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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 5, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                Dom SANTO DOMINGO Domini jean Republic AP agreement to end hostilities in the Dominican Republic was signed Wednesday by contend ing forces in the civil war The pact is a preliminary step toward negotiating the political issues that caused the bloody 12dayold strife The agreement establishes a freeze on military positions held inican A1 sides Itcalls forthe evacuation of political refugees and respect for the US estab lished international zone for ref ugees Both theinsurgents and the contending military junta had endorsed the agreement earlier ip the day In effect it formal izes the precarious ceasefire already in effect The agreement was signed by members of the fiveman peace commission of the Organization of American States the military juntaand the rebel leader Col Francisco Caamano Deno Rebels continued sniping at US troops in the Dominican capital but no new casualties were reported A US spokes man said airborne troops Tues day night blew ship up ati armed 350 feet long apparently loaded with ammu nition The trawler was hil by rifle and machinegun fire in the Ozama River burst into flame and exploded Despite a ceasefire US Ma rines continued to enlarge the international zone for refugees They moved up four blocks to take in the embassies of El Sal vador Guatemala and Ecuador OAS Commission Chairman sign RjchardoM Colombo of Argen tina told reporters the truce agreement covered these points Safe conduct for all political refugees in foreign embassies Evacuation of all refugees of other nations wishing to leave the country The distribution of food to all factions The agreement was announced after a conference early in the day with the military junta The Marines advance brought a rebel protest Col Francisco C a a mano Deno military leader of the revolt charged that the United States had violated the demor established with the ceasefire agreement reached several days ago He said a massacre might result OAS officials impressed con cern over the situation and the peace mission hastilyarranged the 20mile trip to the San Isidro air base to discuss the situation with the junta A US spokesman announced earlier that the Marines had ex tended their lines without oppo sition after both the junta and the rebel leader agreed to the move Sporadic shootingoccurred in Santo Domingo again Tuesday night after one of the quietest days since the re volt began 11 days ago No US casualties were reported US paratroops conlrollin the Duarte Bridge over Ozama River sank a rebel mo lorboat that had been plying tht river sniping at tem The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors At trial of Klansman Home Edition VOL 105 MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 5 W5 10c Paper Four Associated Presi fan 1 No 74 HAYNEVILLE Ala UB A defense attorney sought Wed nesday to portray an FBI un dercover man as a trouble maker and a Ku Klux Klans man who violated a sworn oath against betraying secrete of the hooded order Step by step attorney Matt H Murphy Jr general counsel for United Klans of America Inc painstakingly dug into the background of Gary Thomas Kbwc Jr the FBI informer in an attempt to discredit the undercover mans testimony Rowe testified Tuesday that Klansman Collie Leroy Wilkins Jr 21 was the killer of a white civil rights worker Mrs Viola Liuzzo of Detroit follow ing a march from Selma to Montgomery on March 25 Rowc answering Murphys Sheppard back to cell questions in a voice readily calm deliberate admitted receiv ing periodic payments from the FBI in return for information about Klan activities He said he had been paid Jn one month last January but that most months the fig ure was much smaller Murphy tall and graying drew a rebuke from Circuit Judge T Wcrthlhagard when the attorney asked Rbwe if he had been paid any money by Castro or the Communist government a heavyset crewcut auto mechanic from Fairificld Ala near Birmingham is the first of three Klans men brought to trial on firstdegree murder indictments After Rowe left the stand Tuesday Murphy theklan at torney representing Wilkins commented angrily to news men that Rowe had told a G lie and Ill prove it to funds for war are approved WASHINGTON Iff The House overwhelmingly jacked up President Johnsons Viet Nam and Domin ican Republic policies Wednesday by sending to the Senate an emergency defense appropria tion bill B6th the House and Senate Appropriations com mittee approved the special appropriation this morn ing and there was a good chance the Senate would pass the bill later Wednesday Most of the money will be used to buy guns and ammunition and otherwise finance the fighting in Viet Nam Some of it may be used to foot the cost of US intervention in the crisis in the Dominican Republic is for use during the re naming weeks of the fiscal ear ending June 30 Deny LBJ took rap at JFK NEW YORK AP George E Reedy White House pres Mrs Liuzzo 39 the mother ofsccrclarv has dcnied a chargc five and Ihc wife of a Teamsters Union official was shot to death while shuttling other marchers back to Selma following the civ il rights march to Montgomery in which she too had taken that President Johnsons dis avowal of a rockingchair ap proach to Communist aggression implied criticism of the late President John F Kennedy Kennedy who suffered from a Secretary of Defense Robert S tfcNamara the com mittee meeting McNamara told cr that only a small part of the mergency funds would be need ed by US military forces in the Dominican Republic The great bulk will beused n Viet Nam he said adding an optimistic report on combat successes of both South Viet and US forces there re part A young Negro riding injback oftcn was pnoto the front scat with herescaped graphed in a rocking chair a husky former Birm jnjury Rowc ingham barroom operator now unemployed