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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - April 21, 1953, Kingsport, Tennessee10 tuesday april 21, 1953 Kingsport times Fleet declares Gen. Ridgway turned Down seaborne hit at reds by. Don Whitehead Washington in senators have been told that Gen. Mat thew b. Ridgway turned Down Gen. James a. Van Fleet s plan Lor an Allied seaborne strike against the communists in Korea in june 1951. Van Fleet then commander o the u. S. Eighth army in Korea recently told a Senate armed services subcommittee he was crying to turn me Loose for such an assault but that higher authority would not approve it. Van Fleet now retired Jaid he Felt he could have destroyed the chinese armies with the blow. At the time Fleet gave that testimony Ridgway said in Paris he had absolutely no in june 1951, he was far Eastern commander he is now commander of Western european defense forces. Gen. J. Lawton Collins army chief of staff testified behind closed doors yesterday afternoon to the armed services subcommittee which has been investigating reported ammunition shortages. Later a senator who asked that his name not be used told reporters Collins said the Fleet recommendation never reached the joint chiefs of staff for a decision. He said. Ridgway turned it Down because he Felt it was too much of a Gamble. And too there was a lot of talk about a truce at the time which probably had an this development came after the subcommittee headed by sen. 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His wife was dated Jan. 28, before the truce talks got underway for the prisoner Exchange. At that time he re ported he was Okay and had gained weight. He wrote that he hoped to be Home soon. To face charge Paducah by. Up charges of striking fort Camp Bell soldiers were added today to state indictments against two suspended Hopkinsville police men and one former member of the Force. A Western Kentucky District grand jury yesterday returned indictments charging violation of the civil rights act against James w. Hooks Jesse Lacy and Corbett Bridges. Hooks and Lacy have been under suspensions since their indictment several months ago by a Christian county Hopkins Ville grand jury. Bridges left the department two years ago. Lacy is awaiting a second trial on a charge that he shot and killed pfc. Dwight f. Johnson of from two soldiers who were Buffalo Texas when the Soldier in close Contact with Moody a getaway after being a Korea when he was captured in rested for speeding. The jury ecu Tive Council. She and her husband helped organize the Minnesota Branch uhf and several Minnesota chapters. The latter served As chairman of both Minnesota Branch and Minneapolis chapter. Clement cuts term of two prisoners Nashville up gov. Frank Clement said today he has commuted sentences of two convicts. They Are Owen a. Kiernan two three year sentences for passing bad checks changed to run concurrently instead of consecutively. Leonard l. Shannon Hardin county 1949 sentence of 10-20 years for second degree murder changed to three-to-10 years and conviction changed to voluntary manslaughter. No Ecol must be just what i needed or. Will Malicoat when a Man like or. Will mall coat of Duff term., puts his stamp of approval on anything folks know his sincere desire to help others. Or. Malicoat has lived in this Vicinity Many years where he has a Host of friends. He has been an ordained Deacon in the Baptist Church for Twenty five years. Or. Malicoat states for years i had been suffering from Low blood count and Felt weak Nerv Ous and rundown. Other treat ments bad failed to bring me re Lief so after others in my neigh boyhood had been helped so much and were praising no Ecol so highly i tried it too. No Ecol must be just what i needed for it is remarkable How much better i feel after talking Only two bottles of no Ecol. I gladly recommend no Ecol to others and i mean to continue taking no Ecol for some time yet. No Ecol has also done wonders for one of my no Ecol is guaranteed to bring satisfactory results or your Money pack on the very first bottle. Get no Ecol from your nearest drug store today. On Sale at All Cole drug stores. Mall orders filled. Send 3lus z5c for postage and handling in Check or Money order to Cole co., 712 17th St., Knoxville Tenn. J May 1951, mrs. Moody has heard her husband was injured when captured by the commies. But his letters to her indicate he is in Good health. All letters that have come 12 in the last two years have been from Camp no. 1 in Korea and he letters Are sent by Way of peking China. Moody is 23 now. Does mrs. Moody expect him 3 be among the soldiers who Are exchanged in the current Swap at Freedom Village i would t know what to say about she replied. Pendleton promoted to new position Knoxville spa John e. Was