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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - March 11, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeToday s skies Sunset s-34 . Moon use thursday 4-53 am new Moon sunday . The two brightest stars to the evening sky Are Venus. In the West at . And jul or above Venus. Light from Venus reaches us tonight in Itse than 4 minutes that from Jupiter in 46 minutes All times Eastern Standard Kingsport times vol. Xxxix no. 50 Kingsport tenn., wednesday March 11, 1953 18 pages five cents the weather mostly Cloudy and mild with occasional rain tonight and thursday lowest about 45 degrees. Local noon temperature 52 last night s Low 40 tuesday s High 63. Rainfall .02 Inch. No major Bills scheduled today for Assembly mental health Bill awaits signature of gov. Clement Nashville the administration Bill to establish a. New state department of mental health on its Way to its chief Backer. Gov. Frank Clement no major Bills were scheduled for action in the general Assembly Loday. The measure passed the sen ate with opposition yesterday. Scheduled for action in the Senate today was a proposal to j prohibit county Highway com i missions from doing work for private individuals. In the House final consideration is due on Bills to repeal an act declaring the gasoline tax a tax on the consumer provide scholarships for the Blind ant deaf boost Confederate widows pensions allow counties to in i stall water systems and provide that nominees be designated by follow-1 ing the pattern set by the House last week unanimously approval the administration Bill setting see Bills Pace 18 denies ammo shortage Secretary Charles e. Wilson has told the Senate armed services com Mittee that United nations forces in Korea have enough am munition for present scale operations and will soon have enough for a More Active Type of operation. Wilson made his statement in a face to face meeting with Gen. James a. Van Fleet left who earlier had reported a critical ammunition shortage in Korea. New offensive looms in Korea us to demand apology for attack on plane Kingsport negro Given 50 years in wife slaying Jack Martin pleads guilty to charge in criminal court by Xeal o Steen times news writer n policy in in address United nations n. Y. The Exchange broke out Short the u. S. Charged today that by after British foreign Secre Russia s Bosses have embarked tary Anthony Eden said that on a policy of imperialism not despite Korea we were not yet because of any fear of aggression in world War m. By any other country but be a in that connection Gromyko cause of fear of their own people. Accused the u. S. Army of Matroci chief u. S. Delegate Henry ties in Korea. Cabot Lodge jr., general Assembly told the in while Assembly president Les government so tragically earlier Eden told the Assem Bly that it was in nobody s in Terest that world War Iii should break out. The British statesman said that with the growing strength act regarded most serious by u. S. Leaders unprovoked attack by migs Downs one another fired on korean outpost in bombers strike red training school Korea up Washington Ger Issue of whether a new United nations offensive is planned in Korea overshadowed today a Senate investigation into reported shortages of ammunition. The Senate armed services. Committee called a recess in what had been billed As a show i Down inquiry into the assertion by Gen. James a. Van Fleet that there had been serious shortages of some kinds of am munition for the 22 months he commanded the eighth army in Korea. The action was taken after showdown seen on clergy probe committee opposes Velde s suggestion _., Washington that the so later b. Pearson of Canada Gav iof the West there is no reason Matic sources predicted today it Viet Union had lost the respect Elled for order. Lodge reminded Why in should break out the United states will demand a Blu Niville the world because of its policy Gromyko that the u. S. Army he called for support of the formal communist apology and Martin Kingsport of violent words and violent you Serk to smear is the Samel United nations As a world a Cash indemnity for the Mig-15 negro pleased guilty in criminal a s army which stood beside i meeting place where opposing attack on an american plane in court nere wednesday to first the Assembly broke out into the russian army to defeat the i forces can get together and try Germany. Degree murder in the slaying of wild and had to in Europe to Settle their differences with his sex wife and was sentenced to order As Lodge spurned Lodge told Gromyko that "the1 out War. I to 3u years in state prison. Charges by Russia s Andrei a. I u. S. Army was Good enough for Eden called on the communist i a recommended 50-year prison i Gromyko that the u s. Was you in 1942, 1943. 