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Cullman Times Democrat (Newspaper) - July 28, 1968, Cullman, Alabama Weather today mostly Lair and warm except for widely scattered afternoon and evening thundershowers. High today 91, Low tonight go. Smith Lake level 505, 25. The Cullman times a Bible thought for the Day lit your manner of life to worthy of tha f of pol of 1 27. Son that won r or us Admi raid per v our act h ii Square with our professions. 66�?Th year no. 188 Cullman Alabama sunday morning july 28, 1968 to o of per copy Iii news beat revivals Are now in Progress tin Ough Friday at the following churches West Point Baptist 7 30 ., Rev. Ralph Hallbrook evangelist and pleasant Grove Baptist to . And 7 ., Hollis Phillips evangelist. Marriage licenses were issued to Stanley Learl Haynes 19, Holly Pond 2, and Earlene Hamby 17, Hayden i Ernest Lee Vest 34, Hartselle 3, and Paulette Haywood 25, talladega2 Larry Daniel i Arr 23, Cullman 8, and Geraldine Thomas 18, Holly Pond i Gerald George Kelly 20, Cullman i and Diann Laree Chambers 18, 1309 -5th St. Vav. Bobby Joe Davenport 21,Selma, and Mary Carolyn Wakefield 22, Carbon Hill and Ennis Lee Stone 18, Guntersville i and Jeanette Susan Hayes 17, Arab 2. City police reported a minor traffic Accident at 9 , i riday at the intersection of 2nd St. And 2nd ave., involving Ronald Lee Holt 22, Vinemont driving a 68 Chevy owned by Cumberland capital corp., and Mary Jackson Perkins i 1104 1st St. W., driving a egg Plymouth. State troopers reported two minor traffic accidents Friday. On Basch rd., 2.5 Miles n. Of Cullman at 5 30 .,there was a collision involving Ricky Lee Dutton 20, Cullman 2, driving a �?T64 Chevy and Ira Willie b. Hauler 38, Cullman 2, driving a a i Chevy. Two Miles e. Of Cullman on county re. 38 at 7 20 ., there was a collision involving Joseph Larry Horsley 19, Cullman 3, driving a �?T57 Pontiac and de Scheinert 50, Hanceville 4, driving a a go Buick. City police reported the following arrests thursday and Friday one for driving while intoxicated one for running red Light three for no Driver s License and two tor reckless driving. Holly Pond senior citizens will hold their annual picnic at the Home of mrs. Ida Whatley thursday. Correction the times regrets an error in an Accident report july in which concerned Helen Chapell Briarcliff rd., and Fraya Ray Cullman. The two women had each parked their cars in Cullman shopping Center parking lot. The door to mrs. Rays car was open apparently slightly touching mrs. C a Pella a car. When mrs. Chapell pulled her car Forward to leave the parking lot the door to mrs. Ray s caught against car. Rev. Frank Butts revival is now in Progress at Robertson Chapel congregational Church six Miles s. Of Addison on Hwy. 41. Services Are at 7 30 each evening through Friday with special singing each night. Rev. Frank c. Butts is the evangelist. He is pastor of Hanceville Assembly of god. Rev. Homer Barnes pastor of Robertson Chapel invites the Public to attend obituaries or. John w. Mcdaniel or. John w. Mcdaniel 53, 42 Lar Wood drive died yesterday morning at his residence. Funeral services will be today at Moss service Chapel at 2 00 With interment at Hartselle City cemetery. Or. Mcdaniel is survived by his wife. Mrs. A Iene Mcdaniel 2 daughters mrs. Betty Owen and mrs. Patricia Kinzer two Stepsons or. Jack Dossy or. Donald one stepdaughter miss Beverly Dossy and two Brothers. Rabies clinic r Abies c Lime will be held tues Day july 30th at Keeton a building Supply 4 Roy Belles gro., 5 Chandlery a gro., Fairview g czech liberals stand Pat russians warned hands off Pragit up unflinching czech leaders saturday told Russia to keep its hands off Czechoslovakia a affairs and warned that any attempt to mobilize the stalinist to overthrow the Reform regime was doomed to failure. Deputy Premier Ota Sik economic brain of prague�?T8 a liberalization a Campaign accused stalinist still insult tin communist in Rev of trying to foment a a misunderstand intr Quot with the kit Ullin that would Force the the soviet uni it a to crush the Lefoi mers. A dirty plans some stalinist a still sit among us in More or less important positions in the state political into Economy apparatus Quot Sik inst a it. A they Airn urn rid. T their dirt. A but to i Ibex a1 dictate months i Turtle i \ tion but Tutti i Wildt an mum i Avo. It tibial lid b it a adj lit ii