Charleston Gazette in Charleston, West-Virginia
7 Sep 1953

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7 Sep 1953

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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Charleston, West Virginia Morn paid sunday subscribers than second paper the Charleston Gazette the state you read or see the big ins up Acme established 1873. Five cents. Charleston West Virginia monday morning september 7, 1953 18 pages generally fair moderate temperatures. Details on Page 4 Adenauer s party wins vote test International control of Trieste asked by yugoslav italian peace not freed in pm Trade pact revision asked by Tito proposal would give slavs All territory around free port area or Aglaica y u g o s 1 Avla sept. 6 president Tito proposed today revision of the italian peace treaty to make a free port under International control and give Yugoslavia All of its surround ing territory. Tito Laid Down his proposals before an enthusiastic outdoor audience of More than 250.000 people who packed a natural Arena in this Hamlet five Miles from the italian Border. Amid laughter from the crowd the yugoslav Leader scoffed at ital Ian claims thai Yugoslavia planned to Annex zone b of the Trieste territory. Why should we lie said. We arc already Rome Tho italian foreign office said it was studying the text of Tito s speech but spokesmen do lined to comment immediately Knur b is occupied by 5.000 yugoslav troops under the 1947 italian peace treaty. British and american forces occupy one a embracing the port itself. Both Italy and Yugoslavia claim the territories. Their seven year old dispute flared up again when Yugoslavia charged that Italy s Flentse turn to Page 4 col. 3 .7 men Freri area remain by Neil Boggs staff writer for the Gazette the end of operation big switch except for defense dept. Tele Ier fully for names that never a Grams reporting them missing in speared action the families have received i d be so disappointed and Nerv brought renewed heartache and no further word about any of theous after the names had finished despair to the families of at least five. In every night that i five greater Charleston men whose Fate still is unknown. One Hope left j could t explained mrs. Their Only Hope most Rosemary Chandler of 2614% pied there was no mention of the admit it s a slender that Mont rd., the Mother of pvt. Ted five listed Only As missing in a the communists May be holding Tion during the 33 clays of the unlisted gis and that the re an War prisoner Exchange which five May be among them ended officially saturday night. The United nations command is and their families Don t know preparing a list of pos believed what to Hope. The be still held by the communists and will demand an explant arc capt. Clarence c. Ballaret. Son i Tion from the reds As to Why the of mrs. A e. Bollard of 1008 seventh av., Charleston. First . 11 award Joseph Davics son of ii. J. Davics of 1305 Lewis St., South Charles ton. A sgt. Robert p. Bibb son of mrs. Mabel Bibb of 2434 Monroe av., St. Albans. Pfc. Harry e. Mallory son of mrs. Opal Melton of Elkview. Pvt. Teddy Ray Chandler son of Rosemary Chandler of 2614% Piedmont rd., Charleston. By Ray Chandler. Tried to learn Fate her 21-year-old infantryman son had been missing since nov. 27, 1950. The Only report she has had was the defense dept. Notification of his disappearance. Like the parents of the other men were not repatriated. Four missing men mrs. Chandler whether any of the West Vir has tried unsuccessfully to of Ginia men will be on the list is Tain some information on her son not known however since the . May not have proof that any of the five still Are alive. From other former prisoners of a. But no one she has contacted in All 112 West Virginia men could Tell her anything about him. Were freed by the reds in opera during the pow Exchange i Tion big switch with four pass could always Hope that Teddy no the Freedom Gate at pan Mun Ray appear with the next of on the mrs. Chandler explained but now that the Exchange is those 33 nights were tense ones for the families who waited Pray miners to break ground today for 2 hospitals Washington. Sept 6 w Morrow labor Day Marks another Milestone in the program of Union Leader John l.1 Lewis to get his Coal miners the finest Hospital and medical care Money can buy. With people arguing for years How to in pc health care More Jiva Able to the by government Means or private Lewis hit on a sort of Compromise and nicked mine owners for a huge Royalty tax on Coal production to finance his own program for minors. So tomorrow the United mine workers Union welfare fund will break ground on two More petals. So modern and up to Date the plans Are drawing raves from architects All Over the country. These new hospitals at it Arlen and Pikeville. By. Will he links in a Chain of 10 to Cost 15 million dollars or. Intro to build and of Glass and v8toel dotting the Placid wooded Mountain hillsides from under which comes Tho bulk of the nation s Coal Supply. Ground was broken july 4 at Beekley w. Va., for the first in the 250-mile Hospital Chain. By mid autumn construction is to be under Way on the entire 10-Uniti please turn to Page 4 col. 8 labor must unite Union chief says Washington. Sept. 6 president Dave Beck of the Power Ful Al teamsters Union called today for immediate action