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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - October 19, 1957, Winnipeg, Manitoba                             Final Edition Free Press Phone Number WHitehail 3-9331 AD dcporaneati Including CUuiUied Adi WITH FEATURES and COLORED COMICS VOL. 65 NO. 19 88 PAGES WEEKEND EDITION WfTH COMICS in _________SINGLE COPV PRICE 5 CENTS WINNIPEG, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1957 Sun rises a.m. Moon rises FORECAST: SUNNY, 30 AND 50. V- fisssiipi S Stt? These sketches Illustrate how the Russian satellite got up and stayed up. At left Is a cross-section of a satellite-launching- vehicle n three-stage pencil-shaped rocket. The job of the launching: vehicle is to carry the satellite (in the no.se of the (hird-slape rocket) Info space and release It. The first stage of the rocket carries the assembly up- ward, burns off and falls. The second stage sends the remaining assembly still higher. Guidance mechanisms turn the vehicle as the second stage burns itself out and falls away. After a coasting flight in an arc roughly parallel to the earth's surface, n third stage ig- nites, eventually burns out and frees the satellite. Now in Its orbit, the satellite continues to circle the earth at a speed estimated at miles an hour. A radio transmitter in- side tte satellite sends signal information to earth. Experts estimate the satellite will whirl around the earth until atmospheric "drag" slows it down. When this happens, it will fall out of Its orbit and disintegrate. Fate Takes A Hand Road Fatality Dims Flush Of Vic lory MOSCOW CHARGES: 'Secret' Plan In Mid-East Triumph and tragedy came within minutes of each other Friday night for Ben Massey 'of Selkirk, Man. I Mr. Massey, who is farm [superintendent; for the Sel- ikirk Mental liospital, learn- ed about p.m. that lie was newly elected mayor of! Selkirk. Only minutes later he was informed that the: man who collided with car about p.m. Friday! had died of injuries. Ironically, the dead man. .lack Hendry, 5a. of nil Manitoba avenue, Selkirk, was a long time' friend of Mr. Massey's and aj strong supporter in the election. BUNDING LIGHTS j The official version of the acci- dent by RCMP said Mr. Massey was driving east on Clandeboye OTTAWA (Special) Minister Macmillan of Britain next week may be j carrying to President Eisenhower word that British scientists are close to unlocking to be'about 12 miles per hour. A the secret of the power used to hurl the Soviet satellite into space. f.ar coming in the opposite direc- _________________________ lion with bright headlights prp- A rumor circulating in Otlawa is venled yr Massey from avoid- that the British prime minister ing collision with Mr. Hendry. i would be can-vim; a progress re- was crossing Clandeboye i 'avenue near Jemima street al a I port with him concerning develop-. 43.dcgrce angle. ments in the search for the source; NEXT IN LINE Macmillan May Have Sputnik Secrets In His Briefcase Russians Reiterate Threats Against Turkey, U.S. Even as United Nations decided to debate next week and Syrian charges of allegedly planned "asgres- against Hie Damascus regime, Moscow Friday renewed her attacks against the United States and Turkey. Charges reminiscent, of attacks against John Foster Dulles before I he Korean invasion have now been hurled at U.S. undersecretary of slate, Loy Henderson. Diplomats believe thai, whatever happens in the Middle East, Russia will score a decisive propaganda victory. BY VICTOR MACK1E Navy Guards Against Submarine Threat of a satellite or power. The rumor could not be See MAYOR Page 2 ROBERT SCHUMAN 72-year-old member of lhe Ca- tholic Popular Republican Movement !MRP> has re- ceived a call lo fry H n d give France her 24th post-war government and end a crisis that began three weeks ago. Yesterday the General Assem- bly refused lo confirm as pre- mier-designate Antoine Pinay, riShtwiiig Independent who caused lhe crisis by engineer- ing the overthrow of Premier BoiiPKcs-Maiinoury. Break Missile Jam WASHINGTON 'Special-NTHT. in a move illustrating the sud- denly increased high-level atten- tion here to Ihe U.S. missile pro- grams, Defence Secretary Neil Mc- Klroy Friday asked the armed forces to advise him personally OTTAWA navy is carefully investigating all reports unidentified ing submarines off Canada's coasts, a naval spokesman says. ing within three miles of the New- foundlarid coasl. Idrogen power. Whether this might Rear-Admiral Hugh F. tne power or a possible chief of Atlantic Command, to source used i an air and sea search has or id d mi ilcs aloft is notj However, for security reasons, j under way for some time lo de- j known here the navy would give no details oflterrnine the accuracy of reports' Thieves Take Worth Of Paintings BY B. .1. CUTLER MOSCOW i Special -.N'VHTI jThe Soviet Union warned Friday it would take "all necessary mca- to aid Syria if she were i invaded. 