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Decatur Daily (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Decatur, AlabamaToday a Wathor warmer place a daily want and Day 353-4612 All Hmmon night 355-1116 the Decatur daily Quot Mccoum Fiyo May Shiavi ii it met but Emht Oft Wrono my i in tha Dally today Cleee Mied m0 Chu Fabas 4 comes 11 f no Towend 11 red to a 1 exp door 24 volume 54 Bra sushi fim uary a 11� Decaty or Alabama saturday morning May 1, 1965 of mar of Thi Amoc Atid no number 65 editorial the Sari Diego Calif. . Tired of embassy attacks. Lawless mobs the courage dedication and emotional stability and love of country shown by the two astronauts Virgil j. Grissom and Jolon w. Young Are in Sharp contrast to some of the things we have been witnessing in California. The in seen astronauts Are americans the finest meaning of the word. But in Berkeley Jve have bearded and unkempt youths More in cynicism and obscenities than in ambition and loyalty flaunting the gifts of a great country. They have lost something along the path of life either in education or in their Homes. Dissent is a cherished tradition of a free society As Well As education. But dissent is not enough. It has been the contributions of people like major Grissom and a it. Cmdr. Young As Well As that of scientists scholars industrialists and inventors which built America and now Are joining in unlocking the secrets of nature and opening two challenges to Man. The angry bearded youth cries out against this but Why he has been told there Are no values to him in a society that has Given More education and More comforts to More people than any in history. The same front pages of our newspapers that Shock us with the happenings at Berkeley also bring us the news of the death of Fine Young men in uni form who Are defending the Security of the United states in far off Jungles in unfriendly air and in dangerous Waters. But these bearded Young radicals demand that the United states withdraw and leave the Field to a theism and communism and Tell the parents and widows and children of these men that they died in vain in an ignoble cause. When the bodies of our heroes Are brought Home in Flag draped coffins there Are no state funerals no heralding of them As martyrs in the cause of Freedom and no thousands pushing a to grab the microphones to Tell the world their deaths must be paid rededication. For by our own a r the values of our society seem to be shifting. While the re enlistments of army men on duty in South Viet Nam ate astonishingly High and they believe in the cause for which they Are fighting some of our senators and congressmen in Washington Tell the world that the United states had no business sending them Over there and that we should be Down with the enemy that has sworn to rid the world of our Way of life. The nation can be grateful that there Are Young men who will the challenges of space and others will Wear a uniform with Pride id without question take their turn on the firing line of Freedom. By John m. Hightower a special correspondent Washington a with the dispatch of . Marines to the dominican Republic a reversing a generation of latin american policy a president Johnson May finally be getting his Point across to the rest of the world the United states is fed up a with having its citizens threat ened its embassies attacked its interests violated either by Lawless mobs or hostile foreign governments. More significantly but less obviously the Johnson administration also seems entirely ready now to run some Long risks for major policy purposes a risks such As it has undertaken to try to Stop communist Conquest of Viet Nam and to nip at the outset a possible pro Castro attempt to make the dominican Republic a second Cuba. . Officials Hope that the import of sterner moves that the Johnson administration in applying to foreign relations will not be lost particularly on cuban prime minister Fidel Castro and on the leaders of red China. Determination officials feel the major potential for future troublemaking lies in peking and Havana but that if the policymakers in Bot amp those communist capitals understand the hardening sense of \ determination in Washington they May proceed More car piously. A. Administration officials do not deny there has been a toughening of the response to foreign challenges or dangers. I Johnson was faced with the in be of using Force As he saw a die situation Early this week or possibly allowing hundreds of americans to die possibly also allowing a nation reduced to anarchy to be a Aken Over by a Castro communist. The Bra Ader significance of the presidents add in in this crisis results from the fact that it is the latest in a series of Tough policy