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Charleston Gazette (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Charleston, West Virginia Some Cong to get Liberty Saigon _ the South things and delivered safety As great numbers As Atam rans Heli in new thu vietnamese Gwen heat a a Cwa manding officer. J counted sunday it win free some sad to heat of Oxe of the dividends the her is not being made Pabb coat nudist War prisoners this had not Al give them the choke of going been the Case North or staying a the South. It it. S. Sources disclosed that also said n has joined the United j the vietnamese commanders senators sound Viet Nam views after returning from a 35-Day tour of 16 european and asian capitals. Sen. Mike Mansfield a Mont. And sen. Edmund Muskie a Maine Are shown As they arrived at Andrews air Force base near Washington. A wire photo report to be studied mans Field briefs Johnson Washington w presi Dent Johnson got a first hand report sunday from sen. Mike Mansfield on his mile fact finding trip and promised the Senate democratic Leader his recommendations will be studied and pursued. Johnson had lunch with Montana senator at the White House then reviewed with him for several hours the findings Mansfield and 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 and diplomatic conversations the senators had and presented a number of recommendations. Moyers said Johnson promised the recommendations will be thoroughly staffed out and pursued Down at our end of Moyers did not give any de tails of Mansfield s report by presumably it dealt largely with the situation in Viet Nam am with the views of various foreign leaders on the . Role and the Prospect for peace be s of what they Learned about leaders attitudes toward Iet Nam. Mansfield said he and those to accompanied him already re working on a preliminary draft of a report to be printed As Senate document possibly arly in january. Asked if he believes that . Orces Are Only holding their in in Viet Nam As suggested y sen. M. Jackson d-wash., Mansfield replied we have blunted the Viet Cong offensive. I Don t think i should say More at this Mansfield and sen. George d. Aiken r-vt., sen. J. Caleb Oggs a Del sen. Edmund s. A Maine and sen. Daniel k. Inouye a Hawaii. Visited Viet Nam As a part of Leir world circling trip. The senators said in a state ment after they returned to Washington late saturday night hat they brought Back Assur Ance the u. S. Armed forces got nations. Moyers said Johnson Fotiu Mansfield s report and analysis instructive and very helpful Johnson asked the senator t Confer today with Secretary of state Dean Rusk and Secre tary of defense Robert s. Me Namara. And he asked mans Field to thank the other senators who accompanied him on tin trip. Before his private session with Johnson Mansfield a said details of his report to the president will not be disclosed but he and his colleagues Pla comprehensive Public Analy the Charleston Gazette entered As second crass matter he Post office at Charleston. W. A under the act of March 3, 1897. Established 1873 Independent democratic newspaper published Dally except sunday by the Dally Gazette company in the Ciplet City of West Virginia subscription rates daily with sunday Gazette mall Carrie and outside of w. I. By mail one year sum six months 53.0 three months 6.s one month 7.2 one week Dally Only by Carrier or outside w. A. By mail without sunday one year six months three months 4.55 by mail inside w. A. Daily with sunday Gazette mail on year s24. 51x months Bijj three months 6.1 one month 7, All mail subscriptions delivered in the state Are subject to current consume sales tax rates. All mall subscription payable in Advance. All carriers dealers and distributor Are Independent contractors at the new paper Agency corp. Checks for Advant subscription payments should be mad payable to the Charleston Gazette agent for carriers. The Gazette is a member of the a. Socia Ted press. The associated press entitled to the use of All local news re publication. Want and Telephone. Do w All others 01 4-944 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 purely humanitarian con the 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 be tween 400 and 600 North Viet namese and met Cong prison ers. It said red Cross officials Are invited to visit and in Spect prison Camp conditions. Have duplicated the orders to their units. Each Soldier is Given a card in the vietnamese language spelling out the humane terms of the Geneva conventions. We heartily approve and Wel come this a senior Ameri can official said. The South vietnamese Are in the process of constructing five prison Camps. The first is to be completed in a matter of weeks. Until now prisoners were held in isolated and scattered spots and their treat ment was of doubtful nature. The Basic procedure has been to keep North Viet Nam regular in Tow but to release Viet Cong americans would Hope to reap could be better treatment for those who Are held now a communist North Viet Nam. As one american put it when something like this is done properly there always is the Hope that the other Side will reciprocate. Have mostly been denied the right to Send letters the red Cross also has been refused permission to make Contact. From All viewpoints the South Viet Nam linkup with the Ameri cans on the project was termed j by a us. Spokesman As anew Jet ads-346-0441 Gin Uwe poppy cock Michael s Kun 343494 it responded to a request from to their villa8es contro1 the red Cross last july to both the vietnamese and the Ameri cans for conditions that would meet the terms of the Geneva conventions. Gen. William c. Westmore Are re land u. S. Commander in Viet Nam recently distributed throughout the armed forces the orders that All prisoners were to be taken into custody properly protected from mistreat ment allowed to keep personal possessions other than military Bow May disclose report on 66 budget the Board of Public works has scheduled an open meeting for today to disclose what is expected to be a final edition of the 1966-67 fiscal year budget to be presented to the next Legisla Ture. The tentative budget has been worked out during the past week in several closed door sessions. Hru thursday closing Friday x y h discharging their great a possibilities with a disciplined courage and dedication in one of the most difficult and exacting situations with which the United tates has Ever been confronted Mansfield declined comment on whether he believes there just be both a ground and air mild up. But the senators said hey found no simple Way to solution of the Viet Nam prob pm. They said the conflict will Lave to be resolved at the negotiation table adding that the Onger a solution is delayed the More extended the destructiveness of will be come and the More difficult the restoration of a rational and durable food collected for indigents Montgomery students at Montgomery High school have collected about 500 cans of food1 to give As Christmas gifts to the indigent. The food will be distributed by Powellton men s service club. The collection was supervised by the High school student " Council. Dixie gleaners special 1 suit c dry cleaned and s shirts laundered 618 a. 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The three styles shown Ere from our huge collection we have Many others from to choose. Skirts in sizes 8 to 18 in Blue Pink Green Poncot. Yellow. Sweaters in sizes 34 to 40 in Blue Pink Green White yellow. A. Skirt Pencil slim 100% Wool. Seat-lined.10.00 b. Cardigan Crochet look. Elegant gift.18.00 c. Pullover scooped neckline. Short sleeve.14.00 d. Pullover Short sleeve. Zip back.14.00 sportswear second floor Bowling with free Bowling both Only great gift for Bowler in the family Ebo a rect sphere and we custom fit Ona each v to charge. Free w the each Ball purchased. Guaranteed de Lowery on bog for Christmas. Teytand 4 sporting goods fifth floor i

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