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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - July 7, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeDeathless Days City county 16 mind your motor manners prevents accidents. Kingsport times vol. Al no. 134 Kingsport Tenn., wednesday july 7, 1954 20 pages five cents the Wear Fer partly Cloudy tonight with Low in upper 60s. Thursday in creasing cloudiness and hot with scattered afternoon and evening Thurine showers. Tuesday s High 87 last night s Low 57 noon Reading s3. New do coach Alex Williams a native of Etowah Tenn., today became football coach at Dobyns Bennett High school the Kingsport Ecru Board announced. For full details see Page 15. Traffic changes sought in City Ike opposes Small girl is found slain Miami. Fla. Roberts 7-year-old daughter of a Baltimore attorney was kid napped from the Home of her grandparents today and brutally murdered. Police found the nude and savagely battered body of the Little girl in a wooded area just off fashionable Bayshore drive1 on the Shore of Biscayne Bay. Or. Ben Sheppard medical sex simmer for the sheriff s said the child had been raped. She had been reported missing j some five hours before by her Mother mrs. Shirley Moonshine Case is heard in criminal court by Paul Williams Blountville e both the Roberts. State and defense had presented she disappeared from the Home testimony by 11. . Wednesday of mrs. Roberts parents or. And in criminal court Here in the mrs. Harry Rosenberg. The child s absence was Dis ease of Claude Dykes 22. Long Island charged with possessing covered at ., when mrs. Moonshine whisky. Rosenberg was awakened by the Deputy sheriff g. D. Lane sound of a car roaring away j testified he and several other from her Home. Police on a Rou. Deputies searched the defend Tine patrol found the car at Home on May 12. He said am i they found several empty jars a score of officers fanned out with a whisky odor and one with from the abandoned car and one about a half Inch of whisky in of them found Judith under the House and two Rulif body at In a clump of Gallons and one pint in the Bushes a Block from where on an adjoining lot. On the Back door Oul the head apparently with a heavy a distance he estimated at 60 feet. The defendant and his wife by Bill Barrett two groups of Watauga Street i improve traffic safety. Instrument. Her body was caked with blood and dirt indicating she had put up a fight for her Lite. J both testified they had been Liv a piece of Gauze was about a month about her Throat and police said the bottles were on the property lit appeared the material they moved in. And been used to strangle her. 1 path irom the Back door led to homicide detectives i. J. Whit june toilet. J Man and Charles Sapp said there j the defense attorney in his the traffic now on Watauga was no indication that an at argument said the deputies Alt a staff photo preparing to w. J. Kibbler and mrs. Cecil Arnold Are shown Register ing citizens to vote in the August 5 county Gen eral election. Registering from left to right Are Gene Bowers Douglas Lee Peggy Mck Enzie Dorothy o Donnell Shirley Doty and j. D. Jesse. Residents appeared before the Board of mayor and aldermen tuesday night and started a Dis Cussion that May result in wide spread changes in traffic regulations throughout the entire City. Near the close of a four hour session that also covered a wide variety of other business the Board agreed tentatively 1. To consider engaging a firm of traffic experts to make a Complete Survey of Kingsport traffic conditions. 2. To consider an ordinance prohibiting commercial trucks irom using residential streets except when they have deliveries to make to Homes on those streets. Trucks would be required to travel Over regular Highway routes business streets and designated truck routes. 3. To consider widening some existing residential streets or designate some of them one Way streets. Final decisions would de Pend on the recommendations of the traffic experts making the Survey. I 4. To install immediately larger top signs visible at night at the intersection of Watauga and Lamont streets. J one of the delegations with w. Wallace Hufford or. J215 Watauga Street As its principal spokesman complained to the Board that too much of what normally should be East Center Street traffic detours by Way of Watauga Street to save time and that there is too much speeding on the Street. Had been he pointed out that the por Tion of Watauga East of Harris Avenue has never been officially dedicated As a Street. It has be come a Public thoroughfare Only because of continued usage he said. An Effort was made several years ago to obtain sufficient rights of Way to pave the Street but it would have required Tak ing portions from the front of residential lots facing on Watauga and the Back of lots facing on East Center then the Bristol Highway i. Mayor Wimberly said he favored paving the Street if not for the full 