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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - June 29, 1953, Kingsport, Tennessee10 monday june 29, 1953 Kingsport times reserves of the 31st special infantry company Johnson City do their laundry in their spare time while attending summer Camp at Parris is land s. C. Left to right they Are pfc. Lowell w. Robins 1775 Johnson City Highway Kings port pvt. Howard w. Whitaker route 9, Jonesboro pvt. James e. Arnold Wilson ave. Pvt. Bobby c. Evans Oakland gardens pvt. Sonny s. Morgan 700 East Maple St., Allol John son City. Official Marine corps photo Rev. D. R. Morris makes extinguished Windshield wiper inventor is dead Birmingham up an 87 year old woman who invented the Windshield wiper Early in this Century is dead. Miss Mary Anderson died Sud Denly at her summer Home in Monteagle tenn., saturday night. Born on an Alabama Planta Tion miss Anderson was visiting in new York City when the idea came to her. She noticed a trolley motor Man had to keep his Windshield open on a Slushy Winter Day to see ahead and decided that was t . When she returned to Birm Ingham she invented the Origi Nal fan Type Windshield wiper. She was granted a 17-year Pat ent in 1903 for a window clean ing device for electric cars and other vehicles to remove Snow. Ice a sleet from the the first models were hand operated. Funeral series and burial were held Here today. Jockey drowns Lawrenceburg by. Robert Carter 16, of Versailles an apprentice jockey drowned yesterday in the Kentucky River. Members of his swimming parly said he crossed the River and started Back when he Sank. The body was recovered within three hours. Carter Rode for a. B. Han cock. Or. Man injured As car skids off Highway Hugh b. Holloway 43, of Knox i Ville was admitted to the hol Ston Valley Community Hospital at . Sunday for injuries ushered when his car skidded off Highway about a mile from the Kingsport City limits. He was treated for a the hit _ left shoulder and lacerations of no for Tiarks the left upper . He was near were leased after treatment. Corporal Hugh p. Barger of the Tennessee Highway patrol said that Holloway stated he was hit from behind by another car As he was coming South toward Kingsport. Corporal said when Holloway s car was hit it knocked him into a stake which then caused the car to spin entirely around and land in the ditch. Barger said the car was a total loss. Or. Eisenhower Tours Colombia Medillin Colombia Milton s. Eisenhower the u. S., president s representative on a tour of South America has a i Rived Here from Bogota. The was greeted yesterday by the department provincial nov. Wernor and other local officials. Ville. Knox county reported three deaths including a Friday Acci Dent which killed two women. Other fatalities were recorded in Grundy Knox Claiborne Carter Hamblen Tipton and Shelby counties and near Morristown. Crash kills two Elizabethtown by. Iff mrs. Elizabeth Lindsey Brown mrs. Annie Bowman 41, both of Louisville were killed yesterday when their Automo bile skidded into a Watermelon truck near Elizabethtown. Three other persons were injured. Jealousy blamed for fatal knifing of by. Waitress Middlesboro by. Jealousy was attributed As a pos sible motive today for the death of a waitress who was stabbed 22 times by a Man who fled in the dark. Edith Fay Hyleman 23, of White Pine tenn., c r a 1 e d screaming from a Cabin it the tourist court where she was employed Early yesterday and died shortly after she was taken to a Hospital. Police said a Man had been seen lurking in the shadows around the tourist court. Long life formula los Angeles up miss Jennie Long who celebrated her 103rd birthday sunday has a three Point formula for living to a Ripe old age 1 never work 2 Don t get married and 3 be the youngest child in the family so you la be spoiled. Kefauve speaker for Ala. Tva rally Huntsville Ala. Up sen. Estes Kefauver will be principal speaker at a to a rally to which delegations from throughout the Tennessee Valley Are invited Here july 24. Save the Tva is the slogan of the Huntsville Junior Cosyn Ber of Commerce which is Spon Soring the gathering in big Spring Park. Moving Call 948 Tom still Transfer co. Try Kil s soothing touch irritation drits up blisters inf Rakef no mess invisible in skin Al colb1. Aul Moo Itoh Ivy Kil Why pay reckless Driver if you re x careful gee Tenuis state farm Ptah to be Dif fimm sate farm s careful driven Malo their n i n i rates v c. F. Tayim my Bristol Hwy. I2u2 visit like Cherokee ghost Al Stone Gap by James Tatlock Adams razor which was made i Germany big Laurel living in the year 1720 and which has alone both sides of the Pine Moun-1 been in constant use by the men Tain Virginia and Kentucky Bor Bis family Ever since. He uses Der Are familiar with the Story of it regularly for shaving himself the ghost of the Cherokee who re Wise county he says is just As turned Over the Trail of tears he had pictured it from hearing his from the West to visit the Home and father describe it so Many times Bunting grounds of his ancestors j rough but a Beautiful and attract Many Are old timers who live country. Will Tell you that they with their i on arriving at the Home of his own eyes saw if not the ghost mrs. Lilly Roberson he was of the Cherokee something that seated in a chair which was made looked mighty like an Indian. For his Mother seventy years ago but. A few Days ago Mosi eve and which has been in the Riner Ery body in this Section of the Ever since. But it passes try turned out to Greet and make into the Morris family As mrs. Welcome Daniel Riner Morris Roberson presented it to Rev. Who like the ghost of the Chero Dan and he shipped it to his so Kee. Returned from the West to Kane Home before leaving for the visit the Homes of his. Ancestors West. He says now that he s and