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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 4, 1954, Bluefield, West Virginia RECOVER BODY... , Second body ef drowning tragedy recovered from New River. Funeral service« will be held jointly today. For details of recovery, see story Page J. luefïdil Vol. LIX, No. 216 •»ne*. BlacfUu, w. V*„ ander »et of March S. 1ST«. Bluefield, W. Va., Wednesday Morning» August 4, 1954 elrgraplj PARTLY CLOUDY ... Huh 78-81 ea*l; Si-92 west. Scattered thundershowers Wednesday afternoon and night. Thors-day rather cloudy, showers in Demos Nominate Clark And Incumbents Richardson, Johnston For Delegates TOW SWEENEY (R) U. S. Senate ELIZABETH KEE (D) Congress. 5th District Matoaka Family Injured In Car-Truck Crack-Up; Mrs. J. W. Tilley Critical Pr°be Group LYNN SWIGER (D) State Senate. 10th Distrlct No Volunteers For ‘Censure’ ROBERT RICHARDSON (D) House of Delegates G. T. JOHNSTON (D) House of Delegates ANDREW CLARK (D) House of Delegates ‘Inside Tip’ Halts 2nd Break At Mingo Jail A Matoadca couple and three of their children were injured, the mother critically, when the family car collided with a trailer truck yesterday morning on Route 19-21, near the intersection of the Gardner road at Spanlshburg. Hospitalized were Mr. and Mrs. James Warren Tilley and three of their sons, Randall. Gary and Ronnie. Two other sons. Douglas and Stephen, received only slight injuries. Mrs. Tilley suffered a fractured pelvis and leg. lacerations on the forehead and other minor injuries. She was jammed under the auto’s instrument board by the force of the collision. Her husband, driver of the car, has a chest injury. Ransinll received a fractured clavicle, Gary, a fractured arm and Ronnie, a fractured leg. The boys are aged two to 13. Truck Occupants Unhurt Trooper L. P. Mullins, who arrived at *he crash scene at 11:30 a. m.. said the truck driver. Lona irear Willard Forrester of Kannapolis. N. C., and his companion. D. M Moser of Greensboro, N. C., were uninjured. Mullins said Tilley lost control of his Ford sedan when it went off the berm. He made a sharp swerve back onto the highway, swinging into the Central Motor Lines Co. truck. Forrester, the truck driver, put on his brakes and pulled to the right in an attempt to avoid the collision. Mullins said, but hit the car broadside. The Tilley car went on to hit a 1949 Mercury coupe owned by Philip s. Dalton and parked at Christian’s Place, causing some damage to the third car’s side. The Ford was a total loss. Trooper * Mullins said, and damage to the tractor trailer was estimated at I $1.000.    I Tilley Is employed at a Tralee Speculations Run Rampant On Time To Finish Trial' WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 (¿P)— Senate leaders started a hunt today for members of a new committee to investigate Sen. McCarthy (R-Wis.). Sen. Ferguson (R-Mich.) said nobody is lobbying fori the assignment. But Demo-j WILLIAMSON. Aug. 3 Night cratic Leader Lyndon John-1 Jailer Arch HRtfield said today he son (Tex.) said he doesn’t received an ‘ inside tip” and pre-| “subscribe to the idea that1 vented the second break from the    thA    oAnQtft    i J    , Mingo County jail within a week.    senate    is    a    bunch    of Five prisoners escaped from the    cowards’’ and    that    he expects jail through a hole knocked in the    no    difficulty    In    linintr    un rear wall last Thursday. Only one, thrao 20-year-old Everett Brown of Lo- „ Democrats to serve, bato. has been recaptured, and he “Is opposite number in the Reis contesting extradition from Pike- ;pJib|‘pan ranks, Sen. Knowlandj ville, Ky.    ;    Calif)    stood by predictions the | Hatfield said he discovered two committee would be picked within locks broken on an iron door 48 hours.    ^    | through which 17 prisoners, in-    Speculate On Time eluding four juveniles, would have    «.      * had access to the flimsy wall for the    GOP    Polirv PnmmHjii    tJn a second break-through    policy    Committee,    told P,u? l. tilLent. was KfWh“''opllVS^b. placed in solitary confinement    ot.ttlil"    ‘n ““ .broken lock« we-e <U.-I ..Thli haJ    . «emblence.” he    said. “of    being    a    criminal case as    well as a civil case.” I RED THOMASON (D) County Court M. M. NEELY <D) U. S. Senate R. E. BARNETT <NP) Board of Education C. R. JUSTICE ÍNP) Board of Education Huge Trans-Continental Plane Crashes With 37 Aboard; Only 12 Injured Barnett Re-Named And C. R. Justice Elected To Mercer Education Board Thomason Sweeps To Victory In County Court Race, Mercer County Gives Sweeney, Neely And Mrs. Kee Large Majorities In Light Balloting Despite Good Weather years rolled on to certain vie- Roben" Richards on antTo"?*    1lncumbent& tory tonight in his bid for re- Clark as membe s nf he h! ‘ ’ and aIS0 Andr€w nomination to the U.S. Sen- yesterday.    Delegates    at the polls Taking a lead in early re- the Mercer^Counfv Snf0LB1Ui!liId was renamed to turns, the 79-year-old veteran I Jnstira    I Education, along with C. P seeking to begin his 34th year Incumbents Forge Ahead; Marland Candidates Trail CHARLESTON, W. Va., Aug 3 (/P)—Matthew M. Neely, a Democratic power in West I Virginia for more than 40! year-old veteran | .-uatlce. retired Princeton arhool man.’АпоШег^оо! in Congress with a fifth term in the Senate, amassed more than three times their combined total with about half McDowell Gives Taylor Majority of the votes counted. PRESTON. Conn., Aug. 3 (Jp) Thirtv-*ev*n    ^    Speech crewmen, among them two babies, cheated death todav^rfTn J 243 of 2.925 precincts Neely,' Incumbent State Senator rienn 288»? * “* tra“»° Constellation b.ttlin, raln .¡S'    M.tewan    wa,    .Iven'S incumbent, Garfield Burton of Princeton, was running no better than fifth in the eight man contest and definitely was out of contention after ballots had been tabulated from 85 of the county’s 93 precincts shortly before midnight. Swiger Claims Mercer Mercer County gave Lynn Swlg-er of Hinton, incumbent, a wide covered, the jailer said. 4-State Primary rv I A    I I • I . . -    __    (j > By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS As a former judge, he said, he thought the trial could be completed in two five-day working weeks. Many senators consider that estimate far too optimistic. .4s for finding what Knowland has called “fin^ able” nonpartisans for the investigating commit- McDowell Miner Shot In Squabble for two hours Twelve were listed as hurt, but half or them only superficially. Among the most seriously injured was the pilot, Capt. Jean Caboche of Paris There was fear he would t? «/mSo    i    Curtt.    niK.««    V ,    I    Sweeney,    the    GOP    candidate    In , “    ^mous    that    no    one    |    rvS5iSrSlbs?n*    a Coalwood. Me-; two previous elections, had 37.118 ,?la co?l rolner. was ¡votes writh 1251 precincts reporting For the Republican nomination to the U. S. Senate, Thomas B. Sweeney of Wheeling took a strong lead over Latelle M LaFollette, Charleston attorney and business man. Rep. Dewey Short, waging the!tee. Ferguson remarked: mine and is operator of Denver I fight of his political life after 22 Echols’, mill dam near Spanish-burg. Mr. and Mrs. Tilley and one son were taken to Memorial Hospital. Princeton, by a Bailey Funeral Home ambulance and the other four boys were driven by Kelly Wooten of Spanishburg. Jet Crash Kills Pilot Six Hurt „    ,    ..    ,    .    .    “This    is    the    first    time    when    no years in Congress, jumped into an one has approached me or lob-early lead for Republican renomi- bied me inside or outside the Sen-nation in Missouri’s primary elec-iate chamber.” ary for governor, with the winner to face Gov. G. Mennen Williams, who had no Democratic primary opposition in his bid for an un-WANTAGH. N.Y., Aua. 3 OB—A Pr«ed'"<fd fourth straight term, crippled Air Force jet lighter incpmbènt'ôôngrèslmen seeking SSir* Ä»>. '°uî renomination TÄ ffi UOri    »w.    Sidestepping    a    direct. Immedi- In Kansas, wheie Republican ate showdown on the issue of con-nommwlon muany meaM elKlion demning McCarthy's conduct, the o, reorU^    ft“».    aron;?en,te V°t?<1 7542 >»« m*ht 10 of Georgf Templar in the GOP: turn over charges against the Wis- primary for governor.    consin senator to a special com- And in Michigan. Donald S. mittee of three Republicans and Leonard jumped ahead of three three Democrats opponents in the Republican prim- today, then crashed and exploded like a bomb in this Long Island town. An entire neighborhood was rocked and 37 homes damaged. The pilot was killed. Six persons on the ground were injured, none gravely. Scores of others narrowly escaped as the doomed plane just missed their homes. Eye witnesses said the pilot fought to the end to crash his plane into the street rather than into buildings. He previously had tried In vain to force it out to sea. He was Identified by the Air Force as Capt. William Welland, hii ?L£fru’ ,U1‘ ,wh0 lived with his family at Milford, Del. The i?«mPi?ne nigh\ was on ita from Dover. Del to Bangor. Me Plowed a hole 15 feet JS 88 14 fam* down on Denver Sat himlSf Btl w 5treet 0f Sma11-neat bungalows. Its heavy engine was hurled two blocks engine Metal debris from the plane rocketed for a half mile in all directions, damaging many homes ing enomeiethpft thai;red and *m°k-. the searing explosion blow n Tn WA6re s™a6hed ^d doors mown in. A parked auto was He- twisferf'«^ 1® bicycles lay twisted and smashed where thpir owners had abandoned them. were all ahead or without opposition. Forty-one seats were at stake Light voting and generally drab Accusations Overlap Forty-six specific accusations, some of them overlapping, are on file against McCarthy. They range from abuse of witnesses, to dishonoring the nation and improperly accepting $10,000 from a housing corporation for a booklet on housing. Knowland predicted the Senate can wind up its legislative chores was killed. Skidded On Belly Caboche had guided the big plane T U’T ? Idlewild Airport, its .mmediate destination. Turned back by the weather, he was groping for a landing place when the Plane came down in this small %f^wCon2ec^cut town between Noiwich and New London, about iso miles from New York The plane skidding along on its belly, gouged a track across & field fcr about half a mile before it rose again into the air. It then sheered off the top of a low of trees as if some one had clipped them with a giant scythe ” a witness said, smashed into the ground again and skidded through the yard of the home of Valentine oC DitStl&n 1 By a bare 50 feet, a wing tip missed the porch where one of Sebastian s small twin sons was Playing. As it hurtled on. the plane slammed through a small outbuilding containing -    -    .    -    w    -    —    —------—-—       an    automobile campaigning were reported in all by Aug. 14.    which    was    demolished. four states.    “Then.”    he said, ‘‘if we want to! No sooner had the plane finally Short, chairman of tne powerful remain in session two weeks or come to a halt than flame an- a fa A a»«    ...    -    *    ,    1    ^ Special Grand Jury To Weigh Trooper Killing today to consider the charges against two men charged with murder in connection with the death of a state trooper and two ci!iffrsJ:halrged with ^lonious assault si the same case. Th* Grand Jury will meet here Thursday. It wjll consider the CIiar«es against Hershel Akers and Garland Adkins, both accused of murder, and W. B. Akers and Paul Kennedy, charged with felonious Msault upon an officer. The charges against the four r°f the d«th of ^ «v. j ? 