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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - June 25, 1953, Kingsport, Tennessee12 thursday. June 25, 1953 Kingsport times Oak Ridge children get Money for lightning bugs Oak Ridge term. In you can just catch the experts say it s bugs Are Worth 25 cents a Hun dred. And there still Are Worth flying around Loose so it pays to become an expert on the subject. After the Worth Are gone though the lightning Bug probably will revert to pre atomic but Worth less. Scientists in Oak Ridge Are us ing the special properties of firefly lantern extract to Meas ure the amount of a number of important chemical compounds present in All living things. Among the things being studied Are photosynthesis or How plants turn sunlight into life radiation damage phosphorous metabolism and Light production itself. The Oak Ridge National lab oratory pays 25 cents a Hundred to kids who catch the bugs. They now have but need More. A top authority on Glowworm catching is Jody Marshall an 8-year-old with Brown eyes who caught fireflies in her life before this for love or Money. Jody is first in line each Mon Day wednesday and Friday when Laboratory people meet the catchers at police Headquarters and Fork Over the quarters. If had a few More like said one collector there would be no question of when we d have enough lightning you should catch them about Sundown in the tall she advises. There Are lots of them around the Trees but some Are out in the open too. They re if you Start catching bugs at Sundown you la have a better Chance if you Are about eight years old because they re close to the ground then. Later on they go up High and you have to Jay Whitcomb 12, uses a cheesecloth net instead of his hands like Jody. Just put the net Over the lightning Bug then scoop it up and twist the net so the bugs drop to the the bugs he says won t Fly out once they re in the Bottom of the net. Both ways Are Quick. The captured bugs incidentally Are kept in mom s refrigerator in a Glass Jar. That s to keep them alive. Era Onck miss Mary Hudson who for a first state commission says private Power seeks i 11tva Nashville state Industrial and planning commis Sion was warned Here yesterday that private Power interests Are trying to kill Tva with an eco nomic Boycott of this Region. Herbert Bingham executive Secretary of the Tennessee municipal league and chairman of gov. Frank Clement s special Tva advisory committee said pressure groups Are preventing several of the Large electric manufacturing companies from setting up plants in the Valley area. The members of the eight member commission created by the 1953 legislature to promote Industry in the state authorized their executive director or. George Whitlatch to draw up a Resolution calling on president Eisenhower and Congress to re store Tva fund cuts so it can continue its growth " in other action at the com Mission s first meeting mayor William d. Baird of Lebanon was named chairman. The com Mission approved an annual operating budget of tourist offers cat Reward Gatlinburg Tenn. Iowa tourist has offered a Reward for a cat she lost in the Smoky mountains. Mrs. James n. Taylor of Sioux City says she lost the animal a persian named in the Elkmont Section about 10 Miles Southwest of Here last saturday. Mrs. Taylor says Buffie broke Loose from her when she stopped on Highway 73 to Wade in a Mountain Stream. She described Buffie As Pale yellow Long haired and very Busy policeman Pasadena Stor Nie 28, was a Busy policeman yesterday. He arrested 15 men seven of them suspects in an armed robbery Case. The former military policeman and korean Veteran apprehended the seven in a car shortly after a s19 garage Holdup. Ear Lier he had stopped a car and Fotland seven mexican nationals paraplegic Veteran is a fireman despite wheelchair Complete session at Camp hideaway Douglass scouts will Complete a two week session of Day camping Washington w Richard Foley is a paraplegic Veteran june 25 Camp hideaway is to confined to a wheelchair four Miles out on is also a member of the Frej Johnson City Highway. The department of Needham mass. The veterans administration Tom his Story today. Foley was hit in the spine by shrapnel in combat in Europe during world War ii. After two years in army hospitals he was discharged in a wheelchair in 1948. He was paralysed from the Waist Down for life. He attended a business school under the v. A s program for disabled veterans. He is now what is called a per campers Are taken to the Camp from Douglass school by chartered bus each morning and re turned each afternoon. Kingsport utilities sponsored a special program Lor the campers with a demonstration of Correct lighting methods. A visitors Day program is being planned for the final Day of Camp. The following scouts Are at tending this session of Day Camp Freda Ann Bristol Dore tha coinage Linda Cox Martha manent Cor j Clark Pauletta Crockett Char Respondence keeps records and performs innumerable other duties. When there s a fire he stays on duty in the firehouse. Be fore Foley went to work an Able bodied firemen had to stay behind. Foley was born and reared in Stamford Conn. Alex Poston wins High latin office Alex Poston third year latin student at Dobyns Bennett High school was elected National vice league at a meeting at Miami University Oxford Ohio last week. Tommy Sproles was the other Dobyns Bennett Delegate. Both boys Are members of the roman Senate of the Junior classical league at Dobyns Bennett. The meeting in Ohio was a joint conference of the Ameri an classical league and the Junior classical league. Plans were made for a a ional convention to be held at san Antonio Texas next year. Scientists Are helping to bring rubber growing Back to the Western hemisphere where it started by using Sandwich Lene Deal Yvonne Deal Mazie Dobbins Princella Etta Norma Gray Loretta Hutcherson