Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 1, 1959 · Page 5
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'PERFECT FURLOUGH' Tony Curtis and Linda Cristal cut loose at a night club irt Paris in "The Perfect. Furlough," in which Janet Leigh is starred with Tony. Keenan Wynn and Elaine Stritch are co-starred in this spicy new Army comedy from UniversaWnterantional. The picture.is in Cinema- Scope and Color and is now playing at. the LaNora Theatre. Cellar Objects To Policy Statement Of US Bar Group he's 51st PORf 'GIBSON, MiaS. farmer Ed djritman thinks solved the myfttcry of his missing ently well-fed ;ou adjacent to He found and killed An appar< THE PAMPA DAILX NEWS SUNDAY, MAKCM 1, J989 s his In the bay. pasture. Hie CLASSIFIED ADS (JETS RESULTS n.v f. Inf^fnntloimt Rep.: jr " 6 vfss under discipline. "A ftub.ilantial .strength of mnntem in the Unitfid i in the Chipmunks Top Platter Lists CHICAGO (tIPI) — The Chip-, (17-16-2) With the Wind and the munka went to the top of the Unit-,Rain In Your Hair. Pat Boone, ed Press International top 20 ret;-! Dot. ord survey Saturday with their! 118-0-1) Please Mr. Sun. Tommy novelty tune hit In less than three] Edwards, MGM. months. (19-14-S) I Got a Wife, Mark Their latest entry. "Alvln's Har-. Four - Mercury. monlca." moved into the survey's 1 '20-0-1. Tragedy. Thomas No. 1 spot after three weeks in; Wa . vne ' Kernwood. the list and one month on the! market. Just before the Christmas holidays, the Chipmunks scored with "The Chipmunk Song 1 ," which was a top - runner for several weeks In the survey. Another novelty tune, the Coasters' "Charlie. Brown," was the No. 1 record this week, with Frankie Avalon's "Vemw," a fa- vorits of the teen-agers, ranked third. "Stagger t,ee,'' by.Lloyd Price, slumped into fifth place after heading the record parade for four straight weeks. 'Driving Takes Seeing/ Vision Week Theme "Driving Takes Seeing 1 " Is the theme for National Save Your Vision Week March 1 through 7, Th« top 20 included (nunvbers vvhjrh ,, heing . sponfloreri loi , fll!v in brackets indicated position thisj by , he Pan handle Oplometri,. So- week. rating last week and num-! riety acr . ord)ng . , o Dr . Jamps L . ber of weeks in survey i: j Chase. Dr. Jack Zachry. and Dr. (1-3-31 Alvin's Harmonica. The:Marian Roberts of Pampa, mern- Chipmunks. Liberty (2-4-+) Charlie Brown. The Coasters. Atco. (3-10-31 Venu*. Frankl* Avalon. Chacellor. bers of the Society. "Nearly 22 percent of all licensed drivers have uncorrpcted acuity defects which could lead to death or disaster behind the wheel, and (•t-7-«) Petit* Fl«ur. Chris Bar-j millions are unaware of- their her, Laurie. I shortcomings." Dr. V. D. Martin (5-1-9) Stagger Lee. Lloyd Price, jof Dumas, Society president, slat- ABC. Jed. "Yet all but one-tenth' of one (6-5-8) Children's Marching Song, j percent could have their distance Sauter-Finegan, Kapp Stapleton, | vision for driving brought, up to London Miller Columbia. !par." (7-2-7) Peter Gunn. Ray Anthony, j The theme, "Driving Takes See- Capitol, -ing," was chosen for Save Your (8-6-9) Hawaiian Weeding Song, j Vision Week, ncc/jnlinjj to Dr. Andy Williams. Cadence 'Martin, FO that optometrists and (9-12-5) It's Just a Matter of j cooperating groups can emphasize Time. Brook Benton, Mercury. 'through public service activities (10-9-5) I Cried a Tear. Lavernhhe five visual skills which affect Baker. Atlantic. jsafe driving: ; (11-8-10) Donna. Ritchie Valens. I ) Hi Acuity; Ability to focus and Del-Fi. see clearly with each eye sepa-' (12-13-2) Tall Paul. Annette. Dis- rately and both eyes together, jwr- « neylnnd. Jticularly at a distance. i * (13-0-2) I've Had It. Bell Notes. I (2i Depth Perception: Ability lo' Time. i judge spacp and distance, the most (14-15-10) Lonely Teardrops. .lac- common deficiency found among kie VS'ilson. Brunswick. 'drivers. llfl-18-lOi Sixteen Candles. The' i3i Field of Vision: Ability to Crests. Coed. >S<-P to the sides when looking (16-0-9i May You Ahvays. Me-! straight ahead. Guire Sisters. Coral. ' (4) Muscle Balance: Ability t/> WASHINGTON Kmamiel Celler (D-N.Y.) was characisr this w?e!< when he nisl pf "' tv member there objected to an American tear, 10 non-Corn munislS who Assn. policy statement regreting Supreme Court decisions which have relaxed curbs about Communist subversion. "This," said Cellor. "Is ft maligning of the. Supreme Court which is most irresponsible." One man's opinion on that, perhaps, is as good as another's. Celler. however, deprecated the internal menace of Communism Jin the United States. He said membership in the Communist Party had been reduced to fewer than 5,000 persons, and that thp<<e were under surveillance by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. That statistic of Communist Parly membership probably is erroneous. The latest reliable information on Communist membership in the United States was in a statement by FBI Director .1. Edgar Hoover on Jan. 1, 19S7. Hoover then estimated Communist membership in this country at 17,360. Membership since has • .declined. ; j Opposed House Committee • It is fewer than 10,000 today ] but considerably more than Cel- jler'n 5,000. Celler's abrupt brush-: 'Off of the Internal menace of Communism was to be expected, although his home lown Is New York City where Communist ac- j itivity and membership usually; top those of any other American 1 Community. Teller is among tho.«e who have , opposed the activities of the j House fommillee on Un-American | ! Activities. .On Feb. 2t, 1953, Celler ; was one of two members of the House to oppose the appropriation j to continue that committee's 1 work. The other was Rep. Pvoy I\V. Weir ID-Minn). The vote was' ;!l, r )-2. The ABA policy statement to which Oiler objected contained a direct answer to one phase of his ; complaint- that Communist mem- , bership 1? negligible and under • control. The answer appears under the heading "Current Fallacies about Communism." The word fallacy means that which deceives the eye or the mind. I In terms of ln?ic, a fallacy Is any reasoning failing to satisfy the conditions of logical proof or .violating the laws of valid argument. Here is what the ABA policy statement had to say: I Sl/.e Not Strength i "So much mininformation is current about Communism that it 'Is appropriate to expose some of the major fallacies (such as this one) that Communism in the : United Sintes is dwindling in power because the party is dwindling in numbers. "This popular belief shows a c o rn p 1 e t e misunderstanding of Leninism. Lenin's great contribution to Communism was his principle of the dedicated few. He rejected the idea of a popular i numerous > patty, and established 1 the piinciple that no one should be given parly membership unless poini eyes simultaneously and easily at a given object. i5> Night Vision: Ability to see under low illumination, against glare and to recover from it. ship 64,600) it was stronger In numbers than the Soviet party e work of the Communists." j w as at the time it seized power lom-j Hoover's recently published in Russia." States (is!hook. "Masters o; Deceit," re-j That seizure .was 1fll7 when fact that! for every Con1mu- ! H;e3 that: "When the Communist Russian Communists numbered a Party member there m& be Party was at its peak In thftjmere 40,000. 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