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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - October 20, 1952, Kingsport, TennesseeToday s skies Sunset . Moonset . First Quarter saturday night prominent stabs Deneb High Over head . Aldebaran. Rises visible planets Venus sets Jupiter rises Mars Low id Southwest All times Eastern Standard Kingsport times vol. Xxxviii no. 210 Kingsport term., monday october 20, 1952 10 pages five cents the weather fair and colder tonight and tuesday. Lowest about 32. Local noon temperature 45 last night s Low 38 sunday s High 70. With prestone anti freeze you re set you re Safe you re nationwide soft Coal strike looms undecided now Marine capt. Ted Williams former out Fielding great of the Boston red sox says he probably will not return to baseball when he receives his discharge in 1953. He is undergoing intensive Jet fighter training at Roosevelt roads naval air base in san Juan puerto Rico and will probably go on to Korea later. I Nea scientist finds promising Nev polio vaccine Johns Hopkins doctor develops preventative against dread disease this important Story on a polio vaccine was written by William of the Kalt More evening Sun. Who Rio Fly Fol Lowed animal and human tests of research at Johns Hopkins. With the first Public announcement of this work today to the j american Public health association the Baltimore Sun papers make their j available to associated press members by William Manchester copyright Baltimore evening Sun Baltimore screaming red fail in attempt to retake Hill r u. S., Rok troops repulse attacks by fanatical chinese Milestone in Medicine an. Artificial heart shown above in action successfully Seoul Korea of screaming chinese reds charged recklessly through their own Tillery fire sunday and Early Day but failed in an attempt to. Recapture two important Central front Hills. A forced Back the fanatic her Mother mrs. John Dowd of Denver Bend Down to shake the hand of a train crewman bandits escape with loot from Ille party communists in fierce hand to and tested a vaccine which gives Promise of being effective against All three types of polio. Northern areas get Snow cold cold air Blanket spreads Over u. And for 50 minutes took Over Complete function of main Taining blood Supply of body while surgeons worked on the patient s heart. Nea Tele by the associated press Snow flurries and chill winds gave a wintry touch to some Northern areas today. Nashville the weather Bureau forecast kill jail of them. Ing Frost for Tennessee tonight with temperatures ranging Down to around 21 degrees. This would a new Low for this Date since the weather bal Frau was established. Pre Vious lows for the Date were 30.5 oct. 20, 1917, and 32.4 oct. 21, 1913. The october Snow fell in the been reported by the journal of the american medical association. The heart pump was _ used at Detroit s Harper hos i am satisfied that it is pos a pita where it was developed sible to produce a satisfactory level of antibodies in human be or. Howard a. Howe adjunct professor at Hopkins said today. Antibodies Are specific agents which can be developed in the blood to produce immunity against a disease. Using a vaccine made of killed polio virus or. Howe found that it made children develop antibodies against the virus. He presented his findings today at the annual meeting of the american Public health association in Cleveland. The preparation of a triple vaccine made or. Howe s work especially difficult. Polio is really three diseases. Any one of its three types of Brunhilde or cripple. Fight boils up Over race Issue Truman master race crack disputed upheld new York president hand fighting. Thunderous artillery mortar land Katusha rockets supported the communists. Allied front a line officers estimated a full Reg i to Vance on each of the Hills North of Kumhwa late sunday. At last report the communists held Pike s Peak the Northwest Ern Knob of Triangle Hill. Allied troops controlled the rest of the Rocky mass. J after bitter hand to Han fighting the reds called off their i attack at 9 . Today and holed up in bunkers and caves to the North. An american patrol today blew up the entrances to a Tunnel under Triangle Hill burying alive 12 reds who had refused to come out. During a Brief Stop in Cleve land Ohio after the railroader jokingly said he would t vote for Ike unless they Shook his hand. Nea opium is seized by customs men British Oil Tanker raided at a. Port Philadelphia u. To in Cash gems taken from guests by 3 men Nashville Federal Bureau of investigation yester Day offered its services to baffled police in tracking Down the bandits who made off with an estimated to in Cash furs raid jewels at a Swanky dinner party saturday night. Davidson county police began interviewing guests to get an itemized list of losses and said it May take two or three Days before the list is Complete. Fred Lassiter chief Deputy for the county sheriff first roughly estimated the take at at least but party Host Francis Warfield said last night he thought the amount was exaggerated and county investigators said a close Check of items taken will probably make the total nearer three masked bandits dressed alike and wearing gloves entered the Warfield Home in fashionable Belle Meade lined 30 guests and five negro servants up against the Wall at gun Point then strip Ped them of Cash and jewels. The bandits also went through upstairs rooms taking fur wraps and snatched the Luggage of miners protest cutback on pay increase spreading walkouts Idle Over of diggers Pittsburgh most of the country