to search out his cousins his folks he expects to visit other Kin most of whose names them regularly about once every he had never heard and they had two years. Never heard of him. Back around civil War time Alexander c. Morris of the crab Orchard Section of Lee county. Va., came courting on the head of Indian Creek just Over the Hill from the present Village of big Laurel. There Young Alex Morris wooed and won miss Sarah Riner i to be his wife. Sarah was the Arestova b. C. Cpl new daughter of Daniel Riner a Pioneer fire raids by Radical sons of settler most noted primitive Bap-1 Freedom Dou Kobors sent 10 list minister in this part of up m smoke Over the week end in an apparent at tempt to steal attention from the marriage of John j. Verigin big Gap the bus station Barber shop oper ated by Henry Hightower was the scene of an Early thursday morning Blaze. An electric clip per had been left plugged in and during the night caused a Short which resulted in a Small fire about . Officers Townsend and Edwards noticed the fire and after gaining Entrance used a Hose to i extinguish the fire. Hightower estimated the damage at easier Dou Kobors Burn 10 Canadian Homes unnerved and upset by any Little noise . 23 always found a Welcome. In the fall of 1900 Alexander c. Morris sold his crab Orchard docks. Farm and loading his few family Puj to the heirlooms and keepsakes into trunks Valise and satchels trav Leader of Canada s orthodox saturday Verigin was Young the land of Promise for Many of and three at Winlaw. All three our Cumberland Mountain country communities lie within the Trou men. Bled Kootenay area of British Morris settled at a Little place Columbia called Durango in the Rocky mrs. Henry Malicoat it Nortner part his that mrs. Henry Mali 1, Middlesboro ky., was deficient in vitamins and min Verigin great grandson of federals which no Ecol contains for Ter the lordly Verigin. For she is so enthusiastic in her Praise Mer spiritual Leader of Canada s of no Ecol As evidenced in her Dou Kobors is Secretary of Theetter which follows i want to with memories of her far away orthodox communities. J Tell everybody about parents named the Bov for her the fire raiders made their she declares Torso Many treat father Daniel Riner Morris. Strike. Saturday night just two j to me t a few years later the Morrisey weeks after a similar Torch raid Der j tej0jce the Relief following the imprisonment of i was suffering from sons of Freedom terrorist who sweats and agonizing pains in my e lived out i where Daniel Riner Morris has spent most of his 52 years Forest ranging and railroading and Fol lowing in his famous Grandfather s footsteps As a minister and writ ins religious poems Many of which have appeared in Church periodicals and newspapers of the had been convicted of arson. Errors on gasoline hospitalize five Boone n. C. A _ to Hunt up his few Worth of Kin Dan Morris had never been landed five men in a Hospital farther East than St. Paul Here. Which he had once visited on Busi sheriff Earl d. Cook said Rob Ness. But he knew Wise county Ert Miller thinking three men and the upper end of Lee better who came to pay the Small Gas than most folks who have lived Bill were burglars shot o. C. Here All their lives. He said he Watson in the leg and conked often sat for hours listening am Watson and Ray Norris father and an old neighbor talk hot. Neck and Back. Any Little noise up set and unnerved me. A Friend recommended no Ecol and i heard it praised Over the radio so i tried it. Now i rejoice As i spread the Good news to others for my neck and Back pains no longer bother me the night sweats have stopped and my nerves Are so much improved that i can rest and sleep mrs. Malicoat s Fine letter is a Challenge to you to try no Ecol if you suspect you have a deficiency. Your Money Back on the an ambulance of their boyhood Days on Pigeon Creek Indian Creek powells and guests Rivers. In fact or. Mor to a Hospital collided with Ris settled Down in the Adams in which a Boone news photog i Cool family Library which he visited rather Palmer Blair was racing and talked for an hour rattling j to the scene to get pictures. Blair off names of Small streams hoi with a knee injury and the am lows Flats coves and Bottoms i balance Driver with several rib that this writer had never heard fractures went to the Hospital named before. F n three Days after the arrival or. Morris his wife Edith inks Morris and their three daughters Rose Marie 15 Juanita 13 and Susie 10, s family reunion was held at the Home of mrs. John Riner. Widow of Dan Morris deceased Uncle and was attended by Riner and Morrisey from All sections of Southwest Virginia. East Kentucky and upper East Tennessee. Or. Morris addressed the As Sembly and preached a Sermon to them. His Uncle. W. Scott Roberson husband of the Only surviving child of elder Daniel Riner Lilly and a Cousin. Glen Gibson both of the Tasco Community served As guides while the Morris family were Here. Them nine vitamins and twelve minerals a car get them a in nu-beco1 mail orders filled. Send plus 25c for postage and handling in Check or Money order to Cole co., 712 17th St., Knoxville Tennes see. On Sale at All Cole drug stores. Sunburn Uhvin ref Mrak get fast 3-second the Rev. Dan had with him a Sheet mystery to Mark bed sheets for guest rooms or various bed sizes sew a Little coloured thread in the hem. Makes identification easy. Ask your grocer for roman 1 bleach we fib Cooling Relief Don t fool around with unproved measures. For fast Relief get Cool snowy White Beach tested nox Aetna. Iti marvelous medicated for Mula has made it More trusted More widely used than All other sunburn preparations combined. And noxzema is does t stain clothes. You can dress right after applying it. Get noxzema today. 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