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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - February 16, 1953, Charleston, West VirginiaThe weather Snow flurries to night. Low 21 tues., Cloudy cold. Light Snow. Low 18 to 24. Tues. Flurries. For democracy. Decency dependability final edition vol. 47 associated chess. United press Charleston West Virginia monday evening february 16, 1953 associated press wire photos features five cents 6 die As car collide the grinding collision of this car and an ambulance on u. S. It. 21 North of Charles ton last night brought death to six of its seven passengers. The other lies critically injured in Charleston general Hospital. Force of the crash practically demolished the Dodge Sedan As the above picture shows. At the right above arc two of the victims who died almost instantly in the tragedy. Mrs. Helen c. Bogguss so cons 18, of Sis Sion Villa and Lorraine bog Gess 1c, her sister also of Sis Sonville. Daily mall photo by Earl Helen skeens 5 Sissonville people dead one of Kenna sunday night wreck occurs on u. S. 21 i Soldier near death a shattering High Speed collision Between an ambulance and a Sedan on u. S. It. 21, five Miles North of Charleston last night killed six persons and injured three others. One of them May not live. Five of the Young people died almost instantly in the grinding crash and the sixth succumbed Al most 12 hours later in the Charles ton general Hospital. Dead in the Mung cil wreckage of the car bringing a Soldier to the City at the end of his furlough mrs. Helen a Bogguss skeens 18, of Sissonville. Whose husband other pictures i Afie 13 22 killed in rail crash Italy trainmen accused of speeding Benevento. Italy w excessive Speed Blomad on faulty brakes hurled the Bari in plus express off inc track Here yesterday killing at least 22 persons. Eighty were injured 23 seriously. All casualties were italian. The id car train raced Down Hill at g5 Miles an hour into this South italian City and jumped the rails is it approached the station. The locomotive plunged onto the station platform. Only the last car remained on the tracks. Many of the victims were headed for Naples to sail for a new life in Venezuela. Train Engineer Roberto Pilara and his assistant. Nicola Ricciardi were arrested and placed under guard in Benc Vinto s Little Hospital which was crowded to overflowing with the injured. Witcra told investigators the brakes failed. Ralmond Giovanni director general of italian railways snid the train should have slowed to 18 Miles per hour be fore entering Dunc Vinto but that h speedometer tape showed it had been going 65. He said the locomotive brakes had not vet been examined. Lorraine Boggess House group Koehs tax Cut Bill Ike s go slow plea hello where is everyone overridden by panel Washington House ways and Means com Mittee Over Rode president Eisenhower s go slow request and voted 21 to 4 today to Cut individual income taxes on july 1. Soviet planes invade Japan the Cut. If it Law would amount to above five per rent for most in thin Rall near year. An additional Cut of about Flor per cent would to into effect on Jan i 1934, Mak Iii the total reduction about 10 Parrent. Legislation providing for the tax . Fighters damage Cut was approved by the ways and Means committee despite or of 2 Warp Aires Eisenhower s statement to con Kress two weeks ago that until Tokyo up american we can determine the extent to Thunder jets today fired on two hich expenditure can re warplanes believed to be Rcd cd our Rev emacs. Man fighters violating the in Huntt speak or Joll Northern japanese Borders and can w. Martin or. The tax drove them Back toward the cutting Bill would not be called russian held Buriles islands. Unt Tavard soviet held Gen. O. P. Weyland. Fear com even inc Bill pas5cs the House a solons slash defense Bill Franklin is stationed at Carswell Field Tex. With the u. S. Air Force. Lorraine Boggess. 16. Sissonville. J her sister and daughter of or. And mrs. Wilson Boggess. Everett Dale Harrison. 20, of Kenna Jackson county. Melva Jean Matthews. 1g, of Sissonville and daughter of or. And mrs. Brown Matthews. J Darrell Boggess 14. Son of or. And mrs. Shirley Boggess also of Sissonville. Junior Allen Barnhart 18. Of Sis Sonville who suffered a compound fracture of the lower left leg and right wrist and a Skull fracture this morning in the Hospital. Injured in the wreck pfc Edward Harrison so of Trace Fork returning to fort Knox by. After hit furlough. I suffered a basal Skull Frac Ture. Internal injuries and a fractured rift Arm. Ills condition remains critical although he has shown Light improvement to . L William ensure. 21. Of 1610 Crescent re. Driver of the ambulance who suffered severe bruises. Lome k. Phillips. 21. Of 1623 seventh av., an ambulance attendant who received n crushed Pelvis fractured right leg and a dislocated hip. His condition is serious but not critical. State trooper a. B. Doddrill and Richmond Bennett quoted the ambulance Driver saying there no place to the officer said the car bearing the Young people travelling South attempted to pass a truck driven by Herman Legg. 22. Of Bouchelle Veteran Jurist Dies at 69 former judge Julian f. Bouchelle who retired dec. 31 after serving 16 years on the Kanawha county circuit court Bench died this morning of a heart condition at in Mcmillan Hospi Tal. He was 69. Term meted Schoolcraft murderer sentenced to life in prison Oscar Ervom Schoolcraft. 