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   Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 12, 1946, Kingsport, Tennessee                             Mine Owners Go Into Huddle On Government Times- Ctreuktion Lost Sunday Qtet Corresponding Sundoy Year Ago art WEATHER FORECAST and dry moderate today said cool tanifttt. FrMay coofcr. Saturday rather coot. Kingsport, Thursday, September ?2, 1946 20> Pages Five; Cents Wednesdays hijfb, Xtf uighi't tew, 30; noon fodKR, IS. To Resume Parley o.- Friday Truman Aide Steps OptfatorsToMoke Proposal To Union Washington Mate, owners- veut fists' a baWto today to- f came- a possibly.1 a co-tntter jwopcaal to the Eoverimie-mt's. fsrmula, toe returning soft coal mfnea to' paroducws aie to have an answar to pieseftt to- Act- ninl Ben .wal mines ad- wfeea atgotisJsioris rc- at 2 to- the- -govwrosBejri mtotag MwssU caBwt tiwi caateenfflBs Wednesday. Tfeey' attendied bx .nsgattattes eonualttw and1 imlojt efeUf LmVis' HMBan and policy subcoirtraitcte. Woresft ttoiy try to yet together os a contract embodying to the gstwrawaaat ttgiwememt UflSet wfefelx mines mwning alt eradtog- a Secretary of Interioz i A May 29. gov- Parents Group At Btountville Board Meeting ing taisaes serving cer- tain; Kingaport area, to Snliivan- Hlzh, a of prosEtBMttely 35 paseots' arrived- at Coaaty Court House to Btoumt- Thuradiay afternoon to attend a caJSed meeting of the. of on the ejt- to sowe offer "of whfcli they will the 'He United' 'VVwfe- gfS, taMt- did BJ9t -Close- tte to posstbltitjf that do- so- a costoiefc -wo-uld' The asfcad faf ttoratf in to' stiwbr wbfsft eouia fere to f bi 'higbet or- lower wafts oa SO. dftys1 aotofti, B> also ottered definition of fQBSttoRs"   Pmbe Of Military looms A 'try's- inquiry, ntto- operations of tftis in Geemaay- orivafeftly tho coajJEaitfiMf with: sespect to fcatemizatton. Moods Tuesday toi to the WeArasday but .Moody save no time: who witta. 'the- deals." wfeete th-e'- is .offi-cial said "it- la Bbstow to MSs- .etnly because- of a dis- witlt other groups- to the of meetittff the bus Sit- nation, that he- left "because yraiMfs, Thaae el them have siaaippi and from New Torfe I there was- fuss a tot of talking. West Coast. larewrad.." of eomriaints teve' Estep saia tfiat be suppowea 'the to relieve crowded on busses ___; said that Moody toW htet tiat twtt additional ta-sses wouW put rato cpefratioia, -Tliursday Moody "Wednesday he had "US. to make on the- but said "th-ings will to- 306 are- inwostJga-tiag." The" official sttiii the- are- prio'ctpally into these r'e- a Mtelfc, .to-. Jacteewtae, Fta., every, Inefc eJ. way and tlw great scenic L into the black raar- o( cottBO tjxtjfej at prices: -above OFA ewlings. 2. Prawd's, in coiffl-ectiioa with priorities. That obtain-ifflg- tex- tiles by repreaenting- that they are- to- be 'an the manufacture of certain Steals Md using.