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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - February 17, 1954, Kingsport, Tennessee,14 wednesday feb. Kingsport times Appalachia scouts celebrate project month the entire month of Gebru area on that Day shipped to the pilots Grant scholarships mrs. Ruth w. Clinard of Nashville governor of District 7, Pilot International presents a Check to Herbert f. Clark of Peabody College for six scholarships. Or. Clark is director of business and finance at Peabody. The project which provides Aid for mentally retarded children was adopted at the last annual Pilot convention held in Gatling aug. Kift sport citizens speak at child study club meeting three prominent Kingsport citizens participated in an extemporaneous panel discussion at the tuesday evening meeting of the Kingsport child study club. Mrs. Dale Chesney program committee served As Moderator and introduced or. F. S. Flanary paediatrician or. E. Davis pastor first Gibson Baptist Church and mrs. W. D. Vine teacher of Waverly Road Kinder Garten As panel members. Members of the panel an swered questions from the floor As Well As questions from a ques Tion Box. Some of the questions and their answers were is the frequent use of antibiotics harmful to penicillin is the leading a Lotic used in treating children. Bac Teria might develop a resistance to the antibiotics and some Ary is being celebrated As a nation wide project of the girl scouts of the United states of America and it is reported by mrs. Mark Alexander member of the Public relations committee of the appalachian girl scout Council in District no. Ill that the girl scouts of the appalachian area Are enthusiastically i participating in this project. Many special Days Are being observed through the month be ginning with National Freedom Day which was observed on february 1st and celebrations continuing until february 22nd, the birthday of George Washington. February 22nd is also the anniversary of the birth of lord Baden Powell originator of the scouting movement for both boys and girls and his wife the world chief guide lady Baden Powell. This Day is being observed by girl guides and girl scouts around the world As thinking Day when girl guides and girl scouts Are especially aware of the Mutual ideals and principles which form them into a world sisterhood. Many of the girl scouts of j the appalachian area Are exchanging cards or Small gifts across the sea on thinking Day and the kits for Korea Are being sup ported by All troops in the appalachian area. February 22nd has been set As american Relief for Korea the Agency which is cooperating with the girl scouts in shipping the kits abroad. The girl scouts of Korea a Small comparatively new but very Active organization were consulted by the girl scouts of the u. A a. Before the kits for Korea project was established. It was their suggestion that the girl scouts of the u. S. A. Collect and Send the children of Korea the Small necessities that Are so scarce in that country. Above All they said put them in brightly coloured containers to bring some cheer and gaiety into their lives. The girl scouts of the u. S. A. Also consulted with american Relief for Korea to de Termine the kind of supplies that would be useful easy to Dis tribute and to ship. The girls of the appalachian girl scout Council Are making drawstring bags of gayly coloured Cotton. And filling them with Small useful articles for the Chil Dren of Korea. The bags Are be ing filled with such things As pocket Combs soap tooth Brush safety pins Needle and thread hair ribbon and similar items that people Here in the United states take for granted As daily necessities non existent in stripped Korea. Southwest Virginia Timberland hit by Forest blazes by associated press fires broke out anew tuesday in Virginia s dry principal in Central and South West officials investigated at least two Inci Dences of possible incendiary so. The Salem and Charlottesville Forest districts appeared hard est hit by tuesday s wind whipped blazes. Additional fires popped out in the Richmond area too including a 100-acre Blaze in Chesterfield county. Weather observers held out some Hope the Forest fire Emer gency worst in the state since j last november s arid spell would be ended by showers. A five Day weather forecast called for rain in parts of the state wednesday. Salem District forester Arthur Jolly said a wide open fire was racing across Hills in Bot Tourt county Between Eagle Rock and Buchanan the forester unable to Esti mate the size of the Blaze from 1 first reports said he expected a Force of about 200 would be to control it. He said he founders Robinson school Parent to e a c h e r association presented their founders Day program at the school tuesday evening. Pictured above left Kcf right Are mrs. Ivan Cox mrs. L. C. Brobeck mrs. J. F. Long jr., mrs. Charles Pleton and mrs. Molly