1944 and 1945. World to agree to the Indian term reached by agreement be a doing everything in its Power to Jit would be the same today had Rean plan which the Assembly tween attorney general h. The korean War. Not the policies of the soviet adopted last december Way Smith and defense ------------1 Ney t. A. Dodson sr., was Washington Kearney a Nyi rep. Said today he approved by a jury. Judge Thomas h. Rogan pronounced sentence upon Martin at . The recommendation went to the jury at . Following 40 minutes of testimony by state s witnesses. Selection of a jury in the trial of Junior Murray Paul Murray i n i a r i i through a driving Snow Flold commander to embark today to wipe out a North to Ion a More Active of i pan outpost on the Eastern of such a Slep front in More than an hour of decided upon vicious hand to hand fighting. See offensive Page 18 blowing through Snow 10 inches deep the Rok infantry men slammed into the surprised communist position shortly after 1 . The North koreans were huddled in deep trenches. The raiders at times nearly hidden by the heavy Snow cleaned out the North korean position with bayonets rifles sub machine guns and hand Gre Nades. An hour and 15 minutes after the attack started the Roks the committee yesterday heard is absolutely opposed to any Ralph roller and Paul Carey Secretary of defense Wilson say search by the House in Ameri charged with raping a 25-year ammunition supplies have been can activities committee baby Sitter in Kingsport. Got built up sufficiently to among clergymen and will a Quick showdown on suggestion. Income tax vote slated in april Reed says he will Force a ballot Washington Bill he s witness gives views of Battle Vienna up czech Oslo the jets attacked by Mig planes yesterday were caught by czech fighter planes 25 Miles inside Czechoslovakia. To pay taxes on time plan Indianapolis ind. Wilbur Plummer assistant i j Rector of the internal Revenue i Bureau Here today said he re a note but no Money Martin was charged with Mur personal income taxes 10 Peri from a taxpayer it read Der in connection with the starting july 1 appeared Buster you will see that word from chairman Velde gun slaying of Louise Martin today to face a test you i will pay it within Rilli that the group might i her Kingsport apartment about in the House in mid april. In Moha it r 3fl no i Flat. Nupp Mpr 3 pm 3. Whether it will be confined Virginia Man Burns to death 78-year-old Farmer undertake such an investigation stirred up protests six state s witnesses including solely to reducing the from a number of Church Fig j three members of the Kingsport Lor de opened to All sorts of ures. Including Velde s own department testified at amendments including one to Tor and approval from others. Velde said during a radio in patrol Arr Sam Davis who interview monday night that it is entirely possible that the com Mittee would get into the Church Field possibly looking into the records of churchmen who moved Back into the storm Leav ing behind at least 14 North korean dead or wounded. Action along the rest of the front Early today was limited to seem to have devoted More time to politics than they have to the he issued a statement late Benhams a sol an old i yesterday saying that such an a. Eia found by grandson Erly Farmer who had reportedly gone out to Burn off a tobacco bed in a wooded area near his Home Here was found burned to minor patrol clashes. A cold rain of ecu Lulu us n o new and r death at 2 . Tuesday. Two to 10-Inch White cover Over the Eastern Battle line. James p. Hutton. 78. Was found by a grandson Alvin Hutton after the family became alarm the Brief hearing. Vest gated the shooting said he found the rear door Glass of mrs. Martin s Riverview apartment broken and an empty 16-gauge increase the personal exemption from to May depend on the attitude of the Republican leadership of the House. That leadership in line with Shotgun Shell on the living room l president Eisenhower s position floor. The wounded woman had been see court Page 18 investigation had not been considered by the committee and is not contemplated at this time by me. His statement does not pre clude the possibility of such investigations in the Vel de said but he added there is Nashville a Bill to new game setup slated in state to the Bill in any form balanced danced. Tired of waiting for the leadership controlled rules commit tee to Send the Bill to the floor rep. Daniel a. Reed Rny announced yesterday he will Force i a vote if the rules committee does t act by april 15. Reed sponsor