Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 30, 1965 · Page 11
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r_ New fype rufer handling Soviet administration By HENRY SHAPIRO ! Unittd Press International MOSCOW (UPI)—A new type of ruler has taken over the administration of Soviet affairs from the professional Bolsheviks who established the Com- munist'state. He is an engineer or economist, an industrial executive or "professional party official whose principal task is to produce goods rather than propagandize and foment revolution. By contrast, Lenin's first government and Communist party Central Committee consisted .mostly . .qf intellectuals and Ideologists whose main interest was world revolution. . This -was also true hut to a lesser degree in the early years of Stalin's rule. Many of top rulers then came from the middle-class intelligentsia. Today's leaders are mostly of working class or peasant origin. Down To One •• Lenin's Central Committee boasted such writers and ideologists as Nikolai Bukharin, Leon Trotsky, Grigori Zinoviev, Vyacheslav Molotov, Alexandra Kollontai. and Stalin himself. Today there is only one professional ideologist in the 12- man Presidium, the ruling body of the Central Committee. He is Mikhail A. Suslov, the 63- year-old peasant-born graduate of . the economics institute. Lenin's present-day successor as party chief, Leonid I. Brezh- nev, is a metallurgical engineer from the Ukraine. The Soviet Union's founding father was both party leader and prime minister, as Stalin and Khrushchev were to be later. Under the current collective leadership the premiership is held by Alexei N. Kosygin, a textile engineer and industrial manager. The 10-man secretariat of the Central Committee is similarly weighted heavily on the side of engineers and economists. Engineer Government Probably no other government in the world is run as much by trained engineers and economists as Russia's. They are the equivalent of the lawyers who dominate politics in many nations of the West They are not just engineers, rhey are Communists as well and their outlook is naturally to a large extent determined by Marxist ideology. But unlike their more visionary predecessors they are practical men whose job is to make the ship of state run smoothly and efficiently and to advance the economic welfare af the country. They may subscribe to Khrushchev's professed article of faith that communism will eventually "bury capitalism. But their sights appear to be set on economic progress and competition with the West and not necessarily on the export of revolution. Mother can beat father dressing if she wants to By GAY PAULEY NEW YORK (UPI) — The men wiH scoff at this statistic but it says here that the aver age woman when in a rush can get dressed in a maximum oi 10 minutes. Not rushed, and if not dress tag for a special occasion, she gets the job done in 27 minutes. Any husbands hah - hahing these statistics had better think seconds before arguing. For the RECORD REVIEW By WILLIAM D. LAFFLER United Press International NEW YORK (UPI) — When Julie Andrews was refused the part she created on Broadway in the film version of "My Fair Lady,'.' many sympathetic persons felt Hollywood had made a big mistake. Hollywood's argument was that Miss Andrews was not well known hi some far away places, say Japan, so that role of "Eliza Doolittle" went to Audrey Hepburn who is well known around the worlds The fact that Miss Hepburn, a wonderful actress, is not a singer did not deter Hollywood. Marni Nixon's voice was dubbed in for Miss Hepburn's withou! credit to her. So what happens? "My Fair Lady" wins a number of Oscar nominations but Miss Hepburn was not listed as best actress. But Julie Andrews was — for "The Sound of Music." She also helped the Hollywood box office with "Mary Poppins" and "The Americanization of Emily. And maybe by this time next year Miss Andrews will be known in Japan and can get parts she has earned. The sound track of "The Sound of Music" (RCA Victor LSOD-2005) is one of the best of the year. And the voice you hear on the record is that of Julie Andrews and not some ghost singer. Speaking of Japan, the Benny Goodman Quartet's live concert at Kosei Nenkin Hall in Tokyo has been recorded. It is called "Made in Japan" (Capitol ST 2282) and is typical of the kind of music Goodman played when he was known as "the King of Swing." Numbers include oldies such as "Cheek to.Cheek" and "My Melancholy Baby." Another notable live-performance recording is "Woody's Big Band Goodies" (Philips PHS 600171). Woody Herman leads his herd in a program of compositions ranging from Gershwin to Thelonious Monk. Selected Singles — "Subterranean Homesick Blues" by Bob Dylan (Columbia 4-43242), "All of My Life" by Leslie Gore (Mercury 72412), "Save the Last Dance for Me" by Sal Mineo (Fontana F-1504), "Why Don't You Do Right" by Fats Domino (ABC-Paramount 45-10631) and "Baby Boy" by Ja Neen Henry (Blue Rock B-4010). NEW .SHOWER VALVE ONE HAMOU DOES WOIK OF TWO Sanitary Plumbing Co. 1248 Wabish Ave. 794-2131 took For Our Orange Trucks" men come out ahead of the women in the time game. The average man, for instance, can mix a martini in three and one-quarter minutes. The researchers into this matter didn't time the men really in a rush for a breath of vermouth with a slug of gin. To catch a train or dash to the car for the work day, the average man needs five and one-half minutes to dress, presuming he has shaved the night before. If he