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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - January 27, 1954, Kingsport, Tennessee2 wednesday Jan. 27, 1954 Kingsport times Coffee continued from Paige 1 that idea. 2. Said his associates at the Capitol Tell him they still Are hopeful a Compromise on the controversial b r i c k e r treaty Power amendment can be worked out. 3. Discussed the distinction As he sees it Between the policies of his administration and the new Deal of the preceding demo cratic administrations. He said his administration is politically Liberal in dealing with individuals and conservative in dealing with economic and monetary matters. A major difference can be cited he added simply by taking a look at the budget which he said shows his administration is reducing spending and that his predecessors went further and further into debt. 4. Asserted that rep. Condon a Calif has every right to Clear himself of charges of sub version. Condon last year was refused permission to View atomic tests because of information the atomic Energy commis Sion said it had received about him. The congressman has de Nied that he is or Ever has been a communist or a sympathizer. He is being Given a hearing by the Senate House atomic Energy committee. 5. Declared a measure of humanity will be employed by the army in handling the Case of Cpl. Edward s. Dickenson the american former prisoner of War who first chose to remain with the communists and then elected j to return Home. The army has started court martial proceed Ings against Dickenson on the ground that he had unlawful deaf h notices Terry Redman Terry Susan Redman six week old daughter of or. And mrs. Joe Redman of Hillcrest Kingsport route died at 8 meet . Tuesday at the Redman Ling to Home. surviving Are the parents one sister Sharon a brother Rich Ard Wayne and grandmothers mrs. Carrie Redman Ramsey va., and mrs. Reba Evans Coe Burn a. Funeral will be at 1 . Thursday at the Church of god in Ramsey near Norton a. The Rev. C. A. Campbell and the Rev. Ben Powers will officiate. Burial will cemetery. The body was to be removed from Hamlett Dobson funeral Home to the Home of mrs. Red Man Ramsey Early wednesday morning. Or. John c. Patty final rites for or. John c. Patty Kingsport optometrist and Alderman were conducted at Broad Street methodist Church wednesday at p. M. Or. E. E. Wiley and the Rev. 3arl Glasow officiated. Continued from Page 1 German and austrian issues then and then Only can we stand before the world As Capa ble of assuming other heavier tasks. The United states rejects the Conception of a five Power meet end International ten Dulles explained that the big four meeting in Berlin resulted from the fact that the United states Russia Britain and France Are the occupying Powers and not from usurpation of any Man convicted for shoplifting Emmett Clark Bloomingdale Road Kingsport was sentenced to 30 Days in the county jail tuesday afternoon in sessions court for shoplifting the police department said. The Man was charged with Petty larceny in connection with the taking of two bottles of after shave lotion from Oakwood Market no. 2. Value of the stolen articles was estimated at 50c by a police officer. An employee of the store saw Norton by scouts Man set annual plans Norton a. For the year were drafted last week by boy scouts from the Wise Lee Russell District lonesome Pine Council at a meeting at Norton methodist Church. District goal adopted by the group was to have 40 per cent of the membership reach first 71ass rank by the end of 1954. E. L. Barr of Pound Advance ment chairman announced that the Man taking the goods and courts of Honor will be held in Jonesville a. County deputies Are looking for a Man accused of robbing a Jonesville resident of Mon Day night sheriff w. P. Bays said. The sheriff said the Man missed two Bills after accepting dates Are listed for grand opening of supermarket Clintwood a. Spa grand opening of a new com uo.jv.14a5 h1c. Kubuj Ilju Toul Deal generally with called police a police officer said. Jonesville. Officers Are also seeking to apprehend the person or per sons responsible in the breaking and entering of a general Mer world problems. The liberation of Austria and the unification he said depends on us and us Dulles said that if Russia wants to raise the question of a Settle ment of problems other than those with which the Berlin con Ference should primarily be concerned it can do so through dip Wise county gop selects delegates big Stone Gap a. Spa Wise county republicans Mon Day elected delegates to the ninth District gop convention slated in Bristol feb he 6. And i have no doubt the United delegates named Are listed be France Are pre Ilow. According to districts pared to discuss by Means of diplomatic channels All Points that the soviet government