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Kingsport News (Newspaper) - June 21, 1954, Kingsport, Tennessee The Weather ,loud> >uuu, and KINGSPORT NEWS VOl.. 3U1 Deathless Day! City County 997 0 KINGSPORT, TKNN MONDAY, JUNE 21, Phone Clrrli. it "---------------------Pu" over ar-d stop for rnone Circle 8-8121 g rAGES 5 CENTS gency vehides ,05t con.ro, of the vehicle. DepntTsK "t'h-e wreckage. Smith Is Fourth Sullivan Traffic Victim Of Year Showdown Battle Looms In Hours In Guatemal UN Demands Halt Of War ATTACK AND SEA Elbert Barker Smith. 54. 609 Branch St.. was fatally injured about a.m. Sunday when his car struck a telephone pole or. Lynn Garden Drive about a mile north of Oak Hill Cemetery. He died on arrival at Holston Valley Community Hospital Tennessee Highway Patrol of- ficers reported the man ap- parently lost control of the car Officers said the victim was alone at the time of the mishap. Smith had been an employe of Tennessee Eastman Company for 26 years and was foreman at the, plant railroad. I This was the first traffic fa-' tality reported in Sullivan; County since April 4. when two- i year-old Anthony Wade Murph! Jr., was killed on Carter Road off the Reservior Road when' by a car. This was the fourth traffic fatality reported in the county since the first of the year Police Continue To Quiz Suspeets In Ala. Slaying Wife Charged In Shooting Of Male Man i GATE CITY-James Roach, 34, remained in serious condition at Holston Valley Community m-i_ me iu3b ui LUC year
nded h 4 H'' a stinging rebuke to Delta in i ended ast Tliursday. he left for S K Tsaraokin frnm Vlelnam- U. S. Henry caS1 Tlle plan 's M G T.1-....... Lodf firmly warned Cambodia sia to "stav out. nf to be one hour prior to services. Pallbearers will be Robert Eid- According the gun away fron, her i off-limits to thousands of GI's "here he was going. whoSv to CM e sheriff said Roach nearby Camp Gordon. u Mundt the end of the sia to "stav out of Thp w t 'pcared to be arrested earlier Saturday have been guarding the hcarlnRs left McCarthy free toj Hemisphere western ing Vietminl warrant for bridge from Columbus, Ga.. toiresllme lnvcsliSations and hear- fore an an le was released at about fi Phenix City to enforce nr. IMBS the Senate pprmnnnm O brouirhi. nrrip a am-; on a warrant for "non-support "i rge from Columbus Ga to lett-Dobson Funeral Home until but he was released at about City to enforce this or- one hour rior to sv jder. to Roach he then The Russell County sheriff lie LJlcll I in, Avuoocij Vyiiuilly onCrlll Emory Han. A. D. home to get his belongings said he "wouldn't mind some COX. Ben fill Sr n.-oc 1_ 1_____.L "_ t___ >wint the Senate Permanent investigating subcommittee He said the ban which the commit- tee voted on new probes by Mc- i-a'ey.weni nome 10 get. nis belongings sam ne "wouldn't mind some on i J. Ben Sullivan Sr., Rob-land was prepared to leave from the FBI Mathews Cartl'y expire, ert Ketron. Huston Bowers, Kyle I the shooting occurred. said he understands Gov McCarthy had Cartl'y expired at the end of the VJ1-; ......0-" uij IJiiU don Persons had "talked to! pped from tlle chair- somebody to see if the feds could !lrmnslyP fnr '-he duration of the come in and help us.' He added: j special iieari subcommittee member, said inj j. LOX, tsen bunivan Sr., Rob-land was prepared to li ert Ketron. Huston Bowers, Kyle khe shooting occurred Taylor and Lon Boyd. City policemen reported nine minor collisions in the city lim- its since early Saturday morn- ing, with only one person re- oiianow waicr "If thev rnnld TM Riv "Pl-AIIine '2' ciale help ia" "il "'conceiv- wnf h drowned in Walt's Bar Lake I us. but I don't know of any fed- ttlllt the subcommittee suffered m a ?wo Whi'e With lhat's bCC" new on Fairview Avc Sunday even- 3 -hot down in a Ing. She wa.s released later. Officers reported the