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Thursday Evening, November 14, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three ARROW IN SKUIL—Timothy Kcarns. Jr., 10, lies in Deaconess hospital, Milwaukee, Wis., awaiting an operation by a brain surgeon. That's a steel-tipped arrow sticking out of his head. Trie was struck accidentally during target shooting. The arrow went two inches into his head. (International Soundphoto) Claim Valuable Studies Gained From Space Dog and propagation of radio waves," Pravda said. MOSCOW (UP)— The Communist newspaper Pravda said today studies of the space dog Laika had proven valuable in the studies of the effects of space travel on humans. It also disclosed that Sput- DENVER (UP) - Ten-year-old nik II probably was accompanied Patty McNally of Denver picked IT WASN'T SO HARD on its orbit by a protective cone. The Pravda article which disclosed new facts about the space traveling dog said the animal "endured well" the physical problems it was subjected .to in Sputnik II. Although there has been no official announcement, it was believed Laika died several days ago aboard the earth satellite. Pravda said today the "state of the animal was satisfactory throughout the experiment." It pointed out that by sending the little dog up in Sputnik, Russian scientists were able to gather information on "the state of a liv ing organism in conditions of weightlessness which continued for several days." Data Will Be Valuable It goes without saying that the 17 of 20 games correctly in the weekly Rocky Mountain News football contest to join five men in w;.nn:ng the award this week. "Gee," Patty told a news reporter, "I dcn't see what's so hard about it. All you do is mark some of the squares on one side of the coupon and then some on the other side." Egyptians Continue to Rap Hussein By The United Press Jordan appealed to the Arab world today to end the campaign 1 of hostility against King Hussein, | but the Egyptian press and radio attacks were more heated than ever. One Cairo Radio broadcast said it would be impossible {or Hussein to keep his throne "in the face of the people's revolt against him." lit again accused him ol plotting with Israel and the United States. The Cairo newspaper \1 Shaab said today Hussein had '.rans- ferred two million dollars abroad', presumably as a reserve if he were forced to flee from Jordan. Other newspapers said he had been offered 20 million by the United States to create Arab dissension and that he had received three million from the U. S. embassy in Amman to strengthen his forces. The growing propaganda campaign was causing grave concern in London and diplomatic sources said the top could blow off the Jordan powder keg at any time. However, Washington reports said the SlatEj Department was not that gravely concerned and believed the crisis was an artificial one created by Egypt the way the Turco-Syrian crisis was created by Russia. Jordan's parliamentary speaker Mustafa Khalifey telegraphed the kings and heads of state throughout the Arab world asking them to "put an end to these acts which are poisoning the Arab atmosphere." I Most of the Egyptian broadcasts were designed to inflame the Palestinian refugees against Jordan, and one broadcast said Queen Zein actually ruled Jordan — a move that might annoy other Arabs as well since woman's role Is purely secondary in the Arab world. Mamie Visits Old School WASHINGTON (UP) — This was a proud day at the U.S. Grant Grade School. One of the neighbors dropped in. Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower visited the two-story red brick public school and chatted for half an hour with 25 second and third grade children. The visit was in recognition of National Education Week. Held on AWOL Charges JEFFERSON VI'LLE (UP)-Samuel F. Pender Jr., 18, R.R. 3, Jeffersonville, was held in C'ark County Jail today pending arrival of military authorities who -want him for being AWOL from Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. FBI agents' and local authorities arrested Pender, whom they said formerly lived at Fort Wayne. conducted observations are a considerable contribution to future in. terplanetary flights and will provide a basis for the invention of means of ensuring the safe travel of human beings in cosmic space," Pravda said. The article also gave a hint as to what the object is that some scientists reported was following Sputnik II. It said the satellite itself, which is the last stage of a "multi-stage rocket," was protected "from aerodynamic and thermal influence by a special protective cone. . ." It said the cone was jettisoned after the rocket's last stage was put into the orbit." It said Sputnik II has a "pressurized cabin containing the experimental animal" and that the cylindrical cabin contains "food and air-conditioning system consisting of a regeneration installation and a temperature control device. Registered Dog's Reaction "The cabinet also contained instruments for registering the pulse, respiration and blood pressure of the dog, equipment for taking electrocardiograms, and sensitive elements for measuring several parametrcs characterizing the conditions in the cabin (temperature, pressure etc.)" It added that the second Sputnik "has a special frame with instruments to study the sun's .radiation in the ultraviolet and roentgen bands of the spectrum, a spherical container with transmitters and other equipment. . ." 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