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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Charleston, West Virginia 4the Charleston Gazette monday sept. 7, 1953 5 area servicemen Are still missing continued from 1 Wall Jackson High school attend pact revision asked by Tito continued from Page 1 the weather Here and across the nation monday sept. Of Focasi mop Page 7 Over i have nothing to Hope West Virginia University for her son enlisted in the army the two years then became an Avia a Day after his 17th birthday. Tion Cadet and was commissioned i did t want him to go in the he completed his training. The Mother said yesterday the 26-year-old lieutenant had but he wanted so much to be a planned to make the air Force his Soldier that i Felt it would t be career mrs. Davies said. Fair not to sign his Davics father a retired Yard Teddy Ray s father died in master for the Chesapeake and March 1948, shortly before the Ohio railway gave up Hope for youth enlisted. I his son s return when he was mrs. Chandler has four other for so reported missing mrs. Sons two whom were in service Davies said. During world War ii and two but i still think hell come to the weekend As a show Force. The italians according to yugoslav charges feigned fears that Yugoslavia contemplated formal Sunrise Sunset a. A p. Washington sept. Bureau report temperature and rain fall annexation zone b. In moderate but firm tones. Tito notice that Yugoslavia forecasts mostly fair and Cool with possible morning showers. High 76. Low 53. Daughters. Mallery Long lost Twenty three year old Harry e. Mallery Elkview has been miss ing since july 11. Nine she said anxiously. None the Crew members who West Cloudy with moderate temperature. Partly Cloudy moderate temperature. Ton Sonville Virginia monday partly Cloudy with Jacksonville not surrender a single j moderate temperature. Angeles f 7nno r i partly Cloudy with Moder -.1 j temperature. Yugoslavia took Over the admin a sunday s wind is ration civilian affairs in this highest 12 . From nne it 2.28 zone after the Western m sunday s temperatures last year gave Italy a larger share a. 53 p. 70 Atlanta 9 Boston 79 chicago.83 Cincinnati 81 93 in the administration Ozone a. Before the cheering throngs whom were in picnic were flying with Davies his last Many whom Wei Mission have been released either mood Tito be 7-25 a. 54 p. A. 57 p. A. A. 63 p. P. 74 p. Relative humid ties Memphis Miami . Paul new Orleans 75 new York 74 Philadelphia 100 a. M., 78 68 Pittsburgh 61 Richmond 57 St Louis san Francisco mrs. Davies said. Clarence . We Only want that very last til obituary Days after he arrived in Horcaj like Davies a i Anim a h a wimp with the 24th infantry division. Was a career officer. Of our land become never give entered the Andriy the he re into effect. Presumably it would Tuake Tuhn will be at 2 p. Dull in 1948. Require action either by the Signa off m lurch Een stories the italian peace treaty relating. Seattle Washington 90 86 83 87 86 68 54 62 69 53 51 56 50 72 61 49 51 79 54 67 70 66 48 60 59 .03 .07 Victory in w. Reich i seen Kremlin defeat continued from Page t i the total vote in the capital army project illegal and the was and the Christian. Bundestag tries to reverse it. Democrats topped other parties there was Little doubt that votes. The socialists Christian democrats would second with the free As the strongest party in democrats and the German party. Ment keeping the Federal Republic forming the conservative Wing u. S geared to the West s defense plans the Adenauer coalition got a air Force officers captured by away from the cold War Neu total the refugee party Chin coif Aifoi their rpm in a trip 1 a set and the comm reds continued torture pcs until release continued from 1 for the 24 hours ending 8 p. A highest u. S. Governmental and High Low officials that airmen 2.22 1.b3 informing her he was missing i the 44-year-old officer has be was the last report mrs. Melton a missing two years and has had pfc. Ivial cry. Mallery who enlisted his 18tn birthday attended Elkview High school and like Chandler was to be a Soldier. Two other sons daughter mrs. Mary Lou son. All Elkview. It. Davies is the Only air Force Man in the group. A b-26 Pilot in was lost March 6, 1952, when his plane was shot Down a night bombing Mission Over North Korea. Mrs. H. Davies the flier s step Mother said he married in july 1951, just Jive months be fore he went to Korea. His wife Janet lives in Lubbock Tex., where to was last stationed. It. Davics a graduate Stone car strikes pole 3 boys injured three tends Putnam county boys were injured one them seriously when the car in which they were Riding struck a Utility Polo it St. Albans Early yesterday attendants at Thomas Memoria Hospital identified them As James d. Black 19, in "critical1 months. Promoted after capture the last letter his Mother mrs. E Ballard 1008 