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Columbus Daily Telegram, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Columbus, NebraskaThe number year daily Telegram Columbus Nebraska monday december 20, 1965 evening except single copy break up rioting in Santo Domingo Santo Domingo up United slates and brazilian troop patrols in combat forma Tion today broke up a number of Small scale Riols in downtown Santo Domingo. The brazilians used tear Gas on two occasions to disperse mobs. The americans met Little resistance. They marched Down the Center of the Street while brazilians gave them flanking support with lines thrown up around Independence Square. Today s Riols followed a pitched Battle sunday Between so called constitutionalism forces and dominican air Force infantrymen in the nearby City of Santiago. U. Paratroops flown into the area broke up the Battle after nine hours of fighting. At least 26, and possibly 40, persons were killed. At least 26 persons were killed in the fighting sunday including col. Juan Lora Fernandez the former army chief of staff in the rebel government. Unofficial reports placed the death toll As High As 40. Six . Helicopters sped a Force of about 150 airborne troops to Santiago at he request of the provisional dominican government it was reported. A . Embassy spokesman said 15 americans who were wrapped in the Santiago hotel when the fighting broke out were rescued unharmed. Initial outbreak the fighting began when the dominican government troops opened up with machine gun and tank fire on the Maun hotel in Santiago where leaders of last april s rebel Ion attending a breakfast reception. Former rebel Leader col. Francisco Caamano deep who was among those at the hotel was not injured. The violence also spread into Santo Domingo 120 Miles to the South where rebel sympathizers angered by reports hat their leaders had been killed rioted and swarmed through the streets throwing Molotov cocktails and bombs and creeping barricades. A National policeman was reportedly Dis armed and shot with his own pistol by the mob. According to reports from Santiago the Battle Between Caamano s constitutionalists and the government air Force ground groups ended with . Helicopters ferrying the former rebels Back in the capital after first evacuating the americans and other foreign national1 caught in the Battle. The reports said the helicopters swooped onto the grounds of the Matun hotel and troops set up defensive posts and arranged for the evacuation of the civilians. Government troops stood by while other helicopters began shuttling the rebels Back to their Barracks in Santo Domingo. Cause Uncertain while there were conflicting reports As to what triggered the fight witnesses said that spor Alie gunfire erupted Early sunday during a Wreath laying ceremony by the constitutionalists at a cemetery in Santiago and then moved to the hotel. Troops of the dominican air Force surrounded the hotel with machine guns and heavy tanks and sent artillery fire rocketing into the Structure. Air Force planes flew Over the hotel at the height of the Battle but did not strafe or bomb he rebels witnesses said. Shortly after the Battle broke out at the hotel the govern ment of provision president Hector Garcia Godoy flashed a request for . Assistance. Helicopters lifted members of the . 82nd airborne division armed and wearing Gas masks to Santiago. Fierce fighting in Viet Nam astronauts undergoing additional medical tests gape Kennedy up Asl Ronals Frank bosnian and Lames Lovell Back on solid Earth after 14 Days in space and another at sea today relived the record return of gemini 7 and then underwent More medical tests in debrief Ings that will last until after Christmas. After a Good night s sleep in the Plush quarters they left dec. 4 for a fiery ride into orbit Borman and Lovell recalled in detail their reentry and recovery saturday in the first of the Day s tiring but vital debriefing sessions. The space champs got Down on paper As much As they remembered about the recovery operation and then faced a two hour appointment in the doctor s office. Hater they planned to discuss with engineers the details of the near flawless operation of their gemini 7 spacecraft. Tuesday s program Calls for a Day of talk about gemini 7 s experiments. Borman and Lovell Are scheduled to return to the manned spacecraft Center in Houston on wednesday for More of the extensive debrief Ings. The astronauts began their first full Day on solid ground since their space capsule roared off into space 16 Days ago to hold a cosmic Rendez Vous with gemini 6, set new endurance records and open up new vistas in the space Era. Jim and i Don t have an awful lot to say. It was a real great Borman said in what must have been one of the greatest understatement of the year. Only about 100 persons were on hand for the return of the space