The Kansas City Times from Kansas City, Missouri on December 5, 1957 · Page 4
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THE KAXSAS CITY TIMES. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1957. By Landon Laird. A SCHOOL-GOING family is that of the Rev. and Mrs. Clifton Walker of nearby Camden, Mo., which is southwest from Richmond, Mo., in Ray County. Mr. Walker is a senior at William Jewell college, Liberty, and is pastor of the Camden Baptist church. His wife is enrolled in a correspondence course with the University of Missouri, Columbia. She teaches the fifth and sixth grades at the Birmingham school, south of Liberty. Ronald Walker, 15, a son, is ii sophomore at the Orrick high school, Orrick, Mo Pamela Walker, 11, a daugh ter, and Carter Walker, 7 another son, arc sixth anc second graders, respectively at the Camden elementary school. Clifton Walker plans to keep studying after he is graduated from William Jewell. He then will attend the Central Baptist seminary Kansas City, Kansas. « • • • • O N the subject of schools pupils and teachers in the East Platte grade schoo at Linkville treasure a letter they received from Thomas Hart Benton, artist, on the subject of his picture “The Kentuckian.” A print of “The Kentuckian” was purchased last year by the teachers for the school, Mrs. Ed Conrad, fourth gradi teacher, heading the commit^ tee that made the selection. The picture was hung in several classrooms, but the fourth grade pupiLs kept asking Mrs. Conrad questions about it Mrs. Conrad finally compiled a list of the questions most frequently asked and sent the list to Mr. Benton at his summer home in Chilmark. Mass. The questions and Mr. Benton’s hand-written answers follow. “Where are the man and boy going?” “They are going to Texas.” “What kind of gun is the man carrying?” “A Kentucky long rifle. As you probably know, this kind of gun is loaded from the muzzle.” “Did you use live models?”| “Yes. The model for the man was the actor, Burt Lancaster^ I’ve forgotten the name of the boy but he was a boy actor who played the part of Burt’s son in the movie, The Kentuckian’.” “What is the boy carrying?” “He is carrying a hunting horn.” “Was the original picture done in oil or water color?” “In oil and nearly life size.” Mr. Benton added the pleasant note: “I’m glad that Mrs. Conrad’s class likes the picture.” WINS EASILY IN TUiKEY. Nation«! Asstmbly Back* Up M«nci»r«s Program. Ankara, Dec. 4.(AP) — Pre-. mier Adnan Menderes called today fo'r a program of austerity, rigid domestic controls and a firm alliance with the West, and wf>n a 403-133 vote of confidence from the National Assembly. The vote came more than five weeks after Menderes and his Democratic party won its third general election victory in seven years. Menderes outlined the new government’s program as a continued drive for Turkey’s self-sufficiency, for more price controls and for a crackdown on what he called irrespon- •ible opposition. In foreign policy he stressed friendship with th^ United States and with other NATO a^ 1 Baghdad Pact allies. He warned the nation again of Soviet designs on Syria. A BANDIT TAKES |i,000. Detroit, Dec. 4.(AP)—A holdup i-ian handcuffed two women employees in a washroom and walked out of American Sav ings and Loan association with about S6,000 today. REPLY ON SCIENCE PLAN. Foundation Dirftctor Sayt Mu••um Proposal Hat Morit. A proposal by Dr. Kenneth W. Prescott, director of the Kansas City Museum, that museums be supplied with exhibits on scientific subjects is being studied by the National Science foundation. Dr. Prescott wrote President Eisenhower recently setting forth his ideas. He received a reply from the President and yesterday received a letter from Allen T. Waterman, director of the National Science foundation, saying that Dr. Prescott’s proposal is being considered. “The program of continuing museum exhibits which you envisioned would fit in with this broad objective (keeping citizens informed on scientific PFANUrS Sa¥(/t subjects),” the letter said in part. EIGHT SEEK POSTOFFICE. Washington, Dec. 4.(AP)— The Civil Service commission disclosed today the names^of these eight applicants for the postmastership at Cameron, Mo.; Charles G. Morrison, Charles S. Estep, Sherrie R. Wages, Harry G. Thompson, John R. Chrisman, Donald H. Gross, Charles R. Ockler and Roy E. Livingston. ------------- ^------------READ AND USK STAR WANT ADS. Too Early With an Opinion Of His Regard for Bank D ENVER, Dec. $600a-month 4.(AP)—A official of the Central Bank & Trust Co., described in a house organ last August as a man “who thinks a lot of Central bank,” was in lail today accused of embezzling $71,575 over a .5-year span. Leonard C. Hart, jr., 30, waived a preliminary hearing before Harold Oakes, U. S. commissioner, late yesterday and was held in lieu of |7,500 bond. The FBI said Hart admitted looting bank funds since February 1, 1953. The Augu.st bank publication “Centralite” printed a profile article on Hart which said in part: “He’s c-^rtain there are very few places where a young man has a great opportunity—and he can prove it.” Hart, father of three children, was assistant cashier and manager of the bookkeeping department at the bank. Max D. Brooks, bank president, said Hart made no accounting of what happened to the money. He said the young official livea modestly. A trained Ad Taker U waltinR now at BA. 1-5&00 to assist Tou In placing vour Star Want Ada.-Ad. Above Satchmo Description, L ONDON, Dec. 4.(AP) — Princess Margaret, once described by Louis (Satchmo) Armstrong as “a real hep chick,” today received the ultimate honor for musical highbrows—an honorary doctorate of muslt. The degree was conferred at London university by t^ueen mother Elizabeth in her honorary capacity as the university chancellor. There was a gallery of capped and gowned college dons and cheering students. The 27-year-old princess stood for eight minutes, her arms folded before her, as the university orator, Prof. J. R. Sutherland, introduced her. She heard her musical tastes described as “Catholic —ranging from Mozart to the calypso and from opera to the songs of Miss Beatrice Lillie and Tom Lehrer.” Then she knelt while her mother placed the white watered silk and scarlet hood of the doctorate around her shoulders. “This,” said Princess Margaret, “is an important and exciting occasion for me. “It is important because it is my first degree. 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