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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - June 16, 1953, Kingsport, Tennessee2 tuesday june 16, 1953 Kingsport times Robert Moulton Kingsport student receives medical degree at Memphis three students of the Kings port area Are among the 82 Stu dents who were graduated at commencement exercises of the University of Tennessee medical units in Memphis monday night. They Are Joe f. Fleming of 662 Jackson Heights Kingsport and j. C. Hall or. Of Bristol who received doctor of Medicine de Grees and Robert s. Moulton of fall Branch who received a Doc Tor of dental surgery degree. Fleming is the son of or. And mrs. F. 11. Fleming and is a Grad uate of Virgie High school of Vir Gie by. He received his pre professional training at East ten Nessee state College at Johnson City where he received a . In 1949. Fleming will locate for one year at the John Gaston Hospital in Memphis this fall. Hall is the son of or. And mrs. J. C. Hall of Bristol and is a graduate of Florida naval acad Emy of St. Augustine Fla. He received his pre professional train ing at the University of Tennes see he will locate for one year at the medical College of Virginia in Richmond. He is the husband of the former Laura Lee Sim Mons of Kingsport. Moulton is the son of mrs. B. E. Moulton of fail Branch and is a graduate of fall Branch High school. He received his pre professional training at East ten Nessee state College. He is the husband of the former miss Betty r. Hood of fall Branch. In addition to these students Earl pippin Cranston jr., the husband of the former miss Ella Ruth White of Clinchport received a doctor of Medicine de j Gree. He is the son of or. And mrs. Earl c. Pippin of Chattanooga. He received his pre professional training at the univer sity of Tennessee Knoxville. Pip pin will Interne for one year at the John Gaston Hospital in Memphis. Joe Fleming ear pippin or. Second generating starts operating the second of three generating units to be installed in Boone dam began production of Power Friday w. K. Seaman Tva project manager announced to Day. The newest dam completed in the Tva system it has been filled with water during the past few months and its facilities Are in use for boating water skiing and swimming. The dam was termed by the Johnson City press chronicle to be a health Hazard As a direct result of polluted water from Johnson City Bris Tol Bluff City and Elizabethton. Stream pollution does not Hin Der the Power generating proc Ess of the Lake the Johnson City newspaper stated and its important function in distributing Power in upper East Tennessee and to other areas which it serves would continue in spite of pollution. Johnson City recently turned Down a sewage disposal Bond Issue referendum. Montrose selected vow aide de Camp Kansas City to. Spa Tony Montrose 12 Robert e. Lee apt., Kingsport has been appointed a National aide de Camp in the veterans of foreign wars Deoh notices mrs. Ida b. Kemplin Gate City a. Ida Benton Kemplin 35, Daugh Ter of the late George c. Ben ton of Gate City was drowned saturday at Springs ky., and her body will arrive Here tuesday at 4 p. M. For serves. The body will remain at Mcconnell funeral Home until funeral services wednesday at 2 p. M. At the red Hill Church. The Rev. Ted Duncan will officiate. Burial will be in the fam Concession stand atop Warrior s path state Park picnic Island overlooks area to be Cov ered by Lake Waters from fort Patrick Henry dam. The stand constructed of Oak and Pine Tim Bers was completed this Spring. While electricity and water have not been piped to the picnic area the Concession stand is completely furnished with Light and toilet fixtures. Fifty picnic tables built this Spring Are scattered about the wooded Hill. Man arrested for stealing from Blind Johnson City. Tenn. A 44-year-old Carter Courtlan was arrested yesterday on a charge of stealing cigarettes from a Blind woman s conces Sion stand at the Post office. Police it. Frank Hicks said Thomas Stout of near Elizabethton told officers he intended to pay for three packages of cigarettes he took from the stand. Stout was charged with Petty larceny. Hicks said a bystander who by commander in chief James witnessed the incident held w. Cothran of the Strong organization of overseas War veterans. Stout until police arrived at the Post office. Stout told police he was a parolee from a Federal at National vow Headquarters Pri Sorl where he had served Here it was announced that the three years of a five year term appointment of or. Montrose is for Mau robbery. In recognition of his outstand ing service to the organization in the membership Field. inv a specially designed Forest i a Cipfl f Vlaj Green and White Cap Clistine guises vow National aides de Twenty one meter violations Camp. Were cited tuesday morning in icily court in a Light session in court of Honor i which two reckless driving and i a speeding charge