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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - March 30, 1951, Kingsport, Tennessee Skies jlUMl.m Ill pm Msh la south p.m p.m in southeast i All Timoi KINGSPORT TIMES VoL No 65 Friday March 30 1951 12 Five Cents The Weather Partly cloudy ami cooler er tonight with lowest about 40 Saturday fair with est about high last night's low noon reading 48 Rainfall inch Record Rains Drench South Floods Damage Lowland feet the Great Two clays tremendous rains have sent swirling over thousands awes in the Deep and huee to farms homes Alabama was hit hardest Two Hi North I tie impact erf rivers Louisiana soaked liv West two names the and the Around livestock was drowned Far of rich by sent farmers counted among their losses the certain delay In spring planting In Alabama the and Coosa Rivers overleaped heir banks and fanned out National men were on dvity at where partly covered about 200 homes Be- 800 and persons wore Red Cross workers joined the Guardsmen in bedding the under cUy shelter the downpour In Alabama in hours wan more than toe normal for the month But in Alabama and else- where in the South the rains were mostly over- Ironically were clearing as flood threat inched toward its peak In the Filter Plant a total trow 3.63 Jeet 6.15 feet this Other parts of the counted also a wetting some with a mixture of rain and Bain most si the mid- dle and states the Great tatees as well as ft small section the northern Rockies and Plateau stakes Colder to the brought a ot rain Missouri and Most the snow melted as Et fell over Missouri a two- inch cover at A light blanket of snow also wus reported In eastern Iowa A heavy snow struck last night service to 500 Pair and the Texas In tto expected to rise four feel flood stage of 20 feet today Downstream at Montgomery Alabama's capital waited un- easily for the upstate overflow to send its torrents into the Alabama River A 49 Saturday was expected to sections of Montgomery Flood stage there 35 feet Al Ala an the Warrior most the business section was under water The rose 42 feet overnight Sfi Families splashed out of homes Among the refugees of this town of was Mayor B L The Warrior Beared a pre- erest 86 feet wily six short of the set mere than ago Several East stream today leaving m their a tot road's At feast by Hoods wcbes ol lain which Sett far the area a two-day Great were op- debris by streams of Highway 71 was v E I k TO H t a the Highway communication be- tween Northport it wille were cut and the Gulf Mobile and Railroad feegan a free shuttle service no fares to pay residents erf the tww crowded into passenger trains that sated them a detour of 35 miles by motor car In fertile ol Alabama were driven to earth mounds built shove the level of normal sprins only bo mired in the rise The Tennessee River was steadily The in the Tennessee ley was at VB 43 hours had inches Damage to in atone wus estimated a 000 At B i r in i n c h a in where about residents of Necro- suburb were marooned See S Kefauver Crime Hunting Senators 30 To Prepare Senate n-itwr gives ni to today ejc of o the A tu ho take te Easi here w choruses preset a e Term High School Assemble Here For Festival of will climax a two-day festival Bennett Behoofs Gymnasium The festival Friday morning with ve I The concert will accompany in the Saturday night concert which is open to the A smalt admission will be chatted The concert will at April 30 was approved tin the late yesterday i the resolution tert to operate as U has ia the and members saW BO tortfter jags of investigations are JB month instead after a hearings by persons the is going to catch its breath then toy oat Blons Her new laws af the ia what toe in the a- Still to be- Is tae best method The OT made at the maus ol and the American Big Guns Halt Counterdrive By Chinese Forces HOWE I dew home fry the are as ttec race Si Warana The were Fast Kingsport Man Escapes Prison Gang in Carolina Clyde Serving f Teem Feigns V p Two i Chaphin Charges Cowardice By GIs Bums Utilities Worker H I- By High-Voltage tine gave the credit lor public on the need for ever greater efforts to stamp out He said his has a are into steps to combat crime l en- i to en numbers class C will be ers Awake A Voice Is the Properest Way to and Slovak Manney Class B choruses will voted Hensley Injured sf aa autopsy Friday the Senate to cite Frank Sec Ker t cto choruses will Inc who Bound by in fair Keys of Heaven Valley by Class A numbers will Hospital Era of Williams THP was when he came in panted the with line onj Gravelly Road who lives at j Grafting cr Si burns ef his i anus U-p wf the saW workmen were in replacing luies with new thn to furnish power for Hon of a water pump by created utility a fcw failed to save the yesterday ol a clothing Riverside Calif to the death Hensley of a accident Tuesday night that injured man was from at head and lobar A made the autopsy Hensley died about Thursday at of Joto lier trad not teen injured was down five other counts faced Air Force Sgt Lawrence J Walker today as steps were talten him la his The Segm N J was arraigned on of BUr behind by a 7 when the saW he was blinded by approaching cars He was to the Hobton Valley where he to fertag from was said be in Herts his yesterday 5 died after skin from the Bryan said a full investigation j leg Of her father F would bo made of the accident hact grafted occurred The had not begun got Thursday too close to an open heater workmen r o re o v e v from the pole aiKt Middle the Feb L First Md Fire i M leader said Powers was breathing naturally and artificial respiration was not Crew members j first aid to his burns and then removed him toi Six Children Killed As Fire lues tee Smith Kingstown R SK in age from 12 early today in a which de- their home The bodies were recovered in lie ruins by firemen Young the victims mother was tafeen County burns i Police said she was too to j Leonard the who was at first believed to be a of the five was with another son in by Kingston laces Friday April set for preliminary saM she had retained attorney Sam Houston Alien to defend him The for advancement of had a representative at Two- tion lawyers are last with arid Walker I today Horse h Loaded re- Ham fawe is KeHy has a wear Ontario of 24 Wednesday and jwt them on a window ttt the The a dozes far no Rescued Girls Ready To Attempt Boat