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   Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1964, Dover, Ohio                                Fage The Pafly Ohio May Action In Asia Crisis Nctown Lions Hear n E n I a Preps For Broad Talk On Philippines By JOHN HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON AP Evi dence was building today that the United States was preparing for broader military action in Southeast Asia unless the crisis there cools off Secretary of State Dean Rusk unfurled the warning signals in a speech Friday He ac cused Red North Viet Nam of aggression against Laos and South Viet and he de clared the South Viet Nam war may be expanded if the Com munists persist in their course of The blunt words from the usually mild Rusk were taken as a possibility of action directly against North Viet a move that has drawn increasing dis cussion here since the Laotian crisis began developing a week Rusk said the United States has made it clear it is not going to abandon people and he is a signal which must be read with great care in other particularly Hanoi and On the diplomatic Rusks speech before the Amer ican Law Institute meeting here also indicated the United States and its allies had received no encouragement in their efforts to persuade the Communists to end their drives in Southeast There were persistent reports President Johnson will make some basic on the course in Southeast Asia within the next few Beefing up its force in South east the United States has moved a carrier task force into the South China Sea off South Viet The carrier will be used to launch Navy Crusader jets on reconnaissance missions over Communist Pathet Lao areas in One such swooping in for lowlevel was reported hit by Pathet Lao ground fire but made it back to the carrier Kitty The State Department dis closed that the first reports from the reconnaissance flights have been turned over to the Laos government and the Internation al Control Commission charged with supervising Laos neutrali ty The Soviet Union denounced policy Friday as the main source of tension in Southeast Asia but backed a French all for a new 14nation conference to restore peace in It was part of a flurry of dip lomatic activity centering on the strife in But the renewal of border conflict between Cam bodia and South Viet Nam and increased Communist activity against the South Vietnamese government stirred Western fears for all of South east Okinawa AP A flurry of military activity on the largest base in the reflects increased Southeast Asian C124 Air Force transports left Kadena air field throughout the night for an unannounced desti Military officials refused to day to comment on the move saying the information could come only from Washing but the armed forces mach inery evidently has moved into high Despite the the flow of offduty servicemen through offbase theaters and clubs indicated that no mass troop movement was Informed sources said the fighterinterceptor squadrons at the Naha air base are at peak alert Mobile Marine Corps units of the 3rd Division have been but this is not un A Marine battalion spear headed the landings for Allied maneuvers in Thailand during the Laotian crisis of A Army spokesman here refused to comment on the pos sibility of the 173rd Airborne Brigade being called to move A fully equipped Marine bat talion is at sea with the 7th Laos Neutrals In Poor Shape By TONY ESCODA Laos Kong Le made a flying trip from the north to this admini strative capital today and said the situation of his embattled neutralist troops is very Dressed in civilian Kong Le met immediately with Premier Prince Souvanna for their first facetoface talk since the proCommunist Pathet Lao drove him from the stra tegic Plaine des Jarres last Kong Le gave his pessimistic assessment of the military sit uation in a brief exchange with an Associated Press reporter after merging from his meeting with Then he drove away in a car with the generals who led the rightist coup of April Kou prasith Abhay and Siho Lan He indicated he would return soon to Ban the hilltop re doubt of rightist Meo guerrillas where he has established an emergency command post with survivors of the Red The government plans to seek military and economic aid from the United Britain and France to stem the Communist Souvanna made the an nouncement Friday as jets continued reconnaissance flights overPathet Lao One plane a Navy RF8 Cru sader jet was hit by Pathet Lao ground fire but made it back to an American carrier in the South China sourc es in Washington said the plane had been slightly damaged and the pilot was officials indicated that the flights would ering information on Pathet Lao military movements as well as serving as a warning to the Com munists of American determina tion in Southeast In Washington there were new indications that the United States is preparing to expand its military role in Southeast Asia if Communist pressures does not ease on Laos and South Viet officials said they had not yet received the Laotian request for help but disclosed the un armed jet reconnaissance planes had been sent aloft Thursday at Souvannas Souvanna told newsmen that we are going to ask aid from the United States and Britain both military and eco nomic for the defense of the countrys We are now in the process of establishing our The United States withdrew its military advisors from Laos after the 1962 Geneva agreement guaranteeing the independence and neutrality of the little land locked kingdom under a co alition government of neutralists and The coalition has never been able to establish effective