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7 Sep 1953

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7 Sep 1953

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Charleston Daily Mail (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Charleston, West VirginiaThe weather City mild t8 today s3 tonight. Warmer 84 tuesday state partly Cloudy Cool to Day. Tuesday sunny and warm. Today s today vol. 69 associated press United press Central press a sports Charleston West Virginia. Monday evening september 7, 1953 associated press wire Hotos keat lires pictures edition five cents 14 perish in Feri ement Blaze Tito demands Trieste territory vote6 Bonn Germany up Chancellor Konrad Adenauer strengthened by a landslide election Vic tory said today the West German people have Given a Clear mandate for a european defense Community. This Community will include a German army to fight beside the Western nations against any com attack. 32 Are saved As Airliner crash lands 29 riders injured in mishap caused failure the used to demand marshal Calls for putting port under International Rule Oak Aglaica Yugoslavia up the world studied a new a a plebiscite on the question of the proposal from Yugoslavia s a plebiscite on the question of the Tito for the european Adenauer said at president Tito today for the a press conference. This election disposal of Trieste. He wants was such a plebiscite. The big Adriatic port placed Ity of the voters clearly voted International control european with Yugoslavia to get the rest a Mummy. Disputed territory. Adenauer summoned his Cabinet _ to meet tuesday to discuss the Tito made his proposals yester election Victory which gives in a speech to a cheering coalition a majority of 125 in the Crown of More than Yugo 487-seat bundestag. Victory for West the Victory of Adenauer s pro slavs packing this Hamlet five Miles from the italian Border. Iii Rome there was no in six children among dead Chicago up a tenement fire Early today killed at least 14 persons and police said three other residents were unaccounted at least six of the dead were Small new England to get Edge of Hurricane american coalition was a major j mediate official comment on the a n Victory also for the Western de Mcchord air f o r c e Moraci Moc Racies in the cold War and a i yugoslav proposal but the Sci news Agency Ansa termed v m me base Wash. U0 a North humiliating defeat for soviet West airlines Constellation Sia. T Adenauer three party t e almost its opposition under an Italy already has de through foggy skies crash Avalanche of votes in sunday s handed the entire Trieste Tern landed and burned Here Early election by germans who chose to tory for Britain the 32 persons stick with the West during the and the United states in a aboard escaped death but years. In 1948 5aid she should a Madison sergeant greeted at Airport injured or burned. The voters turned out in droves 26 Lassen ears included three to endorse he rearmament plat it infants. I form of the i get it Tito said the controversy with it Iii Yiai Over Trieste had reached a. Was still Lutrill i me Nia Iii Ciui i and ignore warnings from russian stalemate but that he i the plane burst into flame As us ipremier Georgi Malenkos that an willing to Settle the Issue through put capt. Russell Bird of Seattle l Adenauer Victory would Iead to direct negotiations with his neigh attempted to land with Only one War Bor. Nennes Deal. Aue Picu item v wheel Down and two engines dead. Only nine of those injured Refl one Hurt in crash Tampa Fla. A military air transport plane returning i. Men to Macdill air Force base from training in England crash landed and burned Early today at Bermuda the base was in formed. The Only casualty was a sprained ankle according to fragmentary reports by radio. All the other passengers and Crew members escaped the big plane without injury. The men were mainly ground crewmen from among members of the 306th bombardment Wing who have been in training at Fairford England for three months. Most of the otters Al ready had returned to the base. Maine in hospitals today and physicians said none were in Seri Ous condition. The no. 3 engine of the huge Lockheed aircraft failed As the plane roared into the sky from Seattle Tacoma International air Beds denied seat at the same time voters removed scoffs at charges previously the yugoslav Leader at the same ume voters remove the communists and the nazi like had advocated Italy and Yugoslavia German Reich party from West administer the Trieste territory German politics by denying them jointly with details to