Race Again St Petersburg Ha of she crew who tost and had to be towed back oa their first try at from St burg to Havana already forward ta next year's race eight who sallied the from St Saturday ran about every short of heiiTtt a Const Guard boat in here hist They their male skipper tee of tbe schooner as per as they 111 be back rn the next race with the same outfit and said he canac ashore They are a great crew anil a swell bunch off have better only one doubtful about another jaunt orv the blonde to sail she Flares te West i Korean Sectors i Communists First lime tn Sbt Weeks Above Tokyo American big guns today stalled first nese Red in six the western Doughboys spotted the nese moving along a trail north of C S two motorists i m artillery the ArnoUli whose address In the same attack saw by iif Thwart i CUj Police and Patrolmen re- ported no sight Friday wounded so they could trl Clydie Arnold 21 ttr Japan who escaped from He Washington A Navy chaplain's assertion that some Army troops in Korea last year has prompted the Army to ask for a report from the Far Eastern command In a television interview in San Wednesday the chaplain Li Comdr Otto E Sporrer that elating thc retreat from the Changjin Reservoir 109 men of the to-be be N e r t h Carolina gang Regiment IP ft VJ L b II ly v I Thursday feigning illness and its toad and wounded behind up two motorists f te fleeing an- enemy attack ArnoUli whose by police as was serving a sentence on an arrived bery charge North Carolina records gave his address as net Drive Arnold was as hair blue eyes and fate police messages he was o-f the ment their wounds doe tors The chaplain a Roman Catholic acknowledged of a recent magazine article incompetence conduct among Army officers In Korea After its publication the Array's police Arnold was cuit here tinder band in July on st there is en- try ol his trial on the kidnaping charge The records further Indicated was convicted ot at K October IS and sentenced to 17 to 30 years in- North state prison He was being held at prison Camp Stewart C he escaped Thursday Omard Arai was in an Associated Press dispatch Thursday night as giving this account of the Pedestrian Hit On JC Highway Gote City b fty By BiH not through the tor of Are Bitter flared all day throughout the area The wor a- hill with a grenade attack that rocked Reds back on their heeis The fury of Communist at- tacks forced Allied troops to at points the front south of the Red Korean border The Reds moved 30.000 troops into the front vehicles rushed troops and supplies air spotters tallied largest of the jamming the Red Korean network There was sign the I their retreat ace BiH Vtt make a stand along elderly woman border identified as o-f Gate City Va about she was tn Friday when Arnold to be i by a car as camp because he was ill crossed Johnson City While on the way in a way near the county line he grabbed He tnade the his apart Meanwhile authorities sard Collins died at She suffered a skull fracture and See Escape American troops o-n the CSce Korea S Balanced Budget And Seen f ar Fap Men Trainmen Accept Arbitration Jose Ferrer Holliday All About Movie Awards day the voiced babe In day the Academy last night two- mature actresses Gloria Swansea Davis Jose Ferrer was civen the top male Oscar for his as the Cyrano de gerac the first time in Motion Picture Academy tory neither winner was ent Both Miss Holliday Ferrer are in New York Statuettes for the best porting roles ia were be- stowed on Josephine Hull the flittering sister in and George Sanders of AE Eva the best film ot 1959 other awards as well Its seph L the with two Oscars bis Icat last year- writing A Letter To Three Wives f It was a stunning victory for Miss In her important picture the shapely New Yorker ors away from performance oi in and Miss Davis in Eve Miss Holliday nearly missed playing role af Billie Dawn which she in the New York stage play tested many other tresses before her accepted the to her absence a another to spote his from a New York This means more to nie than the to an it a vote of and an act of- ana me III not let you Ferrer himself had party at nigM club both Miss son Miss Into sobs and only Fin beside myself with ment Miss in a play with Ferrer was a loser The I has to the ia the ol prices most who their rettes by the will pay Gordon L- saW last night state had set a carton as a price state tax goes effect clay ots said of I attorneys gave him a ruling that tbe of an tax can be to a to tts period price are pegged he declared Bat irw district ptice smokers to be alert in the early Of new tax I of the cigarettes he said and if they have the old tax don't pay more than the price been paying Nichols if retailers in- crease the price or cigarettes the tax stamps they stilt have so hand it would constitute a xxx under the general I Washington The balanced budget in three years and better biggest surplus in history in the bag for just three The woman was rushed to thc Holston gomi where she privately today treatment and was ad- Of ending 20 Attendants a surplus i-iv n revealed president pre- Rocket Ship Building The Air Force expects to put Into the air sometime year a new plane will fly faster higher than ridden aircraft In existence tk plane with wings swept sharply back to help it tore through the speeds far above that of been building for three years But only now it beginning to the flight test riod An Air Force spokesman bole a reporter today the is expected MV fly before the end of 1951 The like the X-l which exceeded the speed 761 miles an- hour at sea is purely a a experimental aircraft Too smaH to carry a and st it contains no ar- mament or other Both by Bell Corporation The for the X-l sailed tor a speed of miles an an altitude of Bat there ate reasons to it has flown that last nor that high Estimates a-f its top speed range around miles an hour the original rocket motors with a nitrogen sure system in the fuel supply unit However a new turbine lor lusting the motors device to give far more speed rate 08 to been completed since j dieted for this year in iuary i That indicates a or mare in the badger the short of i throe to procure I phenomenal turnabout see a of tax receipts far icr than expectations lighter than expected TABLES or tic bun Thc Perio ijpe o tor na h hours shown in duration LAKE
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