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Decatur Daily (Newspaper) - May 1, 1965, Decatur, AlabamaBy their individual dikes the cropland was expected to be a total loss this year to owners because of the mud cake drying bottomlands leave after such 4 flood. I would Thi Decatur daily a a very Oft Moon Mondoy through Friday and saturday Ond sunday morning in Doco tur ate Boma by Tho Tennessee Valley printing co., inc. R. Shelton found a editor 1912 to 1924 a second clots Mottor Fob Iory 26, 1912 at the Postoff tet at Poco tur Alabama us Der act of starch 16, 187s._ m Tui Amft awl mass the stood Tod pets it Oanfa Savoly anti Ted to use Forry i Cottan Ole news do ponchos credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper Ond also the beet news published herein. All rights of re pub Cotton of Sociol do patches herein Ore reserved. _ Rostat Imant of pact me Orang la 7hi d#1v a a never Teton tonal. If a Hove Ghe Vonce of the sort we or mors Thon a Iod to investigate fully Ond if found to to Well founded redress will he prompt prominent Ond thorough. Sunc Guption Ratis in mail Dolly amp sunday per veer $12.50 Deily a Sundey per year $20.00 red Carrier in Trade zone beyond Trade zone a be be me Seles tax included mud void in carriers Deily end sunday per week daily end sunday ene month plus 6 per cent Seles Tex Dally and sunday per week by meter route 45c $1.9$ 45c Complete weather River Decatur skies sunday May 2 a Day. 4 33 . Sunrise tomorrow 4 57 . To sues tonight 1 01 . Prominent stars Rog utus High in Southwest 35 . Alpherd Wom below regulus. Visible planets Jupiter near the Moon. Mars to the loft of regulus. Saturn rises. 3 53 . Weather and River Decatur and Vicinity Tennessee River Reading this morning at Keller memorial Bridge was 21.98. A spiffy hem sea level was 554.21. Forecast today and tonight a mostly fair with a continued warming trend. Winds will be Light and variable becoming 5 the 12 Miles per hour late today and to a i in pvt Outlook for sunday a partly Cloudy and worn High temperature today 13 Low tonight 52. Negro deaths services for mrs. Eva Frances Gill Decatur 4, who died monday. Edh be at 2 . Sunday at St. Peters Baptist Church at Cedar Lake Rev. Sammie Moore officiating. Burial win i be in Blackwell cemetery Cedar Lake survivors include a son. Eddie Charles Lowe four Brothers Leroy Alorenzo Gill of California Felton Giu Birmingham and Benny Sam Gill of new York two Sisters mrs. Fannie sales of Decatur mrs. Henrietta gamer Chicago a Nephew and other relatives. Carl m. Skyes in charge of funeral. Hospitals the Decatur daily saturday morning May 1, 1965, a. A Quot Quot a Quot. Baugh Wiley Smith admissions Oneal Gatlin jr., Decatur 1 mrs. Chi Ford Nelms 1023 10th ave. Semis Betty Allen. 211 Spring ave mrs. Rankin Erwin Hartselle dismissals j. N. Turney Somerville 3 mrs. Billy Perry. 2331 state ave. So Tammy Alexander 809 ferry $1 a a a a Richard Kennedy Weymouth \�3ss Leroy Robinson 1501 13th ave. Be mrs. William Wood. Falk me 1 mrs. Troy Crutchfield Cullman 5 continued from Page 1 stepped up military activity in Kashmir reinforcing Frontier units and building new Birters rather necks along the cease fire line in that Border state. It said eight indians were killed in two Skir mishes monday and tuesday 150 Miles Northwest of Rawalpindi. A special envoy president Johnson a special envoy Henry Cabot Lodge arriving in new Delhi on a trip scheduled earlier to explain the . Viet Nam policy also discussed the Kutch fighting with prime minister Lai Bahadur a a Shastri on Friday night. Lodge told Shastri that Washington views with regret indians conflict with its neighbor informed sources said and emphasized the United states supports Britain a mediation. Prime minister Harold Wilson of Britain has been in Contact with both Shastri and president Mohammed Ayub Khan of Pakistan calling for a withdrawal from the combat zone by both sides a cease fire and talks. A pakistani spokesman in Rawalpindi said Ayub rejected truce terms suggested by Shastri and feels India is Arf ogres Sor nation. One of Shastri a reported proposals is that India withdraw its troops from the disputed wasteland fronting on the arabian sea and replace them with police units a which in India Are heavily armed. He wants restoration of the situation that prevailed before the shooting started april 9._ a a continued from Page 1 newly arrived paratroopers of the . 