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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - July 16, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeWest awaits red reply on big 4 meet i e. German. Reds purge Fechner allies propose German Unity Austria treaty rimless woman judge Berlin Germany s word of Fechner s axing came red government held its purged less than 12 hours after Moscow minister of Justice Max Fech announced that the Beria possibility of talks May defer action on european army treaty Bloodthirsty woman judge in his prime minister Otto Grote Ner on a death punishable i charge today and installed a Paris i West awaited today Moscow s reaction to an i invitation to participate in Ajaners last Nasht As foreign ministers conference of the Cabinet announced Fech an purge had knocked Oil one of his top lieutenants in the so Viet Republic of Georgia min ister of state Security Vladimir g. Dek Anosov. The broadcast said he had been expelled from the communist party. Presumably he also lost his government Job though this was not stated fall and observers Here said the it was the first shakeup in so specifically. Possibility of such a meeting Al Viet zone leadership announced the first blow in what a the beginning of East German most certainly would defer 1 since the French action on the army treaty. The United states great p Ain and France asked Russia to red recent East German. Geared and the Kremlin s Une to. I me i purge of soviet police Boss did not strike Cather of ran or d o 1__t________t i__t__3 to _ the two most hated communists Man Zaisser s fall has been predicted since the disgrace of Beria communism s top Man in that line. Instead the first a chopped Down Fechner 60, Bald heavy bowled a former toolmaker and a former socialist who espoused communism in 1946. Of All the top communist clique refugees say he was the Only one who Ever showed human sympathy and understanding toward the victims of the system he enforced. The 41-word communique announcing his ouster did not Dis close details of the accusations Hilde Benjamin vice in the regime Walter Ulbricht against him. Bic four conference to Dis-1 president of the East German Deputy Premier and party Sec his son and daughter in Law cent ration Camp. Though also a jew she and their son escaped their attentions. She started practising Law after the soviet occupation and was appointed to the zonal Justice department in 1947 As an assistant to Fechner. Together they set out to democratize Justice by suppress ing All when Fechner became minis Ter of Justice in 1949, she was raised to the supreme court. Her career reached a fearsome height in 1952 when for three months she presided at a series of show trials of alleged political and economic criminals. She condemned two to the Guillotine eight others to life cuts reunification of Germany i supreme court and a Long time a rotary general and state were seized. Anci s. Peace treaty for Austria. Communist was named to Suc purity minister Wilhelm Zais Fechner s successor imprisonment and handed out 50-year i sentences totalling 190 years to 17 the invitation was made in Fechner. Her Elevation . Old mrs. Benjamin has been a other accused. In Western courts notes handed soviet direct contradiction of the westerners have expected us fanatical communist since 1928.jtheir crimes at the most would know your teachers Kingsport times thursday july 16, 1953 21 Kingsport evening school gives certificates to 103 miss Ann of Lebanon Tenn., will be a new teacher in Kingsport Elemen tary schools this fall. Miss Thompson is a graduate of Middle Tennessee state col lege. Certificates for completing courses in the Kingsport evening school classes have just been awarded to 103 citizens of the Kingsport area by the Tennessee department of education Divi Sion of vocational education. Paul j. Moore Dobyns Bennett High school vocational education director announced these people earned the certificates Industrial Spanish ii instructor m. A. Urquiza Vir Ginia w. Davis Paul d. Hen Erickson Alvin f. J. Kiss c. W. D. E. Ser natives in the three new course recently Bricht to go Ever since the june capitals. Newspapers in Moscow today published without comment a. 200-word report on the results of the Washington conference of Western foreign ministers including 30 words on the four Power Parley proposals. The Western allies suggested that the conference be held around the end of september Ati a mutually suitable site. The meeting would be of limited duration and take up free All German elections the formation of an All German and a treaty to end the occupation of Austria. The notes recognized the fact that enduring peace can Only be ultimately assured when cer Tain Basic problems such As con trolled disarmament can be dealt r with but said the West desired to take up problems which Are capable of Early the conclusion of the Ger Man and austrian treaties which Are Long overdue clearly tubes an element of the euro Pean settlement which the West Ern Powers regard As a major i contribution to the notes said. It was emphasized that a Ger Man peace treaty could be Nego i tinted Only with the participial Tion of a free and represent live All German government in a position freely to discuss such a treaty and such a government can Only result from free elec the Western invitation specifically referred to the recent disturbances in Germany which they said have intensified the Universal desire to see peace More firmly established to existing tensions in a Way consistent with the right of