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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - September 25, 1952, Kingsport, Tennessee10 thursday sept. 25, 1952 Kingsport times Beer continued from Page 1 City limits. The offence allegedly occurred at the distributing company s warehouse on main Street a death notices p. S. Garst Blountville spa Garst 68, Farmer died at his Home Blountville route 3, at . Wednesday after a lingering illness. He had lived in the same Sec Tion All his life and was a Mem Ber of pleasant Hill Church of the Brethren of which he had mat a us a Deacon for 40 years. Livery was being made to Bris i survivors include the widow mrs. Bertha wine Garst three daughters mrs. Charles e. Jones Piney Flats mrs. Dorsey Sproles gust 19. Safety director John Martin testified that he and patrolman m. Lee visited the warehouse and found a truck being loaded with cases of Beer. Martin said he talked with the Driver and was told that a de Tol. He said he was Given a Cas of the canned beverage for Evi x Dence and cited the Driver and company representative int court. At the defense attorney s refusal to admit that the con tents of the Case was Beer City attorney h. Marvin Parsons personally opened a can of the beverage before the court. Martin and Lee stated that the contents smelled like Beer. In other cases on the morning docket heard before judge West a Man was fined for disobey ing the order of a policeman and possessing a bottle containing Gin and a Motorist was Given a suspended for illegal parking. Forfeitures included a Bond for possessing whisky a Bond for speeding in a school zone and nine Bonds for me Ter violations. Caudle continued from Page 1 Tion circles. And the probes left the door open for former atty. Gen. J. Howard Mcgrath to return for More testimony on what he knows about the White House if he desires. They suggested his Story might contain a better explanation of Why president Truman fired Caudle last november during an investigative juror Over Federal tax scandals. Truman said at the time it was because of Caudle s outside Caudle in the closing minutes of his appearance confirmed a report that Mcgrath told him i know enough about the White House to blow it so High it would be another satellite in the orbit and the Force of Gravity would never he testified also that Mcgrath informed him the same White House clique which he said brought about his dismissal were also after him me Mcgrath was fired last Johnson City and Jones Blountville four Kyle sons British ships Hong Kong two British warships and communist Shor batteries traded fire today after the reds swarmed Over a Brit Wilbur Paul and Sam Garst All of Blountville and John c. Garst Westminster my. Three Sisters mrs. Sam Glover Pine Flats mrs. E s. Glover Blount Ville and mrs. Roy e. Clark Johnson City and 16 grandchildren. Funeral will be Friday at . At pleasant Hill Church of the Brethren. The Rev. Charles Rinehart will officiate assisted by the Rev. Beverly Smith. Buria will be in the Church cemetery. Pallbearers will be de Span Gler Worley Spangler Bill Jack son e. B. Thrasher Vernon Glover Bobby Gammon Jack Smith and John c. Deakins. The body will be removed from Paul Cook funeral Home to the residence at 3 . Thursday. It will be taken to the Church at . Friday. F. L. Summey fort Blackmore a. Spa Lee Summey 68, died Lear his Home Here while in out to a Hospital at 8 . Wednesday. He was a Farmer and a Mem or of fort Blackmore Baptist Church. Surviving Are the widow mrs. Frances Akers Summey three daughters mrs. Henry Jennings Wise a. Mrs. Hobert Flanery fort Blackmore and mrs. Ezra Dockery slant a. Five sons j. M., b. R., c. And f. L. Summey fort Blackmore and Brickey Summey Dungannon a. 40 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Funeral will be at 2 . Fri Day at Pine Grove Church with the Rev. James Boatright and bring it Back to the Rev. Volley Thacker officiating. Burial will be in the Brickey cemetery. Removed two Chi Nese. Commodore Harold g. Dickin son Hong Kong naval chief said the destroyer Consort and the frigate mounts Bay returned fire on red Shore batteries after they were fired upon following the raid. The passenger ship Taoshing was raided about 3 ., some 10 Miles East of portuguese Macau in a Channel of Normal International Dickinson said the Taoshing was 5v4 Miles West of British held la Tao Island and 10 Miles East of Macau when a gunboat and launch both Fly ing the chinese communist Drew alongside. Illinois continued from Page 1 he Mckinney said the funds were used to defray the Gover nor s charitable contributions some of his entertainment expenses and to assist candidates or the state legislature who were and. Favourable to the Stevenson ministration. Gov. Stevenson has acknowledged he had a Small personal und to supplement salaries of of paid state employees. He has not mentioned any other Politi " Cal fund at his disposal such As one or. Mckinney described. Mckinney explained that a master list of at least Southern