Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Jefferson City Post Tribune Newspaper Archive: August 10, 1956 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: Jefferson City Post Tribune

Location: Jefferson City, Missouri

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Jefferson City Post-Tribune (Newspaper) - August 10, 1956, Jefferson City, Missouri                                Hollywood Summer Theater Presents the Dramatic Production Moment of Decision At 9 pm Over KRCGTV Channel 13 3efFerson Kit ribune VOL 91 NO 28 JEFFERSON CITY MISSOURI FRIDAY AFTERNOON AUGUST 10 1956 PRICE FIVE CENTS Bitter Argument Rages Between State GOP Heads Follows Bromwich Statement Regarding Popularity of Nixon ST LOUIS bitter argument between Missouris Republican leaders continued today with a statement by the partys state chairman that Elroy W Bromwichs dump Nixon efforts may set off a d u m p Bromwich move ment Bromwich is the Repub lican national committeeman for Missouri chairman of Ihc Mis souri delegation to the GOP Na tional Convention and is back of Harold E Stasscns move to re place Nixon as the GOP vice pres idential nominee He set off the latest Harelip in the infraparty fending in Missouri by saying yesterday he doubted President Eisenhower can carry Missouri in November if Nixon is on the ticket Compton Statement Violator in Jail But Sheriff Has Trouble Finding Him LOS ANGELES Ofl Superior Judge Charles W Fricke has challenged the sheriffs office to find a law violator who is known to be in jail here The judge said he is irked by the frequent failure of jail depu ties to locate prisoners in their custody and to have Ihem in court when due Deputies couldnt find Albert Lewis yesterday Lewis a proba tion violator was due in Judge Frickes court Lewis lawyer informed the court he had just talked to the prisoner in jail The court thereupon issued a warrant specifically directing Sheriff Eugene Biscailux to have his fugitive detail find Lewis uithui one week To make sure they know where to look Clerk Nathan Hollislcr was ordered to note in the warrant that Lewis is in jail Perry Complon state chainnan a strong Nixon GOP sup porter said the Bromwich state ment angered hundreds of Mis soviri Republicans and many of the partys slate candidates I have received a large num ber of calls about this Coinpton said at his Montgomery City home Some of our people think an effort should be made at the caucus of Missouri delegates to the national convention in San Francisco to have Bromwich step down as chairman of the Missouri delegation The caucus will be held Aug 19 the day before the convention opens Compton said also that some think Bromwich should be asked to resign as national committee man Two Join Compton Two other stale GOP leaders joined Complon in saying Brom wich was wrong about the popu larity of Vice President Nixon with Missouri voters Mrs Horace S Hedges of Kan sas City the slates GOP nationai committecwomanelect said an Eisenhower Nixon ticket would gain an overwhelming majority in Missouri Barak T Mattingly former na tional committeeman joined the feud vesterclay saying he was Continued 021 Page 2 Col 2 Paper Drive Set Sunday by Legion goal of 80 tons ot waste paper been set by paper drive officiand Britain Brushes Aside Red Move To Delay Parley Egypt Proclaims Formation of New Liberation Army LONDON AP Britain today brushed aside Soviet Russias bid to recast and postpone next weeks London parley on the Suez Canal cris Margin at 2074 Slow Count of Absentee Ballots President Kills May Delay Senate Race Decision Bil1 Involvin9 River Projects ST LOUIS certain deci sion on whether Herbert Douglas is Ihe Republican nominee for U S senator from Missouri mav be delayed by a slow absentee ballols in St count Louis of is A has als of lioscoe Dulles Cant See Special Session Gives Reasons Why Sunday Conference WASHINGTON of State Dulles said today Presidenl Eisenhower called a Sunday meet ing with congressional leaders on the Suez Canal crisis because the President feels very strongly about sharing responsibility with Congress particularly if there should be any risk of Dulles said however 1 dont see anything in the situation now which would suggest that a spe cial session of Congress would be required To New York The secretary talked briefly with reporters at Washington Na tional Airport before taking off for New York to meet with Secretary General Dog Hammarskjold of the U N and U S Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge Jr The meeting was arranged for general discussion of Mid dle Eastern problems including Egypts semire of the Suez Canal Eisenhower yesterday called congressional leaders lo meet at the White House Sunday for D re port on the canal dispute This stirred speculation about the pos sibility of a special session of Congress later on or at least the serious consideration of that pos sibility Snyder Declines Earlier assistant White House press secretary Murray Snyder had declined to comment on the possibility of a special session So had Vice President Nixon after a 30minute meeting with Eisenhow er