Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 10, 1961 · Page 4
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Alton, Illinois
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li',*-. ALTON SVBNWO TSLMJRAPH MONUAX, AHHU. W, tWl Near Editorial Tax Source ltd ewitftt inneuinemem by Townthip A**MBf JftWe* P. Gorm*fl tfitt c*nvts*er* are beginning the tnntul personal property **«**• fnent »ddi point to propm*!? now being nude Before the stale legfelnwt for radical changes la) the personal property taxation program. Fifteen women deputies must do the c«n- Vatsing for the assessor, and M* trill* in many tomes on personal property will not be Urge IBOalli to make worth while any great amount of effort toward collecting them. file manner of twessment, if it could be truly thorough and" just, would be highly objectionable to manv who do not like their homes entered. Practically, however, home* ^re no longer invaded. A room count generally suffices to guide the assessor in entering his figure). This !* I comparatively painless but ceruinfy a not very productive process. Often the householder merely fill* out a form. As State Rep. Ralph T. Smith pointed out the other day, however, any sources of revenue lost by the state and local government mu<t be replaced. Tn fact, even our existing sources are fast being outstripped by the demands of government expense, and no one can challenge the legitimacy of at least a part of this increase. We can hardly expect government costs to do anything but rise as long as our population continues to increase; u long as materials and salaries, both within government and out, continue to risei and as long as public demands upon government continue to snowball. Unanswered Questions About Peace Opportunity Worth Snatching Alton area residents should avail themselves of the safety check lane tests offered here under a program inspired by the Mayor's Traffic Safety Commission. The factors of your car which help protect against accidents all come in for testing in the safety check. Drivers can protect themselves against the human hazards of driving at all times—and should do so. Thry don't frequently get the chance to check up on the mechanical factors determining the safety of their driving, however. Some drivers, too. have been known to learn things about their cars and their driving habits through the safety checks. For instance, a common failing uncovered by the checks is lack of familiarity among driver* *-ith their headlight dim switches. Tn vie*' of the large number of "one- eyed" cars observed in the area lately, the safety check June 8-10 can't come too soon. One day. by broad daylight, we noticed a car parked on a downtown street. Its left headlight was completely askew and bashed back into the fender. The condition had existed for so long that the reflector on the headlight was half rusted through. How a car can be driven about the community with one headlight out for such an apparent length of time mystifies us. A Little More 'Spoiling' An innovation in the Madison County Teachers institute got off to a good start last week. While attendance at the new parents' division of the program failed to attract enormous audiences, some of the information brought by the speakers was extremely worth while. Dr. Lowell Fisher's discussion might well have been delivered to a mixed audience of parents and their children. Particularly appropos was his suggestion that modern young people have developed a veneer of sophistication which they'd gladly exchange for a "good cry on mother's lap," but will not because they no longer feel a pm of their parents. This attitude may well have emanated from practices advocated by the "book" and many professionals in the days when these young people were infants or children. The theories then looked askance upon all but the barest personal attention and interest of parents toward their children. It resulted in a virtual Spartan procedure in upbringing of these children—and they turned out to be Spartans in .their non-expectations of attention or even interest from their parents. A little more "spoiling" wouldn't have hurt » bit. WASHINGTON - The big Illusion lingers on. Two world lead-1 ers — President Kennedy and Prime Minister