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Monday Morning May 23 7935 FORT WORTH STARTELEGRAM PA Og Matt I PA Og Matt 1 41oP pI 11 ti ro One Fueling Keeps B-52s Up 7 Hours INon-Christian Views of Politicians' Assailed at Presbyterian Assembly WAIE Our new and improved show windows along Houston Street are now under construction and we hope to have them ready some time in June 100111:10 1111411p1 gloirA11 ExPANss Dpti moNti is Our new and improved show windows along Houston Street are now under construction and we hope to have them ready some time in June WAIN mt DAID)p1 ftlittoptur Row 010rol 44 '1111110111 111111111 I relief the status now accorded to the mother of Our Lord in Roman communion ''In the celebrations of that year the progressive trend to exalt the figure of the virgin mother to the office of associate partner in the work of redemption reached its culminating point Mary of Nazareth has be come co-redemptrix with her son "The development of the Marian Cult has widened the breach between the Roman Catholic Church and all other Christian communions "In the figure of the virgin the Church of Rome has created a semi-divine female being who becomes virtual head of the church the hope of all who are distressed and the sovereign overlord of all that occurs in history The devotion to Mary now equals and even exceeds the devotion to Christ himself 1' EDWARDS MR FORCE BASE Cal May 22 of the Mr Force's super bombers eight jet a flight of about 7 hours 35 minutes with out refueling Sunday But Edwards AFB officers said this was not a record for the huge planes which are still undergoing tests The two intercontinental bombers kit Edwards for Washington to appear in art Armed Forces Day show but turned back over Indiana because of poor ground visibility in the national capital Edwards officers said the exact flying time and distance traveled could not be given as 1-52 performance figures are still classified Officials at Bolling AFII Washington called off the flight when it became apparent the jet bombers would not been seen from the ground there i of 0 1 1 4 71 ii if 1 1 14-' 4 (efl 7 1 I 1 't I i AST- -1 1 1 solpk 1Ni A a't -A- ti e' it i --T-41 1 1---- a 1' 14 0it''' 9 i ')N44ro ei 0 1 i '----cti 4 0 1 1 0 it i i I i --eeN 1 i 1 I -Is --1110) 1 (1: 4 -41 --11 tr f- i i 4' 4 6 1-e 1 ii24'4-7 '7'- '''t I '77 4' i 4 -i7f -41 I 'P 1 14414' i 0 wofo- 1 1 vo i i i 0 I 1 in a stage hisper heard around the orld we say to one another: 'This will US rich'" The Christian trumpet he said "too often squeaks when it ought to blast a call to the battle flag of Jesus Christ" Earlier the Presbyterians were told that the number of denominations in the United States more than 200 doesn't make sense But the situation "is not quite so had as it sounds" added Dr Ralph Waldo Lloyd president of Maryville (Tenn) College "We find that 08 per cent of all American church members are in 77 denominations and threefourths of them are in six or seven church families such as the Methodist Presbyterian Baptist Roman Catholic" And Christ's prayer "that they all may be one" is being slowly answered Dr Lloyd said partly through cooperative organizations like the YMCA YWCA and Councils of Churches Dr Lloyd moderator of the 166th general assembly addressed -several hundred persons in Immanuel Presbyterian Church To Vote Monday Meanwhile Dr Paul Wright of Portland Ore preached at two morning services his first sermon since his election Thursday as moderator of the 167th general assembly which continues through Wednesday About 150 pastors here for the assembly preached meanwhile in Presbyterian and other pulpits in and near Los Angeles MONNIG'S A 11 LOS ANGELES May 22 (T)--- The president of the National Council of Churches lashed out Sunday night at "politicians tumbling over themselves to prove they are not idealists but practical in the field Of Asiatic relations Dr Eugene Carson Blake of Philadelphia assailed what he termed the non-Christian attitude of certain leaders lie asked: "Should not a well known senator from this state (California) fear the votes of professing Christians when his isolationism and Asiatic imperialism reveal him as clearly non-Christian in contrast to the President who urges Christian patience and understanding?" Dr Blake also said: "A former medical missionary now in Congress insists that any attempt to talk to the Chinese Communists is a betrayal of those whom the Communists have martyred" While he mentioned no names the Los Angeles Times said Dr Blake was referring to Senator Know land of California and Representative Judd of Minnesota Dr Blake spoke at the service of ecumenical worship of the I67th general assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the A His plea for more Christian action in international relations included an attack on the church for maintaining silence "No wonder our enemies call us hypocrites" said Dr Blake "when at one moment we grandly proclaim our moralism and the next moment behind our hands