at the White House While Dulles answers to ques tions did not rule out the iwssi bility of a special session if the Suez crisis should become much instance if the threat of war should appear lit did indicate that the President are not thinking in This was officially indicat ed by Hie news chief of the Foreign Office after highlev el talks between London Washington and Paris H was later bv The 41yearold Neosho lawyer claimed the nomination yesterday in his close conlest with Albert E Schoenbeck St Louis attorney on the basis of nearly complete un official returns which did not in clude the absentee vote Unofficial Returns The unofficial returns with all pbut 217 of Missouris 4555 pre icincls counted gave Douglas 77999 Schoenbeck a mar gin of 2074 votes The count of absentee ballots and the official canvass began to day but the St Louis and St Louis County election boards said count of absentees might not amplified by qualified officials I Dc completed today who decline to be named Tncc are abcut i300 At the same time Prime Minisi cr Edens government for the second successive day slowed down its trooplift to the Mediter ranean Ordrrs Postponement Eden and his military chiefs ordered a second 24hour post ponement of the airlift of crack ballots in St Louis and 900 in St Louis County where Schoenbeck received the most votes He car ried St Louis by a margin of bet ter than threetoone And the count of 789 absentee ballots in Jackson County where Schoenbeck also had a slight edge doesnt begin until tomorrow Strong Outstate Douglas strength was in out state Missouri Sen Thomas C Henmngs Jr ofkilled a Rep Allen Says Many Plans Failed To Have Approval WASHINGTON AP President Eisenhower today Truman Support May Go To Averell Harriman Expect Former President Announcement on Saturday CHICAGO S Truman was reported to have made up his mind today on the candidate he will sup port for the Democratic presidential nomination But ha St Louis was nomination for unopposed for rej a second term to authorize a j program of flood Official verification of the elec conlrol and rivers and har tion results by the secretary ofjbor development was keeping his decision a top secret Adlai E Stevenson top contender for the nomination and Gov Averell Harriman his chief rival called on Tru man separately amid some indications that the former state is not expected for another 10 days Will Davis chief clerk said to day he hoped to have all the re sults in from county clerks in time to start the official canvass by Tuesday Aug 21 or a absenteeIdays after that In the unusual Trurnall has scheduled year action Eisenhower said lie regrettett the veto of the meas in al politically important lire 11 involved project every pail of the nation the area moves also were infantrymen to Some troopship held up The slowdown came as Egypt proclaimed formation of a new national liberation army and world anxiety mounted over the The latest objection to Britains show of force in the Mediterrane an came from Libya on Egypts western flank Informed diplo mats said that Arab slate which Britain helped to create was un derstood to have refused a British request for additional facilities LibyanBritish bases accommodate troops under the treaty to that might have to be used in an emergency The British Foreign Office refused comment Support of Egypt In Istanbul Libyan Premier Mustafa ben Halim announced his countrys support of Egypts seiz ure of the Suez Canal The Pre mier who is visiting Turkey tolc reporters no one has righl to attack Egyptian President Nasser for the takeover Russian proposals to postpone enlarge and change the scope o the London talks came last nigh in a public statement and a still fContinued on Page 2 Col 2 Enloe Post No 5 American Legion as final plans for Sundays waste paper drive ncarcd completion today according to James N Logsclon 124 W Mc Carty St committee chairman Logsclon who has headed the salvage committee for the Legion post for tlie past year has been reappointed by Commander Buell A Baclesse who urged as many Legionnaires as possible to turn out for the Sunday afternoon pick up Logsdon said the drive will start promptly al pm al the City Scales on West Main street He as sured an early completion if enough volunteers and equipment are available He said approxi mately 100 men and 25 trucks are necessary to complete the drive before 5 pm As usual a free barbecue will be provided within a few days aflrr the drive for volunteers and terms of that kind of development just now Dulles said We are making our plans on the assumption there will be a peaceful solution Dulles will attend in London next Thursday the conference of nations invited by Britain to seek a peaceful Suez solution through creation of international machin ery to control the Suez business men who ment for the drive supply equip Contracts for Coal Awarded by State Contracts to furnish about 95000 tons of coal for the next year to ID state institutions for more than S700000 have been awarded by Edgar C Nelson state purchasing agent Nelson announced today the cost this year ran from S51S to SB86 a