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   Middlesboro Daily News (Newspaper) - August 15, 1930, Middlesboro, Kentucky                             Use The Daily News to Tell Your Message to the People of the Cumber-lands. VOL. XV. NO. 39; PUliUSHKU JSVKKV AFl'JiKNOON" EXCEPT SUNDAY The Only Daily Paper Devoted Exclusively to the Interests of the Cumberland Empire. MIDDLESBORO. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. AUCJUST COUNTY AGENT IS HIRED FOR BELL COUNTY _cmzENsjmva co, INC. R. V. Trosper of Breathitt Expected Here Sept. 1. CONFERENCE ON DROUGHT KtLIEF OPENS FIVE CENTS Confesses He's.; Mine Bomber Pub i c Works in Stricken Sections Will Be Rushed. gov- The services of Raleigh V. Tros- per, wlio was formerly farm agent oj Ureuthitl county, have been se- cured for ,he same office for Bell discussions with county, it was announced at the Prcsldcnt Hoover, Secretary of Washington, ernors here for the diought Ton- j meetin'g of the Fiscal Colfrl held AgaJculturc Hyde and ofti' j Thursday toiilly measures to i carry out the relief program. An appropriation of a year i whjle w.ls nfl c. was made by me court to pay Llie! dsm among thc gnvel.nol.s county s share of lite salary. Ha i f Ihe expense of the farm agent that rederal funds by the state and the Uni- not m.ovided bv tb, plOBmm i w versity of Kentucky, and half by .which places responsibility largely Ihe county. It is necessary under Up0n the state, this program that the agent be an j I experienced'man, approved by thc! of Indiana, slate agency and 'fhc Department ol Missouri, and Coopu of Agriculliu-e. Mr. Trosper'lias! oj! Ohio conferreu with Hyde and I received his master's degree Paul Mo.gomcry, M, Hcensed air- public Roads, about proposed i Murphysboro, 111., DuOLITTLE SES.GOL SffSBURG U. S. BE1 Famous Pilot Com- e t e s Extensive sive European Tour of Inspection. I'S ESTAT World War Vet Wins Governorship Kacp Quarter of Million JM Believed Left by -Jack Zuta. St. Louis, military air reputed million force; of tin; Tinted Stales is Xnla, slain Chi-1 i hy those of Kurnp.an coun-i'aK" is locuted, most Junes II. Iiooliltlo, former- of will Ku to II; (lins- I.v a licnt mint ill f. S- Air -u; "r Kentucky, h's Corps, said here after col'-s'i'. from a survey of Htiropc. Jack Kul.-'iis, chief inves'.igator for the public administralor of clicvcs that somewh re 1 be found to show that n; estate ,-lose lo Slale University. To Arrive in September A special trip was made by Wal- building projecls to relieve Ih, un- "jat he was Ihe airman "Although we are considerably behind in military flying, our com- mercial aviation is a par with that of the Doolittle j hi; would clr.cli on n] lionliUie, after a three months i from the citizens j Frank llamfcc, Si.-yriii--old World aviation survey of Knrope, blames I Trust Company of .Mid ileshor of military supremacy to .iibandomn nl of air racing. "The anny stopped building rac- ier, and since then SUBMARINE SERVICED FOR POLAR VOYAGE Sir Hubert Wilkins Will Attempt to Navigate Below Ice Cap. ter B. Smith, county attorney, to j lost their crops. Lexington tin's summer to inves-i employment among farmers who mincs "t Ivy., last Monday. He states thai j he was forced to do this by Iwo Hyde said after the .Sjieed of onr pursuit ships. fastest planes we have lo- a eomiMcnce one of whom flew with are Ihe old ones which were lignle the rccommendalions of r various candidates for the constniclcd lion, and Mr. Trosper was one h of roa Iwo in ihe state wh0 satisfied flmnv the West Town Hank, informing; nomination for tin thc latter that ol Middleshoro, Xuta's cousin, hai been named executor of tin a story Daily News said. The. Chicago r. search for papers and ac- counts. to the Chicago Tri- Ginsbnrj. by a majority Sfi.OOO over Ihe fo'rmei Clyde Reed. llaurke i.