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   Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - March 19, 1946, Kingsport, Tennessee                             LET'S MAKE KINGSPORT A CLEANER CITY ELIMINATE DUST, SMOKE Vol. XXX F, hto.-56 Kingsport, Tcresdoy, March t9, TO Pages. Five Cents WEATHER FORECAST Ctotttfy matt fag] night. Vtednei.- ay lair and Tempemttircs: Motiday's- fctett. fow Jinntlaj cviftht. 47; nnom Ttlc'sday. 53. Precipitation: .tJ inch Lewis Offers Owners War Or Peace CHINESE DEMONSTRATE AGAINST RUSSIA CHINESE STCDESTS CfEMANB SOVIET IRO0F WITHDRAWAL. Four thmuaml students carry- iTKiKwKers written in Chinese, Russian Basfefc through, the streets a? Shanghai ro pro- ev against the slow withdrawal of' Russian troops from Manetmria. AH  the United States and also to Great The Prime Minister said further that these documents- sh.owad "that Information was being; sought agents witt re- spect to many matters that were of- tha wtawst ctmcesa to Cansd'a, the United States, and the United- KingdOW." Ha did1 not elaborate except to repeat previous, official that troop' mov-e- and scientific dtxta were sought. King said that operations conducted- through; Sovkft bujwy In Ottawa went buck as far a-s 1043 and 1344 and1 bad; C'amuta, 101 iBqairy, they aakJ, net overfap a current inojuiry into State Department intelligence operattons- mafie by ttag Bouse 34iKtary food Shortage Major Problem fn UNRRA Work Atlantic City, K. J. A des- shortnffc of food in a hun- jjrv worlfl poNt'tl: for LTNRRA to- Us rnnjffr Immediate problem whether to recommend rur- tftllmtnt of rclH'f tn J-apun and Gci-mitny In order to prttcr- cn.co ircatmeat to Allied liberated lands. The issue was flung squarely into fourth council oj the Interna- tional Relief Organisation by ruddy- taced, s.trid'ent-vaicEd Sir Carl Bcr- tnclsen, dcleuflle fro'm New Zealiind, who Insisted that first right "to available food resources should to the of Axis apsrcsaion. Emergence of the. question on the council fl.oor Rave fresh signifi- to th-e mission of Herbert Hoover to Europe on a survey of food Hoover, chairman of President Truman's special com--. mktee on relief, has takerr the. po- sition th-nt no boundary lines drawn for such Mewiwhile, tho organization set Pact' TW Delegates Hope Bank, Fund To Be Underway By FaH to the Savivnnfth International Monetary Confe-rencu wete bound' today, h-op.eful1 that both tfto world bnnls amf world m-onetary fund na oi'Rftnixcfl hete would bo In opera- tion by fall. Secretary   corns in quicfdy for "developrnent" tha upbcEding of industrially lag- ging nations. The world ban-k wtH- quackly plete its actual holdings of funds State Department House Committee seesmJ con- gressional tttmed1 its searchlight on tHe State Depart- ment. Members ef tha House Cbmroit- tso on Activities, dis- closed tadsgf tfrak for- the- last two months- they have been- te- reports that "pwrsoma of ua-Awerlcaw Disclosure that the uin-American: actteities group, has moved1 vnto the State- Department ijicture ftom Rcpi Mumtt sad1 confirmed: by Rep'. Kankin (D- ranltftigr majority mem-bar. have tflada racr formal report and ErooabJy woa't Jar some- Muadt tola a jrepotter. "But what We hove fotwii far indi'irataa- that is nta-re thain ru-mo'-r to reports that many persons of f, are. in the departnremt." Mundt said committee alto wffl safe, the State- Ewpftttment for a recoct en: how It wilt sc-toct an csttaiatod- 280'- Urvlted States eot- pl'oyoa tio bo attached' ta tTnlted Nattona. Orsanbuittajr. "It our he assorted, 'to- clieclc all these employes, to see that only persons ungaestinneti loyalty the tln-fted- States