decisions at the White House in the last sue months. In his state of the Union message Jan. 4, Johnson took note of attacks on . Positions citizens and installations around the world and Laid Down this warning a we Are prepared to live As Good neighbors with All but me cannot be indifferent to acts designed to injure our interest or our it Zens or our establishments abroad. A Community of nations requires Mutual respect. We shall extend it a and we shall expect Library burnings two weeks earlier in a news conference summing up the year 1964, with its Library Burn _ see uj5. On Page 2,. A a a a a two marines killed i by snipers my Dir a Lak Nova Community and mine there Wiki be an evening of entertainment sponsored by the Decatur Assembly no. 28, order of the Rainbow for girls at the masonic Dinning Hall today at 7 30 . The Public is invited. Patricia Ann Maddox made the Austin school a a a Honor Roll during the last six week period. Veteran of world War 1, Morgan county Barracks 2405 and the auxiliary will meet a 6 30 . Monday at the american legion Home in Hartselle for a covered dish supper. Quot Decatur police investigated one Accident during the period Between 8 . And 7 . Yesterday. The Accident occurred at 5 09 , at the 11th St.-8th ave. Be intersection. Vehicles driven by Buster e. Hughes 12�2v4 5th ave. Be and n. E. Johnson 2312 Rosemont dr., were involved. No injuries. Jay Cees Honor a Prater Jim of Hara and mrs. Joyce Prater received top awards by the Decatur Junior chamber of Commerce and Jayce ettes respectively last night As the Jaycees held thedr annual awards installation and ladies night banquet at the deca tur country club. In addition officers for both organizations were installed by state presidents a Jaycee Bill Buffaloe of Florence and mrs. Betty muncher of Clanton a of each organization. O Hara we Given to Marion Borko award for the by All around participation in dub activities and or. Prater was named outstanding committee chairman for work on Benefit Canasta activities. O Hara was also installed is Jaycee internal vice president for the coming year. Outgoing Jaycee president Charles Howard who spa As master of ceremonies gave the following awards j. B. Hewitt award for outstanding director to Doyle Osborne r. L. Mcgregor award for outstanding committee chairman to Ray Nixon Russell Bolding award to Cleon Yates As chairman of last years Morgan county fair As see Jaycees on Page 2 India Pakistan combat limited by Conrad Fink new Delhi India a India and Pakistan the quarrelling giants of Southern Asia deadlocked Friday on cease fire proposals to end fighting m the r of Kutch. Combat was limited for the third consecutive Day and it was reported the a United states and Britain exerted heavy pressure on both nations to Call off the hostilities. But blood ran hot on both sides of the Frontier and few responsible officials in new Delhi foreign or Indian a would predict what the future holds for indians 480 million people and pakistanis 110 million. P a k i s t a no a government charged that Indian troops have see India on Page 2 Muskie lashes doubters who. A a t a resist change Colls cynics most dangerous enemies of Public interest by Ross m. Hagen associated press writer Tuscaloosa ala., april 30 apr u. S. Sen. Edmund s Muskie defended the federa government tonight and lashes Cut at a the doubters a the cynical citizens and the cynical readers a who generate apathy o Public wrongs and resistance to change. The Maine Democrat described the cynics As being in Many ways a the most dangerous enemies of the Public Muskie was featured speaker t a dinner meeting of the Alabama graduate and undergraduate members of Sigma Delta Chi a journalistic society. The speech highlighted journalism Day Observance on the University of Alabama Campus. In his prepared address mus Kie Bare Down heavily on state rep is abilities and the who he said a Are it of in Leif red by eur nation a by experience or by the Story of a but a he warned a their numbers and their influence Are he decried the cynical leaders who look to Public office a was a Means to wealth and Power and betrayal of the Public Trust is their daily Muskie also took out after the cynical citizens a who for Good reasons or none distrust politics and political he said that they discourage Public participation in the political process encourage distraction of Confidence in Law and lawmakers and a in extreme cases we find them in open Defiance of our institutions and of the rights of free people under our i registration / plan is Given final Okay leftist rebels still control half of City u. S. Forces Hare first casualties since landings bulletin Santo Domingo Caw rap ubik Appa in tha dominican in s Oil Days