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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - November 25, 1958, Kingsport, Tennessee Taf Don f know Hurt Kingsport times vol. Olill no. 234 Kingsport Tenn., tuesday nov Tabor 14 Page five to took in 59 City m it Iso Eastern planes grounded. Judge issues restraining order to halt Pilot strike against american airlines Miami. Fun. An Lith hour court order blocked a pilots strike american airlines and prevented the thanksgiving holi Day air travel crisis from Bucom Jing worse. Two other airlines Avci paralysed by strikes. The air line pilots Assn. Had threatened to strike american at Midnight. Federal judge Freder ick v. P. Bryan issued Tempo Rary restraining order monday night enjoining the walkout. Eastern air lines the country s largest nor passenger Carrier shut Down operations monday As i Light engineers and mechanics went out. B. T. Robertson Minier o trl Al tors Airport said tuesday morning that i Orvlee at the air Here has not been affected by the i Trike. Capital air Llars went bark Inu Milce Here today. Our service will continue Maul at far our air Lulea can take Kob Erlson where they nuke i a Iii a Toni with Boke in strike we cannot fun Arante be added. Kola rim everything was booked up and extra sections Are expected to be in use Over the he Bald the air part the Holiday Rush to Start tomorrow when College Itu Denta will Belin Belr vacations trans world airlines has beet struck by machinists. Since Friday. The strike at Eastern sent Holl Lay travellers Rushing or alternate . Other airlines were expanding heir schedules and railroads added facilities to handle the thanks giving buy throngs. But it a hint thousands of students servicemen and others would not get Home. Judge Bryan s order required the pilots association to show cause by Fri Dikiy Why it should not be enjoined from striking. It suf. Ilcent cause is not shown the be gout Lons continue on the association s demands for higher pay a Shorter work schedule and Othni Rule changes. American asked for the restrain ing order on the grounds thai Quler Emonts Lor mediation and i civil aeronautics Board in Wash usher compulsory Cooling offi Englon for emergency authority measures. To serve Miami from new York measures. The association argued it had fulfilled All such requirements. About Eastern employees stopped work and both sides pre pared for what they predicted would be a Long strike. A com Pany spokesman expressed doubt that it would be settled by Christ Mas. Meanwhile capital airlines said it would return to Normal operations by today. A machinists so Roku Al capital More than a month ago has been nettled. A spokesman for the Pennsyl. Vanla Railroad said i he Lino hit been carrying extra niulpmcn1 walkout by us pilots would i since the capital strike violate hallway labor act re Universal air lines asked hit and Chicago and National air incs said it will run additional in Kohls. Eastern serves 124 elites in 25 states Mexico puerto Loco and Bermuda. Neither Patty to the strike has reported any Nove to straighten out contract Dollfe inces that touched off inc strike. On strike Are the flight Engi neers internal lentil Assn. And the International Assn of machinists. Those who weren t members of either Union were Union slew Ord esses observing the others picket lines. Eastern said 11 will furlough the Palmier of its employees in batches As shutdown operations Are completed. A new strike was threatened against a Carrier plying North South routes from loj Angeles to Medford. Machinists Tor Pacific air lines said they would sir Lac dec. 2 unless agreement is reached on new Home contract. The machinists rejected 22 year contract Over the present 12.51 per hour scale. Or Eastern the world s largest air passenger car Rier now ave rugs month. Alaskans Voie Oday in first state election map pretty pickets on strike against Lake Central airlines these stewardesses walk the sidewalk instead of in front of the airline s downtown Columbus Ohio locket office. From left to right Are Shirley Loughead Jane Cook and Ann Hall. Their signs read Lake Central stewardesses on strike. Move to Block soviet Boycott by to Hoge United nations n. Army of Small nation pressed a last ditch .effort1 today to Lead off a soviet boy Cott of a new peaceful use of out . The Compromise seekers hoped to get the United state and the soviet Union together before the Assembly take Nal action authorizing a stalls Lent of the new committee by Cir