Macmlllan —now have held their "summit" meet ing and have issued a statement, phrased in cautious generalities.! The purpose is to give the 1m-1 pression that something substantial is being accomplished to tor- ward the cause of peace. But realism negates such an impression. I For peace doesn't depend on, what the United States and Great! Britain may wishfully say about it. Peace today depends upon mobilizing adequate forces to check' the palpable effort of the Com-! munist regime in Moscow to dom- j 'mate the world either by threat j and a peaceful takeover or by) military action in enough "local"! areas to bring about submission j by the West. The big unanswered question is what the West will do about it. iWhat hovers over every "sum-j •,.»*» mit" meeting is the stark fact that! Reader S FOrunt the West doesn't want to light a war and conveys t h e idea it J will make almost any concession to avert one. The West is a loose alliance with each nation paying lip service to unity but going its own way just the same. j us t received in the current city ; The intelligently Informed and | A dictatorship has only one j election, it will indeed by a he- j judiciously responsive electorate i thing to think about — its ownjroic group. lwjl i ert j ov me good government | force. Its allies are so depen-j The palpable fact that it did;, t ,, deg while the inadequate, .dent upon the power of the die- not receive even a token vote ; , v , nformed and inju dicious elec- ; tators military machine- that O f confidence in the form of a|, orate wil , „,„ , all to endure .they must go along with him. s j ng i e ACBG sponsored candidate : , h govern ment it provides. 'Democratic governments have no being elected to office may well At ^ se of ^ lng charged such power over each other. Hence provc to b e a tragic omen. iwith crem , haneine I have made ISX^*J a ?^ t ££?* lM > The ° id poiiticai machine ™^S£y»^'££ (gives me dictator - a timer oi a, wel , oj)ed and {unctioned smooth-jvation in the uneasy hope that !ly and efficiently* The life orj a || my fears for the Alton City the^disir d eath of the city manager form \ Manager form of government are • MM tr m, M> tm a* «J. en, e* I T 'It's the same thing you cooked on the pa' summer. All it lacks Is your big build- about how good it is!" 25 and 50 Years Ago tio last up If the ACBG remains extant at-! chine's support perished at tlv> ter the obviously mortal blow it polls. .d b Most Important Question hisionmem, as the other side ^.jof government now rest* almost junfounded, ally determines to fight. But it is!f°^, y U P° 1S1 , el f ° °'! then too late to avert a war. ^ lm P° rtuant r<M?le f ted of£ "; (cial upon whose popular coat-! What's happened recently to !tailg the remainder of the ticket! the West? Despite the Macmillan-j^^ly hitch-hiked into office.' Kennedy pronouncements,, the LEWIS W. MORGAN 3706 Western Ave. truth is the West is weaker than it was a year ago. Due to the stagnation of allied policy because of the American election campaign, the Soviets have had several months to entrench them- tar b |ocl{ selves further and to carry on their intensive infiltration in dif- The independent candidate who| held principle above the dubious! prestige of public office and re-j fused to lay his cherished independence upon the sacrificial &\the political ma-1 Forum Writers, Note Writers' name* must be published with letter* to the Readers Forum. Letters must be concise (not over 150 words). All are subject to condensation. April 10,1936 Dltifll Of tW& ftWpOWlf fjjj* if htn inntpoi'tatloft in Alton WVK heard by iftamfeera of the special City Cornell commit- tit oft transportation. A. fc. Cox, representing United Cabs, Inc., with his attorney, Franf^ Tunmlt; and J. E. Ptynter, wprwwtlng Own- muntty Cab Lines, appeared before the com- mltte«. Cos's propuaal was that his company would row 10 new tofcw, «ach with a capacity of 20 persons, to ooit it least J2.500 each. Paynter said his company would 1 buy 12 bums at coat of $3.900 etch, with a 21-passenger capacity. Cox said his company would establish a waiting room near Broadway and Henry, fare rates of both companies were comparable. A school of Instruction for persons who would work In polls In the primary election was set up by Supervisor Frank Olrard, who had enlisted State's Attorney Lester Geers ns the instructor. One hundred 26 persons were needed to man the 21 polls. Officers of the polls would receive double pay, and the head judge would receive pay equivalent to three days. The ballots contained 124 names. 