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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Bluefield, West Virginia F read John reran a column touch Many subjects appears Dally on the editorial pase. % volume Xix. No. 276. Paula rec graph forecast Wist Virginia Cool with a Catt Rod Shower saturday and saturday night. Bluefield w. Va., saturday morning december 4, 1943. E cents a daily in cents sunday Ine. Tax attend chamber of Commerce dinner Here a american finn yanks smash against massed germans guarding main Road to Rome Marks biggest drive since Salerno Battle air Force blasts entrenchments ahead of american and British forces Montgomery slugs six More Miles by Adriatic Roosevelt Churchill and Stalin meet at Teheran i ran capital map War plans against nazis mos Ylladio announces meet pictured at last nights annual dinner of the Bluefield chamber of Commerce Are left to right Howard n. Eavenson president of bituminous Coal research inc., the speaker Lewis c. Tierney president of the chamber w. J. Jenks president of the Norfolk and Western railway and col. J. J. Lincoln. President of the Pocahontas operators association. Standing Are Albert s Kemper the Toast a Ter and w. M. Ritter the Hardwood lumber tycoon whose first Mill was near Bluefield. Bluefield Trade body holds annual dinner Allied Headquarters. Algiers dec. 3. Up a paced for the second Day by Aerial assaults on elaborate Well prepared fortifications it. Gen. Mark w. Clark s fifth army stabbed Forward from Cala Britto against the right flank of massed German troops guarding tie Man Road to Rome in the fourth Day of the biggest italian offensive since Salerno. Great Clouds of smoke and dust Hung Over the Battlefield. Air Force pilots participating in the methodical destruction of enemy gun positions and entrenchments ahead of american and British forces saw signs of a fierce combat Ramg below. Official accounts gave no indication whether Clark s troops yet had reached the hard Core of the nazi line. Equally bitter fighting raged on the eighth army front where the right Wing of Gen. Sir Bernard l. Moscow radio scoops world on Iran meet Washington dec. 3 up a the Moscow radio s a a scoop on the Roosevelt Churchill Stalin conference came like a Bolt from the Blue to american information officials who were frankly flabbergasted that the news is not made available simultaneously in other capitals. Elmer Davis chief of the office of War information said Quot we Hope that the next time Allied leaders meet we can make arrangements to spill everything simultaneously. It is a difficult thing to do because it involves arrangements with two or three Powers although we did succeed in the Case of the re Cert Moscow conference. Well do the Best we the White House offices were closed and no attaches were available for comment immediately. Armadas Rock Berlin half of nazi capital s buildings Are in ruins Center Stion of City big sum found in a 1 d. L a. J _ burning 41 British planes Are lost car owned by Man found dead in hotel upsets numerous Axis reports of meeting place full details London dec. S. We Raf air armadas rocked Berlin in a blasting new last night with More Chillicothe. O., dec 3 a a Pic police today uncovered $6,730 in the rear compartment of the Auto assault Mobile of Steve Simon of Beckley than a Ray w10 was found dead 1n a Alex Taraczkozy came Here to escort the body Home and remarked that the $117 found in the Man t pockets was much less than Simon was presumed to carry. Simon who officials said died of natural causes was in route to greatest a clinic to undergo surgery Knox a Nayles Tarawa Battle area industries is aheado�?o"10�?T a or Llin ill split uni Washington dec. 3 to a de i Flor i i. I in Lull spite the recurring headaches and h111 01 l u i la controversies afflicting the Bitu 111 1 Minous Coal Industry the nation a Al Coal association estimated to War time Job of Section s Issig Gusz Coal lumber and Railroad was ahead 0f 1942 for the period Ora a. _ ended november 27. Stressed pioneers Are National output for the week Samaj it filcic ended on the 27th was estimated non of a Cums approximately 12.450,000 net tons. Against an output of 10,866,000 i a 1 tons in corresponding week a an address on extensive re j year ag0 was an increase of local publisher Hugh Ike Shott honoured by chamber of Commerce area pioneers Marks 50th anniversary of Telegraph Ness a a a a a a a a Ltd criticism concerning m More Miles up the Adriatic coast. Loss of life tons of shells but Notilia a hat reach marshal and approached the ,. A a Hermann Goering could do pre Highway and Railroad enter of san Vito Chi Etino Only 16 Miles from the big port of Pescara. In Tel Harp 1,500 Long tons of new fire de followed a search Bomba and explosives Leav that began after Simon a Friend ing perhaps half of the nazi capitals buildings in ruins and the