ton depending on the kind of Cole Registration Books Reopened Registration books in the Cole County Clerks office are once more open for Jefferson Citians who must register to protect their right to vote County Clerk liam Tcllmiui said today TcUman emphasized the import ance of correct registration before the general elections this fall Many of the election judges have warned that every vote is going to be carefully scrutinized in the gen era election and dubious ones will be challenged1 he said Registration books have beer closed for 28 days prior to the pri mary elections but are now oper until Oct 1Every Jefferson Cit ian who has if with in the same precinct or same apart ment or changed their name through marriage or other wise since last registering or ing must rercgistcr under the New Game Bird Is Released in State MACON Mo first re lease in Missouri of a new game bird the Japanese Cottirnix vas accomplished yesterday at the IIunnewell Wildlife Area by Jack I Missouri warned today that unless correct name and address Tellman pointed out Economy May Suffer From Stream Pollution The Conservation Federation 01 Traffic Violators To See Photographs Of Highway Errors LANSING Mich OPi Photo graphs of their traffic violations will be shown to motorists tick eted by a cameraequipped state police In an experiment a patrol car is being equipped with a still po laroid camera which develops a picture almost instantly after it takes it The finished print can be shown lo a violator while the officer writes out the ticket More Precipitation Seen in City Area TwoDay Rainfall To 114 Inches More scattered thundershowers are expected in the Central Mis iouri area tonight according to he weatherman The rainfall early today totaled 49 of an inch in Jefferson bring ng the amount for the last two days to 114 inches Slightly below normal temper atures were expected tonight and Saturday with the low tonight in the upper 60s and the high tomor row in the upper 80s Meanwhile the rainfall during the night was particularly heavy in the Kansas City and Windsor areas Overnight rainfall in the Kansas Ciety metropolitan area reached an estimated two inches in certain spots but registered officially only 40 of an inch at the airport Windsor had 22G inches 174 at said plans fov a 8uilty tocla Lebanon and Salem 163 at lne ousted Republican state Lake of the Ozarks lGO at Stover and 124 at Warsaw Thursday thunderstorms and few mosf In his veto statement the Presi Idcnt said Veto Statement While the majority of the proj ects which this bill would author ize have been given adequate study and review with the exccuj live branch and by the affectedj states there are still a large num president might announce his support tomorrow for Harri a pm news conference then One Stevenson supporter is ber which have not been re viewed in accordance with the or derly procedures sel forlh in Ihe applicable laws Therefore it is not possible at this time for me to determine whether their author Meany in Demand On Civil Rights Says Demos Must Face Issue Squarely CHICAGO Presi dent George Meany demanded to day the Democratic party ization would be in the public injsaidthc nationalconventions plat and Court tercst Still others have after re1 been found to be not in thej lla intcisL Supreme Court desegregation de Word of the veo earlier is not thwarted from Rep Leo Allen Alien explained he got word the measure was killed when he was informed by the White House that project ested hnd the veto Some Not Approved The veto came Allen said he was told because tens of mil which he was inter been knocked out by Hodge Guilty Plea Plans Abandoned To Be Arraigned In Chicago Monday SPRINGFIELD 111 at torney for Orville E Hodge today cases the army engincershavVno lions of dollars worth of projects were put into the measure thai did not have the approval eithei of the Bureau of the Budget the Army Engineers In some who is a longtime friend of Truman expressed the belief Truman was teetering on the brink of throwing his backing to James E Finnegan Stevensons campaign manager said after his candidate called on Truman he doesnt think anybody has any inkling about what course tie former president would take Perhaps significantly however Finncgaii said in response to ques tions he is optimistic enough to believe that Stevenson could win the nomination next week even if Truman supports his rival Fin ncgan contends Stevenson has G30 votes necessary for the nom ination Harriman who told a news con ference pi No Southerner on the committee nam nade a move to challenge Meany In fact the Dixie men had only president fleeting opportunity to rto so or about w minulos When the conference broke up ruman was asked if he escribe Harriman as the kind of fighting candidate he has said meet the civil rights issue head on Amid cries from the audience of you tell em George Meany see that the even made a survey showers brought heavy rains and extensive damage to northern por tions of the state Tlie fiveday forecast calls for below average temperatures in the norlh near normal readings soulh with a cooling trend starting