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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - April 21, 1953, Kingsport, Tennessee2 tuesday april 21, 1953 Kingsport times schools continued from Page 1 emergency additions to Sullivan Holston Mary Hughes and Blountville High schools would be made at the april term. Monday he explained that waiting until july to approve Bonds for the new Bloomingdale High school would delay the starting construction Date by about three months. The Sullivan county court monday unanimously recommended naming the new High school on Bloomingdale Road in Honor of a. B. Ketron old est member of the court. Squire Ketron who is 76, is currently serving his 49th year As a member of the county court. A native of Sullivan county Squire Ketron resides on Bloomingdale Road near the projected school site. The proposal to name the school for Squire Ketron goes to the county Board of Educa Tion for approval. Akard said the Federal govern ment which is financing 000 of the new High school re quires the county s share of construction costs be deposited along with Federal funds when the contract to build begins. Final plans for the Blooming Dale school Are now being made and 10 per cent of the has been received Akard said. He said bids for construction should be ready by july 1. Total Low bids on the four High school additions totalled 612, Akard revealed. Bonds for these projects will total 526 to cover Bristol s and Kings port s share of the Bond Issue. Added to this will be approved by the court in special session dec. 4, supplement fed eral funds allotted for the Bloomingdale High school gop Economy drive gets test in House Washington Republican drive to Cut As much As 10 billion dollars from former pres ident Truman s 1954 Federal budget faces its first test today in the House. The initial regular appropriations Bill of the 83rd Congress an omnibus measure carrying to finance 23 Agen cies for the fiscal year starting july 1, provides the test. Crucial voting probably won t come until tomorrow. Today s session was set aside to give appropriations committee members a Chance to explain Why they Cut 61 per cent from the funds Truman requested last january. The committee Cut 697 from the Truman figures. Some democrats have called Many of the reductions phony. Major controversies shaped up Over the committee s proposal to halt the Public housing pro Gram As far As new housing units Are concerned on july 1 and to take the government out of the Home mortgage business. The new gop administration requested approval of new Public housing starts next year a reduction of from the number Truman asked and the same number that Congress approved for the present year. Tennesseans continued from Page 1 almost she said on earning of her husband s re ease. All i can do is thank god that he is Safe and homeward some american prisoners in North Korea did not know until dec. 1 that Dwight d. Eisen Hower had been elected Presl court High school from High schools in East Tennessee elected new offi cers in Kingsport saturday with Lucy Ellen hatmaker of South High of Knoxville being named president. Left to right the officers Are Norma Kate Lee vice president of Sullivan Alice my Agee Secretary treasurer Young High of Knox file miss hatmaker Pat Macbeth past presi Dent of Kingsport Mary Frances Woodson reporter of Knox file. Roads 000 to supplement in fed Dent a freed i said today. It eral funds earmarked for con i was two weeks before they Striction of a four room Addi Learned of Josef Stalin s death Tion at Gravley elementary sgt. Mitchell of Greeneville school and voted by the court monday for Purchase of an additional four acre strip of land adjoining the new High school building site on Bloomingdale Road. Low bids on the four High school additions were submitted by three Kingsport construction companies. Steadman construction com Pany entered Low bids of 116 and for the Sullivan and Mary Hughes projects re said that news comes to prison ers from the outside world through a Camp newspaper and loud speaker systems. Mitchell was captured near Mun san nov. 4, 1950. He was not injured at that time but later broke his shoulder when he fell on the ice while working on a Wood collecting detail. They operated and took part of the Bone he said. Spect ively. Cassel Brothers submitted the Low bid of 225 for the Holston High project and Rentenbach Wrighten tired the Low bid of for the Blountville High project. Fourteen construction firms submitted bids on the four projects. Of the million Bond Issue Kingsport and Bristol will receive a total of As their 31.25 per cent share. Tuesday City court forfeitures made up the docket of a Brief City court ses Sion tuesday morning. One person forfeited a continued from Page 1 borne by the state. Completion of the rights of Way depends on acceptance of the state s terms by Hawkins Bond for Public drunkenness three to 10 years. Delinquency continued from Page 1 found guilty of encouraging a minor to commit a felony would county and Kingsport. The new 20 persons forfeited Bonds of link of the super Highway to be each for parking meter Viola known As state route 1-a, tends from a Junction with u. S. I 23 in Kingsport to area a How in Hawkins county. Money for the rights of Way will come from the county s Ordinary fund. The measure passed the county court by a vote of 29 to 8 following lengthy debate. Passage of the Resolution was opposed by Joe Caldwell local attorney who said he was rep resenting Sevier Terrace Addi Tion in Kingsport and property owners in the right of Way out Side the City. Caldee argued that the rights of Way could not be bought for the amount estimated by the state and that the state should Bear the entire right of Way Cost. He said location of the super Highway through the thickly populated Section of Kingsport and suburban area was not fair to people who had built Homes there. He called for location of the Road along the Mitchell said he was notified present route of Highway 