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Money to Loan 14 (Contlnuedl Tuesday, June 19, 1958 16 Sioux Falls Argus-Leader Acreage for Bala Agents Wanted 4 Airplanes and Services 7-B Airplanes for Rent 33 Auto Parts-Services .........69 Dutch Woman in (AS. to See Flier Teen-Agers Mixed Reactions Eden, Afilee Made Knights Of the Garter Prime Minister, 2 Ex-Prime Ministers in Ceremony First Time a decade ago. They tear buttons off Presley's shirts, occasionally storm stages where he is appearing. Los Angela Herald-Express Phot from I.N. P.

Teen-agers jo wild at concert of rock roll music Riven by Elvis Presley in Long Beach, Calif. Presley gets the same kind of wild adulation from teen-agers as Frank Sinatra enjoyed 'Rock Roll' Just Another Parents Mav Suffer Most By TOM OCHILTREE Windsor Castle, England, June 19 (ff) Prime Minister Eden and Earl Attlee. donned the blue velvet robes of Knights of the Garter yesterday and were Installed as members of Britain's distinguished 600-year-old order of chivalry. Sir Winston Churchill, 81, re splendent in his own dark blue velvet Garter robe, beamed approvingly as the ceremony took place in the Gothic granduer of St. George's Chapel.

Eden, Attlee and a third new Knight of the Garter Earl Iveagh were installed at the command of Queen Elizabeth n. The Queen took part In the ceremony with the Duke of Edinburgh, Princess Margaret and the queen mother looking on. The ceremony, unchanged since dedicated men went forth in armor to fight, had a deeply religious tone. The Knights, new and old, sang and prayed together. As registrar of the order, the dean of Windsor prayed: "Grant that we, unmindful of worldly honor, may fight the wrong, uphold thy rule and serve thee to our lives' end.

through Jesus Christ our Lord." Churchill, Eden and Attlee the men who in turn have controlled Britain's destinies since early in World War took leading parts in the installation. Never before in in the order's history have a prime minister and two former prime ministers taken part in the ceremony at the same time. Queen Elizabeth invested the three new knights with their insignia in a private ceremony in the castle. Then to the blaring of trumpets and the stamping of marching men the young sover eign, in robes like those of the other knights, walked with the members of the order through the grounds of Windsor Castle to St. George's Chapel.

Fanfare sounded as the procession entered the chapel. Men in white plumed helmets and shiny breastplates came rigidly to attention. Yoeman of the guard in crimson Tudor dress stood motionless with pikes in their hands. After the procession entered the stalls, the Queen said: "It is our pleasure that the knight companions be installed." Thus the three new knights Joined a chivalrous fraternity to which only 917 men have belonged since King Edward ni founded it in 1348. He did so to revive the legendary order of King Arthur and his round table.

The order's insignia include a garter with the motto "Hon! solt qui mal pense" tevil be to him who evil thinks). Legend has it Edward made that remark when a lady of his court dropped her garter In public and someone tittered. Red Is Cleared Of Conspiracy New York, June 19 (IP) A charge of conspiring to teach and advocate the violent overthrow of the government has been dismissed against one of seven second-string Communists. The other six re main on trial. Federal Judge Alexander Bicks dismissed the charge yesterday against Mrs.

Marion Bachrach, 57, one-time public relations director of the party. He said government evidence against her was insufficient. Mrs. Bachrach, originally from Chicago, was indicted with the others in 1951. They went to trial April 9.

The government rested its case June 6. The defense begins its testimony today. JOINS LAW FIRM Brookings, S.D. Gordon Myd- land has joined the law firm of Lund McCann here. Formerly engaged in business here, Mydland was graduated from the Univer sity of South Dakota this month.

He is a native of Lake Preston. Life Adventures ANV VCTM, 6-C REMODEL Breezeways Garages Porches Booms QUALITY WORKMANSHIP AND MATERIALS Wayne D. Dvorak Construction Co. Free -cftATrt. A-I BLUEGRAS3 15e cut; 20o cut and rolled; 25e delivered; lie laid.

