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EDITORIALS Sfofe Legislators Rep/y-2 (Editor's Note: A number of state se nators and representatives have prepared a rebuttal to a recent "state of the Stale" address by Governor Jimmie Davis. Since area television stations refused to give the legislators equal time for their answer to the governor, the legislators' address, delivered Tuesday night by Rep. Joe Cooper of DeSoto parish, is reproduced here as a public service. This is the second and concluding installment of the speech.) The governor made several commission decision, the usual thai there will he $12 million a criticisms of the rode of ethics rules of court procedure \v n u 1 d , year less in revenue available foj bill, most of them directed at the prevail and the accuser would ! finance the state's recurring op-: hill as introduced. 1 am going to have to testify in open court, as- erations. j take his criticisms one by one suminp the case went to. trial, and give you the truth of the bill. He said'. "It would have permit- W€W I QFK led fines up to $10,000 for viola- ^ t tions of its provisions." The bill 50/Cr would havepennfUriIfines up <to ^ fl{ $10.000 if the COURTS such commission such powers. T Th ;«£ rf iSEr «»n«l {OT lt » boa** °f e *ics of amounts. The code of ethics ^ gw y ^ £j tv . .<j am /teij Bn » e d lission would have nao no . , . _ .. ^. . . .. ? . What Governor Said About Bill He said. "It would have dis- to state that our code of ethics is working very effectively. There are approximately 250.000 employees who work for New York City, and the overwhelming number are certainly honest, decent and conscientious. "I believe this is emphatically pensed with the legislature. true abou , ai | public emp i oyees throueh its powers to make rules in all levels of government, T h e having the effect of law." The code of ethics hns worked ex- wou,d have been *, [jemely ,e,,and we.e^^of make rules and j |iu yi c S ) an( j art j s In thp midst of this financial I crisis the governor had the au-' dacity to begin conslruction of a I million dollar mansion, which in- j eludes two bomb shelters and 18' bathrooms. i Why didn't the governor reveal I these things while he was delivering his fireside message to you? Why Re/use To Invest funds? Knowing this to be a reality and not a financial dream, how could a chief executive, responsible to people refuse to invest idle which would bring in en authority to regulations, all of which would, f „ , rf ^ promised economy and efficiency code a nd "related laws ki " a hi " xvllich wnuld have crp of course. havP in c o n f n r m to were signed bv the mavnr of our * le f a ccn ' rali ^ purchasing and tho proposed case which ••-'•' : "'•« •"•* «- "" -> "- •'- hudsetary r ° ntrnl ° VPr a11 state have been in the constitution. Any nile or regulation different to the language of the code would have would city and the governor of the slate in ™- The respective enacl- rule or reeulation different to the; ™ nls f "f ived lhe "nanirnm,* vote of the city council and the ' ' agencies and would have saved the state manv millions of dollars JAMBALAYA been of no effect. If there was a slate legislature, dispute as to whether a rule went beyond the code, the COURTS would have had to give a ruling. (PG. 21 >. Code Lauded For Fairness When Headache Strikes . PEARSON SAYS Responsibility Claim Argued How could the chief executive, "Since then, not one legislator responsible for the state's finan- in the stale or city has regretted c ial condition, refuse to make his action or has made any state- public to the people the amount of ment except in approval of our money on hand, an inventory of cod JL property and assets, and a cen- 'There are five county dis- tral listing of state employees? trict attorneys, two United States HOW could the chief executive Pity Our Poor Taxpayers! Cooler Tempers THE WOULD SEEMS to be evenly divided among those who view with alarm and those who point With pride. Not a day