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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - August 8, 1953, Charleston, West VirginiaThe weather showers late today. Cloudy cooler sunday. State scattered storms to Day tonight. Cooler sunday. Final news today edition vol. 39 associated press. United press Central press. A sports wire Charleston West Virginia saturday evening August 8, 1953 associated press Wir photos Aba King features pictures five cents up to in to h allies warn China against new attacks chinese free St. Albans Pway t1. Enemy told pvt. Orville g. Jones of the Amandaville Section of St. Albans just made it through the Freedom Gate at Panmunjom last night As his name was near the Bottom of a list of 90 american prisoners released. I did t mind getting up to go to a Telephone for that exclaimed his sister mrs. Neomi k. Scarbro i others made Guinea pigs Fayette boy freed bares experiments by enemy doctors a negro Soldier from scar get the message until later As he was away from Home at the time. His wife called mrs. Williams to Tell her of the Good news. It in t necessary for me to say was very Happy when i got Home and Learned Orville had been Charles Jones said. Mrs. Williams said she got a Telegram from the defense depart ment about two years ago saying her brother was missing in action Bro Fayette county joined his and later that he was a prisoner Ujj it i the 20-year-old youth enlisted in buddies at Freedom 17 was Korea yesterday in reporting captured in november 1950. He Williams of St. Albans. Another War threat of carrying fight beyond Korea seen As deterrent United nations n. Y. Nations Mem she explained that the Call came bought red Daggres from a sister in Law mrs. Charlesj Jones of 282 Wertz a. Today Quick resistance to any new common brother also notified is attacks and said a renewed the daily mail called Charles korean War might be carried Jones just a few minutes after his to red chinese territory. Brother was freed but he did t that chinese doctors used was with the 24th infantry regi americans As human Guinea pigs in fatal medical experiments. Pvt. Godfrey Jones jr., ton of mrs. Alberta Jones of Scarbro told of the experiments and re ported too. That Many gis had become addicted to a narcotic Weed possibly marijuana. One time a woman doctor who said she was educated in Detroit put some sort of meat under my skin he said. The soldiers also told of Mer ment 25th division. Charles who heard from his he was prisoner said the sex brother about 10 or 12 times while prisoner of War sounded like was getting along pretty he explained that pvt. Jones had up with his old love sports while a prisoner. While a prisoner he won several prizes for athletic prowess. The award usually was a to shirt or a Good dinner. But he was injured during a football game and had to give up me spokesmen said careful Diplo Matic consultations would have to precede any go ahead to strike beyond Korea s Borders. They said such action might require a formal . Resolution. United nations members emphasized that there was no Advance commitment to hit the chinese Homeland in Friday s 16 nation warning to the reds. The general View of the nations who resisted aggression in Korea was that the Mere threat of action against red China might Well help to deter the communists from a rash renewal of the War. Neutral asian delegates were far from convinced on the other hand that the warning was a Wise by shots that killed men in five playing Charles said Orvine told Tim ism Here Over chances of a minutes and of painful in a letter. Two of pvt. Jones friends pvt. Anderson Battle of Bartow Fla. And Cpl. Tommie Hampton 33, of Chicago said they did a lot of experimenting on us. That s All they were doing All the crude surgery told a Captain in the u. S. Medical corps said at the port of Inchon that communist doctors used car Penters Sawhorse for operating tables and dirty string for sutures. Although the stories of narcotic conflicted on some Points almost to a Man the liberated pos 80 of them voiced a bitter hatred of communism. Most of the prisoners were Cap tured in the Early Days of the War see Scarbro i Page 3, column 2 Thomas of mrs. Norma Orville has two other Brothers and two they Are Tornius of 411 Jacob St., and Washington Manor Stillwell of Charles Ivelja Llu Illta of unwell it. Ton and mrs. Mary Dunnigan of Charleston. Pike to take More Money an additional Revenue Bond is sue to finance the 88-mile Charles ton to Princeton Turnpike will be necessary according to the West Virginia Turnpike commission. Japs to get lost islands Tokyo u. S. Secretary of state Dulles said tonight the unit a newsman s questioned states wan13 to return to a owners might be held news broken by Malenkos Moscow Premier Georgi Malen Kov told the sir preme soviet today that has developed a Hydrogen bomb. The announcement greeted with the loudest applause of the current session of the supreme soviet Russia s parliament miners Union fights ruling in Clay Case Dulles signs pact with s Korea a s. Secretary of state John Foster Dulles and South korean foreign minister Pyn Yung Tai sign the Mutual defense pact at the president s mansion in Seoul to Day. Looking on is president syn Man Rhee and prune minister Paik too Chin standing right to others unidentified. A wire photo via radio from they Felt that with a political conference on korean unification in the a poor time to fill the air with they also suggested that most of the recent talk of renewed fighting has come from South korean president syn Man Rhee and not from the communist Side. In general there is far less of korean much less of a far East settlement than there was in the Days immediately following the truce signing. The feeling was due to Many w. Park s statement that the reds might be holding from to More americans than they admit the Rhee Dulles threat to walk out of the political conference in 90 Days the Stream of atrocity stories told by returned . Prisoners. On Clark s statement it was emphasized that the general him self says there is no solid proof and his agreement in answer to the information was released yesterday in the Agency s quarterly report which noted that the Money would not be needed until next Spring. Millions allotted originally 96 million dollars Worth of