44 of which were Democrat candidates. Sidney M. Drake, formerly with a tire company in Alton, as salesman and manager, opened his own business in the 2400 block of State street. Mrs. Mary Burns, 80, who was injured in a fall a month previous in her home northeast of Brighton, died there. Ward Bridgewater of Wrights Township was elected president of the Greene County Soil Conservation Association. Altonians were taking part in sports in various cities. The bowling team of Koch's Market rolling in the ABC tournament at Indianapolis scored a team total of 2,831, with C. Patterson leading with a 628. In boxing. Kid Irish, member of the American National Golden Gloves team the only year the American champions ever took the international finals from the European Golden Glovers, was to meet Elmer Savage of St. Louis, in a rematch. He had won the first one. Four Alton High School boys were entered in the Maplewood Relays. They were Leroy Harrison, shot put and discus throw; Bill Usinger, javelin throw; Bill Hansen and Dutch Hand, in the 440 and 880. . t-wfc, 84, mmt fntfflBW dted utwxpec«dly « W« staff hnttW brat hemorrhage, Ju« a week afww he and hit wltt, tht termw Lena ttew, oftterVid ftielr SKWt weAfnif ^tmivettary. Amative of M*>, cexijrtn County, near GUlta^l*, IN HwJ r«ld«d: at Mitchell where he moved w taka charge oft; Postmaster Henry Bnnggemifi' laid that: under the Sunday closing plan «t the peat office, tfw general delivery window would "bt. opan tor rtn« hour, startlnf at 9:30 a.m., •&'«, transients could get their mart. Letwn alao were to be distributed to the lock boxes'. Afternoon collections were to be made from all mall boxes about the city. With warning whistle blasts, a CAA passenger train tooted Its way south on Plasa "treet at mid-afternoon. The bell on the locomotive* had broken to pieces after being set to ringing as the train neared the ilrst street crossing in the city. Stricken w'th appendicitis ns ho and his bride were returning from a western wedding tour, Ira L. Crawford of Beaver Creek, Minn., had succumbed In an Iowa hospital. He had been united in marriage In January to Miss Beatrice Bishop of Alton, and word of his death was received by S. H. Bishop and Mrs. Lucia I. Priest. County Judge J. E. Hillskotter extended to April 24 the final date for filing objections to the first assessment for the Wood River Drainage & Levee District. A number of objections already had been formally filed. H. T. Wilson, confectioner at E. 2nd and Alby streets, called off the day's'candy making program when he heard the sounds of mewing kittens, evidently in distress, which seemed to come from the chimney of his candy kitchen. Wilson dismantled the stove pipe but was unable to find the kittens. However, the wailing sounds continued, and he said he would make no fire in the stove until the kittens could be located. Bijou picture theater was offering three reels of movies at a 3-cent admission except on Saturday and Sunday. The weekend program included some vaudeville, and the admission fee was 10 cents. The Allen-Scott Report To Probe Methods of Rigging WASHINGTON - A potential- y sensational bombshell is be- want these records to press mul-1 manufacturers on price-rigging, ti-million dollar claims against I Hodges has asked a group of ed- I hind that investigation Sen. Estesithe convicted corporations. ucators and businessmen to as- Kefauver is opening later this: Jn a ]etter to A ttorney General sist nim - and at a conference week of exactly how prices wereiKennedy Kefauver explained' • itold tnom - " Tne President and ferent parts of the world. The Antiquities BUI Obstacle West as vet has furnished no an-: •*• As President Kennedy and British Prime Minister Macmillan complete their conferences in Washington, one factor becomes apparent. They announce they have reached material agreement over just about everything but Red China's demand for admission to the United Nations. On this