educational Board meets Nashville support surrounds Nixon at Airport after speech a woman supporter reaches past police to shake the hand of mrs. Richard Nixon As she and the senator arrive at International Airport in los Angeles for a flight to Missoula Mont. A Short time before the Republican vice presidential candidate had made a nationwide radio and television broadcast in which he made a Complete personal financial statement in defense of his acceptance of an Politi Cal fund. April. New York stocks nev7 York up . New evidence Caudle s Testi Mony that he had obtained Mcgrath s permission to accept Xouatt commission on the Sale coastline an air plane. Nixon continued from Page 1 vision broadcast. From Cleve land the presidential nominee summoned his running mate to Wheeling telling him in Advance he was a courageous Man. Nixon flew about Miles from Missoula Mont., to land on Wheeling s Hilltop Airport. Eisen Hower who had been waiting patiently in a car strode up the plane ramp. International Nisvet _ Johns Manville trip Rye Kerm Ecott i Ruffian Liggett Myers continued from Page 1 my officials in All branches of Packard the government to place on the Paramount pictures Public record each year full formation concerning their in Pennsylvania or comes from All sources Public Pepsi cola stocks american can american car f american t t american tobacco i Baltimore Ohio Bendix aviation Bethlehem steel Boeing aircraft Borden Chesapeake Ohio Chrysler Colgate up Continental can Corn products Douglas aircraft Dupont pastern air general electric general motors Goodrich Goodyear Gulf Oil International Harvester and or. Truman said in the Mes Sage he believed that would be an important step in assuring the integrity of the Public serv ice and in protecting govern ment officials against false and unfounded charges of improper or. Truman also refused to predict the outcome of the no vember elections saying he is no pollster and no Prophet. A reporter noted that the american medical association recently disbanded its special group to direct a Campaign against or. Truman s compulsory health insurance plan. Ama claimed it won its fight but or. Truman said today he thought the association had Given up instead of winning. Or. Truman defended his action in placing mrs. Truman on his office payroll while he was a senator. He said it was exceedingly difficult for a senator to live in Washington on the salary he got in those Days and that mrs. Truman pay the Board Bills by working in his office. Reporters 56 55 36 i 53 44 73 62 84" a 63 it 66 u 323e 38 4% 25% 66 "4 19 46v4 105 58% 67 i prospects was compiled for gov. Stevenson s office. The list Nam d firms that had sold goods to he state government during the previous year together with the amount they sold. He said the source of the information was monthly reports his office pre pared for state tax authorities so they could be sure suppliers paid the Illinois retail sales tax. Mckinney said he was Posi Tive gov. Stevenson knew personally about the fund raising because the governor frequently warned that he did not want pressure applied to make reluctant business men contribute. Some business men on the list later said they gave anywhere Between and s5.000, Mckin Ney said. Mckinney said he did not himself solicit. He said that was done mainly by William Mil Ler of Ottawa 111., a close per Sonal Friend of gov. And Joe Knight of Dow 111., treasurer of the Illinois demo cratic Central committee. Neither could be reached for comment today. Author of famed anti evolution Bill Dies at 76 Lafayette Tenn Washington Butler author of Tennessee s famous anti evolution Bill in 1925, died at his Home near Here last night. He was 76. The Bill enacted by Tennes see s legislature made it illegal pensions and other benefits. to Opal in Mill in t a Nair. Of 1 1 _-3________l Southern mine owners huddle in strategy meet Washington soft Coal mine owners held a strategy meeting today to de Termine a yes or no answer to contract demands of Union Leader John l. Lewis. Joseph e. Moody president of he Southern Coal producer association met with the association s 29-member Board of direct ors to decide on a reply to Lewis president of the United mine workers Union. Moody and four other Mem Bers of the Southern manage ment group s executive commit be talked with Lewis and a in on committee for four hours wednesday afternoon. Lewis was believed to have outlined his de mands. Moody declined to Tell news men a Jat Lewis had demanded As contract changes to replace he agreement which expires at Midnight next tuesday. But was expected to insist on Nashville up and legislators of 14 states be Gan a two Day conference Here today to map out the immediate future of the Southern regional education program. The meeting started after or. John e. Ivey jr., of Atlanta director of the regional Educa Tion Board said work of the program can be expected to move along faster during the next few years. The Board was organized in 1948. Ivey said the Basic purpose of the program