Bonds were issued to finance the two Lane toll Road. A spokesman for the commission said traffic and consulting engineers were collecting the necessary data to. Determine How much additional Revenue the commission would need to Complete construction of the Road. much of the estimate firemen on the amount of contracts to f petted to be let within the next 1n 1 Unwe few weeks for paving or Black pan the Island group of Amati Oshima Between Japan and Okin soon As diplomatic arrangements can be completed. Dulles said he had informed prime minister Yoshida of America s willingness to Relin Quish its rights Over the islands and their inhabitants who have always been hateful Unco operative and unfriendly toward the United states. The United states has held Juris diction Over the Amati Oshima group since feb. 2, 1946. The japanese peace treaty which went into effect april 28, 1952. Provided that the u. S. Would continue to hold jurisdiction in the islands. In a statement at the american embassy Dulles said it still is Nec Essary for America to maintain its hold on other islands formerly held by the japanese and taken Over after world War ii. Will be necessary during the As hostages for political bargaining was Dis counted As Mere conjecture at this Point. Creek holds car bodies a car containing an undetermined number of persons plunged into the Backwater of Witcher Creek near Belle late this morn ing and members of the Belle Volunteer fire department were still grappling for the car at 11 a. M. A Bob Morris wrecker and a Fidler and Frame ambulance also were at the scene. Jim Smithers of a Witcher Esso station called the Belle fire depart ment about a. M. The Gas station attendant Sak he saw the car swerve across the Road hit the Bridge and plunge present International tensions in in i 4.l. Am cd into the Creek which is about 30 the far East for the United states to maintain the degree of control and authority now Dulles said. Eok defense treaty signed Seoul Korea of state John Foster Dulles and president syn Man Rhee approved a Mutual defense treaty today and agreed to walk out of the korean peace con Ference together after 90 Days if agreement with the com purge dooms 10 top men in no. Korea 2 others get terms on charge of giving assistance to . Combined from a and up a Lei London Moscow radio reported today the North korean supreme court has sentenced to death 10 High government officials accused of plotting to overthrow North Korea s communist regime. Two others were Given Long jail terms. The 12 defendants in a typical communist purge trial confessed the radio said to spying and ing on other subversive work for the United states and South Korea. Ringleader named named As ringleader and Topping the list of those sentenced to die former Justice minister Lee Sung is ref oru Ereo munits appeared hopeless. But Dulles told a news Confer ence later the joint declaration with Rhee did not mean the United states intended to renew the korean War automatically if the con Ference failed. The .-South korean defense treaty the Price demanded by Rhee for permitting the korean armistice was initiated this morn ing by Dulles and Rhee. They issued a joint declaration on their four Day meeting am Dulles held a press conference be fore he flew to Tokyo for an Over in route Back to Wash pledges v. S. Aid the treaty pledges the United states to come to the Aid of the korean Republic if it is again at tacked. It also gives the. United states the right to base military forces in Korea. In the treaty Are assurances that any United states action would be carried out i accordance with see defense pact s Page 3, column 4 Fri probes tax decision Washington up attorney Smithers said the car was going j West. For no apparent it Cut right Square across the Road hit the Bridge and glanced off into the Topping the entire Road he said. Would prevent delay the commission definitely is in Good financial shape at the present the spokesman said. Our idea merely is to anticipate fur ther costs so there will be no de lays in completing tie he added that the need for More Money had been expected and that the original Bonds were issued under a ratio of expenses to Esti mated income which left lateral for additional Bond issues. J the commission spokesman said neither his Agency nor the under writers of the original Bond Issue expected any difficulty in issuing a jew Bonds. New York j ten year old Geraldine Kissling was killed Early today when she fell from her fourth floor bedroom window while watching firemen fight a Blaze opposite her Home. Good evening close the Day with a chuckle Santa Monica Calif. Up got George Cross jr., 23, coming and going Friday. Cross was arrested Lor Speed big but Tore up the ticket. Then he was charged with violating a Day ordinance against throw ing paper on the streets. Yop. Among the others were for prop Armda f minister Pak Hong Wong and the see purge dooms 10 Page 3, column crashes kill boys of Logan Kanawha two teen age boys one of them a resident of Kanawha county and the other from Logan lost their lives in separate Highway accidents during the night according to police. Officers As identified the victims Frederick Newton Morris 15, of Creek. Ment on a dirt Road near crooked Campbell when the struck a Creek car in killed instantly which he Rode Bridge Over sixteen c. Mile Creek on state it. 17 in i Mason county. In Mullen Bud Grimmett 14, of 23. Logan passenger in a car i plunged Over a 15-foot embark v sgt. H. D. Coyner of the it. Pleasant state police detachment said Morris son of or and mrs. Welburn Mayock s Conn Over contribution to the 1948 Campaign fund of former presi Dent Truman. Justice department sources revealed that Brownell told the feb to Check into All phases of the testimony of the former Lega adviser of the democratic National committee. Mayock told a House com Mittee investigating tax scandals this week that he supplied the contribution from a fee he received for helping a prominent businessman out of his tax woes he testified he received a favourable ruling for his client after taking the matter up with John w. Snyder then Secretary of the Treasury. The subcommittee referred the matter to the Justice and treas Ury departments. Chairman Rob Ert w. Kean

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