chances of Success. App care ight. A Parade of the smaller Cou appealed for soviet America chord monday night after to a s 81-nation political comm be Voled 54-9, with 18 abstentions or a Resolution sponsored by the Nashville a governor elect Buford Ellington announced today the appointment of Hilton Butler As adjutant general and the reappointment of three other Cabinet members. He reappointed Public health commissioner1 r. H. Hutcheson corrections commissioner Kelt Hampton and purchasing direct Lor Franklin Leree. Butler who is now safety com missioner will replace Joe w Henry or. As1 adjutant general. I will be Butler s third time to serv in the military department Post he was also. Adjutant Genera from 1946 to 1949 and for. To months in 1945. These gentlemen Are know throughout Tennessee for the Abi Ity with which they have i charged their responsibilities Ellington said. I am sure tin they will continue the sign lican accomplishments. Which marked their service to Hutcheson has been health con missioner since 1943. Before Taing. His present position he a assistant commissioner and dire Tor of the local health Servic division of the department. He is a native of Henning. Tenn. Hampton is a native of Jasper Tenn. Before gov. Frank Clement appointed him institutions com missioner now corrections he was director of the Chattanooga division of the lax department. Fierce also held the corrections department Post briefly in 1953, bars four Sovi before he was named purchasing three neutrals director and Hampton moved to corrections. He was a member of the 194 and 1949 Legislatures from Dyce county. a native of Trimble Tenn. I today s appointments raise the number of Cabinet officers named by Ellington to seven. Others Are mrs. C. Frank Scott of Memphis welfare w. F. Moss of Nashville agriculture and Ross Dyce of Halls executive assistant. I Butler also has served As state selective service director and retired from the National guard last May As brigadier general. The adjutant general s Job now carries the rank of major general. United states and 19 other a ions. The Resolution would create an 8-nation committee to do the groundwork for a Perm Neil . Lody to coordinate use of outer Pace for peaceful purposes. The Resolution nominates the so Viet Union Poland and Czecho Slovakia to the space committee but the soviets still disapproved of the lineup and announced they would Boycott the group. The nine votes against the Resolution came from the soviet bloc. Most of the abstainers wer asian or african nations. The political committee rejected a last minute proposal by in Dia Burma and the United Arab Republic. It would have Brough the United states and the solve Union together again in Privat talks in an Effort to reach agreement on composition of the new committee. Chief . Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge said such talks at Ihl time would be pointless and Migl Only aggravate tension. The soviet Union had insisted hat the study group include three ending in 19g2. Soviet satellite As Well As the soviet Union. Soviet Deputy for eign minister Valerian Zorn said no Progress would be made with out the soviet Union taking part. By William j. Tobin Juneau Alaska o Many of the 287 precincts were Pread with fresh Snow and ii As near Zero in Milch of this Northern territory today As eager a asians voted in Jih Clr first slate Lection. Upwards of were expect id to Brave the weather to Casl ballots. About , including Hose 11 and 20 years old were eligible to Vole out of a population if some being chosen Are two new United states senators a Congress Nan governor and 60 members of the first Alaska legislature. The territory will become inc 19th and largest state in Decem Ber or january after the election Las been certified and a presidential proclamation issued. This election will increase the i. Senate to 98. And raise House membership democrats already had an Edge of 62-34 in the u. S. Senate and 282-153 in the House and were Likely to add to the margin Here today. Democrats held a commanding majority in the 1957 territorial legislature of 21-3 in the House and 11-5 in the Senate and were expected to win by about the same margin in the new state setup of 40 representatives. The Campaign has drawn Well mown political figures from the tales. Among those touring the err Story were vice president Ichard m. Nixon Interior Secre Ary Fred m. Seaton and sen. Ohn f. Kennedy id mass 1. Democrat e. L. Bob Barl Letl 4, for 14 years