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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - July 7, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeTo Stutt photo checks Carson Webb of the Tennessee Highway patrol checks the Driver reactions of miss Shirley Doty on the Driver meter which has been on display at the civic auditorium Here plus month. Mccorthy backs away from encounter spy Agency re James Mahlow i tried to hold Public hearings on me a the Cia which he has charged Carthy with time for meditation was infiltrated with comm on his 18-Day vacation seems to lists the president is almost have decided to Back away from certain to have refused to Lei he Central intelligence Cia employees testify the american superspy Agency. A Public explore anon Inlo Cia he knows bed have to Knock _ Heads with president Eisenhower be More than the rus a contest in which he might had and Risnel to Tor win and for which he May operations Are so secret feel himself ready yet. The Money it Geis is concealed. Besides coming on the eve of even from a bul a handful of the congressional elections members of Congress who november a fight Between my have to Carthy and the White House Mccarthy never a Man to use could hardly do the republicans j up All his Energy on one fight any Good. Jat a Limp said during the hear if the Wisconsin senator had Ings on his dispute with army Sullivan county election Board lists candidates Here is the Complete list of candidates for school Board magistrate and Constable As re leased wednesday by the Sulli Van county election commis Sion Schog aboard 16th 3rd 1st District Mack Carrier Ert p. Mcamis 9th 20th Mitchell f. Carr 10th c. Carico. E. Leroy Doty Poore 15th Walter f. Moody. J. B. Dickey d. Bachman m. Nat Barnes. Magistrates h. Boughers Tandy Silcox Earl Beidleman George k. Mortrell car Rier Joe s. Carmack j. E. Osborne. Carl Wilson Miller j. R. Crumley Jessie h. Turner King h. A Rutherford Cross Vernon Rowland Earl l. Glover c. J. Long James Elsea Jeff Mays w. A. Rogers. N. Morton Aldridge ices going or for strategic re serves. The Navy traditionally a care Ful storekeeper was designated Woods John Wolford tin to coordinate the disposal of excess for All services. Materiel declared excess is offered first to the other services next to the civilian agencies their to charitable and educational institutions and finally for Public Sale Owen Jones Floyd l. Broyles p. W. Jack Isley a. S. Jack son d. Crussell t. Brad Smith s. M. Feathers Earl Trivett Charlie Houston f. Lambert Mack l. Hicks. M. Brown Alonzo Tol liver Herman Mills Kemper h. Breeding Robert e. Johnson Henry d. Miller Noah c. Kelson. C. Castle Kelly Estep a. Bill Bolton John my sold for whatever it will i Arris James f. Long or. C. V. Drug. J Bellamy j. W. Kerns Harvey during the first three months j Everhart w. A Owens Claude of 19o4, million Worth Ojo. Mcpherson Many thousands of different p. Gott. Starling items were declared excess. Out Lawson Hansel w. Cleek How 7v the great bulk of it is useless to the other agencies and is be of that Only million Worth Ard Moore Zimmer was claimed by other agencies Man Perry Slaughter d. S. Sam million Worth Given pie. Public organizations. Some of the stuff is still being processed but million Worth been sold Ernest White i e. More Jock John Middleton Ches Ter Hall Hubert l. Riggs Alvin Watson Bill Fleenor har bringing to the u. S. Treasury i old Glover a b. Webb. For Sale slightly used Navy storekeeper John 1voods lines up a display of samples of deep sea diving equip ment the Navy s putting on Sale in drive to clean out useless stores. Pentagon gets rid of junk in operation clean sweep million in Cash. And the sex perk consider this a pretty Good return. The biggest saving is on Ware House and Yard space. E. Trainham e. D. Mahaffey. Paul Harr j. D. Baumgardner. Charles e. Eyler jr., Wilfred Gillenwater d. J. I Gus Forbes Frank h. Sanders Ben f. Mills Powell Hawk. Rouse Lacy w Roberts e. Allison w p. Geisler h. C. Rutledge d. T. O Dell d. Tho Mas j. E. Flick Warren Fleenor. Constables Worrell Johnson Ernest Peg Carrier e. Jenkins Raymond h. Watkins. A. W. Howell Whiteman. R. B. Milhorn j. V. Davidson John Crussell. D. Hicks. Houston Dishner Bob Cole r. W. Carter Harr r. Ver Lin Overbay. Morrell 9th Charles Barr Alex Hyatt Howard t. Hensley. D. Parker Elmer e. Franklin e. Tip Church John Cox. S. Boyd a. V. Buck Slaughter Hoy Sells Andy Phil lips j. F. Crawford sr., Jack Jones. 