exception, one government official said, there was "good understanding." Currently, however, the Red Chinese admission to the U. N. may well be the most important factor to be agreed upon. If the two had announced agreement on this question, it would be pretty evident that Mr. Kennedv had withdrawn future objec- tions to Peiping's entry into U. N., since Britain has just about come out for that course. The trouble in Laos mav well be a new jWest as yet has furnished no an-; iswer to this. victed and find on such charges. j Kefauver has authoritative in- In this session of our state legis- ers is — that much information formation the indictment of a! high official of one of these firms) witnesses and the documents used commandments. Our aim it a Several nations that should be | a ture the "antio^iities bill" has on prehistoric Indian life is being ii«^ ,.^ t h ti,_ i« M f —~ »„!——» ! with the West are tolerant- referred to as neutralist or campaign by Red China to force its way into j 'uncommitted" when the truth is< been introduced. I am certainly sorry tliat destroyed by irresponsible per(sons seeking artifacts of the In- tl. N. by convincing opponents that some way must be developed for dealing with her. Currently the West has had to deal with Red China's Laos incursions in a completely round about way at which we are still merely grasping. However, it would be diffkult to see much advantage in dealing with China within the U. N. if our efforts to reach understandings with Russia through that organization are anv criterion. a life-and-death struggle is going I complete reprint of this bill can-j One must admjt this is true to a i on that makes it dangerous to per| mit any power to remain aloof ' and play one side against the other for material advantage. j Khrushchev smiles with satisfac- not be given in this letter. i certain extent. However—it has Why this antiquities law to re-1 not reached a danger point. Dr. tard progress in our state forj Warren L - wittrv - curator of an- 'thopology at the State Museum, who will cause they have been so heI P was mysteriously quashed out explanation or announcement.] Who and what was for this extraordinary backstage; statement of the philosophy of 'government." uncover why thej President Kennedy's approval laws were htstflfldent i °k the establishment of, a fcer- 3 prevent this conspiracy." jmanent industrial and tschnoto- Kefauver also pointed out that -!^ 90 per cent of Illinois land dig into it thoroughly action is still unknown. But Ke- j "identical bidding" is continuing, fauver has conclusive evidence | "Despite the recent convio- that the indictment was secrete- tic >na," he wrote, "numerous rely quashed, and he proposes to liable reports have reached me that identical bidding is contin- Drew Pearson's Merry-Go-Round Kennedy-Macmillan Relationship there is ridicule in high placesj^™ or burjal ^ ta :now for the Dulles truism -1 excavatio ,f s for improve menta? If you re not for us, you are lagainst us " Should this bill become a law, it says you must stop all operations and immediately notify a (five-man board, consisting of four and one amateur (has not been explored. From this! Witnesses already have beeni"ing In me electrical industry, must gather the i subpoenaed to testify about this Manifestly, something is very statement one '«* only 10 per cent of archaeo- Meanwhile, all over the West: (the Communists are getting the I benefit of the pressure for a nu-, , . , i . . u t j- iprofessiona c ear-test ban or for disarma-r . , . jment. The pacifists, the gullible i I archaeologist chosen by the gov- ,and the ill-informed among us arei iernor of Illinois. Your report will; plored in a period of 200 years. W. L. WADLOW Bunker Hill And How IT Grew on a Dlatfnrm that' 06 considered and passed on byi It j s to be hoped Congress won't platform that;._ _„, _, m _ , vhn ^^ ^ King . Kennedy . Coh€n (crusading, *,.. „ ,,.„,.