Cloud. Social events of Jonesville and i new daughter Garnett and a porn i j might have to Call on cadets at it was stated by mrs. Alex i Ander that All scouting in ble but the Protection is believed to be Good. In what Way can you help a nine year old develop Confidence in give him tasks to perform that you know he is capable of finishing to his satisfaction. How is to affecting the fam to can be Good for a fam ily since it keeps the family at Home at night but this might not last too Long As the fascination for to soon wears off with some people. Children Between the Ages two and five Are greatly stimulated by to and their personalities Are far advanced and they Are smarter than Chil Dren of a comparable age whose families do not possess to. These same children do not possess As much creative ability in their play As those who Are not exp of kits for Korea mrs. Alexander stated and it is anticipated that a great Many kits will leave the ten county Virginia military Institute. Mrs. L. P. Humphreys returned wednesday from a business trip to Richmond a. Or. And mrs. Sam Steele of Gate City were visiting relatives in Jonesville wednesday in route to their Home. Or. And mrs. Claude Reese were in Johnson City wednes Day on business. Or. And mrs. Edgar Bacon Ere in Knoxville shopping son Steven Are established ii their new Home now. J mrs. Oscar Vande Veizer and mrs. C. R. Barnes were in Bristol monday on business. Grover Johnson has accepted a position with Montgomery Ward and co. At Middlesboro by. Mrs. Hubert entertained with a Surprise birthday dinner for her husband this week. Those present were or land mrs. Coy Collins Bobby car j Bond was set at Soldier bound Over in car theft Case minor Given term Billy Lee Shipley 17-year-old army paratrooper on leave was bound to grand jury wednesday morning in sessions court on a charge of stealing a car. His girl scout Council is supported by Community Chest agencies with the. Exception of District v which includes Greene county. Children might be allergic to posed to too much to. When them but the antibiotics Are j children Start to school they nor As harmful to children be better off without to Suli a is. Since they usually stay up too what Type of religious Educa Tion should one give his pre school Don t push re Ligion on your child take him to Church and sunday school regularly and Tell him stories with an everyday moral. What is the Ideal size for a modern four children boys and two girls if you Are Lucky. What effect will the new Cine for polio the Side effects or reactions to the we give j Green Stamps Atlas Esso station intersection Bristol and j. C. Highways phone 1435 late and Are not As Alert As a school child should be. At what stage in a child s development should he think about joining the this would depend on the child but the average age is Between nine and twelve. When the child feels that he loves Jesus and wants to serve and follow him he is ready to join the Church. How much should the Parent teach a child before he starts to dents aided foresters in ing a 150-acre Montgomery county Blaze near Shawsville on it. Lewis Mountain tuesday. Jolly said a 150-acre fire in Franklin county near Endicott which broke out monday was brought under control tuesday. Jolly reported three other Mon Day fires were brought under control tuesday. Forester Dallas f. Wilfong re ported about 15 Small fires in the 16 county Charlottesville District. One of the cases under investigation for possible incendiary so involved a 17-year-old Louisa county youth. Louisa county fire Warden j. B. Vaughn said Eldridge Dymacek of Bumpass was charged with maliciously setting fire to Brush and Vaughan said Dymacek driving a tractor monday night hopped off the vehicle periodically and set 13 fires in hours along u. S. 33. He was released the Daugherty Dennison Chicago 111. Under Bond for a hearing in saturday. Tour have and a Tor menting Recta itch Are often Tell tale signs of pin Worms ugly parasites that medical experts say infest one put of every three per sons examined. Entire familial May to victims and not know it. To pet rid of pin Worms these Peats must not Only be killed but killed in the Large intestine where they live and multiply. That s exactly what Joyne s pm tablets do and Here n How they do it scientific coat inst car Ries the tablets into the bowels he fore they dissolve. Modern medically approved in or edict Coes right to pin Worms quickly and easily. Don t take chances with this dangerous highly contagious condition. Get genuine Jayne s pm Small Ensy to take tablets. The dial sizes children and Nulta. Perfected by or. D. Jayne son specialists in worm remedies for 100 years. This depends on the How Well coordinated he is and what he wants to learn. Or. Flanary recommended Gazelle s the first five years of As a Good Book for parents to read since it reviews the Ferent stages of a child s growth Wolf f f wet Happy was a Happy Day in the life of the Carrier family during the past week end As 11-year-old Claude and nine year old Troy Carrier left the Holston Valley Community Hospital with their Mother. The two Bristol youngsters were stricken with polio last summer and for a time were confined in Iron lungs. Bidding them goodbye is miss Cordelia Lampe director of nurses. And tells the parents what to expect during the various phases of a child s growth. Fly court for j 311 Cherokee cd 7-7111 x a Kingsport Man pleaded guilty wednesday morning in mrs. William c. Lady was in-1 City court to a charge of drunk produced As a new member. Vis-1 in driving. Judge Lacy West fined him and recommended his Driver s License be suspended for five months and 29 Days. A Kingsport Man was fined s3.50 for setting a fire to Burn trash. The court was told the fire got out of control. When judge West asked the defendant if he did t know it was violating a City ordinance to Burn trash the Man replied yes sir but i did t think of a City prisoner fined for running off from the work gang while he still had a Fine to serve out. A Kingsport woman received a tors at the meeting were mrs. Lawrence Sieg mrs. Toy Reid and mrs. Earl King. Mrs. Ronald Miller and mrs. Marshall Otis were hostesses for the meeting. Virginia Assembly considers tax Bill for so counties Richmond a. Up the general Assembly continued consideration of local sales tax Bills today in the face of new warnings to proceed with Cau-1 for Public drunkenness ton lest the localities lock up a 42-year-old Kingsport Man polish Dps marry on Border Bridge International Falls Minn. Displaced polish couple was honeymooning in on Tario today after customs and immigration men helped play cupid in a marriage ceremony performed on the International Bridge Here. Joseph Byjczyk 37, and Maria Krys 26, were childhood Sweet hearts ural the War separate them. Miss Krys came to the United states from Germany in 1950 As a displaced person. By Czyk arrived in Canada on the same basis recently. American immigration Laws prevented Byjczyk from coming Here to claim his Bride. And can wedding at Russell s Chapel Church were mrs. Oscar Deventer and daughter Faye or. And mrs. Roy Speaks the Rev. And mrs. Ogleva Street mrs. Beryl Daugherty Hollis Daugherty and miss Kate spen cer. Mrs. Vance Yeary and mrs. T. E. Jones honoured miss Nina Noe with a miscellaneous Shower thursday evening at the Home of mrs. Yeary. Several guests were present and miss Noe received a number of Lovely gifts. Miss Noe is to be married to Gene Foster of Jackson Tenn. Or. And mrs. D. B. Fletcher were sunday luncheon Gueste of Rev. And mrs. Donald Fauble of Kingsport Tenn. Or and mrs. Robert Smith spent the week end in Knox Vilie with relatives. Mrs. Curtis Flanary and baby daughter Carol Are at from Lee general Hospital. George p. Cridlin is a patient Tacoma Hospital at Greeneville Tenn. District Forest Ranger John Gene Foster of Jackson Tenn., Fine of for speeding in a Ada s regulations made it impose school zone. Sable for miss Krys to a u two men were fined each this source of Revenue. Bills to permit four Southwest counties to impose general re Tail levies if their voters agree Are up for passage by the sen ate. Another giving Arlington the same authority was sprung i forfeited Bond of and the court recommended his License be revoked for Drunken driving and possessing whisky. Other forfeitures were one Bond for Public drunkenness and possessing whisky one Bond Back out of the Senate finance j for possessing whiskey four committee to which it had been re referred. And counties cities the and House towns committee gave 10-3 approval to House measures paralleling two of the Senate Bills. Gov. Stanley took cognizance of what amounts to a creeping approach to the sales tax mat Ter. He told a press conference he agreed with Senate finance chairman Robert o. Morris that granting sales tax authority to a Large number of counties might be unwise. This was on the Assumption the state might find itself boxed in by the coun ties if it were forced to turn to the sales tax As a Means of find ing new Revenue. Bonds for illegal parking and Bonds totalling for Over time parking. Noyes in Covington said he and Fri agents probing saturday blazes in the George washing ton National Forest Are absolutely certain two were deliberately set. Meanwhile scattered showers Over most of the 10-county Bris Tol District removed any imme Diate danger tuesday to the Woodlands there District for Ester d. M. Waite said. Waite said no new Firest were reported tuesday but mop up operations continued on the dozen or so reported in the District monday. Douglass school lists Honor Rolls names of students on the Honor Roll at Douglass High school and Junior High school were announced this week by v. O. Dobbins principal. Students and their Grade averages were High by Hord 2.75 to non Watter son 2.60 Eugene Wilson 2.60 Elizabeth Lollar 2.50 Cecil Long 2.40 James Donald 2.33 Joyce Goodson 2.26 Fonnie Turner 2.26 Mose Goodwin 2.20 Johnny Cartwright 2.16 Phyllis Burnette 2.00 Lonnie Cox 2.00 James Davis 2.00 Shirley Hariston 2.00 Priscilla Smith Horace Sneed 2.00. Junior High Carolyn Scog Kingsport youth sentenced to one year in the Tennessee in Idu Siriani school on the same charge at the preliminary Hoar ing held by s. G. Gil breath or. The two were alleged to have stolen a car belonging to Charles Wright of Whir sport monday drive for scout fund underway Appalachia a. Spa a 1 i 11 i u Campaign to raise 000-the son Wise Lee Russell county share Ltd Dobyns Benne High o the Goa for thei to u d bask Elbau plan Nam nil e t3nv i rivet. F Nanri Pine Council s boy scout fund underway this week. Council budget for the year is biggest item in the budget according to chairman h game. Patrolman Ammons testified that the 15-year-old, who was driving got out and ran after the police car finally them. The patrolman m. Candy is 101 said he the salaries and expenses of t u How be Chr. Professional scout executives and la him he did it with tinfoil behind the switch. The paratrooper whose Home is also Kingsport. Told the coun. Scout work. Three office secretaries wages also figure in. Council objectives for 1954 Are that As he and the to continue to bring Dill st., to More of the boys in the lonesome Pine Council area to train volunteers to two Guys in a car asked us if we wanted to make five the Soldier said the men then build District operating t j the they tees and to make More of the two was a week end visitor in Jones Ville. The Day Circle of the a pcs meets at the Home of mrs. Ray Banner wednesday afternoon. The night Circle will meet in the Home of mrs. Vesta Sewell thursday evening. Mrs. Barbara Waddell has accepted a position with the local c. P. Telephone office As operator. For scouting. The Wise Lee Russell would drive the car and Park it near the High school. Both Dos claimed on the stand membership of 788 boys Dur ulis was reason they Werc in the Auto when arrested by Porterfield will speak to chamber the police. A Constable said that the sol Dier s Mother had refused with profanity to appear in court for him. Both the defense lawyer and judge Gilbreath said the big Stone Gap a. Spl.1 was a shining example of Tho the founders Day program i Robert Porterfield director f0r a a punishing adults of the Pat will be held at the Virginia s barter theatre contribute to the Delin Jas auditorium thursday eve Ujj Ning feb. 18, at o clock. Address members of the big Quency of minors. Stone Gap chamber of Coin an interesting program under Merce at the group s annual Taan the supervision of mrs. Charles Quet Here at 7 . Next tuesday. Johnston is being prepared. Eve the meeting will Mark the be j Tryone is invited. All past pres-1ginning of the 1954 membership dents Are cordially invited. Birthday cake and refreshments will be served to All. Or. And mrs. John Gilmer and children spent the week end in Abingdon and Bristol. On sunday they attended the off drive and All members and prospective members Are invited. Tickets for the banquet Arenow on Sale at Mooney s tire shop Salyer Candy company Riley s Coffee shop and Long s judge Gilbreath said the 15 year old had been in court five times since 1951 and the Soldier six times since 1946. Sutton seeks probe on land Purchase Cial opening of the new sane teary of the Virginia methodist Church in Bristol of which they were former Mem Bers. They were sunday dinner j guests of or. And mrs. J. E. Bates of Bristol. Or. And mrs. D. C. Sewell Iii and son d. C. In and mrs. Ves shoots boy Friend garage. Washington Pat Button a to Conj says he is ask ing the attorney general to investigate the reported Purchase of government owned seed by members of agriculture Secre tary Benson s seed Industry advisory committee. Casablanca the Sutlon said yesterday that the Climax to a lovers quarrel. Mar agriculture department Soldi he Cense there. J. N. Smith a fort Frances attorney paved the Way for the ceremony a few hours before Valentine s Day when he helped the Bride to be get a marriage License Here. Then the couple was married in the customs House on the Bridge with american and Ca Nadian officials looking on after they had Bent the rigid regulations of both nations a Little bit. Gins 2.82 Linda Lee Cox 2.66 Shirley Leeper 2.55 Lula Pat Smith 2.50 Emogene Fugate 2.33 Eugenia Mason 2.25 Brenda Taylor 2.16 Blanche san Ders 2.14 Martha Clark 2.11 Eddie Long 2.00. Honor students from the fifth and sixth grades included Jessie a. Young Helen Long John Scoggins Virginia Brooks major Burnette Carol j. Rockymore Edward Horton Yvonne Deal Ronald Taylor Timothy Turner and Willena Stokley. Tasewell visited miss Vivian Barroul fired a Volley of seed at a loss of four million Dol Well in Kingsport thursday. I revolver shots at