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   Kingsport News (Newspaper) - October 7, 1942, Kingsport, Tennessee                             YOU WILL FIND DAILY ASSOCIATED PRESS WlREPHOTOS AND THE WORLDWIDE NEWS OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS, WIDE WORLD NEWS, NEA, NEWSPAPER ALLIANCE, AND CHICAGO TRIBUNE-NEW YORK NEWS FEATURES. NO OTHER NEWSPAPER HAS ALL THESE NEWS SERVICES. Weather warraer- KINGSPORT NEWS "The Paper With The Pictures' VOL. I. NO. 81. KINGSPORT, TENN., WED., OCT. 7, 1942 10 PAGES. 5 CENTS Slocks Stock stocks de- pressed. shares sold. rails hold spot- light on bond market. JAP DRIVE EXPEC Lauds Nazi Tanks Fail far Work To Drive Wedge Of Labor CIO Hold Meetings In U. S. And In Canada In Russian Line Reds Still Hold In Stalingrad, Gain Above City fP The American Nazi tanks House Favors Paying Wise Nan For Sons' Solons Gel Biggest Tax Bill In U. S. Senate Gets Off To Running Start On Record Measure j Senate got off to a running start Tuesday on ;the nation's biggest tax bill by 'adopting all non-controversial 'amendments offered by the finance Washington The House committee and the stiff individual which he described Russian" announced" earYy. Passed Tuesday a bill (S-S17) to income tax rates voted by the uV.fr.did. Wednesday on the fourty-fourth' pay Monroe Short, Wise County, House' Ubor Secretary Perkins and L. day of siege_ for thg of his Working at a pace which kept Walline. The Russian relief counter-offen-; Kjt vit ,the reading clerk panting for added above staiingrad meanwhile Kermlt and I breath, the Senators flipped made further progress, the mid-i Tne youths were killed June through the 577-page measure in "xsBsaire from President Roose- njgnt communique said, five hun- by a bolt of lightning con-; slightly more than four hours but -it asked Federation President dred Germans were killed, and'ducted into their home by Tele- several important matters were re- Kan Green to express to the threc nine twQ mortar.phone wjres installed by the for future consideration. corniai batteries and 13 machine-gun nests (-.nnsorvatmn I Sharply increased individual in- o y srier the effo ..e> na.e aone I come tax rates were tentatively ap- as one Rea army. unit ..advanced somewhat" in that! e ouse aso Passe uesay for the committee present ir .sector. ,a bill (HR 6907) to pay Mrs. P. R. cd no amendments and accepted! -T1 a relayed Another detachment of Russian j Yager, Stanley, Va., for in- the schedules voted by the I STALINGRAD HOLDS AS SOVIET PINCERS THREATEN NAZIS STALINGRAD RUSSIA SOVBET ROSTOV KOTELNOVKOSKI The Japanese troop reinforcements on Gu? canal Island in the Solomons, spite valiant American aerial o ASTRAKHAN BELAYA GLINA TIKHORETSKv KRASNODAR and a heavy cruiser on the night PROKHUDNENSKMB Enemy Gels More Help In Solomons Warships Land Soldiers Despite Attacks By U. S. villian Conservation Corps. The House also passed Tuesday Stalingrad Still Holds as Reds Strike Nazi Flanks john Lewis urged his guards was reported officially tojjurics suffered 4, 1941, wheniHousc- Those however, will As tfle of tattered and blazing Stalingrad still press back the rcinjorced Nazi invaders in ine Workers of America have broken into the outskirts of rar nins ,.trllrb hv national be subject to possible change later. silibborn house-to-house lighting, Russian forces below and above Ih struckby natlonal V-i'W" Mine Ul JVJllL-llcel nave OrUKCIl JlllU LUC UUVOTMILO fl to iri'.ke Greater place, demolishing teniner car Sonator Lafollette (Prog.. Wis.) w'jis the war effort, then blocks of houses and wiping out 150 Park service truck in Shenandoah was rep0rted to be preparing an National Park. sat over to them an officers' Germans. outlining the union's stand Field dispatches said Volga river. rar.pinc from poll taxes 'gunboats covered this advance dtmar.ds. from anti-union which Is increasingly threatening. Ijpiatlon to the Pt. Lawrence sea-: the extended Nazi flank from the; r.r river to Stalingrad on the1 safeg and nrr.id the cheer Volga." I Hi 'Jsfi American and Canadian: i i to the union's 37th con-; Brief Advance d! convention, the UMW that the Inter- brief Nazi wedSe in Red and locals had; s'tions occurred at noon in a fac-, leiffl'fced nearly to theory settlement in rte. Baumgardner's Suit Will Not Be Dismissed CIMif.lvu JJt-ti; .j tut, j ft. nan: through hnnrt edge, of ihe Rafter city-ff-Chancello ,iven nearly nf the dav n rnurrer filed in chancery court at. on higher incomns, instead of the iBlountville, which asked the five per cent on all incomes LCIl ueSLluyc i, Ui. T n Hir f Vi o nrtmmittnn individual income surtax schedule more gently graduated than that voted by the House. The combined normal and surtax rate en the est bracket incomes would be 191 per cent, under the House plan. Consideration.of the five per cent' victory tax on all incomes over S624 a year was postponed at tha request of Senator Downey (D., Calif.) who' said he would offer an amendment.: He proposed that incomes up to' a year "be exe'mpt and that: the rate be five per cent on incomes i up to a year and ten per cent, city stab the German jlanks in a sharp counter oliensive, indicated, by arrows above, designed to trap Germans lighting within the city. To the southwest, the Russians are battling German mountain troops which are attempting fighters which went up to the defenders and reach. Tuapse on the Black Sea coast, by arrow at lower left. -against the big enemy force, The cruiser was damaged by a: least one dive-bomb hit and two torpedo hits. Moreover, the air raid was repelled without a bomb being dropped and r. of an estimated 30 Japanese fighters were two by anti-aircraft fire and nine by a little band of seven navy Nazi Firing Squads Seek To Halt Revolt In Norway sen to the services, infnntry Sales Hit tro every effort to prevent a of the 12 tanks had ,been the report said the communique said. 'Baumgardner of Bristol, contesting1 Consideration of corporate taxi Jr. "fair :ax Till" would be! despite heavy aerial R KBand ,s election in August; rates was delayed at the request of, artillery support the Germans had .as county judge Qf Sullivan Lafollette (Prog.. i missal of a suit filed by J. D.! proposed by the committee. "effective op- lobby: made no substantial progress in The court set the hearing of has prepared (in amendment to p.'-c.-cr.tation to rnore than 24 nours- 'case on October 26 at Blountville. increase' the total normal and sur-: of :hcir viewpoint by: One Red army the i 2g tQ pcr cent jn of he chargld, through jt' !is rep-rt nlso nn'lemned poll legislation and; ing the day, and 1 Ldrt ijthe 40 pcr cent recommended by ur. his attorney, Lyle Burrow, that "in the committee. election officials in these precincts jeration of the taxation of future fjcjais said that in nil southeastern'rebellion which appeared to be ville, Va., Holston Ordnance Works, G j MarArthur's Headquar fraudulently, corruptly and illegally I issues of state and local securities areas ;n which actual federal con-! spreading in the Scandinavian emplove succumbed Tuesday to ia-'.-r- Allies' co- failcd to count the votes as cast." be postponed at least until of rents has not yet been in-j countries, radio reports from Nor- when he was !ordinate'd land "and air offensive several of the civil districts and' Senator McNary (R.. the ,'itu voting precincts of the county leader, asked that consid- se.v.vay project: enemy planes were downed with :i-c union had a rifli> machine-gun fire. Jfece June 1- and Tht> Russians acknowledged a member- withdrawal from one populated from to Sl'.nn a month place in the Mozdok area hild up a r'-erve fund that-mid-Caucasus after a savage fight tiie hi'.n interests of in which the place changed hands nrictir.hprs'rip'1 four times. In another sector of the declnred front the defenders knocked costs di's'ironor-'ollt four tanks, ten machine puns, in mir.in- communities and two trucks, and killed about ud the p. received by Germans, the bulletin related. mrkor? in the industry did Along the Black Sea coast south- Enforcement Oi Rent Ceiling Has Not Started Rebellion Said To Be Spreading In Coastal Area firing squads! executed 10 in Trondheim and vicinity Tuesday night as German authorities enforced martial law i along the Norwegian coast in an Atlanta OPA of-i effort to stamp out a spirit of Worker Killed, Another Hurt, In HOW Accident Only two American planes were [lost, one in repelling the air raid 'ar.d one in dive-bombing the cruis- er. and the crews of both were Nonetheless, it was apparent that the Japs had succeeded in getting i reinforcements of men. and prob- ably of supplies, ashore to strength- ,cn the units which have held tena- jciously to their numerous positions Jin the rugged interior of the con- tested island. I This could only mean that the 'Japanese are trying desperately to accumulate a strong force to re- :capture the aii-ficld sinre there is no other objective for them on the island. The American defense area occupies a of the north i shore of the inland and. so far as can be judged from reports issued here, the rest of the wild terrain is a sort of no-man's land. H.ram V. Christian, 56, Stickly-; Blackout Held Without Alarm stitutcd, the OPA recommended j way said. -juries T-jnanese in Xev [ceilings on rents are in effect on! The took place less! traPPed a tunr'el cave-n at Ifuinea conthiues hi full course'and jMarch 1, 1942. 