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Editoriak — Colleges Must Meet Problem United States institutions of higher learning face the staggering task of doubling facilities and faculty forces in the next ten years, but Abilene Christian College Dean Walter H. Adams believes that summer school will partially solve the problem. ' Better use of present and added facilities in. the summer is the solution," says Adams, former president of the Association of Texas Colleges and the Association of Texas Graduate Schools. He contends that most colleges can enroll one-fourth more students with existing facilities — if summer enrollments can be brought up to long term enrollments. Whereas the nation's colleges and universities enrolled 3,810,007 students this fall, according to figures released by the United States Office of Education, an estimated six to seven million are predicted to seek enrollment by 1970. "You can readily see the effect of full usage of summer school," Adams says. "It would drastically reduce the shortages in faculties, classrooms, dormitories, laboratories and eating facilities." Using Abilene Christian as an example, a college which enrolls only one-fourth as many students in the summer as in the long term, Adams said that at current enrollment rates, it could accommodate approximately 2,500 more students by the full usage of facilities in the summer. "Summer school also provides a cheaper means of obtaining a college education," claims Adams. "Savings to parents and students can range from $2,900 to 4,700 by attending summer school and graduating in three long sessions and two or three summer terms." He points out that the student who attends summer terms, graduating early, increases his lifetime earning power by obtaining employment or beginning a profession nine to 12 months earlier than the traditional four years. Mothers' March Everyone wonders these days where his money goes. We hope that part of yours goes to the Mothers' , ._ „._ „„.. „„. B ._ Marcher who knocks at vour door for the 1961 New S£ t m ''!f r L,>h de ,u W p"l e -!i t( ?! air P^ne carrier Franklin D. •fight, and which the President \ Roosevelt to Guantanamo he made who succeeds him certainly would ijt all the more difficult for even ay, January 12, I960 Drew Pearson Says- WASHINGTON — American al- east Asia until Kennedy took of- lies have been flabbergasted 1 , to fice. put it mildly, at the .spectacle of' i n Latin America, some govern- outgoing President Eisenhower, ments had been veering toward a starting policies in Laos and Cuba)break with Fidel Castro, but Ike's during the last few days in office j sudden rupture now makes that which he could not possibly follow;di|fi cu i t- For it's extremely un- U P- 'popular for any Latin nation to In Laos. Ike appeared willing to,appear to be following the advice fairs. :ake the United States up to the land leadership of. military-minded Drink of a jungle war thousands' Uncle Sam. of miles away, which no Amcri-| And when Ike sent the giant they have the President o? the United States in a clamor mood. But they're still mystified as to why after so many quiet years of putting on safe greens, Ike suddenly began swinging wild into the dangerous rough of foreign af- March of Dimes on the night of Jan. 31. Your contributions to the Mothers' March go di- jhositate to continue. rectly into the fight to prevent crippling diseases- birth defects, arthritis and polio. The money you give at your door supports the National Foundation's fight against these three diseases. This fight is carried on through research, ! our best friends to follow our lead In Cuba, the retiring President! in breaking relations. There is broke whose relations with people have a country;nothing that boils the Latins more friends for over GO been years. our;than the spectre of U.S. might yet continued relations with tho same communist countries which were patienl aid and professional education. .supplying arms to Cuba.'Ho did j this despite the quite recent advice of his Secretary of State that the U.S. Embassy in Havana must, at all costs, be kept open. hovering over a little Latin nation. Note — Our allies now figure Bible Verse LET THE wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts: atid let him. return unto the Lord, and he will have mercy upon him; and to our God, for he will abundantly pardon. Isaiah 55:7 This is the same program which has already produced: the Salk and Sabin anti-polio vaccines; the world's largest non-governmental