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Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 28, 1966, Bluefield, West Virginia Brookman. Leaving Graham for head football coaching Job at Floyd High school. Pott hold Oklahoma City Lead. Sports. Vol. Xxi no. 148 flu Ficu Amin Rorn Ralpj be Pond re amp in Posta a paid at brie Flold w a a. And add off a Bluefield w. Va., saturday morning May 28, 1966 weather showers today High in the 70s. Cloudy tonight. Sunday Cloudy and cooler. 7 cents 1 e cents a Tail sl�ni>4f sorry about that we Don t need you peace feeler Chicago club bars wounded men a a a a by by s regime Mundelein. 111. A a Marine Corpora his leg paralysed by a Bullet in via a san. Viewed Friday the Banning of him and other disabled veterans from a Chicago hotel nig shot club with the comment its like they said a sorry about that we done to need Vou a Quot what we do Over there in Viet Nan we do out of Pride a Cpl. John Raines 21. Of Detroit told the associated press. Quot then you come Home and this happens. You fed no one gives a Porter Parris manager of the Conrad Hilton hotel which features an ice skating show in its fashionable Boulevard room said thursday he did not want a party of about 70 wounded veterans to attend because their presence might depress other patrons. Parris offered to put on a special matinee for 600 veterans. But residents of Mundelein a suburb Northwest of Chicago who sponsored the servicemen a entertainment declined the invitation. At a news conference Friday rations at the Boulevard t Man was not in Viet Nam. He pm. I landed in the dominican re pub a As i indicated to that gentle lie in 1965 with the 6th Marine Man Over the Telephone we were willing at that time and we Are still willing to provide the facilities of the Boulevard room to these Viet Nam Veter Parris claimed he had been ans at any time provided the misquoted then said Quot i consider this a Public apology a but added later that he a would Issue an apology Only if Andy Berg of Superior wis., president of the veterans of foreign wars had threatened to withdraw the a fwd a National convention from the new York Hilton aug. 19-26 unless an apology was offered. Parris said a this info Stu hotel is Given time to make adequate arrangements to assure their Comfort and the veterans patients at great lakes naval Hospital still had their party organized by mayor Paul Foss of Mundelein and Ralph Shields a township tax assessor. The veterans were taken to a movie and entertained at the Ivanhoe a Chicago restaurant. Quot i be never seen anything so Nate incident has grown out of fantastic As what those people the fact that i was misquoted by the gentleman who called my office last tuesday to make res in Mundelein did for us said Henry Hartman 21, a Marine Corporal trim Chicago. Hart regiment and was injured in a truck Accident. Quot i did no to know about the hotel thing until this morning a Hartman said. Quot i never saw anyone so self entered and unappreciative to think people Don t want to see us because we re Cpl de Anderson of Kansas City mo., wounded in the right leg said Quot the Hilton will never see my sgt John Ross. 11, of Bay City mich., a Marine Veteran of four years has been in the Hospital six months since taken a Bullet in his face. Quot i did no to think there were people like that a he said. William f. Hauck director of the american legions Washington office said he had been in touch with the legion s National commander. L. Eldon James who is travelling in Europe and James said he was a deeply distressed to learn that the sacrifice on the part of our Young men and women in Viet Nam might make them unwelcome anywhere in Quot in be never met finer people than the ones m Mundelein but i done to know about the at the Ivanhoe the veterans some with crutches and wearing casts were entertained by a magician and a singing to. Parris said he based his decision on his hotel management experience in world War 1. Quot customers a he said a pay cover charges and High prices and they want relaxation and things mayor Foss said Quot i just done to understand that kind of 2 Are seeking education Post Gautier Hurley r being interviewed the identity of two More applicants for the Mercer county school superintendents Post became known Friday As a three member majority of the Board of education continued its search for a replacement for w. R. Pete Cooke. The newest interviewees Are Wilson Gautier a 52-year-old West Virginia University education specialist who is a Mercer county native and John a. Hurley 37, of Lorain Ohio a former West virginian who is an associate professor of education at Cuya hoga Community College in Cleveland. Gautier was born at Athens and spent his Early years there Hurley is a former Kanawha county resident who was bom near Charleston. He attended West Virginia Institute of technology at Montgomery and graduated in 1952 from Marshall College. Visits members Gautier visited individual Board of education members earlier this week and returned to Morgantown. Hurley was expected to make the same rounds today according to a reliable informant. The indications were that the three member majority composed of George Richardson Iii of Bluefield Owen