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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - October 20, 1955, Kingsport, TennesseeKluft pert thursday october 20, 1955 a bust All the conc Tomassi wants to get rid of this White Carrara Marble bust of Juan Pron ousted Dic Tator of Argentina. But nobody wants it anymore. Pron gave Tomassi of Pietrasanta Italy the commission three years ago. The bust was to be part of a Monument which would have been taller than the statue of Liberty. Parts of the Monument were shipped to Buenos Aires just Niter the recent revolution but 1 nobody will claim them. Tops his Champion Guernsey Bull pc rival is fed some Hay by two visitors to Chicago s 1055 International Dairy show. The three year old Bull is owned by j. M. Mcdonald farm at Cortland . Mcdonald was named top exhibitor of John Cor 28, icel and Bob a Jatulis 20. Pumpkin one of its Type is this Myrhine which up and conveys pumpkins from Field to waiting truck. Built by a pumpkin cunning company in Kurren 111., it is not production Model. It can Load n truck in 10 minutes compared to the 30 minutes required for the same 1ob by hand. Taking the National future farm is of America is Don Dunham. The 19-year-old from Lakeview ore., is the , a and a handshake from retiring president Viviani or. Oak Fla. Dunham was fleeced at the 2dth r invent Iii in Kansas City to. Now in every Large size Blue detergent trash burning j Yalta announces pressed for lost dust violations noted ichairmenfor27 dust sources and Back Yard burning were among the principal causes of violations of a smoke and dust control Law in september. Air pollution control director e. T. Jacobs reported. Only eight violations were noted n 55 observations made during the month. Jacobs warned however thai groups at meeting in if eco fund pledge cards he Healing season is at Hund and suggested itt householders have heir Healing systems thoroughly leaned and chocked by Leonipe tent servicemen both As a safety Meas ure and a smoke abatement pre caution. Stokers in two commercial and to Industrial establishments were involved in the september Viola ions in addition to bonfires Ami lust problems. Jacobs reported department Nade six contacts with violators Nade three corrections of Previ Iii sly violating equipment inspect d one con five Oil and 29 installations and received four com in ails. Draff quota for Virginia is 279 Richmond oct. 19 it Ginia has been directed to draft 79 men for army and Navy n december slate selective ser Headquarters reported Here Oday. This is 33 less than flip 312 to e called in november and 130 Nore than in october when Only lie army was drafting men. The list Navy draft begins next North. Boy shoots self when girl won t quit smoking Potsdam. . P. Corby to. 17, shot himself to death after an argument with his girl Rind Myrna Watson also 17. Jolyce said he hat pleaded with Ler to quit both were Ligh school seniors. Prea rations started today at United fund Campaign Headquarters to locate the lost owners of scores of United fund pledge Roanoke oct. 19 cards Man of 27 standing committees for several Days we have been were announced Here today by the Virginia Congress of patents and teachers As the Dele Kates closed their three Day convention and headed Home. The convention at hotel Roanoke recorded the largest attendance of any meeting in the 50-Ycnr history of the. Virginia Pat. Chairmen named by the Board of managers made up of the new officers and chairmen of the 20 districts Are miss Ida Whyte. Norfolk audio visual education mrs. T. C. Dichl Dinwiddie bulletin c. Harold Lauck. Lexington budget mrs. R. S. Or Sward Norfolk character and spiritual education or. M. Weldon Thompson . Mrs. Roland m. Howard. Polls Mutli Congress and state publications. Or. B. J. Chandler Charlottes lie cooperation with mrs. Lewis , councils miss Sarah Daughtery Hampton exceptional child or. Pm neb uni Plank. Arlington health mrs. Dan Phillips Newport news High school service Mit. Syndic Greenleaf. Alxandria internat ional relations. Mrs. Shirley Wheeler Arlington juvenile Protection mrs t. O. Che wiling. Henrico legislation mrs. O. H. Gregory Martinsville membership mrs. Jack Laskin Portsmouth mental Hygiene mrs. E. G. Foux Roanoke Parent and family life education mrs. B. K. Barker Gate City ser vice. Mrs. E. E. Brockley Hampton procedure and bylaws mrs. C. B. Coe Newport news program and founders any mrs. C. C. Young. Richmond