seventh av., received from him was written while he was aboard a ship route from Japan As in november a gun commander in a second infantry division anti aircraft artillery unit. Ballard was promoted to Captain after his capture during world War ii he fou Fht in the North african and italian campaigns spending three years in those Heaters action. Before entering the army lie was an office employee the United fuel Gas co. In Charles nine measures nations. Within the United burial will follow in ton. The Captain s wife Jane whom he married in february 1950, lives in san Antonio Tex. Mrs. Ballard has another son Ralph Charleston. They Are her Only a member the army Engi Neer corps a sgt. Robert p. Bibb also disappeared Early in the korean War. He was reported missing in action july 2q, 1950, while fighting with the 24th infantry division. First into combat mrs. Mabel Bibb 2434 Monroe a St. Albans said her 42-year old son was in Japan when the condition with a fractured Skull War began and was with the firs and facial injuries. Lloyd a Phileston 19, in Satis factory condition with Scalp and Chin lacerations and a fractured . And Jack e. Hooper 19, who escaped with bruises and minor injuries. St. Albins police said the Acci unit sent to the combat zone. We be never heard a word from she said yesterday and anymore we Are afraid even to Hope for anything Good because the disappointment it would be if he never came mrs. Bibb a widow had two in service durin Durtt occurred about 1 . When other sons the car apparently went out . World Wai ii. She has High control find pole u St. Albans sittes Bridge. Struck a . Four sons and four s it. 80 near the daughters. The Veteran noncom first in the car a late Model Sedan described As a total stands at four the Holiday death toll West Virrinia highways still stood at four into yesterday with one Day the Long weekend remaining the two latest traffic fatalities occurred saturday in the Southern part the state. A Boone county Coal Miner 25 year old Richard Lutsy Ash Ford was killed when the car he was driving went out control plunged Over an embankment Natl overturned him near Nel los. The other victim Ofta a Sec month Oki Ohio infant killed whom the car in which she Anc Hor Mother. Mrs. Hellen Simmons 25 c 1 e v e 1 a n a were Riding skidded from u. S. It. 60 Nea Montgomery. Victims traffic deaths re ported earlier wore Richard Franklin Ware 4, Charleston who died saturday in n Fairmont Hospital from injuries received in a mishap near fair View. Mrs. Harriot Malone Frank Pool Unitas county who died injuries suffered in a collision rear Hutton Svihel. the army at the beginning f world War ii was discharge after the War and reenlisted i 949. He intended to spend the re if his life in the Bibb said. Although their Hope is Tern Jered with caution the Femilic 3f these five men say they d ilk know one Way the other that has happened to their son it s this i Bibb explained. It s much harder in you just wondering and not knowing whether they re dead r alive. His words were tempered with moderation. Earlier Yugoslavia had threatened to Send roughly trained troops to the Frontier unless Italy ended its military demonstrations and the yugoslav Leader warned the yugoslav people wish to have in last morsel their National in Mitory and you had better Bear is in mind if you want Tito chided italian Premier Gui Eppe Pella Lor his Frontier troop movements. Why is Signor Pella brandishing wooden sword and cutting their. How can the government a country with such Gre at culture and so Rich a history with such Ood people take such irresponsible actions the yugoslav people Are not Dis urged and Yugoslavia has taken 10 counter measures. Yugoslavia he Shlawn memorial Park at Oak Hill under direction Tyree mortuary. Pall bearers will be Sam Cale r. E. Ryffe. Wallace Givens a. Bishop Bill Lewis Paul Snead and Phillip Williams. The body will lie taken to Church from his Home one hour before service. Or. Blake 79. Of Oak Hill died saturday after a Long illness. Ellison mrs. Bertha will at 2 p. Tomorrow in old Brick Church at Cedar drove with . Dickie Bowe officiating. Burial will follow in Mont Gomery memorial Park under direction 23 state pos Enro Ute to u. S. San Francisco. Sept. Transport Gen. John Pope is scheduled to arrive Here wednesday with 378 former prisoners War. Included Are the follow ing West virginians pfc Willard Caplinger 869 fail View av., Parkersburg. Sgt. Andrew w. Channell go Fidler and Frame mortuary at Belle. The body will be taken to her Home at 6 p. Today. Mrs. Ellison 66, Glasgow died saturday night at her Home after a Long illness. Gillespie Bon David and mrs. Michael Gillespie s simply wondering at such use f the arms received by Italy from he he said that Yugoslavia never will Send its armed forces to at ack Italy unless attacked and added if that happens we have always time to Send our from