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Nominate Long Beach's "FATHER of Me YEAR" He will be awarded many valuable prizes if the father you nominate is the winner. . Long Beach retail flrmi are contributing the awards. The Independent, Press-Telegram, span* ·or of the contest, will give the winner a trophy, Gifts include: · A $10 gift certificate from Sears · Mohair wool tropical suit from Buffums' · Sport shirt from J. C. Penney Co. ' · Robe from Montgomery Ward Co. · Eversharp pen and pencil set from Lawson's · Straw hat from Andover Shop - ' " . · Eastman Kodak Star flash camera kit from Wlnstead Bros. · - · . , , . ' · ·· ··-·.·-. , · . · Box of Wing white shirts from Walker's · Papermate desk writing set from Thrifty Drug · Flannel slacks from Levins Men's Wear · ' · Sport shirt from Foreman Clark ' It's easy ...fun ...rewarding.. Here's all you do: , Simply nominate (In SO wordi or leu) a man you know deierving of (he title "Father of the Year." The nominee doei not have, to \e a reildent of Long Enoch, but may reticle anywhere In the trade territory lerved by thli newspaper. And, perioni making nomlnatloni need not be a relative of the man they would have honored, Entrlet have been received , for , Seoutmaiten, mlnliteri, ichool- teaehen and merchants who are doing youth work. , ' The entry ihould give the reaioni why, In the ' wrlter'i opinion, the nominee deiervet the honor, ' '. lilting some actual Initancei where the man hoi done outitandlng work. .-·· · ; Neatnen of the writing or spelling will have no bearing on the declilon by the judge*. : . · Deadline for submitting a nominee In the contest ., It midnight, Sunday, May 26. Thli will give the judges ample time to check all entries. ". ,, _ Entries should be submitted In 50 words or less to the: , . ,... . - , _ ·_,;· . . . - . . - · "Father of the Year Contest" ' v 'Independent, Press-Telegram, . 6th and Pine Ave., Long Beach. There will be a special section In the Sunday Independent, Press-Telegram announcing the winner with his picture on the cover. This will appear Sunday, June 9, a week ahead of Father's Day. ; In the special section will be advertisements and ' starlet on special gifts and gift suggestions to i honor dad. · . ,.!· Send Your Entry Today! C-f-INDEPENDENT : " ll^ THI. Mur 11, lt*7 Death Notices FALTERMAN -- NeU David, I n f a n t son of Mr. and Mrs. Audry F a l t e r m a n . 3202 Los Coyotes Diagonal, died Sunday. Surviving In addition to parent* li a b r o t h e r , Ronnie Glen, Graveside Service today, JO a. m., All Souls Cemetery. Lakewood Mortuary directing. 1 HENSLEE -- W l l m e r Am- brosc,,53, of 3433 Kallln St. died Friday. Surviving are wife, Evelyn; son, Ralph Wllmer; daugh. tcr, Mrs. Margie Boronlch and Mrs. Donna Williams; stepson, William Luckenblll: sister, Mrs. Mildred Fftnmll; brother, Jlu* bert. Service today, 2:30 p.m., Hillside Church, Roie Hill* Me- morlnl Park. .Rose Hills Mortu ary directing. Ship Arrivals, Departures EKNKIJI DUE VnltlaV ' * , Oollna IMIawara (tar) Ilkr) 23S 231) \KMnr.LH HUB TODAY . Brown (Lib] of Ottawa I Chriiloa (Ubl An.1 Portland llp.nl .r-- . Oan, Pat. Corp, Tha Ttaaa Co. May 21 U.y 91 . rw-- Vantura Oakland Chry.il njtkr INI K.yaton.r ilkrt Ian M.iiau Marn (Jap) 7" Mnrrnatland M2-B Malhw Uuek'batk S30.B Old Colny Marln.r 1.B.8 Oc«n I.bo,,h r - ' - rali rianukl M. IJap Bom.rrllla (Mor Hwilon Ttrukwi M Ulp) Tup«on Victory Vlranla i|. (Jap) Wallham Victory . AIM /he m.s Ann I-IO 14* , Curacao Am.rl.an Mail U Norklolk N, Atlantic * bull ' :l rMmindo Blandard oil Mobil. HI.til Marin. I.IM Marllnaa W, H. Wlck.ribam , Yokohama O. H. K. Un. i rallan Moora MrCormatk IJ. ' flilt Kran Luck.nbah Lin. · Han Kran J*ae. Far Kail IJ, ' fean Kran, rltt.v Mrlna Ij. , : l.lvaipool N. r. K. Una Vano Canadian Trananort , Kob. Admanlhoa Hhlu Opr, Koba "K' r iJna Jl. IKUna " I'op. * Talbol Yokohama Koklnal l.ln. Nurwalk Popa * Talbut Una Dw U Kill-- I'M-- Irid.llPlla May 21 Han Wan May 21 Yokehama May 23 rJhlmliu May 24 -- ' May 2J May 11 May 2.1 May 2.1 May 2,1 May 21 May 21 M m v iliy ilty N.w York Han Kran Hrooklyn flan K »w Ynfh |*urU«nd LANDER--Francis A., 59, of 20 E, Plymouth St., died Sunday. I Surviving arc wife, Mnrjorle; son, John F.; daughters, Sharon and Mary L a n d e r ; brother, Kred; sisters, Mrs. A r t h u r Schmidt and Mrs. William Monroe. Rosary today, 8:13 p.m., St. Athanaslus C h u r c h . Requiem mam Wednesday, 9 a.m. Sheelar- McKadycn Mortuary dlrectlne. RAICH--Mn. Ida, 1341 Gar- dcnla Avc,, died Saturday. Service today, 1 p.m., Mottell's Peek Mortuary. W A L K K K -- M n . Elizabeth Ann, 82, of 323 Roycraft Avc., died Monday. Surviving are husband. James E,; son, Dale L.; daughter, Mrs, Ellen Moore. Service Wednesday, 1:30 p.m., Chris. tensen-PIno Mortuary. L O N O O -- M i c h a e l , 65, of 1445U LIndeii Ave.. died Friday. Surviving are wife, S a b l n a ; itepson, George W. Smith; step- Chris C.; son, Eugene; daughter, daughter*, Mrs, Phylli Mrs. Angellne Baalke; brother, Wednesday, 8 p.m. In Spongberg Mortuary Chapel, Mass will be celebrated Thursday Dulles, Stassen Discuss Soviet .' -·*'. * * . · i Disarm Offer WASHINGTON UP) -- Seen tary of Stnte Dulles met wll disarmament a d v i s e r Hnrol Stassen Monday to discuss nc ippronches towanl an arms llm tatlon agreement with Russia. The private Dulles - Stasse Mrs. . Emily Lavell and Mrs., Marian Ddlaney. Service Wednesday, 11 a.m., Chrtstensen-Plno Mortuary. Movth sore from slipping FALSE TEETH? iow nn PUMA-QUIP i.ntur» po.d.r 1. . blwlnil Whit., , « Mwdir bold. putN nrm for boun. 6«i'» ·h.ll-up''. CMt eomfort .rTiJ: ll.f with .lt.lln. PMMA^UUP DW Ul P1.U pevdw. Al Ml Una itarwT MEDICAL REDUCING PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS Sptclalltlng In · · W.lght Rofuctlan TREATMENT BY MEDICATION MODERATE FEES Inntai HMV. , DR. O, MAHAN AND STAFF iiunown-- i nmwtr An, Ph. Mlll.ll O-3JJ4 CUNNINOHAM-Mrs. Margie Betty, 35. of 446 W. Pacific Coast Hwy., died Saturday, Scr vice at Houston, Tex. Christen. sen-Plno M o r t u a r y directing locally. · HISCO--Leo John, 31. of Veterans Administration Hospital, died Saturday. Surviving are father, Nick. Service at Lcmoore, Calif. Chrlstensen-Plno Mortuary directing locally, OELKEKS-Edmund George, 59, of 292 Covlna