Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 20, 1962 · Page 24
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Astronaut Scott ' Carpenter Hailed Scientific Hero LOUSVII.LE. Ky 'A!" - A fpscc .-cirr:l!-t S;I\F As-trcnsul M. Sc»tt Carpenter i? a " scientific hero" who has U-i'ii unfairly criticized for Ins performance in a three-orbit fhuht atound the earth last May 21. Dr. .lulin A. O'Keefr. nsM.-tant chief of the theoretical divis-inn at ; Uoddard Space Flight Center near: Washington, told the Courier- Journal in w interview Carpenter! observed and measured precisely! air glow, a band of light that appears as the earth's horizon on the dark side of the earth. i The air glow, however, is sev-l cral degree.- above the horizon. 1 . Scientists want to know exactly* how far above, to help space travelers orient spacecrafts and to align them for reentry. Carpenter's findings shotted the glow to be two to three degrees above the horizon and 3" miles above the earth. His work is subject to future study but O'Keefc emphasized it was an actual measurement, not merely an observation. Carpenter did this by tilling his erait to measure the light band's depth through lines on his window and sighting on a star that passed through the glow. The scientist, who has analyzed scientific results of all the nation's manned orbital flights, said "There is no question that Carpenter's was the most fruitful flight thus far as far as scientific observation goes." IDick Van Dyke | 'Producer Draws |Envy of Stars By BOS THOMAS . AP Movit-Ttltvision Writer | . HOLLYWOOD I A P - Onetime! second banana Carl Keiner was; asked on an interview telecast a] couple of years ago why he hadn't become a star, like Art Carney and others. "What a wonderful idea" said llteiner with mock surprise. "1 'think 1 will!" \ Paje 2» GREELEY TRIBUNE Tues., Nov. 20. THANKSGIVING YAM PIE may be ed various ways: our version calls for lavor- spicc. 3 Youths Held Yam Pie with Rich Crust In Killing of j| s Thanksgiving Must MSM*UA V iZiTi/'or ! Denver Grocer DENVER A P ' - Three teenage boys have been arrested tori Thank southern ladies for bring- questioning in the f a t a l shooting ing "*««*' P e o p l e to noli- " B -!,,.. t n U l n t - I ' n ii/ii-th ii-o r f t t r n ) USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Mtny wfarers of tMw teeth h»vt luCered real embarrassment because their plate dropped, slipped or wobbled it just the wrone time. Do not live In lear of this happeningtoyou. Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH. the alkaline i non-acid) powder, on jour plates. Hold false teeth more firmly, so they feel more comfortable. Does not aour. Cr.eclcii_"platj odor breath". Get FASTEETH at drug counters everywhere. Saturday night of a West Denver grocer, Joseph A. Reaves, 68. Reaves was shot while resist By CECILY BROWNSTONE Associated Pr«« Food Editor , He has now become the kind of |a star that would cause some top bananas to envy His recent achievements have included: Producing and writing "The Dick Van Dyke Show" on television: playing Cameo roles in that film and "it's a Mad, Mad World:" creating with Mel Brooks ;wo wild and successful record albums based on "The 2,000-Ycar Old Man." He is earning more money a n d j creative satisfaction than he everi did as Sid Caesar's sidekick. "But you've got to keep things in perspective." he said modestly. "A guy is considered a genius in this business for what" For being' able to create a very s|«cial kind! of material in a very small por-| lion of the whole business." "The Dick Van Dyke Show" came out of a pilot show that Reiner once made with Barbara jBrillon. Nobody bought, but Shel- wtatoes for the pie's filling. d on Leonard of the Danny Thorn- That's what we did. To make the as production team saw its possi- In Armed Forces i j SANTA ANA, Calif. - Marine I Private Hal McCullough. SOB of i Mr. and Mrs. Truman W. Mei Cullough of 300: llth Ave.. Grec- · ley, Colo., is serving art the El ) Toro Marine Air Station, Santa | Ana, Calif. Helicopters, jets, and i transports flying from El Toro ·* support infantrymen at Camp Pendleton. Calif. but sometimes lemon and molasses are used. day tables. Up north, we regret to say. this good dessert still needs to get around. Sometimes sweet potato pie i: ing a robbery. The bandits fled called yam pie. but don't let thi: without taking $5 in the cash reg- confuse you. Yams are sweet bililies. He suggested that Reiner write and produce it for Van Dyke. Keiner had qualms, since he had never produced. The Van Dyke outing had a rough first season, but Keiner reports jubilantly that it has lander in the top 15 in ratings this fall. ister. He died of two bullet wounds in the chest. Patrolmen arrested the three on an auto theft investigation charge. Officers said a late model stolen car parked near their home in a north Denver public housing project was believed to have been used in the robbery. Much ado about nothing This business about my having criticized the ladies for nagging is all a ghastly mistake but whenever I try to explain I just seem to get in deeper. Believe me, the last thing i'd ever