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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - November 25, 1958, Kingsport, Tennessee Kentucky new Montana North Dakota Charlie i. Lifton _ curl to b c11k10.n Tkv Lor or mrs three Bioust i. Piuppo in Tou Kkt Campbell Tkv of Church Hill. Koah Briti ii 6r.jtwo i a Vert i Roger silk. And Hale Britton i get irm Obsi a kaon funeral services will h hum a be held a Bidav la 2 . Wednesday a tie Ville free will tile Rev. Weld ii Bow nun will be Mii ill Claige of services. A Uridil will cuts be in the his Hund Omen in. H i of wave Wert a Kun alld talc Lauu the court said Mich Satulis Well Krimen warned that As Thev worded mum air additional meow Depths of they do Law Kemiel Pilot a uttered pl-itt1 Burn Ryt w d and the blizzard dropped to four inches could be expected. Ally negroes ii uni White As much As 40 in one the upper Midwest along with schools May Challenge these hour in Montana monday and i High kinds. The querion then would be dumped an average of six to eight. Stockmen in Colorado were the Rani pie is with the Kast i Ruiu . Hollie Poleon cow Tough Mimi u now Backet by the uie t us. Rimany decided to Thorn duh ii any up us Alvini Ufi Nim in Rizir t lha it w., with the con inches of Snow across the state. Vised to Lake precautions a galust the body will remain at the Wii i Lexington Kowm funeral Home until one hour Eric Ore manager of before the time of services when station wrap winds up to 50 Miles per hour scooped Hie Bizow into drills lore schools to close snarl Itti tray air Force a. Locally severe blowing Snow with winds up to 60 Miles an hour and cold wave conditions. In Utah. Air Force chinese drove diking Olf the Chin Mainland administered. Hiey be to to the Miami up ii two in a station Waxon iotife4 it Itti Rill is and police of a wild duo for Llave monday it outpost North of Cutbank. I monday Lound the Frozen body of struck Down As applied in sped lie cases. If used to Bur children i from schools wholly or primarily Autu Chase through the City night. The Chiw ended to he crowded parking lot of the new Flagler Kennel club where the fleeing pair Tor pallbearer stationed at the mrs. Bessie Begley big Stone Gap mrs. Bessie Kathleen Begley died at her Home at . Sunday after an 111 Ness of about two months. Myu Jan. 1. Grep said and warn in was made to increase our base rations on hand i Force helicopter Pilot spot d the air Squadron the last of eight men who parachuted from a disabled plane near he Nuvelle 11 Days ago. An air i because of Nice court pc cd monday on Alabama Pupil placement Law adopted in 19m and amended in the Law directs local school 11 Lettu i Nolfi local pro ramming to pm event hardships Elti Cliency. I Riceland. By. Map the Chesapeake k Ohio railway car shop monday announced it is re survivors include one son earljcami1k i workmen dec. 1 to help m. Besley of bit Stone Gap vol make p u is for Hopper cars up for heavy repair work. A Morrhead. By More head collese has received daughters miss Billie Jean Henley and miss Grace Belloy both of bit Stone Gap Twu Brothers. Wade Miller of Bis Stone gup and John Miller of Kik sport live Sisters. Mrs. Do Liula Carter mrs. Ollie Moore. Mrs. Ollie Gilley mrs. Helena. Mont., reported temperatures skidded from 58 degrees to 18 in a half hour period monday. As the storm moved eastward it blocked highways in the South Western part of North Dakota and Cut visibility in the area to about one fourth mile. Another bund of Stormy weather hit the Northeast monday bring body of capt. Donald 40. Indianapolis wrapped in ills Para Chute. Four of the men who balled out of the plane during Snow storm died of exposure and four others were rescued. Thick fog rolled across he South Ern California coast monday Caus ing an estimated 100 or More traffic accidents in Beach cities and in he los annul is area including boards in schools to consider a pupils to number of a Trant from the science foundation for Ai eight week summer ins Ling cold air into the mountains of Fiona latal a Lithway crash. Martha Chandler All of b in mathematics Gap and mrs. Maudy Slid Ham i Inboden. A. I Mays Ville. By. Funeral services will be held at Villa businessmen Louis h. Col 3 . Wednesday at the Bis Spring Baptist Church in Cracker s neck. A. The Hov. Sylvan Wilson and the Rev. James m. Smith will be in charge of services. Burial