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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 17, 1954, Kingsport, TennesseeDeathless Days City county 32 pedestrian Hai the right of Way. Kingsport times vol. Al no. 186 phone Circle 6-8121 Kingsport tenn., Friday sept. 17, 1954 12 pages five cents the weather fair tonight with Low about saturday increasing cloudiness not so hot and possibility of thundershowers during the afternoon and night. Thursday s High. 92 last night s Low 59 noon tempera Ture St. Us plans strategy to searchers Are unable to find woman missing for four Days former pupils join in search for sex teacher Gate City a sept. Scott county sheriff s office Here today reported no word of the missing Snowflake schoolteacher miss Mollie White had reached Here since the search passed into the fourth Day. The 76-year-old woman disappeared late tuesday afternoon with her dog a Black Cocker Spaniel. Sambo and neither has been positively seen since. Many of miss White s former pupils and parents of her former pupils turned out the past three Days to Aid in her Loca Tion somewhere in the Steep Clinch Mountain area in the Snowflake Lection. Additional picture on Page miss Mollie White not a single clue to the move ments of the woman had been determined definitely thursday but a break in at the Home of or. And mrs. Claude Gillenwater late wednesday led Many to believe miss White had tried to make con tact with friends who formerly lived on her place. Members of the Virginia nation guard unit in Scott county deputized citizens friends of the White family and students fro Gate City High school joined the rugged climb up Clinch Moun Tain to the firepower and Back t big Moccasin Creek. The Scot county red Cross chapter provide dinner today for the weary search party at Antioch Church. Pat Williams Farmer on the White place said miss White Hai unusual strength and might with stand much More than Many who believed the elderly woman in capable of leaving the immediate Vicinity of her Home afoot. Shi was wearing a Blue and White Fig ured print dress with red dots am As believed wearing a Scarf. Her brother John White Rich lands va., had arrived today with other relatives ruling out the pos edibility she might have caught ride to visit them. Some of the spectators viewing the Gillenwater Home thursday had these comments Charles Broadwater i think definitely miss Mollie was Charlie col Lins who else would have Hac reason to do that kind of work. L those Aren t fingerprints i Haven t seen any. I think the proper thing to do is get bloodhounds on the l. E. Culbertson it looks an awful lot like she s been Here to me and she May come Back. She considered mrs Gillenwater her democrats gop beating Bushes on vote Trail by the associated press Echelon republicans Pene the Midwest upper South sirs. Lizzie Gillenwater facing camera leans out Kitchen window entered wednesday after noon while mrs. Lillian Williams a neighbor in Williams Mill Community and chief Junior Dep Uty sheriff Charlie Tomlinson Snowflake discuss the probability of miss Mollie White s entering the window. Huge shortage found in Kentucky Bank Whitesville ky., sept. 17 w approximately 750 residents in this Mccracken county Community was closed yesterday when off vials uncovered a Short age. The cashier Bernard Barrett was taken into custody on a War rant charging misapplication but denied he derived any Persona profit from the Money. He was freed on Bond. I had the habit of indulging our said Barrett about 50. He explained he had been holding checks for different Over a period of 12-18 and did not realize the Dulles Eden reach German agreement London sept. 17 Sec German aggression. Rotary of state Dulles agreed to Day with the Churchill government to seek full Equality for Western Germany. A communique issued after a three hour meeting at the foreign office Between Dulles and British foreign Secretary Anthony Eden said they agreed upon the need for speedy action and favored the ear y convening of a preparatory con Terence to consider How Best to associate the German Federal re Public with the. Western nations on the basis of full Equality. Dulles came Here from Bonn where he and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer reached agreement on ivling West Germany equal status n West european defense. Eden told reporters last night he had reached a wide measure agreement in talks with headers of France Belgium to and Luxembourg Italy and Wes Eden said that details of the pro posed Alliance would be taken up at a conference informants said would be held in London in Aboul two weeks. Representatives of the seven West european nations Are slated to attend along with the United states Canada and Possi Bly Norway and Denmark. If