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I Protection Against Self Remains Unsolved Plight By SAM DAWSON > AP Business News Analyst 1 NEW YORK (AP) — The long' history of efforts to protect the general public in making stock | investments has seen almost ev- j ery danger tackled. > But all hands still leave as ap-; parently unsolvable a prime one I — protection of the stock buy-: er against himself. ; The Securities and Exchange: Commission's final instalment on: its long study of the 1961 stock ; market boom and the 1962 stock' market bust rounds out a long: list of new suggestions for pro-; lection. j But still the unwary and the j greedy will risk coming in crop-! pers in their pursuit of gains. The get- r ieh-qorek gambler, the \ blind follower of tips, the ignorer j of signs of trouble ahead for par- ( titular corporations, doubtless always "will be with us, like the poor — and probably also will themselves join the ranks of the poor. . ! But the aids to wise investment j have been piling up since the big} 1929 market crash triggered the | depression. i Some have been imposed by the government, especially in the early 1930s. Some have been adopted by the stock exchanges, both hi the 1930s and since the 1962 market break. More are under consideration now in Congress with apparently good chances of passing. The exchanges have indicated they are studying further tightening of their rules. Outside the markets themselves there has been a marked expansion in recent years of fianancial and business reporting and the increased availability of such news in all parts of the country. The earliest protection for stock buyers was mostly in the courts, and usually after the damage had been done. There wer e laws against outright fraud, but little compassion for the just plain stupid. These laws have been steadily expanded and made more explicit, and stock exchange rules tightened. But making a law against an evil doesn't always guarantee it won't pop up again. Bucket shops—the fly-by-night sellers of questionable stock—are outlawed. But some citizens are still taken in by them before they are discovered by authorities. Rigging the market for a stock, either on the up or down side, is forbidden—but still can happen if official guards are dropped. Among practices coming under regulation is the disclosure of financial facts about corporations whose stocks are sold outside 1 the exchanges. Along with this are a variety of attempts to see tha« all stock i transactions and holdings by in- I siders in a corporation are re] ported to the pubDc — if it takes i the troubk to look them up. UN Survey Team May Be Sent to Sarawak UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) — If Britain agrees, Secretary- General U Thant will send survey teams to North Borneo and Sarawak to determine whether the people of the British territories want to join the Fedeation of Malaysia. Thant stressed that condition Friday in agreeing to the request of Indonesia, Malaya and the Philippines to resolve the key point of their Malaysia dispute. The Empire State Building in New York; with its TV tower, is snore than a quarter of a mile high. channels 6 and 11 television-week of Aug. 11-17 KTVC-6 KGLD-11 SUNDAY 11:55 6 Baseball Game Baltimore vg New York 12:30 11 Major League Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers at Cincinnati Reds 2.45 6 Early Show 3:30 11 All Star Wrestling 4:00 6 Amateur Hour 4:30 6 Amateur Hour 4:30 11 Bull-winkle 5:00 6 20th Century 5:00 U Meet the Press 5:30 6 Mr. Ed' 5:30 11 Ray Scherer'i Sunday Report 6:00 6 Lassie 6:00 11 Ensien O'Tool* 6:30 6 Dennis The Menace 6:30 11 Disney's Wonderful World of Color 7:00 6 Ed Sullivan 7:30 11 Car 54. Where Are You? 8:00 6 The Real McCoy* S:00 11 Bonanza S:30 6 True Theatre B:00 6 Candid Camera 9:00 11 Dupont Show of the Week 9:30 t Beverly Hillbillies 10:00 6 News 10:15 6 Weather 10:20 6 Sports 10:00 11 News. Weather 10:30 6 Big Movie 10:20 11 Adventures In Paradise MONDAY 11:00 6 Lor* of Ut» 11:30 6 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 6 Guiding Light 12:00 6 Nora New, 12:00 11 News. Weather, Markets 12:15 11 Mid-Day Farm Report 12:30 6 As The World Turn* 12:30 11 Elmer Childres* 1:10 6 Password 1:00 11 Peopl« Will Talk 1:25 11 NBC News 1:30 6 House Party 1:30 11 The Doctor? 