FA-5181 rriwe4077rollt'1bokrimiomorroltr 7 ii A pleated summer beauty it paraarta anuilitur livistig- Press Photo MISS UVALDE Vice President Garner of Uvalde congratulates Miss Clarise Gulley 17 Uvalde High School junior after she won a beauty contest and was named Miss Uvalde County She will help publicize a three-day centennial celebration in the Southwest Texas county next spring Health for Today Many Factors Play Important Role In Proper Identification of Bodies iiai In i 0Jw11' iHli '1 0 05' Two parakeets owned by Tom Maxwell of Waco won seven trophies and eight ribbons to capture top honors at the Fort Worth Bird Club's second annual competition and show Sunday at hotel Texas' Exhibit Hall TOM MAXWELL I and prize-m inning birds Two Waco Parakeets Take lop Honors at Show Here "LA --Star-Teleg rAm Photo "Robin' Hall Hat 00 Cool a crisp pleated ribbon Just a tiny pretty wisp-goes every place A summer delight in black navy red beige coffee or white 200 State first and secondt choice Please add 30c 1 by mail lint Box lionniffs Street Floor Breeze Into Fun! Wb 4 4 4' -i I ''1' '1 1 "Robin Hall Hat ''''t i i ''Z': 41 s- 1 --4 -iA)I'' 11 1 '''g 2oo if: 4 (: OP 'P'''': '11 0 1 A Hii1 ftio '4 A I i Cool a N4 iltl'oLP-il' filt I 4it''' lr crisp pleated -1 4c ribbon Just 4 1 0 -X di a tiny pret i 4 4 I 4 very pl tirt ty wisp-goes eace ts'' i ir: i A summer delight i L' i t'o CD i7Iz-m roll black navy i i) red beige coffee or 11''llilltil liltWi white 200 'It WI i 1 1 ill 1)1: I 1 State first and second Please add 30c Vii :::44 i--- I I 11 i '1 choice ok 4----771 7: II Akli-tir 41 a by mail 4L'''' 4- a 4 I 1 i 4 i' i A lint Box Jionniffs Street floor 4 4 1 oiw 0EA ltlii Fit Photo TOM 3IAXWELL I Breeze Into Fun! I and prize-winning birds 1 Two Waco Parakeets Take Top Honors at Show Here gor Two parakeets owned by Tom Maxwell of Waco won seven tro- 1- o' 41 phies and eight ribbons to cap- 4 ture top honors at the Fort Worth 4 Bird Club's second annual corn- '''A' petition and show Sunday at llo- tel Texas Exhibit Hall morratbe tN4 i'" i '04s4 trl Dr Wright told audiences at Immanuel and the First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood that Christian are under orders from Jesus to "go ye therefore and teach all nations" "Ile unites those he calls to be his disciples with himself in his mission" the new moderator continued "How prone we are to forget this fact "When rightly understood joining the church is enlistment in a campaign for the duration a campaign in which our Lord was with us to the end of the age and leads us by His living presence" Monday the 880 lay and clerical delegates representing 2658903 church members are scheduled to vote on two outstanding subjects awaiting consideration by the general assembly One proposes amendment of the church constitution to permit ordination of women as ministers The other is a lengthy statement on "the Marian Cult in relation to the lordship of Christ and the unity of the church" Breach Widened The Presbyterians' permanent commission on interchurch relations asked the assembly to approve the statement which says in part "The festivals in honor of the Virgin Mary which marked the LLUi1 JCU LAIC clOntinuiy LAP at prove the statement which says part "The festivals in honor of the Mary which marked the there is a subtle difference in sesses a file of fingerprints appearance between a person which exceeds 127000000 indiliving and the same person dead viduals The percentage of crimUnder stress of emotion or inals in these is small indeed of wishful thinking on the part Unless the passage of time and of the identifier dead persons exposure to the elements has may be falsely identified both eradicated fingerprints this is positively and negatively the closest and most practical Some of the common idenifica- first step to take in identifying tion marks well known from the unknown dead frequent mention in the press Principal factors in identifica are the individual's teeth and tion of the body include weight the bodily characteristics such height build and general char as scars which the body may acteristics plus recognizable fa bear But before one can sub- cial features if present In addi mit a body to the inspection of tion there are often distinctly( the deceased's relatives or his marks on the skin whose loca dentist one must learn who the tion and character is known tc deceased is relatives and whose descriptior The first thought in connec- may be published and broadcas tion with identification is the as an aid in locating relatives fingerprint It has been advocated Among these are birthmarks that everyone be officially fin- scars and tattoos A missinl gerprinted a procedure which limb finger or toe immediata has been resisted because of the narrows the possibilities down criminal implications and the much smaller numbers and sp( natural American resistance to cific combinations of these at any form of regimentation how sent members make identific( ever potentially beneficial tion