passes except that someone points out how the moral fibers of the world are sagging, and that it won't be long before we all fall into the pit. Nor does a day pas. c without someone taking thfl lime to point out that we are living in a time of great progress and greater achievement. This is the time to be alive, and all that. Today, it would seem, the optimists have the floor for at least one instance. Air conditioning seems to be making the world an easier if not a more moral place m which to live. 1 Lake Charles police, for example, have long noticed that minor crimes and squabbles—assaults and fights—become more numerous during sieges of hot weather. More wives are inclined to boff their spouses over the head with the skillet. More husbands are inclined to bounce a stiff left jab off the chin of friend wife. Friends are apt to snarl at each other, and enemies are apt to draw knives and/or razors. * * * THIS IS THE WAY IT ONCE WAS. During the recent heat wave earlier this month, however, there seems to have been no corresponding increases in such episodes of deviltry. Things were more quiet than usual in our city. What'brought this about? There are a couple of theories prevalent. One is that it was too hot. This school of thought figures that, the heat, by reaching such heights'over such an extended period of time, acted as a soporific. Instead of jangling nerves, it was so hot that nerves became deadened. People just, didn't have the energy to fight— or to do anything else. The other school of thought places the quiet period at the door of air conditioning. It was loo hot to stir outside, so people remained indoors. And, since the indoors generally was air-conditioned, the nerves usually frayed by heat remained un- stimulated, and people were amiable rather than irascible. An interesting theory. By JACK ANDERSON He said, "Members of the com mission would have been respon sible to is not true. Members ot the com- • investigation in our city. With due; and responsibility use every pos mission would be subject to being modesty. I can say that each has : sible means at his command and addressed out of office by the at various times lauded the code bend every influence at his dis- > no one!" This statemenl i attorneys, a city commissioner of j n the -name of good government :rue. Members of the com- i investigation in our city. With due; and responsibility use everv pos- (Copyright. 1962, by the Bell Syndicate) (Editor's Note: Drew Pearson Is on a news tour of European trouble spots. In his ab- rest over to Ward who credited dryly. "The result was a croc-o'- it to Wickersham's account. baloney. Another of Ward's employes, * * * Glenna Cantrell, collected $745.73 Itt. HOMER A. JACK, WHO legislature, just as other commis- ] of ethics for its fairness to the . posal to "defeat aVilf of" good con- scncc ' his column is writt ™ b J' hi * assoclate> Jack Anderson.) Claims Attempt To Hide Bill sion members are at present. The people and the public servant. duct, honesty, and dignity? procedure for appointment was' "Many stales and municipali- the very same that is used for '' lies have made or are making civil service, the New Orleans! studies of the subject and have dock board, and some other | been impressed with the way our boards. ! code has worked. There is not a The Governor said of the com- single instance of even one public mission, "This court of no resort official who has been harmed or the "governor was praising and at : pastime, could have rendered decisions damaged - because we have en- the same tjme defendinR in hi not appealable lo any olher deavorerl to apply the code fairly * * court on the basis of facl. U would and equitably, have usurped lhe authority of ev- ,..,,,. Helpful ONE ASPECT OF CRIME, however, air conditioning has not changed. Neither has television. The great majority of crimes are still committed at night. The cover of darkness is still the best atmosphere for rom the taxpayers m 1959 to pay dared to denounce Soviet