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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Bluefield, West Virginia Weather. High today 38 to 43 in Sorth West portion. Considerable cloudiness with scattered Sno v flurries tonight. Vol. Xxx no. 354 second Elasz Pottage paid at b uefa eld. A va., arts j offices Bluefield w. Va., monday morning december 20, 1965 cents 1 e cents daily sundae de Gaulle rides to Dirksen wll shot kills Wyoming Miner r l. A it a i oppose bids substantial Triumph on shoo ban a Flint. Mich., father of four the which tons. Cei Ved Paris a go i. Charles de Gaulle won a new seven year term As Frances president sunday restoring some of his political prestige marred when he was forced into a Runoff election. The austere French Leader was an easy Victor Over Francois Mitterrand who conceded defeat Only l hour 20 minutes after the polls closed. De Gaulle a total held steady at about 53 per cent of the valid ballots. Mitterrand in conceding said a at the Start of my candidacy i realized the difficult erf the undertaking but the result obtained today confirms my conviction that the hour is coming when republicans will no statement de Gaulle made no statement from his country Home at col obey Ledeux Eulises in Eastern France. He watched the returns with his family on television. Constitutional Council officially oversees elec reported de Gaulle re-12, 763,66 votes or 54.66 per cent Mitterrand 10,585,-150, or 45.34 per cent. These returns cover All of metropolitan France new Caledonia reunion the Wallis Fortuna islands. Other overseas results Are not expected to bring any significant changes. The Council said the results covered 28,445,-709 registered voters of whom 24,013,448 voted. There were 23,-38,811 valid ballots. The Interior ministry reported earlier a turnout of nearly 84 per cent. Results indicated that a plea by eliminated candidate Jean Leca Nuet urging his supporters not to vote for de Gaulle had failed. An analysis showed two thirds of Leca Nuet s votes going to the president. Leca Nuet had received 15 per cent of the votes in the dec. 5 election. Breathing spell the Victory gave de Gaulle at least a two year breathing spell until the next legislative elections to push through his main objectives a Reform of the common Market to make sure that France can keep its veto on policy decisions a revision of the North Atlantic treaty organization to eliminate the present integration of forces. Because of de Gaulle a posture on nato the common Market the election was watched closely abroad. It was the first time since 1848 that France elected a president by popular vote. De Gaulle himself pushed through that constitutional Reform in 1962. Stable regime de Gaulle ran mostly on his record claiming that France was on the verge of civil War when he took Over in 1958, he said he had set up a stable regime which had ended the algerian War Given Frances former colonies in Africa their Independence without losing their Friendship had built Frances fledgling atomic strike Force made considerable Progress on building up the nation at Home. The Independent radio station Europe no. 1 said it computers projected a final 53 to 57 per cent to give de Gaulle another seven year term. The weather was Cloudy mild indications were that about 85 per cent of cite voters turned out. This was almost the same As in the first round of presidential voting dec. 5. De Gaulle had never before faced a popular test by ballot. In the first round of voting held two weeks ago to Cut the Field from six candidates to two the aloof 75-year-old president suffered a humiliating Rebuff by being forced into a Runoff. He needed at least 50 per cent of the votes to win on the first round got Only 44.64 per cent. Public opinion polls had Given de Gaulle Only about 55 per cent of the total. In Paris at 4 . 61.9 per cent of registered voters had cast their ballots. Two weeks ago at the same time the vote was 1 to 10 per cent lighter than two weeks ago. At that time a record 84.74 per cent of the 28.914,581 registered voters dropped their choices nto ballot boxes for six candidates. Since no candidate won the required absolute majority required then this Runoff was held with Only the top two candidates eligible. First Campaign de Gaulle who was 75 years old nov. 22, voted at his country estate at Colombey Les Deur Elises in Eastern France after winding up the first personal electoral Campaign of his life. Mitterrand a 49-year-old lawyer has been elected a senator or a Deputy several limes backers expected to changes to restrict Union turn to Page 2, col. 5 Mansfield gives Johnson report Washington it a it sen. Everett m. Dirksen. R-ill., said sunday he will oppose any democratic Effort to