26-year old cd convict was sentenced to life in the state Penitentiary today by intermediate judge William j. Thompson of tar the lanky Young Man pleaded guilty to the Blud Geon slaying of a scars Roebuck department head. The slim dark haired school Craft trembled slightly As he entered his plea of guilty to first de ill la. Then its Driver apparently Cree murder in the death of a the ambulance approaching thur ii. Goad 43, 305 Grove av., in the opposite direction. Depletion tax debate slated Marla nil to skip hearing tonight who was found beaten and unconscious in an Alley behind the people s building in Summers Street last nov. 4. Goad manager of the furniture department at scars died about two hours after he was taken to Charleston general Hospital. His Skull had been shattered by num Erous blows from a piece of wooden Post which police found Lyons nearby. Schoolcraft. Who confessed to police that he had fought with goad but that he was still alive when he the Veteran Jurist had been stricken with a heart attack Fri and rushed to the Hospital where his condition at first hmm reported fairly however he became worse last night and Sank rapidly. Judge Bouchelle first was elected to the circuit court Bench in 1936 after serving As an assistant attorney general for us state. In 1944, he won a second eight year term. . April 2, 1883. In Thom Asville da., he was the son of Lou is Brown and Susan Deloache Bou Chelle was educated in Thomas Volle schools at the Georgia school of technology and at Washington and Lee University. He was graduated from w. L. In 1904 with an la b. Degree being admitted to the Virginia bar the same year. I he became associated with the Law firm of Payne and Payne in Charleston in 1905, which was la ter organized As Payne minor and Bouchelle. In december of 1933, he engaged in the practice of Law alone and for a time served As Spe Cial judge of the court of common pleas for Kanawha county. He also served As a member of the Bouse of delegates from 1916 to 1918. Duning 1935 und 193s. He nerved i the state As assistant attorney Gen eral under gov. Homer a. Holt. He was president of the Charleston bar . In 1926 and of the West Var Ain tonight s Public hearing on jul Cal Assn im1 line of traffic the car hit the Side of the pick up truck then bounded see 5 Sissonville i Page 2, column 11 Severance tax Bill backed by nov. Marland again will find manage although a Democrat. Judge mint and labor from the Coal in 1 Bouchelle Long advocated the Selec Dusty on opposite sides of t he of judges on a non partisan and propeller driven fighters. A spokes Man said Weyland could not state officially the planes were russian unless he had absolute proof which i he was unable to obtain. However the planes were rus Sian Type and came from and re treated toward russian held Terri tory. They were intercepted Over hokkaido. Japan s northernmost Island. Washington the houses i inc nov it adar appropriations committee kicked glided m Rauak the el9cnhower re ministry it was first positively con Ion s Economy drive today by firmed intrusion of foreign planes1 slashing from a Mon Over Japan since the japanese by Bill originally totalling government warned the reds Jan. 719.590. 13 that u. S. Jets guarding Japan or. Would meet violators with bullets. The Truman the two Thunder jets on a rom a hrs Orr the lie Tine patrol Over Northern Japan took Over hit the or guided by radar to the rus hardest. Man air Craft at . . Sunday i. Bulk of the savings resulted from at the time the russian elimination by the Corn were heading across the of sought by see yanks Chase i see solons slash Page 2. Column 3 i Man killed As fumes seep into car stuck in mud Hole Carbon monoxide poisoning so coins into a closed car stuck in the mud at the end of the upper Pinch Road today claimed the life of one Man and sent his companion to the Staats Hospital in a critical condition. Three other r in Lily were found Enli Hync n Choppy yrs Raduy by air Nadu of and ships com Hail the Waters. The coast guard said the fourth raft was recovered accounting for All of the rafts and apparently end ing any Hope for the raft had never been inflated. Only a Remote possibility was m Winfield re. Crash hurts 5 special to the Pally mail car trailer truck spies to die within month and Supply buildup area. The u. S. Fifth air Force re ported the communist Jet fighter losses after announcing earlier that 200 Allied fighter bombers had turned the Supply area South West of Pyongyang into a Balling mass of smoke and flames. It was the second straight of Jet dogfights in far Northwest Korea. J Public . I . Marland taut night said he had Der lord not to appear in prion to state the Case for the lax he to Levy in Coal and of liar natural resources. Whether anyone else would speak for the Marland administration the hearing was not known. Re. Arguments for enactment1 of the tax Are expected to be presented by leaders of the United mine workers and other labor groups which have endorsed it. _ the principal opponents Are the Olov various associations representing inc death tvs morning of Julian f. Coal companies and the West Var Bouchelle began pouring in on his Glenla chamber of Commerce. Plans were made to adjourn All four Kanawha county an announcement that he in courts on the of his funeral As horses the tax without qualify la yet undecided ton came today from state school. _ supt. W. W. Trent. I Man who succeeded for Senate and House finance com Mer judge Bouchelle on the Clr met ties jointly will conduct cult court Bench. Frank Taylor. Hearing at the Capitol tonight on called the death of the Veteran see friends voice Page 2, column 2 the tax Bill would to Coal the state s output of Coal would be taxed at 10 cents a ton. At the same hour tomorrow the sabres outnumbered 45 to right the committees t22, shot Down two sunday will hold another hearing. The t , destroyed a third and second Public session will Deal with 1o 1 Erson aids damaged four. They were shield Oil Gas and other resources which Coli Knirs onion la new York

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