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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1954, Charleston, West Virginia The Gazette In West first Market Place The Charleston Gazette The State You Read or See the Big FORECAST Partly cloudy mnd warm day Showers possible Details on Pace 12 Monday Morning October 11 1954 i PHONO Wort AH 24 Cents 37 Feared Dead in Ship Disaster Sharks Rip Swamped Crew NORFOLK Va Oct haggard men their faces nearly raw from exposure to wind sun and salt water told today of fighting off sharks and considering suicide before their rescue ended a ordeal after their ship sank in the storm tossed Atlantic Ocean Hope for the 25 missing men all but vanished the Coast Guard announced at 5 p m that it was doning its wide-ranging sea and air search They were the of the ore freighter which capsized and sank 150 miles southeast of Cape Henry early Thursday morning on its way from Victoria Brazil to Baltimore with a cargo of iron ore They were landed here early today by three Navy destroyers escorts which also brought the bodies of 12 crewmen of the ship who failed to the two- day battle for survival After checking in at the U.S Public Health Service Hospital where doctors said none was in serious condition the survivors were put to bed while the Coast Guard carried on the grim work of trying to locate 25 men still missing from the man crew The Coast Guard said the ters Cherokee and Marion assisted by a plane con- to patrol the area although it seemed improbable any tional men have survived this long in the heavy seas The cutters were in radio contact with here and reported sighting nothing day In addition two coast guard blimps from the lighter than air iron facility at and two Navy planes from Hampton Roads Naval Air Station joined the search A Coast Guard board of inquiry will convene here tomorrow to in- the disaster CREWMEN STILL ALIVE said the ran into stormy weather some time Tuesday and capsized and sank early Thursday about two hours cargo of ore suddenly shifted It all happened faster than you could said John A Davis Barnardsville Davis said I know the Captain Patrick J Mahon Valley Stream didn't get off Another crewman Pedro de sus the Bronx said the cap- tain who is among the missing did everything he could to the ship Remy Rosario New York City said the captain was the last to leave the ship Please Turn to Page M Cot DISTRAUGHT WIFE of crewman Edward T Wall one of the 48 sailors aboard the capsized freighter waits fearfully left at Hampton Roads Va dock for arrival of 11 survivors As the sailors are loaded into ambulances she pleads center for information about her missing husband When saddened seaman told Mrs Wall her husband was not among the survivors she burst into tears turned and walked slowly away Facsimile War in Indonesia Rages as Moslems Seek Power Grab By Allen JAKARTA Indonesia Oct is using approximately troops to fight a war the world seldom hears fanatical Moslem terrorists Police Seek 4 Men In Mine Explosion JL throughout this new lic The soldiers are fighting lessly on the principal Indonesian islands against about tisans of the extremist Darul lam organization whose announced purpose is to establish the Islamic republic of Indo- REPORTS REACHING Jakarta daily tell of the killings of scores of villagers by Darul Islamites and least half a dozen big names Notables Eyed For Court Job President May Name Politician Or Judge WASHINGTON Oct INS clashes with Indonesian troops in fighting in jungles and deep forests reminiscent of Indochina and Malaya The ing mainly in central and west Java North Sumatra east Borneo and the southern and Supreme court central sections of Celebes Island Jn Ufe in political and judicial circles figured today in speculation over whom President Eisenhower will name to succeed the late Associate Justice Robert H Jackson on the Rain Hits Chicago Damage High Thousands Marooned In Worst Downpour City's Had in 69 Years CHICAGO Oct Swollen by the worst storm in 69 years the ly tame Chicago River spilled over its banks tonight in center of the nation's ond largest city Water swirled into the Union i Station halting train service into basements of skyscrapers the river The floodwaters rose through the basement of Union hub of four major into the ground level waiting room Pieces of luggage floated in the flood waters A Gulf bile and Ohio train loaded with passengers from St Louis stalled The majority of Indonesia's nearly 80 million inhabitants are Moslems More than a year ago Darul Islam accused the present Indonesian government of being a regime representing the Communist re- of Indonesia The ists headed by self-styled Dynamiters Cause Damage 2 Guards Attacked MARLINTON Oct unidentified armed men are toeing sought by police in connection with the Saturday night dynamiting of equipment of the Sewell Coal and Coke Co strip operation at Slaty Fork Pocahontas County The same men are suspected of firing upon two guards and the guard shack at the Slaty Fork Saturday evening as new violence flared the Poca- Counties area Their suspected tie-in with station but the evacuated In the first 24 hours of the storm 5.65 inches of rain pelted Chicago's largest amount of fall for 24 hours since Aug 1885 when 6.15 inches fell HOLY NAME RALLY held at Watt Powell Park was attended by area Catholics Here Fr Paul Fahey pastor of St John's Church at Belle and Church of the Good Shepherd at sermon for the rally State ance Commissioner Thomas J Gillooly also addressed the group Gazette ners appeared to be Gov Thomas E Dewey of New York and two members of Mr Eisenhower's of State John ter Dulles and Attorney General Herbert Brownell But some observers felt that there would be a strong tion for the President to name as tt-m JAJi LUC tiding dent issued a dec- the new court member a person of war of them ith x experience on the bench were guerrilla fighters against B the Dutch when Indonesia was the Dutch East ladies The government which insists there are no Beds in key