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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - June 13, 1955, Kingsport, Tennessee Deathless Days City County 203 218 Can you recognize accident producing KINGSPORT TIMES Vol XLI No 117 Kingsport Tenn Monday June 13 1955 10 Five Cents Russia Accepts MOSCOW June 13 Russia in notes to the Bij Three Western powers today accepted their proposal for a Big Four summit conference on July 18 in Geneva GM Workers Nail Guaranteed Wage Use DIM In Town Elections ay Catholic Group GIANT TANKS OF NORTH DAKOTA GRAIN ELEVATOR high tanks filled bushels of grain at Fargo N D snapped at the base and the structures collapsed about midnight Saturday Part of the grain is shown spilled over a torn railroad spur Local Civil Defense Takes Part In Operation Alert This Week A test alert will begin at IV Wednesday for Kingsport's Civil Defense workers as part of else Operations Alert 1955 Purpose of the role in President Officials Move Out Of Capital During Alert Test WASHINGTON June 13 President Eisenhower goes back to war on a simulated basis day to lead officials and employes in an unprecedented partial tion of the national capital With two hours warning at best or hydrogen weapons posedly will blast Washington and 48 other selected target cities in the nation along with six more in Alaska Hawaii Puerto Rico and the Canal Zone Eisenhower the Cabinet tary chiefs and other key leaders Trill scramble into cars planes and buses and head for secret retreats to start running the government on B war crisis basis Secretary of Defense Wilson will use a copter Then for three days the fully picked core of essential ple from 31 federal departments and agencies will Irom secret relocation sites spread out us far as 300 miles northwest west and southwest of Washington They will handle some of the normal routine of government But mainly they will take on the burden that would descend on them the first 30 days of a nuclear war Some of the evacuated live in hotels motels the second National CD Test the exercise will be to increase public awareness of the supporting roles of cities states and regions when no attack is made on such areas It is expected that Kingsport one of the mutual aid cities will be asked to test its program for ing refugees from a hypothetical atomic attack upon another area Other mutual aid area cities are Knoxville Chattanooga Nashville and Memphis Ridge is one of the five critical target areas in the Southeastern region and an at- tack there Wednesday would place Kingsport in emergency relief status for handling refugees and communications Fifty critical target cities of con- United States will receive surprise attacks with additional at- tacks on Alaska Puerto Rico waii and At the nation's capital more than 90 federal de- will evacuate along with President Eisenhower and White House personnel In Kingsport the test alert will sound at II Wednesday from two sirens one located on the roof of Homeland Furniture Store and one at Fire Station No 2 on rial Blvd There will also be a bile unit in another area A third siren to be installed at Westview school won't arrive in lime for this test alert At Civic Auditorium the system will be in lion for full 26 hours until 1 p.m Thursday as will other ating groups of the Kingsport unit Two men were bound to grand The city will be prepared to re- jury Monday in Sessions Court on charges of drunken driving and Cockfight Raided Near No Arrests Are Made CHATTANOOGA June 13 County officers raided a cockfight arena near Soddy yesterday but no arrests were made as about 50 men and women scattered after warning by Chief Deputy unidentified man H R Grant said Weber City's Mayor Council To Be Elected Town elections are on da of tomorrow's business at er City Gate City gannon in Scott County Va and at Appalachia Big Stone Gap St Paul Pound and Wise in Wise County Weber City is to hold its first election since it was last year Polls will be open in the west Virginia towns from a in to p.m Candidates for all the seats cant on the councils of St Paul and will have to be ten in as the ballots fail to present enough names for all the offices BUENOS AIRES Supporters of President Peron shouting Down with the clashed last night with Catholics chanting Long live Christ the king At least eight persons were in- jured by flying stones a dozen others roughed up and some 250 3-Year Contract follows Terms Of Government Af Ford Property Cited for St Paul has two candidates mayor and five candidates for six eat on the council has candidates for mayor and two for five council seats Town Sergeant H Darnell has announced he is withdrawing from that race and is a Democratic candidate for Scott County sheriff He is the only party candidate for a ty office His announcement leaves town sergeant's office with only one candidate Harley Vaughn The subject of mail ballots has come up in the town elections ready K W Meade of Pound declared his town held a legal election since it was incorporated in 1946 quoted the town registrar as estimating 40 mail ballot have He said this makes 13.3 per cent of the entire vote of approximately 300 voters said the ace windows with stones and burned a priest's car before police rushed into the city's central square and scattered the mob with tear gas and chemical foam j Later the grouped and started to march back to the cathedral but they dispersed by police and firemen After order had been restored newsmen entered the Episcopal Palace where more than persons