1 A I. the same time fiussia j charged it knew of a "top secret! j plan" for Turkish-American as-' jgression agains'. Syria and made: public military details of this al- leged plan. The warnings and accusation? were marie by the Tass news agency in a statement which made clear il was talking for lhe Kremlin. It was clearly de- signed to support Russia's charges against Turkey and the I'nilcd States in the United Na- lions. i After attempting lo indict the United Stales for plotting in the Middle East, the statement on ,lhe being announced Russia's willingness to act with the United States nr any other government lo avoid war in the area. macle wllh such >Ir McKlroy also said the def- department will seek help from experts in other official agencies and outside the govern- ment to solve any scientific or called upon the U.S. and technical problems hampering Turkey lo make a statement, in missile developments. lhe UN that they are ready to, AS defence secretary. Mr. Mc- PCLL BACK II TORONTO Atomic authorities said it would b k t L Thieves in value up to (CP1 An G n inj D f M't.CaUlie ?aid troops from the Syrian border and Friday night paintings were roistered Blackmail." Moscow Wllh 6 arc known lo most Canadian art the results of its investigations, 'from fishermen who say they Friday, "Rear Admiral H. S. have seen subs close to shore. Rayner, chief of the West Coast In Ottawa, a navy spokesman. nrnmir-inff Command, said in Victoria tin- suggested that Canadian warships; S luccl at police said today.'dealers, identified subs have been in Can-lwould follow regular procedure in wolucl plcne Deputy Police Chief Alex Me-; ada's coastal waters. identifying any unidentified subs1 British officials cast doubt on the Cathie said the robbery occurred His statement followed instructions would likely Even if they had unlockedisomctime between 9 p.m. Friday lished reports that two from higher authority secret they doubted that there and 6 a.m. today, incs had been operating off lhe extreme action of depth- would be an eagerness on lhe part He said entry was gained by British Columbia coasl. icharging was laken. Each casc'of (he British government to turn forcing the rear door. "Thc navv is very much on the-would be handled individually. it ovar to the United Stales unless The deputy said the most, ex- 'President Eisenhower's proposal to pensive painting was valued al 'P001 lhc scientific findings andjS16.000. He described it as Vases OLD COUNTRY (brainpower of the NATO nations jof Flowers by Van Oss, in a 30- became operative !by-20-inch frame. f u mjSsjie information handed his renewed old .charges, which have been denied alert and will ac-l immediately we receive any more reports of un- identified he said. WOULD FIRE CHARGES The flag officer added ships in his command will fire signal charges ordering unidentified jsubs to surface for identification 'if detected within the Ihree-mile I territorial limit. Depth charges would be dropped if lhe craft did not surface. In Halifax a spokesman for the navy's Atlantic Command, with- out specifically mentioning use oi. depth charges, also said all ncc-j f cssary steps will be taken to iden- tify submarines if found opcrat- SOCCER I-ONDON 'Reuters' Results of soc cor matches played today in the Kingdom. I.EAfit'K "Two otncr painljngs by the Ca., Canada and Britain have a re- nadian al.Ust Cornelius Kreighoff, agreement on lhe ex- Sommers Says He's Too Sick i ciprocity agreement on le ex- wcrc valvlccl at cach. o[ such sclellllflc mforma-: Thc Krcishoff paintings wcrej VANCOUVER (CPi An appH- lion, but not Britain and the winter Sleighride and Snowyication was filed Friday in" the !Landscape with Habitants. Columbia Supreme courl Experts at Ottawa on atomic .hoff's Sleighride, showing a four- seeking indefinite postponement of power doubted thai the landem pulling a sleigh the slander suit