Sun day The range is expected be tween 90 and 6570 Precipitation in scattered showers the and form of thunder storms may reach threequarters of an inch to an inch in the north and about onehalf inch ill the soulh Three State Women To GOP Page Posts Three Missourians have been selected as pages at the National Republican convention it was an nounced today by Perry Compton GOP stale chairman auditor have been abandoned Ally William Fuilen said decision was reached because of the stand taken by Slates Alb Chairman John McCormack en tertained a series of questions from Rep Emanuel Celler of New ardent civil rights ad then when Meany had answered them dismissed the witness Meany said any failure on the part ot the Democratic convention to come out plainly in support of the coxirt decision would be con The bill was merely an authorsidered by labor as a deliberate ization for future construction oflevaslon ot thls vltal lssue the river and harbor projects and The hearing room was crowded George Coutrakon who objected to an immediate sentence for Hodge on state charges growing out of the raid on the state treas ury No ThreeRing Circus We dont intend to led Coutrakon make a threering cir cus out of a guilty plea said Fuiten an associate of Arthur M Fitzgerald who is Hodges chief counsel We didnt ask for any deal when we talked to him but we object to his trying to delay sen tencing and making a play for the newspapers To Chicago Fuiten said that as far as we know we will be in federal court Monday at Chicago when Hodge is due to be arraigned on a federal indictment Hodge previously pleaded inno cent to 46 indictments charging forgery embezzlement and confi money had been appropriated for them Missouri Vrojects Missouri projects include Flood control Missouri River Comprehen sive basin plan S400000000 auth oriziation divided equally between between A r in y Engineers and Department of Navigation Missouri Illinois Mississippi River between St Louis and lock and dam No 26 55802000 Polio Cases Mount To 103 in State Seventeen new polio cases wezC reported in Missouri last week boosting the total for the year so far lo lOii The State Health Division re ported the figures today In the same week a year ago only five to overflowing There was an aii of tension based upon anticipation of possible bitter clashes between advocates of a strong civil right plank and opposition Dixie dele gates But leaders of the Southern group indicated they would engag in no verbal skirmishes unlfE what they called unrestrained attacks were made on Souther cnce game in milliondollar mew infantile paralysis cases were Dixies deter initiation to resist the Suprem Court decision outlawing racia segregation in public schools Last Hearings This was the last scheduled da for platform hearings and it wa apparent the committee was doing its best to compress the wholi civil rights testimony into tin smallest possible time package A number of organized aboi witnesses along with Americans for Democratic Action made pub lie prepared testimony calling foi a strong civil rights eluding a pledge for federal in tervention in behalf of the Su Thcy Ginn Kelly are Miss Nancy Columbia Miss check cashing swindle in hislisted and the years total to that Courts desegregation de Linda Trenton and MrsRussell Grass St Louis Their nominations were confirmed by H Meade Al corn Jr vice chairman of the committee on arrangements for Ihe National Convention Miss Ginn a senior at Hickman High School in Columbia is a member of Ihe Columbia Young office time Republican Club works on the student newspaper at Hickman and 10 Men Killed In Freighter Blast LEWES Del ifl The Coast Guard said today ten men were killed in an explosion on the Ger editor of their yearbook Afterman freighter Heidberg off Lewes Stanford slate biologist There were 200 birds from eggs brought from and Japan Once free the birds took off in straight lines for parts effective hatched jstop tin Korea her graduation from high school inat the mouth dozen other of Delaware Bay seamen were rc No Injuries as Wall Ar Plant Here Topples A crane being used in the con struction of an addition to the Dr Pepper Bottling Co on Highwav 50 West accidentally jerked the new front wall missing three workmen in re a The Kansas City Utility To Add New Buses Kansas City Public Service Co won state permission today ie party must have in this falls ampaign against the Republi ans Harriman is a good fighter le replied There was an air of cordiality n the TrumanHarriman meeting and the former presidents daugh ter Margaret posed with Harri mati for photographers At his news conference Harri man declined to speculate on whether Truman would back him and how effective such support would be I believe Im going to win tlie nomination he said Asked whether he would quit the contest if Truman doesnt support him he said I am not going to with draw Harriman said he had been aware that negotiations were going on between backers of Stevenson and Sen Estes Kefauv IDTenn when the latter with drew from the race in favor o Stevenson Harritnan came out for specific mention