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   Kingsport News (Newspaper) - October 25, 1954, Kingsport, Tennessee                             The Weather mtb i KINGSPORT NEWS Deathless Gty 1.121 2 Vic i miih VOL. 96 KINGSPORT, TENS., MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1951 Circle ______________________ Alcohol w.ds to a 8 PAGES. 5 CENTS "s reacuon tur'e Mendes-France Cites Need For French-German Pact Armed West BenSOn Sees Victory For GOP At Polls Aids Talks With Russia BY TWO M- -p.-ti.-d ooe.fd n IM ami I'OttTK WIKKS 'h m.nnr S'.illn: (1 n( thr raMl ol their I'A" pout'! ;t ht'adfd a c: 'he planr nil nnd For Ncjiotialions On Issue 1'OX. Oi1 Ae: iculture Sfrsc'.iu' Benson pi H publican" I.inn vu'.f ihc Mm' Ihiec or four mid many 'INS. roncly Ro- '.oday anci pick up KI ihe Semite in '.he Pakistan Declares State Of Emergency KARAC'HI C.ik'.- Tile aiiM'iiinc ui-i ruid'-n d ol i-niiM-ui'iu.-; i.nd.i Oi-l 24 l ol nr. --I'd HIP C.ilnr.i'i "I Pruni- Mm- wnhin bums Ah an- nmnii-rd ir. a in 'lu- hi- had ti'n On Giuliani Miihiiinini'd ninndalP lo a nf.v d Hf hi- had tni-mi'il CaDi- n-M 10 dciil (he onuim "htiur of cli-i- 'The Gen MnllainiiH'd Avun khan, cuiniivuul- P! Ill o! Pakisl.ms ani'.v. M A H Ispahan'., ipronlh np- pointed m London MohamnlPd All cul shnn a vi-n lo Uir.lpd and (Irw h.inip b-i nililll to (atp n ualher Hope For Peace Is Voiced On 9th Birthday Of UN Over The Coffee Cup i By BILL Mil.-- l.'.icv 'Mrs. W. E.I By JOHN M. HKillTOWKK i WASHING1ON. Oct. H V Tin' Alhi'd toi alining WiM Ctfiniaiiy pioviile a new baM-1 n( >irpimth from which lo iirao- Male with on Kuroponn -ei-l ilemem, diplomatic said today. Another BIK Four foreign minis- '.ers meeting on Gorman iiinf'.cii- ition. n3 well us on HII Austrian I independence treatv .tnd related issues, is considered likely there (ore nftcr the new pruttrain is ran-' H is. Yesterday's widely hailed agreements at Pans still must have the approval of ihe French As.-embly, the U. S. Semite and other parliaments. But Western lenders, includiitx 'Secretary o( State Dulles, are re to have agreed that they wani no conference wr.h the sums before unification has been secured. To B" into a meetinu in the next few weeks us Mos( ow Auild pe.ue pioposed yesterdav would only be the U N.'s lo m Russia's expected s A-semblv moves 10 to siall and eveniu- pokpsmen. ,ny idii western European Un- in The declared he no mien! ion of reMHiniiK sliuiild faimei> repudiate Ins pul- icies bv Demot ratir in uc-ek s flee- lion. BciiMJii marie -taicmeiiK :n aiiswi-i mji a of tiucstions submitted by Intein.iuonal Neus Service. He said he Uiat "such shifts as may occur in farm vot- mu ihi> yi'ar could le- sull from things other than the so-called fiiim issue whnl mistakes the Dem- ocrats have made on the tin in front. Benson facetiously replied "Plenty -but I don't propose ID them off before the election." Requested lo forecast the ou'- coine of the election. Ben-on "I look for the eicciion of a RepuUlu.tn While 1 (lu nut pu c H loie- it lo me thai Republican.- will up '.hire or fniu Senau- mid as a-- L'r> in (he Hou-e." How w ill farmers Bcn- -im'- piedicliui: i> "I ex- pec! that jear will pretty nr.ich the pa-'. DemoiTd1 ic anu.uiiout much nl the South nr.'.l stroimlv Republican in mo-t (j'.hrr "H ha> been my privilrne travel w th: nuuliout 'tit- country till1' Fiom the t.Uks 1 have had with nuii'A individual fanners. 1 jtatlicr that they are licuerally -ali'-fied with '.lie ac- of this adminis- tration m umiculturi' as in other aif.is of In aus'.'.vi tu a qurxiion abou! hi.- future plans .-huuld Uie faim vole po Uemociar.c. Ren-on de- clared: "As of Apncul- luie 1 at lhe pleasure of the President. This is a question which lie would have to decide. Incidentally. 1 think it is one which is unlikely to arise." Asked why (aimers should vote Republican tin- Benson re- plied: 'Mainly. I believe farmer.