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. Lennon Is
Lr'? Not*: The followin
jb\ David Kounce appeare
I Washing'on iD.C.) Suuda
Irt-spoken. small-town lav
L: to the Senate last wee!
?urth Carolina has found
L Senator McCarthy's Go\
It Operations Commute
| that while he's not took
la scrap with the Wisconsi
Iran, he certainly won't bad
lot Alton Lennon, Demo
?pointed to the vacancy ere
| the death of Senator Willi
? sounded as if he mean
hold at his first appearanc
Inator McCarthy's full com
I When the chairman aske<
imittee io vote a contemp
I for a reluctant witnes
(his investigating subcom
?Senator Lennon refused t
J he very maiter-of-factly
Iy to wait, of course, to vot<
I until I've read the man'
my." Asked about this later
I It would be_ ridiculous fo
I to vote for a contempt ci
Othout having read ever'
ie previous day. Senato
only a few hours in town
d at his first press con
that he would ask to servi
itor McCarthys investiga
Jtoinmittee^now being boy
V the Democratic minority
'< -'zing un the explosivi
i. he was prepared only t(
he'd like to serve if th<
i return to the committee
tat job can be done by tha
i" tee. he said, "and with
ting such unnecessary pub
<r thing, he doesn't wan
1 > committee he's on taki
advantage of Witnesses. |
t lie would tackle Senator
iv on this score, he said he
lot looking for Ta fight, but ?
I'd be derelict in my duty
not insist on any and every 1
being accorded the' full ,
)n of our Constitutfon and
U under the Bill of Rights. '
id will clash with any one
lifTer with my views" on the
I American citizens. Those
ire just fundamental with
sards as preposterous the
it Congressional witnesses
not be given the same
s witnesses in a court of
low Senator's background
some insight into' his
'ecling^ regarding his re
r the rights of witnesses,
n judge, prosecuting attor
practicing attorney in a
Dunty courtroom in Wil
, N, C.. for 23 years. More
an not. defendants in that
m have been farm work
rers and Negroes. They say
Wilmington that "Judge"
always made a fetish of
whether prosecuting, de
or judging. Even as far
his college days at Wake
bllege. he took a dim view
ne At Wake Forest, he led
ifu! movement against haz
practicing attorney, most
fwc were of the who-hit
th-the-beer-bottle kind (at
'lient). But there were also
ips both civil and criminal,
'e lucrative fees. Then, in
I 1951, he was elected to
Senate. There, he became
td as a pretty 'fair parlia
n 'though he is quick to
hat he'd be no match
Joe McCarthy on that
o 'rrms in the State Sen
' him well-known in his
ion of the. State, but he
'ual political unknown to
Heels when Gov. Umstead
him. Political pundits at
had suggested several
mps. but Alton Lennon
n 'heir list.
5 not likely he'll be un
r long if he does wind up
thv's subcommittee. When
k<'d nnint-blank if he was
td by Senator McCarthy,
fed to be both hurt and
in I'm not afraid of him
her man, physically or in
'Witness' Meal Time
- BILL SATTERLEE, of Kansas City,
Mo., eats one of Ihe meals pro
s'. vlded by the Jehovah's Witnesses
3 in New York while his son, David,
s contentedly sucks on a nipple.
Satterlee is among the 100,000
t members of the religious sect at
tending their eight-day conven
tion. Huge kitchens were set up to
feed the members at low prices.
t j ?
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Parents were reminded today by
Lhe County Health Department and
ay the Board of Education that the
time is growing short for required
Immunization of children who will
enter school for the first time this
fall. School opens August 25. Chil
dren who have not already receiv
ed their inoculations for dipther
ia, whooping cough and smallpox
are rea.uired by state law to have
these "shots" before they are ad
mitted to any school.
At the same time the children
may receive inoculations for ty
phoid and tetanus.
Inoculations may be given by
the family physician or by the
Pre-school Immunization clinics
ire scheduled by the Health De
partment on Wednesday from
B.30 to 12 and from 1:30 to 4:*0
Other Health Department clinics
are as follows: Mondays, general
:linic for food handlers and others
requiring blood tests; Mondays
uid Thursdays. X-ray clinic for
food handlers and persons refer
red by physicians or welfare
yorkers the second Tuesday of
?ach month, 1-3 p. m., "well-baby"
rlinic for persons referred by
ahysicians or welfare workers;
?nd at Canton on Tuesdays, a gen
?ral clinic. Hours at all clinics are
5:30 a. m. to noon and 1:30 to 4:30
j. m. unless otherwise stated.
Actually A Hot Car
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. (API?
V heat wave cooked a car to such
i high temperature that the rear
window blew out.
Albert Black left his car parked
in the street for two apd a half
lours In 90-degree heat. When he
lot back a crowd told him that the
window had burst like a balloon
rom the effect of Heat inside the
ellectually. Like I said. I'm not
tere lookinf for a fight, but I've
tever been known to run from
,? _ ??
M V, BY VIVIAN MOWN J
A girl has just so many youth
ful summers. Why waste one? But
lots of times we do. And then
when the summer is over and ro
mances have been counted, it is
amazing to And that the summer
| was expendable.
Many a girl sees Dan Cupid in
the bronzed brawn, smooth speech
' and gallant manners of a summer
Romeo, only to And that her
dreams are chilled by the autumn
So ?? before you give up good
pals, an interesting and lucrative
summer job and perhaps an edu
I cational form of recreation for a
new heartthrob, give yourself this
C Q. (Cupid Quiz* to see if you
are wasting time:
1. Are you impressed with his
moonlight manners and sun-soaked
veneer and will it stand up under
a fall shower?
