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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - February 9, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeTuesday feb. 9, 1954 Kingsport times basketball continued from Page 1 Between players of the two teams during late stages of the game. One player from each team was ejected from the game which was won by Bluff City 38-28. Some of the fans continued their rage in the Vicinity of the Lynn View school bus. In addition to miss Todd several of the students were reportedly hit by rocks and windows were broken out of the bus. V. F. Goddard chairman of the Board of controls of the Issaa said of principal Barnes action monday night the school officials of Lynn View should be complimented. They have taken proper Steps in handling this Goddard was not speaking in any official capacity. As mentioned no formal com plaint had been filed since the Lynn View officials were Mak ing efforts to uncover the guilty person or persons. Goddard was however called by superintendent Akard for advice. The Issaa spokesman also stated that he Felt the Cancella Tion of the remainder of the regular Lynn View basketball schedule was a Wise decision. And Goddard indicated that if the guilty were not located through the current investigation Lynn View might possibly face Issaa suspension of All sports for the rest of this year and All of next. Barnes after questioning the suspects monday would not give any opinion As to the nature of reprimand those guilty could expect. That will have to be decided after we get All the he said. Immediately after the near riot county superintendent Akard imposed a temporary suspension on Lynn View Basket Ball. Indochina continued from Paye 1 by defense Secretary Charles Wilson that the air plane mechanics would be out of indo China by june 12." gop Leader William f. Knowland and Saltonstall express e d the administration viewpoint after sen. Mike mans Field a Mont had called for information on plans and expressed fear that another to is in the making. There was also concern Over these other factors in the War u. S. Feels Indochina is far More important than Korea and in communist hands would be a Spear directed at the heart of India and Pakistan. Has been criticism of French military strategy and the French program for train ing native troops. Officials say the indochinese do not have their heart in the War because they Are not convinced the French will keep their Promise to Grant them full Independence. A. Assembly begins to Roll Virginia general Assembly completes its fourth week today and few would deny after yesterday s hectic action that at Long last it is really rolling. The Carter Bill was before the House today having Ridden out a heavy artillery barrage in the House finance committee yesterday by a 10-7 vote. This controversial measure which has been stealing the headlines for the past two weeks is expected to ignite More explosive oratory when it reaches the debate stage in the it would suspend Lor two years the Byrd automatic tax reduction act under which tax credits Are Given individual and corporate income taxpayers when state general fund revenues Are greater by five per cent than the Revenue estimates. Also it would make available for appropriation at this session some 7 Mil lion dollars now earmarked for credit to the taxpayers next fall. Charge Edward Evans of Charleston s. C. One brother Hiram Lambert continued from Page 1 of Bristol and. A Humber of j either North or South Korea or grandchildren and great grand Olno c to i n nationalist China s Formosa is land but asked be sent to Neutral countries. Debt of notices Frank b. Kernan Frank Brooks Kernan 75, father of mrs. John h. Waugh 1605 Newbern Road died at . Monday at a Kings port Motel. He and mrs. Kernan had been lowing a vacation at new or leans. He was a hotel owner and lived at 1 15 Princeton ave., Providence r. I. Survivors include his widow mrs. Frank b. Kernan one daughter mrs. Waugh of Kings port and three grandsons. The body was shipped to the Ira m. Mackenzie funeral Home at Providence for funeral serv ices. Burial will follow in. The cotes Hill cemetery at Chepa Chot r. I. Mrs. Maudie e., Hurley Maudie Ellen Hurley 83, died at her Home St., in West Ridge at . Monday. She was born in Hawkins county but had made her Home in this Section for the past 40 years. She was a member of the Highland Park holiness Church. Survivors include her husband Silas Hurley two daughters mrs. Allen Bullion of Laurel del., and mrs. Frank Tymon of Kingsport three sons w. _ Tilman Evans of Kingsport and indicated Dulles or Tiwarri talked so forcefully in again re fusing Molotov s proposal for a big five conference including that French foreign minister Georges Bidault Dis Turbed softened the Impact in fire def. Reports three minor blazes Kingsport s fire department reported three fires within less than 11 hours monday night and tuesday but damage was minor in All three. Burning soot in a Chimney at the Homestead hotel brought out the fire wagons at Mon Day night. The Blaze was quickly controlled and damage was negligible. At p. M. An Oil Furnace in a dwelling at 925 Myrtle Street flooded and became Over heated but no damage resulted. Damage also was slight when one of the City garbage trucks caught fire shortly after 8 a. M. Tuesday. Firemen said that Sparks from the exhaust ignited some grease on the Back of the truck. Meet continued from Page 1 to get on with the korean armistice negotiations. But the communique on the meeting barely 80 words did not say whether he even raised that matter. Cell Aren. Funeral services will be held wednesday at . At High after the ship left South to hand Park Church of Jesus Rea s foreign minister y. T. J Christ. The Rev. M. K. Forbes Pyun denounced the Indian a j and the Rev. Lester Webb will Tion in taking along 86 of the expos ,.74- North koreans and 12 chinese All listed As other two Are former South koreans one of whom asked to be sent to communist Poland and the other to red Czechoslovakia. In a statement issued at Seoul Pyun contended that the in Dian removal of the 86 North koreans and chinese was a flagrant violation of the armistice. He demanded that in Dia return the. Men to South Korea. The foreign minister charged that Indian guards illegally screened the pos before re storing them to civilian status. He warned there was a danger India might put pressure on the men to return them to communist control. Pyun called