The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on January 1, 1963 · 36
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MAIN STORE D-224 INGHAM-MAIDEN-PEABODY I Ike in Second Place; Churchill Is Third Poll Shows Kennedy Again Most Admired lit GEORGE GALLVP Director, American Institute of Public Opinion PRINCETON, NJ.For the second successive year, President John F. Kennedy is the No. 1 choice of the American people as the man they admire most in the world today. In second place is the all-time record holder on the pub. lic's most admired men list former Pres. Dwight D. Eisen-bower. Great Britain's Sir Winston Churchill is third. This marks the seventeenth year the Gallup Poll has conducted its annual Most Admired man contest. Eisenhower has been in the top ten all 17 times. and has led the list 10 times. On the list for the first time since 1959in tfth place this yearis former President Ilerbert hoover. Gallup Poll reporters across the nation asked the public the question that has been put to them at the end of each year since the close of World War II: "What man that you hail heard or read about, living today in any part of the world, do you admire the most?" The top ten for 1962 ranked by order of mention: , MOST ADMIRED MEN - 1962 1. John F. Kennedy 2. Dwight D. Eisenhower 3. Sir Winston Churchill 4. Dr. Albert Schweitzer 5. Herbert C. Hoover 8. Cen Boug las MacArthur 7. Barry N. Truman I. rape John XX1I1 9. Adial Stevemon 10. Bev. Billy Graham Former Vice Fresident Rich. ,ard Nixonwho was in eighth place last yearfinished just out et the top ten in 1962. Composaion of List Over 100 well.known men In all were cited by the public in the survey. Analysis of the !positions and occupations of the men mentioned brings out ,several significant facts. The great men in the public's Imind today are largely those In political life. U.S. and 'foreign political figures inate the list, making up over 'half of the total names men. ,tioned. By strange contrast, less than one percent of the vote goes to educators. Fewer than 3 percent of the names are those of leading businessmen. Literary and artistic figures get relatively few mentions. Next to political figures, religious leaders are most frequently mentioned, Other Men Cited In addition to the top ten, other men who were prominently mentioned included: Charles de Gaulle, Vice President Nixon, Nelson Rockefeller, Barry Goldwater, Lyndon B. Johnson, Robert Kennedy, Jawaharlal Nehru, Bob Hope, Ross Barnett, Henry Cabot Lodge Jr., Richard Cardinal Cushing. U Thant, Dr. Jonas Salk, Konrad Adenauer, Haverhill 'Teen Drinking' Called a Serious Problem By RAY BORSCH HAVE R H IL LAlcohol ic Beverages Control Comm'''. Quintin J. Christy has cane "teen drinking in Haverhill al serious problem" and promised "strong action against minors found violating drinking laws."' Following study of a report by a four-man squad of A.B.C.1 investigators who were here for a two-day inquiry into the matter, Christy said:. "I can as- I sure you we are keeping a sharp eye on drinking violations in Haverhill." He warned that the next time A.B.C. men come here, "it will be a complete surprise." The recent visit included a talk with police officials before a tour of the city's liquor establishments was made. "The commission's sudden interest in the investigation of teen drinking in Haverhill," said Christy, "was triggered by the recent rise of incidents involving drinking among minors." Christy said that although the report did not reveal the kind or number of liquor vio7777 lations he suspects are being , ., 'committed here, he added that ,'. ....,,..,, :'il"if reports of violations