Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - June 19, 1958, Kingsport, Tennessee People Know WILL Hurt KINGSPORT TIMES Vol. No. 122 June 24 Pages Five Cents In City County Deaths Injuries 59 67 Caution Is Never dents Republicans Bow To Eisenhower's Decision On Adams By JACK with one of their WASHINGTON Bliss who said lional Republicans bowed today lather President Eisenhower's decision t- keep Sherman Adams on the job i In New Democratic But many GOP members made rational Chairman Paul M. Butler i plain they aren't happy about no doubt the Democrats Republican state chairmen a major political issue out over the question of dealings with top Some still insisted Bernard Goldfine of should get Others supported i As to Eisenhower's Eisenhower's backing Many Jon keeping Adams as his chief declined but could Butler 'The President's own Eisenhower agreed Tne made it E. makes him as morally responsible concession that he could sible for Republican who running for this improper conduct as Mr. i have a little more for the House and Senate to said Eisenhower has all Adams is but said he admired and avow Adams and still ride on Adams I'm going Adams has testified he his aide lor ability gifts and favors from a family and also two federal agencies complaints against and need Eisenhower coattails of a President most with the them would like to praise in Scn Everett Dirksen of Perhaps ithe assistant Republican said in a separate interview The consensus among the the only members ol Congress was president's But he said there here appeared to be that a for to is no connection and he had no Eisenhower hadn't changed the i bower's decision to keep Adams j campaigning this tent to win favored treatment for j situation much except for his desk were those not up for Sen. Ralph E. Flanders i re-election this is also endorsed the President's j other course than to leave the But Sen. Charles E. Potter cision m his hard for er said Unit with Adams j Among Republican state still in office the Republicans men calling for 1'ace critical political handicap tion or ouster were Richard H. in the 1958 iShaw of Daniel L. Sen. Frank A. Barrett of West William seeking said he had Cobb of North Carolina and believed that Adams ought to as of but view of the President's splendid record on integrity and Many Democrats held their obviously waiting until late in the But there was a rising honesty in I have no i chorus of Executive Cites Important Roles Oi Railroads By Leading shippers joined some ol the top railroad men a Wednesday night in a good will dinner thai the continuing importance of roads to American industry and well The event climaxed a tour of this by executives the Railroad and its principally the Atlantic i Line and Louisville and Tlie portion ot thei tour and the dinner wore arranged by the Chamber of ihe opportunity to plug their objective of tion to place railroads in better position to compete with other riers i 1 You believe in the private en- in in equality of President Thomas Rice told local industry that is all We arc not asking for President John E. need some way In mit railroads to continue operating as private The only alternative would be to the because we can't do without railroad system is the bone ol American transportation Rice vital in In A. L. M. chairman of the board ol all three and their five other cited Kingsport as a perfect ex- of what railroads have done lor interior At the turn ol the he fa id Kingsport was a sleepy lage with two two stores and two Then Kingsport got a All the expansion he has followed that Wiggins said the Clinchfield has been completely rebuilt since he became board nl nn ex- of many It ways has been of the amazing railroads in one that through tlie Bins instead of around Today it also is one of tlie most modern railroads in the he He described a central trol system at Erwin by which man throws the switches along entire route from Kentucky to About M lop were Most of them an inspection tour of leston fc Western and facilities Tuesday ing in They arrived ini Kingsport in time for a motor toup of the city before the dinner The louring party left the Clinchfield's southern What Do They SOVIETS AIM Picture Kingsport police have an unsolved Recently they have noticed scars in the shape of on the arms of certain These scars have been noticed on both boys and girls who have been picked up by the officers on various The teenagers admit the scars are cut with a razor They are mum as to the The picture above is the arm of a teenage There are three cut on her Others have had as many as some have and a just one It has been suggested that parents question their dren carefully if they notice such Law-abiding citizens are asked to contact if they know what the markings Several suggestions have been made as to the reason for the but police hope that none are They range from membership in a gang to users of Police want to know the real We think they should as soon as B M akes Fast Trip To Nashville To Testify Not Told Secrets Of Red Leader This Is the story of a and bled woman Mrs. Maria former wife of Hungarian Major Gen. 1'al liy the Communists this week witli former Premier for their roles as leaders of the resistance in the ian uprising 1936 against viet Mrs. 34. now lives with her three children in New where she hopes Io make a as a photographer of By told to Claire NEW YORK Wha makes a hero and a What turns a man with fierce lovi of country into a Tlie answers are Pal a secret he carried to hi Even who was his wit