of the Bill and chairman of the House ways and Means committee which aped when he did not return Tome. "0 need As i see it to consider abolish the present state proved it on feb 16 can demand grounded during the Momi except for a matter further j and Flash commission and on the a time but the weather cleared slight la of and a shoe was five of Velde s eight commit Transfer most of its Powers jets to Hunt for red migs. How burned 3" medical exam-1 tee colleagues promptly made j the Mpr k h mime of lpns trip Tito e Vint Ever none of the russian built Jet fighters ventured out of Man Churia. The Only other aloft during the Day were weather reconnaissance planes. Iner s. All Over the body. A watch found reported Burns Clear the chairman was not was on j speaking for them in suggesting i House today the such inquiry. Kearney said the Bill was but if he does so it would be conservation department j to a11 sorts of changes Deal introduced in the state Ine with personal income taxes. Man. Had stopped at 11 . Jin an interview rep. Deamon Headden chair Luther Holmes a fire Warden. Am demanding that United nations warplanes were i the from his Tower Call a committee i fish 20 Miles away. When rather than risk opening the introduced to amendments. Reed grounded for the second straight Day. The Only planes to take off from Allied air bases were weather reconnaissance Craft. But just before Midnight super forts braved the weather to drop 140 tons of bombs on a communist officers North of is Nanov. De the scene wooded growth was still burning. Hutton is survived by. His wid Lollie Hutton three sons Hutton of Bristol Arnold and Marshall of Benhams one daughter miss Sadie Hutton of Supply area 15 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be con ducted at 2 . Thursday at Cedar Grove methodist Church meeting under Best known red d6sl-known k6q of the House game and committee rep. James Hardin Greeneville and 22 oth Jers. Bill jury says Mcgrath Din. Introduced earlier by har chaps Wolff "d1 would be composed of has requested the rules commit tee to protect it with a special Rule. His request twice has been rejected and chairman Leo Al 60 Days or so but Don t crowd crewmen taken from Oil Tanker nine Are reported missing in Atlantic new York eight crewmen were rescued to Day from the Stern Section of a burned and broken Gulf Oil co. Tanker on which they had drifted for three Days in a North at lactic storm the coast guard Here reported. Nine persons including the Captain and his wife and the three mates of the liberian Flag Tanker Angy were reported missing presumably on the lost Bow Section of the ship. The american freighter Clai borne which rescued the sur from the broken ship radioed the coast guard that the Angy had caught fire and Farmer saw commie shoot Down plane Hun Dessen Germany up German Farmer and his i administration and Gong res a signal leaders regarded the unprovoked Downing of the plane As one of the most serious Inci dents the cold War has produced it was almost certainly due for top level discussion at presi Dent Eisenhower s weekly meet with the National Security i Council today. Some members of Congress saw the attack As a bad Omen of what the West May expect irom the men who took Over the aul 11jo t helpers gave a ringside account Reader shop of Russia after the today of the attack in which Josef Stalin. Russian built Jet shot Down an american Jet fighter on their West German farm yesterday. Karl Bauer 49, and his 10 Field hands were still shaking. The shooting blazed straight above their Low they buried their faces in slowed soil it. Warren Brown s Thun Der Jet crashed and exploded just 150 Yards away. Bauer s big farm is about. 15 Miles inside the Allied zone of Germany. It was he and his men who picked Brown from his tangled Parachute in a tree and delivered him to american officials. Here is Bauer s Story diplomatic officials however see plane Page 18 youth convicted in assault Case ten year prison term recommended by Neal o Steen times news writer f i j i Blountville spa a i first looked up when i criminal court jury Here tues heard machine guns shooting in Day found Clarence Oliver the air. It sounded like a War Len r-i11 has said he does t i exploded three Days intend to alter his position until he is certain the Federal treas Ury can stand it. Agriculture the president of the conservation league and three he has my Complete whole-1 persons appointed by the a Hunt for reds in the clergy. Mine hearted Assurance there is one from each of the remotest possibility of our grand division i of the state. The near Benhams. The Rev. Graham and the Rev. Mccarthy told in conservation commissioner