of the Supreme Courts school integration opinion in the party platform Despite Southern opposition to any mention of the court Harriman contended he has some Southern delegates Stevenson who called on Tru man at the latters hole sale after a half hours chat with the former president I feel just as good today about ivinning the nomination as I did yesterday and the day before Asked what he and Truman alkcd about Stevenson quipped We decided to elect a Demo cratic president As a former president whose prestige is at a high point Tru n cauld throw a strong obstacle the way of either of the can didates by an endorsement of the streams is going unknown The Conservation jsaid th Commissionits efforts in experimenting with the foreign quail wants to know if the birds will survive this climate will they migrate and what their sporting qualities are Unlike the Bob While quail the Coturnix does not covey and tears off at a low angle of flight without gliding lion to other the borrow S304000 to help pay fori While a Truman nod to StevJn J18 new dieselpowercri buses I son conceivably could force Har crancs boom apparently Total cost of the new equipmentjrininn out of the contest many caught on a dam lintel topplingwhich will be used to replace outjDemocrats felt that a Truman steps are taken soon to June 1957 she plans to enroll in A dozen other seamen were rebrick downward Robert Wad leyworn vehicles will be SISOOOO I endorsement for Harriman would pollution of Missouris the University of Missouri to studyPorted hurt in the blasl at scaijo4 st Marys Blvd company told the Missouri necessarily stop Stevensons the economy of the state Journalism She served as a judgej The Coast Guard said the explo Jasper Lohman and WilburPublic Service Commission to suffer j of he supreme court at Girls Stalejsion occurred in the engine room Jones Rt 1 wru working near1 would supply the balance from its s heading into by Xo one was injured i Completion of the addition was In another order the to secure water polluj Miss Kelly 18 is a sophomore at i Coast Guard vessels f r o unscheduled for Ocl 1 accordingjsion authorized C E Albertson legislation The next annual Wcssley College Mass and Lewes Cape May N J and Now to Russell Rinklin plant manager operator of the Wheeling Mutual Stegner executive secretary I and was elected alternate delegateof the ship as it was the Federation will continue to Girls iine Bay mceling of the Federation will be Country Day HighJYork and several Coast is lobe used for office garagcJTelephone Co to buy the littl aircraft from New York sped tojand sloragc space Rinklin was Eversonville Telephone Co held April 2728 in Kansas Cily At that time policies of the organiza tion will be set and officers will be elected Also stale and federal legislation affecting conservation features School in Boston Mass She at lended schools in Trenlon Kansas City and California Mo Miss Kelly is the granddaughter of the the scene unable to estimate the damage or The first rescue vessel an time lost late Arthur M Hyde former gov bc one of the of the Slate of Missouri Mrs Grass 16 has been They are good eating composed The Missouri Federation form1 active Young Republican worker on the safety 1340 footer from Lewes took off injured mutual exchange serving 21 cus tomers in Linn County coai and the freight charges Last year the cost ranged from S390iof darker meat than in 1915 is now al an alltime smcsc to a ton of lhc Bob While Ihigh membership of 15000 crewmen and headed back to Lewes the Coast Guard said j There was no immediate of the stricken ves The Weather Jefferson City and Central Missouri Considerable cloudi ness with scattered thunder showers tonight and Saturday IUtlc change in temperature Iow tonight in upper 60s High Saturday in upper 80s Temperatures low lurtnR nlRht 2 am 74 4 a m 12 6 R m iO m Frlrifly take tl lip 1n 86 87 8 Rm 10 a m Noon 2 pm 24 hours ending i Rlr Rlvtr In Remarks to Visitor Ike Says The Lord Willing He Will Attend GOP Convention WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower raising the matter Of the condition of his health told visitor today the Lord willing he plans to attend the Republi Fan o3JCftn National Convention in San 18 ai Francisco laler this month The While House visitor M5 Rlsr 01 Co recasts Boonvllle 87 City 02 take of the Ourki The folio wing Is ttic forecast for the Lake of the Dearies for the week ending AUK IS Harrtng rains or unforeseen load chnngrs in low Into the lake during the week will be equivalent to about 04 ft outflow 02 ft lor ihr Wffk will hr nbmjt 03 ft ntid thr nomination for a second term at that time He added with a smile That is the Lord willing Now adays I nearly always have to add the Lord willing I have been sick twice in one vear Public Health Tests Salt Soda Solution Proves Joslin Moves Ahead JEffective in Shock in Burns In Phelps Race ROLLA Special Incumbent DeVere Joslin is the apparent Democrat nominee for Phelps County representative as the re sult of unofficial tallies of the j absentee ballot counted today I County Clerk John A Mooney reported 136 absentee ballots