„.... """I[these board members, realistically be described "disarm the West but not Rusv ... „,, . , i versities. This pi in public hearings. Further, the Tennessee antimonopoly crusader isn't the only one interested in the mystery. Attorney General Robert Kennedy also is looking into it. At his orders, the matter has been laid before a Philadelphia grand jury for full airing and re- tions from large companies^ So far more than 50 have signified intention to sign up in this iwn- profit undertaking headed by William T. Reed, of Standard Oil of Indiana. wrong somewhere, either withj Tnder Scrutiny the law or its enforcement." ! u - s - authorities are watching A New Approach i closely the frequent trips to New ;York by Sergei Kudriatsev, So- New Approach Commerce Secretary L u t h e r j Hodges is writing a "statement! viet Ambassador to Cuba. ° f u*ll I ""' plan now before it. This bill only covers those who are over 65 and eligible for It was a Philadelphia grand jury that originally indicted the j of ethics" for concerns doing busi- i Thc Red diplomat has been ness with the government. Presi-1 f ' ommutin K between Havana and dent Kennedy personally gave| New Yoi ' k v ' a Mexico City. the former North Carolina gov-' His most recent trip was late ernor this job as an aftermath'last month when he spent a week of the conviction of 29 electrical I pow-wowing with Russian Foi 1 - but it S0dal securit y or ra'lroad retire- to j ai i a f te r pleading guilty electric company officials, 14 of whom were fined an'l sentenced to WASHINGTON — President prod immigration agents and born in Tunis, was deported tol s j a _ or stop America and „.*,. . .. Kennedy and Prime Minister Mac- Justice Department authorities for Guatemala, sometimes called a: We .st from using nuclear bombs,' 0 .T° a , m , millan got along far better during ^ Jmm was wnjsked satellite of the United States un- bu t let Russia keep on armtag^ 8 * nis ^Jj , their Washington conferences last ~ ' , der unusual circumstances, this with nuclear weapons." ; someone to investigate, week than they did during their ° ff to , 7'?, m ,1,T nrnh" ^T" endeavored , to ,. peach hlm , Nobody, of course, in any re-^^Se? do™ 1^7 you miUion who are over 65 ' but not i For Kefauver's probe, including "" first meeting at Key West. At that der unusual circumstances, prob- on the overseas telephone. : , w * mon of , eadersh ^ p in'?' 80 , *™£"* f™ " ^ y ^covered under these programs. | tne secretly-quashed Indictmr- lplea time. Kennedy was irked at Brit- ably not m keeping with the laws Marcello was Mt easyjo find.;,he west agrees with the doctrines^",. " 0 JJ w-hen this appointed Yet the social security payroll!he is seeking the proceedings Pru yer jeign Minister Gromyko at the ! United Nations. Sinoe the first I of the year, Kudriatsev has made _. ,, , , . ,. , . . .'at least five visits to New York, payments. It omits the 5|numerous charges of "price-fixing.!,,° ^ ^°^\f^ } M bv ^ of M«"™ ish aloofness in Laos and Mac millan's desire at first to let the States, column had something to Bui when finally located in a O f (hose who want a disarma-j P elson :tax will be raised. It could be United States go it alone in thai do wj(h , he (irst reve ] ations re . agreed to answer questions. In Southeast Asian kingdom. Raiding the operations of Car- Louisiana drawl, he told about I can cheat. But there are many factions inside Britain and the __ . .__ .... United States who feel that any conciled and Macmillan, after i v as Oct. 12, 1950, well betore lion of f'^als to a waiting, four-1 nuclear-ban agreement is better some blunt talking from the , ne Kefauver crime probe, that e "8" le P lane oulside New Orleans, than none. citv hote! > Marcello :men t agreement in which RussiaT en ' ' .;increased to 20 per cent. Remem- nswer ouestions. In a;,^,,, ^h=oi n.,t »u«,^ .,..« ^,o«., But ~~ " " oes sa y y° u mu31 . __ . t , But once that difference was re- | 0 s Marcello. For it was as ear- bei "S hustled by U.S. immigra- not continue the job until per- ber, our income taxes rose from is granted; that should : virtual 'y nothinr ?, whole emphasis is the West, though i in the on 1 mission you do so, you will be penalized, ithe maximum penalty being a '$1,000 fine and 30 days in jail. the original grand jury. Whether he gets them depends in a large measure on a coming ruling by a federal , give us wisdom to dis- nagp —^* "^ f ° r CSpi(> - behveen satisfactions su-; As Sovjrt AmbaS8ndor to & and fleeting, and joys ada h(l ^ dpepjy imp , jca(ed an forth- Prone we are to deceive ourselv-s Wol . lf , W;(1 . „ an(J at dis- f nd to te dece « v «J- tnat we PrayiSiibsoqHf.ntlv. wherever he has FREDJ. MILLER, lirict judge in Philadelphia on jfo'- ™urage and. honesty to prove served hp ^ bem c A dozen nations, Supporters and sponsors of this' United States, Austral ! state universities, our state mu-jsia, are participating in a four- young president, finally agreed this writer published the fact, "They had the plane already! The to cooperate — with British troops that Marcello was one of the lead- started when we arrived," he if necessary — the two leaders ;ers o f the Mafia, had been in said. ol the English-speaking world got trouble over income taxes, and He had called at the New Or-;aware lhat this is so. Still dem- along famously. was active in peddling mari- leans immigration office for a onsiration after demonstration'^ eunv , . some , i ant \t; * t In Washington, tuo ol the most juana. routine visit when he was con-1 occurs in this country and Europe ^ s ^ . bein L K ' Wn . b ^ pl : ml ^^ a ^ f0 ^ SC ' entiflC ^^: important discussions centered Despite this, Marcello still regn- fronted with the notice that Gua- calling for an end to nuclear:' around the atomic bomb and the ed relatively supreme in Jeffer-jtemala had accepted him. He pro- tests, while nothing like this is question ol West European soli-'son Parish just outside New'tested that he wasn't born in happening inside the Soviet Un- parity. Orleans. , Guatemala and asked to se-> ion. In fact, even if there were On the first point, Kennedy urg- other revelations in this column nis ' awve1 ' wno liad accompanied an agreement to ban nuclear tests,! . ILR, irict juge in Phiaepa on . serve p em Jerseyvillei similar requests by California i". 1 . th ' n . gs . a " d *V hol f fn8ton > n : watched as a spy leader. P «" d Minnesota. The two states ! fU . 1at whlch ls . «**• ^f ad " s . m ! In Cuba, other foreign dlplo- e| ________ _ _ _____ ___ ithe way everlasting, through Je-i t mnKirim- hiw, h- n • *v. a,! Congress and the Maryland jsus Christ. Amen. ! IT That ^ ia n« K *1 ' ° the »"««ropotagtaui of our: France. Britain, Japan and Rus-jand Delaware legislatures have^Paul S. Wright, minister, Firs. | About the House Antwtr to ACMHM IChalroriofa ed that the United States be the continued in 1952. 19M. 1955, and him to the office. The attorney, it wouldn't mean that the use of, iB<> o ra entrHH» nnnipar nower for the free 1959. phil 'P Smitn - w « s permitted tojnuclear weapons would be ban-1 »Sloping pi** 4JOUTIMM nuclear power for the free 1959 world. He told the British prime However, 111 IMtJI lUlcill tar-MJ MMWUJkJ MIII ii-j i Jin i « ^t 11 111 fJHU the constitutional minister that otherwise the world guarantees of the United States would have 15 different nations are ex p)j c jt and cannot be vio with their fingers on the trigger, laled ^ ^Mw wno tne mm-.clothes," Marcello asked*. "It's on and, with every new nation add- inal And when M arce ij O) though tne wa y lo lne a»"POrt." ed, the risk oi nuclear war would —, . . The immigratiun officers re- be increased. » i. r-« • T> i i agreed to this in AUonEvenuigTeIe{fra|ih ride to the airport but wasn't al- ned or tliat the nuclear stockpile! lowed out of the car. "1 would like to get would be affected. All that would! : some haPP*" ' s tnat the West would IBLoratlra. have to stop experimenting toi 7 Smell • Muejcil passed acts approving restoration of the Mason' markers through states. Unc those two Presbyterian Church, Portland, Oregon. (© 1961 by the Division of Christian Education. National Council of the Church** of Christ In the U. S. A.) v's frequen City, which intelligence has long charged is a focal point of Red spies. (Q 1961, Th« Hall Syndicate, m«.) LJUI 1W 10 Of a period 11 Conlndict 14 SUge whiipwa I 1l1l-JM( < L-lkJC-1 U(ll -II 11 1 any law, agreement . Macmillan agreed to this in e • * " r- »i- .. They uou)an ' t even , aUc to wou!d v £f principle, but pointed out to Ken- pubiibhed pally by Alton Telegraph me," Marcello complained. they made. nedy that the Prestige d Britain B . P couslEY lll ?u D bii.hw At the ai '1» rt ' Smith printed H ow long can the United Slates, wa^ at stak, tnat he had ^in-c and fcdltor lor a phone as «on as he was,Britain and France maintain L.