1 " a state trooper, who died July 23 in a Norton hospital of bullet wounds received July 22 when he attempted to j «U0 a fight between Akers and Ralph Nixon near Coeburn. p m Grand Jury £ere D. F Flanery and J. H Skaggs of Norton, C. E. Purcell of St. Paul. Charles Asher Jr. of Big Stone Gap, George B. Taylor of o/ poundL* °*P and 0wen Bolling House Armed Services Committee, ie running in a district where Republican nomination usually means election. Facing him was State Sen. Noel Cox, whose election cry was “It’s time for a change.” In the first 161 of 481 precincts reported Short had 12,191 and Cox 8,378. Five of Missouri’s Democratic congressmen and one Republican were nominated without opposition. Two Democrats and one Republican facing opposition were well ahead. Michigan Race In Michigan’s Republican race for governor, Leonard had 16,164 votes with 382 of the state’s 4.783 precincts counted. Trailing were State Treasurer D. Hale Brake with 13,138, Secretary of State Owen J. Cleary with 10.306, and former Lt. Gov. Eugene C. Keyes with 6,671. In Michigan’s Democratic primary for UJS. senator. Patrick V. McNamara, an AFL leader, held a 2-1 lead over the late Blair Moody, who piled up a memorial vote with CIO backing. Sen. Homer Ferguson won the Republican nomination without opposition. In Kansas, the 38-year-old Hall, campaigning on a slogan of “Clean out the State House,” held a narrow margin over Templar, the state GOP organization candidate. With returns from 946 complete and 174 incomplete precincts out of 2,922 in the state, Hall had 44,568 to Templar’s 39,744. George Docking, Lawrence bank ?£\i?ulled steadily ahead of Mayor William C. Salome of Wichita in Kansas’ Democratic primary for governor. The count in 938 complete and 173 incomplete precincts D 0 c k 1 n * 18>04S. Salome 14,490. French Novelist Dies a month we can do so.” But he said there was another possibility—that between now and the 14th the committee could report back in the form of a request for more time. In that event, the Senate might take brief recesses or a single long one, while House members could go back home to campaign. While Vice President Nixon will appoint the six-man investigating committee, Ferguson said he assumed Knowland and Johnson would be consulted for recommendations. He said he hadn’t been consulted and the matter wasn’t discussed at a meeting today of the GOP Policy Committee. Bobo’s Storybook Marriage Ends In $5 Million Alimony RENO, Nev., Aug. 3 UP)—Barbara <Bobo> Sears Rockefeller ^o-day divorced Winthrop Rockefeller thus ending the storybook — but stormy — marriage of the blonde coal miner’s daughter and the millionaire. Bobo, 37, exchanged her divorce decree for a reported 5ft million dollar settlement which she said would be tied up in trust for any children of her son—Winthrop Paul She told a news conference after the divorce she will get a yearly amount for herself and her son— ‘enough to live on.” She refused to amplify, saying, “I prefer not to say any more about the settlement. These are things we just don’t discuss.” However, one of Bobo's six at- ------  torneys    said    ‘‘a great portion of PARIS. Allf. 3 ut ■_ Gabrielis    “> Colette, 81, world famous French novelist, died at her home tonight Her works were popular in * ranсe and in translation in many other countries for more than a half century. After years of popular acclaim she reached the pin- volving securities and stocks. Mrs. Rockefeller, deeply tanned and appearing relaxed, stepped into the closed court of District Judge John S. Be’ford this morning. surrounded by her battery of New York lawyers. nacle in 1935 when she’was"nam<»‘d    ,mlnute®    later    was a member of the Goncourt Arad w 1 dlvorce on ground «my, a limited group of    !    thf    b««n    *    pearated    from French writers,    ‘    |October^*1*51    Rock«f®U«r «ince pcaied on one of the wings. Passengers Dazed Dazed and bewildered, passengers scrambled to the field before e reacbed them. rw ^eii0l^ly !njur®d- including Capt. Caboche with a severe com-pound fracture of the left leg and safety    WCle    carried 10 Piane carried a crew of 8 and 29 passengers, including 3 clr’ dren, 4 weeks, 2 years and 9 yean a ^ne ®Dgrlitly injured survivor Aaron Rosenstein. 55, of New York said the passengers were scream-mg before the crash, but all agreed there was no panic. wiT^hl11 ihet rear of th® 0lane weie the fortunate ones, said Denyse Hebert. 