positions outlawed the Darul Islamite rebels and fought back The Communists have tried to horn in Mass organizations of republican fighters met yesterday in Bandoeng trial center 75 miles southeast of Jakarta and demanded a national campaign to restore law and order The government looking ahead to next spring's general elections turned down the suggestion that maintenance of order be aides said they had no idea who THE in this field was Judge L Phillips of Denver chief jurist on the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Also prominently mentioned was Judge Learned Hand of New York now retired However Hand's age Is expected to work against his appointment He is 82 Another possible appointee was Chief Justice Arthur T of the New Jersey Supreme Court At the President's vacation quarters in Denver White House DAMAGE in Chicago and other northern Illinois cities was ed to total several million dollars from the steady rain still falling after 26 hours Trains were unloading at ing stations A power failure left Union Station in darkness Pennsylvania Railroad Gulf Mobile Ohio Burlington and waukee trains use Union Station The Chicago Northwestern road Station Grand Central tion which serves the Baltimore Ohio and La Salle Street Station were not seriously affected The heavy rains flooded ducts under railroad isolating the city into segments Watchmen at some of the big warehouses along the river said Reporter Goes to Holy Name Rally Brings Out By James A Haught Writer for The Gazette Three thousand larger crowd than usually turns out for Charleston Senators baseball Watt Powell Park yesterday afternoon as area Catholics staged their fourth annual Holy Name rally Mayor Brands Report Talse Copenhaver Refuses To Bare Annex Fate Mayor John T Copenhaver said the Saturday night shooting and ed in upward to ment damage but no injuries or out of the fact that four unidentified armed men held up another coal company guard at his post on coal company property five miles from the Slaty Fork op- The guard Lobb Sreen caped in the darkness about a m today but told police that there were at least four armed men in the party which surprised him at his post Utterly false is Sunday's At a large flower-decked altar erected near the pitcher's mound ten priests 100 altar boys 60 Knights of Columbus and lay churchmen conducted cause we know she is the mother of God Gillooly also urged that engage in daily family an hour-long ceremony devoted of the Rosary which he de- almost entirely to the Virgin Mary scribed as the great epic prayer of our religion three to four feet of water First on the program the basements but it had not Mr Eisenhower might name It was believed however the chief executive might be swayed to do whal he did not do when he appointed former California Gov Earl Warren to be Chief in raids on army posts towns and name someone with a have rather than an I tive background to the high bench Please Turn to Page 12 Col 2 to B private organization such as the Reds propose insisting the army and police can handle the job Darul Islam uses rifles pistols grenades and sometimes mortars to the ground floors The ment of the Merchandise world's largest building in floor dry although it is on the bank of the river Gov William G Stratton alerted j the National Guard that it be called out to help cope with the flood burned and plundered wide areas particularly in central and west Java Scores of villages and ber tea and coffee plantations pay huge sums to Darul Islam for thereby helping fill the coffers for their fight INDONESIAN troops use light tank planes and armored cars HIGHWAY state police ENGINEERS and already had been was State Insurance yr Thomas J who said Catholics venerate but do not worship the mother of Christ As we are gathered to a day in honor of it is important that we realize the us and the Please Turn to Page 12 Col 1 Blessed Virgin Our devotion to Mary often is misunderstood by We do not worship Mary as i we do he said Instead I we venerate and revere her be- Leader of Group Arrested On Conspiracy Charge at Delaware Meeting Inside Today Please Turn to Page 12 Col 1 DOVER Del Oct 10 Bowles president of the National Assn for the Advancement of White People and leader of a segregation movement was ed today on charges of conspiracy violate Delaware's school laws A warrant was served upon him this afternoon at Harrington Airport eight miles west of ford scene of a boycott by white pupils of Lakeview Avenue School THE MAIN SERMON was de- livered by Fr Paul Fahey of St John's parish at Belle and the Church of the Good herd at Before the coming of the youthful priest said there were many great cultures and Greek Ro- man and many others headline Mayor Copenhaver Junks Annexation Plans It's just some more of The bleary-eyed reporting He was referring to a story in the Sunday Gazette in which he was quoted as having said that this administration has neither the time nor the fortitude to undertake the task of going for- ward with annexation of outlying areas to the City of Charleston A GAZETTE reporter at the scene seeking information about the latest flare-up in a series of violent incidents at several J R Maust strip and op- in the tri-county area was able to report this sequence of About 8 p m Saturday night Harold Tacy of Marlinton and Lonnie McLaughlin of ville guards at the Slaty Fork operation were their post near ambushed at the high operation in rugged Poca- hontas County mountain try They left the scene and re- ported the incident to Lowell Copeland superintendent of the operation Copeland notified Pocahontas THE SUNDAY PUBLICATION further quoted the mayor as ing said that he still considers his idea as something that tually is bound to occur Mayor Copenhaver would not amplify his statement would not state whether or not he was Oct i tn Adlai Sees Democratic House Win taking exception only to the line or to the quotations as well 10 Page Dr Alvarez 17 Astrological Forecast 19 Bob Considine 4 Comic Pages Puzzle 19 Editorials