is to Channel educational resources of the 14 Southern states to eliminate unnecessary duplication Competition and expense. He said the program currently limited to graduate professional and tech Nical Fields has been developed so that major decisions Are made by Large groups represent ing Large bodies of the 14 the Chancellor of the univer sity of Mississippi or. J. D. Wil iams pointed but that the Board makes no attempt to encroach on the Sovereign Powers of the he said the Board decided there was no for a state medical school in Mississippi but that the Mississippi legislature had decided to establish one in Jackson. Haircut Price the same terms from he Dixie owners As he has Al 4tyrsnegotiated with Northern in Knoxville up the Union agreement with Northern mines Calls for a lost in the Basic daily age for miners plus a 10-cent increase in the 30-cent-a-ton Royalty paid by owners into the Union s welfare fund for miners to teach in Public schools the theory that Man descended from a lower order of animals. That Lewis has called a meeting of his 200-Man Union policy com Mittee for next monday. The i annuals Eliab Jui Jagau Liviu Quay. Ine was Darwin s theory of evolution committee will be called upon to what a Adlai Stevenson arrives in Baltimore md., to make a speech on How to curb living costs is greeted by Eisenhower forces blaming democrats for High prices. These Are two of the five signs women used to picket the democratic Headquarters on Stevenson s arrival. A wire photo escapees continued from Page 1 the posse was made up of 30 officials Confer wit Clementon isotopic Hospital Knoxville up City state if approved would bring it resulted in 1925 in the trial of John Scopes a science teacher at Dayton tenn., in a celebrated Monkey trial Case involving top Legal counsel on both sides. Wil Liam Jennings Bryan was on the i prosecution Side and Clarence Darrow internationally known Chicago criminal lawyer was one of the defense attorneys. Young Scopes was convicted and fined and the verdict was upheld by the Tennessee supreme court. The Law remains in effect but there have been no further prosecutions for ing it. Butler was a state senator rep resenting Macon Trousdale and Sumner counties at the time the anti evolution Bill was passed. In recent years he had been in ill health and suffered injuries to the state s portion a fal1 at his Home several Days ago. Survivors include the widow of the costs. The City is to pay and Knox county meanwhile City Law director Clarence Blackburn said he was preparing a Legal opinion on whether the City is now commit Ted to proceed with participation Philip Morris Reynolds tobacco Seaboard airline Sares Roebuck Southern railway Standard Oil no 75 Studebaker 37 Union Carbide 64 u s rubber 2334 u s steel Warner Bros 12% Western Union 331.2 Westinghouse air be Westinghouse electric Woolworth Stevenson continued from Page 1 in rejecting sen. Richard m. Nixon s demand that Stevenson report his finances to the nation As Nixon did. Tuesday. Or. Truman for the most part stayed out of the Campaign spot Light in september in conform Ance with an understanding reached shortly after Stevenson was nominated at Chicago in july. The general nature of the understanding was that As far As the democrats were concerned Stevenson would have the a the posse was made up of 30 county and University or ten proceed Wim participation prison guards officers from three Nessee officials Confer Here to in the no Spital after paying its counties and members of Tennessee Highway patrol identified As David Hardin. The Day with democratic gubernatorial candidate Frank Clement on the two Back in custody were the projected u. T. Isotopic Hospital. Mayor George r. Dempster had said he May ask Clement about the possibility of obtain ing in additional state funds to enlarge the Hospital research Center to a capacity of 31, sentenced from Davidson county on april 8, 1952, for five years on robbery. Charles Mcclellan 18, sentenced from Davidson county on March 29, 1949, for 9 to 11 years on housebreaking and larceny. Authorities said still at Large were daily Junior Griffin 29, sentenced feb. 6, 1949, from Shelby county for five years on robbery Albert priest 24, sentenced from Sumner county on May 25 1950, for three years on House breaking and larceny. Olynn k. Burnett sentenced from Dixon county on april 8 1946, for three years on larceny Hubert a. Hopkins 34, sentenced from Shelby county on March 28, 1952, for three years on larceny. Clarence Smith jr., 23, sentenced from Moore county on sept. 2, 1952, for six years on burglary and larceny. Ralph f. White 25, sentenced from Shelby county on Jan. 14, 1952, for four to six years on for Ery. Share of the architects fees. The City has paid on the fees but City Council grudgingly voted payment of More at a meeting tuesday night. Clement will remain in Knox Viltre tonight to address More than 400 scottish rite masons celebrating their organization s 150th year Here 550 Beds As originally planned. Masons throughout the state City and county officials have indicated they Are this satisfied with present plans for a 317-bed unit. Three sons and two daughters. Speeding curb proposed Carbondale. 