will be in the Barker cemetery. The body was taken to the Home Lillis monday they have purchased the Madison show corp. Of Madison. Ind., for an undisclosed Price. They said the Plant would employ about 50 persons and turn out about pairs of women s i Lor a Keigm i arrives in London to begin four Day visit Herbert Makell said it 4 . Monday from the hold shows Ipp funeral Home. It will be re Louisville by. H. Moved to the Church at the time Eddlemon president of i of services. Georgetown College monday de mrs. Laura e. P. Minor Nied he has been offered the presidency of the new Orleans b a p i i s t theological Seminary. Laura Ellen Peters minor a lat 1709 e. Center St. Died at of a Rvin. N m Hospital. A sold no Hac a native of Scott county she been approached about Hie matter wins the daughter of the late or. And mrs. Nat Peters. She had j lived in Kingsport for 33 years was a member of. The meth Odist Church. Survivors include her widower c. R. Minor one daughter mrs. Charles we therly. Richmond ind three sons C. And r. P. Minor Kingsport and Danny h. Minor of Jonesboro. She is also survived by 11 grandchildren and two great grandchildren two Sis i tors mrs. Alice Mccracken big Stone Gap mrs. Martha e. Peters Indiana two Brothers by Norman Al Nasios London Tupi vice presi Dent Richard m. Nixon arrived Oday to begin a four Day Good vill visit which the communists Are sure to use As the Takeoff for Marling anti american Demontra ions. Fotr blanketed London today and the special Mats a cab carrying Nixon and his wife was diverted to Gatwick Airport 30 Miles Patton Peters Kingsport and will Peters Idaho. Funeral services will be held at 3 . Wednesday it Carter Clamon Chapel. The Rev. R. Dillon and the Rev. Frank Thorn son will officiate. Burial will be in East Lawn memorial Park. Pallbearers will be Jack Fred and Andrew Ketron Jess Good Vaul Farrell r. W. Trent. family will receive friends but nothing came of possessing Case is continued by judge b. Blue City judge brai Itley Blue has continued the Case of a Kings or negro three charged Gallons with of possessing Moonshine whisky. Blue said he would Mak his Linal decision Friday morning the Man testified in court tues Day the whisky found on a lot be Hind his House on Lewis Street was planted by someone else. City police officers said the whisky was found buried about 175 feet from the defendant s Home. Patrolman Brady Lane told the the funeral Home where the body will remain and at the ourt he and four other officers went to the House saturday alter obtaining a. Search warrant. Lane said a search of the premises Dis closed the whisky buried in the Garden at the rear of tile House. The defendant Falmed he had no knowledge of the whisky. He said the lot where it was discovered belongs to the City of Kings port. He also denied a charge by Sullivan Hawkins counties show gain since 1950 some of Tennessee s Rural coun. Ties which have been losing Resi dents due to out migration Are approaching stabilized population level which May be supported by a Large scale farm Economy. Sullivan county s estimated pop Illarion in 1957 was this is a net increase of 8.700 Over the 1950 figure of from 1950 to 1957, Sullivan coun. To s natural increase was 13.700 persons. A total of left the Only during the period covered. Hawkins county in 1950 had a Opul Atlon of in 1957 the figure was an increase of ,700 persons. The natural increase for Haw ins county was net Migra South of London. Jiey continued o London by cur. Scotland Yard has been alerted to Deal with any repetition of the red led mob violence which erected the vice president on his Lour of Lavirt America last Spring. The communists live scheduled a mass me cling and a March on the u. S. Embassy tonight. Recall Hldi Way a lilt the last american to be honoured by such a Brill ugly hostile reception from the reds Here was Gen. Malthew b. Ridgway. Then commander in Emanuel c. Phillips 1 Emanuel c. Phillips. 