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Morgantown Dominion News (Newspaper) - June 13, 1959, Morgantown, West Virginia In the do Menton news 4 turds Var it of Tun w we defendants testify in negro rape Case Tallahassee fun. Up a the state placed before an Al male jury Friday detailed Patata Manti of four White youth charged with the a rape of a negro College coed in which each defendant admitted that All had sex relations with the girl. The Taf emerita were related to the jury by Law officers who obtained them. The defense objected to each and one defendant took the the stand to Tell judge w. May Walker that he did not re member half of what he said. Walker allowed the statements to be recounted by deputies but upheld a defense motion to refuse to permit tape recordings of the statements to be played. The Trail went into recess late Friday and the jury was taken on a tour of the route which the state claims the Young negro girl was taken after being abducted at gun Ami knife Point. Judge Walker ordered a night session of the trial in an Effort to wind up the states Case. The four defendants fact possible death sentences if convicted. The jury was taken to a Tover a Lane spot behind a drive in movie where the negro girl Ami her companions on a double Date said they were accosted by the defendants Early on the morning of May 2. Then the jury taken by the Home of one of the defendants Wilton Collm Worth. 24, who owned the gun and die car in which the girl wan found then to a Piney Woods location where she said she was raped repeatedly. The jury then was taken to a Road where a part time Deputy arrested die four youths then to a grocery store nearby where the youths were searched. The state succeeded in having the jury hear a it Minny cd deputies who related statements of each defendant As to How the girl a abducted taken to the Woods Ami How each had Intercourse with her. In addition to Collmus world the defendants Are Patrick scar Borough. 20, Ollie Stoutamire la. And David beagles 18, one prosecution witness was Jimmy Looper a former High school classmate of beagles who testified he met beagles on a downtown Street Cornier a few hours before the girl was raped. He said he asked beagles where he was going a a what did he Sayf asked the prosecutor. A do i have to a the exact words a Cooper asked. The judge told him to go Ahaad and Cooper quoted beagles a using ohs of phrase to say he was Quot going nuts to have sexual relations with a negro woman beagles took the stand to Tell the judge that he a scared lie cause of the Quot fix i was in Ami sleepy and under the influence of liquor when he made his state men the judge permitted it to be entered Beagle statement a and that the four defendants came upon two negro Couplet having sexual in funeral notices ast. We i ism. Or Kim v tim Loo a a ii awl Rimili Iriemi will he re arts no St of Martins Tun Riol mom Alin i a in. 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He said the slender. 11-year old fiord University coed was taken while her companions Wert held at the Point of a Shotgun and knife according to the statements beagles said Scarborough had the Shotgun Quot trained on the occupants of the negroes car and that Serabo rough did All the talking beagles said one of the negro girls ran but the other was put in the boys car with a Quot Little push it said she did not cry out. After having Intercourse with the girl beagles statement said the girl told him Quot you wont Tell anybody i wont Tell anybody. I just want to he protected at the College a he said he blindfolded her. The four youths were arrested a Short time later on the morning of May 2 and the girl near collapse was found in their car. Beagles testifying while the jury was out said a i Don t re member half the things i told the he said he had consumed a Large amount of whisky and was Quot not in the habit of drinking deputies related the statements of sure Borough and Stoutamire to the jury before beagles took the stand to support a defense motion that his statement be held inadmissible the deputies told the jury that Smth Stoutamire and Scarborough admitted that All four defendants had relations with the negro girl. Hie girl whose name cannot be published under Flordia Law testified thursday that the and three companions on a Campus Spring formal double Date were taken from a parked ear after the dance and that she was forced at the Point it a knife and Shotgun to submit. She said she was raped seven times. The girl whose testimony was supported by that of her negro companions on the double Dale said the White youths accosted them Forcad them to Kneel in the headlights of their car and then put her in their car. She said they drove i a wooded area where she was assaulted repeatedly. Beagles a High school senior said he was not mistreated after the four defendants were arrested but said he was scared Quot i had never been in a