lor nine years and am 'the mothe of his three can guess the For I ciin see no good ins out of his It was a lei tragedy for a born leader t be executed at the ape of 41. But all is not hopeless for Hun I have always had hope fo I and I have hope now i Knowing my I tha j it will be impossible for the Con to oppress the Hungaria 1 people But what made Pal the man h What made after being a prisoner of war in i tally turn to join j the actively serve it as a i leader and then sign his own warrant by turning the I can only Would I have learned the an- swer on Christmas 1955? was a year after I divorced because Communism Russians Break Of With British CAN'T WAIT TO SEE LEGION BARBARA KAY and DA are having a jolly time trying a kiddie and EARL DOUGLAS carnival Photo By Led shares their Tlie twins are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Waggoner 1344 Pineola Ave. tSee Page 2.) Business Looking Ike Says WASHINGTON Eisenhower told Republican state are very clear indications business Hammerskjold Carries Hope Of Ending Fight oilier than I was in no condition talk to I was too upset over i the death of my mother to 011 j conditions are He also was reported to have By TOM MASTERSON Lebanon Secretary General Dag arrived in Beirut bringing a glimmer of hope that the state leaders at a might end Lebanon's rebellion cuss anything with Pal at that He never called me We I never met or exchanged terminal early Tenn. order to testify in the inv The visitors stopped at union trial of Judge t N ie ri- ri Clinchfield i said earlier he was too ill. was will never what was on the way Then they camel Nashville today to heed a State H. L. i mind that dav It or to Kingsport by motor meeting that he strongly be- in maintaining the nation's security and f Republican Chairman Meade talking to after the closed session at a international diplomat flew in at dawn from London and New His reputation in the Mid- dle East for mediating ticklish quarrels gave Lebanese some hope he might succeed where By WILLIAM c. SEXTON United LONDON broke If diplomatic negotiations for agreement with Britain iday in the first sign that new cold war may take the test for a target as well as Marshal The disclosure followed alive reports that the Soviet Communist Party central ee is now meeting in the n. It was believed to be drafting 11 over-all policy to defeat who would defy Moscow's all-out control of their the The new policy was expected to underscore the fate that might be expected by those tempted to low the path of executed an former Premier Imre whose death provoked heated reaction out the Kremlin policy appeared denly to be hardening against the satellites with the execution of Nagy and his Now the new chill was being turned on the West as Received Curt Note The British foreign office an- it had received a curt note from the Soviet Union doning efforts toward an Anglo- Soviet cultural agreement the pattern of the agreement signed with the United States several months It accused the which has charge of British overseas cultural of ing a The British negotiators had insisted that Russia stop jamming British The Soviet decision generally was considered by diplomats as XT firm sign that Russia is about observation team ordered by to pull back into a Stalinist the Security Council to watch out for any aid to the rebels from the neighboring United Arab Re- As Hammarskjold re- fused to comment to newsmen on his There was speculation he after conferring with the go on to Cairo to talk with President said the issue jers over Sherman Adams was ready are here to Some 50 unarmed observers Roan Regular board meetings held en Several out of town and financiers and representatives the Interstate Railroad from Big Stone also attended dinner in addition to bi urer of the Chattanooga Teamsters i thing I shall always My owu and one is i mentioned by either the President endured 41 days of 150-mile border with the in tu gs nnd A Tri Chamber oi Commerce I or tlie state flew here last night from j. after receiving to testify about i shootings and strikes in an rian province of the Tlie i u. opposition political factions government is shared by his family and close been calling for tne resignation to overthrow pro-Western that observation is not is Pal was an Adams the President's chief The telegram from Sen. T h o m a ing victim of his His in wake ot of are thoroughly fed up and It decided Tuesday to ask Mitchell of was a processor of relations with Boston looking for any solution that for a sizable body of him to come m seeing Bernard the i troops similar to the UN Alcorn said it was In answer Rebel leaders have promised a i gency Force which separates Pal to argue so skillfully on either nne of the 5tatejtruce while and Egyptian soldiers along in I their which earlier witnesses said side of an issue that he could sec j that talked A furious battle raged W. E. Gardner presided at the Clinchfield General By CHARLES MAKER C. S. Sanderson introduced the I LOS ANGELES Doctors first said he was of the Gardner in- I rode a mule all the way too ill to the other out-of-town out here from Tennessee for given to Schoolfield either as a merits of almost any i 0( indications of a business Beirut but contribution or a bribe il nave tnis training The Weather V. S. Bureau At ami Fair and with scattered partly nnH K low Weather Pace 7) TEMPERATURES national the proud voice on the Nice Special 0 in town together and it's time consider going I can't fly Jack that a re-examination iling now is able to immediately