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   Port Angeles Evening News (Newspaper) - February 5, 1958, Port Angeles, Washington                                MEN BEHIND THE SATELLITE left to are the men responsible for the launching of Uncle Sams first earth satellite from Cape They are Kurt director of the Army missile agency firing laboratory Jack of jet propulsion commander of the FAIRY TALES OUT UNIVERSITY W Fairy tales are not for the very says Marguerite child development spe cialist at Pennsylvania State Uni Chjldren under she are j incapable of appreciating imagination and find prosaic stories quite G0011 SHOT ff B a r ry Cox and a hawk had the same When he drew a bead on t h e the hawk swooped grabbed the animal and zoomed Cox killed the bird with one then got the squirrel witb the other FEBRUARY When Swains Clear They Clear Come in this You know our prices are always so now you know what to expect GUARANTEED PERMANENT FREEZE 1 60 Truman Talk Good Television Programming By CHARLES MEttCEtt NEW YORK to See It Now GBSTV has made a distinguish ed contribution to history in Ed ward Murrows interview with former President Harry Tru It was by far the best interview I have ever seen on television and deserves more enduring tention than is the usual lot of an hour TV There were two reasons for its remarkable im First of Muffow and copro ducer Fred Friendly didnt try to schmaltz up the interview with pontificating and film clips and and all the doodads so many programs employ in an effort to be They simply went down to the Florida Keys a year ago and Mur row and Truman talked and From Id hours of filmed conversation they carefully ex tracted an hour which made you wish to hear the other nine more important Truman had some thing to say about his own na ture and the nature of the presi dency that everyone wanted to He revealed a quality that is seldom seen TV interview subjects His revelations of some crucial decisions that confronted him in the White House certainly were Of equal interest to me was his unconscious selfportrait of a man with an amazing knowledge history and human i think its wonderful that we can see and hear a former presi dent saying things like this on tele vision My old grandfather told me when I was about 7 or 8 years old that whenever he heard one of his neighbors up in the amen corner of the church praying too he went home and locked his smoke Probably See It Now never will repeat this particular program and it is gone forever as far as the vast viewing audience is con About all one can say is thanks a lot for a grand hour of ETHYLENE GLYCQL iiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitniiMiMiiiiiiiiniiiiiMiiiiiruiiitniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiititititiiiiiii NYLONCOTTON BLEND SHIRTS DRAWERS ALL WOOL IKE JACKETS EXCELLENT fo SALE PRICE Illl IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII III tllllllllllMIIIIIIIUIMIIIIMIMIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIllllltlllllM I Mill I IMHIIIt IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII FATIGUE JACKETS 50c 1 New Liners HELMETS FISHERMEN CHERRY BOBBERS SALE AIREX VAGABOND REEL 10 55 tlMUIMHIIIIMHlHtllllUIIIIMllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllll FATIGUE PANTS to PRICE 1 SUNTAN SHIRTS 50 REGULAR WW Transport Industry In Profound Change Family Car Whips Bates BY FERRIS Associated Press Writer f The United States is under going a revolution in It is as significant as the shift from the canal barge find the lake steamer to the as pro found as the change from the horse and buggy to the trolley and interurban It affects us It is a revolution which will accelerate enormously in the next few It will leave us a dif ferent country than we were at the end of World War There are these immediate de Railroads all over the country are cutting down on passenger Famousname trains are being curtailed or consolidated just as surely as branch line Says board chairman of the Chicago North Western Our Competitor is the bus or the airplanes It is the private Airplane travel has become the top method of public longdistance Yet the airlines themselves are hard pressed to make wondering how they can finance the movement into the jet The intercity bus line js falling behind in the race to keep up with airplanes and private auto As for urban and suburban a town the last bus has rolled into the the doors have been locked and the company has gone out of Still more lines have cut back on BUS LINES FOLD The bus lines have folded be cause ofloack of The attitude of Gerald a resident physician at Harper Hospital in is typical t drive 10 miles because 1 can make it touch faster than com muting on the Detroit street rail Everywhere there is the auto Three out of every four fam in the United States own a There are 56 million cars 6n the road today compared with 20 million at the end of World War Twelve out of every hundred families