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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Bluefield, West Virginia The National. League is in a hot race. Follow your favorite team in the sports pages of daily Telegraph every Day. Lurfie ctr fail of graph weather partly Cloudy with scattered thundershowers this afternoon or evening. Probably cooler tomorrow. Vol. Lxii no. 216 but arc a a i cond Siim Matur dwt mba a is 1s9i, it so i of fuss. Blues Laid w. Vs., Wandir of Starti 3. Isis Bluefield w. sunday morning August 4, 1957 5 cents 1e cent Mitt 5 sunday police combing Russell county for 3 escapees think they have three of six Bristol jail Breakers trapped in mountains near Castlewood one dead two taken Bristol tenn.-va., aug. 3 it a police converged tonight on neighbouring Russell county va., expressing belief they have trapped three men still at Large after a six Man Jailbreak at Bristol a. Officers said the three Are believed holed up in the mountains about six Miles North of Castlewood some 45 Miles Northwest of Bristol. Two others were recaptured thursday and the sixth was found dead. The development came shortly after a woman 19, and a boy 15, were arrested and charged with helping the six break out of the City jail wednesday night. Two identified police chief John Stover identified the woman As mrs. Nancy Dillard Bristol whose husband was charged in a Safe burglary. He did not take part in the escape. She and the boy brother of one of the fugitives and charged As a juvenile were accused of passing Hacksaw Blades on separate occasions to prisoners at the jail. I both were freed pending hearing in municipal court at Bristol va., monday the six who escaped including three fugitives from North Carolina rearrested july 15. Slugged a turnkey wednesday night and fled the jail. Those still at Large were identified As Robert l. Swann 35, Weaver Ville n. �,., serving 8-10 years for burglary. L. Hobbs 21, Bristol held on a burglary charge. Thomas b. Holder 23, Burlington n. C., serving a year for burglary. They have been charged in a Federal warrant w Ith unlawful flight to avoid prosecution bringing the Fri into the Case. Twe recaptured Charles Murphy. 64. Galax. Va., serving a 10 year sentence for burglary. Benjamin Franklin Moore. 23, Bristol held on a rape charge. The third Carolina fugitive. John Swift 48, of Martinsville Virginia was found dead at a Rock Quarry near Bristol. Police said Swift serving 25-30 years for murder apparently suffered a heart attack. A sen. George remains in critical condition v1rnna, ga., aug. 3 iffy for Mer sen. Walter f. George s physicians reported today that his heart condition has improved but expressed concern that a there May be complications in the they ruled out the term a Hope less in a detailed statement of the 79-year-old diplomats four months illness. They said that All should be prepared for a critical period of unpredictable length. George named president Eisen Howerts ambassador to nato after 34 years As democratic senator from Georgia went to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta june 12 for a checkup and treat ment. After 12 Days there he came to his South Georgia Home Here where he remained under the care of new article beginning in daily Telegraph credit buying has grown to such staggering t o to i that economists Call it a new american revolution. Read the three part article a a we re up to Here in debt and it a begin Ning tomorrow in the daily Telegraph. You la be fascinated and instructed by Many Seldom known facts about the Good and the had Points of time move by foot in Oman Manama Bahrain aug. 3 a British troops commanded by a trouble shooting old Jungle fighter moved into simmering Muscat and Oman today to Back up the pro British sultans drive to Pul Down revolt. Foot soldiers with machine guns mortars and armoured cars were moving by air and sea. Their first objective was Mizwa believed to be the Headquarters of the Imam of Oman Leader of a Tough and trained band of rebels. Reports from London said a detachment of scottish Highland troops already had entered the restive Domain on the Southern tip of the arabian Peninsula. The reports also said seasoned Cameron Ian troops had reached Ibri a fort held by the Sultan. The rebels have claimed they seized the fort and had its British led trucial Oman scouts surrounded. Expect Short Campaign air vice marshal Laurence f. Sinclair commander of Britain s persian Gulf forces