We dont sell the most but we sell the best. Sioux Valley Sod Company. 4-6359. 8-0584. Baltie Vice phone 6-F-3 GIL SHAR Construction offers you reasonable rates on your home repairs, additions or building of any kind.

Also cement driveways and sidewalks. Bonded. 8-6262 or 2-7953. NIMS Roofing and Siding Co. Experienced and dependable workmanship at reasonable prices.

Free estimates. 4-7680. FOR the finest in painting. Inside or outside. Wall-washing.

Papering. Also Stucco houses. John D. Orris. After 8:30 2-0278.

NEW building, remodeling and cabinet work. Nordseth and Irlck- son. 8-2366. INTERIOR -painting Special i winter prices. Quality workman-.

ship. References. Dial 4-9505. NEW roofs, roof and chimney repair. Tree trimming.

Guaranteed workmanship. H. J. Westerman. Dial 2-0200.

LAWNMOWER sharpening an3 repairing. Guaranteed. Pick up and delivery. Dakota Turf- Supply. 8-6289.

TREE trimming and removal. Free estimates. Fully Insured. Wagners. 4-9327.

LAWNMOWER sharpening. Joe Electrokeen Shop. 215 West 43rd. Dial 2-6112. INSIDE, outside painting.

Roof-gutter work. Easy terms. Pbona 8-4174. LAWNS, gardens plowed. Rotary tUler.

Also tractor plowing. 2-2408. 8-2193. ROTO tilling, garden and lawn plowing. Call 4-7494.

FENCE by A F. Chain link or others. Estimates. 2-7260. 4-5920.

FAIRBANKS riding mowers for the finest lawn or rough weed cutting. For demonstration caU Zerfas Dairy Farm Equipment, 234 North Weber. PAINTING and decorating. Inside or outside. Satisfaction guaranteed.

36 months to pay. Karlin Bethke. Phone 4-9949 or 8-6621 daytime; 8-1280 or 8-4394 evenings. SEPTIC tanks, cesspools pumped out promptly. Nelson Sanitary Service.

2-9201. LAWNS mowed. Hedges trimmed. Keep this phone number. 8-2300J LAWN mower sharpening and repairs.

506 N.French. 2-2585. NEW roofs, roof repair, chimney repair. Phone 8-5230. BLOCK work and cement work and repair work.

Phone 2-0960. BRANDLAND'S RUBS and up- holstery cleaning. Carpet laying and repairing. Flexalum Venetian blinds. Free installation.

Phone 8-1751. CEMENT work, sidewalks, steps and driveways. Also repair work. Free estimates. 4-6195.

WANTED Alterations and dry cleaning. Opening 2 week special 2 for 1 cash and carry. 210 W. 11th. 2-7012.

TV day and evening service. Guaranteed. Honest. Call 8-1321. 724 East 6th.

Heinles TV and Ap pliance. PAINTING. Daoer hanging, roof ing, remodeling, repairs. Free estimates. 2-7070.

INTERIOR, exterior painting, decorating. Thompson Paint Serv-lce. 8-6466 or 8-0361. Motorcycles Scooters 7-A 1952 BARLEY Davidson 74. Hand clutch.

Perfect condition. $525.00. 8-5300. NEW and used Cushman Motor Scooters, Whizser Motor Bikes. Parts and repairing.

Storms Bicycle Shop. 1010 E. 8th. Airplanes and Service 7-B HALF interest 5 passenger Stenston and hanger space at Foss Field. Excellent condition.

New upholstery, full panel. Less than 550 hours since new. 2-7745. Trailer Coaches 8-T SMiia Haines American Anderson Travelo Safeway New 28 ft. Modem Only $2,295 Hard to Beat 28 ft.