this conference produces agreement a special session of the nato Council of foreign ministers will be called to take the decision on admitting the germans to the North Atlantic Alliance. The United states and France have withheld outright backing of the proposal but for different people months amount was that he said he thought the checks would be Good but they weren Bank officials were slated to meet today receivership which opened Jan. 9, 1890. E. L. Jocyle special agent to discuss terms of for the institution in charge of the Louisville feb of fice said the Federal con Plant is sued against Barrett indicated the deficit Haft arc cumulated Over nearly a four year period starting curly in 1351. Ermany. But he cautioned that the prac Zicai aspects of the Enterprise Arar from simple. A Good Dea f work remains to be done be on solution can be presented to Thi the main hurdle Eden faces i try to reconcile French anxiety or controls Over German rearmament with German de mands for full sovereignty. The British plan for rearming West Germany was drawn up after the French National Assembly killed the european defense Community treaty to set up a six nation unified european army. I hinges on two main Points 1. Bringing the germans and italians both wartime enemies into a streamlined version of the 1948 Brussels Alliance of Britain France Belgium the Netherlands and Luxembourg. Each ally would be pledged to Aid another under the new grouping basis for promoting Unity of Western attack and would form a he political Europe. 2. The Germany full membership in the North Atlantic treaty organization subject to cer Tain to Block runaway a e r m a n rearmament. These safeguards would aim at stopping the germans Frorer Ink no atomic and Hydrogen bombs and other weapons of mass destruction. They Nelsn would limit he German forces and Gen Era my Ward off any Chance of new the United states is fully behind the idea of bringing a reared Ermany into nato. But Dulles said in Washington wednesday he was reserving the american Posi Tion on Eden s bid to Widen the of year Brussels treaty. That pact eludes Yichang nationalist forces meet commie threat Taipei sept. 17 ins Chi Nese nationalist warplanes and warships were dispatched in Large numbers today to the Tachen area of the China coast to meet a new communist threat. A nationalist communique re ported that Large contingents of planes and ships presumably Nany contributed on Leass from he United states were sent North from Formosa after red planes were sighted in the Tachen area. Attention in the pocket War be Ween the nationalists and main and based communists switched North from Quemoy to the Tachen islands thursday when red a Illery opened up the new red guns on Tumen Island off he Chekian province fired on nationalist positions on Yichang land to Start the new action. Nationalist military spokesman general Chang i Ting reported chinese red warplanes were lighted thursday in the Vicinity of he Tachen Island group which in top rated and East yesterday proclaiming Eisenhower administration accomplishments and pleading for a gop controlled 84th Congress to carry Forward the president s pro Tarn. Meanwhile the democratic clan lathered at Indianapolis to gird or the Campaign. National chair Man Stephen a. Mitchell said to Day he believes the nation s econ Mic situation will be the Basic Ssue in the nov. 2 election. The word Truman ism showed up in at least two Republican maces indicating perhaps one ack the gop Campaign Mav Ake. And the democrats rushed t age Center their prize Politica exhibit of the moment Edmun Muskie who this week Becam tie first Democrat in 20 years 1 win the governorship in usual Republican Maine. Back in Washington. Sen. Josyp r. Mccarthy a wis confirm earlier reports that he would no conduct an Active speech Makin Campaign for the Republican Caus this fall. Mccarthy said in a statement yesterday he feels he can be More value to the republicans b investigating graft corruption an communism. He said that woul help fulfil the Republican prom ise to clean up the mess i Washington the Wisconsin Republican Sai he plans to fulfil commitments Al ready made for three speeches Nebraska and Illinois. But that Mccarthy said will be All except possibly for some radio and to appearances. The speeches on schedule Omaha sept. 25 wheat on hi., sept. 28 Bloomington hi., oct. 1. The democrats apparently Wil Lave to do without the services o ormer president Harry s. Tru Man this fall. Truman und Enven operation last june and a ional chairman Mitchell said Al Indianapolis the former presides till is under doctor s orders to Ake it easy. Mitchell told a news conference Truman will make Only one Majo Campaign speech at a party Gath ring in Kansas City oct. 16. In an