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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - June 29, 1953, Kingsport, Tennessee8 monday june 29, 1953 Kingsport times Nancy necessary and parents in fair condition Road continued from Page 1 places Only five feet away from the existing . Road. We Are attempting to save the tax payers of the City what we con Sider an unnecessary financial he said. War continued from Page 1 in a series the chinese have hurled at South korean units in recent aimed at punishing them for resisting an armistice. On the Eastern front third Rok division troops recaptured Norton a. Spa miss twas a Trout that the by eve Nancy necessary. Dobyns Ben Oass Road was first planned by Nett High school t e a c h e a the Kingsport planning commis a Bathe Nespor Anning Ohms bau1e and Fier parents. Or. And mrs. Sion in 1943, and nearly two Henry necessary Clinchport va., thirds of it was actually built Byl were seriously injured in an the government at that time. The automobile Accident near Here completion of this Road was de Lookout is the Western Anchor saturday afternoon. Played for some time by the Lack of a formed after the miss necessary her father and of a Bridge Over Reedy Creek. Reds drove up to five Miles South mrs. Sue necessary Are in nor this Bridge was built by the state in the past two weeks. Ton general Hospital where at in 1951 i two other smaller actions were tenants said monday afternoon City officials and chamber of sunday nl8nt the the condition of All three a Commerce representatives sex began a counterattack tents is fair. Pressed Surprise at that time a East of the Yukhan River in reports Here were that the cording to correspondence that Eastern Korea in an attempt to necessary car collided with a be took la that How officials i gain lost ground Between the hide driven by Clyde White of objected to the use of the and Christmas Hill. Other Appalachia on a curve on the by the Public one of the at sniper Ridge on the East Powell Valley Road Hospital at Cipal objections raised concerned Central front where two com Deoh and funeral notices drowns tenants said a full examination the possibility of damage or mined. Taxes sabotage to Railroad cars of explosives on tracks adjacent to the Road. However it is under stood that the City counters this argument with the fact that shipments of explosives Are largely made by trucks on the Monist platoons probed for about an hour before being driven Back. Fifth air Force Back in business after overcast sunday flew 23 support missions for frontline troops by 1 p. M. Mon Day. Continued from Page 1 the leadership did not disclose its full hand but indications the delegation also expects to Fli a i a were that it had rounded up out that the St Bibb Alie Slbil votes to Force a meeting of the Road crosses numerous Public committee if necessary. This roads by underpass overpass and a can be done by a petition of a Trade Crossings. Chr Ria majority of the 25 member ten Days ago it was announced 3 group that the army ordnance corps Reed in a voice filled with i had granted permission for pub emotion told the House i m not Reed demanded a showdown now and urged Congress to kill the measure. Lie use of a portion of the by pass but City manager Moulton pointed out at this time that this did not cover the entire by fire in the Street pass Road As the City requested but still made it necessary to build a Large Section of Road and spend a great Deal of Money on new York i two radio i removal of a High tension line. Car patrolmen saw smoke Andi members of the delegation sex sounded an alarm at . Pressed Confidence that when sleepy eyed firemen matter was thoroughly sex up to the scene in an engine and planned to High army officers found Only a few burning papers who have to make the decision apparently started by a Cigar a they will cooperate in making Ette under a Street grating. This by pass available to All the a 26-year-old Sullivan county parolee Carl Lee Bloomingdale Road arrested sunday night and charged with f Elon foully assault ing his brother will have to com plete serving an unfinished on term. General sessions judge s. G. Gilbreath or. Said monday. The sessions judge said he had been advised that the parole officer had revoked Lee s parole following the