Kingsport Times Newspaper Archives May 7 1953, Page 16

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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - May 7, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeF Holston Valley High school Estes Kefauver has a big smile of Wel come for members of the senior class of hoist on Valley High school who stopped to see him while on their annual tour of Washington last Friday. The students accompanied by two of their instructors included Many historical Sites in their tour of the capital. Photo by f. Clyde Wilkinson m Murfreesboro gives hero s Welcome Murfreesboro t h e Hometown gave a hero s Wel a come today to Cpl. Joe t. Back after 13 months in North. Korean prison Camps. The 20-year-old Rutherford county boy the first Middle tennessean to return arrived Irr Nashville yesterday for a noisy train Side Welcome by friends and civic leaders. Today he led a main Street Parade that climaxed with Spe Cial ceremonies at Central High big Welcome he still remained about the calmest of the crowd. I m just so proud to be he said i never thought i d make townspeople promised to re Spect his wishes for a quiet visit As soon As today s activities Are Over. He was wounded March 31, 1952 by shrapnel from a communist mortar Shell. He Sancken with ocular tuber cd meanest thieves plague a Blind woman Farmer Washington up twelve years ago Alice Haines and her Mother then 65, invested in a run Down 45-acre farm in Fairfield county a. At the time miss Haines who Jii Isi. Xcvi oiici.1, 11c of Jill i ceremonies at Central for u and is now Blind was schoo where he picked him up to a in the loss of a member of this year s graduating class had he volunteered when he turned 18. He will get a certificate of appreciation from students plus honors from the future Farmers of America. Cecil Elrod of the Murfreesboro chamber of Commerce was in charge of today s festivities. On hand to Greet Young Joe yesterday were his father and Stepmother or. And mrs. George Heath and a Cousin mrs. Dex i Ter Adams. And waiting to Greet him As. The special motorcade brought him Home from Nashville yesterday was a shy pretty Bru Nette Hazel Redmond of eagles Ville. Neither would say if they were anything but friends How Ever. Military officials whisked Heath from the station for a Quick medical exam at Stewart air Force base where doctors prescribed a Home remedy be fore he reports Back monday for a further medical checkup. Publicity shy Heath had re Quested no fuss Over his return and even bought civilian clothes in san Francisco so no one would recognize him in route. Jovial and Happy at yesterday s Rice Paddy. I came to and discovered i was lying Between two red sol Diers in some kind of crude hos he recalled. He said red medics would t make Good an Imal Heath brought out news of a Cousin James w. Harrell 22, of Murfreesboro and a Nashville Soldier Paul Myatt. Both Are alive and Xin prison Camps he about his remarkable Taid. Asked Progress from Stretcher patient when exchanged to his present vision forced her to seek new Means of support and while her Mother held a daytime Job miss Haines saw to the chores of a Chicken farm. With 300 laying hens miss Haines netted a profit of per Hen her first year in the enter prise. Business flourished and the publicity Given to her Effort brought More Prosperity through the years. It also brought trouble. Unbelievable As it May seem people actually began to raid the Chicken farm. She lost As Many comparative Good health Heath As 750 chickens in one night by replied such Means As outright Hijack i got better every mile i came ing to More scientific methods nearer to like Anesther timing the Birds 16 thursday May 7, 1953 Kingsport times close out Sale we have lost our lease and must close out our entire Stock of Fine f at a saving to you of my below our in regular Low prices come in and help yourself to these savings Market Street grocery Market St. Near Kingsport times news Russia says 7 americans arriving in Moscow monday Washington Russia e. P. Smith lives on it. 1, hoi Den to. Lawrence a. Zellers methodist missionary whose parents live on it. 3, Weatherford Tex. Miss Strauss to get new position with United nations has advised the United states that seven american civilians re leased from detention in Korea will arrive in Moscow monday. The state department announcing this late wednesday said it was trying to arrange for an american plane to Fly them to the United states. The seven americans were seized at the outbreak of hostilities in Korea nearly three years ago. They include five methodist missionaries and a Catholic Maryknoll priest. The United states appealed to Russia several weeks ago