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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 17, 1954, Kingsport, Tennessee12 Kingsport time september 17, 195i Eisenhower proves better Prophet than Mccarthy James Marlow Washington sept. 17 president Eisenhower has t been in politics As jong1 As sen. Mccar thy but so far he has been a better political Prophet. Late in 1953 Eisenhower expressed Hope communists in government would not an Issue in this year s congressional elections nov. 2. He said he thought his administration would have weeded out then any in the govern ment. Shortly afterwards on nov. 24, 1953, Mccarthy contradicted the president. With a forecast of his own the raw harsh unpleasant fact is that communism is an Issue and will an Issue in 1954." he was wrong. Communists in government May fought Over la Sotidie loeu.1 Camp signs but is not a National Issue raised either party yet. Mccarthy went further last no vember and made himself an Issue in the 1954 elections saying if the american people agree with former president Truman that what he Calls mccarthyism is bad that it is wrong to dig out and expose traitors they have a Chance to get rid of me As chair Man of the investigating commit tee defeating any republicans up for he apparently exaggerated his own political importance. He is not a National Campaign Issue. Candidates generally Are not rising or falling on How they stand on him. Instead of being an Issue he s in a Box put there his own republicans. They boxed him in far More completely than the democrats were Ever Able to. The result has been to keep him out of the Campaign although there is nothing to show that was the intention. At time of his november statements Mccarthy was at the peat of his Power free Wheeling investigating c r i 11 cling democrats and republicans alike. Suddenly the administration turned on him through the army with charges against him and his staff. For months afterwards Mccarthy had to devote his full attention to defending himself and counter charging in the Mccarthy army hearings. Since they were due to end Early in the summer there seemed plenty of. Clear time ahead for him to get into the Campaign. But even before they ended an other Republican teed off on him. Sen. Flanders of Vermont declared Mccarthy should censured for his conduct which Flanders said tended to bring the Senate into disrepute. After two other senators joined forces with ind Ore and Fulbright cd Ark the Republican run Senate decided on an investigation. Once More Mccarthy was tied Down. First he had to prepare for the hearings a special com Mittee. Then he had to defend himself at the hearings. Now that the hearings Are Over he seems to preparing to de fend himself in the full Senate if it returns to vote on censure. Women to protest As president takes second wife Jakarta Indonesia onesian president Soekarno a Good moslem whose religion allows him four wives has taken his second. Wife no. 1 and the Young re pub feminists Are furious. Sources at the presidential pal Ace said the 54ryear-old president a Pioneer Leader of the indonesian revolution had married. A mrs. Martini a Divorcee and Mother of five children in a moslem Cere Mony last june. Mrs. S. Bartow Jont chairman of the women s organization Perrari said Soekarno s Beautiful 29-year old first wife Fatma Wati had not agreed to her husband s second marriage and is ready to seek a divorce. Fatma Wati and the presi Dent have four children. Mrs. Karto Wiconi whose organi j nation has been Campaign ing against polygamy among in Donesia s 78 million people said Soekarno s example pierces the hearts of women s organization members striving for Justice for married the feminist Leader summoned women s clubs to a protest meet ing. I democratic vote Means Truman ism declares Nixon Wichita Kan. Presi Dent Nixon says the november election poses an alternative of continuing the present administration s program of integrity firm Ness and moderation or restoring discredited speaking in president Eisenhower s Home state Nixon declared last night in 1s52, when 31 million Ameri cans rejected it Truman ism meant hopeless inability to Deal with the four headed monster that was Korea communism corruption and controls. Deficit financing and inflation go Clam mily hand in hand. That s what Truman ism Means. That s what his followers including or. Stevenson 1952 democratic presidential nominee and his left Wing Ada americans for demo cratic action mouthpieces want. The vice president told More than persons gathered in the Wichita forum a municipal build that the gop administration is a clean up not a cover up and the honesty the president permeates our government from top to he added. The president and his administrative leaders Are dedicated people they deserve the kind of Congress that will support Nixon is touring the country boosting the election Republican senatorial and congressional candidates in november. He planned a Stop at Pittsburg Kan., today and then will move into Southern Missouri. He told his Wichita audience a return to Truma ism would bring at least an 11 billion Dollar deficit about j150 