American 8898 28 ft. Elcar 995 22 ft. Columbia 975 26 ft. American 795 II ft Mainline 390 See These and Many More CASH TRADE TERMS Open Sunday, 1 to 6 pm Trailer Sales 1 Mile West on Highway 18 Sioux Falls Rapid City Ft Pierre Deluxe Equipment in 41 -Ft. National This is one you'll want to seel Spacious living room and rear bedroom.

Coleman furnace. Storm windows. Completely furnished and ready to go wherever you go. Terms arranged. Also Latest Models NEW MOON.

VAGABOND. A C. SCHULT. LANDCRAFT. VICTOR U8ED SPECIALS 195 31 -ft Sureway 1951 23-ft.

Nashua 1943! 20-ft Alma, very clean SIM Down, Rent-Like Terms On Used Trailers Under 82,004 Open Sundays 1 to 6 p.m. Furnishings. Parts. Service. IS EM AN CORPORATION Downtown Location-Eleventh and Dakota Also North of City on Hwy.

77 Other S.D. Locations: Rapid City Aberdeen ALUMINUM trailer house at Lake. 18 ft. Sleeps 4. 21 ft.

Kuclare trailer house at Bridge-water, excellent condition. Reason- aoie. 2-ms alter a or ui unate- water. FOR SALE 1951 Deluxe model Nashua house trailer. 23 ft-, alum inum, fully equipped, one owner.

No children. Excellent condition. Never roaded. Bargain If sold this week. See to appreciate at Jarvis Wallum's Trailer Park, Da Smet, So.

Dak. I Home Services (Continued) Estimates ppjfj 4-6451 8g-- Beauty Shops-Schools 3-A Board and Room 38 Building Services 8-A Business Opportunities 10 Business Wanted ....11 Card of Thanks 5 Cars, Trucks, Trailers 70 Distributors Wanted ..60 Do It Yourself Dogs and Pets .17 Employment Agencies Employment Wanted .53 Farms for Rent 31 Farms for Bale 24 Farm Produce 26 Farm Services 6-S Financial 13 Florists 5-C Fuel, Building Materials Funerals 5-A Funeral Directors 5-B Oarages for Rent Gilt Spotter 17-A General Services -X Home Services -C Houses for Rent 32 Houses for Sale Household Goods IS Housekeeping Rooms 34 Instruction 63 Investments 0 Lake Shore Property 20-A Lodges and Clubs 3 Lots for Sale 20 Lost and Found 1 Machinery and Road Equip't 8-A Men Wanted 44 Merchandise for Sale 18 Money to Loan 14 Men-Women Wanted 48 Monuments 5-D Musical Instruments IS-A Motorcycles and Scooters 7-A Offices and Buildings 37 Personal 4 Plants, Trees, Flowers 29 Professional Services -F Property Sale-Trade .......21 Public Notices 0 Public Sales 28 Radio and TV Services 6-B Real Estate Loans Real Estate Wanted 22 Road Equipment 8-A Rummage and Bake Sales 4-A Sleeping Rooms 35 Sporting Goods and Services 18-A 6tock. Feed. Equipment ....27 Trailer Accommodations Trailer Coachea S-T Travel Agents 1-A Want to Borrow .....12 Want to Buy 30 Want to Rent ..39 Want to Rent Farms 40 Where to Go ..2 Women Wanted 21-48 Public Notice OUR manager Is out of town. We're tradln' wUd on tires, refrigerators, washers, and TV.

Please don't tell him what you payed or we may be looking for a new Job. 8ee the boys at B. F. Goodrich Store, 121 North Phillips this week. Lost and Found LOST Bausch Lomb, G-15 prescription ground sun glasses in tan leather case.

CaU 2-5347. LOST Female English Shepherd dog. Yellow and white. South of Grass Lake. CaU Walter Carls, Hartford.