champs. There was no news conference but Borman made a few comments As he and Lovell passed Down a line shaking hands with space Agency officials who turned out to Welcome them Back to the Cape. The two space pilots new into the Cape aboard two Navy planes from the recovery Carrier Wasp which had plucked them from the Atlantic saturday ending their historic 14-Day flight. Shortly after Landing Here they were reunited with la Weir gemini 6 space pals Walter Schirra and Tom Stafford at the astronauts private quarters at nearby Merril Island. The last Lime they had met was 185 Miles up in space last wednesday when they stage he first rendezvous in space. As Borman and walked Down the hallway of the Crew quarters Schirra jumped from concealment and began giving hand signals such As those used to guide in planes on an aircraft Carrier deck. Merriment broke out and the two teams of Alro annuls Shook hands slapped one another on the Back and exchanged quips about the accuracy of their splashdown. Sancion up ii Cong guerrillas and communist terrorists struck in Ami around ground fighting was reported elsewhere in South Viet Nam. . 1552 bombers and Ameri can and vietnamese fighters resumed raids on communist targets in both North and South vial Nam with Clearing weather. Bal a precautions were taken in Saigon against the possibility of increased terrorism to Mark the fifth anniversary of the National liberation front. One incident was terrorist hurled a hand grenade at a . Army dump truck injuring five american service men Ami seven vietnamese civilians. Twelve Miles Northeast of Saigon four employees of an american construction company vanished while working outside the mine Field around the Bien Hoa air base and were believed captured by the Viet Cong. On the outskirts of Saigon an estimated company of Viet Cong launched an attack on a government outpost guarding a fuel dump. The sound of artillery and Small arms fire could be heard across the River in Saigon. Government forces claimed 55 communist guerrillas killed during the Day in to separate actions in the Plain of Reeds West of Saigon. Guam based b52 bombers blasted an area in the Washington pres. Johnson escorts West German Chancellor while House. Erhard starts series of top level talks with u. Officials by Merriman Smith up White House reporter Washington up West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard began a series of top level talks with u. Officials today on Germany s bid for an expanded role in nato nuclear defences. Before going to the White House for a meeting with president Johnson the visiting German Leader conferred with Secretary of stale Dean Husk and his key aides. A major topic of the iwo Day discussions was the nuclear sharing role that West Germany wants. On arrival sunday Erhard said he was seeking fair solution of give and accompanying him were West German foreign minister Gerhard Schroeder and defense minister Kai Uwe von Hassel. Erhard s visit was the third and last stage of a week Long venture into personal diplomacy by Johnson his most intensive since he entered the while House two years ago. The president was Host last week to president Mohammed Ayu Khan of Pakistan and British prime minister Harold Wilson. The West German Leader arrived Here amid rumours that lie germans were considering a modified version of a Multi lateral nuclear Force Milf largely the same As that proposed by Wilson last week. The Wilson plan which some diplomats believe would be a Larler along the Tricky Road of nato agreement was said to tentatively include an Allied nuclear Force to which Britain would donate the four Polaris submarines she expects to have by the end of 19g7 financial contributions by West Germany and probably Italy and the Netherlands and veto Power Over firing the weapons by each member of the Force. The various proposals All Start with the theory that unless West Germany is brought into closer Parli Cipa Tion in the Western nuclear deterrent she will eventually seek an Independent nuclear Arsenal of her own. Money notes being mailed to taxpayers the Platte county assessor s office his year is including several types of Money saving notes in taxpayers Auto lax statements. The first concerning new penalties which Are in store for delinquent taxpayers outlines the severe penalties. Everybody owning or holding properly or who must report for another plus every one 21 and Over must have a schedule in the assessor s office before March 1. Postmark of March 1 not acceptable or pay a Iki Nalty of no waiver and in addition to other penalties. Any exemption such As fire men s head lax must be asked for on original schedule in order to be granted. Total number of shares of Stock must be reported. Every business and every corporation must file a business or corporation schedule. Stock splits and Slock dividends must be reported. 