hasn't, and on four to six minutes time used if he uses a regular razor and lathers up. If he uses the electric means, count on only three to five more minutes. How time gets spent on the simple tasks of the day is the subject of a study by Westclox, manufacturers of products which tick the time away. The timepiece makers found that on the average, it takes a seconds to make a phone call, timing time used from the start of dialing to the start of the ring at the other end. The average woman spends 70 minutes in the supermarket on her major day of marketing, if she has a list and adheres to it; 90 minutes, if she's inclined to browse. To set the table for four persons, assuming the meal is ready to be served immediately, takes three to four and one- half minutes; to make a double bed, four and one-half. Meal preparation, for instance, according to one of its home economist-cook authorities, shouldn't be so all time- consuming. Allow 15 minute for a summer breakfast — including coffee, poached eggs, cantaloupe with lemon sections, and toast. Meat, fruit, vegetables in markets Food Buying Guide The following guide to the na- Eion's best food buys for the weekend was p >ared by the U.S. Departments of Agriculture and Interior for United Press International. WASHINGTON (UPI)—Beef, pork, and broiler-fryer chickens along with a variety of fruits and vegetables will be widely featured in food stores across the nation this weekend. Produce counter will be laden with plenty of carrots, celery, corn, lettuce, onions, potatoes, radishes, and spinach, according to Market News Reports of Agriculture Department. Fruit selections will include plenty of apples, canta- loups, grapefruit, oranges, and strawberries. Meat counters will offer abundant supplies of beef roasts, pork roasts, and hams, as well as the ever-popular broiler-fryer chickens. Also good maindish buys are canned pink salmon, fish sticks, and fish portions. In San Francisco, wholesale prices of large and medium eggs have advanced 1 cent a dozen. In other West Coast markets, large and medium sizes are mostly down 1 cent, and some small eggs are down as much as 2 cents compared to last week. Among the meat cuts, prices of fresh port loins and spareribs show a higher trend, and in California markets choice steer beef loins up 1 to 2 cents a pound. There are plentiful supplies of apples, grapefruit, oranges, artichokes, asparagus, cabbage, carrots, celery, lettuce, onions, and rhubarb, and ?ood supplies of strawberries, lemons, cauliflower, potatoes, and sweet potatoes. Among the fish buys are plenty of halibut, shrimp, crab meat, oysters, salmon, and seal- ops. State adopts route for freeway SACRAMENTO (UPI) — The state Highway Commission Wednesday adopted a freeway rout ng for 17 miles of California 56 in San Diego County. The route extends between In- ;erstate 5 freeway, now under construction north of La and California CT, northwest of San Vicente Lake. The route runs easterly from Interstate 5 just south of Carmel Valley Road, crosses U.S. 395 about 1.5 miles north of Poway Road, and intersects Cali- ornia 67 about four-fifths mile north of Poway Road. C of C holds first annual . LBJ cookout JOPLIN, Mo. (UPI) — The Joplin Chamber of Commerce conducted its first annual "LBJ western cookout" Thursday night but the initials had nothing to do with President Johnson. Businessmen said the "LBJ" stood for "Lets Build Joplin." SIDE GLANCES By GUI Fox e i» KM*.'«-m;.»! "1 think Harold is getting serious at last! He wanted to know what I think of retirement villages'." WASHINGTON Military shows way for cheap air freight By Bay Cromley Military air research seems to be pointing the way to commercial freight planes so cheap :o operate they'd give ships, railroads and trucks' a fast 'run for a goodly chunk of longhaul shipping. An engine now being developed promises to save 40 per cent in fuel costs on subsonic flights. Laminar flow control (in which the air moves through slots in the wings in a way that ielps buoy the airplane aloft with less fuel consumption) promises to yield substantial increases in range. New materials make possible reduced structural weight. Combining these new concepts, military researchers foresee aircraft with 6,000 to 8,000-mile range and 100,000-pound pay- oads. These subsonic transports could offer 500-mile-an-hour passenger service at one-third to one-ball today's prices and freight haulage at comparable Jolla, savings. Travelers in a hurry would use supersonic planes at >remium fares. Such economical-to-operate subsonic planes could revolution- ze the distribution of goods m he United States, in international commerce and in much of Jie industrial world. Efficiency would be increased with automated navigation, enabling "blind landings'* in all weather conditions. Built-in ramps on the planes would permit trucks to provide roll-on, roll-off loading. Standard truck, rain and ship containers would it in their "holds." works, eliminating shipping tc and reshipping from a myriac of national and worldwide regional warehouses. A good share of today's costly, time-consuming handling and re- handling would be unnecessary By maintaining central stocks of goods quickly accessible to air terminals, industry could re duce sharply the amount of goods (inventory) it now keeps scattered throughout the countr> and the world in these region al warehouses and distribution pipelines. The Air Force, using airlift for high-value logistic and maintenance items such as aircraft