said he expected a Short Campaign once Tolje attack started he declined on Security grounds to say when that would be. Sinclair said the British troops would limit themselves to giving support fire to the sultans forces and would not enter villages. Once the Sultan has regained control the British troops will b e pulled out Sinclair said. The task Force is under the command of Brig. A a Jimmy Roberts who fought in the Jungles of Malaya m world War 11 and later commanded a brigade on troubled Cyprus. Jets still attack Sinclair said Raf Jet planes would continue their attacks on rebel strongholds. The British announced their biggest air strikes against the rebels yesterday. They claimed they smashed a truck two Miles North o f Mizwa. It is believe the rebels have but one truck left now. Pensive firm David Brunei sentenced to die sept. 27 for the killing of or. Ruby Miller wife of a prominent Huntington building contract or look pensive from his cell at Huntington. Bruner a attorneys said they would Appeal to the circuit court tap wire photo Hoffa Spain on Union hit by Mcclellan transportation men from All sources would be included by g. Milton Kelly Washington aug. 3 Flat a sen. Mcclellan dark said today that James r Hoffa a plan to put All the nations transportation workers into a single Union or federation would create a Hoffa the 44 year old heir apparent to Dave Reck As teamsters Union president has said All truck air rail and shipping unions should be combined into a single Union or federation a for their own both Mcclellan and sen. Gold water Ltd Ariz viewed Hoffa a plan with alarm and said it looked like a move to set himself up As the nations no. 1 labor Boss. A control the nations transport Tion and you control the country a Goldwater said. A a there a never been any doubt in my mind that a what Hoffa Mcclellan said if the Type of transportation Union Hoffa has outlined Ever comes into being it it would Wield economic Power that a would amount to a Mcclellan is chairman of the Senate rackets investigating com Mittee on which Goldwater also serves. Hoffa probed the committee has been delving into Hoffa a affairs and particularly his alleged associations with new York labor racketeers. Hoffa recently was acquitted on charges of bribing an investigator on Mcclellan a committee. Hoffa is under subpoena to appear before the committee aug 13, although the Date May be changed. Mcclellan said that the committee when it resumes its hearings monday afternoon will look into the Case of a a a bouncing Union charter. Robert f. Kennedy subcommittee counsel said this was the charter of new York local 228 of the old United automobile work ers Union al adding it had been granted a to a succession of favored a we want to see How often it bounced and where it landed a Mcclellan said. One of the witnesses called for monday is Max Chester former financial Secretary of local 405 of the retail clerks Union. Kennedy said Chester was involved in a Law manipulations and later moved Over to the retail clerks. I Chester along with labor racketeer Johnny Dio and Samuel Goldstein president of teamsters local 239. Was convicted of a $30, 000 Shakedown conspiracy against two new York electroplating firms. The three of hem Are being held without bail awaiting sentencing but a judge has ordered them paroled Long enough to testify before the Senate committee. Dio coming Dio also under indictment in the acid blinding of labor columnist Victor Riesel is expected to testify thursday. In hearings on labor manage ment practices in the new York area the committee already has received evidence that racketeers dominated unions which reaped a steady dues Money Harvest but produced no benefits for Union members. Hoffa plans to Lead a teamsters delegation to a special al Cio building and construction trades department convention tomorrow in Atlantic City. The teamsters hinted in Advance in a press statement Friday they will try to Lead the three million member building trades group All former al unions out of the merged al Cio in a renewed feud with former to unions Over jurisdictional disputes. However Hoffa said later that this threat a is no to really he said he had a Compromise in mind and was sure it would be satisfactory to All concerned. A High school girl has fourth water Rescue Hamilton ont., aug 3 Wjk Wendy Urquhart 15-year old High school girl chalked up her fourth water Rescue of the year last night. She dragged Larry Doyle 3, out of Lake Ontario after he had walked out of his depth near his Burlington Beach Home. She brought the boy Back to Shore and revived him after 25 minutes artificial respiration a month ago Wendy saved Barbara Ziedenburg. 