j Ter viewers. Glen nicely told eague members us i Lului j in Dan the Rev. Joseph h. Albrecht last night the present commis i f. Of Coa Dante spa the Clinch Paul Brown wil1 officiate burial will i be in Cedar Grove cemetery. The body will remain at Akard fun Miami. Fla. a special Inera Home in Bristol until time Federal grand jury services racketeering has accused former i atty. Gen. J. Howard Mcgrath of using the grand jury system As a smoke screen and a grandstand j the jury reported to judge John w. Holland yesterday that it refused to become a party to the Mcgrath scheme and permit the grand jury to be used As a Whitewash for political Pur Washington Bohlen s nomination today. But pastor of the Pekin 111 first Sion s administration of game methodist Church which Velde arid fish affairs has by no Means attends said at Pekin that he j been this was thought the congressman be taken by observers to mean gov lived in Freedom of religion and error Clement approves of the speech. I action. Congress delays action on new ambassador to the soviet Union corporation posted operations at the 3 mine effective men will be affected. The number 3 mine is one of Clinchfield s oldest operations and is located at Dante Russell county Virginia. It was opened in february 1909, and has been producing approximately tons per Day. Company spokesmen stated that this mine had insufficient remaining reserves to warrant capital expenditures for mechanical mining equipment and there had been no reports of a distress message until the Clai borne happened to sight the Drifting Stern some Miles East of new York last night. A coast guard search plane put out from Argentia nfld., to search for the missing Bow and three coast guard cutters one from Argentia and two from Ocean stations were speeding to the scene. The Claiborne reported nine to 11-foot seas High winds and rain see ship Page 18 year prison sentence. The the defendant and his Young Bride of two weeks heard the verdict without planes dived right Over our House with More shooting. They see witness Page 18 lie defector test Given in slayings new City n. Y. T r i c t attorney s investigators studied lie Detector tests two boys took in connection with the sex slayings of two Little girls from the Lakeside Home for underprivileged children. The tests were administered to re set for thursday the boys tuesday night by Wil i accounts Liam Kirwan director of the new York state police Labora tory in the office of District at Torney John Skahen. Sentencing was deferred when defense attorney Robert Bur Row or. Of Bristol stated that a motion for new trial would be made. Bond for the defendant was set at by judge Thomas h. Rogan. Trial of the Oliver Case consumed the entire Day tuesday. The Jack Martin murder Case and the rape trial of four Kings port youths were passed to wednesday and trial of Lloyd Dodson on a murder charge was probes say Man. Lost Way found Good Job the report a As signed by e. Chip Bohlen to be group s Foreman. President me ambassador to Russia faced fur Gregor Smith of the Florida ther delay today against a Back Power and Light company. Ground of increasing tension in i Eisenhower s nomination of i chairman Wiley a wis postponed until next tuesday yester Day s scheduled vote by the for eign relations committee. He acted at the request of senators shortly after the jury was pm u. relations. Ferguson a Mich and know panelled a year ago the report and the ceremonious funeral of j land a Calif stated it became perfectly a i Josef Stalin was followed by the Parent that no information would be Given to the jury and the u. S. Attorney knew that none was available that would show the existence of crime organized crime or the report added to was Crystal Clear that the jury sys tem was being used by the at Torney general s office As a smoke screen. On the second Day of this jury s sessions we discussed at length among ourselves the Cor Respondence setting up these juries. We resented keenly that the head of the Justice depart ment would use the grand jury system As a grandstand at the same session the com Mittee voted to postpone action indefinitely on the anti enslave ment Resolution urged by Eisen Hower. There were no signs it would be revived anytime soon if at All. The Senate democratic policy committee had endorsed unanimously the original administration sponsored Resolution. But the democrats walked when the Republican majority on the for eign relations committee added an amendment saying passage week by the state of the Resolution would not mean to report on and Analyse such j Congress was passing on the a unceremonious burial by the Senate foreign relations com Mittee