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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - April 16, 1953, Kingsport, Tennessee14 thurs., april 16, 1953 Kingsport times Tennessee civil defense is about 40 per cent ready Nashville up state civil defense director Robert l pox says Tennessee s prepared Ness for an atomic bomb attack is about "40 per cent Complete but Well in Advance of most other Southeastern the state director and nation Al guard officer said most of the important equipment and supplies have already been Pur chased or Are on order. These include 1. Fifty Mobile radio stations. 2. Two Hundred and 20 com plete first Aid stations. 3. Five Rescue with the latest in Rescue tools. 4. A Mobile radiological Labora tory which would be used to detect and test the strength of the presence of radioactivity. Fox said also Many cities have purchased equipment such Assi rens on their own initiative and have ordered additional supplies. He said Oak Ridge Kingsport and Knoxville Are considered to be the most adequately prepared with Nashville Chattanooga and Memphis pushing efforts to Fol Low their Lead. We have coordinated our organization with the different state Fox said. In Case of an emergency for example the Public health com missioner would direct health and first Aid activities and the Highway commissioner would Clear roads for he said also that the current peace feelers coming from mos cow have not affected our efforts to get the state completely prepared for an attack. We have become encouraged especially by the interest shown by women s groups Over the Fox said the current civil de sense appropriation from the state of a year is Ade quate because most of the expensive equipment already has been Mist not ruled in postal Case Abingdon a. Trial of mrs. Mabel Crockett former pos mistress at Bishop va., who was charged with violation of postal Laws and falsification of her leave records ended in a mistrial Here wednesday in u. S. District court. The prosecution attempted to prove that mrs. Crockett had violated the postal Laws by changing one of the employees timecards at the Bishop Post of fice in Tazewell county. It also contended she had failed to re port a leave of absence she took june 20, 1951. The timecard in question be longed to mrs. Goldie Cassell. Mrs. Crockett testified that mrs. Cassell did work the time shown on the card and that she was duly paid for her work. A total of eight hours had been added to the timecard in favor of mrs. Cassell. After an hour and a half of deliberation the Federal jury re turned to the court and asked Lor the re Reading of some Testi Mony. The jurors retired again for some 20 minutes and then told judge a. D. Barksdale they unable to agree on a ver dict. The judge dismissed the jury and declared it a mistrial. Delayed by weather Ithaca n. Y. For a Date to speak at _ a luncheon Ernest c. Johnson explained he had been delayed by unexpected weather. Johnson s title meteorologist in charge of the u. S. Weather Bureau in Albany. State tobacco growers urge program study Knoxville up three directors of the Tennessee Burley tobacco growers association wednesday called on Secretary of agriculture Ezra t. Benson to investigate what they called a new program for handling Bur Ley tobacco production in the state. The program the Trio of directors said in a Telegram to Ben son was submitted by h. S. Duncan of Greeneville executive Secretary of the association. The Telegram was released by Hugh j. Moser jr., of Jefferson City and also was signed by w. B. Carter of Jonesboro and w. P. Ridley jr., of Columbia. There Are eight other directors on the Board. It said that the program has never been submitted to the association s Board of directors for approval. Duncan said at Greeneville he had no knowledge of any new Hurley production program being submitted to Benson. Moser declined to elaborate on the Telegram. Tobacco growers in Tennessee and other Hurley producing states voted last fall to continue acreage controls and govern ment Price supports. A tobacco warehouseman in Knoxville who asked not to be identified said he had heard of a proposal to abolish acreage controls and Price supports in Tennessee. He said he did not know who had advanced the suggestion. Thompson named president of Tea Memphis John a Thompson jr., of Jackson wednesday was named president elect of the Tennessee medical association. Vice presidents elected at the group s convention Here were drs. S. D. Sullivan of Cleveland Henry Kirby Smith Sewanee and Malcolm Aste Memphis. Other offices included speaker of the House or. Charles c. Trabue in Nashville vice speaker or. Robert Buchanan jr., Nashville Secretary editor or. R. H. Kampmeier Nashville trustee or. W. J. Sheridan Chattanooga. Public health Council Nomi nees named were drs. R. B. Wood Kri Ovule e. L. Caudlle jr., Elizabethton w. A. Garrott Leveland John r. Thompson jr., Jackson Moore Moore jr., Memphis and j. Paul Baird Dyersburg. Named to the Board of Nurs ing were drs. W. G. Stephenson Chattanooga James a. Loveless Gallatin b. P. Mcanulty Boli Ralph Rychener Memphis and Carroll Long Johnson City. New York Jolson arrived in this country in 1947 with Only a few worldly posses Sions his memories of a nazi concentration Camp in Cash and a will to succeed in the new world. Yesterday Jolson an american citizen for a year and president of a Muti million Dollar firm set up a foundation to promote better understanding Between All races creeds and nationalities on the Community the foundation was the latest Milestone in Jolson s Success Story a Story that started with Jol son and his wife living on a month provided them by a Wel fare Agency after arrival Here from their native Poland. Jolson soon earned his first Money Here repairing sewing machines in the garment District. Then he opened a Small store Selling second hand sew ing machines. He saved his Money and imported four Nicehi sewing machines from Italy. They caught on and Jolson set up the Nicehi sewing machines sales corp. This firm now assembles its own machines Here using some parts from Italy and has a network of dealers. Jolson who had been the Nec Ehi Warsaw distributor before the War became an american citizen a years ago yesterday. It was to Mark this event that Macaroni Spaghetti noodles Luy set