The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 190, Ed. 1 Friday, August 7, 1959 Page: 3 of 12
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Women Have Better Understanding
Of Foreign Neighbors Than Men
By DOROTHY ROE
Associated Press Women’s Editor
If the women ol the world could
gel together ovei a quilting bee or
a covered-dish supper, there'soon
would be little need for summit
conferences and diplomatic tug-of-
There arc some things that all
women instinctively understand
and enjoy, whether in Iowa, the
Soviet Union or Timbuktu. That’s
conversation about children, reci-
pes, kitchens and clothes.
Striking proof of the common
international language of women
was the sensation created by Pat
Nixon during her recent visit to
the Soviet Union and Poland with
the vice president.
Newsmen accompanying the
Nixon party reported that when
Pat ana her husband took a stroll
down a Moscow street, they prac-
tically stopped traffic. Women
gathered to stare at Mrs. Nixon’s
fashionable pointed shoes, her
smart suit, her attractive hairdo
and modish hat.
In her own sght-seeing about
the city, the friendly, personable
Pat probably did more lo convince
the Russians that Africans are
nice ptsogje than/tould years of
Women the world over know
how to size each other up, wheth-
er they speak the same language
or not. And the women of Mos-
cow had only to look at the vice
president's wife to see that here
was a friendly, happy, cultured
woman. They abo saw her as one
ported again and again after the
many trade fairs in which the
United States has participated
around the world during the last
Representatives of food manu-
facturing companies and appli-
ance manufacturers have brought
back reports of the fascination of
foreign women for such things as
an electric biender, a modern
range, or a oackaged angel food
When people of other countries
can taste American home-cooked
food, can see how American kitch-
ens work, ean Mke a trip through
an American supermarket and
talk, even in sign language, with
American women, understanding
grows by leaps and bounds.
You can’t hate somebody with
whom you've just exchanged rec-
ipes for cornbrcad or pizza.
Pilot Runs Airplane
Over Stunt Course
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) —
Ever see a pilst run an airplane
through an obstacle course on the
S.d Cutter, 25, of Albuquerque,
N. M., pulled that stunt Wednes-
day night. He had to.
Head winds reduced his gas sup-
ply and the engine quit a half-
mile from the Springfield airport.
The small plane came down in
a pasture. Picking his way with
■‘"rl'ng liebts, Cutter hooped a
FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1959
THE ORANGE LEADER
Baptist CA’s Feted
At Swimming Party
j MAURICEVILLE (Spl) - The
junior GAs of the Mauricevijle
Baptist Church were feted at a
. , picnic and swimming party Tues-
(AP) Z V s da? at Arnold's Park in Vidor,
oeen a painful four months for .. .. - ,
Barbara Rowe, 9. but you ^Memb/rs attending were Evelyn
wouldn’t believe it when vou see Phl,mon> Sharon Drake, Susan and
her smile. Kathryn Peveto, Mary Bell, Janice
Barbara, daughter of Mrs A W BishoP- Diane Peveto, Pamela and
Sutphen, was burned over 50 per Pat Johnson, Jan Hornaday, Linda
cent of her body April 25 when Walters. Linda Frederick. Janice
her clothss caught fire as she wilkinson, Lola Dailey and Linda
dumped a basket of trash into an Humble.
igginerator. Adults assisting the counselor,
Since then it has been one skin Mrs. Merton Peveto, were Mrs.
graft after another. She waits in a J. M. Philmon, Mrs. L. E. Drake,
hospital here, surrounded by dells Mrs. Pete Johnson, Mrs. Homer
and stuffed animals sent ner by Bishop, Pete arid Pride Johnson,
well-wishers. James Hornaday and Jackie Phil-
Doctors are grafting skin, inch mon
by inch, over her burned upper)
body and arms. Then they wait!
for skin growth to take more un-
Barbara has grown five new
crops of transplant skin.
Barbara is almost completely)
immobilized. She can move only!
the fingers of her left hand. But)
doctors say she’s progressing well!
and perhaps dan go home next!
who had access to more attrac- fence, steered around a tree, then
five clothes and cosmetics than 4, ar,d
are available to Mrs. Ivan. ond fence.
Similar instances have been re- JSo damage was dorie.
INSTRUCTOR AND WINNERS
Miss Coco, Annette, Kay
stopped against a NQmecj
In Cake Derby
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Girl Collects $35
For Lightning Bugs
cliSeTiV^' CHESTER™™. Md (AP) -
ducted last week by the United!Chns';!ne0 H'mble is mmble s0 she
Gas Co., have been announced. caught 8,140 lrghtnmg bugs this
. , 'summer.
Annette Hardin was presented a _ .. ,, , .
hat box for her devils food cake! .I1 pa',^ *2°; ^or r?e lhve?r'
and Kay Chapman received a flash'? ** .^ir’. ®ot. n?ar,7 , or
camera" for making the winning.hugs in to the biology
German chocolate cake. There . 1 Wa^,n.eton Coll?.f-
were 45 cakes entered in the derby "h"erihe> re U5Pd for sc,cntlf,c
in the Orange Community Center. cn*
The cooking school was sponsored And as champion bus, collector
by the Camp Firp Girls Counciliwhn bpat other children at the
with Mrs. Lida Urquhart. Camp game she collected a bonus of $10.
Fire field director, assisting Pa-
tricia Coco, instructor and dem-
There were 82 bpys and girls in
attendance at the classes.
Honorable mention in the cake
derby went to Brenda Sue Harri-
ses Nettie Dailey, Allan Bean.
Jam? Siddon, Pam Sampson. David
Hasiam and Dianne Doherty.
The judges were Lee Vickers,!
city manager: Mrs. Morgan Jones,
Mrs. W. W. Burnett. Mrs. Frank
Smith and Mrs. Hugh Cox Jr.
New Safety Award
Given to Carrier
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The ,
Navy’s newest honor, the Adm.;-
James H. F 1 a t l e y Memorial!
Award for Aviation Safety, was
presented to "the carrier Ranger
Adm. Herbert G. H ipwood, com-)
mander of the U S. Pacific Fleet,
isaid the Ranger had only six!
!flight deck mishaps, all minor, in:
the past year.
The plaque honors the late Vice
Admiral Flatley who was one of)
World War II’s earliest Naval air'
heroes and a leading advocate of!
aviation safety. |
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From Awful Ordeal
SAGINAW, Mich. (AP) — Mrs.
Sadie Rublowski, 71, cried for help
when she fell in her apartment
and fractured a hip.
She called at intervals for five
Jays. Nobody heard her. A widow,
Mrs. Rublowski lives alone and
;he apartment below is vacant.
Finally, a neighbor called po-
ice after noticing an accjimula-
;ion of milk bottles on the elderly
Officers found Mrs. Rublowski
n a semiconscious state. She had j
lot had food or water during her
The woman was reported recov-
■ring from her injury and malnti-
rition at a hospital today.
Huge Fire Stopped
^fter Long Battle
CRF.STLTNH, Calif. (AP) — The
2,287-acre San Bernardino Meun-
ains fire is under control after
1 five-dav battle.
The 1.800 fire-fighters won their
lattle Thursday night..
Still . ahead is a two-week job
if putting out flareups and smol-
lering embers of timber and
crush in the fire’s 30-mile peri-
Cost of bringing the blaze under
control was estimated hv the U.S.
Forest Service at $350,000.
Officials say the fire was delib-
The fire area is 75 miles east
of Los Angeles.
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 190, Ed. 1 Friday, August 7, 1959, newspaper, August 7, 1959; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth557171/m1/3/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.