nuclear th burglar the house-breaker and for certain of the so- Ihe printing bills of congressman tests in front of a hostile Moscow. „ ,< , ,,° . ' c , n ^^ cinn •> John Brademas. Indiana D e m o- multitude, wandered one day in- caller H crimes ot passion. , 1 ,:,v, nil t :i. -rim-c crat; received another $429.50 in to the Moscow suburbs He! 4Th e daylight of course, is not without its crimes, government pay in 1960 to pay , sought directions from two Rus- ] particularly shoplifting, bogus check passing and con!he r-hting bills of Congressman sian youths who s:amed to under- fidence games." WASHINGTON. - AMONG Frank Becker, New York Repub- stand English. Every city has its "night people' and its day peo- congressmen who know how to lican. | They agreed to show him the: pie. 1 ' The larger the city, the more evenly divided they squeeze the green ink out of a Yet this is only one way con- , wav - For awhile, they walked in are. buck payroll juggling has be- gressrnen have discovered to beat silence, then one broke the con- One of the odd things about New York to the visitor The recci fl administration which come a P°P ular and profitable add the cosl of living. versalional ice. f rom the hinterlands is the city's night life. There is "Do you dig Ginsberg?' he I10 thine strange about seeing people pushing grocery n K s P I T K DIFFERENCES blurted. carts throufih supermarkets around midnight. Several have stretched their over an immediate tax cut and ™ K — ror me oenelit ol un- Lake Charles on the other hand is still small samp , $2,500 annual salaries 'plus an- shorter work week. President. Ken- enlightened readers who may not . . ., ery district, attorney, every grand jury, lhe legislature, and the executive branch." Appeals Based ' 'Law To the Employee ..,.,,.., , , - . . - , oharn HiffWpntiatinn hptu/PPn Ihp Iwn one which in the closmg hours of olhcr estimalcd ($17 5no „ frj nedy inviled , abo| . lcaders lo the dig G i n s b e r g. he's a beatnik 2pnOUgh J, 0 ' R r3 », ™ P "?' ""' e " ^^"^^HpJ f hv in n rn the session, took a legally passed nencfilsl bv nuttinc re i at j v p s on White House the other dav to ask American poet whose most quot- Ryan and Broad streets aie almost deserted by 10 p.m., document an officially passed bill fa " their suort In the comin on «i work is called "Howl!!" H i si and after the movies close and the movie crowds wend full name is Allen Ginsberg. which belonged lo the people of this stale, and advised an assist- ther support In the coming on l leasl 2 4 congressmen's wives grcssional elections. are drawing generous government AFL-CIO boss George M e a n y Ladies and gentlemen, here is the truth of the bill. As originally inlroduced, the bill provided for appeals to lhe courls on the basis of law only, which is a common practice for commissions of Ihis type. II was amended , I . f .. . . cut uiav\ui£ £;t;iii:iuua guvci umtjiu *»» " v>ivx •-•VJUL-T v.^\/.fi 9 "in addition lo our citv code. Si] te^^rito^^ Mlaric '' inc ' uding , Harlem C ° "' ^ KCn " Cdy "^ the stale of New York also has S Hi? ^u^ll^™!^ . grcssman Adam Claylon Powell's a code of ethics 'Sections 73 74 of the Public Officers of "We have found the code to be corted to the senate. MIDDLEWEIGHT B 0 X ING a guide and help to the preplexed .. . - fc.wamai, «uc,,,, ^.^..u,, , uwcu o "We disagree with you on many, champ Gene Fullmer s manager, alter an alert representative ; gi arn0 rous wife, Yvetle Florcs ; things, Mr. President." s a i d j Marv Jenson, decided the last thai the state troopers' wno collected over $1,000 a month Meany. "This is the American minute to file for commissioner or the sergeanl at arms find this | f rom ^ taxpayers while she way." °f Salt Lake counly, Utah, clerk, was he found hiding in the! waited out ner pregDanC y on a Then, chuckling, he added: "Of With only minutes to spare, he darkness of lhe corridor and es- j p ue rlo Rican beach i course, I also disagree wilh my i leaped into his car and starled wife quile