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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 21, 1953, Kingsport, TennesseeToday s skies a Urlio . Cut . Tha Moon a Lett . Mud will be pull tomorrow a list. Evening Star Saturn nearer the Hort Zon Emob evening will soon be too near the Sun to be it will re turn As a morning Star m november. All times Eastern Standard Kingsport times vol. Xxxix no. 188 Kingsport Tenn., monday september 21, 1953 12 pages five cents the weather partly Cloudy tonight be coming Windy and cooler Low about 50. Tuesday mostly fair and Cool. Local noon temperature 73 last night s Low 60 sunday s High 73. Rainfall .02 Inch. Reds say missing Cis not captured 2 sex premiers 11 others held in Egypt plots officials of Farouk monarchy seized by Naguib government Cairo. Egypt ment police arrested two former premiers and 11 other egyptians today in Swift pre Dawn raids on Homes of officials of sex King Farouk s monarchy. Authorities announced that 10 had been jailed and three placed under House arrest. The government gave no immediate explanation for the arrests but spokesmen for presi Dent Mohammed Naguib warned late last week that anti govern ment plotters would be brought to trial. Most prominent of the arrested egyptians were former pre Miers Mustafa Elnahas and Ibrahim Abdel Hadi and former Cabinet chief Hafez Afifi. Nahas 74, his wife and Afifi were placed under House arrest but the others were roused from their sleep and taken to jail in army trucks. Nahas Leader of the once pow Erful a dist party had been Premier of Egypt five times. A Del Hadi had been Leader of the Saddest party. Abdel Hadi s brother it. Sol. Ismail Al Melgui was picked up with the former Premier. They did not resist arrest. Police made a thorough search of the Homes and confiscated documents for investigation. Others jailed were police it. Col. Stadelin Al Sombati one time High political police offi Cial with Saddest leanings for Mer Prince Abbas Halim a Cousing of Farouk Avrim Sabet an advisor to Farouk Mahmound Soliman Chan Nam former was dist minister. Housing drops gop concerned Federal action on loan credit is seen Washington in housing administrator Albert m. Cole today the government take direct action unless Pri-1 vate mortgage credit is available to sustain reasonably High Home building activity. Cole s address prepared for the american Bankers association at its 79th convention Here was the first official acknowledgement of government con daring n. Korean Pilot hands allies sleek Mig Jet in Korea Seoul a daring North korean Pilot today handed the allies a sleek Mig-15 Jet fighter deadly red warplane for which the United states offered last february. The Mig s guns were still armed when it raced unheralded from North Korea and made a perfect Landing at sprawling Kimpo air base near Seoul. It was the first Mig to fall into Allied hands in Korea. The russian built swept Wing fight ers never left their own air Over red territory during the War. T in command said the Reward offered for the hard dollars policy of gop of by Bankers Aba is reassured policy will be eased fast if need arises Washington the hard dollars policy of the Eisenhower administration will be eased promptly if a business re cession looms a leading banker told the american Bankers Assn. Aba today. Roy l. Reierson vice presi Dent of the Bankers Trust co., new York assured the group s 79th convention Here the government will stick to its mildly restrictive credit policy while business booms. But the Federal Reserve Board s Quick corrective action this Spring when swiftly rising interest rates and a credit squeeze distressed and disorganized the financial markets proved the alertness of the Money managers in Washington Reierson said. He added in an economic downturn the authorities will almost certainly shift rapidly toward a pronounced easing of Reierson suggested that inter est rates have reached their Peak but show no sign of Early decline. He said credit May be moderately tighter the rest of this year but a business Down turn would accentuate the sea Sonal easing of credit in Early 1954." few Gale Alley Dies of heart attack Gale Mcclellan Alley 47, Church Hill businessman died at 9 . Monday following a heart attack. Members of the family said or. Alley became ill while Hunting in the Christian s Bend Community Early monday and was pro Surprise Over the to a Man they approved bounced dead shortly afterwards housing slowdown. Many build the sound Money policy of the at Holston Valley Community of the delegates seemed to expect More