The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 22, 1963 · Page 22
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The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma · Page 22

Lawton, Oklahoma
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Thursday, August 22, 1963
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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Thursday, August 22, 1963 Quotes In The News (Rc». U.S. P:it, Off.) By United Pi-ess Inivmntional BELGRADE, Yugoslavia--Russian Premier N'ikita Khrushchev, ouiUhin.o; the Communisr stand on world peace: "We an- struggling for peace, j but we shall not tremble if (he I most asswsslve forces of impori- [ slism -- those we call the wild! ones--unleash war." Saigon s Beauty Gives Quality To Battle With MOBILE. Ala. -- A 10-year-old boy, who admitted selling dozens of fires, as quoted by Sheriff Ray Bridges: "Something inside of me talks to me and tells me to do it, and 3 do it." Bv PHIL .VE1VSOM \j[*l Foreign Ni-ws Annl.rsl Despite the tensions of war, Saigon remains one of the loveliest cities o£ the Orieul. a city of i smarl shops, comfoi'tabk 1 hotels i and beautiful jrlvls bicycling in | silkuii trousers along iree-lined, I ; ; liaderi sirecis. | There can be ugliness. There is Ihe tossed grenade in a crowded cafe. And now there is the tension between the* Buddhist majority and the government, and the accompanying .' hideous sight of an agud Buddhist monk turning himself i n l o ' a Ilnming torch in a Saigon street. Sul for sheer physical beauty the city has few equals-. . There is then an almost' nighi- miu'ish quality lo Saigon -dispatches suggesting thai the government would reduce Saigon to YOGI BEAR WASHINGTON - Rep. John w. Byrnes. ft-Wis.. lop GOP member of ihe House Ways Means Com-: miuoo, or, promises by President · Kennedy to hold down federal spending: "Wo heard those platitudes and . fine intentions from the White'. House hofore we got a budget. wiih an S12.9 billion deficit." ' By Hanna-Bdrbera WASIITNGTON--Dr. N.E. Brad-! bury, director of the Los Alamos' Scientific Laboratory, rocom-1 mending ralificaiion of the limit- j ed nuclear test ban treaty: "I mx's^'ir, \viih considerable knm\-!cd,£;p of nuclear ihingf. n'i:h some kowlodgo of iheiv military vx-. bin wiiii only a plain ciii- y.on's I'oolings about people and nmions and frars. would prefer to try to follow ;he parh of hope." ; IIOPKS TO STAV )\ i WASHINGTON i f P H - .\gri-; n i l i u r e Secretaiy Orville L. Troe-. man plans lo hold or. to his Cabi- not post "as long as the President wanis me." Freeman, who vettirnod from a , Tnonih-lonc irip to Russia n u n ! oihrr Sovirl oloc nations Wodnp. 1 ;- i d.-iv. sairl ho had "no indication" I iho Pivsidont did not want him. i np|iiihlii--in claimrd Fneemnfl's : trip «·,-(.·; w gj'oom him .'or a dip- l o m a i i r post and then lo easo him mil of the Cabinoi because of !ho ndminisnraiion's drfcoi in the wheat referendum last May. T E R M I T E S CnJl FOG SERVICE EL5-2078 4\t LIVE IN THE CHARM OF A "HIDDEN VALLEY" LIVE IN SNECD ACRES ashes lo keep i!sel/ in power against a revolt which the president's brother ajid chiei adviser says he regards as "inevitable." This brother and close adviser of President Ngo Dinh Diem is Ngo Dinh N h u , In a stem lecture lo Vie'aia- mcse generals, whom be accused o[ inadequate precautions against the expected coup, Nhu is reported to have said in such an event the chy should be razed and the government, if necessary, take to the mountains. With only a ruined capita! remaining, he said, the plotters could not last three months. Nhu is a devious man who ordinarily prefers to operate behind the scenes. His wife is Ihe beautiful Mine. .N'hu whose stem views against dancing led the "Uniled Siatns Embassy in 1962 lo cancel a square dance for ils teen-agers. Living in Ihe presidenlia.1 palace will', bachelor President NRO Dlnh Diem, Ihcy arc |wo of Ihe most influential persons in South Vietnam, Nhu runs the secivl police and reportedly tells the president which army officers should receive promotions. Nhu frequently hss accused the United Slates of encouraging an abortive revolt against the N ^ o ; Dinh Diem regime in I960. j Tliis time, he says, any new at- ; t e m p i al a coup d'etal would be bolh anti-Amerlcnn and an'.i- BuddhisL i Mine. Nhu has accused Ihe ; Uniled Stales of bringing pros: sure lo slop her own ami-Bud- dhist statements including' one that Ihe women of Souih Vietnam should ciap hands at each new Buddhist burning. N h u ' s threat to bum the city