Page 3 of 7 Sep 1953 Issue of Decatur Daily in Decatur, Alabama

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 7 Sep 1953 in Decatur, Alabama and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Decatur Daily.

Browse Decatur Daily

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 7 Sep 1953 Decatur Daily in Decatur, Alabama. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Decatur Daily (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Decatur, AlabamaFor the record anti american spirit increasing in Japan by John Caldwell author of the recently published a the korean Story a or. Caldwell is a former slate department official having headed the u. S. Information service in China Anco Corea. He has just finished a new a a. A Toast or. Caldwell is presently writing from the Orient pleasant things lie behind the facade of japanese Amity and cooperation. There is growing anti american feeling. Increasingly one can note the growth of neutralise among the japanese people and in government circles. There is More and More evidence that the japanese Are either completely unrealistic about the menace of communism and have their Heads in the Sand or have decided that its a Good idea to play both sides. Either Way the United states a is in for trouble. The Plain facts Are that the average japanese has no desire for his country to get More deeply involved with the u. S. In the cold War. A japanese living on Japan a Northern Island of hokkaido expressed it this Way to an american Friend recently a we like you americans up Here and know that you have been Good for us. But after All we can to afford to get More involved now. We can to offend the a other Side. The Mes Marlow Washington Pic Nineteen for Industrial production and sets years ago Joseph Stalin said the Cost it fixes the wages. In a equalization in the sphere of de Stead of bargaining therefore mands and personal life is read Trade Union leaders Are party tools tonary Petty Bourgeois nonsense for persuading the workers the worthy of a primitive and ascetic wage rates fixed by the govern song Vorea. They flew from los Angeles calif., with former heavyweight Champion Jack Dempsey who was on their Airliner. Call 3828 for classified ads sect and not of a socialist society organized in a marxian this was a Way of saying that in the soviet society which was supposed to be classless because everyone was equal there would be Many classes. Or. As George Orwell put it in his a animal ment Are not Only All they can get but All they should expect. Low living Standard with russian living costs High and wage rates Kep Low the economic Progress of the russian is Only what the government wants it to be. That it is very slow and g. E. Rush Vica president and manager remodel or add a room r j ours Al i Loans s310�?s2000 Par value Industrial Bankers phone 4095 temporary location 513 Bank St. The a other Side a guided by out Echol Timp a aim Pum a right communists Are using stud to a Ain Cfall in Aren 1 the Only ones getting ready for school. Here a Street depart ent groups and the unions in traffic a run it an Sasyn finishing touches on signs which will again become part of the fomenting trouble against the traffic scene after a three month Layoff. A wire photo 1 United states on an Ever increase farm everyone would be equal p00r was publicly acknowledged by fils to my re equal Malenkos recently with his pro n. A. Mise to raise living standards. In the soviet society not everyone would draw the same kind of a a Vii Ull v f Lill too ing scale. A new the second with a the fast that the american in recent weeks strike of All Jap army has reserved the right to anese working for american be tire japanese employees for secur purity forces has been called for reasons and without recourse next week in an unprecedented to Appeal. The actual reason for action a Tokyo court this past the strike is that american forces modest Maidens Tofft Ltd u s office week issued an injunction against the continued use of the Ernie Pyle theatre building by american forces. American business men who Are trying to find housing for their families Are finding rentals suddenly jacked up. One Friend told me of the Best bargain he Are cutting Down and must dismiss Large numbers of indigenous employees. The communists Are continually beckoning offering help in the solution of Japan a pressing economic problems. Japan must Trade to survive. China is the logical \ ool �?1 1�? 0 0 could find a tiny one bedroom Market for japanese goods and of House which rented for $250 a ers Many raw materials needed month. All this is an indication of japanese. The japanese see a l. .1 _ 1 a a Fin a d it Ian _ _ j .11 in the Peculiar ambivalence in the japanese thinking. While welcoming the american dollars $800,-000,000 poured into their country last year the japanese Are beginning to make trouble for the very the British and our other european allies trading with communist China and quite naturally want to follow suit. They see our other allies dragging their feet in the common defense Effort and it w 11ic a Vlf _ forces they supposedly want to 00s hic a Good idea for Japan stay on. The strike that has been of communist China Gams a seat called is another indication of in United nations and if Corn Peculiar japanese thinking. The Monist China is recognized by the reason Given for the