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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 6, 1955, Kingsport, TennesseeDays Chy county 288 72 do too know it u unlawful u of Crutti roads or Imer Tec if Kingsport times vol. Xii no. 178 Kingsport twin., tuesday september 12 to five cents the latest news of any newspaper in Southwest Virginia East Tennessee anxious to get Over town this morning students jammed corridors and filled classrooms eager to begin another school year. Many were accompanied by pets not so anxious to give up their Young masters. With enrol Lent at an All time High even with the new Ross n. Robinson Junior High school shown above classrooms Are filled to overflowing. All schools were operating on smoothly running schedules however and principals anticipated the Best school year nation s Highway death count 423 for Holiday Sullivan has no deaths in period by the associated press a heavy toll of traffic Accident deaths was made by american motorists during the three Day la Bor Day weekend exceeding and Vance predictions and the toll for the 1954 Holiday. Reports still trickling in today 423 persons died in traffic mishaps Between 6 . Local time Friday and Midnight monday. An additional 80 persons drowned and 88 died in miscellaneous accidents Lor an Overall total of 591. This compared with a record Hie i of 4fil and record Overall total Tennessee and Virginia will be Host to a series of Public hear Ings next week to consider new production control measures for Burley tobacco. Because of dissatisfaction with the present program which pro Vides for rigid marketing quotas with penalties Lor overproduction the last Congress directed the agriculture department to study various other methods of controls. The meetings Are scheduled As follows Abingdon. Va., sept. 12 Knox Yulle term., sept. 13 Bowling traffic toll was 364. With every Effort being made by urea officers and National guard volunteers. Sullivan county was free from Rienth or serious injury during the 78-hour Holiday. However the 5th division of Tennessee Highway patrol did re Cord two deaths during the period. For the entire state seven deaths re known and at least two re main critically injured. The National safety Council had predicted 400 would die Over the Holiday. Today Ned h. Dearborn Council president said in state ment the toll think heaven stayed below the All Lime record for labor Day. X x x it is of Small com fort to anyone who sincerely believes that this wholesale Slaughter on the highways need not and must uni he tolerated. We Hope believe that extra Effort on the part of everyone be tween now and Christmas will hold Down the year end Holiday a Netty Council statistics show thai 32 other persons Are injured for every traffic death. Also for very three persons killed a fourth Dies later of injuries. Last year 364 were killed la traffic accidents during the labor Day Holiday. This year s Holiday toll also topped that of a no Holiday week end tabulated two weeks ago for comparative purposes. An associated press Survey of deaths Dur ing the aug. 19-22 weekend showed 385 traffic deaths 67 drownings and 85 violent deaths for miscellaneous causes. Some safely experts contend the hich hold try tolls in recent years can be attributed m part to an inadequate Road network to handle the Large number of automobiles in operation. The National safely Council estimated 60 million motorists were the highways sunday afternoon and Muht in 25 million vehicles. Tennessee figures included traffic deaths and one in a Railroad ure Idem classed As miscellaneous. Is o drownings were reported. The reported fatal Accident killed Virgil Wilson. 29. Of Oak ride and hospitalized my four of whom were listed in Cri j tical condition. J i he mishap occurred last night on 7i Uirt nines t him Oft Diin Triduc when a truck blew a 1 i p and overturned partially blocking the Highway. Officers a second truck a pm i my swerved to avoid the tech find r diluted Headon with Auto in which Wilson and two Oiler soldiers were returning to co nip Gordon. Go. Two persons had been Kii Ivd in sunday Trufer crashes. And Whiee m sum by the railway Accident occurred Friday by sept. 14 Louisville ky., sept. 14, and Lexington ky., sept. 16. The control program now in hearings on Barley control ideas slated Washington Kentucky among proposals for improvement have been that the controls be based on poundage or a Combina Tion of poundage and acreage limitations. By holding the hearings the de part Ait said it will obtain com ments and suggestions from farm organizations producer cooperatives and other agricultural Agen cies. These views will be considered by the department in making a report to Congress not later than nov. 1. Those who will conduct the hear based upon acreage limitations. In. Todd and Arthur c. Conover. Gop chief asks time to answer Truman Washington nation s major radio broadcasting networks today considered a de Mand from top National chair Man Leonard Hall for equal air that to answer former