own more than one compared with only three such families a decade Suburban living has increased the Improved vehicles have stimulated demand auto matic power steer power greater use of the V8 Cars have grown more As Americans have to buy the cars themselves have undergone a They are This is Detroit style and underneath its wide acceptance a curious re volt appears to be The smaller little less expensive to buy and consider ably cheaper to gain ing Yet the large auto companies are convinced they are giving the public What it Numerous of historys greatest earthquakes took place in the GobiAltai Mountain area of Outer Mongolia last Decem ber reports official Soviets The compared with prehistoric con vulsions of the is said to have moved created new valleys and diverted expedition to the area ports one gigantic crevice 65 feet 155 miles consumer surveys have proved the the lower Most Americans like to roll in a style to other Amer LONG SERVICE PITTSBURGH UP Warden Price asked the county commissioners t o appropriate for a new 100gallon soup kettle for the county The old he has developed leaks after 50 years of MATS Plane Safely After Anxious 1 TOKYO Hi A hup military transport plane landed safely at Vokota air base today after losing a then circling for 6 hours while it used up its fuel supply and jettisoned cargo in preparation for a crash The fourengine military version of the Boeing Strato cruiser had a crew of seven but no passengers The C97 has double wheels on each side and the crippled plane lost only one of its rightside when it took off from Tokyos Haneda International Airport for Wake Island and the United It came in smoothly at 35 miles northwest of using two on the left and the remaining one on the The White pelican is one of the largest American Its wing spread reaches nine Shui ffceittitg frfo 1888 AFTER FLU sore throat you may suffer from TIRED BLOOD Stronger fail wMfcfir f pr monoy bttkt EM TUB cold or tore you may feel Weak afid fun down because of iron deficiency as We call Tired At such a high potency OERITOL can help you win back your strength Check with your after winter if Tired Blood is your problem take liquid or every Feel stronger within seven or your money GERITOL Tom Birk Drug 115 Laurel Tom Birk Drug OPEN NIGHTS This Weejc To Serve All Your Pharmaceutical Needs Laurel GL 73456 Letter To The Editor AGAINST PARK SITE PURCHASE Evening News This is my very first venture in writing to a but I am very curious and all on ac count of the proposed Camp Hay Tongue Point How anybody in their right mind fyould consider such a place for ia pleasure park is beyond my power of it is not a safe parkfor There isnt a single thing there to really attract people except the view and how many children care about a view This is supposed to be a place where children can play and be safe isnt it All I could see was bluffs and definite danger to both chil dren and I talked with two different gen tlemen while out there and both felt the same as I The beach is hardly worth the I talked with a young man lasl night and he told me he had spent three hours going all over the proposed park site and he thought it was place fpr a park and very It is my opinion that if this park site is ever the majority of people will pass i by and go on to Crescent Beach because of its nice long safe beach for I think Walter Schibig should go right ahead and im prove his picnic area and I be lieve he is doing that now anc in the future if he sees fit to charge a small parking dont see why I am not rooting for Mr I de not know the gentle If you can show me one single place you can go for free or any thing you can Id be happy to know about You may ge in but youll pay pne way or the other before you get out Id like to suggest some o this money to be used to pay foi this death trap be used to hire some buses to transport th people out there and look deal over and then let the tax payers have a chance to vote on Now I have it I fee HORTON 110 10th Port Angeles PROTEST TRUMANS STATEMENT Japan iff An organization of Hiroshima atom bomb victims is going to lodge protest against former Presiden Trumans television interview comment that he had qualms about ordering the drop ping of the first atomic bomb A spokesman for the Council of Hiroshima Atom Bomb Viet ims called Trumans statement out He said the councils directors will meet 6 to study means of lodging the The American Historical Soc iety was incorporated in ANNOUNCEMENT Dick Albert t announces that Clinton longtime resident of this is now associated with Alberts Appliance and 4 Friends and customers are in vited in to say hello and enjoy a cup of Rejnember WE OFFER THESE ACCEPTED BRANDS VICTOR MAGNAVOX ACQUAINTED For the next ten days we offer you Special Get Acquainted Values from our regular stock throughout our 529 List Phone GL 78474 Largest Selection of i 3 Topname HiFi Units in Clallam   

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