- for An elaborate ctestgned to wivftrttsa Highway No, 2a and the. along its. and to boost tovwlst bo'fe in the North and in the', hsusr been- plannad to- charge of the In leiters. hava been to- Chambers of Gemma ree ia eWes- on -Route 2S, -xirging; that mtoBiapife tourist acts, '.with city, in either, the. other tteios., _ The investigation, made by the COB- iiKicttort wttb the Trofts-ircy. OPA and Ctyifiaa ProdactioB Admi-mis- Ca wood Reported out in a-ferw days; people (See School Board, Pttge A. Vines Said Recovering Circuit Court 0. A. Vines is recovering, at his from an- acute- s-tomacft in qaite 3ati-s- Meat Shipped Dkecfty East, tian's largest meat packinig Jtaa'hccoma a whiiitle stop- for cattle an ttai-r'way from raoges and farms to the New York, tionjui witaesa ateut in; zome- was- said to them with tha occupation oJf Curing; tbe war. This as yet. tmeewo- berated any eaters- with, situation, was.. aa only p-iefimiaary jrtfcwaation, and ethcs -facts said add-itionaj -fore Mr. Trmraaii's weekly news First to-, meat with. Stee-Imaa' in- tax White were mem- bers, of Stasb-tJization Board; which voted 5 to 2 test night te staradS by its againat ap- a pay fcwreasG- f-o-r AFL New Tor.k 3P- A retvm ts today of of strik- ing AFt. meek drivers was- prom- by union leaders after Datttel Jiead' of Ute- Teantstsrs Union, roterweued to TTork's The first pccatied- yesterday Toftin oinitreiJ sympatbiaing strBwrs TTorfc, Kew .Jersey te- by their coffitracts. with taoAer carjiefst-and retwrtt to work- -other restdt of.tto Tobm of lariC- were to Strong, paresid'eat. of wJucfe witbl-iieai 282' StK, hatve no contracts witft said, TOtrabera may Tote; re- to Mayor Wjiiain CTOwyzr, who to to 'step- in and an en4 to tfiw. paraftrzteg. police protection f tar the retuwing City- 'officials- reportedi that Tofeiur's order Had bifeught about an resramptisn iw the move- Januss M. Mead plans, to step as chairmAa cayrEpa-1-gB. as tfre Dernocuati'C nominee The sj-twtsiaa is a repetition af govej-nar of New Talk, conditions whieh. existed- naawi for stud Indljatry- ftf New York, said' that Bu-mber of in the eity beeause of the trashing- ted to cha-rgss there -was- a rampant meat "Wack. market" in .the of the cattntry. Lest1 easterners ha excited I'ovar vf more- nreat, tbre woteiJ that ________- cattle- arrivals are- at reo 1 or.d: "kw cost is gstting of ta-ero, but it isn't gettiag taetory candittev, Br. F. B, I his pfiyafeian, safd1 (Say. 'Judge eella-pseif 'W'eiin.es- jday tmotaiog in- KB- anterwozn of the- 'much. L. M, Wyatt, ftead, of tixart and: Marfeeti-rtgr A a-vcstock ftrancb, said at Chicago (D-W Ya) slated to be: nartted to tie-! attituda toward] investigations, influence- the decisi-on. Kfl-gore is saekiag re-el-ectioa ire a West "Virginia can test that to ctese. Meautwhil'e, Saaiator Brewster aflpreved 'dccjsion yts- terdaos the proposal Rep. AndreAjr J. May to appear before the jrotijr the wealc of" few cattle he said; a, tferough the livsstoefc terminate, Record tow runs eastern siiipv E. eto te boostias, tbel who fell fttetb How rt olMTriStOrh'T i hotel to- a. at LownjanaviHe last tod-ay wwr reported, in and was- removed to by'meats weH, was not feo-Eng ?in-es left the, co-urS- -shortly after 11 j small paefting 'and: bogfe at 1 and will be coodi-tian e of Cot. K F. Forgey, pub- taatorts. of the AsMttad Daily 29-year-eW Ky., Senator cfottvet is, turii Kentucky' highway eoouois. FeU'owtag. a Hst at' cities, and towiu- throwsh whlBft Route 22 passes-: In Teaneasee, Kifflgsport, CSty. In Virgmia, Sate City, Bfe Gap, Norton, and Wiso. In. Kentucky, Kfceyi-tte, Patoiisvills, Louisa, Cat- Ashlund', and North CftroK-aa. Clayton, Ohio, CeJwmbus, Marion, la Michigan, Jifack- Fltet, aad Ann Artw. Scenes Wednesday mornina went to ..the A wftrtesa, netiemg h-e -was not reefing weU, wem-t to aad; bim as Re eoJlapaed. George N. Bftroes' of" Johnson City was