PRESIDENT KENNEDY ADDRESSES U.N In a major address to the United Nations General Assembly, President John F. Kennedy hails the pause in the Cold War, while taking note of Cuba and Berlin. Then he makes the startling proposal that the United States and the Soviet Union cooperate rather than compete--and together try to put a Man on the Moon.
POLO GROUNDS CLOSES The Polo Grounds is about to give way to arnhousing development. The Mets play their last game there before moving to a new stadium. Except for a few football games in the fall crowds will no longer pour into the Polo Grounds. Casey Stengel, with his wife waves farewell to the Stadium.
CAPITAL PREVIEWS 'CHARADE' Dignitaries of Washington's political and social life turn out for a benefit preview of Universal's movie "Charade" starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn. Mrs. Jackie Kennedy is honorary chairman of the benefit committee for the Stay-in-School Fund. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennedy and the President's sister Mrs. Sargent Shriver are among those attending the gala performance.
U.N. ASSEMBLY OPENS The 18th session of the United Nations General Assembly opens on a note of optimism as representatives of 111 member nations meet to elect a new President for the coming year. The optimism is based on the nuclear test ban treaty and Dr. Carlos Sosa Rodriquez of Venezuela receives all of the votes cast and takes over as Assembly President.
SENATE INVESTIGATIONS SUB-COMMITTEE LOOKS INTO MAFIA The Senate Investigations Sub-Committee gets a gloomy report from Attorney General Robert Kennedy on the rising rate of national crime. Its star witness, however, is convicted murderer-hoodlum, Joseph Valachi, who had been hidden away since he first began confessing to the FBI.
QUINTUPLET BIRTH - 2 The Fischer quintuplets of Aberdeen, South Dakota are doing fine as they pass the critical 72-hour period. Billboards congratulate the family. Dad brings the quintuplets' brothers and sisters to school while Mom recuperates in the hospital. Gifts have poured in and with a new house and magazine contract the future of the Fischer family seems assured.
TAIWAN HARD HIT BY TYPHOON The typhoon season in the Far East begins on a note of tragedy as the Island of Taiwan is hit by Typhoon Gloria. So far nearly one hundred have been found dead and many hundreds injured. As the waters from a 40-hour rain receded a count of destroyed homes passed the 3,000 mark.
GIANTS BEAT THE COLTS After a near-disaster in the first half, the New York football Giants come back in the second half to down the Colts: 37 to 28. The Giants fumble 5 times in the first half to almost hand the game to the Colts. In the second half Y.A. Tittle gets going and quarterbacks the Giants to the decision that send the Baltimore eleven reeling.
QUINTUPLET BIRTH The five children of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fisher of Aberdeen, S.D., took the news in stride. They now have four new sisters and a brother in a quintuplet birth that occurs once in 54,000,000 times. The quints faced heavy odds to become the first United States quints to survive infancy.
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