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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - April 8, 1953, Kingsport, Tennessee20 wed., april 8, 1953 Kingsport times . Publisher tells of Viditto offices of pravda editor s note Tel in Lei written by Publ liver h. Bull. In. Hot Infra. A. Cwa the w 10 m4 by John h. Riddle written for halted press Moscow up if anyone had told me a couple of months ago that i would pay a visit to the office of the soviet news paper pravda during the easter season i would have told him to have his head examined. Then i did t even expect to be in Moscow. But when an old newspaper Man visits a new town he makes straight for the local newspaper office. It was the same in mos cow. I visited pravda yesterday on a history making Day when a front Page announcement set Forth the policy you have Al ready read in your Dally news paper concerning the release of the doctors wrongly jailed. This news greeted foreign correspondents earlier about . While i was phoning my Dally Story to the United press office in London. Suddenly the scene in the Tele graph office changed from one of . Calm to a hectic Rush. All foreign correspondents in Moscow dashed in and Henry East Tennessee and Here. Shapiro the United press by 5. Uncertain stability of in Valley needs for new jobs Chattanooga the Tennessee Valley must have peacetime Industry to Advance a Tva economist said tuesday. Stefan h. Robock chief Indus trial economist for the Tennes see Valley authority in an address to the Tennessee Valley Public Power association s seventh annual convention said in the Long pull the Tennes see Valley must look to expansion of private Enterprise along lines not governed primarily by defense he said that since 1929 Indus try has expanded More rapidly in the Valley than in the South East or in the nation As a whole but he added there Are prob lems facing future Advance. He said they Are 1. Not enough new jobs to take care of All the people who left farming plus those who first entered the labor Market. 2. Despite recent rapid industrialization the Valley is still relatively undeveloped industrially. 3. This is an area of High birth rate. 4. High dependence of the re Gion upon employment in de sense facilities such As the Oak Ridge atomic Energy Plant the Huntsville ala., Redstone Arsenal and ordnance works in up Reau manager Here stuck his head in my Telephone Booth Yelling Don t let go of that line to London. I la have a Flash in a few so i finished my Story then discussed London weather and Moscow weather our return itinerary our trip to the Krem every subject you can think of. Meanwhile Shapiro kept com ing in Reading his Story in sections. Then while waiting for the next or Page of his dispatch i carried on conversationally. I was dead tired but too thrilled to be sleepy for having assisted in an International headline news Story. Dawn was breaking in the sky silo getting Church Spires As i made my Way Back to the National hotel. The big red stars on the Kremlin towers still burned brightly As i rolled into bed at . I was up again at nine for breakfast and a trip to the portent government defense operations. 6. Dwindling supplies of important resources such As plentiful Low Cost electric Energy. We should also devote our Robock said to the other resources in the area that will help to attract Allandale Angus cattle like those pictured Here on the Allandale farm will go on Sale at auction thursday and buyers from at least seven Southeastern states Are expected to be on hand to bid. It is the first production Sale Ever held from the Allandale Herd founded -10 years ago. Seven bulls and 44 females All registered Are offered. Allandale farm owned by h. C. Brooks is on the Knoxville Highway across from the in trance to Holston ordnance works area b. Times news equipment is made on the out skirts of the City. I went through the Plant with Ivan Ivanovich Karzov chief Engineer. Cars buses and trucks Roll off Assembly lines. Karzov said a new truck was produced every five minutes. Last night we wound up our pleasant visit at a reception Anc motion picture As dinner guests of the Hall of soviet journalists. After a few drinks of red georgian wine we were invited to the movie Hall where editor Troyanovsky of the news introduced the great it consisted of excerpts of ballets we be seen and of the operas Price Igor and Ivan Susan we leave this afternoon for Stalin Auto works. We were among the first americans since the end of the Berlin by railway through Bye War to inspect this huge sprawl Orussia Poland and East Ger ing Plant where automotive i Many fighting Chance seen for merger