shoaca by Bar Association window whan againat to seme Judge- Vines caa re- tlie screen, awi seven ftooiSi. swae his place- ow'the bencft. SBWikers- on> toe program sateraaa and. ex-arrey flier told WWK' ofF ma r _______ r___ "emptoproent in, larger ptenis tbe- of Large teal' packers- said stftave levels at 'which they buy and figures." CKPA AnoUrsr posstbie- explanation-, was that meat gratters roojie teniatt in the QbjetthiK To Any Deotngs With Fraato Spain notes Up In UN Discussion Laks Success; N. Y obisctions- tw any what- ever- with Franco Spain by TJnited Natioas flared up" today dur- OB a proposed Opium, Convenstioa ii- and Soeiel'Couaea.. Nikolai Feonov, 'Rusaiajt iJettgate .to is-natton- eatiwcil, 'rsnised' Franco naestioa Ijeard that all nations- which signed difficulty laotay triait make his way sround dttsieced ow vcwtqr tJw to Mtutd, thiurfs front _ and inttt it coverx entkft Weff rctf HOB hetatct, thftt Its general assembly has condemtted. The couaca a to- resfllution and ia a tion tratisfcrriiig to the Na- ticrats the poroora, exercised rby the 6f Nattonsi under the COB- ventioaia- on narcotla Mem- bers, of this eororoitte-e are Cbbta, fcfttJSKZSZ Ceatrsil Opium opwrarng or the SaUons auspices. Spain, was among the council adopted by the-. United States detefste, "la it to, be -that the Franco- Js insvited to the permanent Feoriey.. by tha ehairmam that tfe> Spaai-sh "teu-st Feorrov .that tfce- Rosstan- sfovwurateot rc- Wrvsd its rtfbt to diseuss sub- ject in. dfitete teter, 1 Russia has condslsntly fwight te have- the Kationa break dMonnatM; relittloas, with ,iact ttet the United Na- tions is. tft aBBwartK Franca goverttmetrt regarding: tUe Opiurii Coateration thrBEN rat the of deajma wiHh at gev- in tfte Americarj SIOB; zone. Roasiaii .opposition- to; the: .q'uesticm, raised by the Yugoslav request, it appeared lately that all aspects _ of Dscn-Qbiarj shipyiBg wou-W' reeeiwe' a thorough, airing before- the- a'Qd re- port to the general assembly.' The Security Co-imeil was in, re- cess antil Friday, it wfli re- sume oia the Sawlet .Uferaiae'a charges- Shat Greece is dis-tsstb IB the BaBtaoa-. J5W? I of irtteimatioaaliaiag, Danubi! traffk cbirttols, as by the States, to- day of.'aa early tea-ring in. tha 'Elaitied Natrons EeoiMJeric- and So-- etol Cd.iius.eil; feteraticm. of the States: to seek a full hMtrfflg on tbe iasne of tfeeir eowB-triesf Gforaryko. said! IB- a pre- vious leferewe; had1 the- Rod re-reai a state- raiatst whicfe against Red Army. He dsclarerf notliing to tfcat' tbie- Ukraiirfa'a debate to tte f ptace can its ageaoa request %r Eanjel J. An-darseiiv Mead yesterday suggest- ing that, the Congressman lowed- ts testify for an IMWI a tfm'e> by his. Andtesswt said May's physician, fieri he wotsM be- suffiiierttly wcwteted from- heart ailment to eena-e to Washington Stem fas- Frestanislsmig; late this moBtbi tote Ands-rssa te that white "Very anKt'Otts" to. complete- iin-vestiga- tion of Erii Basisi Metal uets, Inc., antf compaiiiea operated, by. Hanry Garsson Jfetrray Garsson. it not Sesir'e to sat: a tfefimitfr Sate for a rn aratieipotioa of May testify in a bearing int. Wasbtajf- toa wiiAojit tnju-ry to- his- health, eoiamittee will then arrawge fatu 3 Mead Hs asited An- i3erse-fl-' to infontt tBe- eoraroittee when May's jihysreiana felt tfce tine arrivedi Brewster- tojtf a Ac. thotight it be UKssatisfas