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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - December 3, 1952, Kingsport, TennesseeToday s skies Sunset . Moonrise . Last Quarter dec. 0 prominent Low in South . Spica. Rises . T1sible planets Venus sets . Jupiter High in Southeast ., Mars sets . Saturn rises . A times Eastern Standard Kingsport times vol. Xxxviii no. 242 Kingsport Tenn., wednesday dec. 3, 1952 48 pages five cents the weather partly Cloudy tonight Tow about 33. Yesterday High 42 last night s Low 3 Reading 41. Taft s blast at Ike could split aldermen ease traffic problem ofor Kersher Board moves to help Speed flow of cars during shift changes by Bill Barnett times news writer two moves designed to ease the traffic problems of Industrial j Plant shift workers have been made by the Board of mayor and aldermen. The Board tuesday night authorized changing the Stop sign at the intersection of main and Clay streets to make main the through Street once More and ordered installation of a traffic Light at the intersection of Lincoln Street Long Island drive and horse Creek Road just West of the Railroad under j pass. The traffic Light would be part i of a three Light system designed by traffic engineers to control that complicated which also includes East Sulli Van Brook and Birch streets East of the underpass. J Brook is being eliminated. However in connection with creation of a uniform design i neighbourhood shopping Center along the West Side of Long. Island drive i vice mayor Andrew Brooks said he believed the single Light would solve the problem by Stop Ping horse Creek Road traffic occasionally to let other vehicles by a constant Stream of of the revised Standard on the Gallows today Prague radio said us f11 i Man Rrt to torn n congratulations in weeks and his wife Jane read congratulatory Tele Grams at their Home in Boston after presic ent elect Eisenhower named weeks As his Secretary of Commerce. And on the right Martin p. Durkin left 58-year-old president of the Al plumbers Union talks to reporters in Washington after learning of his appointment As Secretary of labor in the Eisenhower Cabinet. Nea Tenn. Minister will Burn Bible in Shelbyville presbyterian claims churches Back action blasts revision group czechs hang 11 for treason former communist leaders hanged less than a week after conviction Durkin selection As labor chief May spark fight inter party trouble could frustrate Ike Adams May reply from press dispatches Washington sen. Robert Taft s sudden blast at presi Dent elect Eisenhower for his Choice of a Secretary of labor tuesday posed the possibility Eisenhower could face As re Ellious a Congress As those president Truman had in years. Gov. Sherman Adams one of Eisenhower s top advisers May reply today to sen. Taft s Sharp remarks on the appointment of Martin p. Durkin. Adams who will become As to the president when Eisenhower takes office next Jan. 20, headed a list of four callers at the general s morning Side Heights residence in new York. The other callers were listed As Republican reps. Hugh d. Scott of Pennsylvania and Clif Ford p. Case of new Jersey and gov. John Lodge of Connecticut. Congressmen were wondering whether the Ohio senator s bit Ter denunciation of Eisenhower s selection of Durkin to the labor called it were sold on fight for sniper i Ridge flares up howling chinese reds capture Hill but Roks storm Back to icy Crest. Sen. Robert a. Taft Strong Over 5 million pounds of Bur Ley sold second Day Tenn. Marts average Rogersville tops opening auctions by the associated press More than 5% million pounds Seoul Korea Waves of chinese communists captured pinpoint Hill on sniper Ridge Early today but by evening counter attacking South koreans regained most positions lost in 24 hours of Savage fighting. Supported by a deadly Hail of Allied artillery fire and 142 Fligh bomber sorties the South koreans smashed their the ice covered Crest in freezing weather. United press correspondent Victor Kendrick reported from the Central front that the Crest was still in red hands this eve Ning. A conflicting 8th army communique said the South koreans held the Crest. Washington up announced american Battle casualties in Korea now total an increase of 386 Over last week s report the defense department said today. The casualties include deaths wounded missing and previously missing but returned to serv ice. Late bulletins four soldiers . From army bases escaped City jail about noon Wedgie Day after they had been turned Over to military police. Desk sergeant w. N. Johnson said. The men broke a panel door in the rear of the jail corridor and escaped through an adjoining cleaning gear locker while Mili tary policemen stood outside the jail Entrance Johnson stated. None of the men had. Been apprehended at i p a. Wednesday. All four had been arrested in 1. All out . Tenn. Warehouse floors in the Hope of saving War Between the lne second Day of the season yes a face by quickly regaining