fix Tike this he said he said he was told by a Deputy that Quot i had to sign that statement a the Deputy w. Ray Hamlin jr., said the boy signed the statement voluntarily and prosecutor William Hopkins Drew front Beagle an admission that two Days had intervened and that he had been permitted to talk to i family and friends before he actually signed it. The confession by Scarborough related to the All White male jury by Hamlin said the four youths were Quot Riding around m Collins Worth s car Early on the morning of May 2. Hospitals seniority said strike trouble Fairmont a seniority rights in an expected liftoff were unofficially reported to he the or icy Amra in a strike which a idled about Voo men at three Marion county mines of the moult to 1 user Coal co. Lite walkout was tit its a Cotta Day Friday it was termed in a themed by president Cecil a Urbaniak of United mine workers District 31, who a skit i the men to return to work. The stoppage began hum Aday at the company a no 8 mine at Farmington and Lefoie the Day was out had spread to the i ova Ridge mine on sugar run and the no. 13 mine Al Jordan while the walkout was under stood to involve seniority rights in an expected furlough at far Mington the company said in furlough notice has yet i Wen posted Ait the Date amt men to lie affect id have not been decided Vincent tit or and mrs Loon a. Reed of 147 fair or drive a daughter 8 40 thursday. Or. And mrs. Jamas Watson of rout i a Ann 10.31 pm. Thursday. Surgical patients include Randy Ralph med Row of 734 Monon Galia Avenue Wilma Ester Leslie of pc Marion and Kathryn Cash Man of Masontown. Medical patients include Yvonne Powell of routes Thomas Guy Everly of Maidsville Joe Armagna of 55 Yoke Street. Lenola Hunter of Cassville and Jim Dobbs of Box 523, Morgantown. Volunteer workers today will include or a. J. Schmidiger Roy Pyles and Jane Butler Monona a11a general Rev. And or. David Rifle of 28 Simpson Street twin a son at 2 31 , and a daughter at 3 48 a in. Friday. The daughter named Ann m. Rifle succumbed a few hours after birth or. And or. Jesse Samuel Griffith of 488 country club drive a son i 24 a in Friday. Or. And mrs Patrick Huff of Rowlesburg a daughter la of a in. Friday. Surgical patients include Lillian Rose Kinberlin of route 3. Jot Chi a i Fen Davis of 848 Purdue Street David Winter Horton of 436 West Virginia Avenue John a Schall of Patton drive mile ground Mabel Rose Smith of Gormania. Frank 0�?Tl.ear of Martin. A and fee Vincent of 245 wait Man Street medical patients include Vijh Val Edward Whitmore of Sabraton station and Marion Smith of 1405 anymore Avenue. Preston memorial medical patients i n c i e Charles e. Wotring Aurora and Frances c. Jenkins route 2, Albright Steelwork continued from Page i delivered to the Job next week. Exra Vaion work and Concrete pouring will continue on the two other buildings however. Within another month Steelwork will have begun on All three buildings. Or Hewett said the three buildings which will make up the a engineering Campus just off Monongahela Boulevard Ara scheduled for completion in november Imi the the rat Structure under construction Are the agriculture engineering build my. The College of engineering belittling and the College of agriculture building the College of engineering building will a the largest of the three and will House the heating Plant for the new Campus or. Hewett said the basement and Aub basement Levels of this 10-Story building Are in solid Rock making the excavation difficult. The agriculture holding will be higher than the other two Ainee it will be located on a Bluff the a engineering budding la located in a hollow closer to the sum rest area although work on the engineering building is further advanced than that on the other two buildings completion of the buildings will be almost Simulia Niou. Or. Hewett pointed out Quot there is Mort work to do on that building a he said. Quot within a few months work on All three building will a about even a population of the nine county san Francisco Bay Are is expected to approach i to too by do and exited 7,000.000 by do Summit meeting demanded by Gromyko on bed s t Erms Geneva up russians Andrei a Gromyko Friday refused to withdraw his Berlin ultimatum and demanded a Summit meeting on Moscow terms Gromyko s sledgehammer speech seemed to smash any Hope for agreement at the big four foreign ministers conference. American officials said Guy Mykols insistence on a Summit conference regardless at what happens at the ministers talks indicated the soviets were preparing to Quot write Oft the big four conference. U s Secretary of state Christian a. Herter quickly convened an extraordinary session of the Western ministers to discuss the situation caused when the soviet foreign minister blandly said he was giving neither Quot ultimatum nor diktat a but the allies must get out of West Berlin. He demanded that the Geneva meeting place Quot