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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Bluefield, West Virginia Fatality. Mercer county Miner fatally injured last night when a blast at mine in Mccomas comes through Wall. See Story Page two. ��0�tt l weather. Considerable cloudiness with Scalier de showers today High in 79� East and 80s West. Tomorrow mostly Cloudy and Windy with showers cooler in West. Vol. La no. 222 entered at i tend Elk matter. December is i89s, at peat Effiee Bluefield a a Ider aet it March a 187. Bluefield w. Va., wednesday morning August 10 ,1955 e a ants 1e cents daily to sunday governors see Ike Stevenson race in 1956 Harriman to Back Adlai gop solid behind Eisenhower Chicago aug. 9 up a gov. Averell Harriman of new York said today a i Haven t changed my mind in a for Adlai Stevenson for the democratic presidential nomination next year. Harriman also predicted that a the democrats Are going to win in 1956.�?� the new York Democrat spoke up at a news conference upon his arrival for the 47th annual governors conference where some of his gubernatorial colleagues of both parties have been saying they regard him As a potential democratic candidate next a you Are not a candidate a reporter asked. States stand a a in a for Adlai Harj Nman repeated. His remarks preceded a to which Stevenson had us Ltd Harriman and others at Stevenson a Durban Hurty be he Harriman said he had no of raising the question of Steven songs own political intentions. I republicans too were getting in on the political Hay making that is the major sideline of the governors meeting. I one gop governor. Bracken Lee of Utah declared today he would Bolt to the dem Krantic party next year if it puts up the right kind of candidate. Washington aug. 9 ,4 a Al nth Rise Republican governors most 65 million americans had utne Phinh Al Navin in it has in inv a it new heh russians join circus fun experts agree Eastern coast disaster units atomic Power _. Boom coming ready for arrival of Connie expected today at Daylight soviets americans claim lower costs As deciding Factor three members of visiting russian farm delegation offer Peanut. To a willing a Esther a two year old elephant with Ringling Bros and Barnum life Bailey circus in Minneapolis. From left Are Aleksand to Dudnikov Boris Sokolov and Petr Svechnikov. It a wire photo employment in America sets record As 65 million hold paying positions Prosperity Boom president signs us Reserve cited by weeks a a a a Strong then defences Geneva aug. 9 a leading russian and american scientists agreed today the world is entering an Era in which atomic Power plants will be Able to match costs of the conventional Coal and water Power plants. They expressed their views before atomic experts of 72 nations at the International atoms for peace conference who also heard predictions of a world wide Boom which would see billions of dollars spent in a Gigantic atomic construction program. Just How Long it will take for atomic Power to become competitive depends on costs in individual areas and the Speed with which East readies defences for Hurricane hit thrice hit Section believed target of fast moving storm by the associated press the heavily populated East coast thrice beaten to its Knees last year by disastrous Jar a a a be production unit can be a Hurricane alerted yes. Ter Day for the first big blow of this season. Autumn like storm shifts weather hits Westward for most of . N. Threat built. More profitable in some regions far from Coal mines the russians said it is already More profitable to operate atomic Power stations. But generally speaking it still costs considerable More to produce nuclear Power. An american scientist d r. James a. Lane of the Oak Ridge Tenn. National Laboratory said there is a Good possibility that atomic Power will become Oom the next 48 hours was the crucial period As Hurricane Connie bore Down on the Mainland with 135 mile winds. In Boston a Navy Aero Logist noted that Connie is following much the same path As last pet Tive i h conventional Power a years deadly storms. A a within the next 15 to 20 years Quot thundered a prelude in the United states. To the Savage storm. The apparent slowness in the if Civ Mcm did to sea air governors. Seven Aiu with of the civilian labor Force were him already and c a be Jenson it out of work. The unemployment no definite Woid total thus dropped nearly a million expects to try for ren9, a a a