^e 13 try o £?*£', no, 9 cc e p,e d m ,ow-.i'|" 0 *««"« of the car. But before : ,hei,. respective policies of giving tnai ne wouia ir> 10 wm» »io« 8iwhere C8rrler del|very „ av «ii«w«.lhe could contact higher immi- moie e»onomk assistance to Kennedy's general idea. iu'bSrfpui^wM^nu'weikfvl^*"* ™«h°'i U<J «. , he p i ane ha d .. nPU(ra | lstir? H ow long will «h- Regarding West European soli- by carrier by mail no a year in roared oil. S3 Rotten 34 Impudent 25 Above •1 Studies in Uw boui* 1 Appointments JW Ww*if 9v UN) deliverertt* thebouM 98 Cut 40 Parti of ftowtn 48 Pronounefr nwnti 48 Anoint 46 Cloy 47Pr«potttfa>o 4aV«iMl COWing MIRROR OF YOUR MIND * J081W " usually outscore girls. This if attributed to more dull boys than 'dull girls quitting high school and going to work, leaving the.more intelligent boys.Jo take the tpats. Actually each/sex has w*ai in which'it Is more intVUigsnt; girls in manipulating people to,«chteve their goals; boys hi waniiiulating instruments and physical objects. 82 Rim 64 Born darity and economic nvalry between the so-called outer seven and the inner six. Kennedy told Macmillan that the free world needs to have unity and solidarity between England and its continental allies. To this, the Brit ish prime minister replied, in el feet: the pout office > of Congre**. i U'cst see the United Nations dom- M«J|! Except lor three immigration!mated by the votes of the kinall * ct 'official*, Marcello was the only countries? How long can treason i passenger in the huge plane, against the U.N. in The Congo i Again lie was given the silent by the Soviets be toleiated? Sim MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ihe Asbociated Press is exc!uM\eH treatment. "They had orders tliat papei and to me local Agreed, but the United Slates : >»"*d herein. coulcln l even talk," he said, then Jadded: "On* guy ol/ered me pub•;cup oi collre." Upon landing at Guatemala ! ilar acis of treason occurred when lhe> i I IIP Soviet intervened against the, cannot tell us from the outside MEMBER^ THE AUDIT BUREAU .City, he was turned over to a mys- ultiriuL later identified as .i ,- f ,-H .-, ,« h- s in»«« information-on appllcaiioo a.' A " IOm " BaUOB - SecOnd '" oo, tiien tne tmtea Mate* n«s if>j lhe reiegroph busine»» office iiijcommand ol the Guatemalan air ,„,., II1C . . Then the empty plane turn- New York ed aiourui and headed back to the what ue are to do. II the United OF CIBCULATION States wants to tell US What to local Advertising Rmts and Con fj o j with US. HuceUa UB the Carlos Marcello, the under- •orld (igvue vkho ha« outouuMUv- Alton. td*t Bioadwav Adveri!si!)(j Jobu Budd Company Chicago Detroit Atlanta New Orisons San Francitco. I o» United States. <C itkil Bell byndicil* lot} U.N. loivcs in Korea. As lonj^ as the Moscosv government (eels that the West is timid and irresolute, the world will face a growing danger ol \vax Nothing in I lie M&cmillaN-Kenne- dy statement served ttw purpose of warning Khrushchev as to what must be required of him and his cohorts to danger of war. istel, NY remove the Tribune, Inc > taGrovfofM* 63MiUUnrs44r«M Are tame people proud of abk0ntnilndednek«f Ankuer: Yes. probably because they think it infers that they are preoccupied with weighty mal- lei-!!. Stories about absent-minded persons »re often amusing, but abhenl - minded people seldom are. They are lacking in mental discipline, interrupt conversations with inane remarks, ask stupid questions, and give disorganized replies. Such an individual may idly wonder if he ted the cat while his employer is djucmging Do glrto have I.Q.'s loan bays? Is psychotherapy well standardised? Aiwwer: It is not standardised at all. Dr. E. M. Weinobel recently pointed out In California Medicine that psychotherapy i* a group o| techniques based on much thofftleal knowledge, ' l»t a rigidly p*'£|0{ art th»t wwks in | {t^ctae manner. He described it as "an extremely flexible, flukl series ol 19 grade school, gifts technical pwedywg which must to qporf hlghar qp l.Q. tests be varied, aot onjy for dUlafvot the merits of a' n»wly propowi ten bays, due to their earlier patients... but also for company policy. maturity. In hi«b school, boys psychotberapwU."

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