1-0F58. LOST Tire and rim (orange colored) sise. Vicinity Wall Lake and 3 miles west. Arnold Bovee, Parker. LOST black shoe sise 3 at Howard Wood Field.

Took black shoe sise 2Vi by mistake. To exchange call 4-9234. Travel Agents 1-A Free Travel Service FLY or SAIL Anywhere in The World Hotels, Tours, Passports Visas Arranged. Travel Is Our Business. Our Expert Service is O'Lavin Travel Service New Location 317 So.

Phillips Ave. Across from State Theatre Ph. 4-7381 Lodges and Clubs 3 TRINITY Lodge No. 200 AF te AM FC Degree, Monday, June 25th. 7:30 p.m.

Rlerden Building. G. F. Doollttle, W. M.

E. Chamber, lain, secretary. UNITY Lodge No. 130 AF AM. M.M.

degree, Friday, June 29th. ,7 p.m. Rierden BuUding 120 South Dakota. Amerigo Raimondi. W.M.

J. G. Stoneklng, Secretary. Personals A NEW way to health and beauty with Spencer. For free figure analysis, call 2-3573 after 4:00 p.m.

GUARANTEED remedy for plies. $3. Bemhart's, 411 South Phillips. 4-7361. FOR facts about Nutrilite Food Supplement.

Inquire 220 East 12th. TRUSSES and supports. Bern-hart. 411 S. Phillips.

Hours 10-2. S. J. SLOTSKY Registered patent attorney. Rooms 1-3, 125 South Main Ave.

Dial 4-4579. ELSE Pederson, registered Spencer corsetierre. 710 South Dakota. Ph. 2-6931 DRIVE a new car to California.

4 leaving this week. Phone 53. Val-ley Springs. SPENCER individually designed garments and bras. For service caU Mrs.

Jake Kammerer, 610 West 43rd. 8-0719. BEAUTIFUL Indian gifts, reasonable. Sioux Indian Museum, 1711 West 12th. SEATTLE-Spokane.

Drive as your own Leave Immediately. Gas allowance. Lend Lease- Transportation 2612 Lyndale So, Minneapolis. Minn. Gibson 2677.

DRIVING to California June 28. Will take 3 riders. Phone 8-1013. DR. VALANSKY Foot specialist.

For appointment caU 2-6151. LEAVING for New Jersey June 15th. Will take 2 riders. Share ex-penses. 8-2373.

LEAVING for West Coast. Want passenger to share expenses. Call 4-5337 or 8-1280. Rummage. Bake-Sales 4-A OUR manager is out of town.

We're tradln' wUd on tires, refrigerators, washers, and TV. Pleas don't tell him what you payed or we may be looking for a new Job. See the boys at B. F. Goodrich Btore 121North Phillips this week.

RUMMAGE. Dishes, ladies' clothing, linens and miscellaneous. 91T N. Duluth. ALL day June 18 and 20, Wide variety of clothes lingerie, shoes, accessories, miscellaneous.

2020 So. Dakota. FURNITURE and rummage sale. 1406 South Norton. SERVICE.

I GUIDE 1 nmiiimiiiiniiuiiiiiinniiinfliniiiiiwniniiNiiinniii Building Services 6-A CERAMIC tile at lower costs. Residential, commercial Do-it-yourself tile planning. St Ceramic Products. 2-8494. Radio TV Services 6-B HONEST TV service.

Days and evenings. Don's TV and Antenna Service 1-6352. Home Services S-C LAWNS SODDING SEEDING Zxperts In AU Types of Lawn Work Arbor Hill Landscape Co. Ph. 2-3686 SEPTIC tanks, cesspools, cisterns field drains cleaned and back flushed Guaranteed service at moderate rates- Soo Sanitary Serv- ice.

4-7329. PAINT vjad paper early Let rat figure vow outside painting an 8peclal prices Phillips 4-7805 GOOD blacx dirt and grading. Call Jim 4-9530 evenings BLOCK and brick laying "Stone planters a specialty." Phone 2-0195. Geo. Nervig, Owner Mgr.

