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I Friday August 17 1945 Wont Ads 3 2131 THE KNOXVILLE NEWS-SENTINEL Tune in of 990 on Your Hear it on WNOX Read it in The News-Sentinel Page 15 Bingo at Technical Society Picnic Lay Clark To Settle Mat Grudge Tonight Sailor Clark and Dynamite Lay vantage of his position as referee csssr-ss'h'BJg sis irt n4 Nazi Papers Discovered Show Quisling's Guilt By WILLIAM II STONEMAX nirilt Daily Soil wil Itnilc OSLO NORWAY Aug Absolute proof that Vidkin Quisling helped arrange the German invasion of Norway in April 1940 will be produced at his trial which begins here next Monday The proof is contained in documents discovered by the Americans in Germany Among them was a report by Dr Alfred Rosenberg to Adolf Hitler just after the invasion explaining the parts played by Quisling and three others The papers also disclose that Quisling received the equivalent 'Prlfich Pmnhnt of $50000 from the Germans in OplCl 1939 when he began to map the Picked Aua 17 invasion plan These documents blow Quis- QS OT End DotC with Bill Canny to "give me the and he's determined to even scores tonight A tag match also is on the program with the Welch brothers Hert and Jack pitted against Bill and NicK Bacalis Supreme jCops 3-2 Contest Three City League Games Saturday Supreme Foods continued in the second half race of the City Base- ball League today after defeating State Guard in a 3-2 contest nd 1 Point re- Bingo took its place with fried chicken and watermelon at the picnic of the Knoxville Technical Society held at the home of Mr and Mrs Homer George Tazewell Pike Sharing in a tense moment ore left to right Mrs Everett Scroggie Mrs Rutzler Dickinson Judy Copeland Lewis Copeland and Mrs Reed Elliot as the referee allegedly Rave Lay a raw deal clash in the main event of tonight's American Lesion mat show at the Lyric Theater First bout on the card will start at 8:30 o'clock Lay claims the Sailor took ODT To Lift Ban on Travel Will Assure Major Sports Events BULLETIN By iiitH Fppmi WASHINGTON Aug 17 The Office of Defense Transportation today removed all of its restrictions on sports travel Awirtalnl WASHINGTON Aug The announcement that sports fans have been waiting definite removal of ODT travel restrictions on athletics will be made today It was learned last night that restrictions on major professional sports intercollegiate and high schools athletics bowling and horse racing will be lifted The ban on auto racing was withdrawn yesterday Restrictions now in effect apply to such major events as the World Series professional 13 non championship games postseason collegiate football games bowling meets and shipment of racing and show horses by railroad or common carrier With these curtailments ended the World Series and other tentatively-scheduled events automatically will become definite Mos of the sports restrictions have been on a voluntary basis Harness Race Record Fulls Titan Hanover Ranked All-Time Greatest riiMi riw SARATOGA SPRINGS Aug 17 Titan -Hanover making his mark in the dust of the Saratoga raceway was the all-time three-year old king of the harness horses today The recent winner of the Ham-bletonian set a world record for three-year-olds last night when he ran the mile in 2:03 flat then equalled it later by winning the second heat in exactly the same time to win the -Arden stakes He also beat the world two-heat record for a mile for horses of all ages a mark previously led by Spencer jscott He also knocked four and three-quarters seconds from the previous mark of Darnley which held the two-heat mark for three-year-olds The high-stepping horse was driven by Harry Pownall who also was at the reins in both of the victorious heats of the Ham' bletonian last week at Goshen Watch The News-Sentinel for bark to peacetime own story to pieces and make it dead certain that he will be sentenced to death In this case the sentence also is sure to be carried out if Quisling does not commit hara-kiri beforehand Has 80-Page Defense Quisling has prepared an 80-page defense brief which he planned to read at the trial Under Norwegian procedure he will probably have to be shown the new evidence against him and will have to write his