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7 Sep 1953

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7 Sep 1953

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Beckley Raleigh Register (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Beckley, West Virginia Unity and welfare of labor emphasized in Holiday messages by the associated press labor Day traditional end of summer Holiday brought to american workers today new reminders that they Are immeasurably better off than their counterparts behind the Iron curtain it brought too declarations that they should be still better off. From two powerful Union leaders Dave Beck of the Al teamsters Union and John l. Lewis of the United mine workers came pleas for Unity in the organized labor movement. President Eisenhower at his vacation Headquarters in Denver issued a statement saying american workmen a mock the false insinuation that economic Well being can be purchased Only at the Cost of political a they Are the final answer to those who Prate of Freedom and practice slavery who excuse terror and aggression in the name of concern for the very workers whose lives they stifle a the president said. Former prescient Harry Truman used the occasion for a free swinging attack on the Republican administration. The Republican controlled Congress came in for attacks by president George Meany of the Al and Secretary treasurer James b. Carey of the Cio. Meany said on a lbs television program yesterday that Quot we have gone backwards in american since labor Day a year ago and he declared a we think the 83rd Congress has failed to do the things that Are vital to the welfare of the american people Carey on an Abc radio program said the new Republican regime had brought benefits Only to big business which he declared a reaped a multimillion Dollar i on the question of labor Unity teamsters president Beck recently named an Al vice president said. A fall labor must unite. We believe it will do so eventually. We urge it to act Quot in this spirit Quot Beck said a we Call upon the coming Al Conven a Tion to invite the Cio and John l. Lewis and his United mine workers to come into the Al before another labor Day the Al convention opens in the Cio have been discussing merger plans without Concrete evidence of any major Progress but Lewis has not been invited to take part. He said in a statement saturday night that the mine workers he Heads a express fervent Hope that a year hence will see the labor movement United and working As one for the economic social and political welfare of the people he added a however this will not be realized unless the memberships of the Trade unions Rise up and insist upon the leadership of their unions consummating organic Unity without a conferencing the matter to Cio president Walter Reuther on a television program from Detroit said inclusion of Independent unions like the mine workers in Unity plans would be discussed later to consider them now would toss too Many disruptive issues into the Al Cio merger talks he said. President David j. Mcdonald of the Cio United steelworkers in a statement issued at Pittsburgh said that a never greater cooperation Between labor and Industry to improve living standards for All americans is taking place at the grass roots in More and More Mcdonald also called for a a greater measure of labor Unity As an Aid to party leaders urge heavy Yale Iii primary Hale Tat since Mon Beckley s oldest institution vol. 71�?no. 66 Beckley w. Va., monday afternoon september 7, 1953 five cents left lights burning City policemen catch Man in Clark store seven accidental deaths recorded saturday sunday by the associated press the arrival of labor Day in j West Virginia found most of the state s citizens in the midst of Holiday activities some tradition by Audrey Riffe j smashing the Glass in the front Johnson ran to the Back door in ally reserved for the last Long City police thwarted a bold Rob door and did no to even bother to countered the two officers broke week end of summer Bery attempt of the Clark stores turn off the night lights which away and ran Back into the store. Sports events were scheduled in on Neville St., about 3 a in today Heaberlin had left burning. He one of the officers fired his pistol different parts of the state some and arrested Marcellous Johnson tried the Cash Register apparent once to frighten him. Johnson hid communities planned celebrations 32. Of Scott ave., Beckley. By Bent on taking Money instead in the store but the police soon and Many families reserved the the four officers who caught of merchandise. Found him. Day for picnics of visits Wuth the would be thief were still sleep i Heaberlin