More than 100 Miles away Rucks buses and private cars 3rought tens thousands into this Iny Village hard by the Border where Italy has concentrated rooms during the past week. Preparations for Tito s address were elaborate. For the first time n its history Aglaica had elec Rocity wired in for the occasion. The mass meeting had some he atmosphere a county fair. A Bright slovenian costumes Mer chants men and women set up curb stands to peddle toys Candy and sandwiches. The specially erected Flower bedecked Rostrum from which Tito spoke lying the flags Yugoslavia s Republic v e r looked a Broad Plain about five times the size a football Field. Massed thousands were packed the Hills surrounding the Plain. Tito s proposals for internationalization the port Trieste itself came As a new suggestion. Pre Chesapeake died yesterday afternoon in Charleston memorial Hospital after an illness a few weeks. The bods is at Fidler and Frame mortuary. Hamric Lillta Glovene service will be at 2 p. Today at Snodrass mortuary Chapel Lor mrs. 80, 304 Watona St., South Charleston who died saturday after a Long illness. Rev. H. L. Parkenson wll officiate and burial will be n Sunset memorial Park. Pallbearers jul be Jim Crenshaw Art Merydeth P. Cutlip b. K. Given W. Gannon and Jackson. Hawkins mrs. Anna Poca died saturday evening in Mcmillan hos Pital after an extended illness. She is survived by her husband. Omer Vance Hawkins one daughter mrs. Dell Torson Hernshaw six sons Joseph p. Of Elk two mile. Harold Cleveland William Nitro. Marcellus Poca Omer Huntington and sgt. Russell with the army in Korea six Sisters mrs. Mary Tripplett mrs Hilda Bunner. Mrs. Rebecca Jones and mrs. Lillian Estill All Fairmont mrs. Ida Roger Hammond and mrs. Leona Musgrave Grafton two Brothers Frank Stevens Catawba and Melton Stevens Graf ton and 22 grandchildren. Service will be at 2 p. Wednesday at Providence Baptist Church with Rev. Doc Gar Rcpt officiating assisted by Bay peal. Burial will be in Providence cemetery with Owen and Barth mortuary in charge. The body will remain at the mortuary Chapel until tomorrow afternoon when it will be taken to the Home. Parish mrs. Bethleen service will be at p. Today in the family cemetery George s Creek Rev. Doug Bailey officiating. Mrs Parish 26, died Friday in general hos Mansfield o., after a 10-Day w. Clark Wilcoe Cpl. Eudeis h. Davidson Glen Torgan. Sgt. Cecil Dunlap Mccorkle. Cpl. William m. Englehart new lumber land. Cpl. Lowell d. Fisher it. 4, Charleston. Pfc. Joe a. Glenn Coco. Pfc. Forest Johnson Grants Ville. Cpl George h. Johnson Ada. Sgt. Frank a. Kaiser 15 Mem Minger av., Wheeling. Sgt. Gerald Kilburn 406 Mon Ingalia St., Charleston. Pfc. Jackson t. Mays Mont Calm. Sgt. White Sulphur Springs. Military dropped disease spreading insects Korea. Two the highest ranking in Force officers captured 1. Reds said sunday after their re lease that they held out until two weeks after the armistice was signed july 27. But the reds made them backdate their confessions May. Yet another airman. 2d it. Richard g. Voss Osborne kan., was captured july 17, 1953 questioned daily until his release yesterday and confessed Only after red doctors stood by while maggots crawled Over his untreated wounds. The Way they handled me they let the maggots do the 24-year old flier said. The maggots wriggled his burned flesh and crawled Down his right ear. It was Voss who said the reds still were after confessions As late As . Yesterday. The red labelled Voss a War and threatened to take him to red China for trial. The two highest ranking air Force men freed yesterday by the reds were col. Walker m. Mahu Rin 34, fort Wayne ind., and col. Andrew Evans jr., Mont Gomery Ala. The reds were just about As cruel As they could said col. Mahurin. It depends the individual trility advocated by other groups. Got votes and the 242 seats remain lists mustered Only 659. Neo the remaining 242 seats will were at the Bottom the decided by proportional voting for Adenauer had male Tufe Christian democrats took trouble winning his parliamentary Lead almost two and a half contest in Bonn. His Security milion nodular voting no the Sod Alfete commissioner Theodor also elected the Christian dem Nonar v and socratic ficket. Along with key Fritz Eugene Pitsenbarger Cpl. Donald r. Richards Lumberport. Pfc. Elmer l., Robertson 1536 Harvey rd., Huntington. Sgt. Frank Rowe it. Claire. Kenneth Sirk it. 3, Clarks Chi Donald Smith Elizabeth. Sgt. Jackie r. Stinson Whipple. Cpl. Joseph f. Szalakiewicz 130-18th St., Wheeling. Pfc. Richard White com fort. Trio treated after collision emergency treatment was give to Throe Young Charleston ans Early yesterday morning for minor injuries received in a two car collision Kanawha blvd. Above Knawha City Bridge. Treated at Charleston general Hospital and released were Charles and Earl Watson jr., 20 miss Piney me Clung Dies at Rowan