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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - July 28, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeClement asks Ike to review trial of Tenn. Soldier by the associated press gov. Frank ii ii Ieni sen a Telegram today to president Eisenhower and Secretary of de sense Charles e. Wino i request ing a Complete review of the military trial of Airmar. 1-c Thomas l. Kid i of Cleveland. Tenn Kinder. To. Was Ron Vic Terri of killing a korean civilian and was sentenced july 17 to life imprisonment. Clement also offered what he railed Compeer defense coun Sel for Kinder assuring the president the counsel would go to Korea necessary in behalf of tie Young airman. P or. Lyle r. Smith Congress Tonkin up from pack 1 have been Wilder and sen. Of Carran id Nevi. of rhe comprehensive Immi Srann Bill passed Las year Over sex president Truman s veto. The Post office commit tee today shelved indefinitely the administration s must Bill for increased postal rates. The commit tee Alec Siop. To no further consider lion to the Bill at this session was taker in the Light of Strong opposition. To the measure and the for adjournment this week end. Chairman Rees in Kan the announced of the Senate net to Becin hearings or the postal Rale Bill combined i h the Early and late sessions of the House for the of the week makes ii impracticable to continue work on the Bill at this res has been under Strong pressure tour a out before adj in ramen the pos office has been running More Han 5uo million dollars a year in the red. And Tho Eisenhower admin Isi ration wings a a Miera in to wipe out some of this it n rest class i Parr three to four cents. Rees said of the measure will ii resumed if this session extend. Beyond this work or it the of the next Oss seen of regular r qui Cri o in Mir current fiscal in in the Chin Ria Henrry. But their the Werk pm seems assurer unforeseen Dis agreement or. Smith opens office in City or. Lyle r. Smith general practitioner has recently moved of Kingsport and has opened his practice at 103 w Center St. On a second floor o r the Freels building. A former resident of pleasant Hill. Tenn. Or. Smith received his b s degree from Beloit col lege in Beloit wis., and his m d. Degree from Cornell University medical school in new York City. He received his internship and strato Jersets Atlantic record Fairford air base. Eng land american b-47 Strat Jet bomber flashed across the Atlantic today in the record shattering time of 4 hours and 45 minutes. I the sleek swept Wing 6-jct i atom bomber called the world s i fastest who shed from Lime Stone. Maine air base to fair distance of 3.120 Miles i an average Speed of about Miles an hour. The flight clipped 37 minutes off the previous record of 5 hours 22 minutes set last june 6 by another b-47. Today s record breaker commanded by it. Col. James m. Smith 36, of Austin. Tex., left Limestone at a. M., est and landed at fail Ford in Cen trial England at a. M., est. I other members of the Crew were it. Col. Donald h. . 33. Of ail Bora. Pa., the Pilot maj Albert e. . 33. Of Pontiac. Mich., the observer. Deoh Nof ices music scholarship mrs. Otelia Mann Audi tons sidled his other shoe d f. Rode big Stone Gap or Smith is now a member of the staff Al Holston Valley Community Hospital. Or. Smith and his wife Are re siding at 1665 Pineola ave. Wat aft in Luiu continued from Page 1 thai period. Hershey said the armed forces have been drawing for three years on a Pool of men accumulated Between world War ii and the korean War. He said Tiit Reserve will be gone next year. The new of 16 months in Korea will Send the rear area Soldier Home sooner but the sol Dier who would have been a the front lines will have to stay in Korea longer. Before a Soldier who spent ail of his service Al the front could go Home in nine months or after he Hac 36 Points. But most units spen at least part of their time behind the lines so there were Only a handful of soldiers who went Home before serving 11 or 12 months in Korea army forces far East head quarters said the new policy would not affect personnel who would be ready for rotation under the Point system before oct. Ike s son warns Tough Job ahead Centra i. Front. Korea Mai son of the Fres Rient. Said today. We Are All Ciari the shoo inc s Vrr it the of Acac is even Toish i we the Date the shooting he i was my . Anniversary in Korea. I came Here exactly one Vear Foo. On july 27. 1952." y n u r. E Intelli gence officer of the i n i p r. T by division has 37 inward in Antior. Anda Sulci be to go Home aug. 1. Tragic news follows Joy for Conn. Father Hartford. Conn. J. Campbell. West Hartford movie theater manager sat close to his office Rachyn sunday ii Silv. Listening for word of the korean truce. When i came he interrupted the us Yauky announced. A armistice last Nicht Campbell received a defense sen Raymond a Marine had born n korean fight no Las Friday. First directors meeting for the new year with j. A. Riley. Presi Dent presiding. Business for year and the duties of Chr several i committees were discussed. The ten Point program suggested by Lions International was adopted for next Yucai. Members present were Victor masters. Howard . C. B. Fulmer. L. C. Coughlin. Or. Fred King. J. S. Riley. John o. Youell. Carl Smith. J. R Noi 1 or Mike Ruddy e r. Daugherty. Don Wax and Jack Ycnin-4. The next regular me Pirig of the Lions will be thursday eve Iii ing. August 6. In the room of Riley s Coffee shop. Washington s Kin to wed Churchman Washington a wed Ding ceremony in a historic set Ting today unites miss Acnes Peter. 