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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - January 14, 1954, Kingsport, Tennessee10 thursday Jan. 14, 1954 Kingsport times local Jaycees will name City s Young Man of year Licin sport s Young Man of the they were honoured Are Ted c. Tear for 1953 willbe presented at Fritz 1946 j. T. Parker 1947 the annual distinguished service award banquet of the Kingsport Jaycees to be held at Ridge Fields country club on Friday evening Keene White local Jaycee presi Dent announced today. This award the highest made by a Jaycee chapter is presented each year during the Observance of Jaycee week which commemorates the founding of the Jaycee movement in St. Louis in 1920. The Young Man to receive the award was chosen from Nomi nations submitted by the general Public on the basis of his contribution to the spiritual Unity. The judges who made explosives subcommittee pictured above Are members of the explosives subcommittee of the integration committee on propellants and explosives. Which met at Holston ordnance works. January 7-8, 1954 left to right j. P. Zeigler c. A Staley h. A. S Harp l. R. Agan e. G. Rapp j. E. Wisdom and capt. J from l. Collins ordnance ammunition Center c. H. Timmins and r. W. Bordwine Atlas powder company Volunteer ordnance m. J. Reynolds and j. R. Little u. S. Rubber company Joliet b. C. Carlson and j. E. Whitley Joliet Arsenal j. A. Ruth u. S. Rubber company Omar Mcmasters Wabash River ordnance works r. R. Royall and j. B. Nix Holston ordnance works r. H. Morrison and r. O. Hubbard Holston defense corporation. Capt. Collins is Secretary of the integration committee and or. Whitley is chairman of the subcommittee. James m. Welch 1948 Charles m. Everhart 1949 Philip Shivell 1950 l. P. Gregory 1951 and Keene White 1952. T. H. Davis 35-year-old presi Dent of Piedmont aviation inc., will be the speaker for the Occa Sion. Or. Davis has been presi Dent of his firm since 1943, and is Active in Many aviation activities on the National level and in the civic life of Winston Salem and of North Carolina. Robert l. Beard Tec Engineer and Veteran Jaycee is general chairman of the committee which has handled arrange ments for the affair. Other Mem Bers of the committee Are John w. Campbell Roy o. Hill double jeopardy Atlanta Donald Lingerfelt 15, was run Over twice in a matter of minutes by the same hit and run Driver but came out with Only minor injuries. Riding his bicycle last night he was run Down by an Automo bile. The Driver stopped then backed the wheels of the car Over the boy s legs and seeded away. Doctors there said injuries on the youngster s head and legs were slight. Reef China losing Revenue from natives living abroad Hong Kong Chi Nese communists have almost killed a Goose which has been laying Glorien eggs for a thou Sand years. The eggs were the Money sent Back to China by chinese living abroad. During the last 15 years the total has been As High an special Exchange rates for remittances. They exempted their land from confiscation. They guaranteed big dividends for their investments. But the policy did t last. In the second year of the land re form the reds began to take the dually As one and one third the arrested overseas lion dollars. It averaged close to 750 million. After four years of communism it has dwindled to perhaps two million. This is an estimate. Money now is smuggled in both to circumvent the embargo and to avoid direct seizure by the reds. The United states embargoed Dollar remittances after the korean War. But the stoppage be Gan before that. Most of the 11 million overseas chinese live in Southeast Asia far from u. S. Controls. They stopped for their own reasons. The reds Are trying to change China to make her Independent of foreign Trade. So it s hard to Tell How serious this loss is. To the old China it would have been ruinous. The nation s traditional unfavourable Trade balance was balanced with this Money. Mainly the Money stopped be cause the communists could t keep their hands off it. They grabbed it from the Home folks in donations forced savings taxes or Bonds. At the Start they tried to woo tie overseas chinese. They gave to about 20 per cent. Chinese who had come Home to finish their lives on the farms they bought or in businesses they started from foreign earnings. These persons were tabbed land lords and despots along with other owners and got the same treatment. Investments continued to pay dividends but they were blocked in red Banks. Remittances fell steeply. Then came Korea and the embargo and they practically disappeared. The reds needed the foreign Money badly and resorted to extortion. Some