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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Austin, Minnesota Weather partly Cloudy tonight some increase in cloudiness sunday continued mild Low tonight 50-55 monday cooler with some shovers Likely established 1891 Austin daily Herald schedule of Paget late news�?2 sports h area farm�?9 editorial 4 is Mats to society 6 vol. Xxiv no 147 Austin minn., saturday May i. He single copy 10c comics --11 14 pages some new faces Little else will be n new in us with Ahiel at i consulate blast insulating Fibre dangles from Early morning explosion rip passage and the ground. It altho underside of a passageway Ped at the building. The expo so broke to windows and police Between two sections of the . Sive is believed to have gone Are seeking a its origin. Up consulate in Montreal after an off in the space Between the wire photo May be difficult to get interested senators behind new rights draft by John Chadwick Washington apr it was no sure thing today that All the senators who want legislation to ensure negro voting rights will line up behind a new draft worked out by the democratic and Republican leaders. The substitute Bill introduced Friday does not include an outright ban on state poll taxes so several of the liberals in the Senate Aren t committing themselves yet. Nevertheless. Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield supported by Republican Leader Everett m. Dirksen. Plans to hold overtime sessions next week in an Effort to Speed their substitute toward passage. The new draft differs from the version recommended by the Senate judiciary committee chiefly in that it would provide for a court test of the constitutionality of the poll tax instead of outlawing it. Poll taxes As a requirement for voting in Federal elections were abolished by the 24th amendment to the . Constitution. But they still Are required of voters in state and local elections in Alabama Mississippi. Texas and Virginia. Mansfield said he and Dirksen were convinced largely by the arguments of atty. Gen. Nicholas Katzenbach that an attempt to abolish state poll taxes by Federal Law would raise a significant constitutional question. A indeed it might in the end result in no action a1 All being he said. Mansfield said he thought this and other changes made by the substitute would strengthen the legislation. Dirksen also said the new draft represents real improvements. Appealing for Unity Mansfield said a senators generally trying to go in the same direction must also try to get together on the same Road if their is to be any legislation in the Senate at still there was no Assurance that the liberals headed by sen. Philip a. Hart d-mich., who pushed Over the ant poll tax provision in the judiciary committee would support the leaders. Sen. Edward m. Kennedy d-mass., who offered the provi Sion. Reiterated that he thinks it is constitutional. Ile said the liberals would study the substitute and commented of the Mansfield Dirksen Effort a we ail Are trying to reach the same southerners who contend it violates states rights to fix Miter qualifications on the Federal level continued their attack on the legislation. Speaking of the substitute sen. Herman e. Talmadge d-ga., told a nearly empty chamber Friday a this Hill was conceived by an unholy Alliance of Lawless mob action on the one hand and murder and mayhem on the before taking a weekend recess. The Senate amended the Hill to exempt Arkansas from its terms until the state has a Chance to put a new voter registration system into effect. Sen .1. W. Fulbright offering the amendment for himself and his fellow Arkansas Democrat. Sen. John i. Mcclellan said the people of Arkansas amended the state Constitution last november to provide for a new registration system. Lie called it a straight Forward and free of any discrimination and said it should be Given an Opportunity to operate before any Federal registrars Are sent into the stale. By ii. I. Schwartz ill Pittsburgh api what s ahead for the United steelworkers of America under i Vav. Abel As president a there May be some new faces around but that s about All a said a High Steelworker source today. His comment seemed to sum up Union feeling after Abel was declared president of the million member Union. The Union s tellers reported Friday that Abel Secretary treasurer for 12 years had Defeated incumbent David j. Mcdonald 308.910 to 298.708. Although Mcdonald promised to protest the result it is not expected to keep Abel from taking office june i Union sources pointed out that Abel s election won t halt rapid automation in the steel Industry or alter the growing need for Protection of the Steelworker s Job. Steelworkers already among the highest paid Industrial employees in the nation Are Likely to continue to remain intensely interested in better pensions and More benefits to protect them when Laid off. What change there is sources said May come in the human relations committee the joint Union Industry group that initiated continuous year round bargaining in 1960. In his Campaign speeches. Abel said the committee had grown too important. Most of its eight Union members Are Mcdonald men. He also said that a handful of lawyers and experts had taken control of the Union from the hands of the rank and file. Even if faces change How Ever. The complexity of steel contracts will demand lawyers and experts probably More of them not fewer. At a Victory news conference Abel said. A we will continue to rely on our staff of experts for studies and As for bargaining itself Many feel the Union May be More militant under Abel not necessarily because he is militant but because the men around him Are. Others Point out though that the