Quot one. D. D stalinist Nev Tim six ared Imper i 1� nun i on Fronta ii t it cinch pal to presidium Man soviet along in id tier. Tvs Al Holm would i Quot to 11 Ltd week pet Aii-1 the Kremlin a 11-Littuif Oie spite giant military Maneu vers mile Lim that ii is Varia s in Weeti Lowdown met tint finally Leoneed i it id on czech its a is opt cled starting As As monday Sik mad Kia will i p. Tit la russians i Lear a cellos to a a loot tin certain f demands by the m l to ii hard line the. I it Tovak next Early gov. Brewer honoured in Mississippi Hattiesburg miss. Up a Alabama gov. Albert p. Brewer was honoured saturday by the Mississippi National guard at a 7,000-Man military review. Maj. Gen Walter g. Johnson adjutant general of Mississippi presented the Mississippi distinguished civilian service medal to Brewer. The medal honoured Brewer for his a exceptionally meritorious record As a Public servant and his distinguished service to tile states of Alabama and Mississippi and the others who recently received the award were gov. John Bell Williams of Mississippi and former Alabama gov. George Wallace. Brewer presented a Bronze Star to master sgt. Robert e. Meeks for outstanding service in Vietnam. Meeks is now an army advisor to the Alabama National guard. Algeria frees hijacked Jet passengers Geneva up Algeria saturday freed to israeli women and children who were aboard the Al Al jetliner hijacked last tuesday and forced to land in Algiers. They flew into Geneva saturday night and said they had been Given a very Good treatment by the algerians. Tile four women to Nee children and three hostesses arrived in Geneva aboard a Swiss air Carvene Jet. They were among 24 israeli passengers and Crew members held since their israeli Airliner was hijacked on a flight to Tel Aviv from Rome. Male passengers of the plane were still held in Algiers but the women said they believed the men would be released shortly. An earlier announcement in Algiers by the algerian press service aps said eight women and children had been freed. But to arrived in Geneva on their Way Home. Pope to speak birth control decision May be released Vatric a City up the most anxiously awaited event in tile pontificate of Paul i is at hand. It is Hie papal decision on birth control under consideration five years. Few papal documents in modern times have been so Long in the making so anxiously awaited or so directly important in the daily lives of millions of people throughout the world. Nature withheld the Vatican said Friday a new a pontifical document would be announced at a news conference 10 30 . 12 30 Edt monday. Its nature was not officially disclosed but Vatican sources said it was in fact the papal pronouncement on birth control. According to the sources the 70-year old Pope completed work on his document before taking up summer residence at nearby Castel Gandolfo july 17. They said the Popes decision is a a not to the Pill and other forms of contraception. He has decided they said to maintain the traditional position of the Catholic Church Down through the centuries that artificial birth control is prohibited to Catholic couples As inherently evil. .1 i saw t till Slovakia lever. Tion course. Ile that Czi elms 1< i its Quot ii j tinfoil i i i .in-1 1 with til soviet equally inviolable i Ntim told tin i must yield a in when Novotny was a a Tun relation lifer Nui til i i i v that c Ltd a lets two Alizarin the to foal s was tin nine statism were Nuie Ablations Union Are the Deputy Premier boasted that tin reformers around Dull a k had saved communist Ruh in Czechoslovakia Only 24 horns tie for tile soviet party Organ pravda charged that i ague a enc were on Dpi tat to of minium ii in. M i Atte socialists ii t i i in the West to vet e of a coup in throw 20 years of in Lam As tin Mist i iwo Ieve to icy lid must new that Quot ii it pit i i from Thim w party is Eti Tai v a Wandet i jul i Outi tuition Sik i-xj11. Moscow a mobilizing Back lust Tok in it Ole. I concern Countis a tin to s in War of Public support Foith. Reform regime kept Amin in intensity. In. In Zee newspaper Satin Lav rep int i an open u tier Kirklin tin it Zed presidium ill it Unpeng in confrontation with this a stalls. The text was i. Pan i i v tin a Ditroi of the Avant Ai l mat Azine i detain i Isth. Thousands of chs qui lied up to is n copy s of it posted Iii Public plan us leaders report no Progress in talks Pittsburgh chief be Tutor steel Campania steel i i k i s if Satin Lav said up the s null Maimi and the United America us til v had been liable to reach a a base tot settlement Ltd to their wage ont i a t ii Tut cover or 400,000 steel Akers in the i listed states and c a la. Howey i it a Lea i nod find nth r ill sources Boti they conk Hist to sides Ollie la we i or Union hopeful with a hiring the governor Brewer honoured Hattiesburg miss. Gov. Albert Brewer of Alabama received the Mississippi distinguished civilian service medal yesterday Ironi Mississippi adjutant general Walter g. Johnson right during ceremonies at Camp Shelby. Ipi telephoto in King slaying hones charges conspiracy Memphis Tenn. Up attorney for accused Assassin James Earl Ray charged saturday that the slaving of or. Martin Luther King was part of a nationwide communist conspiracy that now threatens his own life. A there is a giant conspiracy Here and my client is being used by the conspiracy a declared attorney Arthur Hanes. He characterized it As a a left Wing conspiracy a which he said he believes is responsible for civil disturbances throughout the nation. Hanes said he believes his close association with Ray placed his life and the lives of his family and employees in danger. The former Birmingham mayor said his statement about a conspiracy was based on information he received a from what i believe to be a reliable source and this will All be brought out in becoming visibly angry Hanes said a we Are playing in the major leagues with this one. My son and i Are the Only two people who have talked to this Man. My neck is out on this Hanes said the threats which he first revealed when he was Here for rays arraignment july 22, have become More serious and Are mostly in the form of Telephone Calls to his Home. A my wife answers the a phone and a voice says a death death death or a you will but he declared a nobody is going to Chase me out of my Home. If anybody comes on my property trying to harm me they Are trespassing and Are fair he said that while the threats done to especially bother him or his family similar threats to his Secretary and his 70-year-old negro maid Lena have left them terrified. A they Are playing real dirty and real Low Down when they stoop to tactics they used against my negro maid who has been with us for a Long time a Hanes said. Quot she received a letter threatening to kill her if she did no to Stop working for me a head led. A if there Ever was a terrified person Lena is that Hanes arrived Friday for a conference with Ray that lasted nearly three hours. He was critical of Security measures imposed by Shelby county sheriff William Morris which he said had violated rays right to privacy. Ray is housed in a third floor a tank a a four cell Complex that normally houses several prisoners. The windows have Lei a sealed with steel plating so air conditioning Lias been installed Aion with a closed circuit television monitoring system Ray also has an Aioli and Tho clock do Man guard. A neither my client nor i like the idea of cameras being focused on him 24 hours a Lay hams said. He has to hide his head under a Pillow in order to get any sleep. A the even has the evil we of a camera on him when he uses the Bath room a he added. Settlement weekend. Although their failure to Date increased the threat <4 a sit to by the steelworkers at Midnight wednesday when a current three year contract expires Thoro was no immediate threat to the Ecott it inv of the two countries. Steel users notably the automobile Industry had huge stockpiles which they had been building up since february Ami were Able to rid a nit a strike for s. Viral weeks at h ast. The automakers had enough steel on hand to last until lab Novi lube r. Joint statement i. Abel Usu president and r. Conrad Coop i. Vice Prosi dont of tin . St pm i corp. And chief nolo Tintoi by the la companies said in a joint statement tin had been unable 5 marines die in ambush Saigon up front ports saturday said re a Ianes killed 40 North vietnamese infantrymen in a Force that staged an ambush in Jungles near Danang. Tile communists killed five marines wounded 33 and knocked out a . Tank. Up correspondent Ray Wilkinson reporting from Marine Headquarters said the North vietnamese surprised t ii e Leatherneck column with a Volley of rockets and mortars on a Jungle Trail near an Hoa 30 Miles Southwest of