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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 16, 1954, Kingsport, Tennessee30 Kingsport times thursday. September 18. 19m this Ine Pensh e breakfast of fruit or fruit juice break fait Cereal or Oatmeal muffins hotter or mar Irene with milk to drink can prepared in 10 minutes. Poor Breo was Habif s endanger Day s stamina by Gaynor Maddox aka food and markets editor Why do so Many boys and girls of school age bypass an adequate breakfast reasons usually Given by students Between 12 and 18 Are not enough time no breakfast ready no one to eat with. Every serious study by Educa tors and nutritionists proves thai students who skimp on the first meal of the Day often Are careless and inattentive during the late morning hours. As the new school term begins. Getting children to eat to it of their daily food needs before setting out to school is sharply stressed Ai a health and educational for parents and educators alike. The Basic breakfast pattern generally accepted nationally is based on five Low Cost foods available everywhere. They Are fruit Cereal with milk bread butter or mar Garine and milk to drink. Eggs Bacon meat or other protein foods can be added. But the Basic Pat Tern As Given above is nutrition ally adequate and provides the to 4 of the Day s total nutritional needs. Arranging the child s schedule so that he gets enough time to eat an adequate breakfast having it ready for him or teaching older children How to prepare it for themselves. Need not be a great household chore. The Basic breakfast can easily be prepared in 10 minutes. It May not always be possible for the family to breakfast together. Re ports show that generally children eat. Breakfast with the family eat better. Suggested family menus for breakfasts that take Only 10. Min utes to prepare 1. Chilled Tomato juice Farina with dates milk Brown sugar toasted nut bread butter or mar Garine. Milk Coffee Tea. 2. Sliced peaches on Corn soya shreds milk soft cooked eggs hot buttered Toast milk Coffee Tea. 3. Fruit juice Raisin bran flakes milk Sweet Rolls butter or mar Garine milk Coffee Tea. 4. Orange juice hot whole wheat Cereal with Maple syrup or molasses toasted cinnamon swirl bread with butter or Margarine. Milk Coffee Tea. Fleming demands full Story on North Korea pcs fort Sheridan sept. 16. Col. Harry Fleming testifying at his court martial at fort Sheridan described the deaths of 14 american prisoners of War and called for the full Story of pos in North Korea. Fleming accused of collaborating with the enemy said yesterday that intelligent policies can be made to fight communism Only when the Complete Story of atrocities against u. S. Prisoners is Nown. He told the 11-officer court that the Pentagon gave him the Brush he tried to get someone o listen to his conclusions after in was repatriated. Fleming asserting that he and other pos were babes in the Woods politically admitted he made two propaganda broadcasts Lor the communists because he was under great mental and physical pressure and because he hoped of save the lives of dying pos. He also admitted voice sign no two propaganda but vigorously denied making an other calling on american troops of surrender. Fleming broke Down and sobbed As he described seeing 14 Young enlisted men die one by one in l death Cave near pow Camp 2 of which he Wlas the Leader. The officer said col. Kim Dong silk their North korean Mentor ook him to see the dying men in softening us process to Force Lim to make a propaganda record no. He declared they had no latrine for water Here was Only a Slimy Pool. They pleaded with me to get them out. He realized he was hitting me in the softest spot he Fleming said the recording was finally made but the men were never brought out alive. U he said that he had to make pol icy decisions As the situation de tomorrows dinner roast today and Der of fresh Ham applesauce _ my f would Chan baked Sweet potatoes Quick cooked i cabbage seed Rolls butter or mar a Garlyne stewed pears ready to mix Batchelor defense allowed to Call brainwash expert san Antonio. Tex. Sell. 16 i Insi Law officers have ruled that the defense in the court mar tial of Cpl. Claude Batchelor could Call a brainwash technique expert As a witness. J to. Col. Donald Manes or. Ruled yesterday or. Joos a. Meerloo so testimony would be relevant to whether brainwashing produced a mental derangement which acted j on his Batchelor is Batchelor. 