She Saved in War Wenatehee, June 9 (JP) A smiling, dark-haired member of the World War II underground in Holland Is realizing a 12-year dream a reunion with one of the American fliers she sheltered from the Nazi invaders in her home land. She is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richardson in the little rural farm community of Malaga. At a surprise party 40 of Rich ardson irienas gave ner a personal "thank you," one by one.

When Richardson parachuted into the Netherlands from a crippled B17 bomber 12 years ago, Nell Bolleman, then 28, hid him for five months In the big house where she lived with her mother and a servant in Drachten. In all, she helped 21 Allied airmen. She received a special citation from President Eisenhower "for gallant service." Of all the fliers she helped, she says she has corresponded only with two in the intervening years Richardson and Carl Spicer of Spencerville, Ohio. She has plans to visit only with the Richardsons on her present three-week visit to the United States. She has forgotten the names of most of the others.

She recalls Charle's Hadfleld of New Britain, a Max Weinstein of New York City; James Gahe of Texas, "and there were a lot of Jims and Johns and Teds; I can't remember them all." Trumgn Displays Sales Technique London, June 19 (JP) Harry S. Truman, a former haberdasher, taught a striped-pants British clothing salesman today how to sell ties. Xook, friend," said Truman, "here's the way you do it." William Lewis, clerk in a men's clothing store near Truman's hotel, stared with his mouth open when he recognized the customer across his counter as the former president. "You twist it over the fingers of this hand with the fingers of this hand," explained Truman, picking up some neckwear. "See, now you're showing a tie just like it looks on a man's neck.

You can sell more of them this way." Truman had stepped in to buy a white bow tie for some of the full dress dinners he will attend during his 10-day stay in Britain, He declined the salesman's offer to deliver the tie. Japan's first Asian news confer ence will bring some 60 editors to Tokyo this year to discuss how to improve the flow of news in the Far East. MAO, SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. Evenings and Sunday, Seven Issues. In South Dakota, Minnesota.

Iowa and Nebraska: 1 Year $11.00 6 Months 6.00 3 Months 3.00 ALL OTHER TERRITORY 1 Year $18.00 Months A 00 3 Months 4.50 SIOUX FALLS CITY HOME DELIVERY By carrier, evenings and Sundays 45o per week The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper as veil as aU Associated Press news dispatches. All rights of republication of special dispatches are also reserved. Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, under Act of March 3, 1878. Published at 200 S. Minnesota Are, Sioux Falls.

South Dakota. (Member Audit Bureau of Circulation) CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Remittances must accompany all advertising placed at the following rates: 82c a word for 30 consecutive days 28c a word for 7 consecutive days 14c a word for 3 consecutive days 12c a word for 2 consecutive days 6c a' word for one day Minimum 1 day charge 75c; 2 days $120; 3 days 7 days $2.80 and 30 days 35c additional handling charge for box numbers on blind ads. The four words "Write 0OCO Argus-Leader" are counted as part of the ad. Each initial and each set of figures are counted as one word. Name, address" and phone number are figured as part of the ad.

Please notify Want Ad Department immediately in case of error. The Argus-Leader will be responsible for only one incorrect insertion. A blind number is a confl- dential service to' the advertiser. No Argus-Leader employe can give any information regarding a blind number. You must write to the number in the ad, co The Argus-Leader and your reply will be given to the advertiser.

Classified Display deadline 4 p.m. day before ad runs. Word ads accepted until 9:30 ajn, day of publication. Diol 4-5811 Ask for "Want Ads" Want Ad Directory Acreage for Rent 3I-A 29-Ft. 2-Bedroom Landcraft $2,995 Here's an outstanding value In a compact home-on-wheels.