president Truman s labor Day attack on the Eisenhower administration. Hall claimed the top is legally entitled u equal radio tits. Truman in a Detroit sep pc accused the Republican administration of being dominated by big he also said it. Is concerned More with dollars than with the Hall demand was sent to the Columbia broadcasting sys tem the National broadcasting co., and the american broadcast ing co. The weather Kingsport and Vicinity partly a ii id suet warm local no Liili in upper Kali Toni Nln. Low temperatures in Middle 60j wednesday Jpn rally file during and not us warm High in lower c world briefs London Ufi Britain today offered Cyprus a new Constitution giving the Mediterranean Island s and enthusiastic As schools open by Dot primer to writer some old familiar sights sounds greeted motorists and be pcs trans on Kingsport streets tues Day on the opening Day of school. Even As Early As a few minutes past eight this morning Small Fry lightly clutching and Pencil were making their Way to school alongside sophisticated teen agers with no books at All. 1 visited several elementary schools and Dobyns Bruiett High school this morning soon after the opening Bell sounded and found principals to first graders enthusiastic Over the beginning of the school year. At Washington is at several other elementary schools in the City. I met several Young students herding dogs out of the Halls. One Bright eyed youngster was taking her pet into the principal s office. I be got to Call Mother and get her to come after she con red China releases american prisoners Phillips murder trial underway by Ralph Rasnick Clintwood sept. Murder trial which has attracted nation wide attention is scheduled for this term of court which convenes to Day. Mrs. Blanche Phillips wife of Carl Phillips is charged with shooting to death 23-year-old in wed Mother of two children. Miss Ramona counts was killed As she Lay in bed at her Home at Mcclure on the morning of june 8. Sheriff John c. Rose said at the time its. Phillips admitted shoot ing miss counts mrs. Phillips whose husband is a Coal operator and owner of a race track hired a taxi from Dante to bring her to the counts Home and from there on to the sheriffs office in Clint m. M. Long of St. Paul and Glen Phillips of Clintwood. Prosecuting atty. Hensel Flem ing will be assisted by s. H. South Erland according to reports from Clintwood. Or. Maurice Santurian Clintwood and Pound physician who is charged with illegal Sale of narcotics is scheduled to go before the grand jury today. A manslaughter Case against Wil Liam Murphy is also scheduled for this term of court. Murphy is charged with manslaughter As the result of an automobile Accident in which Elsler Yates was killed last february. At the last term of court the Murphy trial resulted in a Hung jury. County court clerk Herbert Ras Nick said a heavy docket was set Wood. Mrs. Phillips been under a Bond since the court Walju Edued to Convene and at the last term of court the Case was continued because mrs. Phillips was undergoing treatment at a Hospital. Attorneys for mrs. Phillips monday labor Day but on it motion judge Frank Smith adjourned until today in order to attend the Breaks interstate Park dedication Are program. Ings include Clarence l. Miuca 6he explained director of the tobacco Branch of the commodity stabilization serv but ice and tobacco specialists Robert a. Owen Claude Turner. Joseppi o schoo with usually when school first starts. I bet hell be Here Tomor Row the Little girl whose name is Catherine Stone said she was Happy that school was starting again. Why of i just like she Niri. She added she was in the second Grade and her teacher was very pretty. Comments were slightly less enthusiastic from several email boys encountered in the Halls. But they residents More self Rule the Prospect of self determination j one Young Walt lip in the in the future Halls commented she was sort of id and soil of the in Uther Flora makes sweep away from Mainland Miami Fla. If Hurricane Florn a Well behaved lady was making a sweeping curve today that will keep it in the open Atlan tic and away from the american Mainland. This storm is not a threat to any part of the United states the Miami weather Bureau reported. Flora should let into an upper air r n t 1 lowing from the forecaster Cecil Gentry said. Tills should head it farther North while it is still Well away from the it was roughly a thousand mile from the nearest Mainland Point Nantucket and about 660 Miles Southeast of Bermuda. Packing 100-mile winds it slipped off its northwestward path monday night and Brgan the turn to North. If the curve continues it should pass Bermuda to the East weather men said. By Tom Grekov Berlin a civilian handed Over in u. S. Control by the rus sians after seven years in soviet labor Camps was questioned closely today to determine his claim to american citizenship. U. S. Officials said that Fredrick Charles Hopkins told so Many Dlf i stories that h s actual i tuesday could open to ques. Long in