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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - January 12, 1954, Kingsport, Tennessee2 tuesday Jan. 12, 1954 Kingsport times Charles h. Kellstadt Sears official receives award for citizenship Erwin Man indicted in fatal beating jail prisoner Jonesboro Washington county grand jury Mon Day indicted Charles e. Pettit of Erwin for murder in the death last september 26 of Lee b. Chase route 2, Jonesboro. The Case is set for 10 a. M. Thursday. Pettit is accused of kicking and beating Chase to death in the bullpen at Johnson City jail after both had been arrested on drunkenness charges. The grand jury also indicted Eugene Wexler Gray 20, Kings port for manslaughter in the death of w. H. Crabtree of Elizabethton in an automobile Acci Dent december 27. Charles h. Kellstadt of Atlan Snow continued from Page 1 new Jersey 15 new York 5 Connecticut 7 Rhode Island 2 Massachusetts 6. The Southeast shivered in sub to a vice president of Sears Roe-1 freezing temperatures Asfa Buck and co., in charge of the South As Northern Florida tubs company s Southern Day. Was awarded the Good citizen-1 Jacksonville fla., reported 3c ship award for 1954 by the while Tampa Chalke tonal retail dry goods association in new York last night it was announced today by m. P. Stovall Field supervisor for East Tennessee area Sears Roebuck and co. Kellstadt was awarded a Silver plaque in recognition of his serv ice As chairman committee on blood american National red Cross. The accompanying Cita Tion paid tribute to his part in directing the blood Doner serv ice which provided Over 000 pints of blood for the armed forces during world War it added that or. Kellstadt s Ideal death and funeral notices mrs. Salley Bishop mrs. Salley Bishop 75, died at 8 . Monday at her Home in the Bloomingdale Section route 1, Kingsport after a Long ill Ness. She was born in Scott county va., and has been living Here the past 28 years. She was a member of free will Baptist Church of Virginia. Surviving Are her husband Steve Bishop four daughters mrs. W. H. Hill mrs. W. Wil son and mrs. R. Powers of Kingsport and mrs. Fannie Bel mrs. Mary Holbrook Coeburn Mary Elizabeth Holbrook 98, died Here at the Home of son Wilson Holbrook monday. Her husband Wilson Holbrook sr., preceded her in death 51 years ago. Survivors include one Daugh Ter mrs. Clyde Evans of Dwina two sons Wilson and Bonham Holbrook of Coeburn four step daughters mrs. Minnie White and mrs. Bertie Home of Kings port mrs. Mary Perry of Coe Burn and mrs. Margie Evans of receives scouting award Larry of or. And mrs. Charles e Hartgrove of 1332 Pui Eola Avenue smiles As his Mother pins on his god and country award. The David Giles pastor of Litz Manor methodist Church which sponsors Larry s troop presented the Iward which the highest the Church gives in scouting. Times news photo by Frank up 39 degrees and Miami tallied a cold 44. Kentucky had the coldest temperatures in the Region today with a Low of 8 at Lexington am 10 at Louisville. Other Low readings in the Southeast were Atlanta 24 Rome ga., 20 Augusta ga., and Mobile ala., 30 Nashville tenn., 15 Mem Phis tenn., 21 Asheville n. C., and Raleigh n. C., 18 Charlotte n. C., and Birmingham ala., 25 Jackson miss., 27 Savannah a. And Charleston s. C., 32 of a blood and blood derivatives and new Orleans 34. Program for All the people has the cold wave was not con inspired not Only millions to the United states. The other volunteers within news service re american red Cross but has had posted that snowstorms Ava a marked effect on the develop ment of facilities to make blood available through other Kellstadt thus becomes the first Southern merchant to be so honoured for Public service other than in purely business according to j. Gor Don Dakins executive vice president of the National retail dry goods association. A native of Columbus Ohio Kellstadt was made a Sears vice president and director in 1949. He assumed direction of the Southern territory in 1950. Fire in Stelling Home a burning cigarette was blamed As the cause of a fire monday night at the Home of Charles Stelling 309 Sequoyah drive fire chief c. M. Kenner of the City fire department said. Chief Kenner said firemen were called at p. M. To extinguish the fire which destroy Lanches and bitter cold have claimed at least 22 lives in aus Tria Switzerland and Italy in the past 24 hours. Ike continued from Page 1 props Eisenhower proposed to abandon in favor of a flexible scale of supports. The forthcoming farm Battle apparently will revolve largely around this Point since Eisen Hower s other principal recon insulation of existing crop surpluses from the regular rather widespread backing. The comments of the labor of men receive fines during City court session two men arrested together on main Street monday night received fines totalling each in City court tuesday morning. One of the two defendants entered pleas of guilty to Public drunkenness and whisky charges and the other was found guilty of drunkenness and indecent sex Lamy Gate City five sons Ray Bishop of Knoxville Belve of Rye Cove va., Enoch Farley and Burl Bishop of Kingsport a Sis Ter mrs. Wayne Bagley Rye Cove a. And several grand children. Funeral services will be held at 2 . Wednesday at the Hamlett Dobson Chapel with the Rev. Joe Byrd the Rev. Jimmie Dykes and the Rev. Jess Roberts officiating. Burial will follow in Oak Hill cemetery. The body was removed from the funeral Home to the Resi Dence monday afternoon. Sara e. Doggett Bristol serv ices for miss Sara e. Doggett 91, who died at the Home of her Nephew Earl Doggett at Blount Ville at 4 . Monday following a lingering illness were to be held continued from Page 1 at 3 . Tuesday at the Blount not yet been chosen. Ville presbyterian Church. The Young went from Seoul to i Rev. Owen b. Gumm was to offi 0 i i capt. Sara Harris was Captain to visit Kingsport capt. Sara n. Harris the wac was selection officer for