and the poltical tugofwar has been reflected in the repeated clashes between the military arms of each There were no reports of any new The Pathet Lao who drove the neutralist army from the Plaine des Jarres this appeared halt ed by monsoon WIFE miles from the scene of the an ardent Gaullist and member of the French Na tional was not seri ously injured in the nor was The gunmen ap parently lay in ambush in a stolen panel truck as Dassaults car stopped in front of their luxurious home facing the Bois Dassault tried to free herself as the kidnap car rolled She threw herself to the but the men bundled her into the car and sped maker of the super sonic atomic the Mirage telephoned No immediate motive was although there was some speculation that remnants of the antiDe Gaulle Secret Army may have had a hand in Two motorists chases the get away but it outdistanced them on the freeway leading to Versailles and Dassault designed the propel ler for the famed World War I Spad fighter plane and built various military and civilian planes from 1918 to He now is producing the su jet Mys tere Mirage The fourth in the Mirage is to haul Frances nuclear bomb as the backbone of de Gaulles nuclear striking The Dassaults have two sonst Claude and By Sally Duffy Telephone HY 87839 Ri presided when the Lions Club met Thursday night in the He in troduced Lloyd direc tor of the Agricultural Re search Station at who in turn presented the guest speak Regulo Balo of the Philip Balo holds a bachelor of sci ence degree in forestry from the University of the Philippines and is regional supervisor of re forestation administration of the Department of Agriculture and Natural He is making an 8 month training tour of forestry projects in the under spon sorship of the Eisenhower Ex change Fellowship Though reforestation administration is his primary Balo is con cerned with all forestry fields and Balo spoke on his countrys resistance to the Japanese dur ing War II and how af ter the war the government dealt with Communist elements by giving them land Riley announced that the June 4 meeting will be installation of The annual family pic nic will be held June 18 in Cy Young Amother daughter tea was held Thursday night by the Womans of Presbyte rian Church in the David presi welcomed 43 members and guests Ralph program read from Proverbs and presented a Mother of fol lowed by William Ourant introduc ed a Through These which tells of the med ical work being done at the You si University Medical College and Hospital in The hospital was developed a reputation as an eye and each year about cataract operations are Refreshments were served by the Friendship Circle from ta bles decorated with spring flow A plant was presented to each member and guest The June 18 meeting will be in the church with the Functional A play will be presented by members of the association and the Patri cia Circle will be John Craigo presided when 17 members of the Daugh ters of America met Thursday The second denomination of of ficers was held and Jen ny who has been was reported A sack lunch will be featured at the June 4 meeting in the Odd Fellows Charles State Road was hostess Thurs day night to the Friendship Circle of the First Baptist George Wilson presided and devotions and a Joy in Our Hearts were given by The Mission magazine was re viewed and questions Wilson appointed Arthur Addy and Charity Gadd to serve on the nominating Dull was reported and cards were also sent to Nellie Stoffer and Ida Following the the group made cancer The meeting closed with Roy Smith and Charles Little were cohostesses when past noble grands of Frees Rebekah Lodge met last night in the home of Smith of 534 Beaver Chester Randies presid ed and Sheila Shaffer hd It was announced that the of the past no ble grands of District 6 will be held in IOOF Hall in The social committee will be Harry Chambers and Gladys decorating com Ruby Wilson and Fred Reed and kitchen Bernice Smith and Randies presented the program at last nights meeting which consisted of readings by Ruby Wil Shaffer and Ray Robert Hayer of 241 Canal was hostess last night to her bingo Carl Lenzo was a guest and received a Club prizes were award ed to Charles Jim Styer and Virgil Er Styer of Chestnut will be hostess June McClure of 442 Canal was hostess last night to the Tri Bridge prizes were won by Herman Hud Erwin Johns and Robert The club will not meet again until Twentytwo members of the Heller Foremans Club met last night in the club house for a stew supper and euchre tourna The tournament was won by Mont Walter Miller and Curt Former Area Pastor Accepts College Post Donald former pastor of the Schoenbrunn and Dover South Moravian Church has been named Dean of Men at Moravian College in effective a Moravian Col lege and Theological Seminary has a psychology instructor at the college since He also holds a master of arts degree from Butler Uni Elks Initiate 2 Two new members were init iated when Dover Elks Lodge met Thursday They are Fred Swegheimer of 515 3rd and Dalton Red Stalder of 614 4th Plans were made for the June 27 Exalted Rulers Dance from 10 to 2 in the lodge hall with dancing provided by the Elaine Shively Ad mission will be per couple and outoftown Elks may at 3 Get Hospital Aid DENNISON Three persons received emergency treatment ui Twin City Hospital yesterday Ronald of Mid vale lacerated his chin in a fall on the school playground George injured his arm in an agitator slip tank when he slipped while working at the Scio Pottery and Henry had a foreign object removed from bis Both   

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