2. Does he disagree with your
theories about family, religion. |
politics and make an issue of it?
Or does he try to understand your
point of view?
3. Has he said he really cares
| or have you been sniffing orange
i blossoms from his sweet and glib
4. Does he rave about his,
1 mother's cooking, and criticize
1 everything lie eats away from
5. Is he tolerant of your lack
of know-how when it conies to'
1 such sports as swimming, golf.
Ashing, tennis? Or does he criti
cize your honest efforts?
b Uo you lot-1 mat you coum
improve him. esperially those
ghastly ties and suits he wears,
and the way he drops his "g's"
7. Do you have more education
than he does and would this give
you an inferiority complex?
8. Do you have mutual enjoy
ment of a few things or does he i
scorn your interest in music and
| you his enthusiasm for baseball?
9. Do you like his parenis1 And
| could you live under the same
roof with them if you were com
' | pelled to?
? 10. Do your parents like him1
j If not what are their objections j
and are their criticisms Justified? J
Perhaps these pointers seem
unimportant to you now. But the
swain who pitches the best woo
j doesn't always make the most de
sirable husband and most times
doesn't even pronose. While it does
; seem to be rushing the orange
blossoms to look at your date as a
'; future husband, it really isn't when
'? you consider how slim present-day
pickings are. and how short-lived
a girl's romantic life is.
The goal of most girls is to mar
ry. So why waste your time with
bad prospects while prize fish are
i i being hooked by more alert dam
i sels? One out of every three girls
i between 17 and 19 years of age Is
married, so you have a busy brig
ade out with their fishnets while
you idle away your time.
If every girl dated a boy think
ing of him as a marriage prospect,
there would be fewer bachelor
girls. Every smart girl would
discard the boy who did not suit
? her requirements for a husband at
I once and precious years, months,
weeks and days woudl be saved.
It is silly totdate any boy Just
j to pass the'time away, unless he
invites you to a large soiree
where you can meet other young
men. But some girls aren't happy
unless they can dangle one man
until they find bnother.
You Can't ^Vin
WARREN. Ark 'API ? Harrv
i Wllfong. owner of a fishing lodge
, on the Ouachita River, left his car
j parked on high land, safely away
j from the flooded river.
The vehicle escaped the over
flow. all right, but the next dav
Wilfong found thieves had stripped
it of tires, wheels and the starter.
rd Locomotive Heads For Museum
B"11?F,n*ine No. 4, once the prWe of the
Hnna. head* oat of the Buffalo yards on
? ride. The railroad aayo the 51-year-old
Vu '-an 1*1 If la N ?an hoar. For
press. Now It is owned by the Roilroad Locomo
tive Historical Society and will be displayed in
the St. l-ouis Mnseum of Science. At richt Is a
modern diesel streamliner, six times the weight '
ELDER IN POLYGAMOUS RAIDS
' Television Tremors
POMONA, Calif. tAP) - A
Pomona family got an extra thrill
as it watched the TV show, Drag
The show featured the story of j
a young salesman who knocked at
the door of a home. When the lady j
of the house opened the door, the
salesman promptly shot her to
As the televiewers were watch
ing the police close in on the TV*
killer, thev heard a knock on their
own door. Opening it, they saw a
The lady of the house slammed
the door shut and called for the '
police. They arrived on the double.
The real salesman, baffled by
the commotion, was found to be of '
non-criminal intentions. The lady
happily returned to her TV set.
NEW CANAAN, Conn. i.APt ?
Connecticut's only remaining one
room "little red schoolhouse" is in
New Canaan, one of the state's
wealthier communities. New Can
aan also has a million-dollar gram- .
mar school, but residents of the
Carter Street area won't give up
the 93-year-old one-room school as
long as Mary Kelley remains to 1
teach the kindergarten and Ave
lower grades accommodated there.
She's been on the job 41 years. ti
SOLDIERS George (left) and Tom Jessop hold an affectionate reunion
with their father, Joseph, 84, a town elder in Short Creek, Ariz., the
polygamous community raided by law officers. The Gb returned to
Short Creek after a tour In Korea only two hours before the raid took
place: Some patriarchs of the strange cult living in the remote town
have as many as gix wives, the state charges. (international)
Private Billy K Jenkins, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Jenkins.
Waynesville. completed basic train
ing recently at the Medical Re
placement Training Center at
Camp Pickett, Va.
At MRTC, the Army's basic
-aining school for medical enlist
Shades Of Solomon
SANTA MONICA. Calif. <AP>?
A judge and two attorneys turned
architects when a divorce j|kil came
up in court.
Pending a decision. Supreme
Court Judge Orlando H. Rhortss
and the attorneys for the couple
decided to split the home in half,
as both the husband and wife wish
ed to live there.
The husband was allotted one
side of the swimming pool. Us wife
the other She got six rooms, and
he allowed the use of the others.
He could use the kitchen only while
his wife was away from home.
Recent measurements have indi
cated that the universe outside the
earth's own galaxy is twice as old
and eight times as big as science
formerly believed it to be.
?.J men. he has received eight
weeks of basic ipfantry training
and eight weeks of medical train
The infantry training covered
subjects given to all new soldiers
Medical subjects studied included:
Anatomy, physiology, military sani
tation, method of evacuation, emer
gency medical treatment, adminis
tration of medicines, ward manage
ment. hypodermic injection, and
operating room technique.
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