Ave., died Saturday, Surviving are wife, Made- lelne; sisters, Elizabeth Oelkers and Mrs. Marie Dlnon. Service Thursday, 9 a.m., Mottell's Peek Mortuary. WVNNE--Nellie N,, 76, of 419 Rhea St.. died Sunday, Surviving are her husband, A. Arthur; sisters, Mrs. Vena Cramsey, Mrs. in St. Athanasius Church. c "\T T A : Veteran L.A. Teacher Dies in Long Beach Erma R o w l a n d , Mrs. Grant: brothers, Archie Fern Cole and Floyd Cole. Service Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. In Holton and Son Chapel. Burial In Westminster Memorial Park. HI-ARKS--Margaret Clara, 46, of 18820 Yukon Ave. r Torrance, idled Friday. Surviving Is her 'husband, William. Service will I be private today at 10 a.m. FOLTS--Robert Francis, 31. of 2075 Torrance Blvd., Tor- ranee, died Thursday. Surviving are his wife, Ethel; daughter, Uoso Mary; step-daughter, Beverly Jean Price; brother, Fred B, Service was held Monday at Mrs. Irmgard Julia Christ mas. 5320 La Pasada, Los An geles public schools teacher, who once taught -under the Ethiopian Ministry ot Educa. tlon at Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, died Monday. Mrs. Christmas was a native of Bock, Germany, and a graduate of University of Chicago. She had lived In Long Beach two years. Survivors Include a daughter, Mrs. Clarence' Roberson, of Long Beach; sister, Mrs. Edmeel Tomarchlo of Los Angeles; and two grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 11 a.m, Wednesday In Mottell's Peek Chapel, 3rd St. and Ala- mltos Ave. The family nsked that donations be made to the Cancer Fund In lieu of flowers. In Stone and Myers Burial in Roosevelt 3 p.m. Chapel. Cemetery In Torrance. McILVAINE-- Mark Kitchen, 32. of No. 5 C.C.M.O., Torrance, died Saturday. Surviving are his wife, Rose; son, Jerry; stepdaughter, Jean Hasten; brother, John: sisters, Mrs. C. C. Lathman, Mrs. Dorothy Brown, Mrs. E. at Betty Owens, Mrs. Lillian Moulton. Service Thursday 2 p.m., In Stono and Myers Chapel. Burial In Green Hills Cemetery, San Pedro. MKRTZ-- Sarah Mary, 78. of 270 E. 59th St., died Monday. Surviving arc her husbnnd, Films of Europe Will Be Shown to Texas Group Motion pictures of Ireland, England, Germany, France and Italy will be shown by Louis A. Slstl at the covered dish din- ncr meeting of the Texas Society at 6:30 p. m. Saturday In Linden Hall, Broadway and Linden Ave. Nnncyleo Hayes will sing. Mrs. Addle Maye Dial will be program chairman. A plaque was presented Mrs. Dora A, Kahlcr, Immediate past president, by David B. Livingston, vice president, at a recent meeting of the Texas Society. Mrs. Kahler has served three terms as president since the society was organized In 1917, Writer Would Let Reds See theU.S. Way] CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va (UK)-- William Faulkner,' Nobc and Pulitzer pi-lzc winning au thor, said Monday the United Slates "should bring In all the Communists we can find." se them up In jobs and homes, and not bother them. Ending a four-month stint as writer In residence at the Unl versity of Virginia, Faulkner told a news conference that Importing Communists nnd other foreigners would be the best