were returned Joslin received 81 votes on this return while his closest opponent Louis llargts received The annual convention of the I WASHINGTON The U S availahlr American War Dads of Missouri Public Health Service will get under way at 8 pm today at the Governor Hotel Keynote speaker for the three day session will be Willard Graff superintendent of schools at Spring field and Steve Parker of Joplin vice president of the stale organi zation will be master of ceremon les ies ts soda have shown that solution Kiven by today It and mouth in large amounts is an effective emer gency treatment for shock due to burns The treatment would be an emergency substitute fur the tra Aminlorc Fanfani secretary ofhis That was a reference washeart attack last Sept 24 and to 27 The third candidate for Phelps j XeUar Convention highlights elude an election of officers and passage of resolutions porUiining Elwyn S ctitional treatment for burn shock injection into the ot whole ill in1 blood plasma or certain plasma to his i County representative Aaron C substitutes Sluirk C The service the Christian Democratic Party of Italy As Fanfanl was leaving the Presidents office after R brief visit the President remarked about his plans to to lhc Snn f tre average about I VfVi I Sllt FjHncisco Aug 23 for rill hr about ftVl It Thp 1 L nivTt st Thomni nRv ol lnp OOP convention his fitness to Isonhower is expected to acceptlother four years last major abdominal June 9 operation At his news Wednesday the conference President last said he was feeling physically fit He added he was planning another medical examination some time Hailey collected 16 absentee votes Unofficial returns made prior to the count of the absentee ballots showed Hargis leading Joslin by 41 votes Hargis polled 1633 votes to 1592 for Joslin The returns now show Joslin with a lead of 13 votes before the November election to Joslin H Holla Drnincral is serve seeking hi third term as Phelps County representative Woods Springfield is president of onsibje fw the orgaization and fc N a Wolfe Kansas City heads the aux iliary BULLETIN WASHINGTON HI The Agrt Clilture Department today fore Dtalh shock proportion o g victims per cent rc of of or crlv burns covering 10 more of the body It noted that the new treatment because of its simplicity in com parison with giving injections is regarded as being of particular imixirtance in event of a major cast tills years corn crop at disaster and it added 11 bushels antl the The ease with which th Hike in Railroad Rates Are Sought WASHINGTON The New York Central the Pennsylvania and other Eastern railroads today askfd the Interstate Commerce Commission for authority to in crease first class passenger fares to per cent The loads also seek permission to boost coach fares 5 per cent In Ihe expected action the Central and Pennsyl vania said in a joint statement almost every We have found it imperative table salt baking soda and taplto take bold action to put our fare water also indicates that the new method may be of great aid in saving lives in those areas where skilled medical care is not promptly available or where sup plies of blood plasma other structure on a realistic basis By this we mean bringing it to a level at which the type of serv ice offered by our railroads will reflect the costs of such service The statement was issued by help cannot be immediately obAlfred E Perlman and Jurors M tained ISymes respectively presidents of In Drinking Water I the Central and the Pinnsylvuiia The heullh service said the solu Other roads joining in the appli tiun used during tests might be cation are the Chesapeake jnd approximated by disolvinii a Ohio iehinh Valley Norfolk md ioaspoonlul of table salt and half Western Pennsylvania a teaspoonful ot baking soda in aiSeashore Lines Pittsburgh quart of drinking water A binned person might require as much as six or seven quarts or more during the first 12 hours following injury the service said but cautioned H is important however to remember that liquids should not wheat crop a 9M988000 bushels solution is prepared of be given to persons who arc un salineconscious or who cannot swal Lake Erie and tlio Reading nd Co In Chicago spokesmen for Ihe Western lines said the carriers operating west of Chicago havo given no consideration to possible farfl boos Is The Southern Railway System one of the principal roads in tho South declined Immcctlnte com ment until it had an opportunity jlo study the proposal   

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 130 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

25 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:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 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 130 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 130 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 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

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

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

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

Browse by Publication