2 concerning assessment of leased Cabins and their contents valuations of Cabins on leased property will be listed on tax forms and All personal properly located there must be listed. 3 trucks licensed in the county will receive a note with their statements requesting in formation about equipment placed on the vehicle such As Type of Box size or capacity Axle description year and Model and Host information. Ludwig Erhard left into the up telephoto w. Burzynski Dies rites wednesday Waller s. Burzynski 58, of 2822 8th Street former Colum bus City councilman and plate supervisor died sunday at is. Mary s Hospital. In poor health the past six years he had been hospitalized four weeks. Solemn High mass will be con ducted at a. M. Wednesday at St. Anthony Church with Rev. For. John Kent Burzynski son of the deceased officiating. Burial will be in is. Bonaventura cemetery. The body will lie in Siatua Ter 1 p. M. Tuesday at me kown funeral Home where Rosary is to be prayed at p. M. By the holy name society and at 8 p. M. By the Gen eral Public. Or. Burzynski was born aug. 2, 1897, the son of Mathias and Catherine Torczon Burzynski who Farmed seven Miles East of Columbus. He attended St. Francis Academy Here. On nov. 20. 1922. He was mar ried to Sophie Jazwiec. They resided in Havelock. Where or. Durzynski was a Railroad employee until returning to co Lumbus in 1924. Or. Burzynski a retired pos Tal employee was a Council Man from second Ward from april 1961, to april 1903. He had served on the county Board of supervisors from 1957 to i960. Lie served in the army and was discharged May 27, 1921, at Camp Mead. Md., after be ing in Headquarters company 5th engineers. He was also in the National guard with the collecting company 110th regiment. Or. Burzynski had been affiliated with the american legion and Volunteer fire depart ment. He was a member of the National Rifle association and was on the stale Rifle team com de Gaulle s win won t change France s Cool status toward . Paris up president Charles de Gaulle s reelection to a second seven year term will result in no change in the French government s deep freeze relations with the United slates informed sources predicted today. The sources added however the general s Victory Over Lef Lisl Francois Mitterrand in sunday s Nisnoff balloting will be followed by a dynamic new look policy in both the foreign and Domestic Fields. Provisional final official Vot ing figures for metropolitan France showed the 75-year-old de Gaulle winning 55 per cent of the ballots cast to 45 per cent for his 49-year-old opponent. The Lola is de Mitterrand de Gaulle now is expected to press for an Early meeting Wilh president Johnson i i9w. Although diplomatic relations arc not expected to emerge from the Chilly hibernation of recent years French govern ment officials said do Gaulle is anxious to meet personally with Johnson if the chief executive visits Europe on the Spring. Do Gaulle will be inaugurated Jan. 8, the same Day his present term ends. Premier Georges Pompidou and the Cabinet will resign Jan. 9, giving de Gaulle a free hand to make any government changes he May wish. Mitterrand backed by France s Large communist party and other leftists declined to Send a Telegram of congratulations to de Gaulle who received the results at his Colombey Les Deus leg loses country estate in Eastern France. The leftist candidate said he could nol congratulate the president because of the continuation for seven years of a bargain basement gaullist de Gaulle was nol planning to return to Paris before tuesday a government spokes Man said. There was a possibility he would make a television address to the Nalion later in the week. The Early notification of Victory enabled do Gaulle to retire for the night by 11 . Sunday. When not in Paris the general usually tells aides not to Telephone him except in Case of War. Mitterrand was not upset by. His defeat. After i am the first person Ever to shake de Gaulle out of his self Assurance. I have succeeded in forcing de Gaulle to fight for his political survival. Roosevelt Churchill and Stalin never did Goldie is Back in zoo Cage London up Goldie the Eagle was Back in a maximum Security Cage at London zoo today Back Wilh his mate Regina at the end of his latest flight for Freedom. Goldie an eight Pound Fin Nish Eagle was recaptured sunday when he swooped Down on a dead rat placed As bail in Regent s Park and was pinioned by a zoo keeper. It ended five Days of Freedom and the same International publicity which accompanied a previous escape last March. The times of commented today Goldie s capture was a sad Little Story and suggested the Eagle should be set free in the finnish wilds where lie was first trapped in 1959. British bookmakers also were saddened but for different reasons. Most gave 6 to 4 Odds the elusive Eagle would caught before Christmas Day. All indications were that