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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Ironwood, Michigan Temperatures m or. Period to 11 . 65 46. Previous 24 or. Period 79 48. Year ago High 54 Low 43. Season s Snow 176.5 in. Snow year ago 202 in. Ironwood daily Globe forecasts partly Cloudy with some Brief Light showers tonight. Warmer tonight. Sun Day variable cloudiness and warmer. Low tonight 38 to 46, High sunday 65 to 75. 46th year number 138. Associated press leased wire news service Ironwood Michigan saturday evening May 1, 1965. Twelve pages single copy 10 cents. . Looks to Oas to enforce cease fire heavy fighting is continuing at Santo Domingo rebel leaders do not have control of men by Robert Berrellez Santo Domingo Domin ican Republic a heavy firing continued in this rebel lion 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 admit Ted they did not have Complete control of their men who in clude armed civilians and dissident Young military officers. Much of the firing was in the Vicinity of the . Embassy where one . Marine was j killed Friday. J jumbled clerk Herb Hanscom left . Defense department and store owner Arthur j. Lustig Start a Long Job of Unser arb spokesmen in Washington said Ling hundreds of items scattered in aisles by earthquake in 14 marines and 4 paratroopers Seattle. This scene was repeated scores of times in stores have been wounded in clashes i throughout the shaken Pacific Northwest. A wire photo with the rebels. They were the first casualties among the ., forces landed to protect can civilians. Fighting went on through the Viet Cong arms include red China East German weapons Saigon South Viet Nam i Friday during a three Day oper a a big Cache of captured Atlon in coastal mangrove j amps you Mues South night in the eerie Light of Para Chute flares. The soviet news Agency Tass communist China asks support of guerrillas Tokyo a communist announced that the soviet in China called on foreign Dele Ion had asked for an emerged Gates in peking for Mav Day by meeting of the . Security Council to consider the Situa tion in the dominican Republic i guerrillas m South Viet Nam Tass called the . Landings and cont Mue. The struggle celebrations to support the red armed intervention in the internal affairs of the dominican against imperialism let us drink a Toast to the new aggressive vietnamese peo rtt it of a i i nor Rrt to i of . pie s patriotic struggle against the soviet move. . Ambassador w. Tapley Bennett announced the cease fire went into effect at . Friday but indicated to news men 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. Bennett said the rebels and the opposing military Junta had agreed to submit the dispute to German heavy machine guns weapons Cache described As especially suited i Cong were captured and 42 for use As antiaircraft weapons suspects rounded the announcement came As up. The government said. Saigon girded itself for possible South vietnamese casualties trouble during the May 1 Given three killed and Holiday. Eleven wounded. The arms Cache was found most of the communist dead i apparently resulted from air strikes by helicopters and fighter bombers. About 60 guerrillas were machine gunned by . Helicopters As they tried to swim across a Small River. Civilians in the area were warned of the air strikes by leaflets and loudspeakers and new York a the some were said to have i overseas press club presenter poured into government-con-1 a memorial tribute Friday night trolled areas. Tribute is paid to e. R. Murrow the . State department i aggression to the Victory said in Washington it would iof the struggle of the asian of have no immediate comment on flan and latin american coun tries against communist chinese Premier Chou in Lai told a reception in peking. His remarks were reported by the new China news Agency. All peace Loving nations and last act starts in flood tragedy by John d. Mccla1n Hannibal to. A the arbitration by an organization Mississippi River lapped at of american states commission store fronts in Hannibal today a special Oas foreign minis-1as rive men prepared for the ters meeting was called in last act in a flood tras Edv which Washington and an Oas peace a Ulii i int Meir votes 12-. Carto boat sold brings several Calls and Cost their air other Lolet look ill Foi is Rel like lir one in this result 12 it Carton Sopoci in Quiric hair la v 000 it used sporting Sjo ods equip ment Adf buyers v Hon Tell tnlk1 r to Fli in if Ilour the the a 1 f., 1 on the Range and in the Ontonagon country it s the Ironwood daily Globe want get Quick action Resuli phone 932-2211 for Mill meet with King and Forman some of their colleagues. At a news conference Friday King emphasized in a joint Belafonte and the two civil statement that differences have rights leaders said they Chis against the backlash of the River Tokyo newspapers reported. Johnson ordered american been exaggerated and that he cussed no issues at the first one q the biggest rallies was i troops to land on the territory of i and Forman Are working to-1 meeting in Atlanta on april 21 continued upstream. A critical spot is North of held in Tokyo s 1964 olympic Quincy 111. Where the North Sid e Village where speakers de the dominican Republic. On the same Day 400 . Marines of a levee at the Rock Creek bounced the United states and part of a contingent earlier Dis damage District is slowly being demanded eaten away by the River it is from Asia. Adjacent to a levee in the Indian Tomomi . Withdrawal patched to the shores of the do Narita Secretary District which splintered general of the socialist part earlier this week and sent the said the United states must Gether. King is president of the in agreement with the Ern Christian leadership Belafonte said report Ference and Forman is exec eng the joint talks were meant tipped the scale in Abel s favor. Abel himself is an accessible some feel that the heading a big As the steelworkers May change this. During the Campaign Abel frequently accused Mcdonald of Tuxedo of spending warships re Republic by american Twe Secretary of the student Clear he air. Patch up differ invaded its Territo nonviolent coordinating Mittee. On the next Day the number Fonte had been called in to act very fruitful. In general As an objective observer in re Are in agreement on lot of a steelworkers president joint strongest voices in solving issues at two meetings the statement said River rolling Over about 10.000 withdraw from Viet Nam and i of american troops reached acres of Farmland. I Okinawa and get out of j 700." the Crest has subsided at lev Kaoru Ota chairman of the yes at Dubuque Clinton and left Wing Council of labor said rebellion Davenport. Iowa and Moline. The United states is an a of the civil rights leaders. Choice of tactics by Sulc and East Moline and Rock Island. Pressor and unless it gets out of 10 have collapsed Belafonte stood with King and a acc was difficult and that 111 but the water still pushes it Viet Nam and Asia there can Boi Vientiane Laos a Forman at the news conference they had agreed to Foster to the Sodden dikes. Peace and the half month old rebellion at in a downtown motor hotel and operative efforts for enactment workers battled the Mer it police estimated per Pasane by laotian army immediately afterwards returned of the voting rights Bill and the the joint statement also re in the Field sealed that Singer Harry Bela com 1 fences and Avert is Sion when King and Forman Are safety of americans and foreign nationals and preserve Law and the president implied that a communist take Over was Possi signs that people trained outside the dominican Republic Are seeking to gain control Over the rebel move ment and that this threatens 1 the principles of the inter Amer ican system. Earlier Secretary of state Dean Rusk told newsmen after see 10. Smokey Saytto Union sources pointed out King said the discussion was conferences in the White House Are the natural it Siador s councils. Power firm granted Niota. 111., where soft spots kept sons attended the Tokyo rally appearing in the dikes other estimates put the number reinforced soft spots or boils at Tat a half million. Fort Madison Iowa just across chinese nationalist the Muddy River. The . Army corps of Engi neers estimated the record floods had caused about Mil lion Buque Jowa and Hannibal. Premier . Yen said in Taipei Formosa that labourers under the nationalist regime were free men troops Loyal to exiled Gen. Thoumi Nosavan appeared to have collapsed today with re port that its Leader had fled to the neighbouring Thailand. Diplomatic sources said co o Nel Khaki of whom the govern while those in communist China i ment plans to execute if Cap to a discussion of issues. Projects and problems with them. Forman who made few re Marks at the conference said Belafonte was not a Media however the soft spoken be Alabama Boycott and to Chai-1 Lansing a Consumers Lenge the seating of Mississippi Power co. Has been granted congressmen. It also said careful consideration had been Given to recurring charges of communist infiltration in the civil rights move permission by the state Public service commission to construct i a 4.? mile pipeline from its St. Clair compressor station to the Ira Gas storage Field in Ira ment. Concluding that tar township St. Clair county. Cost j a i Oliv 114v.11l. .11 4. To Iliew in damage Between do were slaves who had to work tured had crossed the Mekong Lafonte said it would be incur charges were designed to us of the construction is estimated half starved. I River to Thailand. Rect to say there were not some rust and Divide the movement i at newspaper is the Forest s prime 6wl newspaper

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