way to show them tho merit ol American life. · · · · FAULKNER said that under present Stato Department policy the picture presented of the United States Is not a true one "We should stop trying to sell our country to other*," he said. "We should try to bring people here to show It to them." Faulkner said the U.S. Is try. Ing to get countries "which are already our friends and trying to sell them Illusory Ideas." · · · · "I WOULD Import the whole family Intact on the provision they are Communists," he said. "I'd get a job for them, put the kids In school and not bother them at all. Then I'd let them meeting was a prelude to high level talks with other government agencies on the American government's position. Joining Dulles at tho meeting were Robert Bowie, assistant secretary of utatc for policy planning, and Counscler George ?. Relnhnrdt, an expert on Soviet affairs. THE STATE DEPARTMENT declined to comment on the meeting.' Meanwhile, responsible offl clali said a vlgurous bnckstngc debate was shaping'up within he Elsenhower administration over how far any new American counterproposal should go. They pointed to Adm. Arthur V. Radford's remarks Sunday s clearly signaling continuing kcptlclim within the Defense Department about the sincerity f Russla'a attitude toward (Us- rmament, 'We cannot trust the Rus- Vital Statistic Births.: · · . : ' · FimiKR _ llr. and Mra, DorfaM 0., iJIMj Granada Av« . sl'l. May. 17, UVOr.KU.AN-Mr. and lln, oiaaA t.., «liJ \v»jf it., I , a k . w o « d , t~r, BAUKlt--Mr. and Mr.. D.TI4 A..'t2M Tba Tolrto. ilrl. May 30. HKAHIIIK MKMIIHIAL HtWPITAL KllAMMER-Mr « Mra. R. r,. IJlJt Majua |jr,. Korwalk, boy. Majr 14. MAIlt:i,I^Ur. * Mr. gulntoa, m«H c'aliklll Ata., Wllminatun. ilrl. O K I . I . A M Y -- M r * lr«. H. J.. J3I14 · Iwm.il.r Av«., J'aramount, Uiy, OKA*IJA-Ur. * Mr. Yut.ka. 'JJM1 · ipbln. 81., u.rd.n urova; a'rl. Knolli Harbor Oly.' ftt], iay I* DAl,T)tf-Mr. A Mra. Jt II. ll W. Hrott Bt.. Un« ]f*.ch, alrl Ma/ 14 COOKK-Mr. * Hi. '). «lo" 'ilia Bt.. J»n( Bfaah. · Iwy. JA%ON-- Mr, l«th HI b«iy DK IIOI.lA-- III. * Un Ollb.rt. IIM'K. . -- . lUrnlllo An Hr.. n. C..' 1161 ««mK-iiV.-A 'ill'. "K' i 4 ; 223. w. Wlllard HI.. Uiy M.y 15 ., ' DIi'KKclllU--Mr. A Mr. W D 1«I31 Onrllaifl Av. P.ramounl a«r M.v 16. ' '' a, Mri. W. K.. 41I1X ^.rnaan. Ava., alrl, May !,, t UKNHKTT-Ut May 15. . ^ ·T. MAnvH nonriTAi. UIM.KK--Mr. * Mra, naoria M,, W^NTUItOOK-Vi^'i *j5ra. - 1T73 K, Mill HI., .Irl M.r UII.-KKY-kr. * l"r. J,J,i Jow. AV... hoy Mar l«. OIICII--Mr. * :j... IVjn.1,1 K, Mth Mt Apl. M, K i r 1 "- DAKI1KTT-- Mr. I, lit.. bur. 4731 W., J., ).. ID i K:, nrvor. rir, Mar.la, Mri. HlrhaM U, ]f4 11. Trui AI,I,AHI--Mr. _ W, 20th ht, boy. May 1 NlU:itMN-'sir. * Mr.. PA?Nr!l'«'/."» A *h..' 1 y.n,. 