con- , i,..:: I tinue, a concerned effort will . ...1(''. ''. be made by the commission's 0 ,i; staff to stamp out all drinking 1 !,' violations. If we can save one life, it will be worth it." ' Police Chief William A. . : ,-, ',. Ross, who has repeatedly de- ,4' plored the amount of drinking , . among teenagers here, said: t "The local problem is no more 0 , -,r. serious than in other commu- ' 1 nities in the state. t. "In fact, our teen drinking ''' problems here are no worse , I than in any other state in the ,:. country. TOis is a statewide ) and nationwide problem fac- 'Y lag all police departments," ' - he said. '- "Haverhill's problems are , k, given inuch publicity and my A . African Thanhs I'lle-T11)1:rport for Friendliness , NEWBURYPORTAll the wpy from Kenya in East 7 1 1-.;6.-.1,i1) Africa, a European student has '.tl vvri en to send the regircis of 4114) an African girl who attended V school here, and to ask for pen ec-,, pals for himself. 4te34414 p,.. pals lor nimselt. - , -,,,,t -z:1, Don Jacobs wrote to say he w r. , , ,, Se, OA'. hnd met Daisy Mingina, who 4y7114 ' attended Newburyport High during the 1961-62 school year -4-4- ' after transferring from Con- , 1,I icord, N.H., High. Of Daisy, t 1"although she was pleased to C Ibe back in her own country, she had nothing but praise for P. the hospitality shown her dur, i ing her stay and wishes to be remembered to all," he wrote. LI'L ONES DOPEAO of mtcr114 6 9ClattJ,r; 'I'd like to mite . certain person. NOW TEACH HIM TO SPELL1 INEW ALBANY, Miss. (AP) I ,--Mrs. Jean Brandon says its remarkable the way juniorl high students keep up with ,scientific advances. One of her ;pupils turned in a paper re!cently explaining the theory land operation of space saddle '4 lights. department has a practice against bringing court charges against minors arrested for drunkenness, if they reveal their source of liquor. "Maybe other communities don't get the type of cooperation we get from the courthouse here," the chief added. Ross said: "The city has a teen-age drinking problem but it is not unusually serious." - - 74' ' , - v , ' , k, " Z4, sheaths, wraps or - box-pleated styles plaids or solids! black, grey, brown, beige or loden green! misses' sizes 10-1 8 BOSTON, . .'Nfi -1,'N1). Ill z, - Bernard Daniell, Leonard Thomas, Edward (Ted) Ken. Iternotem, John 1,11enn, Ralph nedy, Tlev. Martin Luther King. Dune lie, and Rev. Oral Roberts, Willy Brandt, Rev. Jamea E. Votes also were east lor Walsh, the Duke or Windsor, Ceorge Romney, Robert Nte Curl Sluidhurg, Robert Frost, Namara, Adm. Hyman Rick. Rev. Norman Vincent Peale, over, Harry F. Byrd, David Hubert Humphrey, Joseph P. Ben.Gurion, J. Edgar Hoover. Kennedy Sr., and David O. Herman Talmadge, Lowell McKay. 3101111DittNi C0031111Altilir Special Hours OUR BOSTON STORE 0E11 BOTH WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS until 9 p.m. Friday El! Saturday 9:30 to 5:30 OUR 3 BRANCH STORES Open Wednesday, Thursday & Friday flights 'Hi 9:30 Framingham Peabody Open Saturday, 9:30 to 5:45; Malden 9:30 to 5:30 p.m. ALL JORDAN MARSH STORES CLOSED ALL DAY TODAY, JANUARY 1 SO ffitilD111161: ..1411211111111 ready Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. -misses' famous-maker usually 8.98 to 12.95 IRT SALE no all sizes in all colors ALL WOOL or WOOL-BLEND originally 5.98 to 7.98 100 wool or wool-and-nvIon slleaths or flares in basic solids of black, navy, grey or brown novelty plaids or checks! misses' sizes 10-20 (nof all sizes in all colors) totssEr SKIRTS-SECOND FLOOR-MAIN STORE D-I42 FRAMINGHAM, PEABODY, MALDEN , 41, ,,e-- -P,0 oe....4-9,0010.1r .4010P41,0.610.,,,00,41,10,40,1,4.0,1Heo.,e,-Hrreftlmotot,r,000,0,1,1060.644.0-,omomtrovrkiropoigrakA00.0orVlitriVillielkeNeWettati6e4t-,,W -,1,('',(''VM1 o ge'Srt'Vric4CV-c--N"eAt'44-40V-V0t40.