the appoia-toenna. This is eeitaLcly ene place- 'm we cannot af- ford- to- take Joint Meeting Of Clubs Is Off Tte ioi-n-t nwettoff of Kings- part Rotary, Klwan-is and Clwtaa Clubs, planned for Wednesday noon, has bfren cance-Bed due to- the, in- afcility of schadiiled spcafcer, U. S, Senator Tom to be present, W. F. Wlnd-ers. Rotary presl-dertt, annownccd today. The will meet on thfltr reg- u-lwr dates'. It was acpTaincd: that Scnatsr SSewart fowtd it necessary to Bit in Wash-inglen- to vote on im portent legislation WedteoaSay and wo-ftTd- be unable to> cewn.e- to Kimgspo.rt. By resoriinjr to planet he will bo able to- fill his spca.kin.jf e-nEagswent to- night before the- Bristol- Junior Chamlier of when be is sshettaled1 to discuss cu-rrent legis- lation affecting both Uie state and Spain, Meeting Charge With Counter-Charge, Says U.S. Planned To Invade Iberian Area Spanish gev-< t, meeting charge with coun- ter-charge, declared last night that United States planned an- in- vasion of tha Iberian pcninsuj'a in J94t and carried on espionage in Spanish North Africa in 1943. Tti.) foreign ministry, in a word reply to the U. S. State De- partment's White Book of Mnitch accusing Spain ot cooperating with Axis during the war, flatly de- nied- the charges and added: "The conduct of Spain toward the United- StaWs- during tha war and post- war years has bcon irreproachable." The doi-u-mcYit asserted that Gen- eralissimo Francisco Franco first ice ajents." It said these were related "to. certain subversive- atterapts- to Spanisb territory, espe- cially in Ma-laga and1 Jdnlago. in sotitbera Spain, is di- rectly across the- Mediterranean- from MeliJla. En Spanish Morocco. The foTBipn ministry asserted, an, anti-Spanish enmpaign wss carried' or, in tho North. American press to January. 1944, to. conceal plans- for an invasion, of Iberian penin- sula. The plans were prepared, the ministry asserted, by "Ganaial a Strong, presented through the American chief of secret informar lion, W. J, Donovtan, and  pTi-m-tif i-tmr-J.-'inlM in thi-- iVorlh Amcrirun nntltin hfi-uain: of nc'tivi- tics of its ofttcials find secret scrv- The document said- grass cazo "died; out of itselif swidsttiy Number Of Strike-Idle Lowest In Two Months By, Associated rtation'i of fetor was- today- at tfoe- te iban two man-thai. with fetter indicated, posaifely to below The of tfte Idle, which to January tit a near recoiii toi'Sfe of EC million. and1 half, were further reduced today few ot the KSiBOO- General Motors strikers went Sack to warn after MS days at idleness- With. ra-Uflcatien of settlement by CEO United; Atrta -tMwiftieiifclly assured! ami fattsndry plants .to kloh., caltod prepare. tfca fsrtSeossntg: calk m at least 18 BJarsts on. strifee over imsetOcd local i3sue% ar.d; to Mi-eh, a moss picket was, set up the toffe: Batefc the of tbo CM locals Wtwo fcy heavy national ssttteiaent reached ta Detrotc last weclt as adSitiowat ioeals vrted: today the settlorwmt whleh included aw ISla cents raise tourts wage inereasea A local' was diasentsar far. Employes m- waited manage- eaK to go to thete jobiv. Elsewfeere alons Irsnt, no- were reported A strike of 168 AWL. and traffic rai- ptoyes of York   lence toward- AIBes was- ac- centuated from: Ore first naonMBt cf tlM entry of tne tlwl'ted- States into tlio included1: facto recoK- Bition. of the French government in Merth Africa; passagB of Fr-en-ehj; cojaabatants tlirough Spate to Al- rcSosal to recognize Musse- ta northern Scenes whuij. while in floodetl o-f home-, fails to ffct "utrihe." just from plane riile, witKi anon OR it step-jurnptnj fol- tow-thc-teadci; game in