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   Beckley Post Herald and Raleigh Register (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Beckley, West Virginia                                BECKLEY Southern West Virginia Greatest SHOPPING CENTER Volume 104 BECRLEY POSTHERALD AP and DPI Beporto Saturday May Regional Service Combined WEEKEND Edition 2 Cents Johnson Sees Outside Plot Fighting Continues Despite Truce Bid SANTO Domini can Republic AP A cease fire in the Dominican Repub lics six days of fighting was or dered into effect at Ambassador Tap ley Bennett announced Friday Bennett said there had been sporadic fighting since then but explained that the rebels had Ike Backs Action UPI Former President Dwight Eisenhower Friday en dorsed President Johnsons actions in the Dominican He public Good Morning The News Brief GEORGE Wallace invited editors of more than daily newspa pers across the country Fri day to Alabama June to visit in get Hes All A Flutter not spread the word to all their Friday as combincd USp and Pelican Pete flaps his wings in nonplussedness as he conies upon a couple of featherless chicks at Malibu They are Salli Sachse left and Linda and theyre supposed to be busy acting in How to Stuff a Wild with Mickey North Vietnamese Arms Depots Hit Dominican forces advanced block by block through heavy SANTO Dominirregular opposition to set up an ican Republic AP Sniper international safety fire killed two Marines andi By leftist rebels wounded other American troops seeking the return of exiled ex President Juan Bosch still held more than half of this old Red Plans For Assault On Yank Base Exposed Spanish colonial In other developments Johnson told radio and television dience Friday evening joined Wessins men at the strai egic Duarte Bridge over the Ozama River at the eastern end of the The span is thc only direct link with Wessins head quarters at San Isidro Air 20 miles and the rivers eastern bank in Santo Because the ragtag army of armed civilians and rebel sol diers dominated much of Santo Domingos historic downtown helicopters provided the only supply line between Ihc Embassy and Ihe San Isi dro The military command has been set up in the The two dead Marines fell to snipers other An unknown number of para AP News Analysis Turns To Force By JOIIN 1UGHTOWER Special Correspondent the Johnson adminis rtiauctiui tration also seems entirely At least fourj WASHINGTON AP With ready now to run some long Leathernecks were dispatch of US Marines to risks for major policy purposes Dominican Republic risks such as it has undertak versing a generation of Latinen to try to stop Communist nn VrlpRrdeoi American policy Presidentconquest of Viet Nam and to nip iZina tL1w rnhok Johnson may finally be gelling at the outset a possible proCas Or During the day the rebels h t tro altcmpt to make the Domm ganization of American stalescaptured Ozama fortress an old ican Republic a second had worked out a ceasefire foriSpamsh battlement about a mile officials hope that the mula with the help of the papal om the bridge The fortress United States is fed up o stcrncrmoves that nuncio in Santo But had been held by some with having its i i Johnson is Johnson said some policemen loyal to its embassies t relations were ignoring the peace effort Jin but they collapsed under a interests violatedeither by law tbbc lost on and added There are signs heavy It was no less mobs or hostile foreign gov Prime Minister Fidel SAIGON miles of The othenof bombs and Bullpup people trained outside how man wcre killcd 100 Navy planes Fridaytwo were about 100 miles from on the ammunition dump in 15 Dominican Republic are seeking Ji 11 ft n til I t ni St n 1 I m Ittlltfll More significantly but WALLACE versity of dents were thc true Ala bama Wallace has been a strong critic of news coverage of racial strife Two Uni Mississippi stu expclled from 1 They destroyed four build to gain altacked North Vietnamese the Communist arms depots 75 and 100 milesj The first raid senl 25 Skyraid from In South Victors and 14 jet escorts to the damaged six and Rusk told newsmen aft officials revealed Ihe disJThien Linh Dong army supply blew up a gasoline lank wilh ef comcrrjng with the President i covery of a threeslage They dropped 19 tons of Zum rocket fire four miles j at tnc whjte thai Ihe Do munisl plan against the i bombs and fired desouth of the 1WT vtnt tin rl 1 A HttH frtl TTO 1 nl Secretary of State Dean Bodies Hurled To Stiff Da Nang Air classes Friday for their part in a demonstration protesling the presence on campus of a bira cial 300 doc tors are attending the Scientific Assembly of the West Virginia Academy of General Practice in ALLEN asso ciale professor of education al Marshall will bo named coordinator of the West Virginia Commission on Men tal In his new job he will be expected to organize a comprehensive program for government