be worked even one seat in the bundestag out Between the two governments lower none of the 38 seats in the bundesrat upper House was at stake. Adenauer s Christian teamed with the free see Adenauer wins Page 7, column 2 Tito accused the italians of hav ing imperialist designs on Yugo above is one of the Many Homecoming scenes at Kana wha Airport yesterday As six area repatriates came to Charleston on two flights. Sgt. Lwis Vande Linde of mad Ison is shown talking to an aunt As his 3-year-old son Lewis clings to him and his wife Norma holds his hand. He will be honoured at a Celebration in Madison tomorrow. Daily mail photo by Chester 6 area pos greeted Here by Jack Greene of the daily mail staff Kanawha Airport yesterday took on the appearance of fears mount not All . Pos freed fourteen bodies were recovered from the ruins of the South side., four Story apartment building. 1 1 police Rescue squads continued to search through rubble of the destroyed building for three persons i believed to be missing and feared dead. One Mother lost two children. Own Mother a Grandfather and a fire hits Texarkana Texarkana fire raged through two buildings in Down town Texarkana Early today destroying four businesses and heavily damaging two stores. The Blaze gutted the old Vic tory hotel being used As a Ware House and roared through the cupboard cafe Rosy s photo shop Fowler drug company and Burtram s Barber shop. The heavily damaged stores were the Wellworth variety store and the outlet store. Fire chief s. F. Walsh and three other persons were Hurt in a two car collision As the fire chief raced to the fire. Captives released on final Swap Day Are on Way Home Lite cd Ull Tuc Iii Iai was operation big switch boarded Ity windows a troop ship for Home today two break legs while fears mounted that the two men who jumped from the communists had not sent d floor we re to Michael Kanawha Airport yesterday took on the appearance of americans who wanted to Reese Hospital with broken legs. Reunion site As 400 friends and relatives gathered Mere 10 return five of the victims were Mem a Irnne six area expos. Bers of one family. Three other Jersey Long Island coasts take beating 28 missing at sea late bulletin Boston a weather Bureau advisory bulletin at 9 a. A. Today located the approaching tropical Hurri Cane As 50 Miles eastward of Nantucket and said new England evidently would not be hit hard. A howling at recent italian charges Mai Yugoslavia plans to St to arrive was but. Lewis Annex the Southern zone of Linde husband of mrs territory which yugoslav troops Norma Vande Linde and son of have occupied since world War ii. Mrs. Maggie Vande Linde of mad sort. We Are already and in firm but moderate terms he added that Yugoslavia would not surren a single Inch of her zone. Victory Edge cheers . Lie Detector expert Back Why should he queried. When the former Madison City. Washington officials today hailed the landslide Victory of West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer s pro american coalition As a crushing blow to soviet prestige in Europe. American jubilation mounted As the Adenauer Victory assumed 2-06 am because of tog massive proportions. Officials said flight to Chicago into Portland. He was forced into the Landing Adenauer and his Christian dem Here when the no. 4 engine conked Socrat party came out boldly for of a wond engine of the four inking the future of free Germany it. A second engine 01 me fog councilman and policeman stepped see pictures on Page 7 bom the plane a few minutes after noon relatives and friends swarmed onto the loading ramp to Greet him. One of the welcoming commit tee was his 3-year-old son Lewis who the father had t seen since he was five months old. Or. Fred Inbau a criminal expert in whose hands has been placed the baffling Clark murder Case was scheduled to resume investigation today. Inbau left Charleston Friday be cause of previous commitment. Earlier Friday he gave lie Detector tests to six persons. Mrs. Clark prominent society angry mayor Calls Brown offer absurd Boston up Hurricane head Brush against the new eng some of the victims All negroes land coast today after sending j were killed in their bedrooms by heavy seas churning against the racing flames and others died the coasts of new Jersey and Seoul up americans As they tried to flee. Lone Island freed on the final Day of several residents leaped to Safe at least 28 persons were re ported aboard Small Craft being sought by the coast guard from new York to Boston. The guard indicated that most of them probably were Safe. ,.ri the coast