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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - December 30, 1953, Kingsport, Tennessee2 wednesday dec. 30, 1953 Kim sport times Curtis too tennesseans face re induction under new order Nashville executive order signed by president the Money c7me1 Gen on december eral Treasury appropriations w1" 1t1 continued from Page 1 person must be 65 or Over and in Many states must file a certificate of need showing that they have no other Means of support. In most states the average payment is around under Curtis proposal All per sons Over 65, whose current in come is less than a year would be Given a minimum pay ment of a month regardless of any showing of need. The Money would come out of the social Security Trust fund but a person would not have to will result in the. Re induction of a number of tennesseans who were released from service after having served As Little As one or two Days of Active duty colonel Hilton Butler state director of selective service for Tennessee said today. This amendment to selective service regulations will colonel death and funeral notices have contributed to the Trust said remove the pos Sibil fund in order to be eligible for checks. Curtis proposed blanketing additional millions including virtually All self employed and professional workers under social Security taxes and benefits. Even people whose sole income was from rents or investments would pay social Security taxes. Rep. Robert w. Kean a close student of social Secu Rity and a colleague of Curtis on the ways and Means committee Ity of evasion of minimum Equi table service by a Small number of persons who under the former regulations were required to be classified As having satisfied requirements if they had served on Active duty for one Day or More. As revised the regulations will require a minimum of six month service. Under the new regulations registrants who entered upon Active duty in the armed forces after june 24, 1948, will be Classi contended that the Curtis As i a Only if they Are sep would endanger the soundness rated from Active duty after 4.1. Social completion of six months or More of honorable service. This change will mean colonel Butler said that an estimated persons throughout the country and an estimated 100 or More in Tennessee now of the 18-Bmion-Dollar Security Trust fund. Democratic sources said the democrats on the ways and Means committee also would re Sist the Curtis plan strongly. These sources said the proposal definitely would put the social Security Trust fund in Joe Curran Cio vice president and chairman of its social Security committee said in a statement that the Curtis proposal would threaten the Bene fits now available by raiding the Trust fund and ending All federa Grants to states for the aged and for dependent children. Donald d. Burke funeral services for Donald Dice Burke 20, who died at . Be held at 11 . Thursday at the evangelical methodist Church with the Rev. Bobby Olterman and the Rev. Everett Ray officiating. Burial will follow in Hensley cemetery. The body will remain at the Scott county funeral Home until time for the service. Calvin c. Powers Virginia City a. 32, an Hospital. Henry and e. F. Roller of Surgoinsville and Sherman roller of Clinchport a. Twelve grand children arid several great grandchildren survive. Funeral services will be con ducted Friday at 2 . At the Chapel of Scott county funeral Home at Weber City a. The Rev. W. R. Dillon will officiate. Burial will follow in Holston View cemetery. Mrs. J. W. Kendriek news has been received Here of the death of mrs. J. W. Kendick at her Home in Zebulon ga., Early wednesday morning. She was a sister of mrs. A survivors include his widow i Thaniel Wootten of 1416 Patridge mrs. Beulah Powers three Chil drive. Dren Glenn Dale and Joy pow ers Mother mrs. Nannie Powers. Funeral services were to be held at 2 . Wednesday at the Home with the Rev. Ben Powers and the Rev. Lonnie Brown officiating. Burial was to follow in the Wash Powers cemetery. The United mine workers Union had charge of graveside services. Or. And mrs. Wells Yuma a. Spa funeral services for or. And mrs. Ison Wells who were killed at . Sunday in an automobile Accident in Georgia will be held at 2 . Friday at Prospect Church Here with the Rev. French e. Taylor and the Rev. Other survivors Are her Hus band a brother w. H. Norris and two children mrs. George new director Charles Pennington above has begun work As assistant director of or. Of Atlanta the Kingsport boys club. A and w. P. Kendriek of Macon classified i a will be subject Tejpaul Blessing officiating. Burial Rolla calf inn f n Virl i will full Lylw in fro demos continued from Page 1 c rep. Lanham saying he was unalterably opposed to the program said Congress never authorized it and it is a definite Assumption by the executive department to Channel contracts to new utterly declared rep. James c. Davis rep. Vinson a a termed it a bad on the other hand. Sen. Sal Tonstall a mass said the pro visions for liberalized tax write offs and for setting aside fixed percentage of some procurement for surplus labor areas Are helpful As far As they go and i am. Happy they have president Eisenhower s Hagerty said As much As 30 per cent of some procurement blankets for be reclassification and possible induction. Phillips rules on court Issue in Unicoi county a. Funeral arrangements Are in Complete. W. H. Crabtree funeral services for w. H. Crabtree 46, of Elizabethton will be conducted from the first Christian Church in Elizabeth ton at 2 . Thursday. The Rev. J. H. Bingham or. Fred Smith and the Rev. B. M. Canut will officiate. Burial will be in Happy Valley memorial Park. Crabtree was fatally injured in a two car collision sunday afternoon on Highway 23 about seven Miles from Johnson City. Eight other persons were admitted to the Hospital for treat years ago were in route to their j ment of injuries received in the Home in Winter Haven Fla., aft Accident or visiting Here with their will follow in Holston View cemetery. Or. And mrs. Wells who had lived in Gate City until two graduate of East Tennessee state College he has wide experience in youth work and has worked with the Johnson City boys club for the past years. For Over two years he has been director of the John son City club. Pennington who is married is the father of two boys. The family plans to move to Kingsport from Johnson City soon. Times news photo by l. T. Kesterson boys club events daughter mrs. Clarence Mcgee when the Accident occurred. Another daughter mrs. Mar Jorie Short Winter Haven Fla., and her two children Are still ruled unconstitutional a Bill passed by the 1953 general Ai Sembly which added two Mem Bers from the town of Erwin to the Unicoi county court. Phillips had. Taken the Case under advisement on december 21 following a Bill Frye chairman of the Unicoi of injuries sustained in the crash. Or. Wells 67, was born and reared in Wise county a. He was a merchant and a Carpenter in to a f it 4-v j a the victim was employed at the Holston ordnance works. The Roy Hathaway funeral Home of Elizabethton has charge of arrangements. Funeral service set for Stewart Winchester Tenn. Up funeral services will be held in Gate City prior to their move Here tomorrow morning for to Florida. Mrs. Wells 66, Lawrence Stewart 87, born and reared in Hancock county Tenn. County election commission j besides their two daughters contesting the legality of the aug Uteri private act. The act passed by rep. M. E. Tipton and senator Don m. Ewis added o. L. Huff and j. R. Dunbar As members of the court election. Phillips ruled that the act was unconstitutional in was Sisters and a brother mrs. Will Butler of Church Hill mrs. So Cia Anderson of Kyles Ford and Lloyd Anderson of Kingsport and or. Wells is survived by one of serve until the next general brother Nelson Wells of Green Cove Springs Fla. They leave 10 set aside. But Saltonstall added in a statement that the abandon ment of the bid Matching procedure was a blow to the pro Gram he referred to a feature of the Truman policy not revived which permitted the government to ask a contractor in a sur plus labor area with the most unemployment. Other features include the encouragement of bids from qualified contractors in areas of unemployment and the encouragement of subcontracts in such areas. Crash continued from Page 1 a company official said the at lactic Engineer was anchored in the River at the time of the crash and was bumped by the Atlantic dealer which probably was seeking a Safe Anchorage spot to await lifting of the fog. Residents along the Shore re ported the fog lifted partially jul a Jimlu 10 woo broader than the caption which provided for two members of the county court from the town of Erwin. The contents of the Bill according to the Chancellor pro vide for two members from the town of Erwin in addition to one already allowed by Section 675 of the official code. The act was passed along with two companion Bills to increase the number of school Board members to nine and to re District the county adding four members to county court. Circuit judge Raymond Camp Bell has ruled that the school Board Bill is unconstitutional. Shoulders continued from Page 1 Stead police station along with j grandchildren. The bodies will remain at Mcconnell funeral Home until 5 . Thursday when they will be removed to the Home of mrs. Clarence Mcgee Here. Mack Elliott fort Blackmore a. Spa Elliott 69, died at his Home Here at 10 . Tuesday. He is survived by his wife mrs. Isabelle Lawson Elliott a Daugh Ter mrs. Addle Hensley and a son John Henry Elliott All of fort Blackmore. He also leaves a sister mrs. Caroline Baker and a brother Bill Elliott both of Bastian w. A. Funeral arrangement Are in Complete. Dock c. Roller retired Chancellor who died of a heart attack yesterday. Burial will be in Dunlap Tenn. Stewart was a Chancellor from 1918 until his retirement in 1947 and was the father of former sen Tom Stewart now prac timing Law in Nashville. Wed. City court a 22-year-old Kingsport area Man was fined wednesday morning in City court on a charge of reckless driving involving a three car collision on december 26 on Bristol Highway in Kingsport. The Young Man had pleaded eager continued from Page 1 Tain Frank Williamson during the past year nabbed for reckless driving 246 in speeding trucks 253 driving while intoxicated 332 for possessing liquor 19 on charges of manslaughter and 804 for driving without a License. These Alert Young men Wear ing their new Texas style hats and driving