of Robert E. Som- iiaci progressed to the point of a man and a woman, is nicrs. former lands and forests ing the hydrogen heavy-water of his better known Canadian minister, against a Vancouver law- sites. William Holnday .Vr. McKlroy said "al! of the 'hy'The' United for to utilize i-ecenl mission lo Ihe .Middle Easl in tllc missile programs of deputy undersecretary of of u'llic1' anl aware have been stale. Loy "Henderson, was in gel approved hy this office." Turkey. Iraq, Jordan and Israel "llc 'J'roc Press reported earlier ito invade Syria. this week that overtime pay res- j The more optimistic diplomats' trictions had not been lifted for i believe that lhe Kremlin was con- s- workers developing the Adas fidenl no fighting would break intercontinental ballislic missile. ;oul. between Syria and Turkey Mr. McElroy's momorandiim lo and. in this case, it.s propaganda, the service secretaries was con- :would proclaim lo the world thai'lined In military missile programs, only Russian warnings pi ?serve: and did net deal with the U.S. Dearth satellite project. CALLING JOE FAN The Western Inlerpro- vincial Football Union sche- dule is last drawing toward its close. And that means football fans are starting 1o think about all-star teams. It also means that the Winnipeg Free Press and radio station CKRC will run their annual all-star foot- ball contest again. This contest, gives Joe Fan the opportunity to match his selections against those of the experts. Complete details will be announced early next week on the Free Press sport pages. Watch for Ihem and. get in on a lot of fun which could also be profitable for you. A Silent Killer MONTREAL, (CP) A Mont- real medical scientist Friday de- scribed a "silent which !cannot be revealed by special tests and docs not cause pain. U [sometimes results in death. Dr. Michael Kaye delivered a to the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of a study of a form of chronic pyel- onephritis. A .study of 21 pa'tients showed! the usual" symptoms of c h r o n i c Blackpool Man City Bollnr. Tiittcnr.am 2 Burnlry J Brnni 1 LciriMcr Null K 1 Sheffield W ft MHII 0. Portsmouth 3 Surdci-lanrl n. Preston 0 2, t'helses i DhMon II Banisioy j. CT.arlton 1 I. Hurtdcrefield 1 Bnslnl d, Cair.itr 1! Derby 2. I.ivpipool I Fulham .1. I.eyton 1 Ipswii-h .1. 2 Line Oily v. Bristol C pod. Notts C 1. Stoke 2 Sheffield i; 2. RothMliam n Swansea 1, Middleshroush 4 West Harn 1, Doneaster 1 III (Jforthcrn) Bradford f 0. Oldharr. 0 (Yewe 0. Tranmcre 4 Oarlinpton 1, 2 Gat.eshead 2. Sonthport 1 cess for power lo shoot their mis--painting, silcs into the sky. They believed1 the Russians had found an im-: proved process lor chemical en-1 crgy. Whether the British had dis-1 covered the Russian secret they] not know or would not tell. I i Other government sources here1 I flatly refused to comment. j Thc British prime minister is re-1 'ported anxious to confer with Pre-i TRY GRANDMA'S LYE SOAP ycr. The application, to be heard i Monday, was liled by Lome H. '.Jackson, counsel for Mr. Sommers. 'and cites illness of his client as i reason for the adjournment. Mr. Sommers, member of lhe legislature for Rossiami- jTrail. started the action against I barrister David Sturdy almost two ago, seeking damages for INDEX Page Dcatln 2 F'notes from Cables 4 Billy Graham 4 ,Jumble Puzzle 14 .Jumble Rules, Kntr.v 3.1 TV, Radio........ 36 Hollywood Column Movies Education Column Peter Whiltall Finance Comics Page 37 37 4fi 47 49 51, i pyelonephritis were absent But kidney X rays and ;proved its presence. LOOKING FOR A SEWING MACHINE? This want ad under Miscellaneous Articles StNT.ER PORTABLE. SEWING machine In perfect shape, rnunrf hobbm. Phone WHitehail S-SS46. is among the hundreds of bar- gains in today's classified sec- tion. No matter what you need, shop and save in Free Press want ads. Cil.v 2. Bury 1 Scunthorpp 6.. Bradford 2 Roehdale Chesterfield 4 biopsies! .Mansfield 2. York City 1 Storkport n. AccrinRton (I Wotkincton Burrow l 3. Hartlepools Jl MONTREAL fCP) Dr. Wil-.stalemcnts made by Mr. Sturdy. sidenl Eisenhower on the Robert Harris of Toronto, before a commission investigating problems such as tlie tense orthopaedic surgeon. Friday.the province's forestry policies. East situation and Russia's earth'suggested that a commercial de- In support, of the application Mr. satellite. Uergcnt can cure, a rare lung con- Jackson has filed an affidavit by dition. .Dr. Victor B. Gorcsky of Caslle- Hc lold the Royal College of gar, B.C. Physicians and Surgeons, meet-. The doctor says that he firstt.i; ;ing here, that after certain op- treated Mr. Sommers Ocl. I Maximum, minimum temperatures and erations fat from broken bones for paroxysmal tachycardia andijy.