troops found a Another 26 Skyraiders and 14ajrcraft All planes Communisl arsenal that may jets hil Ihe Phu Qui ammunijturncd contain Viet tion depot with four tons In Da South Vietnamwith other exlreme leftists in Cong raiders killed 16 destroying five buildings cse military officials said theythe shooting and propaganda menl soldiers at an two antiaircraft havc captured documents show1 aimed al defealing the new mil In ground action south of Sairailroad minican rebellion may have stroying 10 buildings and pilots reported no eneSOme aspects of a Communist my planes and only light antimovement Slale Department rei officials said three Dominican 1 Communist parties had joined Air Shaft Blast Kills 4 Workmen made three strikes in North returned for another try at the Viet Nam with mis and The first penetrated within Phu Qui A spokesman said 24 supported by seven dropped 23 tons Pakistan Spurns Cease Fire Plea the largest aircraft i first casualties since they began injured when an explosion rocked an air shaft being constructed and missile installation in Viet landing here These jn a remote area between Fairmont and nearby i came after they joined wilh 15 They said the first two Dominican troops in identified the vic es of the plan call for incitelaunching a twoprong move Autnonuesiacnuneatnt vie menl of civil unrest and an inmenl into the downtown area as Glen creased campaign of terror trom east and west and RobWt Digman 33 against American and Vietnam The action brought and Robe t ese officials in Ihe icemen in combat together for both o The third they tune ropps v near Man The third they time with troops ol calls for infiltration of the base Elias Wcssin y itself bv Viet Cong agents so commander of lie newly NEW DELHI UPD Indian the mentally The projprime Minister Lai Bahadur gram will be financed largely j Shastri said Friday that Pakis wilh federal has rejecled British propos Automotivc Reports said Frials for a ceasefire in the dis day passenger car production inpuled Rann of Kutch border the United States seems to be 111 leveling off at about units a a plateau reached for thc first time only lust De with West Shastri informed an Execu tive Committee mceling of his ruling Congress parly of Ihe re iilself by Viel Cong agents that main force troops could Juna tack Ihe i A Marinc of t amphibious vehicles came un damage caused by the March fire at thc Huntinglon market has been officially placed at The original estimate was THE UNITED STATES takes an extremely serious view of the attack on an American RB 47 reconnaissance plane over in tcrnational waters by North Korean fighters last Wednes the State Department said Minisler Fi Indians and Pakistanis Lhere were reported exchanging artillery A dispatch from Karachi said Indian guns wcre shelling the Pakistani captured oulposl of which India claims is six miles deep into its terri tory along the desolate border SI Loss Figured In Quake SEATTLE UPI The Power Company Looks For Land NEW YORK UPI The American Electric Power Friday said it was studying the possibility of building a pushed off ton Pa Doctors said Swart steam generating and electric from Fl Fmhaiador suffered several fractures facility in the Ap Injured but in good condition Marine column of tanks and at Fairmont General Hospital is o vehicles came unHarold of Washmg from thc seaside El Embajador Hotel at the western end of er he would insist that any eulogized ceasefire agreement would re vices alt quire Pakislani forces lo re ers from radio and treat to the position they held and from thc fields of govern dtv to carve out a inVe dcsig Inspectorallargc Leslie Ryan o t State Mines Department States as a haven for for Mountaineer Coal Coni fmm thn panys Faniimglon 9 mine from the Another clash before the Rann of Kutch ing broke out April and journahsm A member of thc Congress who was 57 last Sun party Executive Committee died Tuesday at his farm said committee members urged home in He had Shastri that thc reverses of operated on 18 months ago PARIS AP Doctors Fri dian forces in thc Rann of for cancer of the day ruled out a planned trip Kutch should be avenged in or Murrows body was cremated the Duke of Windsor to London panys Farminglon Lewellen Run west of Man by Johnson Construction of Wash a iiiuti ui HIV i t HP a coowner Off jpalachia A spokesman said no decision has been reached on a al though engineering studies are underway in several Such a facility probably would cost around He said a decision would de pend on economic considera tions and the needs of the area in the next five to ten crete shaft der to keep up the morale the The ashes are both the Indian army and peoi expected to be dropped by air plane on his Pawling Monday for the premiere of A Kings a film based on his and two others wcre working about 50 feet above them in an enclosure behind the concrete liner called a water iocs Castro and on