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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - August 11, 1953, Kingsport, Tennessee12 tuesday aug. 11, 1953 Kingsport times Cotton forecast indicates crop controls Likely Washington agriculture department monday forecast a 1953 Cotton crop of Bales Down 3.5 per cent from last year s production. Department officials have estimated that a crop much above Bales this year would Call for Federal marketing quotas on next year s Cotton crop be cause of shrinking Export markets and growing surpluses. Secretary of agriculture Ezra t. Benson has until oct. 15 to decide whether to invoke controls 1954 output. Two More monthly crop estimates to be made before that Date could change the picture considerably. Red newspaper correspondents warned by gis j Freedom Village Korea american former prisoners sent out a warning Toi two communist correspondents monday to stay on their Side of the Iron curtain. Each of the prisoners indicated he would have gladly Given up some of the niceties of being free again to give Alan winning ton or Wilfred Burchett a punch in the nose. They were particularly angry at Winnington correspondent for the London daily worker who taunted them in prison Camps. Most of the gis would like to get hold of pvt. Elwood h. Graham of Fields Borough n. J., and Cpl. Richard p. Cobbs Buffalo n. Y., said. Hearing for big Stone Man slated for August 21 a. Dept. Finds reason grocery Bill is higher Washington Bills Are running higher these Days because housewives Are Wise a. 37-year-old buying More food and More sex Wise county Man who agriculture de charged with murder after his j Par Merit experts report. Wife was found dead beside an j americans also seem to be eat electrified Fence last week will ing More of their meals at res receive a preliminary hearing Factor boost a crop the size of monday s he lectured several times on stolen pro forty assistant chief of police John g. Martin is shown above looking Over part of the stolen property taken in the recent break ins in Kingsport and Haw Kins county. Martin estimated the value of the stolen property at including two ears. Photo by Frank Creasy four youths bound Over to grand jury in theits by Neal o Steen times news writer four Kingsport youths were bound to the Sullivan county grand jury following preliminary hearings in general sessions court monday afternoon on a variety of charges ranging from automobile theft to criminal trespass. The boys were charged in july burglaries and thefts in which on two Counte of Gran rom the Taylor lot first. Then larceny two counts of Automo aft a the re had blown they bile theft and one charge of Back to Kingsport from criminal trespass. Ithe shop hollow Road and stole Frank Bradley 20, was placed. Bother car from the Mills lot. Under Bonds totalling on charged m the criminal tres two charges of grand larceny Case were Guy Webb and forecast plus Bales car ried Over from previous year s crops would bring total supplies this season to Bales. Domestic and Export needs Are currently estimated at Bales. The first estimate on the 1953 crop compares with last year s production of Bales and 10-year average output of Bales. Oysters love life boosted i Waco Wash. Love life of the Oyster is getting a boost meat Grinders. Oysters in Willapa Bay Aren t reproducing fast enough to suit local growers so they re grinding them up by the thousands of bushels. The grinding mixes sperm and ova and when the hash is strewn on the Bay Oyster larvae form in Large numbers from the fertilized ova. Full fledged oys ters grow from the larvae. Under Normal conditions the growers have to depend upon currents in the Bay to bring the sperm and ova together. Germ Graham said. Quite a few were taken in. There were plenty of progressives. Cpl. Billy j. Campbell of Lor Raine tex., said Winnington and Burchett australian correspond ent for the Paris it humanity Are the lowest kind of men in the another freed prisoner said Burchett stood outside a prison there aug. 21. Charged is Ballard Lane of big Stone Gap who told officers his wife became entangled in the Fence while making a pre Dawn trip to an outhouse. Lane was arrested and charged shortly after the death was reported last wednesday and was released the next Day on Bond sheriff Harold Fleming said. The sheriff said earlier reports that Lane was arrested and then released without charges were untrue. Fleming said the Fine strands of Copper wire Strung around the Lane s Tomato connected to the household electrical circuit and controlled by a switch in the couples bedroom. The preliminary hearing will be held before trial Justice ing the total food Bill. A department report said re Tail food prices were Down 2 per cent from a year earlier the first Quarter of this year and lower than during any part of 1952. However during the same be Malenkos s a bomb speech lays Down Tough policy against s. By Phil Newsom up foreign news editor for two hours saturday rus Sia s Premier Georgi