of an Eisenhower pro posed Resolution to condemn Russia for perverting wartime agreements by enslaving free Peoples. Sen. Humphrey d Minn said the shooting Down of an american fighter plane by two russian made Mig jets in the american zone of Germany emphasized a need for speeding Bohlen to Moscow As arged last developments. A Limity or the invalidity of the the plan of gop leaders had i big Power agreements made be been for the Senate to act in world War ii. That ended All prospects latest modern cleaning the Resolution s passage by the equipment and that Market substantial unanimity sought j conditions were such that the by Secretary of state Dulles. In View of uncertainty Over what May happen inside Russia most senators now agree with sen. George a a that it is Best to hold up any Resolution for the time being lest criticism of the soviet government unify the people behind Premier Mal Venkov. In asking delay on the Bohlen nomination Ferguson said he wanted to get certain papers dealing with the Yalta Confer ence at which Bohlen served As interpreter for president Frank Lin d. Roosevelt. Washington amused Senate investigators today dug into the Case of the Man who lost his a state depart ment information consultant who went to the wrong office his first Day at work and stayed last november. Since then be tween consultant duties he has used the same office to work on a Book Mccarthy said. He said the subcommittee is gathering details of the Case and will make them soon. Mccarthy said thursday s hearing will Deal with waste. And mismanagement involving with the closing of number 3 a wis of the Senate Perma a voice radio transmitter near mine there will be in investigating subcommittee Vienna Austria. At Dante Headquarters of the j said the unidentified employee the subcommittee has mine could not continue opera there on the payroll for More tons without such modern in j than two years. Prove ments. Chairman Joseph r. Mccarthy corporation the number 2 mine and number 52 mine. Company spokesmen further stated that these operations can adequately serve the business and customers for Dante coals. Other than the Dante operations Clinchfield operates three other mines in Virginia. The out put of these together with the two remaining mines at Dante Knowland chairman of the i will be approximate tons Senate gop policy committee per Day. Clinchfield s production said the question which con for the year 1952 increased 15 i corned him was testimony about Over that for 1951, with approx Russia Given by Bohlen to a mately tons being pro closed session of the committee last week. The testimony has not been made Public. Diced in Virginia and Over tons production in West Virginia. Was not taken off the regular payroll until shortly after elec Tion last november. Even then Cei Ved testimony it was Learned that an original decision to build a super powerful High Al he remained As a Day to Day Titue Tower was scrapped ill a of what happened on a lonely Sid Road Between Bristol and Bluff City about noon last june 27 formed the Crux of the Oliver trial. The housewife s Story that she i was dragged from a parked truck into a Roadside Thicket and raped was contradicted by Testi Mony of the defendant who claimed that the woman submitted willingly. According to testimony of both principals the Roadside incident happened shortly after Oliver stopped the truck he was driving on the outskirts of Bluff City and the complainant a to Tal stranger accepted a ride. The complainant Mother of one child gave her version of the alleged crime during a full testimony tuesday morn ing. A missed bus in Bluff City see youth Page 18 so lunar tables of Solu oar Panda a or thud Tylow thai Iron jo6n Alden sold n As tables Plu paid consultant until Early this week. Mccarthy s subcommittee has been investigating the voice of America and other state department information activities. The Wisconsin Republican said Public hearings on the voice will be resumed tomorrow. Mccarthy said the lost state department employee not Only stayed on the payroll at the place he landed by mistake but kept his desk after he was divorced from the regular payroll duration. Of Vor of a less powerful transmitting Tower. The subcommittee questioned four state department witnesses behind closed doors tuesday. Mccarthy identified two of them As Herbert Fierst who Dorics with state d nations Liaison and David Cushing Coyle an information specialist. Two others gave their names As Robert l. Thompson and John Mcjennett both of the department s office of pub i lie affairs. Tour omit to out Rou Rood Urr Tor or Auto inf Ruhlin

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