unable to agree at his first trial. Hooks is accused of maliciously striking sgt. David w. Lee last september and Bridges is charged with striking sgt. Eddie Hawkins in april 1951. The Federal indictments list the same accusations in charging the soldiers were deprived of their privileges under the civil rights act. Hopkinsville police were criticized by a District Federal grand jury nearly a year ago. Gop protests demos in government jobs Washington up House republicans have protested that the Eisenhower administration is Pendleton native of Gate City allowing democrats to hold Al ,va., has been promoted to Coal most All Federal jobs and is even traffic manager with head Quad j promoting some of them ters in Atlanta the Southern i speaker Joseph w. Martin or. Railway announced. I said about 25 gop members to veda is into Southland by the associated press parts of the South shivered today As cold air dipped into wide areas of Dixie. Temperatures dropped into the 30 s in Many sections of the South and fell below freezing in some areas. The cold air moving out of the chilled Midwest and North Ern Plains extended Over most of the Eastern half of the coun try. The frosty Belt in the South covered sections of the Carolinas Virginia Mississippi Georgia Tennessee and Ala Bama. It was freezing or slightly below in Chattanooga Tenn., Raleigh n. C., Knoxville Tenn. Greensboro n. Birmingham ala., and Charlotte n. Near freezing cities include Green Wood miss., Atlanta and nor Folk a. Generally fair weather prevailed Over most of the country. Local negro bound Over for stabbing a Kingsport negro Willie j. Anderson Riverview was bound to criminal court grand jury monday on charges of felonious assault sessions judge s. G. Gil breath reported. Judge Gilbreath said Ander son was placed under Bond after waiving a preliminary hearing in general ses Sions court monday afternoon. In a warrant sworn by Annie Lee Simpson Anderson is charged with felonious by As faulting Marie Simpson by Stab Bing her with a Butcher knife on april 12. Mrs. Iris t. Evans ies in Tennessee Cleveland Tenn. Ike plans return to capital tonight Augusta a. Up pres Eisenhower apparent feeling better than he has of months scheduled a final Roun of Golf today before flying Bac to Washington. The president who has Bee Here since april 13, was expected to take off for the nation s Capi Tal Between 3 and o clock this afternoon aboard the Whit House Constellation Columbine. During the course of his Golf ing vacation the president suffered an attack of food Poison ing but the Frisky Way he at tacked the Golf course in the last 48 hours gave every Indica Tion of full recovery. Scout leaders Given awards Memphis mid South scout leaders received National Council awards Here Las night for their work with Young boys. Winning the Siler Antelope award were a. Boyd Campbell Jackson miss., or. V. L. Whar ton Lake Charles la., and a. K Burrow Memphis. The awards were presented a a meeting of scout leaders from five states. Main speaker was or Arthur a. Schuck of new York chief executive of the boy scouts of America. About 300 scout leaders from Mississippi Tennessee Arkansas Louisiana and Alabama attendee the one Day meeting. The missis Sippi Delta area Council had 15 members attending. E. W. Palmer of Kingsport Tenn., regional chairman pre sided hog feeding program Nashville Ellington state agriculture commissioner says several Southern states plan to follow Tennessee s program for the control of Vesi ular exan Thema a disease o hogs. Autos and try Csc for Sale the Transfer is effective off on the subject at a Iris Tomlinson Evans on 1. Pendleton served As vice mayor of Knoxville during the 1942-43 term under the administration of City manager Guy Webb. He was promoted to the Coal develop ment Post in 1951. He had served As fuel agent Here from 1945 until August 1951. He became associated with the railway s fuel department in 1920. Six years later he became fuel in Spector with Headquarters at Appalachia a. And later served at Evansville ind., and Knoxville. He was promoted to chief clerk to the fuel agent Here in 1939, three years later became assist ant fuel agent. He was appointed a Kentucky colonel on the staff of former gov. Earle Clements. Special meeting. They were he reported. Martin called the republicans to a closed meeting to discuss appropriations for fiscal 1954, but he said the members spent most of the time talking about demo cratic Jobholder. That was the most popular he said. They complained that you Don t see any body but new dealers and democrats holding these jobs through out the country. And some Are even being he said some of the shafts were aimed at the agriculture department in connection with Field employees of the production and marketing administration. Daughter of the founder of the