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mrnmrnn By DrOW How can part of an atomic reactor get lost between the United States and India? Atomic reactors are among the most Important pieces of machinery in the world. There are not too many of them j and if you have the secret of a peacetime atomic reactor, you can eventually inake an atomic bomb for military purposes. Despite this, parts of anatomic reactbr which the United States was sending to India got lost, reportedly in the hold of a ship. Indian and American officials have been searching everywhere, but the missing piece can't be located. There is no clue as to whether they were stolen or got mixed up with other cargo. At any rate,; they are just as minus as the nuclear bomb which got lost over Spain recently. < - o- —PISTOLS FOR MARINES— Many enlisted Marines have written to their parents from South Viet Nam begging for pistols to be sent them direct. Reason is that in hand-to-hand Jungle fighting, rifles are cumbersome. Pistols are much more effective. However, only officers and non-commissioned officers are permitted to carry sidearms. A lot of Marines want to get around this restriction by getting revolvers direct from their families. -fl- anged the hasty conference in Honolulu to get the immediate approval of the South Vietnamese government. But he forgot to take Humphrey along. When Premier Ky agreed, the President sent word to the Vice President to pack his bags and start for Saigon. The only briefing Humphrey got on what the President wanted was in their short conference at the San Francisco airport. Then Humphrey had to take off to implement a program whose details he barely knew. President Johnson, incidentally, was so pleased with the results of his Honolulu conference with South Vietnamese leaders that he is planning to hold another, follow-up conference next fall. - o - —GET-RICH QUICKERS— American promoters are already staking out claims in South Viet Nam, One former Army officer has been surveying the beach front at Nha Trang. He hopes to form a syndicate!) to buy up the beach and turn it into the playground of Asia. For it has all the attractions - warm water, pleasant sand, temperate climate, short rainy season and a protected bay. Another American, who went to Viet Nam as a truck driver, now owns one of the finest villas in the country and is building a hotel. - o - -LATE STARTER HUMPHREY- —CHURCH AND STATE— Vice President Humphrey's trip to South Viet Nam was so sudden that he was only partly briefed on the social and economic reforms LBJ wanted him to promote. Yet in a way it was Humphrey's idea. For it was the Vice President who first! came to the President a year ago to plead for a social as well as a military offensive in souttyviet-NamT -• -»••••-•---• The ftrategy was developed by EdwardSlSansdaie, a retired Air Force general, who sold his views to Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge and the Vice President, Humphrey took them to the President, who permitted Lansdale to try out some of his ideas on a small scale. When the resumption of bombing of North Viet Nam brought a sour reaction in the Senate and in the U. N., the President decided suddenly to try out Lansdale's recommendations and arr- Sen. Ervin of North Carolina has invited some of the nation's leading clergymen to testify before his Constitutional Rights Subcommittee, beginning March 8, on the separation of church and state. He will ask whether federal programs infringe on church rights, and whether some churches are willing to accept "federal interfeTehte'becatisfe-they' need the money.,. ,, s •;.. , f-'« Ervin is considering 'a bill that would permit individuals to sue the federal government for return of any taxes used to support religious activities, provided this can be shown to be in violation of the First Amendment. National Detective's chief, Chauncey James, stated frankly on his. registration form that one of his functions was "to ascertain the activities of certain Haitian citizens, govern- ment officials and former government officials who are presently In the USA." Note: In 1959, Richard Chamber registered as a Haitian agent to furnish information on people "conspiring against the Haitian regime." - o - -HEADLINES AND FOOTNOTES- Vice President Hubert Humphrey, who is still looking for an appropriate place to hang his hat, has framed a letter written by Vice President George Dallas more than 100 years ago. The letter indicates that Dallas also had trouble over where to live .... "The more things change," says Humphrey, "the more they remain the same." .... Lobbyists constantly throw parties for Senators, but last week a group of Senators arranged a surprise party for a lobbyist. Sen. Vance Hartke, D-Ind., learned that one of the most popular lobbyists on Capitol Hill, Chuck Lipsen, had reached his 40th birthday. So Hartke got together with some of his colleagues and cooked up a birthday party. So many Senators showed up that they could have had a quorum call around the cake. . . . This column recently reported that Congressmen had been holding their annual golf tournament at the fashionable Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach, Fla., despite the fact that the hotel barred Jewish guests. The story implied that Rep. Edward Derwinski, R-fll., who arranged the 1965 tournament, wasn't concerned. This column has now learned that Derwinski wrote to the hotel, threatening to cancel the tournament unless the hotel stopped discriminating against Jews. We are happy to clarify the story. - o- —PRIVATE SPIES— The FBI is investigating the practice of certain foreign governments to hire American private detectives to spy on political refugees who have been granted asylum In this country. Some private eyes function virtually as secret police for these governments. One of the worst offenders is the island dictatorship of Haiti which, over the years, has hired the following detective firms: Associated Detectives, Inc., Miami; Borger Associates, New •?;York city; and National Detective ^Agencies, Inc., Washington. 