entire Center Section of the City in flames. Swarms of German fighters Rose to meet the four engine d bombers a 1 on Taraczkozy said flare paths lit As far As 50 Miles from the capital and 41 British planes fell during the great Battle in the Sites pierced by hundreds of searchlights and split by intense flak. Daybreak found the wreckage of planes scattered through the bombed City after this fifth heavy expected to be announced today decisions cover Many political angles a by the associated press London saturday dec. 4. A president Roosevelt prime minister Churchill and Premier Stalin in the such meeting in history have conferred at Teheran the capital of Iran Persia and agreed upon both military and political plans for the War against Germany Moscow radio announced today in the first official disclosure of the Parley. I cutting through numerous soviet Force stand firm Quot Huff Thrupp a Potino a the a my in a a., _ big three meeting. Moscow in a and bombs blast enemy vented the great Force of bombers against repeated counter broadcast recorded Here by the . A a a ioen.,u i from reaching the heart of nazi Rini Anar soviet Monitor stated officially before Lana assault Germany shortly after 8 p attacks expand Dnieper that the talks were held Quot a few reds bite into nazi rail nets ple Tore on Page t january 1 marking the 50th anniversary of m search the Coal Industry is under j per a ent taking to keep and expand it production from markets after the War and inter through november 27 was about i the Bluefield Dally Telegraph a sting reminiscence by the a 529.020.000 tons the announce Hugh Ike Shott who has been the Tiona a leading Hardwood a us a ment said con pred with 52g editor and publisher of the news producer on the Early Day of this 350 000 tons produced from Janu Quot for virtually All of the past reorganise defense the germans had recognized their defences farther Inland and a re resisting desperately around the ancient roman City of Lan Ciano where they held a 900-Ioot Ridge dominating the surrounding country. It a dub news Agency from Berlin reported German troops had evacuated Lanciano in the face of the ipg Hych army s Advance a radio France in Algiers re i ported entirely without confirmation from the Allied command that Field marshal Albert kes. Selring nazi commander in Italy tog a like nothing in the history and cascading Down their loads of High explosives and new Type of by the associated press phosphorous incendiaries in 30 Washington dec. 3 a the minutes bloody lesson of warfare that the i destructive blow americans and japanese traded River Bridgehead of fluff til bless Tell by a through nov Weber 28. 1942 w chamber of Commerce. Howard n. Eavenson of Pittsburgh president of bituminous Coal research inc., the principal speaker told the huge gathering of 314 business men that them a Dusty proposes to spend $3,500,-000 in the next five years on research. W. M. Ritter of Washington chairman of the Board of the Jungle troops close in lumber company bearing his name described How his Coal and a lumber Empire started when he came to Mercer county in 1890 and it up a Small circular Sawmill near Oakvale. He gave Many anecdotes linked with the development of the Bluefield area. Last nights Jar stronghold Ware on Huon Peninsula half Century was honoured by the Bluefield chamber of Commerce and some of the Early pioneers of the Coal lumber and Railroad Industry of this area at a testimonial luncheon yesterday noon at the Bluefield country club. The luncheon was a prelude to the chamber a annual dinner meeting held at the West virginian hotel last evening at which the principal speaker was Howard Fri n Eavenson. Pittsburgh pa., president of bituminous Coal re London saturday dec. 4 up it a mud spattered red army troops British reports estimated that j bit into the important German at Tarawa brought the., reactions iju0 off is i 1�5 rent Stork Northwest of a a it. A. J , �5�?�� Rald nov 26, in Ducat Gomel to two directions yester tonal Nom the head of the nay ing that if last night s blow was Day stood firm against repeated and a Marine who was there As destructive half the City now nazi counterattacks in the hotly 1. Secretary Knox taking note 1ias by in blown up or gutted by contested Cherkass area and sex of a a criticism concerning the. Handed their Dnieper River Bridge. The bomb Load dumped on head below Kremenchug 15 Mues grevious loss of american life in Berlin in the new Campaign was to the West through powerfully capturing the Pacific atoll As rigid to probably 15.000 tons sorted the Well prepared japanese withstood a pre invasion Pound Days ago a and that a diplomatic and military representatives took Quot at the said the official Moscow broadcast a questions on the conduct of the War against Germany were discussed As Well a number of political questions. A corresponding decisions