John Smith Grandfather
Two Who Slugged Mt.V. Men Held For Grand Jury Two of five Benton men charged with slugging two Mt. Vernon men at a school construction job in Benton December 30 have been bound over to the grand jury in Franklin county. In a preliminary hearing before Police Magistrate John Andras at Benton, charges of assault with a deadly weapon were dismissed against three of the men—Damon Galloway, Jesse Sullivan and Jack Stewart. The other two -Herbert Dossett and Robert Swofford—were bound over to await action by a grand jury on the same charge. The two Mt. Vernon men, William William Woodrow Smith, 39. and Jessero Jessero K. Sammons, 38, were clubbed while working at the site of the new Lincoln school in Benton. Smith and Sammons are employees of the H. & H. Plumbing Co. of Mt. Vernon, which has the plumbing plumbing and heating contract for the new school. Thp dispute was said to be between between two unions, over the type of work to be performed on the new building.