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Middlesboro Daily News (Newspaper) - December 22, 1955, Middlesboro, Kentucky WMIK 560 On Your Dial The Voice 61 the WEATHER Ill Yesterday's IZ 20 Nouti 11 VOL 45 MO 227 ASSOCIATED t TOLL MIDDLESBORO KENTUCKY THURSDAY DECEMBER 22 1955 PRICE FIVE CENTS Council Calls Meeting On Hiring Policemen And Meter Mechanic A special meeting of City Council hus heen called tonight following a petition ol eight members of the council to Mayor F R Purposes of m c c I i n R as slated on petition 1 To employ a meter mechanic for the purpose of meters which need repair 2 To employ temporarily two for the city Signing the petition Rill Hurch While U e 1 h e r I i Swindle Case Nearing Jury LONDON Ky James Charlie Charlie five men with conspiring lo swindle two Ohio may Chadwell Arnold C Rowland ay I R WINS lohn Alien Taylor Auburn Fined For Recruiting BIRMINGHAM Ala Conference sinner Hernie Moore has fined the maximum for offering playing twins apiece lo join the Plainsmen President Dr Ralph B apologised bid ly that had approached with an illegal The other also he fined lie said Alabama President Dr O C last he hail no com- ment The twins Harry and t 17 of Alii re ported Auburn assistant Hal offered them the money on Nov They nave it I their the A Z il to Auburn said my boys wanted to Auburn nl hut now they Moore die twins both ried could play football at anv SKC school Auburn boys weight pounds and Eland six feet tall Hurry is a halfback and Robert is a back said bis school legal grant-in-aid ships to these athletes which they accepted orally prior to the dead line for contracts Persons acting in interests of another institution inter- vened leading the to believe they would given furnished in excess of legal he said This situation caused Herring unwisely and in the heat of to offer the twins money Draughon said lo jury today The government was expected lo present its final witnesses this morning The defendants are on trial in Federal Court for tlic alleged swindle of Kenneth ami Robert Close Toledo businessmen Yesterday Hugh Uyril contradicted testimony of uty Sheriff Hurley I hat Robert Close told him he came here July day of the alleged swindle lo buy the Laurel Lodge Motel Hut Hyrd told jury that ley once told him he wasn't sure whether it was one of the Closes or Simpson Bryan Cross Jackson Miss who told about buying the motel Cross is defendant along with Joe Buchanan also of Jacks on George Hulchinson Louisville and Charles Paul Rothschild 111 Close has testified thai he and his brother came lo don lo exchange in cash for in thousand-dollar bills Instead the Closes said received cut lo son of Coach and Mrs received die lit It of Besl nl the the team of the Allen Academy Hi y fin recently Only a al the college John Allen bus string end all year He is a of the ehiss In his he ck l ho Yollow and currency in the transaction State lo Fire 275 Employees Ky HI About state employes arc being fired of or Jnn 31 Personnel C h n r 1 e s snid the ber included by all He most of them would not be He added Hint he could not say how many minate employment on Dec 31 or how many on the later dale He declined to estimate which ment was firing the most said they were being fired in line wilh Gov A H Chandler's recent statement thai or disloyal worker would be fired Blackburn said the dismissal no lices for the approximately 275 employes had gone out cr were being prepared Opinion Split On New School Ky van ance of opinion was evident as lo whether n schoo should be established at the Uni of Kentucky Of seven leading Kentucky doc tors polled four opposed the proposal and three favored il Clov A B Chandler in Tuesday indicated he would asl the Legislature for funds to star planning tor a UK medical schoo at the earliest moment He addressed Kentucky Mecl ical Foundation a private grou formed lo set up and support a school Five of the doctors polled former presidents of the Stale Medical Assn They split in favor of the UK school In favor were Dr K M Hou ard of Harlan Dr Clark Baile of Harlan and a doctor rte to he named Opposed t idea were Dr Clyde Spark of Ashland and Dr J Duffy Han cock of The current KSMA Dr Gaither of said tie favored the UK school hi thai it should Opposed to the school was D C C Howard of Glasgow forme KSMA council president and friend of the governor Family Night Planned Hie Kirst Baptist Church of Pii ville Kentucky will obser Family Day December 25 195 There will not be any Sunda School at the regular hour Tl family worship hour will begin n Tn Water Rate Hearing Set Thr Service Commission nl Ins sel a on proposed increase a rales in Pineville January 10 Water Compary has asked the for an increase in I h e i v rate from In S rrr month plan worth of im- cily The recently granted the water company an increase in minimum rales ol per hut water company officials erl this down nnd asked for a in an effort lo I ha minimum raised to DEATHS Willie Gibbons Cubage Mrs Celia Goley venec He is di liday here his ee Con nly Wins Honor CM til axing year tif em- insis on grassland farming ii circles is Hitting of six counties as top in le pasture