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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 28 June 1960

I Diplomacy Blames Communists For Japanese Riots WASHINGTON (/P) — President Eisenhower yesterday defended his globe-trotting personal diplomacy. He portrayed his trips as so successful "I would not hestitate a second" to venture abroad again in quest of world peace. In a radio-TV _report to t ', is featured in the June issue} ' As for his Far Eastern trip of hat periodical. ' (Continued on page three) - Dateline Washington _\ ie nation, Eisenhower blamed i"Communist-inspired riots" for blocking his visit to Japan. But he said ratification of. the new U.S.-Japanese Security Treaty—wliicli the rioters sought to thwart—was "a signal defeat for international communism that far outweighs"' the blocking of his visit. Eisenhower reported he lias no plans for further foreign journeys during the remaining months in the White House. But he made plain he would not be dissuaded by? any Red-promoted opposition. The United States must "never be bluffed, cajoled, blinded or frightened" ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 28 June 1960

_jyi._^r«t_^sFj ^§_gS_^. GREAT BHSTSEUJER THE MOTION PICTURE GIANT OF I960 BY THE AUTHOR OF 'GIANT *»* _M. ««~awm Mr CABoan BURTON RYAN JONES _MARfHA I 1 • 11 < — _— 1 . . ..I WG£SltDfrf il I U\ BACKOSj TECHNICOLOR* ¦ _W_»K» r_^HllfflE toEf»i _S& X a_&TEdaW. w ## TV. M _vfli TOMORROW! _vr * w _^v _^ w V _y -sW "— _1 ADamj 7-3351 _, lll _f**^11 FEATURETIftfE 1:40 - 4;JJ ~ 6.46 - 9:29 ENDS TODAY . . . James Stewart "MOUNTAIN ROAD _aa.-,.,-—»ma. 11 m _*--. _CiNeM»Scoiae • color or dclum Wednesday and Thursday TWO DARING HITS Otto PremiriBer's I The-man _fcwnhTFiE | GOIPEN _' _^. _ARiy. _tfjl ViSf DAVID NIVEN Wi vl _^ «v maggie W _^ A.V) 1 McNAMARA K Thru _d_._^_tf_^f United _Artiff. FEATURETIME Man With the Golden Arm —3:34, 7:22 "The Moon Is Blue" —1:55. 5:43, 9:31 ENDS TODAY Plus Cartoon _i*M _^n % \ i YmM' _wk _OihibCm No garters, no girdles .-.. snug-fit Berkshire knee-high stockings k...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 28 June 1960

in-the-.basket. Juicy Steak, Italian spaghetti Dock today at Pier S3 on Route S3 Beliefonie Nittany Putt Par Miniature ijOTHmMHWOTffe_^ Golf Course presents the _^_UUULIwLiafflM Following Activities for _„ \. . Try a game Your Summer Enjoyment . ¦ l • Archery • Dancing • Miniature Golf • Complete line of vending machines NITTANY PUTT PAR 3 MILES NORTH OF STATE COLLEGE ON RTE. 322 AC 8-8662 _^_SBBJ PIER 53 Zfavorite _yjcvevaqcs VISIT PIER 53 For delicious chicken In SUMMER... (WORRELL'S PIZZA is superb! Take one outdoors and enjoy the air while enjoying a delicious taste sensation ... a Pizza! pepperoni ground beef hot sausage onion rings mushrooms frankfurters Delivery 9-12 AD 8-838 " _&4 X ^ Chocolates $_<40 $_280 Factory .Authorized VOLKSWAGEN Sales—Purls—Ssrrics Nrw %0 _Dfluie S«H»n.__ ... .$1625 WYNO SALES CO I960 B. Third St. Wllliamsport, Pi Phont «-»68J t m _^m ll ¦ -tatw.'il. . V _^ ; JEWELER J 218 E. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 28 June 1960

ec-v MUM? ceo THIS WRITER SAY'S THAT CHILDREN ARE RITMARKA_0LY . O&_SfcWANT. _r_\ C'l GOP Hopefuls Must Overlook Big Differences ( ¦Edit or's Note—Jack Bell, veteran Associated Press political writer, here points up some of the major policy differences between Vice President Richard M. Nixon and Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller as set forth in recent speeches.) By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (7P)—Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller will have to overlook some major policy differences with Vice President Richard M. Nixon in campaigning for the GOP ticket this fall. Nixon, the expected Republican presidential nominee, dfew some sharp contrasts with the New York governor's position in outlining his economic views in a St. Louis, Mo., speech Tuesday. In turn. Rockefeller revived in a Binghamlon, N.Y., speech ihe proposal for a first secretary of government that President Eisenhower — and Nixon — once considered and abandoned. * Rockefeller renewed his contention that the summ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 28 June 1960

