Kingsport Times Newspaper Archives Aug 18 1954, Page 7

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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - August 18, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeWednesday. August 18. 1954 Kin sport times 7 Well baby clinic on Long Island opens wednesday 61. Paul s Well baby clinic o Long Island re opened today j . The clinic which a been in operation seven years run under the direction of a Loc j paediatrician a registered Nurs j a nurse s aide a doctor s assist and a recording Secretary. All babies and pre school a Clay Barr and children Are Given free physic miss Phyllis Cox examinations and inoculations. Were winners of the clinic will be open the fir the Southern states Talent show presented at Shady Valley term., last week. Miss Cox is the daughter of or. And mrs. G. K. Cox while or. Barr s parents Are or. And mrs. Paul Barr All of Shady Valley. And third wednesday of each month. Visiting hours Are fro . To . Uncertainty Marks confab Over anti communist Bill by James Marlow Washington aug. 18 this moment it s the uncertainty which is the most distinguished feature of the Maneu vers to pro Duce or not to produce a Law Banning the communist party. Congress has t passed such an yet. The uncertainty extends pfc three directions 1 whether Congress anxious to get Home this week will actually approve such a measure 2 whether president Eisenhower would let it become and 3 what effect it would have if it be came Law. The congressional last thursday the Senate passed t Bill making it a crime to be a communist party member. The Eisenhower administration had opposed such1 a step. So on monday under administration prodding the House tried to get around the problem by pass ing a Bill which was a watered Down version of the one the Senate approved. The House measure would t make it a crime to be a communist party member. It would Sim ply deprive the party of Legal but yesterday the Senate rejected the House version in favor of its own. How could these differences be reconciled both houses set up a joint committee to agree on a single Hill both houses would approve. If the conferees can t agree that ends any Chance for Banning the party this year. If they agree on i single Bill both houses must approve. There s not much time left the presidential uncertainty Eisenhower s attorney general Herbert Brownell led the fight against the original Senate if Congress nevertheless votes for it the president is in a dilemma if he signed the measure into Law it would be contrary to what his administration had argued. If he vetoed contrary particularly when a firm stand against communism cannot be considered politically unpopular. The uncertainty of its effect the subversive activities control Board operating under authority of the 1950. Mccarran internal Security act ruled communist party members and leaders must be registered with the govern mint on the grounds that their party is a Moscow agent. The communists appealed to the supreme court. If the court perhaps by next Spring upholds the Board the communists will be required to Regis Ter. But the Mccarran act says the fact that a communist had to be registered would not incriminate him in any Way. But if a new Law goes on the books now making it a crime to be a communist the government could not Force a communist to incriminate himself by registering As a communist because the Constitution bars forced self incrimination. So the administration fears passage of a Law making it a crime to be a communist would wreck the Mccarran act and make futile Chimney sweeper Islic Charm for europeans Berlin an old Germa belief that if you meet a Chimney sweeper on the see on on a will bring you goo Luck. And Berlin s soot covered to hatted sweeps Don t disco Raj the legend. Many pick up extra change no and then through accidental meetings with visiting statesmen celebrities or Plain berliners. Newspapers and picture Servici sometimes hire the sweepers i just such encounters. The Pap i usually Are glad to run pictures t them with their All Black Woi suits silk top hats soot Streak faces and old Witch s t y 1 brooms. At the Start of the big Pou conference in Berlin earlier the year news photographers hired pan of sweepers for Chance meetings with Britain s foreign Secretary Anthony Eden an France s then foreign minister years of government efforts Force communists to Register. Tour refuses guilty plea by to los Angeles w Superior court yesterday refused to permit Lynn Baggett former actress to plead guilty to a hit run driving charge filed after an Auto collision in which a child was killed. Judge Clement d. Nye continued the matter until oct. 11, when miss Baggett estranged wife of russians. Big Stone Gapud has picnic meeting big Stone Gap by Stone Gap chapter of the unite daughters of the confederacy Joyed a picnic meeting at the Horn of mrs. G. C. Honeycutt recently miss Frances Long was assisting mrs. George l. Taylor open the Mee ing with the u. D. C. Rit Ual followed America and flags. Mrs. C. L. Weatherly of the nominating committee presented the following slate of offi cers for the coming year mrs George l. Taylor president mrs w. N. Bolts first vice president mrs. W. M. Hamilton second vie president mrs. John b. Gilley corresponding Secretary mrs Paye Collier recording Secretary mrs. P. E. Handy treasurer e. B. Wampler historian by the singing the salutes to the mrs mrs l. C. Yancey registrar mrs. J. H Mccrary custodian. The slate was then voted on and unanimously elected. Mrs p. E. Handy registrar announced that mrs. Maude Chandles a new member of the chapter. Mrs. Henry Lane was in charge of the program which followed the business session. Mrs. T. A Bankin presented a Reading entitled speak for mrs. Hallie Litton then played sing me a song of the South and souvenir of Stephen Foster on the piano. Producer Sam Spiegel will go on trial on a felony manslaughter charge involving the same death Watnick 10, was fatally Bur in the Accident. To Tek Tiv the finest for school Send your youngster Back to school in Good fitting Long wearing pro Tek Tiv shoes. Our new fall styles Are Here now. Come in today. All styles sizes 5 a to 8 pro Tek Tiv for Good fitting As the fool develops contour of last is changed twite in each size Range to conform with contour of Loci As it develop Arch and libel Heights raised twice in each Ranee to help support Rich u it Trowt upward wedge built in ii Heel to help no slip it the Heel. 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