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10 Aug 1955

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10 Aug 1955

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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Charleston, West VirginiaThe weather cit1t warm possible act Lerud rain today and thurs. Low 70, thurs. High 90. Scattered rain tonight and thursday. Final edit Ion vol. 41 Charleston West Virginia wednesday evening August. 10, 1955 five cents Marland other governors Call on Adlai Inland sweep seen tonight Hatteras n. C. A Hurricane Connie swirled off the Carolina coast today her 135-mile winds threatening another mighty blow at the area still Licking the wounds of last year s disastrous Hazel. The big whirlwind was almost stationary this morning some 225 Miles Southeast of Wilmington racing body probe data Given Fox ally. Gen. John g. Fox had under study today a report condemning the stale racing commission and. Facing director j. P. Edwards. Fox was a skid to. Decide if Legal action is. Warranted against the com Mission or Edwards or both. The interim committee on government and finance gave the re port prepared by legislative Audi Tor c. H. Koontz 16 Foi his Fox promised a preliminary report on his findings by sept. 17 and said he would make final recommendations by oct. 1. Fox. Agreed with a statement by sen. Harry Moats a committee member that his Job would be to determine "1. What funds if any. Have Heen misappropriated and it so can we get them Back Anc "2. Ii there has been any Crimi Nal abolish Onk Koontz who was Given the Job n f looking into racing commission activities for the legislature and 1o make a report which May be used a basis for possible Legisla Tion recommended that either the racing commission or the Job a racing director be abolished. He said it seems a settled fact that the state does not need both r racing director and a. A Otmis Kion Tjie three commission Mem liars Are Ralph Lepore Wheeling i chairman John f. Ambrose Charles town and Roy v. Graham of Huntington. The re Perl also 1. Criticized Edwards on. The Bas is of that. He not Only has interest in a race track in Illinois but also is interested in acquiring interests Iri Avest Virginia tracks. 2. Blasted the commission for promiscuous issuance of passes Avrich represented a potential loss o in Gate receipts during Hitt summer meeting at Waterford Park alone. 3. Agreed with a recent opinion by Fox that the commission acted illegally in. Giving a full voting Seal us to Edwards following his appointment to the newly created 2t5-a-Yeir position of racing director last Spring after his Nomina Tion to be commission chairman see racing body Page 6, column 1 gun cleaner shoots self Tilden Holey 42, of Bakers Fork was. Admitted to Charleston general Hospital last night after being shot in the left shoulder Chest by a 12-Gaugo Shotgun. Trooper Beverly of the state police said Haley was shot while cleaning the gun. Attendants at the Hospital mid he was admitted for surgery immediately upon arriving at the Hospital in a Long and Fisher ambulance. They said he was bleed ing badly and was in some pain he is being fed intravenously. His condition was this morning according to the. Attendants. Good evening close the Day with a chuckle Mars Khab France Driver Maiert reported today that two from be Ford kit if firm Foh hed my at is Wallet my it contained atty about in Hurt Ait it in Bee it warm i jul. Tallai Stevenson democratic party candidate for president in last election greets three governor who culled lit his Home lust night to pay respects. Left to right Stevenson gov. W. C. Marland of West Vir Ginia gov. De Johnson of Colorado and gov. Ernest Mcfarland of Arizona. A Way die before Campaign dem depicts Ike Chicago my democratic Cov. G. Mennen Williams of Michigan today described president Eisenhower As an old Man who May not want a second term but who is Likely to be forced by republicans into running in 1956. Williams who said he is leaving the door open to the possibility that he May seek his own party s told reporters at the 47th annual governors conference that a lot of things can. Happen before next year s party conventions. President Eisenhower is an old Williams said. He May die before the Campaign Eisenhower is 64. When a reporter remarked this seemed a cold blooded stale sees Adial losing Chicago up Adlai. E. Stevenson s said to Day he knows president Elsen Hower would beat him if they both ran for the presidency in 1d5g. Mrs. Ellen Borden Stevenson said her sex husband would pre Fer to wait until 1960 for a second bid for the presidency but he knows if he does he s politically Williams supplemented in by saying that Adlai e. Stevenson he 1952 democratic nominee or of us May die before that response Williams noted that if or runs acid is re elected he Wilt become the nation s oldest presi Dent before he completes a new tour year term. Under Normal circumstances political parties probably would not choose such a Williams said. But the republicans probably Are going to Force him to Williams statements provoked speedy response from Republican goes. Arthur b. Lan Glie of Washington and Theodore r. Mckeldin of Maryland. Langlie said that the Issue of Eisenhower s age Wil iams was slandering some of