-, will and shuuld voir lor the He- publican Parly this year becau-e 'he leconl of the Li-onhowe! art- ministiation has been most con- Mr.ictue Falir.eis thai :he need- a Republican nun of ihis proinam dunlin lhe luu ye.irs lie added: "Tins is no lime Iin diMded paru in iiiir national KOUM nilicnt. Two vear- atio the people voled over- wlielininulv lor a change. They wanted an end to the war in Ko- rea. They were fed up with sub- in viovernmenl Thev were sick of the tax-fixers and ihe influence peddlei who con- tributed to the scandal-a-day uov- ei nment. "There's a new atmosphere in luda1. -K clean at- mosphere. I lhe people w ill keep n that way." Reds Seek To Block Ratification Showdown Slated On Long Reaching Krononiir IMans N V UNITB1D NATIONS. :H lh New hope.-, (or were here on mnlh bir.hdax today n delegates. American and secietmiai (inures joined m ;on a headquaneis celebration. RU5sln's call for a meetmi: m, Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt. November will either be rejected! speakmir for ihe American Assn. or pu, nuthonties said, but the to: ihe U.N.. which sponsored ihe rtom. vvln noi closed to an even- Dock Strike i Youtl1 Rail Wreck Self After said believed U1H. session of Dulles. Soviet For- To Continue Strikers Say 'No' To Union Request Ine-il --lorni Hi' relumed with -nb- Scy.bner's one-woman show at lhe PioKiam. n ml v c "eased American aid Civ.c Auditorium ihis week through -ueaklnn for all Ihe women of elRn MlmSier Molotov. Bnlish For h h h ri h-ln him -n uVilmu F'Mrtiv Iho wnrld "piessinn the hope secretary Eden and French LONDON. Oct. 24 :f -Union it'll lhe economr side of' hi- 'it's fiee and HS nuod. ea-y-on- war will ensull ih Minister Mendes- ecutive Arthur Deakm lomuhi the eves There aie 16 "oils. France. .asam asked Britain's sinking "J Dulles h due home iomorrowMevedo.es to return lo work. But the UN and lor Us growing sup- (rom thp parlK of them, niosily members of manifold problems. He went .stiaipht lo the covernor paslels, charcoals, general s horn" last niKhl and con- Almost all of them are porirnlls Injuring Sis EUZABETHTON. Oct. 24 :.r- I A 16-year-old farm lodny lay in critical condition al a hos- pital hero a 5hoteun in liis .shouldc'r and intlicied afier vu- ran his sister with a true- tor yesterday. Carl While driving the Kills One 19 Persons Hurt In New York Mishap I CROWN POINT. N i'.. Ocl. 24 .f A Montreal-New York Hani and s freiBht collirird lipad- on on a sinple-irnck line near here 'today, killed one trainman and In- 'jnied at leasi 19 other persons. PAHIS. Oct 24 '.V-Fit-nun Pre- mier Pa'n e France, x.id- "-hov.ticiun un Ihe plan for adding W> t Ciciinaii >uppurt lo Kuropc s di'iL'n.-i'.--. told the fr'renrh In- is doii'i'mim-il lo nuikp fi'onour.c accords llu' Dunn novcrninriu The Pioniii-r atldrrsscd the n.i- in lu> weekly Hi1 drchuod ccouonnc n-.t'iii.s Frt'iich find :Uciinan liMtin Ntandards. and Germany are i-tninii-ITS neanii'ss io one iinolhcr and rp'-ourro.s and production rcriuirc their close as- Kit ion loRclher." he said. 1 He ii'iniudcd the Fi cncli that. 'West Cieiniiiny is their besi toincr and thr "second most im- 'portant provider of goods'" and jsaid sucli lads mean (he two coun- tries ncrt'd each olhei. "Because- of he continued. j "we are deiermined io conclude 'accords i wuh Wesi Germany nf j IUIIH duration .such as will as.su: e pt'iinanciH kcts for French :wheat, .suttiu. milk products, etc. I "H is also useful lo encournRe .associations between P'rench and I German business and financial in- j terests with the 'aim ot making the be.sl of our respective re- i sources, Increasing produciion. and making research to find markets elsewhere in the world." Mendes-Fianee said that since the signmp of an agreement yes- terday wuh Wesi German Chan- cellor Komad Adenauer on the Star's future, that industrially Roosevelt except from Soviet lhe Paris agreements: appeal, "bnnuuiy tu an end; dent, fired a charce from None of the top delegates I- The "agomzmff reappraisal ;what is an unjustifiable stoppage, a 12-gauge shotgun into his was present. The ranking u- s- relations with Western involving any trade union shoulder. larffer interesl of the country. softne The Constituent Assembly, which RUI you see when 'also has been performing day lo ynu romp m )S Of dav legislativp chores, has roused on which Scnb- m-esenV The ranking Russian ''ope is now automatically the impatience of many Pakistanis npr has the sisns of the was GeorR1 Zarub.n. Soviet am- pcnded. If the Western European: maintains lhe sinke Is' It has been unable to draft a Zodiat. and ,he four beasis fromthr to WashmRton. goes throuch parliamentary commumsl-m.