the forces of Eisenhower and Taft in Lercia at an Price of key Hill. Vienna. Austria czech foreign minister Alacli the incoming Republican j51 g7 Puj. Hundred Mir Clements Rudolf Slansky once the most powerful Man in the is ration or _ czech communist party and nine other one time czech red Lead 2. A temporary isolated blow _. Lor near Kingsport ind were eighth army Headquarters has placed City Jarito await re never recognized the loss of pin turn to military Point Hill As reported by Kenyh Joice Rick. He said by Telephone from. The front that Rok troops who lost the position withheld the in a Indochina Battle sixteen cities reported Runoff i up growing out of Taft s tender Trie 11 one time czech red party and government leaders were Ness toward his own Taft Hart Eastman company pm i version of the Bible will be j i ploys enter the Here dec 13 in a Ess than one week after they were convicted of treason Ley labor relations Law. From horse Creek Road durin Mony of protest because it an d murder. They see Taft Ike pare ii the evening Rush hour. I Nies the Virgin birth and the a -9 f i r vhf i a main Street formerly was the blood atonement of 1 7 s re k most through Street at main and Clay the Rev John w. Dysart. I i j Iii Iii in trial in grim Pankrac until a traffic count of the Bible presbyterian pm ague. More traffic on Clay and said the protest meet. Stop sign was changed. Ceremony Isi then Mead employees sponsored by Nis Church and the american Council of Christian i churches. Similar he said Are called for other cities through i out the South. Dysart the cover of the new Bible is. See traffic Page 10 Lattimore will Aid jury probe far East expert is cat about inquiry billion is slated for Usan air Force to receive top share of budget Washington in the air Prague radio said announcement of the execution was released by the czech jus Tice ministry. The others executed today with Slansky and Dementis were Bedrich Geminder and Josef Frank former party deputies to Slansky Rudolf Margolius for Mer Deputy foreign Trade minis Ter Otto Sling former party red. The errors in the new by Force was reported today to in the Brno Region Gen ble will be pointed out to the getting a billion Dollar Svab former Deputy minis Public and Al that have a total approx Ter of Security it. Gen. Bedrich n. chased the Nev bibles and have become dissatisfied will have Opportunity to them before the Public demonstrating their efforts against the Dation buc get requested of the Deputy minister defense department in the defense and chief of czech fiscal year. Dept. Of state replies to scially pounds of that was a total of paid Leaf. For a generally camouflage was made at a vital part of the front. Capture of the sniper i Cage Hill mass would give the reds control of Terri held the average 57 cents below Story from which an offensive the opening Day figure of i could be launched on Seoul. All misstate markets except fighter bombers flew the Sec weak Middle Tennessee Market Hanoi Indochina a fierce Battle for ?4he French the Savine powerful attack of raged me Savage Power ii quack of tuesday nights Deepu nudist led hordes of at the Carthage and Hartsville reported average of less than a Hundred. But Carthage topped the state with can t Tell in who it should hire or fire Washington up the state department says that even if a prospective United nations employee is an american it is not in a position1 to Tell the i intelligence Andre Simone for . Who it should hire. That estimate came from a Mer writer and editor for the the department made Rogersville spa the Rogersville Burley tobacco mar Ket Vav h i c h had the strongest opening Day Sale in its history monday topped the figure by a Hundred pounds tuesday with on average Price of the second Day auction at growers warehouse no. 5, moved pounds for Board of Trade president Frank l. Gardner announced. The revised Bible is copyright the education of he National coun cil of the churches o Christ in the Federal Council of churches in 1935 reported see Bible Page 10 Washington up Eastern specialist Owen Latti More indicated today he is will ing to cooperate in the Forth coming grand jury investigation of perjury charges against the Johns Hopkins University professor was apparently Undis Turbed by atty. Gen. James p. Mcgranery s announcement that a Federal grand jury Here i ,._l will begin an inquiry tomorrow Jos Gill 111111911 u6i1i6s into Lar More s testimony be i r fore the Senate internal from his Baltimore md., Home Latti More declined to say whether he modernist Well qua lined but unidentifiable1 czech official source. It represents party newspaper rude statement last night in reply Ludvik Frejka. Former a federa grand jury charge in w. P. And Paul Harrell Rog to Ebersville route 1, sold a Money which the defense department is asking the White House and Congress to appropriate or authorize for contracts in the year beginning july 1, 1953. Will ask for a Chance to testify before the grand