- and was prominent circles white a .student University. de- murely beside Dewey's historic flagship (Jlympia in the hack chan- nel of tin; Navy Yard here is a liltli! red submarine t.hut may be- come one of llie most historic crafts in the world within the next two years. Tin; submarine is the (1-12, which Boon will IIP converted into the Nautilus, after Jules Verne's brain- child. Capuin Sir George Hubert Wil- kins, inlnrnaliraially famous Aus- tralian Arctic explorer, is having the little submarine remodeled with t-'-ic idea of making the dream of sea-faring men for centuries PINEVILLEIS AROUSED OVER Mass Meeting Galled to Put Down Law- lessness. A mass meeting jn Pineville this afternoon at three o'clock plans to lii-ing to an end the lav- essncss which was climaxed Wed- nesday night in the killing of Hiram Fee, former councilman and advocate of law enforcement. Petitions signed by prominent citi- zens were circulated yesterday calling on all citizens to organize to combat the lawlessness which been rampant. Bullets of two different calibers were found in Fee's body, sub- slanliating the claims of witnesses that someone else besides Jim Frank' Lester, also fired on the oil man. Almos Smith is -believed to have done this. trouble had slarled when UK; FIKKWOKKS DISPLAY" PLANNED NI3XT KKIDAY NIGHT come true. He plans to cruise in I sought Losltr for an insult the Nautilus from thc eastern tojeart.or in the night, as Lesten ihad i Ihe western hemisphere, under the threatened Joe, Manning, .bus com- requirements. Hc will arrive here] on Sept. i to take up the duties cf- his position. Has Made Splendid Record Mr. Trosper comes to Bell j county from the same office in: Hrealhill cou.nly, where he was re-f 'sponsible for Hie betterment of the! condition of the farmers in many respects. He introduced to the tin. jiconneclion with the case. Five j Italians and other countries hive'bunn, "''I'icst s'.nl bombs were dropped, two, of them-continued air racing activities for Hula's personal j'.............................................................. 'uds, but no one was injured. Tlieilh-.' lesson they learned :has en-1 waa refused. i Something "iiliri'ly different in I explositicins took place near Ihe j entrance to Hie mines, where a: .i'strike has heen in progress for: FIRST AID MEET! IHARLAN TO HOLD them to surpass he said. tlu> Tribune said, that j entertainment is being planned by polar ice Hundreds of daring seamen of different nations have for centuries attempted to force the Moil Invest Passage. All have failed. Mo-l of them lost their lives, nnd lit- ne of the lOuiopean lighting planes can outfl.v lhe. best we've by !in miles inn hour." jlv. could have Huta'< the local l-Vllows Lodge'who i "r -'iaTC notably including some jewelry, if J have contract, d with the Acme to matchwood by the -and when he pioduced a will' au- j Firo Works Corporation lo pros- Al'dic ice-floes while atlempting V, ,11 Be Held bnlurday. "in ,-oninicn-i-il flvint STRANGE COUHT i not a n PROCEEDINGS AT 'tween here and abroad. FOLSOM PRISON' him. to act as but not before. executor j ent on Friday night August at ;the Ka.st ICnd r.all I'ark what thev the jiassage, pany detective. Fee interfered and Lester slapped him- Fee was reluming from his home wilh a pistol, and was stopped by two his friends when the two men filed on him. Criticism of tihc officers for lheir failure to lake Lesler was voiced openly on lhe slreels, and there was talk of mob violnce in Xula's to be one of most pre- cl .Many tentious and eliboralo fire wor Kir George, who was lhe first cvcnt that Lesler