11 Musicians From Burf Get I Ratings BURT - Burt Elementary students garnered 11 - I ratings out of 16 entries in the Elementary Instrumental Music Contest at Mason City Saturday. The remaining five entries were given "Do Not Disturb" opens Sunday At The Algona Theatre SAVE on New Spring Fabrics REG. 79*, 98* AND MOREI FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY YARD 36 TO 45-INCH WIDTHSI ALL IN FULL IOLTSI • DAN RIVER Cotton Gingham • Dacron-Cotton Woven Gingham • Cotton Sailcloth, Waffles, piques • Cotton Oxford Cloth, ducks • Surface Interest Fabrics and More ! All the fabrics you'll want and need to create a wonderful Spring wardrobe. Solids, florals, blotch grounds, stripes, patterns ready for dresses, shifts, sportswear, sleepwearl Sew and save on clothing for yourself ... the whole family I These fine fabrics are all machine washable and crease resistant . . . require little or no ironing. Hyrry in I HO PAYMENT DUE UNTIL APRIL en cfiorg* pvrctatif macft new/ City, spent the weekend with her sister and husband, the David Bunkofskes. Mr. and Mrs. James Trager and Tammy, Des Moines, and Gerald Hilton, Mankato, spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilton. Eleanor Movick, Ottosen, was a Sunday guest at the Ken Cook home. Mrs. Viola McDonald spent Friday night and Sunday with Tnimday, ftb. 24, 1966 Algona (la.) Uppftf D«« Moln**-5 her daughter, Frances Ann, at Morningside College. Because of the World Day of Prayer services Friday, members of the Fortnightly Club will not meet. The postponed meeting will be held at the home of Esther Bahling, March 4. World Day of Prayer services will be held at 2 p. m. Friday, at the Burt Presbyterian church. Ladies of the Presbyterian and Methodist churches will take part* The public is invited to attend these services. REASONABLE PRICES, •erttce, and quality pHatUtg •re trademarks of the Uppef Del Moiae* Pnb. Co. In Algoni. MOTORING IN THE ENGLISH COUNTRYSIDE are Doris Day and Rod Taylor In this scene from the 20th Century-Fox romantic- comedy, "Do Not Disturb" in Cinemascope and DeLuxe Color opening Sunday at the Algona Theatre. Taylor plays an American businessman transferred to England, while Doris Day is his well- meaning, but sometimes meddlesome wife. Ralph Levy directed. No. 2 ratings. Students winning I ratings were: Robert Devine, Becky Cranston, Franklin Becker, Pamela Soderberg, David Hanson, Mayme Lavrenz, Kevin Fraser, Jolyn Scheer, Nancy Herrick, Lennice Waltman, Dale Fraser, Marilyn Person, Marcia Soderberg, Carol Sill, Darlene Miller and Cynthia Soderberg. n's went to Cindy Patterson, Cindy Sill, Cynthia Cranston, Mark Behrends, Connie Shier- bon and Ruth Long. - o - Mr. and Mrs. George Becker, Stephen and Susan were Sunday supper guests at the Martin Becker home, Algona. Mrs. Ethyl Hain, Algona, was also a guest. All celebrated the birthday anniversary of Mrs. George Becker. Mr. and Mrs, Arie Dittmer arrived home Thursday after spending several weeks in the Florida sunshine. The trip to and from Florida was made by air. 24 members of the Burt Methodist church attended a Mission Fellowship meeting at the Good Hope church Sunday evening. The evening program on the American Indian was presented by Rev. and Mrs. Merlin Davies, On display were many Indian articles and relics from the Davies' collection. Mrs. Ralph Bartlett, Charles City, spent Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Ken Cook, and helped her observe her birthday anniversary. Gwenyth Teeter, senior in nurses training at St. Joseph's hospital, Mason City, spent the weekend at the parental Glenn Teeter home. Roberta Ackerman, who attends beauty school in Mason THURSDAY thru SATURDAY "Gunmen Of The Rio Grande" 7:30 Only. "Situation Hopeless But Not Serious" at 9.-05. SATURDAY MATINEE at 1:30"Gunmen Of The Rio Grande" Plus 6 Color Cartoons. SUNDAY - "Do Not Disturb"1:30 - 3:30 - 5:30 - 7;30 - 9;30. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY "Do Not Disturb" - 7 : 00 - 9 : 10. ALGONA Thur.-Sat., Feb. 24-26 ALEC GUfNNBC asa, with more bars than brains! SAT. MAT. AT "GUNMEN OF THE RIO GRANDE" PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 P.M. ALGONA SUN. thru WED. FEBRUARY 28 - MARCH 2 SltoyAnimols Plusa '•Hubby 1..Equals One V \x» i r i •Even •A Hilarious, Gloriou\KiKabl& HOD TAYLOR .,, i.,., lUMIOm UMEKT • HKIO FUIOIII HE WAS TOPS AS A WOOL SALESMAN.'..UNTIL HE TRIED TO PULL IT OVER HER EYES 1 / IN CINEMASCOPE and COLOR! P* o «

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