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Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - August 15, 1965, Syracuse, New York 1 big cash FiD out moneyword puzzle on Page In This THE PICTURE MAGAZINE NEWS FEATURE SECTION II PAGES OF COMICS THIS WEEK MAGAZINE EMPIRE MAGAZINE Far U Associated Preu mean THE POST-STANDARD Upstate New York's Greatest Sunday Newspaper it Vwitat Preu North Antriem Newspaper Attiaiux VPl Teleplwto N. SUNDAY AUG. 1965 VOL. NO. FIFTEEN CENTS Flying saucers back on the horizon 14 tongues divide troubled India ___By s. c. ROT NEW DELHI At cement and building materials Ann In New Delhi an order a rived written in Hindi from contractor In South India. It was clear that something was but exactly what was pooled the entire Hindi tongued office staff. One of two problem words which in Hindi powder. The other was word meaning The letter drifted from desk to desk for three days. Finally secretary hit on it the man wanted Such have been the language problems of India since Its foun- ders decided in IMS to make Hindi die national language The pajama-clad Indian of the south who speaks languages o Dravidian origin hasn't the faintest idea what his 'Sanskrit ic brother to the north is say Both would rather fight than and they do. Btoody BJob Erapt When Hindi was supposed to have become the sole official 1-nguajre of ancient mother In- dia last Jan bloody riots erupted in' the south that left an estimated lit dead. At six 'zealots made hu- man torches of themselves in Eavesdrop on seals under ice WASHINGTON Bl ologists ot the Woods Hole Maw. Oceraographic Institution are observing undersea life from at observatory impended sevepi feet under the ke of Mdfnrdo Sound in the Antarctic. This installed by the is large capsule with six connected protest police sta tions and post and-telegraph fices sustained enormous dam- age. Some parts of Madras state literally went aflame. The very unity of the country was leading southerners talked openly of secession. The cabinet of Prime Minister Lai Bahadur Shaitri split. Two ministers resigned. The ritua tion was slipping out of the hands of the government. to the rescue came Kumaraswamy presi- dent of the organizational wing of the ruling Congress party and the power behind compro- mise Prime Minister Shaitri. Best OialJJkattMS The bullish-looking irried the best qualifications for toothing heated minds on both from he spoke no language except the deep-south and he was Shastri's strongest backer. Kamaraj summoned the Con gress party working committee and chief ministers of the states to a crucial meeting in New Delhi. Shaitri and his sen- ior colleagues attended. The. compromise that emerged from three days of deliberations became known as the three-lan- guage formula. Most Important was the com- mittee's assurance that English would be enshrined in the na tion's law as the additional of. language long as non- Hindi speaking especial M Page Women may be better in space By Donald P. Myers DENVER working with a strain of for a research-psychologist Dr. Marion Philinpus suspects iromen could be better astro- auts than men. The space key could be a sex hormone. Dr. Fhilippus has finished the irst phase of altitude research t National Jewish Hospital In itself a mue high a group of Sfca-pair mice. He them His main fattier argument Is Abu re less affected by rapid trans- portation to high altitudes. suspect there is some rea son the Russians are using worn DHL PUlipput said. can't believe It's Just a him that they had a i up Valenttna Tereshkova orbited je earth times In Russia's ostok VI June 1W. She the only woman among Kut- with hydrophones so that the in- can listen to under- water sounds. The investiga- to have been chiefly of Antarctic seals These silent on the iM the water. The inves- tigators have says National Research Council re- port a ttraage cacophony described at a serin of beeps ami chirps havnc aa unearthly qual- ity. b beheved that the seals 1 conawnlcatr aad that they I at a mean of aavtga tiba ftr IndMff and for their way back to He Bile smMfaatm jreftjR WK IM ice KnNKf Light the ice IM a 11 astronauts. An It American astronauts ave been and no- womet are in U. S. space training. On the second phase of his space Dr. PhUippus will try to find out if estrogen the female sex hormone makes women better equipped generally for space flight During the first year of his be has put the fat mice in a small chamber where atomofpheric coodUfons at feet are siaudaled. They lets and start breaUung heavily They remain at the for then are back u dowry. experience sharp drops in appetite swd perfor- Dr. PWippw feaulet si no effects in their ability hi take The pMhlta to