engine spares, has cut the cosl of spare parts stockage in half, saving around $800 million. Air Force men say this has been done with today's planes and that they've barely scratched the surface in savings. These developments would, by reducing inventories, partially eliminate one important factor hi the overexpansion, recession cycles and have plagued industry in the past. The centralization of industrial management would be accentuated. Industry would more and more tend to cluster around those cities which built convenient, efficient air terminals. Technical men see the beginnings of these revolutionary air freight systems within 10 or so years. Freight would be controlled by computers tied in with satellite navigation, traffic control and weather-forecasting systems. These air freight systems could move commercial goods directly from manufacturing cen- :ers to retail distribution net- FIRST VISIT ADDIS ABAB, Ethiopia (UPI) — Emperor Haile Selassie said Thursday he intended to visit Italy, the country that ruled Ethiopia for six years. The visit, whose date was not announced, would be Selassie's first to Italy. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads NOW! For the first time! V-8 power « • • Turbo-Hydra-Matic : '• • f- r . 4-wheel drive • •_.'";; New in 'Jeep' Wagoneer, See and drive it at your 'Jeep' dealer's! 9TUDCMAXK Of CthEJW, HOICftS CO*N««IO» KOLEY KARS, INC. 118 East Redlands Boulevard Redlands Integration required for federal aid WASHINGTON (UPI) — Public schools that expect to gel federal funds must have at least four of their 12 grades desegregated by this fall and must be completely desegre gated by the fall of 1967, the government announced Thurs day. Detailed new "guidelines" for complying with the 1964 Civil Eights Act were announced today by U.S. Education Commissioner Francis Keppel. • Under the guidelines, schools must not only open all classrooms on .an integrated -basis but school buses and faculties also must be desegregated. The announcement was made against the .background of a confusing situation arising from the provision in the civil rights iaw that no federal money may go to a state or locality that practices discrimination in using it. The Office of Education has set up a program of review hut many southern school districts and states are in some doubt whether they will qualify for their share of the newly enacted $1.3 billion education program. Although federal officials iave said most southern dis- :ricts should be able to qualify, :here have been protests that Jie districts were unclear how :ast and how far they would have to desegregate. The regulations issued today require that any district which expects to get federal money must show "substantial good : aith" by desegregating at least four grades this fall. Keppel told a news confer- Redlands Daily Facts Friday, April 30,1965-11 Diplomatic immunity wears thin on turnpike NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J (UPI)—Foreign diplomats, im mune from arrest for speeding have had it pretty much theii own. way on the New Jersey Turnpike for years. In some in stances, they zoomed along thai leg of the New York to Wash ington route at more than 100 miles an hour. New Jersey troopers were permitted to pull the diplomats shiny limousines over to the roadside and explain the hazard of high speed motoring on the heavy traveled highway. But no tickets. State officials tolerated the situation quietly until recently when a hot-rodding African envoy allegedly berated a trooper who used up his time to urge restraint at the throttle. That got up the Irish of Turnpike Director Thomas J. Flanagan. He still cannot have the diplomats arrested but he can— and he said Wednesday he will —declare them personna non grata on his highway. From now on, Flanagan said, Jersey Troopers will usher speeding diplomatic limousines ence that grades which should desegregated this fall are the first grade of elementary school, the first and last high school grades, and the lowest grade of junior high. Keppel said, however, this re quirement might be waived in 'exceptional cases," provided that at least two grades—including the first grade—are desegregated this fall and the dis- rict shows efforts to meet the broader 1967 target date. off the turnpike onto local roads to finish their trips. , His stern dictum was expected to cause angry reaction in he United Nations corridors and in the Washington embassies—especially when it goes into practice. Flanagan's crackdown came after nine frustrating years at he turnpike helm in. which he aw the super-powered limou- ines with protective diplomat- c registry ignore the toll road's 50 mile an hour speed limit His patience finally gave out Vednesday, much to the joy f neighboring New York City jolicemen, who have until now been waging a lonely battle against the diplomatic vehicle* whose parking habits help jum- )le up Manhattan's traffic. "There!... That sounds like just what we've been looking for. YOU'RE SO SMART TO CHECK THE CLASSIFIED SECTION FIRST TO FIND THE THINGS YOU WANT There's nothing else in the world quite like the Classified section. It's unique — for in its columns, every single 'day of the year, are the answers to so many needs for so many people. The big things are there — the better, home that means happier, easier living; the newer car or. second car. you've been promising yourself; the better job' that means more security. 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