Everything right for your dinner date important to ihe Boalsburg Escort your lady Sieak House for memorable dining suberb cuisine and courteous A service make the occasion an event! <3Lo 1 -Ml You re sure io enjoy our juicy steak prepared expertly and served with extras. _^teah _^ _rrou6e USoai_&D 9 4 Miles South of State College on Route 322 WMAJ Announces TREASURE HUNT! $100 a Week Clues given each day on radio and in stores of participating merchants WEEKLY INCREASE OF $100 IF NO ONE FINDS THE TREASURE Listen Todayl Dial 1450 on your radio MAKE A SPLASH ON THE BEACH IN 5TYLED-F0R-YQU SWIMWEAR BY SEA B'S /v_^ raw _ifffr' \ fi l \t ¦ /? SEA FASHIONS m I JUNIORIIE / /i \ Priced $8.95 to From $19.95 / _f 124 E. College Ave. Ml State College _„Wb«» About Fool Long Sleak Sandwiches' Try WORRELLS And Find Out Delivery - 9:00 - 12:00 AD 8-8381 CROSSWORD P UZZLE ACR...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 28 June 1960

* 124 S. Allen Street ing ermu SAVE UP TO 50% Blouses • Skirts 0 Cotton Dresses Jewelry • Coats • Suits For Your Musical Pleasure u:#i the Harmony Shop the most complete record and sheet music selection in the area" Accessories Phonographs Music texts Hthe f. iSHOP CARDS for AS! Occasions Required Reading Books and Paperbacks for summer courses Stop in and see Mrs. Lou Bell Today! V_^_aJ f _S_^ffiNfo''' All Books arranged alphabetically according to title for you. nucii $50,000 _Summer L_^i oSui a S_^alel -££••.1 * &l%. y° ur on '"a ' PENN STATE CLASS RING Summer and VUintei Thousands proudly wear this ring" L. G. BALFOUR CO in ihe ATHLETIC STORE 20% Off Any Book fin The Side Window Hundreds of Publications in Art, Science, Philosophy History, and Mathematics Priceless Foreign Language Books, Papers, and Magazines CffllGE PAYS -Z-T TASIY X™?N SMACKS *$m UNTIL _KSTAOIUHT MIDNIGHT in air-co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 28 June 1960

iiiiiiliiilTiiTiWiiriJiiiiil' iiiiiiiiiii H_^ II YOU are among these people YOU know if pays to advertise in the _COLLEGE CLASSIFIEDS _^ smart" s_^ r-r_^ftipntniB areSJJv tuanf-ad minded Send in your information, name and address to the Summer Collegian, Box 261, State College of call UN 5-2531 RESULTS WATCH THE War •*.—-*i *- * _« \ m m J mm When in doubt, give shirts" is good ad vice'. Shiris are somelhing . ihat few college men ever have enough of! You will especially appreciate the fine quality and smart good looks of these cool numbers. Come in and visit Mac today! Free parking at rear of store while shopping. HABERDASHERY W You will breeze coolly through ihe hotesi days in one of these summer dress shiris by Wings. Long or short sleeve — with or without button-down collar — in blue, tan, or grey. In th» Center of Pennsylvania 229 S. Allen Si. AD 8-1241 . **¦> 4v •&>** _*-4ag£5k>v 2l ''_^_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 28 June 1960

