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Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - March 10, 1965, Port Angeles, Washington Court orders figure marches Joe Ai j i i by Kelso Al civil fights leaders planned a new March on the Dallas county courthouse today after a ont ration by about including hundreds of the nations ended out after the Demon stration was Over three White out town ters were beaten by five or six White assailants and one of the victims was in critical Condi marchers in tuesdays dem conducted in de Fiance of a Federal court order and a plea by president John turned around peacefully when they were confronted with a human Wall of state before the March a representative of president Johnsons administration had conferred with three of the principles in the Selma civil rights former Leroy Collins of head of the Federal Community relations had spoken with Martin Luther King sheriff James Clark and Al commander of the state Collins declined to say what was but Leader of the vote told newsmen Collins had handed him some thing of a route for the March after talking with Lingo and King said the civil leaders had agreed in Advance to turn Back if troopers halted a Federal court injunction had forbidden the March to Mont Gomery and president Johnson had asked negroes to obey the but King said he and other leaders Felt they must March again to plead for negro voting a similar March sunday ended in violence when state troopers routed about 450 be the James and the Orloff both of and the Clark of who were among the 450 clergymen who came to Selma to protest the bloody beatings Given negroes were attacked outside a negro cafe where they had just All three Are ministers of the Assoc a Reeb underwent brain sur Gery Early this morning at the University of Alabama medical Center in Birmingham where he was rushed from a Selma Hosp Tal after losing Olson and Miller both minor Olson said the group had just eaten at walkers they the assailants came across port Angeles evening March 3 to decide on extending Hunt for Noil murderers break up negro March Alabama state police swing clubs to break up voter demonstration March in negroes were Many a the and one of them hollered you Nigger then they hit the Reeb with a stick and knocked the Miller to the one of them pummelled i dont recall what happened when we had recovered our senses we went and got Selma Public safety director Wilson Baker said a full scale investigation and search for the attackers was under Al though the information he had to go on was Selma had to show its said Nobel peace prize the three minis ters were beaten by it was cowardly Selma has been the Center of a vote registration drive for nearly eight weeks and has seen More than persons arrested since last state troopers and members of the Dallas county posse used Billy clubs and tear Gas to break up the first attempt by the group to March to Montgomery 50 Miles the beating Given the negro marchers brought the nations clergymen pouring into Selma by the hundreds for tuesdays this was the greatest ont ration the greatest confrontation weve Ever had in the King said after the March was win in Cash one of ten prizes just draw your dream Home then Send it in contest is open to Northwest dents 18 years of age or easy to enter nothing to but Mai the Coupon below for your contest Lules and entry contest closes april building let us estimate the Cost of building your own design on your lot choose from More than two dozen available plans each offering unlimited if you Well even make All the necessary Cial in Many your lot 10 Down my mail today Kim and draw your dream House Contat Rule i f Riv up who Mew Ivan Wim vhf i s imm Wev w i or win to4 to lot m4 would Tinct your Belfi Katf of Mem Chico lumber and hard wars these people came from As far away As and from As far South As we never Felt we could get to Montgomery we knew we would be stopped by the King but on the basis of conscience we had to March and stand up to the troopers at the place where the brutality took place King said he had made it Clear to Nicholas Katzenbach monday night that the marchers were going to go to at least the spot of the beat the Federal government has been concerned about the Selma situation and the Justice department has ordered a com plete investigation into sundays flying is confusing but Elias Antar saudi Arabia a a plane to saudi Ara Bia is More than just a Way of getting it is a time machine that catapults you into a maddening Quicksand of about six different the system under which arabians set their wristwatches to half a dozen times often leads to confusion and missed take arabic for every Day at As the Muzzell Calls the faithful to everyone adjusts his watch to 12 no one knows whether it is supposed to be Midnight or but it really makes no no mat Ter what the clock few people believe it is a new Day until they see the morning it is about 850 Miles Between the kingdoms West and East with Mountain ranges in Between that makes for Early practically every bedouin tent keeps a different since the Sun sets at different times from Day to Day and sea son to a Man May real ize at the end of a lifetime that he has few Good years this then there Are the foreign or outside in on the red you can use Green wich mean time with three hours Western Sun time adjust your watch to 6 Oclock instead of 12 at Sunset every which is just Plain Greenwich mean or any other time you care to Anchor yourself most of the foreign Community staggers along confusedly on