still easier Yet despite this fact the Fed- eral Bureau of Investigation pos Medical observations also ca which exceeds 127000000 The percentage of criminals in these is small indeed Unless the passage of time and exposure to the elements has eradicated fingerprints this is the closest and most practical first step to take in identifying the unknown dead Principal factors in identification of the body include weight height build and general characteristics plus recognizable facial features if present In addition there are often distinctive marks on the skin whose location and character is known to relatives and whose description may be published and broadcast as an aid in locating relatives Among these are birthmarks scars and tattoos A missing limb finger or toe immediately narrows the possibilities down to much smaller numbers and specific combinations of these absent members make identification still easier Medical observations also can BY IV BAUER Director or Health Education American Medical Aeaociation A necessity unpleasant to con template which nevertheless does arise is the identification of the dead Persons who become uncoil' scious and die away from home from natural causes thost who are killed in accidents or suffer Injuries which ultimately prove fatal persons murdered and stripped of identification suicides who have tried to disguise their identity victims of mental lapses any of these may need to be identified when found dead If the body contains personal effects such as identification cards the presumptive identification is easy always reserving the possibility that advertently or intentionally these common Identification marks may have been provided to be misleading These indications together with the circumstances under which the body was found may lead to Witnesses who can furnish the necessary identification Yet BY IV Director or American A necessity template does arise of the dead Persons scious and di from natural are killed in Injuries whic fatal perso stripped of cides who ha their identity lapses any be identified If the bod effects such cards the pr tioil is easy the possibili or intention identification been provide These in with the which the bi lead to Wane the necessar: Best bird in the show was Max-in well's Australian gray-green cock It won best in its class and sec-Virgin tion and in open class Marian Year of 1954 set in bold Runnerup was Maxwells light Best bird in the show was Max- estsrtalinianitgsrealya-gssreaenndeoseeke wItelwrosnAbu tion and in open class Runnerup was Maxwells light green hen It won prizes as the highest scoring bird best female and best of opposite sex in its class and in the show Ren Clark of Fort Worth won best in the English bred class with his parakeet and Mrs Gaile Douglas also of Fort Worth took first in the novice class A total of 37 trophies and 300 11 ribbons were awarded for the more than 500 birds entered in-eluding five awards for children's 1 pet birds Steil is club president Show chairman was Oli- ver He was assisted by Grimm Judges were Mrs Opal Richardson of Shreveport and Robert Centofani of Fort Worth green hen It won prizes as the highest scoring bird best female and best of opposite sex in its class and in the show Ren Clark of Fort Worth won best in the English bred class with his parakeet and Mrs Gaile first in the novice class Douglas also of Fort Worth took A total of 37 trophies and 300 1 ribbons were awarded for the om re than 500 birds entered in- 1 eluding five awards for children's 1 pet birds Steil is club president I i rs the washable casual son will lose le a fall I 'From Another Planet' 'Flying Saucer' Wreckage Assures Britons of Reality anetI 349 49 Kedettes Ballet Tie AEC DRAFTS RULES ON ATOMIC SECRETS AEC ON Junior Audubon Society A Junior Audubon Society of Fort Worth has been organized by Mrs Stephen Passmore Audubon Society member She and a group of 10 children of the new society visited the Lake Worth fish hatcheries Sunday afternoon This lifting young shoe was made to keep your feet gay The washable colors bright above light sure-footed Cork 'n Crepe soles Black peacock sand red or white Sizes 4 fo 9 319 Please add 30c postage with mail orders Shoes Montag's Third Floor of Fashion ur feet sand oti of all nests a humming bird's is the most difficult to find saucers were staffed by small under four feet tall" my informant told me "It's frightening but there is no denying the flying saucers come from another planet" This official quoted scientists as saying a flying ship of this type could not possibly have been constructed on earth The British government I learned is withholding an official report on the "flying saucer" examination at this time possibly because it does not wish to frighten the public In the United States all kinds of explanations have been advanced But no responsible official of the Air Force has yet intimated the mysterious flying ships actually vaulted from outer space examination at this time pos stbly because it does