Completely furnished, "name brand" appliances, at a fraction of the price of an empty house. Convenient terms. Also New Models NATIONAL. RICHARDSON, LIBERTY WE NEED USED MOBILE HOMES Highest Trade-In Allowances $100 Down, Rent-Like Terms On Used Trailers Under 82,000 Open Sundays 1 to 6 p.m. ISEMAN CORPORATION NORTH LOCATION HIGHWAY 77.

NORTH OF CITY Two Sioux Falls Locations Also Eleventh and Dakota Other S.D. Locations: Rapid City Aberdeen Own a Beautiful New Spartan 7 Year Payment Plan At 5 SPARTAN OEER TRAILETTsJ COMMODORE SKYLINE 31' to 61' 2 and 3 Bedroom SEVERAL USED TRAILERS Just $100 Down BALANCE LIKE RENT WEST SIOUX TRAILER SALES, Inc. Mile North of Stone Crasher On Highway 38 West Ph. 8-1451 FOR SALE or will trade trailer houses on house. 2-2223.

WANTED Trailer house in ex-change for '58 Olds. Phone 2-1505. LIKE new, two bedroom mobile home. Save $2,750. Elm wood Court 8-0672.

Business Opportunities 10 FOR SALE Cafe and Grocery. Oood busi-, ness. Reason for selling, other Interests. Make Offer FOOD RANCH 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Week Days FOR SALE: Curley's Cafe at Jasper, Minn. Owner, B. Kopper-valfe. FOR SALE Barber shop, cheap. Good business.

W. G. Anderson, Lake Norden. S.D. MAJOR oil company has new modern service station for iease.

Financing available to reliable party. Write 8797 Argus-Leader. CAFE and drlve-tnn for sale. Equipment and fixtures, leas on bldg. In good I.

part of So. on very good highway. Going business. Priced right to sell. booths, 11 stools.

Also 3.2 beer license. Write Box 5923, Argus-Leader for further information. FOR LEASE or sale: Two chair barber shop In downtown Fort Pierre. Good location, and doing an excellent business. Contact the Fort Pierre Hotel, Fort Pierre, South Dakota.

'Phone 9873. FOR RENT ideal super market location now occupied by Farmer's Super Market. Available Aug. 1. Phone 4800 or sec J.

W. Crabb, Huron. S.D. SNACK Shop, across from school. Good business and living quarters.

4-7235. FOR SALE Klein's Machine Works, Canton, South Dakota. Can be bought tor Inventory, cash Will carry papers on equipment and rent building. Gross Income approximately $38,000, with net approximately 812.000. See Iven Klein, 1704 8.

Stn Sioux Falls. 8.D. 8-2531. FOR RENT, or owner wiU consider sale. 25 ft.

front. 110 ft. deep, business building. Top location in Madison. S.D.

2 apartments second floor. Attractive lease. Contact Barker Jewelry and Drug Sundries. Now retiring after 34 years of business. GROCERY store for sale.

Owner retiring. Any reasonable offer considered. 810SouthCleveland. MAYTAG store for sale with'leasa on building. Good opportunity for ambitious man.

$5,000 WiU handle. Retirement reason for selling. For appointment write Harry Wiese, Huron.S.D. FOR BALE or lease. Canton Drive Inn.

Illness reason for selling. Phone 349W or 475B. INTERNATIONAL Harvester deal, ershlp in southern Minnesota. Ample territory. No used equipment stock very current wiU adjust inventory to suit buyer.

Consider real estate trade liberal terms-buildrags rented very reasonable. A money maker wiU sacrifice one of the better dealerships in the State, because owner is forced to retire after 42 years in this location. Write 5949, Argus-Leader. FOR SALE Cafe at 131 West 7th Street. Priced to sell at $2,300.

Wanted to Borrow 12 LICENSED smaU loan company wishes to expand its working capital. Will pay high guaranteed return on borrowings of $1,000 or more. Write 6908 Argus-Leader. Real Estate Loans 14-A FHA, Conventional, GI Loans. Conservative Bond Mortgage Co, 330 South Main.

