Madison Wisconsin State Journal, November 5, 1962, Page 22

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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - November 5, 1962, Madison, Wisconsin DIAL ALpine 6-3111WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1962 SECTION I, PAGE ll Siak&A. ipoJaiA. Jbif, em Sioksu Ugly Dog Ruins Theory Mans Best Friend No Look-Alike, Anymore There might have been a time in my blissfully ignorant youth—[barked in the driveway and my Mother Tried; Killed Thalidomide' Baby LIEGE, Belgium (UPI) - A young mother goes on trial here today, accused of murdering her armless baby which she is convinced was deformed by thalidomide. Police said Mrs. Suzanne Copei Vande Putte, 24, has admitted giving the week-old girl, her first that period of my life which blossomed into a blissfully ignorant wife shouted, “My lord", what ana ^ose barbituratPS Japan Envoy to U.S. Said Part of Shuffle TOKYO (UPI)—Rvuji Takeuchi. 59, a career diplomat, soon may be named Japanese ambassador to the United States, the English-language Japan Times said Sunday. The front-page story quoted “diplomatic sources” as saying SUPER VALU III 2038 JENIFER Phone CH 4-6646 We Civ* Cold Cond Stamp! Early Week Specials adulthood—when I might have agreed with the old saw that a man ugly dog!” that Foreign Minister Masayoshi to save it from a wretched ex- Ohira is considering a major re- tends to resemble his dog and vice-versa. But not anymore. There even was a time when I went about gathering evidence to back up the dog-man resemblance theory. I found, for example, any number of dog owners who looked stratlingly like their dogs. It was frightening. Some ‘Examples’ Rat terriers were owned by skinny people with sharp noses. Great, shaggy sheep dogs were owned by great, shaggy people. Loose-jowled coonhounds with floppy ears, were, of course, the pets of people similarly endowed. When it came time for me to get my first dog, it turned out to be a cocker spaniel, which everyone said was “cute as a pup.” In application of the dog-man resemblance theory, this naturally meant that I apparently did not appear too offensive to the general public. I think I even asked my mother at one point if she didn't think she said, "Yes son, you do look like a dog. It comes from your father’s side of the family.” Beagle Leaves As age crept onto me, I went through a dogless period, ending up finally with a beagle. This beagle was a rather streamlined dog, giving the impression of great speed and boundless energy. I wasn’t too upset when I recalled the dog-man resemblance theory. I am, after all, abit streamlined myself, I must modestly admit. The beagle chose, shortly after his first anniversary in my house, to go out into the world on his own. He disappeared, leaving not a hair of a clue as to what he was up to. I mourned for an appropriate time, and then one day in a fit of morose apparently, drove into the country and acquired a new . istenrp ” “It is not an ugly dog,” I re- j ‘ ,,    ’    , . .    . toned “It is a wringer snanieli Charged with conspiracy to mur- lUI Leu, IL IS Cl S|H lliKCi 01 Jail it. I j    % ti iv    i ,    j    , i i i i der are her husband. Jean Vande and they are supposed to look like!,    ., ^ t „    Pntte, 54; her mother, Mrs. Fernande Yenta; her sister, “You all?” mean so droopy and my dog and I looked alike. As dog. The dog-man resemblance semble his dog, had better ease Theory Is Done I didn’t even bother to answer, because at that very second, the dog-man resemblance thing h i t me and I looked sharply at my new dog. It could not be. The theory is done. I do not look like my dog. My dog has the appearance of a man in the throes of a terrible hangover. His eyes are bloodshot, his jaw sags, and his nose is large and sensitive. I don’t know how I could have been so foolish in the first place as to think there was anything to |ag behind those of other profes-the man-dog theory.    sjons    an(j    increases    are    the Sheer nonsense, and I shall onjy way to attract recruits, henceforth instruct all those in-__ shuffle of diplomats. Takeuchi now holds the rank of vice-foreign minister. The paper said the present am- ,    j    .    .    .. .bassador in Washington, Hoc Iro Mon,que    Co,pol;    and    the    hmdj    wffl    ^ doctor, Jacques Casters, who is1 accused of prescribing the barbiturates. British Doctors Ask $67-$81 Pay Boosts LONDON (UPI)—The medical practitioners’ union has called for wage increases of between $67.20 and $81.20 a week for family doctors in England, it was learned Sunday. The doctors have complained that their pay standards under the National Health Service program A 4 STOKER COAL ★ Our Own Good Valu SLICED BACON Order Your Thanksgiving; Turkey Non! SPECIALISTS Castle & Doyle AL 5-0011 terested, particularly within my| circle of associates, that anyone who says that a man tends to re- near as I can recall her answer, it affirmed my suspicion. I think business never entered my head up on his consumption of fruit until the animal and I disem-1 juices. Congo Parliament Ben Bella Accepts Meets Amid Crisis Red China Invitation TOKYO (UPI)—Algerian Premier Ahmed Ben Bella has accepted an invitation to visit Com- LEOPOLDVILE, TheCongo —Parliament meets today in the same crisis atmosphere that has plagued this African nation, . A _..    „ . .    ,.    ,.A A _ since it gained independence twojmumst Chi"*’ '“I”* rad'° sald|vis,t t0 JaPan Sunday. No date has been set for tne visit. The radio said that a written invitation from Chinese Premier Chou En-lai asked Ben Bella to Sukarno Starts 2-Week Stay With Japanese TOKYO (UPI) - Indonesian President Sukarno arrived here Sunday on an official two-week STOP THE REPUBLICAN SALES TAX ON FOOD years ago. Premier Cyrille A d o u I a’s regime is at stake, with fear the show of democracy may plunge the country into a dictatorial rule. Opposition members are claim-lvenience.” ing strength enough to overthrow- the moderate premier, who ps-j sumed power in August, 1961, as a compromise choice between rival factions. Two hotly contested issues will | face Parliament—the United Nations plan for a new federal constitution favored by Adoula, and a political amnesty demanded by I Katanga’s President Moise Tshombe and other Congolese leaders. An Indonesian embassy spokes-! man said that Sukarno came to • Tokyo on an “unofficial” visit andj that there is “nothing special” be ) ing arranged for him. Sukarno is Vote DEMOCRATIC * dt it 'pc St a- Elect REYNOLDS GOVERNOR Authorized end paid for by Wisconsin for Reynolds Committee. Carl Thompson, Chairman. Stoughton, Wia. ★ Flavorful 252 Size 3 JUICE ORANGES ★ Reg. 39c Tom Thumb PUMPKIN PIE...... DOZ. 22 OZ. WE GIVE GOLD BOND STAMPS come to Red China “at his con- expected to meet with Emperor iHirohito during his stay in Japan ADVERTISEMENT Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain Italy Observes 44th Year of War I End ROME (UPI)—Italy observed th, 44th anniversary of th. ,nd ofjJSby rhSnSC World War I Sunday with wreath- Pain was relieved promptly, laying ceremonies at the Tomb of And, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction or re- New York, Ti. Y. C^peeial) -For th* first tim* acienee has found a new healing substance with the astonishing abihty to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In one hemorrhoid case after another “very striking improvement” was reported and veri te Unknown Soldier and open house at all military installations Representatives of the Italian presidency, Senate, Chamber of Deputies, government, and military and veterans’ organizations traction (shrinking) took place. And most amazing of all — this improvement was maintained in cases where a doctor’s observations were continued over a period of many months! In fact, results were so thor- .1 filaced Lur,, wreath, before the tomb. ments aa “Piles have ceased to be a problem!” And among these sufferers weT* a very wide variety of hemorrhoid conditions, some of IO to 20 years’ standing. All this, without the use of narcotics, anesthetics or astringents of any kind. The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne#)— tha discovery of a world-famous research institution. Already, Bio-Dyne is in wide use for healing injured tissue on a1! parts of the body. This new healing substance is offered in tvppository or ointment form called Preparation H*. Ask for individually sealed convenient Preparation H Suppositories or Preparation H Ointment with special applicator. Preparation H is sold at all drug counters. KEEP U. S. SENATOR WILEY WINNING FOR YOU )AND WISCONSIN! RESPECTED LEADER Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Senator Wiley emerge from a Foreign Relations Committee meeting. Senator Wiley is the only Wisconsin man ever to serve as chairman of this (vital committee. In the reeentCubarv crisis, President Kennedy Immediately called Senator Wiley to his side. Just great now, through those big, rose-colored glasses! But, as he grows up, will he still be sure he picked the right Dad? He certainly will when he gets to know how much you care. Meanwhile, wouldn't it be well to take a look through your own glasses at your family security plans? Have you provided for the things beyond your control—accidents, a long illness, disability, even death? This is where BMA can help. We have a plan that protects you and your family three ways— with $10,000 or more immediate protection, with savings for the future, ready cash for emergencies. It’s called the Preferred 80-Pay Savings Protection Plan, and it’s one of the carefully designed, modem life and health insurance contracts to fit every personal and business need. Why not get the details from your BMA representative today? — ---^ BUSINESS MEN'S ASSURANCEB IVE A. J __Home    office: Union Station Plaza, Kansas City 41, Missourii Insurance • Health Insurance • Hospitalization • Major Medical Expense • Group Plans • Annuities Call Your RMA Representative: Stanley Jensen—424 North Patterson—Phone: AL 6-2328 Clarence Kronernan—2453 Upham Street—Phone: CH 9-3568 Kenneth Streiff—4254 Doncaster Drive—Phone: CE 3-8979 Emily Widen—3829 Monona Drive—Phone: CH 9-1956 i Rasmussen—Box 66—Brooklyn, Wisconsin—Phone: GI 5-3204 dan Wiedel—203 South Rutland Street-Brooklyn, Wisconsin-Phone.- GI 5-2605 ranch Office: 2500 North 108th Street-Milwaukee 13, Wisconsin-Phone: BL 8-3831 Gilbert A. Diehl, Branch ManagerNOTED STATESMAN Germany’s Chancellor Adenauer greets the man who warned of Peart Harbor IO months before it happened. Students of gov* ernment know that SenatorWiiey has one of Washington's best “batting averages” in predicting the future. We need his insight and foresight now more than evertHow do YOU look to him? *    31    __    Authorized    and    paid    for    by    the    Wisconsin    Wiley-for-Senator    Club,    808    North    3rd    Street,    Milwaukee,    Wisconsin,    B    E.    Hotvedt,    Pres. Co-Authcr cf th© G. I. Bill Fighter for the Seaway Dairyland BoosterWISCONSIN’S STRONG VOICE «.. on the Senate Space, Foreign Relations, and Judiciary Committees. Senator Wiley gives you a strong voice in Washington, fighting creat'vefy against the cunning forces of Communism. President Eisenhower has this to say about Senator i Wiley: “I salute Senator Alexander Wiley, whose many years of service have produced lasting gams for our country and for the State of Wisconsin.” ;

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