obtain repeal of the Union shop ban by adding Union restricting amendments to the Repealer Hill. Senate democratic Leader j Mike Mansfield of Montana has i said he will Call up Early in the i next session of Congress which convenes Jan. 10, a House passed Bill to wipe out state authority to ban Union shop contracts. The Al Cio has made this a priority Issue in its legislative program. Dirksen the Senate Republican Leader said in an interview he expects efforts will be made by sponsors of the measure to tack on some Union restricting amendments in a bid for Addi Washington it apr president Johnson got a first hand report sunday from sen. Mike Mansfield on the Senate democratic leaders 30.000-mile fact finding trip promised Mansfield a recommendation will be studied pursued. Johnson had lunch with the Montana senator at the White House then reviewed with him for several hours the findings Mansfield four fellow senators made during their world tour that covered both sides of the Iron curtain. Press Secretary Bill d. Moyers said Mansfield summarized for Johnson the military diplomatic conversations the senators had presented a number of recommendations. Moyers said Johnson premised the recommendations will be a thoroughly staffed out pursued Down at our end of Moyers did not give any details of Mansfield s report but press snably it dealt largely with the situation in Viet Nam with the View s of various foreign leaders on the . Role the prospects for peace negotiations. Moyers said Johnson found Mansfield s report analysis a instructive very Johnson asked the senator to Confer monday with Secretary of stale Dean Rusk Secretary of defense Robert s. Mcnamara. And he asked Mansfield to thank the other senators who accompanied him on the trip. Before it it is private session with Johnson Mansfield had said details of his report to the president wih not be disclosed but he his colleagues plan a comprehensive Public analysis of what they Learned about foreign leaders attitudes toward Viet Nam. Tree fund leaps Over $5,000mark sundays Maii disgorged another $�1.05 for the Bluefield com Rounitz Christmas tre a As further evidence of the traditional generosity of Bluefield residents sex residents. Tonal support for the measure. Nineteen states mostly in the South West have passed Law prohibiting the Union shoo which is Legal under the Taft Hartley act in 31 states which have not banned it. Union shop contracts make Union membership a requirement for holding although not for obtaining a Job. Mansfield s attempt to get Senate action on t he Repealer last october failed despite president Johnson a announced support for the measure. A 10-Day filibuster led by Dirksen resulted in shelving the Bill after the Senate voted 47-45 against cutting off debate. Johnson is expected to renew his support for action but soon $6.000 goal. The amount collected to Date totals $5,118.83. Only five Days remain however if the tree is to reach that goal by the Date of the big Christmas tree party for 1,500 or More underprivileged local kids who count on the tree for the Only Christmas they will know. Rish is named Bank president Lon m. Rish of Bluefield has been rated president of the. J first National Bank of key thai party will be held on the sex Nej fining the vacancy Caus Giles boy Hil by Buckshot improved a 15-year-old Giles county boy Jerry Connell of Ingram Village remained under treat j mint in Giles memorial Hospital in Pearisburg sunday night after being admitted saturday j with Buckshot wounds in the left Side Hospital attaches said he seemed to be doing a a All rights that his condition was no longer considered serious. Connell was accidentally hit by about 50 pellets from a .410 Guage Shotgun while he two companions were Rabbit Hunting in the Ingram Village area about noon saturday spokesman for the Giles county sheriffs department said. 5.00 3.00 afternoon of dec. 24 at Ramsey auditorium where Santa Claus himself will make an appearance on a stage tilled with shopping bags crammed with new toys other Christmas goodies for the youngsters. Santa will be there whether the goal is reached or not of course but it will be an extra Happy occasion if the full amount is obtained before the big Day. We know that As usual a lot of people have put off giving until the last minute. That last minute Isnit too far away now. Contributions May be mailed to Community Christmas tree association co Bluefield daily Telegraph or brought to the newspaper offices at 412 Bland St. Sunday s contributions Mulster Stiltner 4th Grade teacher at East end school $ american legion auxiliary unit 39 in memory of Joseph Treacy Corte Sam Lavin Lillian Draper Elliot Kathryn Riner Elliott Anonymous or. And mrs. F. B. Howard Georgina Theta