imitation el aAer his to. re- lease o-f U. Si fliers tond-lng; to Spnin; authortzwtian of HIT trans- port comKrmnd irv Spain; and a break diplomatic relations With bent on Ravin (j, a rale Mrt pbierai already filled, hike frao bjociix to it tltilil frllJy ttt ftlrt Ft fiw tho tfwir tft the Hwrwlhwt wheriv City Court Reversed In 2 Cases City Coart at Kingspert was re- versed i-n two cases off dr-ivtiig while tft Law Court Tuesday raofiv- in-g. when- tlae- heated arguments e-f Tl A. ID'adsO-ri' eoitvirrced1 juries One m the two cases were- innocent. The court met irr a coti-rt noon.- that was considerably elcarar than tbe dirt-littered, dusty room' that caused1 Judas She-1-bucne w Mondajf to hold cocjrti in BlountvtHe. Farguson- snitf Tttesdn.y tta-t the liad elaamed- wcU enou-gli to satisfy fci-nn and; that be w-oald contteuc to this tetm Kinssport. In the- case of 6ke City TO, Obcr- lee- f. Again Addresses Operators In A Rebuttal To Reply L. Lewis- Mtunantows fl-perators tcdajr whether they wanted: "peace" or over Ms demand lot better working conditions- in the nation's Lewis again addressed tire operators, rebutting tbeir ply feis ojjoe demands for members of the United Mine Workers. He repeated what he caTted an "in- m which- be accused the management and stock- of feaving wteade dead" 2S.OW mine 'workers in. 14 years, and In that anofelier be said "we bave two- demands.: the- jM-ry fomnd- the bad j- v been arrested is by police For abatement of tins slaughter and cessation of tbe aceoni- Adams- was spot of triat ore a cHarge- ol driving while dnuife in with, an accident on. Mapte Street and Bristol Hijrhway in which.1 Guarwitfc Career, of Long Island was Fined SW denvnarilot fJned ta City Court amdi Ms drivers was suspendorf for six motrths. Ues-pita the assertion poTfee that Atfaau. was drwnk. appTebsn-d'ed; at the scene of the accident, witnesses for the defense stated oat tfrtrak. HiR xvms wtton Ftatehor admitted saying that It was "Kood thing" Mums wasn't drunk. When asked) by tho prose- cution. If was FletelMr woaM 0-nly adawtt to- tfw fact that saw Adams "rec-lInE1" tn tha- jait Ctty F-roflMeo-tor Joftn R. Todd fcsingsdi his case OK tWa statement and toW ths. jury that a menace to far Ifts out the fact ttet it was normal police to con-fine persons arrested for beiag ctmnft. in- the city jaH: wltkotit psrraittitag to receive vlatto-rs o-r cal-ls, Adams assert ed. "What do you Peace? Or do- yovi prefer warf "We'lt await your reply wttfe tre- 'terest oa those Lewis soli cold-ty.. IM-sputed Fi Spokesmen, for ttee operators- ye: erflay disputed Lewis? casualty they- did not per- to telephone bis sister visitors. In tbe ease- ef Cffiy .vs. Wtt- Bi T. 'Caatpsir Far vUrlsting a city Oaurt, Pmjte IB- Britisher Goes Revealing Secrets JDr. JPuiwr 34-yewr-old; Brttlab reveal aijvajice9 at safe- ty in- ffle last In Ms "Indictment" fee accused Una iwJratry o-f making p-coftt hi some- Instances out of for mudlcnl andi de- aervica- Lawta proposal thttt the' opoi tacla'dff. In a now to> be effective- after April- J, a us "Ttee- contracting parties- nize tire loss, of Bf-a in eofcl aud5 tfie ratio- of hi- is- too; great to- cctwtfonec ia any cfcrtlizerf coiMrtty the o-p- erators sigaatory to this can-tract sgree> Jtettcc forth; will mcticulottsiy carry out and pti-t into effect any safety inspeetors of the U. S- ia the employ of Bonaou; ol ______, How scam thw cJoued-tfoor negoti- Bgte. dver Btrw geaerSl by ani four coiia- entljr ow United' boss- He stSHs beKE tike flos-r after deelartog ysstertjay tbat and f for njlmrrs "asked for A 013ft st ttee. u a miners' health and1 welfare. asked ttia Crpcrators ;bi-tterty sarcastEe 'If work after April I Arthur He Kingsport People PiHierat wiB be. he Wednesday at 3 p-. HL for H-ytar- JBr. Arthur (Happy> in a 1 fn of who; worked on nuclear nsenrehlyen to remain 10 in. felie kan Fifes Hew UNO Against Reds lias- lias- a new protest with: the United! Wa- ti-ons Seeuri-ty agaijjst tinued' presence: of Russian te thivt country. Iranian em- bassy offfeial saidi today. Gnotero Abbas Anim. first secre- tary o-f th-e ombdssy. toW, reporter tltat Am-toasador Hu-sscin Ala tlie protest last niRht to Trygve tTNO- secretary general-, who is- now JOT. Ala acted on- recehted frum Premier Aimed Qavara es Sa-ltamsh- fn Tehran- Into yesterday, Arnna saW. Aram he befiuved. Ambassa- dor Ala, if given the opportunity, pufrs-ait of for trial today .on- efearges of vtolatiBg offi- cials secrete act by giving an, son. Mny wa-s refused bail- by Magis- trate Ha-rohi McKeraw of Bow Court, who. thff aret'a releitac wlgh-t be pubttc policy." May p-Jead'ed: innocent to vfol'a- tion- of the- swerets whJuh. pro- vides a nra5cjmu.nk oS En prison for persons' of giving; rnforraation: "pre- jodi-ctal to- the safety and5 Interests, ot the stats." Gerald GamJiwr. attorney for Mnjr, to Is now who might have- beea "an encray" at the Urms, late test yerw. that Mny RC- cwseii of daHvc-i'tng tho tn'formn.- tton.. Prosecutor Aathony Hawfcc vron a ruiiTtg. from the masistrate that the stats involved "rargtet aay potential The- report o-f a British- Intelli- gence officer was submitted-, tw-t not read1. Hmvfcc- sttfd i-t th-e occuaatton that May a document on-, rju-clear physics; r-e- appear in- person bcto-re search some samples of ma- 1 Secttrity Ce-uncil to- present tbe Iranian- case sgBinst tciialS to an. unidentified1 person. Hawke said 'one- stt4; Conwnissar to- clear up the sitoatiom of it cow- Russian had been, sehtd- J paragrap-h wres- not to- be rvwH aloud nlod- to feaTe Iran, by March- 2, In- steaii taey reroainsf} theue. Qava'rn lasts wcefc antiouraceiJ intension to take Iran's troubles to- tha Security Cunm-oil. after teuSi failed; in personal conferences at Moscow with. SMalin The sci'entist worked In Cairadta on atereric experiments from Janu> airy, until September, when. riMnirnied: to- EngjamJ. Tfce only time any was mentionird' tfariny tfia- was when Gardner asfted a wfct- Sovme- doubt arose Utter as-; ness: "In February of fast year, to- whether tin would W to. fat-1 Russire a gallant was It ara you, going to about continue men, up the Senate Leaders May Shelve New 65-Cent Pay Bill leaders- todaj? rttefving1 the new SS-' cent winim-um wage- 610 rily because af the strong; crppesittan it faces SiniJ becaoise- of a faraa threat to use the to seefe Mghtar ogricultBtnl pricos> Backers of the wngs seerncd1 to> feel that daisy might work to- th.alr ivslvaR- fca-uca they taifeed of switch' tag coosieferatiorf to. two pendiiE-g appropriations Wlla. One yxvtiBts. Uac bulfc of -wmi-M- g.o. to- in-eet pay in- ereases voted for CoJ-eral- emp'oyes-. The otlier WH carries- S3.34.7.200 tor watt aftcncies. 000 OPA amJ Sl.WO-.eW- for the -Froductton Administrnitlijn. Bwtb measures are to eo.ver the re- taaimder of current flsca! year ends June 30, Admtelstrattaft forces renctod sfiarply to tentattve efforts, ot soroe farm state legWators to Iwive-, tbe adntaum. wage bill prowidfe Sor Pe-ppcr CD-Munt) aa- price boosts. Senators Lucas such a move b-rtng an "iwflationaty whirl'' certain to "up- set Shu entire stabflizstion -Mtd price especlslly as tow that coarse. it to food." Russia Embarks Officially Toaay Upoa A New 5-Year Han Featuring Atomic Energy Maacow Rossba officiallof ted'ay u-jjora a new