in obstacles in the path of a Summit Parley. Both sides agreed to a secret meeting on monday which will take the conference into its sixth week. But the West showed it had Little or no Hope French foreign minister Maurice Couve de Murville admitted he Felt Quot discouragement and russians proposals Quot do not offer a basis for discussion a said assistant Secretary of state Andrew w. Berdg the . Spokesman. Herter Couve de Murville and British foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd had a private lunch with West Berlin mayor Willy Brandt who arrived at her term a invitation to discuss the Berlin crisis and russians demand that the Western Power Clear out. At the Semi Public plenary aes Aion of the ministers Gromyko a tarted out by saying solemnly that i demand of wednesday that the West to get out of Berlin in one year waa Quot not an ultimatum a then he proceeded to present this apparently Rock Bottom russian stand a the soviet Union Quot would never sign any document which would mean the perpetuation of the occupation regime in West a Russia insists on its proposals already rejected by the West giving the two Germanis one year to write a peace treaty and giving full Equality to the communist East German regime a the wast must agree either to get out of West Berlin after these All German negotiations or get out now a Quot the soviet government considers that the Summit conference should not a made a subject of in other words Gromyko said the present conference of foreign ministers has no bearing on major issues which should be taken up at the Summit. This ran counter to president Eisenhower s condition that the ministers achieve some Success if there is to he a Summit Parley which Russia wants. At first Gromyko s withdrawal of the Quot ultimatum Quot status of his proposal of wednesday gave tile West some Hope i this basis Herter called for a set ret session monday. But As Gromyko continued Eon Cern grew in the Western delegations. Quot of there is any connection be tween the Geneva conference and the Summit conference in this connection Gromyko said Quot this can be explained Only in such terms that no obstacles should be Laid Down on the Road to the con Ference of the Heads of then he added what some diplomats considered a new threat a to put any artificial obstacle on the Road to the Summit Means tit assume grave the full import of Gromyko a harsh words apparently Sank in on the West during the lunch Herter held for West Berlin s mayor Brandt. The lunch lasted two hours at Herter a a Villa. There was nothing conciliatory in what Gromyko said Friday except his claim that he was not making threats. He said Russia wanted to make the Geneva meeting a Success. Quot Gromyko has publicly disclaimed any intention to duress a . Spokesman herding said. But Quot nothing has been changed in substance in the soviet proposals. These proposals do not offer a basis for the British took the More optimistic View that the russians had withdrawn their ultimatum Angle. The French took the most pessimistic View. Couve de Mur Ville said he Felt the . Position was somewhere Between the other two allies. Obituaries is Hool continued from Page i the College the state department of education and the West Virginia association of county superintendents. State superintendent of schools a Virgil Rohrbough will take part in the conference and will address the first luncheon at noon monday and will also extend greetings at the opening session. The keynote address will be delivered by or. Clara e. Cock Erie assistant superintendent. Armstrong county schools Kittanning. And her talk will be followed by a report of the committee on philosophy for West Virginia schools John t. , chairman. A. N. Moistener and j. K. Randolph. Monon Galia county a part in the conference will be at 3 15 . Monday Quot instructional improvement in service tiny girl continued from Page i Quot physically Susan seems reasonably sound but she is mentally confused disorganized and disoriented. We Are not sure whether this is the result of several Days running about or that this Prenzi fated her running a Way. She has not been assaulted. Quot the girls parents. Or. And mrs. Lester Lawrence spoke with their daughter who looks 9 or to years old As she Lay in her Hospital bed. Or Lawrence said a the first thing Susan said was. A i it wis she was All bitten up by mosquitoes and was in a Daze she dozen t know where a has Sabra methodist program sunday the youth choir of Sabra methodist Church will put on a special program consisting of solos trios and duets at f . Fri lip the youth choir also will have some a it Erial songs David Dusenberry citizenship chairman said. Everyone to Welcome to attend mrs. Elma v. Williams mrs Elma v. Williams of 326 Brockway Avenue and widow of the Llewelyn Williams who preceded her in death in 1945, died Friday morning at the Home of her daughter. Mrs Alfred l. Hurlbert