Law Jelv a veer Aeo and about 1956. But they say. Too. That he certainly Hasni to slammed the Doo to another attempt. Iffy question Harriman rejected As too a Jiffy a or map Propri e nearly All efforts to draw him out on next year s political possibilities. But in response to amp question whether an below july a year ago and about 200,000 from the preceding Mon h. Secretary weeks of Commerce and Mitchell of labor gave the a a unprecedented Quot employment figures in a report which said with satisfaction unmatched since 1946 Quot the rate of employment increase the past five months has yets testify sergeant put 2 out to die sounded were alerted from land 60s. New England. In the Reserve i Watt depending on How far the am coast guardsmen in the third the Bill is designed of expand station is located from fuel sup District a Delaware new York e 700.000-Man trained Reserve plies this compares with 10 to new Jersey and parts of Pennsyl by the associated press autumn like temperatures cooled most of the country tuesday at almost the mid Point of summer. The Only above 90-degree temperatures were near the Southern Edge of the United states a in the Southwest desert. Texas parts of Alabama and Georgia and Florida. Else Wiere americans in toyed mostly pleasant weather after neat Waves which Clung until last weekend. The Only flaws in the weather picture were Hurricane Connie off the Atlantic coast which might move toward land and thundershowers in parts of the Central and Northern Plains. In six hours two inches of rain drenched Salina kan., and three quarters of an much fell at Tulsa. Okla. A Cool mass from the Pacific moved into the Northern Plains and , lowering temperatures in Montana by As much As 15 degrees. Temperatures there and in the Western great lakes Region were mostly in the 70s. Over the rest of the country a from the Interior valleys of California eastward through the Southern Rockies and the lower Mississippi Valley to the Ohio Valley a readings were mostly in the 80s. The Pacific coast remained in the Cool 50s restrict swimming move planes ships from expected path Hatteras n. C., aug 9 mph Hurricane Connie churning destructive 135-Milt an hour winds wallowed slowly toward the North Carolina coast tonight bringing the entire Eastern Seaboard under Hurricane Alert. The latest weather Bureau advisory indicated the storm had shifted its course slightly to the Westward thus exposing the More densely populated areas of the North Carolina coast to its fury. At 5 . Est the Miami weath. Or Bureau placed the Center of the storm at about 320 Miles Southeast of Wilmington. N. A. And 430 Force to�?T2.900.000 men by getting i a is Mills at a a ate More youths into the reserves and10 Exchange per Kiowa t for rus requiring them to keep up training. Sian Central stations. New York five provisions the deadline for presidential action in the measure was Midnight tonight. The president signed it at his Gettysburg pa., farm. The vane a and Connecticut a were j standing by without leave for Hurricane duty. In a six weeks period last sum in Ana per presented to toe atom amp off dusts i Seine ? estimated a 11-3 billion dollars scientists I. finc i the n. A. Nikolayev acknowledged that along the a v0861 Monty possibilities states allotted More vaccine Miles East of Jacksonville. Fla. Reports from reconnaissance aircraft indicated it had slowed its Forward movement and was Drift ing slowly Northwest to North Noi Thweat at about 7 Miles per hour. Due at Daylight i with the Center of the storm still Well at sea tonight the first Hurri Fisne i rce winds were due to hit Atlantic outpost about Daylight tomorrow. But High Waves already pounded the beaches As Resi a j up and Down toe a Oast rushed preparations for the expected blow. E the ominous Hurricane flags flapped in steadily mounting winds son Urt Rrt f0�nnot come near Matching the aver-1carolina Deaynes Muno Aung Man i increased to 2,023.968 a hots to Norfolk revisions a the leg age 0051 of connive Nunnal Power pro Nide Sand Dunas i a Ohp amount allocated to the states the weather ui.r��.,. Youths under 18vi years can Washington aug. 9 Jbv the Public health service today released another 1,177,068 shots of Salk polio vaccine for use by state by noon tuesday Waves 10 to or local Public agencies or private a a. Kuusi. In Tirc Tioy a 5 atomic now a a noon Meuay Waves in 10 or local Pui announcement that he had done station now in operation does 15 feet High