Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico on November 17, 1958 · Page 7
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November 17, 1958 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL Page Seven Mystery in Himalayas Scientists Invited to Examine Skin That May Be Abominable Snowman KATMANDU, Nepal (UPI) The rajah of Mustang has invited scientists to his mountain lair in the high Himalayas to examine the skin ot a strange animal that may or may not be an abominable snowman. Responsible authorities in Katmandu, including American experts, have examined photographs of the creature and hair shorn from its hide after it was killed by the rajah's men last February. The photos indicate the animal was a brown bear. The hair, however, is unlike that of any known Himalayan animal. - The Rajah, whose territory is 150 miles northwest of Kat mandu, 19,000 feet high in the mountains on the Nepal side of the Tibetan border, sent word to Katmandu that he could not -send the sTun of th animal for examination. He said that since it never has been seen before, it was considered sacred by his people and must remain in the Mustang Buddhist monastery. Many Scoff He said that if the Nepalese government sent scientists, he would be glad to cooperate with them and grant them every opportunity to examine and test the skin. A Napalese foreign office spokesman said the government would gladly give permission to "bonafide scientists" to trek to Mustang. The spokesman said he doubted that the skin was that of a Yeti the Napalese name for the abominable snowman. Whether the snowman is fact or legend is grounds for a long argument on cold winter nights In Nepal. Many scoff. Others bdieve. And among the believ ers are several Soviet scientists, one of whom said earlier this year that he actually saw strange, silver-haired creature loping along on r.vo legs. It vanished into a cave. There have been reports that the So viets plan an expedition to track down the legend once and for all. Hair Uncommon Father M. D. Moran, head of the Roman Catholic St. Francis Xavier College in Katmandu, and an authority on Himalayan animal life, said the photos of the rajah's trophy seem to show an ordinary Himalayan brown bear. But Father Moran said the hair was "most uncom mon and never before heard of." Dr. Francis Dart of the Uni versity of Oregon, doing work in Nepal, compared the hair with that of other Napalese Claims He Saw Chicago Murder EL PASO (P) El Paso po lice are holding a man who claims he witnessed the mur der of three Chicago boys more than three years ago. Police said the man is a former mental patient. The nude, strangled bodies of Robert Peterson, 13, Anton Scheussler, 11, and John Schuessler, 13, were found in a ditch in a wooded area northeast of Chicago Oct. 18, 1955. Police arrested the suspect on a routine investigation of a man reported ill in downtown El Paso. Saturday morning the man told detec tives he was a drunken occu pant of the car whose driver killed the three boys. "We don't place much credence in his story," Capt. Ted Vogel, chief of detectives, said. "A lot of crackpots have claimed they had something to do with that murder. However, we're going to check his story thoroughly with the Chicago police." In Chicago, police said the man would be questioned by Sgt. Robert LaFrance of the Chicago police. No Date Set On UF Report No definite date for a final report meeting on the 1958 United Fund drive has been set although the campaign officially ended last Friday, according to Rudolph Dreyer, president of the Albuquerque Community Chest. "We expect to meet our goal' of $499,213, and periodic re ports will be put out by the headquarters this week as new totals are recorded, he said. At present only about $377,-000 in pledges and money has been turned in to Chest head quarters. Although the drive has officially ended, "call backs" and contacts in the major firms division are still in progress. Ivy Baker Priest Gets Utah Honor animals. His microscopic stud-;es still incomplete, showed the hair to be very different. Texas oil magnate Tom Slick, who has sponsored Himalayan expeditions, was reported considering whether to send a team of experts to Mustang. New Building Contract Figures Are Announced September contracts for future construction in Bernalillo County in residential building amounted to $7,806,000, F. W. Dodge Corp,, construction news and marketing research firm, has reported. Contracts in non-residential building for September amount ed to $1,386,000, a decrease of nine per cent compared with August, 1957. Total building contracts for September amounted to $9,192,- BANGTAILS BRING BOOT WARSAW WV-The manager BAPW TO MEET The legislative committee of of a restaurant at Warsaw's the Duke City Business and race track was booted recently for losing the restaurant profits playing the ponies. Over the weekend his successor was hauled in on the same charge. Both now face trial. 000, a substantial increase compared with September, 1957. The cumulative total of building contracts for the first nine months amounted to $57,825,000. Professional Women's Club will meet for a dinner at the Mesa Vista dorm, University of New Mexico at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday The speaker at the dinner will be Mr. William G. Sloan, attor ney. His topic will be "Justice in New Mexico." Mrs. Nellie Trussel is in charge of arrangements assisted by Mrs, Leona Nance. LOVELY TO LIVE IN... FOR YEARS TO COME! OPEN 9 A.M. - 8 P.M. 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