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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - April 21, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeDo debaters win contest Johnson team from Dobyns Bennett High school took first place in debate Satur Day at the District 7 meeting of the Tennessee interscholastic literary league at East Tennes see state College. Team members were Jimmy Lott son of or. And mrs. O. V. Lett 1640 Carolina Avenue Kingsport and Shelby outlaw daughter of or. And mrs. Kyle outlaw 1617 Gate City Highway Kingsport. Other Dobyns Bennett first place winners were girls oratory Eloise Hensley daughter of mrs. Fannie l. Hensley 1545 Waverly Road boys oratory Maurice Whitaker son of or. And mrs. D. Squires earmark textbook Money but reluctantly blot Neville the controversial free textbook pro Gram was launched Here Mon Day by the earmarking of in county funds to buy used books from students at the end of the current term. J the county court reluctantly i murder trial starts in Kentucky Bowling Green by. In the. Murder trial of Marion Parker Duke opened yesterday with testimony from three prose cution witnesses including police chief Murrell Waddle. The 47-year-old negro is accused of the fatal shootings and beatings of mrs. Narcissus Bell 69 her sister mrs. Josephine voted to Transfer the Money within the school department budget after being informed that in state funds will become available in july. Ford 26, also negroes. They were slain last sept. 24 at mrs. Bell s Rooming House. Duke who found the bodies after returning from a trip to school superintendent j. Has denied any con Akard explained that the m. Whitaker h20 Bright Ridge Wili restored to the county drive extemporaneous when the state funds Al John Palmer son of or. And mrs. I dotted to administer the pro Palmer 1723 Orchard humorous Reading Tom s. E. Court Warrick son of mrs. Paul War Rick -1403 Oak Street Declama Tion Dorman Stout son of or. And mrs. J. A. Stout 1236 Catawba and a one act play cast including Dotty Teter. Daughter of or. And mrs. W. H. Teter 1110 Watauga Champe Bachelder son of or. And mrs. E. Bach elder. 1410 Linville Charles Burleson son of or. And mrs. H. Burleson route 2, Ford town Joyce Gillenwater Daugh Ter of or. And mrs. J. K. Gillen water 917 Broad Street and Judy Compton daughter of or. Gram Are received. Akard said that the state has authorized the Purchase of used textbooks from students at 50 per cent of the retail Price. Beginning next school term free textbooks must be furnished to All students through Grade 12, in accordance with state Law passed by the 1953 general As Sembly. Opposition to the controversial Law was voiced during the Brief debate on the Resolution calling for the fear was expressed that the county would have to pay for textbooks in future years in the and mrs. H. B. Compton 1616 event that the books Are not Pineola Avenue. Properly cared for by students i winning second place honors one magistrate expressed his against students from three oth general opinion of the Law in uner area High schools were de heard to Bate Lucy Crymble daughter of or. And mrs. A. Crymble 1348 Linville St., and Sandra Gilmore daughter of or. And mrs. B. D. Gilmore 14i3 Valley. The Dobyns Bennett students under the direction of Nancy a necessary competed against Stu dents from the East Tennessee state College training school Johnson City science Hill High school Johnson City and Elizabethton High school. Mista Kable terms. It s so darn Rotten it he said. While a voice vote was being taken on the measure under consideration another Squire was say Aye under american Soldier fed up with reds returns to West second Bank Bandit surrenders to Fri Memphis the second of two men charged with the smoothly executed hold up of a Commerce miss., Bank has surrendered. The Fri said Here yesterday that Walter Wheeler 40, of Peoria 111., surrendered yester Day at Canton 111. The second i Man Ellis Williamson 46 of Section with the killings. He is being tried first for the death of mrs. Bell. Chief Waddle told of finding a pair of bloodstained shoes in Duke s suitcase in the House and said the defendant admitted they were his. He also quoted Duke As saying i was drunk and Don t know what happened adding that the defendant later denied gaining admittance to the House after his return from Franklin. Others who took the stand were Raymond Mcclard War Ren county Coroner at the time of the slayings but now Jailer and City patrolman James benders. Post Officemax lengthen routes of Rural carriers Washington up the Post office department is studying the possibility of longer routes for Rural carriers Many of whom now Complete their rounds in half a Day. Postmaster general Arthur e. Summer eld said the depart Gen. Eichelberger rinds her says Japan should wreckage build up defences new York general Robert l. Eichelberger an Ejder statesman of the u. S. Army declared firmly today that Japan should build up her armed forces to discourage new communist aggression in the Par East. He also suggested that the u. S. Could afford to give military Aid to Japan since it would mean a reduction in the Cost of main Taining american forces in that country. He saw no danger to other far Eastern countries from a re armed Japan. Eichelberger expressed these views in written answers to questions submitted by the United press. He has just returned from a two month Mediterranean cruise and is resting at his Ashe Ville n. C., Home. The former commander of the u. S. 8th army in Japan in com menting on the controversial question of reviving the japanese military machine pointed Oul that the United states is not Strong enough itself to guarantee Japan s safety. If United states were All powerful in a peaceful world one could for economic reasons recommend that Japan remain unarmed except for the necessary constabulary and he said As a matter of fact the United states has commitments Over he Europe the Middle East and the far East. We have tried to build up the strength of our allies and the strength of the Liberty Loving part of the United nations. In our endeavours we have made some Success but the United states is not powerful enough at the present time to guarantee the absolute safety of Japan from soviet Russia and Ier satellites. Japan with her Brave sons must the bal a1v.l14 bloc usual a i ment is going into the h5r own coun Tion of lengthening Rural routes wu1 in its Campaign to Cut costs delivering the mail. He said longer routes would eliminate some of the carriers positions. A Good Many Rural carriers work Only a four or five hour identification of the pair was a few the away. Williamson wrecked his car near Here april 8, one Day before the Holdup. The car was were linked with the a Check Back of Illinois Cense plates turned up the of Williamson Washington up Willis Bergen american Soldier who went awol to Czechoslovakia last year became fed up with communism and voluntarily re a turned to the West the state department said. Bergen 24, and a private first class was reported missing from m a garage when the ban or Ilsc Tim of o line Roll i his Post m Germany in 1952. Two months later the czechs announced they had granted him Asylum and said he1 fled behind the Iron curtain for political reasons. Last August Prague newspapers reported Bergen had held a press conference in which he denounced the aggressive for eign policy of the United states which unleashed the korean the state department tried repeatedly without Success to get custody of Bergen. The department announced to Day that Bergen went to the american embassy in Prague on and said they found april 6 and asked for assistance for charges of Selling liquor the usually Check in at or 8 ., deliver the mail and Check out by noon or . Many Are Farmers in the afternoons. Rural carriers jobs Are the most sought after positions in the postal service because of the Short hours and the mileage allowances the spokesman said. Carriers furnish their own cars and receive an equipment and allowance of nine cents a mile for their use. Of the w i history of the National Bank paid a total Commerce. One armed Man walked into the Bank at demanded a paper sack be filled j with Cash then left. Java was spiked Schenectady n. Y. Lice investigated the Strong cof fee at the Delores restaurant Carrier was last Var no in returning to his Post in Ger Many. Ambassador George Wentworth asked the czech government on april 7 for an exit visa to per Mit Bergen to leave the communist nation and it was granted last saturday. Without a License. They booked the owner Clif Ford Perkins 41, and his counter Man Hugh Lewis 31, after a Raid. The specially of the House was Coffee police said the Java was spiked. Housewife is eyewitness to horrors of train wreck a Toi Selfe uts barely 30 feet from the trucks where the Streamliner the Champion jumped off the rails gave the United Preis the . To cant of the derailment. By mrs. Joe herring As told to the United press Dillon s. Prob ably never forget the cries of those poor people who were trapped in that wrecked train. My husband and i were right there when it happened and it was something i la never forget. We were just coming Home from Church it was about and All of a sudden i heard something that sounded like the end of the world. When we had seen what Hadi happened flames were Licking up Over the front of the wreck age and we rushed inside to Call Dillon just three Miles North of Here. But the train had broken Down the Telephone lines and our phone was dead. We thought we could do the most Good by getting into town and getting some help. As we rushed outside of the j House i could hear the people in the train moaning. It was awful. After we had driven to town and told the police and the fire department we came Back Home and my husband started to help get the wounded out. He crawled through the aisles of the cars piled on their sides and got the wounded outside. Pretty soon the place was