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Kingsport News (Newspaper) - June 7, 1967, Kingsport, Tennessee Appalachia has budget Appalachia thei Appalachia town Council approved a budget of presented by town manager John Fletcher at the group s meeting tuesday night. Fletcher also reported bids were ready to be let on the new sewer system. In his report Fletcher announced there will be a Public hearing in july on a proposed tax Levy of on each of the assessed value of All Teal estate and improvements area men in service brakes fail two injured in mashup two people received minor in juries tuesday evening in crash at the intersection Hemlock Road and Highway 23, state Highway patrol offi situated within the town of Appalachia. Also proposed will be a tax Levy of per on All personal property in the town except rolling Stock of corporations operating railroads and upon All property subject to nation by the town and not Serwise provided for which 11 be taxed in the sum of .50 on each of the As used capital of merchants do g business in the town. Also proposed will be one Ollar per capita tax for each Tizen Over than 21 years of be. Bailey Gibson Rush Fife and Arry Munsey candidates tinning As a team for town Council appeared before the to discuss a request to town registrar to copy the own registration Book. The Iree said they were denied chess to the books. Gibson who was spokesman r the group said they had led suit through attorney Glen filkas of Jonesville against vials reported. Sgt. Hugh Barger. Who investigated the crash said occurred when the brakes failed on an Aulo driven by mrs. Rose. Barger said mrs. Rose s Auto struck one driven by James Edward Dunham of Gate City a. The second car Barger said then skidded around and i a third vehicle driven by Henrj p. Kisler or. Of route 3 Kingsport. Mrs. Rose and Dunham wer taken to Holston Valle Community Hospital where the were treated for their injuries and released according t officials. Kisler was uninjured. No charges were filed Barge said pending further investigation. Youths drop Microscope two youths grabbed Microscope at the Kings or camera shop on Cheroke Street tuesday but dropped when they were spotted b another boy. Patrolman Vernon Moore a the boys ambled into the Sho and began acting suspicious then snatched the micros co and fled. They were pursued by t other youth and abandoned the equipment in an Alley behin the shop Moore said. Neither youth was identified ers. Lucille registrar for Hillman town Access to the registration Book. He said the county judge Long or. Had issued a ourt order for mrs. Hillman i make the Book available. It was never established using the discussion whether be court order had been served it Gibson said they had not received Access to the books o Date. Also discussed was a report hat Gibson Fife and Munsey Ivere suing the present town government for Access to the books. The report was false and he suit was directed at mrs. Lillman the three said. The town government was not implicated in any Way in the suit according to Gibson and he three apologized to the coun in for this error. The mayor or. R. C. Bray also chairman of the Highway committee reported to the Council on a trip to Richmond va., made by a committee of area citizens to discuss routing of Highway 23 through App Techia with commissioner Douglas b. Fugale. Or. Bray reported the trip and discussion were highly successful and All committee members had an Opportunity to present their views on routing Highway 23 through Appalachia when it is rebuilt. Or. Bray said they also discussed the problem of Highway 23 presently crossing Railroad tracks in the town. He said the Long trains often delay traffic. Next town Council meeting will be july 11. Fred a. Baskell son of Frank a. Baker who resides on Wyandotte Avenue big Stone Gap has been promoted to airman first class in the u. S. Air Force. Airman Baker is a protective coating specialist at Suffolk county fab n. Y. Me is a member of the air defense command which provides aerospace defense against hostile aircraft and missiles. The airman is a 1964 graduate of Powell Valley High school. Darrell r. Baker son of or. And mrs. Fred Baker of Clintwood has been promoted to staff sergeant in the u. S. Air Force. Sgt. Baker is a Baker at Orlando fab Fla. He is a member of the military Airlift command which operates a global Airlift system for u. S. Forces employing More than modern aircraft. The sergeant served during the korean War. Sergeant Baker attended Clintwood High school and completed requirements for his diploma after entering the air Force. His wife Geraldine is the daughter of Stuart Damron of Clintwood. Seaman recruit Gerald l. Mccain us 19, son of or and mrs. Vernon k. Mccain of 307 Mcihinney ave., Rogersville has been graduated from nine weeks of Navy Basic training at the naval training Center great lakes Iii. Pvt Bobby k. Furches 19, son of or. And mrs. Carlos e Furches 316 s. Cherokee St., Jonesboro has completed a 12-week communications Center specialist course at the army Southeastern signal school it. Gordon a. He was trained to operate teletype sets and other communications equipment. Pvt Dale h. Williams 22, son of or. And mrs. Pat Williams route 2, Gate City has completed eight weeks of advanced training As a combat Engineer at it. Leonard Wood to. During his training he received instruction in combat squad tactics use of infantry weapons and Engineer reconnaissance. The private s wife sue lives on route 3, Holiday Hills Kingsport. Morristown James Idward Dailey 25, was fatally hot