the finest workers minds of he Mckeldin said he regards the Senomi Natum and reelection of Eisenhower and vice president if Ixon adding that he is see dem depicts Page 6, column 5 crash kills Broneman a Marmet 1 one Boone county Man was killed and two others injured yesterday afternoon when their car struck a Large Sycamore tree on u. S. It. 119 near Marmet. The men All in uie ii 60s, were in route to their Homes in Chilesville. The dead Man was listed Al Johnson funeral Home Iri Maimet As Steve loredies 6t, a Whites Ville restaurant operator. The injured m in William Cata Kis 61, and Nick Sabakos 67 were admitted to Boiarsky memorial Hospital. Catakis was in ser ious condition with a cur shed Skull and severe cuts. His condition n improved this morning according a attendants. Sabakos also admitted Suffell severe cuts on the head. A Johnson ambulance attendant quoted witnesses As saying that the car apparently went oat of control and slammed into the tree about 5 feet off the Highway after the Light front lire blew out. Said loredies was dead from multiple Chest injuries when the ambulance arrived at the scene about a mile from the loot o Lens Creek Mountain. According to papers found in his clothing loredies was the owner of the car and believed to be the Driver Sabakos said the three were re turning to Chilesville from a visit with a sick Friend in a Charleston Hospital. The body of loredies will re Matij at Johnson funeral Home. Plunge kills 10 Seoul crowded bus plunged Over a Cliff yesterday and carried 10 passengers to their deaths 90.Miles South of Seoul. Twenty others of the 50 passengers were injured seriously. Dangerous runaway reactor held world threat Geneva up the California scientist rho unlocked he secret of the Hydrogen bomb warned the world today of a new dread runaway nuclear reactor that could be As dangerous As the atom bomb itself. The warning was delivered in a paper from Edward Teller of he University of California known As the father of the Hydrogen 3omb" and Wai echoed in papers in British and soviet scientists at he atoms for peace Confer ence Here. Teller working with me ullo Urh o the atomic Energy and Mark wills of of he University of California draft t de one of the most in Amatuc j. Papers of the conference. It Road today by much Llonch. Warned that runaway i Slear Burnacci May Force the evae nation of entire cities Poison entire watersheds and turn stretches of land into forbidden areas for years it could be a split second disaster but an Industrial disaster unknown before to the world. The scientists said nuclear Fis Sion must be made As Safe As or electricity for the Era of atomic Power near at hand. They told an in ceasing search for devices to make nuclear fission Safe in the laboratories of two continents. The paper that with All the inherent safeguards that can Sec atomic reactor Page halt rioting Dulles asks so. Koreans Washington tary of state Dulles appealed to South Korea today to exer use patience and avoid violent action in efforts to oust truce supervisors from the country. Dulles asserted emphatically at a news conference that the. United slates intends to live up to its obligation to protect the truce team include communist czechs and poles. South koreans have staged Vio demonstrations against the , in which a turn Sci of american soldiers have been no Rcd none seriously. Korpai president syn Man race has demanded that they get out of his country. Dunes agreed with South korean charges that these reds Are Little More than spies Bill he said he does not i Hank information they pick tip can imperil the Republic of Korea., bid reject Kun Dulles also rejected in response to questions the idea of try ing to unify Korea or any other divided nation in today s world by Force. Dulles said that because of the devastation o f atomic War the country might be unified Only for insects and not for. People. He added that he doubts whether thai would be satisfactory even to the lot tempered red hating South koreans. Meanwhile 300south veterans today stormed a u. A army compound on Volmi Island it were repulsed by tear bombs before they could capture communist members of the Neutral nations truce supervision team. Heavily armed american Mili Ary police under orders to Starl shooting , also poured water from fire hoses on the koreans whose six Days of government inspired riots brought american korean relations to a crisis. The american guards were equipped with masks and wore combat helmets As they stood firm against the angry sex South korean soldiers who surged across an.800 oot Long Caus Eway leading to the land compound and tried heir Way into the. Billets of the communist truce inspectors. None Hurt no americans or koreans were reported injured in the second in two the Island. Seven americans and 30 koreans were injured in tuesday s pre Dawn clashes. Today s rioting was touched off by truckloads of korean reinforce ments who poured into the area by truck from Seoul. Until they arrived the koreans had milled around outside the compound Houting threats by Loudspeaker. Other koreans circled the Island y Junks and the stood by o repel a water borne Landing. The . Army was bending ver backwards to remain Calm n the face of Stone and bottle growing koreans who have termed five american compounds hot Ighut Korea., and injured at East 38 soldiers. N. C. But the weather Bureau re ported the dangerous. Hurricane was expected to move North North West or North later would bring the winds probably Early tonight some place Between the port City and thin Atlantic outpost on Korll Carolina s outer Banks. Whole coast anxious the entire Eastern Seaboard remembering three 195 t hurricanes which killed More . 