Alaska s nonvoting Delegate to Congress was consid ered almost a certain Winner in a innate bid against Republican r. E. 73, and. In dependent Keith capper. The other Senate race appeared a tossup Between Republican Mike Stepovich 39, and Democrat Ernest Gruening 71. Both Are former appointive governors. Democrat Ralph Rivers 55. Was slightly favored Over Republican Henry Benson 48, in the congressional race. William leg an 44. The demo cratic candidate for governor also appeared ahead in his race against John Butrovich jr., 48. The terms of the two new Sena tors will be set at two. Lour or six by the Senate when the alaskans Are seated next year. One will serve a Shorter term than the other but it will not be known until january who the Short term senator will be. They arc demanding a raise now another 120.m next year and in retroactive pay. The company has offered 151 a month now 12.36 More next oct. 1 and retroactive. Flight engineers struck because of Eastern s demand that they qualify As pilots to work on jct. Leal markets open in area prices Are up record mid near record High sales were reported monday us the Burly tobacco Selling season got under Way in Tennessee Vir Ginia. In Tennessee averages run it about per hundredweight but hit As High it tee. Dronov Lluc had both the highest volume of sales and the highest prices. Opening Day saw pounds of Burly traded or 11 f tint made top of of average in Rogors Vullo. Pounds were sold bringing in or average of j08.m. This top Ped last year s average by m.88. Last year s average pries on the stale Market was 58.00. 8. To Marsh fed Crul state marketing us ust clan in Nashville said both Quality and Quantity were hither this last. Awarded Kingsport police officers diplomas monday from chief 0. W. Bill Fletcher extreme the patrolmen were presented the diplomas upon comple Tion of a traffic Law enforcement school held at Tenn. To Sun Pii receiving the diplomas Are. Left to right patrolmen Ralph Deal Arthur Bellamy Bill Wright Thomas bar Nett and Don Stallard. The governor will serve a term resume talks Warsaw up u. S. Am Zorin withdrew a soviet Resolution Bassadore Jacob beam and chinese calling for an 11-nation commit-1 communist ambassador Wang tee including four Western Mem Ping Nan resume their inconclusive bars four soviet bloc nations and living costs Are unchanged Washington a living costs As measured by the Federal government remained unchanged Iii october. The labor department reported today its consumer Price Index held steady at 123.7 per cent of the 1947-49 average. This is the same As in August and septem Ber. The Peak was 123.9 in july Kersey e. Riley labor depart ment Price chief said the Over Al living Cost level is teetering in a narrow Range with slight increase. For some consumer items Anc countering slight declines Lor oth ers. We have stability achieved by balance of Riley said. He said this is expected to continue for the next few months. In october food prices average i of 1 per cent lower than in sep Timber but prices of Rii Ost othe goods and services averaged Hugler. Because of the relatively steady living Cost level Over the last three months there will be no adjustment in pay rates for nearly one million workers in the Auto and related industries whose labor contracts Call for quarterly adjust traffic not to submit to German Border police army orders. By Wellington Long Berlin up the u. S. Army issued orders today to murder plot trial set Friday Charlotte. N. C. Charlotte police detective who posed As a hired killer will be the chief witness Friday against a pretty welfare worker accused of plotting the murder of inc wife of the Man she loved. Dele Clive Richard s. Ruin expected to present a tape record ing of a conversation during which Barbara Ann Massy 22, allegedly gave him s500 to arrange a fatal Accident for the wife o a Highway patrolman he met h court while a Law student. Tho patrolman. Ranson Smith o talks Here today. It was their first cents based on the government in-1 Greensboro resigned saturday a meeting since nov. 7. Dix. Jennings urges More Active role by state in Aid for Coal miners a free scenes excited children gazing at toy displays in downtown store win Dows. Parking lot attendant seated in Shade of huge umbrella As Novom her heat continues. Marion. District rep. W. Pat Jennings monday called on the state and local governments to take More Active roles n providing Aid to the hard pressed Coal mining areas of Southwest Virginia. I feel