Home Sweet Springs sept. Miss Piney Jane my Clung 87, a resident Quinwood Greenbrier county died last night at Andrew s. Rowan memorial Home at Sweet Springs after a Long illness. She was a member it. Zion methodist Church at Quinwood and a daughter the late . And mrs. Charles Clung who were among the first settlers in that area. Surviving Are six Sisters mrs. Emma t. Smith. Mrs. Martha Smith mrs. Myrtle Smith and mrs. Tachie me Clung All Quinwood. Mid mrs. Ella Hanna cling Onville and mrs. Ollie t. Price Charleston. Service will be at 2 p. Tues Day at it. Zion methodist Church with Rev. G. Flowers officiating. Burial directed by Wallace and Wallace mortuary East Rainelle will be in the Church cemetery. The body will be taken to the Church one hour before arresting officer continued from forc 1 said cab was shot four times and 16 733 Woodland . And As he backed away with a Nancy Duncan 16, 204 Berkeley cocked pistol in the face officer Williams. Charles Watson received a Scalp laceration while his brother Earl suffered an Elbow injury. Miss Duncan had a Skull injury. 32 escape continued from rage a belly Landing. Piously he has advocated joint administration the territory to be worked out in direct negotiations tween this country and Italy. But he said today that the con had reached a stalemate. In effect by calling for a new solution the dynamite Laden is be he has asked for revision he italian peace treaty terms concerning most con love rial part that document. At the same time he repeated Yugoslavia s willingness to Settle he Issue Trieste through direct negotiations. Rail workers bar crowd rom president s speech Trieste sept. 6 Iff a strike by Trieste Railroad workers today cent several Hundred slovenes rom hearing president Tito speak at the nearby yugoslav Frontier Hamlet okra Glica. A yugoslav request that the Rains be manned by yugoslav personnel was refused by Trieste Al red authorities. Turtle Derby slated today at St. Albans a Large crowd is expected for a. Member Campbells Creek Baptist Church. Surviving Are her husband Chalmel Parish her parents . And mrs. John w. Kelly Tad one Willie Shafer four Sisters. Mrs. Edward Skyles Charles ton mrs. Joseph Cummings and mrs. Claude Johnson both Mansfield o., and mrs. Lorena Shafer Cleveland three Brothers John w. Kelly jr., Charleston Clifford Kelly Cabin Creek and Jack Kelly serving with the army in Germany. Bartlett mortuary is. In charge arrangements. Dies at residence William Charles Heidenreich 71, died yesterday at his Home 423 Spencer St., South Charleston after a Long illness. A retired merchant he came to South Charlestn four years. Ago from Terre haute ind. He was a member the United Brethren Church in Terre haute and a member the United Span ish War veterans Post there. Surviving Are his wife mrs Low Long he can fight the prob pm. You can look at Andy s face and see what he s been through. The colonel nodded toward faced col. Evans Deputy com Mander the 58th fighter bomber Wing the 5th air Force. The reds would t even Tell Mahurin the armistice had been signed until after he confessed aug. 10. The reds backdated his statement to May 10. As late As aug. 30, Mahurin a to write an undated statement. Alan Winnington English a r n correspondent for London daily worker sat in military bib urals and helped with the question ing Mahurin said. The confessions came Back later corrected by someone who knew English pretty Well and the prisoners had to re copy them a Lurin added. Mahurin was listed High up the reds confessed list. I would say that the boys who did not write confessions should the medal he said. I did not know human beings could be so inhuman to other human the reds threatened him with death. They kept him standing at attention for Days end. They socialist strongholds Frankfurt Stuttgart and Duessel Drof went into the Christian democratic col Heine socialist press chief conceded that the Christ Ian democrats will maintain their position As the strongest party in West Germany. The Christian democrats cd won that role in the 1949 elec Tion when it captured 31 per cent the total vote. Heine admitted the record turn jut voters gave the Adenauer orces the margin Victory Over his party but claimed the cd gains were made at the expense the Chancellor s righting coalition partners the free democrats and the German party. He contended the socialists who won better than 29 percent he total vote to become West Germany s second party four years ago would maintain its position. Jacob Kaiser minister for All German affairs and a spark plug the Adenauer government declared our Victory proves the Christ Ian democrats have a mandate Cabinet members the Adenauer party. Half the 484 voting were decided by direct vote and the remaining half by a Complex system proportional representation in each the nine West German states. The deputies thus elected will pick a Chancellor to guide the Republic s foreign and Domestic destiny for the next four years. In 1949, Adenauer was elected Chancellor by a margin coastlands Brace for heavy storm Washington sept. 6 weather Bureau tonight advised maximum precautions along the new England coast against Dan. Serous Northeast gales heavy seas and High tides if the Center the. Atlantic Hurricane continues its present course. _ in an 11 . Est advisory the weather Bureau said the Hurricane Pell will boat 2 p. Morrow at Combs mortuary 1m. To Apel in from the German people. This is nothing Short a resounding vote Confidence and endorse ment the Christian democrats by the working Man and the Man in the Alex Mueller social Democrat official in the state Baden Wuerttemberg threw in the Towe for his party in Southwest Ger Many. He declared the Adenauer steamroller appears to have smashed socialist Heinrich von Bretano Chris Tian democratic parliamentary Leader declared the basis incomplete returns from Sun Day s test the German people have overwhelmingly endorsed our government it was estimated the turnout in the struggle that will determine the Bonn Republic s role in the cold War struggle for the next is now moving northward about 18. Miles per hour with the Center about 225 Miles South Nantucket. Mass. The highest winds Are about 100 Miles per hour near the Center and gales extend outward 250 Miles mostly in the Eastern sections the storm. This is still a dangerous storm the Bureau said. The text the Bureau s 11 . Advisory the Hurricane is now moving northward about 18 Miles per hour with Center at 11 ., est about 38 North and 70 West about 225 Miles South Nantucket mass. Highest winds about 100 . Near Center and gales extend out Ward 250 Miles mostly in the East Ern quadrants. This is still a dangerous storm and maximum precautions advised along the new England coast made him squat his feet until his feet were Frozen. Finally he was driven to attempt suicide. Suicide fails slashed my said but they caught me gave me medical attention just As i was about to lose Mahurin had shot Down three russian built Mig jets and shared credit with a flier for another Mig kill when captured. He also shot Dora Collins Heidenreich four Down 22 German and japanese sons Alexander j., Carl w. In world War ii. Four years will exceed 85 percent the 33 million than 28 million voters. The Adenauer coalition scattered the opposition left and right in the heavy voting. has 73 the 2 a. 8 p. M., bad Sun Day standings the major j parties in the direct vote for 242 ,.anci the 484 seats at stake in the lower House Christian democrats and affiliated Christian social social democrats 17 free democratic party Ade the annual Turtle Derby labor Day Celebration at St. Albans this afternoon under the direction the Community s Junior chamber Pulpy Bridge. Rev. Cecil Tucker will officiate an burial will be i Mont Somerv memorial Park at London. Or. Pell 72. Of deep water died saturday night at the Home a Niece mrs. Boy Chaffins. Walker will be at 2 p. Today at gospel Center Tabernacle in Danville with Rev. Eldon Waltz fila tone the two year old son . And mrs. Glenn Walker South Charles ton died saturday afternoon. Burial will be in the Madison memorial Park with Hunter and Hunter mortuary directing. Ward . And mrs. Roland Ward Birchwood died yester Day morning at birth in sacred heart Hospital in Birchwood. She is survived by one step sister Sharon at Home and her grandparents . And mrs. John Ward and . And mrs. Reason barn House All Rich Wood. Service will be at 2 p. Tomorrow in Simmons mortuary Chapel with Rev. Herbert Pennington jr., officiating. Burial will follow in the Richwood cemetery. Who Zlocki mrs. at p. Today in Spring pork Baptist Church with Rev. O. E Caldwell officiating. Burial will follow n Grace land memorial Park Davis Creek under direction Fidler and Franf mortuary at Belle. The body will be taken to the Church one hour before service mrs. Whitlock 75, Coal Fork died Friday night in her Home after a Long _ radio men Are told Korea War value by Don Whitehead White Sulphur Springs Ralph q., All South Charleston and William c., jr., Shawenegan Falls Quebec Canada three Sis ters mrs. Tinna Ohanrahan Terre haute mrs. Ida Hausman Washington d. C., and mrs. Elizabeth Muncie Brazil ind. Service will be at p. To Day at Snodgrass mortuary Chapel with Rev. W. W. White officiating. The body will be sent to Terre Faute for burial. The family has y until March 1953. Aug. 9, after the truce was signed the opposition questioning began anew and lasted 20 hours at a stretch until last wednesday. Requested that friends make con prisoner for 14 months but was i buttons to the cancer fund in Terr plated by the reds Steadi Stead sending Flowers. Labor must unite continued from Page 1 Eisenhower said american work men mock the false insinuation that economic Well being can be purchased Only at the Cost political Freedom. They Are the final answer to those who Prate Freedom and practice slavery who excuse terror and aggression in the name concern for Commerce. D. B. Mclaren a member a Veteran world War ii the dead Man according to police had returned from a Fayette Tow yesterday afternoon following a argument with his wife and proceeded to wreck their Home. It was then police said that cabe threatened his wife which to the warrant and attempted when the fuel Supply was in arrest. A Ltd licked swiftly to surviving besides his wife Are passengers the parents. Or. And mrs. Robert Cabe Andres n. Three the two air base guards Brothers Robert . Of Kingston leaped to doors and forced them Tenni John Winston Salem open. Stewardesses p a t r 1 c i a a and James Scarbro a Grevna Mck Cusport pa., daughter Teresa and a son Ward the trapped crewmen. The Jaycee finance committee said almost 300 entries have been made in the Derby the racers being sponsored by merchants from St. Albans to Kanawha leading off the Day s activities will be a bicycle Parade from the Central Grade school to Crawford Field site the Derby and a prize will be awarded to the owner the Best decorated vehicle. The Parade will Start at 1 p. And will signal the Start the Jaycee labor Day Observance. Featured at the Field will be the Turtle Derby itself. The turtles sit. 6 press Cor respondent Don Whitehead told members the West Virginia broadcasters Assn. Tonight tha the korean War May have been the salvation the two time pulitzer prize win Ner said the United states die hot win a Victory we were militarily but he said the and Muriel harms Seattle Cool conduct prevented Jackie. Service will be at 2 p. At my Case was very similar to Mahurin s except that i was not a prisoner As Evans said. Marine it. Col. Frank h. Schwa ble Arlington va., was one two marked no press by the doctors. He was placed no. 1 the red list. The other no press Case was Marine maj. Roy h. Bley Santa Ana Calif. Schwable told military press officers he had not talked to a fellow 93 Nauer 8 German party Adenauer t Center party 1 jubilant Adenauer backers were predicting a landslide Victory. Half the 484 seats in the lower House parliament Are being decided by direct vote. The remaining 242 seats Are being distributed the basis a com plex proportional representation system. The proportional tally at 1 a. The very workers whose lives they Beck who Only last month was named an Al vice president said that All labor must unite. We be Lieve it will do so eventually. We urge it to act in this he continued we Call upon the coming Al convention to invite the Cio Anc John Lewis and his United mine workers to come into the Al before another labor Day passes.1 Lewis in a statement release earlier expressed similar Hope for labor Unity within a year but said this will not be realized unless the memberships the Trade unions Rise up and insist upon the leadership their unions consummating organic Unity without con against dangerous Northeast gales heavy seas and High tides if Center storm continues present earlier in the Day the Bureau had ordered storm warnings posted from Manasquan n. J., to East port Maine As a precautionary measure while it kept track the Hurricane and to decide which Way it might turn. So far the Hurricane had Dona Little damage. Bermuda got a Little touch Gale winds but not ing serious. Nitro Man is held in two burglaries a Nitro Man was charged yesterday with burglar izing the Arcade jewelry store and the Tyler Mountain bus co. Garage in Charleston. Police said the suspect Charles Postlewaite 28, had admitted thefts. Postlewaite arrested by Nitro police saturday night was accused taking several watches and in traveler s checks from the jewelry store and from the garage. The lists the Neo nazis 16.183. Extremists beaten the communists and the four other confessed airmen Reed yesterday for the moment declined interviews at the process no Center. They were it. John Quinn Altadena Calif., it. Ken Neth Enochs Youngstown Ohio it. Floyd b. O Neal fair fax s. C., and it. Paul r. Kniss Monmouth 111., and san Antonio Tex. It. Robert e. Martin 24, Jackson miss., told How he worked into his confession an Angle which would prove to american military officials that it was a fraud. He inserted into it that he Hac been briefed germ warfare by Mai. Lefty Sellinger known by the air Force to have been killed be fore i even got to i knew that if the chinese Ever used that confession by inserting Bellinger s name As my group nazi groups appeared to have suffered drastic trouncing in the sunday balloting. _ Many Young voters just come age and a Large number refugees from Eastern Germany flocked to the Banner the 77 year old Adenauer. Voting was quiet and orderly in the an election which will determine whether the Republic will to Neutral stick to the West s defense system in the East West struggle. Communist Leader Max Rei Mann .ua.i.1 took a severe beating m the contest in Solgen red stronghold. The Christian demo crat candidate Defeated him in this cutlery making town the communists out communists seemed time gained provided an oppor Eren cing the matter to death Unity to build up our military forces and begin wartime production. The men who fell in Korea did not die in Whitehead said they died in the cause Freedom. Their deaths May have saved All Asia by giving their lives the Al convention will open in St. Louis sept. 21. Both the Al and the Cio recently renewed merger talks but Lewis has not Een included in the conferences. Cio president Walter Reuther interviewed Mclaren said were purchased our boys made the bandits Stop panic the passengers Vauney re Rev Church at Whittaker calmly directed evacuation c tuesday with Ives mortuary the plane while the flames spread dangerously close. I the sat Tyree mortuary the exits were smoking and at Oak Hili wrapped in fire before All the d pain Fuji Burns the hands and arms. One Dies Ounas the crash Landing took place Williamson sept. 6 Only about 100 Yards from the Cline about 48. Operator from a Turtle and Terrapin farm in Tennessee. Judges the race will be Sam Lerose newly appointed St. Al bans High school football coach and his two assistants Charlie ook and Al Nida. A prize will be Given to the sponsor the winning Turtle. Also included the program and consider the Price Augress Whitehead s address ended a two Day session the association which represents 57 am and pm West Virginia Raido and television stations. Alice Shein Williamson recently elected president the group said the meeting was sex will be contests highlighted by successful and enlighten Cin Vir Rizir Volp race a Bubble gum slow bicycle race a Bubble gum blowing contest Penny pitches and baseball pitches. Concession stands will be operated by members the Jaycee ettes. Ing. Base fire station but the the Blue Moon tavern at Bais spend so swiftly that it could notides was fatally shot today in an be controlled by the firemen. Exchange pistol fire with ins most seriously injured the first cousins. Constable Leek Cuneo continued from i passengers were mrs. Doris Gilbert Jailer Arch Hatfield re Kansas 1 2 0, Kentucky 6 labor Dav toll 0 0, 2 City children die continued from Pate 1 air she became dizzy and fell out mrs. Burnside was outside when the fire started and was unable television pro Fred 28 Covington ky., i 3 0 to enter the building because who Are first suffered face lacerations and " Leck Cline. Who claimed he fired Maryland 12 4 0, Massachusetts heat and smoke. Burns her son. Terry. 22 self defense was held in the min 2 1 1. Michigan 15 3 1, Minnesota the Burns Over 30 percent his county Jaii pending i Vestiga 3 0 0, Mississippi 2 moved their families to and mrs. Alfred s sister the Case by prosecutor to Phylliss Chappelle 33, Slater. Hatfield said the shooting follow u a w a 1 1 Nebraska 200. New Hamp the ill fated Home Only a Short Shire 2 00, new Jersey 31 1. Ago. Their husbands Are Mexico 200. New York 15 0 5, j working in Cleveland. O. 7 3 0 Ohio 17 1 1, left homeless by the fire they Oregon 7 0 Are staying with Gram in Detroit tonight said inclusion Independent unions such As Lewis would be taken up later. To consider them now would toss too Many additional disruptive is pues into the merger talks Reuther said the lbs show Man the ranking leaders both the Al and the Cio meantime criticized the new Republican regime for what they said was a failure to improve the status working men in this country. Al president George Meany told a lbs television audience that we have gone backwards in America since labor Day a year ago especially in the areas housing social Security and education. We think the 83rd Congress has failed to do the things that Are vital to the welfare the Ameri can he said and called for improvements to fortify the american Way . Life for the Strug Gle against communism. James b. Carey Secretary treasurer the Cio charged in a capt. Theodore r. Harris Guys Calif., said he was subjected constant mental Strain after he and 10 Crew members his super Ort were taken across the Yalu River into Manchuria. I signed nothing admitted Noth Harris said proudly. I would not confess doomed to elimination from the bundestag where they held w seats before the election As the result a new Law aimed at reducing splinter parties. Up to Midnight the Neo nazis and the minor neutralise party Peoples party for Germany Unity lacked sufficient votes to rations officer it would be the tip off to the air Force that the confession was a phony and forced out the Pilot a b29 shot Down in july 1952, resisted All efforts to make him confess while in Soli Ary confinement for More than. Months in Mukden Manchu obtain any proportional represent expert to resume continued from Fife 1 polygraph examinations were identified