26. of Longueuil Que making her.first flight. She said she escaped injury because “I was in the back -Tic S!!™ 6 ?p I?*0?1 were hurt* bu* the Peopie rnback were all right.” MiL He£rF?Me<l 80 ?Uicklv that M3.SS Hebert didn t realize the danger NeTvJ^ circliung ai'ound over New Yoik for an hour and a half trying to land,” she said. “They LTh ia8ten our safety belts’; Unded”    W*    knew*    w* —  + .nlght outside a! with 18,532 for LaFollette.' ment reportedly abouf * car™?’! 0i th* ‘six •siuinif Congressmen cident in which he had been \n W ior «nomination, R«P- Harley volved earlier in    n in' Staggers, Second District Dem ocrat. and Rep. Will E. Neal. Fourth District Republican, were named without opposition. Incumbents Well Ahead The other four incumbents— Democratic Reps. Robert B. Mol-lohan of the Fiist, Cleveland M Bailey of the Second. Mrs. Elizabeth Kee of the Fifth and Robert C. Byrd of the Sixth—were well ahead in the early returns. What little heat the*e was generated by the campaign developed from reports that Gov. William C. Marland was attempting to “purge” some key members of a predominantly Democratic Legislature which had proved unfriendly to him in 1953. Marland. a re volved earlier in the day Sgt. C. B. Dye of the Welch fnfv,« i?10 ice Detachment said authoiities were holding Aught Sey iSmith’ 59’ also of Coal- xln connection with the 2S1niift >r,es had be'n made Dye said Gibson reportedly accused Smith’s son ?t®f0ard> of driving the car that struck his own vehicle yesterday. The argument occurred on the road outside Smiths home at Coalwood. A free-for-all fight followed tne aigument, Dye sard, and someone pioduced the pistol that fired the ratal shot. There was some question about who held the pistol when it was fired. Gibson was shot through the abdomen. He was rushed to Grace Hospital in Welch where he Mercer County court, was given a wide majority. Bouh Mrs. Elizabeth Kee, Congress woman from the Fifth District, and Senator M. M. Neely of Fairmont, seeking re-election. midnight. Taylor had been vigorously opposed by the state house machine and backed just as strongly by the Courthouse faction of the Democrat party. Incumbent Criminal Court Judge Richard Parsons has an estimated majority of about 2,000 votes over Jack Marinari, prosecuting attorney who was a candidate for the judgeship. Jt£??2:ra5 apparently nomlnat-. .................. I,.1 L .Le House of Delegates were < Democrat nod for the West Vir- Sra. w.Tr&cffiso^ i “ii’ TT Spn•,or,*, Irvin Saunders 7393 Ora l V^n’ < In«umb«nt Lyn Swiger of Hln-ters 5009. Venters mtii n>an m \ L°n „had 2'“7 volM *• 3-2s‘ the list, was 350 to 400 votes in ! 2 T f/ / “f ^nl,ln' * le>d front of the two next nearest can ”",y 56 ,ot«-didates. Harry Pauley and Vernon Callaway. Incumbents G. B. Hale and Shir-i ro« f ount*’* precincts and the ley Vane© were returned t/> t,hp un°Hicial tally for Summers. McDowell county board of educa- ~ tion. Hale poled 7.513 and Vance Senate Close One of the closest races in yesterday’s election was that for the Those totals included 85 of 93 Mercer precincts, ail 24 of Mon- the reports. pronounced dead. The' shootTng However, all eight candidates occurred about 9 o’clock. were given tremendous majorities by Mercer’s Democrat ballot casters. Their majorities    in 85    precincts    was between 7    and 8    to 1. 1LTfc«r« was only one contest on the Republican side of the ballot. R. L. Bob Martin had a substan- Thomas H. Sweeney of Wheeling .    .    -    —    ■--    - ,tiaJ majority in the Democratic ^ad Better than a two to one lead latively young force in the state’s race for county court, with an ,over Lalelle LaFollette of Char-Democratic organization, denied proximate 1,700 lead over Evereu -8ton    iov the nomination for J. Vinson.    U. S.    senator. 