had taken refuge The interior of the cathedral it- self was strewn with benches tables and desks which had been pushed the doors as riers Later authorities ordered the jailing of some 250 of refugee Catholics They were picked up in police cars and hauled off to central police headquarters turmoil raised tension to its highest pitch since the dispute broke out seven months the registrar failed to comply with law in properly listing the qualified ers of the town and said legal tion has been started to force a legal election in Pound He said there are people who vote by mail there who have never lived in the town It is reported to be customary at Appalachia for 25 percent of the voters to vote by mail ballot The registrar reported 137 applicant for mail ballots 600 voters Candidates for offices in the towns Gate E B Elliott Mack Wallace and Gerald Summers for council five to be Ford Hubble Hugh Shanks James Cassell H S ry Cossie Gillenwater E J Robi- R p Chapman w H Shorn E R Coley C T Meade and JB D Helms For Eugene out of less than By GLENN KNGLE DETROIT June 13 CIO United Auto Workers today nailed down at General Motors Corp the same Guaranteed wage plan it won By F GREEN Ford WASHINGTON June 13 Hoover Commission today Walter Reuther UAW president and the President to crack down on what it called firmly established the con- arrested The noting plunged wasteful use of the government's vast real estate i gentina into us menial unemployment benefit crisis in two years rn of a series of reports the commission said in the auto industry an im- Peron supporters surged against j government owns 472 million acres of land -one fourth ol the nation's beachhead from he controls to launch it imo other in- structures with space 1.250 times of New York City's The three-year agreement was State Building hammered out in a predawn Yet the government has no ment alter more than 37 hours of to-date inventory of its bargaining broken only by brief and exhibits little familiarity recesses a group of Catholics guarding the steps of Buenos Aires huge Cathedral Shots rang out but apparently no one was hit by bullets as the mob advanced on the adjoining palace The demonstrators smashed Three Local Men Glass Company Vice Presidents modern real property More than 40 o GM's 119 plants ment in their use the commission across the nation hit by sa as the negotiations As a result agencies frequently i dragged on hours after the union's buy new property when they could occupy ground or buildings already owned by the government said the commission headed by Blue Ridge Glass Corporation former President Herbert Hoover day announced The report asked President the recent Ford Motor Co contract midnight strike deadline The strikers were expected to return to their jobs quickly with little loss production The GM pact closely followed three local men as vice presidents and the of H L Ross as assistant secretary and to make a larger nearly every respect It calls of authority to the General ices Administration and to force controller compliance with orders of that The new vice presidents are S government w I d e housekeeping Benedict T W Glynn and J agency which it said are now IE Rigby Their positions wi go church elements were plotting to undermine his regime Church officials have denied the charge Congress was called into urgent company are respectively director vacations and holidays similar to those worked out at Ford In addition it grants the UAW a agency which it said are now j full union shop for the first time he sometimes ignored by the 27 meaning that GM's relatively few agencies j nonunion production workers must for improvements in pay pensions of industrial and public relations i The commission also asked director of mechanical and product gress to strengthen the Bureau now join the union to keep their the Budget as a agency The commission development and chief engineer All three were commended by the Blue Ridge board of directors for their valuable services in the development of the company Mr has been with the company since 1927 Mr Benedict and Mr j political fireworks jobs coordinating An additional GM es represented by the CIO Inter- sidestepped i national Union of Electrical some property management issues crs were iven the which when raised by the original ic under an commission stx years ago set off an hour after D Glynn since 1923 Mr Benedict special session today years e's expected Club past president former leaders were settlement was announced The Former mavor of recommended j electrical workers had threatened Dormer of that a single agency be given sole to join Ule in s a city responsibility for the of forest lands and grazing lands I to lash out at the church and voice support for their leader in the Senate where the Peronistas hold all the seats and chamber they the lower control all president of the Sullivan County TB Association and has served as a deacon of the First Presbyterian Church but a dozen of the 155 places himself scheduled a then as now divided between the Interior Department's Bureau of Land Management and Agriculture contract costing Department's Forest Service he GOO million dollars Today's report recommended Mr is a member of that Eisenhower create American American broadcast tonight to speak to the people women's summoned its members to a ing today to voice support for charges that procession of thousands of Catholics attempted Saturday to destroy the plaque on the front of the capital rating the president's late wife Eva