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Middlesboro Daily News (Newspaper) - October 14, 1955, Middlesboro, Kentucky WMIK 560 On Your The Voice ol the The Home Daily of the MIDDLESBORO WEATHER 01 01 31 GO VOL 45 NO 169 FULL MIDDLESBORO KENTUCKY FRIDAY OCTOBER 14 1955 NKA PRICE FIVE CENTS Eastland and Jenner Hint Impeachment In Case irate pressed today toward judges jury WASHINGTON Tw sible impeachment of dropping J 0 Sen William I hinted ai when they I hey would urge Senate internal security lo send the of iis two-day hearings on to Iho House ciary Vogel Jury fs Hung Ky ftf A Circuit Court jury was un- able to agree today on a verdict in the Irial of John Vogel of raping a go ward of bis mountain children's home The jury was dismissed and a second Irial docketed for Jan 10 Judge K S Alcom lulled the jurors and each said he felt the ease was dead locked The Circuit Court jury overnight after Hie cnse for minutes The who de- nied tbe charge from the si and is accused of raping Kuby Powell now 10 over a four-year period while Under the Constitution h c institutes pro against juries If OK House voles for tin is I lied by lie Semite silting as a court Hep chairman of the House commit receiving lie transcript said lie would no hesitate to recommend impeach menl proceedings iJ decides tin matter rises to Ihc import it uf impeachment and Jenner also pron j ised severe punishment for ture invasions of a jury's secrecy by eavesdropping or recording They said I hey would introduce legislation to ban next year Witnesses testified at the al security subcommittee hearing that Chief Phillips l 10th U.S Circuit Court of peals and District Dili a of she was a ward of research team studying the Galilean Children's Homo under a f i lion to plant hidden director of Ihc home phones in indicted for last April and j mom The in June The second deliberations of six cases was set for the term of j May Arthur Wins First Prize Arthur in Powell ley took first place honors in the Community Contest onlay for he third time in three The will now Tennessee ily Contest on Tuesday 25 Chapel Judges their lour of Iho County communities yesterday morning lour wore llamblin County essee The tour took the judges to th new home of Mr nnd Mrs John Patterson to n prize alfalfa field of Hill and Ted 10 the farm of James to view crossbred to the Hr Arch to see nn alfalfa field and a new to home nf Mr nnd Mrs Inmes lo lie picnic grounds on land owned by Mr and Mrs Hill Marsee with bv Oie Community Club to j i cattle and I farm of Marsee and So ward 11 ho home of Mrs Rowland lo view I fields o the home of Mrs Blaine to see a new home lo the home of Mr and lo view now bathroom lo Ihc ed home of Mr nnd Mrs Ihc home of Mr nnd Mrs Tom DePew to sec canned to the home of Mr Farm Lee World Waits By Statement By Margaret AT 11 speaks 11 farms dairy and fat in was first Wichita Kan jury researchers md Mis Clande in lo see L S Grid Queen To Be Picked High will crown ils Queen al u dance Friday L'S Iho traditional yame Kacb class a i the school lias its and vote have licon in ness houses throughout town tacJi vote costs one penny Candidates Rebecca Dean ol Mr and Mrs Charley Dean Ruth Ellen Isaacs of Mr and Mrs Harry Isaacs Marv Nick Asher Khler ol and Mrs E O anci Charles of Mr ami Mrs W sbe wrote Ilio letter lo another I He said was former ward Marie io to improvements in the oilier former wards system lo combat Hint Miss Powell's and loss of confidence for the truth was system and to find a hotter way of sure thai jurors understood a in- Talks Sunday 11 IE Somerset with Ibe Kentucky Department of ways will speaker U Raising Ceremonies al lie Roadside Park The In he flown al Park given by Ibe American Downy Guy M Foster Minion Commander A color from Legion Post will he ill tbe ceremonies Karl Harris will make of Ibe Flag in of Ibe Legion tho ceremonies the Post will serve refresh and Ihc ol the of tbe Park Club will serve as official Mrs Harris of the hir.bwaj of t h club which originated Ihc Park in has been in of tlv plans for the Sunday afternoon ceremony and the public is cor invited Le gon Ends AT in lion al Mis Mu sick Mrs Sara a fu who went on the County The To Offer Program The of outstanding singers of will presented in al the Walnut Hill Baptist Saturday evening al The of Knoxville promise to bring an of hymns and gospel tongs The public is cordially in- to The program is by the ate and the Youns People's Sunday School class Due Discharge ANCHORAGE Alaska Cpl G David Schinc former aide lo Sen Joseph leave tomorrow lo lo Ft Dix N J for processing of service lie lias done a job THE WEATHER to partly and con tonight and Sat Sunday partly an turning again High today low 33 high DEATHS Roy Lee Melton of New William of Kenneth Wayne of Infant Webb nf Jellico D Martin of Alaska one military sairt Route 1 UP The American wound ils convention solid to aid lo India and the Jni I ed Nn I ions LionnI and nit in favor of United Nations Isolf The concluded the ouixluy convention oil n gay parades anti As Iho only i legion nnd Is fun-loving -10 and 8 nf fill tie as n big issue However following nn opening pooch by Secretary of Slato John Coster nnd two clays of level conflict turned into a major issue The delegates resoundingly de- UNESCO as a or of literature nnd called for this country end nil ud to India charging thai material aid lo thn Com il 1st bloc while purporting to be neutral The -10 and 8 troubles wore solved before convention business sessions ever started The -10 and S put off until next year a vole on whether to withdraw from the J Wagner a old Untile Creek Mich attorney and Purple Heart veteran was elected as thn legion's new com- mander with only 35 votes cast him WASHINGTON HUM H K of the coal be I fie Operations Administration adds up to it national Stassen jind j incut of I lie program which involved an election isi1 lo liny coal to in coal-producing I I congressional sold in a Heuver ad- dress I lint ibu ly tons of at a is of dollars coal tons were lo lie al a vost said I ft1 S I :i s s c- n's tbn 1 dii of In- alion Ihc is trilled Ihr am off runic on of by Sen C1 Unit OA be 111 coat liases ic tin sis of a newspaper sin ill Mint of 1 of a Se U interior on fuels officials in ICA's Jind steel office in York fri the hv senator said Ibe nid officials i New Times account if a speech by Stassen now rnt H ounsi'lor is only an- for buying Ibe said Ibe newspaper I Die slate was granted buses ol only ions conl said slates less Hum were favored in of tons lu UTi was will many royal family and I to disclose lilted the Barnes Files Libel Suit LOUISVILLE Ky ill Barnes slate er of economic security filed n suit S slate campaign chairman The action resulted from a re- cent campaign by mil in fie charged had filched or removed names nl olll from slate j taken on a tour of the daity al owned by J K Chappell of Daily News lion of Rainfall average the ibe is -IS Middlesboro Chamber of A dollar crop toured Lee iii County tbe from county's f lies- of Commerce's Just Aiding Mother He Gets Prison Term LOUISVILLE Ky W Joseph Lee Greenwell yesterday he harl nothing lo do operating a still He just went there to gel n drink for his mother no said And while added ttic he was afler taking n couple for myself His sentence n year find n tiny in a Federal penitentiary for op- ihc still policy several Tlie tour was by agent county nnd Arnokl Johnson of the Lee ty Chamber ol Lunch for the inuring party wa- prepared by thn Home Kc ai Fin I woods High The tour began nt lliu J H Wheeler in a acre farm which cat tin and iced corn on the er 100 head The next slop was at 1 I1 farm one-half mile of n dairy which covers explained here that Iroth and Pet dairies collect milk from Lee County daily witl collecting 2800 gallons daily from he Milk Station al Third slop was at was the homo economics direction of Miss Fourth stoji at Building at slop at the O K Slick ley nnd R D Hyatt farm of at Sources o income for this resist beef cattle steers hay wheat fescue seed oats for and seed The farm has 30 cd Hereford cows I or more Inills nnd 15 Sixth stop was at the T K icr and Gibson fartti a of 170 a slop made to src iho family ply canned and Seventh stop was al the Gregory farm nt Com- acre in come is from stop was ai the Gregory farm al a 32 acre farm which Derives income from cattle anil Tho tour guides pave Iho ing interesting dala on Leo In addition to the 2800 gallons of dairy milk ejected daily horn IAC County there are tobacco nns Tho farm wilh lining KX a and onp Most of fauns inn Tension Rises WASHINGTON ed Siales Ihc that ils of prevent ing Iho Arabs up in gun will notice A frank analysis here o the Middle Fa si situation is nr the sharp csl i a area six igd Tensions have brought to new by buy arms from the Com muni sis Thai decision is said ly lo 1 Raised the thai might ronow f joining lo the jump on a n n s a i c d H i voi ci I in t f i IK fill u re 2 All bul ihr a for peace in Tl effort was ID an lo tors nf 3 nrw U.S lo all Arab si tics in Ol trading for a did Tennessee Farmer Amputates Hand and fins hevn makini use of Hat nos jrost July 2 lo support II Chandler's successful bid for he f- r c is now in ho campaign Ii CiOl in's in Court said Iho ni I charges hinl mused Inin menial anguish diminish his and his standing In I u in m i I said just born loo icat on Mr that Is lo as economic for ad- ministration of the slate program lo fn bis suit mil's ize false and and thai it held him Names up In public scorn and reflected upon him I ft aitoi imy attorney of Kentucky from to Dean Martins Separate HOLLYWOOD Tlie Dean Marlins have announced Ibat separated Mis former of Miami Ha and rno queen has Dina and Ricci In Palm Springs Boone Days Recaptured Knox ly's 1'Vsiiwil inlo will i i In Ihc hi by will a liy nn Kulay WITO fired in llu rifle have roll- as us lla cr will Musi nf Ihc all of whn up Ihc trip from In lake parl in llu an if iHUlt whn less than years for f Ihc area KHUN Daniel is especially Hie trail Hull lie eil the from passed slic The r of claims Ilial they until and Henderson nil of par f Ihc River Hie llw men ncl mil and caps while 111 women and for of II is and man anil whellier In owns a rifle or ran one 1110 Hie I was A a Iiv In onn nf 11 she Is her absence of Hie people drew MI House is on nir the loyal family nl Ibe Hrllisli knew eidl his nnd of An crowd hy In Ihc outside cs willl Mollier ray skies at tho il wild e arel nnd Townsend n wilh foil ow i n their nn in Iwo nnd A swift lip the and no would have of anticipation Hint Ihc Fire Destroys School in Lee link being part of Highway in Laurel County Kentucky Three Wrecks Arc Reported I fem y In Ibe was by fire last inj children temporarily hamage estimated al and The was partially covered by In- S 1 imme said ibal more limn Daniel Is spent this summer in re- paved the lasl nl the school Tlie wooden frame structure four classrooms hul only three were in according lo Lloyd Smilh principal The Tire was discovered 7 pin hy wbo called SI fire department Tire had gained loo for work Cause of fire lias not been L N Would Stop Run slate railroad has under con- today ville Railroad lo two passenger Al ii hearing i for the railroad offered ex- hibits show the an- loss on Ibe rains Nos and was The trains also serve ml The city and Ihc of Trainmen the were nol sented at the The would continue operating over Ibe of their runs f Circk is luckiest man in Hell County Ibis morning according lo Slate Trooper I slill can't see how anyone could walk ii iv a y from bat Jarvis continued ing nil accident which last in near School Why car were scattered over a area Jarvis said Jefferson traveling rammed inio the rear of a trailer truck driven by 1 Reynolds of June-lion Ky Jefferson was taken lo Hospital for ol a head lie will lie charged with drunk driving said Reynolds was nol injured Jarvis also reported two other A bus driven by was in collision with a car driven by Hales of yesterday morning al on US Damage was al an hour laler n car Girl after 75 Years LOUIS will en v Theodore of week lo be ville with a truck driven family A was Wilder of Oaks Damage j lo Mr and M's 1 to two vehicles was Calion Ibe first girl in family il I in years Brothers Poisoned by Meal warehouses there plus livestock lo markets Lee covers miles acres with a Tenn A GO Uay fiom the loss of hand said he he band lict ause bis lo do the J K was forced to cul off his hand with a dull knife il in an lic coj he inlo Ibe picker clear a secli n His nas crushed Craham was working in a corn i lor al the time husa Ibe He said be ill loose UPl Two 1 brothers anil scavenging for in cans died of eating contaminated obtained in one of alley forays said Tile 7 liis broiher William Jr n died in Charily pital They were found ill in a shabby apartment bad lived in squalor wilh five sisters and heir The father tall Ihin William Haughman a from said illness had kept all I had 1 The could nol lo him It was bond and were on Ibe myself charges The said from bis Miss H cell at the New Oi Cily Jail thai he hopes lo he able lo find a new job he is freed William was firs I lo die in tbe hospital His lasl be- of the Department of Public Welfare said Mrs had questioned bin mother said hail She said Mrs gave no that her husband too ill lo work ham sandwich I'm so or their was an His broiher licit a few hours emergency The mother said she tbe children had been well cared for I gave them milk when 1 could afford il and we bad beans and rice and gravy and spaghetti and potatoes and ground meat arid she said fore dropping inlo a coma was for a later Tbe Orlenns Parish county office said deaths were under but Ihc probably died of sonic sorl of poisoning said screams ol aid be I from work He anil his wife said Airs were charged hut the man got sick of their family I had 10 go ahead and cul lo lo the delinquency save my oun Graham said riles hungry children kepi awake snap she said at The five surviving girls all They ate in garbage cans were placed in his wife said Mrs Scallan Up iMines but Mrs Baughman said cr nel and down the One day one she wanted the children returned of my children said one of ibe little so that she could rear hem as was staring inlo window I took two sweet potatoes she fit The girls range in aye Ivom 1 to 9
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