Port Angeles Evening News from Port Angeles, Washington on May 8, 1957 · Page 12
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CftfSW COtf 8 "OYSRSV1LLE, lown tfl — Now the beauty salons arc fretting appointment requests from the men. The reason: barbershops recently advanced the price of haircuts to $1.50. Beauty shops charge their clients—usually women—only $1.00. Announcement to Families and Friends of ORGANIZED LABOR MFJItBERS Or LOCAL No. Ml are fmploycd at the following retail stores: APPLIANCE, FURNIftJllB AND FLOOR COVERING! Atifeleft Furniture Co. Eighth Street Furnace Modern Floor* Scanlans Furniture Co. AUTO SUPPLIES: Port Angelas Auto Supply BAKERY: Sunrise Bakery Sandison Bakery DEPARTMENT STORES: J. C. Penney Company Millers Department Store Montgomery Ward Co. DRUGS: Brown Rexall Drug Co. Elk Drug Company Tom Birk Drug Company, FOOD: Clallam Co-op. Grocery Estes Grocery and Market Fryar's Grocery Grandview Grocery Store K & K Fine Foods Linkletters Fine Foods McGlenns Food Store Marlatts Food Store Safeway Stores Inc. Smith Brothers Grocery Tradewell Stores, Inc. West Dependable HARDWARE: Willsons Hardware Vannausdles Hardware JEWELRY: Filion Jewelry Store I " LADY SPECIALTY: Sassy Shop Teen Town MEN'S HABERDASHERIES: Hankins Men's Store The Toggery SPORTING GOODS: Olympic Recreation • .SHOE: Blocks Shoe Store Family Shoe Store VARIETY: Diamond Sc to $1.00 Store Knudson Variety Store IT'S SMART TO SHOP IN STORES THAT EMPLOY UNION LABOR! PATRONIZE THEM! Retail Clerks Union, Local No. 381 Dane! Vaughn Tracy, See. P. O. Box 832, Port Angeles, Wuh. SIDEWALK SHINE — Film Mar Marlon Brando pauses during walk In Kyoto, Japan, to have his shoes cleaned by a female bootblack. He's In Japan to make scenes for a rnovl*. Oregonian Reporters Checking More Details On Pulitzer Prize Winning News Story VORTLAND W — Reporters Wally Turner and Bill Lambert were out of town Tuesday, check* ing more details in the continuing news story lor which they won a Pulitzer prize Monday. Turner, 3!>, and Lambert, 36, reporting team for The Oregonian, each .will receive $1,000 for their articles reporting vice and corruption involving public officials and certain officers of the Teamsters Union here. The first of their series of 12 articles appeared in the news* paper on April 19, 1956. They rocked the city and since have been looked into by four grand juries and the Senate labor-rackets committee. To date, 41 persons have been Indicted on more than a hundred state charges. They include Dlst. Atty. William Langley, Portland Mayor Terry Schrunk, and Oregon Teamster chief Clyde C. Crosby. The story began early in 1956 when Turner was assigned to do a story on persons connected with location of a sports center here. They had dealings with the plnball industry, so Turner called on Portland gambler Big Jim Elkins who. also had some connections with the industry. Elkins hinted about Teamster Union racketeering, and eventually produced recordings of room conversations which he sa id linked the district attorney with wrong-doing. HOW IT STARTED And that, says Managing Editor Robert C. Noteon, is how It started. Lambert was assigned to work with Turner and ever since then, the two reporters have been on the story. "We have achieved some reasonable progress," said Notson... "The public tends to get apathetic and the underworld relies on that sort of thing ... We have kept the fire under it." The Pulitzer award, for local reporting in .which edition time is not a factor, is the third the pair have won for their vice series. Earlier they won the Heywood Broun award for reporting and the Sigma Delta Chi award for public service. Turner, a graduate of the University of Missouri, has been with The Oregonian since 1943. Lambert joined the newspaper's staff in 1951. I Una Turner Says She's Had It; Won't Marry Again % BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD MV-"Mot me; no sir. I'll never gel married again." These familiar words came from an unfamiliar soiifee—Lana Turner. Many .a recently divorced star utters the same sentiment. But Luna! This is too much I "Don't you think I've just about had it?" she reasoned. She had a point there, She has been married five times to four men — Artie Shaw, Steve Crane twice, Bob Tipping and Lex Barker, from whom