2:00 fi To Tell The Truth 2:00 11 Loretta Young Th*atr« 2:24 6 CBS News with Douglas Edwards 2:30 6 Edge of Night 2:30 11 You Don't Say 3:00 6 Secret Storm 3:00 11 The Match Game 3:30 6 The Millionaire 3:30 11 Make Room for Daddy 4:00 11 Major Astro 4:00 6 Mickey Mouse Club fi 00 6 Huckle Bsrry Hound 5:30 6 Bill Brooks Show 5:30 11 Whirts'birds 5:45 11 News 6:00 6 Evening Edition New* 6:00 11 News t Weather 6:15 6 Weathervlew 6:15 11 Huntley-Brinkley 6:20 6 Sports Spotlight 6:30 6 To Tell The Truth 6:30 11 Monday Nipht Movie "April Love" 7:00 6 I've Got a Secret 7:30 6 Vacation Playhouse S:00 6 Comedy Hour Specials S:30 6 Andy Griffith F:30 II Milton Berle Show 9:00 6 Ben Casey 9:00 11 David Brinkley's Journal 9:30 11 Joey Bishop Show 10:00 6 News 10:00 11 Vltrht Beat New» 10:13 6 Weather 10:20 6 Sports in-70 n Snorts 10:30 6 Bis Movie "Sinp You Sinners" 10:30 11 Tnnicrnt The Pioneers TUESDAY 11:30 6 Search For Tomorrow 11:45 6 Guidins Light 12:00 6 Nooa New, 12:30 6 As The World Turns 1:00 6 Password 1:00 11 Pwpl* Will Talk 1:30 6 House Party 1:30 11 The Doctors 2:00 6 To Tell The Truth 2:00 11 Loretta Young Theatre 2:24 6 CBS News 2:30 6 E<ig» of Xipht 2:30 11 You Don't Say 3:00 6 Secret Storm 3:00 11 The Match Game 3:30 6 The Millionaire 3:30 11 Make Room for Daddy 4:00 11 Major Astro 4:00 6 Mickey Mous* Club 5:00 6 Bin Brook, Show 5:30 6 Bill Brooks Show 5:30 11 Whirlybirds 45 6 CBS News with Walter Cronkit* 6 Evening Edition New* 11 N^ix-5 and Weather 6 Weatherview 11 Hunt!y-Rr;-ikl»v Report 6 Sports Spotlight 6 Password , 11 Lsramle 6 Lloyd Bridges Show 6 Vacation Playhouse 11 Empire 6 Com*dy Hour Specials 6 My Three Son? 11 Dick Powell Show 6 Keefp Brasselle Show 11 Deputy 6 News 11 Night Beet New» 6 Weather 11 Regional News-Weather- Sports 1C- > 6 Sports 10:20 11 Sports U,:30 6 Bis Movit "Eiding Hiyh" 10:30 U TonJfiTtt Straw LAUGHLIN ELECTRIC featuring CURTIS MATHES HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER mm IITIU The "Westchester Now $ Only 169" with rrtde WEDNESDAY 11:00 6 Love ot Lite 11:30 6 Search For Tomorrow 11:45- 6 Guiding Light 12:00 6 Noot New. 12:00 11 News. Weather, Markets 12:15 11 Mid-Day Farm Report 12:30 6 As The World Turn* 12:30 11 Elmer Childresa 1:00 6 Password 1:00 11 People Will Talk 1:30 6 House Party 1:30 11 The Doctors 2:00 6 To Tell The Truth 2:00 11 Loretta Young 2:24 6 CBS News 2:30 B Edge of Night 2:30 11 You Don't Say 3:09 6 Secret Storm 3:00 11 The Match Game 3:30 6 The Millionaire 3:30 11 Make Room for Daddy 4:00 6 Deputy Dawg 4:00 11 Major Astro 4:15 6 Mickey Mouse Club 4:45 6 Bill Brooks 5:00 6 Quick Drew McGraw 5:30 6 Bill Brooks Show 5:30 11 Whirlybirds 6:00 6 Evening Edition New* 6:00 11 News Weather 6:15 6 Weatherview 6:15 11 Huntl*y-Brinkley Report 6:20 6 Weather 6:30 6 CBS Reports 6:30 11 The Virginian* 7:00 6 TEA 7:30 6 Going My Way S:00 11 Kraft Mystery Theatre 8:30 6 Dick Van Dyke Show 9:00 6 Naked City 9:00 11 Eleventh Hour 10:00 6 News 10:00 11 News 10:15 6 Weather 10:15 11 Weather 10:25 6 Sports ' 10:30 6 Bie Movi» "Dream Girl" 10:15 11 Tonight Show . USE Telegram WANT ADS For Fast Results THURSDAY 11:00 11:30 11:45 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:00 11 1:30 6 1:30 11 2:00 6 2:00 11 2:24 6 2:30 6 3:00 6 3:00 11 3:30 6 3:30 11 4:00 6 4:00 11 4:15 6 4:30 6 4:45 6 5:00 6 5:30 11 6:00 6 6:00 11 6:15 6 6:15 11 6:20 6 6:30 6 6:30 31 7:00 6 7:30 11 8:00 6 8:30 11 9:00 6 9:00 11 10:00 6 10:00 11 10:15 6 10:15 11 10:20 6 10:20 11 10:30 6 10:30 11 JLov. of Life Search for Tomorrow Guiding Light News, Weather. Sport* As the World Turni Password People Will Talk House Party The Doctors To Tell The Truth Lorrette Young Theatre CBS News Edge of Night Secret Storm The Match Game The Millionaire Make Room for Daddy Deputy Dawg Major Astro Mickey Mouse Club Mickey Mouse Club Bill Brooks Bill Brooks Show Whirlybirds News News ana Weather Wentherview Huntley-Brinkley Report Sports Spotlight Fair Exchangs Wide Country Perry Mason Dr. Kildare Twilight Zone The Lively Ones The Nursns World of Maurice Chevalier News News Weather Weather SporU Sports Big Movie "Trail of The Lonesome Pine" Tonight Show Page 10 & 11 Garden City Telegram Saturday, August 3, 1963 HEALTH CAPSULES by Michael A. Petti, M.D. WHAT ARE SOME Of THE COMMON CAU5E5 OF AN ALLERGIC RASH ON THE FACE •? NAIL. POLISH, HAIR PY65, PERMANENT-WAVE SOLUTIONS, HAIR SPRAYS. LIPS-TICK, PERFUMES, AFTERSHAVE LOTION ANP HAIR TON/C. AWNPAY: CRACKING KNUCKLES. Health Capsules gw« helpful information. , If is not intended to beoF * diagnostic ru fur*. The average American walks a'bout 65,000 miles during h i s lifetime, the American .Podiatry Association estimates. Reasonable Opinions Are Useful By ROBERT PETERSON Q. "When I retired, various people told me to take an interest in national affairs. So I followed the news and the past year have sent a hundred letters on various topics to the President, senators, congressman, and our governor. In retrospect I feel my letters just cost the taxpayer s money in the clerical time it took these officials to answer me with polite little form letters. Don't you think it's foolish to encourage older people to spout off on national affairs?" A. I think we should all spout off when we have something definite to sa'y. But I don't think we should encourage folks to convey every passing opinion to public officials. Having seen some of the poorly-thought-out letters which flood the desks of elected officials, I think the public should be urged to write only when they have very strong feelings or when officials invite public opinion on important issues. Q. "I've retired from the in- curance business and we've moved to a new place at the edge of town with two acres. My wife keeps busy at weaving and raising orchids, but I have no hobbies and don't care for gardening. A n y s u ggestions that will keep me busy and give me some fresh air and exercise in the bargain?" A. Why not take a cue from Sir Winston Churchill and discover the joys of masonry Until his recent illness his principal hobby next to painting was using trowel and cement in constructing wall s and walks of stone and brick. Perhaps you could build a wall outbuilding, or, driveway which would not only give you exercise and fresh air but would add to the value of your property. Q. "You recently quoted a woman who was complaining after 40 years of marriage that hej- husband smoked too much, snored too loud, and wore loud sport shirts.. You said she should pipe down because plenty of widows would like to have him. But you're wrong. No woman of mean s would want him. We rich widows want a glamorous husband and the male you describe just wouldn't qualify." A. Okay — you rich widows can pursue glamorous prospects if you wish. But one of these days you'll discover the s- a d truth that there aren't many glamorous eligibles and that such vices a s smoking, snoring, and loud sport shirts aren't ser- iou s liabilities in an otherwise dependable male. Q. "My brother-in-law and I are both 61 and in contracting work. He works 10 and 12 hours a day stashing away money in a fund which will permit his wife and grown children to live in luxury if anything happens to him. But when I hit 60, I semi-retired and work only three days a week now, spending the rest of my time fishing, hunting, and taking short trips hi our travel trailer. His wife tells my wife I'm selfish and should pay more attention to family needs. But I tell my wife she'll never starve and | I claim I've done enough for ourj grown children. What do you say?" A. You're on the right track. A s we grow older we should give less time to our breadwinning occupations and more time to personal interests. While it's admirable to accumulate assets for our heirs, there's not much point in accumulating more than they require for basic needs. And its wrong to deprive ourselves and i sacrifice the 'expanding leisura to which we are increasingly entitled as we grow older. If you would like a booklet "Tips on Stretching Retirement Income" write to this column in care of Th eGarden City Telegram enclosing a stamped, self- addressed envelope and ten cents to cover handling costs Appeal Made to Nasser To Federate Countries DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — The Ba'ath Socialist governments of Syria and Iraq have appealed to President Gamal Abdel Nasser of the United Arab Republic to renew efforts to federate their three countries. Cape May, N. J., which began advertising for summer visitors hi 1766, broke with tradition in the summer of 1963 when it opened an asphalt-surfaced "broadwalk." PRODUCE IS ALWAYS HOURS FRESHER! PRICES IN THIS AD EFFECTIVE Am AUGUST 13th FRESH CROP'S IN AT FRIDAY 11:00 6 Lore of Lite 11:30 6 Search for Tomorrow U :45 6 Guiding Light 12:00 6 Noon New, 12:00 11 News. Weather, Market* 12:15 11 Mid-Day Farm Report 12:30 6 As The World Turn* 12:30 11 Elmer Childress 1:00 6 Pasword 1:00 11 People Will Talk 1:30 6 House Party 1:30 11 The Doctors 2:00 6 To Tell The Truth 2:00 11 Loretta Young Theatre 2:24 6 CBS News 2:30 6 Edge of Night 2:30 11 You Don't Say 3:00 6 Secret Storm 3:00 11 The Match Game 3:30 6 The Millionaire 3:30 11 Make Room for Daddy 4:00 6 Deputy Dawg 4:00 11 Major Astro 4:15 6 Mickey Mouse Club 4:30 6 Mickey Mouse Club 4:45 6 Bill Brooks 5:00 6 Yogi Bear 5:30 6 Bill Brooks Show 5:30 11 Whirlybirds 6:00 6 News 6:00 11 News and Weather 6:15 6 Weatherview 6:15 11 Huntley-Brlnkley Report 6:20 6 Sports "Spotlight 6:30 6 Rawhide 6:30 11 International Showtim» 7:30 6 Route 66 7:30 11 Sing Along With Mitch 8:30 S Alfred Hitchcock Hour 8:30 11 Price Is Right 9:00 11 International Beauty' Pageant 9:30 6 Picture This 10-00 6 News 10:00 11 NPWS 10:15 6 Weather . '0:15 11 W»ather 10:20 6 Sports 10:20 11 Sports 10:30 6 B'e- Morie "Ministry of Fear" 10:30 U Tonight Snow SATURDAY 11:00 6 Sky King 11:00 11 Around The Town 11:30 11 Top Star Bowling 12:25 6 Baseball Game San Francisco vs. St. Louis 12:30 n Major League Baseball St. Louis Cardinals at Milwaukee Braves 2:00 11 Major League Baseball 3:00 6 PGA Tournament 3:15 6 Early Show "Stage Coach to Fury" 3:30 11 Mr. Adam and Eve 4:00 11 Thril!e r 4:30 6 Highway Patrol 5:00 6 Trails West 5:00 11 Aquanauts 5:30 S The Big Picture 6:00 6 News 6:00 11 Sportsman's Friend 6:30 6 Lucy — Desi Comedy Hour 6:30 11 Sam Benedict 7:30 6 The Defenders 7:30 U Death Valley Days 8:00 U Saturday Nite at the Movie* "The Long Hot Summer" 8:30 € Have Gun. Will Travel 9:00 6 Gur^molce 10:00 6 News 10:00 11 News 10:15 6 Weather 10:15 11 New?. Weather. Snorts 10:20 6 Sports 10:20 II Cinema — Saturday Night "Johnny O'clock" 10:25 11 Sports 10:30 6 Bis Movie "Hold Back The Dawn" THE CANNING SEASON IS APPROACHING, AND DfLLONS ARE OUT IN FRONT WITH A NICE SELECTION OF CANNING FRUIT. AS YOU KNOW, COLORADO HAS A VERY SHORT CROP OF FRESH PEACHES THIS YEAR, SO WE SUGGEST CANNING NOW AS OUR SUPPLY FROM THIS AREA WILL BE LIMITED THIS YEAR. S COLO. "JULY" EARLY ELBERTA Peaches OKLAHOMA FRESH ELBERTA Peaches i RING FACE BUSHEL W BULK $ i BUSHEL ^ 3 79 KANSAS GROWN-EARLY COOPER COOKING APPLES 4 LBS. ONLY REG. 59£ - 8 inch Pie DILLON'S THIN-SLICED HOME STYLE BREAD.. (REG. PRICE 27e—SAVE 8c) CANNING SUPPLIES PEN-JEL (Keeps Frozen Fruits from Turning Brown) FRUIT-FRESH 5 £83c KERR—"R56" JAR LIDS -<5l5c BALL—"3-L DOME" JAR LIDS *°rn5c BALL REGULAR "PINT" MASON JARS 35'1.29 BALL REGULAR "QUART" MASON JARS BALL TAPPERED "IJ PINT" FREEZER JARS KERR "WIDE-MOUTH" QUART JARS 35*1.69 KERR "REGULAR" JARS £'1.29 Doz. $>• Only I « Doz. $| Only 1 » LEAN MEATY 'CENTER CUT" CHOPS LB._ 59* 'LOIN CUT" CHOPS LB._ 69* LEAN, TENDER PORK CUTLETS LB. "ONLY 79* "COUNTRY STYLE" SPARERIBS POUND ONLY 4*

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