were battering North physicians. I ?.r_a5fiutd Blythe White House not a Dmn near machine the aver Carolina beaches inundating Man increased announcement that Stevenson not been matched since the Post korean veterans 1� 8u us sea wild run or a ?10sf i pity is to two the run Vonso a a Quot sifts Isch of conventional Power Soffo is toss the states the weather Bur Vatn do a test sly a mom the democrats the to 61,995,000. Dose to a million by fellow prisoners into 40 below isolation provisions i the leg duct on. Ye8a and territories since the voluntary Jull Cale Hurr can e warnings governor replied halt to there would at it ave he previous record Stab Zero weather to die. 1 Gnu he a Anfir Ial they added however Toat big a a program for general Miloc amp lion of might replace the Alert northward go in a i t an a a Alai. A a u youths under 18vear.� ran. Designed All Highway patrolmen in the the vaccine was put into effect to new York within the wort 54 producing Carolina coastal area were Sand july 31. Hours Een 10 and avg by for emergency duty. More released gales up to 75 mile an hour cents Peri at Norfolk va., three Navy air a the 1,177,068 shots or cubic Cen whipped out 300 Miles to the North have totalled 63,636,000 1 he threw them out because he 7 fun can kilowatt. Craft carriers put to sea to Everd Thinet ers. Were made by Wyeth and East of the Eye. About five million persons have a did not want to hear them moan Twat Quot Tharp has been such a re Jet halon. Thing for one american to do to le9tired. While in the Active re-1 i a pail a dialled to a a was tory there has been Sutt a regarding the july expansion j not Jer 0 serves to attend 48 weekly drills r be. W a 7innts against the is mim Erce labor report f#a.0. Rur a and a 17-Dav summer enc and Iron w a a a a a a a a 04 uie Nort a Illy brisk hiring a of geared ,. Meat or a 30-Dayssner com Nal Nal a Ryva. Wry Vineie my regarding the jul action against a a tyres Xibi can ithe joint Commerce has been against the Kop a a unusually brisk hiring Quot of. A a a �?o7�?oj ment or a 30-Day summer can party in the past two and a youngsters let out of school a veterans said Thev feared failure to do so Means a 45-Day years. Counted for most of the gains. The Basic i Hubli school agers found work mostly Quot of almost everything the rep the trades and services. A almost everything cans have done has been for special groups special interests big business. He said the Range is All the Way from taxes natural resources farm policy labor relations to Small business. Relieved fears for their own lives during the recall to Active Dvor Naerup of Tomn terror to a is communist prison lamp four years Talmes a Aero. Held up Well Quot like a bartender bouncing a has emergency clause Quot in addition a the departments drunk like a sack of 3. Draftees and volunteers for said Quot employment among adults was the Way they described the regular service from Tadavon in most industries held up better ejection from their mud Hovel of can serve 12 months then ohm than usual for this time of two dysentery patients allegedly teer for Transfer to a the reserves no farming occupations took up at the hands of Gallagher. F0r a period of total Active and Chicago on experimental studies with a 3,500-kilowatt Quot boiling water Power reactor designed primarily to find ways of producing electricity cheaply. Despite the relatively Small size in a be made available to the National com in nearby new foundation for infantile paralysis for its free vaccination program for first and second Grade school Chil More planes planes at the Norfolk naval air station were flows far Inland As Kansas As a storm precaution. So were Navy planes at Atlantic City n. A. Quonset Point r. I., of 7wrt�d to we a i s��1 we Mouth to. Turning out electricity at 30 to 341 Philadelphia braced for the blow Mills a kilowatt. Hazel. North Carolina Highway patrolmen red Cross disaster specialists. Civil air patrol personnel and Dren. Pitman Moore had announced cuwork1 Durnen stood by or Rea a full f a a Alt a a it mail Virsil Aida Man a Law i radar checks the new radar station at Cape yesterday it received clearance for about 300,000 cd. U h to san Howeiii it St increase Between june afterwards one witness testified trained a serve server pc it it be fun a survival pm i Vooht it 1 1 pvt a t a by of a n death of 2 As boat of americas friends in Europe with his statements at the Geneva big four conference. Some of those tears were generated he said by past statements from 31 5aiu, a p4ot a thu Cicuto Alvo a a egg to. Benhower and the stepped up factory activity Al about a unleashing Shiang Kai mos 0ffsel the effect of vacation Shek. Quot massive retaliation a n a sj1utdowns on manufacturing the like. Rolls which held steady at 16,600. Stephen a. Mitchell 1000 workers. More than a half democratic chairman and a close mime a new employees have taken tal employment outside of Agri and froze outside. Culture at 57 million. That repro one of the witnesses. Set. Donell 000 Vearty a aug tax servtanoxr1 seated a monthly jump of 900.000f Adams. 