60-foot, right of Way originally planned then for 40 tempt had been made to collect 1 ways follow a path and it Al Ransom. Mrs. Roberts said leads to the liquor. But in and her husband James were this Case it leads to the Walkey Quillen enter race for state posts in moderate circumstances and not a Likely kidnapping. Mrs. Roberts said her husband following the charge by judge was Defeated recently in a Cam a Ransom i Thot Naa h Rogan the Case went to the jury. Cecil Hartgrove 30-year-old pain for a seat in the Maryland i Manne Veteran with tuber culo Mise of Noie Rathi rep said she Sis received a sentence of one House of delegates. She said she had considered but discarded the thought that the crime might have been committed by a political enemy. The Federal Bureau of investigation had ordered a statewide year and a Day earlier on a charge of receiving stolen prop erty. The defendant whose Home is Kingsport and who is the father of three children pleaded guilty search for the kidnapper before i by agreement. The jury followed the body was found. Roberts was not at Home when the state s recommendation in the minimum sentence Facin the child s disappearance was and providing that Hartgrove discovered. The family came to. Can serve his time in a Veteran s feet or possibly even less Width i Miami after his defeat in the Hospital As Long he undergoes he was informed the City in Maryland democratic primary treatment Gine ering department has maps prepared for 50 and 40-foot routes. It was decided to study the maps at a special meeting and attempt to reach a decision by the next regular Board meet ing july 20. Road bids sought for Sullivan county sealed bids will be received july 30 until 10 By the state department of highways and Public works on three Sullivan county projects. They Are. Surfacing with bituminous materials of 3.941 the situation has become worse since. One outgrowth of the pre to Highway Vious complaint was the installation of a double traffic Light at 81 at Sullivan gardens. Surfacing with bituminous materials of route 35go Rock beginning at Highway 81 at Sullivan gardens with East Ravine Street Andi. Mes 36. And w s Westeri that Center Street t Benn incr lights be synchronized so june they Kingsport City detective j. M. Said Hartgrove admitted the had disposed of two stolen i fans Given to him by another had been in the habit of ing her parents in Miami every Texas Pilot wins asleep police said. Childress pleaded guilty to Knoxville _ went Man. The valued at a t into Rosenbergs bedroom stole each had been stolen in a the keys to his car from the break in at Jinhu pocket of his trousers then took the child from the studio Couch _. In the living room where she was jury fixed the minimum Fine Panui Fjor Why of for Donald Childress a Uruci r Ull a Cluj Kingsport Lor possessing whisky. Anti red mayor seeks volunteers Hanoi anti communist mayor of Hanoi called today for civilian volunteers in a self defense corps As three vie Minh divisions encircled the shrinking French positions in the red River Delta. One division of the red led rebels already has begun infiltration of the Franco Viet namese positions around Hanoi James e. Quillen and David j Walkey both o Kingsport qualified with the Sullivan county Republican primary Board tues i Day As candidates for the ten Nessee general Assembly. Quillen was qualified As a candidate for Flot Erial represent alive from Hawkins and Sullivan counties. Walkey was qualified As a candidate for direct representative from Sullivan county. Both men Are War veterans. Quillen served with the Navy during world War ii and Walkey saw action with the ground forces in that War and also in the korean Campaign. No one qualified As a Candi Date for the state Senate according to Scott roller primary Board member. Others who Are qualified for the August 5 Republican Pri Mary Are for United states senator Ray Jenkins. For congressman Hassel Evans Carroll Reece or. A. E. Miller Walter b. Garland Frank w. Hawkins George r. Shepherd. For state Republican exec House James Quillen d mrs. Committee a. The judges announced the isms Anderson Hazel Sproles ii ale mrs. George f. Dugger possessing 12 quarts of wine and or Furman of j6pa is i Holder or a e Millet John p i pints of whisky in his car inf powder i Davis Roy Campbell Martha when arrested. He said he taking it Home and three deputies testified he did not have we the reputation of being a Boot Legger. Register at auditorium Winner today after working most. Henry of the night figuring handicaps mrs by on the time of 27 women who completed the flight yesterday i Weber City meeting from Long Beach calif., to and the port City of Haiphong. News sunday. Weber City a. This town s first official Council meet ing will be held at 7 0 to night in the american legion building to hear the views of its instead of at City Hall As was tween Check Points along the citizens on the new town s and erroneously listed in the times route and on handicaps