somatic channels. The United states wishes to explore. We have no desire that the burial followed in Oak Hill tensions should persist merely cemetery. Death came unexpectedly to or. Patty 44, following a heart attack monday morning at hol Ston Valley Community hos Pital. He had been a patient at he Hospital since january 14, dealings with the enemy. Industry continued from Page 1 for instance the chamber Commerce said of the firms reflected in the report 574 of them have three employees or less 279 other firms have from four to seven workers 205 have from eight to Nineteen and 85 have from 20 to 49 employees. Thirty two firms Are listed As employing from 50 to 99 employees and there Are six with 500 or More. Emmert and Correll came to Kingsport for a conference with chamber of Commerce officials regarding the recent cooperative office program of the department of Commerce in which the chamber of Commerce Here joined with seven others in the at his Home but his condition was considered Good until the second attack. Or. Patty had been an optometrist Here since 1939. He was elected to the City Board of mayor and aldermen last june. Active in civic affairs he was president of the civitan club in 1941-42, and served As its Secretary from 1942 j or. Patty also was a past i a .-.i. I Rector of the Kingsport safety Council and was made an honorary member of the Kingsport Lions club for his work in sight conservation. He was a member of the toastmaster club of Kingsport and of the Board of Stewartjr at because there is no mechanism for allaying them. We believe such mechanisms do exist through conferences on specific matters which will bring to Gether the interested parties through diplomatic Dulles reminded Molotov that Richmond District a. C. Rea Sor h. H. Quillen Fred Hollo March and again in store on Walnut Street next District the san Francisco conference Charles e. Morris. Man Martin d. Winstead w. Z.j53 Coeburn Vanhook r. W. Rose Ross til Ley Ruth Hill Charlie m. D. Cooper Betty. Virginia Holloman Carl Mur Phy Arnold Fraley lawrence1 Fleenor Paul Quillea mrs. H. L. J Culbertson mrs. Lena Slemp mrs. H. O. Giles mrs. Dora Arrington John Ellis Sam Snow j. Lincoln Kiser r. B. Strong Wiley Nidiffer and troop committees were asked to meet As of review once each month. Troop activity reports were Given by the following troop leaders a. A Livesay troop 82 Pennington Gap Robert l. Din Gus troop 304, big Stone Gap a. A Houser troop 37, Arno g. E. Anderson John Fischer and j. Lincoln Kiser troop 4, big Stone Gap James n. Williams troop 311, Norton g. D. Hill troop 314, Osaka the Rev. Lowell h. Hunt troop 60, Norton James Petrey 2, troop St. Paul and Roland Salyer troop will be at Norton or. Patty was president of the optometric Assoc a Tennessee Tion. Survivors include his wife mrs. Eleanor Hamby Patty two Chil Dren Betty Ann and John and his parents the Rev. And mrs. John c. Patty All of Kingsport. He also leaves a sister mrs. B. F. Moore of Tallahassee fla., and a Nephew Dean Patty with y 4 state in agreeing to make Avail the air at Harlingen air Able to local businessmen data Force base Texas ordinarily obtainable at regular Commerce department Field of wreck continued from Page 1 Driver of one of the three vehicles said. Wykel told police he was driving a considerable Dis Tance behind Tinsley and did not witness the Accident. None of the 19 cattle in the truck was killed. All the animals escaped into a nearby Field through the broken top of the trailer. Traffic on the four Lane High Way just South of the intersection was halted for More than establishing the United nations rejected the concept of world dominance by we Are not aware of any con Crete problem a solution of which would be facilitated by establishing a new mechanism consisting of the big four ministers plus the foreign minister of communist police make Check of taxi permits Kingsport police made a Sam 3le Check of taxicabs yesterday for City permits assistant chief John g. Martin said. He said that out of 10 checked one was found without a permit. The Driver of the cab was fined wednesday morning in City court on a charge of driving without a City permit. The weather picture big Stone Lions swell polio fund big Stone Gap a. The polio collection Booth in big Stone Gap enjoyed its first prosperous Day saturday As the Lions club collected for the March of dimes Campaign. The Booth had not been oper ated previous saturdays be Lilune alternates h. L. Blevins mar Garet Winstead mrs. Charles e. Morris and Ben Honeycutt. Roberson District Ellen mul Lins g. C. Branham Jack Boi Ling Pearl Hopkins Grace Greer flees such As information sup plied by the Bureau of the Cen sus office of business economics and other divisions of the Federal Agency. The other Chambers of com Merce in Tennessee affiliating themselves with