jr., after a six month illness. Bom in Swansea Wales mrs. Williams was the daughter of the late or. And mrs. Griffith Thomas. She came to Morgantown with her parents in 1906 and was married at the first Baptist in june 1906. She was a member of the Baptist choir for 51 years and was a Well known Soprano soloist in Morgantown. Mrs. Williams was a charter member of the order of Eastern Star a member of the past matrons club the women s music club and the woman s Welsh club. She is survived by her daughter Kathryn one son Griffith of Phoenix aria and three grandchildren. Catherine b. Hughes Catherine b. Hughes 79, of 600 Jefferson St., died at the Home of mrs. Ruth Weaver in Easton thursday at to pm. She had been an invalid for three years. Born aug. 29, 1879, in Glasgow Scotland she was the daughter of the late William and Mary bums Chalmers. She was a member of the first presbyterian Church. Her husband John Henry Hughes died in 1908 surviving Are two daughters Dorothy c. Hughes at Home and mrs. J. J. Catherine Reed of Greenville a. A ton William c. Hughes of Roslyn pa., my three grandchildren. Mrs. Rebecca Ann Plum mrs. Rebecca Ann Plum 83, of Rowlesburg route i died thursday at 4 45 . In Preston memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness. Born oct. 28. 1875, at Bridgeport she was a daughter of the late Juddie and Nancy Williams Britton. Her husband Hugh g. Plum died oct. 28, 1956. Survivors include five sons. Hugh s. Of Tunnelton Juddie m. Of Manheim James of Masontown Eddie of it. Plymouth Mich., and George of Detroit Mich. Five daughters mrs. Leoma Burnett of Royal Oak Mich., mrs. Opal Burns and mrs. Beryl Riggs both of Rowlesburg mrs. Ruth Ridenour of Tunnelton mrs. Eunice Jones of Detroit two Sisters mrs. Margaret Johnson of Elkins and mrs. Ells Ruckle of Morgantown three Brothers John Britton Harris Britton and Felix Britton All of Rowlesburg is grandchildren 88 great grandchildren and 4 great great grandchildren. She was a member of the Baptist Church and had resided in Rowlesburg for 43 years and prior to that was a resident of Parsons. Michael Pyeha Michael Pyecha sr., 79. Formerly of Sabraton died Friday at the Home of his son George Pyecha at Monaca a after a lengthy illness. He was bom in Czechoslovakia. June 25, 1879, and was a retired tin Mill worker. He is survived by his wife Julia of Monaca a. Seven sons Michael jr., of Morgantown George of Monaca Steve of Pittsburgh Charles of Baltimore John of Mckee rocks a. Andrew of Fairmont and pet of Binghampton n. Ann m. Riffe Ann m. Riff twin daughter of the Rev. And mrs. David Riffe assistant pastor at the Wesley methodist foundation died Friday evening several hours after she had been born. Surviving besides the parents Are the other twin David Mark maternal grandparents or. And mrs. W. E. Burrier of Charlotte n. A paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Harold m. Riffe of Charleston. Assunta Tranchini Assunta Tranchini 65, of 216 East Brockway died Friday evening in the Vincent Pallotti Hospital after a lengthy illness. She was born in Lett Talena Italy aug. 21, 1893, a daughter of the late Folco and Denita Carf Agria. Surviving include her husband Philip at Home four daughters mrs. Mary Palmer of Morgantown mrs. Adeline Patitucci of Syracuse n. Y., mrs. Desolina Gizzi of Morgantown and mrs. Anna Mancini of Morgantown two Brothers or. Joseph Carfagna and James Carfagna of Morgantown nine grandchildren and three great grandchildren. She was a member of St. Theresa a Catholic Church. Plane is found Al deep Creek Pittsburgh up a private plane reported missing earlier on Friday during a flight from Pittsburgh to Baltimore was located late Friday night at deep Creek my. The Pilot of the plane a Piper Tri pacer told the Federal aviation Agency Here that he had landed safely at deep Creek and that he was not involved in any Accident. The Faa identified the Pilot As Ray Hough of Bridgeville near Pittsburgh. The civil air patrol at Charleston w a was preparing to search for the plane. Bombing continued from Page i and was committed to a new York mental Hospital. A picture of the Man who escaped from the Harlem Valley state Hospital at Wingdale n.y., earlier this week was transmitted by new York police to Boston at the request of authorities Here the United press International Learned. Boston suffered a bad Case of jitters As police hunted the mad Man responsible for the explosion which shredded the elevated nation at mid afternoon. Gov. Long continued from Page i ing he was Quot mentally and physically probate judge Hugh Gibson ordered tuesdays sanity hearing after doctors agreed with mrs. Long and said Long should be confined to the Hospital Quot for his own Protection and that of judge Godard ordered or. Daniel Bobbitt director of hospitals at the John Sealy medical Center to bring Long to the hearing. Sex Moore aide loses dismissal Washington a Keith h. Jaques. A congressional aide failed Friday to win dismissal of charges he distributed unsigned political Campaign literature. His lawyer pleaded the indictment was ambiguous. U. S. District court judge David a. Pint turned Down the plea. The indictment alleges that Jacques distributed the literature during the 1958 political Campaign in the 1st congressional District of West Virginia. Jacques. 