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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - October 28, 1952, Kingsport, Tennessee2 tuesday oct. 28, 1952 Kingsport times Tennessee demos stage rally in Nashville tonight Nashville democrats will swing two of their he Tiest mid state general election Campaign punches to night Here and in Columbia. The three statewide demo cratic candidates will speak at a rally in Columbia. They Are rank Clement for governor rep. Albert Gore for u. S. Sena Tor and j. B. Avery sr., for re Flection for state utilities com missioner. Gov. Gordon Browning whom Clement Defeated in the August primary will make a telecast in Nashville at p. M. Browning who already has campaigned for the democratic Sexton placed under Bond after shooting Clarence Sexton 1844 Park drive who is charged with felonious assault in the shooting of Ray Dykes saturday noon has been placed presidential ticket in Ohio Louisiana and Florida will make another Nashville telecast thurs Day night. Clement Gore and Avery will Campaign Here to Morrow attend a rally in Jack son thursday night and tour West Tennessee Friday and sat urday. Sen. Estes Kefauver will bring his campaigning for the demo cratic ticket to his Home state tonight with a speech in Mem Phis. Kefauver is to speak at a luncheon i Chattanooga to Morrow and at a rally at Knox Ville tomorrow night. After unde Bond pending preliminary hearing in general session court judge s. G. Gilbreath jr., said tuesday. Gilbreath said a second War rant had been sworn charging Dykes who is now in the hos Pital with felonious assault on Sexton. Preliminary hearing for both men has been set for saturday november 7. According to Constable j. E upchuck witnesses said Sexton fired a Shotgun at Dykes in an old building on fourth Street a about 2 p. M. Saturday. Gil breath said Dykes is also charged with shooting at Sexton Dykes was reported in "good1 condition tuesday morning at Munal clinic. Ballots continued from Page 1 ing special preparations to meet the turnout. The foundation with the advertising Council and More than 50 non partisan organizations Coal has led a Campaign which is be elections. Continued from Page 1 will take a reasonable time for a decision on the wage boost economic Stabilizer Robert l Putnam said in Washington to Day he will not act on the Industry Union petition to reverse the web until the Coal operators come up with further material supporting the request for the full increase. Putnam said he could either Send the petition to the web Rule on it himself or Send it up stairs to the White House. Indications were that a decision would not be reached until the Middle of next week after the lived at least partly responsible for the nation s record voter registration. Jittery lest they be bred a Frankenstein foundation leaders urged election officials to length in polling hours to sponsor Edu cation of Boto voters and poll workers to Speed balloting and to encourage voters to get to the polls at the normally Slack periods of election Day. M. Vandeburg executive director said that voters May have been unable to qualify in new York City alone because of failure to provide for a record meanwhile Harry m. Moses president of the bituminous Coal operators association was re ported to be drawing up evidence to support granting of the full a Day wage increase. It was expected to be turned Over to Putnam to a Day or ump officials across the coun try reported that miners in their districts were complying with Lewis request to return to work today. John p. Busarello president of District 5 representing miners in the Pittsburgh area said All mines that Are ready to turnout during registration week. Work win be working today. He said the foundation s Esti mates of probable voters Are based on increased registration and the belief that a larger than Ever proportion of those qualified will go to the polls. Continued from e 1 socratic opponent saying Steven son is not qualified to Deal with the russians. Referring to a Stevenson talk in which the governor spoke of prolonged Public discussion of what it will be necessary to con cede to soviet Russia Elsen Hower said in Pittsburgh my most solemn Hope is that men who talk this language Are never allowed in the name of the american people to go to mos cow or to some future Yalta or Potsdam because he said this is the language that invites War Stevenson accused Eisenhower of trying to win votes with his promises of a Quick and easy Way to end the korean War and said he would t make false promises even if the election depended on he said the general s proposal to go to Korea May have delayed an War continued from Page 1 Small red groups punched at the u. N. Line As far East to song near the coast. Two red platoons clawed their Way up Steep Heartbreak Ridge and seized two bunkers. Allied troops quickly cleaned them out. Other probes along the front Northwest ant Northeast of the Punchbowl and near Luke the Cook s also were