1 .V*IA Cfirta Clrcl., Bu.na Park, May Jo. [I'Ni'lf--llr. M.y 11 BAIINETT-Ur. Ur«. nirh.nl' · Edwarda Ht,, Tri t:ity, ' t go home," lans on this or anything," Radon! said In commenting on the Ine weeks of East-West dial-moment talks In London. · · · · ·THE COMMUNISTS h a v e roken their word with every ountry with which they have vcr had an agreement." he dded. Radford Is chairman of he joint chiefs of staff. Somewhat m o r e optimistic iewi have been expressed pre- ioualy by President Eisenhower nd Dulles, Both have said the ovlets seem more serious now bout disarmament than they ave been at any time since the nd of World War II. The effect of Defense Depart ent skepticism may be to limit ny concessions tho American ovcrnment may offer to a bare . IOI.UNDKH-- Mr. »:tii K.n l-.bl* rn I M M t N l t Ull.i.m IU:KO-- Mr. A Or.fton A*... E., Ut Ch.rUl lrl, M. A Mr.. lltrh«rt, * b»r, M.y it. ' -Mr. * Mri. J.m.a A., ,-r.p. II. llr. Trl City, (Irl, May Mr.. Warr.n L., 4074 boy. Miy 18. ArtHiiAl.i'^Hr. A Mr«. lonald U., t v 2 j Jnolri.ru Av... Klrl. M«y 14. JOHNSON --Mr. * ilrl W i l l i a m U., IS-it Tulin. Av. . boy. M.y la, M I N T K l t -- M r . * Mra. Oil,, P., 4110 Ht.nbrtdl. Av... boy, Mar 11, UNOil--llr. * lira. Jon.ph P.. 18«0 Bhl|.w.y AVI., ilrl. Uay II. Carriage Liccnucs · Um AM.r.l.1.1 COt'.STV ' ' Rlth.nl Uwl. MoMl.y. 2133 Itocatl HI. ^ _ _ _. . Jl. llnr.1 J.n. il.niun, 127 K. 65lh HI. _. 21. John t»» Klnn. IU.YJ Ixiulo Av... t.ynwoo.1 , , . . n. Ann. Jiwphln. rh..«, 1123 Lout*. Jtfl nail* '"A".". .on, Uont.riy minimum. EDUCATOR CRITICAL Gifted Students 'Need More Work!' Fitly H. Av»., Can Du Jam*i K. VonMH, c,, ln A, ii outii ( fr*. 71s . Mtnttr, 1750 U(t»tU«V i1»n* ....... _ ............... JiMbx, 7621 Lincoln Ht., ........ .,, ... ,,. . . . «llfnt»f, «40? . 33. a«. . *.|i , ... _ ...... ',, 11. IT.-iT N, Normtn* Ani»l*i._ J3, u, Nit.-, VliKJHlt ·, ........... ____ (,J3. b, lUrflty Av*., Df lor.i U.r'aidllia" Julihioni Ufa htort. J. Paliiito»r»2l'~Fllnr~Ava7, \ At.* WUnl"|iori'. 2 Jl" _*" '"] Paul l).ah, 212 fill, HI., 8aar har.m kay iiuch.h.n, 24*'J Oratnin r. TUk UiiiiniiitV. "lOI2"W»l"- i Av«., _ . ,, , _ , . . , , Ldvint Joh(i«n. 10(2 Walt Frank Tull' Hleh.nl r JI.""vVll.on7" 13440TM V.'l.ro.r Vr.n'.'l l?."l'r.'ie?n'v.T" 11314 "oiia'-'"' I floUrl""".. llu'w'itrd! 170M B." .Na« ' M»rmihln riar.l.n.. ... . . 21, BlJIla E. K.ll.y, 1114 W. 20tth II., WAKE UP RARIN' TO GO ·acluch* Baby Bears Flee, Mama Collapses NEW YOriK Wl -- Once upon a time there are three benrs, a mama bear and two baby bears. They lived In the Proipcct Park Zoo In Brooklyn, The (wo bnby bears scampered up the wire enclosure and capcd from their cage were lassooed and quickly , tram unim M. ' on Bn Du ' , d other policemen. thc TM«fnient wa, too OHM on »nh much for the mnmma bear. She - collapsed and died of a heart mar b. mild Nadd.r Irritation followlm attack, irronr food and* drink--of Un a.lUm up · mtlMa unaomrorlaMa Mini, F« ,,,!.. TM.l.f ,,, 1^.,.. n,^ Tfc., a , . Q wner CJNaNNATI W1-.A vetena school superintendent said Mon day able high school student should be compelled to work hard Instead of "cutting the sharp corners." , , · Philip J. Hlckey, head of St Louis schools since 1912, said "we can profitably look to mak Ing our secondary school opcr ntlon more efficient by re-exam Inlng the courses of dubious value which have accumulated In the curriculum through the years." On the convention program of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers, Hlckey :allcd tor Improvements