were reported which will be made Public the soviet Monitor stated that full details of the Oon Terence i guests of Honor at the Noonday year. The attack had order a Retreat from positions of along the Adriatic following the a 2. A Marine corps combat Cor a crumbling of his entire Winter respondent who took part in the operations said Quot something a the germans were reported to j pea id half Small towns out toward the and Lee Earmes tart a pm cited to find dancing fifth and eighth armies Japan a Pii tactically ii cd out and then blowing up Bridges be air. A d naval Bombai Drent Hind them in an attempt to create actually encountered a Fero confusion and hamper the Allied defense Advance the japanese who killed 1,026 americans and wounded 2,557 Sample of defense More before they were Anni lated yesterday limited Advance in three Days of fighting were gave general Clarks warriors a Able to inflict such a Tol Knox Good Sample of the deep defences told a press conference for three the nazis have built into the Cen Mam reasons Ter of the line they were instruct i 1. They had shelters and gun de to hold at least until the new emplacements so heavily built and i defended territory Moscow an might be announced Between noon Berlin dispatches to the swe bounced Early today. And 2 p a. Eastern War time to described enor Nous new Ger Jan troops recoiling before Day. Basing this prediction on the Are in the North Central and the soviet attack Northwest of usual routine of the Moscow radio Southern p o r 11 o n s of the City Gomel sustained heavy losses the when announcing future Bros which still were burning from the previous attack. They quoted the germans As officially admitting bombers continue to hit luncheon included several of the through curtains of machine gun tar note in pioneers representatives of the fire and through barbed wire end any cos on mi6w Balldin three major industries around Tang laments and minefields _ it which the commercial Organiza enormous fleets of Allied bomb Tion built its War time dinner ers and fighters were wiping out Southwest Pacific Allied head meeting men. Who like publisher Strong Points. With the heaviest so deeply dug at the main Posi ton at Betio that they could withstand a Quot great number of 2. Trees and camouflage make it impossible always to get the information needed from Aerial the a photography in planning an at Hinnir nip Siripo Wusi wot Ratziu Ruusu to or. Over by Lewis c Tierney presi it quart Etc saturday. D0 4 Pic Shott have pled no Small part bombings concentrated in the photography in planning an at Dent of the chamber of Commerce i a Rall a troops supporting carving out from a vast Vicinity of Cevaro. Less than four tack. In this connection Knox with Albert s Kemper in the role �2 artillery Are closing in in the great Industrial 8 Miles due East of Cassino san said there had been a criticism by a m the in the Ware a japanese stronghold on which this Section represents to Giorgio six and the Huon Peninsula of Northeast j a Quot a War Tims Job in the area s Coal lumber and Railroad industries sirt oin other Industrial giants j a a i shared the spotlight with or. Rit sch the a Ter As guests of Honor represent Ilies capture oct 2 a their respective industries by were w. J. Jenks of Roa is re aussie diggers were mopping up a l Zoh Tuire in Bluefield on enem Strong Points along the Quarter of a Century in Blu ii a track which leads from anted won Ern Guinea Ware is Inland approximately Gen. Douglas Macarthur a Headquarters announcing the latest Progress today said the and col. J. J. Lincoln of Elkhorn gon on coast North of win sidiuionp0tah�nta6 Era i Westward to warn. Actors association. J>0 East just across narrow Jenks Speaks Kemper in introducing _. ,. _ a a half mile a Arm chair strategists that we had these Ecial guest Southwest of Cassino. And Rocca insufficient information concern a w u i Devandry eight Miles South i ing defences and Western railway. W. M Rit Southwest of Cass no. A a. M Ter Long prominent in the lumber liberators winged North to boat Manf up and Coal Industry of this bomb Bolzano on the Brenner a a change of wind Hung up 4u� to s j Lincoln pres inem and British destroy some american assault boats on a of the Pocahontas operators As ers bombarded Durazzo in Albania ref where the men were easy Socia Tion and a Pioneer of the Coal targets for the japanese Industry Oft Southern West v r Defeng be against Knox said that 2.200 tons of which Clark hurled his troops shells of All sizes 700 tons of Niemey a to woes and a Moj. Is approximately 20 bombs and millions of rounds of Lewis c. Tierney president or Fiig wide. It starts in the Calab machine gun bullets were poured Ginia. The chamber of Commerce pre j Ritto area just Southwest of sided at the luncheon and metro Mugnano and from there runs m diced James Dameron president general northeasterly