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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 5, 1952, Kingsport, Tennessee2 Friday sept. 5, 1952 Kingsport times City school officials this term by Bill Barnett with the first week of the new term closing today City schools still Are making the usual adjustments to fit pupils into available school facilities and provide enough teachers for All. Here Are some of the problems faced by the Board of education at its september meeting thurs Day night 1. Some students at Dobyns Bennett High school where a million Dollar addition just went into use a couple of years have to stand up during study periods because there Aren t enough tables and chairs in the study Hall for All. 2. Two teachers submitted their resignations and had to be replaced. There already were several vacancies. 3. Fifth and sixth grades in All elementary schools Are crowded and one or two More teachers May have to been aged for those grades and some pupils shifted from one school to another to achieve the proper number per classroom. 4. The number of pupils per classroom Range from 21 to 55. The school Board considers about 27 to 29 the most desirable number. 5. Pupils already Are reviving an old the food in the cafeteria All runs together on their plates. They d like to have divided plates such As Are used in restaurants. City school Ross n. Rob Inson reported enrolment As of thursday totalled an in crease of 320 Over same Day last year. As usual Lincoln elementary school had the most this time the High school for adult practical nursing classes be converted into an auxiliary study Hall. The school Board decided to explore the possibility of finding other facilities for the nursing program perhaps in a Home economics or shop room that would not be suitable for study Hall use. The school Board accepted the resignation of miss Anna b. Kil Gore who found it necessary to return to her Home in Morris town and Samuel Cullop of the Junior High school faculty. Tom my Hill was appointed to replace Cullop. To fill other vacancies some due to resignations received by the Board at its August meeting the school Board formally elected these teachers mrs. Paul of Ley mrs. Janice Fletcher mrs. Ursula Colmery Thomas Mccon Nell Zane Orey and mrs. Joanne Allen Davis. The Board empowered superintendent Robinson to engage one or two More fifth or sixth Grade teachers if he finds it necessary to do so. He already had authority to shift some Pup ils from one school District to another with their consent to make other adjustments. Regarding the plates used in the cafeterias the school Board already had decided last year to buy divided plates in its next order but no new plates have been bought since then professor Robinson said. Meanwhile the Board recommended that spoons with holes in them be used to dish out vegetables to Featuce the juice Content on plates As much As possible. One thing the pupils could t complain of is that they Are be was next with washing Jing overcharged for the noon ton and Lee. Had 781, Jackson meals. Superintendent Robinson 657, Junior High 650 and Doug lass 242. Robinson said Dobyns Bennett principal Roy e. Kinnick recommended that a room now used reported a 25 cent plate lunch now costs 33 cents to prepare including the Cost of food and la Bor but not Upkeep or depreciation of the cafeteria equipment Virginia destroys 60 hogs in Effort to Check disease Richmond p positive diagnosis of vesicular exan Thema has been made at the Conicville prison Camp in Shenandoah county state veterinarian w. L. Bendix said thursday. Bendix said 60 hogs at the Camp were destroyed thursday. He ordered their destruction after receiving a report from the Federal Bureau of animal Industry that the disease diag Nosis was positive. The Camp was quarantined earlier this week when presence of the disease harmless to humans but highly injurious to hogs was suspected. Bendix said the fences sur rounding the hog lot at the Camp also had been destroyed and the area treated with Lime and soda Ash to avoid contagion. As an other precaution against spread of the disease prisoners took special foot Baths and cleaned their shoes. The loss to the Camp was placed at Bendix said the source of fhe disease at the Camp was traced to a Harrisonburg firm which had bought its meat from a Baltimore essay Slaughter House. Some spoiled and infected meat was fed raw to the hogs at the Camp and the disease broke out the veterinarian said. We were just Plain Lucky in being Able to control the out break at the he said. The Harrisonburg firm had sold Only to the Camp. Bendix said the Baltimore slaughterhouse has been closed Down although earlier it had passed Federal inspection. He urged persons feeding hogs to Cook garbage fed them and to eliminate in the meantime pork scraps from their food. Secret talks held on freeing Oatis Washington Sador Ellis o. Briggs wound up secret strategy talks today on american efforts to free news Man William n. Oats from a czech prison cell. Briggs who headed for a Long delayed Maine vacation before taking Over As new u. S. Ambas Sador to Korea declined to Dis close what he and Secretary of state Dean Acheson discussed. It was understood however that Briggs was unable to report any break in his fruitless negotiations with the russian satellite nation. Oats frail mild mannered associated press correspondent in Prague was jailed 18 months ago on trumped up spy charges. Every diplomatic Man Euver has failed to win his release. The most the reds have done was to allow Briggs to see Oatis in his cell once last april. Georgia paper to support Ike Columbus a. Co Lumbus enquirer announced to Day it will support the presiden tial candidacy of Republican Dwight d. Eisenhower. It is the first time in history the morning newspaper in this City of population has failed to support a democratic presidential nominee. The paper is nearing its 125th birthday. In an editorial the enquirer said we have failed to find what we consider sufficient Rea son to give support this year to the party of our