The family announced his death late last month. His son Mark Cheshire said that the cause was heart disease.
“We’ve had more bloody trouble with the gossip column,” Mr. Bradley In 2005, Katherine Q of The New York Times. Selly told. She said Ms. Cheshire’s work required her endless attention: “I spent more time with Max than with Woodward and Bernstein.”
Maxine Hall was born on April 5, 1930, in Harlan, Ky., And grew up in the years when the mining town known as the “Bloody Harlan” was wept by the Union Wars, as the miners organized Had fought to be and faced the mine owner completely. His father, Millard, a lawyer who represented the miners, was almost killed on more than one occasion and wore a bulletproof vest to work. Her mother Sylvia (Cornet) Hall, who worked as her husband’s assistant, kept a gun in the house.
After his father’s death – due to natural causes – Maxine dropped out of the University of Kentucky and returned home to work on a local paper. But when she finds out that the paper’s owner, a local power broker and thug, has marked her family for violence, the family – her mother, Maxine, and two younger brothers – left the city in the middle of the night. They settled in Knoxville and Maxine was hired as a police reporter at The Knoxville News-Sentinel.
His editor later told him: “I hired you to see me. It never occurred to me or anyone else that you had brains in mind. “But she was very good at her job.
He once took out a billboard from a dead man’s blood-soaked pocket so that he could identify it and set a deadline, instead of waiting for the police. When a woman is found dead in the lake, Ms. Cheshire unravels the mystery behind her demise, and Newsweek ran an article about her espionage work, showing a picture of her typing barefoot on her desk It was, as was her habit.
In The News-Sentinel, she also met with the head of the United Press Bureau, Herbert Cheshire, though she was cursing at the time of her introduction, furious because the paper refused to run the photos she was buying votes for. Was taken from However, they got married a few months later, and when Mr. Cheshire was transferred to Washington, she followed him.