m. Malen Kov devoted himself to the theme who s afraid of the big bad or in this Case who s afraid of the big bad United Malenkos said he want be cause now Russia also has the her Imogen bomb. It would be a hardened personality indeed who did not re Rod grocery shoppers spent Iceie such news with a chill of a person for food compared with apprehension. Or re insults at George l Camp and shouted hungry americans. I would like to catch up with him some Cpl. George w. Smith 30, of Dade City fla., said. I might do something bad to that Smith said Burchett would j stand outside the Fence and Nashville spa the Kingsport off ice will continue person a year earlier. Behind this is an increase in disposable personal income. The part of the paycheck left after taxes Rose from an annual rate of per person the last Quarter of 1952 to the first Quarter of this year. The increase went into spend ing not into savings. There was a 5 per crat drop in net personal savings the first three months of this year. Adult classes will close september 8 enrolment for adult Educa Tion courses will close september 8, not August 8, As was stated in Fleet that if Russia really has the a bomb it was born of Treach Ery. Ethel and Julius Rosenberg died in the electric chair a few weeks ago because they were atomic spies for Russia. A Brilliant naturalized Brit ish scientist is serving a prison sentence because he too was a spy for Russia. He is Klaus Fuchs. Another and probably the most Brilliant of them All Bruno Pontecorvo disappeared from his British Laboratory in 1950 and is widely believed to have gone to Russia. Pontecorvo is believed to have Given the communists a Sam ple of the a bomb s main ingredient. And then of course there is the final irony. And one count of receiving stolen property. The 16-year-old boy. Testimony of three witnesses John Day 17, Lynn Garden indicated that they had tres was placed under Bonds totalling the farm of Claude in two counts of grand Bailey on the Scott county Road larceny. Last thursday and had molested shout hey you gis Don t have your radios and comic books and ice Cream any More do then he would laugh Smith Saad. Hearing reset in assault Case preliminary hearing for a 26 in. Jonesville va., last week. Adams is being charged with two cases of grand larceny and receiving possessing and disposing of stolen property. Said he thought that Tennessee department ploy ment Security will probably continue to oper calling 3664. Ate comparatively unscathed in the cutback program due to fed eral budget reductions. A spokesman in the office of women Eta Craft both Ramies stering commissioner Donald Sween said tentative m. My plans to handle Rogersville and Sneed Ville areas from the Kingsport office Are being considered but year old Hillcrest Man charged emphasized that nothing is with assault with intent to certain at ravish a 15-year-old Babysitter has been continued in general sessions court to ., a gust 24. The continuance was granted the state by judge s. G. Gil breath or. Monday afternoon at Vernon Webb 17, West injured a sheep belonging was nut under Bonds the prosecutor. In one charge of grand none of the defendants took Martin who investigated the Larry no and a criminal trespass the witness stand in any of the thefts praised work of other of a ii Cibij a r i filers in the county for their assistant chief of police John work in helping in the arrests charge. Judge s. G. Gilbreath or. Also committed two juveniles to the state training and agricultural school at Nashville. A 15-year-old boy was Given two one year sentences on two a blunts of automobile theft the terms to run concurrently. A 16-year-old boy was com g. Martin said monday night that the police had in custody another Man who is suspected of taking part in the recent break ins in Kingsport and Hawkins county. Police list the Man As Willard Adams 18, who was picked up this was the last Man who was the time originally set for hear involved in the break ins. Preliminary hearing for Adams the defendant is alleged to is set for 10 . Tuesday. Nave assaulted the girl at his Hul Crest Home about 11 Last wednesday. He is under Bond Pend ing the preliminary hearing. And in recovery of stolen pro Perty. He named the officers As con stable j. E. Upchurch deputies John Trent Dave Myers and m. C. Carroll. Deputy Garve Strong of Hawkins county also assisted in the investigations. Fitted to the state institution on conviction of criminal tres pass. His term was to run con currently with a similar sen tence Given last week in Juve Nile court the judge said. Two of the youths Day and Bradley Are under Bond each in Hawkins county on charges of burglar izing a Gro Cery store in Goshen Valley near Church Hill last week. Charged in two burglaries of a Dobyns Taylor hardware company warehouse were Bradley and Day. Patrolman Rogers said Guy admitted entering the warehouse on july 31 and steal 15 electric fans valued at Rogers said Guy told him Bradley took the fans in his car and helped dispose of