outlay of funds for medical aid: thousands of trained hands and new! This sudden activity by a . medical techniques to restore the stricken to lives tlVn," T^ri^fn S of usefulness and hope. The choice is yours. You can help prevent crippling diseases. Please say YES to the Mothers' Marcher when she calls on your family on behalf of the 1961 New March of Dimes. years put of his eight in office either ill or on vacation has not only mystified our allies, but has made- them wonder whether Ei- Know Your Bridge By B. JAY BECKER South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NOKTU 496 out of one of them. This he could have managed by working out a. trump end- nedy. Was he trying to hand Kennedy Eisenhower - made policies which Kennedy would have to carry out? This was asked quite seriously among the diplomats of Western Europe. THE ANSWER is threefold: 1. Ike was burned up at Kennedy's campaign insinuations that he. was a do-nothing President and Daily Crossword KING FEATURE ACROSS 2. Gold of '49 5. Petroleums 9. Thick soup 10. Wept 12. Norwegian author 13. l.^/pical flower 14. Small bottlo hazard 16. Ahead WEST 4QJS2 V Q 10:? + 1087 4 K Q 5 J. 1C 9 S ,T KAST VK8652 + 9642 * A 7 5 4 SOUTH 4 A K10 7 '> ! • AJ3 The bidding: South West North East 1 Pass 1 NT Pass Opening lead — king- of clubs. Keeping 1 a cool head when things po wrong often, pays good dividends. Many a contract that appears to be hopeless can be salvaged by giving 1 the situation a second look. South was in four spades and West led three rounds of clubs, declarer ruffing the third one. Everything seemed to be. in good shape, except that when South led tho ace of spades, East showed out Declarer lost no time conceding two trump tricks to West and went down one. Had South considered the matter more fully, he might had let the USA deteriorate to the! ^'^ is ^ ant . rank of second-class power. To. !»• Cerium r-iny against Wost While there ] S | 10W the opposite, Ike has been (sym.) w.-is no guarantee that the cf-!determined to leave office a 119.Bridal gift fort would succeed, since it stronghard-hitling President. j for table would depend upon West's dis-! 2. Allen Dulles had warned the I 22 - Wallabas 2. Astronomical bear 3. Blind, as a hawk 4. Kind of party 5. Happen 6. Persia 7. Chain part 8. American Indian 9. Turn 11. Ventures 15. Storage or dry —— 17. Bog 20. Exclamation 21. Total amount 22. Noah's asylum 23. Greek letter 25. Large worm 26. Cut sharply, as prices 27. Enemy broadcaster, Lord Yec(«id*y'« Antwcr 35. Comfort 36. Ivory nut 29. A loadstone 37. Vaulted 30. Daisy ceiling 32. Russian 38. Killer craft whale society 40. Surround tribution, nothing- could have; President last fall that the corn- been lost by making the at-jmunist bloc might take advantage tempt. iof the vacuum between the clec- As soon as East shows out Of! lion Nov - s and tlie inauguration .Tan. 20 to try to catch the United States off balance. So he. Ike. has been determined to demonstrate trumps, declarer starts a cam-' p.-xign to reduce his spade! length to that of West's. His ithat he's firmly in the saddle, has only real hope is that West ;a light ^ n (he ivins started with. 4-3-3-3 distribu- j 3." Acfm . H arry Felt, U.S. Com- lion. Inlander in the "Pacific, sent the He thcreforo cashes the ace ; \Vhite House an alarming report of hearts and leads a diamond' '-laiming that thi> Communists had to dummy in order to ruff a !''m'adcd Laos and _that it .could heart. Declarer then enters! !" rn !"'" ano ^'- n ' Koroa - I 1 ? 1 .* ""' dummy ,-lth another tond I J^K&S; <™''"'»«> and ruffs a second heart, j ln mo olld Admiral Fpll . s alam , Now South leads the ace of (appeared unjustified. Only two diamonds. When West follows suit, the contract is in the bag. Declarer ia down to three cards Communist soldiers — no troops — were found in Laos. There was a Russian arms drop, but it was have worked out a way of mak- j diamond leads, or overruff one ing the contract. Although West apparently had two ironclad trump tricks coming, declarer should have given thought to the possibililj' of doing West of the heart leads, but even so, declarer would not have lost a thing by his attempt to the hand. Never give up! nl s y rcfuseci to with any scare moves in south- —the K-10-7 of spades. West's i insignificant compared with our trump holding at this point is!™?' So our Bntlsh and Frcndl the Q-J-S. South leads a low spade towards dummy's nine. Regardless of what West does, he cannot win more than one trump trick, and South makes the contract. It is true that West's hand might have been so distributed that he could ruff one of the 24. Stalkers 26. False 25. Arctic dweller 31. Music note 32. Land measures 33. Paul Bun. yan's tool 34. Exhausted 37. Former Venice magistrate 39. Shall not (colloq.) 40. Calloused 41. Celerity 42. Master of ceremonies 43. Skin vrale 44. Food DOWN 2. Synthetic red dye 12. IB TODAY'S GRAB BAG (O J961. KInc Features Syndicate, Inc.) iagtnrmt Published afternoons. Monday through Friday, and Sundays by The Baytown Sun. Inc. at Prarce and Ashbel in Baytown, Texas. Fred Hnrtman Editor and Publisher Jim Boone Business Manager Preston Prndergrass Managing Editor Hciilah Mae Jackson ••••• Office Manager J. T. Bowling Circulation Manager ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT John Warlley Manager Pa-il Putm.in Retail Manager Corric Lmighlin National Manager Sun's Houston Telephone Number, CA 8-26-13. Represented Nationally By Texas Newspaper Representatives. Inc. P. 0. Box 308. Bnytown. Subscription Hates By Carrier $!/!." per < vj ' >rifh ~ S17 - 1(1 ^ T Ypar Mail rates on re<niest. Entered ,is seroncl class matter at the Baytown, Texas. Post Office under the Art of Congress of March 3. 1879. MEMBER O." TUB .A<U<ylATHI> rSF.S^ THE ANSWER, QUICK! 2. How did Mesopotamia get its name? 2. In what Italian city are tho ruins called Theodoric's Palace? 3. From what state ia Sen. Bourke Hickenlooper? 4. When and to whom did George Washington, make the only surrender of an array under his command? 5. Conjunctivitis is a disease affecting what part of th« tody ? IT'S IEEN SAID Of att the sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these: "It might hare bee»."— John Greenleaf Whittier. IT HAPPENED TODAY On thin date In 1932 Hattfo W. C»rraway ot Arkansas was elected the first woman IT. S. wnator. <vf T'tst fatly f»TiMi«h*t;l h*r*ift. Rljtfttii tvf r*puhiic*ttoft AUDTP. mtftl T«*i Prwt A«n. HAPPY IIRTHDAY To Georges Carpenticr, former French heavyweight boxer, and Herbert O. (Frits) Crister, University of Michigan -athletic director. A stranger aids yon; (lot y<mr residence. Today's will b» melhodkaU Mid By NAN JONES Central Prw Writer FOLK OF FAME-GUESS THE NAME when he answered a newspaper ad for a Welsh-speaking 1 actor for "The Druid's Rest," a play by this author. He, too, is a Welshman, now some 55 years old. His London stage career began in 1927. Often since, he has played the part of a third countryman, Dylan Thomas. Hla films include •Tha Last Days of Dolwyn," "Ivanhoe" and "I Accuse." Among 1 the plays he has written are "The Corn Is Green," "Full Moon," "The Last Days of Dolwyn" and "The Late Christopher Bean." Vflio to he? (Hum «t bottom ot eotana) WATCH YOUR IANCUAOI RAGOUT —- (ra-GOO) — noun; a heavily seasoned stew of meat -and vegetable!. Verb: to make into a ragout Cugtn: French— ragouter, lo restore the appetite of. HOW'O YOU JMAKI OUTt 3. Front the Greek I—'Tm going: to be the great, eat actor," this Welshman has said, "or what's the point of acting?" He was born Richard Jenkins 35 years ago, the youngest of 13 children of a coal miner in South Wales. Despite his commonplace background, his father determined that at least one of his sons would have advantages: he learned acting, singing and rugby in high school and won a scholarship to Oxford. His best-known vehicles have been 'The Lady's Not for Burning," "Time Remembered" and "Camelot" on stage and "My Cousin Rachel," "The Robe," "Look Back in Anger" and "The Ice Palace" on film. H« twice has been nominated for an Oscar. Who ia he? 2—The actor above got his Ifinrt professional break in 2M3 How Do You Stand, Sir? By Barry Goldwaier WASHINGTON -"Some top top union economists have proposed the United States declare a moratorium on income tax for several months next year." This is the lead paragraph from a news story which appeared in the Arizona Republic late in December. The story was written by Robert Piser, a competent reporter and quoted Keene S. Brown, top executive officer of the Arizona AFL-CIO, who had just returned from a Washington conference of national labor leaders. The head on the two-column story was "Union 'Aides Ask Tax Moratorium." The Arizona labor leader told the reporter that according to a panel of union economists at a Washington conference, the nation's workers would change the, American economy "in a hurry"! if they cuiild take home a tax-| free paycheck for two or three months. I don't suppose this story, in competition with the headlines of the day, attracted very much attention. I doubt that any of the wire services gave it any emphasis. Yet to my mind the implications in this statement are extremely encouraging. The union leaders have finally recognized that the federal tax collector is the true enemy oi every man who labors to produce the money to provide the necessities his family requires. To my mind this is a breakthrough in economic understanding comparable to the launching of the first space vehicle. If those who lead and control the union movement have now come to realize that excessive governmental expenditures, which are reflected in the direct income tax rate stand as a barrier between the individual and economic security the hardships and uncertainties o! the last twenty - five years may produce a beneficial result for ali the people of America. The withholding tax since its inception has been an anesthetic which has prevented the producer from identifying his true enemy. Union bosses have accused management of being responsible for the pinch on the employes. The general economic situation, merchandising methods, and a hosl :>£ other factors have been blamec :or the inability of most American families to "get ahead." The truth is, and the American labor leaders apparently now recognize the truth — that federal spending and consequent essential T ederal taxation is the unseen thief who has robbed tha American paycheck. The suggestion now of the Union eaders is a moratorium on taxes Eor two or three months as a temporary expedient to improve the jconomy, to stimulate buying, and increase employment. A permanent solution for our present dilemma will be found when the federal government is permanently limited in the amount of money it can take from the average paycheck — when we have restored to the American wage earner the right to spend all of the money he earns. If a three month forgiveness of federal taxes would temporarily stimulate the American economy, would there not bo immeasurable permanent benefits in a permanent reduction in the total amount of federal taxes — if even half the, amount now collected for federal taxes could be permanently re stored to the average paycheck. Conservatives, who have as their first concern the welfare of the individual, have for years been arguing that Uncle Sam was collecting a disproportionate amount in federal taxes out of every producer's pocket. Conservatives believe a permanent reduction in the federal tax collection would be more beneficial to every individual than would j any elaborate scheme of govern-' mental assistance now being advocated by the radical liberals. How do you stand. Sir? *~ tt f middle, plus potamoa, river; the country, now called Iraq, lies between the Tigris and Kuphra- tes rivers. 2. Ravenna, 3. Iowa. 4. In 175* at Fort Necewity to the French dnrinf th« French and Indian War. 5. The eye. Other Views EDITORS SPEAK SI1REVEFORT TIMES Adolescents, in the summary view of a Kansas City psychiatrist are poeplc. That is to say, they like privacy, resent: criticisms, thrive on praise and resent ridicule and threats. Writing n the current issue of ihe Amer- can Medical Society's journal, his psychiatrist lays down several guidelines for parents: Couple a restriction with a priv lege. a liberty with a rcspons lility, a compliment with a crit cism, he says. This means, se I midnight deadline on a daugh ers dating but let her bring he 'riend in for cake and coffee; le vour son use the car only if h agrees to wash or polish it, air nduce Missy to take otf the mas *ara by telling her it spoils he; natural beauty. Addod to theso sensible precept, lie psyclu'atrists's further sugges ions are to let your youngstei 'arn his or her allowance, or par if it: discuss, but don't nag 01 idicule, and for goodness sake !on't keep on repeating the same 'lings you said during the first live minutes of the discussion. ASHBVIU,E CITI/KN The nirrent partisan .squnhbloi over defense spemliiv.;, medical rare for the ap;od. and such federal programs remind us of story: Several \oars ago the Bal- itimore Svn offered a S100 prize j for the Ixist answer to the query, "Wh.it is the difference between a Republican and a Democrat? The cash was won by a woman who wrote: "A Rrpul>!ii-;in is a f>erson who bvlieves that rt Dpttio- Irratir administration is ktd for ! Nisiness. A iVmoiTUt is a p*T- Isiin who hpliovos a Republican j administration i.s bad for business. I—Both are rifihl. SERVE BCTER MEAIS SIS? 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