the state of Tennessee will be in Kingsport wednesday from 2 to 4 ? to interview Young ladies who Are interested in enlisting posture. Judge Lacy West suspended Korea step sons of Coeburn and James Holbrook of Bristol three Sisters mrs. Nancy Hill Man mrs. Elizah Watkins and miss George Goshe All of Coe Burn 12 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be help at 2 . Wednesday at the Coeburn methodist Church burial will follow in the Wise cemetery. Voted to a each Wise county gop Wise a. Quillen of big Stone will head the Wise county Republican organization for 1954. He was elected at a mass meeting Here monday attended by More than 150 per sons. Named As vice chairman was mrs. Bess Kilgore of Coeburn. Sam Snow of Appalachia is the new Secretary treasurer. The weather picture illegal parking fines against two defendants who told the court they had parked without noticing no parking signs. Forfeitures on the Day s Dock Panmunjom this afternoon to hand his note to the armistice commission secretariat. Then he returned to Seoul this evening and announced his reply to a letter he had received late Mon Day from i Sok Bok and Huang Hua. In their note the red Dele Gates formally proposed speedy renewal of the preliminary peace negotiations and requested a Liaison meeting in Panmunjom wednesday to set the Date and hour for resumption of the talks. It was stressed that Young s answer did not constitute acceptance of the red proposal that the Panmunjom prepare Dalton Floral Lynn Garden Flowers for All occasions All arrangements guaranteed dial Circle 6-8822 Circle 5-3212 by the associated press Chicago Clear 32 Cincinnati Snow 32 Cleveland Snow 27 Detroit Snow 22 Escanaba Clear 19 grand rapids Snow 23 Indianapolis Clear 30 Marquette Snow 19 Memphis Clear 35 Milwaukee Clear 21 0 7 14 15 3 13 2 6 21 -3 Groseclose Flowers for All occult i dial Circle 6-6108 All Amnie Menti Gazara Breed it included one Bond negotiations be renewed. Speeding one Bond for three overtime parking tickets plus warrant costs six Bonds for illegal parking and 17 Bonds of each for overtime parking. In december 1945. As a civilian capt. Harris was editor of the Wilcox progressive _ Era Camden Alabama. She at corps the University of mis women s air Force. Capt. Harris a native of Cam Den ala., graduated from Ala Bama College Montevallo ala., with a Bachelor of science de Gree. Immediately after graduation from Alabama College she enlisted in the wac in 1942. She received her commission in facials were in contrast to those june wac in 1943 and was of of the two Cabinet members i f plated Wittl a wac bn., base most directly concerned with management labor relations. Labor Secretary James p. Mitch Ell and Commerce Secretary sin Clair weeks called the presi Dent s program and said they would support it. Weeks said the proposals if de a studio Couch in the Stelling adopted would result in great Progress toward better Indus trial relations. He called these Home. The fire chief said dam age to the remainder of the House was slight. He said Stelling was sleeping in another room when the fire broke out. The Blaze was reported to station by a pass ing taxi Driver. The dwelling was listed the j depot area Warrenton England from june 1943 to december 1945. She was separated from the wag Souri school of journalism co Lumbia Missouri in 1950, during which time she to Active duty in the was. Capt. Harris was assigned to Tennes see military District in septem ber 1053. Any Young ladies interested in obtaining information on either the wac or the was May Contact Captain Harris at the i u. S. Army and u. S. Air Force recruiting station in the Post office building. Haynes Brown Heads Unicoi school Board Erwin Brown has been elected chairman of a seven Man Unicoi county school Board named last week by the county court. He formerly headed the nine Man school Board which was ousted after a 1953 legislative act was declared unconstitutional. N. Duncan was named vice chairman of the Board. Assisted by the Rev. Dan Graham. Miss Doggett was a Well known teacher in Sullivan county and had taught Here for Over 50 years and had spent some time teaching in Georgia schools j survivors include the follow ing nieces and nephews mrs. G. M. Keabler and miss w. R. Ernest of Bristol mrs. J. Fred Johnson miss Margaret Doggett miss Mabel Doggett and miss elea nor Doggett All of Kingsport Earl Doggett of Blountville a thur j. Doggett and Ralph dog get of Kingsport the Rev. W. M. Doggett of Texas. Pallbearers were c. A Massengill Paul f. Anderson Harry Massengill Lee s. Anderson c. J. Long w. D. Dulaney or. S. R. Mcdowell and John Wolford. Cherokee finance co. Loans arranged your signature Only Money for working people applications by phone Call Circle 6-6521 132 Broad St. Over jewel Box Caudino quickly allays pain of neuralgia i notice que and headache. It s liquid i Start Relief the i Label Denute Yogi take it. Follow i Oid excessive use. At All i liquid Cap Udine property of v. L. Kennerly. Firemen also answered a Call to 721 Fairview at p. M. Monday when residents were alarmed by a smoking stovepipe Kenner said. Cret strike ballot request the american democratic Way of determining a matter of vital concern to every Man and Wom an faced with the Prospect of loss of pay resulting from a Cio president Walter Reuther said that while the program contains recommendations the secret strike ballot provision would add to the anti labor Arsenal provided by the save january bargain special mail subscription rent sized monthly pay ments steady reduction of interest and principal. Many years to repay. It All adds up to the modern practical easy Way to buy your Home. A moderate Down payment can Start you now. Inquire today. Current Raie of dividend 3% per annul listen every morning monday through Friday . Kingsport Federal Federal savings n d loan association 230 Commerce Street phone i 6-6161 let s All buy u. S. 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