deliberately do is malign the weak and gentle sex. It's not safe. Besides, it's not true; and I'm nothing if not truthful. Ah! That proves my point, because my own wife, who certainly has as much reason to nag as any woman after the way I got her involved with those six children, is loyal true blue and would back me to the hilt when I say I'm nothing if not truthful, jn fact, she has been telling me herself that I'm nothing for twenty-three years. Friends we have nothing further to say except this- See ADMIRAL COLOR TV at Tom Kerr, Inc., 1710 9th St., 353-1451. © potatoes all right--but sweet po- ;atoes with ruddy skins, bright colored flesh and lots of sweetness. Yams are fine to use in sweet potato pic. So many versions of this happy ending to a turkey dinner! Looking into regional southern cook books, we find two varieties most often featured. In one, the sliced cooked po- dtocs are layered with sugar, utter and flavorings. In the ther, the cooked potatoes are nashed before other ingredient; _rx~_*~»-*~» re added. Best of all. we like the follow ng recipe for a custard-type wool potato pie. The filling ha excellent texture and it's not very sweet. Serve this pie in virginal !orm--no whipped cream or ice cream topping allowed. But if you must have a garnish, we'll permit one of toasted buttered pecans or a drift of confectioners sugar. Should there be a plethora amount called for in this recipe, we used all but two of the small peeled whole sweet potatoes in a 1 pound and 1 ounce vacuum- packed can. If you prefer to cook your own potatoes, bake or boil them in their skins, and then divest the fesh of its shell. This is a good, dea because there's lots of milk! ALGIERS -- Algeria now pro n this recipe--it helps to give hibits export of excavating ma pleasant delicate flavor--and the mashed potatoes should be on thej a'y side. ! IANE STREET SWEET POTATO! PIE '2 rups mashed cooked sweet potato i yams i i cup firmly-packed light brown sugar i teaspoon salt ': teaspoon cinnamon "2 teaspoon nuUneg '·j teaspoon ginger 1 large eggs slightly beaten 1 cup milk director o! volunteer training education division of the Boy Scouts of America, conducted training program at th« Farr Boy Scout Center Sunday after- nwn for selected workers in the Long's Peak Council. About 30400 men, members of organization and extension committees, commission rtaffs and training committees attended the meeting. Gorton instructed the men on the ways they could coordinate their efforts and work together in setting up new units. Gorton, who is from Kansas City. Mo., has been professionally active in Boy Scouts since 1934 and conducts a full-time training program in It mid- western and western states Stnchn LACKLAND AFB. Tex. -- Air man Basic Louis W. Sanchez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Brigido D. Sanchez of Pierce, Colo., is being reassigned to Sheppird AFB, Tex for technical training as a wir communications specialist. Airman Sanchez, who complete the first phase of his militar training here, was wlected fo the specialized course on th basis of his interests and apt tudes. The airman is a 1961 gradua of Pierce High School. Farm Highlights WASHINGTON (AP) - Thi oreign Agricultural Service rt- orted Hen. that imports of rtd eats during the first nine months this year totaled 900 million wunds. a third more than a year arlier. Beef and veal accounted for TO million pounds. Much of the imported meat is of lower grades ised in making sausages and ota- r manufactured meat products. DOG COATS and SWEATERS FRANK'S SEED STORE and HATCHERY 70S 10th St. J52-10W Tribune photo by Paul Edscorn. USE THE TRIBUNE WANT ADS SHUTTERS Iniidi Hirdwood \VELLER LUMBER CO. Greeley -- Ault -- Gileton Watch Slow? Bring it in fur a checkup. It may need only a readjustment. W;, J Vl/eiM sfi rewelerA m For Dtp«ndablt Strvic* ,819T«nthSt.. 1 cup undiluted evaporated milk 9-inch unbaked rich pabtry she! with high upstanding rim Using a spoon, fork or whisk nix together until blended thi weet potatoes, sugar, salt, cin namon, nutmeg, ginger, eggs am both kinds of milk. Four fillin into pastry shell. Bake on the lo\ shelf of a moderate 1375 degrees oven about 45 minutes or unti desserts on a holiday table, am all this sweet potato pie is no | eaten, cheer! You can reheat am' serve it at snack or supper tinr as a hearty dessert after coli turkey and a salad. Then its stay ing qualities will preciated. really be ap- If it's important to save time. I you may want to use canned sweet pastry is browned and center o filling looks firm. Serve warm o reheat. Note: we like to make the she for this pie with half vegetab or lard-typo shortening and ha butter or margarine because th combination u s u a l l y produce crisp rich pastry from which th sweet potato filling benefits. A 390 V-8 NOW STANDARD FOR MERCURY MONTEREY CUSTOM 4-DOOR SEDAN [ f : ,'. rv.'-'M tU'i fa' · · ' f . l ' l ? , t-4 *···; IS It'S hv' v , m d t , y.': .v,,. ' .r," U- \"r, *« ·.* V'low 0| :·'·, fn- '.'".'M: \ j±\ |M|CDfMI -.t'i-vi.- '·· ·-., ··:,···) !· , . · · · : . ',' fi'jiUnd /..M!I"!'. j It ! 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