"BATTLE HYMN" HERO, COL. HESS VISITS KOREAN CHILDREN Air Force Colonel Dean Hess, the famed "Flying Parson" of World War Two andrnKorea, revisits the hundreds of Korean orphans who are now his wards, after his rescue of them from battle zones and founding of an orphanage. A modern new building is under construction now--to which is pledged his earnings from his book 'Battle Hymn" and the forthcoming U-I film of the same name.
HARMON AWARDS The Harmon Awards for outstanding achievements in aviation, are presented by President Dwight D. Eisenhower, at the White House. Honored are the world's fastest woman pilot, and the pilot of the first round-the-world commercial jet flight.rnrn
CARRIER SAILS In San Francisco, the carrier Yorktown takes on a full complement of jet fighters and sails on an undisclosed mission, as the Navy goes on the alert, dispersing its forces for action to meet world crisis.
HUNGARIAN REFUGEES IN HOLLAND Like every country in the free world, Holland opens its doors and hearts to refugees fleeing from the ravaged homeland of Hungary. 1300 will be offered new lives, and new hope, in little Holland.
PARIS AUTOMOBILE SALON High style marks the 43rd Paris automobile salon, tops in prestige, attracting celebrities in the audience and the world's most elegant, and advanced automotive designs from every industrial nation. Back in the U.S., the experimental Dart is tested--an aerodynamically designed car, hand-built in Italy, that gives a glimpse of tomorrow.
POPE RECEIVES LIBERIAN HEAD President William V. Tubman of Liberia and his family, join the long roster of world leaders who have visited the Vatican and been received by the Pope. His Holiness presents the head of the all-Negro republic a Blessed Medal.
JAPAN JOINS THE U.N. Japan becomes the 80th member of the United Nations. Foreign Minister Shigemitsu accepts the seat for his country, whose entry into World War II united the Big Three and ultimately resulted in the formation of therninternational body.
BABE' DIDRIKSON DIES "Babe" Didrikson Zaharias dies of cancer at the age of 42, and sports lovers everywhere mourn the passing of the beloved "world's greatest woman athlete." Highlights of her truly fabulous career, from the 1932 Olympics, where she burst into fame, to the present are reviewed.
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