her boy jars. He pointed out that 15 Mil or and mrs. George Sewell Raymond Marc in Casablanca lion pounds of seed which Cost mrs d c Sewell Iii mrs. Ves b it Raymond merely brushed i the government Over six Mil Tasewell and Little miss Bobby the powder Burns off his jacket. Lion dollars under the Price sup to Waddell visited mrs. Brooks in Appalachia sunday. Or. And mrs. Ben Orr of Knox Vilie visited recently with his threatened him. Brother g. W. Orr and family. Police Are left the prob mrs. George Horton of Penn feel brighter tomorrow drink cheer wine today cheer wine provides needed Energy drink to your health. Drink for taste thrills. Next time and every time drink delicious cheer wine. Cheer wine is in tune with your taste he told police later that he had port program were sold for i substituted Blanks for live am than one third of the Cost. Munition after she earlier had in ton Gap is spending some time with her daughter mrs. Curtis Flanary and or. Flanary. Attorney Joseph Cridlin spent last week in Abingdon va., on business. Or. And mrs. Edgar Bacon were guests of the Rhea Ranics saturday evening. Mrs. Jim Weston who has been ill is improving. Or. And mrs. Gale Lawson have sold their Home and Pur chased the Lewis Gibson Home in West Jones vice. Coy Collinsjr. Has purchased the Lawson Home. Lem of deciding whether to the Sale was conducted he said in a speech inserted in the congressional record under a time limit which gave Adan charge Marcelle with attempted stages to a group of insiders in murder or to allow her the out legitimate bidders fit of a clause about might buy at a higher i Price. Classified display classified display it s easy to own a Home of your own just dial i 6-4196 1609 Woodside 4 i room Brick. 2 bedrooms living room built in Kitchen and Dinette on paved Street and bus line. Pence in Back Yard Only two blocks from the new Andrew Johnson school. This Home can be bought for Only will carry approximately Cha loan. Please Call us for an Early appointment. Virginia Street in Lynn View Brand new four bedroom Home Beautiful tile Bath with built in fun mrs. Ruth Wygal has resumed jiving room Dilling room Nice built in Kitchen with break her teaching duties in Jonesville fast , attached Jurasek full basement House is Insixi lated and Grade school after several months of sick leave. Gus Talley who has been ill is Able to be at work again. Or. And mrs. Bill Wood and daughter Cecelia and miss Polly Bellamy left monday for Bell Glade Fla. Miss Bellamy has a position in the Hospital there As nurse. Or. And mrs. Garney Ely and mental health group officers of the Kingsport mental health association Are above left to right miss Kathryn Cotton vice president or. E. Gibson Davis president e. B. Towne treasurer and mrs. Louis Mrachek Secretary. Or. Davis is also a Mem Ber of the Board of directors of the recently created department of mental health. Seven new Board members elected this week by the association Are Irving Trawick past mrs. Martha Jane Carmichael mrs. T. A. Ahern mrs. J. W. Summers mrs Don Moll Edward Kane and or. E. E. Wiley or. Times news photo by l. T. Kesterson Lebanon cub scout group organized Lebanon a. Spa Leba non s first cub scout Organiza Tion meeting has been held Andi Only with Good terms weatherstrip cd. Look also 4-Ronni House in Hack will Baji find new. A decorated that will rent for per month. Where in the world can you gel this much for with exceptionally Wood terms 2308 Sherwood Road lame Home with Utility room. Nice Arno lot Karynn a prep. Close Loandrew Johnson school and . A Small Down payment and assume.4vi. . Loan. Monthly payments less Ihnn rent. Nelms Lane in Lynn View Home with Carport on a very Nice lot and paved Street one half Block of Lynn View High school. Three bedrooms Large he Lief room and Dinette built in Kitchen full basement with hot air Bent. Basement is dry and slays warm As Toast. One Lulf Block from bus. Lol 60 x 150. This is a mighty Nice Home for Hamblen Street in twin Oaks Down Brick Only one Block off bus line Bath wired for elect a stove built in Kitchen cabinets in Kitchen. Lot 50 x 150. Only Stanford drive in Dorna courts three bedroom Home Only 5 months old. Owner leaving town. Built in Kitchen Beautiful living Doorn with Large picture window Fqy insulated and weather stripped screened and uttered Lawn seeded and scrubbed pull Down stairway with 300 Square it. Attic floored. A second one scheduled next monday will follow up the proc Ess of organizing cub scout troops by familiarizing parents j with their part in the plan. The meeting will get underway at 7 . In the Lebanon High j school auditorium. Parents with boys aged 8 to 10 Are urged to attend the meet according to Budley Burnes who is directing the organization i 6-4150 night Calls i 5-9457 i 6-2445 realtors Aker dial i 6-4196 Brooks Circle the boy at the to

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