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n'l-.'.'-T, hArtV^Y 0. MICROFILM SERVICE &' SALES CO, P.C. BOX GCC6 LAI,!,MS, T-TiXA.O COMP We ftro flRlitlnij tlids Communist with open finders; they fight us with a closed fisl. — Peter Kolf.vpfn VOL. 37 NO. 28 NEA, tacNaiiglit Features Sniper Fi "YOUR FREEDOM NEWSPAPER" UPI Leased Wires CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, MONDAY, MAY 3, 1965 10 Pages Today DAILY OR SUNDAY I* SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (UI'li — A I". S. Marine was killed by sniper fire curly today in now U.S. troop movements aimed fit enforcing a shaky cease-fife in the Dominican civil war. It was the fifth con firmed combat death of an Amtlriran serviceman in the bitter street fiKhtinc of the past nine day;. One other death related In 'allied operations occurred when a Navy man fell from a ship * * * At least 43 other servicemen have been wounded in combat. The new American casualty came as paratroopers dro\i> three miles across the heart of the city to further pin down armed leftwinq civilians in a corner of (lie new capital. At the same time. Marines extended their "international refuse /one" by three blocks, to Avenida Mexico, where most of Santo Domingo's '2'2 fnrei.;n embassies are located. rine In Dominican The renewed snipinr followed the shaky cease-lire ordered in Santo Domingo Sati.rday night. The ,-K'tion <"'cu:Tcd less than twn blocks from the beleajj- ui'icd American K m b a s s y where the sentry was on advanced po<t patrol duly The pjratroop push across i'-r Duarte l'rid'..'e. linking' Santo Domiiu'o to the San Isidro Ail hose expanded to a corridor "! I' S. I'liTos through the reb- i'!-infes!ed old city. It sealed off armed leftwing civilians in a small corner of old Santo Domingo. The move was made without casualties. While the Army troops moved into the American Embassy /one. a Marine company in armored troop carriers moved three blocks away from the embassy to a point on AvenHn Mexico, where most of the other 21 foreign embassies are located. A high American official said the combined military push had the full approval of the peace mission sent into Santo Domingo Sunday by the Organization of American States (OAS). The OAS mission agreed, the official said, that opening an armed corridor across the lawless section of the city was necessary to move in food and medical supplies urgently needed by the populace. It was also needed to enable the OAS commissioners to get LBJ JUSTIFIES INTERVENTION IN RED REVOLTS \V\SI IINGTON «rp|i -.!':•(•<.-. | n January. 1'Wi. when idcnt Johnson has proi•'i.i;:ned - I a k ',ro came to power m a-, ;'. has n»'\er quite l»»-en p;o- tlaimrd l.rfor" _. n I'. S. policy justifying jn!(M vcntion in ( "jnmi;r,!s,t revolutions ,-,::•. when- 1:1 the Ame.-i'.-an li<>i>:'- In his television review of ?!;<• hopiiiiic.jn cr-is Sund.iv nu::;t. ib'liiison drew a sha:;' di-ti'ir- lion between (.'onunuii;-! :r\>>- The policy was not .;, r[;V.< : * * * OAS May Send More Troops v, \sn;\r,T' >\ i ']". ... TV i • •• i vyp.- - r ,.,..;. i ,,.,.. hi 1 .;,)!.; and other re\-o!'iti. "H''\oh!t;on in any i-ii-,;n' li matier for that r'»i:i': I •'Mies a mat'i ;• rai':"...' '•'< i;.:-;•!".(•: :c ait:--:; <ii;h l-'-a'' ! or.';-. -,\ ;.i>:i ; ,,. ,, '!)i'" ' (.' ,i I ,!.!• on with their work of creating an atmosphere suitable for formation of a provisional government of some sort. (In Washington the United States proposed that other members of the Organization of American States (OAS) join in sending peace-keeping forces to the Dominican Republic. The proposal was made by U. S. Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker at a closed session of the inter-American organization.) U. S. military strength here soared to 14,000 today in the wake of a flat charge by President Johnson that the revolt had become a Communist conspiracy for a takeover of the Dominican Republic. He said the United States and other hemisphere nations "cannot, must not and will not permit the establishment of another Communist government la the Western Hemisphere." 3,500 Paratroopers •••^ _ Bound F V sSaEaSS =5 =S»asffi5£5S N m . .- , .military buildup. : — ~ A sidesman for U.S. mili-| There are already a b o u t 31,Dominican jOnly Discordant N,ote*From France Debate SEATOSupports Postponed KK \\. _ Viet Policy s^t ss S2SrS -- C1L - Alll*Ti,-; ,.". «<•!•<)••" '•< !•:• t'-.i- Or P r>-; TV Bombing Described As 'Political Act' "> 1:1 H \V\KVH.I.r A .i- H F k .,' •Ji • • M 000 American servicemen in South Viet Nam, including almost 10,000 Marines at the U.S. airbase near Da Nang. Advance element 1 ? of the paratroop unit, the 173rd Airborne based on Okinawa, arrived today, the joint announcement said. About 60 men were involved in the initial group. The paratropers will be assigned to defend the Bien Hoa air base just north of Saigon and the Vung Tau air base and seaport complex 40 miles southeast of the capital. The Bien Hoa air base is one of the key installations in the American and South Vietnamese military structure. Last Nov. 1, Communist astating mortar attack on the base, destroying five B57 jet bombers and damaging 15 other B57s, four U.S. helicopters and three Vietnamese air force Sky-,. raider fighter-bombers. Five Americans and two South Vietnamese were killed in the bold raid. Seventy . six Americans were wounded. South Vietnamese commanders today claimed a major victory over guerrilla forces in the , ivrron he I f f V" V """"• "' i"">i'""<-"«-ni r ranee ouicially advise-) the lireiess Mississippi R J v e r • Mekong River Delta. .-.-ark social seeuritv the "n^™^* " " ' ' ' T^U'f il " oul ? .<""*«** mE T^'T *!"? ° f richi As ^™ent troops began ""• ' pn-tfv sure i-es,ion. .ale :t>eli Irom any joint action 1 . 1]in101 f farmland today and!moving out of the man- h> SKA T ° and an >" ° f its c - .- l ! r X,?4Ti?v fl °° d Crest at ! Rrove swamps 60 miles sou™ P £ '20 miles south 15 " 8 " the end ° f a hi ^ a braced for• a new SUCCessful °P eration - a military - Two downtown blocks al- s P° kesman reported that ready were submerged and it.vm.iM-.h roNM L\n; — s-.;t. !..-<, piouff,-, of the • >: " !: '; ' •' '" ! —' -'lii.'fi, <-\.-i!:iiiii-- <iair.a^t' to a passage link- '''•' '•'' ' - v ' 'iPM!!;i''' v. it}; a!i',:||i'! l>ui!(! ! M" Polii-'c ^rwii- i i i ti i , , ••>• ' ' ?>i "•<->•« ••" ^-••->. intcj >i-jiuuii in uif "v-i-i tun > ui ruaiu treor f 'e \V peace I; 1 ,',', ,." , "" .''"' ' '""•' !i l" ; "";"' '•> I'-ftM* in c<mnec.tiun Dominican Republic until this 1; all said today the United ated ;',;-,•/'.^ ':V",, i: ' ! ' 1:riti '' n ' !U f ' !1 - rnuniM ho!l(!a >'- ; afternoon. .States would "fight on" in Viet ' ' ; .Soviet Ambassadr Nikilai T. Nam rather than sign a "mean- & J* • jFedrenko went out of his way ingless agreement'' with the Ml I CClCCl•**%• I not to offend African lnn r li,,.c. • Commnniefe i IVI I «99 I99| U Wl I not to offend African leaders'Communists. 1 whose remand for postpone-- Ball addressed the openin^ ,010111 of elections in Southern meeting of the Southeast -Xsia'j^^. ^ jlihodesia originally was sched-'^eaty Organization (SEATO)' ^^O VCl*^ iiiled for debate at the morning ministerial council called to : council meet inc. ' shore up allied defenses against •. ti;e Mav Day bombin;: of rt ' d(| renko yielded to the Afri- Communist aggression in v 'ict Cfil^jflrt i JU_ J •' (-Miniate here, which ( ' ans after Ambassador Arsene ^am and other"trouble spots in • *<•• ITlIUllU """' described as a "polit- Ass(Jl 'an l'>her of the Ivory the SKATO theater. roast was reported to have re- But shortly after Ball spokr- ! QL'IXCY. 111. <UP1) _ The u.sea to agree to postponement France officiallv advise-) th( , tireless Mississippi Riveri :)f tllP HhnHo^i.-in clnhitr* n ,-, * J 1 . i ,, . . ' . . ltl l • .,„_.>* *i i v C I i : '• . i. i! -. . Acquittal Eyed ;: H ' ••«. • * i- i \ i <i c i i % MI ;"f , r> T"» * • a - «wn..., ti-;-: tin- ]-,.:•<„,! or persons re- Thc council agreed to pro- • SKAr O and any of its con-' h " rlc • | • f* m « -;-:.-",:- Wl ^ ,!,,„, ; , ,•<;,-„,,!„' cep d with the Rhodesian item Cluslons on v 'et Nam and Indo-, tllls • H l_HI7'7f% Xln%^Bmn "-'•" ' ! '" l '" :! - I)Llte |l)r 1">W- Fedrpnko tolci "«• "• nation :c , hin ^ ^ a w j' olt '- T(ie f'^nch Ha • II VmtlMJL&*\J ^Id V Si |O '" j •"••'"- ' ' be,-,.un- ut ar.v « rnu P he ha ^ sought unsuccess- , Maml Uas s ! )elled 01 " by Achil- of ne f ^ pi!M,ru : i ;:;;,,!,:,.' " tully to ha\-e the council take Clarae. the "observer" sent CIest IJ\\"\ 1 1,'\MTtI* * • i • r , i . ~ i>» * u T-» • • . , 111 • I,' .•.(>...;,-,.».„.» r .•. /• • IT'/in \ instead of its foreign "P the Dominican situation in liy Fr; ' ua- !;,.- work of an emergency meeting Satur- rn:ni " u ' : ' ; . -<=.-- - —*,.,«,v.-. a.-coulum to day or Sundav. Failinc th.->t I|L ' fame here as a last- . llu> -Mississippi was expected floodwaters h had been lulled and In addition, Vietnamese ', ,. t < News At a Glance J Cambodia Breaks Relations With U.S. IMIN'OM I'KVII. (;unlM,dii (I PI) — C',i : , .f S' ; 111 fi.'.'c i.'i n-lafU'/is in a I;K!;,< ^io.til''.i-: ! - th,- c'-sn^:. i,i, ,: FTC Opens Probe Of Gasoline Marketing WASHINGTON (1'IMt — Tt-- KrH.-rn! Tra.i. - ( '..in rr'i-v!'!': (1-Ti i (ij'ii'n-. an IM\> vi ! .;.ilii'ii !•"'!.t> n.t'i ri- 1 ' hn- 1 ,t;•>! ki'ti.'i/. \\h.-!'h :•' ii.-h'. ,U-> a-. ",: ir-.-ittfi- n) <!' '.• '•-" >'--.v t!.e b,,mb "ii ' ,: u.,s appaji'i:! ' t know !',,\v to handle • vt ' ' '•••'..i one o::u er. 1 ' •''•' i: t'.i- bom!). It ' •- u i:: l.iu-- M! t::r con- i":i K i-d a I'diii .,.|,i ),„-,_. : -> '''•' ti,.-,!- ln.'.^es The - f.4i,-e;l .i,i.il!ii)n.'il t<> <'I.-icr buildings near- > um. ,1-gen.Tal. Rich- lla'Ah r:x s t iul in- had r<-- a tt-li-;>!iii!;f t!.!i-at some -1" a.j\ [-,11,:.; him the woi.lii In- boi-ibi-J, and . Hi \ . N ' • ^ I- ' > :t' 1 >,f1,1 n " •"•" 4 . . •.• . — -- f -^^.^u ... uiiuiuuii, % it-maines Hie only possibility was to put ni!nu!t -' substitute tor Secretary " uc ' st at - 4 •" leet Tuesday at soldiers sweeping through the i^ue in today's agenda of Stat<< Dean Rllsk - wll() had v uini -'y and Hannibal, the 'last guerrilla - infested area uncov- comamcd the to rr '"'<in '" \Va.shin.-ton be- ";' Population centers in the ered an arsenal of sophistical/. •. 11 L ,. ,. i' * I, , ,.'_;, • __ * i. T-^ I I.'I f M (11 t n i^ (4^.1., *.. ^,.. _ _..