strike is the United states it will be impossible objection on the part of the unions 506 Bank St. Tel. 279 medical for Sphar Macu "15 Somerville re Cecil Mcmillan owner phone 2890 i Decatur ppm a <t/pr/qa/5_ a la so rot Del Vered to keep the japanese from trading with China. With Trade will come increased communist infiltration. The student groups the unions the intelligentsia that Are already anti american will be provided More and More fuel More ammunition to use against us. Japan will Repi Dily cease to be a bastion for the democracies in this part of the world. Pressure grows the desire to be Neutral in the cold War finds expression in Many ways among them the growing pressure against rearmament. One local newspaper commented recently that it would be impossible to raise an army of 150,000 men in Japan without conscription. The japanese feel that without an pay or be Able to live in the same kind of House or afford the same kind of food or clothes. The rewards a Man got for his work depended on the kind of work he did which meant How useful he was to the communist party which ran the government. House in the country thus a physicist working on the atom bomb or an artist or a movie director could have a House in the country and maybe a car and servants but a factory worker had to squeeze into one room with his wife and two children. While today a labor Day Spee while a communist in an american labor Union was free to create unrest foment strikes and work stoppages or urge other demonstrations of workers strength for higher pay. His allegiance was to the party and whatever he did was to the party and whatever he did was in accordance with party orders. But if tomorrow the communist party got control of this country his tactics would be just the opposite and his sole Mission As a labor Leader would be to hypnotize the workers into accepting the wage rates decided for them by the party. This once militant communist me a ticket and take Gackst your of rin6-our en6a6ement is off f a per a cake an r Hal hour at the hotpoint Range demonstration All Day wednesday 9 a. M. To 5 p. M. That s right. A delicious cake baked in our store will All Day wednesday. Come in and Register a nothing to buy Tion on Elsie Leola Bodiford Frisco City High school girl. Miss Bodiford died in a Pensacola tourist court aug. 26. Johnson and his brother Harold d. Johnson 31, Chickasaw Ala., were charged with manslaughter after Justice of the peace l. B. Morgan ruled she Dier in an abortion attempt. Solari and sheriff r. L. Kendrick Saia Alten Johnson also was being charged with hiring his brother to perform the actual abortion. Hamilton admitted having sexual relations with the girl Solari said and hiring Alton Johnson to perform an abortion when he Learned she was pregnant. The investigator said Hamilton be Given away every hour Niew c010r-kfye0 put Shauhon electric Range new super co Rod surface unit gives you instant storting a at the touch of a Button time Center control Ond Range surface timing see this Oil new hotpoint during our demonstration wednesday september 9. Miss Gwen Hines hotpoint Home economist will be in our store All Doy wednesday demonstrating hotpoint ranges and appliances miss Hines is a most competent Home economist and has had Many years experience i n planning kitchens and demonstrating hotpoint appliances. Miss Hines invites you to consult her about any of your Kitchen problems while she is at Pride furniture and appliance co. All Day wednesday. Coach held in abortion death Pensacola Fla. A a a Young High school coach is being held a without Bond on a charge or hiring a Man to perform an abortion Fol lowing which an 18-year-old girl died. I c. W. Solari chief investigator j of the sheriffs office reported that William Henry Hamilt a 25, Frisco City coach appeared Volun Tarity saturday night and told his Story. The investigator said Hamilton signed a statement that he hired a Alton Johnson 34, Frisco City shoe 1 pame in saturday Nish a Quot a said store owner to perform the Abor waned t0 surrender and Tell a a j his Story. He had attended the in West and preliminary hearing for army they can t become involved the Johnsons Friday afternoon in a shooting War and would be county solicitor John l. Reese a. Vhf 8�de�?� isaid the manslaughter charges should the other Side win. Would remain against the John the growing neutralise the sons Lack of realism about communism the maximum sentence on conviction of either manslaughter or procuring charges is 20 years. A a Hamilton was placed in the appearance of Victory Over the county jail. A preliminary hearing i mighty United states and two the i probably will be held this week. J desire to Trade with communist l China. I it is not too far fetched to say that our troubles Here All Stem from our Folly in China. A free China Friendly to the United states would provide an outlet for japanese Trade. With a release of economic pressure the japanese could be expected to be More Friendly to our cause and would 1 feel a part of the United front against communism. But the japanese feel that communist recognition is inevitable that Chiang i will be dumped. A communist China strengthened by a seat in the United nations will inevitably succeed in drawing Japan into its orbit. Japan can be saved Only through realistic thinking and Wise 1 decisions on the part of