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   Kingsport News (Newspaper) - March 8, 1947, Kingsport, Tennessee                             KINGS PORT NEWS 1947 FUND VOL. V NO. 308 KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, MARCH 8 PAGES, 5 CENTS The Weather changing to light snow, ending Satur- day night. Virginia Cloudy and rather cold with rain or snow Saturday and Saturday night TRUMAN TRIP OFF; GREEK CRISIS FACED Lewis Says Goverment Using 'Blackjack' f] 1 UN Near Agreement Upon U. S. Pacific Islands Bid Only Australian Delay Move, Russian Amendment Balk Trusteeship For U. S. Lake Success, N. United Nations Security! Council Friday night neared general agreement on an American proposal to take over the Japanese-mandated1 islands in the Pacific under a UN "strategic area" trustee- ship, but put off a final decision when Australia asked for a committee to study the proposal. Only the Australian resolution and one Russian amend- ---------------------------------------------'j'-monl stood as barriers to .passage I of the far-reaching proposal which I would give the United States rights amounting to virtual annexa- tion of the vast chains of the Mar- ishalls, Carolines and Marianas. Paul Hasluck, Australian dele- gate, said he supported thc Ameri-! L'can plan, but insisted that othcrj i countries concerned in the Pacific iwar not on the Council should bei consulted. He mentioned specifical- ly New Zealand and India ancl; asked for a committee including representatives of all countries hav- ing "a direct interest in the future of thc islands." Australia and China are the only Pacific area members of the coun- cil. Warren Austin, U. S. delegate. Washington The first Re- who earlier had accepted two of publican move toward a Russia's three amendments, flatly budget cut brought a rec- opposed Australia's committee sug-j ommondcd reduction of on the grounds that all the: Hollywood bit player, in Treasury-Post Office funds countries had been noti-. Vvas said by Alvin J. Paris to   1 secret session with nine Congress- struction of the streets, S. T OlC men, including thc chairmen of Ihe Senate and House Foreign and Ap- propriations Committees to dis- cuss a British note asking Ameri- can nid in holding the Mcditcrran- Rights of way dington, city engineer, said Friday night. A street easement for a 50-foot- widc strip of land covering the en- tire length of- both routes wns Postpone Vote On Lilieiithal Ll.liii.iuiu ui i i vn >i> tinn of CI1C nincl illiCl One ul rent in the the absence of a concrote formula-; Housc committees on con-; to gild the economic lily in Amer-1 Lahore, LHJl It III IJI llvltln'f, ijjt ui Washington JP The Senate Can frontier, chiefly Greece, against granted to the city by Lola A. Den-, Atomje Energy Committc got all set Communist encroachment. rfrtrJ in fi HffiH rinfpfli.. _ _ tirl I approximately 31 per cent in the the absence of a concrote formula-, HOUSC committees on Treasury budget and loss limn 1 lion of thc problem by thc British ,-titutional ica." per cent in thc Post Office budget government." 'n-mnetins for 9 a.m. r.ext Tuesday.! Be imony British and while I restored order in brigade of> nis and husband in a deed dated for a votc of David lliuia cir n. wi 1C 1OAA filprl rp- ii Althoulh (D-, newsreels hummed and flash bulbs'after more than .AlUluugJi _, ,____ _____ T nnd arson in Secretary-General Trygvc Lie iron bars and other weapons. sembly. London hns announced its Favorable Belmeade Drive extends outside All nine were present j5Kjjneu.uu the maneuver. ninu the corporate limits taut curves tnc vote which had been pre- scribed as favoraoic m back almost to the corporate line. 1 dicted Thursday night by Chairman The Monday conference Thc proposed extension would con-jjjjQii in cnna- n; fnr thc Durnose 01 i George White Parole Denied bcr, "the Republicans will accompliah their objective of a takcn no forma] action. overall budget cut, for this bill alone accounts for more than one-third of the entire budget for next year." Gore called the tax refund re- duction "thc hidden ball shnm and a phony." Another Callx It 