14, from the Bottom of Burlington canal. Two weeks earlier she pulled Sharon Chiswell 14, from the Bottom of the Lake she also saved Bonnie Aiken 16, when the girl got tired and was swept into the Lake. last year Wendy saved her had swum out of her depth. 1 8 year old Tutor Janet after she special session of legislature meets tomorrow gov. Underwood brings House to full strength by appointing Barnett to a vacancy in Kanawha delegation by Little Charleston aug. 3 4 a gov. Underwood brought the legislature to full strength for the special session which convenes monday by appointing Leonard h. Barnett today to a vacancy in the Kanawha county delegation in the House. Barnett a school teacher from London will serve out the unexpired term running to nov. 30, 1959, of Elizabeth v. Hallanan of Charleston. She resigned from the House to accept appointment As assistant commissioner of Public institutions. Underwood chose Barnett from three nominees submitted by the Kanawha Republican executive committee for consideration. Barnett who failed by 27 votes to win one of Kanawha a 11 House seats in the election last november will be one of two negroes in the legislature. The 100 delegates and 32 senators who Convene at 11 . Edt monday also will include two other fledgling lawmakers appointed to vacancies since the regular session last Winter. In a change among Senate republicans Parkersburg attorney Joseph m. Handlan has replaced Andy Swearingen who resigned to become Parkersburg postmaster it a on the democratic Side of the is resigning As foreign Aid director. The Cincinnati enquirer reported that Mcelroy who is pres British firemen put out Blaze but lose their truck Sherborne England aug. 3 4i a firemen and their $15,000 engine were called out today to put out a smudge in the stubble of a Corn Field. The engine caught fire and was destroyed. A a defense Post top amp a head Washington aug. 3 Neil h. Mcelroy 52-year-old Ohio House attorney Paul j. Carrjr. Soap manufacturer was reported of Hinton has succeeded his Fath under Active consideration today or. Who has died since the regu for a High government Post. Lar session. But whether he is slated to a a a control succeed Charles e. Wilson As Sec while the first Republican gov rotary of defense or take Over error since 1929-33 is in charge some other Job was a matter of downstairs in the executive conjecture. Branch democrats remain in firm some persons High in govern control of both houses of the leg ment and business reported me Slature. They predominate 21-11 Elroy was High on the list of those a he Senate and 58-42 in the being considered As Wilson s sue House. Cessor but one top administration Underwood called the extra Ordi official said that was not needs nary session for one purpose Mak warily. The Job president Eisenhowe in repairs to the korean Bonus or has in mind. Legislation which the lawmakers this official told a reporter he Enaz l5, t1 Quot a Lon doubts that any decision has Ireen Pamy will last Only a Day or reached on a new defense Secre w.0lary. He said me Elroy s appoint no notoriously Mug inert to a lop government Iob it a .1 could be expected soon he ruled Jiruch inclination to drag out out the possibility that it Mill be Nau it ,10n a log Quot to succeed John b. Hollister who ssh Quot a Quot a icon Dot one chant Bers. While the Bonus was the Only subject in the governors Call one other matter is legitimate business. A a any time the Senate meets. That f Rocter a Gamble to., Jug action on appointments by the was due in Washington monday governor for conferences about Wilsons Job. \ list of 100 or More names will Wilson has been planning for give be Democrat controlled sen some time to retire a e j s for so Chance to examine a Mcelroy himself was quoted in wholesale lot of appointees of the Cincinnati As saying that a some Young Republican governor. The thing is under but Senate received Only 24 under that nothing has been settled. Me Wood appointments for consider Elroy said it is entirely in Wash Tion at the 1957 regular session,1 int on a hands. Confirming them All in Short or spokesman at both the White Der. House and Pentagon said their Underwood says he does not sex schedule listed no appointments p1 trouble Over any major a for