tuesday afternoon in Lamblin county near the Russellville Community and officers said his brother in Law would be charged with murder. Deputy Gale Zarigan who called to the scene on old tree Springs Road which s about five Miles East of Morristown shortly after the shooting said j. W. Rucker 34, of Russellville was being iced in county jail and would de charged this morning with the shooting. Jarnigan said Dailey also from Russellville was shot at least twice in the Chest with a .25 Caliper pistol. Jarnigan said a witness Joe Carmichael of Russellville who said he was a Friend a-2c Dee gr1zzel, son of or. And mrs. D. H. Grizzel route 3, Gate City has recently been promoted to airman second class. Grizzel is with the 3rd munitions maintenance Squadron at Anderson air Force base Guam. Pvt Billy w. Bitton 21, son of or. And mrs. Dan a. Britton route 1, Chuckey has completed eight weeks of advanced infantry training at it. Mcclellan Ala. He received specialized instruction in Small unit tactics and in firing such weapons As the m-14 Rifle the m-60 machine gun and the 3.5-Inch rocket Russellville Man shot killed near Morristown of the pair told him Dailey and Rucker were Silling on the Side of the Road one mile Northeast of Rte Seuville when he and two other friends l. C. Blevins jr., and Jake Bewley joined them. Jarnigan said Carmichael told him the pair had been arguing since monday although Carnigan said Hie reason for the argument has not been Learned. In the midst of the argument according t o Carmichael Rucker said ill just Stool and then pulled his gun from a pocket and fired it. Jarnigan said Dailey was apparently killed instantly and was dead when he arrived shortly after the incident. Dailey leaves his wife and a Small child. Rogersville Low rent units Rogersville Rogersville has received approval for an additional 50 of rent housing units director Glen Carroll told the Rogersville housing authority at the group s meeting tuesday night. Carroll said his office has about 180 applications for housing at the present time. The new projects will bring Ebe total number of units in Rogersville to 138. Fifty units Are now under construction and the authority should be Able to let bids on an additional 50 units by january. The authority voted to raise the income limit for persons eligible for Low rent housing to per year for one working person and per year Foi two workers. Carroll said since the mini mum wage has been raised the income limit made a Large umber of people ineligible of he housing. According to Carroll Ahou 0 per cent of the resident in the housing projects Are o welfare and pay a Mont for rent. The raise in income limit will not effect the rent charge for the housing. The Board voted to hire Gua and associates Knoxville architects for housing project in Surgoinsville an Rogersville. De Thorn a architect for the Rutledge project asked the Board approval on resubmitting to application for project. To motion was approved. The commissioners adjourned subject to Call for approval Church Hill Low rent project should approval be receive from Atlanta before the be meeting. Wednesday june 7, 19c7 Kingsport news s coming events Friday Fairview chapter no. 80, Oes Church Hill ., june 9, banquet at Church Hill elementary school to Honor worthy grand Matron and worthy grand Patron. Grand View no. 411, Oes 8 ., june 9, in the masonic Hall at Gray station for regular meeting. Kingsport chanter wives who ., june 8. Capt. Tic hard Davidson who has just turned from a year s tour in Vietnam will be on hand to Alk and answer any questions bout Vietnam. All wives of Ervie Emen now on Active duty with armed forces Are eligible or membership in the club Lothers Are also Welcome. Kingsport Rebekah Lodge no 7, ., june 8, will meet at the Lodge Hall for regular meetings. The Public is invited rummage Sale Circle no. 2 of it. Carmel methodist Church will hold a rummage Sale at 728 k. Center St. This morning beginning at 8 Club Calendar thursday Kingsport Kozy Korner m., june 8. Circle 1, with los. James w. Johnson 2309 Glenwood Circle 3, with ars. Fred Webb 520 w. Sullivan Lynn View band Bouse cars 30 ., june 8, at the school or regular meeting. Proffitt acres hoc ., Une 8, at the Home of mrs. Carson Light. Underwriters set convention president elect of the Tennessee association of life underwriters Hagan h. Stevens of Bristol will preside at the convention to be held in Chattanooga june 15-17. David Pack Tennessee commissioner of insurance and banking is the major guest speaker. He will conduct a seminar on ethics at the general session Friday afternoon june 1g. Short on Cash clean up year end Bills h with a Low Cost the City finance loan 90 Day notes 5500.00 due in 90 Days no monthly payments instalment Loans Cash 1000.00 1375.00 2000.00 months 36 36 36 payments 35.50 49.00 71.00 other Loans to or Morel real estate Loans open saturdays til City finance 133 Broad St. Kingsport pm. 246-6137 shop monday and Friday until other Days until shop monday and Friday until other Days until Kingsport for a cooler summer a reversible window exhaust fan by Atkins 17.88 10-Inch Blade push out steam heat from kitchens. Install at top of window upper Sash can be raised or lowered at will. Manually reversible to pull air in to any room. Adjustable panels fit space u inches High. Use your Miller s account d-781 housewares second floor Kingsport Jantzen s sporting necessities for the Leisure life for ladies who d like a Little help with their figures when out in the summer Sun. 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