direction Lirt. Them. A paid a blowing tribute to their part in Quot carving an Industrial Empire out of a wilderness m less than half a or. Jenk spoke of i pleasure at being Back among old friends and col. Lincoln observed that he a came a into the Pocahontas Field and like it so Well i have remained Here Ever since and take great Pride in the dominant position it has in the Coal Tierney expressing appreciation a for the a operation of Bluefield v business men in making the chamber a a Power Plant of Community Effort a called attention to a 20 percent increase in membership in recent months. He presented Eddie Steele Secretary for a the last six years with a monetary gift from the chamber and abjured the members to carry on in his absence since Steele leaves tuesday for Active duty in the army. As is usual there were a Large a number of out of town chamber of Commerce officials present introduced by Tierney were Ernest Lilly and e. W. Anderson past president and Secretary of the Princeton chamber e. E. Lamp ton. President Mullens chamber 0 Homer k. Bowen of Wytheville Assata move on see Page local publisher see Page 2 Story of win plan to kill president comes to Light through Mignano West of Vena fro pact of Lignano to a Point West or Montaquila. Large scale drive into the enemy prior to the land assaults. This heavy weight of explosives and Shell fire he noted exceeded the total dropped in a a a big raid on the vastly larger target of Berlin. Indeed said Knox most of _. The Tarawa target was within an front dispatches said the fifth area of about a Square mile army s drive in the Calabritto graphic eyewitness Story a area yesterday was the biggest Al riving belatedly today from Tara 1 offensive since the Landing a gave an idea of what it meant a a at a 1 a a a presumably on a to the attacking marines person Washington. Dec. 3. Up a a strange Story came to Light today of Row Jacale tha Nithe eighth army a any when All this shattering at How a Man with a wild plan to assassinate president Roosevelt smash at Sangro Ridge tack failed to put the defending miked about the White House Vicinity for 10 Days last month and a a a a a a a German japanese out of business finally was arrested for walking against a traffic Light. J something goes wrong the arrest by City police came at a time when the secret service was searching Washington for the Man after receiving word from his Ltd szkred far cell rats my it waa a rat my a a Vii Mia wham a Viavi a a Crof Eaith a a a of Fijol Noih a i orc flu Illg a Tot Vlf to ih6 to. Is american fighters and dive j correspondent Jim Lucas. A we bombers flew some 300 sorties said a there wont be a Jap alive and apparently was hoping for along a 20-mile front and drop i when we get a an Opportunity to molest the Ped Mote than 100 tons of High a that was the plan. Naval and soviet Midnight bulletin said a j casts the russians swept up More than political program . # to ,----1100 villages and hamlets key it a been widely reported that. Tit the four Points taken in this drive car the three Allied leaders. In add on bombes at East ried out through blizzards of i Tion to mapping the strategy of or. Factory areas i howling winds wet Snow and rain j the land sea and air War against p-rt1 n correspondent of were Sver Jen and Dovsky. Only Germany would agree upon a Zurich s Tagas a Zeiger reported n Miles and 18 Miles Northeast political program for the treat the greatest destruction in the of Rogacheva and Solta Novka 12 ment of Defeated nazi Dom and Al raids caused by fires adding that a the number of incendiaries and phosphorous cans totalled several Miles Southeast of Hobo Lin on the Gomel Railroad. Dovsky is the Junction of the k i Vale j concen Gomel mogilev and Rogacheva 44to slave railways. All three of the up buildings towns taken screen the approach simultaneously. N t0 the hubs of the German rail new fire bombs network in that Region Zlobin the phosphorous Type Anceno Santwere kids m oru Sec Diarle being used by the British the fighting n that area Are Many times More difficult Toi take Thiriot c enter extinguish than other fire bomb. Determined soviet troops bust Alftin night sw#3iofrvnm5� ing theh Way Forward through Thor in Complex Oerman Trench systems the a i m in anti 411 1 do 0ulr protected by mine . J a u Fields and barbed wire entangle no Rise were published in ments took novo Georg Riesk a in i scat Center of the Kirovograd few paper of carpeted the approaches to h a la the town with hundreds of Ger k j ii r�p2ft� City Man dead the communique said Council had branded Berlin is with this Westward thrust of lenses As inadequate and asked Jug Miles into the Dnieper sack Goebbels to reduce the Popula Tion 50 per cent by removing half of Berlin s Industry. Goebbels below Klemenc hts the russians moved to relieve the pressure on a. 1their comrades holding on in