111. Up to slow Down motorists several Carbondale residents proposed that their Street be graded like a roller coaster. Their formal petition to City Council was taken under advisement. Mayor John Wright commented that the same effect might be gained by allowing streets to deteriorate into ruts making speeding impractical. Chiang halts red Money j Taipei Formosa Kai Shek has ended a steady flow of Money from nationalist China Are expected but most of the i to communist China ratify the new contract terms with Northern owners and do the same for any Southern mines agreement or prepare for a Dixie strike. It starts location service for doctors Memphis up the University of Tennessee College of Medicine has started a location service for. General it was announced today. J the general practice office maintains a file of available loj cations and co operates with physicians in setting up practice. Or. Paul Williamson head of the office said the service is in tended to stimulate Young physicians to practice in Rural Knoxville half of the shops in Knoxville and Knox county were to hike the Price of haircuts to today. Lon Crosby spokesman for the Knox county Barbers association said some 65 Barbers and shop owners voted for the in crease at a meeting last night. He said Many other shops in the association s territory had agreed to hike their prices 15 cents above previous prices of 60 and 65 cents. From Dob yes Taylor areas. Breaks leg every year Murphysboro 111. Up Jimmy Nash is Only three sum mers old but he has yet to get by one without breaking his right leg at least once. His physician said Jimmy s simply too Active for his legs. Flowers Backer Bros. Phone 2200 Charlemont and warm Fra us. Service Day Flower orders telegraphed the additional Funtila from the Sooga. Guests will be members of the Knoxville consistory which extends from Bristol to Chatta Piave one t the numerous tonal stage to himself during questions about the Nixon fund incident. But or. Truman re plied no comment to All of them. He told a reporter that he would have to wait and see whether his views on the matter Are aired during his forthcoming Campaign trip which begins sat urday night. It freshman class Enrols about Knoxville largest freshman class since 1948 registered today at the University of Tennessee. Dean of students Ralph e. Dunford said approximately first year students registered. He said this is the second september stating his position on Basic issues. October will be devoted to re emphasis and rebuttal. In Chicago the National chair released sub continued from Page i the giant battleship Richelieu the cruisers Gloire and Mont Calm an air Craft Carrier and a pack of destroyers hunted a 300 mile Square area 30 Miles off the South coast of France through out yesterday and last night. The warships swept the water with searchlights looking for an Oil Slick or a buoy which the missing submarine might have Man of volunteers for Steven son said he turned a Little less than Over to gov. Steven son to help boost the salaries of Able and deserving state administrators. Tears radar and other devices also tracked the water looking for a Trace of the missing submarine. At Dawn land and Carrier-1 based planes took off to again join the search. Naval planes found the Oil Slick and called for help. Continued from Page 1 largest freshman class University s history a total students is expected to enrol in the Knoxville colleges this fall. Eral few saw those who had travelled with Nixon trom Missoula Mont., where he kept a Campaign commitment after delivering his nation wide to and radio report to the people on his finances. The for those who ibo ked on Eisenhower s formal political embrace of Nixon later at a Mist covered open air rally was an anti Climax. Groseclose Flowers for All decisions phone 6 All arrange Manta ment sources estimated chinese on Formosa had been sending about a month via Hong Kong to relatives in red China. Wanted Carrier boy for the Kingsport times at Ford town Tennessee. Apply circulation 2000 times news make my collection Day a Success by paying me promptly when i Call to collect for the times news dear subscriber i am your Kingsport times news Carrier Salesman. My business is like your grocery Man i buy my newspapers wholesale and sell them to my customers retail. Of course the Dif Ference Between the two represents my profit. Therefore in order to pay my paper Bill every two weeks on saturday and to realize the full profit from my route it is necessary tha 11 collect from each of my subscribers. I would appreciate very much if you would have my Money ready for me every two weeks when t Call to collect. If your service is not satisfactory please let me know and i be glad to Correct it sincerely yours Jour Arner Esman Kingsport times news

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