jury. But he recalled that he issued a formal statement last july after the subcommittee had accused him of testifying in truthfully and had called upon the Justice department to let a grand jury determine if he committed perjury. At the time Lattimore Dis missed the perjury charges Asj fantastic and but Helof his income the actual spending Money paid for new projects or j deliveries on military orders Al i ready be More j probably something Over 47 Bil dollars for the defense department. The air Force As in the Case of the appropriation i budget will have the largest sex new York Joseph budget of the three Nunan jr., former top Man in the internal Revenue Bureau denied through his attorney that he Short changed the govern ment on his own income tax. A Federal grand jury in Brook Lyn yesterday indicted Nunan on charges of evading payment of in income taxes Between 1946 and 1950. He allegedly filed tax returns fraudulent income failed to said he was quite prepared to Nunan s attorney Richard j. Services. Word on the size of the new military budget which now is awaiting preliminary approval by the White House and budget Bureau and final action by the next Congress followed by a Day a news conference of defense Secretary Robert a. Lovett which produced 1. Disclosure that he has approved inclusion in the budget request of some funds to Start work on a third Supe Carrier a assist Anvina iry that May said the Charkes ship of the 60.000-ton uss rim Parv by and re or Nunan Are without Justin Forrestal now building and the considered necessary by any responsible referring reporters to his july statement he said today it is still very Lattimore a one time state it consultant on far Eastern affairs has been one of the main targets of sen. To r. Mccarthy a Wisi. Mccarthy accused Lattimore in 1950 of being the top soviet agent in this country. A Senate foreign relations subcommittee headed by former sen. Millard e. Tydings investigated payment of any uss Saratoga the keel of which see arms costs Page 10 hitter ism dead 800 former nazis returned to old political posts in West Germany Carthy promptly labelled its action a Hannover Germany about 800 former nazis have got Back their old political jobs in the West German state of lower Saxony. Bonn Germany cellar Konrad Adenauer told a rebellious West Germany Parlia ment today that rejection of the West German peace contract and the european army pact would be a vote for Stalin. The efforts Chancellor s earlier to get prompt ratification of the treaty were Defeated a week Asifo when a part of his conservative coalition govern ment joined the socialist opposition. They include the last chief of staff of Hitler s bullying storm troopers Wilhelm Schepmann he former lord mayor of get Tingen Albert Gnade who is Back on the City Council and several founder members of the outlawed socialist Reich party. They were swept into office As mayors and councillors by a tide of rightist votes in the recent municipal elections. Neo nazism is officially dead killed by the West German constitutional court s ban on the socialist Reich party but it is an extremely Lively Corpse nazism is Hydra headed As state police Here have found. Just be fore the elections they raided 6j new political groups which Hac sprung up As self appointed heirs to the Srp. As fast As they chopped off one growth another see nails Page 10 see execute Page id i Scott Chard swears this Story is True London up a British overseas airways official Pat an orangutans in a pet shop for the night when it became air sick on a flight from the East. The next Day when he called for the animal he found it in an armchair with a Blanket Over its shoulder watching Tel Evision. T. E. Scott Chard swore to Day the Story was True. New York that it had cleared . Officials who were the most flagrant and obvious cases of Dis i the department noted that it had identified for . Secre tary general Trygve lie Ameri i cans on the secretariat of the world organization whom it be i Cleves to be i crop or 90 an aver. See Burley Page to Ond largest strike of the Battle of the Kumhwa ridges in sup port of the Parka Clad South koreans. Mustangs from the 18th, 58th vie Minh shrieking infant encircled Airstrip. An official communique said the troops thus far had not succeeded in holding any outposts ringing the key defense 117 Miles Northwest of Harry invokes the Washington and 474th wings teamed up with Truman today created Emer see War Page 10 the grand jury the department identified for the grand jury 28 persons previously departed from the . Or now it said. In 24 cases out of the 28 the department had made an Adverse the grand jury said the state see in reds Page 10 its final approval quickly today to India s Compromise korean peace plan. Assembly president Lester b. Pearson of Canada called a ses Sion of the 60-nation Assembly for this afternoon to approve the plan passed despite russian objections by the main political Fine comes late for Navy Pilot Jet