publicity mrs. R. J. Leary Henrico Reading and Library service , a. V. Griggs. Richmond recreation Tom e. Reynolds Fincastle Rural ser vice. The police department abandoned card was besieged with run Lac Calls from pledge cards laying forgotten in Coal pockets hidden in desk draw ers buried in pocketbook is and even cached in desk a Campaign worker reported when called by police chief g. W. Flet Cher. The desperate situation of the pledge cards was brought to the at Tention of when an rescued from an overheated Cash Register in a downtown business establishment by the Kingsport Lile saving Crew last night. Hushed to the Holston Valley Community Hospital for emergency treatment the pledge card recovered sufficiently to cry out a Piti Ful Story of desertion. It was Learned that he had riot seen his owner since wednesday oct. 12. Reporting that scores hundreds perhaps of other cards were desperately Hunting their missing own ers he shuddered and his Blank lines trembled As he pleaded for help. If our owners would Only re member we Are worthless without their signatures. Why can t they Send us Back to our Fellows in the United fund Campaign head Quad contribution All filled in ready to work another year for the 13 Community Chest agencies and the Kingsport chapter of the Amer ican red the cry of that helpless forlorn pledge card is not falling on deaf ears. Immediate action is being taken by Paul l. Overbay Genera Campaign chairman. First off he alerted w. E. Lacy co chairman in charge of the business and professional solicitation and George sheets and Bill King who Are in charge of Industrial solicitation to organize a general Kingsport area search party. All Loam captains and Volunteer workers have been contacted to re work their areas their goal being to bring pledge cards and missing owners together. Special try new affix offer regular Price of 3-lb. Can look for this Salt can at your grocer s today hurry i limited time offer 1 new Annix the patented All purpose shortening makes Fine Fried foods so digestible now enjoy All the Fried foods you love and save Money too take advantage of this special try new Admix Sale. Fry with it bake with it use new Admix for All your cooking so digestible digestible As Street Cream butter there s just no other like it. New and different Admix is the wonderful shortening for which the u. S. Government granted Armour a Patent. Whether you prefer Southern delicacies Skillet Fried or deep Fried you la find new Admix digestible As Sweet Cream Butler. Get some on Sale today new Admix is digestible As Sweet Cream butter even As the dragnet was Widen ing throughout the Kingsport area Happy pledge cards were Rushing to United fund Headquarters setting u new High each hour by compari son to the same time in the Pulga last year. The generous response and sup port from contributors pass Allex Overbay reported. However we still have a Long Way to go before we reach our goal of As a look it the Church Circle Thenn Pineter will show. Our big Job now is for All teams to get in their contributor pledge cards. We Are urging them to con tact All in their areas so that every one will have Opportunity to make their pledge now. That s the Only Way that we can be successful in this our 33rd grandma Moses advises Ike not to play much Golf Cambridge . A Moses 95, widely known for her paintings of country life advises president Eisenhower not to play too much Golf. At a meeting of the Lions club she tape recorded a message say ing my. President. My dear boy. I Hope that you take Good care of yourself and get Well As soon As possible. Be careful about shovel ing Snow and do not play too much she s a Nuchols gets it cleaning after ing named senior Champion and grand Champion female Jersey. The four year old also judged first in the udder class 11 shown with owner Paul act a tiny of Lyndon by. New Stock fancy fruit cake ingredients Winter Garden Turkey or Cherry pies 19 Libby i Roi Odau peaches no. 2 i can 27 Plantation flour so 10 lbs. White Lily 98c stoutly i sliced pineapple 27 crop Pinto Beans 10 lbs. 98 White Rose highest Quality bolted White Corn meal 49 for that party treat coca cola 39 Lay s Tenderizer hams Shank end 4sc butt end s5c hens Roost 49 Headquarters for Colgate s Florient deodorant with 25c Coupon. 49c without Coupon 74c new crop size Grapefruit thin skin Juicy Florida oranges 2 Doz

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