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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 2, 1952, Kingsport, TennesseeIn tuesday sept. 2, 1952 Kingsport times carriers want mail delivery schedule upped sex governors Postl Tenn. Nashville former new York National Tennessee governors Jim my association of letter carriers i Cord and Ben Hooper we seek wants Congress to order Restora Tion of More than As delegates to the residential mail deliveries. Jitae s limited constitutional con the Al Union in a Resolution invention which meets Here next unanimously adopted yesterday april. Mccord said yesterday in at the opening session of its 38th Lewisburg that he probably will biennial convention also his formal announcement postmaster general Jesse As a candidate from mar Donaldson in a speech just be fore the Union adopted the Reso Lution. Regardless of whether the democrats or republicans win there is bound to be a change for the better for the postal said. We Are convinced that the answer to the problem of what is wrong is that we need a new postmaster the Resolution on mail deliveries asked Congress to act be cause the career postmaster general has done nothing to end the vicious results of his in famous curtailment order of april 17, 1950. Inhumane working conditions shall county. Hooper the Only living re publican sex governor who lives in Newport announced yester Day As a Delegate candidate from Cocke county. A 1951 legislative act provided for the convention to consider six specific changes to the state s unamended charter. Delegates will be elected in ill fated Detroit air show closed Detroit the ill fated impairing the health of letter International aviation Exposi carriers have been caused by the Tion closed its three Day run at order the Resolution said. Nearby Wayne major Airport monday in a torrential Down pour. Dogged by ill Luck from the beginning the program of army Navy and air Force demonstrations came to an abrupt halt in a sudden storm with driving rain Hail and winds upwards of 50 Miles an hour. The crowd estimated at was drenched before it could find shelter. The Field was turned into mud. And Many of the planes in the stationary exhibit were but anon fierling seeks off ice in Louisiana new Orleans member of Louisiana s Long dynasty seeks election to con Gress today in one of the state s two democratic Runoff primaries. Or. George s. Long Pineville dentist and brother of former gov. Earl Long and the late sen. Huey p. Long and Uncle of sen. Russell Long faces mayor Carl close of Alexandria in the 8th congressional District. In the 7th District voters de cide Between t. A. Thompson of Ville Platte 36, former state w. Feted and damaged. Harry Withers 32, a Spectator at the show was killed by Light Ning. Before the storm struck Steve Wittman 48-year-old operator of the Winnebago county air port near Oshkosh wis., flew to dramatic Victory in the sixth Continental motors trophy race for midget planes. Budget officer and John w. Tragedy hit quickly after the Clark Eunice Lumberman. I snows opening on saturday. An or. Long 68, who is also a Fig scorpion Jet burst apart Awyer and makes a med duri climbing Demontra Cine As a sideline is making his. Thuot and has a third race for the Post now held observer by rep. A. Leonard Allen 61. Observer Allen who Defeated Long twice decided not to seek re election after serving House. 16 years in the machinist admits Wisconsin slaying fond do Lac wis. 24 year old machinist has admitted the fatal beating of an attractive Telephone operator two weeks ago police said. William Gardner said in a signed statement that he had used an automobile lug wrench to Batter the head of Agnes Jaeger 24, in the pre Dawn of aug. 16. Gardner arrested the same Day pleaded innocent to a first degree murder charge. In his statement made Public monday by sheriff Arnold Sook he said i will no longer claim i was not responsible for her death. I caused but the statement added this was t first degree murder and i can prove it at my the statement gave no motive for the slaying. Gardner had told authorities earlier he picked up miss Jaeger and a girl companion at a tavern and said he had Given them a ride Home. The companion did not know of miss Jaeger s death until morning. Forest fires sweep Calif. Timberland Sacramento Calif. Flames spread Over some acres of Bone dry Northern and Central California Timber and