hoestted to the ycstr designed .to. pl'aee tltel-abottt natton in the fa-refrowt amo-ng the users of afiomic energy amd to- boost industrial prodiwetion to owe ftnd level ttees Vttt pre-war by 196S. Tlte plftn. which was last f ridiay ta tfie Supreme Soviet by N. A. Voznesfcnstey, heads' of the state planning depaitms-fit, wai unajiteoucty yeaSerdary fey sirmed: forces with- tiro latest aoa-d to consolidate teas 'Voznesensky, tn tfeCensw. U. S. S> K, p.liEtn-, asserted: UWoo and strenKtbeo tww fsrces during- thi? flve- year pcci-od ftoat to and1 that prizes, would be a-waided to :sci.cntfsts ta stinauiate atomic rc- scarch. MiotstST A. B. Yefee- told, th-e council of tfre- both, houses of RusssSan jmr- Qanient nrreasu-re, ayraual steel, coal tons; oil, is; and1 electrical 003iOOO- boB-ra. Expondittircs __ __ for cducatic-n culture- would I task of Eaw piam to attuio of Supreme Soviet that M arms of plan were achieved Kusaia would taw powerful for any nation, to overt fcf an- attack shpnitd cora-a un-hcraldjed and: by surprise. The Moscow radio, heard1 In- Lon- don, yestordfis? tbe is not tbirdiiBg: of sailing "foreign saM, but "consolidating peace and security." Soviet Union stands erer the and sscurfty of tBre "It Is a strangez to any ist (Jftslres. su-eh as tiiose Mr. CftttrcMH and who have put on the sboos oi N. Bazhan, delegate from- the son eS 923 Tha boy 'died of bullat wosad Mrs. Street, afternoon oceid-entaHy ini Miram, Jr., 13, wbffe the.two at tjusir Iwmc. The child was Qtt sectrad1 in the KJngsport area. lose bis Efe Monday by an Ap- prcBciniateliy Kours eai-rlter. Will A. Caines, 66. of Routa 12, kated by near the uwd'etpass: 61 Old Kittys' port. Funeral cjr- Mr. Calnes hnwe not been eom- ptfflted. TlVe Mrtncss- fuiwral will' eon- ductcd rtt Qilvascy EUJitStfc. CtettTohv with; the Kev. X TMuttrand the- Kev. J. A, Andtewon, forawr and present pastor, respectively, Of- Prt-emdS and scfcootoates will serve pallbearers aajd ftow- erbearers, and burial will ia tbo'City Cemetery. that SEaiiess boy's life was German automatte, officers said, Tfcc two boys their tws Carline, IS, and LJiidnv 7, engaged' in a. game of "cowboy" In. the livinjj of thcli borae oig- absenco Of pare-nis, of- Qgaret Price Boost Is Seen New York .f> A rise in prices- soon was tthJay by OPA mid- iitiustry "a strong possibility." The of Price Adraifciatra- tion may lift the- cigarst ceiling within the next two- or three weeks to offset increasing eostft of raw materials, Geoffrey Baker, deputy piicc atlminjatrator, eaid- Renrarai of price controls- on; cigars may follow within a few monthsv Industry sources said- ctoret price increases were expcetod to- ranse from 25. 60 cents, a l.OOG. Bolter- to-irf tha eastern conveit- tion of the NationaJ Association of Tobacco DvstriButots yuaterd-ay that pidcB controls will be removed within two 209 food, items, i-n fho luxury slaas-, as- rec- ornrneHdad by tije New Terft Food, Merchants Association. >Alsa slated for release from ceilings ara capital goods- such textile machinery and mec tools; be said. French Execute Paris Marcel Bticstrd, no- toriaus "ftlua leader during the German oecttjiatiott, cutad1 at 9- a.m. (4 a.m. EST) today at Fort De Cba-tHIoit. Cowvicttd ot eollaboratirtg with ho- wns sentenced! 201. Bnoard, whfl barely escaped in July. I9H tor hfat Sovi-et Ebfl.t ajfpraxinMiely .._. be appropriated to oq-uip; activities, tha latoo-ratortes in nvpu-bttc to hel'p founder at tha Fruneistes. fta cx- tho U. S, S. R. outstrip sciere- treme Fivscis? groip, whose- talc of otber astiotvs. bers wore bl-ua allirts.   

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