than a mild and Brief readjustment in the Wake of the mobilization Boom. Most of those interviewed avoided even the word races first Mig to Bolt to the allies is still in effect. There was no Quick reaction from the communists. At first the allies refused to identify the flier but later in Tokyo Gen. O. P. Weyland far East air forces commander said he was a North korean. Weyland announced the Jet was from a North korean air it is being studied by u. S. Air Force officers. The Pilot s name will not be revealed unless he personally consents. The North korean will be granted Asylum if he wants it. The Pilot disappeared behind a tight Wall of secrecy and Kim to air base was closed to every one but authorized military personnel a psychological warfare Colo Nel near Seoul said american Sabre jets met the Mig Over the Southern Boundary of the de militarized strip across the korean Peninsula and escorted the red fighter to Seoul. However the Mig apparently caught Kimpo air base by sur prise. A crowd scurried out to thet. Runway after the plane stopped. The Pilot was described As Short and Black haired. 1 an american Pilot who met him said the flier pulled a Pic Ture of a girl from his Blue Fly ing suit and Tore it up. The american pieced together the shreds of the picture which he said looked like a North to col. Don p. Hall of Kingsville tex., commander of the 4th fighter interceptor Mig said the Pilot was smiling and very Happy it was Over 10 persons die in fiery Calif. Car truck crash nine in wedding party killed 11th Man seriously Hurt Baker Calif. Up _ ten persons nine of them members of a Happy bridal party on their allies and agent checking tale Beria escaped soviet Union facing ouster by Al Senate red Hunters convinced mystery Man is deposed police Boss others sceptical Washington if sen. Mccarthy s investigations subcommittee Hopes to Krotow within a few Days an informed source said today whether a mysterious figure who claims to be Lavrenty Beria really is the deposed Kremlin police Boss. The Wisconsin Republican has refused to be quoted on the mat Ter at All. A person familiar with the Senate group s operations said How Ever that investigators Are con Vinced Beria has escaped from Russia and is hiding in terror of his life to a Neutral european country. Other government sources also asking not to be quoted by name were sceptical saying the chances of Beria s having escaped from behind the Iron cur Tain were one in a the Senate source said today a new Man has gone Over who will know him if it is and that a report from this per son can be expected within a few Days. This source said the Man who longshoremen s convention determined executive Council recommends move at annual convention St. Louis the Al opened its annual today with leaders to kick the inter National longshoremen s association Ila out of the federa Tion. If convention delegates go along with the officers proposal to oust Ila accused of Harbor ing hoodlums and racketeers along the new York and new Jersey piers a rival longshore men s Union will be suggested. Al president George Meany announced that the powerful Al executive Council had de Way to a Nevada wedding were killed in a fiery car truck Colli Sion last night. The dead included a 14-year old prospective Bride her Fiance and members of the family including three children. The tenth victim was the Driver of the truck. Police said the crash occurred near Here As the party drove to Ward Las vegas nev., for the wedding of 14-year-old Joyce Lindsey and Thomas Graham 24. An Lith person a Young Sailor was in critical condition from Burns. The California Highway patrol called the Accident one of the worst to our officers said flames from the in rejects reply on troops communists claim of reds captured by allies Are now missing Panmunjom communists said today they never captured most of the Allied troops for whom the in com Mand has demanded an accounting and the allies angrily called the reply totally unsatisfactory and at the same time the communists demanded an accounting for North koreans and chinese they said were captured by the Vishinsky says neutrals must be in on talks wreckage blocked for 45 minutes. The Highway the other dead were identified As Claude Lindsey and his wife Jean or. And mrs. A. J. Lind say Linda Lindsay 4, Virginia Lindsay 2, Arnold Lee Lindsay 11, and James Jones of Las vegas. Howard Heiffus 20, a Sherman Oaks Calif., Sailor attached to the uss impervious was taken to the naval Hospital at Corona Lavrenty Beria ers have blamed a shortage of Republican administration. Credit. New