1'hnny Another Democratic committee snow member, Rep. Mahon of Texas, also called it "a phony" and said, "they; Ja" might lust ns well have cut it two j (See nlil O j g i ious ear v in trie ween. tuuiu Both houses went through hum-! tors if the government would cease drum sessions Friday before ad- (gec LEWIS, Page 7) 'y journing, thc Senate until a.m. Monday and the House until 7 p.m. Many New General Bills Many new general bills were San Diego, Calif. George'thrown into the hoppers and White, former producer of girl among several introduced by tne "Scandals" lost again Friday i administration was a bill to allow lorn from the county i the state to issue m bonds when his renewed, for armories and auxiliary m for parole was denied. mss for thc National Guard. One Killed In Plane's Crash N. Of Dayton Dayton. Tenn. IP One person Multan, Rawalpindi and Lahore in thc Punjab, current center of a. political and religious test of strength on India's road to inde- pendence. At Amritsat, famous for its golden temple sacred tn the Sikhs, at least 19 were killed nnd four market places burned crt after rioting and looting had raged since Wednesday. Many of the combat- Lamont Street would continue .past president Truman's plane this intersection in a north-wester-'here, ly line approximately parallel to the corporate line. Labor Leader Backs GanibiU's Candidacy Smith, secretary-treasurer of the Central Thursday nignt tn nlooper One, Sena-! Ss for thc purpose of reportmp to "ally had hitch- the congressmen the latest deve op- Tide from Waco, Tex., in ments and to oun.n. for Ihcm Jn to Labor Union yaid Friday ;wc Comc to a vote Monday." LVJIJ, anC3 WOre tiUUei iicimcto. vjjjiuu Will LW armories and auxiliary, build- j w-killed when Tn I AHMV TUUCK OV.RTURNB ants wore steel helmets. 50 get more specific terms than was pos- sible last week' what may be cn- "When the committee ended for tills country, two and a half hour closed The Presidents Hickenlooper told reporters that; hi, trip came unexpcctcdW. Upon SS ?H a- -n cancellation. sevmg a year for The l would Uie eov-Ubout 30 miles north of herl'n, aihad been picked up and US cases election tne guv _____ i Fridav .u_ Smith American Note Suppressed In Hungary Press Budapest A high Hunger-1 ian official declared Friday that thc Soviet commander in chief in Budapest had forbidden newspaper publication of the American note protesting Russian interference in Hungarian affairs. American sources said thc suppression would bo strongly challenged. The official, whose name could not be disclosed, Informed a rep- resentative of thc U. S. legation that thc manager of the official Hungarian News Agency had re- ceived "direct orders" from Soviet Lieut.-Gen. V. P. Sviridov "to sup- press the note." w c Robinson, a cor- the chattanooga next 'hit and connectionlernlng bodies of cities and Bounties with thc highway traffic deaths of, to issue up to Irespond a newly wed couple lost August 23, bonds anu woma i Times has served a little more than half, State Armories Commission to who went to the scene :a year. The County Parole Board cent whatever federal aid is avail- identification 1   anti SWcpt and must be kept clean. 'pation of thc arrival of American The Moskva Hotel where a great British and French foreign minis- white statue of Stalin looks down on (.ne entrance from the far end lot asking Sviridov ____ sponslbllity, and action takcn by the government." Say Britain Will Join nn wieivjlng up her home ror nonoreu; iiBwij'-ucuuiai.v.u ----_--- "Tt the Aviation Industry Build-i new uniforms for the first time init where the Foreign Ministers since the war. e> ___j t- 1 r-ir f Council (Diplomatic Informants in Lon- don said that Britain would join thc United States in the protest Moskva aealnst alleged attempts by the where most of the visitors will against a legcu nf nninters. scrub will meet, and and Metropole at the I Secretary of State George C. hotels, I Marshall of the United States is a Russians to help the Communists gain control of the Hungarian gov- HUNGARY, Page 7) live, hundreds of painters, scrub svomen and decorators worked long hours