax free foundations May be heard he and other educators who he was asked to compare bus a by the committee next week. State tax collection total goes Over millions Nashville the government of the state of Tennes see collected More than Mil Lions in taxes and other receipts during fiscal 1952, according to a report released thursday by the Tennessee taxpayers association. Taxes licenses and fees collected by the state totalled millions and the state collected Federal Aid in the amount of millions. Bond sales brought millions to the state Treasury and miscellaneous collections accounted for the remainder of millions. The state relies most heavily upon sales and gasoline taxes for its receipts. The sales tax produced millions in fiscal 1952, and gasoline and motor fuel taxes produced s49.6 Mil Lions. Together these two taxes accounted for More than 55 per was Back in the Isaac Fuller and Hillman is Wiley cent of the total collections from Fleenor Kennel Friday morning c Cooper continued by Plain taxes licenses and fees t answering to following i state of Tennessee according a Law court ruling Here thurs w. H. Robinette is. E. Greer settled. Day. As he is called by plaintiff Fleenor or As he was called by defendant i dude King got involved in Legal entanglement after allegedly ran away from James e. Fleenor Home last May and took tonal Bank up residence at the the association s report. Thomas some tax c0nectj0ns a to Fisca Jack Gardner is. T. A. Phillips Phillips plumbing and co., dismissed at Plain Tate is. Debt first a voluntary Home. Ruby carnal is. W. E. Carnal All five pounds of or divorce continued. became the object of City of Kingsport is. J. E. A colourful Replevin suit heard Inardi violation City ordinance judge and costs against defendant. Ferguson. The disputed dog created a accompanied before the bar by his Mother. Homer Davis is. S. Arthur use is. Elena s Cost Buster Conkin the court promptly ordered Conkin divorce voluntary non dogs placed under the 5uit Rule and the Bailiff quickly Eva Ragle is. Nea Ragle lured them into the witness divorce dismissed at plaintiff s room where they waited the hearing progressed. A request by defense Todd that or be j continued allowed to testify was denied by the judge. As a final test of ownership the wily defense counsel demanded that or City of Kingsport is. J. R. And condemnation g. F. C. Corp. Is. Ray Edgar Cornett Replevin for plaintiff. Ace discount corp. Is. Ray or Edgar Cornett Replevin for be stationed in the splain Tif f Center of the Long counsel table City of Kingsport is. Brady and the plaintiff and defendant Lane violation City ordinance be allowed to take positions either end of the table and Call City of Kingsport is. Emory the dog Choice. By the name of his under this test ownership of the disputed animal would go to the plaintiff if the dog responded to and to the defendant if he wagged his Way Down the table to the command Here defense counsel further re Quested a warming up period for his client since the dog had been out of his Possession for the past few months. The court refused to rely on this method of settling the Issue and awarded the dog to the plaintiff. Fleenor s claim to Jojo was established through identifying Marks and scars. J a few scattered White hairs in Jojo s coat and a scar on his right ear allegedly made during Pup Hood by a Rose Bush were offered As positive proof of identification by Fleenor. Defendant King claimed scar on Cricket s right earn could t have been made by a1 Rose Bush since he got the scratch from a playful cat while in his Possession. King said he and Cricket had 1952 were higher because of in creases in tax rates made by the 1951 general Assembly. The 1951 general Assembly increased cigarette taxes from three to five cents per pack. Cigarette tax collections to fatal stabbing of a woman patient in her private room. Sidney j. Gallardo this plan has saved the taxable employers of Tennessee More than millions in the eight years. The association comments that although nearly All state taxes have shown Large increases Over the Post War years it is refresh ing to note that it has been pos sible to effect Large savings in at least one Field of Hiss becomes eligible for parole today Washington up Alger Hiss became eligible for parole to Day after serving one third of his five year prison sentence for per Hansen s disease patients Are prohibited by Federal Law from Leav ask investigation of investigation by. Vice charges Hopkinsville by. Of a request to investigate the investigation of alleged vice conditions in Hopkinsville has been sent to the Justice department in Washington. The request was made in a letter yesterday to attorney Gen eral Mcgranery from Maucie Miller of Louisville representative of the american federation of state county and municipal employees. Mcgranery was unavailable at Washington last night for com ment on the request but a jus Tice department spokesman said we Don t go into local Miller said he told the Ney general a Federal grand jury at Paducah which assailed vice conditions and Law enforcement practices Here had been mis the grand jury said in its re port released oct. 28 that police Here had allowed vice to flourish by accepting bribes and payoffs. Slaying in Leper Colony brings up problem for . Carville la. We a 35-year old male victim of Hansen s Dis ease leprosy was sentenced yesterday to three years imprison ment for manslaughter in the i seven policemen including chief plea of guilty before u. S. District judge Herbert Christenberry. The hearing was held in an auditorium at the u. S. Public health service Hospital where both were patients. Gallardo and Candelaria Hernandez 38, were found in the James Greenfield were suspended by the City commission Pend entered a a hearing As an aftermath of the jury s report. The Union representative said these were among the questions he raised in his letter to Mcgranery Why were witnesses called be woman s private room aug. 30 my. Federal grand at a Ferine with Stab wounds. Ducal testify in regard to Al Fering with Stab wounds. Federal authorities did not Dis close any details of the slaying at the time. Gallardo s sentence poses a problem for Federal authorities. Jury. The former state department official who is now in Lewisburg ing the Hospital area. The institution is the Only hos pa., Federal prison already has Pital for treatment of leprosy in applied for a parole. His Case is i the United states pending before the Federal parole a Small jail cell is located on the Board Hospital grounds. It was built in chairman George g. Killinger i 1927 when a negro was sentenced who recently gave Hiss a hearing to 10 years imprisonment in the on his parole application in Lewis slaying of another patient. The Burg told a Hopes the reporter full five that he member legend state Law violations Why were no indictments re turned Why should an accusation of alleged violations be made pub Lic without indictments being re turned was the Date of making Public the report pre determined by political considerations in order to influence a hotly contested Campaign on a change in the form of City government for Hopkins Ville Kingsport times Friday nov. 21, 1952 .3 air Force chief on inspection Hoyt s. Vandenberg chief of the u. S. Air Force is shown after Hia recent arrival at Taipei Formosa As he inspects his Honor guard provided by the nationalist air Force. After a Brief con Ference with Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek he left for an inspection tour of Japan and Korea. Hernandez slaying was the second

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