Ora Lee Hutcherson Margaret Leeper Sharon Lindsay Shirley lol Lar Wayne Manning Faye Mason Dora Jane. Neal Gloria Releford eli2abeth Ann rut ledge Carolyn Scoggins Dottie Smith Paula Dean Smith Olivia Smith Phyllis Smith Vera Stokely Willena Stokely Luetta Steward and Betty Turner. Brazil s indians Rio de Many indians Are there in Bra one million five Hundred judge questions insanity plea of British Strangler London presiding Jimige instructed the jury today to consider carefully whether John r. Christie actually was in sane when he murdered his wife. He said insanity is an easy plea to make when there is no other defense. Judge sir Donald Finnemore 64-year-old Bachelor head of Britain s sunday school Union gave final instructions to the jury of nine men and three women who will decide the Fate of the Strangler of netting there was no dispute that Christie killed his wife Finne More said. He confessed among at least seven women he gassed and choked to death in his netting Hill murder House. But the judge warned that the defense plea of insanity must be looked at carefully and considered carefully because it is not a difficult thing for a person to say when he has no other defense i was mad " nor is it enough to say a Man is abnormal or the judge added. Neither is it enough to say a Man had had sexual Aber is rubber plantations were Long unsuccessful in the Western hemisphere because Leaf blight destroyed them As fast As they were planted. The nation s service for the Protection of indians spi admits frankly that it does t know exactly. The above Are guesses made by some of its experts. Such a variance naturally makes the planning of assistance programs a Little difficult. So the service is taking a census of indians. The Job spi director Gama Melcher says is especially difficult because even some of the known tribes live in regions that Are difficult of Access. There also Are tribes still unknown. A majority of the indians in Brazil the director says live in the Amazon Region. The coastal Trees with roots from one Spe tribes and those living in the cies of tree trunk from South already have been absorb and foliage from a third. I de into the brazilian population. Number of years taught Grade at Jackson school is a Jin the trunk. The Driver was patient in Blount memorial has booked on suspicion of illegally Maryville. Try sporting aliens. To freshness is the Lane a bag trn rom Cane sugar was tic possible to get your family Wash so clean had Tetso m known never before such Cuanang Power when science brought you tide it give Yon the greatest cleaning Power the was Day world bad Ever known a cleaning Power that got clothes Albaneh than any other was Fiig product you had Ever used. Till tide came along you never had it to Danl and now tide combines its terrific cleaning Power with wonderful Mil Antii. Tide a so kind to band More so than any other detergent tide is so tafe for All Wash Colon. Colors Lone tide s gentle suds will Wash As clean to but aching to 6uiin6 except for stubborn stains no need to bleach i to need to Blue a by itself tide gets shirts towels beets so dazzling White you la be i try see for yourself i my to of yet is so mild i fad m Ai Kayc of us Ute Otlmor predict a racial dispute on buses settled Baton Rouge la. A bitter racial dispute marked by a five Day Boycott of the local transit system by negroes was settled with reluctance today after a Stormy City coun cil meeting attended by 350 citizens and 70 policemen. Drivers for the Baton Rouge j bus co. And members of the United defense league a negro group agreed last night to accept an amendment to a City ordinance which would Reserve two front seats for Whites one Back seat for negroes and leave those in Between unrestricted. Gordon Dean City attorney read a statement from the league which said members of our race will accept this Compromise with upstate election commissioners named Nashville state t3oard of elections yesterday completed the naming of demo cratic election commissioners in 35 counties. They included counts and Ernest Cardwell of Elizabethton. Noel Greene Ville and Clyde Armstrong to she in. Turnmire of Sneedville. Siler and Steve Lacey Johnson City. Mrs. Lewis has Lynn Garden hoc the june meeting of the Lynn Garden Home demonstration club was held at the Lynn Gar Den Baptist Church. Sixteen members were present and the devotional was conducted by mrs. T. R. Lewis. Miss Juanita Bradley presented a movie on Toom arrange and reports on different projects were Given by the Dif Ferent members. The july meeting will take place at the presbyterian Church. Beat the heat with Ream Ciu Don let bugs spoil summer activities now Kilt bugs 3 ways with Keal Kiu Bug ki1ler and Beal Kiu insect Yohb now More effective than old fashioned insecticides real kill kills bugs by Contact ingestion and vapor action. Don t let annoying insects spoil your summer. Keep real kill Handy at All times. Guaranteed 12 01 can Ouart Hunt s peaches n j hostess Pink Salmon can Bush s Best Beans 21? 23c open 7 Days a week quart Jar Mayonnaise by Bush Tony dog food 3 23c Large re also 29 surf Deal Silver dust 29 Lux toilet soap Reg.size3for25c lifebuoy toilet soap Reg. Size 3 for 25c bathsize2for27c quart size Wesson Oil m Ops. Musselman s Tomato juice Kre Mel All flavors 3 for 25 lab. Box Sunshine crackers Blue or red Label Karo syrup size 22 Choice meat at better buys lean fresh ground hamburger 3 ibs 89c Dar mix dry milk makes five quarts save Good flavor Corn produce fresh tender Green Beans 2 29c Long Green cakes 3 14c ice cold watermelons White Lily flour bag 89 1o-lb. Bag Plain self rising 3-lb. Can Snowdrift in rib or brisket Stew beef in 15c fresh tender cubed Steak in 35c Coffee Dye and Lowe supermarket air conditioned for your Comfort open 7 Days a week Gate City Hwy. 7 . To 12 . Sunday 2 . To 8 . Tobor City a

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