the Federal governments playing just about As Large a role in Public welfare As it should until the slate assumes More he told a news mint of welfare and children prompted a flood said his office has received no requests for state assistance As reported earlier by one county welfare official. Of free will gifts from neigh Boring towns and cities. But peo ple there agreed the Relief was Stop Gap and something else Copeland said the ave to be done Board will meet tucs Dav but the Jennings noted Lii at the federa Southwest Virginia problem at the request of t. Twin mtr come not on the Agenda. It May. How Ever be discussed informally Copeland said. Gov. Almond s office said the governor now ships Box car loads of processed surplus Foo is without Cost anywhere in the slate and even pays the about the Lime miss Massy a or rested in Greensboro on charge of soliciting to commit felony. Because the alleged offer i Rulh was made Here. Miss Mas soy Wil be irid in Mecklenburg county recorder s court on in Misdemeanour charge. She is Fri under Bond. Sources Here said miss Masse approached a Charlotte Man of assistance in finding a killer. The Man a police informant report la the incident and Rulh and i. J. Guilland were assigned to me the girl to discuss the Matler. Ruth carried n concealed tape re Corder to the meeting. Smith who police said had no knowledge of the plot resigned to keep from embarrassing the patrol. He acknowledged that he knew the girl when she was a Wake Forest student but said their Nelcan traffic not to submit to would have to pay to avoid a new third in Tennessee on average the second highest Price was reported in new Twe Well on this year s tennessee1 crop la estimated at pounds most of it will be sold before Christmas under Market regulations set up to handle 86 per cent of the crop before the beginning of the Christmas Holiday dec. 15. Through Jan 4. I Virginia markets showed the some enthusiasm As did those i Tennessee with averages running Well above those of. Last year s opening Day at Weber oily a total of pounds were sold for an average of a spokesman at the Ware House said total were not available. The opening Day average last year was the highest Basket during -.the. Norneng hours at Weber City brought per hundredweight in Pennington Dap an average of was reported for. A total of pounds sold. Total ast German communist Border patrols. The order was issued in Prepa for uie Transfer of soviet Ccu Patlon functions to the East Crinan government in a move Lorce Western recognition of the oink unlit zone government. East German communist lend Walter Ulbricht predicted Loay the soviet Union would an ounce such r Transfer by the and of the week. The army said american Iraq in to and from isolated Oad or rail will submit Only to he customary controls exercised n the past by soviet guards at order checkpoints. Western diplomatic circles had expressed Belle the re May re having second thoughts about Riecl pitting a major crisis but he army s action today showed i was preparing for one1. The order said individual Amerl cans driving to or from Berlin by automobile must turn Back if East Berlin blockade negotiations with the East German govern ment. His statements were trumpeted by newspapers radio Tele vision news Eccl and every Means of propaganda at his disposal. He said he thought the Man american British and French Garrison in free Berlin must go. He said As Long As ii remains the Price the allies Nusl pay is full recognition of the Easl term in government and its a Lgth .0 Grant or withhold permission for supplies Lobo carried into the by. Ulbricht dismissed As n Grue some cold War talc fears the communists would blockade Wisl Berlin but he Evite cd a direct question Aslo whether the communists actually would impose a blockade. Nugo Lallon with the communist regime is inc answer he said. The Western Powers still awaited publication of a soviet note formally announcing Russia s intentions to end the four Power of Moncy amounted to the Abingdon Market reported a gain of on the total of pounds bringing in for an aver age of a spokesman lit the Abingdon this was the most successful opening Day Sale in history there. Sales in Weber City were held at the big Star warehouse monday. Tuesday and wednesday sales will move to the Farmers warehouse. Sales in Rogersville will be held in growers no. 6, arid then move Back to growers no. 4. Monday sales in Rogersville were held at showers no. 4. Sales by Marvel Tunn Kusske Markyl