Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Middlesboro Daily News (Newspaper) - October 14, 1955, Middlesboro, Kentucky                             WMIK 560 On Your The Voice ol the Cumbcrlands The Home Daily of the CumbcrUmds MIDDLESBORO WEATHER Ycslcrdliy'H Nuon Ueiullng 01 01 31 GO VOL. 45. NO. 169. FULL ASSOC1ATKD W1B1S PHI.I, tlnlTKII 1'KKMM I.KASKII W1KK MIDDLESBORO, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1955. 4CMK TKI.Kl'llOTO NKA FKATIIKICH PRICE FIVE CENTS Eastland and Jenner Hint Impeachment In 6Eavesdron? Case avesdrop' irate pressed today toward pns- judges wlu> jury eaves- WASHINGTON (UPl- Tw sible impeachment of dropping ClMinnnn J aim's 0. Kiistlamt niul Sen. William ,1ennor IH-ltKl. I hinted ai impear [uncut when they satd I hey would urge tin1 Senate internal security sulx-ommlltee lo send the transorifjl of iis two-day hearings on jury-tapping to Iho House Judi- ciary Cuinmiltcc. 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. art-used of raping a torn-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 indivicliuilly and each said he felt the ease was bape.le.ssly dead locked. The Wbilley Circuit Court jury reoessed overnight after sludymg Hie cnse for minutes. The 'Ifi-year-old Vogcl. 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 [louse institutes inipcachniunl pro against juries. If OK House voles for tin. is I lied by (lie Semite, .silting as a court. Hep. Kmanue! Ccller (D-NY) chairman of the House commit le< receiving (lie Scnalo subi-ommillci transcript, said lie would "no hesitate to recommend impeach menl proceedings iJ lie- decides tin matter "rises to Ihc import it nc.i uf impeachment." Kaslland and Jenner also pron j ised ".severe punishment" for fu- ture invasions of a jury's secrecy by eavesdropping or recording. They said I hey would introduce legislation to ban sucli aclivity next year. Witnesses testified at the intern- al security subcommittee hearing that Chief Orrie Phillips l' Ihe 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Ap- peals and District Judjie Uelmas Dili a L'niversily of Chi- she was a ward of ihcicayo research team, studying the Galilean Children's Homo near'jurv sv.stem under a 1'ord Koiindu- f CVn-bin. i lion yranl, to plant hidden Vugcl, director of Ihc home, was- phones in indicted for rape1 last April and j mom. The in June. The second case'jury deliberations of six cases was set for the Jimuary term of j May. IJftl. Arthur Wins Cfcriborne First Prize Arthur Communily in Powell Val- ley took first place honors in the ClailKirno Cuunly Community IV- .elopinent Contest yosl onlay for he third time in three The coiunumily will now ihe Knsl Tennessee Commun- ily Contest on Tuesday. Orlnljcr 25. TlK-mpson Chapel Communily Judges IwKan their lour of Iho Clailxirne County communities [y yesterday morning --Iho lour wore fixini llamblin County, Tenn- essee. The tour took the judges to th" new home of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Patterson, to n prize alfalfa field of Hill Marscc and Ted Scward: 10 the farm of James Kctrnn to view crossbred calllc; to the hnme   11 Middlo.slxno businessnicn Innnxl Vircjnia farms -IliO-acre dairy and fat in was ilu- first Wichita, Kan., jury researchers rceoided ;md Mis. Clande in lo see L S Grid Queen To Be Picked PINEV1LLK Pincvillo High Krliool will crown ils JflM Kooiball Queen al u. dance Friday. Octolj-.'r L'S. followini! Iho traditional yame u'ilh iMitiillo.slwro. Kacb class a i the school lias nciMiiiiiitnl its cnmiidalc and vote jiira have licon distribn'cd in busi- ness houses throughout town. tacJi vote costs one penny. Candidates arjv