(1"N-1 'Iqs;V'krV'i:-.4-CNr'sr-r'w-'w '4.---"r-rorvirfrv-grory-Nrwrv-Nr.v,,, ad , , ,..,- ,C'''''.'4 - t , , ..,.. .7 r. , The nekton Glolte--Tuesday, January 1. nfi3 ' 10.010011010100V n ,OPEINEk am I gmonomomommonommoornmoommot I uo , Ike iis Secolid Place; Churchill Is Third 0.13011UTIDAINIT IZElltiXIJUOMI CODIIIIDAINNIV1 . i , . , v....; - Poll Shows Kennedy AL-sain Most Admired . .6, ,...., 1 i eb.;-1-44i, , 4,, ,I.efil , ,. (1---E, !E., 1 L.,..4 t t.:, ,..,.. . 44-y,,, 4,9,,,sos lit GEORGE GALEVP IL Gen Dooglas MacArthur nernard Baruch, teonard,Thomm, Edward (Ted) Ken. . i s! r...:)r., Jr, n r , vit-vi ctor, American Institute 7. Harry 8. Truman Berntein John alenn Raph nly, Rev Martin Luther King, , s. . lea. '..,',.. t ' . 1 ,,,,,, ,,,, .,, ,, ,..,, ,. ,, ,,,, ,,... , ii, , . , ., .. , ti, f r , t ,4, , ,, , Dire of Public Opinion S. rope John XX1I1 Bunche, and Rev. Oral Roberts, Willy Brandt. Rev. James E. 4 v ' p , "'"-:: ; !, t i c,,, ; ,,, t I i L 4 X , 9. Adial SteV011sOn Votes also were cast tor Walsh. the Duke of Windsor, 4, t., ---, 0., -,..... 4,..41. iVA 4 d 1041 if fi ' ' 11, t, ' PRINCETON, N.J.For the 10. Rev. Billy Graham George R Sa omney, Robert Me. Carl ndburg, Robert Frost, 1 4 1 . I. .. " , ---,:....? ,-4 4 ".,..001- ,. second suceessive year, West. Namara, Adm, Hyman Rick. Rev. Normrin Vincent Peale, , t , 1 --- 1. dent John F. Kennedy is the Former Vire President Rich. over, Harry F. Byrd, David Hubert Humphrey, Joseph P. Peale, .' . --, (7-9 --A, r-,:,,1 , , ,,, No. 1 choice of the Amtricap ard Nixonwho was in eighth Ben,Goc J ien Edgar Hoover. Kennedy Sr., and David Ch 4944' i . . ..,, ' .44 L.44-A .. , i , '',ii , n f, .f1.3 47 ,,k2,1 . , '", L' 1 L.:::4 seco MT th h 88 e man they auplace last yearfinished just Ilerman Talmadge, Lowell McKay. I. , mire most in the world today. out of the top ten in 1962. IMEININIMEIMIIMEb ..." ,,ft. A, In nd is the all- mposs tOtt . . time mord hoplace lder on the pub- , Co .t. of List , . loo r II-known men In er vt ., ... lic's most admired men list 'dv all were cited by the public in II ilD Et IIDAINV Nattotsul ,. former Pres. Dwight D. Eisen. sici, the. survey. Analysis of the . bower. Great Britain's positions and occupations of , ., Winston Churchill is third. I C 00 10 11111.1110t111' , , r the men mentioned brings out , This marks the seventeenth , ,, several significant facts. ,,,...- . i , year the Gallup Poll has con- The great men in the public's 1 -'' '' , ,,, - ' eI mind today are largely those t 1 , -,,, , . 11 lmired man contest. Eisenhow-!to political we. U.S. and ., , 1 ,p, 1 er has been in the top tten all foreign political flgures domi . , . .'' Pl. spectacul a r SAV I IN ' . 17 times. and has ed he list ' SPea.fil Hogivs i a 3 ductd its annual Most Ad- ',,t . ' inate the list, making tip over - . .. , , ' , , 10 times. t , , , . , ., , , 'half of the total names men It I . i , , , , e 0 , 0 , i On the list for the first time coned. , , , . . ,,, , ! la ,'' ) since 1959in tfth place this , t ''''' AVE -a - o sample !Ina Iler OUR BOSTON STORE OPE ' r yeatrilis former President Ily strange contrast, less . , .. ,,.. v 1 ber over. than one percent of the vote ll , ,. a ! . . , . , Gallup Poll reporters across goes to educators. Fewer than I ' l'''' '''''''''' . , . , ti. , the nation asked the public e 3 percent of the names are 1, , . ' th , , I question that has been put to those of leading businessmen. BOTH WEDNESDAY AtID .4,, . a , L .. , . .. , ,,F , t Ithem at the end of each year Literary and artistic figures t , : ., , , . ' H III , . tor . -,,- ,, , , since the close of World War II: get relatively few mentions. , , - THURSDAY NIGHTS i, , tt1 ' t I, ,, ..,, '' 3 "What man that you hare Next to political figures, re ', I. world 17, today in any part of the quentiv mentioned. ' . heard or read about, living ligious leaders are most fre- . , , l ,, .15;C 1 . I . amddeintiown htoo were . ,. . 