23. Of Kermit. Tex., a i prisoner of War in North Korea who accepted and then renounced communism and returned Home is charged with collaborating with the enemy. Earlier Manes had ruled brain Wash testimony admissible but Only for purpose of showing Char Acter defense attorney Joel Westbrook claimed this would kill his Central theme that brainwash per be exonerated Batchelor of charges. A number of former pos were called to give detailed accounts o prison hardships and communist indoctrination. Stock Market dips in Early trading new York. Sept. 16 Stock Market quietly slipped lower today in Early dealings. The never were into uie major Many stocks posted modest gains. Major divisions showing Selling inroads included steels aircraft and oils. Many chemicals were higher. The rest of the Market was mixed. Hooker electrochemical up yesterday on a three for one split proposal lost l i in Early trading today at 83. Montgomery Ward was Down at 71 on an opening Block of shares. American Cyan amid gained ?4 at on an opening Block of shares. Capital airlines was up 4 at 14 on 3.000 shares. J. P. Stevens was lower on s reduced earnings report and also Down Jere u. S. Steel Studebaker general dynamics Boeing Philco american Telephone american smelting Dupont Southern rail Way and Standard Oil nil higher were general motors Goodrich distillers corp., South Ern Pacific air reduction Allied chemical and Union Carbide. The Bond Market was a. Little higher on balance at the Start. Spears wins medal in Golf tournament Chattanooga sept. 16 Tfir medallist honors in the first annual Chattanooga open Golf tour lament were grabbed yesterday by Herchel Spears of Huntsville ala., who shot a five under Par 67. Charlie Thompson Riverview professional came in with 63 and j. C. Goosie Niota tenn., fired a i9. Tournament chairman Howard Derrick of Chattanooga led the amateurs with a 68. M. C. James of Greeneville was among the Early qualifiers with a Escapee thanks workers Polk for death gu.1111c, Pic v Kuju i he ii a Devil s food cake Coffee Tea milk. Submit ideas in year civilian employees of the and military personnel contributed ideas in fiscal year 1954 that paid off in first year savings of More than the department of the announced today. This represents the greatest to Tal of first year savings with the exception of two years during Little Rock Ark. Sept. 16 b. Long 42, a crazed gunman who escaped from the Ark Ansas state mental Hospital and then held a woman As hostage asked police to shoot him and then thanked them before he died. Long escaped from the mental institution yesterday accosted mrs. A. D. Lynn a housewife in her Back Yard and held her As a hos Tage when police were called by neighbors. Then he called out come and get me i want to he pushed mrs. Lynn onto her world War ii since the inception of the employee suggestion program in 1943, despite i fell to the Lawn a comparative drop in i a patrolman Gene Smith fired five Volian employment. Civilian employees offered 45.809 ideas of which 10.744 were adopted with a first year saving of 000 to the . Military person Nel presented suggestions of which were put into operation resulting in first year Sav Ings of civilian employees were awarded for adopted ideas. Mili tary personnel under current regulations cannot be granted Mone tary Reward but Are rewarded by letters of commendation leave or other appropriate form of recognition possible to the military. Since the inception of the pro Gram in 1943, More than suggestions have been received of which More than 87.000 have been adopted with estimated first year savings exceeding 000. Brewery folds up be to sales lag Memphis sept. 16 final shipment of Beer produced by the Tennessee brewing co. Here will be made in about two weeks and the brewery will be sold or liquidated. The brewery which could turn out barrels a year led the Memphis Market until 1049 when sales began to lag. The president of the 69-year-old firm e. C. Krausnick said yester Day the brewery which makes Goldcrest 51, is going out of Busi Ness because of a drop in sales. Breezy Marilyn Monroe poses for photographers at 52nd Street anexing0-0 ton Avenue on Manhattan s East Side. She was at the site for a scene of her new movie. The scene called for Joe Dimaggio in