Goldie will remain at the zoo in North Central la Idon. That is until he escapes again. Cling at Camp Perry Ohio in 1938, 1939 and 1940. A roman Catholic or. Bur Zynski was a member of the holy name society. Surviving Are his wife one son for. John Kent Burzynski o.f.m., Cleveland 0. Five daughters mrs. Lorraine Phil lips Bloomington iii., mrs. Gloria Daughtry mrs. Rita Boe Siger and mrs. Rosalie Wiegley of Omaha and mrs. Jane Lan Gan of Columbus 16 grandchildren and five skiers mrs. Polly Jazwiec of Bellwood mrs. Mary Rozmus and mrs. V e r a Pfeifer of Columbus mrs. Ann Krzycki of Genoa and mrs. Margaret fort of Ventura Calif. Or. Burzynski was preceded in death by an infant daughter his parents Stepfather Felix Zakrewski Brothers Peter and Frank and Sisters. Julia Czar Nik his twin Catherine at two years and Katherine. Accident report sunday 1 1 total a Tiff Lait in Lurk fatality it 1 communist War zone d North of Saigon around noon. Near hoi an in South Viet Nam Aboul 350 mites Northeast of Saigon two Light Suiter planes collided in flight killing All four crewmen. One was a u. Army plane the other n vietnamese air Force aircraft. Officials of he Raymond Morrison Knudsen co. Said they were checking records to determine the identity of the four men who vanished while working outside the mine Field ringing the bin Hoa base. The base is Only a few Miles from the communist infested zone d. There were conflicting re ports on whether the missing men were four americans or three americans and their vietnamese Driver. The attack on the dump truck was the Only terrorist incident reported in this Sillery capital on the fifth anniversary of the National liberation front Viet but the sounds of heavy mortar fire could be heard from across the Saigon River where guerrillas were reported to have attacked a government Post. Heavy fighting was reported elsewhere in South Viet Nam. There were rumours during the Day that Viet Cong agents were cruising the streets of Saigon in an automobile con Taining 200 pounds of High explosives to be used against quarters housing u. Service men. Police alerted civilian police set up Road blocks throughout the City searching vehicles and suspicious looking pedestrians. U. Maps roamed the City arresting american servicemen found on the streets in violation of the military curfew and warning american civilians to return to their Homes. A 7 . To 5 . Curfew was imposed on All foreign servicemen As a precaution against communist terrorist attacks. Two terrorists one a 15-year old toy. Hurled two grenades sunday night at a group of vietnamese National police wounding Throe of them. One of the communists was immediately Cut Down by machine gun fire near the Phu Tho race track and the boy a Tuynh Daug by. Surrendered. A u. Air Force f1c5 Jet bomber was shot Down on a raid Over North Viet Nam today but ils Pilot was rescued and returned to the american airbase at Danang. The f105 was lost 45 Miles South of the key port of Haiphong which last week was disrupted when air Force planes bombed a Power Plant 14 Miles from the cily limits in an escalation of the air attacks. Air missions luring the weekend were hampered by overcast weather and rain. U. S., Britain working quietly on possibility of holding peace talks Washington up United Stales and Britain Are working quietly to explore the slim Chance that North Viet Nam May be trying to Man Euver herself into peace talks behind the Back of her giant neighbor red China. The North vietnamese re Gime appears on the surface to be loudly denying any such intent. Hanoi radio denounced he slate department s disclosure last week of recent exchanges on he subject of weather report continued fair mild peace As pure fabrication completely the White House had no comment on the Hanoi Broad cast. This too appeared to dash whatever Hopes for Early peace talks May have been raised by last Friday s disclosure of the Exchange in which North vietnamese president to Chi Minh had been quoted As saying he was prepared to go anywhere to meet to arrange peace. His alleged remark was 44 at i . 30 Low this morning 42 High sunday 21 Tow sunday 52 High saturday 29 High year ago 0 Tow your ago Sunrise tuesday Sunset tuesday by United International the Weatherman said today nebraskans can look Forward to a very pleasant week with skies generally sunny and Imper a explosion at Dale Plant firemen Early this morning rushed to Dale electronics Plant no. 6, former Hab co building after an explosion caused evacuation of the manufacturing building. The mysterious explosion of cured from an electric air dry ing filter which err pled near the South Wall of the building. Company officials said that none of the 30 to 40 employees in lire room were near the device and no one was Hurt. A general fire alarm was Lurn de in but no fire resulted. The blast rocked tote Plant and badly frightened