0 ,I most?" do you admire the Other Men Cited t oppr 0 tme nj wil . , 'f -)V 0 from our , , i The to ten mention: ' ten for 1962 ranked d pm. , . ,, , ,othIner . if 0, , by order nentiy mentioned included: I, , Charles de Gaulle, Vice i . 01, ....,, ' President Nixon, Nelson Rock- MOST ADMIRED MEN t 1 &''...k m"o'st famous makers 1 , efeller, Barry Goldwater, Lyn- 141 30 FrIday e.., Saturday 9:30 to 5. .,, mv.,,, j . t, , 1962 t don B. Johnson, Robert Kenv , .X . , i .,,, t , )1 - I, 1 , 1. John F. Kennedy i nedy, Jawaharlal Nehru, Bob 1 .114 . gr.kNe. li 1 2. Dwight D. Eisenhower Hope, Ross Barnett, Ilenry Ca- , 1 , ,' , 4 , 3- Sir Winston Churchill bot Lodge Jr., Richard Cardi- OUR 3 BRANCH STORES , - 44 ,,f'. . , ,, , , , ,. , N - 2.. .4 .1. Dr. Albert Schweitzer nal Cushing. U Thant, Dr. . 7'. , i 5. Herbert C. Hoover Jonas Salk, Konrad Adenauer, . :-'1's ' , i . vs! , , Open Wednesday, Thursday ; ' I.-- , I A r! i t , . t i e . ' , t ' Haverhill' 'Teen Drinking' & Friday flights 'Hi 9:30 i, ,,, Called a Serious Problem , . , , , , 4 1,6, I, our own EXCLUSIVE 2 tirice , - By BAY HORSCH department has a practice Framingham & Peabody ,,,,,,, H A V E R H I LLAlcoholie against bringing court charges e , rt r ! ' ', Beverages Control Comm'''. against minors arrested for apen Saturday 9:30 to 5:45. , ,,,i ',,, , , , Quintin J. Christy has callcdldrunkenness, if they reveal . P "teen drinking in Haverhill a Itheir source of liquor. Malden 9:30 to 5:30 P.m. , , serious problem" and promised "Maybe other communities "strong action against minors idon't get the type of coopera- found violating drinking laws." Ilion we get from the court- r-----,, ------ --- - ,-- , - .. , , 1V1 I LLJPOir Following study of a report house here," the chief added. ti ALL JORDAN MARSH STORES CLOSED . l'5: ; cill'IA Cg-''' ril qL,' by a four-man squad of A.B.C.I Ross said "The city has a 4, ? ' investigators who were here teen-age drinking problem but ALL DAY TODAY, JANUARY 1 -40 wie,,e404-.0.4 r 1! 5 alloonsummoommo ilDr , ;":: t t 4 A i ! t t t 1 1 I , i ! , our 4 t , 1 1 4 , $ A -, At t 4 14 1 ' t 4 t i ' , V ' 1 , 1 'f t. 0, c 4 ' ' i 1 ''' 11' i ' 4 , , I v 1 I, ., ; '' fi A. Seam' i t' Plain , ;: r B. Seam! t: , Micro i i ,. C. Seam! Sheer .! ,. ... I, 1,,i, Choose I 's i :, if, G. Suppc 01, 0 0 , I H S 0, H. uppc Availa k 1 ,' 4 ' Alt in estop , 4 ', 4 ,., '',11, A A 0. , 4 f ill,' 1401 A A. 44' . A' iA t f. r made el v: , ALL! OUTI Our best -s. comfortob sportswoo shopp - red, powc - Medium, 1: 9-972 Extrc CASUAL Ell ' 1' 1 4 , rwit , IVI I 1.-JLJAAr Following study of i reportlhouse here," the chief added. .., cil,"It -',c by a four-man squad of A.BCI Ross said: "The city has a OF ! , ALL JORDAN MARSH STORES CLOSED . I ' , , , ,i investigators W h 0 were here teen-age drinking problem but ALL DAY TODAY, JANUARY 1 N .11:kkilik till $ ro er)t, for a two-day inquiry into the it is not unusually serious ." j t , , Oa -.-- , to KO matter, Christy said:. "I can as- I . sure you we are keeping a , ' sharp .eye on drinking viola- t sonimpalty attinittna croistrnomtny tions in Haverhill." v..e.. 1 ,"-, ...' t .....e , , 1. , le , He warned that the next ,i. I. regular 14.00 to 26.00 time A.B.C men come here, , ' cs,, . e nvion,. "it will be a complete sur- (.17 c2.3 ; -' k ..Ur, .. - ' ' J : . 