74, died at . Tuesday at a Johnson City test Home. His Home was at 1321 Riverside ave. I a native of Hawkins county he lived most of his life in Sullivan county. He was a member of the View missionary Baptist Church and a former employee of the Tennessee Eastman co. Survivors include his widow mrs. Myrtle Shelton Phillips two de Phillips. Gate City Clarence of Church Hill route 3 two daughters. Mrs. Florence Ellis. Church Hill and mrs. Jaynell Adkins. Kingsport nne brother. Marvin Phillips Church Hill. He is also survived by 11 grandchildren and two great grandchildren funeral services will be held Al 3 . Thursday at West View Rev. Gerald Begley. The Rev. Elton Herron will officiate. Buna be in East Lawn Memoria Park. Nephews will serve As pallbearers. The body will be removed to the Home at 3 . Wednesday from Hamlett Dobson funeral Home. Mrs. J. H. Andersonsr. Officers that an odor of whisky was in his Home when the officers searched it. Patrolmen Lane and Albert Fletcher both said they noticed an odor of whisky in the Kitchen of the Home. The Man claimed the odor come from Medicine he was taking defense attorney William s tocts contested the warrant which the officers used to search the Home of the defendant. According to Todd the warrant was not Valic because it stated an apartment was to be searched. Todd said the defendant does not live in a apartment. Blue invited Todd and City Al Torney Marvin Parsons to of Proa Cli him before Friday will any Laws they might find concern ing the search warrant. The court fined a local Man on a charge of Public drunker Ness. I patrolman Newt kurd said arrested Hie Man in a Pool room j on main Street. Hued said the de-1 find and was very a woman charged with possess j lined by Ion. 1.000. In percentage Sullivan had a Olal increase of a natural in Rease of 14.4, and a net migration Hawkins a total increase of 8.7, natural increase of 11.9 and net Nighat Ion of 3.2. The report of estimates of ten Allied supreme Europe. We l prevent the commit Nisi meeting but we will watch it closely to make certain ii does not get out of a Scotland Yard spokesman said. We would not want any unpleasant incidents while Nixon is in British police in uniform and plan clothes Are certain to be on hand throughout Nixon s visit but the spokesman said far As he knows Britain will furnish no body guards for Nixon As such. The vice president will be. Guarded by a secret service detail which accompanied him from Washington. Add Rennes i Elf trim society Nixon came Here to represent president Eisenhower at the Dedi cation of an american War me Morial Chapel. He is to Meel both government and opposition Lead ers during his stay. He made his first appearance today Al n lunch Given for him by the Pilgrim society where lie reaffirmed Anglo american Deler to stand firm in Berlin and declared that the Kremlin could make no greater miscalculation than to assume that the recent u. S. Election represented dissatisfaction with american for eign policy. We have made Clear our de termination to remain in the City factors including available space psychological Quallal cations. The possibility of disorder the maintenance or Severance of established social and psychological relationships with other pupils and with in a lawsuit brought by four Gro pupils who wanted to Transfer to White schools in Birmingham a lower Federal court found the pupils had nos shown Thi or excl Stem to be bused on anything but a proper lest. In some future proceeding it is possible Thul i tin1 Law i May be declared unconstitutional in its a the three judge fed eral panel said. Hils judgment was affirmed b the supreme court in a Brief unsigned order. The court made Clear it was clicking to the lower court s limited grounds for up holding the Law. Alabama is one of 10 Southern slates to have adopted Vartoui forms of Pupil Lii i since the supreme court s 195 school desegregation ruling. Tin High court previously declined i review lower court decisions hold ing the Laws of Virginia no Louisiana unconstitutional am that of North Carolina cons Llu tonal. In discussing the Alabama Cas United states Allied with Chiang Lias refused Lor nine years to Are of Naze the chinese o the rulers of chum. There is no to think Jang Ever Uei Bucklo the or that the red chinese game will collapse or change the foreseeable future. But the United states refuses recognize the com Suisi government in Chilim. Yet the United Stales hits been Reed to Deal with the red Chi be. First starting in 1955, for r release of american prisoners by held. There were indy Meel is Between american and Hod Ionesc representatives on this. More Hilly in Warsaw the a lord states and red China rough Ihler diplomatic reprise ii lives have been us King o ult Lessly of sonic Way to Lessee s county by county Popula Ion was compiled by Ormond c. Corry of the University of Tennes see s Bureau of business research. The report shows that the state s population based on u. S. Census Bureau estimates gained from in april. 