not wish to frighten the public In the United States all kinds of explanations have been ad- vanced But no responsible official of the Air Force has yet in timated the mysterious flying ships actually vaulted from outer space 1111 I I 1 obtaining confidential information and a clearance would be required for secret information Each access permit would be granted for a one-year term but could be renewed on application However the AEC said it may terminate or suspend a permit for such things as "false statements in the application" and violations of the atomic energy act or commission regulations Anyone seeking atomic information would be required to pay all expenses involved Ludy IXILLIALIOLC tn auaycitu a 1- mit for such things as "false the application" and statements in of the atomic en- ergy act or commission regula- lions Anyone seeking infor- mation Would be required to pay all expenses involved Remember the creepy stories about flying saucers and little men from outer space? Dorothy Kilgallen has run into a new one in London Here is her dispatch to the New York Journal-American on what a British official thinks about those little fellows BY DOROTHY KILGALLEN New York JorunalAmerican Stiff Correspondent (Distributed be International News (Service) LONDON May 22-1 can report Sunday on a story which is positively spooky not to mention chilling British scientists and airmen after examining the wreckage of one mysterious flying ship are convinced that these strange aerial objects are not optical illusions or Soviet inventions but are actually flying saucers which originate on another planet The source of my information is a British official of cabinet rank who prefers to remain unidentified "We believe on the basis of our inquiries thus far that the arrietug I LONDON May 22-1 can re- port Sunday a story which is posithely spookyon not to mention chilling scientists and rmen British airmen after examining the wreckage of one mysterious flying ship are convinced that these strange aerial objects are not optical il- lusions or Soviet inventions but are actually flying saucers which originate on another planet The source of my information is a British official of cabinet Tank who identified prefers to remain un- "We believe on the basis of our inquiries thus far that the make a contribution to recognition and by employing a combination of methods it is often possible to build up a composite which is a quite recognizable personality such as criminologists do in furnishing material for artists to make startlingly accurate sketches of wanted criminals Among medical identifications are the calculation of diameters of the skull by measurement which may not identify an individual but may exclude large numbers whose head sizes are different A complete blood grouping likewise will exclude considerable numbers and may narrow the field still further So may the sex of the individual easily calculated in the case of a skeleton from the measurements of the pelvic bones Ninety-nine out of 100 adult skeletons can be correctly identified as to sex by methods now available Other helpful signs are age the color of the skin or eyes the color amount and distribution of hair the contents of the stomach scars of operative procedures the absence of certain organs surgically removed or the identification of remnants of disease by X-ray No one identification mark except positive recognition of a face by a person well acquainted with the deceased may be conclusive but evidence from several sources may make identification possible with considerable accuracy (Distributed by Rine Features Syndicate) considerable numbers and may narrow the field still further So may the sex of the indi- vidual easily calculated in the case of a skeleton from the measurements of the pelvic atomic hones Ninety-nine out of 100 adult skeletohs can be correctly identified as to sex by methods now available Other helpful signs are age the color of the skin or eyes the color amount and distribution of hair the contents of the atom- ach scars of operative pro- cedures the absence of certain organs surgically removed or the identification of remnants of dis- ease by X-ray No one identification mark ex- cept positive recognition of a face by a person well acquainted with the deceased may be con- elusive but evidence from several sources may make identification curacy possible with considerable ac- (Distributed by Kim Features Syndicate) WASHINGTON May 22 The Atomic Energy Commission proposed Sunday rules under which it will give American business men confidential or secret information to nevelop civilian uses of atomic energy This is one of the key steps designed to pave the way for expanded use of the atom in private industry medical treatment and other peaceful pursuits It is a follow-up to the AEC's action last month in laying down regulations under which the AEC will license utilities and private firms to use nuclear materials The proposed regulations will be published in the Federal Register The public then will be given 30 days in which to submit written suggestions and comments Licensing Rules The rules for licensing and for granting access permits were drawn up under the DM atomic energy revision law One of its chief purposes was to encourage private groups to get into the atomic energy field The AEC said the information It will give private individues or firms will not include that of "primarily" military significance Under the regulations the AEC said it will not give secret or confidential atomic information to a person who is a citizen of a foreign country or to anyone whom me commission "knows or has reason to believe is owned controlled or dominated by or is acting as an agent" for a foreign government or business The proposed rules for granting access to secret information are somewhat stricter than those for giving out confidential information An individual would be granted access to confidential data "if he evidenced a potential use or application of such data in I business profession or Security Clearance An applicant for secret information would be required to show a need for it and then mould have access to it for a limited time only and would be restricted to specific information which has "an immediate or significant effect" upon his business profession or trade Art security clearanci itould be required for anyone nesignea to pave tile Nay tut- expanded use of the atom in te and privay medical ment industr other peaceful pur- treat- suits It is a follow-up to the AEC's action last month in laying down regulations under which the AEC will license utilities and private firms to use nuclear materials The proposed regulations will be published in the Federal Reg- ister The public then will be gtven 30 days in which to sub- ments mit written suggestions and corn- Licensing Rules The rules for icensing and for granting access permits were draw up under the 1954 atomic energy revision law One of its chief purposes was to encourage private groups to get into the atomic energy field The AEC said the information It will give private individuals or firms will not include that of "primarily" military significance Under the regulations the AEC said it will not give secret or confidential atomic informa- tion to a person who is a citizen of a foreign country or to any one whom me commission "knows or has reason to believe is owned controlled or dominat- ed by or is acting as an agent" for a foreign government or busi- ness The proposed rules for grant- mation ing access to secret information are somewhat stricter than those for giving out confidential infor- An indiVidual would be grant ed access to confidential data if he evidenced a potential use or application of such data in is business profession or liade" Security Clearance An applicant for secret infor- mation would be required to show a need for it and then would have access to it for a lim- ited time only and would be re- stricted to specific information which has "an immediate or sig- rificant effect" upon his busi- rtess profession or trade Art security clearance mid be required for anyone WASHING The Atomic proposed Si which it will ness men information uses of aton This Is 01 designed to expanded private indt ment and suits It is a fol action last regulations will license firms to us! The prop be publishe! ister The given 30 cla mit written ments Lic The rules granting a drawn up energy revi chief purpo private gro atomic enei The AEC It will give firms will "primarily" Under AEC said i or confidei tion to a pi of a foreig one "knows or is owned ed by or i for a foreig MSS The pro Ing access are somewl for giving An indit ed access "if he evic or applica i busi Sea An appl mation show a would hav ited time stricted t( which has rificant rtess prof Art itould be The AEC said it would waive its rights to inventions and discoveries which develop as a result of confidential data provided However the AEC said it would insist on "an irrevocable royalty-free non-exclusive license for government" use of any discovery or invention resulting from secret information supplied A report would have to be made to the AEC on any such invention or discovery Last month's announcement of regulations for licensing persons to use atomic materials said the individuals must be reliable qualified and possessed of the equipment needed to protect life and property Eisenhowers Return WASHINGTON May 22 President and Mrs Eisenhower returned to the White House late Sunday after a week-end at their country home at Gettysburg Pa Build this summer home yourself If you think summer homes are only for the wealthy get ready to change your mind June Better Homes Gardens features a summer home you can build yourself or have a builder complete for you from a pre-assembled basic package It's a beauty with a massise glass wall sweeping across the living area Pre-cut materials and simple construction make its low cost possible See it! 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