guard in new York in1 said no Large vessels were in the path of the storm having heeded re the u. N. Command prepared to hand the communists a list Amity. Missing men like police squad car officers Ray repeated late warnings. Harold Fischer City Dan Creeton were the weather Bureau in washing Fischer a Sabre Jet Pilot shot edited with saving the lives of ton plotting the storms path to Down 10 migs before failing to re evral the apartment residents Ward new England said m a Spe Cial bulletin this Mornin that the five on second plane and when the second Airliner set Down about 300 were on five soldiers who unloaded. The men were several of the apartment resin a to turn from a Mission Over North to Thev spotted the fire and a Ancial bulletin this morning that the Korea april 7, 1953. I through the Smoky Halls of the Hurricane the third of the sea giving the alarm. Son. Is still dangerous. Two Days later piping radio said Fischer had been captured. Development plan held move to balk municipal Progress i yet the big korean War prison been caused by a cigarette butt. Exchange ended sunday and Fis 1 the flames raced through two Cher was not among the last 111 four Story apartments at 3616-3618 americans freed. I South state Street after Midnight for three years Allied most of the residents were licence officers have compiled a asleep. List of men believed to have been mrs. Sally Cribbs lost five Mem son is still dangerous winds of Gale Force were report firemen said the fire May by the weather Bureau this captured. Gis freed see new England Gale Page 7, column 1 Dulles spikes Bers of her family in the fire. Another Mother mrs. Anna t Franklin identified the bodies of k Iff kill tors f the Manlee. 4, and 1x11l j.vu111vt10 switch l 6 and Dorothy Ond american Little Denver of state on the Field Sously at the Brown in april returned 149. Some if if if i Dulles declaring he knows of no about 300 were on hand to see the heirs denouncing their died in Camp. Rift Between himself and president postal for a Little Rockefeller the menus the names of All Center in Charleston As the lose men. Will be handed the com y Oday sgt. Homer Dahlin son of hoax of the Century and munits shortly with the demand 1 qty of foreign policy problems. And mrs. Charles g. Dahlin Lajine the plan a they produce or account for 10 5t s of b or of 449 st., s. E. Niit Sunn after with the United states and its Ai i Ftp Undine approach Only the %1ctory guaranteed Ger on the Landing approach Westom to. Wheel s5t in Western de a need Wurum _ sense plans for Europe. The socialist opposition had Cam Aua of a failure of the Hydraulic system. Bird brought the plane Down anyway. Me Loci Audi oppose Sun Nau Charleston mayor Jonn i. pained for German neutrality Nypen have emphasized that the in the. East West struggle and now is primarily in an nuer rearmament Holiday toll rises to 431 by the associated Orress Gioieni propaganda in an i at least 431 persons were dead Jort to unseat the Adenauer gov to accidents As the 78-hour labor Ern ment. They denounced the 77 Day week end moved through its year old Chancellor As a Milita woman and principal owner of Thel sgt. John Arthur Kirk Browns by the Charleston daily mail was found grandson of mrs. Etna Kirk of Public funds Motif inn and ctn it Mac to nov bludgeoned to death in her fashionable Home last aug. 22. Charleston mayor John t. Co Daniels county. A Vaug Aulii ii Imp to posed Adenauer s rearmament elimination stage plans. I officials Here saw Adenauer s _. Sweep As a major setback to rus a Normal blood calling the plan a scheme to further enrich the Thetla Stroup of returned Amer John Arthur Kirk. Browns by the expenditure of icons added a bitter finale to a . Month of stories of brutality in red stockade. Maiden and son of mrs. Ivory of Hometown Putnam Cpl. William c. Messer son of mrs. Helen Messer of Keith Boone county. No such obligation will be imposed upon the people of the capital City while i preside As he declared. Target of the mayor s ire is the 2 youngsters die in Blaze these were fliers who under _ Len less physical and mental Tor Tures. Signed false confessions Locse wus that they waged germ warfare. They said they did so under a times or 1 lines i done county. Argei 01 Inu a Oahu Usu m Cpl. D. L. Johnson son of plan announced sunday through Strain that buckled human endur which the Brown estate some held out for months mrs s of Dulles arrived at the president s vacation Headquarters from Washington last night for the labor Day conference and was asked by news two Small negro children died in a House fire on