Mcelroy for monday. But this ointments. Did not preclude the possibility i ast november West Virginia that a meeting might be arranged voters authorized payment of a after he reached the capital. Bonus to the states veterans of a j the korean War on the same basis As the earlier Bonus to veterans of world wars 1 and ii Economy mood the legislature was in an Economy mood when it passed the enabling acts at the regular session this year. The lawmakers Pul in the Law a ceiling of 3v per cent on the Bonds that Are to be sold West Bend wis., aug. 3 finance the Bonus program a 68 year old woman who. With since then Underwood s her husband was inadvertently Cia advisers have told him it locked out of a summer Home would be useless to try to peddle was injured fatally last night fent to mid in the present when her Throat was Cut by a High Market. He could have wait curtain Rod As she climbed a until the 1958 regular session through an upstairs window. To ask the legislature to change mrs. Erna Weyland made the the Law. But that would have in climb because her husband k. G dived the risk of a further climb Weyland suffers from a heart ail in the Bond Market in the mean ment time. So he summoned a special finding the House locked when session they returned from the dodgers Bills which have been drafted braves baseball game at Milkau for introduction monday would do Kee mrs. Weyland put up a ladder away with the interest ceiling and and wriggled through the window make two other changes in the in the process she jabbed herself Bonus Law. The other pending in the Throat on some curtain rods changes would make the Bonds stored in the room. Callable after Jan. 1, 1963, instead she went downstairs let her of after it a a. A Quot a clarify a re husband in and applied a cold ement that revenues to retire compress to the laceration. Mob Bonds must go into a separate ments later Weyland said she a Nkang fund from that for the complained of having difficulty"0 Quot a Bonus breathing then collapsed and n million Dollar Bond is died sue is contemplated to finance the or. James Ai or act. Washington to korean veterans or county Coroner said the curtain the r survivors approximately Rod ruptured a blood vessel in Hei 7l0w West \ virginians were in service during the eligibility period. Wisconsin woman Dies when Throat is Cut by curtain Rod Khrushchev to visit in Germany soon f Moscow aug 3 a pvt the soviet government announced tonight communist party chief Nikita Khrushchev will begin his visit to East Germany aug. 7. Premier i Nikolai Bulgarin is not included in the list of 12 men to make the trip with him. The Premier has accompanied Khrushchev on All his other stale visits including those the Britain and Graham offices entered by burglars new York aug. 3 us Burg Lar broke into the Billy Graham new York crusade offices Early today and took about $2,000. The Graham organization said the theft occurred Between 1 30 a a and 9 am when the fifth floor offices at 165 w. 46ih i wer e closed the thieves forced open a potty rash Box and took $200 in rash and about $1,808 in negotiable dares reds to join a open skies challenges Russia to open territory to air inspection by John m. Hightower Washington aug. 3 to a Secretary of state Dulles flew Back today from disarmament talks in London and promptly challenged Russia to join the West in lessening the danger of a great atomic War by opening vast territories to Aerial and ground inspection. Dulles arrived in mid afternoon and went to the White House to give a firsthand report of his London Mission to president Eisenhower. He was Able to report to the president according to informal Tion in diplomatic quarters that he had succeeded in pulling the Western allies out of a logjam of disagreement on inspection zones. They concurred in a plan he presented to Russia at a meeting of the u. N. Disarmament subcommittee in London yesterday. What he proposed in essence was that Russia agree to Aerial and ground inspection Over great areas of Europe North America and the soviet Union. The object is to preclude the possibility of a massive Surprise attack in this atomic age. Up to Urdi in an Airport statement Dulles said that a it is now up to the soviet Union to respond.�?