1950, to 000 on july 1, 1957, an increase of it Wyo Hviid ind. Merrill started a fire to smoke out n swarm of bees nesting in the Walls of his House. The resulting Blaze did damage to the building but it sure did scatter those bees. The lower court noted Virginia Law offers negroes no Relief at a because of the fixed and or Pinili policy of the school minor us with respect to the judges pointed out any dip Tului from that policy Means close schools and Ullh drawl of Slat funds. Likewise under the Louis Lar Law negroes would be turned Ove to an administrative official Gui de by no defined standards in to exercise of his North Carolina on the othe hand appears to applying i Law so As. To admit qualified n Gro pupils to while schools u three judge panel Intel Calell. Som1conk Bluk Boston up Ever hear a prospective Bride getting he self locked up in a Hope happened Here when Virginia cd Dahny 21, became so engross while shopping at the Hope Dies that she did not realize the so was closing for the night. She it phoned police to let her out. Hats off mount Carmel. 111. Up Farmer Gilbert Worth kept a co head when a Flash fire broke out Berlin until a. German Settle ment acceptable to the German people has been he said. This is a Mailer about which there exists no Shadow of Ambi Guity. I am confident our two governments will continue to re main United in this policy. We Leel the free world could Render no greater disservice to the of peace than to fall to stand firm in Berlin As we have in the Formosa Strait against the use of aggressive Corn picking machine. I Lime firemen arrived Worth the United state.-. Britain Kraucz luvs Bucu an alternative idea Lor accepting East Herman control of on a limit however of Berlin basis. There is Liow Long the can continue to do Busini a. With red regimes whose existence lie Wem con tunics to to recognize. Charles rests after stroke Dayton. Ohio api Charles k Ketterlin. Whose Wens inventions and improvements have Elife to the Formosa Strait area so while to Don t officially Lee he red chinese we Deal 1th them. The same thing happened with h East Gennini communists. Here is no doubt they be been tippets for Thi or soviet coining 1st masters. The United Stales As refused to recognize the East Erni Rii communist government. But last summer this country and to negotiate with them for be release of nine . Army men who landed i hair Hal Ipp Ter in East Germany. The Len were released. Now the russians seem to be or Cong this country into Lurlei with the East German reds and on n far Larser Settle Hud a fur reaching Al fact in in continued to Resl it his Home today Aller suffering a slight Toke. The 82-year-old automotive Smilor has been in an oxygen tent Inci monday. Lulli physician or. Cd. Douglas Albott said in a Leckro Carlo Uijun Reading indicated Ketter no s heart and blood pressure Are the doctor termed the difficulty ii slight stroke in correcting an earlier Medlene announcement Uhli h said Cue ring buffered a alld coronary. He complained of i i Ling 111 Friday after returning from a trip to Detroit to ill nor for h retiring go Neil moors executive Kett Cring is a former pm vice president the . Announced uie Lan to Ullh draw from East her in inv liar it in the of the Are inn communists am Nilst that the United states Brit in and Prunce withdraw fron West Berlin. Hie three Western allies refuse o net out. Hut what happens i in russians withdraw Berlin i. 110 Miles inside , Germany rite allies and went Torii Iii Iacre can lie. Supplied Overly in from West but Only 01 rails and roads hint go throng East Germany. If the East Derma in decide i blockade All such Overland suppl traffic the allies can hardly Imp to Send Ernins through armoured or otherwise since the Ger inns could Block the rails with freight cars. An Assoc aled press Story from Berlin said the Iden of pushing a tank led Supply Convoy of trucks Over tile East German Highway is even morn the reason soviet military forces in East Germany which overwhelmingly outnumber Atlan tic pact divisions in Europe of dog Rac thu ers said two were hooked on charges of investigation Lor Possession of