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Eau Claire Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - May 22, 1965, Eau Claire, Wisconsin The daily Telegram vol. Xxx no. 121 18 pages United press International eau Claire Wisconsin saturday afternoon May 22, 1965 associated press 2 sections Price ten cents some Gas to leave dominican peace Chippewa Man student Here in collision of at an organization of american states session Friday night. This Marks the first pullout since the Vanguard of some 23,-000 . Marines and paratroopers went ashore at Santo Domingo april 28. Washington a prospects for a solution of the dominican crisis have at last taken a marked turn for the better in the opinion of Johnson administration strategists. The first withdrawal of american troops has been ordered. Chances for a permanent ceasefire Are believed brightening. Candidates to take part in a moderate interim dominican government Are becoming available. Job far from finished in reporting this however . Officials cautioned that much remains to be done. They said some inter american forces with a sizable . Contingent May have to remain on the Caribbean Island for months. . Ambassador Ellsworth Bunker announced the withdrawal of some 1,700 . Troop three Hurt girl reported critical bombers strike closer to Hanoi Santo Domingo dominican Republic apr the United nations sought today to expend the 24-hour truce in the i dominican Republic into a lasting cease fire. Before the shooting stopped at noon Friday the military situation had developed into a standoff Between the two warring factions. This made diplomats optimistic on the cease fire prospects. Yanks in Middle the civilian military Junta fought with tanks and machine guns right up to the deadline Friday and was reported to have crushed rebel resistance in Northern Santo Domingo. This left the rebels with their downtown stronghold which is sealed off by . Troops who have strict orders not to allow armed forces from either Side through their lines. The area is about 8 City blocks wide and 12 blocks Long. The truce which was to end at Moon today was negotiated by the red Cross and the United nations to evacuate the dead and wounded. Secretary general u Thant told the . Security Council Friday that his representative in Santo Domingo. Jose Antonio Mayobre was try ing to extend it another 24 a hours. Jordan and several other nations were working on a Resolution which would have the 11-nation Security Council Call for a lasting cease fire. In Washington . Strateg-1 its said prospects for a solution to the dominican crisis have taken a turn for the better and chances for a permanent ceasefire Are brighter. They cautioned that much remained to 1 be done. Some Gas to leave the United states announced it would withdraw some 1,700 of its 23,000 troops in the dominican Republic. The number to be pulled out is about equal to the number of troops being sent in by latin american nations under the auspices of the organization of american states. . Officials said a sizable . Contingent and some inter american forces May have to remain on the Caribbean Island for months. The United states has been pressing for a coalition government which could run the country until a permanent government is elected. Saigon Viet Nam a a i massive Force of . Air Force planes slammed bombs into the Quang Suoi military Barracks in North Viet Nam today in the closest raid so far to the communist capital of Hanoi. Ninety air Force jets destroyed 37 buildings in the target area which stretched from 55 to 60 Miles due South of Hanoi . Military spokesmen said. On one previous occasion . Planes had gone nearer to Hanoi but that was to drop leaflets. All the planes returned safely a and no enemy aircraft were seen a . Spokesman said. No planes were reported lost in today a series of air strikes which began with Small scale Navy reconnaissance raids shortly after Midnight and ended with the mass assault on Quang Soui Barracks Early this i afternoon. Forty . Air Force f105 thunderchief bombers struck the Quang Soui Barracks es-1 sorted by 50 support jets. A . Spokesman said the it aircraft ranged Over the target area for 45 minutes. Then the air Armada moved fatal crash Robert Guthrie 22, Chippewa Falls Driver of the car above was killed about 12 30 a in. Today when his Auto was involved in a collision at he 53 and uth j with the car driven below by Max Fox 20. Of 4164 w. Grand ave. Eau Claire. Bonita Skapyak 18, Clear Lake a passenger in the Guthrie car is in critical condition at Luther Hospital. Fox and his passenger Jean Hanson. 19. Of 527 fall st., were also treated at Luther. The mishap occurred just outside the City limits in Chippewa county. Official killed by assassins in Guatemala Guatemala City Guatemala up a terrorists believed to be communists assassinated Guatemala a vice minister of National defense Friday in a bold Daylight ambush carried out with Gangland precision. The murder of col. Ernesto Molina Arreaga in a Guatemala suburb raised to new Heights political tension in this already troubled Central american Republic. Officials said Molina a car was machine gunned in the out a skirts of this capital about noon. I killers escape the killers got away in another car. Molina a chauffeur was shot and wounded police a said but other details of the j assassination were unclear. Guatemala has been under an officially a declared a state of siege for two months. Col. Enrique Peralta Azur Dia who seized Power in a coup do eat on March 31, 1963, invoked the state of siege following a wave of terrorism which he blamed on communists trying to take Over the country. A bomb goal of red China expert . Remains ready of a tests . Finance question still not resolved israeli ambassador assailed by russians Moscow up the soviet Union has stepped up its Campaign to discourage contacts Between israeli diplomats and russian jews by launching a personal attack against israeli ambassador Yosef Tekoa h. Friday night the government newspaper Izvestia accused Tekoah of handing out pro israeli literature and trinkets in the Black sea port of Odessa where there is a sizable jewish news service considers satellite Senate leaders say votes to limit debate committed the Abc application would be i followed with the greatest interest. Thomason noted that upits interests were not confined to the Domestic scene j a Tupi presently serves More than 6,000 newspapers radio stations and television stations world wide and subject to the acceptance by governmental regulatory agencies could deliver its entire news new spic Ture new film and audio reports via satellite affording its subscribers the most economical and efficient delivery and news collection system available a he said. A the capacity of satellite transmission makes an Effort by the news Industry entirely teas Ible and up is exploring this possibility. It is our Hope thai the controlling government agencies in the various coun tries will recognize the importance of press communications and encourage Independent sys terns in this recognized by dad robber wounds self West Palm Beach. Fla. Apr an armed robber masked by a silk stocking shot himself three times Friday after he was recognized trying to hold up his own father. Bleeding profusely from three head wounds John Freeman Walden 20, fled the scene. His father Ira owner of a paint store called the police who apprehended Young Walden at the Home of a Friend. She arrived in her special luxury train to spend the weekend at Salem Abbey with a sister in Law the Home of the dowager mar Gravine marchioness of Baden. Tile mar Gravine and her son the present Margrave met the train in an open Carriage drawn by two Snow White horses and took Elizabeth and Prince Philip Home Over cobbled medieval streets packed with cheering villagers. Women a news editorial. W a earlier Wisconsin a fair and cooler tonight. Partly Cloudy sunday with Little temperature change Chance of widely scattered thunderstorms Southwest. Minnesota partly Cloudy and a Little cooler tonight and sunday with showers or thunderstorms Likely Southwest tonight and South and Central portions sunday. Kutu Ruliff Houston Tex. A pupils observed thursday As a Sloppy Day at Robert e. Lee High school. Some looked s o Sloppy they were sent Home. Principal Woodrow Watts was not alarmed. He said the pupils were merely a reacting normally for this time of t h e comics obituaries markets. Daily records classified. Builders. 5-6-7 b 8-9a

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