fathers though we have reached this decision without army warns stolen rods radioactive Camp Mccoy wis. Up army authorities warned today that 27 Metal rods stolen from a chemical warfare building Here contained radio Active Cobalt that could harm persons handling them. Col. H. R. Statham command ing officer of Camp Mccoy said the Cobalt was not classified material such As that used in the development of atomic weapons. But he said the rods would throw off an unsafe amount of radiation in 10 hours and anyone handling them for 25 Days or More would be subject to radiation the rods were used at the 5th army chemical warfare train ing Center As aids in detecting radiation. Headline Nightmare Tokyo in the new com Mander of the British common wealth division in Korea has the kind of a name that gives head line writers nightmares maj. Gen. Michael Montgom Ery Alston Roberts West. But the Genera is considerate. Said one of his staff officers he prefers to be called Gen. West or if you want to be More formal maj. Gen. M. A. R. West. Newsmen quickly adopted that. To Frost arc always. A distinctive photograph by Benkee m. Gardner equipment company 627 w. Snell Van Street phone 2897 offers free estimates on venetian blinds and linoleum and Coal Fra aces Asphalt and rubber tile aluminium steel Rock Wool no Down payment up to 36 months to fat phone 970 Gilliam cabs h. G. Gillum. Of new and no fat Torr Lee Safe and centum service 970 Eui Back of Conlen by terminal 4-h club District winners named at Richmond meet Richmond Virginia 4-h club boys and girls were named thursday As District win ners in the 1952 farm and Home electric project. They were presented Gold watches at the banquet of the second annual state 4-h farm and Home electric Congress at hotel Jefferson. The winners Southwest Mccall Washington county and Jack Good Roanoke county. Central Hud son Halifax county and Joyce Falln Franklin county. Southeastern District Patricia Lupton Princess Anne county and r. Wayne Clark Lunenburg county. Eastern District Nancy George Henrico county and Ray Burcher York county. Northern District Phyllis Payn Albemarle county and James Henry King jr., Allegheny county. The project was sponsored by the Virginia agricultural Extension service the Westing House. Educational foundation and electric Power suppliers in the old Dominion. More than 60 counties where the 4-h electric program has been in Progress the past year Are represented at the two Day meeting Here. W. J. Rydout jr., editor of electricity on the cited a changing picture when it comes to keeping them Down on the farm in a banquet address tonight. The new York editor said farm youths years ago could not be blamed for seeking better Fields in Urban communities but he contended the situation is different today. If one has tha making of a Good Farmer if he has demonstrated that he has not Only inherited a Talent but also has developed a skill toward becom ing a Superior Farmer then he is called to stay on the farm and do a better Job than even mom and pop Rydout said. Gov. Battle welcomed Dele Gates to the Congress. He noted that 15 years ago less than a fifth of Virginia s farms were electrified and said that at pres ent electric Power serves More than 90 per cent of them. Battle told the Congress Vir Ginia s Economy always has been predominantly agricultural and he added that our Progress As a people and As a state has been dependent to a very High degree upon the progressive character of our farm 700 Bankers hear policy discussion Memphis in about 700 Bankers heard a discussion of banking policies which affect the agricultural and economic life of the South yesterday. Addressing the group attend ing the second joint conference1 of correspondent Banks Spon a sorted by the Memphis Clearing House association were j. C. Welman president of the Bank of Kennett to. Conwell Sykes president of the Commer Cial National Bank of Greenville miss. John m. Upchurch vice president of the commercial Bank Trust co., Paris tenn., and j. W. Bellamy jr., president of the National Bank of com Merce Pine Bluff Ark. Fire damage inking sport drops sharply fire damage in Kingsport in August was Only one eighth As much As that of the same month last year and approximately one Twenty third As much As the damage in August 1950, a monthly report by City safety director John g. Martin shows. Martin listed 14 alarms and damage. In August 1951, there were 14 alarms and damage and in August 1950, 15 alarms and damage. There Wai one fire casualty recorded last month however the first in a Long time and the 15th since the fire department Here started keeping records. Adding to the significance of the Low damage rate was the fact that All damage recorded occurred to motor vehicles none at All to any kind of building. Four automobiles sustained damage and one motor bicycle other alarms during the month included one at Holston Valley Community Hospital three business buildings one residence two trash fires one out House and one supposed fire. A total of property value was at risk. Two firemen received 27 hours training at the state fire school during the month and one received 40 hours of Driver train ing. Father requests police to arrest dope addict son new York heart broken father asked Bronx police to arrest his son because he could no longer Bear to watch him steal from the family to buy narcotics authorities said today. Isadora Bellis a former liquor dealer said in his complaint that his son Murray Belles 28, had stolen and. Various items of clothing Over a 10-year period. Detectives arrested Bellis at a Bronx apartment House last night and held him on a grand larceny charge. Police said Bellis admitted he was a narcotics addict. The elder Bellis said his son became an addict at the age of 16 after some of the older boys in their neighbourhood dared him to try narcotics for thrills. Detectives said Bellis inherited from his Grandfather s estate about three years ago but threw away his legacy on narcotics in less than six months. 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