4-6903. GI LOANS. See Rosemors Realty. 1910 8. Minnesota.

CITY, farm, commercial individual FHA and GI loans. AU types of insurance and bonds. A member of the New York' Legal Exchange. J. O.

Sholseth, 107 North Main. Money to Loan 14 Finance The "Bankloan Plan Way New and Used Auto Loans FHA Loans Modernization Appliance Loans Northwest Security National Bank of Sioux Falls. "Snath Dakota's Leading BanltV WHEN you need cash sea WTO. 218 N. Phillips.

4-5S3i. LOWER DEBT LIMIT OK'D House Unit Approves Ike's Request for $278-Bil-lion Lid Washington, June 19 (JP) The House Ways and Means Commit tee today approved the Eisenhow er administrations request I or a one-year increase of three billion dollars in the national debt limit. This would put the temporary ceiling on government borrowing during the new fiscal year start' ing July 1 at 278 billion dollars, three billion less than in effect the past two years. The statutory limit on the debt is 275 billion dollars. The Treas ury cannot exceed that figure without congressional approval.

Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey, in asking for the lower temporary ceiling, said the administration expects to wind up the 1956 fiscal year on June 30 with the national debt under 273 bil lion dollars. He said this would be accom plished by applying an expected budget surplus of $1,800,000,000 to debt reduction. The committee action was unanimous after Humphrey said the new debt limit "will be a tight fit" and precludes any reduction In taxes this year. England Fines Town in Cyprus Nicosia, Cyprus, June 19 (JP) Britain slapped a $112,000 fine on the Greek Cypriot population of Famagusta today. Acting Gov.

George Sinclair said the fine was for recent "terrorist activities" in the east coast cty, the island's largest port with a population of about 20,000. Sinclair rejected a plea by a number of citizens that he waive the fine If property owners agreed to forego a claim for compensation for damage allegedly done by British security forces. British troops cut down olive trees and caused other damage recently in anti-rebel operations. Eight pupils from Lefkoniko elementary school, all under 14, were fined $14 and sentenced to five strokes with a light cane to day for taking part in an illegal parade in their village last March. At Xeros, a Greek Cypriot youth was shot dead in the Cyprus Mines Corporation Club.

0)n-tistBs True Seen as Teen Phase; body's writing and talking about. "YOU ASK ME why we rock roll," says one psychology-minded student in a Denver high school. "We don't want to have repressions any more than anybody else. This gives us a chance to relax, let off steam. Izzat so bad?" A 15-year-old from Roosevelt High, St.

Louis, shrugs his shoulders. "What are you making such a big thing for? Jumpin' never hurt anybody, and that's what ol' RR makes you want to do. Jump That's all." When they're looking for some thing to substantiate their claims that rock "n' roll music is harm ful, its critics point out that the words are smutty and suggestive. Claudette, 15, from East Gary Edison High in Chicago, reflects the spirit of the younger "crazy, man" set. "The words? Oh, they're all right, I guess.

But what we really like is the beat. It makes you want to dance. I really love to dance to it." A Chicago disk Jockey agrees. The kids here range from 12 to 19, and I ask them why they like rock "n' roll. They always say, the beat They like it 'cause they can dance to it Jitterbug to it like we did the Llndy Hop.

"As for the words, I dont believe eight-tenths of the kids understand them, or actually pay any thought to IN LOS ANGELES, the popularity of the RR "record hop" has reached an apparent peak. An 18-year-old named Ray from Wood-row Wilson High spoke up in the lingo of the day, on behalf of the beat of the day. Question: Why do you like this music more than other types? Answer: "My chick and I feel that when we hear these cool sounds we want to rock and roll all night long." What do you get out of it, emotionally? "It leaves me with a sensational 'crazy feeling which makes you want to get up and bop." Do you think all kids like it? "Any kid who wants to get off the beaten track of school work and drudgery, man. It gives 'em a feeling of Just wanting to let them selves go." It's that feeling, exactly, that makes adults shudder. What happens if some night, under the hypnotic Influence of the primitive two-beat rhythm, they really DO let themselves go? The consensus of most educators and psychologists Is that this is an unnecessary fear.