alleged assault. Constable Howard Hensley who arrested Lee sunday night said the Man attacked his brother Lyle Lee at the letter s mar Ket on Gate City Highway. Andrew c. Larkins Andrew c. Larkins 44, died of a heart attack at . Sun Day Enro Ute to his Home in mor Rison City Tenn., after visiting relatives in Hawkins county. Larkins was an employee of Mead corporation in Kingsport. He was born and raised in Hawkins county and had lived in Morrison City since 1947. He attended the primitive Baptist Church. He was a Veteran of world War ii and was a member of the Hammond american legion Post in Kingsport. Survivors Are his widow mrs. Alma Blair Larkins Morrison City six sons. Fuller Herbert James Ray Thomas and Eddie All of Kingsport four daughters mrs. Warren Barrett Kingsport mrs. Allen Elkins Sug Ornsville mrs. Elton Forbes Norfolk va., and miss Ethel Larkins Morri son City four Brothers Robert Larkins k i n g s p o. To Eldredge Larkins Neil and James Larkins Kingsport seven Sisters mrs. Ken Blair Surgoinsville mrs. Hoy Derrick Kingsport mrs. Sam Joyce jr., Kingsport mrs. Willard Oakes Baltimore md., mrs. Arley Heath Baltimore md., mrs. Nellie Fields Church Hill and mrs. Ralhp Matlock Kingsport his Mother mrs. Rebecca Larkins. Church Hill five half Brothers Harrison and John Larkins Church Hill. Gale of Rogersville Bill and Tom of Kingsport and one half sister mrs. Cora Birchfield Chur ii Hill. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Hamlett Dobson funeral Home. Hospital sunday morning after a lingering illness. Mrs. Collins was a Pioneer Resi Dent of Kingsport. She made her Home with the j. W. Dobyns family for 16 years. She was a member of the St. Mark methodist j3hurch. Survivors include her husband Preston Collins one brother pres Coltrine of Galax a. 10 nephews and two nieces. Funeral arrangements Are in Complete. Hamlett Dobson funeral Home is in charge. Mrs. T. E. Hurst Ore Neville spa mrs. T. E. Hurst 79, widow of a for Mer Kingsport City judge died sunday morning in a Greene Volle Hospital. She had been ill for the past two weeks. Continued from Page 1 feet became entangled in a sub merged wire Fence and she was unable to Rise to the surface. Searchers recovered the body an hour later. She was to be buried at 2 . Today. Ernest Robinson a 40-year-old Athens Tenn., Man fell off a Houseboat and drowned in Watts bar Lake saturday. He and his wife had been fishing. Mrs. Rob Inson returned Home and he was to join her saturday night. Rob Inson was alone when the Acci Dent occurred. He was to be buried at . Today. Monday City court a truck Driver involved in a minor wreck at Cumberland and the radio car reported to to people lice Headquarters i Small fire extinguished firms earning less than and that the victim received be disgusted fire a year. Ivere cuts on the head. Hensley said the attack was made with a Blunt instrument tires famous first Quality deluxe regular list i e t Rock Bottom priced at. Robert p. Mayo Church Hill p. Mayo 76, of Church Hill route 2, died at . Saturday at his Home after a lingering ill Ness. Surviving Are his widow mrs. Alice Mayo one daughter mrs. Julia Phillips Church Hill one brother c. R. Mayo Bristol Tenn. One sister mrs. Fred Mauk Surgoinsville Tenn. Three grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral services were to be held at 2 . Monday at the Mcpheeters Bend Baptist Church the Rev. Herman Christian Andi the Rev. Lee James officiating. I burial was to follow in the Church cemetery. Wilson funeral Home was to be in charge of the services. Mrs. Preston Collins mrs. Preston Collins died at. The Holston Valley Community mrs. Hurst was the daughter of the late judge a. N. Shoun and Catherine Johnson shoun of Greeneville. Her husband had served As a Sullivan county magistrate and was associated with Kingsport improvement company. They lived in Florida and Johnson City before moving to Kingsport in 1915. Mrs. Hurst was Kingsport s first librarian and held that Post for 17 years. She had lived in Greeneville for the past 10 survivors Are one sister mrs. J Hazel s. Burbage of four nieces mrs. Y. L. Hampton and mrs. John Mcnett of Kings port mrs. John Willoughby and mrs. Millard Kreeger of Greene Ville three nephews Robert Morrell of san Leandro cal., or. Alexander shoun of