interview today Mitchell Aid the disappointment and Dos Lusion ment of the voters to the Eisenhower administration is wide Pread. But i think economics is in Basic Issue. Vice president Richard m Nixon As in Wichita kan., night. Said in a speech that voters Ace the alternative of continuing Itiat he said is the Eisenhower administration s program of integrity firmness and Modera or of restoring a program of discredited Nixon said Republican Thrift made possible an Over All Bil lion dollars in tax Relief for our Long suffering citizens this year. He blamed Truman style democrats for 14 of 15 tax increases since 1915. For decreasing person Al exemptions and for boosting in come taxes 700 per cent since 1933. The Republican National com Mittee also used the term tru monism in a Pep talk for Campaign workers published in its journal straight from the Shoul the committee said a net loss of just one Senate seat would mean the democrats would be run rung the show. The opposition would decide whether or not the president s program or the re pub ican legislative program Ever will 3e completed. It would determine whether we can do the things that be ought to do in the interests of our country or whether the nation will swing Back leftward to the Senate makeup in the 83rd Congress most recently was 48 re publicans 47 democrats and inde pendent sen. Morse of Oregon. The 3op publication noted that Morse Las announced he will vote with he democrats on organizing the Enate in the 84th planning approves a by Bill Barrett plat of the proposed Junior High school site in the Eastern end of the City received final approval of the Kingsport planning commis Sion thursday night subject to the satisfactory naming of one still unnamed Street. Streets All 60 feet wide will sur Proval also was subject to the Nam ing of streets and signing of the plat by or. Shobe and by the owner of adjoining property who has agreed to dedicate a 40-foot Street riving the tract Access to Linville Street. Preliminary approval was Grant round the 15-acre school site bloc 224 and pan of 234, Green acres addition and to will front on Jessie Street and extend Back to Kenmore drive. The Street not yet named is on he South Side and separates the school site from residential lots a re subdivision by a. C. Brooks _. Three lots on roller Street in Wesl View Park. Lots 15, 16 and 17. Block 1. Of the addition in which routing of memorial Boulevard property is situated. There had been some 50 feet would Ion earlier of providing Only an Alley on that Side but it later was decided to Cut a full Width Street rom the school tract. A referendum september 25 will determine whether the City will Issue Worth of Bonds to go with the funds already on hand in paying for the site and erection of the school. Plans Are being prepared to begin construction this fall Issue is approved. If the Bond also hinging in the outcome of the referendum Are plans for action by the 1955 legislature to Annex the tract to the City. At present it is just outside but directly adjoin ing the City limits. The planning commission also granted final approval to two Resi mention subdivisions subject to the i be reduced to two lots measuring 75 by 100 feet. The commission on recommendation of a committee headed by t. N. Divine disapproved a proposal to rezone the Groseclose prop erty on the new four Lane Bristol Highway to permit erection of a drive in theater. The committee listed among its reasons for opposing the proposal that there is a greater need for residential lots than for business lots in Kingsport at present that a drive in theater at that location would create heavy traffic congestion and that the proposal would involve spot rezoning. The prop erty now is in a residential zone. Two Standard forms were adopted by the commission to provide addition of bearings to Check list accompanying future maps. These Are the or. M. B. Subdivision plats submitted to the Shobe tract and the Philip Parn com Mission both for Prell Marv Ham tract. The Shobe tract a land final approval Prell Mcnary is scheduled for tuesday Washington sept. 17 Lyl officials Are preparing or a Day sudden death Strug re Over communist renewal next tuesday of red China s bid for . Membership. The simple strategy which has been effective in most of the 150 fruitless attempts by he communists o unseat Chiang Kai Shek s nationalist delegates will be to avoid a showdown vote on the is sue. Instead the fight is planned on a move to defer action. A Quick settlement of the Peren Nial question would Clear the Way for policy statements next week and thus free Secretary of state Dulles in plenty of time for the proposed meeting in late septem Ber of nine countries on the ques tin rearmament. Of German sovereignty and Dulles now