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p.<&. BOX ecee DALLAS, TiiAMS CO MP Example Is the school of mankind and they will leafn at no other. — Edmund Bnrkc "YOUR FREEDOM NEWSPAPER" VOL. 87 NO. 30 NEA, MeNaught Features DPI Leased Wires CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1965 10 PifM Today DAILY OR SUNDAY lie 1,200 Army Paratroopers Join Viet War SAIGON (fJPI)-More than 1,200 U.S. Army paratroopers landed near Saigon today—the first army units committed to an acknowledged combat role in Viet Nam. In the Da N a n g area U.S. Marines avenged weeks of harassment with two successful combat patrols. In the air war U.S. Navy and Vietnamese air Force planes destroyed or damaged boxcars. radar stations, military buildings and three small bridges in Communist North Viet Nam. All planes returned safely to base, a military spokesman reported. The Marine combat patrols from Da Nang killed seven Viet Cong and captured a wounded guerrilla in perhaps their most successful strike of the war. Two Marines were slight Jv wounded when one stepped on a mine and a third was wounded by a booby trap. One Marine patrol killed sev- en guerrillas in a thrust at the village of Thai Binh, six miles west of Da Nang. In this operation two companies caught the guerrillas between them and called down an artillery bar- nine in a classic "hammer and anvil maneuver." The other patrol revisited the village of Le My where four Leathernecks were wounded Tuesday. It encountered some fire but made no serious contact The patrol captured a 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 guerrillas have sharply Increased their activities with the coming of the first monsoon rains. He reported 25 "incidents" including one attack, seven cases of sabotage and 17 incidents of terrorism in the past 24 hours. The South Vietnamese government in an official show of disfavor toward France's Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) policy announced it was expelling the bureau chief of the Agence Prance Press (AFP) and banning French cultural mission radio broadcasts in this country. 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 boxcars on a rail siding 20 miles north of Vinh and blew up a nearby building. Vietnamese planes bombed two suspected radar sites and left two buildings in flames. Other Vietnamese planes shot up three small bridges on the north-south national highway . The combat-ready paratroop force which landed today Immediately dug In to fend off any Communist attacks on bases within sniping distance of guerrilla forces. Huge C130 transport planes rumbled into the Bien Mao and Vung Tau air bases throughout the day in a massive airlift of the 3,500-man 173rd Airborne Brigade from Okinawa. It is the first U.S. Army unit committed to the war effort In an acknowledged combat role. i 'Firm Truce' iqned In Dominican Union Reviving Fireman Dispute WASHINGTON' (fPD - A this has benefited the public ilioad labor union is reviving 1 through rate reductions or ser- lone and bitter dispute over; vice improvements from! The str ° n s statement indic *t- cd lhat the BLFE mav ^nd up i" * deadlock with the railroads I ,- i r of a congrcs- l investigation into the im- of a 1%3 compulsory ar- rail strike. The arbitration board created law on the sensitive D >' the 1963 law gave the raiJ- roads the authority to eliminate PLAINSMEN — Janrt Carmark, dnuqhtrr was prrsentM Tuosday at an nssomhlv , of Mr. and Mrs. James Carrnack. 272-1 Wallace, and Dale (Buzz) Swvnt. son of Col. and Mrs. D.'ile S. Suvat. Cannon AFB, look ovrr the 1%5 Clovis High School annual which uherc Sural and Miss earmark \VITU named Mr. and Miss I'iainsnnn for 1%5. The annual uns dedicated to Mrs. Leona Head, a ti'rtcht'r at CHS. (Staff Photo I Russians Still Leading Pay Hike OK'd i For State Police i operating from $4-15 to $480 a - in of $,'{5. ;0 f.- increases WASHINGTON (LTD _ De- •pittf r S^ outlays of 17 billion A $3.663.000 budget for 1965- will cVJrv »n t*h'* ™* " W8S appr ° Ve(1 b >' the Nt>W month ~ ™ ^ coun.o in the space race, and MexK . 