The Record from Hackensack, New Jersey on February 1, 1970 · 108
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The Record from Hackensack, New Jersey · 108

Hackensack, New Jersey
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Sunday, February 1, 1970
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ILL ( FOR DR. JAMES A. BRVSSEL, H author of "Casebook of a Grime fsychiatnst You had some pertinent comments about the Boston Strangler and Mad Bomber cases and many others. Do you have an opinion about the Sharon Tate murder in Hollywood? Charles Wright, Vtica, N.Y. The group charged with the Tate and other murders constitutes what psychiatry calls "sociopathic behavior," which comprises character disorders including criminality, sexual deviation, drug addiction, etc. These individuals are from birth or early development lacking in emotional stability. They have no use for social mores, and are disdainful of sentiment such as the Golden Rule, patriotism, and the rights of others. FOR PEG BRACKEN, author of "I Hate to Cook Cookbook" If you hate to cook, what do you love to do? D. Deutsch, Jamaica, N.Y. I love to read, snorkel, play tennis, write, walk, travel, hang wallpaper, Mi President make fudge (I don't consider that cooking), bird-watch, drink, talk to people who interest me, and learn things. FOR JOHN C. METZLER, superintendent, Arlington National Cemetery Is President Franklin Roosevelt buried in Arlington? Leo Smith, Chicago, III. and Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt are interred side by side on the grounds of the late President's ancestral home, located at Hyde Park, New York. FOR JOHN SPRINGER, author of "All Talking, All Singing, All Dancing" Has Charlie Chan ever been played on the screen by a Chinese? Conrad Fiorello, Brooklyn, N.Y. No. Warner Oland was a Swede. Such other Chans as Sidney Toler, Roland Winters, and radio's Ed Begley were very Occidental, too. A Japanese actor, Sojim, played him as a very minor pre-Oland supporting role. But no Chinese. FOR TVLLAH HANLEY, art collector Is U true that a large part of the T. Edward Hanley Collection will I -JfSrl I e 8ven to museums? J It so. where are the museums? John . Martin, Dallas, Texas Yes it is true. The paintings are going to the Denver Museum in Colorado and the DeYoung Museum in San Francisco. The books are going to the University of Texas Library in Austin. FOR NINO LO BELLO, author of "The Vatican Empire" How much does the W Pope receive in salary? , -iW Mrs. Bertha Smyth, Wintted, Conn. When he was Cardinal Montini of Milan, Pope Paul VI received about $800 a month. But as Supreme Pontiff, he receives no salary. FOR MICHAEL PARKS of "Then Came Bronson" Who makes the motorcycle you ride on your television show? Carmine F. Vara, Jr. K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base, Marquette, Mich. It is a Harley-Davidson 900cc Sportster (modified). FOR KATE SMITH Recently on the uDean ed so young and beautiful that the next day at work some girls and I started discuss ing your age. Would you mind tell-ing how old you are? Mrs. George Brown, Lancaster, Pa. Many thanks for your very kind and flattering comment. It really buoys the spirits of somebody who was 60 years old on May 1, 1969. I am very thankful to God that I feel so great and active, especially after my recent major surgery. Want to ask a famous person a question? Yon can through this column, and we'll gel the answer from the prominent person yon designate. Send question, preferably on a post card, to Ask Them Yourself, Family Weekly, 641 Lexington Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022. We cannot acknowledge questions, but S3 will be paid for each one used. lilatintSiGMd! NASA's Texas Rose After each successful splashdown of an Apollo moon-flight, it has become a tradition for everyone involved to light up a cigar and that includes pretty, blonde Poppy North-cutt. As a member of the computer staff for TRW Systems Group at NASA's Mission Control Center in Houston, Poppy is a mathematician responsible for computer information for maneuvers which bring Apollo spacecraft and crew out of moon gravity and home from the moon. The 25-year-old native Texan is the only distaff member of the crew of engineers w And r W j Frances "Poppy" Northcutt and technicians. A graduate of the University of Texas with a math degree, Frances "Poppy" Northcutt works in the Flight Dynamics Support Room for the electronics firm which built the Lunar Module descent engine. Though Poppy is on equal status with the men, one retro officer in Mission Control commented: "Having Poppy on the team has sure cleaned up our language!" Pooch Perch Latest accessory for indulgent pet owners is a doggie look-out perch for the car. This collapsible metal Auto Pet Accessory perch fits on the back or front seat, has protective side panels to prevent him from sliding off on sharp curves or sudden stops. The seat affords a pet eye-level comfort while riding in the car and anyone who has taken a dog for a ride knows how they like to look out. Hiccups Cure? At Boston City Hospital, an aide, with the physicians' approval, experimented with a new hiccups "cure." He seats the sufferer upright, then tilts the head back while applying one drop of ammonia in each nostril. This is followed by a few minutes of oxygen inhalation, which produced 100-percent success in the 57 patients who tried it. If you're hiccupping, get your own physician's opinion first before trying this! Choices on the House When a family goes house-hunting, a multitude of personality traits comes into play. A survey made by a New Jersey development firm, Hovnanian Enterprises, showed that there are certain psychological differences between men and women in the way they regard a house. For example, women expressed greater concern in a home as a place in which to raise children. Also, a woman is more interested in the home's convenience factor since she spends more time in it than probably any member of the family. The home has to reflect her feminine personality, yet be practical, economical, and comfortable. Indian Giver Dick Cavett, talk-show host on ABC-tv, told us that his Nebraska childhood was "not the unhappy kind you're supposed to have had in order to be a good comedian. My parents were schoolteachers, which meant nice, long Dick Coveff summer vacations together. One of my favorites was .when I was seven, and we went to see the Indians. The greatest thrill was getting to know a real Cheyenne. He let me take his picture in full dress. But it also became my worst disillusionment: my 'friend' charged me 25 for posing!" Family Weekly The Newspaper Magazine LEONARD S. DAVIDOW President MORTON FRANK Publither W. PAGE THOMPSON Advertiting Director Auociate Adv. Mgr.: Donald M. Hufford; Eastern Adv. Mgr.: Robsrt E. Brown; New York Sales Mgr.: Garald S. Wroa; Regional Salem Mgr.: Robsrt J. Christian; Western Adv. Mgr.: Ruu.ll I. Spark.; Chicago Salem Mgr.: Joe Froier, Jr.; Detroit Salem Mgr.: William E Anasrman, Jr.; Marketing Director: Sid Laysfsky 5tzl!itt c"n"r' l HB Rob', Editorial & Advertising Hmdouarterm: Ml Laxington Av.., Nw York N.Y. 10022 1970. FAMILY WFFKi V Ikir in s:-l. i You are invited to mail your questions or comments about any article or advertisement that ??LlnuamcLy,,fee-llly- Your let,er wi" receive a Prompt answer. Write to Service Editor, Family Weekly, 641 Lexington Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10022 February 1, 1970 ROBERT FITZGIBBON Editor-in-Ckiel JACK RYAN Managing Editor MARIUS N. TRINQUE Art Director MEIANIE DE PROFT Food Editor Auodate Editorm: Rosalya Abravaya, Hal London, Milt Lounsbsrry, Tarry Schaertel; Poor i. Oaaanhaiawr, Wast Coast. Ammimtant Art Director: George Ramos Production Director: Martin Stainhandlsr

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