Griffith of Princeton and Jack a Nestor of Spanishburg Stih intends to seek a replacement for Cooke despite two recent failures to obtain men the majority had approved. Two other members. J. S. Bobbitt of Bluefield and Robert Walthall of Princeton continue to be regarded As supporters of Cooke who earlier this year was demoted on a 3-2 vote to associate superintendent in charge of business affairs effective july 1. Refused by on the same 3-2 division the Board appointed e. B. Mccue of Morgantown to succeed Cooke but Mccue later announced he would not take the Job after All. Earlier this month the majority also agreed to hire principal d. W. Mccormick of Bramwell High school to succeed Cooke but Mccormick announced he could not accept the Post because of his health. If the majority continues with the strategy it adopted in my turn to Page 2, col. 8 Richmond slaying suspect taken time for More tests on Atlas rocket police await another delay for gemini Cape Kennedy. Fla. It a it a Young negro with a Pompadour a Well get off one of these i in the first Attert to launch air style was turned Over to secrecy covers conference with Buddhist leaders Saigon. South Viet Nam Cape a Premier Nguyen Cao by extended a peace feeler Friday to the buddhists and conferred under . Auspices with the chief of his military foes. It. Gen. Nguyen Chart thi. Monks rejected the peace feeler. Secrecy veiled results of the conference. Eds when in the Kaleidoscope of crisis that the military government Hopes now to end without further recourse to arms a tear Gas and warning shots from vietnamese marines suppressed rioting by a howling of 2.003 or 3,000 ant a government. Anti american demonstrators who marched in Torch lit procession from a rally at the buddy St Institute in Saigon. Buddhist stronghold a civil author Corosh in Hue a stronghold of buddhism and rebellion 400 Miles North of Saigon. The mayor it. Col. Phan Van in it a. Who is also governor of thua Thien province. Pulled out with 1,000 by i troops and set up Headquarters at Hung they. Five Miles away. Forty five american and other foreign nationals also quit the City. Others took shelter at the whittle resigns after eight years As City manager cites differences with Board Over Public housing action was expected but successor has t been considered by stubby Currence Bluefield s City manager 36-year-old Randolph g. Whittle or. Has resigned effective aug. 1. He came Here in january 1958. Whittle gave his letter erf resignation to the Board Friday morning. Mayor o. Judson Lambert said that he bad known whittle Wai going to resign but added that the Board does not now have a replacement in said he had no plans for the future but friends say they believe he plans to return to school for further graduate study in City management. Differs on policy commenting noon his resignation whittle pointed out that he had some differences with t h c City Board members on policy matters a but nothing heated Quot he insisted. Quot it is Well known that i am in favor of Public housing and it is also Well known that the City Board has different opinions from me on Public housing. After i found that out i did nothing further to promote it Here a the double barrelled gemini 9 Days a quipped astronaut Thom j gemini 9 on May 17. Blastoff was postponed another As p. Stafford. 24 hours Friday until. William c Schneider gemini wednesday a to give launch i 9 Mission director said the dead technicians time for More j Lay was necessary a to permit tests on an Atlas rocket that completion of additional Check must hoist the astronauts rendezvous target into orbit. Out and testing procedures instituted following the Atlas failure bad weather technicians on the launch pad. Partly hampered by bad weather reportedly were about 20 hours behind a tight schedule. Air Force it. Col. Stafford and his gemini 9 co Pilot Navy it. Cmdr. Eugene a. Cerman plan to visit the doctor saturday for a major physical examination. Space Agency o officials also decided late Friday that if the target satellite fails again to go into orbit gemini 9 will still be launched wednesday. The plan officials said would be to go for a a phantom rendezvous a aiming for a specific spot in space where the astronauts would pretend a satellite was flying. On the second Day of the flight astronaut Eugene a. Cernan would walk in space for his planned two hour 25-minute stroll. The spacemen would probably return to Earth at the end of their second Day in space. Richmond police Friday by Fredericksburg authorities for questioning in connection with an outbreak of unsolved Richmond area slayings Over the past 2vit months. Fredericksburg police acting on a tip from a woman Pedes train took the Man into custody near a cemetery after noticing his appearance was similar t that of a Young Man sought in the attempted murder monday of a 14-year-old girl. First reports the Man under questioning was a Richmond resident employed at the John Marshall hotel. Richmond police were sent to the scene to participate in the in guarded . Military assist j h.2 pointed out. �?