beaten off without trouble. An attack against sniper Ridge on the Cen trial front likewise was thrown Back. A spokesman for the Western Pennsylvania Coal operators association representing soft Coal miners said locals in Bis area were ready to return to pits following ratification of Lewis request. Mine operators said the pits would be ready today because maintenance Crews began clean up work immediately after Lew is request was received. In Virginia Allen Condra ump District 28 president said the big part of miners in his state would be Back to work this morning. Mccarthy continued from Page 1 time of 30 minutes ended. After he went off the air he charged that Stevenson had the endorse ment in effect of the communist newspaper daily worker. Death notices Rev. J. L. Lipe Rogersville spa the Rev. James l Lipe 67, died at his Home at Home at 4 . Monday he is survived by his widow mrs. Olive Brooks Lipe four Brothers. Winfield Richard Edd and Wesley All of Pressman s Home. Funeral services will be held at 10 . Wednesday at pilgrims rest Church. The Rev. Ralph Cook and Kev Charlie kurd will officiate. Burial will be in the family cemetery. The body will be removed from Colbach Price funeral Home tuesday after noon. Mrs. J. L land rum High Point n. Spa mrs. Jettie l. Landrum 56, of 107 Oakwood court died in High Point memorial Hospital at p. M. Monday. She was born in Collinstown n. C., i 1896, and had been a High Point resident for the past seven years coming from Kings port. She was a member of the first presbyterian Church and the woman s auxiliary. Survivors two sons James e. And Johnnie w. One daughter miss Charlotte Landrum her Mother mrs. Emma Collins All of High Point one brother Wil Liam a. Collins Bassett a. Two Sisters mrs. E. L. Beasley High Point and mrs. To. Hundley Stewart a. Funeral services will be held at 11 a. M. Wednesday at the first presbyterian Church with or. Roy e. Watts pastor con ducting the services. Burial will be in a family plot in it. Airy cemetery in High Point. The xxx by will remain at Sechrest funeral Home until one hour be fore the services. Timber continued from Page 1 Dence that some fires were deliberately set. Four Hundred and fifty fires fires continued from Pace 1 mated that hundreds of acres had been destroyed while thou Sands would Burn should a Strong wind Rise. Fires in the Roan Mountain area were reported to be under control. It was feared sunday that a High wind could whip for est fires in the area to a state where the town of Roan Moun Tain would be endangered. Fire fighters in the Carter Unicoi sections have been battling blazes on big Ridge North East of Roan Mountain Elk Park Shell Creek Hump and Rich Mountain. Rain and More rain was the solution to the worst Forest fires in East Tennessee history according to c. I. Peterson state forester. Also an Appeal was made for every individual to be careful in throwing away their cigarettes while in or near a wooded Section. State District forester Tom Watkins at Harriman said the situation in Anderson Morgan and Campbell counties is near ing an emergency state. Watkins also reported that at least acres were burning or had burned in four fires near Rockwood. Three Hundred acres also were said to be ablaze on Laurel Bluff hear Kingston. A second fire covering 400 acres near Kingston was believed under control. Watkins said that Many of the fires in that area were apparently ignited by arsonists. A week Long fire near Oliver Springs along the Anderson Roane county line is completely out of forestry officials said. This Blaze one of the largest yet reported is said to be threat ening the Coal mining Community of Windsock. The fire is raging on the Cumberland Pla teau about five Miles from Oliver Springs. Convicts from Brushy Moun Tain state prison at Petros vol Johnson City girl is still missing the Washington county Sher Iff s office reported tuesday that no information concerning a re ported missing girl from the Tri cities area had been received. Betty Carol Lawson 17, Beauty contest Winner and Washington College selection for Barbecue Queen last month disappeared from her Home in the Austin Springs Section at about 9 . Monday. The girl s parents said she Slung a Case containing Field glasses Over her shoulder and told them she was going to walk to the top of a Hill behind the Home and look at the new Road under construction visible from there. The leather binocular Case was found on the Hill by searchers sent out late last night but there was no sign of the glasses or of the girl. Dispatcher Lloyd b. Haney said foul play was suspected. A description by the parents stated the girl a blonde five feet five inches tall and weigh ing 125 pounds was wearing Blue jeans and a purple sweater when she left the House. Press conference is slated tonight Don t forget the Kingsport times news press conference to night at o clock at Kingsport utilities. Designed especially for improving women s club Public Ity the clinic is open to anyone