14th William Ford Perry Douglas Bragg 10th Glover Bruce Boling. Boyd Carl Trinkle George Houston 18th vacant Garland. 20lh o. W. Burdine l. Jones Jet plane crashes in pkg four killed Kansas City Kas. Four persons including the reported killed today when a Jet plane crashed near downtown Kansas City. The f-84-f, recently built by general motors was one of the fastest jets made for the air Force. It was in a flight of five planes that took off this morn ing from Fairfax Airport near Kansas City for an unannounced destination. Identity of the Pilot said to have been an air Force lieutenant was withheld Pend ing notification of relatives. The plane took the top off one building wrecked another and set two others fifire. By Douglas Larsen Washington Aba the most Gigantic Spring cleaning in history is under Way. Inspired by Secretary of sense Charles Wilson the project is called operation clean its goal to Clear out an Esti mated billion Worth of obsolete equipment and just Plain junk from hundreds of military warehouses and depots around country. One of the most a Businesslike procedures in the defense establishment the former head of general motors discovered when he become Boss of the Pentagon was the habit of commanders to accumulate big stocks of just about everything they could Lay their hands on from paper clips to Anchor chains. To his further amazement discovered that Only the Navy had a vague idea of what it had stashed away in warehouses and. Trusting in junk Yards. Neither the army nor air Force could come up with even an educated guess on its excess stuff. A preliminary study inspired by Wilson showed that the Quan Tity of surplus was fantastic that millions of dollars were being wasted in storage space and worst of All the junk was piling up at an uncontrolled rate. Wilson ordered a rigid accounting system and inventory control. And he started clean sweep to Clear everything thai was t needed to keep the serv mighty features at world news and sports tonight thursday John Wayne in in technicolor 2 color cartoons Homeland s buyers just returned from Chicago s furniture Market All lamps must go to Moke room for the Chicago Purchase now you can buy to lamps Wall lamps table lamps Bridge lamps floor lamps at All lamps greatly reduced Homeland the Home of Good lamps that communists had j crawled into the Cia. It was t the first time he mentioned something like that. In fact he said his staff had been investigating Cia since last october. Cia director Allen Dulles called Mccarthy s charge false and said he had asked me Carthy last october for any in formation he had on Cia but never got an answer. On july 4, Independence Day former president Hoover announced he had named retired Igen. Mark Clark to head a task i Force to Structure and administration. Hoover Heads a commission which Eisenhower appointed months ago to study government operations in general. Its Pri Mary Job is to suggest ways to1 improve efficiency and Cut costs.1 of the Way the com i Mission does its few Public hearings Clark s Job would be carried out quietly. It is possible the administration thought it could head off Mccarthy by having Hoover s commission examine Cia if not for communists at least for efficiency Clark asked about this said he saw no shortly after Mccarthy re turned to the capital yesterday he talked on to and to reporters about the Cia. It was a very careful piece of talking. He said he would turn Over to the Hoover commission the in formation on which he based his charge of communist infiltration of Cia. This might seem to indicate he was going 10 let the Hoover commission handle the Cia by itself. But Mccarthy did t say in flatly. This gives him room Lor Man Euver in Case he wants to Man Euver. The Cia is so secret it s impossible to guess All it s up to. But it s probably trying to cause All the trouble it can for the communists overseas. The Public May never know whether it had a hand in the riots of the East germans against the communist masters last summer or in the recent revolt of Guate malans against their red tinged government. It May be

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