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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - August 13, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeDeathless Days City county 23 p r a c 11 e e safety Tver Yont nobody loses. Kingsport times vol. Al no. 161 Kingsport tenn., Friday August 13, 1954 14 pages five cents the weather partly Cloudy tonight with Low in upper 50s. Saturday continued partly Cloudy and Wanner with Chance of afternoon Thunder showers. Thursday s High 76 last night s Low. 56 noon Reading. 75 Trace of rain. Haemorrhage listed As cause in death red outlaw Bill goes to House passes Senate in whirlwind vote yesterday Washington. Auk. 13 unanimous Senate passage of a Bill to outlaw the communist party confronted gop House leaders to Day with the politically Tricky ques Tion of what to do with it in the face of administration opposition. The up Nat s action taken at a session yesterday that had Many a head spinning gave an ironic twist to the administration s efforts to drive some Anu comm measures through Congress in tie closing Days of the session. With time running out for Many of the proposals urged by atty. Gen. Brownell the Senate unexpectedly whipped through some thing he not Only had t asked for but had consistently opposed. To Cap it All. It was democratic senators led by sen. Humphrey of Minnesota who came up with an anti communist measure that proved to have an irresistible a peal to lawmakers in this election year. Sen. Cooperr by told his col leagues just before Tho Vole what other senator know that there were political implications in this the Senate started off its Topsy Turvy Day with a Bill by sen. But Jer t red aimed at wiping out communist dominated labor unions find wound up by tacking it in modified form on to Humphrey s Bill As an amendment. Humphrey had succeeded in substituting his Bill for Butler s. J the result was a combination Washington. 13 measure that would outlaw the Mccarthy a wis won today in communist party and also Appeal for the Senate to pay strip communist dominated labor Date held Here on morals charge aug. 21 a 25-year-old fori to repro thursday night in the City Hall As bargaining agents by the investigation of Nisi courtroom unanimously endorsed a proposal to Issue 825 thousand Dol Lars Worth of Bonds to pay for a new Junior High school. The final decision will be up to the voters in a referendum tentatively set for september 25. The town a Kingsport tradition was held to acquaint All clonal labor relations Board. Official conduct. It. Passed 85-0, leaving the next sen Watkins chairman move he to the House. _ of the special committee which will a Etzen House members have conduct hearings on a censure been pushing Bills of their own move aimed at Mccarthy an ii med at outlawing the party. Bounced the decision. He said my rep. Harrison a. Williams wl11 be allowed to select a no promptly announced he the lawyer. Would introduce a companion to Watkins said the interested with the issues the Humphrey Bill monday. He has the approval of Seu. Knowland in Advance of the formal vote. In a statement the Senate Bill j of California the Senate Republic Board of education chairman is a tremendous stride Forward in can Leader sen. Lyndon b. John a Edwin Reed told the gathering that the fight against the of Texas the Senate demo. Conspiracy of cratic Leader and sen. Jenner r Butler s Bill aimed at comm a chairman of the Senate nist infiltrated unions had admin rules committee is ration backing although it was not exactly what Brownell had asked. It also had Strong opposition Junior High school enrolment in the City this fall is expected to be 750 and thai enrolments in ele icentary schools indicate it will the development came As -140 by the a11 of 1955. Bers of the subcommittee which i when it is hoped to have the second investigated Mccarthy s Bitte Junior High read for use. From senators who contended it with High army officials said they Ross n. Robinson who retired in an ill drawn measure that hoped to release their report nex t july after serving for 30 years As Call for 26 classrooms. Reed said. There Are 24 classrooms in the building. Elery Lay Junior High principal said he plans to use the study Hall for one Home room and the science room for another. Reed said it will be impossible for the City to accept 12 new Tui Tion pupils whom five applied for admittance to Junior High this fall and that a decision has yet to be made whether to accept 18 new tuition pupils who have applied for admittance to the ninth Grade at Dobyns Bennett High school. School supt. Dana p. Swick later told a newsman he wished to emphasize that All tuition pupils Al ready enrolled May continue in school. He said he had received Many Telephone Calls from anxious suburban parents since the word got out that acceptance of tuition pupils would have to be restricted this fall. Could be used to destroy labor unions. It survived a first test when the Senate rejected b i-31, a proposal thursday. City school superintendent said audience. Reed said the sen. Mundt who pre Junior High school building lion of sided Over those 36-Day hearings. Is or a capacity of a tuition paying freshmen to Dobyns to sidetrack i in favor of creating Iha _. Woman s son husband and a Man with first degree murder in connection with _. Death were signed by Constable find Coroner j. E. Upchurch just after noo1.1. Friday. Hie woman was mis. Monnie Stapleton. 42. 733 Circle drive. Her husband. Kaney Staple Lon. Released on Bond

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