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Kingsport News (Newspaper) - May 17, 1967, Kingsport, Tennessee 18 Kingsport news wednesday May 17, 1967 28 Southern cars derail. No in tides Jefferson City Twenty eight cars of a Southern railway freight train derailed near Here monday night but officials said the wreckage was cleared by Early tuesday there were no injuries in the crash of the 115-car train which was in route from Asheville . To Knoxville when the derailment occurred. About 50 workmen Laboured through the night in an Effort to Clear the track by Earl tuesday. Two derricks were utilized in the operation to untangle the cars Many of which were loaded with heavy equipment and Sand. Workers Al the scene Sak cars were turned upside Down and sideways and Many the cos were torn off. A passenger train was scheduled to pass Over the same line later monday night by it was stopped Al Morristown the passengers were taken to Knoxville by bus. 2 men charge each other the cases of two Kings or men who have lodged charge against each other was rese tuesday for thursday at 10 in sessions court. Richard Caldwell 157 Caldwell St., accuse William Charles Jones sr., o carrying a Rifle and pointing it at my. Jones in turn charges Ilia Caldwell threatened his seven year old son William Charles Jones or. Jones was released under Bond. Caldwell was released on his own Bond. Both incidents were alleged to have occurred last thursday. Seoul up wearing a Lue u. S. Air Force uniform sgt. Billy j. Cox tuesday be came the first american serv Ceman to be tried by a South korean court. He faced charges of arson and assault. Cox 29, of fall Branch Tenn. Ivas accused of setting fire to i House where his korean girl Riend lived and of beating a korean taxi Driver. He pleaded innocent to both charges. South Korea acquired Legal jurisdiction Over american servicemen stationed there under a status of forces agreement it signed with the United states and which went into effect feb. 9. Under the agreement South korean authorities have Crimin Al jurisdiction Over offences involving off duty american servicemen. One stipulation of the agreement allows servicemen charged with criminal offences of Wear their military uniforms n court instead of the Trade ional White Robe worn by korean defendants. The prosecution contends Cox set fire to the House of miss Eum Yung soon 26, when he arrived on feb. 20 and found her not at Home. Prosecutor Lee Keun Kae charged Cox Bleak week the umbrella and a dreary Spring. Times news photo the drooping leaves Tell the Story of Carter 3 most area residents tired of carrying umbrellas and wearing j raincoats and galoshes could care less but a 29 year record for Hie amount of rain during the month of May could be broken this month. All the rain must do to Sel i the record perish the thought is to keep falling the Way it has for the of the month. First 15 Days but even if it does Slacken up a Good bit and the record in t broken a few More drizzle his month would hike the amount of rain Over the 37-year average. Chiee meteorologist Jerry Johnson at Tri City Airport said a total1 of 3.20 inches has fallen so far this month and .63 of that was during the past 24 hours. The record rainfall for May Vas set Back in 1938, when in weather Man measured 5.25 inches. Highest amount for any 24 hour period was 2.44 on May 1938. Average rainfall for May outstanding Volunteer heart award is presented an Elizabeth ton businesswoman and heart association Volunteer received an outstanding Volunteer trophy at the recent annual meeting of the Tennessee heart association in Chattanooga which four other area delegates also attended. Mrs. Carl gouge was presented the award at the annual president s dinner by or. Laurence a. Grossman president of the Tennessee heart association. Attending the convention in the scientific sessions were Jack Vaughn Kingsport mrs. Kathleen Beal Rogers Ime and w. J. Patterson and Frank j. Mooney jr., Bristol. Mrs. Gouge has been an Active Volunteer with the appalachian heart association in upper East years. Tennessee for hearing Sel a Kingsport Man was arrested monday night on a charge of assault and Battery lodged by his wife. The Man Wilmer James Wallen 30, 1670 Houston ave., was picked up by Sullivan county deputies Robert Ireson and e. B. Russell at 7 . He is accused by mrs. Louise Wallen of striking her with his fists. Raines clinics set in Hawkins Rogersville rabies clinics will