Church of god of Prophet died yesterday after an e tended illness. She was the daughter of the late a. J. Tomlinson. Two Broth ers Are leaders of separa branches of the Church. Bisho Homer Tomlinson is Gener overseer of the Church of go of new York and Bishop m. Tomlinson Heads the Church god of prophecy with Headquarters Here. Mrs. Evans was the wife of d. Evans former business Man Ager of the prophecy Branch. Funeral services will be con ducted today from the world wide Assembly Tabernacle Heri mortgage is of the Kingsport Moose Lodge celebrated the burning of the mortgage on their new building at a special meeting recently. The Holder of the mortgage w. H. Lackey is shown As he puts the Torch to the paper. He is past governor of the Lodge. Watching the burning was col. E. W. Palmer a member of the Lodge and c. E. Sandidge or. Governor. The new building is on Reservoir Road and was constructed Only a few months ago. Times news photo compare our prices and terms . Winkler Oil floor Furnace Complete with 1. Circulating fan z. Forced draft fan 3. Safety switch 4. Automatic controls installed Complete Only per month special Coal furnaces cml Fred icel Canute far in 5 priced fam to . Oil floor Furnace with of therm nut cd enl i150.m no Down 36 months to pay set of regular 19-pc. Aluminium Ware free with each Cooperator electric Range or refrigerator freemen from electric Rance from Refl Beraton from air conditioner from 21" Stewart Warner television sets from Southern Sheet Metal works 334 e. Sullivan St. Phone 135 buy state farm Semi annual premiums of Prmt a Plu payments my to budget costs Yon nothing Callior information Orbie r. Fleenor comfy Etc insurance Pont 5119 Addrue and com Ultmont mechanically o. K. Star values of the week at Scott motors a Beautiful family car 1952 Plymouth Light Blue Heater seat covers. A bargain Worth More 1951 Plymouth club Coupe. Can t be beat for neat. Light Green. Radio Heater seat covers. Jet Black 1950 Plymouth four door radio Heater and looks and runs Good. 1949 Green Plymouth 4-door special deluxe. Big Heater seat covers. Better than most 49s on the Road. We Are not ones to brag but we Are very proud of this 48 Studebaker land Cruiser. Radio Heater Low mileage All Good tires. It hurts to see this one go for Only Good truck buys Are always Here too 1949 Dodge ton pickup. Good cab new i Side bed. S845 1949 one ton Dodge. Looks Good fair tires Worth lots More but must go for 1947 Dodge 14-ft. Bed. Good tires Good truck. 1940 Chev. 1 i ton. Looks Good to be so old some Good cars at close out prices 1948 Ford 1947 Plymouth 1947 Chevrolet 1946 Pontiac 1942 Desoto 1939 Plymouth 1940 Studebaker you la like our Way of doing business at your Dodge Plymouth dealer Scott motors inc. 312-324 Cumberland St. And trucks for Sale watch your is and is Price and Quality see Craft motors inc. Your Ford dealer 1940 Chev. Sedan 1941 Buick special Sedan. Radio and Heater. 1946 Chev. Sedan Heater and radio. 1946 Ford Sedan Heater and radio. 1947 Ford Tudor Heater and radio. 1948 Chev. Sedan two door. Radio and Heater. 1949 Ford Sedan 4 Good tires. Heater and radio. 1949 Willys station Wagon. 6-Cyl one owner. Low mile age. New tires. Radio and Heater. 1949 Mercury Cape. Convertible. Radio and Heater. 1950 Chev. Sedan 2-door. Locally owned. Bought new in Kings port. Power Glide. Heater and radio. 1950 Ford Coupe convertible. Locally owned. Heater and radio. Trucks 1946 Ford pickup 1949 Chev. Pickup 4 new 650x16 6-ply tires. 1950 Chev. Sedan delivery. Actual Miles. Here is a very clean unit at very Low Price. Craft motors inc. Your Ford dealer bargains galore nothing but bargains Walt Allen s used car super Market All late models guaranteed in writing save on untitled 53 Buick super Riviera Dyna flow v8 with win Turbine. An extras. New car guarantee. Our Price list Allex 9m Studebaker commander v-8, 4-door, Hydra Matic. Like new. 851 Studebaker. Tras. 951 Studebaker 4-door Champion. Hydra Matic. Like new. 951 Chevrolet 4-door Fleet line deluxe. S51 botch special 2-door. Two tone. All extras. 1950 Buick super Riviera Dyna flow. All extras. Excellent condition. Wonderful b a r 3 1950 Oldsmobile a "88." All extras. Both Lovely cars. 1949 Ford Tudor. All extras. 950 1948 Buick 4-door. Blue. Allex tras. 895 1948 Buick super 4-door. All extras. Dyna flow. 1949 Buick super 4-door straight drive. All extras. Sacrifice. 995 1949 Small Packard Sedan Ette. Overdrive. One owner. Excellent condition. 895 1948 Olds Hydra Matlo Sedan Ette. 695 1947 Packard 4-door. A Nice running car. 495 1947 Riser. Rough 195 1047 Lincoln club Coupe. All extras including overdrive. One owner 650 1948 Chrysler new yorker. 4-door Sedan. All extras Good condition. 495 about 80 cars from which to choose across from cot Ball

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