flooded with people and there just was t much that could be done. Fox today drive in tonight something for the Birds Victor Neal Kingsport Greeneville Hwy. Of. Area at on i go to Boutwood most Luu Wiful Enki is cartoon z shows nightly starts dusk Shoopman faces fourth indictment Clinton term. Son county sheriff Joe Shoop Man already awaiting trial on three indictments by the county grand jury now faces a fourth. The jury yesterday charged Shoopman with neglecting his official duties in the return and execution Bonds. The february grand jury returned three indictments accusing the sheriff of trying to bribe a Deputy conspiring with tavern owners and failure to make proper reports on liquor seized in raids. Also indicted by the february grand jury was Duncan Cope land former circuit clerk who was accused of altering official records. Both Copeland who re signed when his Bond was revoked and Shoopman have de Nied the charges. Copeland s trial is now under Way in criminal court Here and Shoopman s is scheduled to Fol Low. A y l o Gate City a. Today William Lundigan state file 469" a truce in Korea would Lessen the red menace to Japan. I believe that a truce in Korea if the result of an honest desire on the part of the Krem Lin to Lessen the cold War will decrease the communistic threat to Gay Little Kitten has 600 owners Chicago a Gay Little Alley born Kitten has 600 owners. And the 600, ail 5 to 14-year-old pupils of the Henry Clay elementary school nurse and pet her almost As no Kitten Ever has been before. Maybe it was the fondling or maybe it was a leap or a jump out anyway the yellow and Slack Kitten of obscure lineage began limping around the school. Then she began dangling one leg. A veterinarian diagnosed a broken hip said an operation would Cost about and suggested Clay be destroyed. Mrs. Abbey Mcculloch told the children what the veterinarian had said. By noon the children in an absolutely spontaneous move ment had collected the mrs. Mccullough said yesterday. They gave pennies Nickels and dimes. It was really the operation was a Success. Should be Back with her 600 owners within a week. Madam Ann palmistry omit a rebut and fit tre it cited 2 Kamki fam i de past in old in Heb Falm is Don t pail to see Scott theater City a. Now showing Condor reaching a screaming screeching Peak of screen excitement ireasureott1ie 601den Condor technicolor coma com wet Wilde Smith my just act starts tomorrow Center of Champion Dillon s. Bond bad been to a movie in Dillon and was in route Home to Latta when he saw what at first appeared to be a fire in a Fiew. Be stopped his car and ran Orer. It was the wreckage of the Atlantic coast line Cham Pion on which his father w. L. Bond was baggage master. Young Bond searched desperately through the twisted wreckage of the cars and found his father severely injured. He took him to the Hospital. Granger to address Engineer group the upper East Tennessee chapter of the Tennessee so British prisoner says nothing is left in Pyongyang Moscow spokesman for seven britons interned in North Korea since the Early Days of the War said today there is nothing left in the spokesman said his group had spent 19 Days in the North korean capital and were treated kindly there. There is nothing left in he said. There Are no houses. Just tunnels there were some air raids while we were there. One Day a brigadier came into our underground shelter and said he was pleased to Tell us the news that through the Good offices of the soviet government we would be the internees headed by capt will hold a dinner meeting at 7 . Friday at the Frontier club at Johnson City. Reservations can be made by contacting a. T. Regan at ten Nessee Eastman company Extension 2144, or at his Home phone 3795 in Kingsport. Professor a. T. Granger head of the department of civil in i Gine ering at the University of Tennessee will be the guest speaker. His topic will be per haps in the form of Granger was born in Austin Texas. He received his education at the University of Texas where he later was an associate professor of civil engineering for eight years. Until 1940 when Granger joined it he was associated with private Engineer ing firms. Vyvyian Holt former British Consul general at Seoul arrived Here by train monday on their Way Home Kenya officials find More victims Kingsport times tuesday april 21, 1953 9, world medical group to meet in Richmond a. Richmond a. Cal representatives from 48 states and 20 nations arrived Here to Day to attend the first Western hemisphere conference of the world medical association. The conference will bring to Gether some 200 delegates of official medical societies and Sev eral Hundred visiting doctors to Exchange information and ideas on latest developments in Many Fields of Medicine. More than 50 medical leaders from Latain America were scheduled to arrive by special plane. The group was headed by or. Jose Angel Bustamente presi Dent of the pan american medi Cal confederation. Special guests of the