the familiar Cream and Black patrol cars will be on the highways tomorrow and during the new year s week end trying to prevent the Slaughter. But you can outwit them. Slow Down when you spot a a Brol car take it easy through the Jerk towns. But when they Aren t looking go ahead and by Warren g. Brown i our big Christmas party last week at the club was one of the Best we have Ever had and a lot of fun even for those who did the work. Approximately 200 Mem Bers ranging in age from five to eighteen were present and each boy received a Small gift and a bag of treats. To make All this possible Sev-1 urls pitched in their contributions to finance the annual project for the kids. The rotary club vow and auxiliary and Optimist club carried most of the financial Load Don whited Bushel apples Trent Solomon and Earl Hyatt Cash contributions Charles Zacharias 100 songbooks mrs. Mary Rich mond presents for some of the smaller boys Clint Leonard clothing Grover Trent two used bicycles Cecil Frye used Scooter and the Kings orc shrine club for treats that were left Jover from their party for Crip pled children. We also want to a. Traffic victim listed As critical Maudie Rhoten 15, was still listed in critical condition late wednesday morning from in juries sustained when she was Are placing special emphasis struck by a car about three Miles started by the first of january. Woo burning plaster molding weaving leather Craft Wood working Are some of the crafts we Hope to get started immediately. Fencing wrestling and boxing Are some of the sports we upon to bring them up along Side the others a we have been thank the sport shop Dobyns Taylor and Oakwood markets for the Large discounts which enabled us to stretch our Money far enough to see that each child was taken care of. Mrs. James e. Wright came by and adopted one of our boys for a shopping trip Over in town. I guess that particular kid was a Little puzzled but highly pleased by a female Santa Claus treating him so Nice in providing his Choice of warm clothing. Kids with their school work from 4 to 5 . Daily. We have had several requests for this and we Hope it works out Fine. I can handle the Little Fellows up to the second Grade but it will be up to volunteers like Cecil Frye to help the More advanced ones. Seriously though we feel we can be of tremendous help to those who might need a Little assistance. D. S. To samples has in formed us he has the special boys club calendars ready for All our members and they will be delivered to the club by wednesday for distribution. These which Are All cartoon calendars your family and friends will be sure to enjoy and find useful. Each boy May have one by claiming his at the club. We appreciate the magazines and other Reading material that have been donated to our Library recently by s. E. Abernathy a i. Rankin Jerry Hutson Delmer Gillenwater and Robert Leo Nard. New members Ronald Wayne Ward it. 5 Raymond Addison said he had passed a car and then continued across the Center line and into the opposing traffic line into the path of an on coming car. The defendant had maintained he was making a left turn after iving the proper signal when the Accident occurred. In other action judge Lacy West fined two men each on charges of Public drunkenness. A Hep Guy can drive. Step on it you got to die sometime. Yule Blaze victim still unidentified Kingsport police still have not made a positive identification of the woman fatally burned Christmas Day at five Points j. M. Broyles City detective said wednesday morning. No relatives have been found yet of the woman who was tentatively identified As Nora Lee Hopkins though she had Regis want to say thanks very very Heights Kenneth Norman much and we know your Ward i520 Highland ave. Christmas must have been ust a Charles Bryant m Little brighter knowing in your heart that you made it possible for so Many kids to forget their troubles and have a big time. We also appreciate the Many Nice cards and presents that came to the club during the holidays. We will have a Little party at the club new year s eve for those who would like to stay up and celebrate the coming of the new year. We arc also making plans to accommodate those who would like to stay All night at the of course they have their parents Permis Ujj. Lect pc u1lc11 mcl.lcjll.k9 uc1u1j.3 it on. Show the Slowpoke Sion. Each boy must bring his to nor own bed clothing and cannot leave the club until the follow ing morning. This has been very successfully carried out for Many _ _ Springs a. Lowell Grant Craft 941 Broad St. Jackie Barton Bales it. 5 Gary Russell mul Lins 223 e. Millpond St. Robert Lewis Carter it. 1 Emory Depew jr., 945 Gate City Hwy. Douglas Lee Mitchell 30 Hill St. Adenauer named Man of year by time eds new York tors of time Edi Magazine announced today the selection of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer of West Germany As 1953 s Man of the the editors said Adenauer Best filled their Man of the year years in other clubs across Man or nation but this will be the first woman who dominated time Here. If it meets with the the the news of the year and left an in forfeitures included one 3ond for speeding one Bond for possessing whiskey one Bond for making an illegal turn Church kill two Bonds for parking a car c. Roller 