private stand Over a subway grating under which fans were placed to provide the Breeze necessary to blow up the blonde skirt in the scene. Today s quotes by International news service Washington Secretary of state John Foster Dulles i am leaving for Europe on account of the problem created by the French failure to ratify the treaty which would have restored German sovereignty and brought them into a european defense Norman Angell. British foreign affairs expert and Winner of the 1933 Nobel peace prize whether the time has come for Germany to assume full sovereignty is a question which will be answered by Germany herself not by the a a e. Hull in commander in the far East of possible communist attack on South Korea from the North if hey started unprovoked aggression there is no question As to the outcome. The communists would not be so stupid to think they could succeed in such an offers curfew on delinquents n Philadelphia Philadelphia Tel Council Man Paul d Ortona plans to Intro Luce. A curfew ordinance for Phila Delphia youngsters in Hopes of urging juvenile delinquency. D Ortona said yesterday he would ask the City Council to pass a curfew Law under which parents Ather than the youngsters involved would be punished for violations. The curfew would be effective rom 11 . To 6 a.m., sunday through thursday and from mid night to 6 a.m., Friday and sat urday nights. It would cover i tors under 17 years of age workers end strike at atomic Plant Waverly Ohio sept. 16 about Al construction workers return to work today end ing a strike that has tied up work at the huge Portsmouth area atomic Energy Plant since last Friday. By monday the Plant will be in full operation said Federal medi Ator George Bell. There was considerable confusion about what actually caused the strike which Union spokesmen said was unauthorized. Union and company officials appeared reluctant to talk about it. But Guy Morrison International representative of the Al Iron workers said the strike was the result of a misunderstanding. Construction work was being turned Over too soon to the Goodyear atomic corp., which will operate the Plant for the atomic Energy commission. Thus he said construction work was being handled by production workers. That error has been cleared up he said after a meeting with com Pany officials and the Federal mediator last night. Morrison said the construction workers would get jobs that right ully Are theirs. Nurses quarters to be converted into rest Home Bristol sept. 16-Kings Moun Tain memorial Hospital nurses Home is to be converted to a convalescent Home. The residential building was among Hospital property sold at a Public auction tuesday. W. J. Jarrett. Who made the High bid of for the property said that if the Sale is confirmed by the Hospital association membership oct. 19. The building will be leased or sold to mrs. Ona Hicks for operation As a convalescent Home. Mrs. Hicks practical nurse who has operated a convalescent Home Here two years is formerly of Nickelsville a. Governor commutes prison sentences Nashville sept. 16 to gov. Frank Clement has issued commutations to four Dyer county youths sentenced to l-to-5-Ycars for Petty larceny. The four convicted last february Are Charles Holland. Don Holland Robert Armstrong or. And Calvin Robertson. Clement reduced the sentences to time served making then1. Eligible for immediate release. Clement commuted the sen tence of Milburn Adcock. Convicted of second decree murder in 1950 and sentenced to lq-to-17-years Dekalb circuit court. Clement s commutation g i be s Adcock credit Fer 14 months spent without bail in the Dekalb county jail. No parking san Francisco one new Motel when full up flashes a sign standing room thursday City court j City court judge Lacy West i fined a 28-year-old or Bank Man i thursday morning in City court on a charge of driving with a License. The defendant also charged with Drunken driving he red lost his Billfold. The trial on Drunken driving was continued because arresting officer. City detective j. M. Sroyles was out on an investigation. J the defendant said he had been drinking. But continued. I Don t think i driving the two men were lined each on pleas of guilty to Public drunk enness charges. Judge order led added to an old Fine of a Man who had failed to pay up within the promised time. Forfeitures included one Bond for