7 448. Other unofficial counts in the education hoard race were Altamont Ganna way 1.443. Welch Henntze L358 T. V. Pennington 1.193 and Charles Vest 1,918. Truck Driver Charged In Two Welch Deaths rL^L<7?,    Claude    Har- 2ft ’    1* oi Cedar Bluffs. Va., d^v®r » truck involved in an Mcident in which two people died. i . DCiaried,Jwlth manslaughter, state Police said. Fred Wynne said Har-given a hearing at 11 a.m Thursday before Magistrate Jay Morgan of Ike’* Fork, Wyoming County. Mrs. Cecelia Murphy, about 70 and kh®r grandson.    Echols Lester. ¿6. both of Baisden in    Mingo difd in a hospital here following the accident near Hanover, Wyoming County, yesterday allf 2 nOOil. The frurir    1    T»    •    £u*“c    400 I1LUilons more tnan th< atnwir . a., Z    ubvu    HarrUon    Senate    authorizaUon. plus 52,312 were ridina durili»    . a    vi'‘lms    47i?79    oi    oM    but Wrommv    et,.if«,Tnr*lni    Th*    i'1»« Appropriations Com- Slid    y Sh‘riU Paul mlttM ¿»„«P«““ » «Prove a money bill tomorrow. Trooper C. W. Andiick is investigating the death with Sergeant Dye.    * The body was taken to O. J. Douglas Mortuary, where ar-rangementsjvill be made. Foreign Aid Bill Feels Senate Cut WASHINGTON. Aug. 3 (JWThe Senate took a sharp swing at the foreign aid bill today, cutting half a billion dollars from a measure that now stands 838 million below President Eisenhower’s original request. It passed by a 67—17 vote a $2.610.000,000 authorization, which compares with more than $3.448,-000,000 asked by the President, and returned it to the House which had approvel on June 30 more than $3,368.000,000. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee cut this to $3,110,000,000. Shortly before passage, the Senate approved 45-41 an amendment by Sen. Long (D-La) to slash the authorization by a half billion. i______________ An earlier amendment by Long; Congressman Robert L. Ramsay generally regarded as having Marland ’s support in State Senate primaries trailed in the early going. Marland Faction About the only lively aspect of the state’s otherwise lackluster primary campaign was the part taken by the Marland administration in some of the Democratic legislative contests. Although Gov. Marland denied as recently as election eve that there was such a thing as a ‘‘statehouse slate”, the administration was generally viewed as having taken sides strongly In Democratic contests in eight of the 16 State Senate districts. Although the returns were not yet conclusive in all cases, administration-supported candidates were trailing in seven of eight Senate races where statehouse support was regarded as a definite factor. Flannery Winning William E. Flannery of Man, three - time speaker of tbe House of Delegates, also was winning Democratic renomination with ease despite administration opposition. In the First District Democratic Congressional race, freshman Rep. Mollohan led 77- year - old former cmcts, Senator Neely had 11,963 votes to 610 for Roy Warden, his nearest opponent. Mrs. Kee re-<*ived 12,706 to only 462 for Irvin Maddy. Monroe County Votes In Parker providing for a billion dollar cut was defeated 48-38 Opponents of the measure cited large amounts of aid funds still unspent, disappointment at Communist inroads in Indochina and the possible loss of huge stockpiles of U. S. equipment to the Reds at Hanoi. The cut came despite warnings from administration and veteran Democratic senators that lt would be misunderstood by nations looking to this country for anti-Com-munist leadership. Actual appropriations must yet be made for foreign aid, and here again there may be differences between the two houses that will have to be compromised. The House has passed not only an authorization measure, but also a separate money bill providing both new and old funds. It calls for $2,895,944,000 of new funds, or some 285 millions more than the of WelLsburg 6,985 to 5,501 with returns in from 218 of 419 precincts. Bailey, running for a fifth term in the Third District, held a lead of better than four - to one over his only opponent, fellow Clafks-burg resident John D. Julian. Unofficial returns from 175 of the district’s 469 precints gave Bailey 11,108 and Julian 2,685. Mr*. Kee Easy Winner In the Fifth. Mrs. Kee led by an even more lopsided margin over Irvin S. Maddy. Hinton school principal With returns in from 198 of 396 polling places. Mrs. Kee had 19.070 and Maddy 2,793. Byrd, the Sixth District’s 36-year-old Freshman Congressman, was breezing along with a 16.