73. Great great great granddaughter of Martha Washington and or. John r. Mott. 38. A Nobel peace prize Winner of 1946. The scene is Tudor place in old Georgetown a huge House built More than a Century ago by Thomas Peter and his wife. Who was the granddaughter of the president s wife. Or. Motl. Of new York and Orlando. Fia. Is an honorary president of the world Council for soldiers who Are in he far East will not rotate until after oct. Points they have already will still coir. The army will give them credit for l-36th of their tour for each Point they have. Thn.-. A Soldier in Korea who has 27 Points prior to oct. 1 will have completed three fourths of his tour or the equiv Alent of 12 months. He would have four months to go. Soldiers will still be allowed to Volunteer for another Post in the far East after completing i months service in Korea. They would have to Complete a 12 additional months in Japan or Okinawa after their Transfer. I Milton Eisenhower i completes a tour Rio de Janeiro Brazil i up i Milton s. Eisenhower leaves today for the United slates after completing his Good will tour of 10 latin american countries As special representative of his brother president Eisenhower. Or. Eisenhower was guest of Honor monday Nicht at a recep i lion Given by brazilian president tic Tulio Vargas. J it. Blackmore a. Ispus mrs. Otelia Mann 94, died at . Monday at the Home of her granddaughter. Miss lil Lian Mann. She was one of the Resi dents of Scott county she was born in Kansas City mo., and 1 had made her Home Here for several years. Survivors include two Daugh ters. Mrs a. J Strickling of pique. Ohio and mrs. Myrtle Markham of Bristol. A three sons. Garland and John a. Mann it. Blackmore and r. E. Mann of Hedley. Tex three Sisters. Mrs. Katie Lindsey of Johnson City. Miss Parilee Bickley and miss Hettie Bickley of big Stone Gap 13 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Funeral arrangements Are in Complete. Mcconnel funeral Home is in charge. Eli Michael Masengill Rogersville Michael Masengill. 93. Of Rogers formerly of Church Hill. Riled at in monday at a i Johnson City Hospital. He is survived by his widow. Mrs. Matiie Masengill five daughters. Mrs. Lola Haun. Mrs. Will Britton. And miss Lucille Masengill. All of Church Hill mrs. Charlie Hudson. Cowan. La., and mrs. Fay Phipps. Wellson okla four sons. R b Muse Gill of . Tenn. Clyde. Church Hill. James b Chick by Tenn. And Paul Masengill of Tallahassee. Two Sisters. Mrs. Birdie Morristown. Nanri miss Mary Gill. Washington. D. A two Brothers. Jim. Gallium. Ala., and George Masengill of Cut Bank. Mont. Funeral services were to be held at 3 . Tuesday at the new Providence presbyterian Church with the Rev. Lynd Courtney officiating. Burial will follow in the Church cemetery pallbearers were Masengill. J w. Will Encill. Bert Cyrier. Dec Armstrong. And Albert Givens. 2 arraigned in car theft two Kingsport men were arraigned in general sessions court Here monday afternoon on of automobile Bond was set at each pending preliminary hearing at 10 . Wednesday. The defendants Are charged with theft of a 1940-Niociel car belonging to mrs. Ruth Shell. They were arrested by City police saturday near the scene of n wreck in. Which the complainant s car was involved. Mediators fail 1 in Ridge strike when John Dolen a times Nashville auditions for news Carrier boy. Returned to his Oak Ridge Tenn music scholarships to George Home following the Carrier boys eral Abor mediators failed today Peabody College for teachers picnic saturday afternoon he in Anothy attempt to end a will be held Friday August 7, that the shoes he was walkout of 3 500 Al production ginning at 11 . The music j wearing were not of the same workers at two atomic Energy department of the College a Kingsport times tuesday july 28, 1953 3 bounced this week. The awards include the foundation scholarship of which will assist Able Young so ians who can leadership to the string and or Chestra movement and the Pon during the shoe race at the plants Here. Flowers Backer Bros. Charlene it a taint Sla. and phone 22oo kind cd John wears size c. And the i other shoe he has is a 4 d. The the government represent a Tives called Union Ancl manage-1 ment officials together at 1 were est the or be till broke up hours later without any agree ment being reached. Federal mediator e. F. Hitch a said he would seek to a f ventilated at the upper instep. Range another conference for students interested m apply in Nas later in the Day. Ing for either scholarship other come to the conferees were cents request application forms from the circulation desk at he apart in their wage talks when times news so the strike began wednesday ment in Nashville. Ican by made Jit l 11 l 111 4.i.oi j v he l i protect continued from Page 1 trouble in breathing or Monkey returned to owner f Bluefield. W