Confer ence will be 48 75-year-old practitioners one from each state. The elderly doctors were named As delegates to the conference by the governors of their Home states at the invitation of gov. John s. Battle of Virginia. Three Days of discussions will cover such topics As atomic development in radiology use of psychiatry in general practice new information about treat ment of heart ailments prob lems of anaesthesia expansion of Industrial Medicine and pub Nairobi Kenya up a Llic health problems in the thormities today reported finding americas. The bodies of 12 More native vie j Tims of the anti White terroristic Mau Mau organization. Dead found in shanty villages outside Nairobi were believed to have been executed on orders of a. Mau Mau court which held sessions in one of the Village huts. Friday s circus is loaded with some of Best clowns probably no other word is More closely associated with Cir Cus than the word Clown. Circuses of today have discovered that much of their financial Success depends upon their clowns. The Public likes to laugh and if the skits and funny contraptions Are clean and whole some there is certain to be a marked reaction at the ticket Wagon. The King Bros and Christian combined circus coming to Kingsport april 24th, has assembled Many of the most noted Joeys in Spangle land. With a whole Herd of in number to be exact together with other animals and a Bevy of strikingly Beautiful girls with he show tills season the clowns Lave a world of material for the building of their animated skits and their Gro esque costumes and timely gags keep the thousands who attend the performances of the big show convulsed with laughter. Many of this year s fun makers Are from abroad. There Are Johnny Lola Herbert Prichard and Emil Lawson who Hail from Australia Stephen la Monte from Paris France Harry rus Ier and Graf Hinchcliffe from London England and Bago Nghi Gall Iafioli from Rome Italy. Other noted fun makers in Jude Jojo Lewis known throughout the land As the Gate City Highway to a i go to Farley Granger Ruth roman strangers on a train Clown Brownie Gudath William Bailey Stephan Crowe Chas. Browley Lou Keeler Phil lip Enos Eddie Harris and Many others together with a real Clown band will be on hand at each performance to furnish Hearty laughs throughout the lengthy program. All of them will be seen in the thrilling circus Parade at through the downtown streets show Day morning and they will also take part in the gorgeously produced spectacle per which opens the perform ances at 2 and 8 . A downtown ticket office will be in operation show Day at the Freel drug store at Broad and Center streets where tickets for both performances will be on Sale at the same prices charged at the circus grounds. Triangle children in Der k Prat Trainer is cleared Buenos Aires up Ste phen Jacyna an animal Trainer from new York was cleared to Day of any involvement in last week s bombing incidents. Jacyna was arrested by police for questioning after he had been seen leaving a subway Sta Tion which had been bombed. He was held until late monday. Irish reach u. S. New York Hurt. Dred Irish most irom Northern Ireland and most hoping to Ted better economic conditions litre than they left behind in Europe arrived Here yesterday aboard the Cunard liner Georgic. They were described As the largest single group from the North to arrive in this country in 25 years. Kingsport Friday april 24 Clay St. Near Little store super Market auspices is d Ristiano con4b i Ned circus Allf 0hc wh9 Miff a Cost i m term store at i a. Favorite Kingsport theatres 25o wild animals including a Riaff i Hippopotamus 15 strand phone pm Alan Ladd Arlene Dahl desert lesion technicolor s stooges news Toice Baum a p. H. Center phone pm the member of the wedding cartoon news Rialto phone 354 Ruby Gentry Jennifer Jones Charlton Heston g e m one of the year s Burt Lancaster Shirley in her Academy award winning performance come Back Little Sheba y recommended for adults Only features at goofy color cartoon world news Frank Lovejoy Joan Weldon color cartoon news starting tomorrow Stolte double feature Caveman and blonde Savage Iso circus artists from All parts of the world or water Pronov new invested daily expenses event morning at a. Richest Street Parade Ever seen adults s1.08 children 50i a tact of him tax Reserve and admission tickets on Sale circus Day at Freels drug store balloon ascension and it. Parachute drop free on show ground Ati . The great Skylo King Bros. Circus tickets mat also be purchased at the Charles store Broad a Market Dixie maid bakery 201 Cherokee Grays jewellers 106 e. Market i typewriter equipment co. 1022 Bristol Highway and cheer your friends and maybe you too will see yourself in the movies Home town movies of Kingsport this is your town All local scenes All local people 60 minutes of Kingsport on the same big program Wayne regular prices open Star of Texas wednesday thursday Friday

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