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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 16, 1952, Kingsport, Tennessee2 tuesday slept. 16, 1952 Kingsport times housing continued from face 1 suspended regulation x without comment. But housing administrator m. Foley made it Clear in a statement that he was no Happy to open the credit dikes on government backed housing. He suggested that regulation x might have later in. To be reimposed in the amendments which provided for suspension of Regula Tion a Congress also provide that if during any three months housing starts went above 000 on an annual basis the government could put the Regula Tion Back into Force. This How Ever is not mandatory. Regulation a which went out last Midnight required a Down payment of at least 5 per cent on houses Selling for or less. It imposed Ever higher Down payment requirements As the Sale Price of the House went up reaching 40 per cent on houses Selling for or More. Legion approves football Money for Lynn View team the local Post of the America legion passed on third and Fina Reading monday night to Donat to the Lynn View football team if and when the group be comes Active As a football team a meeting was planned be tween the advisory and executive committees concerning the Selling of the old property an legion club House situated o eight acres of land. The Meetin will be held in the next ten Days a report will be made at the of Ober meeting. American legion meetings a held Semi monthly on the firs and third mondays. Threaten continued from Page 1 Iran s Sterling assets in Britain. 2. The Anglo iranian Oil in pay at Negedly trial once it Al owed Iran before the iranian government nationalized the company s iranian properties last year. Mossadegh gave his second de Mand a new twist by demand ing that the Money be paid in continued from Page 1 juncture body of Hagan Roop 7, was found near the Jones vice cemetery and his blood spattered Ruck with an empty ripped pen pocketbook was found in downtown Jones vice. Long Lee. Officers said had approximately on his per son when he was taken in Cus Tody at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Sherman Long in West Jones vice. Roop was said to have been carrying approx death notices j. D. Mcmurray word was received today the death of j. D. Mcmurray for Mer Kingsport resident in or Lando fla., sunday night. He is survived by his wife mrs Lula Trice Mcmurray a Daugh Ter mrs. Maxine Cassell three sons Carl Douglas and Eugene Mcmurray All of Orlando ant three grandchildren three Sis ters mrs. Ocie Hensley mrs Glenna Browder of Kingsport and mrs. Effie Witters Oxford Ohio six Brothers Easley and Garland of Kingsport Bordie Sanford and Ward of Hiltons va., and Vance Mcmurray Oxford. Funeral services will be held in Orlando. Mcmurray lived in Morrison Lity until March when he moved o Florida and was planning to return Here next summer. He was a Carpenter contractor Here. Jerry Dean Gate City a. In services for Jerry m. Dean 42, who died in Lexington Ohio sunday will be held at 11 a. M. Wednesday at Irvin ton Baptist Church in the Midway comm Ity. The Rev. J. B. Wolfen a and the Rev. Enoch Bledsoe w been carrying approx dollars rather than pounds Ster Matey in his Day s route Ling. Britain denies she owes Iran any such sum. Moreover a pay ment of this amount from Brit Ain s dwindling pile of dollars would shove the country toward bankruptcy. Mossadegh said Iran is willing to compensate the Anglo iranian Oil co. For the losses it incurred in nationalization on the basis receipts. Although no testimony was heard monday the courtroom at Jones vice was filled and Dep Uty sheriff Lloyd Davis ordered out All standees. The Long Case reported by officers to have been one of the most brutal murders in Lee county history has be come widely known. Prospective Iii on me Oasis a so uhf from of its assets in Iran at the time sought from the government took Over the Enci Lee the Sta lations Rural sections where the Case May have had Little discussion. Typhoon continued from Page 1 pan american officials in san Francisco said 230 of their pm on the men on Layover and 103 others from Guam the Philippines and other Pacific islands. The airline held up All Tenn. Topics officiate. Burial will be in Blair memorial. Chapel cemetery. Survivors Are his Mother mrs. Robert t. Dean a daughter