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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - April 14, 1953, Kingsport, Tennessee12 tuesday april k1ngsport times committee named to probe electric Bills in Gale City Gate City a. City town Council appointed a committee of councilmen and Lay citizens monday night to meet with a representative of the appalachian electric Power co. Next week to discuss recent Power Bills. About 150 citizens appeared at a special Council meeting Here monday night in a complaint of electric Power costs and the Fol lowing committee was appointed Hugh Shanks and Eugene Falin councilmen and George Adams mrs. Jack St. Martin and Fred Mcconnell. They Are scheduled to meet the Power company personnel at the courthouse at . Next monday. A rate in crease granted to the company in february has been reported but Many citizens were reported not understanding the increase in their electric Bills. Bonds continued from Page 1 is going to Cost More for the Farmer or Small businessman to borrow Money but in a great Many instances it Means that the Banks won t make the Loans at All. That already is happen Sparkman said he estimated the increase in private lending deaf h notices mrs. M. C. Francisco Gate City a. Margaret Cox Francisco 56, died at . Monday at her borne following an illness of six months. She was the daughter of the late George Banner and is sur Vived by her Mother mrs sus Anna Corder Banner her Hus band will w. Francisco two daughters mrs. Robert e. Booth Gate City and mrs. R. K. Rog ers Stanton Texas two sons George n. Cox Gate City and William b. Cox Kingsport two Brothers Barney Banner of port land ore., and g. M. Banner of Kingsport. Funeral services will be con ducted at 2 . Wednesday at Gate City Baptist Church. The Rev. Lester Ferguson and the Rev. French e. Taylor will officiate. Burial will be in Holston View cemetery. Pallbearers e. E. Nickels h. P. Boatwright Dewitt co., e. G. Watts l u c i a n Smallwood Ernest Delp c. M. Bowen e. B. Elliott Mack Wallace i. Ver million s. W. Coleman jr., and Cecil d. Quillen. Glenn Allen word was received Here today of the drowning of Glenn Allen 55, at Woodlake Calif. He was a brother of Otto Allen of 213 w. Charlemont St., and had visited in Kingsport several times. Judge Taylor will attend convention rates As a consequence of the Treasury s action in offering 30 year Bonds at 3v4 per cent inter-1 rat est would Cost the average small1 big Stone Gap a. Home buyer a month More judge George l. Taylor juvenile on his instalment payments. Sen. Humphrey a Minn was a Leader of the group of nine senators who issued yesterday a statement denouncing the inter est rate highest on such an is sue since 1933. Sen. Humphrey told the sen ate the Treasury s action contains germs of a new he contended All the signs Indi Cate that deflation and not inflation is the current farm prices have been fall ing substantially since july and Are under continuing he said. All wholesale prices have been falling steadily since August. Consumer prices peaked out in Secretary Humphrey issued a statement saying that inflation Ary forces Are still present and declaring that the higher Cost to the government in higher in Terest payments on a portion of the National debt will be offset Many times Over if it lessens the Cost and disorganization of in new Treasury officials argue that Short term Bonds Are frequently traded just about As sen. Anderson raps giant Aulo firms legality Ofney tidelands Bill Wash Noton up sen. Clinton p. Anderson today Chal ended the legality of the administration backed Bill to give coastal states title tar off Shore Oil ands. The new Mexico Democrat said lines going utilities workmen above Are installing one of the new Power lines in Oakwood Forest. The present line is now being converted to volts in order to Supply Power for the new Andrew Johnson school and for other parts of the fast growing Section. Jack Morrison Foreman of the distribution line gang now making the con version said the work would be completed with a minimum of service interruptions. Judge for Wise county has been selected to attend the National Council of juvenile judges to be held in new Orleans la., april 20 through 23. There will be in attendance at this meeting 90 to 100 of the nation s most prominent juvenile Ralph Cummins gets dual Post at Clintwood school Clintwood a. Spa in a move that had been predicted Ralph Cummins assistant coach at Gate City was named monday will make a study of juvenile delinquency and will establish poli cies to Correct the problem. Judge Taylor will be accompanied by his wife and daughter mrs. William a. Wright. Club to meet thursday the trl cities advertising club will meet thursday at 7 the Only other announced applicant for the Job vacated a Deel was Karl Reedy now heal coach at Nora va., and former at Hiwassee Junior College o Madisonville Tenn. Reedy was also elected to a teaching Post i the Clintwood school Newberr said in his announcement. The new Green wave coach