frequenlly. Yet I have for the registration office. But the their way home, anyone loitering about the streets immediately becomes an object of suspicion. In this aspect, at least, Lake Charles is still a small town. public employee who sincerely Public " Ul ft wished to do the right Ihing. It is To Be Judge In his eagerness to kill the un- But a few Ingenious congress- no intention of leaving her." men have come up with some re- * * * finemenls in payroll manipula- i\ ONE OF THE PENTA- gas tank registered empty. He pulled into the corner gas station near his home in West _______ ..... _______ _______ ..... ... tions. The latest: they pay their gon - s mos t secret rooms, Secre- Jordan. All the attendants were private printing bills by putting t nr y of Defense Robert McNa- tied up servicing three other cars. THE WORLD TODAY ... - - - - - __ .j.-i-i r - ' - - '~ Going in Circles By JAMES MARLOW Associated Press News Analyst Authorities Not Impaired o in cing ressman F r an k Nev Repu^can ' c | av lo a briefing on " "«"«» io " of "rfakly WASHINGTON <AP> - Ameri- in their pro- ban- Ihe prinler or one of his employes lnara listened solemnly lhe other i In desperation, he drove up to research' a vacant pump and started fill his own tank. But the pump went cans and 1 dry after trickling out barely p 0 sals is Congressman Frank ficicnl aidcs had dclivcrcd their nine cents worth of gas. i , ling nuclcar tcsts are Hke two v™ "'" u -™< »«"«"• "'" g fl * d " k reports, an unimpressed subordi- After he finally got the t a n k' mc 5 wilh an end cs , supply of **>v.et record and played it over • J again—a demand for a ban on all in judiciary "A" committee of the ; a warning to the dishonest who house to make appeals based on ; seek a personal gain at public ex- law and fact. ! pense." It further staled lhal all final Now this my friends is the sinis- classified employees bill and lhe ' on governmenl salary, decisions or orders rendered by ter legislation referred to by Gov- code of ethics bin 1 , not a stone was ' h h j- - lhe commission shall be appeal- ernor Davis in h 's recent TV ap- left unturned by the governor and ; W Discovered t n i s able to the courts. This provision pearance. his co-workers, was fitted into present civil serv- ., _ .. ; He concluded his remarks by icp law to also allow appeals to flUge UetlCIl j saying that no one was more con- wholronically ownt'conU-'oi'li'neTn- natp broke in lo anmiunce an im - mled - he wheeled through chaotic h 'alioons*in a shooting gallery. the civ,! service commission. K, kA on +'. nna J ! cerncd lhan h « was about what terest in the Detrov-Rergcn print- I 10 , rt ;! nt breakthrough at Stanford, traffic and reached the rcgistra- rVOl /V\enilOnea \ hislory would write concerning his ing plant in Teterbnro N J Iheyve crossed a crocodile lion office seconds before the fil- adminislration. , ' and an abalone." he reported ing deadline. In praising himself for reduc- My friends, the pages of history Bul rather lhan Icl his own shop — ~ inp the budget and presenting a nave a | rca d y recor ded that this I do his printing, he finds il cheap- e year that is lower administration stands indicted by i er to S ive nis Business to \Vash- r before, the gover- j ts own deeds _ nol nv an words i ington prinler Tom Lankford, and or anv other official wa« im- ," or faile( | l()1mcnlionu tne $in mil ', of mine. The r e c o r d has been!'" P a X l"« bill by pulling Lank« • i inrLai T nrm.Mn i in j llon 8Ul 'P lus lcfl In lhe slalc R 6 "'' w r i 11 e n for all to see and l '•<>'&'» ° ff 'ce supervisor, Laura 1 / • f K' urfs^ ' ' ei i al fUnd ^ ^ P^vious admin- ^'/udg'menl'rf public o^'J Is ' SeUner, on Ihe federal payroll. X/Ciri^C HV me (.ouris. islration and the $73 million de- nnw at hanri * * * w Wl IW<iJ *J J The governor said. H con- fjcil he created now at nand. MICS Rlj<IIVI , n wna ^ / This was suggested as the first slep in a slep-by-slep ban on all lesls, including underground ones. Russia promptly denounced the