pounds Mont German police Are Manning lick Points in place of the so cup Tallon status of Berlin vices. The same order was Given As they in Ltd the West began to military traffic. Wondering if the soviets were by the order the army served having second thoughts about put notice it will not recognize the Ting the squeeze on the Western East German claim it May control Western traffic through East forces in Berlin. They gave two reasons the delay in the so Germany. Evict note and soviet insistence Ulbricht outlined for a London the russians do not intend to use newspaper the Price the West Force to get their Way. Athens Caru Maiio clerks Volle Columbia Hartsville Johnson ally Knox Volle Morristown Mountain cite new Marc will Sparta set Ccu Alcor Market Weber City Abi Grion 4 l4 m5.44 368.104 251.01308 c6.22 280.511 182.449.00 55.03 sh7.502 194.35j.1s 85.32 292.230. 61.85 771.264 526.420.00 68.00 298.0j8 190.397.67 300.634 198.589.95 68.06 605.6h 66.32 292.034 183.420.88 186.416 120.204.18 64.48 303.010 203.302.40 66.18 303.018 200.161.20 66.04 300.653 196.359.31 65.m 147.618 95.494.14 65.30 Virginia pounds Money vat. 302.400 f02.32d 38.v5w.50 63.71 Jennings noted that today thei stale assistance. A Monas once Wake Forest student but said their had not received any pleas for Fol the and stopped some time ago. Old glory flies above Virginia Capitol again Richmond a. Glory flew above Virginia s Capitol today opposite a separate but equal flagpole bearing the colors of Virginia. It was the first time the United states Flag was flown since gov. J. Lindsay Almond issued a proclamation last week that he would Well Over 50 per cent of All governments together handle the while a student at Wake for Fly the stale Flash alone rather than place it at a lower height than Federal government is supplying of course if such a request distribution and storage. They Cost. Miss Mussey had spent con the stars and stripes according to Flag Law. Is received it will be Given also have Complete control Over Sid Brablc Lime in court at greens has decision set off a storm of controversy. Monday. Almond said welfare funds Tor the area. Prompt a spokes Iwho shall and who shall not re Joboro and it there that she met he would return the american Flag but a pole of equal height at the welfare officials in several min ing counties sunday called on governer Almond and the state Man for the governor said. A civic the he said. The situation in the area was Many o hic impoverished Der brought to Light by the 35-year-old officer. Woman striking parking pith hand after meter fails to Reg governer Nui Suim Nuu my of Ogum 10 Notni of a Call for by families said they had i Roubini to Issue new funds for inc Dis help from the Derby Coal Camp in travelling the almost 20 Miles Toj passo tigers play Dinco trl Bulion of Federal surplus food Wise county where nearly 200 Wise county s Central surplus stocks to the unemployed Coal miners have been without in Norton. They not cd Havana up passengers miners and families. Smice april when the Derby mine that once there had Bacn Dis Tribu Ion cuban airliners will play Bingo thursday on flight he in Richmond col Richard closed i lion Points in several Copeland director of the Bare food shelves and hungry i throughout the county. Yew can Here and new York. Opposite end would Bear the Virginia colors. The old Center pole taller than the other two and originally the one flying the National Standard was Bare today. Almond s change of plans came after More Tymn 300 telegrams and letters poured into his office during the weekend Many of them protesting his flying of the Virginia Flag alone. Almond said to Hopes in have second Flag poles erected in front of other slate buildings so that both flags May be blown at equal height. T Penn Englon Gap 302.808 6s.5j the weather Kings porn Vlcan Ltd Pirllo und not As today. Near 60 con mind partly Cloudy Rno it 1iu18 warmer tonight Ion in the upper wednesday. Increasing cloudiness club a Lew Light showers mostly in the Laic afternoon and night. High 60-63. Outlook Tor thursday partly Cloudy Windy and cold. High w. Low last night 33. Temperatures 11 . 59 Midnight 44 12 noon 63 1 i . 65 3 z . 67 3 3 . Feb 4 . 66 5 5 . 63 6 . 58 7 . Is 8 pm. It 9 . 6-1 w 10 . 41 11 11 5 precipitation 24 heirs Nam precipitation this Montb-.i3 precipitation this year to s today s skies Fortiy Surls we full Moon Lon wrote evening Star Jupiter sen All Tim i . . ,

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