82nd airborne division joined wesak a a men at the strategic Duarte Bridge Over the Osama River at the Eastern end of the City. The Span is the Only direct link with Wessing a Headquarters at san Isidro air base 20 Miles away and the River a Eastern Bank in Santo Domingo. Because the ragtag army of armed civilians and rebel soldiers dominated much of Santo Domingo a historic downtown sector helicopters provided the Only Supply line Between the . Embassy and the san Isidro base. The . Military command has been set up m the embassy. A the two dead marines fell to snipers Bohets. At least four leathernecks were wounded an unknown number of paratroopers were injured in heavy iring at the Duarte Bridge. During the Day the rebels captured Ozama fortress an old Spanish battlement about a mile from the Bridge. The fortress had been held by some 1,800 National policemen Loyal to Wes sin but they collapsed under a heavy barrage. It was not known How Many were killed since the Start of the civil strife last weekend As Many As 1,000 persons May have died. Most of the american wounded were taken aboard the Carrier Boxer in Santo Domingo Harbor. In Washington a Pentagon spokesman said a they obviously were seriously enough wounded to require them to be in other developments a president Johnson told a . Radio and television audience Friday evening the organization of american states had worked out a cease fire formula with the help of the papal Nuncio in Santo Domingo. But Johnson said some elements were ignoring the peace Effort and added a there Are signs that people trained outside the dominican Republic Are seeking to gain a Secretary of state Dean Rusk told newsmen earlier after conferring with the president Decatur general admissions mrs. James e. Morris Athens 7 James b. Beaty 2005 Nelson St. Be mrs. Ola Davenport court land 2 mrs. Naomi Maddock 1502 14th ave. Be mrs. W. M. Cottingham 502 14th St. Be Allen Parks 1304 Sheridan St. Mrs. Anthony Lupo 1702 14th ave. Be mrs. Francis a. Collier Decatur 2 mrs. John e. Miller Athens dismissals mrs. Phillip Reagin 117 1 Austinville re. So mrs. Sey Boule Wales 206 6th ave. So mrs. Warren n. Vines 717 3rd ave. See Jeffrey d. Decatur 3 Michael Mccolman 316 6th ave. New mrs. Wendell Denney Trinity mrs. Emmett c. Waldrop Huntsville Melton a. Peek Decatur 4 a James Holt 1605 Tower St. Be mrs. Gordan Hawkins Trinity i mrs. Robert m. Owns 429 Clearview St. So Howard Lunley 909 3rd St. New mrs. David Mcpherson 3123 4th ave. So Thomas Bond jr., 1011 17th ave. Be Alabama Industry Days poultry new Concrete Plant going up in Athens a shown is Progress being made on the new Trapp Concrete Plant being erected in Athens on . 31 s. A spokesman for the firm said this morning the Plant should be completed within two weeks and ready for operation. Daily photo by James Long three Hurt at p Ville "3 three persons were injured in a triple car mashup about 6 45 . Last night on Alabama 67 in front of Priceville High school state troopers said. The hts Rod were Idt Ifird As Floyd Mason about 56, end is wife new Mason 55, of 1213 13ht Ava. Be and mrs. Mary Jornot Allan 39, Somerville 1. Or. Mason was listed in Good condition who face lacerations. Booms Siomo Toimi i in Onur two Woro doing novo for observation at dts fur general Hospital. No one was injured in the third vehicle according to troopers. Blocks of Salt still serve As currency in parts of Ethiopia at the White House that the dominican rebellion May have some a aspects of a communist state department officials said three dominican communist parties had joined with other extreme leftists in the shooting and propaganda aimed at defeating the new military Junta. Emergency session a after an emergency session the Oas Council ordered Secretary general Jose a. Mora to Santo Domingo to help put the cease fire in effect. Former . Ambassador John Bartlow Martin arrived at the san Isidro base to take up what he called a private peacemaking role. Continued from Page 1 Wei As certificates and letters of appreciation to Many India Idun is and industries. Jaycee the awards were Given by mrs. Pat Nixon president to we Obrath Howard As outstanding Spok Ette Lou Thomas As outstanding Jayce Ette and Maxine Meguiar As fair chairman. Jay ass officers installed in Udad Claon Yates presian o Hara Mickey Morrison external Vico pros ident Myron Malta a Secretary James ban Field treasurer and Max Blankenship assistant treasurer. Now directors in canst Tad Lidikay Roland Jenkins Harold frat set Rhea Green Wen Robert Anweil David Cau Hien Kenneth Roan Jimmy Phillips John Mcbride and Jimmy Smith. Outgoing officers Are Howard president Greg Hughes internal vice president Juan Agee external vice president Jera Poole Secretary Benfield treasurer Bobby Campbell assistant treasurer and Allen Edwards Wayne Mitchell Ray Coffey Blankenship Bob Armi Stead Osborne Earl Penn Murlen Posey Gene Shelton and Sonny Wright directors. Joyce site officers installed include Linda Morrison Prosi Dent Glanos Jenkins vice president Lynda Benfield Secretary Wilbroth Howard treasurer Barbara Young parliamentarian Maxine Meguiar state director and Betty Posey Maggie Bowen Linda Penn Betty Agee and Gail panning ton director. / it outgoing officers Are Pat Nixon president Dixie Morris vice president Martha Shelton Secretary Shirley Blankenship treasurer Winifred of Hara parliamentarian Becke Poole state director and Genoa Jenkins Gerry Coffey june Edwards and Linda Morrison directors. During the meal music was furnished by Lonnie Mcdaniel and Edsel Holden and his orchestra played for a dance following the banquet. Homecoming ceremonies at Athens College today Athens the crowning of miss Marilyn Mitchell of Hartselle As May Day Queen at Athens College today wih highlight the schools Homs com no activities miss Mitchell is to be crowned during ceremonies to be head in the colleges new $350,000 physical education Center at 2 30 pin. Class representatives in the Queen s court Are Judy Toft senior Bobby Jane Owens Jim scr Marshia Arnold Sophomore Carolyn House freshman. All the representatives Are from Athens. A at the event today the classes of 1915, 1940 and-t955 Wnm be the honoured. W. / the theme of the program this year is a americana a and it will feature the College choir under the direction of William Denison head of the music department. Miss Angeline Naza Dian of Recto of health and the revolving office chair was invented by Thomas Jefferson. Continued from Page 1 100 persons was Safe As a 20.38-foot record stage nearly 8.5 feet above flood was recorded. Critical Point the apparent critical Point downstream was at Niota ill., across the River from fort Madison Iowa where town super visor . Smith said about 500 Dike workers a a done to know for sure whether we re winning or Here there was a continual Battle to reinforce soft spots that developed in the earthen Dike protecting the Illinois High Way 96 approach to the fort Madison Bridge across the Mississippi. Also at stake were the Homes of 200 residents. A Cream of 21 feet two feet higher than the previous record of june 1851, was expected saturday. Fort Madison on High ground was secure. The Crest expected sunday at Quincy subject to continuing revision was projected Friday at 22i feet. Quincy a 45,000 residents were snug on a Bluff Well above the Stream. Just to the North and South of Quincy however backwaters spread Over 15,000 acres of Farmland and surrounded Industrial plants still protected physical education is in charge of the Coronation ceremony. Registration for the Day s activities will begin at 10 30 . It Mccon Flets student Center with a Coffee being held in conjunction with registration. Guests will be greated by Ajmal president Wade Mirandy president or. Virgil Mccain academic Dean William Hauser and John Putman director Public relations and alumni affairs. A tour of the new physical education Center will be conducted by student guides Between the hours of 10 30 aun. And noon. A luncheon will be held at noon in the College Cafetera a in which tables will be reserved for the classes of 1915. 