the Eisen Hower administration. Copyright 1953 by Spadea Syndicate inc. Can be attributed to two things one the korean truce in which the communists have gained an Ches emphasized the importance of we us Bette a no by of Union economic Progress of american a la Tancy it would be Worth his workers they were at the same otherwise time sometimes without mention a a Quot ing it emphasizing the difference 3 stong Soidla to Between the positions of american a a. ,. T and soviet workers and the roles no met As pos which labor unions play or Are permitted to play in the two countries. And in any contrast of this kind nothing stands out More ironically than the role of communists in the american labor movement. In this country a Union can bargain freely with an owner for the highest wage a Plant will Bear and even strike to obtain its demands. In Russia a strike is unthinkable according to the communist theory strike against Saif the government owns All industries. All Plant managers Are employees of the government. So Are the workers. But everything in russian including the plants belongs to the people. Therefore a worker who struck would be striking but against his own property. Since a strike is unthinkable under this kind of reasoning a strike became not a strike but sabotage. A worker who led his Fellows off a Job would not be prosecuted for striking but for sabotage. Because the communist party is the government the communists can make the theory a reality by being in a position to impose the penalties. The penalties Are drastic. This makes russian Trade unions not an aggressive instrument of the workers demands but an aesthetic to keep them quiet. Since the government makes the plans Fly Home together Birmingham Ufir three Alabama soldiers who met while prisoners of the communists arrived i Here together , Home-1 Ward bound. The sex prisoners wire sgt. W. J. Kimbrell 24, Oakman Cpl. H. E. Fowler 21, Manchester and pfc. K. T. Pittman 20, Grove Oak Ala. The soldiers w Ould say Little about their experiences in the hands of the reds. A it we Asnat said Kimbrell. A a there a nothing to Taik about a said Fowler. A they fed us Rice and dried Beans a Little bread a it was pretty rough a said Pittman. All were in Camp no. 1 at Chung across the counter James l. Rankin a a it san ill wind that blows no Man Good a runs a familiar quotation. Or in the words of Shakespeare �?o111 blows the wind that profits perhaps the recent Tornado in Waco Texas was not an a will wind since Many people right Here in Decatur Alabama can Benefit by the warning. In Waco the wind completely demolished the 5� Story Brick building of r. T. Dennis furniture company and ruined the adjoining Joy theater. You May remember seeing wire photos of these ruins. The Waco Tornado furnishes a warning to commercial risks especially of the devastating Force Quot of such an occurrence and the importance of buying sufficient windstorm insurance Protection. The Dennis organization according to a National insurance newspaper carried business interruption insurance but in the event of fire Only. It probably Felt a a with severe consequences a that a windstorm loss be crippling. If you own improved property or operate a business you May profit by this example. One of our insurance companies will assume the risk of windstorm damage. You done to need to take the risk yourself May we discuss insurance Protection with you James l. Rankin insurance Bonds stain National Bank bldg. Phone 2688 starts tomorrow thru Friday Princess m Richard Causon Barbara Rush a Universal me National picture adults 65c children 25c coloured 35c we clean service and repair a ii makes of furnaces stokers Oil end Gas burners Davidson Cool amp feed co. Phone 78 wanted old watches up to $25 Alk Faaet re Dir a of make aft or condition on a new Bola a Al fun or balance on easy terms is created and sustained by credit Wmk i i i 116 second ave. S.6. Remember the Day All Day wednesday september 9 Pride furniture and appliance co. 116 e. Moulton to. Phone 618 hands tied because Yoa Lack a High school diploma you can get one Cit Home in your spare time if you Are 16 or Over and have left school write Tor interesting tree Booklet a tells you How a a a a a a a a a a a a american school. Dept. Do. . Baa 1005. Birmingham Ala. Send me your tree 44-Poge High school Book. age address a. _ City Stott it is generally conceded that the disastrous depression of the Early thirties was caused by Over Extension of credit. Too Many people bought More than they could pay for promptly and their credit had to be stopped. Production was curtailed. Millions of jobs were lost. Wages went Down. Prices collapsed even the Farmer could not produce profitably. So you see How important it is to american Prosperity that Good credit be maintained. Since you Are a part of the american credit system it is important that you pay your obligations promptly. Those who extend credit Learned their lesson from the depression they Stop credit now to those who Don t pay promptly. Have you Learned your lesson keep your credit Good and keep America prosperous credit Bureau of Decatur l

Search All Newspapers in Decatur, Alabama

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Decatur Daily Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Decatur Daily?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection