Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 13, 1965 · Page 11
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 11

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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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Redlands Daily Facts Tliurs., May 13, 1965 - 11 DOMINICAN STRONG POINT—Focal point of U.S. operations in the Dominican Republic is San Isidro air base, shown here. The base, a few miles east of Santo Domingo, serves American forces as a landing place and staging area. It is also headquarters of the military junta opposing rebel supporters of exiled President Juan Bosch. ^^^^ FLAG IN FLAMES — Mexican students express opposition to U.S. intervention in the Dominican Republic by burning a flag. The anti-American demonstration brought out 10,000 marchers in Mexico City. (NEA Telephoto) Injuries fatal MONTERREY, Mexico (UP!) —Anuar Cannavaii, vice president of the Me.xican Baseball League, died in a hospital here Tuesday night of injuries suffered in a polo game on Texas' famed King ranch. He was 54. Discovered Guncotton Christian F. Schoenbcin, German chemist, discovered guncotton accidentally when he blew up liis slove drying cotton that he had tried to dissolve in a mixture of nitric and sulphuric acid. SEE THE U.S.A. WASHINGTON (UP!) — Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey wants the U.S. travel industry to sell Americans on the beauties of their own land. But, Humphrey told tlie Na tional Association of Travel Or- ganization.s Wednesday, the administration is not trying to prevent U.S. citizens from traveling abroad. He said the "see the U.S.A." program was a positive one, designed to encourage more foreigners to visit the United States and more .Americans to i take their vacation at home. SHOW BEAT Bad luck lucky for him By Dick Kleiner Hollywood Correspondent Newspaper Enterprise Assn. HOLLYWOOD (NEA) — Bob Reed doubts the rumors that there will be a movie based on The Defenders, produced by Herb Brodkin. Reed says E. G. Marshall would have nothing to do with it, since he and Brodkin get along less and less more and more . . . Connie Stevens will do a scene wearing a bath towel in "Never Too Late." . . . The Pink Panther planning pictures for television in '66 . . . Carolyn Jones had to turn down a chance to play opposite Kirk Douglas in "Cast a Giant Shadow," because it would conflict with her Addams Family ghoulishness . . . "One of the nicest things about acting," says Roddy McDowall, "is that it enables you to work with people you have long admired. My big ambition now is to work with Spencer Tracy." HOLLIMAN, or WHAT'S IN HIS NAME? Luck is a strange quality. You might think Earl Holliman's early luck was pretty bad. His father died six months before he was born. At birth, he was sickly. His mother was so poor that he had flour sack diapers. But this turned out to be a big smile from Dame Fortune. Because of all these items. Earl's mother let her baby go, and he was adopted by a couple named Holhman. (His real name was Frost). Mrs. Frost, who later became Mrs. Bryant, had six more children to go with the earlier seven. All this happened in rural Louisiana. Earl and his adop- jtive parents didn't have it easy. When the boy was four, his new father had an accident which led ;to a series of epileptic seizures. He could work no more. They lived on his S30-a-month World War I veteran's pension. They bought a shack on a lake for $150. "But that was lucky, too." Earl says. "1 had a great childhood — fishing, hunting, swimming." And he grew up with gumption. It got him the LSU, the Navy, Pasadena Playhouse and his current career — movies, like "The Sons of Katie Elder," and television, like his two dead series and many, many guest starring roles. So when Lady Luck kicks yon in the teeth, smile, for it may be the best thing that ever happened. ANNA, or LITTLE MISS MOFFO The Mel's first-string glamor| gal, Anna Moffo, stopped off here for a day, before heading for Buenos Aires, to promote her two new RCA albums (one is a classical thing, the other a collection of love songs called "One| Night of Love"). I managed to I catch up to her at breakfast,! and watching her eat was a revelation. j She put away a double orange juice, a heaping bowl of oat-! jmeal, an order of scrambled; eggs and sausage, a couple of sHces of toast and a few cups of coffee. And, although she is tall, she is slender. But she says she has always been a big eater. It was a pleasant change, after watch-l ing so many of the cottage- cheese-and-fruit-salad nibblers. She says she is thinking seriously about accepting a Holly- iwood movie offer. It would be her first, although she's done three films in Europe. This one, though, would be a nonsinging ;role. Her only problem is that, like ^VRONG-WAY DRIVERS — Statistics show that about 8 per cent of fatal freeway accidents are caused by wrong- way driving. Near Sacramento, Calif., engineers have been experimenting with a sign that warns wrong-way drivers with a horn and & blinking red light. The ac tion is triggered by a detec tor buried in the pavement MOON TEST VEHICLE — Instruments which may be installed in future U.S. space ships for moon voyage are being tested in a special mobile geological laboratory. The tests with the eight-ton vehicle in Southern California volcanic fields are yielding valuable information for American manned landings on the moon. (NEA Telephoto) Bolivian Blood About 50 per cent of the people of Bolivia are pure Indians, 15 per cent are pure White and tlie remaining 35 per cent are Cholos or mixtures of the two. Four under mdictment for counterfeiting S.A_\ FR.ANCISCO (UPD- Four Portland, Ore., men have been indicted in connection with the counterfeiting of 5300,000 in $20 bills. Indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury were Charles L. Bll. 35. co-operator of the Bell Printing Co., of Portland; Charles Collins, 26, Gerald Bai-- nett, 25. both Portland salesmen and John Kearney, 23. a Portland native but currently an employe of the City ot Los .Angeles. The men were arrested March 1 alter a Hayward, Calif., store manager telephoned police and .said one of the bills had been given to him. Secret Service agents said about $15,000 was passed, about $•10,000 is unaccounted for, and the remainder was confiscated. They said the defendants claimed the unaccounted for bogus hills had been destroyed. Last one-room Brothers held school closes | for bank robbery I MOUNDSVILLE, W. Va. ;(UP1) — West Virginia closed its last one-room school Wednesday and Ethel Hupp was "sad but not sorry." Miss Hupp was tlie last of a long line of teachers from the mid-1800s to teach children at the little wooden building in a rural area near here their reading, writing and arithmetic. She had retired from teaching five years ago. But she came back because tliere was no one else to teach the children fi'om grades one through six. She is "retiring for good this time." she said. Children in her one-room school wiU go to a grade school at nearby Cameron. Accordion The name accordion first appeared in the 1829 patent of C. Demian. Vienna, though an earlier model was patented in Berlin in 1822, according to tlie En­ cyclopaedia Britannica. "Island of Thieves" The Mariana Islands in the Pacific originally were called the Ladrones (Thieves) by Magellan, who discovered them, because the natives had crowded aboard his ships and taken everything they could carry «\vay. COMPTON (UPI) — One half of a suspected brother bank robbery team was being held here today in lieu of $10,000 bail while his brother was being held in Chicago. Federal Bureau of Investigation agents captured LinncU Woddard. 19. at his home here Wednesday. FBI agents in Chicago had arrested his brother, Vernell, 21, a few liours before. The two were charged with tlie $900 robbery of a Security First National Bank branch here. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads most in demand opera stars, her calendar is full up into 1968. To do the movie means canceling some lucrative deals, and that's never any fun. But the lure of Hollywood is still strong, even among opera stars. "ROOFING SWfJSeT Contraclors, Inc. 700 New' York St.. Redlands Phone 793-3234 Tree Estimates — Bank Ternn Sale of fhe Year! the big Mercury-Comet Leadership Days Celebration Sale Your Deal! Your Terms! on any 1965 Comet or Mercuiy NOW JIM GLAZE, INC.. 420 W. 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