told the 12man jury he saw young Wilkins on the back seat of a car beside him fire two shots into Mrs car on a lonely stretch of US 80 near Lowndesboro Driving the Klansmens car as it pulled alongside the Liuzzo GARY ROWE JR Informer For FBI Johnson also likes a rocking chair and invariably rock anc talks while visitors sit on a sofa Rep Gerald R Ford R Mich House minority leader in New York for a fundraisin dinner Tuesday said a stale ment by Johnson was an impliec criticism of the failure of th Bay of Pigs invasion by Cuba exiles The invasion was an at tempt to unseat Cuban Prim Minister Fidel Castro early i the Kennedy administration In an address to a labor con ference in Washington Monday Johnson had said in We dont propose to sit her our rocking chair with cenlly There has been a definite ailoff in the overt largescale Viet Cong attacks recently Mc Namara said Johnson was asked about the Viet Nam war Tuesday night during a walking news confer ence He said Its just something weve got and I dont know how to find theanswer Ive tried everything I can He showed newsmen a letter on Viet Nam he had received from former President Dwight D Eisenhower which said in part have consistently said and shall continue to say that first we should all understand that there is only one spokesman for America in conducting our for eign relations the President of the United States Secondly I resume Will lite sentence CINCINNATI Ohio W The US 6th Circuit Jourt of Appeals Wednesday ordered Dr Sam Sheppard emanded to the Ohio Penitentiary to resume the life entence imposed on him for the 1954 slaying of his vife Marilyn The appeals court by a 21 decision reversed a tiling by US Disfc Court Judge Carl Weinman last uly 15 which ordered Sheppards release from prison on grounds he had not received a fair trial in the Com mon Pleas Court at Cleveland Judges Clifford OSullivan and Harry Phillips the majority Offering three new labor bills Substitute for package MARINE CASUALTY IN VIET NAM Blood streaks the face of Marine Pfc Robert E Herbison of Medford Ore as he gets medical attention after be ing wounded in the head and legs by Viet Cong sniper Photofax DES MOINES AP Gov Harold Hughes said Wednesday he would send three new labor bills to the Iowa Legislature to substitute for a controversial package bill pending in both houses The new proposals were es entially the same in general erms as earlier bills which he riticized because of the way liey were worded In special message he de ivercd to the legislature the opin ion while Judge George Ed wards dissented Under court procedure 20 days must elapse before the mandate for Sheppards arrest is issued That is to allow time for His attorneys to petition for a rehearing or make other mo tions There was no immediate indi cation what the next move would be in the case The usual procedure would be for the US marshal in Cleve land to turn Sheppard over to the Cuyahoga County sheriff for his return to the penitentiary at Columbus once receives the formal notification from the Cincinnati Court fire Herbison was hit during Marine offensive opera tion against Viet Cong village complex of Le My southwest of Da Nang South Viet Nam our I scmcr Seated next to Thomas was William Orville Eaton 41 also of Bessemer Thomas and Eaton also are under murder indictment and awaiting trial Eaton also opened fire with a 22calibcr pistol Rowe said But a state toxicologist Dr Paul Shoffcitt who removed the death bullet from the victims brain had testified it was a 38 calibcr slug which killed her Rowc said he had been a paid undercover agent for the FBI for five years He arid his col leagues first noticed Mrs Liuz zo and her Negro companion he said while waiting at a traffic light in Selma and followed their car for some 25 miles be fore finallyovcrtakingit They tried several times to pull alongside Mrs car Rowc went on but each time something intervened Once they spotted a highway patro car Another time it was t crowd of Negroes standing near the highway Later it was on coining traffic The witness said he tried sev eral times to get his companion to turn back to Selma but tha Thomas insisted Were going to take em Were not going to give up When the time came Row continued Gene Thomas go oul his pistoland handed it t Wilkins As we got directly even with the car Wilkins said Giv H some gas hands folded and let the Com munists set up any government in the Western Hemisphere Of course not was Reedys reply in Washington when he jwas asked if the rockingchair ions in Viet Nam and the Do minican Republic Cennedy or the failure of the nvasion Ford said he supported ohnson administrations the ac Inside The Globe expressed the conviction that under the circumstances as I now understand them I believe that you are employing a policy well calculated to serve the best interests of the United States After his news conference he addressed an audience of Texas rural electric cooperative offi cials He told the officials we are not about to flag or to fail in the US promise to help South Viet Nam preserve its freedom CERRO GORDO to start sinplus commodities Page 17 Editorials Society news 678 Mason City new 161718 Build Viet force 7200 paratroopers are landed Latest markets 17 Sports 1920 North Iowa news 21 Clear Lake news 2425 Comics 28 Classified pages 3435 SAIGON South Viet Nami AP An armada of transport planes landed 1200 US para troopers in South Viet Nam Wed nesday They arc the first Amer ican Army ground combat units sent to fight the Communist Viet Cong Another 2300 men of the 173rd Airborne Brigade were expected from Okinawa soon probablyistruck military convoys and a 1 1 1 i Democratic governor said he vottld propose Retaining the law prohibiting closed shop contracts which re liiire union membership before m ploy ment Legalizing union shop agree ments where employes and management negotiate and agree to them Prohibiting secondary boy cotts and socalled hot cargo agreements which ban