MUSIC Folk Songs of ihe Caribbean, Morse 50 Enjoying Modern Music, Newmeyer 50 Stories of the Great Operas, Cross 50 The Collectors Jazz, Wilson . 1.45 Psychology of Music, Seashore 2.95 PRACTICAL GUIDES Household Encyclopedia, Mager 50 Dessert Book, Hines 35 Baby and Child Care, Spock .50 Household Hints, Cantus .. .35 Puppy and Dog Care. Miller . .35 SCIENCE Scientific American Reader, Anthology 2.25 The Chemical Elemeiis, Davis .50 Common Sense of Science, Bronowski . 95 The Universe, Scientific American _,x 1.45 Art of Scientific Investigation. Beveridge 95 HISTORY The American Presidency, Rossiter 50 Rascals in Paradise, Michener .50 History of Soviei Russia, Ranch 2.50 In the American Grain, Williams , 1.25 Nine Days of Dunkirk, Divine .50 NATURE Reptiles & Amphibians. Zim 1.00 Weather, Lehr 1.00 Pocket Guide lo Trees 50 The Insects, Jaques 2.25 Plant Families, Jacques .... 2.25 PHILOSOPHY Plato Selections, Demos ... 1.00 God That Failed. Grossm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 July 1960

First Act Weakens Mateer Production _§i _tmmM (_Etfllfgtatt FOR A BETTER PENN STATE Cuba Uses US. Plant HAVANA (/P) — The confiscated Texaco Oil Co. refinery in Santiago began processing Soviet crude oil yesterday. The semi-official newspaper Revolucion hailed the action as a sign the 25-million-dollar plant is no longer foreign-owned. Probable next _targets / Of- Prime Minister Fidel Castro's AJr~^ I campaign against the United States and "foreign monopolies" are the 26-mi)lion-dollar British-Dutch Shell Oil Co. refinery; the Esso Standard of New Jersey refinery; the Cuban Electric Co., the largest remaining American investment in Cuba, and the 125-million-dollar Cuban Telephone Co. in which the. U.S. International Telephone & Telegraph Co. owns 65 per cent of the stock. Castro officials have been in charge of Cuban Telephone since March 1959, but have not officially taken over. Executives of Esso and Shell, who followed Texaco'_s example in refusing io refine...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 July 1960

THE MOST HttHtiStNS AfHK Of THE WUI «- = MOM PfWnU AN ARCOLA PRODUCTION Slurring In Cln»m»Se«fr» and METROCOLOft Y. Cr«l» & P. Wayne PLUS CAKTOON • • • SUN.. MON.. TUES., July 3,4.5 HOLIDAY SPECIAL 3 Bang-Up Features SINK THE BISMARCK Ktnntth More * Dana Wynter FOUR FAST GUNS Jamti Craig & Martha Victor "Corse of the Faceless Man" _i R. Anderson & A. Mara eo (MBARN PMHwse "Guns of T.mber.and and Because They're Young" _Sfarlffe Drive-ln Theatre ROUTE 61$ BETWEEN STATE COLLEGE and BELLEFONTE FRI., SAT.. July 1 & 2 "A DOG OF FLANDERS" —in Culor—Darid Land & Donald CrUp —Also— WHITE WILDERNESS A Walt _Dinner True-Life _Adrenture Feature in Color And _rrvAi inj"» f jt Lir.fi TODAY and SATURDAY Ui*r EVA MARIE SAINT _MfMMHraicoaa NORTH by NORTHWEST Z_^_-**" _raufow . _troatttoion ' *_&_% johh w Z?* From ¦ ..,_!. ¦ ¦ WARNBR BROS • TECHNICOLOR crcriMn _i»i/"« uit _eunur _obvunu uivi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 July 1960

University Creamery Sales Room Product oDalru Ice Cream Pasteurized Milk Chocolate Milk Buttermilk grade A Large Eggs Creamery Buffer Cheddar Cheese Coffage Cheese Brick Cheese Irappisf Cheese WHIPPLE KIT BARBECUED CHICKEN Picnic Lunch $1.39 A PIUS Ul.T ¦ 4 Barbecued Chicken Potato Salad Pepper Cabbage Roll & Butter Dill Pickle Strip Cookie 'J 7 $50,000 S_^iunmet rt ¦ S_^alel a IS STILL G OING ON • Cotton Dresses Blouses • Skirts Jewelry • Coats • Suits Bathing Suits • Bermuda Shorts SAVE UP TO 50°/ 4» I 124 S. Allen Street SOUTHWEST TEACHERS AGENCY 1303 Central N.E. Albuquerque, New Mexico SERVING SOUTHWEST, ENTIRE WEST. & ALASKA FREE REGISTRATION SALARIES $4200 UP MEMBER: NATA Cadets March Off To Summer Camp —Colleginn Photo by Ra* _Hoopea CONTRAST—New apartment buildings for married graduate students going up behind old temporary units built right after World War II. The new housing development, being constructed ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 July 1960

