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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER RIOT AT CUBAN CONSULATE--A section of New York's Mad- ison Avenue, in front of the Cuban consulate, becomes the scene of a street battle between friends and foes of Premier Fidel Castro in which 200 opponents used clubs, fists, urn- brellas and sticks. Nine persons were hurt and 18 arrested be- fore police ended the street fighting that began when eight anti-Castroites tried to picket the mid-Manhattan building. 4-H Teens Keen on Electricity i76 thousands 25 years of membershzp growth : 144 in eledri( program /'i t : 1935 1940 I950 i959 1962 Teenagers' interest in electronics with building ARLIC, a 400-pound and engineering has un-doubtedly electronic computer made up of spurred participation in the ha- 5,000 new and used parts. This young tional 4-H Electric program, accord- inventor claims several other de- ing to the Cooperative Extension vices including an extra sensory Service surveys, perception detector. During the last decade, enrollment has steadily risen from nearly 48,000 boys and girls to the all-time high o f138,000 in 1959. The number of counties supervising electric pro- jects has almost tripled. This year marks the 25th anni- versary of the program under the sponsorship of Westinghouse and Extension staff. From a slow begin- ning with sporadic leadership and limited information in less than half the states, the program has de- vdoped into a highly successful activity in 50 states involving train- ed leaders and special educational materials. Last year one of the six national 4-H ]~lecSric scholarship winners was Robert Langstroth, 17, of New- ton ,New Jersey. He is credited Another example of outstanding ability was Miss Jonnie McCormae of Dillon, South Carolina. who with a guide book and some expert ad- vice built a hi-fi set. This 18-year- old college freshman has given many talks on demonstration on use of electricity. Next fall the top winner from each state will attend the national 4-H Club Congress in Chicago as guest of the Westinghouse Educational Foundation. Those cited for national honors will receive $400 Westlng- house scholarships. ---4:]--- There would be very little veal on the market if there was no dairy industry. Nearly all veal is produc- ed fro mdairy calves. THIRTY.THIRD PRESIDENT CONGRATuLATLqD---Outgoing U. B, Chamber of Commerce President Erwin D. Canham (right) congratulates incoming President Arthur H. Motley at the org~.~.:zRtion's ~Sth a~nual dinner, in Wuhlngton. Motley ~s the 3$rd preddent o~ the C. of C. Please Don't Touch Me ~:i~t~::ii!~idi::~ii~~!e: .pace ship, weighing. .mare. than four tons and, carrying . HANDS OF Marly, the mule deerI,dummy spaceman, ~s e~rchng the earth in an orbit about 200 fawn, is back again to remind ex cry- miles high. Moscow radj'o said a "super rocket launched the one that it is illegal to pick up orI heaviest satellite yet pdt in the sky. The Russians said no at-. ]molest protected wildlife. Leave tempt will be made to retrieve the pressurized cabin or the fawns in the'wild, where they will[ dusk and again befo~-e daybrenk I dumn'~ astronaut. The cabin reportedly weighs 2,500 pounds. have a chance of survival, instead So, the fawns are not abandoned of 'rescuing" them--whic : will re- nor orphaned. Leave ~hem alone. AND N/ ~AD /~ -- ~UT AL~O ON, ~WLV~./ P/~O KNOCKED hie (X/T/ IcO W CAN YOU PROVE /T?