Margaret of Lexington Ohio to sons Robert of Gate City and Malcolm of Lexington four sters mrs. Paul l. Ray and mrs. Enneth Collier of Akron mrs. Nashville Tenner see Valley authority will join the state Railroad and Public utilities commission in court action to prevent increased freight rates on Coal and Wood ship ments from taking effect. The interstate Commerce commission has ordered the Tennessee commission to bring state rates up to the level of interstate rates on Coal and Wood. Alfred Macfarland chief counsel for the commission said yesterday that the state will ask Federal court to enjoin the inc from enforcing the order. Jackson. Tenn. Up the Madison county court has decided the voters should say in he nov. 4 election whether he county needs voting machines. The court a governing body passed a Resolution referring the question to a referendum at its meeting yesterday. The vote 8 to 6. Under the Resolution the Vot is also May choose Between to plans for financing the Pur Hase of the 40 machines at a Ost of not More than one proposal would raise the i Money by hiking per cent per year for 10 years. The other would raise taxes 20 per cent Lor one year. Nashville vacancies have been filled on county election commissions by the 33 pc 34 153% 58 103 20% 53v4 49 a 35 v4 35 35% 41 42% run r Collins Dungannon two state Board of elections. The new members appointed yesterday All democrats Are Bradley nolds of Cleveland. Lake r. Tipton _. Jr., Tiptonville e. R. Kane the body was moved to the Ridgely. Ome of his Mother in the mid Maury mar a Community tuesday at 2 p. Mcconnell funeral from ome. Lorry Miller Harry Miller 75, route 5, Mill reek Section died monday at 8 , Mvi i uric . M at Holston Valley comm Long has been confined in Hospital. Lee county jail Ever since his Nad lived in the Mill Creek shall Columbia. Moore b. Murray Lynchburg. Morgan Cora Lurk Sunbright. Warren c. Witt jr., Rock Island. Action on the Robertson county vacancy was postponed be cause of the failure of v. C. New York stocks american can american car f american t t american tobacco Atlantic coast line Baltimore Ohio Bendix aviation Bethlehem steel Boeing aircraft Borden Briggs mag cd Chesapeake Ohio Chrysler coca cola Colgate up Continental can Corn products Douglas aircraft Dupont Eastern air general electric 3eneral motors Goodrich Goodyear Gulf Oil International Harvester International Nickel Johns Manville Kennicott Kroger co. Liggett Myers Lorillard Monsanto Packard Paramount pictures Penney Pennsylvania or Pepsi cola Phillip Morris Reynolds tobacco Seaboard airline Sears Roebuck Southern railway Standard Oil no Studebaker Union Carbide u s pipe and f u s rubber u s steel Warner Bros Western Union 63 22 61 58t a Mac 41 49 i 31% 37% 4% 34ft 67 18% 9% 44% 35% 57 i 37 38 Carolina Leaf prices rising Lee county jail Ever since his be Naa Neva in the Mill Creek cause i the i arrest. He appeared monday eight years and Wasl Damp to qualify. Trial Annm Neil inf a look a he Prario Raleigh n. C. Prices swung upward on the car Olina flue cured tobacco markets yesterday with most gains in the to per Hundred Range. The u. S. And n. C. Depart ments of agriculture reported that some increases of As much As were recorded for Leaf and nondescript on the Border Belt. The trial room Pale but clean Cut with Black Wavy hair. Defense attorneys Glen m. Williams of Jonesville Dave Ken Nedy of Wise and of Appalachia will acquittal of Long. Commonwealth Gar Bacon and Shannon ask for an attorney de his assistant com Fred Greear of Wise will request Mercial passenger flights at j the Honolulu Guam and Tokyo planes flying cargo in the korean Airlift were rerouted through Kwajalein but Airlift passenger planes were held up temporarily. Reports indicated workers on the Island mostly employees of american air firms and service personnel used a previously de Vised typhoon disaster plan and thereby had kept the casualty toll Small. Most. Of the Island was still under water 17 hours after the typhoon struck and the inhabitants took Refuge in grounded planes or trenches and Foxholes used by the japanese in world War ii. War Are continued from Page 1 awaiting confirmation Pilot reports of four migs destroyed one probably destroyed and five damaged. Air Force pilots accounted for 44 of september s toll of migs. The 45th was credited to a car Rier based Marine