24 hours after the Germans! ordnance plant construction site without major opposition, the This was the ceiling recom- i mended by Price Administrator I Leon Henderson in Monday's the sea, and just a few hours! designating additional defense rent- after Nazi Commissioner Josef 'al areas embracing every section I boven arrived in Trondheim to had proclaimed a state of emergen- Tuesday morning. He was pro- southwest Pacific command an- cy in a 400-mile strip of dead on arrival at thejnounccd FDR To Make Radio Address of the nation which had r.ot been I personal charge energetic meas-i Levy Barnett, 20, Ta-zewell. Tenn., j through the Owen Stanley Moun- President, previously placed in an area. ures to suppress sabotage. who was also injured in the acci-: tains, the communique said, pick- eiiyer a shortj purtherm0re, regional officials! The 10 persons executed, it was dent, was reported in "fair" condi- ing: up still more territory in their i-ommunuy Australian jungle troops pressed from scant four miles from the narrow pass leading Washington sP wage I'l Kingsport Civilian Defense offi- parc u-K-es on war cast of Novorossisk, however. commenting on to deli were held from 9 to radio a explained; -fri, the'" ceiling rec-1 reported" here, were accused of "en- i Uon late Tuesday night by hospital unimpeded advance toward ___----------1. :''-40' exprc.seo. me peiiec UIAL a, nence, aiscussmg a mirnoer ot suo ommcnded for each of 47 deavorir.g to sabotage food pro-' authorities. Barnett was admitted the enemy's main positions on New ii-c, ovotorv, I" specific areas in southeastern states ducing factories." to the hospital with a fractured-Guinea. but made this the federal government The executions follmvcd wholesale left wrist, fractured left, forearm, Allied bombers, at the same time, many improvements to be made. The air warden corps functioned like professionals, defense chiefs said, despite the fact that many were new wardens and had not m.nM ra fca-.lr-. forces. Two hundred more enemy good many kinks had been ironed Heels on which the White House has ior th, rnnvertion "o nsk were loft on the battlcficld- -e bs.vr rTf he increased from to Worker Hurt .T. O. C. Whit- strreis department em- severe head and Warm Weather Is Promised Tiics a fall participated in the previous test blackout in June. The weatherman concocted j Biggest disappointment of the lucsday isi a fall The. weatherman rone orrcii .Dig uianijpuiiiuiiciii. ui n.o nf 'the Market Tuesday to compensate for the jblackout was the failure of the li-.e pavement 30. blue. Monday which preceded it. j alert and all-clear signals to be but might his recent trip, Mr. Roosevelt said.iMurfreesboro, and Nashville, Tenn. but he thought the reporters had! gotten all the out of that. j The President added that his; ,........_, secretary Stephen Early had drawn Or mavbfl he did some long range jheard clearly. The system of two. up a list of 40 or SO subjects which Judge James D. MEDITATIONS By Alley planning and placed the two days minute side by pach for the sake of con- plants, trastinc effect. At any rate Tuesday sailed in sound the beginning and end of the blackout tests until the official air- iture ot tne lortncommg aiuni, uu.iuucu U elicited little information. It Kingsport. Columbia, Coppcrhill- The men who faced the firing gaged digging the tunnel when the ,VV est hen eenNew Guinea and ight include a paragraph about McCaysvillc. Dyersburg, Knoxyille, squads were described in Nor- cave-in occurred, and were caught in .ne uuccn n-as.. inaies. Malcolm Shull Heads Kiwanians Judge Dies wegian quarters in London as being beneath falling timbers, patriots of Trondheim, Roeros and Funeral services for Christian j rkanger. Among them were ajwill be held Thursday at p.m.: [bank director, an editor, two the family residence in Stickly- yers. a civil engineer and a building! vjue The Rev. Marion Hall will of-1 ;ficiate, nnd burial will be in Miles contractor. blasts from industrial various individuals had asked the'Senter, prominent Tennessee The police chief announced by' cemetery, near Stickly ville. previously arranged to President to discuss in a public was buried here Tuesday at funeral! radio that the property of the men Survivors include Christian's adih-ess. From these a half dozen, or.services attended by ba perhaps a dozen topics would be i and court officials from DOfsl' UPPE OCEA.M DEM Bid GWINE HAVE. A'TUR'BLE 51 FLOOD SPRING! the. wings of a balmy hreeze raid siren system can be obtained, selected, he said. No date has been'of the state. The presiding _. eiecu and rave out the charms of !failed to function, civilian defense i fixed for the speech, he told the re- of the Tennessee Court of Appeals and implied hostile action had been Uan; two Mattie Fan- Tenn porters, but