1940 and 1955. A business session at 1 15 . Wilt precede the Coronation ceremonies. Open House will be held in the Center following the program. Also during the event new officers of the alumni association will be elected. I if Fri torn a note this is the last of a series of Artic i in he faculty members and staff at Auburn University it inaction Frith Alabama Industry Day Llabra. This week. A or Claude h. Moore department of poultry y Donco just what does the future hold for the poultry Industry n Alabama with continued demands for High protein foods and Kwh the Economy of the Southeast becoming More and More dependent upon animal agriculture the future la Bright with this future the consumer will be the ultimate Winner since continued Progress will mean continued efficiency in production. Advances in technology will find ways to further alter meat and egg composition thereby _ providing the consumer with More desirable products than Are presently available. Throw Ora now 15 Lorna volume poultry a frosting plants federally inspect so in Alabama that pro Vida so pity. Man for mors than 4,000 Puoplo. In 1950, Thors wars Only two plants of any Congo Quinca. Alllan Industrial such As hat Chartos and food Mills Elk Tulsa Hava mad compar Obla growth and prograss. Tie poultry business today is among the largest of Alabama agricultural industries. Nutrition and More efficient feeds disease control caged layer operations _ window less poultry houses use of lights for increased pro environmental controls Are among the nume. Rous contributions of Auburn a poultry science depart ment to Modem operations of Alabama a broiler grower and table egg producer. V it a total of 145 Auburn University agricultural graduates Are presently engaged in the poultry Industry in the Southeast. Today Alabama alone needs More than 50 trained men to fill technical positions. Agriculture and related industries involved in product Tion and processing of food or feed for human or animal. Consumption have become big business. These industries in the Complex of a a agribusiness Are presently supplying an abundance of highly desirable and nutritive foods to our people either directly or in the form of animal products through the conversion of feed to food. The abundance of food and food in tha United Stales is not the result of magic or government Aid but tha product of science and Industry working together to successfully Supply our nation with the highest Stoderd of living known to Man. The South and Southeast have taken the Lead in this abundant production. A prime example of the dynamic growth of a a agribusiness within Alabama and the Southeast is the feed milling Industry. As this Section of the country became the major broiler and one of the major egg production areas of the world feed manufacture has become of considerable importance to the Economy. In a Span of 15 years manufacture and use of poultry feeds have increased in Alabama alone from 330 thousand tons to 1,650 thousand tons per year. This five fold total increase has largely been in Broi Ler feeds where the increase has been from 71 thousand tons to 980 thousand tons however during the same period use of layer and breeder feeds has More than doubled. Even though Alabama is not noted for its Turkey production it is of interest that production has More than doubled since 1960 and feed consumption has increased from 5 to 33 thousand tons since 1960. This increase in volume of feed consumed indicates Only a Sman port of the picture of food production. The significant port of the Story is the Economy of pro set Day a -.,a a production. While total Voli Ime of poultry feeds has increased five fold in Alabama since 1950, both poultry meat and egg production have increased 10 fold. Since it takes Only half As much feed to produce a Pound of meat or eggs As in 1950, the consumer benefits by reduced prices at the t Market Ujj just what part has the feed milling Industry played in these dramatic changes in Alabama a number of the changes have been mechanical in nature. As recently As a decade ago most feeds were formulated by task calculator mixed bagged transported to the local feed store and stored there until the grower