-piied. basic chnner for the countn m nf The Revelatum wuh Amencan Chief Delegate approval. U. S. policy will continue A Union leader. Rich-, the >ears Mnce B.IMIII gave Saml John The Divme in the Holy H c jr. inakinii a UN. to be based on building maximum ard Barren a mass meeting Pakistan and India iiidepenuencp. Dav jn and his strength through umiy in Europe. Q, slnkers m Hvde Park the The panels were "etched" by fix- deputy in Toledo, ihe ranking H it does not go the woujd commue to tie up ihis :ng cut-nut figures m masking tape Americans were Sen. Fulbright French Parliament kills off this bluest ports unnl the rm- ordmary window glass then ,D-Ark' and Ade M. Johnson, project as il killed oif the Luro- m ,u rt deniand that When ihe iape is re- Wasliinglou Slate labor director, Defense Community plan two ,10 compulsory overtime the design on the pane. members of the U. S. delegation.months ago. then Dulles' reap- Bnth countries are still members of the British commonwealth Mohammed All's own Moslem League which was largelv Instrumental in winning Pakistan's Special Meet Of Cabinet Called Bv Ike bers. The new prime minister had served as ambassador to Wash- ington, and strong reliance was placed on his pro-American sym- pathies and ability to negotiate for U. S. aid. These hopes were home out when Kaiachi and Washingion FHA .May Take Over THUKMONT. Md., Oct. 24 '.f. 'President Eisenhower todav called has dominated the fa'scipnunc process and Ihe of "rnn- praisal of U. S. policy will have to The thni if Awemun. it naa oo 01 me io mem- cspifllns how u is done, ducted bv Charles Munch, and Iho be continued. This leappnsal con- tne sievedoies will use ,iSew York SuiRinK Society Schola ti'inplaled either rearmament of the concession to Ram others iCamornm. joined in a Gmiumy without F.ench ap-: -we shall fight lo lhe bpecm, ol hls Cabinet im-ouiam winch included the or withdrawal ol b S. rorce.s ,.m sajri for Iomorrow m-Thi m Washinglon' jsian Dmitri Shoslakovilch U.N.'to huropean border positions IIKCI --Let thorn Apartllienl I rOJtM'tS JMarch and the American Spam and Italy. Housing letec! w-indfall prolits the pvivaie hinlriine firms ln otl Aciministralion siijned n mutual military aid pact ;oday FHA will move las-i More rrcemly. on Mohammed Ah s abbreviated lo the Umted w'mcn Slaies. was announced thai Washington would step up Us aid to Paki.-'.an itv.s fiscal year )n sho'.n IS.'i million dollars. Of thr toi.il. 105 millions will KO foi eco- nomic assistance, compared onh' nv.Uions during lhe las: fi.scn! and riO millions would be earmarked for in'-luary aid The economic uoubles that have con'inned under Mohammed Ah'- povernmeni have led lo boor and complications Workei s in Kast Pakistan's Adamiee jlile lllljls slaued last Mav in which 3flO prisons weie killed. Mo- hammed Ali blamed ;he.sf> breaks on Communist conspiracy Ori _ Copland Hymn to the U.N. I 2. Uf S. military aid can now flow nol do lt all wrtaninuiu.'.. uci. .t nvo A5 o( lhe coremony. 50 U.N.Iat full volume without -jiie 5.000 mas Let them bring in their report from Secretary! another speaker. "They Dlllles on the raris ,t -ii i onp haocfl The Delaware and Hudson Rail- vnmbcr on a German peace settle- road dispatcher's office ru Albanyiment is an example of the road- .aid that Ihe man killed and the blocks Moscow is expected U) live hospitalized all were em-i throw in front of the Allied plan, ployes of the railroad. lt came oniy few houvs aller The dead man was identified ten-'the foreign ministers of 15 Westein tamely by the railroad as Charles nations signed protocols to three Basnie of Whitehall. N.Y., a tram- treaties that, if and when ratified man on