Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 26, 1965 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1965. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THREE Viet Nam War Is Being Fought In Emotionless Vacuum: Boyle By .HAL BOYLE DA NANO, South Viet Namj (AP) — What this war needs is' a little amateur hating ' It is, as has been pointed outj by a number of observers, a dif-1 ferent kind of war for us. Ouri men over here are mostly pro-1 fessionals. I We are used to winning our i wars with masses of civilians in I uniform led by cadres of professional warriors. But in this war in Viet Nam the whole show is ACME QUALITY HOUSI MINT No. 20 Trim White fffAtffO.fM QUALITY Martins' Hardware Sophi* St. Btssemcr Phone 663-4417 mainly by the professionals That makes for a different kind of war. The civilian soldier is usually! an angry soldier. He has to have someone to hate, such as Adolf Hitler in World War II. The professional soldier, on the other hand, rarely is fueled by emotion. War is more to him like a boxing match in which the payoff goes to long training and skill. That seems to be the situation over here. Our people don't seem to be particularly angry at anybody. They regard their assignment rather as if it were merely a kind of unpleasant places are taken by new men who have to learn from scratch, and the war goes on and on and on. None of this is meant to criticize the morale of the American professional fighting men here, which is high, or their performance which is excellent. But one has the feeling it is a war fought in an emotionless vacuum, and that it might go a little better for us if we could work up more real old- fashioned hatred of the enemy. One of the psychological hur- our Senate Sidesteps Thorny Issues; Passes 18 Bills By DICK BARNES Associated Press Writer LANSING (AP>—The Senate! side-stepped thorny questions and passed only 18 bills Tues- dles is the fact that « u . side lacks a love object even| da y Dut prepared for action more than it lacks a focal hate! today on county home rule. Sen. Terry Troutt, D-Romulus chief sponsor of the measure to give counties more independent governing authority, said Tues- for his feat in defeating]day he was sure sufficient votes the French army in 1954. j were available to pass the bill. figure. The only really national hero among the Vietnamese North and South, is Ho Chi Minn, still admired by all fac- to be taken in stride : As the result of the present, ! rotation policy, this seems less | like a war to a finish than an extended training exercise under combat conditions. An, i Army captain comes for a year.: I a fighter pilot for 90 days. j j Then they go home, their l iike him our job would be a lot easier," said an officer. "It helps when you've got a leader the people can really cuddle up to." Ever serve appetizer kabobs made with marinated cooked shrimp and chunks of fresh or drained canned pineapple? Fashi ion at her feet! Fashionable, feminine styling for the new soft summer look is here now in our new shoe collection! to No Sales Tax A.-A Thong, A Strop Coolness! tone leather. The back strap gives snugness that feels fine. B.-Sophisticated little-Girl Look A slim strap of a skimmer, crafted of reptile-duplicate white Ganges leather. Tough, too. C.-Summer in a Silken Shoe wardrobe. In tintable white or blue or black to wear often. D.-The Charm of Simplicity ~ r*,^ .SCt'''^^ weather wardrobe. The skimmer pump on 8 stacked heel. White, pink or blue leather. E.-The Bow-Catcher Pump ing crescents and bow-tied neatly to one side. High-heeled flattery. F -Nothing to Hinder Comfort into this broad-vamp sadal-slipe of yellow or blue Ganges leather or natural straw. FREE PARKING IN HURLEY Locally Owned and Locally Operated NO SALES TAX 3-EASY WAYS TO "CHARGE IT" AT PAUL'S IN HURLEY : pected to be a proposal by Sen. i John McCauley, D-Wyandotte, ! that county legislative elections | I be nonpartisan. Troutt's bill i i calls for election under party 1 ! designation. ; The question 01 school aid, on Ithe Senate calendar for days, was taken off Tuesday when the House approved a compromise | aid plan. The Senate will wait until June to act on the House bill rather than pass its own act. Majority leader Raymond JDzendzel, D-Detroit, put on a; i call of the Senate Tuesday | ! which literally locked members i in the chamber. But most mea| sures which seemed about to , provoke long debate were delayed. i Senate-originated bills must; ! be passed in the Senate by Fri-1 day or else be dead for this i i legislative session. Some 65 i items remained in position for i action. i Bills approved Tuesday in- j eluded: i —A pair establishing uniform! ! milk inspection and easing the [ ; way for export of Michgan-1 ! produced milk. I I —Two providing for freej i choice between optometric and! ' opthamological services in j health insurance and social wel- i fare. i —A measure requiring the j purchaser of a healing profession to report such purchase to the state licensing board for the ! profession. ! The Senate rejected 8-29, i however, a bill which would have prohibited publishing or ; broadcasting the name of a living victim of a sex crime. I i The milk bills—separate from ('controversial milk-pricing legis- I lation in the House—are de- j signed to ease the plight of farmers faced with varying standards of inspection by various governmental units. Agriculture committee chair; man Sen. Roger Johnson, D-.1 Marshall, assured the Senate that quality of Michigan milk would not be affected. Adherance to federal stan- • dards would, he said, permit; Michigan producers to export! ; milk and compete with producers now sending milk from other states into Michigan. Sidnaw Personals i Jesse Bowers Jr., Camp Me- I Coy, is spending a month's leave i here with his parents. i Thomas Thompson, Mr. and ! Mrs. Marvin Stebbins Jr. and j children, Mrs. Helen Chapm a n,! ! Mrs. Kathryn Chapman and , ' Mrs. Margaret Chapman, were! I L'Anse callers during the past! i week. I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shell e y ; were Iron River callers Thurs ; day. Mrs. Waino Niemi has re- ! : turned home from Ann Arbor. i Mrs. David Salli. Watton, visi-1 ted friends here last week. i Mrs. August Rappi left May 20 by train to Waukegan, 111., to attend the wedding of her ; granddaughter. She was accom- i panied to L'Anse by Mrs. Keith ; Shingler. ' I Mrs. Clifford Williams re-; turned home May 20 from Bar! aga County Memorial Hospital, 'L'Anse, where she had been a; : patient for one week. j ; Mrs. Joseph Beauprey, M r s . i | Harold Champine, Mrs. Mar-; ! guerite Beck and Mrs. Beatrice Wakeford were L'Anse call e r s ' last week. i Gerald Niemi has returned to' ! 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