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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - January 13, 1953, Kingsport, Tennessee2 tuesday Jan. 13, 1953 Kingsport times two Heads better than one not with _ Harold a two headed Turtle shown Here beside a Silver Dollar lives in constant each of his Heads independently controls two of his legs. Don t is a maddening situation for Harold. For instance if one head goes to sleep but the other gets hungry the legs on the sleep ing Side relax while the other two walk Harold around in a tight Circle unable to get to food. Or. William o. Sadler Biolo Gist at Mississippi College who observed two headed Harold said each head has Independent action and controls its Side of the body. Harold was found by Gustave Rrok a Fisherman and trapped near Morgan City la., and is now owned by Joe Prive of Clinton miss. A photo Neely sees signs of Ike begging off his Promise Washington Nee Lyd Eva said today he sees signs of Eisenhower begging off from his Campaign promises to press for More Liberal social Security benefits for the aged. Neely said a Republican proposal to create a new Hoover study commission to look into social Security and other prob lems does not look anything like a move in behalf of the president elect s rather he said it seems to offer an excuse for sen. Ferguson after a visit with president elect Eisenhower in new York yesterday told reporters they will push their proposal to create the study group with former presi Dent Herbert Hoover As a Mem Ber to Start where the old Hoo ver commission left they have introduced resolutions in the Senate and House to set up such a 12-member commission. Sen. Edward Martin a member of the Senate finance committee which handles social Security legislation was told of Neely s comment and he said in an interview the democrats ought t to criticize that Way. The general is trying to carry out his Campaign pledges to the Gore is assigned to two committees Washington democrats Shook up their com Mittee assignments monday to give each of their freshmen at least one Choice assignment sen. Lyndon b. Johnson announced. The democratic floor Leader from Texas said some older senators gave up coveted spots in order to let newcomers each have one Good Post usually the ones they requested. As chairman of the democratic steering committee Johnson said the assignments included sen. Albert Gore Public works and District of co Lumbia committees. Jabara returns to korean War Seoul James Jabara first american Jet Ace re turned to Korea yesterday to Fly Sabre jets with his old of Jolt. The fifth air Force today said Jabara who downed six communist migs on his first four in Korea was assigned again to the 4th fighter interceptor Wing. New Tazewell leads sales in e. Tenn. Burley by the associated press Burley tobacco brought an average Price of More than a Mai May Maze a hundredweight at four East Trail to happiness for hundreds Tennessee markets monday and homeless tots Fly mgt new . Frankfurt Germany two dark skinned children flew o new Homes in America Toda on a flight that May Blaze at new Tazewell the was the new Tazewell average was the highest among nine reporting unofficial sales Fig ures. The Market moved pounds for the big Greeneville Center the largest vol ume sold at a single Market brought an average of a Hundred pounds. Good Strong sales at Rogers Volle brought an average of per hundredweight at growers warehouse no. 4 Mon Day. Tuesday s sales Are slated for growers no. 6 wednesday planters no. 2. Thursday growers no. 1 and Friday at growers no. 3. Unofficial sales by markets Harts Rulle Johnjon Cut care Tville Iford motown at. Pleasant new Tazewell Roger Settle Sparta 337.m3 32s.bu st7.h8 m1.3m 322.402 1m, 832.03 1si.is3.38 174.472.39 85.5s3.c3 nt.hs.3s suspect arrested n sheriff s death Georgetown o. The Ohio state patrol said Early to Day that a Man identified As Charles t. Rigdon 31, sought in ast night s slaying of Adams Bounty sheriff Ben k. Perry had Een arrested at Maysville by. Corp. H. Brown of the state Atrol said he had been notified hat a state Highway patrolman As taking Rigdon to West in Jay and of other homeless tots in Ger average Many. Three year old Annelise and five year old Eduard Are the 11 legitimate children of american negro soldiers and German girls there Are thousands like them facing an Uncertain future in Germany where negroes Are rarity. An american negro woman mrs. Oscar g. Grammer o Washington