Tucson ariz., and Beverly Burbage of Knoxville. Funeral services will be held at Asbury methodist Church in Greeneville at . Tues Day. Burial will follow in Oak prove cemetery. Riser funeral Home will be in charge. Center streets sunday was fined in City court monday on a reckless driving charge. The defendant testified that he misjudged the Speed of an approaching car As he attempted to Cross Center St. Another charge of reckless driving against a second truck Driver was dismissed after the defendant told the court his brakes failed causing him to ram the rear of a car on Center St. Saturday. Six men were fled each on guilty pleas to Public drunk enness charges. Demo diplomacy record printed Washington state department at the urging of Republican senators is Rush ing publication of an official his tory of u. S. Diplomacy under the Roosevelt and Truman administrations. Plans for the project which i May run upwards of. 40 volumes were revealed in a private memorandum prepared for gop senators by the staff of the Senate Republican policy committee. Hinting that the forthcoming disclosures May provide the re publicans with Campaign ammunition the memorandum said the veil of secrecy that has surrounded much of the Diplo Macy of the Roosevelt and tru Man administrations is being old Hickory Plant is safest in world Nashville Tenn. Up do font s Rayon Plant at nearby old Hickory which claims the title of the world i safest will have a plaque commemorating its record presented today by the president of the National safety Council. At a. M. Yesterday the Carnegie students to hold elections free entertainment for every body is planned for tuesday night at the civic auditorium where members of the Dale car Negie course will stage a free election of officers. The people s voice will elect a governor lieutenant governor and Secretary from candidates in three parties cowboys coun try Hicks and City slickers. The people will decide How Good they Are from the show they put on at 7 p. M. Plant became the world s safest factory with a total of More than Man hours without any time loss due to injuries the company reported. B. H. Salyer b. H. Salyer 74, of Nickelsville va., died at p. M. Sunday at his Home. Salyer a Farmer spent most of his life in Scott county. He is survived by his wife Cynthia Stapleton Salyer of Nickelsville three sons t. R. Salyer Nickelsville e. H. Salyer Blountville and w. C. Salyer of Williamsburg a. Two Brothers Scott Salyer Coeburn and or bin Salyer Norton three Sisters mrs. Melissa Holbrook Coeburn miss Susie Salyer Coeburn and mrs. Maggie hash of Johnson City 14 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. The funeral will be at the free Hill methodist Church at 2 p. M. Wednesday with the Rev. Roy Lawson and the Rev. Earl Austen officiating. The body will be taken to the Home tuesday afternoon. Burial will be in free Hill cemetery. Flowers Backer Bros. Charlemont and wat Naffa us. Service Day and night phone 2200 Groseclose Flowers far All phone 6 All see our Complete line of Frigidaire products on display appliance co. Rus tumm in Tih hurry ends july 4th Goodyear deluxe tires go on More new cars than any other Kino. Motorists buy Goodyear deluxe tires than any other kind big Trade in allowance on White sidewalls too list Price 122.05 plus fax first Quality deluxe super Cushion by famous Marathon Marathon super Cushion truck the _ famous Marathon equally Low prices on other sizes too pay As Little As a week for 4 tires free service tire store a ibis 210 f. Center phone 3330 Kingsport s greatest used car Sale every car must re sold prices in effect monday . Straight sales Only no trades wholesale or retail 1951 Pontiac 8 4-dr. 1950 Chev. 4-dr. Deluxe 895 1950 Chev. Del. Cabri. 945 look at these prices Many of hum Are fully equipped sold 1947 Ford 1947 nosh 1946 Ford 1949 Ford 1949 Ford 1948 Chevrolet 1948 Plymouth 1947 Chevrolet ,1947 Buick 1947 Ford 645 445 395 395 395 sold 1946 Oldsmobile 1946 nosh sold sold sold 150 sold trucks 1951 Ford 2-ton pickup 825 1950 Ford pickup 725 1947 Ford i12-ton come Early they won t last you can buy these cars and make Money. This is a Chance to own a second car for nearly nothing Gene Looney Auto sales s 21s Cherokee phone 4os7

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