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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 8, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeKing port time wednesday. September 8, 1954 pays a part in the artistic work of 2v Jear old Christine Grimes right As sister Babel. 4, obligingly loan her pretty face for the Frame. They entered is the artist end has portrait at the tiny tots Parade opening the Essex England carnival British reporter sum sup impression of red China editor s Winterton London Dally Herald correspond ent who accompanied the Attlee party to red China look time out in Hong Kong after the trip to sum up and record his impressions in the following article. By Deryck Winterton of the London daily Herald Hong Kong i six Hundred million people and an Industrial labor Force in the Western sense of around 13 million the rest handicraft workers or peasants. That is the size of China s prob Lem. She is starting her Industrial revolution from the Roc Bottom of poverty after 50 years of bad government foreign War. Civil War and disorder. You Fly into piping Airport in a russian built plane. There Are no chinese planes. You Are driven into the City in a russian or possibly american or British car. The first chinese automobile factory is now being built. You meet endless lines of Primi Tive Carls drawn by not very Good horses carrying building Materi als Coal blocks of Stone any thing that needs moving. You see loads in baskets Hung from either end of a pole across their Shoul Ders. You take a ride in a pedicab the taxi for one or it May be two drawn by a Man on a bicycle. There Are no motorized taxis. And then you Are suddenly trans ported to the showpiece Rollin Mills of Anshan in Northeast China where most of the work is pressing an electric control but ton. All the machinery Here is rus Sian which proves How unselfish Russia this is one of the Auto Matic phrases which it is thought proper to repeat at every Opportunity. But the tribute to Russia havin been paid you arc then told in a voice that is no longer automatic but full of satisfaction that the machines Are now worked entirely by chinese technicians russian trained of course and chinese skilled labor. I one senses that Russia would do Well not to Trade too much on gratitude for her unselfishness paid for by chinese exports. It is not necessary to Rev o the communists official state meals that the red government i transforming the vast land the signs of frenzied Energy Are every where. Bridges Are being built or re paired railway tracks repaid constructed. Blocks of apart ment houses going up everywhere cinemas factories and Cultura apart from the girders and heavy rails and seamless Stee tubes which can be seen pouring from the rolling Mills of Anshan the chinese claim they Are now making such things As mining machinery locomotives and heavy electrical generators for them selves. How Many is another matter precise figures Are extraordinarily hard to get. Officials prefer to talk in terms of percentage in creases. Unless you know the Fig ure they started with these mean nothing. Industrial output for he first six months of this year is put at 35 per cent above the same period last year. The few real figures that Are Given show How. Low consumption still is annual cloth output just Over seven Yards per person. Sugar consumption under three pounds per head. But there seems no doubt that this is a great Deal better than it was. Although things like clothes and food Are improving the great pm when Barney Dean died Hollywood Dean would have been both Happy and unhappy with his final show. There was standing room Only but there were no laughs. Making laughs was Barney s business As gag Man for Bob Hope and Bing Crosby. The Bald Little Ellow was never without a funny line whether it was for a Hopes adviser on gags. They would t make a picture without him. Once Paramount tried to put him off salary Between pictures. Hope and Crosby told the studio either he stayed or they left. His pay text was quickly reinstated. Thurmond in race for . Senate in South Carolina Columbia . M _ forme gov. J. Strom Thurmond s write in entry into the . Senate Rac la South Carolina today fanned factional fight among state democrats. Thurmond spearheaded the eclat split in the democratic Par in when he ran for president o he slates rights ticket in 1948 he told of meeting Hope j5 years the i oppose state sen. Edgar a go when both were playing the Brown who helped keep the mat Tafford theater in Chicago. Bar the party fold in 1952. Thur by was part of a dance act the Ater ended in a fist fight. He met ins three years later at the Riar s club in new York. After vaudeville died. Barney rifled to Hollywood working id Silver s stand in for s6.50 a i wednesday. Maybank had been re he had Many friends. Some 250 showed up for the last week including prop men song plungers. Ballplayers As Well a Hope. Dorothy Lamour. Danny Rosemary Clooney Pat Brien. George Burns. Dean mar in. Jacky Benny. William Holden George raft Phil Harris Jack Webb and others. Dean was the quiet Type who underplayed his humor rather than it you Over the head with it. I about Hie Only one who Ever net viewed him. He was afraid he Light say the wrong thing to in reviewers and offend Bing. Bob r their writers. Mond supported Dwight d. Eisen Hower in 1952. Brown was named by the slate executive committee to run of the seat vacant since the death o sen. Simiet r. Maybank Las y. Things got so bad that red Selling christinas cards to d pals. I took my briefcase to the 1m u e m o c r a 11 c Oad to Singapore he Carolina nomination spells nominated in the june democratic primary. There is no Republican candidate. In traditionally democratic filled. Bing and Bob greeted me be a Long lost Friend. They of red me a Job. So i left the Brief be in a Corner of the set. I Nev have been Able to sell them any Christmas but he sold them on his services Safe Kule for outboards Chicago a formula has in developed by the outboard boating club of America to establish Safe Load limits for Small sports water Craft. Known As Stirling s the limit is 150 pounds for every cubic feet of the internal volume of the boat. This new Rule is de signed to reduce hazards Especial ejection but when the state com Mittee named Brown As the candidate claiming that time did not permit a primary opposition Phasis of the state planning Coin is inevitably on heavy in Mittee Dusty. Arose. After Brown was announced As the party candidate. Gov. James f. Byrnes who supported presi Dent Eisenhower in 1952. Appointed Charles e. Daniel a construction firm president to the unexpired term which ends Jan. 2. It was Daniel s debut in politics. There was no comment from Byrnes or Brown on Thurmond s announcement. Thurmond governor from 1947 in was Defeated for the Senate by sen. Olin d. Johnston in 1950. South Carolina election Laws quire that ballots have write in space. Brown considered Strong in state politics is National demo-1 cratic committeeman. Gets veterans benefits mrs. Anna Bloom Muller. A paraplegic of Nyack. N. A. Is the first member of the women s auxiliary army corps to file for veterans disability benefits. Tiie Bill says members of the wac who were unable to become members of the women s army corps because or service incurred disability should Benefit under veterans Laws. She was taking an army administrative course As a wac when she was stricken by paralysis. Mrs. Muller is the first of four women that the Bill will Benefit. Western Union asks for higher rates Nashville. Sept. 8 in Union Telegraph co. Has Peti one the state for permission to Ike Tennessee rates to make them inform to new higher interstate ates. The company asked the state Railroad and Public utilities com ils Sion yesterday to approve a 6 30 per cent increase Western Union asked the com j Mission to make the new rates effective oct. 7. No hearing Dale on the petition has been set. The petition asked permission to hike minimum rates 15 to 20 cents for a 15-word message. Under the proposed schedule it would Cost 95 cents to Send a 15-word message from Nashville to Memphis in Stead of the present 80 cents. If Ion moving dial Circle United h Artl Louse and Transfer double Relief i for misery of dry Etc Mia Iff hath chaff Al minor Sua Fefe Felt lube Kate Ai it Resinol 1anoiim Impero Lustre enamel Hurghis ind jct fur Tufe ind trim Sani fut 100-j pint in ind Cei mgt s183 Moke your rooms Beautiful with Benjamin Moore paints. Wonderful colors Kling finishes. Easy to apply with roller or Brush drop in today. Well Happy to answer you decorating questions. It. Paini and wallpaper company 500 East Sullivan e. C. 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