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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - December 30, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeBoyle s column by Hal Boyle new York Are two kinds of philanthropists birthday. The most frustrated plumber Durkin who made the those who give away Money and i right connection then lost his those who give credit. Pipeline. We have decided to become a philanthropist this year and for personal de the most unusual Joe Walcott who lost a throne by being knocked on his seat of cited to Start off by giving away Empire credit which is All anybody the year s busiest ghost har gave us. The simple Way to give credit where credit is due is to Start a foundation and present a series of annual achievement awards. But this is a crowded Field. There Are already so Many awards for. The prisoner who got the last foundations giving Merit of one kind or another j applause for that the average fellow is bound Iger Hiss. To win one himself sooner or later if he merely abstains from striking his wife in Public. So instead of recognizing any special performance in any Parry Dexter White. The Man who did most to prove that Horatio Alger s strive and succeed formula does t always work lie Dressen of the Brooklyn dodgers. The prisoners most Likely to get homesick in Amer ican pos in Korea who would not come Back. Defense expenses expected to level Washington up the Cost of National Security will diminish gradually Over the next two or three years and level off at an annual rate of 33 to 35 billion dollars High government sources estimated today. That would compare with an estimated 49 billion dollars be ing spent this fiscal year on the armed forces foreign military Aid and atomic Energy. The question of Security costs for the was raised by defense Secretary Charles e. Wilson s first Semi annual re port which told americans they face High defense spending dry goods firm heir aged 84, found dead Knoxville Bris Joe who inherited part of the Daniel Briscoe dry goods and real estate Fortune has died at the age of 84. The elderly Man who lived alone was found in his bed yesterday. Homicide capt. Carl Bunch said Briscoe apparently died some time sunday of Nat ural causes. Neighbors became concerned when he did not take in several issues of his daily newspaper. His father Daniel Briscoe owned the Idaniel Briscoe whole Sale dry goods company which served this area until its Liquida Tion in 1939, and Cial property Here. Of living. I i i i ocular Field our philanthropic party foundation is dedicated to the recognition of anybody we can see on a Clear Day. If the other foundations have overlooked you just write us and Tell us what you want an award for or not doing and we guarantee to recognize you if your hand writing is legible. Here Are our first awards for 1953 year s Best dressed tur the one we had for Christ Inas. I the most outstanding sales 1 Man president Eisenhower who j convinced Charles e. Wilson he should sell million dollars in i Auto Stock and take a govern ment Post. The event Likely to have the most Impact on history death of Josef Stalin. Event Likely to have the least Impact on history our Eastman to change Market program James c. White president of Tennessee Eastman company has announced that effective january 1, 1954, the marketing or the firm s yarn and Staple fiber products will be handled by the textile division of East Man chemical products inc. A. M. Tenney associates of new York heretofore have been marketing these products. Or. White also announced the election of or. Tenney As a vice president and director of Cepi. He along with r. L. Churchill vice president Cepi will be in general charge of the textile division. Or. Tenney and or. Churchill announced the following appointments in the division which Are also effective january i c. P. Bertland sales manager John r. Sherill assistant sales manager Garrison c. King District sales manager new York Ray w. Greene District sales manager new England c. L. Parker manager Staple yarn and fabric development depart ment a. A. Owen manager production planning and order department and Export sales department and c. F. Earnhardt manager sales development department and sales service department. Sales representatives Greensboro n. C., Archer e. D. Booker j. Wilson Malloy her Man l. Waters. Greenville s. C., Alan a. Clow new York Philip b. Coan Gil Bert w. Conaway William t. Cummins Frank Ruddock. New England Robert b. Cook Pennsylvania r. W. Leswing. Staple yarn and fabric development department Max Knocklein textile technologist. Production planning and order department e. E. Holt jr., supervisor. Sales service John m. Heape assistant Man Ager h. A Smith p. J. Burns service representatives Kings j port j. V. Kirkman service representative Greensboro d. J. Brown service representative Greenville r. H. Norrill service representative new York e. P. Moore service representative new England George a. Wernz senior textile Engineer new York service Laboratory. Sales development w. J. Nimmons supervisor Marshall Phelps sales develop ment representative a. M. Ten Ney jr., sales development representative new York. R. T. Crawford sales development Greenville. Trouble for