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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - January 1, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeMalenkos prohibit weapons completely and would atomic facilitate establishment of strict International control to make effective the prohibition of the use of atomic Energy for military Pur poses. At the same time the soviet government would consider in dispensable the achievement of an Accord providing for a sub Stantial reduction of All other types of armament and armed forces support of a general and Rath q or vague ban on atomic weapons has been part of the soviet peace propaganda for some time but the free world was interested in the soviet Premier s use of the phrase strict International Malenkos s message also declared that there Are no real obstacles to an improvement of relations Between the soviet Union the u. it went on to the wish for the strengthening of the traditional Bonds of Friendship be tween the Peoples of our coun the entire tone of the state ment was cordial and there was no hint of the belligerency so often associated with russian statements. Western observers found this fact notable. Nevertheless u. S., British and French leaders greeted the Mes Sage cautiously if hopefully. A state department spokes Man welcomed the communication but he added that the new year will provide the soviet Union with ample Opportunity to work for improved relations in Augusta ga., White House press Secretary James a. Hag erty said president Eisenhower would stand on the state department comment Secretary of state John Fos Ter Dulles withheld comment but asked for a copy of the International news service Dis Patch which was rushed to his residence. Former president Harry s. Truman said such a condition improved u. Viet relations could Long ago have been reached if the rus Sian rulers would keep their herewith is the official rus Sian translation of soviet pre Mier Georgi Malenkos s new year s message in answer to a questionnaire submitted to him by Smith Are your wishes for the american people in 1954? a. With All my heart i wish to the american people Happi Ness and a peaceful life. I wish the american people successes in the development of Friendly relations with All Peoples and fruitful results in the Noble cause of defending peace from any attempts to break q. Do you Hope that the new year will witness a strengthen baby on a Kingsport 1 Supply of Wall continued from Page 1 Auto seat 1 bang off car bed 1 30-Day Supply of pasteurized milk. An Orchid for Mother 1 Nylon gown for Mother 1 Book of theater tickets 1 Welsch car seat and bed 1 discount on any car sold firm s car lot paper Lor the Nursery 1 30-Day theater pass free steaks to the parents two. Weeks of free diaper service a two Pound fruit cake 1 Large hooded Bazinette 24 cans of Gerber s baby food 1 Deposit in a Bank savings account 1 child s crib 1 Cap Jacque and bootees 1 bottle sterilizer 1 Case of canned milk and i full course dinner at a restaurant. Last year new year s Day was 10 hours old before the first baby of 1953 was born. He was a seven Pound 14-ounce boy born to or. And mrs. George tester ing of the Bonds of of Rogersville at . Between the people of America and Russia a. It is necessary first of All to wish for improvement of re lations Between cur countries. I consider there Are no real obstacles to an improvement of relations Between the soviet Jan. 1. Ike pm continued from Page 1 wife in Tokyo had anything to do with his decision to escape from behind the Iron curtain Batchelor exclaimed she sure he said that two weeks ago he had received the latest of a series of letters from his wife begging him to return to her and that these letters strongly influenced his action in asking repatriation. The Long haired Blond Cor continued from Page 1 Knowland is the Senate a Union and the u. A. And the Jority Leader. Strengthening of the traditional i on his arrival Here Flemming death notices n. C. Meade or. Castlewood a. N. C. Meade sr., 71, of Castle Wood died in the Lebanon Gen eral Hospital thursday after a International tension and the Bonds of Friendship Between the Peoples of our countries and i Hope it will be q. How do you estimate the chances of preserving world peace and relaxing International tension in 1954? a. All Peoples Are extremely eager for a stable peace and there Are possibilities for a further relaxing of inter National tension in 1954. The governments and first of All those of the great Powers can not ignore the voice of the peo ple and cannot fail to reckon with the increasing desire of the people for a stable peace. As far As the soviet govern ment is concerned it has done and will continue to do in the future everything possible to enable people to live in peace and to facilitate relaxation of lingering illness. J establishment of Normal rela he is survived by his children it ions Between Venice Meade. Elberton w. q. What do you consider the mrs. Charlie Smith mrs. Homer most important action that Couch n. C. Meade jr., and mrs. W. N. Osborn All of Castlewood Felix Meade of Detroit and mrs. James Fugatt of Kingsport. Services will be conducted at the Kange Chapel Church at Castlewood at . Satur Day with the Rev. Carl Adams and the Rev. B. M. Ross officiating. Burial will be in the Temple Hill cemetery at Castlewood. The body was to be removed from the Finney Easterly funeral Home to the residence at 2 . Friday. Mrs. O. A. Cloud mrs. O. H. Cloud 60, of 1710 roller re. Died at . Thursday at the Holston Valley Community Hospital after illness of a year. She had lived All her life in Sullivan county. She is survived by her Hus band Oscar h. Cloud two daughters miss Edith Cloud and mrs. Elinor Dunn two sons Frank and Wallace Cloud one sister mrs. Lloyd Sanders two Brothers h. P. And a. L. Barker All of Kingsport and five grand children. Funeral services will be held at . Saturday at the old Kingsport presbyterian Church with the Rev. Pat Wright and the Rev. Edwin White officiating. Burial will follow in Oak Hill cemetery. The body