MarvaUau. It it created available far aettttfea itrfnui win fctpuntry is loss of he said. desire to eat is knocked PhiUppwJ MM hath male and female mice an taken on their for a month in hit experiments. Under-controlled the males drop off but fe- eat twice as much. fatties eat themselves to he probably the hormone estrogen that wakes the males eat he said. fe- sightings reported By Emfl R. Swills People on four continents have gazed Into the sky in recent usually at and seen something they could not explain. Sud- the flying saucer phenomena is back with us earthlings. From the United from Antarctica and Austra- lia have come the rash of re- ports of sightings of unidentified flying objects The sightings have been the most numerous since file U. Air Force has been Investigating reports of UFO's seen over United States terri- tory or bases aboard since So far it has studied cases. sightings have it baffled. The investiga- tors have found explanations for the rest. So far this the Air Force has investigated 221 re- of which only four re- main unexplained. It says most sightings have turned out to be natural phen- balloons or meteors. The Investigation Committee on Aerial a non- profit also investi- gates UFO's. Acting Director Richard Hall said a UFO re- cently flew alongside a Japanese sending its btstniments Another slitUIarsignUnghap- CRAZY HUB CAT. This curious kitten climbed onto front of compact car to do a bit of investigating. The a cat's meow of a pic- ture by Tom Keane of Del. News- Journal. AP Wirephoto. to run or not to run By Joseph W. Grigg PARIS President Charles De Gaulle's thoughts are turning longingly these days to the cool woods surrounding his country home. De Gaulle is a aging man with a terrible problem. It is in the quiet of his study and the woods and fields of bis country borne at Colombey-les 12t miles east of that be likes to do this thinking. It is the traditional French vacation month and De Gaulle and his wife will tun their backs on Paris soon and bead for the quiet of Colombey to rest and think. Naggtog FnMm De Gaulle's most nagging problem simply At the age of 75 can be and should be run for a second seven-year- term as president next Many Frenchmen dairo to have the have it from very highly the trouble is no two such ever agree. A reporter meets as many and in sources who daim to know for certain De Gaulle will abo Bay.be the bonwme that nwket them rtflftetit to rawtia. It we inject estrogen.into the males aad they perform we wonder if women ought not to be the HOT LAKES POUND IN RED SEA WASHINGTON There are treat hot r'attbebotMtofthesea Thete have jutt heea report ed la the official orgaa of the Foods Hate'OceaaogfapUc In- -hh to mesa died are in The two be Rea MM have been Mined the Attauttt art Dbcov- oVept after twt US. skjpt At the Attaatif deep..says the be and Argentine reported am unknown object which iliientrjr affected their geometric instruments. Then these sightings were re- Lt. John Haag of the police force and another officer said they ob- served Winking red light for about It minutes. They said the object was much brighter than Venus and climbed straight turned north and moved away. Witnesses at the Santa Maria Airport In the Am- es said electromagnetic watch- es stopped for minutes when a UFO passed overhead. In N. a witness said the light from huge glow ing Jit the ground for five seconds. it sudden- ly Shot out of sight. July Five person Mas sadntsetts said they saw an ob- ject witk four arms the sky for about W Boston area residents reported seeing a silvery object at a low altitude for about IS muutes. July Twenty persons near reported a firemen .combined Small town has single department By CHARLES R MOORE Calif. iblic safety officer Jerry Spencer has a real two-hat job. When he's on auto patrol he has a fireman's helmet bandy in the car. He also has a fireman's light fire-fighting equip- ment and the training to use it as welt ai heavier equipment that may arrive by fire truck. 30. is a six-year vet- eran of the Sunnyvale Depart- ment of Public one of fewer than such organizations in the nation that combine po- lice and fire duties. It's a controversial- setup tha gets some criticism at home and a tot from fire and police officials and or ganizations favoring the'tradi- tional separate services. The criticism doesn't bother who likes the variety of in such a job And it doesn't bother chief Ja cob A. who has headed the department sine 1151. departments particular Jessup no use for me because of UK type of England's theater sick and shocking By Greboty Jeatea LONDON lights still dazzle along Lon- silm UFO hovering overtoil's Great White but the legitimate stages be- the MMttattr