mayor Carter Tiller Knoxville. Deadline on comple Tion of the flight which started registration of voters for the j on saturday was yesterday. August primary is being con a the Winner was computed on ducted at the civic basis of elapsed time be Ion the planes. I announced. _ Litu , less temptation to Detour by in o the can Sci Iiams. St of Blount Kingsport will he the unload g Point for the first two pro Ford town. For the third. Working Days will be fio for the first two projects and 125 for the Cio workers producing u-235 Gak Ridge Paducah strike at u. 5. Would use veto Oncina Knowland Washington ins sen r president cites concern about Oak Ridge strike Washington Eisenhower said today he is completely and unalterably opposed to letting red China into the United nations under pres ent conditions. But he said he is not ready to say this country should withdraw from the u. N. If the reds Are admitted. Eisenhower thus took Issue by implication with Republican Senate Leader know land of Cali fornia and some other lawmakers who Are urging United states withdrawal from the u. N if the piping government is admitted Over american protests. At a news conference the pres ident also said a strike at the Oak Ridge Tenn., and Paducah ky., atomic plants would be a serious thing and would put the United states in a most embarrassing and difficult position. He said however he has great Hope the strikers will go Back to work As a result of his action last night setting up an emergency fact finding Board. Cio workers at the two plants struck a few hours before the president s news conference ignoring the possibility of a Taft Hartley Law injunction. On another subject Eisenhower said prospects now Are Rosy that Congress will enact a legislative record based on his proposals of which any administration could be proud. The president said he will be proud to go before the country and Praise what Congress has done at this session if the record proves to be As Good As he expects. Eisenhower described himself As delighted with the House s adoption of the flexible Price support principle in the farm Bill. He said that although the Bill was t exactly what he recommended he regards its passage As a great and sweeping Victory. The Bill provides a flexible scale of Price supports for Basic crops ranging from to 90 per cent of parity replacing the rigid 90 per cent supports of the present Law. Eisenhower Origi Nally had asked for a flexible sys tem ranging from 75 to 90 per cent of parity a Price calculated by the government As fair to the Farmer in relation to the prices of goods he buys. In response to a question Eisenhower voiced Complete Confidence in the integrity loyalty and efficiency of Allen Dulles head of the Central intelligence Agency and said the Agency is under constant examination by the executive Branch to see it does its work with honesty and decency. Sen. Mccarthy a wis has said the Cia is dangerously infiltrated with communists and has been under preliminary investigation by the Mccarthy in ate gop Leader William f. Subcommittee. Knowland predicted today that the United states will do every thing it possible use of the veto to keep red China out of the United nations. The California Republican made his statement after con Ferring with president Eisen Hower on the China Issue late yesterday. Knowland told newsmen Mccarthy last night said he Lias offered to turn Over his in formation to a subcommittee of the Hoover commission now studying reorganization of the executive department of govern ment. Dulles has denied any communist infiltration of the Agency. Eisenhower made his com ment about the Cia and Dulles when a reporter said one Capitol Hill View is that Cia May have infiltrated by communists a Laid before or. Eisenhower the j and asked for the president s record of past resolutions adopt-1ideas on tna1 de by the body strongly on record against Clark Nead of the Hoover recognition of red China and against its admission to the in. Knowland had asked for the conference presumably to fortify his own stand and give the the belief commission Force which will study the Cia. Eisenhower began his meet ing with newsmen by thanking the newspaper radio and Tele vision industries for. Cooperating Tion of Center Street traffic Lichts already has been consid ered but the running to Between and prohibitive at present. A recent radar count of Watauga Street traffic was introduced for the record. It showed 30-some-Odd speeders Oul of 953 county gets lease from Tva for Park Blountville Sullivan Oak Ridge Tenn. Plex officials have said it Cio workers who help produce might take a year to get the the nation s entire Supply of fissionable uranium-235 for atomic weapons struck today plants in operation again once stopped. President Eisenhower issued affected production. The pickets caused traffic jams on highways leading to the six Gates to the plants for a 15-Ecnl hourly pay raise. The demand was scaled Down from 21 cents