As Arch Alexander jr., son in Law mra. Clark and the last known person to have seen her alive his wife Juliet and four one time employees the murdered woman John Woodson mrs. Be to Smith Jesse Wood and Pryor. Much the interrogating was done for background and Check ing purposes the mayor said promising that Inbau would make a report his findings at the conclusion his investigative work. In the meantime state police crime Laboratory technicians continued their intensive Examina Tion the handful clues turned Over to them by City detectives. The items include a Ball pern Hammer found in Alexander s basement which police described As possibly the murder a Chip Wood found in a Pool blood near Clark s body and furniture and other from the Clark Home. Mayor Copenhaver police president hinders state Man s wedding at Denver air base Denver sept. 6 Eisenhower unwittingly interfered with a Denver wedding Friday it was held anyway with the Aid state officials. Action in the bundestag. Moscow and the Western pow ers kept an anxious Eye re sults which were being counted behind the locked doors the parliament building by the nation s leading statisticians. A triple police cordon surrounded the area to prevent any new communist efforts to disrupt the key East West test. The government to emerge from the election will guide the destiny the Federal Republic with a population 48 million and a steadily soaring Economy for the four crucial years that lie ahead. Unofficial final results were expected by Dawn. They will Tell whether the u plan to bring 12 West German divisions into a six nation. European defense army has a Chance surviving. The scheme chief Dewey Williams and Detec Tives w. W. Fisher and Mayford Haynes conferred with the technicians late saturday night and later reported the examination was progressing at this the mayor said the investigation is primarily a process miners to break continued from Flo 1 project providing space and facilities for More than Hospital it. Harry Ethridge Beckley is bitterly opposed by the social w a was separated from the its who claim it will chances getting Russia to agree to reuniting divided Germany run own show this was the first time since service at Lowry air Force base site the president s summer White House. Ethridge planned to have a Lowry chaplain marry him Beds. Funds for the ambitious program come from the 40-cent Royalty tax the Union s welfare fund collects from every ton Coal produced. It is yielding More than 140 Nail lion dollars a year out which More than 100 million goes to for 1 miners pensions and 2 medical care for themselves and their families. A recent fund report showed it overspent income by it million dollars during the year ended but the Royalty in j a w Lorraine m. Hingst Hitler came to Power two decades Denver. Ville by they were taken to army Hospital and the others Matheny Cline protested the 703, Joss seriously injured were treated stable s arrest some tavern a Pennsylvania 426, Rhode Island Tives who live Young St at the air base Hospital. Rons intoxication charges last a 2 0, South Carolina 12 0 0, South More five radio address that Only big Busi Ness had benefited under the new regime. Pacific North Vest in the last year Ivis pistol at the tavern about noon Gianias 1 0, Washington 5.0 0 West people compared with 3 1 to which 222 persons have been today. He said Matheny 4 1_ 0, Wisconsin 6 1 1-10 car for each killed and scores injured. I to kill him. 4 0 x. 100 russians. Gold Security regulations imposed be cause the president s visit bar red Many the invited guests from entering the Post. Only immediate families the Bride and Groom were told they could enter. Seeking help the couple was told by Colorado Secretary state Homer m. Bruce that one his friends would perform the Cere Mony. So they married be has been fore friends As Well As family in african the state supreme court Chambers by Justice . 90 percent ago that the germans themselves were Able to supervise their own elections and they Tooh their responsibility seriously. The allies ran the last election in 1949. There was no election Day stunting to win votes Al though the Campaign had us Cut ups. In Bonn the turnout was put at 90 percent by officials. Some cities reported a percent turnout Many parts the country registered turnout june crease from 30 to 40 cents a ton negotiated by Lewis fall with mine owners covered Only part the period. This report showed the fund paid _ for Hospital care for its More than 250 000 beneficiaries in All the 48 states except three. The Miner his wife child needing Hospital care merely goes to the nearest doctor Hospital approved by the fund and the service is paid for by the fund. Australia lies directly in tha path the two main migrations whales their seasonal trek to warmer Waters says National geographic society

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