high legrect M i ml iihrtij was radit station caus about a UFO at a very Ugh C-nggng across the sky. Juty tfc Ike Spanish hews agency Ofra said re- lighted two centigrade The saMMy M u ttoes the atruktl value Force is careful it says about m- So it tiwl which of the characters it not a them are gray with Britain's much vaunted the ater is in a desperate clump. The Vest only recently tt far ahead of Broadway tha it originated much of Broad way's has been pretty vhkh lend To____________ dntaal for two full and examples were merely evidence there's M present prospect of of moremeat that WraTe the critics moan and me public stays Britain's leading playwrights seem to be be one matter. But too many irytng shock their way out ot the doUnuiu. The resvH is a their United audience. Peter OToote ctars m a first Pby non-writing Hst with a wife and two stage which hat slid iwiftertnssts whose dialogue the hone. HanM Plater's play fcab wUh a prodigal tea who hrifigs Miue MI AHericai ._ HCT UPEre _ nis ano a lew siray WMnu ht Imtf thaaht Great Sell lake. Bsh wtth aa atxhrella lour the Dbcovtry a showed the explained WMSI favtt- B where the tafc a threat ner has heea vtoitaUMtt frati thaag that further toward the skt A few away n aMther atay trtanEle OmMng a fad Mg smpapera OK aullior her strict and a cawwl Iff aUmo. V. aUat arc fleet Oat Ja aoW naks ki Rattea tttcr aear Hoc la R Y. They an Btrt Navy catft pfetjlo ot Batted acOea oa short ao- ewrjwicy- AP At the face the hi the British theatrical if a new yiay hy the viarMi out tevwHh utjtu MM Oshomc. which the MMHwnsni nas IWWWBCTI pufaUc xaac- It it to tryhuj Afure out avant ranting ahead of public taste by stressing ihei there plays are far wife or hy dw gH Buttd biggest model WEW Man. WWR W W 9t tf aWVCI WTT at fte It it a job I have. But we have been at this too long to doubt Its fea tibility lutegraletl la 1W Police and fire services in Sunnyvale were integrated July when the city had a population of about The Department of Pubtic Safety started with H employes. Now 41 miles south of San aa-s more than B.ttt residenti and the department employs IW per- sons. Some residents still would prefer separate fire and police departments but most have been persuaded by efficient service and lower costs that the combined system is best for Sunnyvale. put more mea on fires but fewer the said Jesmp. don't aead appara- tus w taxis far men but to fight fires City Manager Thomas A. Sweeney can respond with more especially on fires. Our tracks roll with two men stead of the usual but three or trahwd man- power is on die scene trout the not run as those who claim to know he will. Perhaps the true answer it that Gaulle himself does not know yet and that be may not make up his mind finally and irrevocably until mid October or early November. But this year it is certain he will use this vacation nonth at Colombey not only to rest and recharge his but also to try to come to some kind of even if he doesn't make it final until October or November. De Gaulle will be 75 on Nov. M. That means he would be 82 at the end of a term. He is known to have a dread of hanging on in office with di- minished physical or mental faculties. In De Gaulle un- derwent prostate which often means the end of an ao Uve career for a man his age. Yet the general snapped out of it with a speed that amazed his doctors and followed it up with an exhausting five week's of Latin America the September and October. Over and above considera- tions of age and health there are very strong temptations for DeGauUe to call it ouits in De- cember. Madame Yvonne de who is about It years his jun- is known to have been urg- ing the general to quit whQe he still can expect to enjoy some years of rest and llteary work at the home at Colombey they both love. De who enjoys teasing his sometimes has seemed to indicate be might succumb to the par- ticularly if be was ensured of a successor like Prime Minis- ter Georges who could be trusted to carry on his work and policies. there are great tempta- tions to De Gaulle to stay in of- fice. Chief among these are that many of hit pet poUdet still are far from realization. Among these are hit ambi- tkwt that France should assume leadership of the mm commit- ted utMas and should opea up new cordial relations with the Communist bnc countries. De Gaulle also sees deep un- certainty in the future in many major foreign policy fields. The European Common Mar- ket is n a state ot acute cites. The North Atlantic al- face u IMP wbem the Atlantic ftr reaewai treaty COOt Jane cools henctf IM WMfMT pot of N. P. OTtlaMe a Iftgnrd at city pool Hew the flip of water after
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