the fre'.cht by lhe national parliaments, are Ihe collision occurred about 1 Io nne up West Germany as n p.m. between Crown Point and Port and palUier in 'defense Hemy on Lake Champlain. against Communist iifgression. The oipln-car Lauienliai. pa.s.spn- iger irain was sou.hbound The "le tjnwd Slalef; Ifreiphl. will, 113 cars, was headed Flalltc ale reported stand.np: bv north from Whitehall, al the foot conduions for any such of Lake Champlain. to on the Canadian border. i 1. Russia must agree m advance The Delaware and Hudson re-jlo the holding of free, supervised ported that lhe engine of elections for an all- train tipped over government. ments. ..............ssed in Hyde Park; ..rds bore in the flags of the'to France and Ilaly. Congress had'mm voted to continue the strike.; member nations ma splash, provided that aid would have to T, almosi certain the "mmve this week i.) take control of "sev- 0, fllled Ule AssemDly be suspended for those European govolnment would have to do Mountains here While eral aparimeni proiecis hal, _ countries which did not ratify S00n, The- quc.sHon. James C. netted then sponsors al- of hope and a sntisfactoiy substitie. 'calling out ihe Hoops to "ld lhc J rcsltlci" consid-l lalions Horn Rovernmenl heads 3. Senate ratification of the pro- mnre 300 ships IVIIIK in UK- cl's aureuint-iiis reached yes-! one bageage car was derailed. One! 2 mus, acl jn In announciim this at the ctref lhe. helR''1 conclude a treatv of independ- in announcing mis ai me cn.ei 1IS engine and IS cars were the railroad said. week-end leireaim I here. These sources said FHA will My ihrouKhoui the world continued to ihe lvar, a distmci possibihiy. headquarters to- Atlantic Treaty which will make Carcoes estimated worth 336 mil to up purported excessive'd.nv. West Germany the 15th member of'ijOI1 dollars are being held up. proms !hvy on lhe pioi- President P'.isenhower and two lhat pact ami give the NATO com-, eels and apply the money loward score Governors proclaimed a in Europe new powers to leoucuiK the ascr.cv s insured Dav but in Ulah and California control German forces should be moriKages on Ihe property. governors declined to follow sun. readily oblamed. lerdav not only a diplomatic vie-, lory but "a historic step toward, .that unity so necessary for mam-; Man Treated Here For (iimshol Wound Ike Praises Sunuv Is Dial And Mild d Todav Missouri's Riot-Torn Prison Peaceful As Armed State Troopers Stand By lor occupied Austrm. The Allies Ir.iri down these con- ditions in notes to Moscow last nioiiih. The Kremlin appeared to have made a move at ofiermg to meet t'ne conditions. But American. Brii.- Wiley Fleennr. 1. Bris- anrl French foreign ministers jtruance of the freedom of Va.. was treated at Holston vrre rcportcd satisfied the Itus- Europe." .Valley Community Hospital early MiU1 is" no more than a also announced morning for a gunshot attempt to defer or de- will par Dulles an unpre-iwound of the right, arm. He lhe pans agreement The various would nne rim nn-. K the sprawling 'A r.h 'lolocna ry in n month, the tcvdny's r.'H. 'n rlajnnr.a :hp lives ii', ihr- v. r-; p MC bu' V-'3r- WASHINGTON. Oct. 24 T- PrcsidPtii Eisenhower tonight com- bined a tribute to Thomas A. fcldi-. son with a wish to UK1 American' people for "cny" Halloween. The President, snid he would par-. ticularly like io sprnd Halloween their cells except lor regular .vacation. Officials could not say. wuh !ljs it: one of ti'.ose times when Amrricans actually encourage tiic liiile individunls (o he ftrr to do things raiiiT as they jilra.-e." "I hope." he said, "you and your cliild'.'rn h.ave a ynv evriiif.K and U't's all CUT a lijtif prayer IMP: childi.-.li nc The nntv kind ri( mi-chief JEFFERSON CITY. Mo Oct. u heavily armed -tate periods. however, why the women may stood bv nui nf smhl of Eidson said he could only hope have wanted to fire Mrs. Carroll's 'he comic's, l.OQQ in- for continued tiamju'.I.ty ".lust home. males al Mi.v-oun 5 rjoi-iorn or.c kid could so: off a new ram-1 The riot n! the men's prison p'-accfu'-lv in the dinir.K ronin si art eel in one of lhe dining halls Sunclav hreakia.