other collision as occurring on Broad St.. East Center St.. Broad St and DritefSroad' and Center St.: W. Ravine Road y' and Clinch field Road: West Cen- ter St. and Clay St. Officers estimated the damage to the 13 vehicles at a total of Young Girl Drowns In Shallow Water The four, all girls, were re-i Phenix City back alley Friday; DcndiriB Against members of "its ported playing in shallow watertight, almost within earshot and slopped into a deep pool. I the honky-tonk gambling par-! Jackson told newsmen Ihe Authorities said Carl Presswood, I lora which he had vowed to involving sl.aft'members Sweetwater. witnessed the acci- clean up. "rn" Scores MOUNTAIN STATES LEAGUE Kingsport 4, Harlan 1. Oak Ridge 15, LcxinRton 8. Middlcsboro 6-9, Morristown Pulaski 9, Blitcfield 3. Wylheville 15, Johnson City i. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn Chicago 4-3. with re- Lois ap- at withdraw- :i invasion forces be- armistii'e commission brought order to the .states That would give the impression the rebel forces were composed chiefly of native elements. Then, if no agreement were reached in Vietnam, Ho Chi- Minh's forces would again move into the two neighboring Asso- ciated States. Meanwhile. Chinese Premier ot Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hall. The lone gunman emptied his ipi-stol at him as Patterson left his law office and approac his car in a darkened alley. Hot Weather Kx pee led Here .More hot weather is force-as! for Kinnsport todny as Ihc Truman Reported Better After Emergency Surgery KANSAS CITY Sunday morning am weatherman forecast" a hiuhTf walked into returned to his room at 3 the hpari'ti-Vs 88-96 doRiC'-. Thr- low expected Hospital Saturday a'" nilt Graliam said !hi toniplil. is 60 rirnrcc... nicht and a few hours later operatio" took only a The liiuh rrcnrdcd in Kinrs t tie more than an hour. midnight registered 65 decrees'H- i i anxiously TucMiMv's forecast i for conX- pllj'slcian- Dr' Scry room wide" T thc rem lv scattered thund in i forn'CT until dawn. in condltlon cxcel.en( church. "con be handled separate and apart'1 from over-all findings in the McCarthy-Army probe. Roy M. Conn arid Francis p. Carr. chief counsel and di- rector respectively of the regu- lar subcommittee, were named along with McCarthy in Army! charges of pressure to obtain- special favors for Pvt. G. David j Schinc. a former subcommittee' consultant. Carr and Hensel were dis-' missed as principals by a 4-3 party-line votr. with the Re- publicans in the majority, after a discussion of means to shorten Cincinnati 4-15, Philadelphia 3-fi. York 1, St. Louis 6. AMERICAN Cleveland 3-fl, Boston 1-2. Washington 7-7, Baltimore 1-2 New York 16-3, Chicago 6-7 Bird Kills Snake Over The Coffee Cup By BILL FREEHOFF L. T. Kesterson is entitled for the credit for today's Cup of Coffee. Lou came into the office late Saturday afternoon with this action shot you see here. He was out on a regular photo assign- ment for the Kingsport News when the fight between a Blue Jay and a snake caught his at- tention. Like a good camera- man he got the picture. The fight took place on the corner of Oak Street and Cataw- ,_, n-iiuci ba. The snake was a erepn n-ir and Foreign Minister Chou En- den variety The Blue Jav ac La, reportedly tried to get west- cording to Lou was he argre ern ln He m jnto the a Government Takes Over All Autos No Field Action Has Been Fought In Past Three Days TEGUCIGALPA. Honduras Jacob Arbenz Guz- man of Guatemala was reported readying a "taxlcab army" Sun- day night for a counterblow and perhaps a showdown battle against the anti-Communist In- vaders of his country. Lenders of the "liberation army" who said their men consisted entirely of Guatemal- ans, declared their three-prong- ed invasion was well advanced toward the Pan-American High- way near the Salvadorean bor- der. But