i not exactly a stranger to the crippled by strike Detroit up Auto and truck production at Ford motor co. Was Cut in half today by a key supplier Plant strike and Chrysler corp. Stopped Assem cattle risers Scarf run on big livestock markets Chicago were Hopes today among livestock men that the wave of cattle dumping that hit major Stock Yards yesterday might level off Soto cars because of run trouble. More than employees of the two giant Auto firms were Idle with of the Laid off give to the states what it y virtue of its external he argued that the Ocean Bottom lands Are not in he same category As Public ands within state boundaries which Congress can dispose of. Anderson took up the oratorical Battle against the tidelands Lill As the Senate resumed de Bate today. The Republican leadership is driving for a vote on he Bill by the end of this week and plans to keep the Senate in overtime sessions. The Bill would give coastal states title to the submerged ands some containing Rich Oil deposits out of their historic boundaries. The House has passed a similar Bill. Anderson s reference to the at Chrysler appeared the Ford strike was the most serious. A 14-Day walkout by workers at Ford s Monroe mich., parts Plant May eventually Idle More than workers be cause of parts shortages. Twenty truck Drivers at Chrysler were responsible for laying off workers at the company s Detroit plants. Receipts at the Chicago Stock Yards today were estimated by the u. S. Department of Agri culture at head. Tuesday shipments Are usually lower than those made on monday. In any Case such a number would be reassuring in View of yesterday s shipments of one Day development or in any he said changes in cattle prices can not be reflected at retail stores in less than two the number of cattle shipped to the 12 major stockyards yesterday totalled the Sec Ond largest single Day s Supply this year. The run was Ter Mefi remarkable for this time of year. Livestock the heavy traders attributed shipments to this combinations of factors despair that Long declining head Here. The us a estimated prices will recover receipts at Omaha today at fears that peace in Korea will contrast to depress the Economy yesterday a new april record. Meanwhile Norman Draper Public relations official of the american meat Institute said the Ami did not know yet if i yesterday s Stampede was a Tery bomber and three Jet planes flying toward new York in a hush hush test of East coast defences. A spokesman for the Eastern air defense Force disclosed that he. Planes painted to resemble russian aircraft flew into Range of military radar and civilian observation units last saturday. News of american the arrival sick and Here of wounded Wood s Dickenson memorial High school. Cummins a native of East Stone Gap succeeds Howard Deel who resigned recently and has since accepted the Helm of Tazewell High school s athletic program. The election of Cummins was Daske Torii victories announced by Ralph a. By the school Berry chairman of the Dicken during his collegiate career at _ .1 i _ _ i prisoners will be flashed around the world Over army radio Tele Type circuits set up especially for the event. It will be the first time correspondents of the world s great news gathering organizations associated press United press International news service Reu ters Agency France Presse and China Central news escort of three Jet planes with the planes origin of the mystery is still unknown the spokesman said. Presumably the planes were sent aloft to attack the East coast by some strategic combat unit of the u. S. Air Force. Housewives spot enemy approaching new York City White Plains n. Y. Patently a b-29 painted to re legality of the proposal pointed two housewives in a Connecticut a russian to 4 and its a previous threats of a Legal observation Post spotted n of Thrif in Elf Lelm fight if the Bill becomes Law. Rhode Island has already taken preliminary Steps to test its constitutionality. Special circuits set up to Speed in Row names Panmunjom Korea in Lack of manpower on the farms to maintain the animals and do Spring Field work. Fred Hatch president of the Chicago livestock Exchange said the heavy run of cattle was a Stop loss cattle prices would have to be seven cents a Pound higher for Many cattle feeders to break he said. Hatch quoted last week s government figures showing government purchases of pounds of beef. That s less than a Carload and a he said. Not a squirt in the up by defensive radar. But mrs. Frank Sunderland and mrs. Richard s. Wechsler of new Canaan. Conn., said they were told by the filter Center that radar stations had not intercepted the flight. The women heard them and set off fast re action. Air Force Jet interceptors were sent aloft to approach the unidentified planes. With guns stripped for combat the four Jet fighters made Contact with the j invaders by radio and blink Flowers Backer Bros. Charlemont and wat auf a service Day and Elf it phone 2200 the spokesman said he did not ers and established their Iden