problems of Basic steel Are demanding longer and longer periods of bargaining. This they feel will tend to tone Down any Militancy. Union men feel that Basic steel is Likely to remain the prime Union interest As Long As nearly half its membership is employed by the big companies. However there is Likely to be a growing emphasis on workers in the lesser industries such As fabricating Independent steel aluminium and cans. These workers have traditionally taken a Back seat to Basic steel and there is a belief that their votes tipped the scale in Abel s favor. Abel himself is an accessible Man. But some feel that the burdens of heading a Union As big As the steelworkers May change this. During the Campaign Abel frequently accused Mcdonald of Quot Tuxedo of spending too much time hobnobbing with men in big business and government Union sources pointed out. However that conferences at the White House Are the natural lot of a steelworkers president one of the strongest voices in labor s higher councils. Shooting continues despite in Santo Domingo skateboard craze alarms authorities Pentagon accused of dragging Anchor on a ship building by Charles l. West new York a alarmed by several injuries increased traffic hazards and near aces dents Chattanooga traffic chief Lamar Boyd broke out the Law books recently to remind residents of that Tennessee City a no person shall go upon any Roadway on roller skates or Riding by Means of any coaster toy vehicle or similar device except while crossing a Street on a his target was a lad which has rolled across the county alarming authorities in Many locations skateboards. A skateboard is a Plank about two feet Long mounted on four roller skate wheels. Sidewalk surfers ride by standing on it with one foot and pushing with the other. Its really nothing More than the old sidewalk scooters kids have been making for years from roller skates and scrap lumber a but minus the handle. Christmas left a lot of skateboards in the Jacksonville flu. Area among other places. The Duval county patrol confiscated Many and threatened arrests for a impeding police chief . Anderson of Bountiful Utah also has been confiscating All he finds a a Public nuisance. The Wisconsin Highway department warned that sidewalk surfing is illegal on state highways Dallas tex., authorities said it is forbidden by a 1941 ordinance against roller skating the Idaho state land Board banned it from the Capitol grounds in Boise and Bridgeport. Conn., police supt. Joseph a. Walsh said it is outlawed by City regulations against playing in the streets. A we have treated 49 eases a Between the Ages of 8 and 18 a since last May for skateboard injuries a said or. William Oetting an orthopaedic surgeon at new Rochelle . Hospital. A major fractures accounted for 20 police chief Harold Olsan of Ames where five Iowa state University students were fined $5 each for skateboarding in City streets said often even the skater does t know where he s going. Its a problem of combining balance Speed and control. This created a read made Market for Mark Burton 18, of Colorado Springs Colo., a freshman at Simpson College in Iowa. An accomplished skateboarder he has been teaching the Art to fellow students on Campus sidewalks. Washington apr the House armed services committee has sharply criticized the Pentagon for dragging its Anchor on nuclear ship construction. It reported to Congress Friday that a the committee feels and has Felt for All too Long that the department of defense has both procrastinated and vacillated in its approach to nuclear powered surface the committee stepped in and added $150.5 million for a no Elear powered guided missile frigate to the list of purchases and projects the Pentagon asked authorization for. It also declared it would authorize a nuclear aircraft Carrier next year a whether requested by the department of defense or the armed services committees authorization of $5,303,400,-000 for missiles ships planes and research and development still must be approved by the House. The actual funds have to be acted on by the appropriations committee. Even if the additional funds for the nuclear frigate pass congressional Muster Secretary of defense Robert s. Mcnamara is not bound to spend them. However said the committee chairman. Rep. I. Mendel Rivers . A it is my Hope and the Hope of the committee that w e Are giving a Strong indication that nuclear Power be used for surface ships on a much broader basis than has been the practice so the committee noted in its report that Only four surface ships with nuclear propulsion have been built a notwithstanding the constant urging of the Congress that More vigorous action be taken in this the four ships Are the Carrier Enterprise the frigates Bainbridge and Truxtun which is still under construction and the missile Cruiser Long Beach. Antioch students find tables turned , Ohio apr students at Antioch College noted for demonstrations find the tables turned on them today. A citizens group led by a Bellbrook restaurant owner said they would March nine Miles from Xenia to yellow Springs to protest a alleged communist activities at the College. Melvin Mccoy the restaurant operator identified himself As chairman of a a Greene county committee for he predicted More than 2,000 persons would take part in the March along . 