Home folks were arrested and tortured. Some were coerced by constant visitations threats interference and some times sheer sleeplessness. These produced a certain number of desperation remittances but a remittance always brought re quests for More and finally the source dried up. From 1940 to 1950 the proportion of women in the u. S. Population who were married de creased from about 24 per cent boy gets homesick Reserve unit for Fried Chicken is organized Atlanta up fifteen year a new army Reserve unit with in. J. A. Old Warren Shuey or. Was Home 48 paid drills a year has been sick for Dixie and his grand Mother s Fried he peddled his bicycle about 700 formed in Kingsport. It is Headquarters and head quarters Battery of the 747th Miles from Washington d. C. To Field artillery battalion under Atlanta. The command of major a. J. Warren said he left Home on his bicycle Jan. 6 and that his parents thought he was headed Bennett usar. The unit meets every wednes Day at 7 . At building 116 at for school. Instead he kept Eastman company s peddling he travelled about 100 Miles a i Day and slept in tourist courts at night. His baggage was Lim cited to a couple of extra shirts and his Bible. I read my Bible every night and then prayed that i was do ing the right Warren said. Mrs. Beulah Brannon the grandmother said the parents have Given permission for War Ren to remain with her. The Shuey family formerly lived in Atlanta. Construction started on state Park roads state senator Charles m. Ever Lart of Kingsport announced today that construction has be gun on state roads in Warrior s path state Park. Everhart said governor Frank Clement personally ordered funds made available for the Road construction in the Park which is located near Kingsport along the Lake created by the Daniel Boone Tva dam. Area promises to be Good Colorado Springs Colo. 16-year-old Colorado Springs lad has promised his parents and police he will Stop pinching women. When a Colorado College coed reported the youth police Cap Tain Cecil Caldwell decided it was time for a talk. The boy frankly admitted he had pinched women but he said Only four Ever denounced Hiis actions. Towel gift Days o Golden i mrs. Filbert s tile3 Iee Margarine of 17x31 Tatto to Send for 1 free Towel Village Market-1137 Walnut which came first the first u. S. Taken in 1790. Census was ranks of the distinguished Sam and John citizens of Kingsport who Are. A past the age limit 35 years for jr., w. Wilder. Edwin b. Norris will serve As toastmaster at the banquet. Receiving the award. The judges remain Anonymous until the time of the actual presentation of the award. Previous recipients of the award and the years in which the title cashier originally meant in charge of the Money Box from the Early meaning of Towel gift Days mrs. Filbert s q ibs. Golden quarters Don t spread holes even ice cold Margarine to Send for 1 free Towel Compton Faulk grocery Flowers every week end for your Home or every monday for your of fice a fresh bouquet of season Al Flowers delivered to your door for Only volume buying concentrated deliveries no fancy expensive wrapping or Lioves bookkeeping and no wasted Flowers mean Saviar Money for Yop. We have no contract for you to enter into. Our service and must please or you Slop the deliveries with just a phone Call to Circle the Only Way that you la find out what a terrific value this is is by trying us out for n few weeks. Oar reputation and be ing the oldest single owned Flower shop in Kingsport behind this service to you. Backer Bros. Dial Circle 64177 the railway or the Highway for in Many Southern communities Early economic development was pioneered by the railway. In other areas roads and highways first served the transportation needs. But either Way both railways and highways Are indispensable created resources of the South today. Like natural resources created resources should be cared for and conserved for the use and Benefit of All. Certainly the Public interest is poorly served when resources of any kind Are threatened damaged or depleted for the selfish Benefit of a few. The South needs Good streets and As it needs Strong efficient financially sound railways. Both Are Basic created resources of this great to be wasted or abused by a but to be protected and preserved for the lasting Benefit of All. Southern railway system Washington d. C. Voluntary disposal Sale of All Odds and ends of Winter Mdse. Terrific values throughout entire store men s wings sport shirts values galore Only Street floor 2 men s Curlee topcoats Reg. Values now reduced to Only Reg. Values now reduced to Only Reg. 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