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Glenn
(Continued From Back Page)
Speaking ironically, Col. Glenn said, ''Aren't people
strictly 'squares' to be talking about 'moral standards'
and 'spiritual beliefs'?"
"Well, there is only one way that I know of to answer
these questions," he continued, "Every greet society which
came into being, and long endured, did eo on the basis of
convictions and beliefs so strong that they lifted individuals
clear out of themselves and caused them to live —and
die for some aim or purpose, nobler and better than
themselves."
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"GLENN URGES U.S.: FOCUS SPACE FACTS"
New York By The Associated Press
Lt. Col. John H. Glenn Jr. has proposed establishment
of a national information center into which would be chan
neled the vast new quantities of space-age informal ion.
The marine lieutenant colonel, first American to orbit
the earth, made the proposal in a speech prepared for
delivery to editors and publishers at the annual Associated
Press meeting.
Colonel Glenn said that while a national information
center "can be initially organized to cope with the inunda
tion of space information, it can pave the way in many
fields toward 'use systems' of our knowledge, not just 'file
systems.'"
By this, he explained, he meant that highly technical
information would be more easily understood and thus
would be better applied in everyday living.
"The effect on business and industry alone would
probably far surpass the initial outlay of such a system,
since an American businessman with anew idea needs
little prodding," Colonel Glenn said.
"There can be a stimulative effect, for as our knowl
edge increases, the more we begin to realize how many
other areas (there are) about which we would like to be
come more knowledgeable, and which are in turn useful,
he said. * v **
* * *
The astronaut also urged research into ways of in
creasing our mental capacity to absorb the additional
knowledge made available. He noted that the average per
son, according to psychiatrists, uses only seven-tenths of
one percent of his mental capacity.
"The challenge of the future, then, and to which our
national information center could cor ribute, is the chal
lenge of permitting the individual as complete develop
ment of his full talents as he is willing to pursue," Colonel
Glenn said.
Fluoride
(Continued from Back Page)
The agency said some of this product is contaminated
by a poison sodium fluosilicate.
"It is not known how widely the toxic product has
been distributed," FDA's announcement said. "Illnesses,
not fatal, have so far been reported from Wilaiston, N.D.,
and Horseheads, N.Y.
"Small shipments are known to be widely scattered
throughout the United States."
FDA said Whitex is manufactured by the Bond Com
pany, Kingsport.. Tenn. It said the product is used in solu
tion by restaurants as a dip to preserve the fresh color
(Continued Next Column. Top)
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of peeled potatoes such as those used for French fries.
'There is no sale of the product for home use and
no other manufacturer of potato dips is involved/' FDA
said, adding that "accidental substitution es the pelsen
SODIUM FLUOSILICATE in place of sodium bisulfite ap
parently caused the contamination."
• • •
My Answer
(Continued From Back Pago)
V OR tY-M-B-O-L-S, OF DIVINE REALITY I
"MY ANSWER"
By BILLY GRAHAM
There are some religions that denounce the practice
of incest, but so far as I know Christians seem to be silent
on this matter. Dees their silence condone incest? If not,
isn't such silence liable to appear to be at least Indiffer
ence to such a horrible way of living?
J.N.
The Bible very dearly condemns incestuous practices
of any kind. Particularly this is found in the books of the
law in the Old Testament: as in Leviticus 1$:?; Leviticus
20:17; Deuteronomy 27:22; Btekiel 22:11.
The classic New Testament example is to be found
in I Corinthians, chapter five, and you will see what the
New Testament position Is. ft Is the same as the Old Testa*
ment.
• * *
Tragedy
(Continued From Back Page)
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In Allegheny County alone, there are now 92,675 per
sons living on relief benefits, 66 per cent of them within
the city limits of Pittsburgh. And in the four counties, the
unemployment total is 97,800.
• • •
The big noise in Pittsburgh these days is net about
the lack of factories to work in, but about the lack of anew
municipal stadium for the Pirates and Stealers to play in.
The political implications of all this are difficult to
analyze. This is Democratic territory, but even at the steel
workers headquarters in the Commonwealth building, there
is evidence of disenchantment with the administration in
Washington.
Significantly, the union leaders, a year after President
Kennedy's row with Roger Biough, of U.S. Steel, are not
condemning Biough, but saying it was wrong to put press
ure on him to hold prices down when little effort was made
to hold down prices in other fields.
• • •
Washington seems far more optimistic about its man
power retraining schemes and the human relations com
mittee of the steel industry than Pittsburgh. The unem
ployed do not want to leave these stark but elemental
river valleys. They do not see satisfactory jobs at the end
of the re-training period.
Their seniority piles up even when they are on the
loose and on the dole, and while they grumble, they keep
hoping that somehow somebody will "get this country
moving again" and transform these river banks once more
into a productive inferno.
So they paint their houses or do other jobs around
the basement when they are out of work, and bet on relief
and their union pensions. This clearly has not satisfied
them, but it has muffled them. It is not a crisis, but a
tragedy.
Editorial
(Continued From Back Page)
"It is by no means certain, but neither is it inconceiv
able, that if we are patient and wise and strong in our
dealings with the Soviets, we can encourage moderate
means to consume immoderate ends, consigning the dream
of a world remade in the Soviet image not to destruction
by some apocalyptic act, but to a gradual 'withering away,'
to starvation in the thin, dry soil of Marxian illusion," he
says.
But this prospect will produce special problems of
its own. ",.. We must not delude ourselves into suppos
ing that the Soviet Union is a nation which can be expected
to float becalmed on a tide of unfavorable events."