for immediate re officiate. Burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery. The body was to be removed to the Hawkins county at 5 . Tuesday. Pallbearers will be Markand Jack Tymon Tom and John. Ruth obie Nelson and Harvey Long. Also these stepchildren Lee and Dave Hurley and mrs. Mag Gie Tilson of Kingsport mrs. Mary Hawk Cincinnati mrs. Estelle Dixon Hawkins county. Luther Bass Rogersville Bass 56, Veteran of world War i died unexpectedly monday at the Home of l o n n i e Feaggins Church Hill. Funeral services will at Shady Grove Baptist Church at 2 turn of the former pos or "h1 officiate least assurances that and be amen can legion Korea would be their have charge of save serv a later talk. Harassed by the Drain of her Long War against communist led rebels in Indochina France is More willing than the United states to talk with the piping government. Though the foreign ministers decided to sidetrack discussion of German reunification in favor of the austrian Independence treaty hot later than next they May get around to Austria thursday. Austrian foreign minister Leopold Gigl is to sit in and is expected to arrive from Vienna late today. Russia and the Western big three Are so close to an agree ment on Austria that Only Dis Putes Over reparations seem to separate them. But the final agreement May be. D i f f icel t. Some 260 meetings of big four diplomats h Aye been held since 1947 in a vain Effort to make Good on the big Powers wartime Promise to free that nation that Hitler gobbled up. Given patents for explosive pellets Robert c. Burton and Edgar g. Guenther both of Kingsport have received a Patent which has been assigned to the United states of America As represented by the Secretary of War for their devising of a novel apparatus for manufacturing High Grade explosive pellets. When pellets of single explosives or mixtures such As trinitrotoluene commonly known As Are required for Pellet loading the usual practice has been to pour or East the molten explosive into pans about one Inch deep. After the resulting slabs cooled they were broken into pieces of the desired size using a Mallet or similar device. This casting procedure has also been used for the preparation of explosive mixtures for transportation when one of the ingredients is too dangerous to ship alone. It then is necessary to remelt a major part of the slabs at loading plants which is both dangerous and time con suming. To provide an improvement Over the prior practice Burton and Guenther have devised an apparatus for manufacturing High Grade explosive pellets of a size and shape which May be used directly for Pellet loading and which May be re melted quickly and safely. Basically their apparatus comprises an endless metallic Belt that is made preferably of stainless steel and above the feed end of which a steam jacketed extrusion Kettle is supported. The Kettle contains a Supply of the plastic explosive which is agitated so that droplets thereof fall on the Belt and Are carried thereby in such a manner that they Are solidified when they drop from the discharge end of the Felt. In general the resulting Pel lets resemble unopened Rose buds and Are free flowing and their size and shape May be controlled by adjusting such fac tors As the plasticity of the explosive the height of fall from the extrusion vessel and the seven Drivers minister held up found guilty. County by Carter court Gate City a 8pu_no Elizabethton arrests have been made in the in Drunken driving cases were robbery of the Rev. Roy Jen disposed of As Carter county Kinski of Starnes Chapel who was j.tau14uc4j Valuo j evicted paying fines ranging from men saturday night. To All but one of the men also got jail sentences. A plea of guilty to manufacturing and possessing whisky resulted in fines of each the minister told officers that the bandits took from him after pulling their car in front of his and forcing him to Stop. The men wore masks he said and had covered the License and jail sentences of 11 months plates of their car with cloth and 29 Days for Rex Heaton and Irick Birchfield. A felonious assault count against Ray Holley in the assault of an elderly woman in the Range Community was set for tuesday trial. Set for wednesday at 9 . Was trial of three morals charges against Jim car Ter county Road superintendent. A manslaughter charge against John b. Gouge in the death of Julia Ann Pearce last septem Ber 4 is slated for 9 . Thurs Day. Extension course for big Stone Gap big Stone Gap a. A history class for teachers or other persons desiring College credit for the renewal of certificates on degree credit will be organized in the big Stone Gap High school Library at 7 . February 17. F. R. Crockett jr., regional director of the Extension department of the University of Virginia will organize the class. Subject will be the first half of the Book Virginia the old do it will be taught by or. H. M. Henry retired professor of Emory and Henry College. Length of the endless steel Belt. In their Patent specifications Burton and Guenther also de scribe in detail a method of pre paring an explosive composition that May be formed into i in accordance with their invention. Destination if no Neutral coun try other than India is willing to accept them. Tva to buy 11 million tons of Coal for 1954 Chattanooga Tenn. The Tennessee Valley authority will buy about 11 million tons of Coal for use at its steam generating Power plants this year the Agency said today. R. A. Kampmeier director of Power Supply said the expected 1954 purchases _ compare with tons received last year. Ices. The body will be removed to the Home of mrs. Alf Ferrell at Rea. Surgoinsville wednesday at 4 . From Colboch Price Funer a Al Home. Son of the late Joe Bass of Rogersville he is sur Vived by four children Charles and Jim Bass of Laurel md., miss Margaret Lee Bass and miss Lena Ruth Bass also of Mary land five Sisters mrs. Maggie i Britton and mrs. Ferrell of sur j Goins Volle mrs. Emma Lawson i and mrs. Neppie Davis of Rogersville mrs. Mary Hensley of Greeneville and several grand children. He was an Uncle of sgt. J. D. Britton of Surgoinsville former prisoner of War in to always prepared West Haven Conn. Lice said safecracker who got from a Chain store Here carried a fire extinguisher which they used to put out a fire which started when they were burning the store Safe open with an acetylene Torch. Here s the Pep boy he s past 60. 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