of 2 big unions Washington up sur prised officials of the Al and Cio agreed today there is a fighting Chance that current negotiations will Lead to merger of the two big labor organizations. The Union chiefs buckled Down to the task of trying to build a single House of labor with a new optimism. It grew out of a surprisingly successful opening Unity con Ference tuesday. Top level committees led by presidents Walter p. Reuther of the Cio and George Meany of the Al held a three hour ses Sion and came up with a Long Range plan that could Lead to a merger. As the first step a six Man subcommittee headed by Meany and Reuther was appointed to draw up recommendations to halt raiding Between rival Al and Cio unions in the same Field. Bitter clashes in such industries As textiles and electrical manufacturing have been frequent As one Union sought to oust the other As bar gaining agent for the workers. Union leaders who had seen Little Chance of merger before the session viewed the working plan As definite one official who seemed to represent the majority sentiment said it went much better than i thought it woman Driver wins from a male traffic club meets finns most literate at Ridge Fields cd Trenton n. J. Of that much maligned species of to woman by got a Pat on the Back today. A new York Driver male that is wrote a letter to the state motor vehicle director saying in part i could t help but notice car bearing License in 390, and driven by a woman being handled so expertly and after passing a car always moving Over to the right. It was so noticeable that i Felt your office would be glad to hear about a Good Driver for a the motor vehicle department checked the License number then sent the following letter to mrs. Althea Roane Martie a Tea neck housewife in order for a woman to win in Praise of a male operator in Uiese Days of Highl competitive traffic the lady must indeed Merit the state Park agitation Penn Van n. Y. Up in Terest is mounting throughout Central new York for establish ment of a state Park at Lake Kezuka in the Finger lakes re Gion. Proponents of the Park say the site s natural advantages including 30 acres of level Lake front feet of Shoreline a rugged Glen a Waterfall nearly 100 feet High and acres of for ested Hillside make the location Ideal. About 50 members of the appalachian traffic club attended a dinner meeting at Ridge Fields club Here last night. E. H. Lambkin of Indianapolis Paris Are the most literate people in the world the United states has the largest proportion of High i school students and Britain has the biggest relative number of newspaper readers a United nations Survey said today. Friendly relation i Knoxville Tenn. Unidentified woman for whom police recovered a stolen Iron refused to prosecute the thief with the statement Why visits me All the see for yourself emos May fight plan to shake up agriculture Deal. Washington of indications that Senate democrats will fight president Eisenhower s plan for reorganizing the Agri culture department Drew cries of politics today from some re publicans. I certainly Hope the demo cratic leadership has not singled out agriculture As a political said chairman Aiken a it of the Senate agriculture committee. Sen. Ferguson also in an interview said we can expect that because they Hope to make some votes out of Agri cultural both referred to an announce ment yesterday by chairman i pictures of her daughter be Lyndon b. Johnson Tex of the fore and alter taking Kofu Ecol. Senate democratic policy com mrs. Shelton states Mittee that democrats want full when our daughter Dona hearings on the Eisenhower plan was sever years old she had Dona Faye Shelton mrs. Harvey Shelton of Laoj Lette Tenn., submitted the service on Boll film ind., sales manager for Flower moving service May was speaker of the evening. He stressed the importance of mov ing people and their keyed up service to the general Public today. Fleetwood Gruver president of the traffic organization said he considered this a most Success Ful meeting. Members from Johnson City Bristol and Kings port were in the gathering. Only one finn in 100 can not read the in educational scientific and cultural Organiza Tion reported while in Large areas of Africa and Asia Only one person in 100 can read. Poor appetite and for six months had been bothered with fainting spells. She ate very Little was Pale underweight and seemed to feel weak and lifeless. She also seemed. Very nervous. She had to miss much time in school that she failed. To pass her grades. For six months starting in de Cember 1950, Dona Faye had faint ing spells. 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