to- try ta question May at siessians, that nuifftt last- only oae.hoiir eacfe day. to view af the Targe jumibe-ra of ymj.ukJes csnraBitteeinea es> aiicjiress tB.Btoy, the COB-' Bright last for weetes if this ccrarse, were fol- 'laiwred, Biewster said, Suftpoeraaad: Juitjf May faiied to appear bacause Of' iltaass. .Later be sent committee a state- raent reiterating Ms (-total that be- profited' in any way from Ms association, with- Garssensi The Veterans: o{ Wars CamivaF vrjll tomigSit at T poo. in th'e carnival gurands the City Ball, Tte, 18-day attraetiou, featmiBy the Aiasrisan- ILegJora: carnwal Razes Bristol r-urniture Firm (SplJ The Company, ana the xaao-uifzctorers. of parts in the sectionv was destroyed by flre Wednesday nigrht wri-tEc an, estimated tess, 'of JEWeC: Of UffitowH ejrfgin, the fine begas in rear of bailfrr rooaai of rap-idly at frame bailiiing; and toi piles- oi lumber. JK SBiro'imdiHg ymcix. J. Reynolds, owner the plaat, said that a- sfeipJBe-nt of S951." 000: worth ol fci-mitiire- stioyed by firs- were ready to- been shipped- Thursday. fM- feet oi Timber" went Up SB he- said.. Three fce- an >rder, the pferat had got- ten' a itew drying into. tioa and had a new sCasif off lomfter and: 23- were to have to tfce 45 neselt weak, fee- stated. fitsuramce coyerage was about 36 per cent af the Beynoids said. "The worst gart af it he "that the ntachmery is irrep-laes- Firemen ia cheeh.- iuff threats, thae tfte- firs- wo-uJd- spread, to nearby totuMmsjs, includ- ing tfce Brtstot DKKW and JUimber across street, Keep Wafck Af City Dump Eire The sBteutdejiBg: Sit at city. dump wbtcb hss freea pfegoins fire- departnonea-t since- Monday, Chief said A clese wateh is Kept tec 'if the fire wiH "show itsiace :altlwu.gh the department's has, retumed1 to. the The fire, wWcft said- aearaen in. exeaas of. 3 month. to. the WfciSe a complete transcript of ease, wMcfc now owt of the board's bawls and to, hartds of Pr..' Ross saidi Smith OsKedIn "After -a TS-nfiln'ate board Steetetaa LB Adw. Wl-Diata W. Stcirth, chalSHiam of the Msritta-e Commission. was. Secretary Labor attended the weetirie, in Steclmati's i tfte 'op to maltfr -profcaWy ial tbe Ross, As the s.p-tea'iJ'iiJ-E waterfront to shatter the- prognfm, Ross told two otetoasfer M. Wage- tto aaff fight tt oat, with alf tfaat rtbat other with- Qusiatiasioffi aod'. ami tfte Judiistrx as. he WSB.- Those are 6he: Ross, entjfbaaised; that aetiog; af tte wage-piice- executive, -earlier of Febwary wfetcfc subjected! wage tn- to federal, ipprOTal before; Threat To All Labor Says AFL Of Ruling By of strHtine AFL'senaeo denauBced aa a "threat entile labor of thj United States" tile decision SlaWIiiati on -Board in stauct' pst tat its earlier wage hflfea ttirove ttwse CIO- seantea. to tbC'bittei- they proTjaisfld to- earrj- mit "plans la secure support of tiiff entire U. S. liabor ia- C3EO and tw aid us regain the rtgjbt'of -.fine- fa whfefc the acttoa bas cfenled -us." lit aa-' tehtgrara-.' -te; WSB, the strike leaders tmnacd.' action aa "criminal-'- and imion-bti arul added "Tbe eemtinusnec greatast geneial in- Mstory ot'titte squarely, en .your strifco-tors tion tos- repercussfomf of tlx "na- where .'the. worlds greatest biliied behind: ehftiri The era an-d WatertcJuJers an annouced its- througb-oot nation would joes AFL atrtftat todiay. _ Tifht Harry surer of the. Sailors Union of Pacific and