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Kingsport News (Newspaper) - October 25, 1954, Kingsport, Tennessee The Weather mtb i KINGSPORT NEWS Deathless Gty 1.121 2 Vic i VOL 96 KINGSPORT TENS MONDAY OCTOBER 25 1951 Circle Alcohol to a 8 PAGES 5 CENTS s Mendes-France Cites Need For Pact Armed West BenSOn Sees Victory For GOP At Polls Aids Talks With Russia BY TWO M- n IM ami WIKKS h 1 n thr raMl ol their t a c: he nil nnd For On Issue Benson pi H publican ihc Mm or four mid many INS Ro- oday anci pick up KI Semite in he Pakistan Declares State Of Emergency Tile d ol 24 l ol nr HIP I bums Ah an- ir a in had On Giuliani lo a d Hf had 10 he of The Gen Avun khan Ill M A H Ispahan pointed m London All cul a lo and Irw to atp n ualher Hope For Peace Is Voiced On 9th Birthday Of UN Over The Coffee Cup i By Mrs W E.I By JOHN M i Oct H V Tin toi alining WiM a new n from which lo Male with on diplomatic said today Another BIK Four foreign minis- ers meeting on Gorman ition well us on HII Austrian I independence tnd related issues is considered likely there ore the new is H is Yesterday's widely hailed agreements at Pans still must have the approval of French the U S Semite and other parliaments But Western lenders Secretary o State Dulles are re to have agreed that they wani no conference the sums before unification has been secured To B into a in the next few weeks us Mos ow would only be the U lo m Russia's expected s moves 10 to siall and ny western European Un- in The declared he no ion of repudiate Ins bv Demot in s lion marie mji a of submitted by Neus Service He said he such shifts as may occur in farm mu could sull from things other than the so-called issue mistakes the have made on the tin in front Benson facetiously replied Plenty I don't propose ID them off before the election Requested lo forecast the coine of the election I look for the of a While 1 lu nut pu c H it lo me thai will up hire or mid as in he How w ill farmers I ex- that jear will pretty the ic much nl the South Republican in H been my travel w country Fiom the 1 have had with individual fanners 1 that they are with lie of this tration m as in other of In tu a future plans Uie faim vole po de- As of luie 1 at pleasure of the President This is a question which lie would have to decide Incidentally 1 think it is one which is unlikely to arise Asked why aimers should vote Republican Benson re- Mainly I believe will and voir lor the publican Parly this year he leconl of the has been most con- thai a Republican nun of dunlin luu lie Tins is no lime Iin paru in national KOUM Two atio the people voled over- lor a change They wanted an end to the war in rea They were fed up with sub- in were sick of the and influence who con- to the ei There's a new atmosphere in clean at- I people w ill keep n that way Reds Seek To Block Ratification Showdown Slated On Long Reaching IMans N V NATIONS lh New or were here on today n delegates American and inures joined m on a celebration call for a m Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt November will either be for American Assn or pu said but the which sponsored noi closed to an Dock Strike i Rail Wreck Self After said believed session of Dulles Soviet For- To Continue Strikers Say No To Union Request Hi relumed with one-woman show at n ml v c eased American aid Auditorium week through for all women of elRn Molotov For h h h ri him -n Iho the hope secretary Eden and French LONDON Oct 24 it'll side of it's fiee and HS war will ih Minister Arthur the eves There aie 16 oils France asam asked Britain's sinking J Dulles h due home to return lo work But the UN and lor Us growing rom thp of them members of manifold problems He went lo the charcoals general s horn last and con- Almost all of them are Injuring Sis Oct 24 I A farm lodny lay in critical condition al a pital hero a in liis and afier ran his sister with a tor yesterday Carl While driving the Kills One 19 Persons Hurt In New York Mishap I CROWN POINT N i Ocl 24 f A York Hani and s on on a line near here today killed one trainman and In- at leasi 19 other persons PAHIS Oct 24 Pre- mier e France un plan for adding t lo s told the In- is lo accords llu Dunn The the in weekly find and Germany are io one and and production their close Kit ion he said 1 He the Fi that West is their besi and thr second most im- portant provider of goods and lads mean he two tries each of he continued j we are io conclude accords i wuh Wesi Germany nf j duration such as will e for French milk products etc I H is also useful lo associations between and I German business and financial in- j with the aim ot making the of our respective re- i sources Increasing and making research to find markets elsewhere in the world said that since the of an agreement wuh Wesi German cellor Komad Adenauer on the Star's future that industrially Roosevelt except from Soviet Paris appeal tu an end dent fired a charce from None of the top delegates