0 Statc PohtH , Boan , Am) $13 . a . voar . ucconr.r^ to space Director meeting in Clovis today with pro- Jame? K Webb Russia's aim visions for acro>s-tiie-fx>ard pas In space is world domination. hikes for stale Webb said the United States The budget - an increase of Henry Jaramillo Jr Belen has proposed cooperative space $790.000 over th,- current hud- h "-''r<i chairman, noted the pay ynturev but the Huss.ans "in get - includes rJ.Tro.OOft for per- r; ' ; ^'> should reduce the turnov- this field as in many others . . sonrwl services. $141 IJ24 for ( ' r '" state police personnel, lie have been competitors and capital outlay and $ft.',l -17(5 for -"ided, however that "we have have been seeking some means supplies, materials and rnaiiv -'^""t a five percent turnover ?rt said that an arbitration ruling under the statute- first ever in peacetime—forced. 15.000 men off their jobs, led 1 to more train accidents, and harassed thousands of firemen c .:;l! at work. NY't ins; that the arbitration award is in effect only until next March 31, Gilbert said the union would insist that firemen !*> placed on every freight and yard locomotive after that date. Railroad management has challenged Gilbert's view. In a recent speech a spokesman for the carriers said the results of the award were ian" since the about 30,000 firemen's jobs over a two-year span; 15,000 already have been eliminated. Decision Reversed U.S. Troops Blast Rebel Boat h» H try for use by the rebels. that both sides had signed aj Otherwise the military situation truce" in the civil warition was comparatively quiet and So r r i e -? an 1>fl ? dead i with on] y scattered fi "°g heard and brought L.S. armed inter- through the city. The political I vention. Before the announcement „,„,„ troops of the U. S. 82nd Air tives situation appeared static with diplomats including representa of the Organization of Sam Sheppard C'XjSMk*'? Sam Sheppard To Lose Freedom CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPI) - ! to ' ? ??*« ^ <*"« « ut °P-i A PP eals today reversed the de-; Sheppard a suburban Cleve %«***' -s Sd'Sm little progress toward permanent peace. 350 foot rebel trawler in the Ozama River touching off a tremendous ammunition explosion that cast a black pall over the city. The trawler apparently brought in rebel arms from abroad. Several hundred more American troops landed today as the OAS officials met at the loyalist stronghold of San Isidro airbase. Junta leaders and rebel provisional "president" Francis"Caamano Deno signed the WASHWGTON (upl) _ _ The agreement called the House today brusne <l aside par"Act of Santo Domingo" had Iamentary obstacles and voted four provisions- °"' if * a " ' ~* »—"--* House OK's War Financing —It formalized the cease-fire - •- , Penitentiary last July aft- already shakily in effect of a federal judge free- ; er serving nearly 10 years for! -It' demarcates an enlarge- r XQrniial U CWnnnn«J i H n. Vtl • . .J ,* «. A_ ..!_. • . * . I „ .. . ° .-- n . -»- were approved OUT a ton-vear T , s /?-,» news ay |HTH«J. am..untiiiR 10 an increase ,!, y> G ! lbm ch of $].8U! from I'M to 1975 •"''"'state Commerc v """ ' ItX ' accldt ' to jja:r power over us and the tenanct. means to further their interests BeuinnmR July 1. 11K5 in dominating the world " base pay for starting j«))u the nd that is really not too high " The board also voted to an- 'on/o purchase of 7? new all the firemen jobs. a news conference charged that •ommerce Commis- accident figures .