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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 22, 1955, Kingsport, TennesseeGop candidate in by. Blasts Chandler s plans Hopkinsville by. Denney brought Hii Campaign for governor Here today after telling two audiences at Owensboro that state Revenue change planned by his democratic opponent a. B. Chandler will destroy Kentucky Chandler plans. According to to Penney to reduce the Federal in come tax exemption now allowed taxpayers on their income tax returns. This will not be a tax in itself Denney said it speeches before the rotary club and 100 workers attending a Owensboro Republican and congressional District organization meeting but will add to the tax Burden of present taxpayers and increase by thousands the number of Kentucky s taxpayers. This will destroy Kentucky in Denney said. Outside Industry would not come to Ken Tucky that which is Here will Denney said he did not favor a sales tax or a new tax of any kind adding that i will do every thing within my Power to run the fit ate within the existing tax Struc Ture. I think i can do the candidate said three of teenager is fined for threatening to dynamite Home Lebanon. By. It year old boy who threatened to Dyna mite the Home o Marlon county school superintendent Hugh c. Spalding was fined Iso on a breach of peace charge in police court wednesday. Chester Ray Gribbins. Former Bradfordsville High school student entered a plea of guilty to the charge. He was placed under a 1.000 peace Bond for a year. Lebanon police said Orl bins admitted he telephoned spol Disir Early monday morning and told the school official you better get out of town or i m going to throw dynamite in your he was arrested a Short time later after officers traced the Call. The officers quoted him is saying he also knew something about the recent triple dynamite no of the Yard of Alvin c. Glasscock a member of the county education Board. Gribbins denied to state police who were investigating the Dyna mining that he knew anything about it. Slate police said wednes Day they still Are investigating the Classcock dynamite nos and have a prime Gribbins who now works in Louisville was a ninth Grade student at Bradfordsville High in 1953-54, the last year it was operated be fore being closed by the county Board. Bradfordsville parents refused to Send their children to another school after the High school there was closed. This year the parents Are paying tuition so their children can attend school in Lincoln county. Two court suits also have been filed at a result of the school closing. Chandler s Campaign Leary Clifford Smith and Bob Hensley. All received hundreds of thousands of dollars in state fees since they first were Given by Chandler Dur ing his term As governor in 1935-39. Denney spoke Here today before the Hopkinsville kiwanis club. To night he will speak lit an Adair county Young Republican club Barbecue in Columbia. 61 testifies about Bayes talks in Camp ban Francisco Cpl. Thomas Bayes once told British and american prisoners of War in North Korea you Are fighting on the wrong Wayne cunning Ham of Elwood City pa., testified yesterday. Bayes from Flat lick. Ky., is trial before a court martial on of collaboration with the reds while he was a prisoner. Washington ii. S. Tax1 Cunningham a 2pyear-old judge Morton p. Fishe has Var site of Pittsburgh student and upheld the government s Conten i also a pow in Korea in 1951. Wastion that a Hamilton one of three former who Tesini Tenn. Man owes Over in lied against Bayes. Back taxes and penalties. He said he remembered Little of h. C. Hines of St. Elmo near Tom wording of Bayes speech bin Chimitt Anoon. Grossly understate vent the one sentence had remained in de his liquor business income for mind. And 1943, the judge held yes former sol. Charles m. Petrie Ter Day in what must be deemed i. Of los Angeles testified that to have been motivated by in the same speech Bayes intent to evade the assembled prisoners they the court will determine later to would be and adj the specific amount owed by Hines. Vised them to Settle Down to according to judge Fisher s peaceful coexistence with your opinion Hines operated a number City issued 30 building permits during August thirty City building permits were issued in August for Worth of new construction in King sport City building official s. K. Jones reported. Seven business buildings accounted for Worth of the total. Twelve permits were issued for new residences totalling six for residential remodelling projects one for a business building remodelling project and four for accessory buildings m.100. Jones also reported 35 electric. Five fuel Oil 13 Naturi Gas and 21 plumbing permits issued in August. Feel totalled Progress reported on efforts to get mental clinic Here the Kingsport mental health association has reported Progress in the exploration of possibilities of establishing a mental health clinic Here. Or. E. Gibson Davis announced the appointment of a committee with r. N. Brough As chairman to look into the work in Kings port mayor seeks help in keeping liquor out of Knoxville Nashville Leo rfcs stale finance and taxation de Dempster of Knoxville came he added today seeking state help in Stop. Mayor Ben West of Nashville Ping the flow of liquor into legally i and mayor p. B. Of Lintl of Chat dry Knox county. Jutt Sooga agreed to attend the Cou dumpster. Moving swiftly with the governor Demp tuesday s referendum reaffirmed ser said. The county s 48 year prohibition both West and Olga at have stand said he would discuss the informed me they will do what matter with nov. Flunk Clemen Torver they Cun to stamp out the Smooot acclaim against tennessean upheld by judge state funds Are now available for the establishment of such a clinic in communities that Are Able to match on a fifty per cent basis. Or. Davis announced the recent donation of by the Kings port real estate Board toward the establishment of such a clinic. Further mention was made of recent legislation providing for mentally ill patients to receive treatment in state hospitals on a voluntary