250 per sons acid caused upward o lil Bil Ion dollars damage girded for any eventuality and kept a want Chou Eye on Connie s Progress. Indications today were that. Con lie would hit not far from the tax its Tower rushed Boston w a Crew of men worked at lop Speed today to tie Down a Tex As Tower radar station 100 Niles at sea in against possible Hurricane weather. The coast guard Culler me Tulloch stood by a mile from the however ready o Lake the .92 workmen to Shore Anil safety. The Rush Job was on the last of three permanent legs driven ,50 the Ocean Bottom on. Which the 10 million Hollar platform will stand As base for a Navy air Force Eoas Lal radar station. Point Hazel came to land last oct 15 to sweep northward through the heavily populated East Clear Canada. Most hurricanes blow themselves out shortly after they reach land. But after Hazel or chances were being taken. Towering Waves and. High tides already pounded the North Ina Shore and hard tropical show ers pelted residents and vacation ers moving to safety away from to beaches. Be aclies took on deserted look of Winter. The entire East coast from Savannah ga., of tfnss., Hurricane Alert Lough seas were reported All. Along he area. Exodus from aka Wiiks crowded automobiles piled High Vilh belongings moved away from he Carolina beaches last night and this morning. The coast guard u it. Macon ordered the leaches evacuated at Atlantic 3each, Sailer path and Emerald sic. Evacuation was ordered at rights vile Beach near Wilming on and advised by authorities it Carolina Beach to the South. High water lapped Sand dunes my Beach front Homes Long before he storm arrived. It was pounding Waves that caused much of the damage to properly during last year s storm. All possible precautions have see Miles Page column 5 local guard planes Back paging the news Adi n Colci a. J9 i swim Ord Luule v to to t not ten la of All the nun 14 the Valley 4 Tebei Iceni very Small talk 17 Walter we Newell a the 367th fighter interceptor Adron of the West Virginia air National guard is being returned o Charleston because of Hurricane Connie. The had been on Ummer Maneu vers at Travis Field a. Last monday the unit and 22 of is aircraft were taken Inland to Craig Field Selma ala., alien he storm began moving. Three f the aircraft were left at Travis Field maintenance shops. Pilots of the 167th will arrive in Charleston Lale this afternoon. They will continue their training Ever uses Al Kanawha Airport. Mem Bers of Tho Squadron s maintenance Crews will arrive Here to Morrow and the remaining portion will return Early saturday morn no. Hurricane Connie has been threatening the entire Southeastern of the United states Ami disrupted the training exercises at training with the West Virginia grip Werp squadrons rom Kentucky and North map shows paths of he three worst hurricanes of last a car a Law Edna and Carol Kex compared the indic Mcd path of Hurrl crime Connie now push Iii toward the funeral area of jape Flat turns. Hazel most destructive of the 1854 Sturnm Hogan by Rollow lne a path similar to Connie s currently indicated route. A reunion let Dzul on a y woman gets name of missing sister a letter that will re establish Contact Between two Sisters who Haven t Sce cach other for almost 18 years went in a Bank looted of Ackerman miss a masked Man poked a gun. In the ribs of Bank manager today Jor Ceri him to Strong Box and fled with about to Cash. Manager John keen old author pics the wearing Khaki clothes and g mask was waiting inside when he unlocked he door f the Bank at Akkerman Between and 50 . Edt he forced open the Strong Box arid took All the keen told officers. He forced me to lie on the floor and told me to Tay there for five minutes. Then in left by the Back the Highway patrol said the Bandit fled in a. Pickup truck. Road blocks were thrown on. All roads in the area. Officers. Said a second Man also vearing Khaki clothes Wax driving he truck. Nuro mail y. Mrs. Tames Gelli spic at nil wrote it this morning to her sister mrs. Emmett Boswell of Detroit Mich mrs. Gilspie a 27-year-Oli Mother of two Small children Rani been trying to find her sister since both were adopted out. Of the Davis child shelter Early in 3938 a flock of tips from daily Mai who read of the worn an s plight last sunday led mrs Glispie. To mrs Mario Mark Ham of Chesapeake. Mrs. Mark Ham adopted the sister Jean when she was 8 years old. Of inks no Toft the two women met yesterday i s. Markham embraced her Fos Tor daughter s sister and declared she was. Picture of Jean. She supplied Jean s married Nam and address. She told mrs. Gillespie that Jean has a 7-year-old son Larry. Mrs. Boswell had visited Charleston Only last Decora tipi Day. The difficulty in tracing Hei see. Reunion letter Page 6, column i Hoover 81, lauds nation Home dedicated As shrine Newberg Ore. W r Herbert Hoover said today on