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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - August 26, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseePella Pella Italy s new pro Western Premier turns and gestures As he addresses the italian Senate aug. 22, in Rome. Pella 51, successor to Alcide de Gasperi was Given a Senate vote of Confidence by a vote of 140 to 88. He faces a similar test in chamber of deputies perhaps Early next week. Seated beside Pella Are finance minister Ezio Vanoni left and Justice minister Antonio Azara in front Row Are unidentified under secretaries. A wire photo via radio from Rome Post office dept. To decentralize operations to improve efficiency Washington up the Post office one of the world s largest businesses is planning to decentralize its 6perations for greater efficiency a spokesman said today. The move was recommended by the old Hoover commission on government reorganization Sev eral years ago. No decision has been made yet on when and where decentralization will Start or How Many regional offices will be set up the spokesman said. The department plans to feel its Way with considerable trial and experimental the spokesman noted that Large private businesses have found it practical to set up Branch Headquarters in various parts of the country and said it would seem to be a matter of Good common sense for the Post office department to Fol Low suit. The department is a a year business with More than half a million employees. Transferring control Over Rou Tine operations to regional offices would Speed up actions and free Washington Headquarters of a mass of Little problems that keep piling up. For example a Bill for repair of a broken window in a local Post office must be approved by postal Headquarters Here under present rules. The 41.000 postmasters have to write Washington about every conceivable administrative mat Ter. As a result staff members Here who should be concerned with planning and policy Are enmeshed in routine Corre the spokesman said. The department decentralized management of postal transportation and inspections years ago. It now has about half a dozen regional offices handling Only Troj importation. Under the decentralization plan these probably would be incorporated into general regional offices with authority Over other administrative and personnel matters too the spokesman said. Post office policies would still be set in Washington but much of the work of carrying them out would be transferred to the Branch offices. The spokesman said decentralization would not necessarily bring a reduction in the department s personnel but might mean some Washington staff members would be transferred to Branch offices. New sewing class is scheduled Here an evening class for Home makers in general sewing will Start tuesday night september 15, taught by mrs. D. A. Mullins. The class will meet twice weekly i tuesday and thursday from 7 to air Force will Appeal ruling on Toth arrest Washington air Force spokesman said the air Force will carry the Case of Rob Ert w. Toth former airman charged with murder to the supreme court if necessary. Tuth was arrested by military police after his release from service and charged with the murder of a South korean civilian. He was returned to Korea for court martial trial under the new uniform code of military Justice which allows servicemen to be tried by military courts after their discharge for crimes committed in uniform if no civilian court has jurisdiction. A u. S. District court Here ruled however that the air Force had infringed upon the Pittsburgh steel worker s constitutional rights by Spir iting him to Korea As a civilian without Benefit of any court hearing. The spokesman said the air Force will Appeal the ruling to the supreme court if necessary in an Effort to uphold its right to try veterans after their Dis charge. When and if the air Force wins its Point Toth will be court Martiale he added. A District court Hareas Corpus hearing in Toth s Case has been set for sept. 1. The air Force re turned Toth from Korea last week under orders to produce him Here for the sept. 1 hearing. 9 . For 12 weeks. The classes will be conducted in room 114, Dobyns Bennett High school. For information Call 3664. Acc using new priority system for handling competing to bids Washington up the Federal communication com Mission is using a new priority system for handling competing applications for new television stations. The priorities apply to Pend ing contests for which no hear Ings have been held or Are scheduled. The acc listed 117 cities with their priorities. The acc will continue to give first Call to uncontested to applications and will handle them in the order of filing. Under the new system put into effect yesterday competing applications Are broken Down into two groups for communities that have no television station or., the air and for those with one or More operating stations. The acc will handle applications in the two groups alternately. Each list is arranged in order of population with the largest cities having the highest priorities. In the second group however All cities with one Sta Tion on the air have priority Over those with two operating stations and those with More than two stations have a still lower priority. Under the alternate system the acc will handle applications for the top City in group a then switch to the top City in group b and then alternate Back and Forth Between the two groups. Cities in group a include co Lumbus a. Augusta a. Dur Ham n. C. Orlando Fla. West Palm Beach Fla. Biloxi miss. Spartanburg 6. C. Petersburg a. Alexandria la. Fayette Ville n. C. And Lafayette la. Bristol . Albany a. Jackson Tenn. Daytona Beach Fla. Florence s. C. Goldsboro n. C. Anderson s. C. Bogalusa la. And Clearwater Fla. Cities in group b with one or More operating stations in clude Memphis Norfolk ports Mouth Newport news a. Miami Fla. Richmond a. Jack Sonville Fla. Charlotte n. C. Roanoke a. Charleston s. C. Raleigh n. C. Asheville n. C. And Atlanta a. The acc said it will revise the list every two months to take care of changes in the cities to status. Korea to Clamp Down on press Seoul South korean government has asked the National Assembly to pass a Bill requiring All foreign news agencies magazines and individual correspondents to Regis Ter with the office of Public in formation. During the past three years of War hundreds of foreign news men and Magazine writers have come to South Korea with u. N. Command clearance Only. Japanese correspondents whom the korean government did not Welcome could enter without the permission of the Republic. Now that the War is said a government spokesman we must take care of foreign correspondents and other publication agents according to our own Squealer foiled mass breakout by f800 pos Freedom Village Korea mass breakout by United nations captives from a prisoner of War Camp in North Korea two years ago was foiled when a traitor squealed to Chi Nese guards returned american prisoners said tuesday. I Cpl. James j. Burdelas 34, j Baltimore md., said the mass escape from Camp 5 at Pyonk Tong was planned for october 1951. Burdelas said the chinese found out about the plan and i brought in additional guards. stayed right outside each door and if you had to go to the latrine they went along with he recalled. We Don t know who squeal said Cpl. Leonard Wilmeth. 21, fort Worth tex., but i d sure like to get my hands on the two repatriated soldiers said that about 200 to 300 offi cers and enlisted men had planned to overcome guards and make a break for the Hills. Bur Delas said the officers also readied plans for getting Back to United nations lines if the break was successful. Burdelas said the chinese broke up the group after they got wind of the plan. The offi cers were sent to one Camp and the non commissioned officers to another. Kingsport times wednesday aug. 15 fastest known Relief for Gas on stomach thank heavens m a Lilian. When it Stoikas take Bell Ana they contain tin Media Aei known to Docton for the Roll cd Bartt Miland a. So refunded u not empty Carton to Belll and. T. Pm today Okrina for every age you Eon f for for who hard on How. 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