I- The reappraisal what is an unjustifiable stoppage a shotgun into his was present The ranking u- s- relations with Western involving any trade union shoulder of the country The Constituent Assembly which RUI you see when also has been performing day lo romp m S Of dav chores has roused on which The ranking Russian ope is now automatically the impatience of many Pakistanis npr has the of the was Soviet If the Western maintains sinke Is It has been unable to draft a and he four to goes throuch parliamentary basic for the m nf The wuh Chief Delegate approval U S policy will continue A Union leader the gave Saml John The in the Holy H c jr a UN to be based on building maximum ard Barren a mass meeting Pakistan and India Dav jn and his strength through in Europe Q m Park the The panels were etched by deputy in Toledo ranking H it does not go the commue to tie up figures m masking tape Americans were Sen Fulbright French Parliament kills off this bluest ports the window glass then and Ade M Johnson project as il killed the m u rt that When is re- Slate labor director Defense Community plan two 10 compulsory overtime the design on the pane members of the U S ago then Dulles countries are still members of the British commonwealth Mohammed own Moslem League which was Instrumental in winning Pakistan's Special Meet Of Cabinet Called Bv Ike bers The new prime minister had served as ambassador to ington and strong reliance was placed on his pro-American pathies and ability to negotiate for U S aid These hopes were home out when and Washingion FHA May Take Over Md Oct 24 f President Eisenhower called has dominated the process and of of U S policy will have to The if it naa oo 01 me io how u is done ducted bv Charles Munch and Iho be continued This con- tne will use York Society Schola either rearmament of the concession to Ram others joined in a without shall fight lo ol hls Cabinet winch included the or withdrawal ol b S m for m jsian Dmitri border positions thorn I and the American Spam and Italy Housing the firms ln otl n mutual military aid pact oday FHA will move More on Mohammed Ah s abbreviated lo the was announced thai Washington would step up Us aid to fiscal year n million dollars Of thr 105 millions will KO foi eco- nomic assistance compared during and riO millions would be earmarked for aid The economic that have under Mohammed have led lo boor and complications s in Kast Pakistan's slaued last Mav in which prisons weie killed hammed Ali blamed breaks on Communist conspiracy Ori Copland Hymn to the I 2 Uf S military aid can now flow nol do lt all uci t nvo A5 o 50 full volume without 5.000 mas Let them bring in their report from another speaker They on the raris t i onp The Delaware and Hudson on a German peace road dispatcher's office ru is an example of the aid that man killed and the blocks Moscow is expected U live hospitalized all were throw in front of the Allied plan ployes of the railroad lt came few aller The dead man was identified foreign ministers of 15 Westein tamely by the railroad as Charles nations signed protocols to three Basnie of Whitehall a treaties that if and when ratified man on the by national parliaments are collision occurred about 1 Io nne up West Germany as n p.m between Crown Point and Port and in defense Hemy on Lake Champlain against Communist The iger irain was The le will 113 cars was headed ale reported bv north from Whitehall al the foot for any such of Lake Champlain to on the Canadian border i 1 Russia must agree m advance The Delaware and Hudson the holding of free supervised ported that engine of elections for an train tipped over government ments ssed in Hyde Park rds bore in the flags of France and Congress voted to continue the strike member nations ma splash provided that aid would have to T almosi certain the this week i take control of 0 Ule be suspended for those European would have to do Mountains here While eral hal countries which did not ratify James C netted then sponsors of hope and a calling out Hoops to ld lhc J Horn heads 3 Senate ratification of the 300 ships in cl's aureuint-iiis reached one car was derailed 2 mus acl jn In this at the conclude a of in announcing mis ai me engine and IS cars were the railroad said week-end I here These sources said FHA will My the world continued to a headquarters Atlantic Treaty which will make estimated worth 336 mil to up purported West Germany the 15th member dollars are being held up proms on President and two lhat pact ami give the NATO com- eels and apply the money loward score Governors proclaimed a in Europe new powers to the s insured Dav but in Ulah and California control German forces should be on property governors declined to follow sun readily not only a diplomatic lory but a historic step toward that unity so necessary for Man Treated Here For Wound Ike Praises Is Dial And Mild d Missouri's Prison Peaceful As Armed State Troopers Stand By lor occupied The Allies down these