-, 99a-to 3,110 lead over A. A. Van! Both Mrs. Elizabeth Kee, for    Factions Liven Race and    Ne(?Lv, for The Democrat primary was en- eiyjid i«™ndous ma- livened considerably by a fight the сор^япжн^ TaSr-SWoeeney’ be^en Governor Marland’« 80-ягпг candidate for L. S. Sen- called “Statehouse” faction and In 105 of 106 McDowell nre    *ШЮП' - - wen pie- The state administration supported a slate of House of Delegates candidates that included only one or the three winners. Andrew dark of Princeton has been nominated. But Robert Richardson and G. T. Johnson of Bluefield. both opposed by the state slate, were victorious in their bids for re-election. Johnston particularly, was a target of the administration. He fathered the resolution in the House at the last session that brought about the investigation of the state road com* Monroe County gave O. Roy! т**Ц510П’ Parker, a native son, a tremend-    Locally, the    board of education ous majority in his bid for the    uace    shared    interest with the Democrat nomination for the °emo contest for House of Dele-state senate. In 24 precincts com-1 *ate nominations. The majority pie ted Parker polled 1326 votes Polled by Justice came as a su1-while incumbent Lynn Swiger re- Pfi-se to most people. He led the ha^ri я ¿?7TV0ies’ Paul Carr : «ducatjon board ticket, followed bv had 73 and W. J. B. Simmons Jr. Barnett, incumbent who was In the нп„са „r tx 1    *    (vigorously opposed by the Bluefield E.°Postle! е backed by for U.S. Senate Democrat in-    Results    85 Precincts М. M. Neely trailed far    The    results    from 85 precincts behind Sam B.    Chilton of Charles-    Follow:    Precmcia n^7    rllad    2590 and Neely! UJS. Senate (D>: Chilton 839 85 and    Waioien    had    May    201    •    Neelv    *724.    Warden    584! Tnn,    Homer    H.    May, 24    Congress <D): Kee 5892 Mad- *1 Mrs- Elizabeth Kee. dy 797. им * for Congress, received State Senate tni*    ha* Madtly 8 40 339 toy    <*•    M? ш!!* ammons JJft Tom Sweeney of Wheeling re-!*''U861 2“61 ceived    677 votes to 218 for    La-1    House of Delegates < D): John- telle LaFollette    of    Charleston for    2I,38’ Lltz 821 Richardson ♦v.-  ------...    ..    .    3257.    Skinner    682.    Brown    16t>, Clark 2825, Fanning 2518, Hens^ ley 2227. Judge criminal court (D): Regular term, Ross 5644, unexpired term Ross 5013. County court <D): Six 510, Thomason 1953, Tyree 849. Belcher 951. Cook 953, Perdue 683. Sexton 584. UB. Senate FGOP* LaFollftt© 565, Sweeney 1265. Congress <GOP>: Blue 1625. House of Delegates 'GOP): the GQP nomination for Senate. Hilton Clan Buys Out Statler Hotel Company BEVERLY HILLS. Calif., Aug. v> lip—The Hilton Hotels have bought the Statler Hotels—a giant transaction in which an innkeeper’s son acquires a chain founded by an ex-bellhop.      . „ ..    -       The    Hilton Hotel* ^Virn a» White 1609, Phillips 1523. Sims pFtten of Charleston, on the    basis    scribed the multimillion-dollar deal 556 UDr*rin!u.l resu 18 from    218    oi    w the “largest transaction in the    Judge    criminal u »    history of the hotel industry.” And Stewart    1664. ths^ 469 pracincu in uie    !n-tb' ■>^“--Cd”™d HOtoi. cXd' had Morgan leading Mrs. Elkins, 7.366 to 5,475. for the GOP congressional nomination there, court (R): . ,    -    .. -    -7----------- Couty    court (R*: MatAon 1559. lui son of a New Mexico innkeep- Board of Education iNP>: Jus-er. will be nearly doubling the tlce 3343, Barnett 3101. Easley capacity of his already extensive 2391, Lonr 2296. Burton 2153 | Foley 1820. Moye 353, Elliso* 137 ;