Columns 6 Gazette Want Ads Inez Robb 2 Obituary Funerals 12 20 Sports Pages racks of the state police can be accepted for such there for about 25 minutes Bowles arrest squired to the Court House These societies were pagan and believed that women existed only to be useful to men But when the Catholic i Church became the of Descriptive Ads t civilization it took the best parts of all preceding cultures and combined them into a way of life to elevate man And when the second part of the Holy Trinity was born of an earthly mother woman was lifted to great heights j For nine he Christ was closer to Mary than a rose to a rosebud And as a Bring Faster Results IT seems Gazette Readers are reading and heeding the ter described ads Gazette publishing With The over 350 rental and room ads daily it Is noted rental results are faster Adlai Stevenson predicted tonight the Democrats would win control of the House of Representatives in November by 30 or 40 seats Whirling in and out of que on his way to Taos N M for five days relaxation on the ranch of Democratic National Chairman Stephen Mitchell Stevenson said at a press I have noted a tremendous swing toward the Democratic party throughout the nation I think the Democrats will win County Sheriff R C Dilley and State Trooper Jesse Higby here Copeland and the guards drove here to report the incident when telephone contact could not be made While a party of law ment officers were driving back to the mine with Copeland and other employes of the operation at about 10 p m day they heard two explosions When they reached the scene of the operation they found that two huge diesel shovels and a drag line has been dynamited Trooper Higby said the miters had broken into the com- powder magazine pre- after having driven the guards off with gunfire He added that they stole explosives which they later used to mite the equipment Supt Copeland estimated today that damage to the equipment would amount to about He said there is enough vage left to possibly repair and put in operation one of the two shovels that were THE GROUP of sheriffs ties and Trooper Higby searched the rugged terrain in the vicinity of the Slaty Fork operation most of the night searching for clues Meanwhile at about a m today the third guard Green who was stationed on coal company some five miles from the blasted strip operation claimed that he was approached by four men whom he claimed were armed He made a quick in the darkness and re- ported the incident to company officials and police later this morning State police from Company C headquarters at Elkins headed by Capt B E Wright were joined today by state lice personnel from Marlinton Webster Springs and Richwood detachments in investigations Also joining the investigating party were Sheriffs Dilley of Pocahontas County and Earl Morton of Webster County Violence in the counties area in recent weeks has included the dynamiting of a bridge on a road Please Turn to Page 12 Col 7 IN COMMON PLEAS Court of Kent County Judge Arley B gee released him when bail of was provided on each of two counts of violating the state's school laws A further hearing was scheduled for Nov 3 Herman Brown attorney general represented the state affected by her love who asserted The State of ware recognizes the right of ful assembly and freedom of speech but will not tolerate the inciting of organized mob rule and mass hysteria calculated to disrupt the education of dren The NAAWP moved into the ford dispute at a Sunday meeting We can see His hands that someday would break three loaves oi bread into food enough for thousands accepting a single slice of bread from her This graat woman is whom we revere with this year's Holy Name rally whose theme is To Jesus Through Mary where ads go into more detail I of the House by 30 or FOR example these ads were air cancelled before noon the first MODERN 4 room 2 bedroom apartment with dinette kitchen completely Heating furnished Chesterfield Avenue S employed woman References TWO bedrooms Gentlemen only Call In person A SMALL 3 rooms Ave South Charleston I Remember don't sacrifice words two weeks ago Bowles had flown in from ington to speak at a scheduled mass meeting at the airport crowd estimated by police at first public appearance in The warrant for his arrest was had gathered for the ware one of the areas troubled in The sermon was followed by ai for fast iui u UIOJJULC a three weeks ago similar to the one recitation of the Rosary by all At Harrington Airport where for today That was Turn Pace 12 Col 6 w vr served by Maj Frederick Lamb of the Delaware State Police and Bowles promptly accepted it He was then brought to the Dover ed meeting many of Bowies ad- herents set about taking up a lection to supply bail Under Kent recent months by cleavage over the integration of Negro pupils into schools heretofore enrolling County law however only white pupils only Definition Chestnut A rabid chess GAZETTE Want Dial Str Winston Poses Problem to Painter LONDON Oct 10 Sir ston who is having his 40 cannot speculate on the Senate The unsuccessful 1952 ic presidential candidate took note of Vice President Richard charge today in Los Angeles that portrait reported to day to be adding a touch here and there after the artist has gone home The suggestions to offer Flashing a smile Stevenson Mr Nixon's remarks remind me of a wonderful and classic re- mark a woman juror made when she turned to a neighbor and said I don't want to listen to the dence I like to make up my own mind Earlier in Phoenix Stevenson told 350 Democrats at a fund ing diner that the Democratic Sunday Times said the prime minister is not proving easy subject for painter Graham Sutherland Churchill thinks as he poses and expressions on his expressive face are constantly changing As a painter himself he is con- stantly offering free advice Artist Sutherland is convinced the impish prime minister has been tampering with the work at Please Turn to Page 12 Col 4 night
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