nor i to Czwil it s Anri chid with Tolth giving vitamins that help but Reditt and priv int Rigaut. Mvst8egoo9 so Many thousands enjoy it polish refugee has built a vast wealthy firm in . Since 1947 he set up the fund to be known As the Nicehi foundation. The 39-year-old Jolson who still carries his concentration Camp number tattooed on his Arm said the foundation would Aid organizations which have programs helping to bring peo ple together on a Community level and help remove barriers Between races and a committee of Jewsh protes Tant and roman Catholic representatives will select recipients for foundation Grants. Residents warned 01 garbage cans police chief g. W. Fletcher issued a warning wednesday night that residents of Maple and Walnut Street alleys will be cited into court again next week unless they comply with City garbage Laws. Fletcher said fines for Sev eral have been suspended on previous appearances in City court on condition they provide the regulation 32-gallon garbage containers with lids specified by a City ordinance. A Check wednesday revealed that several still do not have the cans he said. He said he planned to order a crackdown Early next week unless the required cans Are provided. 55 ions Are reported on smoke Law fifty five violations of Kings port s dust and smoke control Law were noted in 113 observations made in March air pollution control director w. Law rence Cox reported. Cox said some unforeseen methodists discuss changes on pensions Memphis methodist Stoker trouble of both Indus trial and commercial equipment apparently accounted for an in crease in air pollution Over the previous month. There had been 30 air pollution control violations in february. Of the 55 violations he said 46 were cases of dense smoke from 28 pieces of fuel or refuse burning equipment. Eleven stokers eight of them Commer Cial and three Industrial accounted for 17 violations. Six teen hand fired pieces of equip Industrial 11 com Mercial and one caused 28 violations. And one violation arose from an Oil fired Furnace. The other nine violations of the month. Were cases of improper handling of dusts or other kinds of air pollution than smoke Cox said. The director held 29 conferences with violators approved one installation permit inspected one Coal and three Oil installations gave one firing instruction and received one com plaint. Ministers from 30 South and Southwest states went into a huddle today to talk Over Possi ble changes in pension plans. At this morning s session the executive Secretary of the mis Iouri corporation Board of pen Sions of the methodist Church reported on a recent tour of All 35 conferences in the Board s j territory. Or. A. T. Mcswain of St. Louis told 200 braid members that methodists throughout the area Are showing increased interest in adequate pensions for retired ministers. Conference r e p r e Senta Tives told of conditions in their Terri tory. Bishop William t. Watkins of Louisville ky., gave the inspirational address. He is presiding Bishop of the Louisville area. Tri Safe Coal operator Dies at 84 in Knoxville Tenn. Alexander Bonnyman sr., Coal operator with extensive mining interests in Kentucky Virginia and Tennessee died at his Home wednesday. He was 84. A set of Carillion Bells in memory of a son it. Alexander Bonny Man jr., who was posthumously awarded the congressional med Al of Honor for wiping out a 1 japanese Blockhouse on Tarawa Bonnyman was president the second world War. Blue Diamond Coal co., which j a prominent Catholic Layman operated five mines in was the first ten Tucky four in Virginia and four Tessean to be made a member in Tennessee. The firm s mines of the knights of Malta by the produced More than seven Mil Vatican. The papal decoration lion tons of Coal annually and maintained sales offices in Cincinnati Chicago Minneapolis Detroit Louisville Spartanburg s. C., and Knoxville. A native of Scotland Bonny Man s parents came to the United states in 1870 and settled in Lexington by. He at tended Public schools there and received an engineering degree at the University of Kentucky. He became a Railroad Engi presiding Over the biennial Ineer rising to the position of meeting of the Board was Bishop general manager of the old at Ivan Lee Holt of St. Louis. Lanta Birmingham and Atlantic tonight or. Charles l. Calkins j line. In 1912, Bonnyman opened of Chicago executive Secretary his first Coal mine near Hazard for the Illinois corporation j by. Board of pensions will discuss the Blue Diamond firm is said social Security for ministers. To have spent More than 10 Mil pension deliberations continue i lion dollars since world War ii tomorrow. Expanding and improving its at the final meeting Confer-1mining operations. Bonnyman ence representatives will extensive business interests commitments on pension funds i other than Coal mines and was to be raised by congregations As-1 one of Knoxville s wealthiest sess ments in the coming year i residents. A set of recommendations will the University of Kentucky then be drawn up by a com i awarded him an honorary Doc Mittee and relayed to the conferences. Tor of Laws degree in 1950. He in turn presented the University is a Mark w Honor conferred upon men of unblemished Char Acter who promoted the inter ests of the Church and the holy Bonnyman married the former miss Frances Berry of Rome ga., in 1906. She was a sister of Princess Ruspoli of Italy who died in new York about two years ago. Besides his widow he is sur Vived by two daughters mrs. Thomas m. Atkinson of Mont real Canada and mrs. Margot b. Mckeown of new York City and one son Gordon of Knox Ville. Thief discouraged Houston Tex. Up Paul offenhauser believes the thief who stole the diving Board from his swimming Pool apparently got discouraged when he could not steal a swimming Pool to go with it. The diving Board was deposited in offenhauser s driveway the night after it was stolen. X a x giblets 2 35cimexicorn my. Dummy baby food crackers Dobble aft dog food i Swift Ning my. Bread set it my a it thu Ajax soap Cash atm bouquet Hnit Liely clump Bab-0 Cut 3 2 25c 23c 25e super suds lunch. Prem Swift Peanut potato chips cd Tawf umbrella dog food r1fach add tvs a Quimod. Available in. White a Boot later Deand Codea yellow value Irieta. 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