returned lo fly from one hemisphere lo lhe i oilier via llio North Pole, already Funeral services were held for Fee this morning at Ha was a highly respected church lias begun the preliminary work of displays ever shown in Middk'sboro membti   when liillings's pai'.ion re- hcrs of the clnlT won the stale, Georgelown Park with music by !view because in reality a "re-trial" with lheir fruit. I thc, Beiiham Hand. The First Aid i Hillings and Thomas J. Their apples brought from five to! conlcsts will begin at 1 o'clock H'5 two men covi.ted of ten limes- as much per bushel as with prcsenlation of thc prizes itho homljing murder. r -i ,i i- i 11 the event wdll nol onlv reac( "CIly favorably in a financial way lo i with Parly Is Planned in Middlasboro. apples grown there before Mr. by 75. Clayton, secretary of lhe! dramatically told the Trosper taught the proper methods! Harlan Counly Co'al Operators' As- hc- was !l of spraying. Mr. Trosper was also The mine rescue contest' "e of dynamite prominent in the campaign which win Saturday morning at in was waged against tuberculosis in i wilh a preliminary', jiossesscd burglar tools and rescue contest on Friday afternoon but insisled he lhe pa ly milen of airways and vis- iled 21 The survey w-.is sponsored by Hi-.. Curliss interested in an effort lo develop marUels for American mannfacltired jjlancs. Since leaving lhe C. S. Air .Forces Dooliltle IINS been con- iiiecled with th- aviation depart- ment of a large oil company. "COMMUNIST CAMP GIVEN "i -t >ji j 111 11 I J ,i_y LIJ r, i thorn but will also reflect favor- project A ,wj ably on their Lodge. K Invcnlurj Ash n, d nnd manufacturer of In case of inclement weather on i and deep-sea diving devices I Friday the display will he himself is anxious tu make llu-i W I post-pom d and shown on the fol-1 cruise but bis advanced r t0 I roops Will Nol IVrmil Destrnc-! lowing niL'ht. Ticl.cfs lire now on j (ion of Children's Camp. cattle. At the same meeting of lhe f is- j nulhing do with cal court yesterday, a1 mo-lion was1 -bombing uiiliage. carried that the County Health i J- F. Davis, district engineer of, "1 know it was not. creditable, Unil be paid ?1000 per quarter by j "1C Bur0iiu of Mines, Norton, Va., "Hillings "but in IIIKI my at- the clerk. w'" the chief judge of the mine tilndt- wt? to earn a living in the An appropriation of not more j rescue contest, while chief judges easiest way." than SMOO was allowed out of the i of tho first mect wi" C- A-' hcld UP wc" road furd from truck licenses fori Herbert, supervising engineer U. S. searching examination. ENDURANCE PLANE HUMS each district in the county, lo be liureau of Mines, Vincennes, Iiui.: spent by the magistrate on the im- j AIcx U' Millur' engineer U. R. rkTIAJIC'V Kflff provement rf dirt roads. [.Bureau of Mines, Vincennes, Ind.: 10 "JiUrtLir I A delegation of citizens asked I J' viw President .and general, that assistance be given by the Safcti' Appliance-si county in' cleaning out Yellow1''0'' Pittsburgh, Pa., and Mr. Da-; Creel; below the city limits of Mid-! vins- ,11. to lie (.iven by Monlgom- iclion illesboro ,n order !0 relieve dam- j sale and the vannus cornmillees ill charge of th" event are busily; lolmini, X. Y., The crowd j --ale of j that threatened t.i destroy and are worliiiiL' on numer- cninmunist childieu's camp near j OMS other ideas to assist in mak- ihcre was disbursed by state the display a success from: or.s today and was reslored afler a nighl. Three Iroopers were on guard ;it lhe camp al Van ICtten, where To SI. Louis l-'licrs Still Circle Mono- [children are spending a vacation fononsly Over Flyi-ng Fiefcl. jthat is scheduled to end tomorrow _______ Last night a mob of men and Lambert. St. Louis