con- ditions in notes to Moscow last The Kremlin appeared to have made a move at to meet conditions But American Wiley 1 French foreign ministers of the freedom of Va was treated at Holston satisfied the Europe Valley Community Hospital early is no more than a also announced morning for a gunshot attempt to defer or de- will par Dulles an of the right arm He pans agreement The various would nne rim K the sprawling A ry in n month the n lives ii v p MC bu WASHINGTON Oct 24 T- Eisenhower tonight com- a tribute to Thomas A son with a wish to American people for cny Halloween The President snid he would like io Halloween their cells except lor regular vacation Officials could not say wuh one of times when actually encourage o he to do things as they I hope he said you and your a and all CUT a prayer nc The kind ri JEFFERSON CITY Mo Oct u heavily armed periods however why the women may stood bv nui nf of Eidson said he could only hope have wanted to fire Mrs Carroll's he comic's in- for continued lust home males al 5 kid could off a new The riot the men's prison in the ronin si art eel in one of dining halls and A stood by a when to H N warden's office ou of a one of the i but flat doc in weie nn needed the warden against 500 and 600 normal in New Temperatures I- mrn in Jhe hall sparked The convicts immediately bepan plates and food on the all was reported finer and prisoners in of hall look up the cry tossed ihr prison where several their food hu made no hours after tempt to leave the hall Ralph N said the he was put down in the The men in the first hall spilled meai wen off rot a ripple men's prison prison a j nf a The HIT hr added Thr located on ihn nf 3 seemed more relaxed than in a hill about haif a mile from the ball field between the two main men's prison was the scene of an cell blocks It was there Today's dinner included o burn H dormitory guards fired at the men wounding ham potatoes and There was no trouble there nine of them none seriously creamed gravy corn hot buns day officials Two The inmate was cookies and coffee The convicts Ties were advanced as to the Coffee 27 who had served about received ham sandwiches to Mble cause of the not of women three years of a term for lake back to their ceils for an One was that the fire there burglary and larceny Warden routine was as a sympathy son said Coffey was by a on Saturdays Sundays and demonstration for the men Some shot at the top of the stairs women convicts and in a cell block w Return of and newspaper in the prison He said Coffee and other iU and m The other theory was that the victs and the recreation yard depends on woman wanted to break out of other furniture down the at J the convicts altitude Eidson the dormitory and fire to the the guards and that Coffee re- Until cet back to normal of the supervisor Mrs refused to heed a com- he explained the meR will be who is away to get back lo your cells which wr Bu hower tribute by him i released later at National Airport in Washington He told officers he was shot by noon when the person near cnd occupation and re- returns from Paris via Bermuda I Church near Bristol arm thc Wcst i safeguards within a Western European Union and Thc North Atlantic Treaty Ition Twelve German would boater Allied lines ihc Elbe I Bin are si ill vocal of German rearmament ui Thc German on he Kaar for Or atul border slain s already can in World War II troops in in wriT Mie line bv men who later Used lainis ti buth by hr uni- A m c n d jr r r i P p: In Cie the from nne they entered n nf heir -n cope 011 no b n kind Jenner Hie in said nf tha parf mav nr God madr by the the key section of thr on the of Jenner Says U S Soldier Taught Red Line In Army WASHINGTON Ocl 24 and the like said today The A ril Th in a r k were nf 1 of till faith has made and Security branch CoJ thr Sanr accord of taken at public of Aim July abou for TV and in before the nf World War 11 milter of Jenner thr subcommittee Hr lipht said the is not now a the to which every member and lias sine OT was heavily Jan 1 1941 bu fhat hr refuse loaded pro-Soviet In answer any and staffed in many instance prior to men wuh Communist records time His statement continued n D C The orientation of T at a JuU and E was supposed to a moral hearing that durinc the time builder for new recruits and for the he was in the Army he was sick and and Communist participated in n in hospitals and rest Communist saw So what did it of tho of that Pacific Mir war he a found was bv can citizen and so regarded Soviet us an by superiors I discuss with his Western propaganda the am opposed to questions concerning the Information Bulletin he said ot an Austrian state treaty FUM To Dalo To io of wa- played paper Dimanche with If the treaties yesterday in Paris were be a threat would bane over France The Kremlin said yesterday a four-power ministers con- next should Western as writ as It also said he Vienna to
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