for every . democratic administrations gave America 14 of its 15 tax boosts since 1913, he said and decreased the personal exemptions of the Little Man from to i say and the record proves it that if the Little Man or the medium sized Man or any sized Man wants a decent tax break Only the Eisenhower administration and a Republican 84th con Gress Are prepared to give the vice president said. It took the Republican 83rd Congress to give us the first Long Range tax Cut and revision Bill in our t earlier Nixon spoke at Topeka the state capital. He said wednes Day s modification of government restrictions on use of acreage diverted from surplus crops has a tendency to pull the Rug out from under the democrats on this is the democrats he said had looked upon the original crop control order As it blow to Farmers. New to station on air saturday a new regional television station Wlos to in Asheville n. C., plans to go on the air saturday it has been announced. A spokesman at the television Cable corporation Here said efforts Are being made to add the new Sta Tion to the local Cable. Johnson City claim studied judge Chattanooga sept. 18 Federal judge Leslie r. Darr today took under advisement three motions concerning a claim the o. A. Kelley construction company of Johnson City Tenn., against three other firms for allegedly due Kelley for subcontract work last year at the Volun Teer ordnance works Here. The claim was filed against Hiwassee constructors Brownlow a inc., a North Carolina construction firm subcontracting work at the ordnance Plant under Hiwassee and Phoenix indemnity co., which holds payment Bond surety for Brown Low s. The Kelley firm contends it did subcontract work for Brownlow s and was not paid its final Bill of Brownlow s and Phoenix moved for dismissal of the Case on grounds the District court Here had no jurisdiction to serve process. Hiwassee asked for a summary judgment in its favor. Advice to a Man with too Many payments pay All your scattered Bills in one Lump sum with a loan from us. Then you will have Only one place to pay each month. You can save Money too your loan payment will probably less than you now pay on All your Bills. You will have Money left Over for other things. Borrow As much As ?200 18 monthly payments 12.77 19.15 25.54 31.98 38.31 death notices Nashville police delay re arrest of City prisoners Nashville sept. 17 or. Bradley t. Young Stickle Yville a. Or. Bradley t. Young 81, died thurs Day at 1 . At his Home Here. He was a retired physician who had practice Medicine in this com a Unity for 65 years. J surviving Are his widow mrs. Bessie Thompson Young one Ponce chief ordered the or. Tyler j. Young of judge to re arrest 3 Correct prisoners freed the mayor Duff mrs. Roy Duff and mrs. Ora last week save take no Neptune of Lebannon ind. And action pending a ruling the City granddaughter. Attorney which was expected to Day. Mayor Ben West released the prisoners after the City jail work House building was condemned As unfit for human habitation the Board of health. Andrew j. Doyle City judge ordered the re arrest of the prisoners yesterday but police chief John Milliron deferred action. Ill have to get a ruling before knowing whether i have the authority to re arrest Milliron said. If they Are to re arrested i d like to know where they Are to judge Doyle s orders said the prisoners Are to held in any place designated As a workhouse until they Are released in due course of he said they were illegally released from the work House. The workhouse housed prisoners sentenced the City judge while the jail Section of the build ing was used As a Holdover. Included in Doyle s list of prisoners to re arrested was Andrew Stone 21, negro who was convicted of 32 counts of threatening to Kidnap rape and murder a Young White girl Here. The girl s parents obtained police Protection after Stone s release. Stone was to imprisoned until 1957. The others were sentenced for miscellaneous crimes including Petty larceny drunk driving and loitering. Wise county plans Centennial Date program in 1956 Norton va., sept. 18 Wise county s Centennial i 1956 was taken Over tuesday the Board of supervisors informally if not officially. They received a report from a committee representing the Norton area chamber of Commerce ask ing them As the official govern ing body of the county to take cognizance of. The anniversary Date july 28, 1956, and to name a committee to begin consideration and planning. Wise county was organized july 28, 1856, according to Johnson s history of Wise county. The nor ton area chamber of Commerce named a committee one member from each town in the county to begin a study in preparation for a Centennial Celebration. This committee made the request for the program tuesday. The com Mittee suggested that supervisors name one representative from each District to serve As sub chairman of an Overall Centennial commit tee their first duty being to ask for a meeting of representatives of All civic and official groups in their respective districts. Costs of such a Celebration were roughly guessed at perhaps the Board seemed interested in the project according