a. Eugene Tibbs and the Beer swigging Monkey he Calls one of the family were reunited plan three Day meet big Stone Gap the big Stone Gap Lodge no. 208 of the ancient. Free and accepted to. I Iii i Ovil r i n once in a room away fromj3 esterday after of pall Ful in District 48 for a three others and Call your doctor 0f More than six schoo on he work it he j by treatment an Quick action. . Nan a con Lorec degrees of masonry. I May Lessen the severity of the of Beer grand lecturer George Amarshall and associate grand lecturer Vernon g. Harlow will be in charge of the work. Classes. Will be held in the afternoon and evening in the i local Temple. Disease and Lessen crippling. I the Monkey Happy by name i-1 a Loci or Man Niilo Crim got lost last month while swim 5 remember that All Wilh Tibbs in Laurel Creek i patients do not have crippling effects. About half of All report Erl cases of polio recover completely and about another 25 per cent recover with slight aft just across the state Border in Virginia. Some dogs chased him Groseclose Flowers for All phone 6 my Goa ruled Tibbs almost posted lodges in Appalachia. Norton or effects that do not interfere a Reward St. Paul. Wise Pound with Normal living saw Happy but nobody Rel Lytwood and big Stone a get Over tired her yesterday two comprise the Kuun i i nun trapped a the Monkey m a at the hard play exercise work or ult Gap arthritis jut of the meeting i have teen wonderfully blessed smokehouse and returned her evening the Loucill being restored to Active life and children. periods team will Confer the master after being crippled in nearly children during the Day Arp years Ako m animal Mason degree on two Brothers every in my body and with Man Frank Buck. Muscular soreness from head to especially Good. Fool t had rheumatoid arthritis "7. Don t get chilled. Don t Knoxville my dips and other forms of rheumatism Bathe or swim a Long Lime in cold honest prisoners Ica hands deformed and my Ankles water or sit around in wet Knoxville or Earl rav were Sci clothes. Albuquerque worn mond Donathan. limited "8. Don t use another person s an left her purse containing and practitioner of Knoxville towels dishes tableware or the in the City jail while participate since 1943 Wafi Founcy dead a in religious services for the bed in his apartment. Shelbourne de Ruff Relief. "9. Don t have Mouth or Throat prisoners. Towers at . Monday. He space prohibits telling More Here but if you win me 1 will reply at received for with Johns Maiville fireproof Asbestos shingles ask for estimate no Money Down 36 months to pay phone 2920 he s putting out a fire we started 123 years ago j Southern is the largest a. Railway system in the country to be 100 per cent diesel Zed. We be pulled the fire on our last steam locomotive. In effect this fire was started Back in history making Best Friend of on a Railroad that is now part of the Southern railway system became the steam locomotive to run in regularly scheduled service in America. Down through the years since 1830, the colourful steam locomotives paced the Progress of the South serving Well until they too had to step aside for Progress. Today we Are serving the South with a Fleet of 880 powerful diesel locomotive units costing million. This huge sum which we will be paying off for years to our Faith in the future of the South and underscores our determination to bring to All in the South a great new kind of streamlined better than Ever. Southern railway system operations during a polio out the prisoners turned the purse 45. Break unless it is an emergency Over to police the City homicide officer capt or for a reason that cannot still in it. Carl Bunch reported the death postponed. It is believed Best by apparently was caused by a the foundation that these of that More drastic Mea sures at. Heart attack. I eral ions whenever possible this time would accomplish any should be postponed for a few but Sci results. Weeks or until the outbreak of the National foundation for polio subsides. This would not. Poliomyelitis is lending its full apply in. The Kingsport area at support in personnel equipment this time but should and finances in. Helping with the increase As happened in Bristol i problem in Sullivan county for it might be advisable. Which we Are most grateful "10. Don t take your child out the area last year of Camp or playground where had 13 Case of polio. 9 of which there is Good health supervision., were inside the City limits and 4 the experience in other areas outside. Or. Erwin said. Of applying More drastic Mas this is not published to Cre ures during polio outbreaks such1 ate any alarm but is Don As closing Public places Etc. Has to inform the Public of the mat proven to have very Little if any Ter so that if possible we May effect on preventing the spread begin doing As much As we do of the disease. We believe that know to hold the cases to a min More can be accomplished by of mum should the disease appear serving the simple rules As out in the Kingsport or. Or lined above and we do not feel win said. Mrs. Lela s. Wier 2805 Arbor his drive p. O. Box 2695 Jackson 7, Mississippi Washington d. C. Come in now ask about it

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