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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - April 20, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeJuveniles continued from i since general sessions judges not have the time to act As probation officers in juvenile cases no adequate Check on the conduct of a child on Proba Tion can be kept. Judge Gilbreath blames ack of probation system for of an Accident at Home necessity of committing so inc _ saturday were to be a Mon Jay at 2 . At wheel death notices Elbert Henry rites will be held today funeral services for Elbert e. Wayward children to state institutions. An Appeal for a court probation officer made by the judge in 1948 failed to bring re sults. The Kingsport general ses Sions court handles some five juvenile cases monthly plus an average of two truancy Case per week during the school months. In addition to these county jul cases the Bristol sessions court handles its share. But All county cases Are not handled in general court. According to sessions juvenile Counselor Robert Domin 14 out of 40 children now on probation ers Chapel Church. Henry a resident of route 2, Ford town was electrocuted when a television Antenna he was carrying from the roof of the build ing contacted a High voltage wire. He is survived by his widow mrs. Mamie bowery five sons Carl Donald e. B., Bobbie and Jerry Henry three daughters mrs. Bettyjo Morris Jame and Reba Henry two brother is will Henry of Blountville and Joe Henry of Ford town two Sisters mrs. Alvin Dillow and mrs. Will Rose of Bristol also one grand child. He was a member of the Beu Baptist Church. He had on stretchers. The from the Kingsport juvenile court live outside the Rity of 23 wards of Ive outside City. There Are in statistics to show How Many county problems Are receiving no attention from any Souter. While incorrigible children and repeated offenders often must be committed to state in stations. There is an economic argument favouring a Well run probation system. Records of the Kingsport juvenile court indicate that a child can be supervised on pro Bation for something like 60, died Clark said ppr year. State records saturday at Lebanon Gen message to them. Cities Airport area. The Rev. Avery Nichols and the Rev. Albert Norris were to conduct the funeral services. Burial was to be in wheelers cemetery. Pallbearers Emory Henry Gentry Henry Ross Collins Ben Smith j. P. Deal Don Bushel Man Urple roller and Lynn Kol lock. Joe p. Hartsock pos continued from Pate 1 the first Day s Exchange was carried out was taken As a Happy Omen for the truce negotiations which Are to be resumed Satur Day ending a deadlock that be last october. But the War went on. Little fighting was reported along the 155-mile front but at the Pris Oner Exchange Center the heavy rumble of artillery could be heard echoing in the Hills. Reports from the evacuation Hospital in Seoul at which the freed americans spent monday night indicated that attempts by the communists to indoctrinate them with red ideologies had failed. But the South korean defense minister announced that South koreans freed in the Exchange will be Given a six month course in counter indoctrination before they Are set Loose. The americans and other Al lied prisoners who came Back yesterday looked tanned and fit though some limped and a few americans had played such games As they could. They had held simple religious services. The negroes had Sung their spirituals. They came Back in new Blue communist ragged underwear. One of the first jobs of the Allied command was to Tell them that they Are heroes. Gen. Mark w. Clark Allied supreme commander came from Tokyo to Welcome them person ally. It is with the deepest Relief Hansonville. A. Joy that i Welcome you court All peaceful As Dar opens on Congress continued from Pace 1 with Bankers and Security firms and had been advised to present j the county s financial position and proposed Bond Issue dim to Moody s investors service Nev York for the purpose Olse a Washington up elec curing a better financial rating j pioneering was conspicuously a judge Poston said he intends i gent today As members of to go to new York in the near j the daughters of the american future to attend to this matter.1 revolution assembled for their both the Banks and the yearly Continental con purities companies advised a. More favourable financial rat for the time the Mem. Ing will result in saving in in Iory of most delegates not a Terest rates we will have to pay Songie Battle was in Prospect for on judge Poston