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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - January 29, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeSpy continued from Page 1 ported order to the Navy for destruction of intelligence files. However he charged that the communists have As a primary aim wherever they secure a foot hold to destroy All records of their own crime to destroy subversive Jenner contended that the destroyed files had the Basic in formation in the maritime units communists on the waterfront and communists in the convoys that went to Russia he also contended that adm. Ernest j. King then chief of naval operations made one of his periodic visits to Nimitz in the Pacific and that Nimitz told King what Bob Morris had told him and asked if it could pos Sibly be True that such an in credible order could have been issued. Adm. King replied that it was True. But demanded adm. Nimitz could possibly have Given such an adm. King replied the White House " Jenner also declared that it is already a matter of record that similar attempt was made at the same time to destroy the War department records on sub said the latter at tempt was blocked by sen. Styles Bridges Sam h. Andersonsr. Continued from Page 1 president of the Kingsport Mer chants association and during All of world War ii served on million dollars for Economy death mrs. Alma r. Rasnick Duffield a. Spa mrs. Alma Rettie Rasnick 74, died thursday at memorial Hospital in Johnson City Tenn. Its reaction by March 1. She is survived by five Daugh a Eisenhower gave this analysis ters mrs. Clyda Newberry a Jonesville mrs. Rhoda Gilley and the nation s marvellously Clement will make court appointment Nashville gov. Prank mrs. Ruth Young of Duffield mrs. Ethel Mcneil of Livona mich., and mrs. Olli e Ball of c Limestone Tenn. Two sons w. S. Rasnick of Bristol and Olin Rasnick of Kingsport four Sis ters 11 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Funeral services will be held at 1 . Saturday at Mountain Mission covenant Church with the Rev. Arnold Johnson officiating. Burial will follow in the family cemetery Here. Estes and Cecil funeral Home is in charge. Mrs. Dettye Hall Braswell continued from Page 1 testify in the next few weeks on the president s economic report to Congress delivered yesterday. The committee is due to report Clement says he intends to make a temporary appointment to the Tennessee supreme court to serve during the absence of associate Justice Alan Prewitt of Bolivar. Justice Prewitt has been con fined at methodist Hospital in Memphis. Attendants list his condition As appointment of a temporary judge was requested yesterday by chief Justice a. B. Neil. The court reconvenes Here monday and Clement said he planned to fill the Post declined to discuss who might be named. Prosperous Economy suffered a moderate contraction in the last half of 1953 mostly because business stocks had piled up too fast. Business reduced purchases for inventory. Production employment and income dipped slightly but the basis of eco nomic Maine High. The economic dip should come to a halt soon and the Economy should turn upward again. The president said enactment of his legislative program for tax reductions and revision bigger social Security and unemployment benefits and broader cover age stimulants to housing and other Steps Are immediately and reject unions Chattanooga the Nylon employees Council Corpora Tion will continue to represent More than employees at the e. I. Dupont Plant Here. A two Day election conducted by the National labor relations boar ended yesterday with the Independent Chattanooga coun cil receiving almost a 3-1 majority Over two other groups. The vote totals were Nylon Council Auto workers of 534, and textile workers of America Cio 374. Kingsport times Friday Jan. 29, 1954 3 court approves will Detroit f. Clarke s extraordinary will now has court approval. X so at a Date to be specified 51 friends will sit Down to dinner at a hotel and draw lots for his per Sonal effects. Clarke 79, a business executive died nov. 16, leaving a 000 estate. His will provided for the dinner and lot drawing. The will was admitted to probate thursday. By state Park Richmond a. Virginia Senate thursday gave unanimous approval to a Meas ure which would permit gov. Thomas b. Stanley to enter into a Kentucky in developing a by state Park at Breaks of the Cumberland in Southwest Virginia. St. Joseph aspirin Pennington Gap a. Visible to help business. The opa Board. Has been received Here that a former Lee county Wom an was killed and her husband Anderson was general chair in1ured monday night in an air Man of the Campaign to Piane crash Neal. St Louis. They Dettye Hall Braswell recent expansion daughter of or. And mrs. Marion Valley Community Hospital he Hau of and Clar served 15 years on the Board of ence Braswell son of or. And adm Louis Denfeld former directors and five years on the mrs Charles Braswell Norton. Executive Board of that ins Titu the ii ave a pin live chief of naval operations who was at the dinner said he knew at the time of his nothing of the destruction was serving As vice president records during the War. Hospital. _ do a Anc Ierson love acc ranking Democrat on the in d mrs m b Vaughan and eternal Security subcommittee s h Andersonjr said he had heard the charge but had not received any details. French continued from Page 1 however was that Molotov immediately took the floor and upset the Apple cart. Thereupon Bidault offered his Resolution calling for an end of hostilities and for condemnation of any encouragement or support of aggression. It presumably was aimed at putting new pressure on the communist world to end the War in indo China. The plan worked out by u. S. Secretary of state Dulles Brit ish foreign Secretary Eden and French foreign minister Bidault was designed to Block any de Bate on the new soviet proposal for a world disarmament con Ference including the chinese reds. Dulles the chairman for to Day s session of the big four foreign ministers conference planned to recognize Bidault As the first speaker. The French Diplomat s