them. The patrolman further Testi fied that Day admitted that he Bradley and one of the juveniles entered the warehouse on the night of july 20 and took two electric trains a set of cooking utensils and a combination radio and phonograph. All of the merchandise stolen from the Dobyns Taylor Ware House was reportedly recovered by police also recovered was an Assort ment of automobile supplies Sto Len from the Lynn Garden Auto parts store one night late in july. Rogers the Auto supplies including batteries horns tire tubes and Hood ornaments were found near a Side Road leading off the projected Bristol Kings port superhighway. Day admitted taking part in this burglary and implicated Webb and Bradley Rogers said Guy and the two juveniles were charged in the automobile thefts. Deputy sheriff John Trent told the court he ran upon the i boys with the two cars oni ship hollow Road one night last week. I the cars had been taken from. The lots of c. M. Taylor motor sales and Mills motor company. Trent said a tire had blown on i one of the cars. Rogers said one of the Juve Niles told him they stole the car facially and approved Beria s ouster. It was far and away Malen Kov s most important speech but world leaders who study it May pay More attention to other elements of it than his claim to the a bomb which after All had been anticipated. It was one most belligerent pronouncements and seemed to reflect a switch Back to Josef Stalin s hard line1 against the United states. It also contained the Flat announcement that Russia never will permit a reared Germany a Clear implication that she will keep Germany divided indefinitely unless unification also Means Complete neutrality. A third Point was Russia s in Tention of surrounding herself with a deep Buffer line of neutralized countries. Such appeared to be Malen Kov s intent in singling out Fin land France. Turkey Persia Afghanistan India and Egypt As countries with which Russia wanted especially Good relations. For the United states there appeared to be no Good in speech. Malenkos repeated his Asser Tion that no world problem existed that could not be settled by questions under dispute with United states. M of the source said the picture for inside the Kingsport office is pretty i Bright but indicated the same Boise May not be True for All pen Nel of the office. The Kingsport office is h de by Hobart c. Money nun and two has eight workers on its staff. Rogersville is scheduled to close its office at an unannounced Date. That office handled Sneedville area employment and compensation cases. The lease outside. Through Hewitt stunning on the building in expires sept. 30. I unaided 5 edition of the atomic Energy program Lavrenti Beria now also system Voore director of Voca location said enrolment oing held for the classes. Lion May be obtained by tee dubbed has been deposed and already May have been liquidated. I the supreme soviet school Call Craft motors inc. Phone s scheduled so far in oked Rug making Malenkos s announcement of the bomb first had heard pick up service tailoring for crafts leather our prices and aft and basketry till and real Oil furnaces beginners any furniture and to .1 or re. Others will be circulating fan to is Moore forced draft . Oil safety Furnace Bird automatic controls installed therein it Cortni Carpenter 11.20 per month no Down 3c months to Pat Ewitt went Pigeon of regular he Idaho Senate Ware erday with an air Rifle of the Birds flew in an open window each Cooperator electric Range or o. Efforts to shoo ranges from from o hit one on the first try g it so it could be i iterators from air conditioners 21" Stewart Warner television sets from its companion Sheet Metal through an open window e. Sallilu St. 135 i Broad Street phone 2130 wednesday morning specials a. M. 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Free for Boyi and girls safety scotch Lite tape for your Bike free serving Sinclair gasoline and Oil Complete tire and Battery service new and Complete Kraft system tire recapping shop new and Complete automobile garage still ally extra dim opening special Woven plastic seat covers 18.95 regular value new Slock new patterns for most All makes of cars. Men s Novelty sport shirts Reg. 1.98 1.47 b stripes checks patterns in easy to Wash Cotton Plasse. In or out Bottoms Short sleeves. All size. Cd Cotton Leno allows free circulation of air on warm Days. Vat dyed solid colors. Short sleeves. Opening special extra Strong extra Safe general Saf t Miler stronger and fatter stopping Thi net Tive 100-Tard loot tread. Tire opening special general 11.90 dual grip of tending master of mileage in the Low Price Field. Built stronger than most to resist cuts and bruises that tear apart Many Low priced tires. Recap male tire opening special Cool fiber seat covers Reg. Value Bright new patterns for most popular makes of cars. Remember it s the new Shelby Street store Duffer Taylor tire service Shelby St. Phone 4068 Kingsport Tenn

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