Beckley Post Herald in Beckley, West-Virginia 21 Nov 1960
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Beckley Post Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Beckley, West Virginia
Inside today polish flite cuff a his no Ftnat Pant another cuban walked col. Joseph Mobutu the Congo s d h t Henderson at close a my commander and military a Kwh a pistol a ruler would not support this threat. He said it is no concern of Wachuku answering questions by Telephone from his new York hotel said he was not upset. I go he said. I have booked boy 12, hangs self Williamson a Jeffrey j my passage and i go. I Don t Sec Ward. 12. Accidentally himself sunday on a plastic clothesline in his backyard Here police said. Officers said the son of or. And mrs. Ogden Ward apparently had climbed a Post then slipped and fell and was strangled. _ car yields five charred bodies pikev1lle, by. A state hanged any danger he explained that Nigeria had two battalions of soldiers and police were investigating sunday three battalions of police with the 1 the deaths of five men whose u. N. Force in the Congo and the bodies burned to a Crisp were Force itself totalled around 20.000 found in a car on a county Road men quite enough to protect the commission Steps to end civil War taken by Laos Premier the huge brie and Wilile Ai Force plane taxied in. The door opened and a dozen men descended. Several ignored the reception party and promo began snapping pictures in All directions. Good Day or. Ambassador said Tshombe in French he extended his hand to an elderly Bald Man heading the group. Acle Nelv i am not the ambassador. My name is Lov Hen de con was the re nov in Reddish. Tshombe understands no English and Cancun Tweed. Odd led the agreement with Prince the six year civil War in Laos. His government s neutralise poll ocies and to the creation of a Coa this dispatch was delayed and including represent Cut by the censor in Vientiane i Jucs Fly the a that lao and gun right Wing the communist led Patchet has been waging the civil War since the French got out of Indochina in 1954. Among the new policies announced earlier by Sou Vanna Houma s government apparently in response to Patchet lao pressure was establishing relations with communist China and its satellite North Viet Nam Souvanna a neutralise report lug Henderson s High state Dep i tent title. The smile slipped Home s face. .0j.9 but where is the ambassador from to Souvanna Vong his half brother and Leader of the Patchet lao on his return from the Patchet lao stronghold at Sam Neua in Northern Laos. Near Here. Coroner Raymond Call said the bodies were being a Rayed to determine the presence of Metal that would indicate the men had been shot. Call said there was a possibility of foul play because of the Way the bodies were in the this apparently was a prelim a with All the heat it seems there d have been some sort of struggle to try to escape he said but there had t been. They were sitting just As though they d just gotten into the the victims were identified As Harvey Ratliff about 24, found behind the wheel buddy Hopkins about 24 Denver Yates about 25 Harmond Robinson about 35 and Louie Hopkins about 17. All were from the Greasy Creek area of Pike county. Trooper Lonnie Leach said state police were called about 8 20 . Sunday and informed a car had been found with the bodies inside at the head of Greasy Creek 17 Miles Southeast of Here. Call said the car had angled off the Road with no Impact Down a shoulder and into a Creek bed. He said results of the a rays would be known monday. Co. Building on Woodlawn Avenue Early sunday morning and later reported the youth was responsible for five weekend burglaries. Receiving a Telephone Call from an unidentified person police rushed to an Alley near the Burleson building about 2 30 . Determining that noises were coming from inside the building they telephoned owner Lee Burleson who let them inside where they found the boy. After questioning the youth they said he was responsible for four other break ins that occurred l a tween 2 . Saturday and the time of his arrest. He is now in the juvenile Section of the Raleigh county jail where he is awaiting hearing. The police said the youth broke into Bay s Buick on first Avenue and stole three screw Drivers some Stamps and an unknown amount of Money. At Baldwin Supply on South Fayette Street he broke into a cigarette machine and a soft drink dispensers and took some Money. He also took a Carton of tire patches. He broke into Rahall s restau-islui"hlc1 As a result of the death rant on South Fayette Street Butlo of Wrt lard barn Etc. 55, of Blake nothing was taken. He also broke into the Beckley hotel garage on South Fayette ars kill three during weekend by the associated press weekend Auto accidents claimed the lives of at least three persons in West Virginia. Thomas e. Bailey 22, was killed. His parents or. And mrs. Enos Bailey and an 18-year-old sister Dolores Bailey were injured saturday when their Auto collided with another vehicle at Iaeger. Carl e. Kiser 34, of Welch also was Hurt. Leonard Green 23, of Ethel was killed saturday when his car ran off a a. 10 near Logan and went Over an embankment. His wife Mildred was injured. Howard Phillips sr., 63, of Blakeley died saturday in a Montgomery Hospital of injuries suffered