to get everything in shining order and keep it so. arsa now expected to arrive by plane Sunday after. a stopover in Berlin, American officials said. Marshall arrived -in Berlin from Paris Fri- day yci O UJ1 of Rhea County Sheriff Carl Kelly. The sheriff has not returned from the crash. The Times correspondent said thc crash was witnessed by Wesley Miller, a resident of the Big Sandy community about two miles away. Robinson said the body wore the uniform of a Navy pilot. He said the plane was almost totally de- stroyed and could not be identified. I The plane was flying along the lair route between Nashville and Knoxville. Markets At A Glance New York market hit its sharpest slump of the year Friday. Ticker tape trailed be- hind heavy selling which reached shares In the last hour alone. Leaders went down as much as 8 points. rails and U. S. Governments declined. grains cloned high- er. March wheat, H; corn, WH-V4; barley, BO to 75 cents lower; fed steers and yearlings, 20-23; cutter and canner cows, to vealers down; sheep, weak to 25 cents .lower., tPoultry Live 30-38; dressed, 25-42. jRotherwood Bridge Friday after- s- again. reached 27 and the injured list t75. businessman executive, ana part owner ut Station WAGC, is opposed .for mobile in front_of the truck .topped 'Station the death list had mayor by Hugh P. Wasson, retired .uddenly 0-7 fho ininrcri list M5. businessman. that Senator Tobey Comes Late, Has To Sit On Floor John L. Lewis, At His Hearing, Proves He's A Master Showman Seven Dead As Revolt Breaks Over Paraguay Asuncion, Paraguay Seven persons were killed Friday in wild gun battles in downtown Asuncion in what authorities snid was an attempt to start a revolution. The disorder began when an armed group of civilians seized po- lice headquarters. They were routed and arrested when government reinforcements appeared on thc scene. Bcffire thc abortive revolt was By ARTHUR EDSON For the miners' By Anrnuiv 'with T showman. And he has the kind of, boss is a master known senator who. name begins across Hi-mcedesk with members of the armed group. _j i The government dcrlared j -j-r (R-NH) had to sit on the floor, that can read a railroadjime! when lhc laughter died, was so crowded at the John L. table and oHI- Puade he can read a railroad time when lhc laughter died, Taft ex- dally tne make it sound sad, mean, plained that yoS lead mumsts UlC Lewis hearing Friday. funny, or even despicable. lyou_don't push ho of about 200 persons Tobey, who isn't a member of the i Senate Labor Committee, wandered I in anyway. jokes. j But he got there late, all Senator Taft (R.Qhio) said he] The talk turned 10 me seats were gone, and so he sat on: understood that Lewis, as complete 'Act Senator Ives (R-NY) said he soon noticed Tobey pushed miners around anyway thinks it should be amended so loaded "with gun. what made you 'KtSTK trouslrs like sa.d The room would Sat about 500: "Why, I've even heard. deprived employers of way jnto poUce comfortably. But 700 were .there, that you are pushing the A group of about 200 persons gathered about police .headquarters in midmorning and also surrounded the nearby government military school, mingling unnoticed in shop- The talk turned to the Wagner1 ping throngs. Trucks Drive To Square many of them standing most un- comfortably. It was so jammed people were standing behind the 12 marble pil- lars that line the sides. But it was worth it, friend, it was worth it. cans around, but of course Ives, "many vu tn j i- under cover of intense gujifirc. kill- cans around, out 01 course i wvum: ..c.., i ing a soldier and an officer of the not say anything about it until 11think it does. 'guard, had a chance to talk it'over with said Lewis, I lave: no assaiiants then burst into the vOU" objection to an amendment cc of Poiicc chief Rogello 'Approximately 699 people laughed I reads: 'Employers who think they B u demanding that he fur- here Just to end, the suspense, the are deprived of frw speech should REVOLT, Page 7) .w uuv. SUSpGHSG, fellow who didn't laugh was a well I read Section Eight.'"   

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