of fighting wot a i a to affect at 5 39 ., Ltd St. U. S. Am a Milter w. Tap 9wj Devn invt vow Lewlew or Why the first Man he s killed u. S. A Cpl. Pleas. David of Tuscaloosa looks me Down at the body of a Viet Cong guerrilla he killed in the hoi Vuc area near Danang air audience All ears a the Wmk nth it id Leopard cub sits with its Back to a Wall a three rabbits move in close for an inspection Como Park zoo at St. Paul Minn. The a the Leopard used to share the pen with a Bear cob but he Bear died. Now he la opt to is in with the. Rabbits for company. A wire photo by Jim Knight associated press writer Montgomery ala., april 30 apr tie Ala Hama legislature gave final approval today to a new registration plan aimed at keeping Federal registrars out of Alabama and then ended its special session. House concurrence in Senate changes sent a proposed constitutional amendment on to a statewide referendum late in july. Tho Smon Dmont Roqui rss Prospo Tivo voters to to Able to Road and write an article of the u. $. Constitution in English Secretary and to establish proof of literacy in a manner required by see registration on Page 2 at $10 million by the associated press the Mississippi River Crest swelled to Ward Burlington Iowa and the already sub merged town of Gulfport 111., Friday on its record flood rampage which has caused an estimated $10 million in damage Between Dubuque Iowa and Hannibal to. The preliminary damage estimate was made by . Army engineers. The flood still maintaining High water pressure on Walls and earthworks of Dubuque i info and Davenport Iowa and Moline East Moline and Rock a a Island 111., upstream passed Muscatine on thursday night. The River running seven a to eight feet above its overflow stages put levees at Keithsburg and Oquawka 111., to their maximum tests. Each town has about 1,000 residents. At Keithsburg Jodo Hainaut of the towns main Industrial firm. Cannon Bronze corp., said the Plant employing \ see flood on Page 2 base in South Viet Nam. A i Felt kind of sorry for him As i Stock there a David said. It was the first Man the 19-year-old Marine had killed. A wire photo near Hartselle a a five year old Hartselle 3 boy was fatally injured late yesterday afternoon when he was struck Down by an automobile As he attempted to Cross Alabama 36, about one mile East of Hartselle Morgan county Coroner Lewis c. Pinky Brown said. F the victim was identified As Thomas Eugene Owens who was living with his Mother on Hartselle 3. Brown mid tha child lived about an hour and a half after the Accident which occurred about 5 3s . The Young boy was hit by an automobile driven by Walter Ray Rogers Huntsville who was headed West toward Hart Seile. Rogers carried the child to the Hospital and stayed with him until he died according to the Coroner. A it now appears that the acc n t was unavoidable a Broyn stated. A the child was with several other children alongside the Road before he be see child on Page 2 Pope Paul urges talks to end wars Vatican City a in a Clear plea against stepping up the Viet Nam Pope Paul i called Friday for talks at All Levels to end a never grow Inge acts of War. The plea came in the second encyclical letter of Paul a 22-month reign As ruler of the roman Catholic Church. Without mentioning Viet Nam by name the Popes words appeared directed at both sides in the struggle there his encyclical condemned fun Errilla War fare and terrorism As Well As see Pope on Page 2 by Louis Uchitelle Santo Domingo dominican Republic apr sniper fire killed two u. S. Marines and wounded other american troops Friday As combined u. S. And do forces advanced Block by Block through heavy irregular opposition to set up an a International safety by Nightfall leftist rebels seeking the return of exiled sex president Juan d. Bosch still held More than half of this old Spanish colonial capital. The -U.&Amp. Forces suffered their first casualties since they began Landing Here wednesday. These came after they joined with regular dominican troops in launching a two prong movement into the downtown area from East and West. The action brought . Servicemen in combat together for the first time with troops of Brig. Gen. Elias Wessin y Wes sin commander of the newly installed military Junta. A Marine column of tanks and amphibious vehicles came under heavy fire As it pushed off from the Seaside Al Emba Jador hotel at the Western end of the City to carve out a zone Desi ated earlier in the Day by the organization of american states As a Haven for refugees from the fighting. Clash occurred another clash occurred As see leftist on pm 2 a a a Kins worldwide moving storage. Cod Daniel of 4014. Quickies by Kan Reynold

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