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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - March 10, 1954, Kingsport, Tennessee6 Kingsport times wednesday March 10, 1954 doff and funeral notices William a. Quillen Gate City Albert Quillen 70, died at his Home at . Tuesday Fol lowing a lingering illness to was born and reared in Scott county. Surviving arc two daughters Lonnie Blankenbeckler of Kingsport and Birs. W. S. Hickey of protect. Tex two sons her Man Quillen of Kingsport and Clyde Quillen of Gate City one brother Clarence Quillen of Gate City. Funeral services will be at 11 . Thursday at Antioch meth Church near his Home. Burial will be in the Quillen cemetery. Mrs. J. S. Cox mrs. J. S. Cox died at 5 .Jon a employment drop noted but spurt in business slated Washington top ranking administration economist said today that unemployment May reach a Peak of be tween four and five million this year but that a new spurt in business is expected before the rear ends. This expert said the Outlook is that the business downtrend which started last summer will flattened Cut in the next three Jor four months and that for a j while activity will slide along tuesday at her Home 801 Birch st., following a lingering illness. She was born in Fincastle va., bin had spent the last 28 years in Kingsport. She was a Mem Ber of t a holy Trinity lutheran Church and had been a sunday school teacher for the past 18 years. She was an Active Mem Ber in the women s missionary society and ladies Aid. After coming to Kingsport mrs. Cox taught in City schools for two years. Survivors include her Hus band j. S. Cox father Willis e. Cronise of Staunton a. One brother j. G. Cronise of staun ton. Funeral services will be held at 2 ., thursday at the holy Trinity lutheran Church with the Rev. D. R. Fauble and the Rev. J. W. Shuey officiating. Burial will follow in the Oak Hill cemetery. He declared the Eisenhower administration is still optimistic about the Overall situation and believes that no further jury deadlock continues in trial of her by Paul Williams times news writer Blountville a criminal court jury Here had reached no verdict by a. M. Wednes Day on a morals charge against a 61-year-old Kingsport grand father. The defendant w. M. Bill Hurd. Bloomingdale Road tenant Farmer is alleged to have assaulted a seven year old girl with intent to rape her on Sun Day october 18, 1953. Judge Thomas h. Rogan or dered the jury into overnight lockup tuesday evening when jurors failed to arrive at a ver Dick after an hour of Delibera Tion. Or. Sam Brown Kingsport paediatrician opened testimony at the Day Long trial tuesday by stating he examined the Little girl on october 19 and found an abnormal condition. The girl s Mother said the child told her the alleged attack occurred on that sunday after after crease in the government Den two Small had dinner Cit through an additional tax and vols Lipri with my. Ant or Cut is necessary As a business stimulant. The economist pointed out that tax reductions put into effect january 1, and those now under consideration in Congress would slash Federal Revenue six and one half to seven billion dollars a year. In addition he said several other anti recession measures have already been taken. President Eisenhower said recently that March would be the crucial month for business and that unless there is a Rise in activity this month he will con Sider new anti recession plans including an extra tax Cut. The expert declared however the body will remain at the that such an action is not re Hamlett Dobson funeral As necessary unless Busi until 1 ., thursday when shows signs of deteriorate will be taken to the Church to but that All the signs Point lie in state until services. I quite to the contrary. Pallbearers will be j. G Harr he described this As the Over or. C. G. Frye Joe Young James j. Chadwell Phillip Cox Tommy Wray Robert and new land. The family requests if me Morial remembrances Are Given that contributions be made to the building fund of the holy Trinity lutheran place of Flowers. Church in maid is convicted for stealing Cash Chattanooga up a negro maid at a tourist court has been. Convicted of stealing from an Alabama tourist s room and Flushing it Down a com Mode when the Man returned a criminal court jury re turned the guilty verdict yesterday against mrs. Emma Mae Hals ring. 47, of route 3, blowing Springs a. She was sentenced to three years in prison. The Money was reported stolen by e. E. Klett of Birmingham. The maid denied she took the Money which was in and s20 Bills. The was no recovered. All picture 1. There probably will be some further Rise in unemployment. It May reach four or five Mil and visited with or. And mrs. Hurd and their family. Coast guard Calls off search for ship Miami coast guard convicts Given second Chance said l was halted to dered Down by the barn because he was afraid they would dam age the tobacco which was very the Doage trophy ii dry. Kurd s wife and two of his daughters testified they had watched the children All the time that afternoon and that the girl never entered the barn Cross examination produced discrepancies in their testimonies. Peanuts Hurd 7, quiet and Bright appearing grandson of Hurd who was playing with the girl that afternoon said she never went into the Bam with his Grandfather. Cross examination brought out contradictions and the boy failed to substantiate the de sense s suggestion that the Little girl s condition could have been caused by her swinging on an improvised Chain and tin swing. An associate counsel for the state in his argument said the state had tried to bring out the i pertinent facts and that the de she said As they were leaving sense had introduced the Money the Hurd Home her seven year charge to Muddy the old daughter said Mother in an associate defense attorney Don t like that old maintained the Little girl s teat the Little girl then allegedly Inion was a memorized Story told her Mother Hurd had asked and that the state had failed to her into the barn to see his to i prove the Man s guilt. Bacco and then molested her. Under Cross examination by a defense attorney the Mother admitted she had seen a lawyer first before the doctor examined the child. J she denied that the Little girl asked her mommie did you get your at the end of the preliminary hearing in Kings lion under the census Bureau s i in her the Little girl herself then took the witness stand big eyed and solemn dressed in a Blue suit and Pink hat. After being asked to repeat an almost inaudible statement she said she had been playing hide and seek with her sister and kurd s grandchildren when the elderly Man took her into the barn. She described his modest showed More than three Mil lion out of work in january. 2. However unemployment is confined almost entirely in the durable goods manufacturing industries. Employment in serv ice and retail trades has actually increased. Ail evidence Indi Cates that the business decline is confined mainly to a Cut Back in durable goods product she also added. Cross examination of the child introduced some confusion and contradiction into her testimony the object of a search when it was reported two Days overdue yesterday on a shake Down cruise. The coast guard initiated a communications Check and Dis patched a Small search plane to scour the Waters. However after the plane was ordered Back be cause of bad weather the Miami Marine operator informed the coast guard that Contact had been made with the boat at Berry Miles East of Miami. The seven occupants were reportedly in Good condition. The ship was recently Pur chased by Michael Burke a 29 year old Miami painting con tractor. With Burke were four friends and two crewmen. East Tennessee gop to attend conference Knoxville East Tennessee republicans will head the state s delegation to the an Nual gop women s Spring con Ference in Washington april 6-8. State gop chairman Guy l. Smith Knoxville said yesterday mrs. Howe Irwin of Oak Ridge and mrs. Robert Searle of Knox Ville will be in charge. Mrs. Irwin. Is state gop committee woman _ and mrs. Searle is president of Knoxville coun the Knox county Republican Knox Council okays million budget by Tom Stone i Kau Beuren Germany

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