Kingsport Times Newspaper Archives Jan 4 1954, Page 3

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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - January 4, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeContinued from Page 1 atomic weapons. 2. Discussion among All the ministers Molotov Dulles Brit ish foreign Secretary Eden and the French foreign minister then in office of relations with red China. That seems almost cer Tain to Lead into some talk of a korean settlement and the War in Indochina. 3. Exploration by the West of the attitudes and intentions of Russia s new Malenkos govern ment. Dulles disclosed last week he was planning to discuss the atomic situation with Molotov. The russians served notice in one of their notes on the Berlin meeting that they would press for a subsequent big five ses Sion to include red China. In the meantime officials Here expect some preliminary exchanges on the atomic problem Between Washington and mos cow. The Berlin conference Origi Row continued from Page 1 red prisoners. Rok foreign minister Pyun in making his announcement said i can assure you we will use Force to release the prisoners if the indians do not turn them Loose january 23." general Hull in writing to the Neutral nations commission took Sharp Issue with a commis Sion majority report stating the in command improperly influenced the Balky prisoners during the explanation program aimed at persuading them to come Home. All the prisoners now held by the indians have rejected repatriation but they Are still free to change their minds. Gen. Hull blamed the break Down in the explanation pro Gram solely on communist de laying tactics. He said the communists stalled the program be cause they could stomach their severe disappointment. At their inability to secure More death and funeral notices John Huff word has been received Here of the death of John Huff 58, of mate Wane w. Va., who died at 6 . Saturday in a Williamson Hospital. He is the brother of a. B. Huff of 1677 Jefferson ave. Funeral arrangements were not known monday morning. Rev. H. Johnson Rev. Clinton h. Johnson 62, died sunday at Holston Valley Community Hospital. Survivors include his widow mrs. Verbina Johnson two daughters mrs. Edith Larkins and mrs. Agenas Brooks of Kingsport six sons Raymond at Andover methodist Church. Survivors Are his widow mrs. Ada Stidham Jervis three sons Otto of Washington d. C., Jack and Dan Jervis of Andover two daughters mrs. Inez Dix of Washington and mrs. Flor Mer cer of Andover nine grand children and three Brothers j. M. And e. D. Jervis of big Sinatra Back to work after visiting Ava new York Sinatra went on to California and work on a new motion picture today after returning from a visit in Rome with his wife Ava Gardner. Elizabethton editor to enter senatorial race Elizabethton her Man Robinson editor of an Elizabethton Plant publication announced sunday night he will Kin sport times monday january 4, 1954 3 employment is problem ind. Of the Richmond office of the state employment Security division wants a stenographer. Zale Edwards manager says he has been Able to find a higher the Singer left Here Early the Republican nomination paying Job for every potential Day less than 19 hours after state Johnson and o. Norton Wal learn r. Johnson with the armed forces Elmer Clinton in. And Edmond d. Johnson All of Kingsport one sister mrs. Shaffer of Kingsport two Broth ers Ernest and Holbert Johnson of Kingsport and ten grand children. Funeral services will be held proposed by the Western than a nominal percentage Powers to begin today was five per cent of re Jat 1 . Tuesday at the com groups receiving Unity. Prayer Center with the played at Moscow s request until i Turners from Jan 25 Hull firmed intention to demand proceed by these stages 1. Holding of elections throughout East and West Ger armistice agreement Many under conditions be of their uary 23. Prev. T. R. Benton the Rev. W. R. Told it. Gen. A. S. Thi Dillon and the Rev. T. H. Starnes officiating. Burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery. The body was taken from the Huff funeral Home to the Andover a sister mrs. Mattie Livesay of Corbin by. Burial will be in Glencoe cemetery at big Stone Gap. The Rev. B. Allgood and the Rev. Gerald Price will officiate. Pope has Busy year Vatican City ins the Vatican news office announced that Pope Pius Xii received 534 persons in audiences and made 84 major speeches in seven languages during 1953. High lights of the Pope s year were the Jan. 12 consistory when he created 24 new cardinals and the opening of the Marian year dec. 8 to free to move to destinations Choice at Jan Hull Basing his assertions on would give the German people Complete Freedom to vote As they wished. The purpose would be elect representatives for for mation of an All German government. American diplomats believe that in such an election the German communists would lose out completely. 2. Organization of an All German government by the Ger mans themselves the conviction Here being that it would be established with freedoms and democratic safeguards. 3. Negotiation or a peace treaty to leave the new Germany free to follow any course it chooses. U. S. Officials said they Are convinced Germany would choose close association with the West. Demos continued from Page 1 but we should be in a position to Lead from Humphrey said. The minnesotan said he referred to recent announcements of reductions of United states military personnel in the far East and to plans to Cul Back american military and economic Aid abroad. However sen. Knowland

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