•owed an "alarming and con- ."u:n_' increase" for railroad• •ce Un> firemen's arbitration i'in: took effect a year ago. He sa:;i that from 25 per cent 1 30 per cent of those firemen 'iced off their jobs were still tvmnloved. and y'ins Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard from prison. Mews At a Glance A total of fiO will IP. \<*V> and 27 he in Mississippi Flood 'On The Wane' HAN'MBAL, Mo. (ITI) — Tho MKSIS>,J|,|.I Ri,-r uas on the wan.' today at tli,> orni of a m<»nl!i- swtvp of n»ron1 rn-srs that It-fT 1C. pcrMm-, tiom their hnm«*s in fivt> Mi'hvostoni stales. l)anK»T sfxiis still existed where the swollen river pushed against patchwork dikes, but civil defense officials and other authorities said the battle against the worst flooding in the region's history was all but over. Appeal Mode To Reduce Estes' Term EL PASO (ITI) — A hearing has been set for Friday in the case of BilJip Sol Estes. It will be at 30am MST bt>foi-P t'.S. District Judge R F. Thomason on an appeal to redueo and modify the 15-yenr a^ntence Estes is now serving for fraud.'Estes will not make a personal nppearanre. remainint in th^ fcii.rn! prison at I^avenu-orth, Kan. He will be repiesenteil by attornev John Tofcr of Austin. Tt*x. Rockefeller To Seek Third Term ALBANY, N.V. (ITI) - New York Gov. X.Nnn A. Rockefeller said Tuesday he would »vk a Ihinl term next year, but be left in doubt whether ho would its-am seek the Republican presidential nomination Rockefell.-r dedared his intention to remain "flexible" as far as national politics are concerned, but he said be "fullv intended" to run for governor again and hoped that 11 Gov. Malcolm Wilson and Atty. Gen. Louis Lefkowitz would he on bus team. Son Miquel Youth Corp Plan OK'd SAjm m (ITI) - The proposed Neighborhood Youth Corps project in rural San Miguel County was approved today by Gov. Jack M. Campbell. The program, which will cost $64.450. will provide work and vocational training for 30 enrollees between the ages of 16 and °1 Ceose-Fire Order Given Indian Troops' NEW DELHI (ITI) — Prime Minister Lai Bahadur Shastri told Parliament today Indian armed forces have been ordered not to shoot in the disputed Rann of Kutch as long as diplomatic cfforts are underway for a peaceful settlement with Pakistan. Shastri said the orders are subject to the condition there is no provocation from Pakistan. n i I!":M ! wiifulcreiJ why the I'HTi au!'>m-.'hili'«i when '.v.'.'o not «chi'd>i't" > <l for do- unnl November. 10fi5. I'W. models would be swift approval of President Johnson's request for an extra $700 million to fight the war in Viet Nam. , — ^ -- j~~- .-», -. _-...„.»,t»,.». a Qlt cinaige- the House, setting aside cus- the bludgeon slaying of his ! ment of the security zone carv- tomary parliamentary proced- pregnant wife, Marilyn. |ed out by U.S. Marines andjUres that might have caused Sheppard was ordered re ! paratroopers to include all for- brief delay, planned to vote on leased by Federal Judge Carl ei Sn embassies. the emergency money bill early Weinman of U.S. District Court' ~ 11 provides for evacuation this afternoon, in Dayton, Ohio. The state ap-' of persons who have taken asy-! Senate ratification was set for pealed the release, demanding lum in various embassies and i later today or Thursday. De- that Sheppard be sent back to of refugees caught up in the fense Secretary Robert S. Mo- prison for the remainder of his; f ighting. Namara detailed the Presi- second degree murder life sen-j ~ It; provides for distribution dent's request at a closed joint tence. j of food, medicine and medical, m e e t i n g of the Senate _ After serving almost 10 years < 6< l lli P ment to both sides regard- Armed Services and Appropria- ANOMILO 'for the slaying Sehppard was* less of P olitical beliefs. ; tions Committees. Fair today and tonight. Partly freed following many legal ma- The trawler of unknown na- Congress rushed to start the . , loud - v Thursday. Rather windy neuvers by his attorneys to win tionallt y first opened fire on the; money measure through the naa to take aiu-rnoons. Continued cool, 53-80. freedom, " paratroopers of the 82nd Air- ! legislative mill Tuesday even Weinman granted a habeas borne Divisior > who nave carved before Johnson's formal request corpus writ on grounds that ov- ° U L a " Inter1natlonal refu ge zone| had been transmitted to Capi• • newspaper nub and a supp . ly line through reb ' to1 Hil1 He nad °u«ined it oral- 1 ' el-held territory The paratroop- Iy to key members at the White . " rc - a «"-"^ "- fire and the House Tuesday morning. The House Appropria* ship did not sink ' ' n- couple <•„,, m ™,, r i;;,;;;r;^Lrt,;"rL":i ..