11-w april 12 that an agreement for repatriation of sick and wounded contractors had been reached. There Are quite a few still Back there who Are sick and the sergeant said. I d rather see them come. They need it More than i he said not All the remaining sick and wounded Are in hospitals. There were maybe 30 enlisted men left in my he said. There Are some sick and wounded in the two cities share in county Mitchell said prisoners who Bond issues on the basis of Scho violate Camp rules were put in a Lastic population. Latest school Hole or what you Call a census figures show coun it was More or less a bomb to students and in City shelter he said. They might schools. Other school business con i maybe a you in for 30 or 40 Days or pay teachers salaries for remainder of the term. Ducted by the court monday in j he described prison Camp Liv clouded the addition of conditions As bad before the the school department budget to j peace talks started. The after the peace talks started i they lifted the pressure on Akard explained that the he said. Conditions got better set up in the budget last As the peace talks went summer will be exceeded Byj the communists had banned because of the addition religious services in his Camp of teachers during the term Early 1951, Mitchell said higher salary rates paid to in but the ban was eased about the Struc tors with higher teaching same time the peace talks began. The he said prisoners were Given communist lectures but they were not successful. They gave us literature but i did t believe it. It was All qualifications coming into county system. The magistrates also voted to increase the water and electric Ity item in the school budget by to cover added water utilities and electrical appliances installed in schools during the year. A Resolution calling for Pur Chase of trucks and equipment the court. To haul Coal directly from the mines to county schools instead of buying from Coal dealers on advertised bids were tabled by and state route 1. Continued from Page 1 of a military Mission to several countries with the technical Industrial intelligence committee and has been awarded citations by the army and Navy depart ments and later by the defense department. Guenther has been very Active in civic work and Church work in Kingsport. He is a member of the kiwanis club is District chairman of the boy scouts of America and a member of the Board of deacons of the first presbyterian Church. In making his announcement Guenther said i am taking this step at the suggestion of several people and because i feel that it is the obligation of Good citizenship to serve one s City and nation in whatever capacity one is Able to serve. I believe that my education training and experience fit me to Deal with the administrative problems that in under the Bill it would be unlawful for a Parent or other per son having custody of a minor under 17 to knowingly permit the child to visit loiter about or frequent Beer gardens gambling places houses of ill Fame or other places of bad repute or to keep a minor child in such places. Any of these practices would constitute a Misdemeanour on the part of the Parent and would be punishable by a Fine up to and a six month jail sen tence. Opposition to this last pro vision has been based on the argument that parents May be unable to exercise constant us continued from Page 1 counts Bills Bonds and interest payments Are current to Date. The county auditor s report i reveals the various county funds As follows Ordinary interest sinking Road improvement special fund Trust funds 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. Judge Poston asked for the appointment again of the same members of the budget and tax rate committees who have served the past two years. Appointed were budget com Mittee James Elsea 5th District f. W. Isley 7th Earl Tri Vette 9th Raymond Gott 12th Eugene Mehaffey 12th, the county auditor and the county purchasing agent. Tax rate committee l. M. Faucette 17th District w. A. Cross 5th and j. L. Latimer Lith. The court also re elected Carl Chase for another term As county purchasing agent. Chase s two year term expired with this session of the court. Two members of the tax equalization Board f. New children so As to from frequenting prevision of keep them places that might Lead to such delinquency. Under Section 10307 of the Tennessee code the Parent now Man 17th District King 14th District and j. H. Were re elected to two year terms by the court. J action on a Resolution to in i crease salaries of county offi a vials included in a private act passed by the 1953 general As Sembly was deferred to the july term of court. Party compliments mrs. W. D. Rush Clintwood a. Deaf h Nof ices Kemper h. Hampton word has been received Here of the death of Kemper h. Hampton 79, at . Mon Day in a Galax va., Hospital. Or. Hampton was the father of Raleigh Hampton and Latrille Hampton of Kingsport. Funeral services will be held in Galax on wednesday at pin. Burial will be in the family cemetery there. R. H. Hurt word was received Here tues Day by e. S. Hurt sr., Carolina ave., of the death of his Broth r. H. Hurt 85, retired civil Engineer at Wytheville va., at a. M. Tuesday. Burial will be thursday at 1 p. M. At the family cemetery near Honaker a. Or. Hurt was a Surveyor for the seven mile line from the Norfolk and Western railway mainline near Honaker to Black lord near the lands of the for Mer governor h. Stuart of Elk Garden. He was also employed by Ritter lumber co., and stringfellow co., Coal and Timber operators in Southwest Virginia. He had been Active in Church and sunday school affairs at his Hometown of Gard Ner va., in Russell county. Since his retirement he had resided at Wytheville for a number of years. Survivors Are the following Brothers and Sisters mrs. J. B. Looney Grundy a mrs. Hol Jie Homey and j. B. Hurt St. Petersburg Fla. W. Hurt Honaker and e. S. Hurt sr., Kingsport. Airport Tunnel los Angeles Tunnel under los Angeles International Airport first of its kind in