were dismiss j. C. Hall Gas tax fund soon District boy scouts will hold a court of Hon or tonight at Washington school j and it is scheduled to Start at 7 o clock. Two scouts will be advanced to Eagle rank. Friends and ends Are invited to attend. De with s15 forfeitures. Meter violations Are dismissed prices cannibalism claims lives 01 Knox cubs Knoxville cannibalism has claimed the lives of three new born 1 on cubs at Chilhowie Park zoo. The three cubs born last thursday to Juliet Cne of the zoo s two Lions apparently were devoured sunday night by their e. Germans walk off jobs protest Speed up orders Berlin of East German construction work ers walked off their jobs today on communist projects and swarmed through the streets shouting anti communist slogans. It was the first such Demon stration since the creation of the East German regime. Communist police made no move to interfere with the columns of angry workers. Western newsmen who witnessed the demonstration Esti-1 papa Romeo has separate mated at least men were Jed from them since birth be involved. J cause male Lions Are known demonstrators told Corre hers of cubs Spon dents they were protesting a Speed up which increased their work quotas by 10 per cent. The Speed up orders they said were not accompanied by in a Vous Young Man monday when the communist East German Tho Groon could t ily cemetery. Survivors Are her husband Rollie Kemplin her Mother mrs. Bessie Benton Chicago two Sis ters mrs. Gertrude Kelly Chi Cago and Krue Cher Detroit two Brothers Unicoi county approves budget Erwin county magistrates monday approved the new school budget slashing from the county s por Tion of it. The court also authorized the county chairman to negotiate a loan to meet the final month s payroll for 13s school teachers. It deferred action on a finance committee Resolution to pare off the yearly Sal Ary of the county school superintendent. Tempers flared following a Resolution offered by the finance committee chairman that the yearly salary of superintendent Evans be reduced by Evans branded the Resolution As a Korea also these uncles and aunts w. R. And James Benton Gate City mrs. John Williams Gate City mrs. Mandy Crook fort Blackmore and mrs. George Falin of Way land. James b. Larkey James b. Larkey 58, of Hil tons va., died at a Marion hos Pital monday night at 10 o clock. He was a Well known Farmer and life Long resident of Scott county and was a member of the Gaines methodist Church. Survivors include the follow ing Brothers and Sisters l. B. A i 4. It. I., in. Larkey Orlando Fla. Fred l. At least that s the deduction Larkey of Kingsport mrs. J. R. Of Park manager Mack Franse. Smith Atmore Ala. Mrs. W. Salil the howling Burker St Pau a mrs other animals during the night Bruce Carmack and mrs. A. W. Probably excited Uliet causing Osborne of Holtons and miss her in Pat Vepr i _ Marguerite Larkey of Kingsport. George c. Benton Detroit and political gesture to drive him James w. Benton u. S. Array in from office the county aug rated of his salary. The Resolution was returned to the finance committee for further study. Her to eat her babies. We were following recommended procedure for them but she turned on them just the he declared. Funeral arrangements Are in Complete. The Blevins funeral Home of Bristol will handle the arrangements. What s your name Bolivar to. Polk de a marriage License to a Ner books 28. The demonstrations were Sim Ilar in nature to the protests which have swept communist Czechoslovakia in the Wake of government currency Reform continued from Page 1 that wiped out All savings Cut j the pay of All labourers and Sal already Are Busy harvesting a Aried persons and required in crop estimated overtime extra bushels the once pay on the demand of Coram. Government ordered All workers remember his Bride to be s last in the soviet zone to increase name their output by a Flat 10 per the Man Ater returned with cent in a decree issued last May the information and the License was granted. Groseclose Flowers for All phone 6 a Armce Avesato cd continued from Page 1 break meant a paper loss of from nist Bosses. To one operator on the Chicago sen. Mundt red said in complained that vacation r l separate interview today it too Damn voc flon by Nashville up Tennessee j noteworthy that there Are two cities will begin receiving the a things the president definitely War continued from Page 1 i theorized one cent of the state Gaso did not Mundt is a Mem tax in August state Highway Ber of Mccarthy s committee officials said yesterday. Which has been looking into the w. M. Leech Highway corms he program . Said the first checks will be f i k. I out on aug. 10 and monthly 1 Damn much wheat d bumper wheat crop i than a billion bushels Wal the big Factor in the Price decline. But traders disagreed on closing exercises of the a what touched off monday s sell. Cation Bible school at the first ing. Christian Church will be held some attributed