Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 5, 1965 · Page 1
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75th Year Phone 793-3221 REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA, WEDNESDAY. MAY 5, 1965 $1.50 Per Month Thirty-Two Pages 10 Cents sides sign firm truce ending Dominican civil war SANTO DOMINGO (UPI) —| —It provides for evacuation can troops and supplies have the Americans." one of ilicm said. Tlie Organization of American of persons who have taken asy- landed. I The rebels said their leaders States (O.AS) announced today lum in various embassies and JIany of the younger rebels will not agree to a ceasefire that both sides had signed a of refugees caught up in the remained militantly opposed until U.S. troops leave the coun- "firm truce" in the civil warifighting. to the .'American forces in San-ltry and Brig. Elias Wcs- that cost more than 1.000 deadi —It provides for distribution lo Domingo and one small;sin y Wessin — the government and brought U.S. armed inter-;of food, medicine and medical group said Tuesday night Ihei"strong man'' — has been vention. (equipment to both sides regard- rebels will "slaughter" U. S.i"tried" publicly Ijy a "iicoplc's Before the announcement less of political beliefs. forces here unless they surren-;t r i b u n a 1" in Independence troops of the U. S. 82nd Air-i The trawler of unlcnown na- dcr to the Communist - backed Square. borne Division opened fire on ationality first opened fire on the insurgents. j Francisco Caamano Deno. the 350-foot rebel trawler in the!paratroopers of the 82nd Air-i iMihtary sources said eight;32-year-old "provisional prcsi- Ozama River touching off a. borne Division who have carved', American servicemen had been j dent" the rebels proclaimed tremendous ammunition explo-jout an international refuge zonejkilled but did not have details!Tuesday, signed a ceasefire Sat- of the latest death. Previously jurday but has proved either unable or unwilling to enforce it. MORE MONEY — President Johnson asks Congress to vote an additional $700 million to finance military operations in Viet Nam and the Dominican Republic. Johnson told more than 100 members of six key Congressional Committees in the White House East Room of the critical problem. (UPI Telephoto) House approves funds requested by Johnson Johnson sure his policies are right sion that cast a black pal) i and a supply line through reb- over the city. The trawler ap-cl-hekl territory. The paratroop-i three Marines and three para- parently brought in rebel arms: ers returned the fire and the troopers were reported killed from abroad. j explosion follov^cd. lin action and 49 wounded. An- Several hundred more Amcri- The ship did not sink but was!other paratrooper was killed by can troops landed today as the lying di.sablcd in the river an accidental grenade cxplo- OAS officials met at the loyal- which bisects Santo Domingo.[sion. ist stronghold of San Isidro air- Fate of its crew was not' "Any Marine entering the city base. Junta leaders and rebel known. Observers bcUeved it is a dead man unless he sur- provisional "president" Franeis-;Was bringing in arms and am-irenders." a young rebel captain CO Caamano Deno signed the munition from a foreign coun- j told this correspondent during a truce. try for use by the rebels. i guided tour of a rebel-held pock- The agreement called the The rebels have announcedict in Santo Domingo. It ap-, ".Act of Santo Domingo" had the election of Francisco Caa- four provisions: jmano Deno as "provisional —It formalized the cease-fire president" but so far the Amer- alrcady shakily in effect. icans have shown little interest —It demarcates an enlarge- in him. Though officially neu- ment of the security zone carv-'tral they have been forced to ed out by U.S. Marines and;w"ork through .iunta leader Col. Caamano was "elected" Tuesday by a pickup group of members of the congress that was dissolved when Bosch was ousted 19 months ago. The rebels apparently hoped he miglit win the support of the peace team the Organization of American States sent here earhcr this week. The OAS team, five ambassa- peared that to the rebels all'dors led by Argentina's Ricardo U.S. servicemen are "Marines." i Colombo and assisted by OAS Five other tough-talking teeU' agers, armed with rifles, machine guns and pistols, said they are determined to restore ousted exprcsident Juan Bosch's paratroopers to include all for- Pedro B. Benoit whose forces i "constitutional