speeding in a school zone two Bonds for speeding one Bond for reckless driving two Bonds for illegal parking and Bonds totalling for parking. Refugee makes profit in Racket Saigon. Sept. 16 police have narc std a professional refugee who. They say made a profit out of being Evascu Jated from territory which will communist cent rolled under that Indochina truce agreement. Authorities said the Man four free air trips from Hanoi in Northern Indochina to French con trolled Saigon. Each time he bought goods in Saigon paid his fare i Back to Hanoi sold the goods at a and then was evacuated h Joi Art moving dial Circle 5-3184 United warehouse and Transfer actress is left Dollar by father Denver Paulette Goddard inherited one Dollar from the estate of her late father under terms of a will filed for pro Bate Here yesterday. Miss Goddard s lather Joseph Russell levee died Here aug. 31. He was a film distribution agent for Warner Bros. Studios. Levee s will directed that the remainder of his estate valued at about s3.000. Go to his wife. Mrs. Hildred f. Levee. It added that the one Dollar inheritance left to miss Goddard must revert to fhe estate should the actress contest the will. J Flash grass fire delays funeral Petersburg. Ind., sept. 16 Flash grass fire started by a Mourner s discarded cigarette forced a funeral procession to flee Walnut Hills cemetery and take Refuge in an Alfalfa Field yester Day. The cigarette touched off inflammable Weed killer which had been sprayed on a Patch of Cactus. The burial took place belatedly after Petersburg firemen Smoth ered the Blaze. Pratt s Farmland 447 West Sullivan Street Headquarters for fall planting needs Alfalfa clovers Oats Barley Rye vetch Timothy by. 31 fescue Rye grass fertilizers with and without Borax i6tr Dairy 100 feed la. Baft for that extra milk hog ration Jio Ali. Bag time to Start feeding certified forked or seed 91 or Oats i Bushel egg Mash c1 4c 25-lb. Bag in i the eggs Are in the bag Betsall in milk grains the feed for top production the new 5-lb. Bar Fly 04 Seq flakes you be heard about them try them fall bargain on Kasco Dairy save Money september and october. Come in and let us explain How you can save extra Money real Cash on every Bay of Kascin Dairy feed purchased in september and october. Swift s 100 Vigoro la. Bad we furnish the spreader Best for fall 100 la. Bag Lawn of fertilizer time for fall grooming 5-year guarantee Garden 25-ft. Eft Hose length p i Lou add one of these to your present those Harl to get to places Large bail peat Moss the Best humus fall Lawn and bedding work the new fungicide c1 Ortho cide d i Lou used by leading Rose growers As a cure for Blac spot. Our special mix Lawn 91 in grass la. I ill your neighbor uses it look Over our Supply of fall gardening needs Plain and fancy Flower pots. Ferto pots. Liquid Plant food Bone and cottonseed meal i morganite sheep manure. Farm manure cow manure super phosphate Murate of Potash peat and Spray hum Moss ground Limestone fencing picket fences trellises Arches arbours pergolas Bird buhs Lawn rollers Edgers pruning shears hedge and tree trimmers Lawn aerators and a Large selection of hand tools. Front porch and she deliberately times his bullets striking Long who yelled. Thanks Fellows. That s Good to now blamed for Buck Teeth London sept. 16 vision now is being blamed for Buck Teeth. During a recent children s pro Gram on the British broadcasting company network an announcer warned that Young viewers who lie on the floor with their chins cupped j in their hands Are Likely to grow up with their Teeth pushed out of shape. A bbl official said the warning was issued As a result of a report by British dentists. You can t serve a better breakfast so Rich in vital protein Vitamin Iron and Energy and tops in flavor for the whole family Hont Llly the Freiheit Swan Cost spread i can buy. Margarine or anything else. My family it mrs. La Gorina and i put Flat or frit. Just Sec How tour family soes for in. M. V. Filbert pril. So fresh. So Job. So Sweet. Did any spread Ever taste this Good to you before it s because i m so persnickety about what goes into says mrs. Filbert. So tender it spreads he cold in one satiny sweep. So delicious folks say they like it better than any other or anything else eat some mrs. Filbert s today. Only woman to to

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