said. The triennial election of a new in his statement of financial president general and the Cabi condition of the county net which will assume office judge Poston pointed out that All accounts Bills Bonds Anci in Terest payments Are current to Date. The county auditor s report with her. The five Day Congress opens formally at Constitution Hall to night with vice president Rich Ard m. Nixon scheduled to de reveals the various county funds River a greeting to delegates and As follows Ordinary interest sinking Road improvement special fund Trust funds s590.ll. Pike Bridge fund school building fund special Rock account Public school fund in his report judge Poston said the Sullivan county elec Tion commission is. Considering the use of voting machines in the City election in june and that the City will want to borrow a number of machines from the county. The report asked the court to make these machines available for the City s use. In a special judge Poston asked for the appointment again of the same that the Cost to taxpayers for Rai Hospital. He was a lifelong because of the heavy person-1 members of the budget and tax a raping a child in a state school resident of Russell county a Al sacrifices you have made committees who have approaches per year. Merchant and livestock grower Jour great cause we Are Humble i served the past two years. In 1948, it Cost the state tax survivors Are the widow your presence payers to keep one boy Annie Cassell Hartsock four i am confident you never will the the state training and a daughters mrs. Marzell Staple Ricu Tural school and of Kingsport Tenn., mrs. One girl at the state to Claude Jessee of Gate City mrs. Harold Meade of Kingsport and National school for girls. The Kingsport juvenile court. In handling a. Average of 68 rates per month operated on a budget of s8.250 in 1952. Esti mates of Cost of establishing a county juvenile court have been placed at about the enabling act by which Sullivan county can establish a juvenile court provides for elec Tion of a judge by the county court for a four year term the employment of Counselor and and the appoint ment of a 12-Mcmber juvenile court commission to serve with mrs. Dale Daugherty of Rad Ford two sons j. P. Hartsock jr., and Billie g. Hartsock both of Hansonville three Sisters mrs. Nath King and miss Anna Hartsock both o f Gate , and mrs. John Odle of Nickels Ville two Brothers Sherman and Sam Hartsock both of Nickels Ville 14 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services were to be held monday at 2 . At free will Baptist Church in Hanson Ville. The Rev. L. G. Atkins and the Rev. A. Appolas were to officiate. Burial was to be in the out pay. The Law specifies that courts by funeral Home had charge be held regularly at Bristol and Blountville. W. S. Cole the Law also gives the county court authority to establish be have reason to doubt that these sacrifices have our respect and appointed were budget com Mittee James Elsea 5th District f. W. Isley 7th Earl Tri Vette 9th Raymond Gott 12th Eugene Mehaffey 12th, the the first prisoner county auditor and the county nearly two years and 10 agent. Tax rate since the Start of the committee l. M. Faucette 17th War went smoothly and without District w. A. Cross 5th and a. A Latimer Lith. I the court also re elected Carl i Chase for another term As county purchasing agent. Chase s incident. Names Tention Homes for delinquent and dependent White and col ored children. The Law also say Allex lenses incurred in complying Bristol Tenn. W. S. Cole former Johnson county Farmer died sunday at his Home in Shady Valley Community near Here. Cole 87, was the father of or. With the provisions of this shall William e. Cole head of the so be within the budget department at the uni and approved As provided by Law varsity of Tennessee in Knox by the quarterly county court Ville. He is survived also by a daughter and another son j. Cole of Gatlinburg. Funeral services will be held tuesday afternoon at the Shady Grove presbyterian Church with burial to be in the family Ceme Tery. Of Sullivan attempts to have a county juvenile court placed in the county budget have All failed been not the excuse has enough Money. It has been argued that no county juvenile problem really most of the .1 i Nile delinquency is entered in Kingsport and that Kingsport has a juvenile court to take i list care of its problem. To it has been argued that the general sessions courts can handle the county juvenile cases j arise. Thus far the repeated Asser continued from Page 1 Ala. J. P. Pumphrey father route 1, Cottondale Ala. 18. Pvt. William r. Brock jr., co. A 7th cavalry regiment 1st cavalry division Rome ga., Effie Mae Brock Mother s5-a Blanche ave., Rome. 19. Walter Mccollum c. Co., 24th regiment 25th division Lake Charles la. Elwell i Mccollum father 21 e. Belden St. Lake Charles. 