«*« & _^3 _u H _w#*- _< CO CO _WA_~ u- -dEro_! Y AND _VIOLET AND I _G01NSOM A _PlCNtCi . m UST MOPE TO 6000NS5 you know what we're going to do TOM0_GK0U) _H _w_<_t«- /^' Junior College Proposal Has Great Potential Last month _University went before the Task Force on Higher Education of the Governor's Committee on Higher that the state establish a system of junior colleges to help answer the need for expansion of educational opportunity in the Commonwealth. Considering the apparent lax attitude on the part of state legislators toward their responsibility to educate the youth >of the state, as illustrated by their failure to support their only major state university, this commendable plan will probably never get any farther than that committee. But the junior college idea is certainly one of the best ways to bring college education to as many of the state's students as possible. A system with college...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 July 1960

WMAJ Announces TREASURE HUNT! $100 a Week _Ctues given each day on radio and in stores of participating merchants WEEKLY INCREASE OF $100 IF NO ONE FINDS THE TREASURE Listen Todayl Dial 1450 on your radio Of all the crazy propositions I've ever heard, this is the most attractive I Vh\ _Peking wf wck out! 18 ISSUES of THE SUMMER COLLEGIAN for Only 75c fii KM* _%*" Mail in the Handy Summer Collegian Subscription Form Coupon Today or Bring It Into The Name Carnegie Office. You'll Be Paces Ahead of the Pack Address City Check ? BEGIN Order __ 2nd Money JULY 8th through SEPT. jrF*^ *^> .._ihhiwi i -"Tr""-_™ "xamVJuMK 8* •,-rv HI' 5 ' r \ "*_ilP r wfrf j n Wvt mi • i i P_*_w ' i. *f ' ' / ja I 11 it !_T"' »»llV _* _1. SL 'jm* *' M» Albright Says Bomb Shelters Necessary for Atomic Defense ** _#P A lot of Americans are over-ICivil Defense has been changed. _, , . ,, . . . .It has been moved...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 July 1960

_. —— _. TASTY TAVERN SHACKS _ZM until _JrL midnight RESTAURANT •«-"——in air-conditioned comfort . . . Your choice of Tasty Pizza, Delicious Sandwiches. Fresh Steamed Clams.. 5:00 P.M. - Midnight SPECIAL BULLETIN Clothing manufacturers lo increase price on all suits, sport coats, topcoats, and slacks for fall of '60 due to increases awarded lo garment workers. Increase will be approximately S5.00 per garment at the retail or consumer level. Hur's would like to recommend that you take this opportunity io purchase your new fall wardrobe now, to avail you of real "honest-lo-goodness" savings. Hur's are continuing Sale prices on all nationally advertised brands of fall suits. Here are a few samples of the savings available. FALL SUITS Sale Price 54.88 49.88 44.88 38.88 38.88 New 75.00 70.00 65.00 60.00 55.00 Fall Price Current Price ... 69.50 .... .. . 65.00 .... ... 60.00 .... ... 55.00 .... ... 50-00 .... SPORT COATS 55.00 50-00 39.88 45.00 39.95 30.88 39...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 July 1960

€0U!#EE$ W_» _Coflefl_».P_«. J_/jtW__lUkl yd Steak House _Boalshiifg 4 Miles South of State College on Rt. 322 EUTAW HOUSE Recommending our fresh fish dinners! Enjoy a seafood feast . . . your favorite fish, extra fresh, extra deliciousl EM 4-1039 13 MILES EAST OF STATE COLLEGE ON ROUTE TO LEWiSTOWN _Factory Anlhorli-d VOLKSWAGEN Sal**—Pari*—Serrtta New '60 Deluxe Sedan »1«2! WYNO SALES CO I960 E. Third St. Wllli_.tnsport, P_« Phone 3-4*31 Vets, College Stars to Vie For U.S. Track Team Berths Lion Stars Compete For OlympicSpot Penn State's distance ace Steve Moorhead and former Nittany Lion captain, Ed Moran will be among some 208 prospective Olympians competing today and tomorrow in the I960 final Olympic Track and Field tryouts at Palo Alto, Calif. Moran, a 1953 Penn State graduate has already met the new minimum standards by achieving the qualifying time last week when he finished third in the National AAU meet at Bakersfield, Calif. Moran's time f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 1 July 1960