the was said to have replied that Ber up River Bridgehead near Cher Lin was too important a War Cen Mcasy. This Cherkass Bridgehead a Ter to be split up. Relatively Small one. Has been the 3 returning crewmen gave a vivid scene of hard fighting for Days., Voncial papers. The announcer in picture of shifting Cloud patterns and the communique said that in i produced it let a saving a i am shout so perhaps formulate n propaganda War to be aimed at the German people immediately. . Roosevelt and or. Church went to the Iran conference from their historic five Day meeting in North Africa with Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek which was concerned primarily with the War against Japan that meeting held from nov 22 through nov. 26. Was attended by a Galaxy of military and naval authorities who presumably journeyed on with their leaders. Chiang and i wife who also was present at some of the North african talks went almost directly Home and their arrival in chunking was announced thursday. . Roosevelt and mrs. Churchill journeyed Many Miles to Teheran but Stalin making i first trip outside the soviet Union since the communist revolution had to travel Only 70 Miles South of i country a a Border. The Moscow radio made the i nou Cement in an official efe Viet news Agency broadcast for pro wife of his intention which a secret service official said he attributed to a electrodes running through my secret service agents who told the Story said the Man is Walter Best 38, former worker in Pontiac and Detroit mich., factories. They said he now is in St. Eliza president when he left the grounds explosives and hundreds of Ami air bombardment was to All but to go to Church or for some other reason. Alarmed and disturbed by the president of southwestern Vir Ginia. Inc. Roy Shrout and Tobe Johnson Secretary and treasurer of the Mcdowell county chamber. Roy Witten of Pearisburg. President of the Giles county chamber Mot Commerce Aaron Russ of the Tazewell North Tazewell business menus association and col. R. P. Johnson of Wytheville. Local civic groups were represented by their presidents spen. Cer Armstead from the rotary said he spent much of the 10 Days a club Al Brooks from the Jaycees Between his arrival and his arrest e. R. Bishop from the Kiwas hanging around in Lafayette Park Beth s Hospital for the insane letter mrs. Be to told Michigan pending action by the United authorities of it. Word was restates attorney. Played to the secret service Here. William a. Carlson supervisor of secret service agents in the Michigan Ohio District first revealed the incident in an inter american fifth gee Page 3 draft deferment for men engaged in mine work to be asked arriving on nov. 13. Best had advised his wife of the hotel where he was staying and agents went there while other began a View with the Detroit news. Sec search about the White House ret service agents Here then con neighbourhood firmed the Story and added some meantime however. Best had details. Run afoul of the capitals traffic As the officers told it Best left regulations. He started across 9th Pontiac mich., nov 2 and arrived a Street at a be a n. We some blocks Here nov. 3 and registered at a away from the White House w a a. Hotel. Carlson said he wrote to j without regard for traffic signals administrator sent out the in his wife telling her he intended and traffic office h. W. Estes Washington. Dec. 3. A a operating managers of All government seized Coal Mes today were instructed to request the draft deferment of All men engaged in mine operations and to Appeal if local selective service boards deny deferment. C. J. Fotter Deputy Coal mines to a get rid of Roosevelt a but had found the president was out of town and was awaiting his return. They said Best never got inside the White House grounds which proceeded to give him a a ticket. Because of bests abusive language Estes took him to a precinct station where it was discovered that he was the Man St auctions which said that continued maximum production of. Coal for the effective pros ecu Tood off Tarawa and bombarded destroy the Island. The few living japs were to be so Shell shocked there would be no opposition. A a a at Dawn our planes came in. We could see them disappear into the smoke and the flame. We could hear the sputter of their machine guns. We could see the debris raised by their a but a Lucas Story continued Quot suddenly something appeared to have gone he went on from there to Tell of the ferocious defense by japanese Manning everything from eight Inch guns to sniper s rifles and How the marines were mowed Down in windrows. Knox was asked about the size of the american naval Force that Over Berlin of fighters darting one sector alone the russians about and smoke rising As High threw Back seven German coun As two to three Miles. The first bombs hit unnamed a new at times Lancaster