Home starts in August Cole reported were Down to a rate of a year not seriously below the in 1952. Assn. President w. Harold Brenton in an interview de scribed the Economy As very he suggested that business activity has reached a but a sharper future decline is i High plateau where it will re indicated by a drop in current applications for Federal hous ing administration Cha Mort Gage insurance he said. This May mean some difficulty next year the head of the housing and Home finance Agency went on in keeping residential construction up to a level consistent with a sound Economy. In Harmony with the sound Money policy of the Eisenhower administration Cole said the housing Agency increased inter est rates on Cha insured and veterans a administration guaranteed mortgage Loans and took other Steps to free the mortgage Market from Federal intervention. Separated siamese twins Are improved new Orleans up the siamese born Mouton twins who were separated at the lower spine in an unprecedented operation five Days ago were in very Good condition today and a Hospital spokesman said they should be out of danger the 8-week-old girls Are being fed by Mouth every two hours. Intravenous feeding was Dis continued yesterday. A slightly weaker formula was begun yesterday for easier digestion. The pretty Brown eyed twins Carolyn Anne and Catherine Anne Are the daughters of May or and mrs. Ashton Mouton of Lafayette la. They were born july 22. Main for several pc airman missing Hamilton Bermuda up one tennessean was included among seven airmen listed As missing following the crash of a b-29 Hurricane Hunter plane in the Atlantic Ocean saturday. The air Force identified him As airman 2-c. Billy Gene Elliott of Johnson City. Hospital. A native of Church Hill or. Alley had been Active in the automobile business there for the past 30 years. Until 5 years ago he worked with j. Alley in the motor business and since that time he has been a member of Alley motor company in Church Hill. He was a member of the first methodist Church Church Hill. Surviving Are his wife mrs. Minnie Wallace Alley Church Hill nine half Brothers j. C., Luther and Cleve Church Hiu Claude Clarence and Paul Bris Tol George of Surgoinsville Ben Rogersville and Bob Ellenburg Washington two Sisters see Alley Page 3 Calls himself Beria had been cited to recommend that the contacted by agents of Mccar convention void the Ila s Char thy s subcommittee and had Ter. Previously the Council favored Only suspending the Ila but Meany said the Ila s failure to conduct a clean up called for a stronger penalty. We had said Meany that our recommending sus pension would Spur the Ila into complying with our orders of last february to rid the Union of racketeers a and questionable practices. However we be seen no action to indicate they Are going to clean up the situation them selves. So we re stepping Meany said that once the Al convention follows the executive Council advice and lifts the Ila charter he will announce plans to set up a rival Union to accept Ila members under new leadership. The convention May act tomorrow or wednesday. Two unions competing for members on the new York waterfront could Lead to trouble. Complicating the situation is the fact the Ila s contracts with East and Gulf coast shippers expire oct. 1. Joseph p. Ryan 69-year-old Ila president under indictment for larceny of his Union s funds had Little comment saying we want to stay in the Al but we want the men to stay in nought political Asylum in the United states in Exchange for disclosure of russian secrets i officials in the executive Branch of the government said they knew nothing which would Lead them to believe Beria for Mer head of the russian secret police has managed to get out of Russia. At the same time it was made Clear this government would be glad to receive any Man who knows As Many of the Kremlin s secrets As Beria Doss. So far As is known in the West Beria was last seen in Public in Moscow on May 1. Soviet pre Mier Malenkos denounced him As a traitor july 9 and ousted him from his posts As Home minister and first Deputy chair Man of the Council of ministers. Deathless Days on highways City county 724 33 Eisenhower May fire Back at demos today Washington Eisenhower May pick a Republican rally in Boston tonight to reply to criticism of his administration by Adlai e. Stevenson and former president Truman. Eisenhower who returned from a Colorado vacation Over the week end arranged an Early departure by plane for Massachusetts today. He was scheduled to arrive at Westover air Force base