�1 believe when Ance command com Gourd. A operating far from the centers off unrest vietnamese troops reported killing 94 Viet Cong and of purring 59 in a series of brisk fights thursday n Hie Mekong River Delta. Government losses in one Cas. A defensive action against about 603 raiders were called heavy. Elsewhere the War continued at a relatively cd Rary Pace. Hush hush meeting Premier by and his chief military rival held their hush hush meeting at . Marine Headquarters at Chu Lai. 343 Miles Northeast of Saigon and 52 Miles South of Danang where government forces crushed a Rudd Tfir Rogalio then returned with Hist led uprising monday. A . The Man for further questioning plane brought thi in from Hue. Raped. Shot they obtained a Pence sketch of the assailant of the girl who barely escaped becoming the seventh victim in the series of slayings dating Back to March 1c. She said she was taped shot and left for dead by a negro in his Early 20s with a Pompadour another delay a gemini 9 Pilot Thomas Stafford right smiles As co Pilot Eugene Cernan rubs his brow As they posed for photographers after learning of a 24-hour delay in their 3-Day Orbital Mission. A wire photo damage heavy in area wrecks no fatalities officials said shortening the Bair style a planned three Day Mission by about 24 hours. Air Force it. Col. Stafford and his gemini 9 Copilot. Navy it. Cmdr. Cernan plan to visit the doctor saturday for a major physical examination. On Friday the Worth wide damages estimated in thousands of dollars and three minor injuries resulted from a rash Auto accidents on Mercer county highways and streets As the memorial Day weekend got Underwo a Friday. Actually most of the mishaps occurred before the 78-hour Holiday weekend officially began at 6 . The area apparently had escaped the death game during the first few hours and no serious injuries had been reported. Damages in four wrecks investigated by state police amounted to $1.750 during the Day and a thursday night gemini tracking network. Three of the slayings and the hummed through several hours of testing to Check out the Complex Maze of communications linking the 25 tracking stations around the Globe. Sub target technicians on the Atlas pad Are preparing a substitute target satellite called an augmented target Docking adapter to replace a More sophisticated Agena space engine which wreck accumulated damages of dropped into the Atlantic Ocean $1,5c0 on it. 460 about a mile East of the West Virginia Turnpike Entrance at Princeton. Bluewell collision two of the injuries resulted for can the collision of two autos at Bluewell at 11 40 . The rear end Type collision involved turn to Page 2, col. 3 May 17. The adopter is scheduled to be hoisted into orbit by an Atlas rocket 99 minutes before Stafford and terran blast off at Rusk miffed at Aid curbs 12 39 Edt or a space j farmhouse in Eastern Chase rendezvous and Docking county. He was shot 12 times. Washington a Secretary of state Dean Rusk said Friday the United states has told its nato allies that american troops will stay on i Germany Quot without any major reduction. A a we have indicated to the nato Council that our forces will remain there As Long As they Are needed and wanted Rusk told a news conference. On Viet Nam Rusk said he jaw no a a major Impact on the Campaign against the reds in South Viet Nam from a either the military or the political dissident a that has flared us there. International group Rusk said he was not familiar with the assertion by maj. Gen. Stanley r. Larsen earlier Friday that perhaps six regiment of North vietnamese Viet Cong troops have massed in Cambodia in position to move against South Viet Nam. But he repeated a hat the United states favors policing by an International group like the three nation International control commission to insure Cambodia s neutrality and territorial Independence. Rusk strongly criticized the Senate foreign relations com Mittee headed by sen. J. W. Fulbright d-ark., for voting new restrictions on the . Foreign Aid program. A a it seems to me ungracious of this great nation to Start closing the door to needy recipients the nato political unit which meets in Paris Quot at the present tim. Rusk 9aid, Quot i would think that unless there was some major change in the situation some significant change throughout the eur overseas by such arbitrary a rope an scene there would not limits As voted by the commit be reductions in our Mission. The 11-foot adapter is 15 feet Shorter than the Agena but unlike the Agena has no propulsion system. As a result a por Tion of the original flight plan i had to be eliminated. It called for the Crew to trigger the age a engine while gemini 9 was i locked to its target. Other portions of the three a Day flight including Cemanes two hour 25-Mirute space stroll with a rocket a powered Back pack will remain essentially the same. Dealing with the Federal government and it imposes something upon you that is unfair then you should fight it a not each own decision mayor Lambert said that whittles resignation was strictly a a or. Whittles own asked to comment upon whittles abilities As a City manager the mayor said that he considered him a competent City manager. A a it is a Friendly Lambert says he does not anticipate the Board immediately hiring whittle s replacement. Quot we want a real Good Man a he emphasized and explained that he considers