to report of Charles i. Fuller clerk but wants Opportunity to talk with civic Lead ers in their respective districts fore naming the sub chairmen As suggested in the recommendations. Members of the chamber of Commerce committee which drafted this suggested program included Gene Maddox of Appa Lachia j. L. Camblos of big Stone Gap Billie Carico of Coeburn pres Atkins of Norton Orby l. Cantrell of Pound n. M. Long of St. Paul and Luther f. Addington of Wise. The proposal was suggested to the supervisors pres Atkins chairman and j. L. Camblos the Only members who were Able to present at the tuesday meeting of the Board of supervisors. Funeral arrangements Are in Complete. The body is at the Estes Cecil funeral Home in Pennington Gap. James e. Massie Dungannon for James Edward Massie 88, Mer chant and Farmer who died in a Norton Hospital wednesday was to held at Dun Gannon methodist Church at . Friday in Stead of 2 . As previously announced. The Rev. John Watkins. Pastor will officiate. Burial will in the Castle cemetery near Dungannon. Infant Wallace the Newborn son of or. And mrs. David j. Wallace 1864 Oakwood drive died at . Thursday at Holston Valley Community hos Pital. Survivors include the parents and a brother. Terence. Graveside services were to at Oak Hill cemetery at 2 . Fri Day. Or. M. 0. Sommers was to officiate. James Craft Sandidge Gate City. Craft Sandidge 44. Died at the Home of his father Jacob Sandidge thurs Day at . After a Brief illness. Or. Sandidge was employed As a Salesman for the u. S. Tobacco co. Until his illness. He was a life time resident of Scott county a. Survivors besides the father Are one son James Craft Sandidge or. Of Durham n. Four Sisters mrs. H. H. Holmes of Bristol miss Ethel Sandidge mrs. Orville Grear mrs. Kemper Grimm All of Gate City five Brothers w. B., John b., Roy a., Henry Rollins and Ray s. Sandidge All of Gate City. Funeral services will held saturday at 2 . At Scott funeral Home Chapel where the body will remain. The Rev. French Taylor will officiate. Burial will in Holston View cemetery. Pallbearers will Jack St. Martin Ralph and Alvin Buttle Ernest Nelms Ray Homnick Ger Ald Sumners Clemson Compton and Daven Cox. Johnny Arnold graveside services for Johnny Arnold infant son of or. And mrs. Walter Arnold 1013 Riverside ave nue Kingsport will held at 2 . Saturday at the Immanuel lutheran cemetery Bloomingdale Road. The Rev. Coba Carter will officiate. To addition to the parents surviving Are a brother Jackie a sister Jane and the maternal grandmother mrs. Rosa Taylor Bloomingdale Road. The body will remain at Hamlett Dobson funeral Home. Albert Jerome Pierce funeral services for Albert Jer ome Pierce 68, who died at . Friday at Holston Valley Hospital will held at 2 . Sunday at Shiloh Baptist Church. The Rev. J. Gaines and the Rev. W. M. Stokley will officiate. Burial will in the Pierce cemetery. He was a native of Sullivan county and a Farmer. Survivors include his wife mrs. Addle Pierce one sister miss Vir Ginia Bond Kingsport one brother Pat Pierce Church Hill two daughters miss Alice Pierce Bridgeport conn., and mrs. Vir Ginia Pierce coinage Kingsport eight sons Jack Pierce and Fred Pierce of Church Hill Albert Pierce jr., and Thomas Pierce Washington d. C., William Pierce Fayetteville n. C., James Pierce Jack Pierce and Jerome Pierce Kingsport. He is also survived 21 grandchildren. The body will lie in state one hour before the funeral. Hamlett Dobson funeral Home is in charge. Quick change on and makes Star of Young Singer Bob Thomas Hollywood to con Quer adversity in one Quick Les son. The conqueror is Harry Bela Fonte the Young Singer. He saved his career in one even ing. It happened a couple of years ago in Las vegas. Harry had made a Small hit in a couple of Chic night spots in new York with Lis singing of Folk songs. Very High brow stuff. So some smart character booked him into vegas not realizing the difference Ween the smart Manhattan audiences and the pleasure seekers of the Nevada spas. I played the first show of the evening and it was re-1 called Harry. I Don t mean they ust did t like my act they were abusive. The orchestra members started snickering among them selves. The dese and Guys started to get threatening. I m ure that if stoning had not been punishable Law i would have Otten it from the audience. I got mad. I did t mind if they did t like my act. That was their privilege. But i thought it was wrong for them to hurling such abuse at me. I decided to Salvage what i could. I had opened the show with a couple of old English Folk songs. Naturally they fell Flat. So i told my accompanist Mallard Thomas to bring out some of the arrange ments we had been saving. We juggled the act completely. The reaction was entirely differ ent from the first song. The audience was enthusiastic and we were the talk of the Las vegas from then on Harry was in. He slayed one of the leading roles in Mem s Bright he starred on Broadway in John Murray an Derson s almanac and came Back o Hollywood to play the Lead in Carmen he is embark ing on a night club tour having lust closed at the Coconut Grove Here. A Busy Man this