ibo girls club no. 8 Francis r. Holiway mrs. Wiley s Home room of Bluefield High school miss Bailey a Home room 8-4 Fairview or. High mrs. Komish a Home room Fairview or. High 9-5 mrs. Hoods Fairview or. High 9-2 Home room miss Browne a Home room Fairview or. High 7-4 mrs. So Ulieru a Home room Fairview it. High 9-1 Kin club of Bluefield w. A. Or. Lings Home room Fairview or. High 9-4 Anonymous Ricky Wilkinson Frankv Wilkinson Robert f. Rouquie de by tic recent death of Virgil a. Christie of Keystone. Announcement of the appointment was made sunday by the Lon Rish 5.00 8.00 2.00 200 5.00 5.00 4.00 4.00 6-55 500 17.00 38.20 14.18 35.00 109.00 15.30 4.00 5.00 5.00 12-00 Bank a Board of directors. He was formally vice president of the Bank. Rish a prominent businessman is chairman of the Board of Bluefield Supply co., a company he helped found. He also holds directorates in Many other companies. He first started out in business in Mcdowell county when he was the manager of Keystone Coal Coke co. Store. He then moved to North org where he organized the first of the Well known Clark stores. He has been Active in civic affairs is a member of the College Avenue Baptist Church is also a Mason. The Board of directors also elected Elio m. Pais vice presi j net to fill the vacancy caused by Rishi a Elevation to the presidency. Pais is president of Elkhorn Valley grocery co. Of Keystone a member of the Keystone City Council past president of the Keystone rotary club a i member of the sacred heart Church Powhatan. Other officers Are Chaires Budnick. Chairman of the Board j Jack v. Christie executive j cashier. Was lodged in the Wyoming county jail sunday night charged with murder in the late saturday shooting death of a Wyoming county Miner. Charged was Don Hale 35, of Flint formerly of woo in Wyoming county. He was charged with shooting Bill Durham a 41 year old soak Creek Miner father of six children in an incident at the a Silver Fox a a tavern at Allen Junction on it 16. Hale was taken into custody at the Wyoming county general Hospital at my liens charged with murder by Deputy Paul Kade. Hale had Ridden in an ambulance that took Durham to the Hospital where he was dead on arrival. He admitted the shooting the officer said. Kade said Hale did not offer any resistance to arrest. He allegedly shot Durham in the left Side of the Abdomen with a .32-20 Caliper pistol following an argument Over the display of a two bladed knife. The knife police said was be ing displayed by w. H. Milam jr., of Liberty. Hale went to the quarters of the managers in the rear of the building obtained the pistol. Upon h i s return he told police he thought Durham had the knife was bringing it from a pocket. Words were exchanged the shot was fired police reported. The shooting occurred shortly before 11 . And Durham was believed to have lived about five minutes after the Flat head soft Bullet was fired Kade said. Milam w As charged with bran dishing a knife. He was released pending arraignment before magistrate Bill Houck in Mullens Jan. 8. Hale is scheduled for arraignment before Houck today at 10 . The gun owned by Henry Christina Hawks managers of the a Silver Fox a was found on the front seat of the ambulance. Officers also confiscated three of four knives believed to have been involved in the incident. Kade. Chief Deputy Fred Deal deputies Joe Hayden j i m Tolliver state police were investigating. 2 women gunned Down near Church _.,. A a. Sors of the Bill Are not too opt that sum put the tree s 1 a Mje about he Meas. Fund drive to within sight of its As a a 5t4nds sex husband is held charged double grief a Peter Schreier is helped by a son left another Man from where he witnessed the slaving of his wife body in left foreground daughter mrs. Rosaline Gillis 34. Body right foreground. Officials took mrs. Gilliss estranged husband 35, into custody for questioning on suspicion of shooting the women to death sunday As they were about to enter St. Annas roman Catholic Church at Slayton Minn. A wire photo Back slapping astronauts reunite relive adventure Slayton. Minn. A a 3 year old Mother of eight children Ami her Mother were shot to death sunday morning in front of St. Annas Ron Catholic Church As they were about to enter for 6 . Mass. Shortly afterwards the recently divorced husband of the younger woman was arrested charged with suspicion of murder. Gunned Down with shots in the Chest As they clutched prayer books while several horrified members of the Parish looked on were mrs. Rosaline Giles 34. And her Mother mrs. Peter Schreier about 65. They were hit at close Range by bullets from a Small Caliper pistol died instantly. Authorities held Everett Gilles. 