a degree in business administration As a requirement Quot or someone with a Law background or someone with experience As City manager or assistant City manager election Issue whittle and other members of the City administration had been an Issue in the City election last july. The old Board stood strongly behind whittle and his policies and was Defeated. Most of the new members were thought to be in favor of a change. Whittles resignation is the fourth since the new Board went into office. The first we As Phil Lilly As City attorney. Others were William Winters As chief of police and John Duffy As City Engineer. The engineers office has remained open since april 1. Dan Wells was named successor to Lilly and Roy Humphreys a career policeman succeeded Winters. It is rumoured that there a r j still others to follow. Says he a enjoyed i t whittle further pointed out that Quot i have now Learned everything i can learn Here and i have enjoyed it. I have been mulling Over the idea of resigning for some time. I Hope there will be no juror Over my successor so that he can fit in with the planning of City officials. I feel that the present Board has now been in office almost h year and will be sufficiently acclimated to City affairs to take on a new manager. I have no personal hard feelings with Board members. I like them individually and believe they like j me while mayor Lambert said he knew that whittle was going to equivalent of less than 20.000 resign there was a variance in each Case the victims \ tons of tot. Was set off under among other Board members. At were snot numerous times. Meanwhile Richmond police awaited an Fri ballistics report on 32 slugs recovered from the bodies of the six victims All shot with a .22 calibre firearm believed to be a pistol. Police believe there May be a connection Between at least attempted murder of the 14-year-om girl. The girl said her assailant told her he killed two men found dead Early saturday near a Richmond cemetery. She told he also made a reference to a girl named Cynthia. Shot from behind the two men Addison e. Wilkins 20, and Malcolm l. Nor ment 41, both Ric monders were shot from behind one 10 times the other seven times. Cynthia Johnson 16, was found shot to death earlier this month the most recent victim was James h. Carter about 52, found tuesday in an abandoned other victims were Willie Sexton found dead with nine Bullet wounds near the Henrico Hanover line last month and Ille Leon Spencer a Motel clerk found shot to death earlier this month. The six slayings and the attempted murder of the 14-year old girl were similar in thres aspects in each Case the assailant made efforts to hide the bodies yield nuclear test with a what of the victims. To was the military Juntas dismissal of thi March 10 As comma order of the 1st corps area the five Northern provinces of South Viet. Nam th9t set off the current uproar for Quick restoration of the civilian Rule which by had promised in late 1-967. Before Leav ing Saigon to take personal charge of damning revolt in the North by had revolt in the North sky had made a gesture of peace to the Buddhist Hierarchy. He ordered Down the triple fences of barbed wire with which Security forces blocked the Entrance to Saigon a main Pagoda four Days ago after anti american rioting set off by the shooting of a vietnamese Soldier by a . Army private. Buddha s birthday by said this was to permit the faithful Access to the shrine during celebrations already begun of Buddhas birthday in june. At a news conference in Danang. By again emphasized that he is a Buddhist. He said it is unreasonable to say he opposes buddhism. The Buddhist leadership of the so called struggle group snubbed the overture. Even before the big took to Saigon streets. Yellow Robed monks braved tear Gas and Sticks of riot police to dramatize their Campaign a Wainst by and the americans they claim maintain him in Power. The buddhists fired off another message to president Johnson calling on the United states to withdraw support from the military regime. Nuclear tested Washington a a Low Randolph g. Whittle tee. Rusk said. He disclosed that the United states has protested to Cuba Over a monday incident in which the Pentagon said six cuban soldiers slipped into the . Naval base at Guantanamo in Eastern Cuba. French withdrawal the question of whether the United states should Cut Back on its 225,000 Man Force in Europe under the North Atlantic treaty organization has become an increasingly major injured woman is in fair condition Roanoke a. It a mrs. Ment of the great problems still j Monnie Lollar injured thurs new emphasis Rusk said the Brussels meeting will provide an Opportunity to give new emphasis to that j part of nato s purpose a As he it it a to look for Quot the Settle a in each Case the weapon was a 22 calibre firearm. Ground Friday at the atomic East two sad they h3d erected Energy commissions Nevada test site. Tura to Page 2, column 5 French bail out poses mystery Huelva Spain apr lost in Clouds and Low on fuel six French pilots ejected and Para Chutie safely from their mys Terre in Jet fighter planes Friday within reach of Well equipped Spanish american military airports. The planes on a training Mission from Bordeaux France to Sevilla spa a crashed in sparsely populated Countryside and caused no reported damage. The pilots said they lost radio Contact with their destination san Pablo Airport at Sevilla after losing their Way m Cloudy weather less than 25 Miles from there. There was speculation Here As to Why they did not Contact either the .