it. Khrushchev got out thu j budget for Therefore, no authority of a n y (han |he vcai r neforc . thp Kovpr . district attorney, any grand jury, - -- •' - - YOUR HEALTH lained no provision for an ac- . cused to be able to meet his ac-1 ln lwo >' ears o{ hls leadership cuser." The commission w o u 1 d ! ne s P ent 'he $10 million which he; have been "empowered to prose- inherited and voted $200 million! MISS SELLNER WORKS Time to Stop cute on the basis of gossip, rumor, and innuendo." Wfiof the Bill Actually Said in bonded debt on the people. In the 1960 session a $60 million!, \ M ™e now, more than ever i full lime for Lankford, bul draws By Dr . Theodore R. Van Dellen > lination season is over. If there $301.51 a month from the taxpay- is a continuation o! nasal conges- ers. Since this handy arrangement (Copyright 1962: By The Chicago tion sneez j n g, an d red swollen 1_ : _ ti^^n _i__ i. _ __n_ . ! rn^. :U..«« \ ' ° | eyelids — blame dust, the family kinds of tests everywhere—ami When one gets shot down, suggested thai under the Amen- they're not surprised. They send t . an proposa i 8 j t wouldn't be all up another. They've been doing righl to [f>Rt )CM lhan 3l mi , M it for years. The Unilcd States up but would he all righl lo blast is about to send up another. O ff at 50 This time, an authorilalive source here said Tuesday, the Uniled Stales is ready lo propose a ban on nuclear lesls in lhe atmosphere. This oughl lo pop fasl. since the Russians have already derided such an idea. u • i >nu jj i . L . " e ™ d "°, rhen suddenly last " 831ll ? 0 ", sh American au- S?"^ h i K K ™ lunt f y ban a " d announced Russia . • . All the maneuvering between a ^' d bcgm lcstlng ' ll dld ' the two powers is based on what; „, and bond issue for the building com- i before> L 0 " 1313 ™ must W* driftmission: in the 1961 session a $60 < ln S Wlth the Ude - rt must curb lm million highway bond issue (pro- ' n '°P er and unv y ise excise of i . ' mini)/* rw^\ir£»f onrl mini in ftinrlc? Tf Here is what on this bill quote posed iin ' u: constitution amendment); P"bl« power and public funds. It recent session a _ : must rise above the concept of - ,u lion stale deficit bond i ss u e; i Sovernment by a few, for a few' man s' account at the Lank- Man * P e °P le think of ^ ^ lerms of ragweed because Ihe *" , ^ T^", months hter e cycle be- so often J The United state says , t majority of victims are bothered 8 in f a 2 ai "' with tree and grass disarmament-including a ban on by Ihe pollen of this planl. B u t' P°" en in t" e soulh, southwest, and —i— *--!- i...^ •... . ford print shop. Congressman William Cramer, many persons are allergic to the southern California. nuclear tesls— bul in a world as sinful as Ihis one il wants to be ' ^ - Russians ' a bility to resume * fasl meant they had been preparing for months. Khrushchev's excuse was that Russia couldn't let the United States develop nuclear superior}* agin in thl reccnl scssion a * 2 ° lines 15 through 21: "Complaints dK .?." '" in ' s Icccni sesslon a ^° mav nrieinati. in I h P fnllowinP m ! lllon bond lssue for P r i v a I e of all. Florida Republican, sends his pollen of trees and grasses. The Dr. Van Dellen will answer: sure Ihere's no chealing. So il in- prinling lo a commercial firm difference lies in the liming. Rag- questions on medical topics if a sisls on an inspection system to ngmate 111 the lOllOWing •—•••- - •'" v • ' • » ^ Hf.Hir.al^d Ip0i«lalnn; anrl all Ihp ! , , r " «••»-• " _ — -•- i--' • -....-....-.,.<, v..v. u ^«. ...^ ^,..v.o »«., H.UJT vYauu ••• Anv nnalifipH i>\M-tn,- n! '• scnools ' a proposed constitutional ueuiLdieu H-giMdioih diiu an me i w ,f ei (; aro i, ne Baron, on the gov- whereas other plants do their TOMORROW' New habits afl- armament—including a ban . run ijuamicu CTIICUJI ui • j mm «, , DCODle WHO SUDDOfted and Worked i „!! f,._ »i tit <IA I,,.,„-,„!.:..,. :., iu» :-„ .,«J ««« . . ..' . 1 .