government. cign embassies. Secretary General Jose .A. Mora, announced Tuesday that both sides had accepted its proposals for the restoration of order. The team may return to ihold the airport where Ameri-1 "If necessary we will fighti Washington later today. By MERRIMAN SMITH UPI White House Reporter The House Appropriations i WASIIINGTO.N; (UPD—Prcsi- Committee approved the money!del Jolmson is firmly convinced that his Viet Nam and right. WASHINGTON (UPI) — Thejtomary parliamentary proced-,ly to key members at the White House .Appropriations Commit-jures that might have causedJHouse Tuesday mornin tec. acting with unusual speed,jbrief delay, planned to vote on today unanimously approved]the emergency money bill early President Johnson's request for;this afternoon. an extra S700 million to finance; Senate ratification was set for'recommendation of two defensei . . Ihc expanding war in South later today or Thursday. De-; subcommittees which cleared Dommican policies are \'ipt Nam. fense Secretary Robert S. Mc-jthe bill swiftly late Tuesday. The House, selling aside cus-:Namara detailed the Presi- -j dent's request at a closed .ioint .'meeting of the Senate I .Armed Services and Appropria- ' tions Committees. Congress rushed to start the money measure through the i legislative mill Tuesday even before Johnson's formal request had been transmitted to Capitol Hill. He had outlined it oral- U.S. Army paratroopers land units near Saigon SAIGO.N' 1.200 U.S. (UPD—More than^a mine and a third .Army paratroopers J wounded by a booby trap. One Marine patrol killed sev- was creased their activities with the i coming of the first monsoon rains. He reported 25 "inci- en guerrillas in a thrust at the village of Thai Binh, six miles Yemen civil war IV2 years CAIRO (UPD—Peace terms ending the civil war in the Yemen have been adopted by I he rival Republican and Royalist regimes, the Middle East News Agency (MENA) reported today. Fighting began in September, ]9(j2, when the Republicans ovei-threw the Royalist government of Imam I\Iohammed Al- Badr and burned his palace. Indian troops ordered not to shoot on border Terrorists mcschine gun US Embassy landed near Saigon today — the first armv units committed lo i.And he wants the world-or atl 3" .^^'^"«.«''^dSf'' combat role, !, , , , , . . . im Viet Nam. In the Da Nangiwest of Da Nang. In this opera: least a good part of it-lo viewi^i.j^g jj.S. Marmes avenged tion two companies caught the them the same way. t weeks of harassment with two guerrillas between fhcm and Never a man lo stand idly by i successful combat patrols. called down in the most peaceful of times.! In the air war U.S. Navy and rage in a classic "hammer andjdisfavor toward France's South- Ihc Chief Executive has been a;Vietnamese air Force planes dc- anvil maneuver." least Asia Treaty Organization whiilwind of energy this week,lstroyed or damaged boxcars.! The other patrol revisited the 'radar slalions. niiliiai-y build-! village of Le ings and three small bridges I Leathernecks in Communist North Viet Nam. j Tuesday. Importance of missile defensi urged by Tellei lining up support, answering his critics, and generally seizing CARACAS. Venezuela (UPI )|Upom every opportunity to ex—Terrorists machinegunned the; plain and .iustify his actions. U.S. Embassy here today from! ^ number of such opportunities were present in his sehed- dents" including one attack, seven cases of sabotage and IT incidents of terrorism in the past 24 hours. The South Vietnamese guv- an artillery bar-jernment in an official show ofjhydrogen bomb. Tuesday night told Los .Angeles Counly Young Repubhcans at the .Ambassador Hotel thai by 1975. Red China could have ships armed with LOS .ANGELES (UPD - Tha two most urgent problems of our time are civil defense and missile defense and those in charge of our defense are "negligent." according lo Dr. Edward Teller. Teller, who helped develop IhR ulc of White House appointments today. These included a talk with Henry Cabot Lodge, just back from a presidential Minister Lai Bahadur Shastri The Imam took to the hills toi told Parliament today Indian lead his followers and loyalist tribesmen in counter-revolutionary fighting. Egypt sent troops into (he Yemen to help the Republicans Saudi .Arabia and Jordan sent assistance to the Royalists. Tlic wai- dragged on until last Nov. 8 when a ceasefire was announced. a range of 100 yards. First reports said there were no injuries and no damage to the building. Embassy personnel were ordered to stay away from the j assignment in the Far East to windows in apparent precaution;friendly nations about U.S. for a repeat attack. |operations in Viet Nam: a cere- The Venezuelan - Americangonial visit with three new am- NEW DELHI (UPD — Primei<^<^"'"' ^"^^ "^'^ Pc""olc-ibassadors to receive their cre- um headquarters were machine-'dpntjais, and an evening diplo- gunned from speeding cars,,„jlic reception. Tuesday < jj Johnson's view—one that Students called a public rally^.