know whether the bomber As Friendly. Neuralgia remember this i liquid Cap Udine neuralgia fast. Its ingredients Are already solved. All ready to act. So pleas ant to take. Get Cap Udine. Follow the Label avoid exec one use. Son county school Board after a special session yesterday. Earlier a Straw vote among Milligan College and Emory and Henry where he graduated Cummins played both football do in the Frontier Canh at the Clintwood athletes showed and basketball. He is a Veteran . In the Montler club at Cummins to be an overwhelming of world War ii having served Johnson City. Speaker for the meeting will be Howard j. Wisehaupt nationally famous business analyst sales conductor and personality builder. Or. Wisehaupt has presented personality clinics throughout Money is and that they there. The United states fore contribute to inflationary pressures. Holders of Long term Bonds however Are Likely to hold them to maturity Humphrey and his aides have said. The Treasury opened its books to Cash subscriptions of the new Bond yesterday. Indications were that buyers would seek to Purchase Well Over the one Bil Uon Dollar quota. Wall Street rumours said the Issue might be oversubscribed As much As five times. Grunewald continued from Page 1 several trips and several in quiries with respect to the late judge t. Alan Goldsborough. Grunewald refused to answer saying the question was not Goldsborough a Federal District judge Here fined Lewis s mine workers three million Dol Lars in 1947 for failure to heed his order that they Call off a strike and go Back to work. At the time the government had seized the soft Coal mines. Boggs then asked after you completed your investigation of judge Goldsborough you were paid a fee of offhand i Don t Grunewald replied saying May Berry was the one to answer. Mayberry could not be located in new York for comment. This Exchange took place be fore a House subcommittee which has been investigating the internal Revenue Bureau. For his previous refusals to answer the group s questions Grunewald was tagged the silent dutchman and cited for contempt of Congress. He has pleaded guilty to one count and is awaiting sentence. The court has indicated its severity May be determined in part by the extent to which he cooperates in the present hear Ings. Plane continued from Page 1 the names of passengers would Choice. Pills pose problem among juveniles Washington Sale of sleeping pills and other drugs Community. He served two Able to file stories directly As assistant to Deel while an j from Panmunjom. Awesome string of 66 straight previously news copy from basketball victories was being Panmunjom was telephoned to Mun san then relayed to Tokyo. Beginning monday when the Exchange of sick and wounded gets under Way news from Panmunjom will go directly from Panmunjom to Tokyo by radio Tele Type where it will be relayed again by radio teletype to the offices of the agencies and news papers represented on the scene. The bulk of the copy dealing with the historic episode at Panmunjom however will be filed from Mun san. Teletype operators who will be moving the news from Mun san include Cpl. John w. K. Smith Indianapolis pvt. Theron keel Spring time tonic time in the 82nd airborne division. Has been described by govern ment officials As an acute have to come from military problem linked with juvenile delinquency in a great Many com the Caa said the plane left commissioner c. W. Crawford of the food drug Admonis Fargo n. D., last night and made i traction in testimony to the subsequent stops at Billings mont., and Spokane Wash. The Caa at Spokane said the Stop there was a fuel Stop Only. The plane first reported Trou ble Over Ellenburg Wash., about 130 Miles East of Here. At that time the Pilot said one engine was going House appropriations commit tee said his Agency s inspectors have run into serious problems in the Field in Dallas Houston new Orleans Boston Denver and Seattle. Crawford s testimony was made Public by the committee today. Welfare continued from Page 1 authorized a five million Dollar Bond Issue to finance the initial construction program. Ruilmann praised one hew Law which allows counties to contract with the state to pro vide for committing aged per sons who need custodial care to one of the three mental institutions. It. Henry Tenn. Jury probe ordered Nashville professional Bondsmen faced a or. Maucort Youthful Pep and Energy after no Ecol or. W. M. Malicoat. Retired Miner of route 1, Duff Tenn., if a county participates in the grand jury probe and immediate who has been a Deacon in the Baptist Church for 25 years has two Kingsport men Are sentenced to prison term for Petty larceny Blountville spa two Douglas Seymour investigated Kingsport men Bud Larkins 26, and Robert Sneed 18, pleaded guilty in criminal court Here tuesday to Petty larceny in connection with the burglary of a Hillcrest filling station on March 13 and were Given one year sentences. Trial of Larkins and Sneed opened the second Day of an adjourned criminal court