did no to know How offi sgt. W. E. We ebb said the state friends. My today when d. F. Heaberlin cers Learned Johnson was in the police also would question John More agreeable weather came store manager gave this account building but to o policemen climb son concerning the breaking and almost simultaneously with the of the arrested up the fire escape while two entering of Duffy s tavern at Holiday weekend As a record Johnson entered the store by others started in the front door. Stanaford. By the associated press at least 431 persons were dead in accidents As the 78-hour labor Day week end moved through its final Day today. Truman sap big . Hails Adenauer Jsu Buican s Victory in w Germany i _ i a by John Scali nervously awaited returns last weeks duration faded in the face Detroit Hpe former president Washington j1 a american of night wondering whether Dulles of Welcome rain. Harry s Truman told a labor Day Fici Ais joyfully hailed Chancellor last minute endorsement of Aden but the traditional Holiday audience a there Are plenty of signs Konrad Adenauer s German elec Auer might Boomerang. Adenauer a brought with it the almost Nevi of a return to the old philosophy ton Victory As a massive Diplomat opponents had denounced Dulles table toll of accidental deaths. By that the object of government is defeat for Russia and a powerful action As meddling in West Ger late sunday seven persons had to help big business gain for Western Unity. Many a internal affairs. Accidentally been killed in the Truman no frequently has Tak president Eisenhower vacation be vote for Adenauer a Coli state four of a hem on highways. In the position since he left the my in Denver was expected to Bon swelled to landslide proper i the Ariest Accident victims were White House that he wanted to a be Send a message of congratulations Bons however officials Here grew two Small negro children who charitable toward the new admin to the West German Leader reflect progressively More certain Dulles perished in a tire that destroyed v Quot i _ a i j. A i Hui flank /. Ins ass n i i t a re n a tally Sheet at City Hall which will be available for Public information is prepared by City recorder t. E. Bazzarre jr., for tomorrow primary election in Beckley. Midterm demo Parley faces fight rejection Washington up rejection of gov. G. Mennen Williams candidates make last efforts to gain votes by Lois Amick a heavy turnout of voters is predicted for Berkley a primary election tomorrow one in which 13,474 voters Are eligible to select a City ticket and political committees from 50 candidates from the Republican and democratic parties. Election supplies were placed in the hands of 17 precinct commissioners saturday and for the first time in 27 years the commissioners getting the supplies were republicans. Heretofore the City recorders were democrats and naturally voted with the democratic ballot commissioner in the selection. Saturday City recorder t. E. Bazzarre jr., voted with ballot commissioner Del mag Elkins Over democratic commissioner Berkley Lilly in placing supplies in Republican hands. Hulett c. Smith chairman of Chambers who is seeking re Nomi the City democratic executive nation said he would a be around committee this morning said that town All Day and possibly make a the Opportunity of selection of contacts. I he mayor added that a i Hope a lot of people turn out to the candidates for municipal office Yote by a primary has Long been the p0 inf place a or tomorrow desire of the majority of the dem primary election Are socratic precinct i a Raleigh county Smith said it is a my sincere be courthouse 2 a Duncan Catron Lief that at tomorrow s election motor cd on Prince Street 3�? Central Junior High school 4�? the democratic voters will turn Johnstown Road in basement of out and nominate those candidates cinder lock building at Jefferson that they can proudly and with Street and Johnstown Road 5�? out hesitation support for election Lincoln elementary school 6�? Beckley coloured Grade in october As True representatives school. 