Associated Press Corres- pondent Jack Rutledge in Gua- temala said the government had ordered all private automobiles commandeered, and had put guards over all gasoline stations to prevent sales to private own- ers. He said the cars were biting mobolized to move troops, and that a decisive phase In the battle for Guatemala might be reached in 40 hours. He quoted Guatemalan army officers as saying no field ac- tion had been fought in the three-day old revolution against the Red-backed regime, but that action could not be delayed much longer. President Arbenz was reported to be in personal charge of de- fense strategy, and it was spec- ulated that he might have in mind an emulation of the fa- mous "taxicab army" which France rushed up to the Marne in World War I to turn back the Germans from Paris. The U. S. Embassy in Guate- ama also was reported con- cerned by a rising "anti-Ameri- can" campaign in the capital. It was reported making plans to evacuate the Americans In Guatemala. The embassy de- scribed the situation as "very, very serious." A spokesman at the "Libera- tion Army" headquarters here of Col. Carlos Castillo Armas, leader of the Guatemalan re- sistance movement, said the in- vaders were moving toward Ju- tiapa, a town of some 45 miles south of Guatemala City and 20 miles north of the El Salvador border. The rebels also were pointed toward Asuncion Mita a town of 3.000, 13 miles northeast of Jutiapa. The spokesman said rebel ern delegates to set a date for resumption of eray pec Geneva Conference at the for-; The snake e no e snake t ami the i literally pecker to deafh 1M: l CUCl planes were dropping arms in western Guatemala where up- risings against the government have been reported. He said small-scale uprisings had oc- cured at Tutonicapan, which has a population of Retalhu- tried n a of 'but he never made it safety lively agreed the j-----, ouiw, and the Jay which is farther north and close to the Mexican border. Resistance headquarters claim- ed Guatemalan soldiers "are deserting to our side" but gave no estimate of the number. Col. Rodolfo Mendoxa. former Gua- temalan air force chief now aiding the invaders, broadcast Guard Killed, Women Held Hostage As Prisoners Fail In Kansas Jail Break LANSING. Ka.s r. 1111 u f, i.t n HUM w rvuiuu HL U1C a croup of Sunriav visitors slarl of tllc attempted break in The bahv the prison miirtvrn-H 111L was, w.oopcd up and The headquarters here said the towns of Asquipulas, Jocotan arid Quezautepeque also had fallen to invasion forces and announced that a special Mass of "thanksgiving" would be cel- ebrated at Asquipulas there to- morrow. All three are in the agricultural districts of Chlqui- mula near the Honduran bordor UNS> Six Warden Charles A. mov-ri in "awkins The wounded woman was To Mccl Suiulay ROGERSVILLE Thc annual of the Hawkins old- the afternoon. Temperatures Sunday. a 7 J. rr. s-; nich !.n wounded during thc p. Thc after a squad of suard.. moved tho prison vard hospital after a few hours s She brouehl a summer stock show in Penn- D" ririp -rlvania. j Rov- "onaia R. Fauble None of the Members of the assistcd by Dr- R-was Mr. Truman didn't want "all familv only werr Anderson and !he Rev sf.v, commotion" hospital visit Mr Truman P Lir.k. Bnrla] u-ili be hold" eia.! at.tnuiant.s said he refused an the "''nr" shattcrrci nca'rb -offer of a chair to take former prmcien! was Ibl i A" him to his room. a (his J -f rontri- pri.one were injurci richochctir.g i.juui aiiu. ne men ordered hk Attracts thousands from se "i'1" The former president was indicatinc "tha' ho is cominr U'-Tv.'" dead guai 5, taken to surgery at o'clock 'along just g'tor Mr Faul "S PaS" as Henr-v' Kt be made tn the church's uildinp fund t 'tor, Mr. Fauble. vot.r.n at the and four Thc dead guard and Barker Is secretary.
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