Belafonte. But he was not always so. When he rot out of the Navy after the War he did t know what to do. At first he helped his father As main Enance Man for new York apart ments. Harry enrolled at an actor s workshop where he studied with such eager Young actors As mar on Brando and Tony Curtis. But unlike the others he had Little Opportunity for roles after graduation. He sought other jobs like dyeing fabric for a week. Then he lad a Chance to sing in a night club. It meant a week for Avo hours work a night so he ook it. He worked his Way up to a week at Martha Raye s club in Florida. Then he quit and made Folk songs his specially. Construction co. Sued woman Towson my. Wanda Sieni Elewski has substituted a court suit for a gun in her fight with a construction company. She is suing the Leo o. Butler co. Of College Park for about a year ago she brought com Pany construction of sewer and water lines to a standstill impounding its equipment behind Chicken wire and standing guard with a Rifle. The 57-year-old grandmother ended off company attempts and and water to recapture their equipment parked on her property. She gave in after negotiations. But she is asking for property damage for tres Lassing and for damages a her health. Addiction expert says alcoholism is blood disease for fact Safe dependable service Gilliam cabs dial c ?171 Circle Back of Bis Termini terms available if desired. Finance corp. Of Tenn. 337 e. Center St. Phone Circle s-3195 Bill Volmir look what s at suburban London my a leading British specialist on alcoholism says the Man who booties to excess is Sui ering from a chemical condition f his blood that can treated chemically and Only chemically. Writing in the current Issue of medical world a journal for Gen eral practitioners. Or. J. Y. Dent described alcoholism As a blood disease rather similar to Diane he said a chemical substance called apomorphine is Safe and in Ghlyn effective if properly administered. Dent is editor of the journal of addiction. Family doctors the expert and ised should explain to the Alco Holic that his addiction is not a moral lapse nor due to Lack of will in Many ways it is similar to diabetes. But no one tells the diabetic to pull his socks up and Stop passing sugar in his urine or scoffs at him if he prefers his Tea unsweetened. You must explain that he has Aken drink As a Medicine to treat a disease temporarily and that apomorphine treats this condition permanently and unless he drinks again he will need no further for less serious addicts the kind who can stay away from the stuff for a week without getting delirium Kremens Dent pre scribes three or four Days treat ment at Home. Instead of that frequent Martini or triple slug to Calm the nerves the patient lies Down puts a Tab it of apomorphine in the Pouch of his Cheek and lets it dissolve waiting 10 minutes before Swal the dosage is repeated on a carefully regulated schedule unto the craving for drink is gone. A bomb survivor is go an Francisco Tel Wazumi Salamas a survivor of the atom bombing of Hiroshima was sworn into the army yesterday Anc said he enlisted because i feel 11 is my duty As an american Pope receiving medical treatment Castel Gandolfo. Italy sept. 17. Sources said today that Pope plus Xii is receiving Medl Cai treatment for a new attack of the hic coughing which accompanied a serious ill Ness earlier this year. A Swiss specialist. Or. Paolo Nuehaus reportedly has been summoned to the Pope s summer Resi Dence at Castel Gandolfo. The pontiff appeared tired at his afternoon audience with pilgrims yesterday and Vatican officials said he had been losing sleep cause of the hic coughing attacks. High Vatican officials also said the Pope is upset Over recent International developments. His Cus Tomary optimism was described As shaken the situation in Indochina and French rejection of the european defense Community treaty. Or. Riccardo Galeazzi Lisi the pontiff s personal physician was said to have moved to Castel Gan Dolfo to near his patient. It was understood that the physician had been trying to persuade the Pope to shorten a lengthy address he was scheduled to deliver before a medical Congress today. Pope plus Xii was confined to this bed for several weeks last Jan uary because of a serious attack of Hiccough. He lost weight and was forced to curtail Many of his usual functions. The Hiccough were attributed to a gastric condition. White Floral go. Flowers am array Keanu Gist Ruttei we aka As near As toes Telephone dial cd s-6174 dial circles hot Groseclose Flowers dial Circle 6-6108 a steals from Bible Cincinnati my Heywood Dorsey swore out a warrant yesterday charging Frederick Gray. 41, stole from a hiding place a his Bible. The Bill Dorsey said was placed on a Page containing the 10 commandments. Lost found dept. Jacksonville. Pla. Giles Hall lost his Wallet and Pendleton r. Armstrong telephoned that he had found it on the Beach. Hall went to retrieve it yester Day. During the conversation Armstrong mentioned that when he found the Wallet he was Frt Beach looking for an cigarette lighter he had Hall remarked. 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