s soft Coal miners refused to work today As a protest against the govern ment ordered Cut in the daily wage boost they recently won from the Industry. A noon Survey showed at least Idle in 12 major Coal pro wage boost slashed during states. Come to work whistles were ignored by miners in West Ern and Central Pennsylvania alone. These diggers joined the miners who refused to work last week across the nation while the wage stabilization Archibald Cox right chairman of the wage stabilization Board announced in washing ton that the Board had slashed off 40 cents of the a Day wage boost negotiated last month Between John l. Lewis great lakes York state. Region and new a fall of 21 2 inches was re corded at Chicago s Midway air port. Chicagoan bundled up against Gusty winds did t see much of it however because the Snow melted quickly on pave ments. Residents of new York. City saw their firs Snow of the sea son but the flakes disappeared on Contact with the ground. One or two inches of Snow were reported in new York state s Western counties near lakes Erie and Ontario and in the High Adirondacks and catskills. Forced repatriation is rejected by Clark Tokyo up Gen. Mark w Clark refused today to resume armistice talks at Panmunjom unless the communists give up their demand for forced repatriation of w a prisoners. In a Long note to the red High command the u n. Commander j said there was nothing new on a preventive must be aimed criticism of Gen. Dwight d. Eisenhower on Immi a or. Howe warned that the migration policies was whipping up Cine in t ready for Heia swell Lens controversy today in t even sure it will be the racial and religious issues. Cine to be used in Large trials. Some Republican party Lead a further testing will be necessary Jers. A leading jewish rabbi an ii to improve it. J financier Bernard Baruch lined j the children All 2 to 5 years up oi1 Eisenhower s Side while Jii old were Low Grade imbeciles congressman and Ai Rosewood state training school East one other jewish Leader their parents agreed to the out for Truman. Pediment. No child was in Dan Ger at any time. They were inoculated with a vaccine brewed from u the the controversy sprang up after a Truman statement Fri Day that Eisenhower is willing to accept the very practices that spinal cords of monkeys stricken j identify the so called Mallei see polio Page 3 Eisenhower sunday night and was sched Here saturday and then for a rays today. newsmen he a shocked by i the spotlight of attention in As i dramatic a scene As in the movie j customs agents swarmed aboard the War Fields House guests to u. Seventh division British on Tanker Silverdale carry away the loot discovered the abandoned she docked Here yesterday at first the part goers thought More than half a mile Long confiscated 111 pounds of i the Entrance of the armed Trio Days ago. The chinese had at More than a gag. The Leader of the using it to infiltrate Allied dollars on the Trio proved otherwise As in rpt he leaped atop a piano and or dered the guests against a Wall. A shot was fired Over the head of one of the guests when he walked at raising his hands As ordered. Another smashed War Field on the hand with his gun when the Host tried to enter an other room. See Holdup Page 3 s. African riots fatal to eleven race trouble sparked by arrest of negroes Johannesburg South Afri Ca riflemen sealed off port Elizabeth s negro sub Urb of new Brighton today Fol lowing a week end race riot in which four Whites and seven be a negro construction worker were interpreters pleaded Over Load see War Page 3 Man trapped 2 hours in wreck Coeburn Driver Hurt As train hits truck by Bill Carico special correspondent Black Market. Michael j. Bradley collector of i the port of Philadelphia who led the raid said two chinese Crew men were arrested and charged with attempting to smuggle and Possession of narcotics. They Are Ahtay a Seaman and Choy Peng a other Crew members also chinese Are being held for questioning Bradley said. The port collector said capt. D. B. Edgar found 50 pounds of opium during the last leg of the voyage and placed it in his Safe. Bradley s men were alerted by a radio message from the Silver Dale on saturday and were Sta and soft Coal leaders. The a Board was debating approval of Tion was expected to Lead to a the hike for miners formerly full scale walkout. With Cox is earn my a Basic minimum daily unidentified newsman. Nea Wase of s18-35. After the web approved of the pay increase bringing the Basic daily wage to More miners joined their Idle Fel Low workers now at least c27.000 Are staying away from work including in Kentucky 000 in Ohio in Indiana 000 in Illinois and 700 in okla homa. The walkout came at a time when Coal stocks Are at a near record High. The estimated 85 million tons of stored Coal is the biggest stockpile in history except for 1942 when the Supply of Coal above ground was around magistrates get auditors report Poston says county finances improved Eisenhower the Republican Coeburn a spa a sore Tio Neci on True pier when the ship presidential nominee has bruised Coeburn truck yet replied to Truman s pinned in his wrecked Rab Bradley declined to comment ment. However the Genera from to 7 40 sunday Ion that of the Headquarters Here believes in Park Avenue Hospital were High on will pick it up on a new England i Day he did t see the Norfolk had attempted a Mutiny Campaign trip he is starting to and Western train that hit his Day. Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver of Cleveland visited truck. Carl hands 30. Rested Well worker seriously in fall Truman s statement. Yesterday Celier id Nyi a zionist Leader., kept an interested crowd Back from a scaffold at Borden Mills and Irving Abramson executive while men tried Over two hours to monday morning according to rep. Emmanuel the big five officers was seriously injured in a fall committee member of t h away the steel that pinned a report by Holston Valley Corn american jewish Congress. Bochinis Silver and praised i hands burned by gasoline that criticized Truman. At the same time elder statesman and adviser to he certainly did see racial Page 3 inside out Lamar Weaver 13 months old. Make va., Man has spent his Short life in at Lanta s Grady Hospital but no body s complaining. He was born with his abdominal or i constructive in the letter Here i Gans outside the medi Herbert Dove. 27, Mabe va., revived Iclet their slav from pre-1 Ooi it rms. Cei Ved last thursday from pre Mier Kim ii Sung of North Korea and Gen. Peng Teh Huai commander of the chinese volunteers in Korea. Clark said the communist let Ter does not constitute a valid basis for the resumption of delegation the u. N. Called an indefinite recess in the talks oct. 8 be cause the reds refused to accept Allied proposals for settling the stalemate on exchanging War prisoners or to submit a constructive counter proposal. United fund report goal Cal condition called Oon Phalo was critically injured monday Coel. The big word has t j morning when he was struck on the head by a limb from a tree stumped Little Lamar however who has survived three operations the first when he was three minutes old and has Only Spital reported. He was cutting attendants at Holston Valley Community hos soaked his body for so Long a time had to be freed by shears instead of torches because of the spilled fuel. His face was Chalky White but he was Able to talk to his rescuers while they worked to free his leg. When it was loosed see trapped Page 3 Unity Hospital attendants. The Dendy 20, of Wellford s. C., was reported in poor condition late monday morning. Dendy is an employee of Helgerson construction co., a Greenville s. C., firm now doing work at the local Plant. The Accident occurred around 10 a. M. One More to go he is shown with Grady nurse Margaret Burgess. Nea Dove was admitted to the hos Pital at 10 a. M. Monday and placed under treatment for Shock and a head injury. Political Roundup Ike whistle stops to new England Stevenson Truman plan new Tours by the associated press three Day whirl through new Gen. Dwight d. Eisenhower Jersey Pennsylvania West Vir j whistle stops into new England i today with Campaign guns expected to be trained on presi Dent Truman again rather than Igov. Adlai e Ginia and Maryland. Stevenson and his aides put the finishing touches at Spring Field. Ill. To preparations for a 12-state tour Given including 30 a it whom primed for whistle stops pea Rances in new York state of their own tomorrow. Which begins tomorrow the i Eisenhower s train after it democratic nominee for presi to new grand Cen Dent Takei time out tonight for in Ami Kitral station will take the speech at Trie Springfield a publican presidential nominee Toj tonal guard armory j Connecticut Rhode Island. Mas i Eisenhower if he follows his Sach setts and new Campaign procedure will in three Days. Togo rioters burned a movie Thea Ter to the ground wrecked a Post office and a number of shops and damaged a railway station. The riot was touched off by the arrest of two negroes on a theft charge saturday after noon. They resisted and a has tily gathered mob went to their Rescue. Police reinforcements were summoned and fired into the crowd. Maddened the mob at tacked the police and the nearby railway station and began set Ting fire to automobiles. W. M. J Laos a White was dragged from his truck and stabbed and stoned to death. Then the mob attacked the Bantu Cinema and killed r. R. Brandt managing director of the theater Gerald Leppan a projectionist and k. F. Bern Hardt a 15-year-old Schoolboy. Police finally restored order Early sunday morning. Scores of persons were arrested. Blountville spa Howard Poston told county court members in session Here monday that the annual audit of funds indicates an improvement in the county s financial Condi Tion. According to the report of the county auditor Richards and Richards of Bristol balances of various funds at the close of the fiscal year August 31, 1952, Are As follows Ordinary fund in Terest fund sinking fund Road improve ment fund special fund overage Trust fund special Bridge fund i Pike Bridge fund school building fund Public school fund 100 million tons. Ample supplies mean that Industry and House holders won t feel a Coal Short age for two months or More. Most miners said they consid ered the web action As nullify ing their contract. Members of the United mine workers traditionally can t work without a contract. South West Virginia miners were reported All out today. And All organized mines were shut Down. The Only Coal being produced in the Virginia Fields was the output of Small non unionized mines some miners appearing on the streets in Norton today said they expected to stay for the third straight working Day East Tennessee miners also stayed away from their jobs. All of our mines Are Idle and copies of the audits of each have been since last thursday department except county court circuit court were distributed to each magistrate these audits set Forth a detailed Harry Homan executive Secre tary of the Southern Appala Chian Coal operators association said

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