Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 19, 1957 · Page 23
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Tuesday Evening, November 19, 1957. L Lo.jansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribun* Save* Seen Through The Camera Apparatus for studying nolar radiation in the short wave ultraviolet and X-ray region of the spectrum. HOOVHC AIDS «BU PROGAAM-Fonner President Herbert Hoorer, B sponsor of the American Bible Society's annual Worldwide Bibla Beading program, smiles bis approval of this year's theme poster held by Pvt, Beverly Pardue, U. S. Army, Portland, Maine. The" slogan, "Now in 1,100 Tongues," refers to the number of languages and dialects into which at least one book at the Bible has been translated. The program, which unites more than 15,000,000 persons in more than uO countries through daily readings Irora Thanksgiving to Christmas, was hailed by President Eisenhower in a message to the Society, which is headed by Dr. Daniel Burke.j "WATCHDOG" WONT BARK—Here's the mysterious C. Don Modica (left), identified as the "watchdog" of enterprises for slain Albert Anastasia. Modica also is called "the professor" because he tutored gangland overlords' offspring. Talking to him in Washington at Senate rackets hearing are attorney Patrick Bcary (middle) and committee chief counsel Robert Kennedy. Modica was a 5th omendmenter. (-International} 10,600 MILES ROUND TRIP—rThese wings over Argentina are tho six U. S. Air Force B-52s which flew non-stop from Florida to Buenos Aires and back around to Plattsburg, N. Y., a 10,600- mila hop. They flew at an average 600 rriph on the 22-hour good will flight. fInternational SoundnhoiaJ' CIVH. RIGHTS PRELIM—President Eisenhower" talks with retired ^uprerco Court Justice Stanley Reed, head of the President'* newly set up civil rights commission, at the White House, where he promised all the "resources" of the White House to carry out the commission's duties. Reed said the job would in- slude "not only integration and segregation but other aspect* of civil rights as well, like freedom of speech." (International) Rocket head (horizontally). Instruments to measure sun's ultraviolet rays and X-rays are inside at left, which Is top of rocket. In middle is spherical container for instruments and radio. At right is porthole of dog's quarters. BRITAIN'S N-BOM* BIAST-A mushroom clowd rises from the Brtt- JSQ explosion of a hydrogen weapon at it* Christmas Island teat »te in the Central Pacific. Three previous blasts were colled testii of "thermonuclear device*." (international Rodiophotog) CHUCK-CHUCK—Mrs. Mamie Eisenhower chucks Lewis Norman, 8, under the chin during visit to Grant Elementary school in Washington. She went their as part of observance of National Education week. \ (International Smindphoto) PICK UP, BODY—A small whale boat (lower left) picks up a body of one of those killed to the California-to-Hawaii Pan Am airliner lost with 44 aboard about 1,000 miles northeast of Hawaii. Standing by (upper right) la the U. S. Coast Guard cutter Bering Strait. (•International RadiopAotOj^ BUSTED—Former President Harry Truman looks at a bust of himself at tha 258th .state dinner of the Lotos club in New York, where he was guest of honor and was presented with that traditional type of Lotos club loving cup. "There is no official government document or bulletin that records tho utterances of tho President," he told the club in urging an official publication to record and preirarvc such statements. The Truman bust is by Gia Comeuitonio, Standing with Truman is John Gillnnd Bruninl, Lotos club executive secretary. (International) HOMtMADC UpCKir-Mlehael KeBr (feft), IV, and John H. DJrtte, •16, are shown in Washington with the home-made rocket th»y wtt launch Nov. 23 with the hope that the project will bolster President Eisenhower's faith la the scientific future of America's youth. [The 80-inch missile was built out of steel piping. Tb« Army ha* agreed to let the preparatory school students set up a launchk^ platform at Camp HiU. Virginia. (international SotwdpHo*of TALKED OUT OF IT—Harold Turner, 45, Bronxville, N. T., itand* precariously (upper) on fifth floor ledge of Hotel Taft in New Haven, Conn., pondering a decision to depart this vale of tears. But Father James D. Keating talked him into crawling back in (lower) to safety. (International Sotrndphotot) SHARK ON 5,000-MM RUN-The V. S. Me Force has Jurt dfacfowtf that it* inter-continental guided missile Snark (top) delivered "with unprecedented accuracy" a simulated hydrogen warhead on a target 5,000 miles away from the point of launching in USorida. The Air Pore* announcement said that the October 3t flight at the Snark demonstrated tha missile's ability to place a mtclewr warhead on any target in the world. (International SovnOflfotpL, Jfamous American WORLD WEEK PARIS NATO MEETING TOtD U.S. CAN PUT ATOM IOMBERS IN A1« MOM 70 BASES OVER WORLD WITHIN 15 MINUTES FIND WRECK OF CALIFORNIA-HAWAII PAN AM PLANE LOST WITH 44 AR.OAHD MOSCOW FINALLY SAYS SPUTNIK II DOG DEAD IKE ASSAYS "EXCELLENT M PHYSICAL CHECKUP PRO-AMERICAN CARLOS'P. GARCIA tLECTEO PHILIPPINES PRESIDENT, AND HIS ANTI-AMERICAN RUNNING MATE GETS A SOUND TROUNCING FRANCE WALKS OUT OF PARIS NATO MEETING OVER U. S. AND BRITISH ARMS' SHIPMENTS 7O TUNISIA THREE USAF B-66 SUPERSONIC BOMBERS SET NON-STOP MARK CALIFORNIA TO PHILIPPINES, 8,000 MILES, 17 HRS., II MINS. SOUTH AMERICA fEA " EGYPT HAS PLOT TO GET JORDAN'S KING HUSSEIN OUT OF THE WAV STRATOTANKER'S 4,300-MRE MASSACHUSETTS-BUENOS AIRES HOP is NEW NON-REFUELING, NON-STOP WORLD JiT RECORD The new nuclear,cargo-passenger ship Is shown here with th* SAVANNAH, first steam powered vessel to cross any ocean. The keel for the atomic ship, first of her kind ever built, is expected to be laid on National Maritime Day, May 22, 1958, anniversary of the SAVANNAH sailing in 1819 on her record-making voyage. Because the new ship will give the United States a "first" in nuclear ocean transport as her predecessor did in steam, many people think she ought to bear the same famous name. It is an interesting contrast that, '-whereas the steamer of 1819 could not carry coal enough to let her use her engines all the way to Europe, this new SAVANNAH will be able to sail for three years wJthont refueling! She will cost f42,000,(H>o; but be worth every penny of it if she. can reutore American shipping to • position of leadership on the world's ocoans, (The atomic ship drawing was nude for Nonmek magaxme and was nsed as their cover picture.) KST «KNOS-Stephen ZaluHd, 4, of Walermffl, N. T., plays with "Anchor," which be won by suggesting the best name toe doc to a New York radio station. There were 12,123 entrie*. Stephen, who recently underwent surgery for thyroid cancer, said that be'd never allow the German Shepherd dog to be sent into ipooc. At bottom, Gretchen Maas, 21, artist from the Hague, HoHand, is qM» proud of her cats ac of her paintings. Although she ii soon to have an exhibition of her work in London, England, and later wiH 1 the United State*, Miac MM* gare first concern to —"•'-- feUne* in- the Crcgrdon Cut dob Show to HM

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