The basement of the Corner Room is famous . . . It contains . . . Shots properly rebuilt and npaired Orthopedic prescriptions filled Orthopedic shoe sulfa SHOE CLINIC Phone AD 8-1415 153 S. Allen St. State College, Pa DISCOUNTS and CREDIT Now's the time to buy your photo equipment . . . we're celebrating our 13th anniversary with a DISCOUNTS and CREDIT SALE. Bargains are big, prices are low. Honest savings, and credit lets you take any item home, after a 10% down payment, Come on in, and save. Jack PRAKTICA FX3 35mm camera, with case, reduced from $125.45 to $75.90 ... or just $7.59 DOWN takes it home. WITTNAUER 35mm outfit, reduced from $59.95 to $30.00, or pay just $3.00 DOWN, and take it home. 3 ROLLS of ANSCO ALL WEATHER PAN film (sizes 620 and 127) for 99c, all fresh, new film. POLAROID 800 "Picture in a minute" Outfit. . . with FREE electric eye shutter for automatic, perfect pictures . . . Just $166.95. ARGUS automatic elide projector with FREE 40 x 40 scr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 July 1960

almost 2, daughter of a grad student new University Creamery salesroom YUM YUM—Evelyn Hoopes was a big customer of the Sunday. Despite the apparently overwhelming size of the cone, she managed to devour it unaided. U.S. Calls Actions By Cuba 'Unfair7 WASHINGTON (JP) — The United States yesterday denounced Cuba's seizure of two U. S.-owned oil refineries as unfair and unlawful and called on Prime Minister Fidel Castro to reverse his action. This was announced shortly after the U. S. Agriculture Department suspended all imports of Cuban sugar to the United States, clearing the road for President Eisenhower to slash Cuba's sugar quota under a bill Congress passed Sunday. Eisenhower conferred with Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson about signing the new sugar bill and about the exercise of the President's power under it. A formal, stiffly worded note delivered in Havana by U.S. Ambassador Pkilip W. Bonsai cited seizure of the oil refineries as proof that Castro is wag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 July 1960

BP ._.R 218 £, Collage Ave Siafe College JE 3-Ring Loose Leaf Binders 89c Sheaffer_'s Handwriting Kit 98c Eaton's Corrasable Typewriter Paper —100 Sheets 98c Thrif ty-Pac Stationery —90 sheets —60 envelopes 89c Milanahan_'s _™ s. AHen_« And the MEW McLanahan's Self-Service 414 E. College Ave WMAJ Announces TREASURE HUNT! $100 a Week Clues given each day or. radio and in stores of participating merchants WEEKLY INCREASE OF $108 IF NO ONE FINDS THE TREASURE Listen Today! Did 1450 on your radio Eat the Daisies" nam Dar & _Darid _Niven "Girls Town" Mamie Van l><ir_-i & 3J-J Torme ITS LUCKY TO WEAR YOUR BIRTHSTONB mkfonefamm || m- ...THE RUBY STAR RUBY Symbol of peace and contentment and a shield from adversity. for her: The warmth and beauty of a Ruby or Star Ruby in an attractive ring brings a deep sense of well being to the woman fortunate enough to receive one. for him: The clear deep glow of a ruby set i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 July 1960

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 July 1960

7 7 OH,GOOD ©RIEFJ C'l _CLOHKf CLOMP A dinosaur! A SMALL DINOSAUR! WHAT >_£_-__. t- 6-_^_t _^.ff-rfVft^^ & Mi It 3// _<i _^ SHE LOVES /ME...S.-.E LOVES ME N0T...SHE.. _)• .-c-_> 5 u ¦ __n» SHE LOVES A.E...SH£ LOVES A.E NOT... _4VQ_> _W3_%® Truman's Charge Linked to Pauley's By J. M. ROBERTS Associated Press News Analyst Edwin W. Pauley's statement that Chairman Paul M. Butler has enough tickets to fix the Democratic convention if he plans to do so may have some connection with Harry S. Truman's charge that there are aspects of a "pre-arranged affair." The Los Angeles oil man and Truman are close political associates Pauley was originally chairman of the citizens committee which made financial arrangements for the convention to be held in Los Angeles. He demanded 5,000 tickets. Butler demurred. The quarrel and those who have them to give have just that much more influence. Kenn...

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