basis. Plans were made to get More information before the Public about current Legisla and provisions for care of Tion people needing psychiatric treat ment. The association is now publish ing x quarterly newsletter cover ing developments in the Field of mental health. This is available Ito All members. Membership is now open to interested individuals for a and other state officials. Lillianl flow of liquor from their the mayor said he would ask to Dempster con that the state revoke licenses of United. Most of it comes from liquor dealers who sell to county bootleggers. This inform we estimate that about one Mil Matton should be available to i he i lion dollars Worth of liquor is sold monthly in Knoxville and Knox lie said. Meanwhile leaders of the United dry forces at Knoxville luvs called for a mass meeting oct. 2 to Chart a course of moral improvements. The meeting was decided on yes. Ter Day at a rally of dry forces at tended by some 200 persons including Dempster and police chief Joe Kimsey and chief Deputy sheriff Lonnie Taylor. Knox count lans voted Down a Legal liquor proposal by 7.000 votes in the referendum. Thursday. September 22, 1955 rep. Baker to seek third term in 56 Knoxville rep. Howard in scr says he will seek reelection next year to i third term in con Gress from Tennessee s second District. Baker a Republican Dis closed his plans yesterday after spin King to the Knox county re publican women s club. Timm to times news classified ads get results Mchorris selected to recreation Post Louisville by. com run Graves of Atlanta has Baan named chairman of the Southeastern Park and recreation workshop. He was elected yesterday the workshop being held Here in g4q Junction with the american Institute of Park executives Confer ence directors chosen included w. C. Mchorris Kingsport Tenn. Five and dime store founder Kress Dies chinese of retail and wholesale liquor establishments 1942-43. In Chattanooga in flue cured tobacco brings High prices Raleigh n. C. Hoped today for Al continuation of this week s Price trend which has seen new season highs on flue cured tobacco markets of two Carolinas belts. The Federal state Market news reported pounds of tobacco was sold tuesday on that its losses in carrying out farm the Eastern North Carolina support programs reached a for season High average of s54.91 record High of s799.0c1.464 Dir Iii per 100 pounds. The fiscal year ending last june 30. A new High for the season of this figure compared with was paid monday for for the previous fiscal your t i pounds sold on the North which was the highest up to that Lina Middle Belt. Lime. Eastern markets bouncing Back tie losses were incurred Princl the opinion noted there was no appearance in Hines behalf at the trial and no evidence was introduced in his behalf. Farm support Cost hits All time High Washington the afr i Rulure department reported today new York iffy Samuel h. Kress. 92, founder and chairman of the Board of s. H. Kress co., nationwide five and dime Chain store died today Al his Home Ati 1020 fifth ave. Kress first entered the retail mercantile business in Nanticoke pa., after a period of school teach ing. Later he went into the whole Sale stationery business in walk is Barre a. Finn this beginning emerged the Kress Chain which included More than 250 stores at the Lime of his death. Kress was president of the Sam Uel h. Kress foundation a trustee or the metropolitan museum of Art. Of the National gallery of Art and of the Georgia warm Springs foundation. He was a Bachelor. His brother. Rush vice chairman of the store Chain survives. Kress a descendant of american after being idled by Hurricane Lone i Pally Fiou giving Ustiy. Or Selling Revol monary muck Stii blushed his Hil an average s2.15 Hanve the Lor less than Cost farm products first five am climb store in Mem previous High of last in any. Vol. Acquired under Price support Pur plus. Tenn. In lk9ti. In the four Lime of sales also continued heavy chafes. There were losses also on Vears he opened 12 stores in the tin he Middle Holt onh p of the h. i St wished fairly heavy on the Border North i support programs. I his Headquarters in new York City. Carolina and South Carolina Belt. By. Counties to get polio next week Louisville. By. Enmities probably will begin re Sci Vine approximately 115.000 doses of polio vaccine next week. The vaccine must be Given free charge. The last shipment of be vac Cine being bought with shoo.637 in Federal funds arrived Here yester Day from Eli Lilly co., Indianapolis. Children one to nine years of be and pregnant women will be Siven priority on the vaccine under Federal regulations which ban any charge. The vaccine already received is of about doses for the state. The amount each county will re j Reive will be based on the number of children in the one to nine Aue i group in each county. Or. U. Pentti Kokko. Director of local for the state health department said. I county health departments and doctors have be up their nun methods of artist Rizii Ion to private and indigent i i 1 Mcco Oisin Tif Magit flavor Mccormick Tea buy if today roman Cleanser bleach disinfectant stain remover Deodorizer for Unzens thermos jugs White woo Owoc sinks Kim aerators Wash Sowis lunch boxes toilet 80wis 8reac boxes the of 1919 2748 East Center Street everyday Low prices a specials 12-bottle Carton coca cola Hawk s Choice fryers u. A no. 1 red delicious apples 50-lb. Bag u. S. No. 1 smooth Cobbler potatoes jewel a 3-lb. Carton giant size tide Tony-1-lb. Size dog food 10-lb. Bag sugar big value pork sausage pet or Carnation milk tall cans tall cans for shop in air conditioned Comfort every Day except sunday to . Page Valley peaches yellow free Stone packed in heavy syrup slate special blend Coffee Coffee prices Are up but slate prices Are Down you save we lose get the Rabbit habit Bunny bread White Rose bag Hillcrest cheese 2-lb. Box White Rose Plain flour 25-lb. Bag Foremost ice Cream All flavors Gal. 59 Mello made Peanut butter 20-oz. Jar Sunnyland Oleo Golden quarters salad dressing it. Jar Rich creamy smooth

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