grasslands but with Luck most fires will be controlled by mid week the state division of for Estry reported today. Kentucky news Louisville by. Preliminary report by the state department of health shows i that deaths increased and births i decreased in Kentucky for the first half of 1952 compared with the same period of last year. The report listed deaths j in the 1952 period compared with in 1951. Births numbered this year and last year. It it it Hazard by. Rus sell of Defiance pleaded guilty yesterday to four charges of As Sault and Battery with an Auto Mobile and was sentenced to six months in jail. He was identified As the Driver of an Auto Mobile that struck five injuring four of Lothair last May 3. It it it Clinton by. Teva than sr., was held in jail in de fault of Bond today in the fatal shooting of his son Bob jr., 25. Police said no formal charge had been placed against him. Young Trevathan was wounded sunday at Oakton and died yesterday in the Hospital Here. He was Home on leave from the merchant Marine. Special Coal furnaces Coal fired heavy duty steel furnaces for use in 5 or 6 room Homes. Priced jz40.09 to 350.00. Completely in stalled. No Money 36 months to pay seeds. Before Ion buy Sou Fhern Sheet Metal works 334 e. Snell Van St. At fire Points phone 135 tonight Glen Ford Broderick Crawford convicted sent to prison for an acc murder is into a hardened termer. Witnessing a murder he is Between the convicts and the code of the Law. Save 15% to 20% on insurance in All forms Dougherty roller 101 Broad Street phone 1600 c contest spot in now showing the great Pike s Peak Gold Rush in color by technicolor cripple Creek George Montgomery Novelty and news no criticism heard on soviet Congress Agenda Moscow up wide discus Sion of the proposed Agenda for the Congress of the soviet communist party next month were continuing today in factories and organizations throughout the country but thus far no criticisms have been reported. The communist party news paper pravda announced a week ago it would open its pages to both favourable and critical articles on the proposed five year plan and changes in the party statutes which Are up for approval at the Congress opening oct. 5. To Date however pravda has not published any items taking a negative attitude toward the proposals. Ninth District Congress foes speak in Wise Coeburn a. In ninth District Republican and demo cratic congressional candidates shared the same platform Mon Day in a labor Day Celebration Here. The speakers were state sen. M. M. Long democratic Nom Inee for the seat now held by retiring rep. Tom Fugate and William Wampler Republican candidate. Long promised to consider the interests of labor if elected to Congress and said he was aware of the important part the work ing Man has played in the development of America. Wampler 26-year-old Bristol newspaper reporter sharply criticized the nation s debt High taxes and what he termed excessive Federal a Parade led by Coeburn High school band preceded the speech making. Long and Wampler spoke Only briefly. County officers raid liquor Points county officers raided two Points on Holston River late sunday and found 18 pints of bended whisky and half gallon of Moonshine. Taking part in two raids which produced the whisky but no arrests were deputies j. F. Crawford sr., j. Fletcher m. C. Carroll. Ben Curtis and Elmer Franklin. The bonded whisky was found near the River Bank in old Kingsport while the Moonshine was discovered in a Creek at horse Creek gardens Deputy sheriff George Mckinney re ported. Virginians May receive Jox reduction soon Richmond state re leased some figures monday that provide new Hope for the harassed taxpayer. The figures showed that Vir Ginia s general fund collections for july the first month of the new fiscal year were up 10 per cent Over the same month in 1951. What does this simply that virginians May be in line for their third straight state income tax reduction. Under a complicated formula put into Law by the state legis lature taxpayers receive a re fund on their state income tax payments if general fund collections exceed the estimates of the Commonwealth s budget experts. During the past two fiscal years collections have exceeded estimates and virginians have earned reductions. The 10 per cent july increase Over the same month in 1951 May indicate another year of collection excess Over estimates. Widow s Bur Ley display wins Over experts Columbia Tenn. 76 year old widow from the saw dust Community near Here has won the Blue ribbon for her Bur Ley tobacco exhibit at the annual Maury county fair. Mrs. W. D. Mcbride who said it was the first tobacco she had orphans must choose Pony or food Stock Pittsburgh up an orphaned family of eight children had to choose today Between a Pony or a Well stocked food Freezer. The family ranging in age from 24-year-old mrs. Frances Hrubovcak to 15-month-old Loretta Gottron had the winning ticket for third prize in a county fair drawing. Their prize was the Pony but when Freezer firm officials who sponsored the drawing Learned the winners had lost their parents in an Auto crash two months ago they offered to re place the animal with a Freezer filled with food. It s up to the kids now. Officers Nob giant stills in Hawkins but the first month s Rob a customer yesterday to v. W. Are far from a conclusive Indi when the Man took Rosary rovers Vinje finn a cation what with 11 months from his pockets and be go the thief told Jeremiah o Cal Hawkins county peace offi nosed out a Large experienced Burley this High Quality Ever grown number of growers in Burley area. I had some extra space in my Garden this she said. Figuring i needed something to keep me Busy and out of mis chief i set out 11 and she said she had no thoughts at All of winning a prize. I just brought it along to help improve the she added. Bright spots port Washington n. Y. Up a tavern thief refused hat Boyle s column from All sources the general state s big operating fund collected in Lahan to keep his Money took from the Cash Regis july a Rise of Over july iter of George Hodges the Tav 1951. General fund tax sources Jern owner yielded for a of labor Day monday. 4. Take things easy on now one minute to Zero Robert Mitchum Ann Blyth features at and Tom and Jerry sleep time Tom world news the smaller total in crease for All general fund revenues was due to some falling off in non tax revenues. Counting All funds general special and institutional the state took in during july. This represented an in crease of Over the same month of a year ago. Among general fund Taxe that showed gains for july were estate taxes up to 508 Beer taxes up to individual income Taxe up to aside from the general fund unemployment c o m p e n station payroll tax collections dropped to a total of the drop was caused mostly by lowered tax rates voted by the 1951 general Assembly and up into effect in july. Gross sales in the state s Abc stores meanwhile continued an upward trend. They totalled during july a Rise o Over july 1951. Cool air brings rain to Nashville Nashville mass o cold air accompanied by 45. Mile an hour winds Swep through Nashville late last nigh bringing heavy rainfall. Temperatures plunged from 82 to 65 degrees shortly after the Cool front moved into the area electric Power was shut off Brief y to some areas of the City by no serious wind damage was re a irked. Brighton England they journeyed Over to the Beech Creek Section and captured two giant stills and destroyed j Gallons of Mash one still cartoon and Novelty Triangle drive in theatre tonight steel helmet starring Robert Hutton Steve Brody to y l o d Gate clip a. A today pail visitors to Brighton aquarium were surprised yesterday when they saw Victor Craker 4, gasp ing for air in a 10-foot-deep fish tank. He had fallen through the Glass roof of the tank when he tried to get a better look. Visi tors fished him out. It it w Vienna up a yugoslav Tenor will sing in court hoping his melodic testimony will prove the Vienna state opera is guilty of breaking his contract. Jovan Gligor engaged by the company for 22 performances charged the management broke the contract after he Sang in was in operation when the officers arrived on the scene but the the operator Woods. Escaped through participating in the raid were deputies George Pierce Homer Yankee r. E. Roller and Orpha Conklin and Constable Bill Wil Cox. Jenn. Family has monopoly Lawrenceburg Tenn. Rigoletto and there s a family of Lindsey in the management said Gli these parts that just about has Gor s singing was monopoly on Public offices. Five witnesses including con Ductor Rudolt moral will testify for the opera company. It it it Bonham Texas. By Spence borrowed an idea from the ancient egyptians to air condition his place of Busi Ness in the 100-degree heat. Spence