ignores the fact thai for the government Ihe acl would be as suicidal as Ihe fiery de;uhs of Buddhist monks. Bui Nhu in ihe p;ist has been suspec:ed of creating emergencies for his own purposes a n d this threat could be interpreted as a warning to the U.S. that its own future in Southeast Asia is inextricably lied ^ith the future of Ihe authoritarian Dinh family. The contlic! between the Buddhists and the government lias gone on lor more than three months and Ihe Dinh family is on (he defensive. And meantime Ihe Communist enemy has been the gainer. This is Ihe situation imo which Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. moves Ihis week as the new U.S. am- bassarior. [Air Guard Assists Girl Polio Victim ; TULSA CAP) -- Tulsa's 138th Air. National Guard carco'. group will become airborne soldiers oL mercy today. A pUine. from the group here will fly a 35-year-old p o l i o - v i c t i m . Donna Rene Balenu'ne, lo her home in Phoenix, Ariz. The girl, a former resident of nearby Hominy, was unable to [ly back to her Home on a commer- j cial plane after coming here for I treatment of her spine which w;is affected by polio. Donna is encased in a cast as part of the treatment. Donna's family contacled the National Foundation and the aid of the National Guard was asked. j The soldiers arranged for Donna l a n d her sixler, Carol. 16, lo RO I to Arizona aboard · rehodulrd Army flight to Travis Air Force 1 Base. Male and Female Answer to Previous Puuli ACROSS 1 Familiar name for male 5 Hamlet, for Instance G Entertained 7 They're males 8 Units of mass and woipht 0 Greek letter 11 Fcivcr 17 Bounded 19 Feminine appellation 23 Ventilated 2-1 Unit of power 25 Martian (comb, form) 25 Properly item 27 Arbitrury command CODV FROM WYOMING I BYRON, \V_vo. (AP) -- Cody Ma- j rif- Neville, IS, newly chose. 1 ] Miss [ Wyoming, was named after the : slntue of a famous weslerncr. Buf- i falo Bill Cody. j Mrs. Edwin Neville of Byron explained her daughter's unusual I first name this way: "When 1 was lying in Ihe hospital al Cody. W'yo.. wailing f'jr my . baby all 1 could see out ihe win- ' dow was a statute o[ Buffalo Bill -- so f decided lo name my dauRlner Cody. Burglars Ransack Six Konawa Stores KONAWA (AP)--The Post Orlice and five business establishments were entered by burglars Tuesday night ajid several hundred dollars taken. Officers said S3Sr5 was taken from two grocery stores, a lumber yard, an auto supply store and a clothing manufacturing plan;. Th(' loss from the Post Office was not immediately known. Spminole counly officers were lieing assisled in ih? investigation by posia; authoriiies and the state crime bureau. Officers said the only building on Main Street ml eniered was the ba/ik. 4 First rr.ale 8 Young female 12 SU.iy 13 Identical 14 Male raJtc 15 Sailors direction 16 Floods 18 Lives 20 Gainer 21 Anger 22 Auricles 24 Walk in water 20 Mine entrance 27 Female socjalitc 28 Grafted (her.) beginner 30 Anphilheatcrs 32 Put in new lining 34 Doctrines ' 35 Fiats 36 Male or female child 37 Minister to 39 IM i; stand 40 Arachnid 41 Male and ,'enale school Kroup (ab.) 42 Fall flower 45 Cookery utensil 49 Dcclar.itioc 51 War -god 52 Withered 53 Rodents 54 Lubricant 55 Chevalier's "very" 36 Paradise 57 Born DOWN 1 Equal 2 French stream 3 Chief executive 4 Stage whisper 29 Finest 3J Raiment 33 Rolls 38 Sea nymph 40 Distributes 41 Communion plate 42 Helper (ab.) 43 One who (suffix) ·M BiWicpl ivced ·16 One time 47 Iroquoian Indian 48 Chcs: rattle 50 .Madame (ah.) NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN. PI-AX U.S. VISIT WASHINGTON (UPH -- Prime Minister Sran Lcmass of Iro!?.nd and his wife will visit the United Stales, beginning Oct. 15, as gutsis o/ President and .Mrs. Kennedy. The While House said Wednesday the President e.xtend- «i the invitation during his recent trip to Ireland. i NAMED ENVOY WARSAW (UPU -- Former Ajricul'.ui'r) Minister Edmund Ps/c/oikowski. ")9. has beer, named Poland's new ambassador I Moscow, it was announced Wednesday. He replaces Boleslaw Jascxuk, who has bec-n dec-led a secretary of the Polish Communist party. Now in OKLAHOMA BEEF is TOP is displayed on our package!i Always selecf your beef by brand, the same as you do your groceries! You know the quality at first sight when you choose Armour's Star Beef... buy it with confidence, serve it with pride! Armour's Star Beef from Piggly Wiggjy is always tender and flavorful . . . scientifically grain fed fora period of four to six months ... and aged to perfection! 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