d. C., became concerned about the problem and decided to do something about it she and her husband a Chiel warrant officer in the american army at Mannheim have no children of their own. They be Gan by adopting five Little half negro waifs. Then she wrote to a newspaper in Baltimore my. Asking help in finding other american negro families will ing to adopt such youngsters. A couple in Washington d. Was among the first to respond they Are sponsoring the entry of Annelise and Eduard into the United states and plan to adopt hem. Homes also have been found a America for three other homeless waifs who will go As soon As visas Are arranged at. 49.91 51.31 55.50 big three prod Russia about austrian treaty Washington three big Western Powers have again prodded the user to conclude a treaty with Austria restoring its Memphis Winner of grand fire prevention award Boston tenn., was announced today As Winner of the grand award of the National fire Protection association. In the United states in the International. Fire prevention week contest. Atlantic Iowa population 472 tied with new York City for second place in the United states with Louisville ky., Chi Cago and Providence r. I., respectively next in order. Purpose of try contest is to stimulate Competition and encourage the use of fire Preven Tion week As a rear round fire prevention. A ional fire prevention week Al ways is timed to include the Date october of the great Chicago fire. Highest honors in the Indus rial division went to the Ford motor company Rouge area Dearborn Mich. The contest Drew entries rom cities and towns in the United states Alaska Hawaii and Canada and from american and Canadian Industry and from he United states and Canadian armed forces. Revellers report Venezuela revolt Panama Panama lers from Venezuela reported Oday that three persons were tilled or wounded in a clash ear 7 last week in. Caracas the venezuelan capital Between Poce and an insurgent group. Several army officers were a Naa Maun 10 Wisl in Puatu on. He said he had no details ofifu11 Independence. Best of his ability and i know of no move by him to beg off1 he Man s arrest. Brown said the patrol s word that Rigdon denies every Sheri Perry had an army Dis Harge paper issued to Rigdon in is hands when he was shot own As he sought to question to hitchhikers near Bentonville. Perry was killed a week after he took office. He was a former National president of the fraternal order of police and had served on the Gary ind police Force for 20 years. Boy asks receives a Job in Congress Rochester n. Y. Mother would t believe me at James Goldman said. He told her he had been appointed a Page boy in the House of representatives. James 15, a High school soph Omore wrote to rep. Kenneth b. Keating Rny after a recent Washington trip and asked for the Job. He did t Tell his parents. Keating confirmed the appointment in a. Telegram yester Day. A Quick parental consent followed. James father Harry Goldman is a corporation Law yer. In essentially identical notes the United states Britain and France told Moscow of their in Tention to summon an Early meeting of the four Power treaty deputies in London for the Pur pose of concluding an austrian efforts to Settle Austria s status and end the occupation by the four Powers have come to grief after 258 other meetings Over the russian demands and claims against Austria. The negotiations faded into what the United states called a sterile Exchange of Marie auctions self for drive Norton chief posts maps on accidents o police stay Wells has prepared a map copies of which Are posted in various places in the town of Norton showing Type and Loca Tion of All traffic accidents in the town during the year 1952. Wells believes this will remind the Public and prevent accidents All places where the 1952 Acci dents Are located on the map in various colors designating Type of. Accident. Norton Wells reports had but one fatal traffic Accident last rear. There were seven caused by intoxicated Drivers and three were classed As hit and run. As accidents take place in 1953 he Type and location will be marked on the maps. Ested following the incident a ording to the reports. These sources said some Bate City Man held n old assault Case a warrant charging felonious assault with a sworn out in 1951 by a Gate City woman was served monday on a Man currently employed in a Kings port store City detective Jim Broyles reported. Elmer Ramey 28, posted Bond in Gate City yesterday and is scheduled to