Western Sun local wags say Western Sun time was invented by the British embassy because it refused to serve cocktails at 12 while this arrangement May be fairly firm on the in the Interior things really break in this visitors generally use Greenwich mean time plus 3va give or take 10 minutes or the tonal airline is half an hour Dif Ferent All Over the meaning a lot of passengers miss their you Tell the hotel desk you want to catch the 7 Oclock plane next Day and the Man beams brightly Back a the i Oclock plane that leaves two hours after or you have made a late Ning of it and you give firm str colons not to be awakened before so you Are roused out at 3 in the this sort of thing got to be too much for a Man named Hig who ran the local Power station Here a few years one the Story he sen bled Bis staff Early in the morning and Laid Down the Ive had enough of he it is now 12 Oclock Higgins and from now on this station is going to run on Higgins and it has Ever experienced residents have Learned to Cope with things by wearing a watch with two ill fated King said even though the marchers did not go past the spot where the state troopers stopped them negroes still plan to March on Montgom the state we will March on Montgom Ery by the thousands next King adding that an exact Date has not yet been District judge Frank Johnson had ordered King not to March but King said his conscience forced him to defy the unjust King said this is the first time he has Ever defied a Federal court order and he realized that he might be held in contempt of court for his King will go into Federal court at Montgomery thursday to seek to enjoin George Wai Lingo and Clark from interfering with the negroes Montgomery an order seeking such action was filed in the court monday and Johnson issued an order prohibiting All marches until the thursday when president Johnson heard the negroes were going to defy the court he urged them not to do he also asked for Calm and for respect of Law and the March got under Way about the marchers stretched out for More than a mile As they wound their Way through the streets of Selma to the Alabama River the atmosphere was tense in the but the streets were utterly at the Start of the March about 20 White persons jeered and insulted the but there were several persons standing in the gathering of lookers who tried politely to Lence those doing the state troopers were spotted at each intersection arid in groups in the Middle of each the Sun was shining and their Bronze badges and Blue helmets they All car ried Billy As the procession reached the Selma Side of the Deputy marshal Stanley Fountain of Mobile asked the marchers to Stop while he read the part of the court order prohibiting the i am aware of the court or King said and then rated he wanted to i am not going to interfere with this Fountain let them the few Law enforcement offi cers on hand at that spot stepped Back and the March the group reached the Middle of the Hump backed Bridge Over the Muddy River and stretched across the Road about 500 Yards in front of a solid Wall of state slowly and steadily they walked in almost Complete is when the marchers came to within about 15 Yards of the troopers John Cloud spoke Over his Loudspeaker you Are ordered to stand where you this March will not we have a right to King there also is a right to March to Cloud made it Clear he was not going to let the marchers go through and King asked him for permission to you can have your prayer and then you must return to your Cloud the which had closed up in a tight formation stretching about a Knelt on the Roadway and after the marchers finished praying and stood Cloud or dered the troopers to get off the leaving it open both ways for the almost the marchers turned around and started Back across the Bridge to Germany a the West German bundestag opened debate today on proposals to extend the Hunt for nazi Justice minister Ewald or told the House that Chancel Lor Ludwig Erhards Cabinet would not make any proposal of its own on How to Deal with nazi War criminals after May the Day the statute of limitations rules out starting further cution of War crime but Bucher said the Cabinet would abide by any decision parliament under the a Pendant cannot be prosecuted unless a Case has been opened within 20 Ernst a member of Erhards Christian democratic party disagreed with the West Berlin who studied at the University of wis plans to introduce a Bill to extend the statute of limitations by 10 lumber fire Seattle a Nettleton lumber officials said a fire which sent flames towering into the sky tuesday stroking a planing resulted in More than eight two ladder companies and two fireboat kept the Blaze from spreading to a huge lumber warehouse and Mill nearby in the Southend Industrial officials said the fire started when friction of lumber moving through the planing machinery generated enough heat to ignite Wood powder and the owns lion socialist party plans to propose an amendment to the Constitution abolishing All time limits on prosecutions for murder and this quires a twixt herds majority for former Chancellor Konrad Adenauer has suggested that the limitation be talked but that it be counted from the year the West Federal Republic was the Cabinet decided last no vember that the Hunt for nazi murderers would Stop on May but there was Strong unfavourable reaction particularly in the United states and is Woff office space for rent office or store space for rent in Nichols mall on 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