Field, Mo.. days short of a month in the air, the endurance monoplane because two "The llrr-iter St. Louis" circled m had refused to accept Anri'i- can flags had idwill motorcade' from Hot Springs, N. C.. In case of indemenl wealher on i and deep-sea .living device, i h jiiddlesboro is in Southeastern Kentucky on August 21 and 22. plan of the motorcade al him. His partner, Moan Danenhower, however will I present is to stop in Middlesbc-ro be master of Hie Nautilus when she dives off the Polar ice- cap and slides beneath it. The Nautilus will be filled with a loboggaii-likc snper-strucluro j which will enable it to slide along beneath the u'jdor side of the ice I cap under its own power. Pneu- ur AO mice un i 'nialic llrills'wllich wi" llllAK KUiJiJ HlLLi i" the head of a telescoping con- lower wil) be capable of pene- boys, of tln-m carrying toich- -Special Tr.lin to Take Class Mc.m-j 13 feel of ice, Sir George Ihrrati.ning violance f hers Koovville Sn-iday. j explained. Kxplosives also will be BARACAS WILL ages of floods, but no definite tion was taken. Men and M'simcn to Convpete for ven hi cry Ward. MANY CHILDREN HAVE REEN TAUGHT SWIMMING AT PARK The general supervisor of ment will be John F. Daniel, of Ih" Kentucky Slate Department of! The Miniature iloll Tonrnamnt Mines, Lexington, Ky. !conducted on the 'Tom Thumb anrl sponso: ed by tlu1 monotonously overhead loday as now hours wele added to the re- fueling endurance record of dale Jackson and Forest n'Brinc. The f the fliers that th to MLST.AKKN TIIIKI- Cleveland Tenn. would remain aloft lonii hours be- is dead of gunshot cause accepted us the real belief because he was misla A total of thirly-lliroo. tc.-im.-; will compete, for a number of valu- able prizes 1.0 go to the winners of various events. of the tw-o evp-rienced ilviator- rather than a wild hope. Tho oranire and yellow monn- Montgomery Ward Co. will stirl plane was -Is hours past the Hunt this afternoon at five o'clock, and er brothers' record at a. m. Mrs. Campb-11, the life ____________________ and swimming insti.iictor at Bartlctt Park, goes this week 'RAIN CONTINUES to confer with the State Red Cross worker and to do some further work in life saving under his direction. finals will pla.v, the men's an i women 'mcnt at p in. The list of those qualifying for ithe women is not yel but u both C'ST and al a. m. had b, loin-na- in continuous flight hour.-. in bis uv.-n eornfiel father-in-law, Tom Stoneciphcr, went into cornfield last nig.'it for watch for thieve-'. They ln-came -eparated. Later they met. end Sionociphor though! Clark was a.n armed thief and fii.-d, Stonccipher told officers. carried along for the purpose of A of tin- class leaders j breaking (be ice at intervals he and any wlio are interested said during his recent visit here. twill be held In tin- Iliraca Class; "But we may not Jiavr jof the DaptU Church to- i device night on the street corti'-r ill front he said. of Store. The pur- nds final plans for the n for whil'' to ,r T. Mill in In tu ihn A, r. SUiRVIVOR OF COVERED WAGON PARTY IN SOME YEARS AGO IN MIDDLESBORO AGAIN Mrs. Campbell has saved two women and one hoy in Ihe two f'c-asons she has been at the Park, Drought Appears lo He Broken .'Many Slates TiKlay. and earned the right to bracket of to- past piiy in day. i The following is a list of the en- Chicago, M'l'i Hnin fell-tries in the Men's division of and has taught forty five childien throughout the east and in SC'it- tourney: Alva Campbell, Howard to swim. She has tlrs season altered sections of the w -st mid- C-.unph' H, ''olson, ago a' in life savin- who hope t" west and south to.'lay, breaking in-' Vnuvibn, Raymond liurke, IV-rc-y ten creaked th.