the new pro Gram Are those in Cleveland co Lumbia Jackson Johnson City Elizabethton Morristown and Nashville. Nearly a thousand Chambers of Commerce Over the United states have joined in the program. Unidentified body to be buried today new Bern n. C. By the associated press Chicago Snow Cincinnati Cloudy Cleveland Cloudy Detroit rain Escanaba Cloudy grand rapids Snow Indianapolis Cloudy Marquette Snow Memphis Cloudy Milwaukee Snow Sault Ste. Marie Cloudy traverse City Snow Des Moines Clear Kansas City Clear mils St. Paul Cloudy Oklahoma City Clear Omaha Clear St. Louis Snow Atlanta rain an hour while the wreckage was Boston Cloudy cleared. Highway patrolmen part Cludy members of the Washington new York Cloudy county sheriff s department and Johnson City police directed the work. Aiding in the investigation in addition to sgt. See Corpse of croatian Forest Williorn. Were patrolman c. B. West be buried today with Hist Jne Highway patrol Johnson Parent murder still cloaked in and county Deputy sheriff mystery. The body of the unidentified male was found Jan. 18. Police said he had been bludgeoned to death. An investigation is continuing. At 16, she was the favorite of millions and had been acclaimed one of the world s great no boy would ask her for a Date and she sobbed her heart out like any other teen Ager Here Elizabeth Taylor s Mother who once worried about her funny looking baby tells the True Story of the Price her daughter paid for being too Beautiful. Get the february ladies Home journal on Sale today february ladies Home journal a Curtis Magazine w. T. Wheelock. Fort Worth Clear new Orleans Clear Denver Cloudy Helena Cloudy Phoenix Clear los Angeles Cloudy san Francisco Cloudy Seattle Snow 51 56 54 51 27 48 53 26 61 39 23 34 18 18 14 33 11 58 61 53 77 57 70 76 36 27 64 59 57 36 18 Fred Mullins Everett Hollyfield a. M. Snyder. Alternates Mccoy Rebble Bentley Homer Kiser Henry boiling Bascom Mccoy Florence Mullins Annetta mul Lins Thelma Leftwich k. W. Meade and Lester Baker. Gladeville District Curtis Richmond Jack Hatcher e. F. Beverly c. H. Stanley w. S. Baker mrs. A. H. Hankins or. W. H. Hankins mrs. Thelma Phipps mrs. George Bryson mrs. Nell Elliott mrs. Virginia Gil Ham mrs. Bess Williams mrs. C. D. Nichels c. D. Nichels mrs. H. F. Blevins Hugh Cline Mary of Cigar ets and other were reported taken some time monday night. Bays said that 12 pairs of shoes 24 Cartons articles from the store. Seven Are arrested for Coeburn theft Coeburn a. Spa Coe Burn police have apprehended seven Young men in connection with series of break ins Here and patrolman Claude Brummitt says All seven have admitted their part in the robberies. Brummitt said local police were tipped off to a planned break in at Bond s grocery Mon Day night and police were wait ipg when the gang sought entry. The Young men were trans to the county jail at Wise tuesday. it aspirin for Joy it today i your Hilo it toni6hu cause of bad weather. Lions who took their turn in the Booth saturday were James h. Collier c. B. Fulmer John o. Youell Dillard Ball Jim Roy Noel Don Wax Vic masters w. R. Bailey jr., j. A. Greene and Guy Pobst. Coffee Boycott Granada Hills Calif of the 69 members of the Junior women s club Here have begun writing letters to other clubs around the country urging their members to write protest Flowers dial i 5-1121 Hutch Wallin Florist 105 e. Main St. Jane Jessee w. L. Stallard Doc letters to their congressmen and Good Ernest Bryce Herbert Boycott Spears mrs. Carrie Beverly and j drops. O. P. Fawbush. Alternates Are c. J. Jessee and j. M. Yeary. Lipps District Glenn Cox Cecil Lytton j. R. Robbing Besse Kilgore Kline Stallard w. Fleenor Bascom Steele Holbrook Glenn Bise c. W. Edwards Lois Kilgore Bill Powers Lowell Lawson Fred Bolton mrs. B. H. Stallard Nellie Kilgore and Holland Fletcher. Alternates Helen Gibson mrs. T. E. Dickenson mrs. Hubert Lawson mrs. Fred Bolton mrs. J. R. Robbins mrs. W. C. Edwards Cecil Porter Edward Kil Ore n. A. Hamilton and mrs. Laymond Kiser. Dalton Floral Lynn Garden Flowers for All occasions All arrangements guaranteed South of Here at the Mouth of lick Fork will be held Friday and saturday february 12-13. Clinchfield Coal corporation operator of the store announces that favors and prizes will be Iven to visitors during the two Day opening event. Drawing for the grand prize will be held at 4 . Saturday. A. W. Elliott will be manager of the store which is housed in a new 100 by 100 foot building groceries and meats dry goods shoes furniture and hardware will be sold. Federal health Center started Elizabethton spa the ground has been broken for a projected Federal health Center building Here but no Date has been set for its completion. The building will House the Carter county health depart ment. 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