dis- that be swept maelstrom During the it possible for Pal into the forces finally beat back Work On Weekends Alcorn gave no further i rebels and restored an The state leaders are here at- quiet and to his eventual a three-day campaign i After a brief rest at his i commits his burglaries like LONDON E Pal was He was one of conducted by the GOP Hammarskjold talks Police said Niblock Their Norwegian Maj. Gen. Odd breaking into about 120 closed to President did President Galo 10 a.m. and 2 not say vti of Ecuador and former p.m. from Monday to as tin Something may have j coming to him name also figures In they indoctrinated him iu Com- a he would lake part in Ambassador to the U.K. never go out stealing on There were other that the West as well as Tito be targets of the new Soviet cold war These ed: East Germany to re- lease nine American soldiers whose helicopter accidentally inside Iron CuN tainin East Germany June 7. Soviet Premier Nikita chev put all the blame for a delay in summit talks on the West In his latest message to the western Big Three last The United Arab Republic seemed to be receiving indirect Russian encouragement in its saults ou the pro-western ment of The Lebanese revolt coincided with ident Gamal Abdel Nasser's re- turn from a Moscow Execution of the leaders of gary's revolution brought new and angry sions throughout the There were riots and protest marches in European condemnation by free nations and shock in Students in staged a two-hour torchlight the three leaders of the or rade through tral Sweden the capital of Wednesday the mule ho Ve she's Ule He I never That the mule home so Qf j mct and sale Well the mule market's not too active out Whalla you want for set a She state by directed on and assault Tlie latter case was aired never In 1946. our now 12. j was We were very 13C. living in an apartment in hundred Sure wish voni Ulp in lody who want's a lhe Senate Rackets taking walks in the Dulles Start New 11 m. 1? noon 1 11 m. 2 r m. 3 1) t P.m. 5 r R find good used mule with 2.300 miles 011 name She's 12. She's in fabulous imagine she would What's that your Paid Bob From last December in j spending most of our spare where court shortly after tilc Hc never told me why and I was never able Io find I divorced Pal in 1954. It was to national that 11 p.m. Precipitation TODAY'S SKIES repeatedly pleaded the Started the trip St. Patrick's Filth Amendment self Tt was my Bui it in just n joke at one thing led to mure for children's sake I anything I could nnt bear for I I VI By M. WASHINGTON One j complete subservience to you and talk and before up and on my me brought on more I knew it there I The U.S. Senate The divorce was a shock to prompted a state probe of possibly so much of one that it their I ing away from such a I Later Soviet propagandists and he them to hear the arguments and Secretary oi may be planning some He added that this incident i himself to wipe out this State Dulles have started a in foreign affairs alert the entire appraisal of U. S. i reject a summit to lack oi confidence that But Khrushchev's action in i counts of misconduct in of Quarter 24 PROMINENT In 10 re p m PLANETS in n rn n p.m. in All By B. Frank Clement made goodwill was throughout the Didn't balk Second Look much or don't to go back by I take which in ium some of faith In suited in the House of I think his lives charging Schoolfield with may have started was shut off from his arc compelled io feel in the They seek to determine or possibly Soviet trade with the current negotiations over such it- j Western industrial sues as a summit conference told an any real hope of producing Wednesday nc was unable to jayl His hope's for coming to led here and m me mg mis week various I words and actions of these Com- proposals put forth in the conference negotiations was abroad as virtually whether it would be worth agreements with the wrecking the convinced j to continue his long and have suffered Meanwhile the bul his children as Both men appear convinced j to continue nis long and have Meanwhile the as ths Then another thing Soviet Premier nous exchange of letters a Communist ideological He was put charge of a labor is following much tougher j Khrushchev in the of The Soviet high command with President Tito of to which but they are not sure i incidents as the execution ol taken in weeks a series of cut off promised credits LONDON at were He Premier Imre of bound to cost Russia good totaling about 285 million This laid them open to Western exhibition of Terence with some of the State Department experts j Never planned to looked at a painting and it is possible they ling for an answer admittedly .io He said by Absolutely My Queen Elizabeth boarding the opened his eyes fully to the have all the necessary and but it appears to be bothered by charges that their aid was given arc to Three right hours might say this as far 8s that aspect is I've had that the execution of who was premier ai two months aero Soviet withheld for not eco- al yacht Britannia for her of For they arc not sure time of the Hungarian showed to to Denmark last It was not difficult for him Io why Soviet ambassadors from in into diplomatic over- Such looked On the polished tu head of the United and other key 1956. showed the Soviets for a summit of Nagy tip io what U. S. the countries were called back to following of i This created a widespread consider to be a very Moscow this week for urgent about Khrushchev was Soviet beside was n tiny toffees in mouse waving a Danish in 1956.