friction Between you and the pres not that i know the Cabinet officer replied. The question was prompted by a see pictures on Page 6 in communist controlled East Ger Many. The communists had waged a violent propaganda Battle in an of final Day today. Than 24 hours before sum Rist and warned germans his continued control of the West German government dash Hopes or Cpl. Roy e. Farley of Buck Airport greeting we e of an extensive plot of ground in but the reds continued a1 Normal Supply of blood. His of Vande Linde was Only a warm of what he can expect tues Day afternoon. . Since he began keeping track of Madison and Boone county Are donations in May. 1931, the husky putting on a Parade and speeches chief of guards at an Industrial for Vande Linde two other Man Wouita Assn r Toner s last National Holiday of the country. To an end this was the toll of a Trident Al deaths i traffic mishaps had claimed 324 j lives. Forty persons had drowned and 67 died of miscellaneous accidental causes. The National safety Council had estimated before the Holiday began that 440 persons would die in traffic mishaps during the 78 hours be tween 6 p. M. Friday local time and Midnight monday. The coun cil forecast was slightly More than five deaths an hour. Last year s labor Day Holiday period claimed 558 Onici of Jpn Slucis Jwj vet nut Oisiu Plant has Given 100 pints. In recent county Junior e. Months Berger has had a special Dunlap of Aerial and Cpl. Thomas reason a son Kelly jr., an army officer has been serving in Korea. Hot claims big business coddled Detroit Mich. Up former president Truman sailed Back into the political Arena today with the charge that the Republican administration is helping big business at the expense of the rest of the people i. Jackson of Ottawa. Dunlap was the first Mountain state Soldier freed by the reds in she recent Exchange. He is the son of or. And mrs. Elmwood Dunlap. Jackson s Mother is mrs. Ida p. Jackson. The speeches Are set for the court House Lawn in Madison. Church group gathers probably the largest delegation at the Airport was the one waiting for Danlin who came in with his father come will trickle Down to the rest 432 in Ira ill Mia Apo. .r.-. For this Holiday was set in Domestic and when 658 since he left fee of All published report that Eisenhower Dulles to Denver be Midtown Charleston propose the following primary development there if the Section is not acquired of the City 1. The eventual erection Story office building. 2. Construction of a four Story return. Parking building with a ground floor shopping Center. O. A proposal that present sum mers Street Pool rooms and other structures be converted in arcades j to provide ready Access to the property. Bond Issue planned Tures even after the armistice. J a Kansas Pilot captured 13, months ago said the reds were As late As the dead Milton Pendleton. Jr., 3, displeased by certain Dili lies statements last week on for eign issues. On saturday the summer White cos a As morn so n Caturay e summer Early sunday just a few hours James a. Burns de jr., s. Report Complete. Ore they hand Bac the last of the broke out about , presidential a they handed Back the last of the prisoners they said wanted to see children Burn Page 7, column 3 rep. Martin Speaks at Roane gathering by Charles Connor of the daily mail staff Joseph w. Martin or. Of Massachusetts speaker of the House of representatives and a Bachelor who Seldom gets Home cooking unless he s invited out found the hospitality in his statement today to the heaped High in the Roane county Hills yesterday. By assistant presidential press Secretary Murray Snyder added however that he personal in did not know what Eisenhower s see Dulles spikes Page 7, column 3 the City is currently planning the acquisition of the property through a Bond Issue which would finance among other things the Extension of Quarrier daily mail the mayor said when carefully the also a record for the it nor Lien about 100 persons including 75 Browns propose to give up nothing from the Kanawha City Church of but they want the people of the gathered at further enrich them the Gate behind a sign which said by the expenditures of millions to addressed a labor Welcome improve properties adjacent to Dav meeting sponsored by the the Soldier s father went to the their own lands Uay Meinig ipod Nautu by mom. The plan they offer he con Jug if big business Uay me Nimg sponsor cd a a. American federation of labor the coast to meet him thursday. Mem see hot assails see 6 gis Back Page 7. Column 4 i

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