contest Chosen on a district basis as announced by John F associate agronomist al southeastern county a Gloucester snn east central Amelia wesl Henry and southwest dis- riet Knch county will receive a pcr rophy presented hy the Plant which eon test with Ihc PI agronomy department and tate pasture improvement com- Second and third place counties n various districts Isle of Wight and nort boas torn Richmond and northern nnd lince William east central and and nnd southwestern nnd an Points in scoring the include and planning of county pasture urams educational activities sucl iis demonstrations lours and ings and publicity on the pasture program Farm Receipts Off in State WASHINGTON Dio tirsi 10 of Ills Ilio income of Kentucky 000 from their 11 tho corresponding period of 1051 For tlie period farmers shared 5329 fron farm marketings Ihc lion coming from livestock livestock products In- from crops 000.000 Tho sni livestock nnd crop figures Tel below those of Ihc snme in when receipts were ami The department also reported figures for average Trucker Says His Fault Ind UPl A grand jury met Unlay lo consider sible charges against a tiuck er blamed for the head-on crash which seriously injured Stevenson's youngest son and killed Iwo other youths The mirk drive Kred ill of was out charge pending County grand jury arlion Indiana state him as saying il my Stevenson candidate fur and JIM avowed candidate for his party's nomination next year laved in overnight lo be near his son The Democratic lender flew In plane aller he crash near lie two ill of his son issued a hea 11 broken over Hie ol two oilier Young who was a I il crashed was lo today lo Passavant Hospital in Chicago sa d surgeons will on Harvard in- week Mo also a fractured jaw cuts and Hie five nf his upper teeth Bui tors said ho probably nol he per man en ly handicapped The youths killed in HIP were both socially el males of the younger Stevenson al 1 v They William S III of Suh urban Lake Fores I IN Mam C Royden Jr 19 Chicago A Harvard student Gilligan ID Nebraska Cily Neb was riding in back ami suffered apparently minor injuries nn attending doctor said lie was a worried about tlie because he of a nock pain The four collegians had set out roin Tuesday to drive une for the They kepi all night taking turns nl heel and Ihc younger driving when the car inlo n mass wisled metal on U.S 20 10 miles northeast of Stevenson's car was going up n railroad just as flill ng up the side of Ihc over- lass swung his ruck inlo on- coming lane of traffic Gill was attempting lo pass second truck which churning ang nl 20 miles per hour bo- use of bat I cry rouble The wo were almost side by side when they met oncoming car a I the lop the overpass Stevenson tried find a between two trucks Bui there wasn't room His car the side oT slow-moving ruck ami bounced head-on inlo the Gill which was Irn veiling at a trout 50 fur is C of a outfit Is a Mirl Sanci In needy Cor his jolt r weapons repair unit him natural epair all toy pistols 11111111 mid ray toys liy nf Ilir unit who tuin into a for who Lausche To Enter Senate Race Bender hopes of of hat offset a recent Jolt WASHINGTON UIP were jolted by news from from Nevada The bad news for cinne In night's an- ibai Clew 1 of Ohio will run u-M year Semile now held by Sen Ei Bender larty Christmas Gift For President and Mrs Hit gift they most I Irr Jenn 1 lower at -I p.m Iho At my's Waller Heed Worker Purchasing Power New Peak in November living plus purchasing WASHINGTON 11 slahl pay Ihr to a in This was liy Iho nf II said lhal and rosu H of a Tfic fa c lory after climbed approximately Ml rents week to mi wilh three ami n worker wilh no This in e a n s said thai the power of the worker with Hirer cnls cent in die 12 months ended November pny of worker Ilian it was a year This was die in years The said Ihc in 1955 that in gross income for individual farms State GOP Dinner To Hear Ky Hi 100 lo frX ove to a Jute lo dinner here Jan 20 Gov of Maryland will speak The dinner one of ninny in Ihc nation The governor is a friend of Die President and made the nominating lor at 1952 GOP tional Convention llic.Republican Stale Control Com unit Ice yesterday put off until the GOP stale convention was tine n a v c r n u lo a increase n u e pay ami K nf the woik week It said pay longer of work pay increased rales Aryness Joy of ed the year's in purchasing enormous She said November marked third month in whirl pay bad anr Sales End for Year hurley sales b prices for the day Seven of Ihr markets figures from a few lo l wo dollars n Jielow lay's figures showed markets at an average ol hundred eted sales by I Clarksville in was The not i in income o a in Kentucky Early Services vices Iw held at Ilic Whiles Memorial A M B Zion Church on December from In p m The program will lw From the and the added Ibis wilh a stable of Cily ing means thai workers have moie to for other Mm L ii a n and N axes I She nl a news con- the of living j Ircen lo stable Tor three longest other than the j of since The index which is way of uring Hie cosl of living was 1 in November with oF This was o of n per cenl higher lhan a ago antl luce H-nihs of a cent lower the October peak The slight from Octo- lo said due to for care a declino in TJie pi for Ihc month was since Factor to I fin drop IT pi was a de- cline of nearly X cenl for Automobile prices were tip pel cent i over to The of used eats nnd gasoline at veil and two M Her i nol her Mrs die daughler aw is doing very White House said And I flighted lumpy like nny lames C Mary leati Is the Ikird En Lighter The other lire Anne i nnd an :i He has one grandson vid 7 The Pros drill was in his when his MHI John an telephoned him the news from the r laler he and Mrs I he lo nlr their look at the new grandchild AMer n visit Mrs emerged and told M s child's name Asked nf baby's eyes Mrs snld I don't know but her hair The snld nothing grinned ns he his buck lo The were by Mrs Mrs John S Doud who had in from only n Mrs was nl lo meet her WHK Mr I ind snld ho hoped the baby would arrive in time lo he n Chris tin us present The baby's father had wanted n in Hut he said recently lhat if ic new a was n be they would her Jeat missed joining n oF persons in the While itself by Hie Mansion nnd Army Ibe only of n President tuaHy in While was during ver I Hi IIIL fif i view 1 as a maverick he been vote Keller in Ohio In many years I le easily won i lo Iho in while dent the by Slender won bis seal by a of votes In In final I wo years nf of the late Sen A pile in con- tif Senate by narrow of lo of pai COP can surti in Mosl 1 Sibils year jire In safe Thr moi e al slake in ed the 1 The suffered a lar blow when Si-n Alan Fie would not seek lies I I Ir a in a slale COP in I fie Inst I tender rescinded lo an non nee men l hy his for Hie ad- I le MI it I he in every Ohio lo relMin er and Ins Ifie Senate which may lie to the cess of America in the years redly before us I Inferring I tion as 11 n I lender said is no seal in Ihc middle of Jn the are either a or a Kail nnd j parity I High WEATHER and cool lodny Mostly fair d and Outlook cloudy and slightly warmer today Inw tonight Kriday -IS Yule Awards Listed The oT annual inas by Ihc Paj k Garden were judged lust Mrs Waller It Hoe Jr and Coca Cola Ned G Hurry Jr blue Airs C Phillips red Mrs while Mrs S m i I b Jr Mrs Jack white n-d Mrs Hoe Jr Mrs C blue MLS I toward and N Smilli blue Junior Johnny b 1 u and blno of corn mil Ice sistini Mrs Mrs C Cobb Mrs Joe Phillips and Mrs Maurice Henry Can't Buy Her A Mink Cheer Up and Buy Ear Muffs public tend is invited to at- transportation will be IN play Come Let Us Adore Him will presented tonight and Saturday at at the Street Church of God In the cast shown above are left to right front Josephine Collins Dowell Freddie Collins Carpenter Paul Carpenter Lasley Shirley Hodge and Sue Davis back row Morris John Sarah Duncan Ruby Frankic Duncan lian England Rufus Barnes Ben Taylor Roy Collins Jake Harvey and The Cumberland Valley Singers will also appear on the program Will Spend Christmas at Home Ihc viving Dionne will spend at their ents Ca Harder On I homo A Fit Notre name do Hospital said Marie and Annette who wore wry vrey and will be lo yo home for Ihc holiday The added lhal their sisters Cecile and Yvonne student al the pital can cither the mas or Now Year's holiday and YORK Ynur Hio wave nlv-ii: a mink ii anc s i buy one? present some They show a man is nf his even short of cash There are mink ear muffs for They only and a to ihr old One sells for ear slill is n 11 in two parts for the for the lops socks are this year ran buy s trini and mink pom are a different styles of new for street wear The most are inade in we of shoes They in or calf and in pt ice lo A while sealskin parka is nice for snowy weal her II won't lake Ihc place of a rnink roat bid it lots of attention on ski slope around worth ol expected to choose the earlier attention as a matter of fact city called the fanny a of pants sequin design MM one They can under full but drafty evening dresses a parly I hen checked the wrap cold hands there are with rabbit ears aad blass eyes This isn't kid sluff Lilly Dache sells to hoods arc popular with working girls here these cold days They are jersey hoods fil snugly over the head and extend far enough to tuck inside a coat collar have spoiled on Avenue recently wearing their decorative nnd ha is lop of jersey Cold weather caps featured hy Jay are knir and suede caps dial fil like ha by Then there arc knee-high slipper socks fake fur sweaters lined leather coals blanket wool from duffle coats and wear latter is crocheted cot ion and wool for wanning up in the latest style As a last winter luxury nole con- sider pink capeskin gloves wilh cashmere lining They give a that pampered Officer Pk The grandson of a woman is creating a stii in his horn el awn of ginia he is a man Tovs season IJ r is W of Mrs Ora of iOO nue here Hyi d a on force gram lie said after seeing many in needy ci u in- stances while pa I rolling his beat in Ho foys new and old and fixes for Chris I mas I hen the Pulaski Army to smc his liM dors not wilh theirs I fe will deliver toys lo READ THE ADS The a look same as mink FORGET ANYONE Middlesboro Stores To Stay Open Until 8 Tonight
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