appear there for trial on the did charge january 29, information from the Scott county sheriff s office stated. Ramey gave his address As Pate City route 3. The woman who made the charges also lives on route Kermit where the alleged attack is said to have occurred. The arrest was made by detective Broyles for Scott county Deputy e. Starnes. Crackdown is Early persons presumably members of be outlawed democratic action arty launched an attack on the National guard school and an adjacent army Barracks but Poce and troops warned by an former repulsed them. The casualties were members f the attacking group the re ports said. 201 Indianapolis ind. Up or. Robert b. Pierce must face municipal judge a. Scott Mcdonald on speeding charges. Pierce minister of the Broad Way methodist Church was arrested As he raced to give the invocation at the inauguration of gov. George n. Craig who promised a crackdown on speeders. Personal Hollywood buxom Marie Wilson is auctioning her self to the highest bidder who wants a Secretary for one Day. The amount of the winning bid will go to the March of dimes i to fight polio. Last year the movie and comedienne served her Day a Secretary in it. Worth Tex after a bottling company contributed to the National foundation for infantile paralysis. Come in and see this great new general motors masterpiece 1953 i f Way to Bra Trail pmc1i new new wheel Kue or Leveller a new Over All via Salem Para raise hear Wuu Lerfald new it Tutt. Beautifully new in styling from bumper to bumper the great new 1953 Pontiac represents an outstanding value in Many ways it gives you a longer 122-Inch wheelbase and roomier More luxurious bodies. Pontiac s Over All performance is even More spectacular for with remarkable steering and parking ease. For performance Economy and deep Down value the 1953 Pontiac is indeed an Auto Mobile masterpiece Well Worth inspecting. Gas Simm better Highway a wards contest Bemm Tull fret Tel that Roll or tar com t meet Brashear motors inc Clay Street opposite City Hall phone 1520 Loans up to one visit service Community finance it Thrift corp. Of Kin sport 218 East Market Street Telephone 3760 Community certificates 3% per annul chancery lawsuit ties up delivery of Hospital Bonds Nashville treasurer w. N. Estes said today the state cannot deliver lion dollars in Bonds for 4 an atomic research Center and hos Pital at Knoxville until a Chan Cery court suit is withdrawn. Col. Harry s. Berry of Hendersonville a University of ten Nessee trustee brought the suit which has tied the state s hands in helping finance the six Mil lion Dollar project at University. J. Frank Hargis attorney rep resenting Berry said last night he has no authority to with draw the action. Berry is in Jamaica on Tion. A two week Vaca Berry s suit contends the 1949 act authorizing the state to sell Bonds is invalid. The court de Nied Hin a stay order blocking the Bond Sale last Friday but granted him seven Days to file an amendment to the Bill. Estes said the Sale of one ill Ion dollars. In Bonds by Knox county and two million by Knoxville to pay their share of he project also has been affected by the suit. He added hat. City and county officials in Knoxville said they could not deliver their Bonds to Purchas ers until the suit is settled. Bottle asks budget Cut Richmond w governor Battle said monday he thought it would be sensible for the fed eral government to reduce expenditures. He said he was confident the Federal budget As submitted by president Truman had enough fat in it that it could be Cut in fact he hazarded that the budget could be now about 9 million dollars in the red that taxes could be Cut Battle said he had reports of a proposed expansion of fort Eustis and he said he seriously doubted the need for it. The military ought to make use of the Large properties it owns in Virginia now instead of buying More the governor said adding that much of this property is not being made full use of. He saw As a hopeful sign in Federal fiscal policies that re publican leaders Are consulting Virginia s senator Byrd on econ omy. He also viewed with Satis faction reports that some con Gressmen Are talking of an in come tax reduction. Stop acid indigestion wednesday morning specials 7 solid mahogany leather inlay chair Side smokers value full fashion Nylon Hose scoop 6 51-cause each 3 or. For 15-denier 1 Kali hold your when you see the Little store s Section in tomorrow s paper

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