illegal tire inn.1 and trying to run Down a patrolman who attempted to them. They were identified As an gel Luis Guiu 30. And Sergio Cas Tro 28. The Chase started at a garage where detective l. F. Gracey pro did the station Wagon. The cubans away narrowly Mist ing Gracey. Al one Point six police cars and motorcycles roared after the station Wagon loaded with Auto Matic rifles machine guns hand grenades pistols and a 15-Pound two of explosives. Flee love sgt. Charles Sapp his ear hit one. A police Bullet punctured the trunk of the Sun Perls vehicle barely missing the explosives. Arms and other munitions apparently were intended for Fidel Castro s rebel forces air Cuba supp Iii. A Ihl Rrt cuban. Otto Gracli. 4j, was arrested at the garage where tin incident began. A fourth Man was arrested but later released. He filers is the popular name Given to the bodyguards of the King or Queen of England. Ii i a Romblom Flowers dial Circle All Arram Menli guarantee Muht t sunday poem Cut leu had already beaten out the flames with his Cap. Flowers for every occasion Day phone cd 5-1121 night i la. Al Hutch Wallin say it with Flowers pasture lands occupy one fourth the area of Illinois a major pro Ducer of livestock. Ambulance Hamlett Dobson phone cd 5-3134 mrs. J. H. Jeanette Ann an Derson or. 59. 1313 West Sullivan Jing whisky was St. Died at 3 . Tuesday Holston Valley Community woman who pleaded guilty Pill after a lingering illness. The charge was arrested at her she was born and spent her Iloma. Patrolmen Brady Lane Early life in Scott county and Lead Don Albert Fletcher lived in Kin sport for he past 40 Bowers and Ralph Deal raid years. She was a member of the the lome after securing a first Bap Lisl Church where she warrant Belonge d to the women s Mission i a Union and the Tel sunday school class. I her husband. John h. Anderson br., died in 1955. Survivors include mrs. Ray mond Hutchinson. Mrs. Madge Quindle. Mrs. Roy e. Mullins. I mrs Robert a Dean and miss Barbara Anderson All of Kings-1 port mrs. Richard h. Bamford. Hamden. Conn. Mrs. Jack Wade. Rossville. A. Mrs. Robert Neely Memphis one son. John h. An Derson or. Kingsport three Sis tors. Mrs. Bill Wolfe. Mrs. Claude Shelton both of Virginia mrs. Harry Tarsus of Wisconsin. She in also survived by 19 grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the Hamlett Dobson funeral Home. Lay a Way bargains buy now the first president of the United states to ride a Railroad train was Andrew Jackson in false Teeth that loosen need not Embarrass Many of Hill Rcd Raul their Plute dropped slipped or a Ott blvd at lust the a Ranf time. Do no. Lac m fsr of this furl Klc a Letl a . The Folk Ullic inra in Loti powder in plates. In let hide fun nov. So icy Fol morn comport not Cherm pint Odoro vap Teeth counters everywhere. Christmas shop with. Esso dough More than in merchandise Niou unt nationally known Quality Schwinn bicycle 24" Esso auction sat., nov. 29 . 225 e. Center Small Deposit holds until Christmas con Vinsint Tim mock wednesday features Day Guo Rosteed As Long of you own Iff girl s Model at same Low Price i Doit terms starts Here Corner new Cherokee cd 6-8191 in your own Home Vico s Tail Waves with i happier flourish when the property lie guards so loyally is really his own. Naturally he 5hares the family feeling of Pride that comes with being owners instead of merely tenants. the better Way of life that is Home ownership. Sec us about a Home loan to buy or build the Home you want on easy repayments tailored to your budget we will not be open for business thanksgiving Day nov. 27 open Friday at the usual time consult your real estate broker for Homes now on the Market. Us for your Home loan. Horns ownership to be a part of your family. Kin sport of Federal savings Famois Muslin sheets Irr. Of regular 2.19 1 59 size t 61 x 108 dbl of stud slight Irr. Basement pastel shades soft Flannelette for layettes Paja Mas and gown 2 to 10 Yard lengths inches wide basement 23 c cd prints and solids washable Corduroy 2 to 10 Yard lengths All machine Wash Able inches wide basement 66 c cd. 110 e. Center St. King port Tenn. Women s warm flannel gowns solids and printed sizes 32 to 46 Long sleeve second floor 1 44 men s heavyweight sweat shirts Raglan sleeve White Only sizes med., lge., Olge. Irregulars of 1.59 1 00

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