story all over again Quisling has flatly denied preknowledge of the invasion and hai indignantly denied receiving money from the Germans As evidence continues to be gathered it becomes increasingly clear that the treachery of Quisling and his followers played only an insignificant part in the German success Active treachery was confined to Quisling himself a few intimates and a group of Lome 25 young traitors who had been sent to Germany for special training Ship Sinking Revealed Plan What certainly did happen was that the Norwegian authorities and the foreign affairs committee of the Storting (parliament) refused to react smartly to the most blatant proof that the Germans were due to arrive in Norway at almost any moment Irrefutable proof came on the morning of April 8 the day before the invasion when a British submarine sank the German transport de off Lillesand on the south coast of Norway One hundred sodden German soldiers were rescued and proceeded blandly to announce that they had had cannon and horses aboard and were bound for Bergen Norway against the British" This was announced to the foreign affairs committee on the iqorning of April 8 but nobody did anything about it The committee was too busy at the moment drafting a sharp note to the British protesting against the laying of mines in Norwegian territorial waters Dutch Attache Gave Tip At the same meeting Halvdan Koht then foreign minister stated that there had been rumors that the Germans were coming but he emphasized that these were rumors and not Actually these emanated from the Dutch military attache in Berlin who had risked his neck to inform the Norwegians that the invasion was about to take place Koht who is now in America 1 will have some explaining to do when he returns to Norway TO the credit of the govern-1 ment including Koht it has been established that they insisted as late as April 8 that if Norway! were bound to enter the war it must be certain to enter it on Britain's side A little treachery of the rotten-! est kind and a very large dose of wooden-headedness remains the real explanation of what happened on April 9 CmM Diiplmy By I'alteJ rim LONDON Aug A prophet bit his here If men sign a formal surrender in Manila today Basil Shackleton will become the leader of the crystal ball set If the terms are signed at any other time he will be deprived of honor in any country Three years ago Shackleton predicted the war would md in August 1945 A few months ago he picked the 17th as the date the 16th or the 18th it's no he said Tapping his forehead he explained have a thing up here and it definitely said the Shackleton Is a fashionable photographer in the West End Prophesying which he has done for 15 years is a hobby So far he has found no practical use for his powers An inveterate horse race fan he lacks the courage to back his own selections Two Youths Admit Entering Oil Company James Cabbage 17 and Jack Price 18 admitted in City Court today that they broke into the Dixie Oil Co and were ordered bound to the Grand Jury Column Hill 325 Cansler Street accused of taking the shoes off a drunk man while confined in City Jail said: was drunk too Judge but 1 didn't mean to take his Hill was fined $50 by Judge Charles Kelly cm a re duced charge of criminal trespassing toma ToAnTta UbnpByUte CfiRitis Diipfat MEW IS4S MODEL ALL STEEL TRAILER Also Compirta Um Used Cars MID-CITY MOTOR CO (Nl DIAL 8-611 MS HENLEV ST WANTED AUTOMOBILE MECHANICS Good Future Excellent Working Conditions Apply MORTON -McCRARY MOTORS Inc rhryKler-Plymouth Distributor 1702 Cumberland Dial 3-21 IB 4 Dead 129 Hurt in Argentine Riot By AnoirimteA Fnm BUENOS AIRES Aug Police announced that 26 persons were injured today in a continuation of this three days of rioting The three-day toll was put at four dead and 129 injured Breaking into headquarters the Nationalist Youth Alliance police arrested 22 men who they said were shooting at demons tors Nine persons were woundec when police fired machine guns in an attempt to disperse one of the crowds In another district a force of about 300 pro-democratic youths attempted to storm former headquarters of the rival Nationalist Youth Alliance to which they suspected the NY A still had access The disorders began with the celebration of the Japanese sur render when pro-democratic groups attacked Nationalists in the street War Minister Juan Percn acting tor President Edelmiio Far rel cancelled army leaves yesterday to prevent soldiers from becoming involved Ambulances their sirens screaming tore through the dense crowd of demonstrators as maraudirg schoolboys armed with broken -eft broom-handles battled police ami: cries of to Gas Company Assets Distribution Asked By AmaritM Fmw PHILADELPHIA Aug 17-Cities Service Power Light Co asked the Securities and Exchange Commission today to permit the Knoxville Gas Company to dia tribute $357353 of the 9458927 proceeds from the sale of its assets This sum excludes $101574 required for claims of public holders of preferred stock The Knoxville firm agreed on January 2 to sell Its assets to the City of Knoxville for a base price of $450000 On May 1 a holder of 60 of the 513 outstanding publicly-h eld shares of 6 per ce cumulative preferred stock filed suit in District Court to enjoin die sale of Knoxville's assets through the court The court refused to enjoin the sale but directed that proceeds be paid into the registry of the court subject to further court orders Cities Service Power Light would liquidate the Knoxville firm and distribute its assets in partia satisfaction of $1168000 of 6 per cent income demand notes payable to it The holding company would surrender all Knoxville securities held by it Cities Service Power Light is asking immediate payment of all the proceeds above $101574 in or der to reduce the $6800000 balance still owing on a $20000000 bank loan made March 15 1944 Athens Hitch-Hiker Tangles With Police Stocks Open Higher in Active Initial Dealings American Radiator Reaches New High Large Blocks Trade By Vnltfd Prm NEW YORK Aug Stocks opened higher in active initial dealings today Cotton lost 2 to 7 points Listed bonds steadied Big blocks were frequent ranging to 6000 shares in radio at 14 up Commonwealth Southern opened on 5000 shares at 14s off 4s Packard opened on 4000 shares at 7 Vs up Vs and American Radiator rose to a new high at 154s on 3500 shares Evans Products and Union Car- Jspectively Montgomery Ward ap- Pared fter the firt 10 minutes ain of one point Inter national Telephone rose to 26i and Norfolk Western was down point The Weather FORECAST FOR TENNESSEE Some clnudineii moderate temperature today Fair not qulta ao eool tonteht Saturday partly cloudy warmer ana humid Tempera tun Decrees Highest yesterday s7 Lowest yesterday 67 -Mean yesterday 77 Normal yesterday 76 Excess for month to date 30 Excesa far year to date 5X1 Hearty Tempera tares Freelpitatfea Yesterday Midnight 70 5 64 a in 70 6 65 66 7 64 66 71 65 76 Inches For 24 hours ending at mldnlsht 00 Foe month to date 726 For year to date 3297 Deficiency for month to date 111 Excess for year to data 07 Sunset today 7:24 Sunrise tomorrow 3:56 a River State a feet! S12S High yesterday Low this morning Station I Station Asheville SI 62 Los A ngeles 4 66 Atlanta MR 69 Louisville HI 60 Birmingham 93 67 Memphis S9 66 Boston 76 61 Miami 66 76 Bristol S3 62 Mlnn-St 66 Chattanooga 90 55 Nashville 96 64 Chicago 74 56 New Orleans 93 75 Cincinnati 73 56 New York 79 64 Cleveland W7S 59 Pittsburgh 77 57 Denver 91 61 Raleigh 73 62 Duluth 79 62 Richmond 69 62 Jackson 99 74 Franriico 67 48 Jacksonville 91 75 St Louis 95 65 Kansas City 93 70 Washing loo v79 64 Knoxville 67 64 Army VD Rate in ETO Doubled Since May By Associated Press PARIS Aug 17 The United States Army disclosed here that its venereal disease rate in the European theater more than since V-E Day with 43-752 men the equivalent of three infantry contracting infections in the last two months Paris and Marseille the Army said are the main sources of infection but the diseases are on the increase in Germany which is second to France among continental countries in the number of affected Americans The Army surgeon's office did not have figures for the period since the fraternization bans were eased but the rate of 500 cases weekly during May in Germany had increased to 2000 weekly for the period ending July 20 high-point and over-age soldiers have been taken off United Stated-bound ships and held at ports and staging areas for venereal treatment the Army said City Badminton Entry List Low Expressing disappointment over the small amount of entries received thus far for the annual city tournament starting next week the Knoxville Badminton Association today started accepting entries through a downtown business house Entries and entry fees may be turned In to Bob Cockrum at the Athletic House it was stated Deadline for entries is Saturday at noon Mountbatten Officers Arrive in Manila By AuMrtateA Fim MANILA Aug Staff officers of Adm Lord Louis Southeast Asia Command have arrived here it was learned through authoritative sources today Their arrival presumably deals with the anticipated coming of the Japanese surrender envoys Mountbatten it is understood is not with the group NEGRO GAME TONIGHT Negro baseball returns to Caswell Park tonight The Knoxville Grays of the Negro Southern League will play the Cleveland Buckeyes of the Negro American League in an exhibition contest starting at 8:30 Thanhs Friends I'm sure not interes ted in me or my bust ness but I still want to thank all you good folks out at Oak Ridge because your efforts greatly aided In the defeat of the Japs Fact is the atomic bomb is the best insurance against any future troubles anywhere else in this world as long as wo can keep its secrets over here Good fresh-fresh-fruits are your best insurance to enjoy this peace for a long long time Our erangea are fS45 per crL with this ad and we do have bananas as well as potatoes cabbage celery carrots beets and new crop sweet potatoes Come see me at 614 Chamber-lain St Col Bowles St Louis Papers Stopped by Strike Br Toltnl Pr-wi ST LOUIS Mo Aug The one million persons of greater St Louis were without newspapers for the second straight day today as the two evening and one morning paper here suspended publication because of a strike of carriers The strike by the AFL union to enforce their demands for recognition was followed by a walkout of pressmen affiliated like the carriers with the International Pressmen's and Assistants Jnion Last night publishers of the morning Globe-Democrat and the evening Star Times and Post-Dispatch notified members of the CIO American Newspaper Guild that their services no longer were needed in the editorial rooms In telegrams to members of the Guild the publishers said that those employes who remained on the job would be paid for the balance of the week but not thereafter Adolph Rahm president of the St Louis Newspaper Guild said the guild intended to insist on full pay for the time they are "locked or severance pay in the event of dismissals A statement by Rahm read over local radio stations last night said the St Louis Guild aghast at this display of temper on the part of the publishers" BOWMAN DR 35 dentist of Kingston Pike was killed Wednesday afternoon in an automobile accident on Paper Mill Road He was a member of Gailaher Memorial Baptiat Church the Second District Tennessee and American Dental Societies Surviving: wife Mis Mildred Bowman: son Jack Edwqrd Bowman Knoxville mother Mrs Ana Bowman Maryville sisters Mrs Ramsey Miss Pearl Bowman Maryville: brother Dr Meade Bowman Knoxville Services Sunday 3:30 at Mann's Rev Frank Wood ami Rev Black officiating Active pallbearers: John Carter Clarence Harr Joe McDaniel Walter Fleenor Clark Pettit Honorary: Members of Second District Dental Society The body will remain at Mann's LAWKOV JIM 69 of Sevier County died Friday at Ft Sanders Hospital Survivors daughter Mrs Wade Tipton Maryville brothers Townsend Newton Sevterville Houk Florida sisters Mrs Rebecca Headrick Mrs Farmer Maryville Mrs Jim Webb 2 grandchildren Body is at Atchlcy's pending service MAT BONNIE 9' died at St Mary's Hospital Wednesday evening after several weeks' illness Survivors: parents Mr and Mrs John May: brother Clayton: grandparents Mrs Ella May and Mr and Mrs George Johnson all of Clinton Route 4 Funeral 2 Saturday Fanner's Grove Baptist Church Interment church cemetery Martin's Clinton In charge RENFRO MRS MARGARET 35 1 837 Edgewood Avenue died at 12:40 yesterday at Knoxville General Hospital after a short illness Survivors: husband Robert Renfro one daughter Betty Jean one son Ray father Cliff Ruckart one brother Charles Ruck-art all of Knoxville She was a member of Euclid Avenue Baptist Church and Colonial Council Daughters of America No 31 Body will be removed to the home Friday 2 Funeral service Saturday 2:30 at Euclid Avenue Baptist Church Rev Creed McCoy and Rev Parks officiating Interment In Highland Memoiial Cemetery Pallbearers: Ray Keith Henry French Charles Harless Herbert Rucks rt Alvie Ruckart and Ralph Jeagaln Weaver's in charge ROBBINS JOSEPH 95 died at his home in Louisville RL 2 Thursday at 5 Survivors: wife Mrs Cordelia Robbins: sons and Carlyle of Louisville Robbins Km-x-viile Robbins St Paul Calif 1 daughter Mrs A Branam Louisville niece Mrs Rspp Louisville Funeral at 2 Saturday Middle Settlement Methodist Churrh Rev Blennie Smith and Rev Krtrhrrside officiating Burial in churrh cemetery The body will be taken to the home at 3:30 Friday Pallbearers: Love Tom Love Clyde Callahan Will Hudgens Cox Erble Coker Honorary pallbearers: George Moore Aaron Love John Jones Lyge Headrick John Jeffries SentelL In charge RISSKIL JOHNNY 4 weeks son of Mr and Mrs Russell died at 7:30 a Friday at the family home 605 Moody Avenue Survived by parents: 1 brother Billy grandparents Russell Mrs Betsy Gillespie The father is In Navy Camp Perry Va Body will be taken to the home Saturday a Fu- neral announcement charge later in Pullman Would Sell All Its Capital Stock By (UtH Fim CHICAGO Aug 17 Pullman Inc proposed to sell to the railroads or interested groups" its entire holding of capital stock in its sleeping car operating subsidiary the Pullman Company David A Crawford president of Pullman Inc annouced the plan in the parent second quarterly report It is an alternative to the proposal of August 1944 in which Pullman Inc offered to sell the cars and other physical assets of the sleeping car business to the Service Director Barker said today The Phillips company was low -night at Caswell Park The victory left Supreme a half game behind the league-leading Frolics inn: team A full schedule of league contests is on the docket for Saturday Supreme Foods will battle Fulton AFL at Caswell Frolics Inn will engage Mascot at Mascot and Blue Circle will play State Guard at Maryville All games are booked to start at 3:30 single with one away in the seventh inning drove in winning run last night to end a beautiful duel between Bryant for Supreme and Sutton for State Guard State Guard was awarded a forfeit over Blue Circle in the -Second contest when Blue Circle failed to round up sufficient players Oak Ridge Lassie Champs Don't Have Single 3 00 Hitter SpfrW The Nm-Arallnrl OAK RIDGE Aug Carbide and team which won the title of the Oak Ridge Softball League this year and which is currently seeded in the softy tournament has the astonishing record of not one of its regular players having a 300 batting average The reason for this is that they all have over 400 with the exception of one player who batted a lowly 238 for the season The situation makes it very tough for Manager Paul Hurst who has announced that an award will be presented to the most valuable player upon completion of the tournament At the close of the season the first string players stacked up this way: Jacobs shortstop had 531 Voorhies third base 466 Randolph first base 666 Todd short field 565 Johnson pitcher 666 Morris catcher 571 Butler center field 625 Hobbs second base 500 Randolph right field 565 Yarbrough left field 666 and Wells 238 The Carbide and Carbon girls have already unleashed some of their batting power in the touma' ment having advanced to the semi-finals by defeating the Debutantes 12-2 AMATEUR CLUBS CLASH Riverdale and Three Points in dependent baseball teams will play a single game Saturday afternoon on the Three Points diamond starting at 3 HODGE use of strong laxatives regularly At times the muscles all over my body seemed sore and achy and felt so utterly worn out that Ii hardly had strength to do my chores about the house I "Retonga is the first medicine I found that gave me the relief needed from all this distress Myj appetite returned and I began to eat anything I wanted The soreness in my muscles and the sluggish elimination also were prompt-1 ly relieved I soon began to feel' splendid end today 1 am still on the go all the time I know feel better and stronger than many men much younger I never miss an opportunity to praise Retonga for it proved to me that it is a medicine of out-standing merit" Such a grateful and sincere statement from a man of Rev character and standing speaks for itself Retonga is a purely herbal stomachic medicine combined with liberal quantities of Vitamin B-l and is intended to re- lieve distress due to loss of appetite insufficient flow of vital gastric juices in the stomach Vitamin B-l deficiency and constipation' Accept no substitute Retonga may be obtained at all Cole's Drug (Adv) 1 a 1 2 3 4 8 REV HODGE STILL FEELING FINE AGAIN PRAISE RETONGA Empire Crash Due to By I nltrd fim WASHINGTON Aug Human errors in judgment were responsible for the crash of a B-25 Mitchell bomber into New Empire State Building July 28 a War Department board of investigation concluded The Army said a wrong decision by the pilot two minutes before his ship rammed into the 78th floor of the tallest skyscraper and misjudgmentfcy ground personnel at LaGuardia Field caused the spectacular tragedy which killed 13 persons and injured 20 others The medium bomber carrying a crew of three exploded when it struck the Empire State Building sending flames roaring through 10 stories of the spirelike tower and trapping hundreds of persons in flame and gas-iilled rooms 1000 feet above the streets Flew by 'Contsct The army said the pilot of the plane Lt Col William Smith Jr 27 of Watertown Mass left New Bedford Mass with clearance to fly to LaGuardia Field by This meant he could fly below the clouds and set his course by ground landmarks When he neared New York the pilot asked the LaGuardia controls tower for permission to continue under contact flight rules the investigation report said The tower notified the pilot that the weather at Newark was less than the minimum for contact flying and inquired hi intentions Lt Col Smith the pilot replied that he preferred 'o proceed to Newark and was given permission by the control tower to continue to Newark Provided he could maintain three miles forward visibility Findings Given The visibility was less than -that and the crash occurred approximately two minutes later The investigation found the n-lot erred in deciding to fly over Manhattan in the prevailing weather conditions and that he should not have been cleared to fly visually to Newark under ex' is ting weather conditions To Complete Scientific Projects Bjr I nltrd Fm WASHINGTON Aug Dr Vannevar Bush chairman of the Office of Scientific Research and Development and one of the leaders In development of the atomic bomb said today that scientific projects under way when Japan surrendered would be completed The OSRD however will be liquidated in the course of time he disclosed after a conference with President Truman The wartime agency one of the smallest was operating wnen Japan quit he said and it cannot be eliminated over night He said the OSRD has many contracts with universities and commercial f'rms and laboratories which are still in force He said much of the work now being dope woyld be completed against the time when it may be needed lor defense or peacetime use New Vets' Officers Get Building Rules Judge Bjr I all Fm NASHVILLE Aug udge Elmer Davies has ruled in Federal Court that the Cotton States Building here must be vacated for the new State Veterans Administration offices by Oct 15 it was announced today Condemnation proceedings were filed last Friday by Horace Frierson district attorney against the owners and 35 lessees of the building GRAINGER SOLDIERS BACK Dpfrlal To Tkt Kews-Meatlart i RUTLEDGE Aug 17 Pfc A Monk of Thorn Hill is back in the States and is expected to return on furlough Sgt Shield Mullins of Blaine is back from overseas for a visit Pfc- Howard Hodge of Rutledge is also back from overseas REDDIXG JOINS PRO LIONS Jack Redding who understudied Buster Stephens last season on the Tennessee football team will play with the Detroit Lions of the National Professional League this year He has left Rollins College in Florida to join the Lions at their Windsor Ont training camp COTTON CROP IS SMALLER By Awm-lalml Fm NASHVILLE Aug Tennessee's 1945 cotton crop estimated at 430000 bales promises to be the smallest in 10 years Marsh of the Tennessee Agricultural Statistical Service said today WANTED LABORERS Typists Stenographers Brick Layers Electricians Wireman Sheet Metal Workers Draftsmen Truck Drivers Nurses (Male) Mechanical Designers FOR WAR WORK Apply THE EMPLOYMENT OFFICE OF James Morris Route Athens pleaded guilty in City Court today on charges of resisting judKe rederal court in Philadel- ff5ihJhteLhinitCi-7wing I phia holding in Government anti-last night which left two city of-trust litigation that the Pullman ficers and a private citizen with group constituted a monopoly battle marks He was fined $25 Detective Sgt Carl Bunch saidini Morris was staggering around try- nil lips rlflTI UGiS ing to thumb a ride on Broadway I Cau- I and that he arrested Morris and LOIlSdOlC JCWCT JOD took him to a filling station Sgt Bunch said Marine Pvt Carl Pack tried to hold Morris so the ser The John Phillips Construction Co of Knoxville has been award- railroads for about $42000000 Both propositions stem from a 1943 decision by a special three- Vv 4 if" J- r-v 'V REV A His Food Disagreed With Him and He Hardly Had Strength To Do His Chores About the House He States Is On the Go Every Day Now Among the thousands of grateful and happy public endorsements of Retonga are scores from well-known ministers of the Gospel who found such splendid relief through this noted herbal atom' achic and Vitamin B-l medicine that they want others to know about it Among them is Rev A Hodge a Methodist minister for thirty-five years and now retired to his two hundred and fifty acre dairy farm on Route 5 Manchester Ten "About four years ago I felt like I was in a terribly rundown says Rev Hodge "For weeks st a time I had no appetite and the little I managed to eat caused severe distress from sourness and gas in my stomarh 1 felt full of toxic poisons from sluggish elimination and was forced to resort to the geant could telephone for theied build aPProxi- patrol wagon And that Pack was! lately feet of storm sewer in struck on the head with a wrench I Lonsdale ejetendmg from Massa-TAtinanan u-- r- chusetts Avenue to the railway and Policeman Hiram Graves who arrived on the scene got a bruised nose Sgt Bunch also got bruises before the prisoner was ckKHmoH ti i-Vr VT ri bidder with a price of $9548 for subdued The Marine received t- first aid at General Hospital Msgr Grady To Attend Ordination Ceremony The Right Rev Msgr Francis Grady former pastor of Immaculate Conception Church here is in Knoxville for the ordination at 10 a tomorrow of the Rev James Driscoll Lindbergh Forest and two other Tennesseans Father Grady is now pastor of Immaculate Conception Church in Memphis Fire Victim 'Serious' Mrs Nannie Besson 27 Concord badly burned on the shoulders and chest was reported still in poor condition today at General Hospital Mrs clothes caught fire when she poured kerosene on smoldering coals in a stove the job The work must be completed within 90 days NO SUCCESSOR YET Circuit Court Clerk Jessie Marie Miller had resigned today effective as of midnight yesterda but Circuit Court Judge John Kelly said he had made no appointment this -morning Judge Kelly could not be reached at press time or the appointment It is believed that Airs Pearl Andersen deputy cleric Henning Chancery deputy clerk or Rhoten Byington back tax collector will receive the appointment 556 CIIATTAKOOGAXS DIED Kprrtal Ta Thr Nrtra-Heallart CHATTANOOGA Aug 17 World War II cost Chattanooga and Hamilton County the lives of 556 men A check of the News-Free Press casualty lists today showed Other totals -were 965 wounded 103 missing and 33 still prisoners STONE WEBSTER ENGINEERING CORPORATION 931 NORTH CENTRAL AVE or UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OF THE WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION Knoxville 520 Union Ave and 931 Central Ave La Morristown Rock wood Oak Ridge Workers now employed at their highest skill in essential war work need not apply.

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