The Oshkosh Northwestern from Oshkosh, Wisconsin on May 3, 1961 · Page 2
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OSHKOSH STUDENTS Three girls at Lourdes High School won honorable mention in the recent Southeastern Wisconsin Fair at Marquette University. Miss Sandra Klabunde, a junior, holds her entry of a microscopic black diamond she produced. The other two, Miss Joan Seckar and Miss Virginia Sippl, sophomores, had entered a biology project of injecting pitui- WIN AT SCIENCE FAIR tary glands into a female frog. Tony Hop-finger, in the lower picture, a junior at Lourdes, was a first place winner for his scale design of a single pillar four-mile suspension bridge. The youth will go to the Kansas City National Fair with ys entry, accompanied by his science teacher, Brother John. (Northwestern photo) Should Have Kept Quiet, Says Plumber EAGLE RIVER, Wis. UPI) -Plumber Joe Simonton went back to catch basins today and said the next flying saucer he sees, he'll keep to himself. "I haven't been able to work for three weeks now and I'm going to have to start making some money," Simonton said. The three-week layoff began when Simonton announced three visitors in a flying saucer traded some "space pancakes" for a jug of water. It ended Tuesday when the National Investigating Committee for Aerial Phenomena refused to investigate the pancakes. He said he has been deluged by letters, including one from Aus tralia and "not many" from skep tics and racks. "I don't know when I'll get around to answering them," he said. "I don't care what anybody else believes. I just know what I saw," Simonton said. "If it happened again, I don't think I'd tell anybody about it." Red Arrow Vets May Offer Help In Civil Defense A possible project of assisting in Oshkosh's Civil Defense program will be discussed by mem bers of Winnebago Chapter, 32nd (Red Arrow) Division Veterans Association, Saturday afternoon during a meeting at VFW Memo rial Hall. The meeting will begin at 2:30 p.m. Also on the agenda will be committee reports on last Saturday evening's testimonial dinner for Maj. Gen. Herbert A. Smith and plans for future meeting times and places. All veterans of the 32nd Division have been urged to attend Saturday's meeting and join the organization. IIU bid fay Activity Therapists To Hold Institute ' State and County Mental Institutions To Be Represented at Two-Day Program About 175 activity therapists! from Wisconsin's state and county mental institutions will hold an annual institute Thursday and Friday at Winnebago State Hospital. The institute, sponsored by the division of mental hygiene of the State Department of Public Wel fare, this year investigates the subject, "Interpersonal Relationships." That means the occupational, musical and recreational ther apists will study not so much the mental problems of their patients, but their own behavior and relations relative to patients, fellow professional staff members and hospital administrators. Activity therapy is the utiliza- New Charter Is Presented To Scout Troop 14 A new charter was presented to Boy Scout Troop 14 Tuesday evening during a parents night court of honor at Smith School. Thomas Williams, representing the Twin Lakes Council, presented the charter to Clem Fabrycki, institutional representative, who in turn presented it to Scoutmas ter Jack Gudden. Williams also presented the troop with a 100 per cent Boy's Life plaque and a national ribbon for work on the national project aimed at strengthening America. During an award ceremony, Gudden awarded Bruce Thur-watcher with his tenderfoot badge and Jeff Thurwatcher and Terry Carroll with merit badges. The honor Scout medal for best Scout of the evening was presented to Donald Sruebs. Plans were made for a fishing trip and to attend pre-Camporee training at Twin Lakes Reservation. tion of activities as a treatment measure determined by medical goals. Therapists administer their programs as designated by psychiatrists and psychologists. Will Give Keynote Address Dr. Bonard Wilson, assistant director of informal education services with the extension divi sion. University of Wisconsin, will deliver the keynote address at 9:45 Thursday morning. Other main speakers that .day are Miss Beatrice Wade, director of occupational therapy at the University of Illinois, and Dr Benjamin Glover, of the UW's de partment of psychiatry. Late Thursday afternoon and Friday, the therapists will break up into discussion groups to study case histories, in which the speak ers ana otner professional men will participate. The others include Dr. Keith Keane, Appleton psychiatrist; Dr Robert O'Connor, superintendent of the diagnostic center at Mad ison; Dr. Gordon Filmer-Bennett, chief psychologist at Winnebago State Hospital; and Robert Ellsworth, assistant superintendent of Central State Hospital, Waupun. ! i i Ocean Scittis To Ocean City OCEAN CITY, N. J. (AP)-Mr. and Mis. Ocean Scitti are coming to Ocean City. The Spring Mill, Pa., couple, whose name is pronounced the same as that of this community, informed Mayor Nathaniel Smith Tuesday that they would accept his invitation to spend the weekend of June 9 as guests of the city. The mayor invited them to visit this seaside community in Cape May County last November when he learned of the similarity of names. Scitti said he was given the Pick Killian Intelligence Board Head NEW YORK (AP) - President Kennedy has selected Dr. James R. Killian Jr. to lead the perma nent presidential board that monitors the government's foreign, intelligence activities, the New York Times said today. Killian is chairman of the Cor-; poration of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A Washington dispatch to the Times, reporting the selection of ; Killian, said it is the latest of a number of steps taken by Kennedy to restore confidence in the intelligence services after the recent unsuccessful attempt to set off a counter-revolution in Cuba.; ' Watches CIA j The story said Kennedy had picked Killian to be chairman of the President's Board of Consultants on Foreign Intelligence Activities. This board was set up by former President Dwight D Eisenhower to keep watch over the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and all other agenciei engaged in foreign intelligence. Killian was the board's first chair man. Killian now will succeed the man who succeeded him as chairman, Gen. John E. Hull (ret.), former commander of U. S. forces in the Far East and president of Oshkosh Northwestern 2" Wed., May 3,1961 ' the Manufacturing Chemists Association. 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