27. Of Cottonwood ala., Yar in the i serves then Reau he Quot Toan of a a a the stand to re enact Lor the frailer to to flyby or eight member military court the reserves manner in which Cpl. John w. U a.4 Jjones was thrown to his death. Tva w 0 Dave completed a part a Tarrh. Q a 25 cured Beach Ohaire Plank walks Uve service or were in service be Pittsburgh aug. 9 1�?a 25 and Ca Bana its say murdered 3 Ioie today Are under no obligation Gallagher of Brooklyn is a Iio keep up te5�rve training. How goes Over River dam after a special weather Bureau Alert warned of possible full of allocations listed fees of the storm by wednesday under the voluntary control plan night. _ vaccine allocated to the states and the new releases pushed to 6. Hatteras a a so a a a i it at Cape 532.068 cd the amount cleared1 help try he a i summer to since revised safety and testing �zsrl.2 the �2�z?1 a la at standards were adopted May 26. Connie a move to t0t tourists and vacationers were warned away from the upper North Carolina coast and told to be on a air a a Latcu us wic Zouev Bro Nijiu f h u the surf was reported extremely territories will be distributed both no. Erf rough at Atlantic City and Bath by local Public agencies and bylaw a Steps were being ing was limited to Waist deep a private physicians through Nora Ali a a a a a of Many coastal areas As ter commercial drug channels. �?oj3pston t lie Uard �tond.1 bout a Hart that each state flu a to in forecaster warned the oceanfront resort were lashed u governed by the states proper the Boardwalk and Atlantic tin Unrau Inette it i children in the cites famed beachfront hotels be i Uii uni a i Mic k Izower next year with a lot better id. Year old Man told a coroners jury today of the terror filled moments when he and three companions were swept Over an Ohio River darn in their Small boat. Donald Matthews a Hospital at Lakehurst n. J., All Navy planes blimps and helicopters moved into hangars. The air Force evacuated planes from Fields along the coast from the Carolinas to new England. Nese Camp in 1951. The murders i Noui combat exp Jeriene or civil a a a a 10 Ort a a a Rem Dit d l9&d, a said i a an -.�.���?o11 %%%?.i� a a la a Quot to Navy a it Cea mainly Cam was. 12 , eat below the has pictured Gallagher As a Camp Active reserves and6reiving up Quot a just closed my eyes and tw0 Navy Likely he Ceata anly can pcs War record for july set in by intent on Furtini h training. Started to say the lords prayer a .950, but we a m minutes above a a of fit a Els Xii a a a 5. The president has authority to 11 5aid five through nine year age group which is the current priority group. The allocation of cd s by states included District of Columbia 5,343. Maryland 17,502. Tennessee 22,740. Virginia 22,164. West Virginia 12,795. 1954. Seems find out. Would step aside Harriman has indicated he would step aside if Steven teed anti Mew that 11 do Vidil a Ydilio i a. His by him. Stevenson be the right court martial began aug. Type of Democrat. Whether he supports Eisenhower next year he said depends Quot pretty much on who Richmond va., aug. 9 it a it a a suspect wanted for questioning is on the other ticket. Should the democrats pack gov. Frank j. Lausche of Ohio he said "1 certainly could support him. He said that goes also for sen. Harry f. Byrd of Virginia a conservative Democrat who gave passive support to Eisenhower in the 1952 race. But Lee said he doubts Quot there is much Chance for either. Shoemaker takes dads advice on $64,000 question a be cops Nab Man wanted �5.s court martial i in Abingdon shooting m us m1 Gallagher also is accused of col cal1 up a maximum of one million Matthews and his companions elaborating with the red chinese.1 reservists without consulting con were causing Down the Ohio rower conviction carries a maximum press in an