the leaders of Red Officials feel the major potcn jlial for future troublemaking lies in Peking and but thai if the policymakers in both those Communist capitals un derstand the hardening sense of dctcrminalion in they may proceed more cau Administration officials do not deny there has been a toughen ing of the response to for eign challenges or Johnson was faced with the choice of using as he saw the situation early this or possibly allowing hun dreds of Americans to pos sibly also allowing a nation re duced to anarchy to be taken over by a Castro The broader significance of the Presidents atcion in this crisis results from the fact that it is the latest in a series of tough policy decisions at the White House in the last six In his Stale of Ihe Union mes sage Johnson took note of attacks on cit izens and installations around the world and laid down this warning We are prepared to live as good neighbors with but we cannot be indifferent to acts designed to injure our or our or our establish ments A community of Continued On Page Four Bank Bandit Slain AP gunmen robbed a bank here of but their escape was cut short in a gunbattle with police that left one bandit Broadcast Group Seeks Secretary illl 141UL 1 The four men on the scaffold anotner WOUnded and an May Day celebration is ex pected to lash oul al Ihe Uniled Slales for sending Iroops lo the Dominican burg osteopath Willis pleaded not guilty to a murder charge here Friday in connec tion with the abortioncaused death of a Wheeling DEMONSTRATIONS broke out again Friday at Mcnifee County High School in French and more than 35 studenls walked oul of Their walkout carne when the superintendent Miss George Alice refused to admit Thursdays earthquake caused damage amounting to mil lion in western The in a report re leased at estimated damage to private property at about million and damage of million to public prop VI VTVU1IUVU M who had been painting slecl Officcr nicked m the beams lining Ihe w e r e Authorities were searching for I blown to the surface along jlwo other mcn who fled tne with their scene in a stolcn getaway Johnson said Swarts was CHARLESTON AP The West Virginia Educational Wilson Plans To Socialize 1C KntiQn Iron UrlllOll II 1 11 111O water ring level Patterson was rf SoSive secreTary 9 nnt in iirot hat Iv but mostly executive sujtreitiiy with funds in sight for the first voted Friday to establish an of fice and employ an executive LONDON UPI Labor i panics shareholders if the plan government announced Friday passes Payment i it plans to nationalize the 13 will be made either on the bai not injured badly but mostly I authorities Murderer Hunted n r HUNTINGTON AP Police Ullie HJ IT A 18 students who were suspended normal a companies that produce more i sis of average share prices of the total aboutjthan 90 per cent of Britainsjin the first six months of 19C4 reported no progress Friday in rt 11 million applied to public iron and whichever is the search for the killer of f Of I OUHflff Prime Minister Harold Wil1 The price was expected to be Dorothy While officials went about repeating the experiment about business of trying to get more Of the last Labor government detailed and accurate appraism faces bitter opposition als of shaken western Washington was mostly back to after an incident in which pa pers in her office wcre set annual Jeffer from the Conservatives and Liberals in getting the plan through Some ob servers think thc controversy could bring down his govern Abel Wins Race Faces Challenge switchboard operator at United Fuel Gas was found dead in CHARLESTON AP The di rector of the Slate Health De partments dental health divi sion has resigned less than three i m MUll lltlft luno iiiwii Thulrldfy weeks after he was rcinstaled in aulopsy showed death was h iu b caused by Earl acting chief Gerald Guine handed of assigned six twoin njs rcsignation Friday is Soviet Critic Guilty Yugoslavia mcnt sonJackson Day dinner of the A Yugoslav professor was found Labor introduced its white State Democratic Party will be guilty Friday of slandering the paper on steel nationalization Abel has been declared winner The victims clothing has been Quines letter of resignation held in Charleston June 5 with Soviet Union and sentenced to only a day after the steel indusof thc United Steelworkers bitsent to the FBI laboratory injsaid j that work re Pregnant LOS ANGELES AP A housewife who says she took sleeping pills on a prescription for an oral contraceptive is suing a drug chain for The suit was filed againsl SavOn Thursday for and Albert the State Sui Pearson of Their Su perior Court complaint said that as a result of a pharmacists man detective teams to the insutc Hdath Director Dyexpecting a PITTSBURGH AP to set for the The authority will accept applica tions until May 21 and consider them at a May 28 The 1963 legislature created the an unpaid com mission of