As George Avakian, director of popular al bums for a top record company, puts it: 'Rock and roll music isn't developing juvenile delin quents. It is incredibly, re petitive bad music. "But the only people it will drive crazy are parents. (NEXT: Where does RR go from here? Drink Gala Root Beer It's good. Dr.

Lewis, Chiropractor, 201 W. 10th 1st floor. 8-1661 anytime. We fit trusses, Camp garments, elastic hosiery, etc. Kreisers Surgical, 1220 S.

Minnesota. For your wedding flowers, up to the minute ideas and reasonable prices, see Strongs Florists Shop, 1400 W. 6th. Phone 4-4979. Free off the street parking.

(This is the third of four articles reporting what educators, clergymen, parents, teen-agers and others across the UJS. think about rock 'n' roll.) By PHYLLIS BATTELLE (Copyright, 195. Br International Newt Service) She's a 17-year-old Boston girl named Carole, so fresh and dewy that when she opens her mouth you'd expect to hear a sonnet or a lilting song. But Carole is consumed with a passion for "rock 'n' roll," and what she says is this: "It moves me, man. Makes me want to jump.

It's a feeling you get there with a person you're part of a big thing you Just don't wanta stand still, it's impossible to stand still. Ton get a lift, a real live charge!" Such ecstasy over a loud, strident rhythmic beat is practically universal among teen-agers today, and it troubles parents. A New York City mother sighs, "They get that wild look in their eyes, and they talk so funny, and when they're playing those awful roll and rock things, you cant help thinking, 'are these really children Of It isn't easy, sometimes, for adults to take a tolerant and objective outlook on today's teenagers for two basic reasons: 1) so much publicity has been given to the tiny percentage of the 10- to- 18-year-old population who have gotten into trouble as Juvenile delinquents, and 2) their language, verbally and musically, seems so hysterical. National Survey Are they really more wild and unleashed, emotionally, than their parents were at this age? and is "rock "n' roll" more sinister than the Black Bottom, the Charleston, be-bop and swing? LN.S. put the questions to educators, psychiatrists, parents and kids themselves, the country over, and the picture took shape Today's youth are war babes, just beginning to feel their oats.

They live in a world of mixed emotions. Prosperity has built up financial security for them and their families, so they do not want. At the same time, they hear all the talk of world insecurity, of psychiatry and psychology, of atomic warfare in abeyance. In the back of their minds, like an uncomfortable dream, is the inkling that living-for-today may be a wise course to follow. Arnold Cesell, one of the world's leading authorities on youth, describes the teens the typical teens with these adjectives: Age 13: "Sullen, secretive, reflective, withdrawn." 14: ive." "Happy, outgoing, expan- 15: "Complex, mixed-op, exasperating for many parents." 16: "Happy, friendly, better tempered, developing a sense of Today's 11-million teen-agers have more money to spend than their parents had and since most have never known poverty they are not about to hoard it.

They start dating early, learn to dance young, Investigate cigarettes and alcohol sooner than the last gen eration did, spend their allowances on clothes and records. "WJth money in their pockets and confidence, bred of prosperity, in their hearts what have they to worry about? Only boredom, the unburdening of excess physical energy, and those terms every The ZEBRA appears ON THE LION'S MENU MORE THAN OTHER ANIMAL, BUT HE IS BY NO MEANS A HELPLESS fi TVnS ZEBRA OWNS J0flf(imi AMP OPERATES A AsOOvSL-Ts VERY EFFICIENT ljn 'Ss FAIR OF Znuft-i A llXVUkiT THE IriJsVJ Lion's attack 2an be fatal. JUsa.

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