In 'both the quality and quantity of our learning programs." · · · * "WE CAN" move more aggros, slvely," he said, "Into a policy of requiring able high school students to get the kind of learning program they ought to havo Instead of permitting them to cut tho sharp corners as too many now do." . . . , Hlckey noted "we aro now making some feeble preliminary efforts . . . to make available the kind of support the Indigent but able student needs to get to college," but said stronger efforts are needed. Several bills providing scholarships for able but needy students are before Congress. Hickcy urged that gifted children be separated early 'rom o t h e r children and jlven special work. He criticized [he Idea that this "swells their icads, makes them feel con spicuously superior to their less able friends and violates some vague precept of democracy," 34. ., Jr. w»lll, Nancy Tf»n«ro. 11510 Vlctiovan Ava., Down.y, ..... 23. Don.lil J. liorwn. fcttfl IHrchbark' lliv.ra 7T Carm.n «, D.l«, 12737'. Wlillll.r , llorar. A. MKorl., Av... Fuii.rton, _ ,, _. . 31. i.rjf.r.t I'.. Hi, a q, 15.1* H. Hyca- Carl".""t, lnB«li!°"l»r"Ma"k.l'siT, ' Ju Arn 11 r, i.nll, AN.nl. .. Krl« Kl . VylvMKr, JlKl Wil ^..titli (lull. f l l n . u«rit Po»ill, Xi» llonrto ...... 0«otM W. nownb»ff.r. 1170S N.w. St.. H. \\lilftlrr. .Jl. Ilia IV. 132nd ir.""42»i"ni.w.'ll !··" Button',"" 1«J« lit" ai'D.U, .. Plor JJ. 33. · 3T rti, . W. S3rd ,SU. Ch. HE SAID gifted children, after five years with less brll- lant punlls, "are Intellectually ndolent . . . frequently do not use their talents." When they are grouped together, he continued, "and are eld to a high standard of per- ormance, their performance In clence activities ather Remarkable has been and their alns In other currlcular areas ave been very satisfactory." h.rlfi 1.. Tlmrp.. l i b Nmvy 1 tWonna A. Hi.llr.rht, 1J771 Ulllon Av. \\.tmlniler, . 1 JVb»rt L. Mllrh.ll. U.H Navy, | Mary E. ilr..n.,n«h. 3207 Hanborn """"" rvi~Ma'nr;;i.' Manhattan Blvd., Av... Mlintlniilon I'ark ' , 37. Lillian Jl.rth. Flrtch.r «jl( Dunlap Croi.lnf Mrt,, Itlv.ra 35. J.ai. Tr.vlno Cad.na. IKX4 Ilayl.r. Riiiriowr ..._. . . , Jl. liMorl* Oiinrln Alll.no. 2410 I; 133rd. Comploti. . J5. AlfrH 11 Katipaul, 1198. Arlbur In, . II ' M 19 SAN FRANCISCO (/T) _ A owner reported to of $7,885.05 Monday by man who took 563 from him In February. Walter Kohn, 28. said his assailant was waiting when he came out of an American Trust Co, branch bank, DEVOTED SERVICE Keep Pests Out With a Barden "VAPOR- BLANKET" FOR PESTS JE 7.8131 ll IIMM Ifm Rescued Boy Improves Rapidly; Lungs Now OK MANORVILLE. N.Y. Uttlo Benny Hooper Jr.'s tern perature subsided to 99, almo normal, and his minor lung 1 lamatlon disappeared Monda "His lungs are now clear said Dr. Joseph M. Kris, who medical talent helped tho ' year-old youngster survive afte 23',4 hours at the bottom of i24-foot well In the bnckyarc i of his Long Island home. Benny was given tentatlv | assurance that he'll soon be ou [of an oxygen tent at Bayvlev Hospital In nearby M n s t l Beach, For precautionary rea sons, however, It may bo a wee or so before the lad can g