emergency designated r a Edgeworth when the Craft a a a. A a a a went Over the dam. Mrs. Gertrude e. Wolfe 36, of Glenfield. And William r. Hastings 23, of Emsworth drowned. The boat operator. Pete Kutulakis 21, of Ambridge. Swam to Shore. Matt about the shooting of an Abingdon policeman june 5 was arrested Early today in Wayne mich., plane lands on a Pike Clarksburg resident killed in Accident us lists funds for Highway Aid that the Hurricane would Causa rough and abnormally High Seal from Massachusetts South along the Carolina coast and especially in the area from the Carolina capes to Cape cod. Eight to 10 foot wave pounded Atlantic Beach some 50 Southwest of Cape Hatteras. A Highway linking the rape with Oregon Inlet was under water at some Points and impassable to most vehicles. Red Cross disaster specialists moved into the threatened areas and were standing by at strategic Points ready to be shifted wherever needed. Clarksburg. Aug 9 ill How Quot before we knew it we were at Greensburg. A. Aug. 9 4�? Ard Clarence Smith 43. Was killed the dam. Mrs. Wolfe jumped up carriers also were ordered out to sea at the base at quonset Point r. I. Narra Tup Nithil Civ Hiu gannet r i six automobiles a 1 Washington red Cross officials were temporarily trapped at Washington aug. 9 the we enl Eft Charlestown r i., when surf a Federal government announced Towe pared for the possibility that washed out it Beach Road. Trucks Day How it will apportion to the and bulldozers freed them. A states 875 million dollars in Federal four Navy destroyers and a ten Aid Highway Money for the fiscal Jet Quot a a a a a a Quot of pal1 rower be ?�35vmr cant�?o1 Atla Quot of a. It swept How. Waa ptoka.1 up by a passing nov. Chriatian of toss. New York Leada w. U. Herter cancelled plans to Fly to list with $56.235.233 and Texas is ask Sam Cui me Norha do 11 Matthew told the jury today Chicago for the governors Conven next with $52,594.859. Pavane a. The storm might strike Inland through the Carolines. Connie grew to a najor threat six Days after it formed far out he the of penal Bureau of Tavss. I d., a in. N re a inc ii Jwj was Ruiea one Aam. Oar jumper up Amera enc Ere 315 millions for the Dri Marv ligation. Emer gency to i Al acc Dent a ooh a to and yelped. My god. The dam in Washington the Federal Civ Road system 210 for the secondary new York. Aug. 9 to cause he took his daddy s advice ill his life a Humble Bronx she Naker Gino Prato tonight took _ a a he $32,000 he won on a television 5.year prison sentence and fast. Ligation. The Fri office Here identified the suspect As Thomas Early freeze 25, of Grafton w. A. No is being held in Wayne county jail pending arrangements to return him to Virginia. Freeze who the Fri said has a Long record of criminal offences is charged with burglary and wounding William t. Slemp an Abingdon policeman. His brother Neil freeze 23, also of Grafton and Ralph Stuart fast. 25, of Chicago were captured shortly after Slemp surprised three men trying to break open the Safe of an Abingdon laundry. Neil freeze received a Tion so As to be on hand for any involved in the apportionment eral Dath Aken by emergency. Are 315 millions for the primary a Pya free de Stew it Biz show and called it quits. Seven years. Post to a amazing knowledge of it Pera lore had brought him to the next to last step in the lbs Tele f by Pirn Nii Foffo Visi Oft show Quot the $64,000 question Viliy i ii vol Lull a cell Ali if he had tried for $64.000 and All but a Consolation prize of Quot is Blaze As it moves expensive convertible car. A a 2ii,r a a a a of a jigs in Irwin interchange. Trooper Cai the Pilot. Stanley j. Marshall of a Clarksburg Midvale n. A. Told state police lost control he ran out of gasoline. He was driving Hurt curve. twin Mia. J Congress. Oils for a big new pro-1 Ern Maine. Nova Scotia and new Gram were considered at the Las. Brunswick to twelve persons died congressional session but not Hazel top killer of last year s passed. Hurricanes. Formed in the carib the states must with certain sex bean sea crossed a narrow tip of captions. Match 50-50 the Federal tand in Haiti and followed the Gen Money put up for the primary Sec Era path Connie is now taking. Seoul. Wednesday aug. 10 of covery of red occupied territory broke through a barricade on the this statement quoted a North Mondary and Urban systems. The Hazel struck the North and South a South Korea declared yesterday Northwest of Seoul and accused