be conducted in Hawkins county beginning thursday Gary Phillips sanitation officer with the Hawkins county health d e apartment announced tuesday. Phillips and or. Thomas Slaughter veterinarian will be at the Surgoinsville Bank parking lot thursday. Friday they will be at Liberty Hill. A clinic will be held at Carter s Valley elementary school May 24, and the last will be at Church Hill elementary school May 2li. All clinics will begin at . During the past 37 years is 3.45 inches. Smallest amount to hit the area during the month of May was .95 inches away Back in 1939. So far this month Johnson said May 3, 5, and 10 have Jeen the Only Days without rain. Five Days have seen the appearance of thunderstorms. Normally we Only have seven thunderstorms during an entire the Weatherman Aid. Those of you who May think the rain probably set a record of some kind during certain heavy downpours Are doomed to disappointment. The greatest amount in any time this month was a 6-hour period monday when .39 inches fell. During the Rainy month of Way 1938, a one hour period iad a maximum of 1.23 inches. There was also a 30-minute period that wet May when 1.05 inches of rain fell on the area. Since 1960 rain during May has been measured As follows 1960, 2.02 inches 1961, 2.31 inches 1962, 1.69 inches 1963, 4.64 inches 1964, 2.27 inches 1965, 2.75 inches and 19g6, 1.31 inches. Blue skies Are in the future however. The Weatherman is predicting increasing cloudiness and Light showers this afternoon but not prolonged As during the past two weeks and at less1 frequent intervals. We do expect More prolonged dry periods most Likely bring ing us Back to a Normal precipitation regime for said Johnson. Hawkins school schedule Rogersville the 1967-68 Hawkins county school schedule has been announced by superintendent j. 0. Harville. The schedule based on 180 school Days Calls for the first Day of school on a Friday aug. 25. Teachers will begin pre school in service training aug. 23 at the Rogersville High school and meet at their individual schools aug. 24. Holidays listed Are labor Day sept. 4 teachers meeting oct 27 thanksgiving nov. 23-24 Christmas dec. 19-Jan. 2, 1968 and Spring vacation april 5 15. The last Day of the 1967-68 school year is May 31. Wage hour office set up Johnson City need to Snow More about compliance with the fair labor standards act wage and hour the . Department of labor is setting up a new service or residents of the Johnson City area who do need to know. How much of an investment docs the average 18-year-old youngster in Sullivan county represent what has it Cost his parents to rear him from infancy to age 18? most parents Haven t the slightest idea. They Don t think of their children in terms of dollars and cents. Beyond knowing that the outlay at certain periods has been Large sometimes staggering they have never thought about the total Cost. According to studies along this line made by the Institute of life insurance the Agri culture department and others the Cost varies greatly from family to family but is closely related to income. On the average about four years of family earnings arc spent in raising a child to Afie 18. The studies show that where not income is in he to Range As it is with the average Sullivan Coli Only family the outlay per child is approximately among families in to category the urn in the neighbourhood of per child it is found. On the other hand those with Low incomes operating on a much tighter budget spend considerably less than this. In most families the largest single item of expense is food. The figures show that a girl consumes about Worth in the 18 years based on present Price Levels but that a boy outdoes her in that department by ill least far the average income family other major items of Cost Are listed based on Ilic National studies. They include clothing transportation and medical care close to Abdul to this arc recreation education housing and care. Fortunately these costs Are distributed Over Tho 18 years. Not so Are the medical fees Hospital Bills and other expenses in connection with Hie child s birth. How much does it All add up to for the boys and girls in Sullivan county who arc becoming 18 this year on the basis of average Cost per child locally it comes in a grand total of and Ali in is Only up in the Point at which they arc ready to enter College. Pat Meloan regional director of the division said a Telephone service has been placed into operation. If