it will be made in a; died Sunday night following a short directed aga.nst German armed non Thclma Christian. All are servil autumn at her moderately officers said. mild atmosphere with a faint Four test fires, two traffic inci- tang of all-spice. The thermom- dents and one broken fireplug were etor remained pretty steady, with j reported to the control center by 71 and 44 as the two extremes. wardens on their neighborhood pa- Wednesday is expected to see a jtrols. continuation of this note of mod- j The highlight of the blackout eration, with rising temperatures 'test, however, was the fire and predicted for both Tennessee and subsequent evacuation of a large week or 10 days. ;forces. Virginia. number of citizens from the 1000 i blocks on Catawba and Wateree Streets. A real fire, set for atmos- phere, blazed away at Tennessee jand Catawba Streets, and when; 30. a preacher at the Sand Hill 'it became "impossible to Church of God, was fined and one representative from each house j costs by County Judge F. M. in the two blocks was evacuated! Meadows Tuesday when he was 'to designated points, put on buses: Los AngelesWP-Screen Actress, the area by emergency convrcted of handling snakes ma nne Shirley has filed suit for, Harlan Preacher Fined On Charges Of Handling Snakes In Public Place Malcolm Shull, Elizabethton, Tenn., attorney, was elected president of essce district Kiwanians at the __..ce clubs' annual convention 'of Stickly ville. Two brothers, Lloyd here Tuesday, i Christian of Sticklyville and Amos Tennessee lieutenant governors Christian of Stonega. Va., and two named included M. K. Strate of sisters, Mrs. Nancy Thomlinson of .Morristown, William Parks of Big Stone Gap. Va.. and Mrs. Sarah'Cleveland and Everett Bedd of Quails of Stonega, also survive. i Good Morning Anne Shirley Says Wrong Legs Filmed Harlan, V. Shoupe, Anne Shirley against Charles R. Rogers i transportation services and sent _Uo the evacuation center at the Productions, alleging another worn an's legs were substituted for hersjF.rst Baptist Church 'in a scene from "The Powers Men, women and children alike Anne who plaves the part of a i were checked in at the church, hosiery model in the picture, claims identified, tagged, and given nour- thc substitution was made after ishment, as would be the procedure showing her lifting her skirt andiin the event of a real air-raid, then changing to a second scene i There were no accidents reported which displayed only the legs. -during the blackout period. public place in violation of state law. Shoupe offered no defense and the judge immediately suspended the fine on condition of good be- havior. Judge Meadows stated that the court had "no desire to impose itself or change anyone's but since the law pro- hibiting handling of sr.akes in religious had been upheld i Several jibed at the officers who by the court of appeals, he was j had arrested Khoupe and de- obliged to penalize Shoupe. stroyed four snakes, crying that A large'group of members of the officers feared the snakes the sect, both men and women, j because they lacked faith, who had jammed the courtroom Meanwhile, thi; grand jury was began singing and shouting when in session considering the case of they heard the verdict. As the three men charged with first de- court was cleared, they moved outside the courthouse and con- gree murder as the result of the death of James Couch, 30. from tinued their celebration for two I snake bite received in services at hours. The gathering developed into a "testimonial meeting" in which members told of their experiences in handling snakes without being harmed because.they had faith. the Little Pine Mountain Church of God on Laurel Branch. The three accused are George Hens- ley of Harlan and Bradley Shell, and W.'B. Creech of Pine Moun- tain. Columbia. Markets Ai A Glance A Little Chuckle To Start the Day ,in. regular and dressed poultry fin- Hagerstown, Md. WTien pasjcr Butter firm and eggs the fire horn atop the Western iunchanged. livestock decline. control act blamed for little trading in grains. poultry closed lr- Prize Winnei Enterprise fire hall was named "Ferdinand the Bull" there were some doubts whether the designa- tion would be appropriate. i Ruth The matter was settled when a ,Maizie, two-year-old Jersey owned truck load of bulls passed the and exhibited by Will Austin Don-. fire hall while Ferdinand was bel- took the'grand'championship lowing. The bulls bellowed right ,0f the Tennessee Dairy Show here back. 'Tuesday. Your Greece To Cook The Axis Goose (This Slogan Won for Evelyn Hurt, 833 Forest Street, Kingsport. The Kings- port News Pays for Each Slogan Pub- lished. Mail Yours NOW   

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