68. Float Heads usual Holiday Parade Moscow apr a float showing soviet support for communist forces in Viet Nam was in the front of a civilian Parade through snowy red Square today As the soviet Union celebrated its traditional May Day Holiday. The usual display of military equipment was missing. It was postponed this year until May 9, when massive celebrations will Mark the 20th anniversary of the end of world War ii. News briefs 7-Day Marathon ride ends mrs. Juliette Noella pass Alai gues formerly of Mois Sao France. Is led shouting off a Hong Kong Macao ferry today ending her seven Day shuttle on the 40. Mile twice a Day run. Her son a eat a Canary and Luggage also were removed by Hong Kong police. She had been divorced by her husband who was Given visiting rights to the son. She left Fiance at once for Hong Kong but feared French offic i a i s might Force her to take her son Back to France and went to Macao on three Day visa. When it expired Macao ordered her out. Then began her nonstop ferry ride. A wire photo by radio from Hong Kong Iowa beef month kicked off Des Moines apr the Iowa department cd agriculture kicked off a May is Iowa beef month with a top of Iowa Barbecue at the state Fairgrounds saturday. The department had about 250 pounds of beef to serve to producers packers retailers and legislators. Iowa pork co., Union talks recessed Perry Iowa apr negotiations Between Iowa pork co., and the United packing House workers Union were recessed indefinitely today in tile Wake of an announcement that Iowa pork a Only customer has cancelled its contract. City strike cuts off milk deliveries Minneapolis apr some 1.200 teamsters Union members went on strike Early today against seven Minneapolis area creameries cutting off milk deliveries to Homes and stores in the Region. Len Fahlin Secretary treasurer of the unions local 471, said the principal Issue was wages. . Casualties in revolt include 2 dead Washington apr a total of 27 casualties among the . Forces in Santo Domingo including two killed a was reported by the state department As of 9 30 a m. Est today. The department said to o marines were dead and 17 had been wounded. Among the . Army forces eight have been wounded it said. No names were released. By Robert Berrellez Santo Domingo. Dominican Republic apr heavy tiring continued in this rebellion torn capital today despite an agreed cease fire in the dominican Republic s week old civil War. Rebel leaders fighting for the return to Power of exiled former president Juan d. Bosch admitted they did not have Complete control of their men who include armed civilians and dissident Young military officers. Much of the firing was in the Vicinity of the . Embassy where one . Marine was killed Friday. . I defense department spokesmen in Washington said 14 marines and 4 paratroopers have been wounded in clashes with the rebels. They were the first casualties among the . Forces landed to protect american civilians. Fighting went on fighting went on through tile night in the eerie Light of Parachute flares. The soviet news Agency Tass announced that the soviet Union had asked for an emergency meeting of the . Security Council to consider Fie situation in the dominican Republic. Tass called the . Landings a armed intervention in the internal affairs of the dominican new aggressive act of . the . State department said in Washington it would have no immediate comment on the soviet move. . Ambassador w. Tapley Bennett announced the ceasefire wrent into effect at 5 30 . Friday hut indicated to newsmen that foreign elements might have taken Over the rebellious movement. President Johnson said in a statement in Washington Friday night there were significant signs that people trained outside the dominican Republic Are seeking to gain control of the rebels. Submit to arbitration Bennett said the rebels and the opposing military Junta had agreed to submit the dispute to arbitration by an organization of american states commission. A special 0\s foreign ministers meeting was called in Washington and an Oas peace team planned to Fly Here tonight. President Johnson had urged the Oas to take responsibility for restoring peace and re establishing constitutional government in the dominican Republic. The cease fire pact Bennett said in his announcement guarantees the personal safety of combatants on both sides including prisoners and those in Asylum in foreign embassies. Bennett emphasized that Only a cease fire had been discussed with the rebels and not a final settlement. Signing for the rebels were Hugo Conde and col. Fausto Caamano whose brother Francisco is described As the rebels top military Leader. A key Roll it was not immediately disclosed who signed the cease fire agreement for the Junta forces headed by Brig. Gen. Elias Wessin y Wessin who rallied elements of the army and air Force and the Navy to oppose the pro Bosch forces. The papal Nuncio in Santo Domingo the it. Rev. Emmanuel Larizzio played a key role in negotiating the cease fire. He was in touch with the rebels and later met with the Wessin Junta at its Headquarters at Isidro air base 20 Miles outside of Santo Domingo. Latest estimates of the toll of the fighting which started when pro Bosch military officers forced the resignation of a civilian Junta government headed by Donald Reid Cabral w Ere put at More than 500 killed with another 500 possibly killed. The injured ran into the hundreds. A major Battle in a major Battle Friday with some 1,800 police Loyal to the Junta rebel forces won the massive Ozama fortress which commands a strategic position on the West Side of the River of the same name in the capital. Authenticated reports said the rebels under col. Francisco Caamano took the fortress after heavy fighting. Survivors who swam the River said the rebels committed atrocities against the defenders and executed several police officers who had surrendered unarmed. In All the rebels were reported to control More than half of Santo Domingo. Tile first . Casualties came As the marines and paratroopers moved to the City from the East and West. The marines moved a nine mile area designated