to unite the Al Cio and United mine workers within the next year. His labor Day message was one of a series issued by Union leaders who stressed Tho need of a free Nurt Strong labor movement As a bulwark against communism and compared the Standard of living of a a. S. Workers with conditions in Iron curtain countries. Along the same line president. Please turn to Page 4 col. 5 please turn to Page 4 col. 1 riotous Welcome embraced five Young West Virginia soldiers who came Home from communist prison Camps yesterday at Kanawha Airport. First off the plane was sgt. Homer g. Dahlin of Charleston who embraces a tearful relative. Cpl. Daniel l. Johnson of Hinton and Cpl. A Kirk of Maiden step off the Ameri can airlines con Vair into the arms of their families As a sobbing Mother rushes to Victory seen major defeat for Kremlin top opponents admit pro West bloc easily won House majority Bonn sept. Konrad Adenauer s pro american coalition forces won a smashing Victory Over the socialist opposition to Day in West Germany s parliamentary election. The landslide pro portions in Many the communists from the lower House and handed the Kremlin a defeat h prestige. Shortly before 5 a. M., 11 p. To. Sunday est the. Unofficial count showed Adenauer s Christian democrats and their allies the free democrats and German party had won 192 seats to the socialists 42 and the Center party s one. There were 484 seats at stake and Adenauer s favourable mar Gin jumped by the minute. The socialists conceded defeat As a record turnout of voters Sun Day overwhelmed the reds Neo Greet her son. 5pws riotously met by cheering throngs More than by Harry w. Ernst staff writer for the Gazette 300 hysterically Happy relatives and Quality of life seen As birth control Issue Liverpool England sept. 6 and religious education must ultimately at teaching restraint of or. By labor Day toll May fall below Early estimate charred debris was All that remained of a three room Frame Home after a fire burned two children to death Here yesterday. Three month old Milton Pendle ton jr., and James a. Burnside jr., 3, died in the fire which destroyed the House on a Steep Hillside behind Morris Harvey College. Gazette photo xxx by the associated press the accidental death toll continued to mount sunday As the second full Day of the Long labor Day Holiday passed. Traffic mis haps on the nation s highways accounted for 23s dead. There were 27 drownings and 41 dead in miscellaneous accidents for a toll of 304. A traffic u Atli loll of 440 was estimated by the National safety Council for the 78-hour weekend from 6 local time to Midnight monday. The Conn _ cil said the Holiday traffic death month old Milton Pendleton 2 City. Children die in fire As Steep Hill stops firemen some sobbing thanks to Home five More West Virginia soldiers from communist prison Camps yesterday at Kanawha Airport. A mob like wave of 150 rela Tives friends and neighbors swarmed through the Landing Gate to Greet the live As they stepped from a plane. Screaming and singing excitedly the crowd waved Welcome Home banners As the former prisoners of War came Back to their Sun parched Hills. Almost speechless with Happi Ness the five soldiers were sgt. Homer g. Dahlin of 449 fifty eighth St. S. E., Charles ton. Cpl. John a. Kirk of Maiden. Cpl. William c. Messer of Keith Boone county. Cpl. Daniel l. Johnson of Hinton. Cpl. Roy e. Farley of Buck Hannon. Praise god Praise sobbed mrs. Etna Kirk of Maiden As she embraced her Young grandson. Waiting to Greet sgt. Dahlin were his step Mother mrs. C. G. Dahlin and about 100 Mem Bers of the Kanawha City Church of the Nazarene of which he is a member signs of Welcome Gazette photo by Ferrell Friend xxx u. N. Prisoner Appeal ready list of u. S. Missing to be sent to reds Panmunjom monday sept. 7 the United nations command to Day prepared a stiff demand on the communists for the return or an accounting of americans known to have been captured by the reds but not the prisoner Exchange which ended yesterday there is no time to be said a u. N. Spokesman. He said the demand on the reds probably would be made today., this was a postscript to the tragic last Day of the prisoner Exchange yesterday when Amer ican airmen with Brilliant rec ords in both world War ii and the korean fighting were re turned with obvious Marks of mental torture on them. They told of months of mental nazis and other splinter groups. Two children burned to death afternoon while fire tried desperately to reach flaming Home on a Steep j Hillside behind Morris Harvey col lege. Fireman c. W. Taylor said three i men their toll at . Est. Was and a Burnside jr., three running behind the pc Holiday apparently were overcome by estimate smoke when the three room Frame to c caught fire. However the weather Bureau said anti nod rain in some Midwest charred bodies were areas would add to driving hazards. Found the ruins the Ould last year deaths from All types of accidents during the labor Day Holiday numbered of them ing after firemen finally stretched 900 feet of Hose up the Hill Side and extinguished the Blaze. Taylor said his fire station re Theophilus Burnside Brothers of the dead child also were at the House when the fire started. The distraught parents told fire men this Story mrs. Pendleton was asleep in the House when Theophilus Dis covered the fire and awakened