-Spanish base at Moron or the .-Spanish naval air base at Rota on Cadiz Bay. Both were Only 10 minutes flying time from where the pilots abandoned their $600,000 aircraft. French consular officials in Sevilla said none of the airmen was seriously Hurt and All h3d been taken to san Pablo to be flown Back to their base at Cazeaux near Bordeaux. Spanish and French authorities began an immediate investigation of the misadventure on a routine training flight to joint French spams air Maneu vers in this area in the Atlantic coast. Chou Suar visit off indefinitely Cairo apr communist chinese Premier Chou in Laid a projected visit to the United Arab Republic apparently has been indefinitely postponed diplomatic sources reported Friday. Informants Here reported earlier this month that Chou would visit Cairo in june. He also is slated to visit Bucharest but there has been no official i confirmation from peking of either visit. Gunfire exchanged at Guantanamo dividing East and Day in a single car collision apart from the immediate a just off interstate 581 in which problems stemming from Frances decision to withdraw in it a natos integrated defense system and her ouster of nato facilities from French soil Rusk said the Brussels meeting will Factor in the nato problems j discuss a fall three of natos arising from French withdraw i. An associated press poll of 75 senators showed 44 favor some reduction in american forces in ing Europe. A half dozen . Divisions Are in Germany Rusk who leaves tuesday for a nato ministers meeting in Brussels said the . Assur Ance against any major Ameri he listed the three goals As providing an effective defense of the Atlantic area maintain a powerful deterrent against aggression a and preserving the a a unit of action necessary to he settlement of great East West issues. He said German reunification is the prime Issue in the Liast her husband died was reported in fair condition Friday night at Roanoke memorial Hospital. Mrs. Lollar of Ithaca n.y., suffered severe Faical cuts a head injury and a fractured shoulder. A Hospital spokesman said she was wavering Between can put out of forces was Given West postwar difficulties Over to the North Atlantic Council a a Europe. Consciousness and Union scion ,. Ness but seemed More Alert through the perimeter of Friday. Her husband Rev. J. Allen Lollar. Was killed in the collision the vehicle in which they were Riding slammed into a Metal sign Post at the intersection of Hershberger Road new and interstate 581. Washington a another american cuban shooting incident at Guantanamo was reported Friday while Havana pledged a redoubling of guerrilla activity in latin America in Rel a foliation for the killing of a cuban Soldier at the big . Naval base. The defense department said six cuban soldiers slipped the base in Eastern Cuba monday night and exchanged gunfire with . Sentries. A spokesman said the intruders fled after the shooting and As far As is know no one was hit. There was no immediate word from cuban officials on this lat est outburst but they had plenty. North american forces in cuban to say about the fatal shooting last saturday of a Soldier they identified As Luis Ramirez Lopez. After that incident the defense department said a Marine sentry fired on an aimed cuban Soldier on base territory when the cuban ignored a warning shot. Bet communist prime minister Fidel Castro sad Ramirez was slain on cuban soil and called the killing a vile assassination. Armed forces minister Raul Castro renewed the often repeated demand that the americans withdraw from the treaty held base and described the killing As Quot this latest crime by and he said Cuba will redouble its efforts to spread subvert the bloodstained Bunker where they said Ramirez was killed. I while officials of the two countries were far apart in their Sion through guerrilla activity in versions of the killing they latin America As a result of Quot continuing Yankee the Havana version of the Ramirez killing is that he was shot in the Back while standing Seney duty at a Concrete Bunker on cuban territory. The cubans say the shot was fired from an american vehicle which was 90 Yards away behind a double barbed wire Fence on base territory. In an Effort to support this version cuban officials flew a party of about 80 foreign and cuban newsmen to the Village of agreed that there a been considerable shooting at the base in recent months. In response to questions the . Defense department spokesman said there were ii incidents such As hat of monday night in the past five months. He s id two intruders who got within the base Boundary on the night of March in May have been wounded by Buckshot but managed to escape across the Fence. . Officials offered no explanation tor this reported St Pup in cuban probing into the base Guantanamo and took them to t territory. A

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