«t i. i * wfc»v Rhodesian item. .,,.. i f \i , tj *^ " "** *** ^*mi ui auuiuaiitai* .cause of the crisis in the Do- ilJUl of the tenacious month-old ed weaponry, suggesting a new S.vro ! arv( ;i . n ,, ri ,: Thantintl ,., mini - n Rp " ul »- '"ith of the three previous'^" " ' 0mmUniSt taCtiCS ' '•"pti-,1 a trip to (Jeneva and n-' ' L(>f flpr<? hc no dotlht ab"" 1 crests here has broken a near Thl> arsenal was found in ""•led to r.\. headquarter-: t!l iMhu-at in \ let Nam and the by dike, floodin" a total of thatched ' r »of. open - air ^i" inv ni-ht to attiTV.I toda>'s natlllv ot tlle struggle now be- about lio.OOO acres"in the Illinois sheds linin? a meandering wa- M'.'-etin^ in- uaeed. Ball tokl foreign ianning counties of Pike Hen tenva >'- The weapons included " - -•- ministers of the eight-nation al- derson and Hancock. ' . hghtveight flame throwers, a "Almost everything t h a t lhuusarul rounds of 70 MM ; could give way' has already Hllwlt/er shells and -'-5-inch the shadow of a doubt ^V^"'' an offldal here said' !'.^ kets macle in Communist that South Viet Nam is the vie- |° more fllkos Were "ireat- na ' tin. of deliberate a-revs.on - a ^,,^^'T' Workers labored to The howitzer ammunition and Communist war of national lib- ,„ (]„ , , f ^ Protecting Hull, rockets indicated the oration." WEATHER liance. ''The evidence establishes be-' .1 i 'iPOW'T \ ,t/., WANNA/// •-• if , QL^£® -^^i-g MUCH COOLED Partly cloudy and moderately windy today. Considerable ,„.. lie said the I'nited (>\\ n< a r,n " !;• •; « i•i "f7i|'.-if!i'--- iivlfp'-n')' t"r-» 'ip.il tin- i:v iti ij • «'il 'tl'' public hr.i: ;! svc<-k>-. Broiil SuoDorts U.S. Act In Dominican UIO DK J\NHi:0 lI'PI) — H-.-i/i! ,,1'n.-'!:.),-,-!! t->- H:-i\- n supjvu-ts l'r>i!,-,1 Si :t»-^ aii:,, ; -., i,, lt ,t't,- JMM.,' in th.> 1 ioniiiuran Pepul.'!.'. i;;-,-,/il ;il-.'i t--n-k.-1 t!;.- ''S »•(•<!'!.•-» tor rrcMlimi df a p,-.|,'-,. ,-,.iiirrri, , t.\ t!>.- ( i : - • ipi- /atii'ti of American States i|O,\Si, t!,,- lii,,/;';.':! sLit.'- nii-nt s nil Fill A Readied Fpr Intensive Tests HWAUOS AIK KOUCK MASK. Calif, t U'l I — Tii" tirst of 11 f'lllA «-\|)criini-nt:il ti,-t: ••.! !;.'!•!•:• tH.mfiri-s - foi-nii'i'lN- known ps the rontmv-tM,! Ti-\ - u.is' In-ing rt-Hdi.-ri tnriav for tw> \.MIS ( ,f ii!i,-n-i\ • ti--t- in.' T!;" Air horn's first y;tnal,l,. su.-.-p-uin.- 1- i 1 1 A u;,x f| ( ,\\n h.-H> .Sunday froi|n Fort Worth An-Uni 11 Fill.As also will ).». hi-ou-liti Ju'ii- for tiu> Ai: l-'o-,- - C.-nci;il Dyn-imi.-s Corp. h>t iKigram. which uili involve- alk-.nt f)i«i military and civilian pilots, cnmntvis and Icrhnicians. Court: Yanks Con Bt Barred From Cuba WASHINGTON (l'H) — The Suprwn* O, 11It today uiiht'ld the authority o| tin- sv..'n'tar\ of state to bar general fn.n«! by An;, Hie...] citi/i-ns to Cuba The case was I'l-ou^ht to the c«n,jrt l>\ l.oir.s Xrrni-1 ot Mid- dlcficld, Conn . who applied v. iili-nn xiiivr S > j n ]!«;•' (o r a };,'issf»(-irt tn t.-.-, t,, Ci.-ha ,> ,, i-uii^ to "-itist\" his nn-iosity al.out the state of fdt,,:^ in Cu),,i ni;,!, r Fid, ! CaMro and thus U'cume a Ixitlor I'.S. citi/fii." •v G..';. ! wl'.et: '-.':. pc:. .li'i":.|i af'HIS min '' v w " luy loaa - v - Considerable^"'^ ^" c - V11U lllt> l ""«i , ll^flN C|'|4JMM&I ** D^MA^.! Mi-'n «-x,.re"s'l cloudmes and much cooler Tues- states dl(i ntji ^'-'"V homhmg • • Mll9MTIVIl1 T 1C rGI16l .'„,',,','/.,,, .. day. 42-66. North Viet Nam and added that *•••**• ',"'' "'"' l ""~' 1 ' ° Sunday's high at 3 p m. 87 de- tlu " { S d;dn<t llke kt ' e P ln «^S^.^ •». • . •»•!"-'• t» Canada, gree. thousands ot K S citizens under UISCIISSG.S "Qltllil ll^fljfc' \V. Mutterwortii. Canada, gree. Monday's low at 5 a m. 56 de- arms either grees. Hall earlier dismissed the' fact that French President Castro Raps Eu »*opean Newspapers U.S. Landings Rap Marine Landings I !'