-j I nrer. reaitincs for 24 hour period ending i sometimes escapes into the blood i migraine, which brought on dizzi- 6.30 a.m. Saturday prcrlstrcam and lodges in the and fainting spells. He says I Vancouver rsn' causing death. has examined Mr. Sommers on 27 ..i He said a household number of occasions since, when 'could dispel the fat from the j mild recurrences were present, MRS. FRANCES MAHON of 82 Cathedral avenue, who won this week's first prize in the Free Press Jumble can- test draw. For otheV winners see page 26. Dlvi.livn III (Southern) i .Aldershnt 4.' Crystal 1 Brighton 3. Coventry o i 2. Nonvich 2 i Gillinsham 2. Colchesler 3 Millwall 0. Brentford 1 Plymouth 2. Watforri 1 Port Vale 3. iVorthampton 0 Queens PR 3. Bournemouth o Southampton 2. Shrewsbury 2 Southend 4. Walsall 1 Swlndon 3. Torquay 1 SCOTTISH -I-EAGCE (.'up Final Celtic 7. Rangers 1 Dlvl-kin 1 Airdrieonians 2. Third Lanark 3 Dur.dee 3. Hibernian 0 Falklrk 4. East Fife 1 i Hearts -4. Aberdeen 0 Kilmarnock 3, Clyde 2 Partick 3, St.. 2 Ralth 3. Queen of S. 1 Division it Alloa 2. Dundw 2 Arbroath A, Cowdenbeath 2 Berwick 0, Ayr 6 Brechin j. Dumbarton 1 Dunfermline 4, Forfar 2 Hamilton 4, E. Sterling 3 Morton 3, Montrose 1 St. Johnstone 2. Ster.housemulr 3 Stranraer 1, Sterling A -1 i Calpiry ndmonl on -js Swift current ss Recina Saskatoon Wlnnlprc M 27 Wiillam .vj 22 loitaiva m x> .'a; [Toronto 41 TV. I Montreal.............. S4 43 .43 Halifax S3 41 FORECAST Mostly sunny today ami jlUngS. and he was advised to reduce phy- sical and emotional strain. The affidavit says the doctor examined Mr. Sommers aflain !Aug. 21 and found him suffering Sunday 30: higtt tomorrow inds. Low Election Returns __ irt tij ii. oiiu j vuiiu 111111 SUHCL UJg Rev H. L. Henderson was re- anolher severe recurrence of ,lle elected mayor of Portage la Prai- rie and Stewart E. McLean mayor of Dauphin, while at The Pas vet- eran mayor Ben Dembinsky lost out to newcomer Robert J. Taylor. For details concerning civic elec- tions held Friday throughout most of Manitoba see Page 26. conditions he found in 1946, brought on by excessive nervous strain. He issued a certificate Aug. 27 which was produced when counsel pressed for an adjournment of pre- TICKETS FOR THE BIG NEW YORK SHOWS... Here Is Your Chance Have you ever wondered how to get tickets to the best stage shows in New York? For details on a plan which the Free Press sponsoring, see Page 28. is PUBLIC INTEREST SOARING EDMONTON (CP) Under the' Municipal act George Docherty, Edmonton's chief re- turning officer and city clerk, must call a public meeting to proclaim officially the re- sults of Wednesday's civic election. Only one person, Edmonton finance commissioner Malcom Tweddle, turned up at Friday's public meeting. No one had appeared in other years. FIRST SECTION News, Women's Pages THE FORMAL BALL season opens at the Trafalgar Day Ball and R.C.M.P. dinner and dance........................... Paga 6 THE TURKEY TROT begins as city and coun- try converge on rural halls for fall fowl suppers............................. Page 10 SECOND SECTION Editorial Page, (Classified, News LESTER PEARSON SAYS: Great effort h needed to save the Commonwealth...... Page 13 THIRD SECTION Magazine, Church, Music, Books, Entertainment, Teens LUXTON SCHOOL, named after the first editor of the Free Press, is cslebrating it> 50th birthday this year and the Free Press marks its 85th. The story.......... Page 2? PROFESSIONAL THEATRE is returning to Winnipeg after an absence of nearly two decades. Lynn Russenholt tells the story of ;_: Theatre 77 Page 31 THE QUEEN'S ARRIVAL an exciting I moment, says Jerry Walmsley in Speaking en Television Page 33 WINNIPEGGERS VOTE Wednesday on a new city hall and for aldermanic and school board candidates. Details Page 38 v FOURTH SECTION Sports, Finance, News, Travel J WINNIPEG'S HOCKEY WARRIORS are pic- tured preparing for action in their third season in today's sports feature Page 41 -M PETER WHITTALL tells about- workshop standards and dimensions.............. Page 47 'i- v   

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