^ ^^^^^^^ ^ jj,^,,,^,. for this evening to protest j^^^.-gl^^ ^ Eisenhower - that Weather licdlands Today '2 p.m. Keading! Highest 6S. Lowest 41 One ^'car Ago lli,qhc;t .58, Lowest 44 Toinoi-rnw's Sunrise am\ Sunset 5:55 a.m. — 7:36 p.m. \n smog, allowable burning. San Bernardino Valley: Partly cloudy through Thursday. Few showers over mountains afternoons. Gusty winds at times. Little temperature change. Lows tonight 45-50. U.S. Weather Bureau Noon Foreca«l :\lo?'l.y sunny weather is ex- 1 pccted to continue througlioul' SouthriTi California Thursday. I It will he slightly warmer in most coasia! seclions Tliiirsday: liii', cooler in northern mountain| and deserts. Temperatures and precipitation for the 24-hour period ending at 4 a.m. High Low Prccip. landing of U.S. troops in thei Dominican Republic. Police for broke up student marches withi , c •„ 1 ,- T„„=ria„ current foreign relations — me rinf t^'^dar I'm ^f ^i^-'^'-^ "-'^'^ S'^'es." During an liour - long early evening stroll around the White shots following To resume grid rivalry armed forces have been ordered not lo shoot in the disputed Rann of Kutch as long as diplomatic efforts are underway for a peaceful seltlemcDt with Pakistan. Sliastri said the orders are subject to the condition there is no provocation from Pakistan. Shastri said British envoy Jolm Freeman presented a new proposal Tuesday night for a settlement of the border dispute and "wo arc examining thi proposal." Shastri repeated an Indian'•'•nd .Arizona wi .Icmard that Pakistani forces I 'ivalry after a lapse of 43 years her return lo positions Ihcy hold 'l'^' '"o univcrsilios an- tlcn!- before the fighling started. ^nounced jointly today. --If t|,e,-e The iiann of Kutch is a desc- The first aamo of Ihc home pasc: lale , (lers of western India am! Pa-;in Tucson on Saturday. Oct. lo.liowcr wrote. there is "only one spokesman America m conducting our he It My where four were wounded encountered some .All planes returned safely to,fire but made no serious con-itural mission radio broadcasts base, a military spokesman re ported. The i\Iarine combat patrols from Da Nang killed seven Viet Cong and captured a wounded guerrilla in perhaps their most successful strike of the war. Tv/o Marines were slightly tact. The patrol captured ajin this country. guerrilla wounded Tuesday and heard reports from villagers the Viet Cong carried off two dead and three wounded Tuesday. An American military spokesman reported that Viet Cong wounded when one stepped on! guerrillas have sharply France, opposed to U.S. military operations in Viet Nam, boycotted the current SEATO meeting in London. A spokesman reporting on the air war said six Navy jets from the carrier Midway hit 11 box(Continued on Page 7) Hardy charges 'snow job' in Aerospace probe Council not in favor of Rees plan LOS ANGELES (UPD The! JIOSCOW (UPD - Moscow House grounds witli newsmen Tuesday. Johnson made it known that he had received a letter from Eisenhower on that LOS ANGELES (UPD—UCLA subject. The letter, dated April! iCity Council adopted a resohi- WASni .\"GTON (UPI) —The.lion Tuesday opposing a propos- chairman of a house investigat-; al by State Sen. Thomas Rees.'is going Madison Avenue, ing sub-committee charged to-; D-Los .Angeles, which would give | The Communist party news- day that Congress was being! Los Angeles County 12 state sen-j paper Pravda announced Tues- subjected to a public relations ators. jday thai I he Soviet Union is en"snow job" in an cflort lo put The council wants the county terhig the advertising business (he government - owned .Aero- carved into at least 15 districts, in a big «ay lo promote calch- space Corp. into the best possible The council said that 12 seats 'ci' slogans, bigger and better (SEATO) policy announced it| was expelling the bureau chief j of the Agence France Press]n"clear missiles standing off I'.ie (AFP) and banning French cul-iCalifornia Now a professor at large at Ihe University of