purchased them As needed. A. Re a la Hurt Fedt to Formo 7�?by a a put a programming prac Omad Immord Rotoly from tha Mill m Hulk not Cic to the Placo of Conw Phon and Morad in a Law Quot Houm. Moot foods Aro to Moro Man Ona weak old Whan used. If Ryfa cwt of Ore j880 nature however have made it possible to produce feeds capable of stimulating grow 10 present Day Levels at minimum a a a i. Jl1s�n2wn, 1 formula a a in feeds to meet the a a or growl a cd maintenance Toan is known about food requirements for Man. Our present Day manufacturers of feed employ Nelly a ined personnel capable of formulating to Toa of l a a Ammal i eed May be made of the Vear or a health of toe animal season Hen. I i cd Mhina Tion of these. Feeds for laying of Tot de Iraq eff Yolk color those lie ins a n00cue Market 10 he Darker than changed at the feed i Elf a to can easily Lold newsmen today that re thinks it is a Good Bill. The a constitutional amendment does not need his signature. Negro leaders meanwhile Ana a the a and �?~sign0� eve Quot just like to Point i passed an enabling act fixing Anfu de negro a the Rusk said with his usual eight Grade education As the a i president of the Birmingham to understate the Case septable level of literacy. a that we shall be sensitive on pm be new a tors will have to lion for the advancement of co undergo a test prescribed by u u continued from Page 1 Gan crossing the Highway added. Tha coronary said that child apparently got to tha Middle of Tiia Highway and then attempted to turn Back when the Impact occurred. This incident Marks the third child that has been killed by an automobile in Morgan county during the month of april. Two other Young Boye were fatally injured earlier in Decatur. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Peck funeral Home. Continued from Page 1 a Ings embassy stoning and other foreign affronts to the United states Secretary of state Dean Rusk said that such incidents inevitably damage relations Between the United states and the other country involved. Consumer registration continued from Page 1 the legislature. Care there were already evidences of such sensitivities and of some frustration at the inability of the United states to undertake wha continued from Page 1 a practice of holding hostages and of taking reprisals against unarmed the pontiff called the present International situation a Darker and More Uncertain than Ever now that grave new threats Are prescribed by the state Board of education or produce an eighth Grade certificate. A Wlla. If a the amendment is ratified human Arian a Quot Abl my act automatically goes into it proclaims As a action without having much of effect the world believe communist charges of sinister political purposes. Similarly where Fie purposes Are political As in the War in Viet Nam the his a hard time Selling its Alk alternate prevision making an honorable discharge from the armed forces sufficient proof of eligibility of registration was taken out of the entered people said the drive expected to Start in june. Pec assertion i a sonata. Endangering the supreme Bene that it is defending a free coun fit of world try against red aggression be titled a Mense Maior a month j cause so Many people seem to of Mayhe letter carried for accept the communist charge of Ward the personal peace Cam . Imperialism pain Pope Paul launched with a it was last november that the in making last minute prepare John Zan Kawycz a theater in the round at the Larry Lovelady or Pat Sansone a1 Sample two show a evening of drama _ 4 his first encyclical last August pattern of Johnson a Tough 5k. ?�?~ven.8 of the when he offered to mediate in pragmatic approach began to and Esther m Wood. Foal performance of the. Wor cry Jas develop clearly. Will be at 8 tonight. The Senate passed another voter Bill earlier setting requirements at a sixth Grade education and abolishing the poll tax but the House refused to accept g2vu Ftfe Wallac not ii11,51&Quot the enabling act but jigs Legal advisor help and the governor Ria Victor new Vista color to prices Start at Mixon Ange rur Mituri a Wanco. 101 i St toe to Wior i a $379.95

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