trumpeted by the German reds 17 outbreak of rebellion. Police the nazis murdered her Hus have been classed As Mise band a jewish doctor in a con Manors. Unsupported charges Hurt u. S. Drive against reds Johnson says Washington up or. Robert l. Johnson retiring director of the u. S. Overseas in formation program author charged some persons in the it warned must begin with Content of a Book but cannot disregard the reputation or standing of the forefront of i communism specifically that the fight against Book burning will not be Toler with hurting the any books removed from american anti communist Campaign. Johnson who will leave the of under rules covering at the end of this month property of his health mentioned no names. The information service has a frequent target of sen. I Joseph r. Mccarthy and Johnson appeared to be aim ing at Mccarthy wednesday. Libraries will be treated As sur plus Federal property and Dis posed of under rules co such property. Sullivan students enrolled at it Heads labor Farmer i Washington attorney has been sworn in As a member of the National la Bor relations Board. Follow ing his inauguration Farmer was named As chairman of the group. Aba telephoto Knoxville spa these he said the state department students from Sullivan county will stand firm a behind enrolled for the first session july 8 policy announcement summer school at the univer which said communist works will sity of Tennessee Here be used in u. S. Overseas libraries Horace Alden Bryan Joe Paul i in cases. I Reedy Mary Earle Cunningham Johnson said in a statement Evelyn Good Toby l. Goodman that he has found great Richard Gray Emma to the United states programs in Maurine Hawkins David Saun attacks by unsupported charges Ders Haynes. Garnett Elmer Hel that they Are somehow soft on Oak Ridge workers Given 5-cent raise ton. James Harold lady Orville Gilbert Poore Bill Frank Rauh. I do not say that there is Eeugene Lafayette Roe Rupert Effort to kill or Smith dra r finl Enrri wholesale food Index in Rise of 18 per cent new York Dun Bradstreet wholesale food Price Index jumped 12 cents on july 13 to the highest level since oct. 16, 1951, the Agency Dis closed today. At the Index was up 1.8 per cent from the previous week s established 21 months ago. Of the 31 commodities used in compiling the Index 12 advanced 6 declined and 13 remained unchanged. The Index represents the sum total of the Price per Pound of these commonly used foods. Woman s Skeleton i found in Indiana Chestertown ind. Up police today pondered the mys Tery of a Young woman who sat Down in a secluded spot with a volume of sonnets and died there. The woman s Skeleton along civil air patrol to meet tonight Kingsport s newly activated civil air patrol unit will meet at the Volunteer Reserve train ing Squadron Headquarters 214 Cumberland st., thursday night Steve Batchelder Squadron com Mander announced the regular meeting which will include processing of applicants for the Squadron will Ham Haren e. D. Hendricks Glynn Biggins Robert Horton j. W. Housewright. Guy Lane j. B. Lavinder con Ley Lawson Ralph Masoner Jsck Nichols Charles Parks Sam Pearson James in Pullen Paul Rutledge t Skelton Sam Smith go tinge Swift e. I. Tipton Jess Walker Roy Whitson Leonard Wilkerson Roy Zimmerman. Loom fixing instructor Henry l. Bartley Worley f. Crook Charles s. Dick Enson John c. Frost Wayne j. Nave a. M. Northrop _. _. Northrop m. E. Phlegar Robert Grayson Grant b. Lawson jr., j. Scoggin Joseph w. Selby b. Lawson sr., Lee r. W. Urquiza. I Smawley James m. L. Willis. Technical Industrial German general sew pm instructor James Poe mar Garet r. Hensley c. W. Hequembourg jr., John e. Kiefer fran instructor mrs. D. A. Mullins Daisy Ball Ruby Bellamy Phyllis Bishop Selda Collier Betty Cox Cis e. Lynam James c. Mary Ann Fullen Nora Gillespie Martin j. Mettetal John Hager Arbuta Harvey Thompson Thomas j. Thomp Joan Hunt Cora Lauderback son George p. Touey. Practical operator s arithmetic instructor Earl m. Olson chairman l. R. Ahern jr., Wil Liam Aspy Harry l. Erwin Ray mond f. Hunt Clyde Anderson Roy Anderson Lester Bales Clif Ford Ball Beryl Bledsoe Emmet Bowen Forrest Bright Audley Byrd. Clyde Carico Claude Carson Fred Cavendish Floyd Chase John Clark Harvey Collins Ken be win session from . Lee Cooter Kenneth Cox . Indoctrination and refresher lectures and a movie will make up the program. Cap is an auxiliary of the u. S. Air Force and is coordinated with the civilian defense organization. Primary purpose of Cap is to continue vital serv ices and communications in event of an enemy attack. Columbus Ohio bus Drivers quit Carl Davidson Herbert Dodson Charles English h. J. Farmer 5dgar Fletcher John Ford Paul Henry Gilliam James Hammonds Robert Haren Wil-1 unit has been installed. Columbus Ohio bus Drivers today struck the Colum bus transit co., leaving this capital City of without its main Means of transportation. The Cio workers walked off their jobs when the City govern ment and the company failed to agree on a new fare increase. The City voted the company a with numerous religious medals 1-cent increase to 11 cents but deliberate Effort to kill or cripple Mcadoo Smith. Ora and a copy of sonnets from the the company held out for a these anti communist programs jr., mrs. Jane w. Stringham by Elizabeth Barrett i Cost of service franchise. Through the simple device of Ibert Torbett. Browning was found in heavy making such Johnson Sammie Rufus Bailey Carleton Brush near the Border of dunes said. Bates Davis. Lona g. Dingus Park a desolate but Lovely i