Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 28, 1965 · Page 10
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;10 - Wed,, April 28,1965 Redlands Daily Facts TELEVISION IN REVIEW By RICK DU BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPD-There is a special sorrow that Ed- %vard R. Murrow, who died Tuesday of cancer, will not be with us to take part in the new era of transatlantic satellite television that begins Sunday. ^ On that day, the Early Bird satellite, which will be capable 6£ continuous transmissions between America and Europe, will inaugurate the era with a one-hour broadcast at 1 p.m. EDT. And no one was more responsible than Murrow for making broadcasting aware of its potential, and necessary maturity in international reporting, starting with his memorable and often heroic radio programs from Europe in World War II. . These programs were not only the start of his journey to becoming one of the most influential and best-known newsmen of his time, but led to the building by CBS of the first overseas broadcasting reportin; staff of any scope. Later, in television, though he is best remembered for his "See It Now" and "Person to Person" programs, he again was pointing the way to broadcasting's international potential with his 'small world" shows, linking guests in far-flung locales. Broadcasting, by simple tech nical progress or perhaps with another pioneer, surely would have developed competent overseas reporting staffs anyway eventually. But no one can deny Murrow's prominence in speeding the day when the news and public affairs workers of television unseated the entertainment hucksters in terms of value to the medium and became virtually its only justification for existence. Most important, what Murrow brought to his job and to the image of his profession in broadcasting was every bit as crucial as the technical developments that helped him anc others in television news grow in significance. What he brought was courage and a conscience To many, he. symbolized the conscience of the best in tele vision news. Even those who disagreed with him at times could not gainsay his courage After such times, is it any wonder that there are many viewers who are distressed at what a mouse video has become in controversy? BACKSTAIRS AT THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON (UPD—Back- stairs at the White House: - President Johnson summed up a lot when he surveyed his 17-year-old daughter Luci with a proud eye last Saturday and remarked: "I never really know when she's going to do what her father does instead of what her mother wishes she and her father both might do." . Which meant that Luci to an increasing degree has become a dainty chip off the old block. And even her father can't help laughing at the results. comment was crowned Luci His made foregoing after he By Alvia Spivak United Press International "Luci was having such a fine time I just couldn't resist the temptation to come and participate. And Luci gave me no choice, because she said she needed more ballpoint pens." Like her father, Luci enjoys being written about in the newspapers — but becomes irate about inaccuracies and is quick to correct them. "That takes the plaid rabbit!" she exclaimed some weeks ago when a weekly news magazine said she and her sister, Lynda Bird, would be making a grand tour of Europe this summer. Luci also became furious when someone prematurely announced in advance had been accepted that she at the Georgetown University school of nursing. The someone in this case was her father, and he confessed later that Luci had reprimanded him for talking too soon. This did not escape the notice PAINTING THE SKY—Trailing an abstract design in smoke across the blue, members of the British "Red Devils" sky-diving team and the "Golden Knights," leading U.S. Army jumpers team up at Aldershot, England. It was part of the largest sky-diving demonstration seen in Britain. The British junipers trained with the American team at Fort Bragg, N.C., for a month. Day in Sacramento By United Press International The Governor Judge — Names Los Angeles lawyer Conrad J. Moss to re- PKU—74-0, provides tests to determine rare phenylketonuria disease in newborn babies (AB 12 Greene). Food—50-22. permits counties place retired Judge Maurice C. to part i c j p ate in federal food Sparling or. Los Angeles Supcn- stamp prog ram (AB759 Me Mil of administration aides and| used par(s Queen of the 12th international Azala festival at Norfolk, Va. The only major difference between their activities was that Luci announced in advance she would attend and her father, true to form, flew to Norfolk on a few hours' notice after the White House denied all week that he would go. •But prior to Johnson's arrival newsmen who had been partyj Luci enjoyed a madcap few! so similar scoldings by the days in which—like her dad—! Chief Executive, who even has she ran consistently behind'been known to change a plan if schedule, tried to get in as jit was written up in the papers many events and see as many before he made it official, people as she could, stopped an The President, significantly entire motorcade at a hamburger stand and treated everyone, and met as many demands as possible for autographs. ' The President observed: or Court bench. Assembly (April 27) Measures approved: Committee and other actions: Veterans—Military and Veter- Farm — 77-0. requires farm Jans Affairs Committee approves labor buses and trucks to beibill raising size of Cal Vet loans equipped with passengers' sig-!from S15.000 to $20,000. Also endorses measure permitting a veteran to refinance his home with Cal Vet loan. Billboards—Elections and Re- naling devices. (AB903 Dymal- 17). Television — 67-0. requires manufacturers of television picture tubes to designate new and'apportionment Committee re- Soto). perhaps, told reporters he had learned his lesson and wouldn't be divulging any of Luci's intentions before him to do so. she authorized King seeks fo enfisf freedom corps workers : WEST LOS ANGELES (UPI) 4-Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Tuesday called for 2,000 student volunteers for a "domestic freedom corps to work this summer in a voter registration drive in 120 southern communities, s Peaking before 4,500 students at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) campus, King said there already had been much progress in the Negro civil rights movement. "But," he added, "we have a long way to go before the prob- racial injustice is fern of solved." ; The Nobel Peace Prize winner said that the solution of the civil rights problem is "morally compelling" and referred to those who have died in its pursuit. jects measure to let 18-year-old vote. Elections — Elections and Reapportionment Committee ap proves bill tightening other challenge regulations. Guns — Criminal Procedure Committee kills measure to require certain buyers of con WASHINGTON" (UPD—U. S.icealed weapons to be finger Scientists find huge valley scientists have discovered drowned valley, far larger in places than the Grand Canyon, one to three miles beneath thej a printed. Senate (April 27) Measures approved: Doctors — Broadens grounds Andaman Sea in the Indian!for disciplining doctors to in Ocean. | elude negligence, incompetence The valley is 600 miles longiand immorally (SB403 Stiern). and 25 miles wide and is walled j Guns _ Exempts antique fire- by towering mountains. It ex-, arms from con cealable weapons tends from the northern tip ofj regu | at j ons w hen carried in Sumatra in the Indonesian Arch"If a man has not discoveredj jpelago to jj a rcondam Island, something he is willing to die for, he isn't fit to live," King added. 250 miles southwest of Rangoon, Burma. Its length is about equivalent to the distance be- The Baptist minister called hveen Washington, D. C., and upon the students to join him in a massive drive in 120 communities, where voter registration drives will occur. He said his groups needs 2,000 students to work in what he termed a "domestic freedom corps." King called it the Summer Committee to Organize Political Activity (SCOPE), and said it would work in the southern communities after the latest civil rights legislation on voting rights is passed by Congress. He said the students would be needed to inform the Negroes of their rights under the bill. TIZZY By Kate Osann •3s anything wrong, Philip? Yon haven't called me in over a year!" Chicago. Some see pink elephants THOUSAND OAKS (UPI) — The customer in Lupe's Cafe was sipping a tall cool one Sunday night when he glanced out the window. 'If I'm not mistaken." the customer told the bartender, "that's a hippopotamus o u t there." The bartender looked out the window and saw a pair of eyes staring back at him. "You ain't just a whistlin' Dixie," he said. A quick telephone call to Jungleland, the wild animal compound across the street from the cafe, brought a trainer over on the double. "She's real tame," said the trainer as he led three-ton Lila back to her cage, "I guess she got curious." cars (AB397 Donovan). Discrimination — Adds "Na- ional origin" to several state anti - discrimination laws (AB- i78 Elliott). Committee and other action: Welfare—Social Welfare Committee approves measure encouraging birth control pro- rams for the needy along with nine other bills revising welfare programs. Students —Judiciary Commit- .ee approves bill to let University of California officers order outsiders to leave campus. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 34448 Superior Court of the State of Call fornia. for the County of San Bernardino. Estate of LUCIEN H. GEKVAIS. also known as LUCIEN HOMER GERVAIS, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against the said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the clerk of the above entitled court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the law office of John P. O'Connor 35249-B Yucaipa Boulevard, Yucaipa California, which is the place ol business of the undersigned in a\ matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within six months after the first publication of this notice. Dated April 9, 1965. HELEN O. GERVAIS. Administratrix of the Estate of the above named decedent. JOHN P. O'CONNOR, 35249-B Yucaipa Boulevard, Yucaipa, California, Telephone 797-0097, Attorney for. Administratrix. (First publication April 14, 1965) Sell No-Loaier-Needed Article! • Thru Facti- Classified Ad> ' CALL PV 3-3221 TODAY Brown calls for overhaul of welfare structure LOS ANGELES (UPI) —Gov Edmund G. Brown today calle( for a complete overhaul of the state's present welfare struc lure. Brown said he would ask thi legislature as part of hi second - phase budget to appro priate $100,000 to finance a sys tern analysis of welfare admin istration in California by th' state's aerospace industry. "Their approach will be a top to-bottom challenge of every thing we do and why we do and the way we do it," Brown told the annual Conference o Health and Welfare sponsorec by the California Association fo Health and Welfare. Brown promised, "there wi be no sacred cows, no doctrin safe from scrutiny." The governor said the cos and size of welfare rolls wouli not be reduced until the skill and education of the low-incom population were upgraded. NBC to televise AFL games in color this fall SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI)— The sports director of Nationa Broadcasting Co. (NBC) sail Monday that the network wouli televise at least one American Football League (AFL) gam in color each week during thi football season. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap pliances will find a ready mar ket through Classified Ads. ROOFTOP REFUGE — This Fulton, III., householder moved his washing machine and other precious household belongings 'to the roof in hopes they would be safe from the rampaging Mississippi River. (NEA Telephoto) FIRE ON THE FLOOD—Flames swept a business building completely surrounded by Mississippi River floodwaters at Dubuque, Iowa. Fire-fighting equipment had to be transported by boat to the pre-dawn blaze. (NEA Telephoto) VIET NAM PATROL — U.S. Marines check a defense perimeter near Hue in South Viet Nam's northern border region, scene of clashes with Viet Cong guerrillas. (NEA Radio- Telephoto) Many pay tribute to retiring soccer great STOKE-ON-TRENT. England (UPI) — Leading international stars, including Iron Curtain representatives from Russia and Czechoslovakia, gathered here today to pay unique tribute to all-time soccer great Sir Stanley Matthews, who is ending his big-time career at the age of 50. The highlight of the festivities will be a game at the Vic- national side studded with famous names. The game, unique in the history of soccer as a worldwide tribute to one man, will be seen in most European countries on Eurovision. In addition, radio broadcasts will be made to 20 countries outside the European network. As the visitors started arriving Tuesday, Sir Stanley greeted toria Ground tonight between a I each one personally. They all team selected player himself by the and an great)bore gifts for the man who daz- inter-lzled English and foreign soc- budget. cer fans for 33 of his 50 years. "I am overwhelmed. I just cannot express how I feel," Sir Stanley said. "Everybody brought gifts. Everybody has has been so kind to me," he added. NO BEER BUDGET CHELMSFORD, England (UPI) — Doctors in this city's hospitals have been asked not to prescribe beer and stout for patients because of a price increase imposed by the recent NOW! for FRIGIDAIRE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY DAYS! JUST RECEIVED! NEW SHIPMENT OF FRIGIDAIRE JET ACTION WASHERS! Model WDA-65 4cotofsorwhit«! • New Deep Action agitator creates jet currents that give all your wash "Deep Action" cleaning! • New Jet-Away lint removal jets lint scum out of tub. Needs no lint trap! • Fast, efficient jet spin leaves clothes extra light, extra dry. 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