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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - June 2, 1954, Kingsport, Tennessee20 King port wednesday june 2, 1954 statuary file a Workman reaches for refer ence one of 800 Small scale copies in Cologne. Germany. Cathedral attic to Check on Cathedral Ita Tarj restoration work. Board studies new streets for Green acres Section sections of five new streets in prepare Cost estimates for t h e residential development near Andrew Johnson school May be placed in service soon if the City can figure out a cheaper Way to provide storm drainage. H. E. P. Clifford representing the developers proposed to the Board of mayor and aldermen tuesday night that the develop ers pay the full Cost of installing sanitary sewers grading and temporary surfacing with the City to install the storm sewers. Various portions of the work. Streets proposed for develop ment by Clifford include parts of Swannanoa Avenue Bruce Street Hermitage drive Sher Wood place and Greene Lane. They would be accessible from Sherwood Road. Petitions for similar develop ment of several other streets surrounding Johnson school and connecting with Eastman Road Are on file to be considered in Board gets report on train speeds in other Speed limits for Railroad trains vary As much As those for Highway traffic the Board of mayor and aldermen has Learned. The information was gleaned and there in connection with a request of the Ali Hatield Railroad that the Speed limit for freight trains in Kin sport be increased from the present 12 Miles per hour to 35. City manager d. W. Moulton. Who had Boon Aski d by Thi Board at a previous meeting to Check into the rules of other cities reported tuesday night that Bristol has no Speed limit for trains but requires a full Stop at All Grade Crossings. Spartanburg. S. A. The Clinch Field s Southern terminus limits the Speed of trains to 20 Miles per hour anywhere in the City and 10 Miles per hour at Grade Crossings. Johnson City has a complicated system of Speed limits varying in various sections of the City All the Way from 10 to 30 Miles per hour. After digesting this information the Board considered set Ting the Speed limit for trains in the City the same As that for vehicles outside school Miles per hour. However a final decision was delayed to consult first with manufacturing plants and other business establishments adjoin ing the Railroad tracks to learn whether they have any views on the subject. The weather picture _. .11, u order with other Street improve similar contracts have been t t the made by the City with a number Merit up ejects Mese of other subdivision developers would connect with in the past but none of the oth ers was quite As ambitious a project As the one proposed by Clifford. City manager d. W. Moulton estimated roughly the needed storm drains would Cost the City to install. Moulton said that much Money the streets Clifford proposed for immedi ate development. Clifford estimated that if the streets Are opened now about 30 houses will be built in Green acres by the end of this year. In connection with the Oak Wood Forest projects Wallace was reminded that those streets by the associated press Chicago Cloudy Cincinnati Cloudy Detroit Cloudy Escanaba Clear grand rapids Cloudy Indianapolis Cloudy Marquette. Clear Memphis Cloudy Milwaukee Clear Sault Ste. Marie cloy traverse City Cloudy Des Moines Cloudy Kansas City Cloudy . Paul cloy Oklahoma City Clear when the from unappropriated funds. He l recommended that the work be done. Mayor John Wimberly also favored the project pointing out that it would save the City Money in the Long run an j amount estimated at up to s10. Also would encourage a new development which would to the City s growth. But Alderman e. O. Guenther questioned whether expenditure of such a Large amount for a Brand new project would be fair j to the wait Long list of Street improvement petitions some of them dating Back As Long As Jour years. Up the streets i once when the storm sewers Are installed and again when the streets Are paved. To install storm sewers in the new streets while they Are being on the would avoid havin Atlanta Cloudy Boston Cloudy Miami Clear new Clear fort Worth Clear new Orleans Clear Denver Clear Helena Cloudy Phoenix Clear other Angeles to tear then up again when the time comes to pave them. Yeary named chief of Coeburn firemen Coeburn a. Woodrow David Wallace a resident of Yeary has been elected fire chief Oakwood drive who was in the j Here to replace Jack still whose visitors Section of the expired june 1 room backed Guenther s argument. Wallace reminded the Board that his Street had been on the waiting list for paving and storm sewers for several years and that the Board had told the petitioners earlier this Spring that no Street improve ment work would be done in that Section this year. Oakwood Forest adjoins Green acres the subdivision develop ment represented by Clifford. City attorney h. Marvin Par sons suggested that the argument against placing the storm sewers in Green acres ahead of petitions on file might be met by installing Only As much of the storm drainage As could be paid for out of other funds without using any of the capital. Improvement funds. Clifford said the developers would be agreeable to open ditches instead of storm sewers but that he believed the City would have a drainage problem on its hands. Moulton and Wim Berly agreed that open ditches would not be adequate drainage for All of the streets proposed but might work on some of them. City Engineer s. K. Addington was asked Survey the area of 0 x Jane Wyman Ray Milland let s do it again in technicolor cloy san Francisco Clear Seattle Cloudy 67 73 75 54. 70 72 47 87 65 57 59 73 61 81 67 71 89 81. 81 81 92 90 76 49 98 76 71 62 k l Chance for happiness Caiji playing on her toy piano two year old Elizabeth Ann Lynch enjoys a Normal Babyhood. Yet she s completely Blind. Or. Mrs. A Tancif Lynch of new York City adopted Elizabeth and her sister. Susan 4, also Blind recently when they fell la love with 53 54 j 52 43 48 56 43 65 48 45 46 53 55 51 69 53 54 67 61 63 67 71 42 42 67 fio 45 44 co Burrt to elect two Coeburn a. Coeburn s voters go to the polls tuesday to select two councilmen in a race that is gaining momentum As the balloting draws nearer. Lacey e. Fuller incumbent is seeking re election in a Field of six candidates that include c. I. Henley former mayor Frank b. Clay s. H. Hopkins Don Gil Lispie and w. A. Carico. Emmitt Yeary present councilman is not seeking re election. J. E. Brooks John Kilgore and Bruce Peery Are Holdover Mem Bers of Council. Tourists in Cuba can obtain free drinks at several distilleries which operate cocktail lounges where All drinks Are on the House. 311 cd 7-7411 Cadet Stone wiil go to Roth Encampment Lexington Jerry f. Stone jr., 1713 Longview Kingsport term., who has completed the first year advanced course senior division Roth at Washington and Lee University will attend the transportation corps Roth summer Camp at Ort Eustis va., starting june 19. During the six week period cadets will undergo practical exercises. Field training and Maevers in support of theoretic Al Classwork taken at the uni Hersity. Northern accent the other officers elected by the Richmond a. Facts a am Are that the men were from Brooklyn. Detective chief John Wright Hopes this takes Richmond off the Hook. Wright came into the Case when mrs. Norman Mann of on Tario Canada reported she and two friends lost More than in Luggage clothing and jewelry firemen. William Bud Pate As a wheel thieves in Richmond rifled Sis tent chief Carl Hunley. Sec their car or rotary rhex Edwards president Hubert Wampler vice president Jim Yeary chief Engineer and s. H. Shorty Murphy Captain. Hole for giants Gettysburg a. Driver George Chi Cote thought he had hit just another pothole in the new Oxford Road. That was before the Hole was smoothed Over with 160 tons of Earth. Chil Cote s truck loaded with con Crete blocks had knocked in the top of an underground Cavern some 40 feet deep. Elephant walk color by technicolor features at it s everybody s business world news Mann wrote the local chamber of Commerce to note that the Rob Bery seemed a poor advertise ment for Southern hospitality. The detective Bureau had news for mrs. Mann. Her property had been recovered in Washington and was hers Lor the identification. Two men were arrested. Brooklyn boys a am. Kingsport drive in theatre Greeneville Hwy. Of. 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