Peron The running dispute came to w head Saturday night when church Ceramic Society the committee to study the federal Society of Civil rural ands and make followers held a Corpus j parade in Buenos Aires streets a member of the board directors of Country Club member of the Club pany member of St Paul's Church and former vestryman ol the church Also a member of the American Ceramic Society Mr Rigby is a former vice chairman of the ican Society of Mechanical He has been on the Salvation I Army board of directors and is nn of the First Presbyterian Church dations for their improved agement and that a uniform policy then be developed for all Episcopal i agencies involved 78 Race Victims In Mass Funeral Reuther called the GM ment an extremely significant over the three-year period er said it was worth better than 20 cents an hour per the Ford contract GM President officers seized four dead fighting cocks a tub of iced beer some corn liquor and a pair of scales used to weigh the contestants in the illegal sport 2 Men Bound Over On Whisky Charges ui whisky Jr set G refugees from a disaster area and carry out emergency re- hef action Kitchens schools and Judge S the bond will be refugees 1 assigned fed and treated as they nd Both were arrested by evacuate the stricken target area conjunction with Kingsport's Weather Report in the low 10s ol scattered showers TEMPERATURES The other man about 45 pleaded and groups who recently completed guilty to drunken driving but the Bureau of Mines First Aid cent to possessing whisky training course to see this movie 1 a m Koon 1 m a P m 3 in H p m i p m 6 p m m fl p m 65 63 64 63 61 59 1 m 5 a m B m 7 n m 8 a m 9 R m 10 m P 10 p m n m- 11 m Precipitation I tut 24 trace 1.13 Precipitation this vear 23.57 TODAY'S SKIES Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Tuesday New Moon p.m Sunday night Thc of of the Sim rill occur at New There will be iwo more this one of the Moon In November and another of the Sim In December be here mil Computed for Publishing Co Tenn by Bailey II Frank Vermont New Buying Probe Being Planned WASHINGTON staff Investigators went ahead with he spadework for new probes of procurement today as Sen McClellan called for of nest of- ers he said already has been found The Senate investigations sub- committee which McClellan heads completed four weeks of public hearings Saturday into military procurement activities centered around Harry Lev a Chicago maker who obtained lucrative contracts Lev swore he definitely never bribed anyone with as much as one broken though hearsay testimony had him of paying to Air Force Capt Raymond Wool Ke told of giving some Rifts but no money to other procurement A business competitor Leon M Levy of New York had told of and said he himself had out some money for gifts through a business associate McClellan referring to this and other testimony said If we find in one place it is our clear duty to investigate whether any other agency of the military Is contaminated Staff Investigators already arc- working on other areas of procure- McClellan said ed: Roy Tiller Barney C Meade Paul Godsey J L bon Ralph V McConnell J D Ford C T Jennings Joseph H Ely Frank M Parker Jr Hubert McDavid and Tom Whitley For T E Mullins incumbent Charlie I for council five to be ed Ray Stone and Herman E Vest For town recorder Venus for town sergeant Harley Vaughn For C Plenary incumbent Frankie despite a government ban The clergy incited burn the Argentine flag stone newspaper offices and public ings and attack several foreign embassies Saturday's incident and last night's demonstration confronted Argentina with its most serious situation since labor unrest ignited a series of strikes and disorders in April 1953 That crisis reached its climax in the killing of five central plaza while Peron was addressing a rally Commenting on the weekend violence newspapers Mr Ross who was re-elected as assistant secretary and controller LE MOMS France is a past president ol the East funeral wilt Chapter of the National fice Management Association morrow the Machine Accounting Society worst disaster in the history He is currently secretary and racing coming vice president of Thc toll rose He belongs to Broad Street of one oi odist Church and has been a when ber of the board of stewards Thief Takes At today with the persons injured French driver Pierre big silver hit ing the annual I race caromed across the Harlow H Curtice said it assured the vast GM empire of three more years of labor peace Curtice however was less than enthusiastic about the guaranteed wage plan won by the union He intimated that GM agreed to it only because Ford had first given in Curtice said the guaranteed wage plan was exceedingly com- plicated and will require some time to fully appraise but GM nevertheless had accepted it GM like Ford agreed to workers 60 to 65 per of regular pay in- eluding state unemployment com- benefits for a maximum of 26 weeks GM will contribute 5 cents an hour per worker ward a trust to finance the plan over the next three years Curtice said that GM while the guaranteed wage ur sports stl earnestly believes the responsibility for be held in Le Mans Gothic cathedral to for 78 persons killed l nnd plowed flaming into the crowd j lne amount and duration of 20 deep against the barrier unemployment benefits rests with Hospital officials said five or six tne legislatures of the various I of the injured were still in condition j One American was among A thief robbed the injured spectators He was