in. I ton. The Man reportedly said Mon inst Eherd Daliy after the russians released him that he was from new York the and wife Are r Hopkins is in the. Custody of in brother of Earl Jones tuesday morning signed a warm new Delhi. A India new of seven five of whom Are in school she said she would miss the Fhil Trimi playing around the House floods swept areas of ens can hip child run s Sake she was today the International red. Glad school was Siarny a inn. Cross sped h first shipment of 20. " Ink they re bettor off Back tons of Relief supplies Here bvindsc1 00 " she i Paul bums principal of plane. Indian red Cross officials Nigton and Lee estimated 26 million persons had schools expressed pleasure to be convict escapes with soap gun Quebec Mure f ice Wilbert coffin bluffed his Way i Man Cru out of a with Oil hearing slated in knifing Case Israel makes apology for breaking truce Jerusalem Israel and Egypt struggled today to maintain a shaky peace along the tense Gaza Frontier. R Israel apologized monday for the Only clash reported along the Border since both nations renewed their cease fire pledge sunday. The israelis said one of their patrols had crossed into the egyptian held Gaza strip sunday night through a Egypt said the patrol of 20 sol Diers opened fire on an egyptian outpost. Two israelis were killed and a third taken prisoner in the ensuing clash. The egyptians said they suffered no casualties. Civilian freed by Russia tells different stories talks Geneva produce initial positive result Geneva w Chini notified the United states today that nine american civilians detained in China including six women were now free to return Home. Red chinese ambassador Wang Ping Nan told u. S. Ambassador u. Alexis Johnson at their 13th meeting that two other americans could leave at once if they asked for exit permits and a third could leave within two or three months. The. Two ambassadors have been meeting at intervals since aug. 1, negotiating the release of 41 Ameri cans imprisoned in China or denied exit permits. The announcement by Wang was the first positive result of the talks since they began. There was no indication when the chinese reds would release the 29 americans not mentioned on Wang s list but the ambassadors agreed today to continue their secret talks on saturday. American delegation members Able to find Only a partial identification for same of the americans listed release by Wang. A delegation spokesman said none had been imprisoned. Listed for immediate departure were Motsi Emma Angelina Barry a Young girl living in Shanghai with Ler Mother a White russian who was not an american citizen. Ralph sharpies Boyd Shanghai representative of the North. Ameri can Syndicate born in Washington . In 1891. Mrs. Juanita Byrd Huang a Southern Baptist missionary mar ried to a Cit Lsen born mount Olive miss., in 19m. Nhi g i Andi cd licence agents. He is in Good u i gence Agens. E s n goo Poplar fits where Jones was be spite of nos Iong euro morning by friends of the victim Wilfred c Cumish m of Ames that Jones had 400 stitches taken and t worm lion his arms Fields 36, of buy Side. N. Y. And us. and i both soldiers had been missing the sessions court judge and May be tried As a hearing has been set for the Cise deserters. They were under guard on sept. 10 at 10 a. M. Today in the army Hospital until Jones 42, 1634 Spruce Street was reported in Good condition tues Day at Holston Valley Community Hospital. Gardens Barrett and his rested sunday at 40, of Sullivan wife their were a Home by medical examinations Are completed. The three said they knew nothing about a report that another Ameri can by the name of Grishman was in soviet hands and was about to Robert Howard Parker t re tired businessman born in Phila Delphia pa., in 1873. Howard la Suhrke Ricks manager of Bills motors Branch in Shanghai born in Boi cobol. In 1888. Mrs. Howard Olschke Ricks wife born in Shanghai in ism. Miss Eva Stella Dugay known As sister Theresa a nun in the carmelite Convent in Shanghai born in new York City in 1893. Mrs. Nadesha a Romanoff a White russian living in Harbin who became a naturalized american citizen in 1897, place and Date of birth not known. Miss Irene n. Romanoff her daughter born in 1940. E. Upchurch and released. The report came from w. Fletcher. Austrian repatriates a Vienna lust said he had acted i a officials sold Hopkins apparently had some reason for clouding ills past Zulzer married to the dutch Man Ager of the Shanghai Branch of the Bonk of America were free a Lori idol a Flat not rli., us America Werc Jacc it they pied up seven been made homeless in East India Barl Nurt said he thought things and East and West Pakistan where heavy Monsoon Rains had coincided with the annual Rise resulting from the melting of Himalayan snows. Blackpool. England Brian Winter was fined 5 pounds i 1 monday for lurking a Man were getting off to a pretty smooth Start. That things were operating smoothly at Dobyns Bennett High school was self evident when at a few minutes St nine o