Thi country opens to Highway traffic after ceremonies today. The 3v2 million Dollar under pass carries Sepulveda Boule Vard one of the most heavily travelled thoroughfares in this area under the Middle of the Airport. It is feet Long with three traffic lanes in each direction. A prisoners May be imprisoned for from 10 jew. D. Rush celebrated her Days to three months and fined eighty third birthday at her Ever will be he pointed out the delay in building the Section of the super Highway Between Kingsport and Bristol. Squire Kelly Estep whose District will be split by the new Highway said the Cost of obtain ing the right of Way would not be too great since most of the buildings to be moved outside the City Are Small Frame houses. However he deplored the fact that the Highway route had not been surveyed along a line far ther West. He said moving the Highway route a Short distance would have prevented the Neces sity of moving a number of houses. The court registered a 33-0 vote in granting easement rights to the natural Gas company. The agreement with the company called for restoration of All steady Progress the made is due to the fact that it has been run on a business not a political basis and i would Hope to work on that basis. I am proud of Kingsport proud of the Kingsport Way of doing things and i will gladly give my services if the people of the City choose to elect from to if found guilty o wilfully contributing to de Pendency or delinquency of his children. However this Section further provides that the court May sus cd Pend the sentence on condition the Parent pay an Amoun up to per month for support City a the child. Many states have enacted statutes with Teeth such As the one advocated by the local bar association. These Laws Are be ing used As one Means of com bating the rising rate of Juve Nile delinquency in the United needed in the construction of an Access Road to the Sperry Farragut Plant near Bristol. Approximate Cost of the completed Road is with the defense department furnishing Federal secondary funds the state and Sullivan county Sullivan county will receive a Road costing approximately for not More than county roads and property Cross to judge Howard de to condition existing prior to Boston said m his report to the Laving in Niino court. It seems like Good Busi laying the pipeline. Will extend into upper East ten Nessee from Knox county. Cities to be served by the line will be Kingsport Johnson City Elizabethton Bristol and Morris town. The company further agree to re locate lines providing the county builds new roads Over Gas lines. A Resolution was passed Call ing for for rights of Way Yinug me pipeline. Route of the proposed Gas line nes to me. 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In 1951, Federal Bureau of investigation reports revealed the arrests of minors under 18 years of age an increase o 7.7 per cent Over the arrested in the United states in 1950. Locally in the first three months of 1953, the Kings or juvenile court alone handled 68 cases in which offences were committed or charged. These offences ranged from truancy and mischief to traffic violations and grand larceny. In 28 of these cases parents were deemed negligent and in some of the cases prosecution of the parents under a contributory to delinquency of minors Law could have been instituted. Great new Zoven Frigidaire electric Range at the Price of Many single oven models master Model rs-28 Only co 311 Cherokee Carou from Kroger phone 2774 Home recently with a birthday dinner. The following relatives were present or. And mrs. S. H. Sutherland or. And mrs. G. Mark French or. And mrs. Ben Sutherland and daughter Sally miss Louise Sutherland miss Catherine Sutherland miss Jane Sutherland Johnny Sutherland or. And mrs. E. R. Rush of Martinsville w. L. Rush of Norton or. And mrs. Fred Rush of Grundy mrs. S. P. Riddle of Madison w. Va., or. And mrs. William Sutherland and Daugh Ter Jane Leidig of Dante and one visitor Joe Gilbert. Flowers Backer Bros. Charlemont and Wataoka service a and no fat phone 2200 Groseclose Flowers for All phone 6 All arrant Ementi gurantee4 Cherokee Monument co. W. Center Shelby Sta. W aa4 Alons. A aa4 in Uriah Clat b. Both. Or Nur Cut Orkin rats Roaches my of flies world i Tarant a chiral co. Call 3535 continued from Page 1 sgt. Albert l. Howard of Nash Ville tenn., and Cpl. Howard e. Purvis of York s. C., said there still were sick and wounded men in the area they left. I guess they were too sick to Howard said. But Many of the american and other United nations prisoners who rolled through Freedom Gate today were laughing and joking in Sharp contrast to the solemn air of those freed As the Exchange of sick and wounded began yesterday. Today s group included americans 12 British 3 turks and 50 South koreans. The reds have said they would Exchange 100 South koreans for 350 North koreans and 150 Chi n e s e communists tomorrow leaving 55 americans the reds have promised to free still in communist hands. All of the 605 disabled United nations and South korean captives to be _ _ freed by the reds Are to be sex overtook Liing the Atlantic Collins it 32nd St. Changed by saturday. A air conditioned to _ parking on premises dining room All 5 j3. 7 modern facilities c moderated Miami Beach rates electricity than when silent movies were in style no fooling. Even though the Price of practically everything else has gone up you pay less for electricity today than you did in the 20 s before movies Learned to talk. The reasons technical advances in making electricity. Sound business management by your electric company. The fact that you re using More of it in your Home to do More things. More time for entertainment when Yea have a dishwasher relax after dinner and your dishwasher do the work. Dishes glassware Silver Art washed rinsed and dried automatically. And a dishwasher gently handles your finest China. The a few pennies a Day. Kingsport utilities your f f Ferine

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