-_i_ u... .1 , may originate in manner Louisiana may file W R 1 TT E N complaints with the commission. The complaint shall be SIGNED by the person tiling it, and such prison MUST BK WILLING TO APPKAR before the commission in private and public hearings to testify." Rules of Court Would Prevail Now docs that sound like prose-! cution on the basis of gossip, rumor, or innuendo? If there was an appeal to the courts from lhe called Art Press. In 1958, he paid weed usually pollinates at I h i s slamped, self-addressed envelope in defense of Ihese, n j s bj]i s by pulling lhe owner's lime of lhe year in the midwest i is enclosed. make sure. The Soviets say they want dis- amendment J/2 Million Annual Interest our8lale; ] believe the future effect of these bond issues will add groat ly " urr lo our financial problems of the state since the moncv that might.'?" 1JUI biaip ; otherwise he used lo finance the lhe confldence operation of the slate will he needed lo pay off the bonded debt. The principal and interest payments for 25 year bonds totaling people who supported and worked ernmenl payroll for $1,174.24. lovemaking in lhe spring and ear- hard lo try to bring aboul belter, Tnen in 1959 Cramer arranged ly summer, government in Louisiana, we are! for the owner himse | f| Carl Bar . ^ h feyer . ob , em va| . je£;! not the hostile revolutionists the on> to draw a government salary. in different parts of the country governor would lead you to be-; To dale> Baron has col | ecled $2> . when (RU . ^ 4 maj()r o(fending "^. e ' ... „ , 972.40 from the taxpayers and ap- i rec s, grasses, and weeds under\\e, too, learned a great deal at p | ie d it against Cramer's printing go pollination. There is no area •- -;»lhers knee: we are proud m *. in the nation where all of them heritage: we love and che,: „„ , ne (jm , G| . asst , d trees grow in some regions, for example, bul nol ragweed. This is important to know when the physician is asked by a lo find er a heart attack. HUNGRY HUSBAND on hope lo restore our stale. State's Image Must Be Raised 4200 million will run approximately ' W e hope to raise ils image in $12 miBion a year. JThisjneans the eyes of the people and the na- AiiriKT « io<7 i L ru i A • D we want to help H to ., AUGUST 23, 1962, Uke Cnqrles American Press ; strong economically and morally Lake Charles American Press SIXTY-SIXTH YEAR Congressman K. Y. Berry. South' lrces f°* „ , , „ ii , i • ir ovamnlp h Dakota Republican, cut himself in on lhe same deal. He likes lo frolh and fume aboul wasling the weight? can Iose r^A~"i fi ^=^^« :9 ^ He quietly paid off Art Press 16 major pollens and the by putting the owner's brother,! ends in November. . u !,„» . ,u,r v,« j. nr ,r. a H Paul Baron, on the public pay, mis means a Florida pbyii- ^ 5 Jl. k wh) ' he topl>Ki and 3T.S s,ar«"So« „ onlj !f» j=»,l « *« !" roll. Congressman i cian a iiiccuia a t-iw»iv»a jy»»jo»- ..._j_ need not tesl his hay fever; 20 P ounds Viclor Wicker-. patient for all 34 pollens; he cam Published Week Day and Sundoy Morning and under God to become a greater stale. I believe wilh all my heart there remains lo our legislature and to the people who e 1 e c I ils I government payroll ° for $425 a Hive to somelhing' thai does not members a responsibility of pres- j month last October and Novem- grow in that stale bul il is ob sham, Oklahoma Democrat,! concentrate on the prevalent 16. | R. K. writes: Our young grand- placed Jerolyn Kingery on the, The individual may even be sens- son accidentally poked a lead _ • . . „ MEMBER AWOCIATED PRESS Th» Aisociolrd Prejs is entitled exclusively lo the ui« (or republlcotion ot oil the locol news printed In this newspaper 05 well as all AP news dispatches. - TELEPHONES Main Otftr.e - Bilbo SI Phone HE 92781 - SUBSCRIPTION RATES By C,arfi»f Pti At** 4ic By Corciti Pn Ytof 12340 Bv 'Aoil In Alle<) BeourtflO'd Colca»i«u, Cointron and Jtilerson twvis oorlihcs Ooi/ Qiid Sundov Per Yeor S17.00; Doily Only, Per rear 110.00; Sunday Only Per Y«w 1740 All olhtr mall per year 123.40. Entered at Lok» Chart** Po*t Oflir* as S«cond