-t and A linuiieis stood by a! a when. HCCord'.nR to H. N. dfpu'y' warden's office. ou; of a tuard. one of the (onvicls yei'.ed ;i tnti.r. ir.archiiiK Imrs. but "flat doc." appsrer.'ly in proles! weie nn' needed, the warden against Bolfjena sar.dwichc--. Tliere 500 and 600 tliat Bbnv? normal in New Enpland. Temperatures I-.. mrn in Jhe hall sparked yes- The convicts immediately bepan !hi owinc plates and food on the all was reported finer and prisoners in nnoiher din- women'A bvar.ch of nit? hall look up the cry. tossed ihr prison, where several their food uuwn hu' made no nt- al'-o rio'cd hours after tempt to leave the hall. Ralph N. Kidsnn said the 'he upnMiiE was put down in the The men in the first hall spilled meai" wen' off "rot a ripple men's prison. i.he prison quadraticle. a j nf a difficult1.-." The HIT., hr added. Thr located on nlnl ahnui ihn nf 3 fon-. seemed more relaxed than in a. hill about haif a mile from the ball field between the two main men's prison, was the scene of an cell blocks. It was there tiiat Today's dinner included nttcir-p- "o burn H dormitory, guards fired at the men. wounding bakrd ham. mar-hed potatoes and There was no trouble there to- nine of them, none seriously. 'creamed gravy, corn, hot buns. day. officials icpoitcd. Two theo- The ?lfiin inmate was 'cookies and coffee. The convicts Ties were advanced as to the pos- Coffee. 27. who had served about "H'SO received ham sandwiches to Mble cause of the not of women, three years of a 6-year term for lake back to their ceils for an One was that the fire there appar- burglary and larceny. Warden Eid- evenir.c rrcuiar routine entiy was as a sympathy son said Coffey was k'l'.ed by a on Saturdays. Sundays and hoii- demonstration for the men. Some guard's shot at the top of the stairs riav> women convicts and in a cell block. w Return of and newspaper sweetheart- in the rr.rn's prison. He said Coffee and other eon- iU piivi'.cccs and exeui-e permds m The other theory was that the victs wrro throwinK and the recreation yard depends on woman wanted to break out of other furniture down the stair? at J" the convicts' altitude. Eidson the dormitory and fire to the the guards, and that Coffee re- Until ihints cet back to normal, nomr of the supervisor. Mrs. Ber- portedly refused to heed a com- ]l he explained, the meR will be kept.thp, N'aa who is away on.mand to "get back lo your cells." which wr Bu' hower jecdented tribute by meetinR him i released later. ;at National Airport in Washington' He told officers he was shot by. .iomorrow noon when the umdenlifird person near Ziuns cnd lllp Allicci occupation and re- returns from Paris via Bermuda I Church near Bristol. arm thc Wcst ben-lans UIuicr i safeguards within a seven-nation Western European Union and Thc North Atlantic Treaty Ition. Twelve German would boater Allied lines jinR ihc Elbe. I "Bin ihere are si ill vocal oppo- of German rearmament ui jWfstcin ptirlwiwnt.-.. Thc Firnch- ,German r.ccord on '.he Kaar nlnne. '.providii'-K for o! ihat Cdii'i-ijeai Or; clnr.e atul ir-w border slain. ;s already can solciier> in World War II troops mMruc'cri. in cn-r-. "in unfriendiv rrrcptior, Irtris- "wriT taiiKht Mie line bv men who later Used :lie lainis ;ti buth I'iUis by ti'.en ;hr Amcriciui uni- A m c n d jr. r r. ;i P p: In Cie; the cl'.p.i; fnvm" from tin- 'nne they entered at.unsl :-clf-i'u-; ;n K'.an nf (r.o srcnr.d pnrtv liie Armv unlil thev ir.ustcrcci levealini; ;heir Cniiuri'.in'.st rrc- -n Knr.-.p.O Ader.auer'.x cope. 011, [mis ,.nvc. ,no Frcr b'' n c.onfui'.'nt kind o! Jenner inadr Hie stalcnicr.l in Jciinrr said nf tha' parf mav --rrk (nr God madr pviblication by the Sen- the key prosram section of thr lutrli c'T.ir" on the of Jenner Says U. S. Soldier Taught Red Line In Army WASHINGTON. Ocl. 24 M'-- Scn.'asia and the like. Jeinif'i R-Ir.n said today Amen- "The "A ril iiiic Th" dininnan. in a r k were nnien-. nf 1 of till' lir'h CN'U'' faith has made and krp! 
                            

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