nine members from the televisionradio and educa tion to further the devel opment of educational broad casting in West State School Rex Smith is chair The authority heretofore hat had no but the 1965 legislature voted it for thc fiscal year starting July er the cost set at a Queen Juliana of The Nether lands celebrated her 56th birth day Friday with a family party at Soestdijk AMERICAN WATER Works which claims to be the nations largest system of investor owned water compan said Friday it has acquired control of Southern Gas Wa ter of South erns properties consist of Ifl water systems serving residents of 56 communities in southern and central West Vir including About three per cent of the Jap anese people want to the prime ministers office de termined in a poll conducted at random among men and women over The top preferred in order the United Red official of the Na tional Rifle Association of Amer ica says the organization is doublechecking its membership In an effort to eliminate any members of extremist nine months in Mihalo Mihajlov had written that the late Josef Sta lin engaged in mass murder before Adolf He de scribed Soviet life as dull and Iry announced its best year injter presidential election Washington for history million Ions were but defeated incumbent David produced in most of it McDonald vowed to contest the 13 firms to be Ihe result to the fullest ex It was a of 3 million lent As in compensalion I cannol abandon my respon be paid Ihe nationalized com Mississippi Flood Surges Toward Iowa By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Mississippi River crest swelled toward and the already sub merged town of Friday on its record flood ram page which has caused an esti mated million in damage between Iowa and The preliminary damage csti mate was made by Army The still maintaining highwater pressure on walls and earthworks of Dubuque Clinton and Iowa and East Moline sibililies lo Ihe United Steel workers of McDon ald lold a news conference Fri day shortly after the unions three international tellers de clared Abel winner by The eleclion was veteran of early un ion organizing who has been the low tonight unions 2 man since McDon Continued war WARM BECKLEY VICINITY Fair and warm high Some cloudiness tonight and in the m Sun lationships between the depart1 ment director and the division1 of dental heallh has in no wayj improved over lhal existing dur ing my previous Dyer was not available for comment Guine said he plans lo seek re Natures April Rampages Among Worst In lock aid took office in brushed passed Muscatine on Thursday The running seven to eight feet above its overflow put levees at Keithsburg and to their max imum Each town has about At Jodo secretary of the towns main industrial Cannon Bronze said the plant employing 100 persons was safe as a foot record nearly feet above was aside McDonalds prospects of overturning the We have demonstrated adi mirably up to this point that the WEST VIRGINIA Fair and warm high 73 to 79 east and 76 to 84 Partly Raleigh Steelworkers are Abel cloudy and warm Details on Page Four He indicated that his immcdij ate goal would be to get back toj bargaining over a new contract with basic sleel May The lask of negotiating and completing agreements with the steel industry is among the im mediate challenges we he LOAXS Member By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS April was one of natures most vicious periods in the Unit ed killing 227 persons by earthquake and More than were made and dam age was apparently near The earthquake Thursday in the Pacific Northwest which killed al least injured many and caused extensive was the only calamity of its cat Tornadoes lashed repeatedly during the but were rampant Palm April WASHINGTON AP The when 37 twisters raked the Mid Public Housing Administration The oneday toll included approved a loan lo Spen204 at least and employment as assistant profes sor at the University of Pitts burgh school of Guine was fired by Dyer 1963 for allegedly misusing a stateowned The Slate Civil Service Com mission upheld Dyers but Ihc Slale Supreme Court April 13 reversed the Commis sions ruling and direcled Guine be Spencer Gets Loan Floods worked a smothering force in the upper Mississippi In Wisconsin and they took 12 drove persons from their homes and did upwards of million The money will be used to help finance construction of 50 homes for elderly persons and low in come damage ot million or more in Michigan and Five persons were1 killed in a tornado April 10 at Bid Dates Announced WASHINGTON UPI The General Service Administra tion has announced dates it will accepl bids for construction of new post office and federal buildings in West Bids will be accepled for a building in Parsons estimated to cost and one in White Sulphur to cost on May 25 one in June I and J u n t   

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