you be had trouble contacting an investigator you can leave a message at number 928-6001. The new Field station is at the . Post office building 338 East main Street. Due to the fact that our personnel is limited in Johnson City it is impossible to have an investigator answer Al Telephone Calls and we believe this new service will be of much Hepp to the general Meloan said. Investigators Melvin l. Baker and Bill a. Belt arc available to meet with any person 01 o r g a n i z a t i o n d e s i r i n g information. Wife lodges assault charge Arthur Jackson jr., 28, 1017 e. Sullivan St., was fined in City court tuesday morning on an assault and Battery charge brought by his wife. Forfeitures taken Kenneth c. Moclock 22, it. 6, Vogors Villa disorderly conduct and carrying arms Hay k. Winston 23, 1005 s. Caslmon hd., disorderly conduct mid Oscar s. Howl Rio 009 Maple St., following Loo closely koreans charge fall Branch i was enraged went in a fit of anger Over miss bum s absence at the time of his the prosecution contended Cox beat the cab Driver during an argument Over Hie fare. Cox who has a wife in the United states testified in answer to prosecution questioning he did not know about the fire until the next Day after he re turned to his base. He said he went to the House where miss Eum rented a room and was told she was out. Cox said he waited in miss bum s room about three hours drink ing Beer for her to return. When he left he slopped by a dressmaker s to pick up a dress he had ordered for his wife. The air Force sergeant said he then took a taxi Back to the base and got into an argument with the Driver Over the fare. Cox said the Driver grabbed the dress he had bought for his wife and tried to flee. He said he caught the Driver and threw him to the ground. First in korean air Force Billy j. Cox of fall Branch sits in court As his trial opens in Seoul. The creation of a criminal court exclusively for Sullivan county May do More than ease the Burden of circuit judge h. Conway Smith it May also make the jobs of other Sullivan circuit judges easier. That was the consensus of Legal opinion Here tuesday after the state House of representatives passed a Bill monday night which will remove the county criminal court from the 20th judicial circuit and place it in a newly created 26th judicial circuit. The Bill will become Taw later this week when gov. Buford Ellington signs it. The setup of the new court has not yet been disclosed but local observers believe it will follow the pattern of circuit courts in meeting three times a year March november and july and May Convene in adjourned sessions when necessary. The Bill provides that the judge who would be appointed to serve until the next general ejection could interchange with other judges when requested. He thus would be available to sit in place of judge John r. Todd of Law court part i Chancellor Dayton Phillips of chancery court part i and judge Howard Witt of Law and chancery courts part ii in Case of illness or an overcrowded docket. Although Sullivan county s current criminal docket contains a backlog of cases brought about by the fact that judge Smith must spend much of the year in coming events the Public is invited fish Fry the Central Heights Puritan club is sponsoring a fish supper Friday at the Central Heights school from 6 to 8 . The school is located 10 Miles East of Kingsport on the super Highway. Club supper the Mcpheeter s Bend Community club is sponsoring a supper saturday May 20, beginning at . In the Mcpheeter s Bend Community Center building. Talent show Bell Ridge school will present a Talent show thursday at . Admission will be 35 cents for children and 75 cents for adults. Open House Kingsport girls club will hold an open House thursday from to 9 ., with refreshments served by the club. It s located at 1102 Mill St. Chicken and Ham supper Rock Springs . Is sponsoring a Chicken and Ham supper at the Church Fellowship Hall Friday from 5 to . Tickets available from any member or at the door. Rummage Sale the Cassidy methodist my is sponsoring a rummage Sale saturday May 20, from 8 . To 1 ., at 728 East Center St. Art exhibit the annual Spring Art exhibit of the Kingsport Art Guild is being held in the Mead auditorium at j. Fred Johnson Library. All types of paintings from traditional to modernistic is being shown through saturday. The Handiwork of about 40 members is being displayed. Club Calendar today women s symphony commit