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December 29, 1989 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-29

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The 1960s .

Continued from preceding page

tacked the administration's

critics.
"Folk singer Joan Baez

served a jail term for her part
in anti-war demonstrations.
Dr. Benjamin Spock was
sentenced to jail for conspir-
ing to counsel draft evaders in
the Vietnam war.
"Jack Nicklaus was the

leading money winner on the
golf circuit and pitcher San-
dy Koufax was paid $125,000
a season before arthritis end-
ed his career in 1966.
"Pro football's NFL com-
missioner Pete Rozelle signed
network contracts that would
bring in the total of $142
million by 1974.
"The firing of moonbound
Apollo 8 on Dec. 21, 1968,
marked man's first step to a
heavenly body. Astronauts

The 1960s were
years of violence,
anti-establishment,
discoveries,
science
breakthroughs, war
and peace.

Frank Borman, Jim Lovell
and Bill Anders signaled the
historic moment in space.
"Apollo 11 blasted off for
the moon on July 16, 1969.
Astronaut Neil Armstrong
radioed earthward the words,
`The Eagle has landed!
"People are still question-
ing, 'If they can land a man
on the moon, why can't they
find a cure for cancer?'
"The decade of the 1960s
was the computer age. The
computer sent bills, matched
mates, spewed out astrology
charts and charted space
flights.
"The 1960s were years of
violence, anti-establishment,
discoveries, science break-
throughs, war and peace.

"Lapel buttons gave
Americans a simple, direct
way of expressing their views
on all kinds of volatile issues.
"These buttons said, 'Don't
trust anyone over 30,"I am a
human being: Do not fold,
spindle or mutilate,' Warn-
ing: Your local police are arm-
ed and dangerous,' Flower
Power,' You fight and die but
can't drink at 18; and 'Help,
I'm having an identity crisis.'
"The mottoes, 'Make love,
not war,' and 'Suppose they
gave a war and nobody came,'
are well remembered. Today
they say, 'I'm a lover, not a
fighter.
"Nobdy who was young in
the '60s will ever forget that
fabulous, frightening
decade." ❑

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