20. Pfc. John l. Robinson Willard by. 21. Pvt. Jesse m. Robertson c. Co., 2.7th regiment 25th division Montgomery Ala. War Ren Robertson Uncle 3025 Goode St., Montgomery. 22. Pfc. Marvin l. Brown Oklahoma City. 23. Alberto Baez Pizarro Rio Piedras. Puerto Rico. 24. Pfc. Herman Smith Mou Sie by. 25. Sgt. Harold neighbors Hereford Tex. 26. Pvt. Epifanio c o r d e r o Ramos Barceloneta puerto Rico co. B 65th infantry regiment Flora Ramos Rivera St. Augus Tine fla., and Barceloneta p. R. 27. Sec. Robert a. Lee route two year term expired with this session of the court. Alternates. Doctors dentists face draft b 1955 Washington up the defense department said today it expects to draft physicians and dentists in the next two years. Maj. Gen. George e. Arm Strong surgeon general gave the estimate to the House armed services committee in urging a two year Extension of the Doc Tor draft Law which is due to expire july 1. Committee chairman Dewey Short a to opening hearings on the proposal said it is generally agreed that the Law is More or less discriminatory since it hits Only a single class. The Only justification for it is dire Short said. The Law is an absolute Armstrong said the military president Eisenhower for medical men an invitation to address the con will not be substantially reduced mention but some members if a permanent truce is were hopeful that he will find1 reached in Korea and if no new time to make an informal a crisis develops. Yearance during the week. Miss Gertrude s. talk new Bern s. C., newspaper Wom an now appears a shoo in As minorities urged the new president general to Istanbul National succeed mrs. James b. Fatten of turkish students Union has re Columbus. Vived an old slogan citizens she would be the first Dunmar talk As a recommend ried president general in the society s 63-year history. Her slate of nominees for the 11 Cabinet posts and candidates for the seven posts of vice presi Tion to minority groups concern ing conduct in Public places. Twenty five years ago when Strong nationalistic feelings Kingsport times monday april 20, 19s3 5 liberation of satellite people is i heme of Ike s foreign pol icy by James Marlow to Supply More troops in Case of Washington if a con-1 War with the West slant theme runs through thei 2. It gave Russia wide Buffer foreign policy statements of the zone in Case of War. Any land Eisenhower administration fighting would be done Over the liberation and Independence of dead bodies of the satellites be the satellite Peoples. But while this May keep the reached Hope of eventual Freedom alive j fore an Inch of russian soil was ruled in the new Turkey persons do ab0ut it among them no one has up with a definite answer on How it can be done so Long As the russians Don t want it. During the presidential Campaign Secretary of state spoke of the liberation of the satellites but explained he did not mean by Force. In his speech to the newspaper editors Here thursday presi Dent Eisenhower expressed a de sire for the full Independence of the East european satellites which Are Poland. Czechoslovakia Romania Bulgaria and Hungary. And in his own address to the same group saturday night dul Les said any Hope of peace with Russia based on the satellites remaining satellites would be an since Eisenhower and Dulles both emphasized the goal of freeing the satellites from the russian Yoke the natural ques Tion is what can this country Dent general also Are who spoke greek French Dulles and Eisenhower thought under the society s rules an some other foreign language h talk m the streets were accosted with the captive Congress opponent to miss Carraway would be nominated from the this slogan. Sometimes disturb in 1926 a floor resulted Nee won As president general. The Independent newspaper but there was no sign of any of Yeni Saban notes now however position today. That natural developments not pressure resulted in the Chil Dren of minority groups learning to speak flawless tons of Kingsport s juvenile authorities of civic clubs league of women voters and other organizations that a county Juve Nile court is needed have met with no Success. Jor Railroad systems operating West of Mississippi River today were Given permits to increase interstate passenger fares by 10 per cent. The authority issued by the interstate Commerce commis Sion went to the Missouri Pacific Railroad co., the Southern Pacific co., and their1 affiliated lines. These roads were also author f continued from Page 1 sized to increase their minimum Bama estimated the economic one Way ticket charge from 15 loss in his state at Between four to 20 cents. And five million dollars. Damage under the inc order the rail in Arkansas was fixed at about roads May invoke the higher i million. Georgia charges on five Days notice to confined principally to the co their patrons. Lumbus area was estimated Ati the same companies propose weather Washington two a several millions. I to go to the state commissions to a Large part of the nation in their operating territory for today it was Spring in increase in intrastate Only. Freezing temperatures were j passenger fares common in the Northern mid the higher fares Are Esti at North Platte mated to give the companies 1, Folco battalion Ala., he co. Third 31st infantry regi ment 7th infantry division. Mrs. Mary l. Lee route 1, Folco Ala., wife. 28. Pfc. William r. Hinkley Clintonville w. Va., co. M. 8th cavalry regiment 1st cavalry division. Amos Hinkley father Clintonville w. A. 29. Sgt. Odie Lawtey medi Cine Park okla. 30. Pfc. Paul f. Schnur san Francisco Calif. Hold the Lian Summit n. J. For intervention of police a bilingual debate Between a Long distance Telephone operator and a Young chinese might be going yet. Housing the operator kept demanding for overtime charges and Charley Yong a set 28, new employee of a chinese restaurant Here kept trying to oblige her by stuffing Dollar Bills into the pay phone. The operator finally became discouraged and put in a Call to Headquarters. Police found continued from Page 1 that is the figure we had this senators Maybank Ives Douglas d-i11 and Humphrey a Minn All said sunday in interviews they would try to get the Senate to vote for at least a program. Maybank the senior Democrat on the Senate appropriations subcommittee which handles housing Money said i will be for restoring the program to the present level and seeing that it ties in with slum clearance. Ives said the Senate certainly ought to do everything it can to continue a Public housing program with at least units in the next fiscal Humphrey commented that the House committee s action was not in line with what we were promised during the 1952 Campaign by the republicans. In speech after he said we were told that the so Cial gains of the last 20 years would be preserved and extended by a Republican adm Nistra 7 German miners feared dead today Wattenscheid Germany gave up Hope to Day of recovering alive seven Ruhr Valley miners trapped 000 feet underground since Early saturday in a Coal mine Here. The Colliery officials said. However that some 100 Rescue workers were trying to reach the men who were caught by the Cave in of a horizontal Shaft. Son wants to try again to solve Fawcett mystery by Laurence Meredith up staff correspondent London up Brian Fawcett younger son of col. P. H. Fawcett the British explorer who disappeared with his elder son and a third Man in the impenetrable matto Grosso 27 years ago plans an expedition into the brazilian Jungle next year to information about the True destination of the party which aimed to discover the lost Gold and Diamond mines of Morebeck. The belief was that they were going East from he said but actually they were heading Skeleton not Fawcett s Fawcett said the information was withheld at the request of the elder Fawcett who told his family if we do not come out i Don t want Rescue parties to come in looking for us. It s too risky. If with All my experience we can seek a clue to their Fate Hope for others. That is the Rea colonel Fawcett his son Jack son any t am not telling exactly anal Raleigh Rimell a boyhood where we Are Friend of the Fawcett eighteen months ago skeletal out into the unexplored Mattos remains found in the area in Grosso in search of a lost civil j habited by the Kala Palos indians Iza Tion. Nothing was Ever heard and purporting to be those of from them. There have been colonel Fawcett were brought to various unconfirmed reports that they were captured and killed by the Kala Palos indians. Would be 50 Brian Fawcett has now decided passed a Resolution condemning their enslavement. But this got tangled up in politics. Eisenhower s own republicans would t approve it in the form he suggested. They wanted to tie on a few words of criticism of the Roosevelt Truman dealings with Stalin at Yalta and Potsdam. The democrats would t let that go through since it affected their party but endorsed the Resolution As it came from Eisenhower and Dulles. The net result the Resolution did t pass. At this time it would seem the most this country could do Hope for the eventual Freedom somehow of the Peoples taken Over by the russians. Perhaps the Best Hope is that they will break away As Tito did in Yugoslavia. No one seriously expects the russians to Tell this country you re right. These people should be free to choose their own form of government. Come on in and supervise elections so they will be fully free and above the russians had quite a tax inspectors Rio de Janeiro w Zilian tax inspectors can continue to receive part of the fines resulting from tax violations which they turn up. After complaints this practice made the inspectors too ener Getic Congress voted to outlaw it. But president Getulio Vargas vetoed their ban and the legislators were unable to obtain a two thirds vote to override him. In arguing to uphold the veto House majority Leader Gustavo Cap Anema said the government Felt tax Revenue would drop substantially without such stimulation for the inspectors. But Vargas would favor a Bill he said to establish limits for their allowances. There is More ship traffic through the Sault St. Marie Soo canals on the great lakes than the combined traffic through the Panama and Suez canals says the National Geo graphic society. Cherokee Monument co. W. Center Shelby Sta. Mirt. Bit do Rel All e. Both. Nur ctr bait Britain for examination. Three leading members of the Royal j anthropological Institute definitely established the Bones were those of colonel Fawcett stake in the first in e to make another search on it was doubted they were the slender Chance that his brother Bones of any White Man. May still be alive saying Brian Fawcett for Many years i will not be Happy until i was chief of the mechanical de have tried to find my brother apartment of the Central railway he was Young adaptable and in of Peru but retired in 1947. He Good condition when he and Yves in Carlisle where he father and Rimell vanished As an Illustrator and the Jungle in 1925, and there specializing in Engineer just a 100-to-one Chance that he Long and South american subjects May have survived. He would be about 50 Fawcett said that for years his family had deliberately withheld Yong still trying to Force a fist 22 a Bismarck n. A. 30 at about 3 million dollars a year Bradford 111. Imore Revenue. The 10 per cent Quarter Slot. Except in some parts of raises coach fares from 2.5 South where Miami s 90 set cents per mile and pull new record High for april Tern Man fares from 3.5 to 3.85. Pera Tures East of the Rocky mountains were below seasonal _ average and in Northern was the Only around the great lakes indent theum Ted states who Ohio and new As Defeated for re election and there were Snow Furj then re elected at a subsequent Ries or Light rain. La Lection in and near the Dixie storm area temperatures were still Chilly this exam ple. Atlanta 40, new Orleans 47. West of the Rockies it was warmer than Normal for this season but continuing Light Rains in Central and Southern California cooled off those areas. More Comfort wearing false Teeth i piquant to Jurer Sorof Loose pm ital discomfort. Past eth. An improved powder sprinkled of upper and lower plate holds them firmer so that they eel More comfortable. No Gummy Tooey. Pasty taste or feel inf. 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Mai proof snap Back aluminium slats noiseless unbreakable tassels fool proof mechanism new decorating possibilities ills tit Knoll i pm phone 3969 Cusco window co. Sign of Good news third Finger left hand is where to look for the engage ment ring. The old folks believed therein of love travelled from there Strigh Trothe heart. Sign of Good bread it s always Good news when you discover de Licious Energy packed Sunbeam bread. So look for miss Sunbeam your sign of bread at its Best. Only the Best baked goods carry Thi Sunbeam enriched bread your House this year with Moore s House paint 100 exterior White highest Quality ing communism Down the throats of the people on its Western Frontier 1. It gave them More land and resources and More people monthly pains stopped or amazingly relieved in 3 Cut of 4 Tea Uulu of life Vount music wife Dallal Wodder Brown woman la my route a Btu schedule monday april fallen Newa pubs Godfrey lbs Likht ices touch u kick and Groom

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