7 _ armory on Park of the democratic party and who Avenue 8 a Woodrow Wilson will give Beckley a City adminis High school cation mat we can Point to with g _ Institute elementary school pro to a East Park Grade school Ben tissue spokesman for the Republican City executive com Mittee and past chairman today said that a the primary became i possible Only because the Republican executive committee joined _ with the democratic committee in requesting a primary before la _ in Council chamber of City City Council. Hall 12 a Harper Road in Pat tissue said it was the Hopes of Wheeler plumbing shop 13 a coca the Republican Council that there cola building on South Oakwood a will be a Large percentage of Avenue 14 a Beckley Floral shop voters going to the polls tomorrow on Elkins Street 15 a Sylvia a to make their Choice of Candi elementary school 16 a White dates for if they do not do this stick in Stone building at Corner of. The primary method will be sub Marshall Avenue and Vance drive ejected to a a to see vote map Page to me new am a in we us Naii it Auci jew cd. A a. ,. ,.a w the same criticism As and 17�?stratton in Jones Sandwich is ration while it is getting its feet Ting the keen satisfaction Felt by unscheduled support did not Cost a Charleston Home late yesterday a proposal. For a 1954 midterm j Michigan. A my a oium o a i the convention it namely that Cand shop on new Raleigh Road. On Tho ground. Aid he did t or entire Nica Tion. vote and. If anything. Jamea a. Burnie. Demode Uenta a . Win be Ute Choice of a voting poll. Wilt be open from think the people voted last fall for Secretary of state Dulles who a change in the social and Cen warned thursday an Adenauer de Strong and prosperous Quot a a a form h German political parties Especial Highway accidents took the lives Cago. To join in the criticisms. In Jarge numbers a Brut that is the kind of change a not surprised when informed j pleased diplomatic experts on of Richard Lusty. 25, of Ashford. democrats who have de there also is expected to be Dis arr111nj a a he said in a Ore �rce8 had Germany. P Boone county a 6-month-Oid negro Cia Al them loyalty to the National Cussion of the Republican policy infant daughter of mrs. Hellen party and their willingness to of increasing interest rates on gov helped. The crushing defeat communists and the 3 and Milton Pendleton. 3 months cast today among party members Ott on the Eisenhower Nistra Ampey red Faith m Puma re 6 30 t0 730 according dealt the win died when the Home of j Amos preparing for a showdown on toe Lon s farm program Here again _ it Tutu Quot i right Wing Burnside or. Was razed. A a a method of selecting candidates and to Bazzarre. Issue at next weeks rally in Chi most of the democrats Are willing he it electorate win turn out we Are getting he said in a pre won a sweeping Victory Taiedi add Ess at a a it Radii i Dulles made this comment at the Igan do and Al groups in Cadu-,30 a Denver after arriving a lie singled out the. Plan. For. Round of a Cret for Mon s policies on nicest Rales la it a Ltd a a quoth a a Bor Public housing Power and the a Fnu a Germany Quot that s wonderful a said one of Simmons of Cleveland Bonds a move governments efforts to balance the if Dulles was not surprised most or ii tin identified negro Man whose body sex by cutting ,.on., Detent c a a Des were. Go appropriations. Adenauer s smashing Triumph More important they said the a we have to put first things far exceeded the most optimistic overwhelming scope of the Victory first a he said. And the Security prediction of key officials who will serve As a powerful almost finial s.,Hun to Tho of a Richard or support of its 1956 nominees Ern ment the German communist Max ret Franklin Ware 4 Charleston and joined with others who Are Balking democrats have described As King in outer St h.5 bin toppled a Quot a a a a a a . At a 4 Ovady oath Ceremeno in my the Cost of Loans for Farmers 50 candidates w Pocahontas county. 0dd> sing the off year convention and Small business men Dulles chief aides saw the Aden the seventh victim was an in idea sen. Hill a Ala it among others any such party gathering and safety of this nation comes ahead of everything else As far As i am concerned. I done to see How anyone can take chances with National defense at this time in the world s he added a first class air Force and an air raid defense system would be Worth quite a lot to us now a even if it unbalanced the budget for a while and deferred a tax Cut for some years to i on labors own front he said its leaders have the responsibility of one recaptured Navy deserters leap from train no the. Disaster was found floating in the Kanawha said could Only Breed disunity in Advance of next year s congressional elections. Hill. An Active campaigner in 1952 for former gov. Adlai e. I Stevenson of Illinois has called on All party members to abide by the loyalty pledge. Unexpected stimulant to Pep up the faltering drive toward Western european Unity. The most far reaching repercussions should be in France they said. The re election of Adenauer a moderate government plus the resounding defeat suffered by the Neo nazi parties should ease the French fear of a revival of Hitler six area pow s will arrive in u. S. Wednesday by Peggy Kessinger six area men three not men court to review insurance ruling Oasis it Tell Story of life in lied prison William n. Oatis the a Cor Type militarism they reasoned. Oak Hux a two men charged Adenauer s big margin they he Ned previously in lists of beholding the gains that labor has with desertion from the Navy Are said. Was in effect a vote of con Patriate prisoner a Are due to a made a a holding them against a he objects of a search in Fayette Tidence in the european army too rive wednesday at san Francisco spirit of reaction that is using the county. Since West Germany under Aden with 318 former prisoners of War. Election results of last fall to get they escaped about Midnight Auer s Fra ridership was the Only a Back in the Saddle saturday from a Chesapeake and Lon Complete ratification but he also told them they had Ohio passenger Tram As it was membership while Many Beckle Yans were enjoying labor Day the last fling Many summer by vacationing or visiting in other states most of the Ere working on Hometown stomping grounds making personal election contacts. All of the mayoralty candidates were in Beckley. Elmer Davis of Hume court democratic Candi respondent who spent two years Date said he was spending a most in a czech prison has written his of the Day looking after routine own Story busine., and will spend some time the b a a a Ami n q a a a a with my family. As to political activities he said he a a might see win reappear in the sunday Regis the supreme court today agreed a few ter sept. 13, Over the first of a on the opposite Side of the party 3-2, to review a $500 judgment Davis opponent on the demo series of articles Oatis has written Fence. Gov. Hugh White of missis awarded James Green against the cratic ticket. Earl c. Carter of giving a vivid description of his Sippi who wants the loyalty oath farm Bureau Mutual insurance Garden Terrace left Home a Early or fit a abolished has attacked the mid co in Raleigh county circuit tyls morning and. According to a. Term convention proposal. Court. His wife will be Quot Busy All a a tvs a native of Indiana went x St Southern democrats appear the judgment was awarded to in Republican Side of the a a per in a a a a a a a bec0� entry believe that any attempt on cover medical expenses in co mayor nomination race t. R. Wil i u associated press by the part of a 1954 convention to a a Ltd it it a a a injuries surname by or said a we uld be in re a reporting the new. Of cliche adopt a set of principles for the Ltd Reen the Nam imm topped own a Pun do some Cam. Slovaks. Hts efforts to get the congressional Campaign would�?�1 8 a raise the controversial civil rights Ilat ure rights issues causing the part of a 1954 convention to Nevion Wuu injuries son jr., said he would a be in ,. Of principles for the Green when an automobile slipped in do some Cam. Slovakia. Would off a Lack while he Vas flying a paining a a curler Allen of news would de considered Norma Houston ave said a a in a coma to in any Counti a with a free press the insurance company contend a agora a a Nair no a _ the but they were not to the liking of a greater responsibility that of leaving Thurmond station. Acting a not just As the represent a third Man who escaped with1 tives of a particular group but As them was apprehended about 9 30 leaders in promoting the welfare . Sunday at Stone Cliff As and Progress of the whole coun the attempted to hitch hike a ride n. With 378 former prisoners of red in its Appeal petition that of ii is xlsr./e0 in ear a or to that a it tyls a sgt. Charles h. Pane of Oak a a its b civilian payroll total increases to his Home. Officers identified him As Lacy Howard Cadie 18, of crab Orchard. I sought by the officers Are James Bill gravely 20, of Philippi and William Robert Smith 19, of Hunt-1 in ton. Under military guard the three men were in route from Ashland 14 persons killed in Chicago flames at the Chicago of part controversies gathering and concentrate on is Browning would Hava in used n a hich All of the democrats a Hill pfc. Jackson t. Mays mrs. Hazel j. Mays who we As among the first men to be taken sues prisoner in july 1850 can a Iee obie Chr White of Wirt who <im1k k vim a. At in Ai. Ai i it do incr be l4�?~ 1s expected t0 no August into the administration for bringing a big business ii to in the automobile. Judges w t. Lovins and Chaun the Appeal. Sheriff of Harrison county succumbs Washington Jid a report government increased during the the number 127,124 ky., to the naval base at Norfolk so de was reported missing 1950. Chicago lips fourteen persons also aboard ship Are sgt. Eur ,. A Lcuio Nonn including seven children died to Gene Pitsenbarger. Son of or. And 8,v,�?