clock All students were in their respective classrooms ready to begin work. Paul Elliott Dobyns Bennett principal. Sald school opened this morning with everyone who Nad registered in class following a with a Blunt a stick Assembly program. Low humid ii. Continue i fair Mirt Rolft sen i of Candy a Yard Long and Lour nil Cool inches thick. Temperatures tvs Throat toi1at . Guards and locked the sergeant Al arms in the boiler room. But the 44-year-old Gaspe pros Pector sentenced to hang sept. 23. Wan persuaded by his lawyer to give himself up after Only 1 i hours of Freedom. Bra n Dis Hing the intricately carved soap gun. Colfin took ail the keys of the jail with him when he left. Lawyer Raymond Maher who defended the prospector at his trial last year said coffin hailed a taxi a few Hundred feet from the jail and asked to be driven to the Constable j. E. Upchurch lice chief o Barrett in defense of his children alter lie nought was reaching for a gun during an argument at an intersection about b . Saturday. Jones had run a Stop sign. Two of the bar belts Lour rail the russian Dien wire spoiled to be in tit in. Hmm. About him i car at the time. Ann i a nip Miv things 1 i Clarles Sydney Miner Shanghai re is Teeth Asl Tuc the metropol land co. And c. V. Starr enterprises was free to leave after the two or three months he needed to Complete the settlement of brother of Walsh of Cuin former Maryland bid for title miss America examination soldiers but in Lair condition. The doctors withheld further details until completion of a thorough checkup. Army spokesmen said it was presumed All three had been held in various slave labor Camps for the past seven years. All three Are scheduled to be Wang said. Mrs. Jimmie Dobson succumbs at Hospital Elliott added that the Dobyns Bennett High school hand presented several numbers under their Quebec in . New director h. L. O Hora at this Lac said. Coffin asked the Driver if he knew Ottawa seventy two Ca asst ably and it. Looks like we re died violent sch this during to Hilve Al very Fine band in line labor Day weekend. I Highway accidents took the Liv of 49. Eleven were drowned and 12 died from various other causes. The death count was almost Dou Bleth 38 who perished Over Laborda last year. Deed this it str in the Halls were several Stu dents wild in i for Brief Coji Inicis. Joyce Haynes. A Transfer from Johnson said everything is and new it s a Little confuse where i the Driver. G Aston telephoned i s once for Maiers Lam 34 hours Nannt. Rel Pitallos this year 4180. Today s skies Frank. Thurs Tav Nii Fht it m lip in the lit Sun Nioni where it null of 1951. Com puled a of computed by Bailey san Francisco live Waves of flames distr us but i think i m to like it. I m anxious to get school opening again is Iid dress and apart mini. Atlantic City. . Tin screened by army s interrogators they re Here arid they re ready for latter several Days medical treat Battle. Forty nine lovelies from ment. Throughout the nation primed to in View of military intelligence Day with their sights set on the work by Cumish officials were miss America Crown and to learn what he Emma Lou Dobson. Wife of Jim Host of prizes that go with it. Have told the russians during his Mie Dobson president of Hamlett an illuminated j Dobson inc., died unexpectedly authorities also planned to evening. Mrs. Dobson be on the three about other 111 following dinner and died night. The Public will get its first americans especially soldiers who shortly alter being admitted to Labreque of the contestants disappeared from Berlin Valley Community Host but first the Beauty Queen Hope inc cent years us she Wos vice president of Ham f Iii Meriun nil floats 27 bands and a Fleet of cars officially opens the Pate not then drove to the were mated to pose in swim1 suits for television and prisoners released inc. St Nie months ago mrs. Dobson was a teacher in coffin was convicted of murder newspaper photographers comps reported the Kingsport Public school system ing Elchard Lindsey. 17-year-old then comes a round of rehearsals to null to the acc men Ltd been Al re Loti of marriage then the _ d a w. Greatest thing that has Ever Hap a incr Eugene _ 90 a i inn Hollidaysburg pa., Hunter prepare the girls fur the pageant i Parade. Bear Una cd wednesday night will begin pre 5en evening gown to Cir prisoners. Years ago. Young Lindsay s , along with of is swimsuit. Threatened Pond to said Frank Mccoy 20 two priceless Redwood Groves to Jenii. I like school. It Kinda grows lamp to nov set full on a Hunt Day As raging Forest fires blazed Ion in in june ifi53. Out of control in Northern and con w. L. Coward City patrolman j trial California. Commented that school traffic had Lauto msuranc6 Down More than 1.500 fire fighters Low this morning. Patrol1 47, and Ebert Talent competitions. They will of Voica of amerion were found in Bush-1 last for three evenings. A Nicoiu with the Field semifinalists by narrowed saturday to 10 night then Suk cd five finalists and finally a new miss America will be crowned