Clos» Moll Molitr Act ol Conorti* March 2, U79 I ervalion and improvement. her, $400 a month in December vious there is no need for eon- Immediately President Kennedy and British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan made him a proposition: Lei's ban all tesls which "lake place in the atmosphere nuclear tesls—but they're even i and cause radioactive fallout." more distrustful than the United' This would seem to leave the writes- Mv husband Slales - Tllev sa y inspection is | door open for plenty of atmos- id i«ii iuinnHc ° fw ^ ust an Am^'ican spy trick. They! phcric tesls. so long as they didn't ', produce falloul. Thai's exactly sums up years of talking j what Khrushchev said his inter- the two giants. Back in ; prelqlion was. He wouldn'l buy. 1958, without any formal agree-' lle noted that lhe Kennedy Macmillan proposal didn'l cover a ban on lesls underground or in outer space. He said the solution was complete disarmament. Ha went on lesling in lhe atmosphere. Almost at once the United Slates resumed underground testing, which would indicate it was prepared for just such an event. It wasn't prepared for atmospheric tests and took months to get ready. Then this country, in the spring of 1962, began its tests over the Pacific—firing one at a high altitude on July 9. Not to be outdone, Khrushchev announced Russia would have some more tesls, bul ill feels £1 V^al ,™ 1 ' '!" U " i [ Pd1 *!**' Russia should he do lo regain this and Britain voluntanly agreed lo . Min i,i, j suspend nuclear lesls. Thai lasled three years bul il KepJy We ai'e so accuslomed to think would be gelling ahead of the f H" i! slory to say what ha PP c "cd then oi met because somelhing else happened PENCIL MARK in between times. In 1959—while the voluntary ban was on—the Eisenhower administration proposed a formal ban on nuclear tests in the lower atmosphere — which would be about 31 miles up—and in the sea. ! my head after drinking ice cold pencil into his cheek several' water? weeks ago. The black mark all the point of puncture remains, j This type of'lieadaclie is a form and lesled a e a '" /«.__ .-. t.. .1 1-.! »,.- lm sJn»tA In. nrinrJi ' _ _ **. —••"»•!» n *i - Reply To lhe state and to this end the and January. ccrn because it is not playing a Can anything be done to eradi-' 0 f re [ erre( i p a j n oausc d b y t |,g Then 1 recently lhe linked Stales, foundation has been laid. May we Then he required her to turn-.role. cale it? 'stimulation of certain nerve end- wnile bti " "'sisling on some kind all set our courses in this direc-, over part of the money to printer Furthermore, when sneezing Keply ; j n g s ,„ ( | lc ,. ()0 f Q r tni , mouln ^ , of inspection inside Russia, of- lion and cail upon lhe moral and | Truman Ward lo help pay Wick- continues into December. Ihe pos- Time will lell whether the pig-' tne ne{(1 . f recz j n g * i fered a now niir>loin- to u i han nl.-m. ethical powers of our state, tbal ^ersham's printing bills. sibility of another type of allergen menl will remain in the skin as we might promote all of ils in-' Miss Kingery worked part lime or a" respiratory infection be- a tatloo. Removal is possible via Address inquiries to: Kingery . . . tcrests in the proper light and for Ward, bul received a govern- comes more liekly. surgery or a wire brush, see whether we also in Ihis dayimenl paycheck as an employe of Mosl hay fever sufferers in this: M'E HEADACHK j might not perform something I Wickersham's office. She kept country can expect relief by Sep- t R. (i. writes: Why do 1 develop i worthy lo be remembered. I part o{ lhe money, turned the > tember or October, when the pol-1 pain over niy eyes or on lop of Dr. Theodore R. Van Dellen, Tribune Syndicate, Tribune Tower, Chicago, 111. Ihis lime with fewer inspectors. Russia suid no on lhal one. Now the United Stales is about lo propose an almospheric lesl ban, although Khrushchev has already said no soap on that oat.

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