|. I. :.:,,,'; I'.... ^ \VASHI\GTO.\ — Sec- if he would 1 il\\ \\ \ .1'! I';-!. . a nonparticipating observer to the three-day SKATO meeting He said the French bovcott ' sim- I.»\I>n\ if|>i .':;i;-.,». p ; . ¥T P'y ratifies a situation existin -—. Ihe l-nited States was tor some time" - n , j- ^"•»»>«r a ....n drew Hi-advised with it, mibtary ac- Top-level delegates were from "' '""" dlSCUSSWn carried bv ally on an hour-to-hour ba-!i (The situation is literally on In a three-nation transatlant- hour to nour basis." , , - -....- -v-*' »-iv »«-'['JV»v* VJV1V^,1.1H.3 W I. ! ( 110,11 ion in the Dominican Republic Britain. Austrial. New ",- , ,-,. , -•• Husk reasserted that II S ^^•^^^^^^ -re sent Vine * § " ... .^. ,, .. u ''-'•"HillUiUlV.timjJia rWm,d the originalh- "named iandTVhe 'SSner^kisSn ^'t thtlrmt^' ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^meri^ ' milt "- - * h - "-- - ' ' - " • L '"" !n ttK ^''bbean country and other foreign national j*J* "••• wtiginaiii iicuneu 'emu, me rninppines Pakistan the motive — the action served to and Thailand The opening ses- t\i-jit.-k,.*<t\ i: c. . , I -n'*. had created a "painful emer- !)'• s.il.i INr: i- W.'IA ii'i ()., )},' • 1 ! lh.,t •\ 1 K. I..,-; • , ... I-, : . ' . -. . ' ~''- 1; - •'•'' -' I ^ Mai H ! e> into I )i • '' 'i't'iti iii''oi'i''' * i ------ -w ----- — - - v*» • ^> >•..• **tv v|.n.jiiu^ r*i."."> v ',' "; , ' ' 7 , protect the lives of American sum was held at the banquet -yip! i>! the e.iitunaK were citi/.ens-strong political inter- in- house in Whitehall Al •''"''^ i >''5"- t - JoiiiiM,!! ., speech esu are more and more aj- British Prime Minister Har••'-,'•).;;:. ju an ad.iilMn.,1 4.500 in-anim that put Washington's old Vil>on opened the council , ••}",•- W,-H' ..n t lie 11- way |>olu-\ once again into a strange session by warmm. 1 that Com- ,.„,, , ': la ' H ;' nil . V lXi! ^ Ult ; tw ; 1v> - l!t -'; i . -n.un.,1 a^ress,,,n'm Southeast . "^ ••( N |.. hdp pifvent The \\est German Sued- Asia must not be allowed "to < "!n!!!..ii:i>t >!;,,,- .n tins ueuische /eituiig of Munich ' Mid, "President Johnson has •;"'<<•'! n.a.l.' headlines eiuianyt-red his reputation in his i: ; -;no,.. ; n.",\ ? ; l apns own hemisphere ..." It said ' ;! I"-'! !''•'' >a\s i't'.-|ii'!i>ible politicians in many '- l! l: -* I-o!',.i-.n l-.sening l.atm American republics ''sus-i - - .- —— — -- -•>• ••••» ».w .-> a ,., rm u«ac pt-ct the fnited States wants to: ^ re Confident, Despite Viet Cong Forces Massing Near a.,- to o,- tulp a go\erning military junta. .The Base. Page 2. the capital archy i Rusk reported. \\, INSIPE Todoy't 'tflffl-^ ilia i ii' ' f •• I'T&m w ''^W''^-*i : '^' ' <?&t\&f*>te&. PA NANG — Marines At This Viet Nam Air Base AW».v t'u:i,:! , : llllj-i i Lii.- an oc- 'H ""i ^:ii>n is closely cooperating ic*.- wi';. \fw York banking houses BU-.UJI.. ...j;n>t a di-inocratsc presiilent t'UxKiiiril Hit •'!;., Wu.s ll' lito- Inj CUUXltlA , 3 t olUJt k fubiic ft * W safety and to help distribute medical and food supplies to tfae rebellion-torn countryside. Goldwater Qa Panel The panel discussion, which also featured 1!*>4 Republican presidential candidate Barry If. Goldwater, dealt generally the Viet Nam conflict. ing from London wer* Foreign Secretary Stewart and Sir Al«« Home former prime French foreign policy Maurice Schumann Pari».

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