was to be removed to the residence from the Hamlett Dobson Fune ral Home at 3 . Friday. The body will lie in state at the Church for one hour before the services. Pallbearers will be Educ Crary r. P. Roller a. G. Price a. Tranbarger John Tran Barger Victor Pat Tonroy Cloud c. E. Cox and d. W. Burgan. Or. And mrs. Wells Yuma a. Services for or. And mrs. Ison Wells who were killed at . Sunday in an automobile Accident in Georgia were to be held at 2 . Friday at Prospect Church Here with the Rev French e. Taylor and the Rev Paul Blessing officiating. Burial was to follow in Holston View cemetery. For or. Wells pallbearers will be members of the Odd fellow s Lodge 170 of Gate City and for mrs. Wells the following will serve As pallbearers j. C. And Ray Mcgee Pete Winiger Cecil Taylor Malcolm Bond and James Cassel. Could be taken in the interests of world peace during 1954? a. Such action would be conclusion of an agreement be tween nations providing that the participants thereof would undertake a solemn and unquestionable obligation not to use at Toic Hydrogen or any other Type of mass destruction weapons. Such an agreement would a described the program As a Good sound policy and said he knew of no administration plans to modify it. James c. Hagerty Eisenhower s press Secretary said the plan to earmark Only 20 to 30 per cent of Defene contracts for firms in unemployment areas still will leave most of the Busi Ness for companies in other re Gions. Hagerty also has emphasized that the companies in areas with unemployment problems also Are required to meet the competitive Low bids of other firms. Ciliate reaching an Accord to All balled Leonardo Costagliola of the Florentina of Florence soccer team is a Man without a As he tries vainly to Stop a score during match against the Torino team in Florence Italy. The game ended in a 2-2 tie. A wire photo 1954 continued from Page 1 ways and elimination of the Al poral sporting a neatly trimmed Mustache said he plans to take his wife Kiyoko Araki Back to Texas where his parents or. And mrs. O. L. Batchelor live. In Tokyo Kiyoko who was married to Corpora Batchelor in a 1949 shinto ceremony said this is the happiest new year s of my she had always in insisted that her american Hus band was being held by the communists against his will. Batchelor told the newsmen at mum Nom that one or possibly lore of the americans in the North Camp want to come Back but dare not ask for repatriation because they fear the communists among the pos. He would not name any of the gis being held Back by this fear. Before facing the reporters the Corporal had been briefed by Al lied intelligence officers and was j believed to have been instructed Kingsport times Friday Jan. 1, 1954 3 koreans Are held together blood pressure we up the 21 americans. I and he was a bit the Indian official contended that the t ease of Batchelor s return from Neutral to Allied hands was he declared there was no Evi Dence that any hard Core communist prisoners had blocked the North Camp Gate during the december 23rd american come Home Appeal. I am he said that any Man who May have wanted to do so could have come out the army announced that Batchelor would hold the news conference at the Hospital to Morrow at 10 . 5 . Post Friday l an army spokesman said it was hoped to get the repatriated Corporal flown to Tokyo As soon As a Day or two. Tools chipped by men of the Stone age have in More recent times often been thought a Batchelor had been scheduled have medicinal value. To hold a news conference at the Seoul evacuation Hospital after his arrival there from pan Mun j join. The interview was postponed the order of a u. Army medical officer who pre scribed a night s rest for Batchelor because the returned help for coughs you fed Cooling soothing help from the very first dose. Clogging phlegm is loosened you breathe deeper. Or emulsion relieve Couell Cecil colds synch til Coholic one for the j to mention none of the names in Hackensack n. J., police of the 21 americans he had left took away car keys from in the pro communist Tell and night spots in bars promising to re sellout business at very High tune them water in the Day prices in Colorado fireworks hailed in new year s messages Heitne new year frown atop statesmen of Europe voiced Hope f00t Peak. Prohibit weapons completely and would atomic facilitate establishment of strict International control to make effective the prohibition of the use of atomic Energy for military punches. At the same time the soviet government would consider in dispensable the achieve sent of an Accord providing for a sub Stantial reduction of All other types of armament and armed forces. All this a fluid undoubtedly reduce government expenditures for military purposes and would ease the economic condition of the people. Respectfully g. Malenkos dec. 31, 1953." for future peace. On both sides of the Iron curtain people filled churches and prayed for a Peacefut-1954. Prime minister sir Winston Churchill broadcast to britons that free world strength and the desire to reach just and honorable agreements has reduced the possibility of International conflict. Soviet Premier Georgi Malen Kov told ins correspondent Kingsbury Smith he believes there Are favourable opportunities for reducing International tension in 195.4. French president Vincent Auriol who bows out for the new year As chief of state said it is not talk alone that can bring peace to the world. In Moscow Champagne sales tripled Over last year As the russians celebrated the Start of their Holiday season. With the bars in the United states open later and people drinking More safety officials stressed caution on the High san Francisco s Market Street was barred to traffic As pedestrians whooped it up. Miami welcomed the new year with a mass turnout along Bis Cayne Boulevard. Camp. Such naming of men it was Felt might jeopardize the chances of any More of the american pos escaping. A spokesman for the Indian custodial command challenged parts of Batchelor s Story. 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