^ 10 "' at 5 ••••» * ^!SS .. . licity caused an unfair trial 'Startling Evidence' Eyed In KKK Trial Wtth ">0-27 basis In other action the board Approved a p.iv rai.so '.ir»f K K Miller dinvtor of fr-m $fi-10 to a month Sheppard's attorneys were not available for comment im-1 .•S'lH^S^Hi^or Clovis. Melrese .evidence" in the trial at Havn°i""M ur ph7 W iaid a ht lU cMM 'Tin "? ediatel . v but il was expected /.lie. Ala , of Collie Leroy Wil- the hell ou of Tommy Rowe" ^ WOU ! d ask the COUrt l ° dt " ikins Jr accused of slaying ln cross examiSn and j S carr > Iin g out ^ order while for ;.v:l rights worker Mrs. Viola, looked for •n™rtte ^\%^ m %*** '° ^ '" vr°'„ M „ H M K , i° f th€ trial ^"8 heard by an' P C ° Urt A:..rncy Matt H Murphy Jr. jall-male, all-white jury in the < h:> evidence would center rural Alabama town. xi the car driven by Mrs.: Mrs Liuzzo had gone to Alao on March 2a. the night : bama to participate in the School Budgets OK'd was shot on a lonely iSelnia - to \( > c-e[)ti i (i the ivKirnation of V.irvin Hornoro M«iriartv who s moviiu' to Calilornia to st-ek •••',(. ffTi[>lovrTi' > nt - Aiithori/Oil t!u> chief TO sub- fin! a h>t of si\ ofiicers desiring -ri' t to attend tht> \orthwt\storn I'm-- " oma ' s \cisiiv Trafnc Insiitutc at Kvan- Howe told the court Tuesday ston 111 The institute will come how Mrs. Liuzzo, a white De-: ,to New Mexico to administer troit mother of five, was shot! i tests and select three officers to to death and named Wilkms as! • J the school. the trigger man. He said he Space Probe A $6,818,216 budget for 1965-66!Vernon Mills, nifftutvnmm . was approved for Clovis Munici-iand Davenport Beasley, his as- pal Schools during State Public isistant, noted would be improved School Finance Division hearings, with the implementation of a 12 • in Clovis today. 250,000 building program approv- The state finance officials also! ed in a March bond election. approved a $324,188 budget for| Mills presented the budget for ,_ . . - , . , . • - •- Montgomery "free- T O retch m highway, and a rusty dom" march led by Dr. Martin V; DU , ^^^^.- , •• • • — "• - .™— u« W u« cl »„. J8 caliber pistol he indicated Luther King. She was engaged'.ru CA , P !' ^ KNNEm (UP1) HMelrose schools during the hear- the finance division's considera. informer Gary in running an automobile shut-i - federal s P ace agency tries ings, staged from 9 a.m. to ll:30jtion and each line item was re| tie service for Negroes who'f gain y to send a P ro J e ^ a. m at Clovis High School Cafe-i viewed with commeate from ifirp spacecraft on a fiery teria. Mills, Beasley and Ribbte Hollo- had participated in the march when she was killed. Simulated A-Blatt Set I • ---- j --- - —• «A»*4a, iJ^a&uey otui «V1I/WM plunge into earth s atmosphere Harry WugaJter, chief of state »nan, business manager to measure the reentry temper- public school finance, presided at* Mills told Wugalter "fW» is a atures faced by moonships. the hearings, attended by school! good budget, I b*li*v« we can i be shot, postponed from:board members, superintendents i ooerate within." Wugalter as*-- and other officials from both, sured Mitts the budget seemed to Tuesday, was 6 21 p m. EOT. scheduled for The first attempt to launch school systems. Hoyt PattUon and David lNSIPg Todoy VIET NAM — The Communists Seem To Be Gain- ins In Hi.' HattU- For Control And Loyalty Of The Viet- will detonate high ex where the 1 rector instruction with the on its 255,000 oik an hour be well prepared. WUlard Moon, »up«iflt«Mlent of Melro*e tchoola, later pre««nt- lielrai* tedgrt U a 4*. el tWW over the ot tmm. fiaaaee to Ft. fcd&uruU u t V«MO « ishelter can withstand. volved «pac«

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