Saigon. Most of the Marine casualties occurred in the first moments of Battle. The marines dug in blazed away with heavy automatic weapons fire and repulsed the North vietnamese with help from Jet fighter bombers and artillery bombardment. Half Complete Wilkinson reported that Allied engineers were 50 per cent Complete in the construction of a Barrier of barbed wire and mines to protect the big . Air base and military Complex at Danang. The project will erect an 18-mile fortified line stretching along an arc to Miles from the Center of Danang. Raymond Clark to h a common a round Foi settlement. Uliey said tin negotiate it would continue their talk. Through the weekend. They said a in it it to -1 is to has i a n inflexible they crawled a complot in false a i a Jio t tin Cut Paiau it had made an offi i Foi a waft in i n tit., package totalling 90 i i nth an he Uiva i a three year >1 101. How vol the statement did not ion1, specifically some sort of an ofter was Maie by the companies. Otho Industry sounds indicated later the companies Hail made a tentative Oiler ult its nature was not known. In Union s two policy making groups tin 33-Man executive Board Kiel the Kama member Basic steel Indus i v conf Fence a Wall meet Iii Pittsburgh monday to decide a course of action. A Short strike of a week of two duration will have Little Impact i the Economy although then would be layoffs in the Coal Railroad and truck in is tries. If a Sti Ike lasted a month it longer assuming the Johnson administration did not invoke the Taft Hartley act tin Pinch would to i it Moi Wadi in. Clarke elected elementary principal Mcgovern declines to support huh by United press International sen George Mcgovern of South Dakota has become something of a National favorite son candidate for delegates of the late sen. Robert f. Kennedy who like neither vice president Hilbert Humphrey nor sen. Eugene j. Mccarthy. On saturday Mcgovern declared that he must decline a to endorse the candidacy of an old and dear Friend the vice Mcgovern considered a dark horse possibility for the democratic presidential nomination should Mccarthy and Humphrey deadlock made his statement in los Angeles. He was there to testify before the California delegation to the National convention a delegation won by Kennedy by virtue of his Victory in the California primary on the night he was shot june 4. A Dove on Vietnam Mcgovern said he could not support Humphrey because a it is imperative that we nominate a Standard bearer who can run with a Clear mind and conscience on our party a Raymond Clarke 30, has been elected proc pal of West elementary school it As announced Toda it by City super Iii. I i pendent of schools or. Arthur w. Dennis a Clark was graduated from Millry High school in 1950, re a i Cei Ved his . Degree in biology and history Horn # state University in 19g4 and his master of education degree a from the University of Southern Mississippi in school Inis nitration in i960, a # in addition to v it years of classroom teaching he Lias had eight successful years in the elementary principalship his most # recent principalship at Gilbertown elementary school in Choctaw a a county. A Clarke Lias been effective in us Tilting and promo tag new instruct tonal practices and procedures. He has shown keen interest ii i Workmo with teachers and parents to improve instruction and learning tor youth of tile elementary school age. # # Clarke is enrolled at Auburn University this summer May Media Institute but will take Over his new position on August # 112. # a we Are impressed with or. Clarkes knowledge of the Eie # Centary school program his attitude concerning the necessity of improve my the elementary school program and his past sue ceases. His years of experience plus his awareness of the schooling a per id of change and his ability to work with people will be # valuable assets to West elementary school and the Cullman City school system. He comes to us highly recommended and we ii feel that he will continue and expand the educational offerings at West school a said or. Dennis # Jiji Clarke is a former member of the toastmasters club Iii Mobile # a former vice president of the civitan club and a member of the # i methodist Church. He and his wife Carole will establish Resi Dence in the Elizabeth apartments. They have no i of improving the #

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