his blast birthday we . Eyes Hills for Orr whence comely our help. We should occasionally mention something Good about the former. President in an and fess prepared for delivery at the medication of his boyhood Home Ere As a National shrine said. During the last scorn of years lir american Way at life has been eluded with criticism. Altogether it we look at the criticisms alone we seem to be in very very bad but he we could Oil out that stir american Way t life has perfected the greatest Radii activity of and nation on Arth that our Standard of living s the highest in the world. In the government Field we Ould suggest that our supposedly decadent people still rely upon the allot and the legislative Hall to cattle their differences without a Ecret police with slave Camps. And we Enow suggest that we Lone of All nations fought in two or let wars and asked no Index no is no acquisition of territory no nomination Over other Hoover said he himself has flinch in. Criticism of Tho Ameri an scene because of my ankle is Over mistaken policies and especially the influence Karl Marion our Way of Hoover recalled that he was brought hero some 70 years ago to live with his Uncle. Or. Henry j. Min Hora a physician and Quaker educator and Liis wife. He told of min Thom s cd Peri a Pioneer country doctor and said America needs More family doctors today. The Lac Rbert Hoover foundation restored the mihll.i6pn.Home to its condition of 1884 when Hoover went to live there after the death of his. Parents. He was educated ii Ere and at Salem before going to Palo Alto calif., to attend Stan Ford University. A Olivcr looking Snappy in a Straw hat arrived in Salem 30 Miles South of Here by plane from san Francisco last evening and spent the night there. He came Here for the birthday dedication As a guest of the Oregon legislature. Before the ceremonies a new stretch of the Pacific Highway be Ween Newberg and Portland was officially dedicated is Herbert of Over Boulevard. Youth tells of slaying Ohio parents Columbus a Iii up olice i jell a 1.8-Ypar-old sex Couvil Olio Conui Isuel to till vicious Liam Raci knife slay pigs of his Mother and Stepfather or further questioning today. The of convict Robert Jacob filler was arrested tuesday at Cambridge Ohio where he hurl mopped at a service station for Uel and tire repairs. At the tripe of his arrest he had four other Koutlis with him whom officers identified As hitchhikers on. Heir Vay Back from tic East const. Said. Miller to uleces during questioning and sobbed out the. Events that led to list weekend s murder of his step rather Ami Mother or. And Wiomer Thomas. Miller told officers Fie became violently angry Durini an argument with his Mother. Betty Hon she objected to one of is kill mends. He said he began striking Hor with his lists. When Lis. Slepr Wilher int re Ned Muler Light police reported. Miller told he then i Abbed a Hummer and at Lackoff he couple. When the handle broke ran to hit Kitchen and returned with another Hammer to Complete in bludgeoning. Two. Hammers mid two Butcher lives All with blood slain. Were found near the battered bodies of the victims. Preliminary reports . Thomas had been stabbed seven times in the face and husband bad six slab wounds three in lira Throat. Arid three in the head. I their bodies were found monday evening by relatives who forced Ihler Way inn the House Allee they were unable to Contact the couple. A pickup order was. Issued for Miller when reported seeing his. Mother s car which he Imd been using parked in the driveway saturday night. Miller has a record of several Erms ill correctional institutions and spent nearly two. Years in Trio f n d. E r a i reformatory at Chilli Leothe Ohio. Reserve Bill now a Law washing of in Eisenhower says hell ask con Gress Early next. Year to make Tia or changes in the new min Ary Reserve , Wlinich he signed into Taw yesterday. Eisenhower said the Meas Riff product of three Mohlis of con Gressional wrangling Falls Short of his recommendation however in signed u a few hours before he deadline for presidential action in Misc he said in will definite y the Reserve Struc the goal of the new program is expansion of the Man ready Reserve to men. Sisti How wanted this goal met Jogo saying it was vital to his plan for reducing the a c t. I v e Iri ried forces. But changes made y Congress in effect inns Leoned he full Reserve buildup by two ars. I the president complained that he Bill fails to Grant authority to draft men for the reserves if sufficient numbers to meet military Are not obtained mrs. Eisenhower ordered to rest Gettysburg a. Mamie Eisenhower has been rest no in bed at the Eisenhower farm Ince the weekend but a presiden aide says she is not ill. Merely president Eisenhower disclosed tuesday that mrs. Eisenhower s Roclor. Sent her to bed to rest for Iree Days after an Active week and. But the president added that she is All. the president made the remark a group of Maryland cattle re Edri apparently to explain by mrs. Eisenhower wat not on and with him to Greet them. Tho roup a five the Reg stored Ilo Stcin Heifer. Defy committee Washington of Commerce weeks Ink his bus mini advisory Council today Delta Erti of a Struse committee Pio Duce Baum Cordt and

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