California at Berkeley. Teller said he is confident this country can develop an adequate missile defense system "probably not against the Russians, because of th sophistication of their weapons, but definitely against the Chinese.'' "I know- wc could develop a missile defense to slop the (-hi- jnese for the rest of the century, ; so that it will make it impos- ;sible for them lo blackmail us as the Russians have," TeiL'r ;added. "If we ai-e lucky." he continued, "and if wc are good, it might be effective against the Russians, too." TeUer claimed that the U.S. Defense Department was spending too little money for civil defense or missile defense. Less than 1 per cent of the defon.-e budget is being spent on both together, he said. The "people in charge of our Moscow enters advertising in big way renew football!-'!0. was in response to an ear light. d-^fense were too few and the proposal n™n signs and more newspa-|^j^gi.„p^l telegram from the Presi-| R^IJ- P^^cr Jr. D-Va.. „as inconsistent with the U.S. Pcr. 'who heads the Armed Services Supreme Courts "one man. one ''^m.-- Special Investigations Sub-corn- vote" decree. Pr;nda IS an.vone who op- • ^ ,,,^(1^, accusation in i-he council adon-cd a rc^olu- ^''"1''"" the President in his con- ^„„,.^. „^„b^„.,, ,,,3, ended ^,J.°"co I 'ncUman ' """"'^ Iclevision and radio adver-' are negligent." "They expo.^c us dangers from many c|uarier^ ne 10 :inke:l Ihe inlroduc- .\vcnue tech- currenl campaign salt flat between the bor-!and home series will be played duct of foreign affairsV'^^Ei«!ii^ ;e"sii";;°ny by'a"New'York pub- ^'j'j'i'i, sayinrihc'Rccse "I'ro^^^ ^'"^''''''"-^ "'"^ =1'' ^ct- i kistan and is flooded during the mon.soon season just beginning. It is not behcved of any great strategic value but national prestige is at stake on both sides. 1971. In 1972, the Bruins will,his views host the Wildcats of the Western;basis to Athletic Conference on Oct. 7. The two teams last met in 1928 w-hen they battled to a 7-7 tie. on the _ ni'ic relations accountant. "does not provide for the adminLSion:', !."5: Possible representation plan for Man crushed under road Group opposes overrule of court on reapporfionmenf None 0 us houl~o divde'l- ^>^^ ^"'H"'''- "^"^ community interesls:^: SEATO agrees on tlieir head of state in critical international situations.'' as pa month to provide public relations services to the California- based, non-profit corporation. Its plants are in San Bernardino and El Segundo. "We're going to get a profes-i sional snow job," Hardy said,' almost shouting. Terming the; testimony "disgusting," the chairman abruptly dismissed Ducas. "I'm through with you." Har- principal to US best con.'-unier goods. .As a icsull. adverlising joined, I ^profit as a "rehabiliiatcd" pOCKer ,'ord in the Communist lexicon.' Russian managers were told to spruce up their store windows and to advertise on radio and television. Pravda lashed out at advertising. Soviet style, which up to RIVERSIDE (UPD- Estel G. Littlepage. 61. of San Bernardino was crushed to death Monday when a 20-ton road-packing machine rolled over him. Police said Littlepage was op- now has consisted of such an-'crating the equipment at a free- nouncements as "drink tomato;way construction site at the juice" and "buy goods at our!U.S. 60 and 395 jimclion in Riv- dcpartmcnt stores." erside. Boston 82 48 Chicago 54 46 .61 Cincinnati 81 57 Denver 81 48 .02 Des Moines 84 65 .05 Fairbanks 26 13 .02 Fort Worth 78 69 Helena 58 36 05 Honolulu 80 72 1.14 Kansas City 88 63 .11 Las Vegas 72 57 Los Angeles (i9 52 .Minneapolis 62 52 New York 91) 50 .03 Oklahoma City 81 67 Omaha 85 60 .18 Palm Springs — 60 Sacramento 74 47 Salt Lake City 68 43 .02 San Francisco 57 49 Seattle 52 36 .66 Washington 02 5S W'ASHINGTON (UPD — A pccted later in the day, with lation that would require cigar-, :ly •'^napped, but then told Ducas liberal group told Congress to-iSenate approval probably com-;ctte packages to carry a warn-|lhat he might be called back to day that proposed constitutionaliing late today or Thursday. iing that smoking is a health 1 testify further. amendments seeking to overrule the Supreme Court's reapportionment decision would make state government fit "only for the horse and buggy era." Leon Shull, spokesman foi Americans lor Democratic Ac- Packaging: R. L. Cheney of New York, executive director of the Glass Container Manufacturers Institute, testified that legislation designed to standardize package sizes and labels would