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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - October 1, 1952, Kingsport, TennesseeI wednesday oct. 1, 1958 Kingsport times socialists opposed to european Unity favor extreme nationalism by Phil Newsom up foreign news editor if present plans and Hopes for the Unity of Europe fail a. Great Deal of responsibility will lie with a Breed of politician which in the United states find hard to understand. They come under the general heading of their views coincide in Many ways with the views of communist Russia with one very important difference. They take no vow of allegiance to the Kremlin. In general they favor closer relations with soviet rus Sia including an Early four Power conference for a unified Ger Many. But within their own Boun Daries they frequently Are communism s bitterest foes. They advocate the welfare state and government owner ship of Basic industries. But they also cling to the same sort of extreme nationalism which led to two world wars Between 1914 and 1939 and which could again break Europe Down into a series of armed Camps each be Hind its own steel barricade. Their strength should not be underestimated. For example in Britain this week left Wing socialist Leader Aneurin Sevan won a stunning Victory Over for Mer prime minister Clement Attlee. His candidates won seats in the labor party s executive committee Over Herbert Morri son Long time no. 2 Man in the party and Hugh Dalton another Veteran socialist. Scholarships to University Knoxville the ten French cake Baker to be honoured As Man behind Canning Industry by Barman w. Nichols Washington up the Nessee society of certified pub 1 Canning Industry on oct. 23 will on Nis 200tn birthday Anni both Morrison and were members of the accountants has authorized Honor the Man behind the tin live labor Wing. The levanites seek to reduce Britain s rearmament program and want a foreign policy More Independent of the United states. Jan annual Grant of to vide five new scholarships to University of Tennessee. Or. Frank b. Ward Dean of the it College of business and i ministration in which the schol that Man was Nicolas Appert who was born in 1752. But before Long they found themselves Wiser. False Teeth put bite on Greene Cei Ved the from none Napoleon Bonaparte new York up Bessie Nunn Reene s false Teeth put the bite franc prize on Ner tues Ian night other than emperor Bessie a 39.year.oid Domestic with a Long criminal record was if not actually in Power socialist parties at least hold the balance in Britain France West Germany Belgium Austria and Italy. In Britain France and West Germany it also May be said that whatever their motives their program is such As to wreck Sither any Hope Lor a unified Western Europe or any possible defense against russian aggression. Another example cropped up in France this week. French socialists have held the balance of Power for years and have not hesitated to wreck governments any time their own Aims were thwarted. On monday edouard Daladier socialist Leader and the Man who As Premier signed the infamous Munich pact with Hitler urged that France pull out of indo China oppose West German re armament and press for a big four meeting. France is the key to West european army plans and if Daladier s recommendations Are followed it Means the end of the european army treaty and with it the end of a plan upon which u. S. Hopes and foreign policy have been built. I Sevan s loyalty to Britain and Daladier s loyalty to France have warship students will study said the new program was developed under leadership of the account ing society s president Fred g. And retiring g. Ragsdale Page Nashville president Russell Memphis. Designed to further account ing the scholarships Are believed to be the first in stance of a state society provid ing such Aid to students train ing for the profession of accounting Dean Ward said. In All Appert succeeded up by police As she fled Canning More than 50 different be scene of a purse snatching Sif oods. This insured him to nub a in 1775 when prance this inspired him to pub fighting most of Europe there at was it seemed one enemy which could not be conquered. French i May and vegetable substances. Lish in 1810 a treatise called of preserving All kinds of Tyll Virl police Headquarters it the purse was Bessie was soldiers were dying from scurvy j and other diseases. The government offered francs As a prize to the citizen who could devise a method of preserving fresh food for transportation campaigns. Up to that time about the Only method of preserving foods was to dry them. When peaches and tomatoes became Ripe the people either had to eat them right off the tree or Vine dry them or that became the Basic reference Book for subsequent i de she had no Money on her. However police noticed she menu Canning procedure and for Louis Pasteur. The great French scientist to reveal that food spoiled through the process of fermentation be woman vote first time Martinsburg w. A. Mrs. Dollie Lamon Teillard whose father was Abraham Lin Coin s Law partner vote for the first time in november and for the Republican presidential candidate too. I although 93-year-old mrs. Weilland practically grew up in the Lap of politics she was Liv Ling in France when women won the right to vote in 1920. And after returning to this country about 12 years ago she lived in Washington d. C., where Resi dents do not have the right to1 vote. She moved Here More than a year ago Long enough to qualify for this year s election. Fell the a one Snorie one smile on e t b cause of the action of always much red tape present bacteria. Foods strawberries courteous of mkt 970 Gilliam cabs h. G Gilliam owner Day and night service Safe and courteous service phone 370 East Sullivan Back of Union Boa Fermi Al Niagara Falls out. I los Angeles up a de apartment of health spokesman said today a Man about 80 a i plied for a permit to buy a res a each throw them away. Valued at will be presented Appert was an obscure con next fall. They will go to two he was a scientist Robert Johnston a Strawberry when told he must either juniors two seniors and developed a process which he Farmer Repol Ted today that in i shave off his Beard or wrap it in graduate student in accounting. Knew preserve i Foochs hut he seasonably warm weather has a net if he Wori eci in the Kitchen a joint committee from the accounting faculty and the society will administer the pro Gram. Prof. William c. Henry will head the it committee. The state society is made up of five chapters each cooperating in the of which is scholarship program. Chapter chairmen Are r. A. Carpenter Knoxville Keith b. Anderson Memphis Owen f. Campion Nashville Louis e. Ogle Chattanooga and Russell chapter. Driver appalachian not been questioned. But from the standpoint of european Unity their Wisdom May be. Not know Why the Humble cake Baker work-1 they Nave de for years to find a method whereby Man could divorce him self from the local Harvest. His theory was that if food was sufficiently heated and then sealed in a Container it would keep. That simple reasoning is the fundamental modern principle As practice today. Samples of the preserved vegetables and fruits were put on sailing vessels and sent around the world. But for some time Appert was none to popular. Sailors and sol Diers complained that the foods did t seem to taste the same a fooled his Strawberry would be restaurateur said begun producing a to Heck with and walked second crop. 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