trans portation of material to or from a struck business Hughes said that major changes in the labor laws are important military base inncedcd He also called for The majority opinion said it is proper for federal courts to see to it that no state shall im prison anyone without due proc ess of Jaw It said Judge Wein man gave commendable con cern for Sheppards constitu tional rights and then added We fear however that this admirable zeal ledhim to go beyond permissible limits to find constitutional fault in what was done by the Ohio courts The facts in this case do not Nun in fight with Church VICTORIA BC A determined Roman Cath olic nun has agreed to a coolingoff period in her battle against a Church order to close her beloved animal shelter while negoliations on the subject continue For six days doughty 76yearotd Mother Cecilia Mary had defied an order to close the Good Shepherd shelter she and five other sisters operate As the deadline for the Church order passed Tues day Mother Cecilias nuns and the 120 animals were still at the shelter Mother Cecilia was with Church officials in a nego tiating session When it was all over Tuesday night the Most Rev Rcmi DC Roo bishop of the Victoria diocese said every one involved in the dispute had agreed to a coolingoff The issues here have become completely dis torted said the bishop Obviously no rational solution can be reached so long as emotions arc this high Therefore everyone has agreed including Mother Cecilia that a cooling off period or a period of calm or a truce or whatever you want to call it is needed while the negotiations continue Bishop DC Roo said he was involved in conferences on the subject of Mother Cecilias animal shelter until well past what should have been time for my supper Mother Cecilia is holding the fort at vthe Good Shepherd shelter she vowed she would never abandon REBELLIOUS NUN AND PETS Half of the 1200 paratroopers were landed at the Bien Hoa air base 15 miles northeast of Sai gon The rest came in at the Vung Tau airstrip on the South China sea 40 miles southeast of Saigon US Army forces already in iet Nam are here as advisers the South Vietnamese forces nd as training personnel The aratroopers arc expected to ave the same assignment that ie US Marines now have at ne Da Nang air base and Phu lai 350 miles north of Saigon cfensc in depth of the key in tallalions with a liberal sprin ling of offensive operations gains the Viet Cong thrown in Vung Tau may be destined to become a major buildup area or US troops similar to Da Vang As the new arrivals took ip position there Vietnamese iir force fighterbombers streaking down on suspected Viet Cong positions about five nilcs away nouriig cannon anc rocket fire into the ground Mos of the troopers were too busy to nolicc although the cannon shots were clearly audible The brigades commander BriR Gen Ellis Williamson 47 of Raleigh NC was among the first men off the planes at Bien Hoa Our morale is sky high h said We have been prepare for this for some time In the air war US Air Fore B57 Canberra jet bomber North Viet Nam Tuesday in attitude toward labor They then hit irmy barracks as well as changes in the laws at Bai Due Thon 200 take labor into full partner south of Hanoi The wi arge fi es wun large tires pilots rejship area Attacking the present law A pair of Navy A4 Skyhawksienacted in HuShes said rom the carrier Midway struck fails to Protect labor manage t a pair of barges 90 miles outh of Hanoi They hit the arges with 50mm cannon fire nd set them adrift a Navy pokesman said All the planes returned safely he spokesmen said Earlier Tuesday 113 planes aided military barracks at inn Linh and an ammunition epof at Xom Rung and all re urned safely US spokesmen aid The South Tnmcnl has ment or the public Hughes said the core of the controversy in the package bill jefore the legislature is the pro posal to repeal that part of the aw which prohibits union shop agreements labor contracts iroviding that employes must join a union after getting a job Vietnamese decided to gov shut down the French cultural broad aslmg against station in French retaliation President Charles dc Gaulles campaign to neutralize Viet Nam realiablc iources said Wednesday North Iowa Weather outlook Variable cloudiness with occasional periods of scat tered and thunder storms affecting abovt 50 per cent of the Wednesday night lows in the 50s Part ly cloudy Thursday in tow Wt Wetther on I DR SAM SHEPPARD Back to penitentiary add up to any of the situations in which the Supreme Court of the United States or any United States court of appeals has found it appropriate to strike down a judgment affirmed by the highest court of a state Sheppard was accused of hav ing bludgeoned to death his pregnant wife at their Bay Vil lage home near Cleveland but he contended the crime was committed by a bushyhaired stranger His trial on a firstdegrea murder charge started Oct 18 lint he said ooking at the We should be entire structure convicted by a 2V of secondde of our labor management laws not just one phase of it And the test of that structure of law should be whether or not it protects the legitimate inter ests of management labor and the general public and is con ducive to efficient industrial operation Frankly ladies and gentle men our existing structure of labor relations law fails to meet the test on all of these counts He questioned whether the 1947 law protects management from the possibility of coercive power and unfair practices by labor From the standpoint of man agement Hughes said our existing law has more holes in it than a sieveI believe that LABOR BILLS Ptoite turn to J 1954 He was jury on Dec gree murder and Judge Edward Blythin since deceased sen tenced him to 5ife imprison ment Me immediately began a Jong fight for freedom His case was in and out of state courts throughout the years and he re SHEPPARD Turn to Pago 2 SAME TraHU M V   

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