Pilot. The air Battles Over North Korea came after Allied bombers plastered red targets across the battered korean Peninsula last night with tons of High explosives. Clintwood from Page 1 Ohio Lois and Ruth of Detroit mrs. Maryland Hartley and mrs. Effie Crumm of Clint Wood and mrs. Georgia Sluss of skeet Rock three Brothers Willie Branham of Haysi Gobel Branham and James Branham both of Tivis four Sisters mrs. Dorsie Potter mrs. Elvina Wallace and mrs Marzlie Hartley All of Ash Camp ky., and mrs. Omega Senter of Clintwood. Funeral services will be held wednesday at 11 . At the Home in ghost Rock. Elder a Carpenter by Trade. His survivors Are one son Wei Don Miller route 5 a step son James Rhudy Austin Texas u s. Army and a grandchild. Funeral services will be held at p. M. Thursday at Mill Creek Baptist Church with the Rev. W. A. Smith the Rev. J. T. Richards in charge. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery. The body was to be removed from Hamlett Dobson funeral Home to the Home wednesday afternoon. Flying object is sighted Here v. Chattanooga in Mana Gers for the Republican presidential Campaign in the 11 coun ties of the third District were named Here yesterday by co chairman Rauls Lon of South Pittsburg. The county organizations sup porting gop nominee Dwight Eisenhower and his running mate Richard Nixon will be completed wit Iii a few Days. Raulston said. Trout helping buil College traverse City Mich. Trout Are going to help build College Here. Gerald Oleson announced h would throw his Trout farms her open to fishermen from thurs Day until the end of the month fishermen will pay 10 cents an Inch for any they catch and pay ments will go into the building fund of Northwestern Michigan College. The Community Colleg opened a year ago in temporary quarters with approximately 15 students. Sanitarians trap Fly species Johnson City Arians from the upper East ten Nessee counties trapped counter and identified flies of Vari Ous species during the insect control training program the past week at East Tennessee state College. Tuesday City court illegal parking cases made up a Large tuesday s City court docket. Judge Lacy West imposed fines of each against Feur High school students charged with parking in a restricted zone outside Dobyns Bennett High school. A similar charge against a fifth student was dismissed. The Driver of a bakery truck was fined for parking in a traffic Lane on Market Street and a second truck Driver was fined for stopping in a no parking zone while making a delivery. Six persons forfeited Bonds for illegal parking. Judge also imposed one Fine for drunkenness. Other forfeitures included a Bond for drunkenness and 11 Bonds for overtime parking. Judge dismisses picket injunction Chattanooga 7p Mem Bers of the Al teamsters Union have the right of pc Cebu Chancellor a1 v i n Ziegler ruled yesterday in Dis missing an injunction against striking employees of the Mason lines truck Termina Here. 4 the injunction was handed Down last week against 28 strik ing Dock workers on orders of circuit judge George Shepherd of Newport. Mason and Dixon has Headquarters at Kingsport. The original court order in joined strikers from going with in 200 feet of the company s property. The strike began sept. 8 after an apparent deadlock in efforts to Settle a labor dispute. Union members said the dispute involved the seniority rights of a Driver. However company spokesmen said the reason was the suspension of an employee Union official who called an ear Ier strike without authorize a Union attorney said picket no would be resumed As a re ult of Chancellor Ziegler s Rul ing. Al continued tuft 1 Green appeared before the convention yesterday and urged that the Cio and Lewis United mine workers return to the fold of the Al. Let it be one labor movement in he urged in what has become to almost an an Nual plea. Lewis soon answered from Washington where he was meet ing with the ump National pol by committee. The mine chief urged that All Union labor Lead ers meet quickly to draw up a formula for immediate Unity. Docs that Tell tale look on your fact my change of life a great Many women of after forty. They tire easily have Leep poorly hard to Jive with. Their am and face set that change look. Cardui Haa helped thousands of women to Ore that change look. Cardui Acta to 1 improve appetite 2 thua build str nth and Reid stance. 