Friday night in an Accident which resulted in a Fine and a jail term for his son Howard Phillips jr., of Waukegan 111. The younger Phillips was sentenced to six months in jail and fined $100 on a charge of Man were uppermost in Kennedy conversations sunday with sen. Stuart Symington of Missouri and George a. Smathers of Florida. This was a sort of second round mixed in with socializing and relaxing with his two democratic colleagues. The Trio got into those saturday. Wearing dark glasses and a Grey pin striped suit Kennedy left his guests at the Kennedy family Home beside the Atlantic Slid behind the wheel of his convertible and was off to 10 . Mass at St. Ann s Church in West Palm Beach. At a. Kennedy and a boy of about 6 shared half of a Pew. They heard the Rev. Joseph l. Leroy s. J., a Jesuit priest urge the worshippers to try to have an attitude of Charity toward All men for the love of god and the peace of the prof. Richard Neustadt of co Lumbia University if new York an authority on governmental transitions will sit in on at least part of Kennedy s talks monday with Clifford. A Washington lawyer who formerly was chief White House counsel in the Truman administration Clifford will be giving Kennedy a report on number and types of key top level jobs the new president must fill upon his but nothing was taken there either. The last place he entered was the one Job he should never have undertaken Burleson motor co. Ley in the same Accident. He was driving the car which wrecked near Montgomery. Inauguration on Jan. 20 or soon afterwards. About 1,400 posts Are involved. Clifford was expected to outline the duties of the positions and the qualifications it would be Well for appointees to have. Aides to the president elect said they did t know whether Clifford would submit any names for consideration. Something like 150 positions such As Cabinet Little Cabinet and White House staff jobs will have priority. Once Kennedy announces his appointments for them he says he will begin doing this around the first of the month the members of the Kennedy team will meet individually with their predecessors of the Eisenhower administration for coaching. Kennedy sunday night received a Resolution of the Louisiana legislature asking his position on the action of a Federal court in ordering the legislature not to interfere in school integration in new Orleans. There was no immediate reaction from Kennedy. A delegation of the legislature presented the Resolution to Clifford who relayed it to the Massachusetts senator. Clifford arrived from Washington sunday afternoon and met almost immediately with the delegation at its hotel. Neutralise i drive fails Tokyo a prime minister Hayato Ikeda a conservatives won continued control of parliament monday after waging an election Caim Ipaige pegged on keeping Japan aligned with the United states. Incomplete returns from sunday s nationwide voting gave Ike a s Liberal democratic party 238 seats in the 467-seat House of representatives Topping the 234 needed to assure majority control and keep Ikeda in office As prime minister the opposition socialists who had vigorously campaigned for a Neutral Japan and against the new Security pact with the United states had won 103 seats. The democratic socialists a moderate splinter group which broke with the old line socialists 10 months ago accusing them of being pro communist had won Only 6. Ikeda had appealed throughout the Campaign for a mandate against neutralise in the cold War and support of Japan s military Alliance with the United states. The communists who helped the socialists stage last Spring s violent demonstrations against the new military pact had failed to elect a candidate. Both the conservatives and the socialists headed for gains at the expense of the democratic socialists a moderate group facing its first test at the polls since its members broke away from the socialists 10 months ago. At least 11 incumbent democratic socialists went Down to defeat quickly including Takeo Muto a Well known labor Leader. Ikeda had appealed for a boost in the conservative total of. 288- seats in the old House of representatives As a sign that the country would repudiate the socialist policy of neutralise in the cold War. The House from which the new government will be formed has 467 seats. Conservative strength was attributed less to the Campaign s emphasis on foreign policy and More to traditional japanese conservatism the nation s general Prosperity and Superior organization and financing of the Liberal democratic party. Ikeda 60, dissolved parliament in october and asked japanese voters to boost his party s 283-Membcr majority in the House As a repudiation of neutrality and an endorsement of the u. pact providing for american troops to remain Here for another decade. Catholic Church demands mayor admit voting sin police detain two in mystery death Parkersburg a two men were taken into custody Sun Day by state police for question-1 to do penance publicly through the ing in the death of an 18-year-old radio television or the newspapers Wood county girl. I before she can receive holy Corn trooper r. E. Dalton did nol Munion san Juan puerto Rico 2 83 60 81 78 73 55 77 61 59 40 60 41 Low 40 is 30 41 22 70 37 50 67 47 40 35 31 50 32 37 27
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