35. Who surrendered. Cape Kennedy Fia. Apr slapping one another bubbling with Mutual congratulations America s rendezvous ing gemini astronauts playfully reunited Here sunday then spent 45 minutes reliving their historic adventure. Gemini 6 astronauts waiter m. Schirra or. And Thomas p. Stafford were not on hand to Greet their gemini 7 counterparts Frank Borman James a. Lovell jr., when the worlds most travelled spacemen landed at a skid strip a Cape Kennedy a runway. Instead Schirra was lurking in a doorway at astronaut Crew Headquarters on neighbouring Merritt Island. As Borman Lovell walked Down the Hall Schirra bounded out began wildly swinging his arms As if the gemini 7 astronauts needed Landing instructions. Stafford also was there but did not participate in the initial antics. Congratulations a a Vhiere was a lot of handshaking Mutual congratulations a said astronaut Donald k. Slayton director of the gemini 7 Crew. One of the first things the four astronauts did was to Call off their Well publicized bet Over which Crew would land closest to the prime recovery ship the aircraft Carrier Wasp. Jayton said Schirra insisted that an accelerometer an instrument used in Landing was off slightly was to blame for Schirra bringing gemini 6 Down slightly farther away from his target than Borman. Poor weather disrupted what was supposed to be a colourful ceremony for the astronauts at plane Side but their Welcome was abbreviated by an on again off again rain. Florida gov. Haydon Burns who planned to be on hand to give the astronauts an official Seal of state could not Fly to the Cape because of the weather officials said. The astronauts along with ii j National aeronautics space administration officials medical experts arrived at 1 48 ., each co piloting separate j eight passenger Navy aircraft which flew the party directly j from the prime recovery ship j the aircraft Carrier Wasp. It was the first time air Force it. Col. Borman Navy cmdr. Lovell set foot on land since dec. 4, the Day they roared skyward from gemini launch Complex 19 to begin their Marathon voyage in space. During the next 11 Days Bor i Man Lovell will do their flight All Over again. Only this time go through it the easy Way on the ground. They re scheduled to remain at the Cape until wednesday when they will Fly to nasal a manned spacecraft Center in Houston tex., to Tell the retell Story of their Mission to project officials. Crew directors the spacemen were met at plane Side by astronauts Donald k. Slayton Alan b. Shepard jr., directors of the gemini 7 gemini 6 Crews. A a it a Good to be Back. Good to be Back a Borman repeated. Lovell told col. Jack Albert gemini launch director a your Booster was a Jack you really came through. It was just wonderful a Borman added. Also on hand to Greet the astronauts was or. Charles Berry the Man responsible for the As turn to Page 2. Col. 6 South Viets will release some commie prisoners Saigon apr the South vietnamese government announced sunday it will free some communist War prisoners give them the Choice of go ing North or staying in the South. It also said it has joined the United states in seeing that communist prisoners get humane treatment. A foreign ministry communique did not specify the number of prisoners to be released to Mark the coming new year. It said the decision was made out of a a purely humanitarian tie government also said it had informed the International red Cross that conforming to its request it is sending to the red Cross representative in Saigon a list of names of Between 400 600 North vietnamese Viet Cong prisoners. It said red Cross officials Art invited to visit inspect prison Camp conditions. It responded to a request from the red Cross last july to Bott the vietnamese the americans for conditions that would meet the terms of the Geneva conventions. Gen. William c. Westmoreland . Commander in Viet Nam recently distributed throughout the armed forces the orders that All prisoners were to be taken into custody properly protected from mistreatment allowed to keep personal possessions other than military things delivered safely to a commanding officer. In the heat excitement of brutal Battle this had not always been the Case. . Sources disclosed that the vietnamese commander have duplicated he orders to their units. Each Soldier is Given a card in the vietnamese language spelling out the humane terms of the Geneva conventions. One of the dividends the americans would Hope to reap could be better treatment for those who Are held now in communist North Viet Nam. Father husband helpless among those who watched helplessly was Peter Schrier. The father of mrs. Gilles husband of mrs. Schreier. He had driven the women to Church was about to Park his car to join them. The shooting shattered the Calm of this