then drive to the Eastern states exposition ground at Springfield. Alter luncheon there with gov. Christian a. Herter sen. Salton stall a mass and other gop leaders the president was to go to the coliseum for Brief in formal talk about . Then it s on to Boston by plane for tonight s major address to be nationally Broad cast by the four major networks. Eisenhower will speak at a Boston Garden rally from to 9 . Mutual radio and Abc radio and television scheduled the speech to be car ried directly while later re broadcasts were arranged by Abc and lbs. In Advance of the speech aides would say Only that Eisenhower intends to outline the role he believes the Republican party should play on the american political scene. But is seemed Likely the pres ident in speaking at such a big party rally would take some note i of criticism fired at the administration during a democratic get together in Chicago last week by Truman and Stevenson who was the 1952 democratic presidential nominee. Do you Stop for school buses loading or unloading students Superman in the kids Superman May be Able to Fly but Little boys says 8-year-old Larry King from his Hospital bed in Columbus o. Larry fractured both wrists when he jumped from a second floor fire escape a silk Scarf wrapped around his head and a Towel draped Over his shoulders like a Cape. I though air would get under the Towel and float me Down like it does said Larry. A the Long awaited reel an j ser was to the sept. 9 Allied demand that the communists produce the men including More than 900 or disclose what happened to them. Most of them have never been captured at said North korean it. Gen. Lee Sang Cho at a meeting of the joint military armistice commission. U. S. Maj. Gen. Blackshear m. Bryan senior Allied promptly replied j your statement is totally unsatisfactory and unacceptable. None of the people listed have been repatriated none have been reported by you As having died or escaped. Based on state red Renews demands for round table Type conference on peace United nations n. Y. Ments emanating from your Russia s Andrew y. Vishinsky to Calif., with second degree Burns Over body. Side All were in custody at some the men on the list were Nei ther released nor reported dead the in command said. The communists charged that the Allied roster was crudely manufactured without having been carefully checked at they said 519 men already had been returned to the Allied command and 380 have Long been accounted for in rosters submitted to the allies As re teased at the front escaped or his entire died As to the rest the communists said some refused repatriation but most of them have never been captured at by persistent demands Bryan got from the communists a Promise to allies the furnish by nation numbed of Allied prisoners the reds hold who re fuse repatriation. The communists previously Day declared that communist demands for including Neutral countries in the korean peace conference must be the soviet Delegate told the 60-nation general Assembly the decision taken by the Assembly last month ran counter to the armistice agreement in recommending that Only countries representing the two belligerents should take part in the Par Ley. The recommendation of this Assembly must be brought into conformity with the armistice he said. The United states has insisted that the armistice restricted the representation in the peace con Ference to the two sides but the russians have sought to make 14 a round table affair by inviting India and other so called neutrals. Vishinsky spoke from notes. It was indicated he had received new instructions too late for inclusion in a written speech. The soviet Delegate attacked the position of the United states and charged Secretary of state dul Les had adopted the policy of South korean president Syng Man Rhee and was doing every thing possible to thwart consideration of this question at the present the former soviet foreign minister now head of the so Viet delegation to the u. N., was first on today s list of speakers in the Assembly s general policy debates. Vishinsky asked for the spot saturday at the same time he demanded that the u. Reopen the he based his demand on communist China s earlier Cable insist ing that the conference include Russia India Indonesia Burma and Pakistan As f the Assembly last month voted Down a russian proposal for such a round table conference i approving instead plans for a in a Farewell ceremony before truck we get limit said it was i two sided Parley of the 16 u. Leaving Tokyo Dean received a most Gratifying to read an sex j