interested in newspaper writing and policies. Featured on the program will be a panel discussion pointing out rules for submitting Public Ity and principles to follow in writing for a newspaper. Mrs. Unters and schoolboys have i Elizabeth Hofferbert editor of raged in West and volunteers in Kansas and Missouri battled nearly a Hundred blazes. In Texas from 60 to 80 fires were reported. Winds in Kansas and Missouri were diminishing and were expected to help prevent the spread of the flames. The Pennsylvania game com Mission was expected to ask Rov. John f. Pine to set Back Hunting and fishing dates temporarily. Sex educator s body returned to state Greeneville up the body of or. Samuel Hunter Thompson a prominent Educa Tor formerly of Tennessee will arrive in Greeneville tomorrow from Washington d. C., where he died yesterday. Fought the Blaze steadily for a week without making any head Way against it. A Large new fire broke out in he Chilhowee mountains be Walland in Blount county superintendent of Public instruction and As supervisor of Indian education during the Coolidge administration. Funeral services will be held at Chuckey methodist Church thursday. Polio continued from Page 1 Gamma globulin blood fraction of adults who have had polio into children to give them immunity. The immunity lasts for Only a period of but May be used in localized epidemic areas to prevent the spread of the dread disease Van Riper said. Loans insurance All forms j. T. Parker insurance Agency in Cumberland phone Morelock Bluff. District forester Sam Long of Knoxville said this fire already had swept 500 acres of valuable Timber and is spreading. Scores of Forest fires fanned out across explosively dry Ken Tucky Timberland today in the worst outbreak in recent years. Army and National guard de tails joined hundreds of Volun Teers trying to head off wind whipped flames that in some instances threatened populated areas. All across the state new fires were breaking up As old ones were put Down. Forestry officials said the situation May become worse than a 1938 outbreak that caused evacuation of hundreds families to Creek Beds in East Kentucky. Negro doctor Hurt or. Jasper c. Foust negro physician 929 Walnut st., was Thompson 78, was a native of i admitted to Holston Valley com Chuckey in Greene county. Hospital monday night served from 1913 to 1915 As state suffering from self inflicted Flowers Backer Bros. Phone 2200 Charlemont mud Wii Anza its. Service Day night viewer telegraphed knife wounds in the Throat the Kingsport police department re ported. Hospital attendants listed his condition As fair tuesday morning. Mead will be Moderator. Panel participants will be mrs. Neal p Steen librarian and former times news employee mrs. Marshall Brimer miss Mary Clement and miss Dorothy ring All times news reporters. Louisiana jury May get Hoover murder Case today new Orleans Sec Ond trial of Louis Eugene Hoo ver charged with murdering Virginia millionaire James a. Mahoney in a 1949 Mardi gras season slaying May reach the nil male jury today. The defense rested its Case last night and the state began rebuttal testimony. A Neur psychiatrist testified for the defense that the former Louisville ky., parking lot attendant undergoes periods of temporary insanity. But during rebuttal the state introduced two physicians who told the jury they found Hoover sane during a lunacy commission examination several months ago and saw no reason to change their opinion now. The 28-year-old Hoover is accused of beating Mahoney to death in his hotel room in february 1949. Or. Walter Bromberg Sacra mento calif., Neur psychiatrist testified saturday that Hoover is a pay empathic personality and passes through periods of mental derangement. During or. Bromberg s Testi Mony saturday Hoover leaped to his feet screaming i m not in sane i m not sever Al deputies had to subdue him. Or. Bromberg s testimony was disputed by or. Edmund con Nelly new Orleans psychiatrist and or. Grenes Cole for Mer Orleans Parish county Cor Oner. They said they examined Hoover after his courtroom out break saturday and found the defendant not excited or con fused. Chattanooga Man Dies in Accident Chattanooga up James Carey Horton 24-year-old Dupont Plant worker died today of injuries received in a two car collision at an intersection Here shortly before Midnight. His death was the ninth in City traffic this year compared with 12 at this time last year. Kingsport Man Heads Tennessee Auto group Nashville ten Nessee automotive association yesterday elected James a. Clark Kingsport As its presi Dent to succeed John Walker Covington. The which closed its 13th annual convention Here today also named David p. Wechtel Nashville executive vice president and w. D. Brown Alamo Secretary treasurer. Polio victim Memphis 0-year-old, Billie Joe Johnson of Martin tenn., died of polio last night at isolation Hospital Here. He was the son of or. And mrs. W. J. Johnson. 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