TFN IRONWOOD OAHY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JUNES, 1965. The Washington Scene By RAY CROMLEY i instituted by Latin American WASHINGTON - (NBA) -In nations under U. S. prodding. a few years, Russia's Brezhnev Most agents and trainees are and Cuba's Castro will find It i now forced to move into Cuba easier to infiltrate Latin Amer-! by way of Czechoslovakia and other Iron Curtain countries and back to ca. By then. Moscow will have co-ipleted the new fishing harbor at Havana. The Cubans and Russians reportedly plan to put i total of 1,030 fishing ships H30 Russian. 900 Cuban) operating in and out of that harbor- oase. These will be mostly the medium-sized 75-foot boats that have nroved highly effective both for 'ishing and smuggling. This fleet will provide Castro nnd Brezhnev with a sizab 1 e capability for moving men and small arms ground the Carib- Dean clandestinely. Cuba will be able to land men luickly on a target of opportunity, as in the Dominican Repub- ic, and will be able to increase iiarkedly the number of Latin activists, organizers and guerrilla fighters-it brings to Hava- la for training. The Communists have learned In Viet Nam that fishing boats ?an smuggle large numbers of men and sizable amounts of squipment into an area right under the guns of a defense fleet. Castro is believed training 450 to 600 men a year, down heavily from the 1,200 to 1,400 trained three years back because of the tougher Red travel restrict! o n s in cans t a time are Sained' afspectal *«*££ ?un . fh r , lhn Vi opnpml Director- aL of intemSe^ce "hiKhTy D%?££ n g t gjSSe an? sub?e?- sion agency advised by at least five Soviet intelligence special- cient coal boat Merrimac steamed into the harbor of Santiago. Cuba — inside the harbor was a Spanish Fleet, outside. U.S. warships. A naval builder, Richmond Hobson, and seven volunteers tried to sink the collier and bottle up the Spanish. Hobsor lost control under heavy fife from shore batteries and the collier sank in deep water. The men took to a life raft but were captured by the Spanish. In 1808, the President of the Confederate States of America, Jeflerson Davis, was born in Todd County, Ky. In J862, Robert E. Lee succeeded Joseph E. Johnston as commander of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia. In 1888, "Casey at the Bat" was published—in the San Fran Cisco Examiner. In 1937, The Duke of Windsor and Mrs. Wallis Warfield Simp- son were married in Monts, France. In 1942, the Battle of Midway Island started, ending June 8 with the defeat of a Japanese armada of 53 warships, apparently headed for Hawaii. Ten- years ago — Brooklyn racketeer Albert Anastasia was sentenced-to one year in prison and fined $20,000 for income tax evasion. Five years ago — Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker conferred with President Dwight Eisenhower in Washington. One year ago — Martial law was proclaimed in Seoul, Korea, during rioting by student demonstrators. A coyote can attain a speed of 40 mph in chasing fast game, which he often does in relays with other coyotes. Eaton Co. Will Close Its Plant at Lawton BATTLE CREEK (AP)—Eaton Manufacturing Co. Valve Division said Wednesday it will phase out operations of its plant at Lawton and incorporate its activity at the plant here. The Lawton plant employs approximately 250 persons. Division General Manager Carleton Swanson said its employes are being offered the opportunity to transfer to Battle Creek No date has been set for the closedown. Detroit Mayor Named ST. LOUIS (AP)—Detroit Mayor Jerome P. Cavanagh was installed Wednesday as vice president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors during the closing session of its four-day conference here. marvelous mixer! great straight! FRESH approach to refreshment Copyright 1985, Th* Squirt Company B AIM A BEVERAGE CO., INC. IRONWOOD A HURLEY Guerrilla warfare courses normally last three to six months. Special courses continue for one year. Instruct 1 o n covers weapons handling, explosives, sabotage, demolit ions, 1 military tactics, combat eng i - neering and methods of counter! ing anti-insurgency activit i e s . ' Instructors are Cuban or Russian army personnel. : The best trainees are given additional instruction in intelligence gathering. Selected men I go to Czechoslovakia for exten- ; sive further studies. i & a t> i It is now planned that once back in Venezuela, Colom b i a, Guatemala, Honduras, Panama or elsewhere in South or Central America, these Communist agents will get their instructions 1 by code signals on open propa-! ganda broadcasts beamed by Cu-; i ba or the Soviet Union to these ' \ Latin lands. I Havana radio already broad-, casts 143 hours a week to Latin j America in Spanish, French,] ireole (for Haiti), Aymara (for descendants of the Incas) and Guarani (for Indians in Para-1 guay). The Havana-based f i s h ing fleet likely will concentrate its extracurricular activities on espionage and on carrying men traffic will probably be light. The Cubans and Russians have found that, with money, arms and ammunition are easily procurable these days in the amounts needed at this state of the game in most of Latin America. One bright light: The lessons the United States learns in licking the junk and ship-borne arms smuggling problem in Viet Nam can be applied later in the Caribbean. Day in History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Thursday, June 3, the 154th day of 1965. There are 211 days left in the year. 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