visiting Europe to Confer with German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and British for eign Secretary Anthony Eden has announced plans to attend the opening session tuesday of the . General Assembly meeting at new York City he he 60-nation Assembly probably thursday. Ameria s new . Delegation leaded by ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge jr., was called local men fined in a. Egg Case Wise va., sept. 17. E. W. Law of the City poultry co on sport was fined and Seri ended to 30 Days in jail Frida morning in trial Justice Cour Lere on a charge of Selling unmarked and inedible eggs the ourt clerk said. Another Kingsport Man Johr Arkin Salesman and Driver foie same company received twines of each on counts Elling and delivering unmarked inedible both convictions will be appealed. Ii. A. Delong inspector of the Irginia department of Agricula ure from Richmond testified h pot checked a shipment of egg old by the company at big Stoni a and found some did not Mee in standards for Grade a As they vere marked and some were no asked. The inspector said he found in Dible eggs among the shipment any eggs that contain inedible Are not graded at he said. An attorney asked that an egg shown by a candling machine to be inedible be broken to Check the machine s accuracy. The egg was broken and it was found to be inedible. The eggs in question were sold to a supermarket and another Gro Cery store at big Stone Gap. Bond for the two men was continued at each. Convicts break out aboard milk truck Carson City nev., sept. 17 convicts holding a guard hostage rammed the Gates of the Nevada state prison with a milk truck today As other prisoners watched quietly. The guard was found shot to death a be minutes later. The Trio made the bold escape As. The prison s 350 convicts wer m u nor about main courtyard after breakfast. Harry Fletcher Captain of the Kingsport Man to be listed for motor Post Memphis sept. 17 l. Nashville will be nominated today As 1954-55 president of the Tennessee motor transport association. The name of the b is s motor lines executive Heads a list of preferential nominees to be submitted by the nominating commit tee to the organization s 20th an Nual convention. Vice presidents scheduled to be reborn Inaten by the committee Are e. William King Kingsport e l Morgan Jackson Bob Johnson Nashville Neil file Nashville Bill Starks Nashville. The committee also will Nomi Nate Carl West Chattanooga for Secretary and Forrest m Dur rett Springfield for treasurer. Wife and son reported missing Bristol sept. 17 _ Jack Vaughn 24, manager of a Kings port theater requested police in the to the state department today for swear no in exercises. The five representatives and five alternates were briefed yesterday by state department officials on what to expect. The usual attempt by communist China to gain the seat now held by nationalist China was forecast As the probable first clash Between the free world and the communists. Red China s persistent attempts to win . Standing have resulted in 150 failures counting commit tees of the . Assembly As Well As four tries in vain at each of the past four fall sessions of the Assembly itself. Members of this country s . Delegation with Lodge As chair Man Are Sens. H. Alexander Smith a no and j. William Ful Bright c. D. Jackson of new York City and Charles h. Mahoney of Detroit. Alternate representatives James Phillip Nash of Austin Tex. Ade m. Johnson of Tacoma Wash. Roger w. Straus and mrs. Oswald b. Lord both of new York City and career Diplomat James j. Wadsworth who is Deputy to ill inc to cities area Chattanooga and Orlando fla., to be on the Lookout or missing wife and two year id son. Vaughn said they had been miss no since 11 o clock wednesday morning and that he last saw her Ere at a bus terminal. The child s ame is David Warren Vaughn he missing woman is Betty Louise Vaughn native of Appa Garter Chia. Constable convicted in fatal shooting Albany ky., sept. 17 Pickett county tenn., Constable was convicted of voluntary Man Slaughter yesterday in the fatal shooting of Virgil dowdy 26, last july 17. The jury recommended a prison term for Virgil Nichols but Clinton circuit judge Terill a. Wil son indicated sentencing would be delayed pending arguments for a new trial. Still to be tried on an accessory charge is Pickett county sheriff cull Amonett. Dowdy was killed at the tiny Community of Static on the Ken Lucky Side of the state line while he Tennessee officers were searching for a bad Check suspect guards said the three halted slowly through the Yard to the Kitch russians announce explosion of a Type of atomic weapon Moscow the soviet Union announced today it has exploded one of a Type of atomic weapons with valuable the Brief announcement