1 A 'A I) .II ,, I ' , prise." ' s".1 N 0 . 7 " ' 1 r 1 ,,o - v ,: , t , Colfskins; grained lea saddles, Broad y A , 1 ' i i -, 3.1", .V', "- 4 ' , thers, - The recent visit included a cloths, tapestries, novelties! talk, with police officials be- 'l I ------- ---', 0 C tailored, after-five, evening 1:71 fore a tour of the city's liquor y establishments was made. tp 1 .1, A 1 79 0 Dress, casual, pair bags!. Large bags, small bogs! Many one- "The commission's sudden in- - 1111744 C) v'l; tl- , ' ' A ,,,,,.. , of-a-kind! terest in the investigation of fli ht - ..... , teen drinking in Haverhill," .... ' , z reg. 99 Blacks, browns, navys, reds,lans! said Christy, "was triggered 4 --- .$ by the recent rise of incidents 4 , - -- Plus I 0 tax involving drinking among mi- 6 pr. 4.70 nors" HANDBAGS, STREET FLOOR, MAIN STORE D-250 , . , , 4 Christy said that although rcacd'y Viednesday, 9:30 a.m. ess Sheers D. Business Seamed the report did not reveal the . knit Sheers , kind or number of liquor vio- lations he suspects are being r"r"rfr...."""4",70y f " ' '7 yr-7 --"A", 1 . ess Mesh ' E. Dressy Seamed t.., , ,,-,,,,, - Alsolt 3. , 41- p,s1 40-1 committed here, he added that mIss es famous-maker ,,...,, -. 4, -, . , ,,, , , "if reports of violations con :)":7-4'417 ; ' ,.lations he suspects are being r , committed here, he added that MISS , , reports of violations con- es famous-maker , , e , , nnue, a concerned effort will -1' be made by the commission's ' ' staff to stamp out all drinking , i p g violations. If we can save one , -4r (44 life, it will be, worth it." !RI SALE , 411100 c4. Police Chief William A. , 'flares . . . in 0051V 50114.-: VI UICIL.R. Ilavy, y Cy 0 wear ism around the house 1 I person. rig ... with P.1's! Block, white, beige, ! Cozy coverings for head and earst tots of styles! 4 . ' ' ' .: '- ' , , , ' "z,J '' or brown . . . novelty plaids or checks! 2r blue in size 5 52 Small, 6-61,2 I Lets of colors! Wools and Orton acrylics! NOW TEACH HIM TO SPELL 4, lc . 1k . misses sizes 10-20 '-712 Medium Large, 8-812 Large, t Many imports! Many trimmed or entirely paved , . , NEW ALBNNY Miss AP 1 i - --- ' ' ' (nof s Large. , 1 with pailettes! An exciting buy at marvelous Mrs. Jean Brandon says its - , t ::;- , - " an sizes in all color) . , , 1112th Birthday savings. remarkable the way junior! , - V - ;4- amo"1'";48 high students keep up with ; 4.4.000-.100 111ER Y, STREET IM FLOOR, AM STORE D 265 wiECXSAS M n sAsti , STRook STO1 MISSES' SKIRTSSECOND FLOORMAIN STORE D-I42 t 0-224 . - ' scientific advances . One of her . , ,ps turned in a paper re- - ,B0VE ITEMS AT BOSTON- FRA INGHAM-MALDEN-PEABODY , , :!ce upily ntl explaining the theory ' BOSTON, FRAMINGHAM, PEABODY, MALDEN 1 , an operation of space saddle 1 Ill, IP IIMIIII EIPIIIIII r 'MOP' En I, In In v - En ' ' ' ' : ' Ross who has repeatedly de- ' :r .'. -44"- :.' Vi- ;'- :'-' -':: i'. . ''',' ' f drinking , i' i ,,,C ,,. , ,,.,,,,, ,,,,i,t N ,.- ;', ,: . tN,' ....: plored the amount o . . . . ... . . . , i ' G S port Hose, Seamed,, reg. 1.95 1.59 pr. ,. ,,,,, . up , A kw' - . ',,',, -' ,.. . i,,, among teenagers here, said: , , :.,'":.;:.,,., .-.. ,, .,.......... t .. 0 '' ' "NV ' 'r. : ' ,,.. .: "The local problem is no more it, , , , ; H I . Support Hose, Seamless, reg. , 1.95 1.59 pr. s .,,.,,,,- t,...; or. SW .: ,. , . , . .. ,.f"'4.3:Z serious than in other con mu - , . , ....: . jr4-. L 1 nities in the st at e. t' Available in Rose Beige, Sun Beige, White ' S'''',' :' , ..: ,...,,:.:: . .. , .. 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