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Long Beach Independent Press Telegram (Newspaper) - October 18, 1959, Long Beach, CaliforniaAuthor Boone gets his first movie kiss from Diane Baker above in journey to the Center of the Earth based on Jules Verne classic. At right Pat and his All female family get set to leave Hollywood after completion of film. His Abc to show is seen thursday nights. Ill always remember baseball at my fee by Pat Boone i can to help it. I m an eternal Optimist. I operate on the Assumption that things will always work out Fine its an Assumption that frequently drives my w Ife Shirley nuts. A realist like most wives she operates on the opposite principle that there a a Good Chance Well miss the plane or ill he late for my show or one of our girls will come Down sick. To her life has its ups and Downs. To me its up All the Way. There Are two reasons for my so called perennial optimism. One is that i believe in myself and the second is that i believe in the Power of prayer. Belief in the Power of prayer came earlier in my life. When i was 12 and living in Nashville my Mother gave me a new baseball one afternoon. My family never had much Money and 1 prize that baseball highly. One Day we were playing catch in the Back Vard at my Friend Milford Smiths House. I threw the Ball Over Milford s head and it got lost in the deep grass Ltd find the house1. Just then my Mother having finished her visit with mrs. Smith came out. A Pat a a she called. A time to go. Mother Isnit the kind of woman a 1 2-year old keeps waiting. But i was frantic. I just afford to lose that baseball. Milford and i began an intensive search. We looked everywhere. Mother waited a Little longer then said loudly a a we be got to Milford stopped searching but i just stood there in the Woods for a minute fixed and rigid. I closed my eyes and i muttered a Short simple fervent prayer a please god. Let me find my i opened my eyes and could hear Mother calling again but suddenly i looked Down at my feet. There was the baseball. I can to Tell you what a profound experience that was. From that moment on i came to accept the Power of prayer As part and parcel of life. Believing in prayer and in myself As a Happy enthusiastic worker is responsible for my Rosy View of life. Try the formula on your own living. In a sure you la find that it works. A on Parade can you Glass what these famous men All have in common Herbert Hoover Arthur Godfrey Bing Crosby Joe Dimaggio John l. Lewis Ham s. Truman Frank Sinatra Thomas f Dewey red Skelton Bob Hope steel tycoon Benjamin Fairless supreme court Justice Tom Clark and Gen Omar Bradley the answer each w As once a new paperboy. We mention this because october 17 was designated National news paperboy Day by the proclamation of another one time Carrier president Eisenhower. Its an Honor the boys Well deserve. Each Day of the Vear the nations 700,000 carriers deliver Mil Lions of newspapers. All told our Littlest merchants account for total sales of almost one billion dollars. Having shown such Industry As children its no wonder so Mam sex newspaper boys Are found among the famous. Might it now be Wise then to give your newspaper Bov a Friendly smile and a kind word tomorrow someday he May be president. Jess Gorkin parades editor notes two changes that particularly impressed him during the four years Between his first visit to Russia in 1955, and his recent visit 1 a Middle class accustomed to some of the Good things of life has Arisen 2 the Ordinary russian is speaking rather freely to foreigners a or at least As freely As one can speak in a police state. See Page 6. Our policy makers Hope for easing of world tension from the Khrushchev Lasen Hower visits. But one comment from or. Gorkin a 1955 report should he Rel it rated a the u. S. Must remain Strong and Alert while exploring the bumpy Road to peace and Friendship. A ,. A a the sunday sisb<39 picture Magazine Jess Gorkin editor Donald Wayne Lou Sardella managing editor Art director Morton Yarmon associate managing editor Robert p. Goldman Edwin Kiester or. Charles h. Klensch associate editors Olga Curtis Romni i editor John Devaney sports editor Douglas r. Steinbauer assistant Art director Demetria Taylor Home economics director Virginia Pope fashion editor Jack Anderson Fred Blumenthal Washington Bureau Lloyd Shearer West Toast Bureau Arthur h. Motley president and publisher in 1959, Parade publications inc., 285 Madi son ave., new York 17, n. Y. All rights reserved under International and pan american copyright convention. Reproduction in whole or in part of any article without permission is prohibited Parade Marca Reg. Cover photo by Larry Fried

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