Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 13, 1965 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, MAY 13, 19b5. IRC;J V ,VGOD DAILY GLOBE, IRCMWOOD, MICHIGAN ELEVEN Berry's World and factories don't. Farmers land. Students equality," freedom looted if they are pro m i s ed are promis e d and an o c u end! to foreign domination." The Reds promise promotions to I army officers who'll throw inj with them. These non-Communist leaders will be discarded when their usefulness is over Written Hanoi instruct ions. for example, specifically order their Red agents in South Viet Nam to win the confidence of business and other leaders, use them, then kill them when the victory is won. Wliile this is going on, trained Communist execution squ ads systematically kill officers, police, teachers and other intellectuals, civic and official leaders they believe will be most dangerous to them (pardoning temporarily those they think they can convert). Search Ended Temporarily WASHINGTON (API— Search-; ers in Antarctica have called off' temporarily their efforts to find; Carl Robert Disch, 26, who became lost Saturday in blowing, snow and 45 below zero temper- ; atures. The Mnoroe, Wis., scientist I apparently lost his way after leaving a small radio substation for the main Byrd station a mile away. j An eight-man search party, working in two vehicles, went over a 55-square-mile area ] around the two sites witho-it lo-| eating Disch. The group said It 1 would resume the search when' weather and visibility improve. > Arrest of 31 Cubans Told MIAMI, Fla. <AP> - Havana Radio reported the Cuban government arrested 31 Cubans on! charges of supplying valuable! military and economic secrets! to the Central Intelligence Agen-j Miami, claimed the Cubans passed the secrets through the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo in Oriente Province. Those caught had with them coded messages, stationery for the so-called "secret or invisible writing" and money orders from the CIA, the broadcast said. USE DAILY ULXJBfc w^N'i ADSj The broadcast, monitored Oxygen was discovered by Joseph Priestley. English chemist and clergyman. "So this is (to 473rd tin* Jte has hit a tingle between tint and second with out man on ... so who cores?/" The Washington Scene WASHINGTON — (NEA> — The chilling lesson the Domini- ein Republic teaches is the speed with which Communists can move in and take over a revolution. It is the more startling in this isand fight, because the loc a 1 Red movement is striking 1 y weak, say U. S. government analysts, and almost wholly con- lined to the capital city, Santo Domingo. The Reds are believed to have barely begun their basic work among the farmers, the first priority of Communists who follow the Mao Tse-tung theory of rural-agrarian-base first, then the cities. Real Communist organizational work began, it's understood, only a few years ago at the tail end of the regime of Rafael Trujillo. A man who knew Trujillo well says the aging dictator brought in three C o m- munists in 1961 to make his government appear "more liberal and open." Trujillo was assassinated the same year. These Red activists did a technically competent job. A chunk of Red organizers and agents have been brought in since this 1961 beginning, of course. They had a field day under leftist President Juan Bosch. who followed Trujillo. The Reds began in Santo Do- mingo because historically all revolutions on the island had been won by the men who c o n- trolled the capital city. Red strength is believed greatest among college and high school students. The Red technique in capturing and taking over a revolt is standard. They join behind a "popular" movement which possesses a great deal of emotional backing among the people but which has a weak organization. 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