and Hal faxes made runs across an almost cloudless sky then the wind shifted and blew fairly thick Clouds across the tar Ter attacks and killed approximately 800 germans. Soviet forces also hit Southwest of Kremenchug and by heavy fighting won Back the railway station of kor Stovka a Junction on the Kharkov Odessa and Kiev get. Night fighter patrols were Dnepropetrovsk lines 21 Miles East i to broadcast a statement to be inserted in every he read at dictation Speed twice and then at Ordinary Speed for checking purposes the usual pro Moscow radio�?8�� Page work is resumed at 2idle mines armada�?8ee Page 3 reds bite into see Page 3 Charleston w. Va., dec. 3. Up a work was resumed at two Idle Coal mine in Southern West Virginia today a speculation con a a 1 m i tinted on the ultimate settlement Accident in Buchanan count Yin the it just Rye to angled pro four persons killed in truck int Tetree t Are surrounded by a High Iron secret service agents were Hunt Fence and patrolled by uniformed ing. Guards As Well As by soldiers. They Best was not armed when arrested but secret service agent said they found a loaded .38 Caliper revolver and 10 additional which lies across Pennsylvania rounds of ammunition in his hotel see Page 3 Avenue from the White House i room. Tion of the War makes it necessary for All mine workers to stay i at their jobs and produce even More. Potter said that the Patrio i Tim of the mine workers is beyond question As demonstrated j by their production record Ana additional by the service of Large numbers of them in the i military forces. It to what sergeant Luca and his Fellows thought was sure destruction. Was it greater than the japanese Force at the Battle of Midway Island in 1942? a i can to say a a Knox replied. Quot but if the japs had brought the whole Fleet from Truk out there we would have been d a lighted to have them Young Stinson a driving the wa6 Down yesterday Young people returning from basketball game at time of Road Accident two children injured critically two Young men one a Soldier Dren were Riding in the truck bed. And two girls were killed and two the truck a thought to have children were critically injured skidded on the wet Road run up when the truck in which they were j an embankment and overturned Riding overturned about Halfway pinning the occupants of the Between Richlands and Grundy m truck within the cab Buchanan county As the group was returning from a basketball game at Garden Creek thursday night about 10 30. Those killed Are Cindy Harman 18, daughter of or. And mrs. Jack Harman Shirley mutter. 17, daughter of or. And mrs. Luther mutter Otis Stinson 18, son of or. And mrs. A. J. Stinson All of Marvin a. Near the scene of the Accident and pfc. Howard Mcgothlin 23, of Camp Claiborne. Louisiana. Before entering the service. Pfc. Mcglothlin made his Home with Lawrence Smith of Richlands the injured children were Clarence Stinson. 13, brother of Otis Stinson and Guy mutter. 11, brother of 8hirley mutter. The four who were killed were lems. Four operations were Sull Down in the Northern Field three of them because the operator say that the 15-cent increase in the Price of Coal per ton allowed by opa i not enough to cover production Cost under the present government working agreement. The Detroit mining company s two operations at Gordon Boone county resumed work after veral Day idleness. Also Back in production was the Alma no. A 6 mine of the red jacket Coal corporation in Mingo county which truck when the Accident occurred i coat sources at Fairmont re the four Riding in the cab were ported that wage negotiators in apparently crushed to death when j Washington being carried on the truck overturned mashing the without participation by the cab and Hood of the truck com Southern producers were discuss Petely in. The children suffered ing an entirely new wage formula head and internal injuries at-1 to substitute for the present ays taches at the Grundy Hospital Tern of applying the 1.50 daily where the children were taken wage raise to piece worker and said loaders. Besides caving in the cab of they explained that the discus the truck the truck bed was ions devolved around a proposal thrown off by the Impact of the for Flat raises instead of the crash. Involved technicalities which Gerald Fuller and Billy Hale j operators say Are now existent of Marvin were the first to reach Washington participant m the the scene of the tragedy at about wage conference said they were 11 of clock thursday night the not discussing any such plan As bodies were taken to the Richlands reported at Fairmont. They added that it was advanced by the funeral Home. No funeral a _ Riding in the cab of the chevre Range menace had been made last southerners who Are taking no let truck and the injured Chil a night. 1 part in the discussion

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