Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 25, 1964 · Page 6
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6 THURS -' JUNE 7.5, 1964, Lake Chorles American Press Philadelphia Man Longesf Name in PHILADELPHIA "When somebody calls my name, I don't have any trouble finding out who they" mean." says the man who claims he has the longest last name in the United States—tffifi letters, plus 26 given names. "I like to be unique," says Hubert B. Wolfeschlegclstein- hausenbergcrdorff. "I don't like being part of the common herd." Hubert, 47, a Philadclphian of German descent, doesn't use his full name when signing documents—just- the first 35 letters. That's how he is listed with the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., which has to process his policy by hand. The company's giant 7074 computer stops dead when it comes to any identification beyond 35 letters. Hubert's Social Security card has the "shortened" version — the 44 letters, including Hubert B. — even though it takes up two lines. Hubert said in an interview that the Army used a clipped and Anglicized version of his monicker when he was drafted in 1942. They just wouldn't go for his full name, which he says is: Adolph Elaine Charles David Earl Frederick Gerald Hubert Irvin John Kenneth Lloyd Martin Nero Oliver Paul Quincy Randolph Sherman Thomas Uncas Victor William Xerxes Yan- cy Zeus Wolfeschlegelsteinhaus- cnbergcrdorff, Senior. The senior is to distinguish him from junior. What's in a name? In an admittedly loose translation, Hubert says: ft tolls a story of a wolf-killer, a resident of a stonehouse in a village, whose ancestors were conscientious shepherds whose sheep were well fed and carefully guarded against attack by ferocious enemies and whose ancestors 1,200,000 years before the first earth man, in a space ship made with tungsten and Claims fhe U.S. seven iridium motors and using light as a source of power, started a long journey acroSvS interstellar space, searching for a star around which was an inhabitable planet where they could establish a new race of intelligent mankind and where they would live long, happy lives and be free from attack by other intelligent from the outer space from whence they came. , Hubert, a linotype operator, j has a wife, Constance, and two ! sons, Hubert, etc., etc., Jr., and ! Timothy Wayne, etc. etc. Six Negroes Register !n W. Feliciana ST. PRANCISVILLE, La. (AP) — About six Negroes registered as v o t er s here Wednesday in a drive spon' sored by the Congress of Racial Equality, A spokesman said the six were among 60 Negroes who sought to register at the West Feliciana Parish Courthouse. Meanwhile, a white CORE worker said three while men forced him into a fight near the East Feliciana Parish registrar's office in Clinton, but town authorities said an investigation had turned up nothing. Scranton Predicts Defeat With Barry MIAMI, Fla. (AP)-Nomina- lion of Sen. Barry Goldwater for president would spell defeat for the Republican party this fall, says his chief rival, Gov. William W. Scranton. "It is sound judgment that his candidacy would set up our party for a defeat of major proportions," the Pennsylvania governor told a news conference Wednesday. "But if Sen. Goldwater is nominated, I will work for him and support him no matter whatever long odds there are against his being elected," Scranton said. He made the statements en route from Charleston, W. Va. to Miami. In both Florida and sease lose! 0 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A i New York heart specialist, reporting on a survey of 12,000 professional persons, said today i hat job stress is closely linked ; to coronary heart disease — but smoking may not be. The survey covered 14 occupational groups with "obvious differences" in job tensions, said Dr. Henry !. Huis?k, consultant in cardiovascular disease. U.S. Public Health Service hospital, Staten Island. Dr. Russek listed those surveyed in order of decreasing stress: Genera! medical practitioners, anesthesiologists, pathologists, dermatologists, general dental practitioners, oral surgeons. orthodontics and periodontists, general law practitioners, i rial j a \v\ers, l;nvytT.$ in various specialties and patent lawyers. In addition, he ?aid, security analysts and security traders on the New York Stock Exchange were compared. Persons who said they never had smoked shewed significantly higher C";r»: : ;-ry heart disease !•)!•:- than !l ; -...- e ' who stopped nuking before their attack" or ry!or<i the un~:e of the questionnaire if there was no attack, Dr Russek reported at the annual convention of the American Medical Association. "Th^e findings ra,t doubt up, :< the aliescd role of sm.uk- );.;' :n the genesis of coronary l.f ; ;-.rt disease," he said. Dr. Kussek's report followed a statement by the AMA's Ik.u^e of Delegates saying that the AMA recognizes "a significant relationship between cigar< ;•'_• smoking and the incidence ct lung cancer and certain other ^••.asi:.s, and that cigarette s.T'.king 13 a serious health hazard ' But it didii'i mention heart disease specifically. Dote Knower Helps Send Man to Jail SEATTLE, Wash. (APi - Q.-j..'k no;v, \vhat are the dates <j" Mjrne <•{ th? ni"!-'r j !s in \>>ur I/yktt'' Don't know? Charles Whitlow, .T7, is going to ; r;s,on because Ruy P. Fauv- c-r. C7. was able to tell a jury the- dates en three nickels m the wallet stolen from him. Fauver rememt/ered becau:« he \sas in the habit of saving old ffjiiis lor his employer's son, a collector. The ttati/nony resulted in Vi'hi'.low's conviction in Kins County .Superior Court. Judge Kayriiand Rcyal sentenced him Wi-Jnesday to a maximum of 20 years. Caroline Falls, Breaks Wrist, Mom Discovers HYANNiS PORT, Ma-«. (AP> — f.ajoliut Kt:;!itdy has a broken wrist. 'IU- 6-year-old daughter <A the la',*: pf ehldi.-.M !jf -ti i a h.'Iiall t.'0! <-- JD iitr i' it ur.~l :;, a iaj h'.j.'i: Ma--a; :..;.;, !KT ;>...v,'. tcv- '! -•.-..- ifcjjry v,;-i in A urnJ her Ui<j!f.i.-r, Mrs. JuLij F. L; uiirtij, !:.^i,.i-j a swelling on 'i ji.-hoay. hiit tjok Caiuliiii; lu '.'.x hospital for X-rays. West Virginia he sought dele gate support for his campaign. In Miami, Scranton addressed 16 Florida delegates and a meeting of the Florida Association of Broadcasters. Scranton gained no promise of support from the delegates, but got a standing ovation. Twenty • one members of the 34-vote delegation favor Goldwater. The others are uncommitted. In his address to the broadcasters Scranton proposed that the United States organize and equip Cuban exile forces fighting to free their homeland of the Communist government of Fidel Castro. At the news conference, Scranton said: 'Since In politics almost any ! thing can happen, it would not I be impossible for Sen. Goldwat- I er to beat (President) Johnson lin November. "But there is such a thing as playing with odds so long that only the most optimistic partisan would have anything but a glimmer of hope. "I believe that would be the position of the party with Barry as a candidate. It is not possible to exaggerate the tremendously difficult task to get him elected." j Goldwater has more than i enough delegates to capture the j nomination if his support holds up through the first ballot at the San Francisco convention. Scranton pointed his air tour today at delegates in Cleveland, . Ohio, and Lansing, Mich. Ohio's 58 votes are pledged to favorite son Gov. James A. Rhodes. ; Forty-five of Michigan's 48 del- j egates are uncommitted. Gold! water has the other three. Dillard Receives | $1,300,000 Grant j From Foundation I NEW ORLEANS (AP) ~ Dil- jlard University in New Orleans : Wednesday received a grant of ,$1,300,000 'from the Ford Foun- I dation. j The grant is part of the funds 'awarded to Negro educational : institutions to help them im! prove educational programs. 1 LAWRENCE ST. AT HWY. 90 W. STORE HOURS MON.-TUES.-WED.-FRI.-SAT. 9 A.M. . 6:30 P.M. - THURSDAY 9 A.M. - 9 P.M. 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