� Nornen m Nin a Day when a fire flashed through mrs. Henry f. Pitsenbarger of Sweyn old four Story building in a White Sulphur Springs Cpl. Eudell Lon Inee c congested Section of the South Davidson brother of mrs. Ray run communist officials in Prague. The secret police arrested Oatis in april 1951, and built up a charge of espionage against him. The u. S. State department denounced the charges and his trial As a travesty of Justice. Oatis spent Clarksburg .4 a Keith o More than two years in prison cells Baumgardner Harrison county near Prague before he was re sheriff suffered a fatal heart at leased last May. Tack today in his residence behind on his return to the United the courthouse. States he had to undergo extensive the fire department emergency medical treatment he was eager state police predicted heavy squad tried unsuccessfully to re to write his own Story in his own the 19�?� presidential traffic this afternoon and tonight Vive Baumgardner at the scene words but doctors for a time per presi ent in the big labor Day homeward re then was taken to a Hospital fitted him to w Ork Only an hour where he was pronounced dead on a Day. In this connection sen. Douglas traffic record Lear As Holiday nears end and former will speak briefly at movement. Sen. Byrd Vuk. A the Tram left the Thurmond two buildings on either Side of a Jackie Stinson Henry Green of Glen Morgan and the dinner a the Pattie sunday w As extremely arrival it state police county officers and Ine la Jer building Ca o special agent Byron l. State St housed an estimated 75 Stevenson will report on his world Light compared with saturday i he a Sal i today the Oatis will or. However no serious collisions had Baumgardner was the father of relate in the articles the methods today to b e x Baumgardner. Cleveland the secret police used in obtaining Browns football player and former his a a confessions to charges of spy at West Virginia ing and disclose various aspects of his imprisonment. A a compan seemed to Backfield Star University _ a a pfc. White was listed a prisoner in a report he made Public As Slater Are conducting the search. Persons and possibly More police a i Hiang song pow Camp after airman of the joint committee said. The residents of the other was taken a prisoner with the a two buildings one at 3614 and the 24tb division. On Jan. 26, 1953, other at 3618 State St., totalled the to it Pai tent of defense listed Cha on reduction of nonessential fed eral expenditures Byrd said higher costs for fewer workers resulted from these causes a i. Lump sum payments for accumulated annual leave to employees separated and �?o2. Pay raises to Federal employees largely Blue Collar whose compensation is determined by local wage first Tenor Dies while singing at revival meeting 75 additional persons. Him As captured. Forty pieces of fire fighting sgt Pitsonbarger was serving equipment fought the extra alarm we to the second division at the Blaze which reportedly started in los capture on dec. I the rear of a business establish i a i 4 held at the Chiang ment at 3616 State St. The so or pow c amp. _ neighbourhood is heavily populated p a Vic son had been a Pris Manne colonel and a Young air a it is fantastic that while singing first by negroes. Oner sine november 1950. He p0ice lieutenant said today there could believe that sort put words in my Mouth and i said confess or die Choice Given yank airmen Tiff offers new plan for Trieste disposal Guiseppe Acciola rides of funeral Home wed. Mullens Tenor Wuth the Lusk quartet at a i tent revival at Sand Rock sunday Virgil c. Lusk suffered a heart attack and died at 8 15 . He was 49. A Farmer of Sand Rock he was born there oct. 14, 1903, the son of funeral services will be con or Aglaica. Yugoslavia Jyo w. And Frances Morgan Lusk ducted Here at to wednesday the world studied a new proposal who survive. He was unmarried. For Guiseppe Caccilia 532, of de from Yugoslavia a president Tito funeral services will be held at troit mich., who died in a Hospi today for the disposal of Trieste. I . Tuesday at the Lusk Home Tai there. He wants the big Adriatic port with the Rev. Edgar Beverly and rites will be conducted in the already has notified his family of his impending visit Home. Sgt. Stinson has wired his family de by Robert b. Tuckman j asked if the charges were True sleep there on a Small Tab with would do it and they could say a Inchon. Korea a a greying the 45-year-old Schwable answered j out moving. Without exercise. Do a from the cold. Anybody a after a while it gets a Man Schwable said it was then he of thing Down. Every Day an interpreter made up his mind to sign a con w As sing Only one Way out of a Contes \ could be used. It is utterly Fantas came in and asked me to confess fission a a Damn Good