she recently separated. I reminded her that her fiat Clark Gable made a similar no* marriage edict — and some time later married for the fifth time, to Kay Spreckels. "That's right; he did," she reflected, adding with a giggle, "Well, you have to make conversation." She said she hadn't started dating again. "I haven't got any playmates," she pouted. No doubt the situation will improve as soon as this word gets around. Perhaps as an antidote to unhappiness, Lana has plunged herself into work. She is now making "The Lady Takes a Flyer" with Jeff Chandler, her first film in almost a year and a half. During her lunch hours, she is undergoing fittings for wardrobe in "Peyton Place," which she starts the day after she finishes "Lady." "I only wish I could have started this grind with a little more energy," she remarked. "I haven't worked since a year ago November, when I finished "The Rains of Rancbipur." "EVERYTHING HAPPENED" "But Just before I started this picture everything happened. There was the marriage breaking up, the television show with Bob Hope, and the business with my daughter." She referred to Cheryl's refusal to return to a private school, choosing to adventure on skid row. The girl is now in a public school and happy. After her long years under straight salary at MOM, Lana is going for the dough. Her deal for the current picture at 'Universal- International gives her SO per cent of the profits. Prospectors still are searching for the Lost Dutchman gold mine in Superstition Mountain south- esat of Phoenix, Arizona. Explosions Rush July 4 Season &AVTOK, Ohio (£)—Two explosions sent a wild, brilliant 4is< play of fireworks soaring 600 feet into the sky, leveled two storage sheds and set off fires that caused an estimated $35,000 to 140,000 in damages at the United Fireworks Go. last night. A fireman who suffered a minor leg injury was the only casualty reported. It Was the 12th explosion at the S lant since the company was nmded in 1931. Twelve persons have perished in the blasts. Three died In an explosion In April 1954, and the last victim was killed in December '1955. Firemen said a storage shed filled with aerial fireworks blew Up last night. Later, after firemen had already started fighting the blate, a second explosion completely demolished a nearby shed housing powder and other explosives. Walter Bleacher, owner of the company, estimated damage at between $35,000 and $40,000. None of the 200 employees were on duty at the time of the explosions. It has not been determined what caused the blast. notnotse HIM* EH NEW YORK. (/F)—Curiosity made Davkl Dachs Write ft book—the first crosscountry guide for theater fans to summertime show business. "The popularity of hot»weather theater is growing constantly," ex* jjlains t)achs, "but no one ever got all the information into one place for fans who like to go traveling on vacation and see shows too." Dachs has been compiling his data for two years, and in "Straw hat 1957" lists barns, tents, festivals and pageants In 34 states and also Canada,plus where to stay and where to eat, SCHEDULE BAROMETER MINNEAPOLIS, AP — Minneapolis Laker Coach Johnny Kundla doesn't need a schedule to tell him when a tough road trip is coming up. "My stomach tells me," Kundla explains. "It never fails. I get queasy and the food doesn't taste good." 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Picked from among more than 36,000 teenagers who are CAF members, they will trade places, temporarily, with their counterparts in 21 other countries. The cadets will come here July 11 for a four-day briefing period. They then will be flown in Air Force transports to their foreign destinations, where they will spend three weeks touring the country, visiting airports and flying foreign aircraft. The youths named Tuesday by Maj. Gen. Walter R. Agee, national CAP commander, include: Jere A. Anderson, Camas, Wash., to France; Gary D. Walters, Seattle, to Mexico; Lynn C. Hanks, Idaho Falls, Idaho, and Jerry B. Hasemer, Bremerton, Wash., both to Cuba; David F. Sherman, Pocatello, Idaho, to Turkey, and Harvey D. Chandler, Portland, to Great Britain. 1st U. Andrew McCall, Vancouver, Wash., will toe the CAP senior escort officer for the contingent going to Belgium. 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