by the official news Agency Tass said the est will enable soviet scientists and engineers to solve successful y problems of defense from atom c Tass gave no details on where he explosion took place or what Ype of weapon was involved. The announcement said in accordance with the plan for scientific research work trials of be of a Type of atomic weapons vere carried out in the soviet in on during recent Days. The aim of the trial was the tudy of an atomic explosion. The trials produced value results which will enable soviet dentists and engineers to solve Success filly problems of defense rom atomic a or in Tokyo the Kyodo news ser i vice reported that the meteorological Laboratory of Kyoto University had recorded unusual instrument readings aug. 26 similar to those observed when the United states made atomic tests at the Bikini atoll. Kyodo said a student at the lab oratory reported a Laboratory Man Ometer or pressure gauge gave the readings on that Date at 8 Japan time and again at 1 . There was no immediate reaction to the russian announcement from american officials. White House press Secre Ary James c. Hagerty with pres ident Eisenhower at Fraser 2olo., vacation spot said the pres Dent had been notified. Hogerty of added that any comment would blk Haw to come rom the atomic i Energy commission. Lewis l. Strauss the commis Sion s chairman said in new York City he had no statement to make. The state department like Wise refused comment. Rep. W. Sterling Cole chairman of the Senate House atomic Energy committee said Hammondsport . I feel that at the present i should confine my remarks to raising the question do we need any further evidence of the Rea intent of the soviets toward world today s communique from mos cow was the first official word in year Russia. On atomic tests inside in August 1953, the russians claimed that in a series of tests hey had touched off a Hydrogen bomb explosion of great strength the dec confirmed that the blasts involved both fission atomic and Hermon unclear lat str a term used by scientists to Der Carlbe a Hydrogen explosion. Strauss commenting last August on the 1953 soviet experiments said the russians tested a went m or device of a yield Well beyond he Range of regular fission Wear 3ns and which derived a part of to Force from the fusion of Light president Truman first announced in 1949 that . Detection agencies had Learned the soviet Union detonated an atomic bomb in october of that year. In october 1951, a White House announcement spoke of another atomic bomb being set off some where in Russia. Later Truman s presidential press Secretary Jos Eph Short announced evidence of a third nuclear explosion by the soviets. Unofficial information indicated in recent weeks that american scientists were showing a particular watchfulness for new Sian tests. Or. Ralph Lapp a scientist connected with Early . Atomic pro lets but now outside the govern ment has speculated there Are three possible Means of detecting Distant atomic blasts with sense Ive instruments 1 Earth Shock r seismic effect 2 noise or sonic effect and 3 in Deloac Vilty. Doctors to use Plain language at forum persons attending the free health forum on cancer no. 2 killer next week will hear their questions answered doctors everyday language. In Plain. The doctor panellists have prom ised to Lay aside latin phrases for the forum which is scheduled for b . Thursday september 23, at the civic auditorium. The Dis Cussion is sponsored As a Public service the times news and radio station wept in cooperation with the Tjohnson Sullivan county medical association. Physicians Learned the Art Medicine in latin they discuss it with each other in latin phrases and they write own your Case Ory in words containing latin. But n order that you will understand clearly every word uttered they will carefully avoid the jaw break no terms used within the medical family. In fact if any or the speakers should slip and say something like the surgeon did an end to end Anastomosis on the patient s the Moderator will Stop right there and insist that he put the words in Plain Street Corner English. For example the speakers on cancer will not say the tumor is but they la say it is they won t Call an other tumor but instead it will be they won t Tell you that some cancers but that they for the night of september 23. Doctors on the cancer panel will talk your language. You Are invited to Send in your questions in Advance by using the Coupon in this newspaper or you May ask questions in writing after you arrive at the auditorium. These forums Are free to every one. Your health forum Kingsport times news Kingsport Tennesse dear doctor if que Sci on on cancer b a Iii mail now sign if you wish

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