Kingsport Times Newspaper Archives Nov 6 1952, Page 5

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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - November 6, 1952, Kingsport, TennesseeKingsport times nov. 6, 1952 5 nine defendants Are indicted by county grand jury Blountville spa nine defendants were indicted by the. Sullivan county grand jury in session Here wednesday morn ing. And the cases placed on the j criminal court docket. Three True Bills were returned against Haskel Penley on charges of breaking and entering and larceny. These cases originated in Kingsport. I Ballard Stephenson was a. Dieted on three counts including felonious assault upon a police. Man reckless driving and ing arms. Other True Bills Claude Buck Bailiff reckless driving and no Driver s Paul carry larceny Olden Shell larceny Charles Edward. Monroe breaking and Brad Casteel non support and children and Tommy j Oliver larceny. J1 two cases Bobby Ray John son certiorari and Laura Lee certiorari were placed on retired docket by judge h Rogan when state s witnesses failed to appear in court. Each Case was based on charges of failing to attend school. One Case Buster Peters charged with felonious assault was continued to the next term cd court at the state s request. Parking meters open for business All Day wednesday now that stores Are open for business wednesday shoppers will be expected to the parking meters the same in other week Days police g. W. Fletcher said night. A Fletcher said he had a trusted his men to Start in i forcing the Law beginning next most Kingsport who normally close wednesday afternoons to provide recreational opportunities for their employees have announced their stores will be open for business All Day wednesdays until Christ Mas. The new setup began yesterday. A Section of the City ordinance concerning parking meters pro. Tides for free parking on Noli Toavs and other times when. Stores Are closed but requires coins in the slots when a majority of stores Are open for1 business during Daylight hours. Fletcher said the Law was not enforced the first wednesday of the Christmas shopping season because motorists had not been and Many would have been caught unintentionally violating the Law. Whitaker Chambers penned we re cleaning House for Santa i if save condition serious Baltimore if flu Walrer Chambers remained in serious condition at st. Agnes Hospital today suffering from a heart at tack that came last monday. Doctors said his condition is expected to stay serious for some time. The 52-year-old Chambers who has a farm near West min i Ster my. Was the government s Star witness in sending Alger Hiss to prison. Two Ike backers Down in dumps Berkeley Calif. It s possible for Ike supporters to be Down in the dumps. Four at the University of California judge s orders. The a. Walsh. 18 Daniel h. Power 20 Karel a. Smith 21, and Ted Moriarity 22 nabbed by police while1 setting Eisenhower Victory Bon fires. Their sentence four Days Rak ing refuse at the City dump. To treasure always a distinctive photograph by tax i Matt Foch Scimmi 970 Gilliam cabs h. G. Owner Day and Safe and service 970 Eul Sullivan Back Baa terminal Way s first Quality Clear women s better dresses e Beautiful fabrics e All first Quality e assorted colors e broken sizes second floor f o Pete girls girls children s Nylon slips dresses shoes Nylon crepe Nylon net trim sizes 4-12 first Quality be Here Early broken sizes e Blue and red o Low tops e broken sizes Balcony Balcony Street floor visit our to land now open Penney s downstairs store boys suits Wool and Rayon combination every suit first Quality Bream sizes Aud colors Balcony women s blouses costume jewelry Rayon crepes Whites pastels sizes 32 to 38 Street floor Stone sets pearls metallic Street floor Gay Floral debit Elmo lotion women s suits half Price Dorothy Perkins weather lotion .50 Street floor Chenille spreads 400 e multicolour pattern e All White background double bed size basement ii1. Long wearing corduroys Rayon pattern effects broken sizes second floor believe me. They re great in see for yourself 1007o All Wool i i suits pin Wale Corduroy reduced from Stock single breasted assorted fabrics broken sizes Street floor full new bolts first Quality Only Lovely fall shades basement 80-sq. Percale prints e vat printed colors e washable. Of course sparkling designs basement women s House i closeouts from Stock e broken sizes basement

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