before a nation Moscow George w. Malone a next after five Days in Moscow thinks the . Govern ment should get rid of its voice of America radio because battled flames whipping through Joys were on duty and everything Nashville i he Stote wide television audience. I whipped the soviet people up the Sequoia National in smoothly. It s a Little Early i announced reductions today in. The current Queen Lee Ann Point of a revolution. Nevada o thl Vel lie said. But. I think Automo Ballf insurance of san fort Scisro will and he thinks . Military to five years ant to or. Dobson. She was an Active member of the i first presbyterian Church a past president of the Parent teachers association a member of the american legion auxiliary and the order of the Eastern Star and of a number of civic organizations. Tenn., and obtained her teacher s training at Middle Tennessee state Sierra in to a More than acres were already there Are fewer cars being driven blackened dam ape was estimated to school f believe everything is at More than jfi50.000. 8.2 cent annual caving of policyholders. An her successor who should be Cut Back reaps a Harvest in prizes cause he finds no evidence the and personal appearance fees. Soviet Union is prepared for gop pressure on Ike to run in 56 mounts Ernest Park 22, of near bulls Gap died sunday evening in a Greeneville Hospital after being injured when his car ran off an overhead Bridge at bulls Gap about 2 a m. Sunday. In Kingsport there was no Acci Dent involving serious injury or head propei5 Darner. Dii intr the weekend the 1hp a. I. Man a or h.uhua-.1-. three who i in nah he in an Eifort to prevent accidents. By Marvin l. Arro Smjth Denver w party pressure on president Eisenhower to run for re election is building quite a head of steam. Vice president Nixon stoked the boiler fires Well monday with his statement that closest to the overwhelm ing majority of Republican Lead ers throughout the More optimistic than Ever that he will agree to be a candidate again. And the pressure almost certainly v. Ill in int several degrees s turd a when gop chairmen from ail 4ft Confer with the president Here to map party Stefl for the 1956 pres Denum and congressional Nixon met with n at vacation had Junr ters after he had discussed nation Al Security problems with the pres ident for about an hour. The vice president said he and Eisenhower talked no politics whatever but Nixon had plenty to say on that subject afterward.1 he said in his opinion sen. Mccarthy a Wist is the ouch a n political threat to Eisenhower and in the Republican party. Said n lion. A h a Furre year at the elect when or senator was firing Sharp Chi scism Power. In those elections Republic jims lost Connol of our political h. Story Jinx pm said that when an individual takes on the top Man and wins j the grows. But i when you make a frontal assault if you lose Vou Are through. And Iliili is happened on this 11 in or Carilin. At applet on wis., i monday 1 do a r Ike he a head "1 it i that of Succo. S is had on what Nixon Cash d a fro dual assault every i Nator Bias u duly to expose m compete birr and wrongdoing in government of which parly is no that i intend to continue As for Eisenhower running again the president himself told Washington news conference in August thai the stale of his health next year would be a Factor in Max ing up hi.1 or u ked tin up. How he Iii .1 i p Sorn he pie look Nixon replied. I feel that he is in tip top shape and mentally in his attitude toward and the Job. Nixon added has become easier for the president the longer he is in he said the president has it so Well organized that he now can turn Over secondary problems to aides and concentrate personally on the great and important on related political matters Nixon said 1 tin Ralic pre Noimi Inifi on Couitt Ai Hirt Lioi .10 i Mac for. Ard Harrinan of new York san. Fustes Kefauver of Tennessee. Kefauver. Said Nixon. Has been con mently under est knitted by the professional politicians. He predicted that in his own state of California Kefauver could win next year s democratic presidential Pri Mary Down Over Stevenson and Hartman. 2. The most difficult Issue for the in Impi will be de sense of the administration s farm program farm prices have Heen pm Lerir. But Nixon voiced Eon Ondrik e Thev Oon i. The atm inc preside anal Nuiji Umof u ill choir a but n a i Rev Foi ih.ii.k-., or the party. Eth Dobson a senior at Doh yes by in Icett High All of 901 Birch St. Three Sisters mrs. K. T Jar Nikon and mrs. O. R. Lons. Both of Nashville and mrs. Condor Parsons and one Broth i Harold Mcllwain. Parsons. The funeral service will be con ducted at 4 p. M. Wednesday at the. First presbyterian Church. Or. M. Be in Oak Hill cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral Home until the hour of the service. That was Kin Omaha t ins a passim in re Knox Blainer today for n Bro Ken window m a Downum told police a Houim Wosnum her foot Nihro Uili Tiv inf tvs As i kiting her

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