76, of Church Hill died on a paved Street Afier mid detective Broyles said if Noth ing definite developed by this evening he planned on making a trip to Wise va., to Check on a visit the woman is supposed to have made to a relative there. Cold discomforts per bottle. M a Kingsport Hospital Early Rall. Other witnesses who wore wednesday morning after a n the station at the time Hall Brief illness was booked testified they saw no suitcases brought in with him. Police records show Hall was booked at p. M. Kansas City and St. Louis authorities declined to say when the suit for a few minutes at about the cases first were seen time of the crash. They said1 y persons other than shoulders they were awakened by a series is., the St Louis Fost of ship whistles and heard has however crash. A fire flared up for about some at the Sta 20 minutes but then dwindled ton 5ald they first saw the suit out and the fog settled again. A coast guard plane sent from a base at Brooklyn n. Y., Cir cled Over the crash scene before cases at p. M. Shoulders a member of the Force 27 years resigned in anger after a St. Louis police Board Heady Hall and mrs. They knew missing Ransom Money Hall said he had More than in his hotel room when arrested. Daylight but could not drop Desan an investigation into the flares lest they ignite Oil spilled of the Money last of from the damaged tankers. Woei. The radioman aboard the 498-ton Engineer told the United press by radio Telephone that none of its Crew had been injured and none was missing. Philippines head changes his title Manila the Philip Pines new president Ramon Magsaysay is putting an end to the practice inherited hundreds of years ago from the spaniards of being addressed As your sex he wants to be addressed As just Plain or. President or or. Dalton Floral Lynn Garden Flowers for All occasions All arrangements guaranteed phone 3092-w 3 a Day helps keep fatigue away cheer wide is a taste thriller that helps you look and feel your Best All Day Long. Brief illness. He had operated a grocery store Here for a number of years. Survivors include his wife mrs. Cora roller a daughter mrs. Delphia Berry of Jenkins by. And three sons j. C. Roller of Surgoinsville Henry roller of Speers ferry va., and Burley roller of Dayton Ohio. He also leaves three Brothers fastest known Relief for on stomach bin it Nuj. I Cju Siuea u n . N. Y., it not sans fled. Go Bill ans to Day. Al Rufi gusts night and 23 Bonds of each for Over parking. Included in the last group was one person who forfeited a Bond for five tickets and costs for a War rant. Quick Relief headache neuralgia Stanback Younci .7. Or against any pop paratto you be Stanback hurry hurry hurry to learn to dance before that big party come of Arthur Murray s today Don t wait another minute new year s eve is tomorrow. But you still have time to learn to dance before that big party let one of Arthur Murray s talented experts show you the first step to popularity and the key to All dances is yours. You can learn this easy step in Uston lesson. i you be never danced before. But you must act now. Arthur Murray they said he had guided the germans Back to moral respectability and earned himself a seat in the highest councils of the Western approval of our members and Delisle Mark for Good or ill on their parents we shall continue Ryhn to carry it As an annual event Don t forget that s this thurs Day night. A new schedule of activities at the club will be announced soon that will take care of Al our members regardless of How varied their interests May be All necessary equipment has been ordered and we Hope to get Northeast of Clinchport sunday afternoon. The Driver of the car is being charged with reckless driving according to Virginia state police. The victim was treated for possible internal injuries Frac tured Skull and a fractured jaw Kingsport today the unseat Clilon club noon. Club room. Jaycees. P.m., club room. Friday Penney store employees lunch noon club Boom. Wednesday Carto Avult Orlum police dept. dance in room. Teen parly in club rooms. Science women in Corner room. Washington gymnasium St. Mcleod Lii Vij. 1st item Jbf Terlton blues is. Neds Latimer loony is. Sunshine gro., complot Faulk is. Lone Star gro., Jon or Hufh gymnasium Broad St. Mcleod is is. Garden Grill. Vermont is. Poston gro., Krank a. Cloud recreation Centeri Kec Reallon Center act Villeck. Dodo class recreation Center Carci tournament. Game room activity tubs Date civic auditorium Junior service league Charity baft la main auditorium. Was Blurton Gymn Aslam is. Moose Lodge. Boys club is. Broad St. Method let saturday cd rec auditorium House of Dnald basketball game. Sunday civic auditorium gospel bin sent in main auditorium Groseclose Flowers for All occasions phone 6 All guaranteed let us develop and print your snapshots 6-hour service in by 10 . Ready 4p.m. Kingsport camera shop 208 Cherokee i Lione 3554 tired of your Small semen poor reception make you free Here s solution onqfiewfq54u Crosley with exclusive picture i sentry o 1 Mpa. I Hare s your Chance of a lifetime Well you More for your old let when you it Lor hit big new Crowley than Likely to get again come the new i about your old let. Or phone for o fret Eil Imale. 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