the employees at about . Won t authorize signing of warrants outside of office Lincoln treasurer Fred Sorensen has said he will not authorize the signing of state warrants outside his Capi Toi office. He referred to plans by the new department of administrative services to have warrants mass signed on a computer after april 1. Sorensen said he does t care what kind of arrangements the administrative services depart ment has made. I intend to fulfil my responsibility to the taxpayers and that requires that i sign the warrants in my he said. The signatures of Sorensen and administrative services director Willard Townsend must appear on All stale warrants be fore they Are valid. A warrant is a Legal claim against the state Treasury. Lures Well above average. The immediate forecast Calls for generally fair and mild conditions through tuesday and the five Day forecast says conditions won t change much from Day to Day through saturday. Normal highs this time of year Are in the 30s and Normal lows Are in the teens. Tempera lures through saturday Are sex peeled to Range from four to eight degrees above Normal. Little if any precipitation is indicated during the week. Lows tonight will vary from the Low 20s Central to 3fts East. Highs tuesday will be near 50. The Panhandle will have lows tonight of 15 to 25, followed by highs tuesday of 45 to 55. Norfolk had the stale High of 52 sunday and Scottsbluff had the overnight Low of 24. Nebraska generally fail through tuesday and continued mild. Low tonight lower 20s Central to 30 East. High tuesday near 50. Eastern Nebraska continued fair and mild through tuesday. Low tonight 25-30. High tuesday Aboul 50. Nebraska the Lempera Tures through saturday will average 4-8 degrees above Normal. Normal highs Range in the lower 30s. Normal lows in the lower teens. Temperatures will be above Normal most of the per Iod with Only minor Day to Day changes. Little or no precipitation is expected. Reported by two italian professors who interviewed him in Hanoi last month. They said North Viet Nam appeared ready to Start peace talks without demanding prior withdrawal of . Forces in South Viet Nam although other conditions were imposed. The Hanoi broadcast did nol Surprise . Or British officials who have often seen contradictions Between Aba. Hanoi has said publicly and what visitors to Iho communist capital claimed they were loll privately. Britain and the United state have agreed that Britain will continue to probe Hanoi s position on peace not As a . Agent but As co chairman of the Geneva peacekeeping machinery for Southeast Asia. One underlying question to be examined is whether Hanoi privately is More willing for peace talks than its red chinese backers want it to be or than it would like the chinese to know. To some observers this could explain he pattern of privately reported peace hints from Hanoi followed by Public denials. Others feel Hanoi s leaders simply Are themselves not ready to talk peace and that the reports of peace feelers Are a combination of propaganda deliberate confusion and the sometimes Loo hopeful reporting of intermediaries. Chief Washington up Asa. V. Shannon Omaha has been named chief of the engineering division of the . Army corps of engineers Southwest division in Dallas. Tex. Today s Index 20 pages editorial Page 4 news Page 11 sports Page 12 area Page 13 classified Page 14 15 draft Law May be challenged Washington up the Pentagon is watching with some concern the possibility that the nation s current draft Law May be challenged on constitutional grounds. Officials assume that a new draft Law would be promptly enacted by Congress if the present selective service act were invalidated by the courts. Nevertheless defense Man Power experts Are letting it be known that it would Cost a minimum of billion More a year to maintain . Armed forces at crisis strength without the draft. This would add As much As 40 per cent to the present Cost of the nation s military establish ment which already totals about half the budget and would include doubling and tripling pay and incentive allowances in the lower . The american civil liberties Union Acle is considering whether to make a test Case of one of the 10 students who lost their deferment after being arrested in a sit in demonstration against Viet Nam policy at Ann Arbor. Mich., oct. 15. Sen. Philip a. Hart a Mich. Last week rejected an explanation by it. Gen. Lewis Hershey director of selective service that the students were guilty of trespassing and interfering Wilh the operation of the draft Law. Hart said the guilt of the students was not established by judicial process. He said selective service had acted As judge and jury in n Way that May have violated the Slud cols rights of free speech and petition. Shoppers Columbus stores open tonight. Tuesday thursday til 9

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