reported Mission was to take the Kickoff in trying to get the conference immediately Down to the German ques Tion. Eden would be Riet to speak. Diplomats said he had a detailed Guzenko continued from Page 1 the report in 1945. Guzenko also recalled that four soviet secret police ran sacked his apartment after he left the embassy in an Effort to recover the missing documents. He said he took Refuge in the Home of a neighbor and added that he had no doubt he would have been murdered if he had been caught. Guzenko reported that the soviet embassy gave some 000 to the communist party in Canada but said the embassy later issued a letter denying two found guilty 01 swindle scheme Jacksonville Fla. Ins John l. Cogdill and Hardy Joseph Owens stand convicted today of mail fraud and violations of the securities and Exchange act. The two men were found guilty by a Jacksonville jury that deliberated two and one half hours. A third Man on trial for the couple have been living at Moberly mo., where Braswell is employed by the International Harvester company. Mrs. Braswell 28, was born and reared in the Stickle Yville Community. She attended the Stickle Yville Grade school and j later Pennington High schol in Pennington Gap from which she graduated in the class of 1944. She and her husband were married in june 1952. A brother of the victim went to Missouri to accompany the body Home. He reported Early thursday that Braswell s Condi Tion is improved to some extent and he is Given a slight Chance of recovery. The body of mrs. Braswell will be brought Back to Virginia for burial. Further he said the govern ment stands ready to use immediately a formidable Arsenal of weapons to depression if the future brings need for emergency Steps. Rep. Bender another economic committee member said administration officials Are not complacent and they Are not army continued from Page 1 s25-a-week Auto parts Stock clerk who the army said in formed on prisoners who at tempted to escape or who re fused to accept pfc. William c. White 23, Plumerville who had been a High school student be fore enlisting. Two others were described As Liaison men Between the communists and the american Pris whistling in the dark. We it was not indicated generally in Good shape and we whether their Liaison duties in will continue to be in Good club decl informing. Matthews nominated As circuit judge Pulaski a. Jackson Montague Matthews 49, trial Justice of Grayson county was nominated thursday night to be judge of the 21st judicial Cir Cuit for an eight year term be ginning feb. 1. The nomination followed an hour and 15 minutes of tense balloting. He edged out common wealth s attorney Alton i. Crow besides the parents and Hus u f p j Fel on the third bal. Band mrs. Braswell is survived to f Jit drastic caucus by three Sisters four Brothers j Only one of the 21 had been drafted into John r. Dunn 25, of Baltimore. Only one pfc. Otho g. Bell Hillsboro miss., is known to be married. Another Cpl. Andrew Fortuna of Lincoln Park mich., is believed to have married a Japa Nese girl. And three half Brothers. The weather picture by the associated press Chicago Cloudy Cincinnati Cloudy Cleveland Cloudy Detroit Snow Escanaba Snow grand rapids Snow Indianapolis Cloudy Marquette. Snow Memphis Cloudy Milwaukee Cloudy Sault Ste. Marie Snow traverse City Snow Des Moines Clear Kansas City Clear St. Paul Clear Aura paper ready outlining How All-1 the Aue Geci swindle Cloudy Rifer wars Chris ill he i Perl Wiuff Usu Zuj German elections should be held. They said it would cover not Only safeguards of Freedom Dur ing the actual voting but also conditions which should prevail before during and after the balloting. Under conference regulations Molotov would have the right to take the floor directly after Eden finished. The big question today was whether he would join in the debate on Germany or try scheme was acquitted on a directed verdict by Federal judge George w. Whitehurst. John p. Booth Republican candidate for the Senate in 1952, was freed when Whitehurst ruled Omaha Clear St. Louis Clear Atlanta Cloudy Boston Clear Miami Clear new York Clear that the evidence was Insuf-jp01.t Worth rain Focient to sustain Booth s guilt. The Jurist deferred sentencing Owens who is presently serving a term at Raiford for embezzle ment and delayed for 30 Days sentencing Cogdill pending a hot flashes stopped or strikingly relieved in of cases in doctors Testi you May be suffering needlessly from hot flashes and irritable res Leea feelings of change of use 1 doctors tests Lydia e. Pinkham s vegetable compound and tablets brought relic from each functionally caused buffering in 63% and 80% respectively of the clues. Complete or striking Relief try atm pm Wing Ninkham both pin hmm s compound and lire modern in action but thou Anas of women changing to new improved tablets with to carry and take. And give truly wonderful Relief. Get bottle Loda. Get Relief from those distressing Ner out of Aorta feelings of change o splendid too for functional pain o monthly menstrual period Al ii aeta Tarot la a Perrou Lent to relieve do storm Toboh awful Kalwat White Floral co. Flowers All arrangements guaranteed we Are As near As tour Telephone dial go 5-5174 nights sundays dial Circle 6-6657 to drag the discussion Back to potion for a new trial. His proposal at the close of yesterday s session that the big four Call a disarmament con Ference of both United nations members and the non member other words bed China. Molotov earlier yesterday had appeared to Clear the Way for the discussion on Germany by agreeing to postpone until later secret sessions his original proposals that the chinese reds be invited to a big five conference on world problems. Dulles Eden and Bici Ault had rejected such a conference but finally said meetings with asian nations on strictly asian prob lems might be possible. Thus they were willing to talk further in go ing ahead in the main Confer ence sessions with the German and austrian questions which they insist Are the conference s main tasks. Then came Molotov s disarm Ament Man Euver. 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