her. She grabbed the boy and threw him out the she then tried to reach her son. Who was asleep on a bed in another room but became choked on the smoke. When she returned to the window for please turn to Page 4 col. 4 in traffic. But the record labor Day toll was 658 in 1951, when Cei Ved the alarm at p. M., but the number of automobile were unable to reach the deaths also established a Structure. Of 461. They began stretching hoses the death toll by states traffic from the nearest fire hydrant he drowning and miscellaneous isaid but the building was almost Alabama 50 1, Arizona 3 0 destroyed by the time they reached Arkansas 101, California 8 1 Colorado 5 0 1. Connecticut 1 0 greek prelate asks surrender of Cyprus Athens Greece sept. 6 archbishop Spyridon of Athens said today he had sent a me Moran Florida 3 1 0, Georgia 510, Illinois Harden and Harden Dum to Britain asking for Gurreri mortuary Der of Cyprus to Greece Volun 13 12 Indiana 11 0 2. Iowa 5 0 said the boys mothers warily and As soon As mrs. J. A. Burnside and mrs. Please turn to Page 4 col. 3 Susie Pendleton and Johnny and inside Brand new column unveiled by Turner Terry Turner staff Triu a for to Gazette Roday inn Chis feature turn to Page Cross word up Szulc .12 Dorothy Dix 18 13 15-.17 i w. 13 r Decuio Riidu 6 Kix ii yourself 12 health s kill Allrn 1r obituary 4 radio to if 1.14 activities s 32 escape flaming death As liner crashes Burns Tacoma Wash. Sept. Dropped the baby As she struck crippled Airliner groped the ground but the child was through blinding fog to a fiery j saved from the flames by one crash Landing at Mcchord air of the plane s Crew. J Force base near Tacoma Early the plane smashed Down on the today and 32 persons such Force that one leaped through a Wall of flame Wing was ripped away and the to safety. Fuel tank was torn open. Sparks Tho plane flying from Seattle ignited the gasoline and a Sheet to Chicago carried 26 flame shot up. The Airliner including three children and destroyed. Crew of six. The big planet operated by Twenty nine of the passengers i Northwest airlines and capable were burned three carrying 88 passengers made when fire trom spilled crash Landing when two in shot up around the exit trom failed after its Fromi which they were leaping to the Seattle Tacoma Airport. 30 Miles i ground. Away. Two stewardesses and two in the Pilot radioed Mcchord Field identified air base guards risked of his peril and was talked death to Force open a door of through the thick fog by blazing plane and evacuate the directions from the control Tower passengers. He appeared to be in position one 4p ass ens or. Mrs. Carl to a Landing but Frank 31, of Terre haute ind., the gear failed to work leaped through the flames with and the plane struck the Field Ini her eight month old daughter j in her arms. She stumbled and please turn to Page 4. Col. T Cyprus has been under British administration since 1878. The is land with its predominantly greek population is a key spot in the British defense network for the Mediterranean. An attempt is be ing made by greeks in Cyprus to persuade the greek government to bring the subject of Cyprus be they carried signs which said Welcome Home his father Charlie Dahlin had flown to san Francisco to meet his son when he arrived Satur Day. The generosity of his labor Union and the Libby Owens Ford Glass co. Where he works made or. Dahlin1 trip possible. His Union gave him and please turn to Page 3 col 3 arresting officer kills Fayette Man it. Hope sept. A it. Hope Man whose wife claimed he threatened to kill her was shot to death at his Home Early today by a policeman who came to arrest him. Dead in the affray was Jack Mcabe 31, six foot four Inch 260 Pound employee of a strip mining company. Cabe was shot by a it. Hope i policeman Claudie Williams who was attempting to serve a War rant on him which was obtained by his wife Evelyn charging that he threatened her with bodily harm and intent to kill. Policeman Williams gave Bond i before Justice of the peace j. P. Godsey of Oak Hill for future appearance. State police at Fayetteville please turn to Page 4 col. 2 William h. Maginnis scholar historian and genealogist is looking Forward to meeting you at the fair today from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9. You la find him under the grandstand in Booth 1 of the Charleston Gazette the Safe newspaper Ril f. Garbett archbishop of York said in a Sermon at Liverpool Cathedral today. The Quality of life is More important than said the archbishop who is the second d physical mistreatment by Chi highest ecclesiastical authority in i Nail forced them to the Church of England. He spoke in a crowded Cathe dral to hundreds of the scientists who Are Here for a meeting of the British association for the advancement of science. The archbishop did not use the phrase birth control but said parentage without foresight threatens by the sheer numbers of individuals it produces to outstrip the capacity of the Earth to pro Duce food. There is no official Church of England stand on the question of birth control although leading ecclesiastics have generally frowned on it. Once a human being has been born he has the right to live Nese who finally forced them to sign confessions of germ War the u. N. Had stoutly denied. In Freedom they made Clear the statements signed were fraudulent. The