belligerents and South Korea on Salute from an Honor guard at Cert from the governor s re Ione anti whatever nations Gen. Mark w. Clark s far East j Marks to the 19th annual China and North Korea Headquarters. Invention of the Tennessee motor to sit them on the in Berkeley Calif., 19 of Dean s j transport association at relatives including his wife Mil i Linburg wherein he reminded i dred and his Mother Industry that it must face at the family Home to await his up to the responsibility of a arrival. They will be at Travis legitimate Industry Senter said the present tax j Dean 8 other pos Fly Home highest ranking pm due in Calif. Tues. Tokyo Gen. Wil Liam f. Dean the highest rank ing prisoner of the korean War flew Home today after three years in a communist prison Camp. Dean accompanied by eight other former american pos left Haneda Airport in Tokyo at . . He has been receiving treat ment in Tokyo Hospital for Dys i enter contracted while a Pris Oner of the communists. Dean 54, was captured in july 1950, when his 24th division was overwhelmed by North korean rep Harry Lee Senter. Bristol forces near Taejon South Korea. Democrat said today Tennessee he was released sept. 4 in the i r a n p prisoner Exchange following thei should recognize the necessity truce for a More equitable tax assess shortly after he received the ment for use of our roads medal of Honor the nations Sullivan county repro highest military award for valor j tentative a Leader of the Hunsuc he plans to retire from the Cess Ful legislative fight last win army after 30 years of service Ter against raising the state s had informed the in command that they hold More than 300 South koreans and More than 20 non koreans but never have Given a breakdown by nationality. At the close of the meeting Lee promised the breakdown but did not say when. The reds Are scheduled to de liver the Allied prisoners to in see prisoners Page 3 Senter wants roads fax Burden changed Bristol Tenn. P state discussions on makeup of korean peace conference. Air Force base Calif., when his plane lands in the United states assessment is not Only inequity tomorrow. Lable but also inadequate to car they will leave the 54-year-old try what he called the Burden Bowen child gets polio treatment general s Home Here in a motor Cade for Travis a Short time be fore the announced arrival. Gering deterioration of James Bowen 11-month-old some Cost of repairs for the Stag son of or and mrs. H. S. Bowen our of 1608 d Street was listed in Good condition by nurses at the Man arrested on 7th driving count a Drunken driving charge against an Oft convicted Kings port Man was transferred Mon Day from City court to general sessions court. The defendant s Here shows six previous convictions on Drunken driving charges since 1946. His Driver s License has been suspended for six months on four occasions according to the record. On the other two occasions the Man was charged with driving without a Driver s License. He had a Driver s License when arrested this week end. A Bond posted by the defendant on an additional charge of. Possessing whisky was for a of Holston Valley Hospital monday felted in City court. The court refused to accept a Bond posted in the Drunken driving j Case but transferred the Case to the state court. One Driver was fined for running a red Light. An illegal parking charge against another Driver was dismissed when the defendant testified he parked illegally because the car he was driving ran out of Gas. Forfeitures were taken on seven Bonds for Public drunkenness a Bond for possessing whisky a Bond for reckless driving a Bond for illegal turn three Bonds for illegal parking a Bond for illegal parking and 13 Bonds for meter violations. Polio Ward Community morning. The child was admitted to the Hospital at . Saturday. According to miss Cordelia Lampe director of nurses he is the Only Active polio Case now at Hych. So lunar tables rhe to Reauis m Dounar he nods a Iron led below been taken from in Soli Inah tables Pis our 1ayi so mat a Witt be inning i oort Lerr Orv or Hunting in Good Lurma these times if Wtson u Tori in heat Span that sea Lay Naa u the major periods Are 4iowa in typs these begin at the times Enow and last Tor an hour and a half or to hours thereafter tha minor periods Anowar in regular Are of somewhat duration . . Date oar hater 21 monday 22 tuesday 23 wednesday 24 thursday 25 for Lav 26 saturday 27 sunday 6 -.00 Lake stages Watauga Laka Letel monday. Low Cherokee 42.4 feet Low s. Hols too t8.5 feet Low feet Low

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