moved his Lawn sprinkler to the tin roof of his pro Duce company yesterday. He re ported today it keeps the temperature Down in the neighbor Hood of 90 it it it Madison wis. F. Killian found out just How Well his septic tank operates when he tried to pump out 565 Gal Lons of fuel Oil a deliveryman dumped into it by mistake. The tank had absorbed All the Oil. Here s the lineup a. D. Lind sey is Lawrence county judge Edward Lindsey is mayor of Lawrenceburg and w. H. Lindsey is chief of police. But that s not All. Mrs. Howard Dillon born a Lindsey is the county judge s Secretary. Mrs. Dillon and w. H. Jr., Are sons of w. H. Lindsey sr., a Law a Renneburg attorney. The other i d. And sons of the elder Lindsey so brother the late Oscar Lindsey. J new York Fly this is a Day of tension in the american Home. The Long labor Day week end has Given husbands a taste for Leisure and they found it hard to put their noses Back to the same old Grindstone. They come Home from their first Day Back on the Job Cross and quarrelsome and saying things like what am i a Man or a what can a wife do to ease the pain it does no Good for her to Point out that she has Baen slav ing Over a hot stove herself. He requires com petition in self pity. He also needs to be assured he is a Lucky dog to have a Job and work is really wonderful. So i have gleaned a few historic male remarks to bolster his wife s argument. Clip these from your newspaper dear lady and put them on your husband s dinner plate to night there is no greater cause of melancholy than idleness no better cure than Ert Burton. Idleness is Only the Refuge of weak minds and the Holiday of fools. I look upon indolence As a form of Chester Field who was born wealthy. To do nothing is to be Noth Howe. He who would eat the Kernel must crack the if any would not work neither Shoul d he eat in All labor there is testament. No Man needs sympathy be cause he has to work far and away the Best prize that life of fers is the Chance to work hard at work Worth Roosevelt. If the almighty had Ever made a set of men that should do All eating and none of the work he would have made them with Mouths Only and no hands Lincoln. When a great Many people Are unable to find work unemployment Coo Lidge Republican. Hor lies in honest Grover Cleveland Democrat. I on working for the same reason that a Hen goes on laying l. Mencken. It s All in the Day s work As the Huntsman said when the lion ate Kingsley. There is no substitute for hard work As a cure for worrying work is better than Whis Edison. Any Man who has a Job has Ai Hubbard. But till Are built like an Hammer and Choel and pen. We will work for ourself and a woman for Ever and Kipling. Heavy storms hit Kentucky by the assorted press severe wind and rain storms hit widely separated areas of Kentucky late yesterday and last night. A storm at Henderson in the Western part of the state late in the afternoon left uprooted Trees broken Power lines and flooded streets in its Wake. Heavy rain accompanied by wind of Gale velocity disrupted Telephone and electrical service and damaged several houses in the Northern Kentucky area last night. The wind reached torn adic proportions for about five minutes at but property damage was comparatively Light. No serious injuries were reported in either area. He did n t like shoes in store Larned. Kan. Elderly Man did t like any of the shoes shown to him in a store Here but As he was leaving he noticed those worn by another Custo Mer Chester Crane. He asked Crane to let him try them on. Crane consented. The result Crane walked out in a new pair of shoes paid for by the elderly Man and the lat Ter walked out in Crane s slightly worn comfortably broken in shoes. Gate City theatre show place of the City tuesday sept. 2 Duel at Silver Audie Murphy Faith Domergue Stephen Mcnally or Ive in tonight disc jockey Ginny Simms Tom Drake big double feature Richard Arlen Jean Parker the wrecking Crew no. 2 Alan Baxter Lenore Aubert in the Prairie n Heartbreak poised trigger off terror a Jhk tune new High in sask not mho Maui Joan Crawford in sudden fear with Jack Palance Gloria Grahame Bruce Benneh starts tomorrow cols cartoon Scalp treatment world news Fox today Turhan Bey Lynn Bari in the amazing or. A cartoon news in 2zhours torm. Tonight wednesday thursday Kingsport drive in theatre on Hwy. Opposite Araa a 1

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