home. · ' · · · · . THE BOY TUMBLED Int his father's newly-dug garde: well at 7:30 p.m. last Thursday He was taken out allvo nearly 24 hours later, after rescuers had all but given him up fo: dead. From a high of 102.8 on Sat urday night, Benny's tempera ture was down to 99 Monday B.w.oooisr 1017 Oblspo Ave. ' · HEmlock 8-5008 "With · Real Home Atmosohefa" HOW HOSPITAL STOPPED ATHLETE'S FOOT ITCH ! Amailng "heipllal-ttittd" triam doilreyi Foot Itch fungi on contact ...Instantly rilltvoi tho llchlngl Why endure th«t sgonlilng to« Itch? HrnplUl tests ihow TINO Antlseptlo MadlcKtcd Cream glvw trutant relief ...mtorn wonderful comfort to son, burning sUn »nd cracked peellni ton. Laboratory tctta also prora that TlNO's ritnarkkblt Junglcldil totlon destroys Athlett'i Foot fungi on eo-seeond contact. Pre- nnts spread ot Infection. Aids healing of raw, cruked toes fist. TINO Is a non-greas}, lUlnlesi "dry cream" discover/. B'mpljr rub on. Dries quickly to powder that cllngi, thus continues relief for hour*. Bur TINO todny. Ouanut' teed results. Montr back If not ntliflxt At all druggUU. Only 7». The normal adult temperature Is 98.6. Dr. Kris, who fed life-saving oxygen Into the well through a tube during Benny's ordeal, said a few more precautionary testa are needed. Benny says he was wet and cold -- and mad -- but never scared during his ordeal. "The dirt was p r e s s i n g against me," said the spunky youngster. "I tried to wiggle loose, I wasn't ucnred." · · · a THE VOUNOSTER gave the 'Irst account of his experience n hits of conversations with his parents and friends at the hos- iltal. Art Bergman, staff writer or Newsday, a Long Island lewepaper, recorded these re marks by Benny: "It was dark. I was swearing. t was cold and my feet were 'et. I could feel sand between my teeth. It made me mad. "I called 'mommy, mommy,' ut I couldn't hear anything, 1 HA.TTA A.NA OFriCK larv.r Frank rolhran, Iluwlhorr Jan.* Fr^lirlek'MaloQ.y'ra 0 ^ Jl Dr., H.nta Ann _. : D*lor.n Ann Thorn, Lx« AnK.laa^. I Rlrhird John Martin (llan.|al._ ; Uall nurniraal, HOI2 r'lnt HI., Banla Ana __ _.,, . John Dimltrr fiUlan, Chattaaodia, _T»nn _ ,, , a] TTi.lma Kllr«b.tli Hampton, Chat- tant«N|a, T.nn, .. .,,. ... ._, _ 44 Ralph Harold ).1rv11.y 724 to. Wtl* alilra Ava.. I'ull.rton ,,.. 30 Joyr. Marr4 Uotirr.y, Monttr.y Krk, o.lir ._ ,, 21 Dtvi'l "P" Morr.lt, 713 Hpur.MU Hanla Ana , , n »...a Ann Tin«l*v, lain" aitdr.il M Ba«l I. rarm.r, «20 E. Birch at., Br.a ,,., 7( falrlrla Rlalna Hlrlcktan^, a.m. 2 V Kflbcrt Ow.n Korlun., Monl.r.v Fark'a2 M.dKa D«vn*ia Jiimliion, «29 N. Ch.atnilt Bt.. l.a llabra " 40 Donald Allan fMiltfinan. 11B2 $an JilftD "I., Harta Ana . ,, , 19 Jan.! Donaon Hloop, 13111 Pro*. pact Av.., p.nil Ann _. - . 19 Wad* Martin O'llarra, inns Tampla T«rr., l^iiuna lltaeh Jonnn rial. H.rf.ll, 16X0 Ur. " _. , _ IT oalan r., j«nn« .ar . ....... ..... ..*. H Albfrt WIi»»lir Wllborn. Txw Amt'l.. 34 D"nna U. Uartln, HlO'Woodland'' 1*1. R.nla An* , _. ,, 11 Loul. Orttx H.miirHl.f .AA n, 7r- pr.ia Ht., Or.hf. _ ,3s Murla da la Mn Harralo R.nlnyo, 3*5^ H. rvnr.«. 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