-i, way pass the Senior cross Wfc Ito thn Inst stronghold of the I'.atrs, J. r. Cham- wagons through the i Saving lest before the season ir. drought of lir.it) -hers, J. I.. Hob Coyie. lir. Cap, down the I rea, h-.ion- II ...i Mrs. Campbell completed the In Alford, Albert most of the slates east of shilffl. standard instructor's course last j Ohio rain Ml steadily but light- 'Summer, and has had unusual 1'y throughout last night, an-1 con- snecess in .hftr work since then. ;tinned today- N'oith eonlnil slates L A R G K S T A I) TODAY CIHSONS. JKWKI.KR On Page (1 j where the worsl of the dionghlh !was broken several days ago, r- jeeivcd no further icl'cf. The west jronsl conlinuiN'l dry. Korky MDIIII- home in Texas, survivor of ten ill'sbnio to make the s twft and nii'lils ii the hast l-.nd n itcorc of IH lo S. Hat- KKIJN LAKI-; WINS '''''rn Mrs. Surah DeBusli, of litouiuvooci, Texas, ViMN This Sec- tion Affi-i- IliiviiiK' l.oi't Ili-i-c in a Covered Parly Sixty-one Years Ago. -si.vs This Counti'v I nnKs ".Minlil'v Like a Yel." nji .hftr home in own Conn- I ,ly. near Itrownv no I, They i started with rcacb- Tcxus with little horo. jtiiv ceixU, their possession.' v. V n Ihcv stopped, tired ai.d iy make lheir home prairie. A ynar.s ago Kli.jab neiiuM, tnp in the rlehost man in Urown County, lhe binary I having accnm'ilated among other land. llr-n Cooilin, Trail (o the feny at HO..I and pushed on in irav.- long weeks 11 journey t., i'if A. vocation every y ar ililh of and a -landing em-aici1- in one of 1 h- gre.-t "Photographs tak-cn by Admiral Richard K. Hyrd and by the Amundsen ex- pediiion indicate that t'le icn is nol a solUI one. Cracks in lhe i'ce and patch-: s of waler arc; shown. ''.Surface ships could not male- it, however, and l am cc-nfiden; that t.'ie is the best pos- 'e cr.-ift lo use.'' Sir ficnrgo said that prelimiinry lest-- of Nautilus will held "If till' Maine coast next Hy summer ihe expedition will r-ady for the trip from uren lo free water in the IJeriiM! Sea, near Cape Lisbon on the Si- berian side. The (-'.'po-.U lhe irn lo im; a long slop al Pole for scientific observations. A1- t.'ie cruise will be oiiiely miles, tin- ,.r flii'lit with ihe c elson from Point HJ'.ITIHV i" SpityJ.erH'en, lhe will be fur-l-d for for a Kjay v. ill he carried, on the night of the twenty-first Thc parly is to travel in a bur with private cars following, and has invited a1 Middlesboro delega- tion to accompany them on from here lo Corbin, which is the fur- Iberesl point of their journey. The purpose of the tour is to aid thc towns in North Carolina and Eastern Tennessee in the tourist traffic, which they hope Southeastern Kentucky towns will rou I e their way. Plans are being made by the cal Chamber of Commerce to re- i ceive the delegation and to accom- pany them along their trip north. FLAPPED Arctic RKCALL DARK DAY One reason there are ,so many Marlinsville, ]ml. mnrders in this country is that it's hung. roust conlimiixl dry. Korky Monn- iii-y n m'ort. ol in in x. ii.-.i-1 Selilcd T 1-1 'iw i s ,n tain slntfs in most of there i tcrics were: Tenl. and I'ridemore Tl A "conrred sixtv- (usually tho jn has been no drousht, bad -light' D'e Tigfrs, ThncV-r and West sh e n uri, d -ind Iffi L in "rtli "f "f yenrs is recalled by Il.j rnin., in the -onth j I'Vru Lake.' thacher L 1 te (M I V" 11rown'. A "y were fiftocn hatters, ''filmmi hi an ,h, i r inil-- to fl th" thl> ''-'lipso of the sun turned day into ]'mlay, not m, Himim Mall, thru 10, (Cnnliiniwl on dn-ss- night for mimilra penitnre, A con-iil rahlel d nlcsl, ihy whicb oconrn-d sixtv- (usually tin- jury (hut r.arnc; idy lonight and Sal- much change In torn   

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