session. In returning its verdict the jury affirmed a sentence agreed to the break in at Hillcrest Gulf service station about Midnight March 13 and arrested Hubert Larkins and Sneed near the program a person can be committed on court order after examination by two physicians. The existing Law had provided Only for committing per sons As insane meaning a loss of certain Legal rights and in some instances income. The old Law was unfair to elderly persons. Under the new act they will not have to be declared insane to be admitted and some of them May pay part of their Ruilmann added. He said the Model contract probably will be prepared within a few Days. Other legislative action re pealed previous Laws which gave the state a Lien on the estates of deceased recipients of aged and Blind Aid and another act exempts the Blind from the strike crowded the City jails with tailless prisoners. Cherokee Monument co. W. Center Shelby scene. He said Bud Larkins was state income tax. Arrested earlier in an Automo bile not far from the service lawmakers also approved a measure to allow welfare Rolls ii a Iii w e la silo station. Jaynes said Hubert and to be mad i under certain Sneed were found hitchhiking on route 11-w and that they thumbed the Highway patrol Cruiser. When he and Seymour got out War continued Frt a Page 1 prong attack by 150 to 175 reds in sister outposts North of the Punchbowl on the Eastern front. The eighth army said the communist attackers were Cut up and driven Back in a two hour chinese units hit main line positions Battle. Smaller american Southwest of old Baldy on the Western front. Both attacks were stopped cold. The battleship new Jersey two destroyers and Navy planes defendants plea of guilty. A third defendant Hubert Larkins was not tried. His at Torney informed the court that the defendant a Soldier has been sent overseas. Sneed was sentenced to serve his year and a Day at the state reformatory due to the fact he was 17 when the offence was committed. In sentencing Sneed judge Thomas h. Rogan reminded the defendant that the court had taken under advisement a motion for new trial in a Case in which Sneed was convicted Dur ing the March term. Sneed was found guilty in attempt to com Mit a felony in connection with a break in at a Kingsport serv ice station last december and was recommended to serve a year and a Day. The Hillcrest burglary occurred the night after Sneed s Case was taken under advise ment by judge Rogan. Judge Rogan denied the motion for a new trial in the pre Vious Case and sentenced Sneed the ground Jaynes said. City detective j. M. Broyles said a cig Aret machine had been rifled. He said entry was gained through a rear window. Jack Campbell cig Aret machine service Man placed the loss of Cigar ets and Money at he identified paper which officers conditions. The lists would be kept open for inspection in each county but copies could not be Maine and any use of the Rolls for political or commercial Pur poses be punishable As a Misdemeanour. Markli. out u All us pm Tori Cut b. Both. Own Nur ctr Ball Groseclose Flowers for All occasions phone 6 a arrangement guaranteed this to say about no Ecol my condition was generally rundown could t see at night no Ecol promptly relieved this condition and now i feel Fine and am joyously energetic. Quite naturally am confidently recommending no Ecol to my both old and Young have High Praise for no Ecol the wonderful new die tary supplement a slip of said was found in Hubert Larkins pocket As a receipt he had left in the cig Aret machine on March 4. A jury acquitted two defend ants Carl and Lynn Collins late monday afternoon of charges of concealing stolen property. The two men were charged with concealing fishing reels and pistol ammunition stolen from a Bris Tol sports shop. Two defendants submitted to drunk driving charges tuesday morning. Claude Frazier pleaded guilty to driving drunk on March 10, South of Kingsport on u. S. Route 23, and a sentence of 30 Days and a Fine of were deferred to the july term of court. Claude Haga also pleaded guilty to drunk driving after his a to serve two one year terms in i rest by county officers on the the state reformatory. He said clobbered the East coast City of the terms will run consecutively. Changjin in a tremendous sea Bud Larkins was sentenced to and air attack monday. An entire Industrial sector was knocked out and smoke billowed several thousand feet. The whole area was left ablaze. Serve one year and a Day in state prison. Corporal Hugh Kyle Jaynes Tennessee Highway patrol told the court he and sergeant t. Beartown Road april 2, near Kingsport. Judge Rogan gave both men the privilege of either serving the sentences now or waiting until the july term of court since this is an adjourned ses Sion of the court. Wednesday morning special 3 hairs Only 9 . To 1 2 noon Cotton House frocks Gay styles in interesting patterns. Quality counts or. Walden belter health better complexion or. Robert l. 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