36, is a former aide to rep. Arch a. Moore or. Reva. He now is legislative assistant to sen. Wallace f. Bennett a Utah. Walkout continued from Page i meet tuesday with the unions full negotiating committee. The Industry team members suggested that the unions 435 negotiators either be called together in one room or that the 12 company meetings be staggered so the Industry wide bar gainers bar gainers could attend each one. After Mcdonald declined to go along with these suggestions the Industry team notified him that it would not attend the 12 separate meetings but would be available to meet with any Union representatives. Mcdonald already has summoned the unions full negotiating team for each company to new York and the Industry a refusal to show up at these sessions is certain to Widen the rift Between the parties. Mcdonald told a news conference that if the companies wanted to change the schedules of the 12 meetings they would have to Quot Contact our committee chairman for each company and make their own Quot if they want to play Ball that Way let them a Mcdonald said. He strongly emphasized that the unions negotiating committees would Bein 12 separate rooms at the hotel Roosevelt scene of the negotiators at 2 pm. . On tuesday. He said the Union was not concerned with How the Industry a four negotiators planned to attend the 12 meetings at the same time. Quot let them make their own schedule a he added. The Industry a a rejection indicated it had m Dan to try to change the meeting schedules. Arthurj Goldberg chief Union counsel said the Industry Quot has a statutory obligation to bargain in Good Faith. We have the right to expect them to bargain in Good Faith by sending people to these 12 meetings who Are ready willing and Able to bargain with Mcdonald said the wage policy committee a hooted and howled when he read the Industry a eight suggested changes in contract provisions involving Plant work rules. In its formal statement the committee said the Industry a present program is the path to Quot disaster and it accused the Industry of trying to foment a strike and said the responsibility for a walkout would rest squarely with the companies. Arkwright Union to meet sunday local Union 5429 Arkwright mine will meet at to a in. Sunday at the labor Temple Andy Morris recording Secretary announced last night. The purpose of the meeting is to nominate and elect officers and the mine committee and safety committee. This will be the Only meeting for june and the next meeting will be july 26. Also at to . At the labor Temple. Cli ii 1 in ii cemetery to Ile decorated decoration services at the it. Pleasant cemetery will be this sunday at 2 . The Rev. Edwin Smith will be the speaker and is in charge of the program. Important announcements adv watch this column every Day notices of importance to you will appear her regularly in the Dominion Newa and the Morgantown Post important announcements Ara of interest to Yow raid them every Day on this Page to the Dominion news and Morgantown Post. Your brightest decorating idea for month of or i june 21 St. Father s Day remember dad with a gift that he will truly apart Catt from Cotters Complete selections a a la in Only. Bargain inheres a kale r i firt Aninna iniiaua1ion no ibb a by . Stymies int actin oids 0#n. A a. Sri. Yin heft Sie Vici Kom Halim Ava to a lilt a a a Jay Kuhn s of Deal and loading Flower store in in pm is Noel Iha of r v i c t built 13ft Sprat tit by Isis on Manhattan drip dry shirts Palm Beach tie station Straw hats Manhattan underwear Cotton stretch Rayon sock belts by Hickok Nunn Bush mesh shoes gift certificates in any amount Cotter a by him a Orin monday nights new car Finan ing 41/2 % also i Seix i i danced at lower interest r \ Tes div. This month �?o3� i 99 the first National Bank eolian super Kem-t0ne lot Woli Point tort an easily with Brush or roller a guaranteed Uatha ble when thoroughly dry or your Mon Yback Ane gallon in plenty for your a or a size i room. On coat will usually do a Dree m in than a hour to a smooth but Tough finish a Colon Colon Colon mom How Beautiful they Arnm Rouen or a Auric far the tailing. Sufi Kem tone Cugno hat White tar Woodwork in a Al a try of color. Kim Glo. Pm my a bad to 185 the Sherwin Williams co. Your drive in paint store 1125 University ask. Phone 2-5152 of Morgantown members of the Federal Deposit insurance corporation and of the Federal Reserve system Morgantown hardware your new Quick service store Iso High strut dial 4411

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