tee annual Spring luncheon May 17 at Ridge Fields country club for installation of officers. William Crowther and Jack Mauk will have a musical pro Gram. Members May bring guests. For reservations Call mrs. Schulken 246-6947, or mrs. Heiberger 245-5914. Thursday 54 night social club ., May 18, at the pet Dairy Chi Broom for regular meeting. American association of University women . May 18, for Spring banquet. Joseph Fuller and William Roesgen will discuss trial by mass for reservations Call mrs. Otis Bridwell 245-4259. Cedar Grove hoc ., May 18, at the Home of mrs. Charles Phipps Wadlow Gap Road. Friday Frances Ilauno chapter 467 Oes May 10, for regular meeting. Visiting members arc Welcome. Iris Garden club ., May 19, at the Home of mrs. Hugh Gladson 1249 a Plauga is. Program w i 1 i f o w o r s Aitkin gement Hail bounteous May in Basket. Civic wednesday civic auditorium i . Torn a Cliv gym arc ration activities . Thursday civic auditorium Shower of Lily Corner room non smokers mtg. Blue room Shower parly clubs 1, 2, 3 Shower party clubs 4 8. 5 teen Center Douglass gym recreation activities . Friday civic auditorium country music show 8 . Boys choir Blue room . Shower party Blue room Shower party Corner room Shower party club rooms teen Center 8 Douglass pm recreation activities . New dimension Low so new and feature full h is truly a new dimension in tires Al. Tire service pm a Center St. 2in.fi721 Hawkins Hamblen and Greene counties the new judge probably will not hold criminal court daily throughout his term because he would soon run out of cases. Last year the docket reportedly held about 500 cases now it s Down to Between 300 and 400. Sullivan county grand juries also May be called upon More frequently. Currently a grand jury meets Only one or two Days at the beginning of a term of court and another couple of Days at the Start of the. Following term. While no judge has yet been appointed to sit on the new Bench times news political editor Ellis Binkley reported from Nashville last week that county attorney John Byers has the inside track. Binkley said the governor had received no letters supporting any other candidate. Five Sullivan county students on Honor Roll five Sullivan county students received highest honors on the Dean s list for the 19g7 Winter Quarter at the University of Tennessee and 12 were named to High honors. Fifty six others were named to honors on the Dean s list. Named to highest honors from the county were Terry Kent Begley Danna Susan King Wyatt Allen Knight. Steve Lee Quisenberry and Hugh Eaton Rowlett or. Given High honors were Anne Elizabeth Brumit John Thomas Bush Ore Stephen Philip Clegg Steven Douglas Clevinger Carol Elaine Crowley Charles Sidney Ellis Daniel Eugene Griffin Elizabeth Worley Haffner Judy Carol Moretich John Raymond Palisano William Thomas Singleton jr., and Linda Darlene Wolfe. Receiving honors on the Dean s list were the following David Lee Baker Ralph Edd Baldock jr., Martha Ellen Barnes Richard Larry Barr Gary Walter Barric Jar Marcia Lynne Bennett Rosalee Ann Booher Samuel Keith Bouchillon James Howard Bowen Edwin m. Bowmanjr Maria Darlene Brown James h. Carmackjr. Dennis Lee Collier Michael Lee Collins Frederick James Conklin Don William acc or we. Swindell Credle jr., Larry Michael Cuddy Connie Lee Davis George Earl Devault jr., Charlton r. Do vault jr., Robert Clive Devault Richard Allen Flaglor Rita Gail Forsha Gary Curtis Frady Betly Louise Gustafson Ellen Hardwick Charles David Harkleroad Phillip Henry Harmon Anne Marie Harris. Randall Edward Jessee Ida Diana Jones Marsha Katherine Jones Martha Louise King Thomas Harrison Lane. Nancy Anne m. Tarkoy Andrew David Lewis Thomas t. Mcneer Iii Phillip William Moffit Judith Ann Owen Diane Marie Palisano David Edward Pendleton Marjorie Ruth Pendleton Robert Francis Phlegar. Linda Sharon Robbins Anna Celeste Senter James David Shoemaker Thomas Clay Sivert Amy Sharon Smith Marina Carol Snyder Barbara Jean Spetnagel Hugh Kyle still Duane Patrick Tallman David b. Taylor jr., David Vandervort and George Hopkins Wood or. Reasons. Loans up to terms up to 36 finance Thrift in Kin sport 218 cast Market Street.215-3137 1173 n. Eastman he. Ground 217-6176 shopping Cwi tur other Community offices to serve you in Bristol 8 filth Street.761-1161 in Johnson City 210 Kris main Street.928-210-1 in h isl Lvi i ill l Sot Vino Ilia of Fici Luiaco lot Over i 6

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