after Union members rejected a 6-cent at plants Here and in Padu an order yesterday for a fact vehicles travelling past the radar county has obtained a 19-year Point july 5. Lease from the Tennessee Val City manager d. W. Moulton Ley authority on 91 acres of land said the radar equipment was set up unmanned to learn How much speeding goes on when police Are not around and that no arrests were made. The other delegation headed by George d. Wade. 1608 Watauga Street was interested in hosing the Eastern end of Watauga Street Between Harris Ity on on South Holston Lake for development and As a Public Park a Tva spokesman announced tuesday. The area has been used for picnicking and camping since can by. Ignoring the possibility of a Taft Hartley Law injunction the Cio chemical workers Union posted pickets at 5 ., est three hours before the appointed hour of the strike. Some production and maintenance workers Are affected. Finding Board to investigate the wage dispute. But Union officials said they would ignore the president s action. The struck plants costing hundreds of millions of dollars produce u-235 by the gaseous diffusion method. Area. Police said car were raise recommended by a presi backed up hundreds of Yards dental panel. A Cio official said the strike another workers rep appeared to be 100 per cent effective so far As the Plant Here was concerned. But there were resented by the rival Al atomic trades and labor Council also rejected the Preiti mation supporting his position. In to reduce High Way fatalities Over the july 4th he said in an interview Thal hoi Day he has in reservation in be Lieving that this government will do everything it con Vurr for Crri use the veto if keep Jylli i Xii i i leu red China from being admitted to the United i the Senate floor Leader declined to say whether president Eisenhower or Secretary of state i Oklahoma City Foster Dulles with s. Kerr a okla today into Runoff test reports that some workmen at dental panel s 6-cent recon the struck Plant reported for work. We will make no attempt to the strike is the first in the keep construction and other theorized a strike Call but Jess nation s history by workmen workers from their a Haman president of the coun mentation after parallel negotiations for a 19-cent raise. Members of both unions a Carbide and Carbon Chemi who help produce u-235. A Cio spokesman said. We plan cil said the Al workers would cals co., which operates the rival Al Union which bar to maintain an orderly picket stay on the Job. Plants for atomic Energy commission ordered in super gains for employees at two line and we expect no other atomic plants Here the Lake was impounded in 1950.1 visor personnel to keep the struck two Days last july to the court Lias appropriated for initial development of tie area which the county plans Avenue mid Center Street to equip Wilh Plank utilities Hufford also favored this pro Field Grimes and children s Piny in sol. Which he estimated would areas a boat Landing and hiking eliminate about six per Cut or Anil camping facilities. Q plants in production. Police said construction and other workers passed through the picket lines into the plants area without incident. The chemical for Mark the first walkout by pro workers at any atomic Plant. There have been Nimr Nitis strikes by construction work ers Here and no other atomic an official of Carbide car Bon chemicals co., which operates the plants for the atomic Energy , said grimly last night or to Goi it to Mil tilt plants strike or no the was ordered in production of u-235 is so com Fista libations but none of these support of the Union s demand period. President Eisenhower s order that a fact finding Board be set. Up is the first step toward invoking the Taft Hartley s injunction provision. Tho Board would report in 15 Renys. Lifter which the presi Dent could seek an injunction fur an 80-Day Cooling off he also conferred yesterday were leaning toward his Posi Tion favouring u. 5. Withdrawal from the in if the communists gain membership. Knowland served notice last week he will resign As majority Leader and work for withdrawal of this government from the in if the red regime is admitted. Was forced into a Runoff election against former gov. Roy j. Tur Ner in Oklahoma s bitter Pri Mary election for the u. S. Sen ate despite a Lead that held solid throughout counting of nearly All the ballots. State sen. Raymond Gary a Dill and William o. Coe okla homa City attorney landed in the july 27 runoffs for the dem the gop Leader yesterday socratic governor s race leaving asked state department counsel the other candidates far behind. Herman Phleger to furnish con Leary held a Small Lead through Gress wit i a report on the tabulations in yesterday s problems involved in american primary. Withdrawal from the world peace organization if the ques Tion should arise. Returns from of the state s precincts gave Kerr votes and Turner

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