3 Tentoa und nervousness i rep better. Let triple action help you fee better look better and be your Normal cheerful again. Get Cardui today. Say Cardui that a stuff a Mph in Knoxville Kyle c. Copenhaver a past president of the Tennessee state medical so piety died Here last night after a heart seizure. Or. Copenhaver 66, was a native of Marion va., and graduated from the Tennessee med Cal school in 1912. He was a fellow of the International col him Utill to Alex rakes and other Baptist look at the object. It disappeared ministers a i Effinite of. I ministers will officiate. Burial will be in the Branham Ceme Tery near skeet Rock. The Dutton funeral is to be held at the Home of her son Eivan Dutton in Isom at 11 . Tuesday. Elder Ted swin Dali and other Baptist minis ters will officiate. Burial will be in the family cemetery. Coal continued from Page 1 b-29 super forts returned to would preclude any possible a Pyongyang and pounded that tonal the stockpile North korean capital with would Supply Normal needs than 100 tons of bombs. Their of Fly by night partners twin engined b-26s, ranged Over the red Highway network and re ported 126 red trucks destroyed. It was the biggest bag since May and the fourth straight night pilots reported destruction of More than 100 red trucks. For 85 Days. Lewis reportedly is asking for a boost from to about in the Standard Basic daily pay for miners an increase in the employer s contribution to the Miner s pension fund and per haps a reduction from an eight hour Day to seven. She described the object As looking like a dishpan Silver All Over and giving off Silver flashes she also said the object was travelling straight across the sky and appeared to be turning Over and flashing. Bicycle theft the theft of a red and Gray bicycle from the Street in front of a local theatre was reported to Kingsport City police monday. The bicycle valued at was listed As belonging to Joseph Harkleroad. Also included in complaint re ports monday was the theft of a United states government Check for according to the re port the Check was stolen from an automobile on Cumberland Street. The Sec Homeland s entire history see tomorrow s paper for big news about our factory chair Sale i void. Save so on Brand new fico by fresh Beautiful chairs a resident of Highland Park reported seeing a flying object at . Today. Me a the woman said she was in her lege of surgeons Back Yard when she looked up and saw a Silver object coming from the general direction of the Tri cities Airport. She watched the Silver thing for about two minutes and then rushed into i the House to get her children Toj Groseclose Flowers for All occasions phone 6 All guaranteed Flowers Backer Bros. Phone 2200 Charlemont and Watanna Sti. Service Day nigh Flower orders telegraphed other Dolly a Atlanta a Hivish Handiii Onville us Fralo Ond i at Char Futon w. With direct 4-Lnglm service new York Pittsburgh Chi 5310, or your trov.1 Ostant tict.1 oki., Airport tit Mitol Imit capital of Ujj vacuum cleaner Supply House 400 main St. Knoxville Tenn. Gentlemen without obligation i would like a free Home demonstration or this cleaner. Phone address if on Urot route give directions stay South. Young Man exclusively at Homeland 2 year written service guarantee write now for free demonstration letters must be postmarked by i night saturday september 20 it s that Means Back to school again perhaps this is your last you la Bear Down on the books a Little More. You la look ahead As you Haven t before pulling your dreams for the future out of the Clouds and bringing them Down to Earth. Hold fast to those dreams Young Man. Stay South and see them come True for right Here at Home in the Southland you know and live in and love a great new Opportunity land is coming of age where dreams can take Root and grow into reality. In Southern Industry agriculture and Commerce new frontiers Are opening up on every hand. Here horizons Are limitless for Young men of courage competence and vision. You Are the youth of the South today. You will be the leaders of the South tomorrow. Look South Young Man vacuum Shortt 400 Summit a inv Gran Borc n. C i would like a of a reconditioned without Orlif Galieti. A tit an if r. F. D. Addre ii Pleonie Send directions. President Southern railway system Washington d. C

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