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MANN 10 1ELL
' OF JUNGLE TRIPS
Films Also to Be Shown at
First of National Geo
graphic Lectures.
"* An illustrated version of their nine
month trek through the tropical islands
of the East Indies to collect rare ani
mals for the Washington Zoo will be
given November 12 by Dr. and Mrs.
William M. Mann as the first of 19
lectures to be presented by the Na
tional Geographic Society this fall
and winter.
The "modem Noah" and his wife
.will be only two of many noted scien
f tints, travelers and explorers who will
appear in the series to report with
words and pictures on their experiences
In distant lands and their discoveries
Of new wonders of nature.
Dr. Mann will relate his experiences
while leading the National Geographic
Smlthsonian Expedition to Sumatra,
and his story will be accompanied by
motion pictures. The series of 19
w lectures will be held at 8:15 o'clock
' on Friday nights in Constitution Hall.
Forman to Speak.
Among lecturers will be Harrison j
Forman, who is just back after filming
many war scenes during seven months
of travel through China. Forman also
Visited Mongolia and Tibet.
Japan und^r present war conditions
Will be described by Pherbia Thomas,
a sister of Lowell Thomas, radio com
mentator and author.
Sound motion pictures of Hawaii will
be presented by George T. Armitage
and Burton Holmes will tell of his
11-week expedition through South
* Africa, the Belgian Congo and Mada
gascar.
Mrs. Johnson Will Talk.
Mrs. Martin Johnson, widow of the
famous explorer, who has recovered
4 from the airplane accident which!
proved fatal to her husband, will ex- '
hiblt a symposium of the best motion
pictures of wild life taken by herself
and her husband during 27 years of
exploration.
The adventures of the Geographic
United States Navy expedition to a
mid-Pacific island last June to film
an eclipse of the sun will be described
by Capt. J. F. Hellweg and Dr. S. A.
Mitchell.
i Other subjects will be new pictures
of the sun, moon and planets, travel
pictures of the Shetland Islands,
v Portugal, England, Scotland, and an
account of a stormy voyage around
Cape Horn. New miracles of science
Will be shown, including slow-motion
moving pictures of the flight of a
bullet. The latest sound pictures of
wild birds and their songs and close
ups of native birds and animals of
the Northwest are other features.
t Program Outlined.
The program announced yesterday
^ follows:
November 12—"Playing Noah,” by :
William and Lucile Mann.
November 19—"Under Fire in J
Chi*a.” by Harrison Forman.
November 26—"Land of the Rising j
Bun,” by Pherbia Thomas.
December 3—“Holiday in Hawaii," j
by George T. Armitage.
December 10—"African Adventure,” j
by Burton Holmes.
* December 17—"Jungles Calling,” by
Mrs. Martin Johnson,
January’ 7—“The Sun and Moon Be
come :Movie Stars," by Robert R.
,/McMath.
January 14—“Edge of the World,”
a motion picture depicting life in the
Shetland Isles.
January 21—"Eclipse Adventures
on a. Desert Isle,” by Capt. J. F.
Hellw’eg and Dr. S. A. Mitchell.
January 28—"New’ Miracles in Na- ;
ture,” by Arthur C. Pillsbury.
February 4—“A Magic Carpet to
Portugal,” by W. Robert Moore.
February 18—"By Way of Cape
Horn in a Yacht,” by Capt. Warwick
M. Thompkins.
February 25—“See the Unseen in |
High-speed Motion Pictures,” by H. j
E. Edgerton.
March 11—"Wanderers of the
Wilds," by Wendall Chapman.
March 18—“By Canoe Across Eng
land and Scotland,” by Amos Burg.
March 25—"A Season with Camera
and Microphone,” by Arthur A. Allen.
April 1—‘‘Home on the Range,” by
Charles J. Belden.
Lecture subjects for February 11
and March 4 will be announced later.
Heads Merrymakers.
CLINTON, Md„ Oct. 30 (Special).—
Miss Mary Frances Owynn has been
chosen president of the MerrymaJters
4-H Club of Clinton, with Mius Mae
Caswell, vice president; Miss Orace
Gwynn, secretary, and Miss Helen
AlTron, treasurer.
“Cried a Little, Prayed a Lot?
Says Youth Trapped 12 Hours
By the Associated Press. -
CHELMSFORD, Mass., Oct. 30.—
An exhausted red-eyed youth of 19
who lay trapped for 12 hours in a
shifting sandbank today told how
during the long night hours he "cried
a little and prayed a lot" and once
when an avalanche completely buried
him "knew” he was going to die.
And then as dawn broke and while
hundreds of tense volunteer workers
held their breaths, a crew of Lowell
sewer department employes, who had I
cautiously built a crib around the im
prisoned Manuel Camacho, carefully
drew his bruised body from the sand
and rushed him to a hospital.
"My legs are a little sore, but I'm
all right,” he murmured through
chattering teeth. At Lowell Hospital
he was treated for general exhaustion
and given intravenous Injections of
nourishment. X-ray pictures disclosed
no broken bones.
The accident occurred while Ca
macho was helping load a truck.
“I couldn't breathe,” he said, ”1
knew I was going to die. Then I felt
some one's fingers clutching at my
hair through the sand. I cried, 'Don’t
let that damn thing come down again.’
''Some one gave me a crucifix to
hold. I couldn’t help but cry a little
and I prayed a lot.
‘‘My father came down, I remem
ber, and talked to me. Things were
becoming hazy and far away. Some
one gave me some brandy and later
coffee and a sandwich.
"A priest leaned over and talked to
me. I was weak but heard him say,
‘Pray and everything will be all right.'
He told me to hold fast to the cruci
fix. I did. Even when I was using
my one free hand to help scoop the
sand,beneath me I would not let it go."
Cautiously rescue workers drove
planks into the sand, forming a square
barricade to check further slides in
the 35-foot bank. Then workers
shoveled the sand out from under the
imprisoned youth.
CHEVERLY CITIZENS
By a Staff Correspondent of The Star.
CHEVERLY, Md„ Oct. 30.—Lee V.
Irwin ha* been elected president of
the Cheverly Citizens’ Association, suc
ceeding F. W. Nickel who served four
years.
Other officers elected were Charles
E. Bentley, first vice president; Arthur
P. Buck, second vice president; A. E.
Montague, secretary, and H. R. Cop
ping, treasurer. Delegates named to
attend the Federation of Citizens’ As
sociations of Prince Georges County
ire Mr. Irwin, Mr. Nickel, F. W. Oast,
Mrs. D. A. Gurney and Mr. Bentley.
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