prMident of tie "Sea- farers1 tteay eooW usciJ as a feveff to wise or ta. increase charges facers- iBteraatiOinal .Titian agaftnst tiw strikvEtgf ujiio3isi-'S9Bid' iffi Saw alstt his re- paeiflc _ to- coordinate M wett as >arta wouM- be.tween psvernKkeat agencies, Ross tight" saW. "The This issue in ptedged' ita iWT between the MaritBai'e a ujewtijiJC wftfe-tteft wfekfa espouses the- AFL viewpoint, tittte stiikt conraaittee. and the WSB, which, rated last picket the Bigbt that two AFL seafsriB-g- rat-i the metal, wtirkew ioms are'nW entitled te higher tecreases. than CIO mnionists ConHBf OB tttc WSBf a action. granted nk June nltteate authority re- posoi tbe second war powsia act. Ross said, but be fee was- Sot to diseoas the possibility of the Lundefcerg said: expeat snything of "I didn't froia afraid to. change- their want to hurt their .WBB's Aug. 23 ruling limiting to. time 'the WSBfty ClOseamert tlM Br-ottgitt a' new arogfe ioto the tight of tbt aH-coast dispute. Tbe I SCC-SUS" tor WW wuw' nScwttWy on, eoast and' JK-Sfi- OB tfiw east gjj' tip. their 'on ercry port, tttt WSB last night declared that the Alt--saa- Jarers- Brest coatant with, wsigo increases "pattern" set for CIO seamen. Thus the White House found ML- (See J) Is a pa-rty to CIO strf wage coa-traict3v since f it still- atqat of aer- j coast. Stoaajr raises wtti woat- 6y eftant fleet.. Ithe' Marinte IitdJepeiideBt'- as; aaiwtrasts. oiorad to- tight- line- jofnt cornrmtte-e urged a 24-hmir work stoppage by all; Araaxican labor in the m-cttt the WSB rejected Telegrams urginj; suc'h a stoppagu were' sent to Philip Murray, presi- dent of the and WUljam Green, pr asidnnst oj the Little Possibility Seen Of U.S. 'Squatters Invasion' ers see- scant possibtE-tjf of London's "squatters'" spreading icFois tits Atlantic. Rep, Clare- Booth IAMB got pMges of cooperation from, fter- appeal to veterans' representiitives on tht locsl, or aatiotial level to meet the Siora." son .W. Wyatt on .the English saying; By Ttoe even Jn- arftkal Baftsgrng. said a state- aad; vety difficnlt toi ni-erat by Gfllwrt. HarriaMt of New- eottinguisli due to- tfee large, mownnfel Totjr, nattontaJ vice cftainnan off sawdust at Veterans. tam-pora-rHy xoaJer eon-trol, tbt CAVO-., 1 17.A iiit.iVI ill -Iwa '''Wh'jimor' 'discJesed. wi: be opem' break out again te.tfee some 16T Baawtie Kfver craft from z p.r., by iwased exists, bowe-veir, a-ad voltBitary action to- tte "roent eritment seiaaw'ajni" allocation rf[ Tb-e AMVETS vacant ot-WwM Bli-t the vetetart.s' ffisagrsed in with her view Wire: "We have faitfe that "CantBEnjabt elements'" a rntowojuenl can be solved, fty tltaysai-4- Tfee of Fareign Wars Bated- that VFW' already recoot- coiuieiaBatrda o{ vacant il necessary to- sfte-lter vet- and- tbete "There are na signs aoiy mo.ve by Aroe-rkan veterana to 'tajte ower (A and wfK ai4 bis and other agencies' evety lite .teie- gijtm-, sigjied by Jaelc W. nations.! commander, weut "Tfee Jtaertcan gre-higftly respectful: of inStrtdual piopefffar rigHts. This we; wHTS pvedttde any moss, raovemsnta which would ta estabfisfe, sq-aiattfnj; as Legioa's. viiaw, ex- pressed- by Gas Nadeau. tor ol that "ru> CoMBrran-isi: gjrowp powerful to. launch a sqimt-in campaign. we- up -are. (urastMiintJ very told reporters.. "Wv will solvu the problem is necessary far, government   

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