Freshmen: Rebecca Dean, dau- ghter ol Mr. and Mrs. Charley Dean, Sojdiomores: Ruth Ellen Isaacs, dmiRhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Isaacs. Juniors: Marv Nick Asher. dau- Khler ol -Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Ashcr, anci Seniors-. Pogsy Charles, 1er of Mr. ami Mrs. W. -M. Cliarlcs. sbe wrote Ilio letter lo another I c.r. He said Ihcir purirasc was former ward, Marie Cotlrel. io to improvements in the Kiglil oilier former wards Icsti-1 jnry system, lo combat unfavora- ficd Hint Miss Powell's repnlation pnhUcily and loss of confidence for Icllinli the truth was jLn-y system, and to find a hotter way of niakiny sure thai jurors understood a judge's in- structions. Talks Sunday 11. IE. Samlusky, Somerset, with Ibe Kentucky Department of ways, will Ix: liie nucsi speaker U ll'.e Raising Ceremonies al lie Roadside Park SimUay aflcr- :oon The fliii; In he flown al Ihe Park beintf given by Ibe American Downy Guy I'ost Numlwr M. Foster Minion. Commander. A color from Ihe Legion Post will he prcsenl ill tbe ceremonies Karl Harris will make Ihe prcsen liilinn of Ibe Flag in ln'lia'.f of Ibe Legion. FollowinR tho ceremonies the I.ogion Post will serve refresh mcnts and Ihc memhers ol the bo? pitnlity comrnitlee of tbe Ciiml crland Park Cinrricn Club will serve as official lioslcsses. Mrs. Kiir Harris, clinirman of the hir.bwaj, beaulification coinmille of t h club, which originated Ihc Park in 10-18, has been in ehaiRC of tlv plans for the Sunday afternoon ceremony and the public is cor dially invited. Le gon Ends AT IIICII Kalhlcea Huri'lielt. li'fl. inslriiclor in lion Cfonoiuirs al Mijlh Si-lMxil Mis. Mimivrn Mu sick atxl Mrs. Sara MallrK'k iirfjiarcd a drlii-idus Unu-hrun fu MitlilK1: liovo visilors who went on the [ai'lil linlr  eslcrda.v. onventon The Southlandcrs To Offer Program The Smilhlantlers qiiartcl, of outstanding singers of soiics, will presented in concei't al the Walnut Hill Baptist Churcli Saturday evening al The Southlanders of Knoxville promise to bring an p.xcollent pro- gi-am of favorilc hymns and gospel tongs. The public is cordially in- vilcd to atlend. The program is l-eing sixmsored by the Intermedi- ate and the Youns People's Sunday School class. Sc'iine Due Discharge ANCHORAGE, Alaska. U'.Ri Cpl G. David Schinc. former aide lo Sen Joseph McCanhy leave hei'C tomorrow lo i-opprt lo Ft. Dix. N. J., for processing oul of Ihe service. "lie lias done a Rr.od job THE WEATHER Ocar to partly clcuily and con linncd loday. tonight and Sat urday. Sunday partly clcudy an turning ccoler again. High today G2. low toniglit 33 high Saluniay G5. DEATHS Roy Lee Melton of New Taxcwc William of Pincville. Kenneth Wayne Clinlon of Jlii dlesboro Infant Webb nf Jellico D. Martin of Pinevill Alaska." one military officinl sairt. Route 1 MFAMI (UP) The American wound uj> ils slormy 37lli nmin] convention 'Hnirsdny. solid opposcti to aid lo India and the Jni I ed Nn I ions Kduca LionnI, Sci- ntific and CulUiral nit in favor of Ihe United Nations Isolf. The concluded the ouixluy convention oil n gay noic k'ilh parades anti merry-making. As Iho convonlion nijrnerl, only i sqnahlilo behvren Ihe legion nnd Is fun-loving -10 and 8 nf fill; tie, ootned as n big issue. However, following nn opening pooch by Secretary of Slato John Coster DtilIPS. nnd two clays of higEi level conflict turned JNKSCO into a major issue. The delegates resoundingly de- lounced UNESCO as a dissontinn- or of literature" nnd called for this country end nil ud to India, charging thai Jndki material aid lo thn Com ma- 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 Irgion. J. Acldington Wagner, a 41-year- old Untile Creek. Mich., attorney and Purple Heart veteran, was elected as thn legion's new com- mander with only 35 votes cast ngainst him. WASHINGTON HUM Hep- H. iMulUihan iM-WVn) tiwl.-iy Iliinihl K. SiM.ssrn's iLiitiillnij; of the (nrrij-.u jdd coal pi'OKram wliile be lu-adctl I fie l''or- riKii Operations Administration "adds up to it national srnndat." MollobMii charjieil Stassen witfi "livisi- jind irrosiKtnslbli1 mlsmrm- j nj-.c incut" of I lie program, which. In1 srud involved an election prom-' isi1 lo liny coal to relieve- uiu'in- ploymenl in coal-producing striles. I tlu1 I congressional Moltolum sold. Stiisseti ainxmncrd in a Heuver, ad- dress I lint ibu ly 10-millLoii tons of rortl at a is) of dollars fioni Ihe ird-pi i-ssi-d coal stiitc.s. tons nclualty were lo lie al a vost SlI.'.MHI.lXm. Moltnliaii said. I ft1 s.iid S I :i s s c- n's sili'rrssor, tbn 1 lollisli-r. dii ectm1 of UK- In- ninlinnal 'tKiin-ratiDH alion succci-tii-il Ihc I-'OA, is trilled Ihr am off ilirely. cfuirKc-s runic on Ihe I'ds of iiti Mccusaiion by Sen. .io- C1. O'Mahcmey (M-Wyol Unit OA otlicials .mmit (be 111 coat pun1 liases ic tin sis of a newspaper sin ill Mint of tic-la 1 Jiullioi O'MalKiney. cluurniMii of a Se U; interior subconunltlec on fuels. '1'hursdny officials in ICA's oal Jind steel office in iS'ew York ,'fri' a.slicd iilinut the hv ulx'oniinitli'e Tfie senator said Ibe nid officials ited ;i New Times account if a speech by Stassen. now 1'tcsi- rnt l-iiscnlwiwci 'H diMiniKiincnl ounsi'lor. ;is lln- only vviiden an- for buying Ibe O'Malhiney said Ibe newspaper n-cjuiit Sljissi'ii'.s I tenver peecfi. Wc.sl Die clnrf coat- iiodut-inj: slate, was granted pur- buses ol only 'l-l-Stn> ions conl. Mollobaii said. Uul slates wbicb innuidly [iroduct- less Hum iVrsl were favored wrrhasus in i-xcess of KH1.IKH} tons, lu sniil. I.ONHON UTi I'tiiu-rss was rxpc-rl ihnl sin- will many ilruup Oipl. IVUT Ttmn; Tlu- royal family sltKxl drliln-iMli'ly and IM-I U> tuiishuHMii rhi-i-k. I itxhiy to disclose lilted the Iwllcf Barnes Files Libel Suit LOUISVILLE, Ky. ill Vi'go Barnes, lormiT slate commission- er of economic security, filed n Slfill.lMO suit yeslerday Kldon S. Durnmiil, ]ican slate campaign chairman. The action resulted from a re- cent campaign slalcment by Duin- mil in whit-h fie charged Harm's had "filched or removed" names nl olll from slate j DA1KY MEddleslKiio hiisiiirs.snieii   might ronow f joining lo the jump on KKVJH bcfni'c 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 Anierii-an cfforl d> ci'oalr a b-i: for peace in ifio AlidMir Tl effort was ID obl.ihi an Isr.u Aralj agrcnrncnl lo siirui- tors nf (lu- .lortfan Mivc-i-. 3. Pi'ornp'od nrw U.S. warnim; lo all Arab si tics nn> in Ol' trading Uussia for a F.gypt did. Tennessee Farmer Amputates Hand Jilf's and "fins hevn makini; pnHli- a] use of Hat nos ei-nnnmic ccurity jrost July '2 lo support II. Chandler's successful bid for he Oe'tTior-ralic nominal'an f- r c. is now in ho CJiandlcr campaign Ii. CiOl' nnmiiH'C (H1 Ha- in's' [K'lilion. filni in Jcrfrr- :cn Court, said Iho ni I charges hinl mused Inin menial anguish." diminish' his parninu rapacily, and irn- jn'rrtl his vncational standing. In I) u in m i I said "wo'vo .just born [miring loo icat on Mr.  iimmil. ft aitoi imy. n-as attorney KOncral of Kentucky from to Dean Martins Separate HOLLYWOOD. Tlie Dean Marlins have announced Ibat tlu-y aj-o separated. Mis. Mnriin ,lhe former .Irannr Hic'gv.ors of Miami, Ha., and rno 'ii'ie Oi'aiiL'i? queen, has raki'O ilieir childrpn. Dina. and Ricci. In Palm Springs. Boone Days Recaptured HAKHOUIlVll.l.i: Knox CIHHI- ly's immml I'niilrl liixmc 1'Vsiiwil limvi's inlo liinli rvriilni; will; Illi- Inilinn li-asl slarlini: "i (i iiVlm'k In llu1 Har- Ixmmlli- Hij'.li Si-luxil liymniistmii. Ihc wliii-ll wjll hi' nlli'ilili'il by Clirrolin' liuliiins. Ilii'vc will !M> a Hmmi'" liy nn nlMniliiui Karllcr Kulay. lirsl slmls WITO fired in llu' rifle nnilcluis whlcli have ilnuvn roll- li'Manls fi-uin as tai- iiway us Kliiri- lla. TnmcHTnw aMriniKin Ihe "Kronli- cr Piivs" will wiiul ticnviiltiwii Hailnmvvlllr. Musi nf Ihc iiu'iipli1 :iiul all of llir whn lllfiki' up Ihc trip from Nurlli fnmlina In lake parl in llu; an' ili'scciul- (if iHUlt siiles. whn less than L'IKl years foiiulil lilllcrly for "f Ihc area whii-H eliulcs KHUN Daniel Hiiouc is especially lnin- 1.....anse Hie trail Hull lie eil lntti the Kcnliirky euunlry from Vin'inia passed tin-' slic i> HiivlMiiirvilli-. The r lioimicil hecaiise of Ihelr Irllm claims Ilial they iiwncd Ihe are: until I77f) wlicn HOCIIIU- and Henderson Ixiuijhl nil of llml par   (onn nf 11 slalrnu'iii iiniKinni-ini; niorrly llial she' Is i-onouiirinK her roj'iil slinlli'd absence of roynl Hie Biiiish people drew Kuii-lnsinn rrom Town- MI Ckin-ncc! House Thur.sdiiy iluil llic is on luil nir. Vi'leran oliscrvcrs af.nteil the loyal family, e.xpeil nl cimisinK Ibe Hrllisli Icmin'r. knew 'I'own- seiul's eidl wmilil luivo (his efffcl nnd Illlls di'liheralely invilcd llic exiMTlnlion of An e.xrilcd crowd ilriiwu hy hcadlini'S In Ihc Ijindon i-s I'lnstered outside larctu-c HIHW wlleie MnrKarct cs willl (Jncen Mollier cniwd IlllcilM' ray skies at middny onlside tho il (ashloimhlc Ixiwndc.s qnaie wild e 'I'nwnscad slaycd. ;arel nnd Townsend n inoniinj; apait wilh tliclr iioiir.lils foil ow i n i: Tlinrsdiiy tlislorie llieelilie, their ir.sl nn rcconl in Iwo yeai.s nnd inonlhs. A swift killint: slnlciiiual Dllmvinn lip the and nil- Kniiuunc. Ibeic wmilil no innf- would have prevcnleil llic of anticipation Hint hrmiKli Ihc Kmpire Inday. Fire Destroys School in Lee link being part of 'i'Xt Highway in Laurel County, Kentucky. Three Wrecks Arc Reported I fem y .IONF.SVIM.lv- Monnrcb Sc.llool In Ibe llocky Sliiiinn srclion was dcslniycd by fire last Icav- inj; aiiproxlmalcly S7 children witll- niii sc-hiKil fai'ilitics temporarily. hamage estimated al tK1- and The was partially covered by In- surnni-e. Superinlcndent S. ,1. Shel- vVildcrness imme said ibal more limn SS.Oflfl Daniel Is spent this summer in re- paved, the lasl jmprovemenls nl the school. Tlie wooden, frame structure conlnined four classrooms hul only three were in according lo Lloyd Smilh, principal. The Tire was discovered alxiul 7 pin hy lh''> wbo called liie SI. Chnrles fire department bill Ihe Tire had gained loo niuc.li for cffcclivc work. Cause of llic fire lias not been dcleiminrSI. L. N. Would Stop Harlan-Lynch Run FilANKFORT. Ky- Ml-The slate railroad coininission has under con- sidcralidn today Ixiuisville Nash- ville Railroad Co.'s apjilicalLon lo two Harliin-Lynch passenger ti'aius. Al ii hearing yeslcrday. wdness- i for the railroad offered ex- hibits lliiit sought.to show the an- nual njiernliiiK loss on Ibe (rains, Nos. and 'I'l. was alwnl The trains also serve lienliam ml Cumlicvliinci. The liider city and Ihc Hmtberliood of Radroail Trainmen pro.lcsled againsl the ilisconlinunnrc. bill were nol repre- sented at the The Irains would continue operating over Ibe Harlan-Corbin sdrlc.li of their runs. Jeffcrsdii. "f Klniighl Circk is llic luckiest man in Hell County Ibis morning, according lo Slate Trooper Hulicrl "I slill can't see how anyone could walk ii iv a y from (bat Jarvis continued, reixirt- ing nil accident which hapix'iicd iilxnii last nij-.ht (in 'Xi-V. near Cliapcl School. "Why llic car pin-Is were scattered over a hundred-yard area." Jarvis said Jefferson, traveling norlli. rammed inio the rear of a trailer truck driven by .1. Reynolds of June-lion C'ily. Ky. Jefferson was taken lo Pincville Communily Hospital for Irc-atment ol a InimiKHl head. lie will lie charged with drunk driving. Ihe im-yer said. Reynolds was nol injured. Jarvis also reported two other nnn-injurv acr-idenls. A bus driven by Rolicrl Widncr was in collision with a car driven by llynl Hales of Whilesburf! yesterday morning al 8-20 on US Damage was esli- rcil al SS75. Alxnii an hour laler. n car driv- Girl after 75 Years LOUIS -i.rV-Tlus will en ,v Theodore of l.mis- week lo be ville with a truck driven ..Call-on family. A daugllei was Averv Wilder of Oaks. Damage j Iwrn lo Mr and M's. Uolx-rl 1. to Ihe two vehicles was eslimalrd Calion. Ibe first girl in Ihe family ;il S-IM. I in 7-r" years. __ Brothers Poisoned by Garbage-Con Meal warehouses there plus tw.T livestock ihe neinhlior lo markets. Lee Couniy covers sfjoare miles, acres with a populu- Tenn. il'.l') A GO lo- Uay fiom the loss of hand said liial he forr-'-d ampul.dc '.he band hi.iiseif lict ause bis fri.'-nd he-camp lo do the J. K. was forced to cul off his hand with a dull pockH- knife nflei- il in an audmia- lic coj macbire. (H'.ifiam yaid he inlo Ibe picker l'i clear a clncsnt secli .n. His Iruvl nas crushed. Craham was working in a corn i pinycd lor v.iili nrlKbtar al the time husa, I.a., r.f Ibe acii'.lenl. He said be ill l-be 1iand loose, OIU.KANS (UPl Two 1 smrill brothers, six-nl Iheir r-hililhiKKl heguing anil scavenging for fruKl in gaibagc cans, appar- cnlly died of eating contaminated Cooii obtained in one of Ihcir alley forays. said tmlny. Tile Imys, Bnugbman, 7 iin-I liis broiher. William Jr., n, died Tbuisilay in Charily Hos- pital. They were found rrilically ill in a shabby one-room apartment v.hc-re tliey bad lived in squalor wilh H-.eir five sisters and (heir paienls. The father, tall, Ihin William Haughman, a 29-yenr-olcl unem- lonKshorcman from Boga- said illness had kept all I had. 1 The prncnls could nol jnodu.-o oul lo him. It was __ bond and were jailc.f on Ibe li.'ive si.s rlnltlrai myself, charges. The falhcr said from bis Miss l.illie H. Naunc. dtrcetor cell at the New Oi lerms Cily Jail thai he hopes lo he able lo find a new job whnn he is freed. William was Ihe firs I lo die in tbe hospital. His lasl rcnuost be- of the ciiy Department of Public Welfare, said Mrs. Haiiglimau had questioned bin Ihe mother said "tlicy hail She said Mrs. tfnugliman gave no indicalion that her husband w'as too ill lo work, "ham sandwich. I'm so bun- or Ih.K their sittmlioii was an His broiher (licit a few hours emergency." The mother said she bc-lievrd 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 Ri-y." later. Tbe Orlenns Parish (county) coroner's office said Ixilb deaths were under invcsiigalion but Ihc probably died of sonic sorl of poisoning. Ncighlxirs said screams ol Ihe 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 Ihem awake snap she said. at nighl The five surviving girls, all ema- "They ate in garbage cans." cialed, were placed in juevnile his wife said Mrs. Kvcnlyn Scallan. "Up iMines. but Mrs. Baughman said cr ninal nel and down the slrcel. One day one she wanted the children returned anTcontri.Hi- of my children said one of ibe little so that she could rear hem as juve- Baughmans was staring inlo Ihe window. I took two sweet potatoes she ihonyht fit. The girls range in aye Ivom 1 to 9.   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication