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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - June 2, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeKing port Titi wednesday june 2. 1954 donation to Palmer is. Brinkley treasurer of the Palmer memorial fund receives a Check of from Kenneth y. Maiberger and John Hicks of the Kings port press. This donation by the department hearts of the Plant is one of several contributions by different groups of Kingsport press personnel to Ward a memorial Lor the late col. E. W. Pal Mer former president of the organization. Saving fish Phoenix a Lake is bound by ice too Long and the Snow cover blocks the Light from aquatic plants fish die from oxygen starvation. Arizona fish chief Jack Hemphil says an Experiment his Crews tried on big Lake might save some fish. A plastic pipe St. Petersburg returns course to private use St. Petersburg Fla. This City is getting out of the golfing business. City Council decided to do this after a Long was Laid in the Lake last fall study of a petition from negroes i and when the oxygen level for use of the course. Reached a dangerous Low. Corn Council action yesterday to pressed air was pumped into terminate the lease on Pasadena the perforated pipe Golf course and turn the 13-Hole i the air not aerated water course Back to its private own ers was unanimous. In april a group of negroes sought permission to play on the course. A special committee was named to study the Peti Tion. Last week the committee heard predictions from its Mem Bers and City officials that White players would Stop using the course if it were opened to negroes. The committee meeting was after the u. S. Supreme court j ordered the City of Houston tex., to open its municipal Golf courses i to negroes on a segregated basis. I for hundreds of feet on either Side but it formed convection currents sending the warmer water upwards. It thawed a wide Channel in the ice. Communist countries exported 195 million dollars Worth of Coal to the free world in 1952. Demos to meet in 14th District a meeting of democrats in the 14th civil District has been called for monday june 7, at p.m., at Miller Perry school Ford town. All democratic nominees will be present and a speaker for the evening will be arranged. During the meeting the District will be organized and plans will in made for the August county election. Landlocked Utah has chosen the sea Gull As its state Bird re calling a flight of sea gulls in 1848 which saved the state crops from a plague of crickets. All Hawkins fair set in september Church Eastern Hawkins county fair will be held Here september 2-1, fair association officials decided at a meet ing tuesday night. Other action included the forming of three committees and the adding of five directors to the advisory Board. This action Otlo Verf an announcement earlier in the week that revealed plans for the application of a charter under the name Eastern Hawkins county fair officials explained that the fair will include All of Haw Kins county however and thai Eastern is added to the offi Cial title Only because the county already has a fair incorporated under the name Hawkins county the next meeting of the fair group is slated for june 10 at the Church Hill High school agriculture building. Committees formed were rules and regulations Halley Harper chairman Bertram Wolfe. J. Smith j. E. Taylor and a. J. Edens committeemen. Department and Freeman Chappel sr., chair Man Ralph Christian and mrs. Dennis Christian committeemen. Program and Bert Davidson chairman j. E. Carter mrs. E. B. Erwin mrs Bill Sidon Hale Christian and Talmadge Royle committeemen. New directors named were John Carter and Earl c. Horton Ross Camp ground the Rev. W. H. Parrot West Ridge and Bert Smith or. And Halley Harper Church Hill. There Are about Spe cies of fishes. Should break away Dallas Burnett militant owner of the Dallas club in the Texas league says he is convinced hat if the minor leagues Are to survive they will have to break with the majors and go it alone. Burnett says As things stand now the majors control the i i nors. The major minor agree i Niento is nothing More than a major agreement since they die Tate he believes the minors need Man of the judge Landis Type to Lead them. The will have to have a Tough Leader who not Oulu knows baseball but it is an expert at Law. Such a move would most certainly meet with Strong resistance from the majors. The minors would have to be in a position to carry their Case to Burnett offered As evidence of the minor league plight the de crease in number of minor leagues operating. He continued Independent operators Are being squeezed out. Men who have spent their lives in baseball and have every dime they possess tied up in the sport Are having to toss in the Towel. You would think the major league owners would see the handwriting on the Wall. But they Don t. They pay kids who never have played a game in pro baseball a fantastic Bonus allow salaries to go sky Hilgh. Then they wonder what is wart hogs live in Burrows i which they habitually enter Hind end first to be ready to attack animals which might at-1 tempt to follow them. I give your car the luxurious Beautiful custom tailored All plastic seat covers s29 All work Guaran convertible tops As Low As installed need Hull s trim shop 108 Shelby St. 2z4 w. Market St., Kingsport Tenn. Johnson City Tenn. Dial i 6-9311 phone 3891 jewel u3ox Scoopa with save a Cool buy now and save charge it your Friend la jewellers cab service open 7 Days per week cd 5-5831 Lynn Garden cabs meter orders for natural Gas service now being accepted for Cherokee Village five 1 tonts Section Dale Street Borden Village corns in or Call Volunteer natural Gas company z15 e. 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