to use its influence with North korean authorities to obtain the release of the americans. The embassy asked for russian Aid in freeing 13 americans. In reply the North koreans said they would free seven but hat three others had died and he remaining three never had been heard from. The seven americans who Are of arrive in Moscow Are William Robert Booth Maryknoll priest whose next of Kin is Robert Booth 8831 138th St., Jamaica n. Y. Louis Leo dans whose sister mrs. Sally Berger lives at 3120 Tulare St., Fresno Calif. Nellie Arkansas Dyer method St missionary whose Mother re ides at 1628 Independence St., Tan Way Ark. Anders Kristian Jensen meth dist missionary whose wife lives in Cumberland a. Mary Helen Rosser methodist missionary who has a sister Rosalie Rosser at general hos Lital Knoxville Tenn. Bertha Adkisson Smith meth dist missionary whose brother Chattanooga up miss Anna lord Strauss former United states Delegate to the United nations says she has been briefed by the state department for an assignment in the Malayan countries. Her work will be with women for citizen participation in government she told the Tennessee league of women voters Here yesterday. Miss Strauss said she Antici pates trouble in explaining Why the u. S. Failed to ratify the in human rights declaration. Where there is a pattern of communism news stories from America always concern racial discrimination political machines poor housing conditions and now quite Likely corruption in she said. Miss Strauss who from 1944 to 1950 was president of the National league of women voters told the Tennessee league about the work of the in and said there was conflict in National customs which delayed the work. For example foreign delegates cannot accept our habit of grab Bing a Quick snack at the desk while continuing work she said. Senate okays Bill on reorganization Washington sen ate passed and sent to the House yesterday separate Bills to establish commissions on Federal state relations and on reorganization of the Federal government. The Federal state commission asked by president Eisenhower would give special attention to u. S. Grants to the states. It would have 25 members 15 named by the president and five each by the Senate president and the speaker of the House. The reorganization group patterned after the former one headed by sex president Herbert Hoover would have 12 members. Each would be appointed by the president and by the presiding officers in Congress. Genealogists have traced the ancestry of Queen Elizabeth of England to Woden fourth Cen Tury germanic tribal King later defined As Odin for whom wednesday is named. Of at rat 100 different elements known to modern scientists Only tin Gold Silver Iron Lead Sulphur Mercury and Carbon were known to men who lived before the year one. One Delegate was quoted As saying you Are killing me with cold Sandwich lunches talking business business business All the most foreign Folk she said de vote two hours to lunch and want social conversation. Few in meetings Start on schedule miss Strauss said. To Ward the end of the sixth As Sembly in Paris she said she found that delays had Cost two and one half weeks of time. The United into a position of world sometimes makes mistakes in i International situations because of a Lack of experience miss Strauss said. This country must realize our International actions can t be based Only from an Intra United states Point of View mrs. Harry Bainbridge of Oak Ridge was unanimously elected president of the league before miss Strauss spoke at a luncheon. The convention ends today with a world affairs conference at which miss Strauss will pre Side and adoption of budget and work programs for the next two years. Esther Williams Star of . T dangerous when wet Sunbeam Foi had its before such cleaning Power when science brought you tide it gave you the greatest cleaning Power the was Day world had Ever known a cleaning Power that got clothes cleaner than any other washing product you had Ever used. Till tide came along you never had it to clean so mild so Safe and now tide combines its terrific cleaning Power with wonderful Mildner. Tide is so kind to hands More so than any other leading detergent made. And so Taje for All Wash Colon. Colon love tide s gentle Nihil wrung White clothes no bleaching no bluing except for stubborn stains no need to bleach no need to Blue All by itself tide gets clothes dazzling White. No wonder More women use tide in their washing automatic and All other any other product fold get tide today was it possible to get your family Wash so Dean m fio other detergent known nothing Eise will Wash As cum yet is so mild

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