nothing Wapakoneta Ohio up burglars dragged a Safe containing 15 feet across a supermarket tuesday Holsted it into a truck and drove away with it. Carl Werner manager of the Market raid the Safe was open. Rail c11og o j_n3 0. Jl-1 h g the most persistent life of the rates for Many years to s. Truman Union he said american youths must most enjoyable Tumble of also accept military service As a Normal duty As Long As rus Sia menaces world peace. The drop in the Cost forwarded to president Eisen Hower tuesday the report de scribed the armed forces As the most powerful America has Ever assembled Short of the j report covered the new defense team s work through last june 130. Douglass plans night classes starting january 5 night classes will be held at Douglass High school it was announced today by principal v. O. Dobbins. Classes will be held in typing shorthand adding machine operation and mime graphing. The schedule Calls for classes on tuesday and Friday nights. Those interested should Contact either Paul j. Moore at Dobyns Bennett High school or v. O. Dobbins at Douglass. Dobbins stated that Only 16 spaces Are left for the classes. New specialized Relief for children s head golds mud Elfe calve St Joseph Noie for children made Juat or your child contain Neo syn Ephrine and other doctor approved medication in pure water base soothing to tissues. Safely Check sneezes sniffles. Generous bottles Only get St. Joseph nose drops for children. Ion your child s bronchial irritation of new St. John col la Muf or Mildrus blabber Mouth Jersey City n. J. Rup Justice Henry men Stead 45, lulled into justic6 Kingsport times wednesday dec. 30, 1953 3 a confiding mood Over a few Quick ones in a tavern told a barroom Patron that in 10 min utes he was going to hold up a nearby Bank. The listener telephoned police who utilized the 10-minute Handicap to surround the Green Ville Branch of the Trust co. Of new Jersey. Men Stead was nabbed As he attempted the Holdup right on schedule. Elyria Ohio Blind and 92 years old Charles c. Lord today began another four year term As Justice of the peace. Lord in office 20 years Calls himself senior Justice of the United meaning the old est j. P. In the nation. Aided by assistants he con ducts a Busy court with civil and criminal cases running into the i neighbor we re new in Kingsport but old in satisfaction so when it s a matter of an a a personal loan coma by our office or 4810 and Well have your Cash ready for you. A a endorsement company 111 w. Market St. From yellow cab hundreds each year. He lost his eyesight about 10 years ago. Who knows More about love than anyone she hag Licud millions bound with loveliness husky voice some elusive personal Quality. Now for the first time she reveals what that Quality and rare understanding. There s a Surprise in every line of Marlin a Dietrich s charmingly Wise and quaintly practical How to be loved in the january ladies Home journal. On Newsstands today. Real estate Loans to build to refinance to buy lowest interest minimum Cost it Best terms compare our Complete loan Morvice to Cost or obligation. Kingsport Oahu to Branch of Teal estate Bennett Telephone 2800 1457 Iki Stol Highway forced to sacrifice entire Stock on Sale while Stock at Bottom Dollar Cash is King one rack ladies Odds and ends in Plain and suede leather dress shoes terrific values to Street floor entire Stock ladies velvet step dress shoes values to now Only 4 Street floor clearance ladies Coats and toppers toppers. Values to 13.95. Now Only ladies Coats and toppers values to 22.95. Now Only values to 27.95. Now Only values to 32.95. Now Only values to 44.95. Now Only Balcony All ladies Winter dresses reduced to Clear no. 95 now 00 now 00 95 now 00 values 95now values to values to values to values to to values to ladies Winter suits reduced to Clear men s fur lined House slippers values to Only men s Reg. Felt House slippers now Only Odds and ends men s Wool Slipper socks Reg. Values to 2.69 now Only terrific values hurry Balcony save during this great event men s All Wool topcoats values to j2d.90 now Only Street floor men s All Wool Curlee topcoats values to now Only Street floor men s quilt lined weather Crest jackets values to now Only men s weather Crest jackets values to now Only Street floor 00 s 2 Odds and ends in men s wings a Jamas a terrific value. Now Only Street floor ladies Robes terrific values to Balcony ii1 ladies Corduroy jackets now Only Olha 53 us values see these on our Balcony Balcony women s Robinette casual and o Loafer style shoes unt i 3 Plain and suede leathers. Values to now Only 0 Street floor men s lined jackets with Mouton with Mouton Collar. Values men s weather Crest gabardine jackets Reg. 14.95 value your Choice Silloo for Only Street floor All children s and girls Coats reduced Balcony one group men s sport shirts values now values now 88 buy now Street floor women s and girls9 Robinette casuals and loafers regular 4.98 values. Now Only Street floor 3 super foam Playtex Playtex pillows 1 these must go at i a 1 group ladies sweaters values. Now s2.98 values. Now values. Now values. Now 1 group ladies blouses values. Now values. Now values. Now values. Now

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