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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 12, 1946, Kingsport, Tennessee Mine Owners Go Into Huddle On Government Lost Sunday Qtet Corresponding Sundoy Year Ago art WEATHER FORECAST and dry moderate today said cool Saturday rather coot Kingsport Thursday September 1946 Pages Five Cents Wednesdays tew 30 noon IS To Resume Parley Friday Truman Aide Steps Proposal To Union Washington Mate veut fists a today f a a to the toe returning soft coal to aie to have an to Ben wal mines ad- at 2 tiwi Wednesday bx and policy try to yet together os a contract embodying to the mines alt a Secretary of i A May 29 Parents Group At Board Meeting ing serving tain area to a of 35 arrived- at Court House to afternoon to attend a meeting of the of on the to sowe offer of they will the He United gfS did tte to that a The faf in to fere to f bi higbet lower wafts oa SO also definition of which of those who at ift year ago the To El AR The Way V through and North Stone vitte Ky cuts at ceremonies With iwz Halt 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said Three an the had ten a drying into and had a new off were to have to 45 weak stated was about 36 per cent af the said The worst gart af it he that the is Firemen ia iuff threats thae spread to nearby ing and across street Keep Af City Dump Eire The Sit at city dump hss freea Monday Chief said A clese is Kept tec if the fire wiH show the department's has to the The fire in of 3 month to the a complete transcript of ease now owt of the bawls and to of Pr Ross saidi Smith After -a board LB Adw W of the Commission was Secretary Labor attended the in i op to ial tbe Ross As the waterfront to shatter Ross told two M tto aaff fight tt oat with alf other aod ami as he Those are Ross that af tte executive of wage to federal before Threat To All Labor Says AFL Of Ruling By of aa a threat entile labor of thj United States tile decision on in pst tat its earlier wage to tbC'bittei- they mit plans la secure support of entire U S and tw aid us regain the fa the bas -us lit -te WSB the strike 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