earlier by the Oas As a Haven for refugees i rom the fighting. Wiped out machine inn the marines wiped out with Bazooka fire a machine gun nest that took the life of a Leatherneck two blocks from the . Embassy. The Marine column moved in from the West led by tanks and amphibious vehicles. Simultaneously a contingent of Wessing a forces was fighting its Way into the downtown area from the Eastern part of the City. A in Washington the state department issued a special statement saying a the sole Mission of . Troops in the dominican Republic is to protect and evacuate . And other foreign nationals from the strife torn dominican Republic and not in any Way take sides in the internal the statement said a some news dispatches from Santo Domingo have tended to convey the impression that the United states is conducting joint or combined or concerted operations wit i Wessing a forces another Flash another clash occurred As newly arrived paratroopers from the 82nd airborne division moved from the san Isidro air base where they landed and took up positions at the strategic Duarte Bridge Over the Ozama River at the Eastern end of the City. Their commander maj. Gen. Robert h. York was named by president Johnson As commander of the . Land task Force in the dominican Republic. The rebels met the paratroopers with heavy fire. During the Day. . Navy transports from puerto Rico landed at san Isidro with tons of military material including ammunition bazookas. 50-caliber machine guns and barbed wire. Most of the american wounded were taken aboard the Carrier Boxer in Santo Domingo Harbor. Less than 2,000 at the Emba Jador a Swank Seaside hotel from which the marines launched their drive into the City proper . Navy personnel were still processing americans wanting to get out. There were less than 2,000 american civilians still reported in the country and Many of these were leaving. The marines had set up defences around the hotel to guard against any recurrence of scenes earlier in the week when americans were terrorized by rebels. In san Juan puerto Rico Bosch told newsmen that there Are a probably a few communists Quot fighting with he forces trying to restore him As president. Ousted in 1963 Bosch the first freely elected president after 32 years of Trujillo dictatorship was ousted in 1963 by a military Junta that then gave Way to a civilian Junta with Reid As it chief. A it is Quot Bosch said a that a regime similar to the one Iii Cuba could be established in the dominican re pub he added that he is a absolutely sure of the cuban regime of Fidel Castro meanwhile asked la n. Secretary general u Thant Iii new York to prevent what it called moves toward a total . Occupation of the dominican Republic. A the military occupation which is being prepared cannot be ignored by the Security Council of the United nations or by its general Assembly a the cubans told Thant. What s in a name in the Case of sgt. Arn o i d Trujillo of Denver Colo. It could he trouble if he goes walking around the streets of Santo Domingo with that name Patch on his shoulder. Rafael Leonidas Trujillo was the ruthless dictator who ruled for 31 years in the dominican Republic until he was assassinated in 1961. The Sargeant who is with the 82nd airborne division s military police was among the . Troops airlifted into the dominican Republic today. A wire photo King Forman admit past differences will cooperate Atlanta a. Apr or. Martin Luther King or. And James Forman key leaders in the nations civil rights movement have admitted differences but say they have agreed to cooperate in several projects. At a news conference Friday King emphasized in a joint statement that differences have been exaggerated and that he and Forman Are working together. Fun with the flood the manager of a women a apparel store has a sense of humor about the Hannibal. Mo., flood situation. He took a mannequin from his store window had a sign painted and placed the Dummy in the Street in front of his store. The water Isnit quite As deep As it seems a he used Only the upper half of the plastic figure. A wire photo King is president of the Southern Christian leadership conference and Forman is executive Secretary of the student nonviolent coordinating committee. The joint statement also revealed that Singer Harry Bela Fonte had been called in to act As an objective observer in resolving issues at two meetings of the civil rights leaders. Belafonte stood with King and Forman at the news conference in a downtown motor hotel and immediately afterwards returned to a discussion of issues projects and problems with them. Forman who made few remarks at the conference said Belafonte was not a however the soft spoken to Lafonte said a it would be incorrect to say there were not some situations where there was a Lack of Belafonte said that in the heat of Battle and a the War on nerves there comes a time when objectivity can leave you for a he said he was requested to meet with King and Forman and some of their colleagues. Belafonte and the two civil rights leaders said they discussed no issues at the first meeting in Atlanta on april 21. Each group was declared a much in agreement with the Belafonte said reporting the joint talks were meant to Clear the air Patch up differences and Avert inroads of division when King and Forman Are in the Field. King said the discussion wits a very fruitful. In general we Are in agreement on strategy a the joint statement said Choice of tactics by Sulc and snug was difficult and that they had agreed to Foster cooperative efforts for enactment of the voting rights Bill and the Alabama Boycott and to Challenge the seating of Mississippi congressmen

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