southwestern Minnesota farming town of 2,300 persons shortly after Dawn shrouded the pre Christmas activity. The eight Gilles children Range in age from 15 to 4. And the four eldest ones were in the Church at the time. They rushed outside saw the bodies lying in blood 75 feet from the Gray Stone Church they ran in crying confusion to the Parish House. Father Brian Willette of Pipestone Minn., who was filling in sunday for the regular pastor. Father Thomas me Hugh Bent Down gave the last rites to the dying women. No background Murray county attorney Paul fling declined to give background information on the shoot ing saying a a Man has not been accused or tried his personal life can to be discussed at this time it being sunday. By tomorrow we will know a the new term of District court begins monday fling said he would go before judge Charles Flinn who could Call the grand jury into session. Under Minnesota Law no first degree murder charge can be brought until a grand jury has indicted. Schreier drove to the residence of Murray county sheriff William Neumann immediately after the shooting. He said that Gilles followed him to the sheriffs Home in his car. Gilles a Short wiry Man with dark complexion was then arrested by the sheriff taken to the Lyon county jail at Marshall Minn., 27 Miles to the North. Mayor . Wick who lives across the Street from the Church rectory said he heard at least five shots which a sounded like firecrackers. A it did no to occur to me that somebody had been shooting somebody a said Wick. The Gilles were married in i860 were divorced on May 5, 1964 they appeared in court at Windom Minn., two weeks ago regarding visitation rights concerning the children. Mrs. Gilles her children lived about four blocks from the Church which a it As built Only a few years ago. The Schreier also lived Only a Short distance from the Church. Gilles formerly Farmed in the Slayton area but currently was employed As a Carpenter in Iowa. Opponent casts ballot a Francois Mitterrand the leftist candidate votes in the town Hall at chateau Chiron sunday during the second last round of the French presidential election. Mitte rant is the first non communist leftist backed by the communist party of France since 1847. David f. Bell. Or. Mrs. Dorothy w. Bishop or. And mrs. M. M. Hancock or or. And mrs. J. B. Gravely Anonymous Bill Drew Simmons or. And mrs. C. R. Gilbert Joe in Michael Graham w. M. Price mrs. Harry w. Biggs or. And mrs. D. L. Burchette j. R. Bleasby 15.00 5.00 10.00 massive murder plans in Indonesia reported 5.00 20.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 10.00 400 30.00 to amp a wire Huto total sunday previously reported grand total $ 421-05 4,697.78 13,118.83 Singapore a the indonesian communist party planned to murder mutilate tens of thousands during a massive terror Campaign if its coup attempt had succeeded last october highly reliable sources reported Here sunday. American British other Western diplomats their families would have been victims of the Campaign they said. This was the Story they reported derails of the Campaign were uncovered recently by the indonesian army in the diaries of some 600 communist party cadres. Information of the contents of the diaries was brought Here by diplomats. The diaries reveal that the terror Campaign would have been launched after the murder of top ranking army Genera is oct. I. Seven generals including army chief Achmad yarn were killed by the communists but the communist backed coup was crushed soon after it was launched by forces Loyal to defense minister Gen. Abdul Haris Nasution. The diaries disclose that the Campaign would have run from oct. 2 to 5, culminating in the Public execution of 600 Kafirs a in Mardeka Square in the indonesian capital Jakarta. A aka birr is an indonesian communist word meaning a bureaucratic the diaries indicate the Campaign would have been confined to the greater Jakarta area. But the 1.75 million people of this sprawling archipelago nation a fifth largest in the world Are controlled from Jakarta the seat of government. The diaries stipulated which victims of the Campaign were to be killed which to be mutilated. The most frequent mutilation mentioned was eve gouging. The sources said All communist party cadres had orders to keep detailed diaries of their daily activities. The party Hierarchy used these As a method to Check the cadres Diligence dedication. Some of the diaries also listed a diplomats their families As potential victims of the Campaign. A is a coined word meaning Neo colonialists. Colonialists imperialists. The United states Britain several other Western pro Western countries were dubbed neocon him by the communists. I

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