plan so germ warfare charges tic. When i refused that he would be Home Friday. Sept. La. He had been held As a prisoner since dec. I 1950. Ith Schwable was captured in july turn around and leave me he would just downright ridiculous that i Don t i could either die from their 1952 when he and his co Pilot maj. A they hammered away his Way mental treatment or serve my Roy h. Bley of Cabool. Mo., were i through september. In octo when it got a bit cooler. And then in november when it got repatriated prisoners gel riotous Welcome placed under International control the Rev. Wirt Hatfield officiating. I Chapel of the Calfee funeral Home i for Ltd a Onei of War with Yugoslavia to get the rest burial will be made in the family with the Rev. Father John Halpin an almost a Inton u Xref ? Fly x cd. J a. In a a a 1 ill to an almost riotous Welcome Hor of the disputed territory. A cemetery at Sand Rock. Officiating. Burial will follow Tito made his proposals yester a in addition to his parents stir Sunset memorial Park. Day in a speech to a cheering i visors include four Brothers. Clar he was a Veteran of world War \ relatives Quot and Quot Appi oxi Matel a 300 country better by giving the con shot Down Over North Korea Monist the fantastic information they said col. Frank h. Schwable. Who was freed Only yesterday from a red War prisoner Camp in Norolf the chinese gave me a Choice Charleston api a five Repa 0f life or death. They put a no words in my Mouth and i said a Home them sad by. Floyd b. Of Neal in j Here today. F Fairfax. S c a crowd of a on feb. 22, 1953, the red piping radio broadcast a Long a a confessions saying Schwable took part in germ warfare under direction of the u. S. Joint chiefs of staff. Schwable said today a a Man can Only take so much. Crowd of More than 250,000 Yugo Jence Glen arid the Rev. Raymond t and formerly resided in Lester. Landing Gale Utkan wive in a a f to i inst a thl it int Edv so a. Parkin this Hamlet five ask it o ,d Rock. Rid , he had been Detroit about cd Monk sigm Quot old Lor x no rom Esuf Efrom the i Ahab Border. Of two tit unt. , Home Banner a a a a Golem no Matteos Craw the weather mrs. Ted Kenedy of Coal Wood survivors include a brother a acct i and mrs. Cecil Keneda of Han Charley Caccilia Lannutti. Of Les Over ter and a mrs. Cosima Virginia a vim alibis 1 the body will be removed to the Sippo of Union City n. J. Clear and Cool tonight Low 42-50 residence at 5 30 today from the body wll remain at the tuesday sunny with Little change the Robertson and Foglesong fun in temperature. Neral Home Calfee funeral Home hour of the service. Until the Uel inside cold. A they gave me padded clothing a its Good but sitting in one position slowly freezes a Man i suffered frostbite on my fingers and. Then i started thinking about the j a Caj Atwol cold and How they would leave me a i told them i would stand be a Here to die from i Tell you the truth when i fore god and swear that germ Schwable said a chinese colonel was repatriated. I expected to be met by military policemen who a know How they Ever swallowed it. A i made it sound realistic by naming dates and places the plan would have to have some realism but sense would Tell whoever heard it that it was All so ridiculous. A i Hope to god i did make it ridiculous i Pray to god i a i want to make Clear i had confession or death Quot Schwable said other fliers returned on the final warfare had never been used. Yet commanding a special Camp hav Exchange said the reds got they never asked me to swear for a bacteriological bastards Quot told would arrest me As a a Ith that my confession was True him a. A fall they wanted was words with. A you will Clear this problem or signature. Truth meant nothing you will never leave this Valley the five returning soldiers were a wounded Man s ear. To them just the big even after the peace is sgt. Homer g. Nahlin of Charles Schwable and of Neal met news How did the reds do it _ signed ton. Cpl. John a. Kirk of Malden men after a Day s rest and de a simply slow mental torture a i believed him a said Schwable Cpl. William g Messer of Keith scribed How the reds relentlessly Over a Long time Quot j weeks went by. The red pressure Boone county Cpl. Daniel l. John son of Hinton and Cpl. Roy e Farley of Buckhannon. Round away at their resistance they put him in solitary a never ceasing he said he knew with threats physical torture and tiny lean to. The reds would not kill him be unceasing questioning. I a they made me sit there and cause they figured the weather vote of Earl c. C Arter democratic Candida to for mayor City or but Psi a t<�4ra Man who will Bervy you Well

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