* * *
"The real issue between the two civilizations will net
be decided at the frontiers where they confront each other
... but by what happens within each of the two societies
... It is within our power, if we are wise and strong and
patient, to shape our destiny toward the fulfillment of the
highest values of our civilization while encouragaing the
forces of moderation and common sense that are by no
means entirely absent from Soviet society."
e * *
ADC-U -
(Continued From Back Page)
issue is whether states have rights any longer, or whether
the Federal government, once it has entered an area
loosely called "general welfare," usurps unto itself all
rights and privileges.
ADC-U is a good issue on which to fight. It does not
involve race, religion or national origin. There are no
rednecks or klansmen to clutter the facts with regional
prejudices.
The decision in this case could well affect other areas
in which the citizens are debating Federal intervention.
If Washington can set the rules for aid to dependent
children of the unemployed, despite what the law says, it
could also set the rules for schools and teachers under the
proposed Federal aid to education bill.
* * •
Crystals
(Continued From Beck Page)
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(Continued Next Column, Top)
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Friends
(Continued from Back Pago)
FOR COMMUNISM" wi> h a load of
"ABRAHAM RUBIN, arrested in
'FILTHY MATERIAL. RECORD OF
" ED^M,?s%To H .aU.N JNO-2S'
DEALING IN
OBSCENITY"
G 0D D S FAR T HEBRE T w!i YOU HAVE THE WRITER'S
PROFOUND SYMPATHY IN YOUR STR^°®^ S 1 AND
OUR - YOUR - "FATHER MOTHER GOO,
ALL-HARMONIOUS" HEAVENLY
COMFORT, LIBERATION !
* * *
"WHAT IS THE LOWEST FORM OF HUMANITY?
• • •
"BUT THEN WE HAVE THE PORNOGRAPHY RAT.
IT'C A SHAME THAT THERE IS NOT A LAW THAT HE
CAN BE SHOT IMMEDIATELY ON CONVICTION, FOR
DRAWING PICTURES AND WRITING ARTICLES AND
SSS TO ENTIRELY CORRUPT THE CHILD'S MIND
TO A POINT THAT HE MIGHT AS WELL BE A DOPE
FIEND. DO YOU WANT YOUR CHILD TO END UP THIS
WAY?
* * *
"The number of filthy books written, published and
sold today is entirely too great to list. Just one of them
is "The Last Temptation of Christ" published by Simon
It Schuster. This Jewish house in New York publishes quite
a number of dirty books, and has on its board a man who
bas been identified as a member of the Moscow Spy Ring.
"Many parts of the book are too rank for us to give
you here. Quoted are only a few of the 487 pages of utter
filth, with pages indicated:
"'SOMEONE CAME LAST NIGHT IN MY SLEEP,'
HE MURMURED UNDER HIS BREATH ... 'SURELY IT
WAS GOD, GOD ... OR WAS IT THE DEVIL? WHO CAN
TELL THEM APART?' "
* * *
War -
(Continued From Page 1)
AS PER OUR CHRISTLY PARAPHRASE OF GENESIS
1:31 and 2:1
1:31: "AND GOD SAW EVERY THING THAT HE
(THE ONE REAL PARENT! CREATOR
HONORED BY THE C-H-I-L-D-L E-S-S CHRIST JESUS II
HAD MADE, AND, BEHOLD, IT WAS l —l-S—1
VERY GOOD"!
2:1: 'THUS THE HEAVEN' "AND THE EARTH
[SPIRITUAL THE REAL !1 WERE F I N-I-S-H-E-D !
AND A-L-L THE HOST OF THEM"
ETERNALLY V-O-l-D OF MATTER, HU-M-AN-S I
DISEASE, DEATH, W-A-R-S, SIN, HELL, AND
'THEIR FATHER, THE DEVIL' ! MERELY
GIGANTIC ADAM-EVE "LORD-GOD"
(Gen. 2:7, etc.) FRAUDS! MYTHS!
*99
"END OF WAR INEVITABLE - TOYNBEE"
Atomic weapons have made war unworkable,' said
historian Arnold Toynbee Wednesday night in a speech in
Ford Auditorium.
"War is an institution founded on two presupposi
tions," he said.
The first is that a soldier has a good chance to dofend
his country and family by risking his life in bottle. Tho
second is that one side must be a victor and this is some
thing worth giving one's life for."
* * *
The famed English historian said atomic war invali
dated both these reasons.
"AH a soldier may be trying to defend may be anni
hilated in one flash and there would be no distinction be
tween a winning and losing side," he said.
The alternative to abandoning war is to destroy a
groat part, or even perhaps the whole, of the human race.
I believe this will lead us to abolish the institution of war."
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Deaths
(Continued From Page 1)
BUT, OWING TO THE 'DEVIL USING SCRIPTURE'
(Lincoln, Shakespeare), VIA SATANIC, ANTI
CHRIST, ADAM-EVE "LORD GOD" (Gen. 2:7, etc.)
DAMNABLE, SPIRITUAL ADULTERY*
BLASPHEMY I— THE M-Y-T-H-l-C-A-L NATURE OF
"THE GHASTLY FARCE OF MATERIAL
Iso-calied] EXISTENCE" IS HIDDEN I— IS
ACCEPTED AS REAL I
WHEREAS, 'THE THINGS SEEN, TEMPORAL' (St. Pout)
~ T^ n EV,L ! THE HUMAN ! THE MATERIAL I
A * E MERELY SHADOWY, M-Y-T-H-l-C-A-L,
MORTAL T-H-O-U-G-H-T IMAGES I—
COUNTERFEITS, BURLESQUES, SYMBOLS I
* * •
"55,000 NEEDLESS DEATHS YEARLY?"
a,, ** Mlxto,l °* Tribune Staff
ATLANTIC CITY Doctors ere letting 55,000 per
sons die needlessly of pneumonia every year mere then
succumb to lung cancer, e scientist told the Assecletion of
American Physicians meeting yesterday.
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