merely Point out that it is Seph f. Elliott William Charle series of Sand formations. One of the tragic ironies of our w. Ellis George Kelly Ford mar i Bulldozer operator James pal Oak Ridge Tenn. J time that some of those who Are Vin keys Goodman Jean Frances Mer found the body while Clear fundamental. Workers at the k-25 gaseous in the forefront of the fight Graves. Paul Irving Greene ing Brush for a construction of diffusion Plant Here members of against communism Are among Ralph veral Hall. Nancy Marilyn a Home about 200 Yards from a corporations gain 11 per cent prof it Over previous year the clo United Gas and Coke those who Are damaging the a Hardin Evelyn Fain Hicks Karl county Road. Chemical workers Union re Tion programs that do Battle Sidney Ketron James Donald the body found reclining in Cei Ved a five cent across Board pay raise wednesday. King Paul g. Kiser Earl Eugene Der an Oak tree had evidently a new directive covering , e. Charles Lane there about 16 to 18 months. The raise was agreed upon of books for overseas h. Mckarem Harlie Gerald Par it was Clad in a cloth coat Blue libraries was released wednesday due Edward c. Parker James jeans White Blouse and Brown the Drivers were making an average of s1.75 an hour. But Lovi cents of this was recently granted on the condition the City would approve the com Pany s fare plan by today. Tower collapses new York 212-foot steel radio relay Tower erected on pilings in the East River toppled onto the Queens Shore last night and crashed within eight feet of a playground where Keller 200 children were frolicking. Washington these purities and Exchange commis Sion wednesday reported an 11 per cent gain Over last year in the profits of manufacturing corporations after allowing for taxes. Profits before taxes were -10 per cent ahead of the year ago figure and 14 per cent above the rate for the final Quarter of 1952. The earnings totalled before taxes and after taxes. The latter figure was below the late-1952 Peak but the rec Ord was sufficiently Good to cheer the Treasury which is counting on improved Industry earnings this year to bolster tax collections. Meantime the Commerce apartment reported that Cash dividends paid out by corporations issuing Public reports to tales in the first half of 1953, a 4 per cent improvement Over payments in first half 1952. Of the 23 manufacturing industries covered by the profits report 20 showed increases in profits before taxes the last Quarter of 1952 and first Quarter of 1953. Three showed de tobacco and apparel. After taxes however 14 industries showed decreases. Six industries had furniture and fixtures printing and publishing chemicals none electrical machinery and mis Cellaneous manufacturing. Three showed no paper and Allied products Petroleum and Coal products and the primary non ferrous metals. Chivalry is dead Yakima Wash. Up mrs. Margaret Griham reported to Day that the age of chivalry is unquestionably dead. After her car ran off into a ditch tuesday night a Man in a passing car stopped and asked if she were Hurt. She said she was not. The Man drove off. A few minutes later another car stopped and a Man got out. He asked mrs. Graham if she were Hurt and she said she was not. He pushed her Back into the ditch took her purse con Taining and drove away. A new contract last May. The Al atomic trades said the Basic test on use of Oscar Powers Hazel t. Price. And White shoes. Labor Council is still negotiating books is the usefulness of a Stokely Orville Price Carson i detective sgt. Arthur for an agreement with in meeting the particular Enoch Rimer David Rothe shoe i said there was no indication of five autos or walk Carbide corp. For maintenance sized needs of the program in the maker. Homer Kyle Smith play and that there washing injured none workers at y-12 in the Oak Ridge i area in Ann Steadman George h. Vick Little Hope of identifying the seriously. Cause of the collapse National Laboratory. It said appraisal of usefulness ers Ann Morris Wright. was not determined. They re extra tender w Light. Fried just right in Ruffe hash Patts want a simple tarty supper that s ready without Burr or flurry Juat Fry corned beef hash patties Crisp and Light in digest Ible Fluffy and serve with Golden Ringi of tender tasty Fried pineapple. My Mem delicious cop. Lew it Seppli Rian of cow imm for e hew for ceding All Lead shape huh into Flat patties. Dredge in floor. Melt 3 to 4 Tablespoons of flu to in an 8" or v frying pan. Fry patties until Brown on both Metal. Remove from pan. Then lightly Fry Pine Apple rings until a delicate Brown. Pure vegetable Fluitt keeps fresh of flout r Best buy when you Bate or Fry Virginia Lester Margaret math Erly Oleta Pierce Betty Setzer Wanda Snodgrass Lavina Willis. Tailoring children s garments instructor mrs. Howard Hale Mes Mabel b. Bailey Rosalie Dean Ada Hardner Margaret Jones Clara loss k. Morrell Ernestine Poole Sybil w. Riley to Royston Marian Strickland Jacqueline Traci Cut. Court cools off Albany n. Y. Ers found it less unpleasant to Day to appear in Albany s police court. A new air conditioning wholesome nonfat milk with delicious fresh milk flavor non fat d by milk a big Glass Ful goes Down in a hurry i children love that fresh milk flavor. Gives them All of milk s Bone and muscle building nourishment too and costs Only about a quart. My easy huxim6 because it s Low heat mixes fast with water right out of the cold water faucet. Can t lift won t Lump Callej or Harden. In two sizes at your grocer s

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