flier warned up his Job hazardous Fairfield Calif. In a Navy Jet Pilot. Ens. Marvin s. Cohn of Portland ore., was cited for automobile speeding Here nov. 4 while awaiting shipment to Korea. Justice of the peace Georgia Crowley received a letter from Cohn two weeks ago saying i will be unable to appear in court As my ship has sailed for korean Waters however i would caution you to submit any financial claims rapidly because Jet flying especially in the korean theater has turned out to be and he mentioned the possibility of the Justice receiving an and committee earlier this week. J dresses deceased letter in re the final vote in committee i turn was 54-5, with Russia and her judge Crowley sent a request four co inform partners oppose that the Fine be paid. It came ing and nationalist China yesterday stamped and staining. This assured a com dresses across a Cor gency Board to seek to halt a Cio steelworkers strike at the Plant of the american locomotive company at Dunkirk n. Y., _ which produces used in the atomic Energy program. The president signed an executive order providing Jar a Board of inquiry under the Taft Hart Ley act which he has used on Only rare occasions. Lost plane sought san Bernard pro Calif. Expect in Assembly to Okay Indian plan United nations n. Up United nations general in response to a request from Assembly was expected to give cup air and ground search s scanned the Snow bound san Bernardino mountains today for an air Force transport Pla aboard that night during a thunderstorm. Supervisory workers Fly struck airliners portable margin beyond the two thirds vote needed for passage of the plan in the Assembly. As soon As the Assembly acts Pearson plans to Send the Indian peace offer to the North korean and chinese communists and in Vite their reaction. Ner of the letter was scribbled ens. Cohn was killed in his Jet plane when it crashed aboard the uss phillipine sea nov. 18 while on training in san Francisco Conn s Sis Ter mrs. A. B. Canford con firmed the report of his death. Press Freedom congressmen reject Hoffman plan to limit newspaper editorials i Dies As he writes of Frank d Ermilio holds her six weeks old son prank in her Home in Philadelphia after she was notified that her husband a Marine infantryman was killed As he sat inside a Bunker in Korea writing a letter Home asking More questions about the son he had never seen. The Marine right died As a Sliver from an enemy mortar Shell whipped through a tiny observation Slit to the Bunker killing him instantly. The commanding officer of the 21-year-old Marine said his death was one of those million to one a Washington Sugges Tion that Congress seek by Law to limit the editorial space a newspaper May devote to a political candidate today was emphatically opposed by a congressional committee. The suggestion was made by rep. Clare e. Hoffman a Mich 13 airmen monday new York super i it s unworkable and in constr was the reaction of rep. Karsten you can t do anything about it if a paper wants to favor one candidate said rep. Mcculloch the Constitution guarantees the Freedom of the press to print what it to a special House committee i studying Federal election Laws Why should t there be some with a View to on Sory personnel Miu aned Eastern air lines Cofnas deflation planes today to put the first constellations Back in service since they were grounded by strike of flight engineers monday. Morning flights York and Miami with supervisors As Crew members. Regular pilots of the constellations had respected picket lines set up by the flight engineers. The engineers were under an ultimatum to return to work by 2 a. M. Today or lose their jobs. Capt. E d d in re Egenbacker president of airline issued the warning in telegrams sent to the 160 flight Engineer who left their jobs monday wage Dis Pute. He said their strike was illegal and they were not protected against those who in by 2 . Or who do not re port for duty on flights to which assigned will be considered As having resigned their jobs with loss of All seniority and length of service rights and. Will be re the telegrams said. So lunar tables the editorial space a changes to the new Congress. Hoffman will head the important House government operations committee starting next year. It s just said chairman Bogga Dia when asked what he thought about Hoffman s proposal. Commented rep. Keating of new York top Republican on the committee. Newspaper May give to a Candi Hoffman asked citing the present Law limiting financial Aid to a candidate. Hoffman admitted that there might be some complications involved and later told a reporter he knew he had put his foot in it by making such a suggestion but still contended he thought it a Good idea. It Medau m or loud below. It men enl Jhai Jour u Tom to will Good mar Story or m Dureaf them Tutt Mjor Carloda those Belln it for to hour Row regular Luis too inks jobs Piu 4 Turku a 5 Friday 9 sat Urdl 7 sunday

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