it to reports. Wednesday at p. M. That Oklahoma Farmers lacked the children will be in charge storage space and had begun of the program and a party will i Eastern flanks menaced the new tax was a Campaign Promise of must books in ailing despite unattractive be held in the Church social thereafter. Was a justifiable expenditure of thus with both their West and the one cent share of the state taxpayers Money to put com i before except of bin Tern Deidre m goad weddings foot baits Mimm cd. Reir Cotino Cherokee St. Cherokee Monument co. W. Center Shelby Sis. Mrtle i Cranle it Marble. By direct Iare a iils Sions. All work and material anted. Clay e. Both near Cluj Ball Fuller i Hill Ina ii in. Altaic to tilt Leo to South korean positions along Pov Clement and was the Yukhan May be untenable. However the reds on the West league h from their new won Finger for Ridge positions faced formidable positions on Koam Mountain tu3 tinny in which is the main Anchor on plot Maici the Western Edge of the Koam is a Complex Mountain jills Odulo just to the Southwest of Finger schools institutions others claimed there is adequate storage space. Some cited peace prospects in to Korea As a major Factor. He did not say that he Felt the Norris Grain company communists should be permitted another was the Lack of sex to teach american children in port markets in Dollar poor for tax supported High schools Orlein countries room for the children after the program. Higher institutions of learning. What he appeared to refer to was a belief that there should Corn Oats and other grains followed the Down turns. Ridge. Its loss would imperil the new York governmental censorship Valley behind and Miles of Al Truman has signed a new con Wincn would prevent americans lied territory. Tract with the National Broad Readmo whatever volumes a correspondent Milo far casting company for nine radio they desire to Purchase for their neti reported that South korean j and television performances. Book shelves or for the i troops now hold about two thirds the company announced yes branes of privately supported of Koam Mountain. It erday the signing of the con so Neman Rhee 78-year-old j tract and said the daughter of president of South Korea president Tiunan will institutions of or. Conant who was president of Harvard University until the a flying two hour visit to the have singing and guest Star j s e n h w e r administration blazing East Central front to during the 1953-54 season. Con-1 tapped him for his present Post Confer with his embattled army 4----------------4 told m commanders. He was Accomma tract terms were not disclosed. Told Mccarthy he would i mainly not object to the pres Nied by it. Gen. Maxwell d. Tay for the week ended sunday ence in a College Library of books Lor u. S. Eighth army to of whom communist authors. He said j700 were killed and 3 500 wound the books cited by Mccarthy Mander. The chinese charged finger1 de. Ridge through a Hail of artillery East of the bulge a chinese and Small arms fire and Blaz battalion of about 750 men drove ing napalm bombs from about South koreans from one of Sev 500 planes. The key height is in embattled positions near Are undoubtedly in the Harvard Library. Ants Roaches just listen to this. There to new liquid that when brushed onto a surface leaves an invisible film. This film paralyses the legs o Roaches Suver Flash and ants whenever the Cross the surface and they Are on their backs dying within about hours after contacting the in visible film. One application is effective for months. Roach film is the name of this new product. For results that Are astounding get Roach Fllori to kill and control Roaches. W. B. Greene co. Downstairs. The Western Anchor of a two mile deep bulge which More Christmas Hill. Assaults by As Many As than reds made sunday communists probed Allied lines and monday. As far East As Anchor Hill near correspondents reported from the front that the Victory is be the coast where More than reds were reported killed or heed to have Cost the reds wounded in a bloody attempt tremendous Ito seize three Heights from the in observers said the reds Roks. Paid a heavy Cost in lives a correspondent William eating they May be willing to j Barnard reported from the Cen sacrifice Many men in the last stage of the War to gain Adan trial front that communist mines caught an Allied tank Force and Ageous positions before reds then opened up with cease fire is called. Their big guns on tanks trying estimated enemy casualties Ito escape. 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So let electricity do that task too it makes sense. People who use electric water Heaters say it there Are More of them every Day. You could t pay pm to go Back to old time methods. Your plumber or electric appliance dealer has a size and Type of electric water Heater for every family every purse. Kingsport utilities your Foo Fric

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