causeway which leads out to Wol korean who fled to the South As Federal government supplies 60 per Carolina coast oct. 15 and swept a new communist attack was near High russian officers of Neil rat i Island. U. S. Soldiers fired saving the poles and czechs we e cent of the Money for the interstate Fross most Eastern states North again warned red truce Toad to ing toe truce snap motion setup. Blank shells and Tea Gas bomb sed by a mis is Frilot a a i a designated Urban ?? mileage Are App or them in Canada and caused an basis of population amount of property damage that 000 or m it re Resi Kas never been fully estimated. South Korea sounds new warning on War threats even As Olio Chung Hwan. Act supervisory commission to a i s ing foreign warning 1,500 koreans demonstrating against the truce teams at the members. W t nearby port of Inchon. Crio said South Korea could j soldiers have been Hurt at Pusan Prato 53, said he got a Cable Lexington by. Aug. 9 old a j. T200 Rad a workers re danger to too rat. Thea it play of re no Siu Jown protests were staged at i the United states Quot to recognize s5t j a it amply bypass a need co m m u n is t attack Tooi the three other ports of entry that the truce has ended and to a Tennessee $6.859,664 primary,.wtoday irom a a Ink is part other u. S. Soldiers repulsed Phi pop a it 1ry dents. Ith to irn it in Nhor an at Ian. Tom and other strategic areas of w. A. Apportionment Federal apportionment of Aid Southeast port of Pusan. Fifteen Kangnu fir Maryland $2,794,386 Primar 20 Man flshill0 Ftp l a joint statement by two of South $1730,629 secondary $2,943,514 urls a a la Ian a i i0iihi5 i Ulier eign minister issued his Mast Duit South Korea by Satur with tear Gas monday an attempt Al. A try 1 a r 700 soldiers faced Day Midnight. Sweden and Switzer by up to 4,000 demonstrators to a nor Fararro a the fee Core ans demonstrating land Are the other commission storm the truce team billets at the to organize an underground a Money u coast guard rescues koreans top military leaders urged Aly this week Telung him in 1 tal Chance for action today though it erday Werf a pulsed by tear Gas a where the czech pole Swiss and resume the fighting for our uni /��iyjer5j2lu a paed pm yup. A to a Ivan in a min n h a we Caillot be responsible for swedish teams operate. These Are cation before we Are left t o rhe up in company at Jefferson in Luis incident involving members of Kunsan on the West coast Kang the statement was by Gen. Leet sad n Lii la Stre station saw a Blaze on a the commission who fail to with Nung on the East coast and thei Hyung Keun. Chairman of the joint daddy s advice All my life 1 a passing truck and overt blocks away. No one has yet tried for the the Driver explained he ban $2,049,815 $9,49,3464. Interstate. Total sew York. Aug. 9 Dpi to Enid persons were rescued by the Coos 564,000 question but one woman mrs. Catherine Kreitzer of Camp Hill pa., won $32,000 previously and Quia $5,346,451 secondary $2,507,980 or fishing boat off Sandy Hook ban. $3,698,867 interstate total the boat he 54-foot sea Queen $18,412.962. Was reported in distress from i ,. T pm to Virginia $5,990,689 primary her Hull. A 95-foot Coas staff and Gen. Hung k $4,658,508 secondary $2,704,545 or guard patrol vessel from the v Roxona War. Ining Cho expressed regret u. Amp. Sol Central Korea. Kwon army chief of staff. Ban. $3.471,022 interstate total Sandy Hook Lifeboat station went had 5 were a Corvea Mureo. Diers had used a bodily Force the governments information of they cited the recent charge by$16.824,764. A to her assistance. When pumps of Sticks none seriously. Nine to of f 1 us .ch0 Wavriv per one a a against korean citizens. He main fice issued a statement alleging the u. N. Command of Quot a tre West Virginia $3,462.917 primary the patrol vessel were unable cd l i �?z2? coded the nes of official statements which trained the koreans were conduct a spying and agitation activities Mendouse illegal buildup of military $3,012,527 secondary. $1.128,749 or cop with the Lek during Effort truck to haul a it red. United of Sotec to resume no Quot peaceful demo Straf a by the czech and polish truce in forces North of the demarcation ban $2,053,696 interstate total to Tow he sea Queen to safety the jump. The fighting called again for re the demonstrator at Inchon sectors. Line in Defiance of the .$0.657,889. Ithe boat was ordered loan doomed

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