Rov bannered such headlines as Building 120 W Ravine Hunton a U.S soldier stationed at son nnd Insult Must Be of about The government ordered a break-in Saturday on all outdoor religious ceremonies change scattered throughout the doctor reported to police currency in Army hospital in Orleans night but Most of the dead including desk and 2 children were to have been French Man Sought Assault Warrant Local law enforcement said Monday morning they were for a dress and processions country City Detective J M Broyles said though several bodies still had not In recent months the Peron was gained by forcing a been also was has pushed through He said he was those killed lation authorizing divorce intruders Despite he tragedy traditional tax exempt nn I several cash boxes left road race lor sports im escaped police properties and and i was carried to its conclusion cr n Per nour Catholic I Hawthorn and Ivor Saturday morning for council five to be also tional convention to take awa ed: Glenn T Osborne Agnes gan Sidney Rudder J W A C Elliott Wade H Beverly B Smith Elects three bers to a council wnich names the W R Young incumbent mayor Tip Lawson in- cumbent Stewart A Stidham Muncie M Jenkins est J Skinner Mary Ruth Dave Isaac and W S Clark Big Stone For 7 E Body Charles E Strong and ford Boston since for council six seats Charles D ers Earl S Kelly J P Wolfe Jr The Medical Arts Building of Britain winning in a The man's wife has out an dc was apparently broken into i Jaguar at a aml battery warrant and a the church's Ihc so fav average speed of warrant against him A me emu on s constitutional position I hc miles per hour warrant sworn out Saturday said Officials said halting the him with assault and would have cluttered roads Kingsport girl longest Infectious Sleep ln tnp rack with the quarter la rape will be withdrawn tne dispute j r of a million spectators at a Sessions Court Judge S Kano 30 ambulances and rescue Gilbreath Jr said Monday as the state religion In the past two days the began News photographers were TOKYO rested with able to send their pictures of tils weekend The only company with radiophoto peacefully refused to transmit I incumbents 0 S Barker O P Orr George A Cline C G nette W R Stone J C Tucker Jack Weiss Albert H Sa Bo Phillips w C E Paul B B S G Clifford Smith Robert J Roland W Rose John B name is on the ballot but lie has died For mayor Patrick erson incumbent Winton Boiling Clarence Wright K W Meade and Archie Short For council four to be elected V F Jackson Harry C Roberts K O Roberson nard V BoRgs D R Lawson SI For mayor Holland K Fletcher C E cell For council six to be Walter Jessee David E Stanton S W Johnson 0 Neil Hall arid J R Jones Jr For council five to be bag of loot already were having trouble ing today explained the site Tne man allegedly threatened o lustrations to About ol the his wife and took her in his car and other world centers You wouldn't have caught me remained quietly throughout beat her after she got off work its at the closed road a drive-in here at about in that house of Le Mans for the Saturday my burglary of the race Two Roman An officer said police who pictures Instead they sent took a little nan too I priests conducted an warned of the threat started the Communications Ministry up until it was bright day mass in the infield pursuit of the car The man prayers for it near his home ing a loaded 22 automatic rifle and ja bayonet m the car an The warrant which Judge says will be dropped was sworn out after he allegedly took the teenage girl in his auto alter she got out of a movie and intimacies which was closed over what did Kano do first thing- including end Fall asleep Idead HI House Prepares For Real Fight Over Power Issue elected and to select the WASHINGTON June Pulton Tenn long sought House is preparing for its first TVA real knockdown fight over the power issue this week with leaders on each by lions of dollars Rep W Sterling ing victory The question Cole Thc purpose is to kill the called the Fulton project un- by President socialism and said I to lill growing TVA needs believe Congress is ready to Boy is Sn Old Quarry up for j power from at West Wednesday and'Thursday is likely would up socialism Cole is a Memphis Ark of the be built by the Middle Atomic Energy C o m m 111 e e to be decided by a narrow The House Appropriations Com- voted lust week to reject a request for million dollars re- quested for a transmission line to Inc headed by KA- contract was JOHNSON CITY Tenn A bov was drowned 11001 when hc A Dixon and the collated by the Atomic Energy slipped from the rocky ledge of an Co headed by Eugene Yules Rep Cannon chairman Commission a means of ing some TVA power used by AEC abandoned quarry near Happy ley School two mates looked helplessly on power into the j predicted that plants j Drowned was Pat Hyder son ot Cannon said the widest latitude i Mr Mrs Hyder with bipartisan for debate will be allowed under I Carter County Deputy Sheriff ol the appropriations committee C C Wharton Dewey I Wheat Icy Taylor Mrs Huttie G Bates Virgil R James J Collins D ars Jr W A Thompson R fc I marked the money to start work ment he said they be open to voting the Tennessee Valley Authority the House will approve i rules setting aside all of lorn Instead the committee proposals without for arguments The measure Charles Stevens on a new TVA plant the government many day about accident Harrison and Constable recovered the 45 minutes after the
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