�. A if the soviet Union accepts these proposals a a said a and if the necessary details Are worked out the risk of Surprise attack will be greatly diminished a and since a major War is not Apt to be launched unless the aggressor can count on Surprise the danger of general War will have lessened. Then it will be More possible safely to reduce the Burden of Dulles recalled that soviet Delegate Valerian Zorin had promised that the russian government Quot would give the Western proposals careful i Hope that the soviet government will realize that an inspection system that makes us All More Safe and which facilitates reduction of armaments is As much to their interest As it is to ours a he said. Complex task he reported tha As a result of his visit to London he arrived there monday he was a More than Ever aware of the immense complexity of the task we face. But also i remain convinced that the task is so vital that it must be pursued with unwavering Dulles flew to London last sunday upon tha last Minuta instruction of Eisenhower. It was decided that he should Maka a personal Effort with All tha prestly of his office to overcome the disagree ments which Wera Ham stringing Western moves in the five Power disarmament session. A newspapers create i big fuss Between Jordan and Syria Damascus Syria aug. 3 Ftp the syrian government said today Jordan threatened to break Dipio Matic relations and even use military Force unless syrian newspapers halted a Campaign against Jordan by tomorrow. A broadcast announcement said the government rejected the ultimatum calling it a screen to cover up jordanian plans made Long ago to attack Syria. The announcement said the ultimatum was delivered by Jordan s foreign minister Samir Rifai to Ahmed Rah by the syrian charge d affaires in Amman on july 31. It quoted Rifai As saying a if your Campaign against us is continued we shall be Able to Check you. We have sacrificed victims on the israeli Border and we can sacrifice More on your Border. We shall leave Israel and face a neighbor revives lad found drowning Detroit aug 3 mrs Wil a Helmina Simpson 32, revived a 17-month-old neighbor boy today by breathing into his Mouth after he was taken Blue and unconscious from a plastic wading Pool. By the time the fire department Rescue squad arrived with an in Alator. Little Richard Mills was awake he was taken to a Hospital where physicians said he was Fine. Mrs Simpson raced across the Street to help after hearing the screams of Richard s Mother mrs. Rita Mills who found the Hoy lying face Down in 18 inches of water in the poo in the backyard of her Home. Expects Early vote sen. Richard Russell a left talks with sen. Spessard Holland Dhia at the Windup of a strategy session of Southern senators. Russell Leader of the Dixie group said he expects a final Senate vote a within a reasonable time a possibly by wednes Day on the battered civil rights Bill. A wire photo civil rights Bill dead says gop chief Martin Washington aug. 3 up a president Eisenhower was reported Adamant today against the senates revamped civil rights Bill and rep. Joseph w. Martin jr., House gop Leader pronounced civil rights legislation a dead for this session of Congress. Three top administration officials who cannot be named said in interviews that Eisenhower re heat storms Jolt nation by the associated press record heat in the East and a second jolting storm within 24 hours for Chicago were among the nation s weather extremes saturday. The Mercury reached 100 de Grees at Baltimore md., in mid afternoon equalling a record for aug. 3 set in 1931. It was 90-degree weather Over much of the South As Well As along the Atlantic coast with Boston sweltering in the 90s. Chicago recorded a 16-degree temperature drop from a muggy 86 to 70 degrees during a crashing thunderstorm. The storm struck shortly before noon ripping Down Power lines flooding streets and basements and swamping dozens of sailboats on Lake Mich Igan. High minds Friday night Chicago was belted by a Squall that bounced hailstones Over the area and caused some damage from High winds. The saturday thunderstorm with 30 . Gusts dropped an official 1.45 inches of rain in two hours with heavier amounts a i Parent in some sections of the City and its suburbs. Traffic was slowed by nighttime gloom and at least 55 underpasses were filled with water. Thunderstorms were the Rule however Over wide areas. The weather Bureau said a series of thunderstorms Over much of Oregon and Washington was unusually heavy for this time of year. Heavy Rains in the sultry Southeast there were a number of thunderhead. With some heavy Rains on the area. Tampa Fla received a 2 Inch rain during the Forenoon. A violent