u. N. Command declined to please turn to Page 5 col. 3 state s Choice ready for bid at Beauty title by Jean Moore staff writer for the Gazette West Virginia s favorite Daugh Ter 19-year-old Patricia Stewart however lowly or even Meville was nervous but May be the circumstances of yesterday when she left birth or social the Kanawha Airport for Atlantic archbishop said. J As. Virginia the indians the chinese and i the Brunette Beauty will compete the africans have the same other contestants for to food and health As their coveted title of miss America fortunate White he durig the next six Days added. Science has shown How crops can be greatly increased by new methods of agriculture anc3 How disease can be reduced or banished. But it can do comparatively Little unless the More prosperous please turn to Page 5 col. 4 needs two thirds it was still too Early to Tell no str enc today in order that Gazette employees May spend More time with their families on labor Day there will be no Blue Streak edition today. The Streak will appear again to Morrow night. Although the Concord College Sophomore was excited about the pageant her present worry was the air plane ride. Having never Ridden on an air plane. Miss Stewart admitted she was very i feel that it is a great Honor to represent the state As miss West Virginia and i will do my Best to make a Good miss Stewart said. The Blue eyed Brunette who is 5 feet 3 inches tall and weighs 115, feels that her chances Are very she related that winners of the miss America title in previous years have been please turn to Page 5 col. 4 whether the 77-year-old Leader of the Federal Republic who campaigned for support of the West s plan to bring 12 German divisions into the six nation european army will command two thirds of the 484 seats in the lower House. He will need that margin in a showdown if the constitutional court declares the european please turn to Page 4 col. 7 speaker Martin says armistice breathing Gandeeville sept. 6 Cial House speaker Martin of Massachusetts said today truce in Korea is Only a breathing spell and the vicious communist aggressors will strike Martin addressing a crowd of at Roane county s Home coming Celebration said consequently the United states must support the South koreans not Only morally but with arms and he also called for Aid to rebuild the Power of Japan to resist communist aggression and for assist Ance to the chinese nationalists in their Brave fight to bring free Dom once again to the Chinesa the speaker s warning about renewed aggression contrasted with a statement made thursday by Secretary of state Dulles. Dulles told a news conference the United states expected peace to continue in Korea and did not look for a resumption of fighting. We must never lose sight of tha fact that a global communist conspiracy confronts the free Martin said in a prepared text. There will be temporary halts. But i am sure that these breathing spells will not change the motives or the Aims of the please turn to Page 5 col. 3 expert to resume or. Fred e. Inbau Chicago criminology expert assisting Charleston detectives with the baffling Clark murder Case was scheduled to return Here to renew his investigation today. Mayor Copenhaver said yester Day that Inbau was expected to arrive at Kanawha Airport last reds continued torture until prisoners9 release Freedom Village examining doctors who said monday sept. 7 Ameri they were in no condition to Tell can airmen began unfolding Sun Day the gruesome inside Story of How chinese reds perpetrated the korean War s biggest warfare by Tor Tures carried on Long after the truce was signed. The chinese were still at it As late As . Yesterday about five hours before the last group of americans started toward Freedom the Story is one of maggots crawling on untreated wounds. Its a Story of threats to keep a Long suffering prisoner from re turning to his loved ones until he signed. But it is Only a fragmentary be i names of 25 u. S. Ginning of the horror etched full honestly confessed about their experiences now. Those who would talk said they were abused and threatened for Day on Day beyond All physical endurance one still retained enough of his wits to insert in his confession a dead Giveaway that his statement was a fraud. On an Asiatic continent where repeated plagues have made them one of the chief sources of dread the chinese reds began building up the germ warfare hoax soon after they entered the korean War late in 1950. 25 pardoned they Are still at it. Sunday the piping red radio broadcast the Irmen who the crimes. Account. Six of the confessed who came out to Freedom sunday Back maliciously until the last talk right away. Two were marked no press piping said the 25 had been airmen the chinese insisted in the face whose fee is a Day plus expenses was called out of town on business Friday after Only one Day of conducting lie Detector tests. During that Day the mayor said he tested four men and two women in an attempt to piece together the circumstances sur rounding the bludgeon slaying of mrs. Juliet Staunton Clark on aug. 21. Those who submitted to the please turn to Page 4 col. 8 of repeated and indignant denials please turn to Page i col. Charleston senators last night s game Toledo 6 Charleston 5. Tonight Columbus Here two games p. M

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