cost consumers "millions and millions of dollars annually" because of plant equipment changes. But Ernest Giddings, is a hazard. The group is trying to reach agreement on how long regulatory agencies should be banned from requiring similar warnings in advertising. Banks: A Senate rackets investigating subcommittee inquiry into recent bank failures turned its attention to the closing of a bank in Brighton, Colo. LONDON I UPD — The Soulh-, '-1 .Asia Treaty Organization' SEATO) council today work'-l! 5ul a compromise declara'.ion' agreeing in principle on U.S., Hardy's ire was aroused aft-^ \^'}''' Nam but slat-' ,n t- A T3„„ • Pakistani reservations. (Continued on Page b) ; g. Undersecretary of State George Ball told newsmen after a two hour secret session that agreement had been reached on a joint commuruque after two lays of discussion and that it would be released later today. Pakistan officials said final N o more lunch es Quote of Day HAYNEVILLE, Ala. — Jlatt tion (ADA), told a Senate ju- ly" because of plant equipment turned its attention to the clos- HUX^" m 'anniurde^Xfenda^^^ diciary subcommittee that the changes. But Ernest Giddings, ing of a bank in Brighton, Colo, coll'ie Leroy Wilkms. saving lipjand formal approval would have! during the recent Gemmi flight court's ruling requiring appor- a spokesman for two groups of Federal officials have charged ^-ill produce "starthng evi-ho await a closed plenarv ses-iof astronauts Virgil (Gus) Gris tionmenl of legislatures entire- retired persons, supported the;the bank was "completely dence" at his trial: I sion later todav. Foreign Minis-jsom and John Young, ly on the basis of population,bill before the Senate Com- milked" by "racketeers or con ^ip the hell out! ter Zullrikar .-\h Bhutto predict-! National Aeronautics and! saying that "This was not an "breathed new hfe into Ameri-'merce Committee. imcn." [^^ jj-gj informer) Tommv'ed Tuesday night a "common Space Administration (NASA); adequate performance by jean federalism" and recognized j Embassy: The Senate For-! Voting Rights: Senate lead- j^f^.p •• ' ' jenommator" would be found. Director James E. Webb and astronaut." I the nation's growing urbaniza-;cign Relations Committee ap-:ers were working for a vote '. , Pakistan, as does France, holds manned fhght director Robert; " are oustanding youn.-: !tion. !proved a House-passed bill au- by Friday on a pending south-; . : the Vietnamese crisis can br; H. Gilruth referred to the inci- men. and they are under a Other congressional news: ithorizing SI million to build a ern amendment to viting rights^ JoneS SerVICeS 1 settled only through negotiaaons dent in recent testimony betorej strain." he said, "but this is the on sandwich report WASHINGTON (UPD — Top space agency officials have laid down the law against "corned beef sandwich" mcidents similar to the one that occurred rules. Young shared the sand- which with Grissom during the flight. The space official said no harm was done by the incident but that "I thmk maybe this will not happen again." Webb took a sterner \iow. Defense: Senate and House inew U.S. Embassy in Saigon, legislation. The amendment committees swiftly approved President Johnson's request for an additional $700 million to fi' nance increased military oper terrorists replacing the one bombed by;would remove the bill's auto- earher.malic "triggering" device and in each area where voting dis- require separate court actions ainst Negroes Communist this year. Cigarettes: The Senate Com lations in the Vict Nam war. A'merce Committee was expected!crimination a favorable House vote was ex-lto give final approval to Icgis- was charged. WEST HOLLYWOOD (UPD—j and not military action. i a closed session of a House ap- More than 400 persons, including celebrities Jolm Payne, Jane Wyman and Henry Mancini. attended funeral services yesterday for bandleader Spike .!oncs. The rest of the eight nation ipropriations subcommittee. Their alliance supports the U.S. stand the United States will continue lo fight Communist aggression rather than sign a "meaningless agreement." remarks were made public today. Gilruth said it was "foolisii" for Young to smuggle a corned beef sandwich aboard the Gemini spacecraft against the United States of .Americas space program, and. as a matter of poUcy, we are not going to permit individuals to superimpose their judgment as to what is going to be taken on these flights."

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