thunderstorm pelted Miami with rain and Hail for 15 minutes and lightning injured a woman in suburban Coconut Grove. The storm was accompanied by wind gusts up to 65 Miles an hour which did some damage to windows. Hailstones were described As Quarter Inch size Gards the Senate version of the Bill As completely unworkable. He was said to be throwing his weight solidly against House acceptance of it. Martin told a reporter a the Bill is not acceptable to us and i done to think it s acceptable to a majority of the he foresaw a probable deadlock which would put the Issue Over to next year. The three administration leaders agreed that As the matter stands. Eisenhower would rather have no Bill at All than to accept the Senate a insertion of the jury trial amendment in a measure which it already had stripped of authority to enforce civil rights in general. Done to want it some House democratic leaders voiced the opinion privately that the republicans a a done to want a civil rights Bill this they contended the Eisenhower administration is stalling and hoping to carry the Issue Over into the 1958 election year. Martin called the Senate Bill in its present form a democratic Bill and declared. Quot we wont take it in the form it is Likely to come out of the in foreseeing a possible deadlock Over efforts to Compromise differences Between the Senate version and the More sweeping administrations sponsored Bill passed by the House Martin said a it looks to me As though this Bill is dead for this session. That will put the whole civil rights fight Over until next january when Congress empty Shell the chief executive s Legal Ai Viers Are said to have told Eisenhower the measure the Senate May pass by midweek represents not Only an a empty Shell for Protection of voting rights but will hamstring government enforcement in other Fields. Southern senators held a strategy session on the Bill today and sen. Russell a a told reporters afterwards that he expects a Senate vote a within a reasonable time Quot perhaps wednesday or even sooner. A up to now there has been no filibuster on this Bill Quot Russell said. A none was planned at our Man freed from prison As another admits act san Francisco. Aug. 3 if in olice said today a Young Man has admitted the a torture kit rape of a girl in Golden Gate Park a crime for which another youth has been held in jail 10 Days. Cape. Dane al Mcklem announced that physical evidence in the kit including Handcuffs Butcher knife razor and glasses worn by the rapist was found in the Home of Melvin n. Hakkerup 21. Mcklem said the 5-foot 1 unemployed warehouseman admitted the sadistic rape of a 19-year-old student nurse the night of july 20 John Rexinger 23, who steadfastly declared his innocence said he was greatly relieved by Bakkerud a admission. �?o1 feel As though a steamroller has been lifted off my Chest a said let Finger who was still held for parole violation. Rexinger had served a term in san Quentin Pris on on Check charges. The nurse whose name has not been made Public previously had confronted Rexinger from her to Pital bed and was quoted As exclaiming a a that a him that s him that s him a today a Hospital spokesman said the nurse was a kind of shaken when told that a Man other than Rexinger had admitted at i tacking her. The spokesman quoted the girl a i never said for sure that he Rexinger was the Man a the nurse and her escort John Lonergan were accosted in their car in the Park the night of july 20. At knife Point Lonergan waa tied up the girl was handcuffed raped twice and then tortured. Her hair was Cut off and she was burned with a cigarette. Baker Rud was arrested on charges of burglar izing a pharmacy and with Possession of narcotics. Questioned about the rape Bakkerud readily admitted his guilt Mcklem said and remarked it was a glad it was All Over a Mecklen quoted Nakkerud As saying �?o1 read a detective Magazine Story about a rape Case. It told How the Guy tied the girl up and raped her Quot asked Why he had Cut off his victim s hair Hakkerup said a i wanted her to look like me he had his hair shorn a year ago As the result of a head injury suffered in an Auto Accident. Mcklem said Hakkerup led officers to where he had hidden hts a torture kit in the basement of his Home dist. Atty. Thomas a Lynch said Hakkerup a 123 Pound muscular youth who is an Amateur weight lifter would be t soaked on charge of robbery Kidnap and tape

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