Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 26, 1965 · Page 8
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8 - Wed., May 26, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts TELEVISION IN REVIEW By KICK DU BROW RESCUE EFFORT - Rescue workers were endangered by gas fumes at Robbins, Tenn., where five miners were victims of an explosion 3,000 feet underground. (NEA Telephoto) Tin miners represent strong force in Bolivia Ever since the revolution of charges that lie was involved in 1952, Bolivia's 30,000 tin miners not only have had a dominant voice in Bolivian affairs, they have remained a force only a littJe less well armed than the army itself. Last week, the arms came out of hiding and in subsequent days, the miners have been doing what comes naturally to tliem—fighting the government. Immediate cause of the miners' re\'olt was the arrest and e.xile of leftist mine leader Juan Lechin Oquendo on vague Rattler bite fatal to motorist .J.'VCKSONVILLE, F\a. (UP!) —The body of a man, with "rattlesnake bite" scribbled on, a bloody pad beside him, was heft. a Communist plot to overtlirow the government. The issues were both political and economic. Presidential Ambitions Lechin. 50, a leader in the 1952 revolt, has presidential ambitions of his own and has op- ix)sed government austerity measures against the heavily feather - bedded and money- losing tin mines. It was not the first exUe for Lechin. As a veteran member of the National Revolutionary Movement he had won election as vice president in the regime of President Victor Paz Estens- 5oro. He battled Paz on the mine austerity issue and Paz got him out of the country by naming him ambassador to the Vatican. But he returned to break with Paz and form his own revolutionary party of the nationalist Don't Set Records Don't try to set an endurance record while driving on your va-iference on natural beauty, say- HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Mrs. Ljmdon B. Johnson will be hostess of a one-hour television tour of Washington, in color, which ABC-TV says it has scheduled for the fall. The producers of the special are John H. Secondari and Helen Jean Rogers, the husband and wife team responsible for the notable "Saga of Western Man" series of documentaries in the last two video seasons. According to ABC-TV, the First Lady, in addition to the lour and look at national landmarks, will dscribe what has been done and what is being considered to resist urban decay and to maintain and increase the city's beauty. The network adds that Mrs. Jolmson, who is chairman of a committee for a more beautiful capital, will emphasize what Washington hopes to do to provide a model for the nation, and how individuals around the country can conti-ibute to beautifying their own areas. On Monday. Mrs. Jolinson opened the Wliite House con- cation, suggests the Automobile Club of Southern California. Long driving stints reduce your alertness and reaction time and greatly increase your chances of an accident. ing, "ugliness is bitterness." An ABC-TV s|X)kesman says the First Lady's program will be entirely different from Mrs. Jolin F. Kennedy's televised While House tour. Secondari, who is currently m Washington working on the special with his wife, said Tuesday by telephone that he plans only "one or perhaps two" setups inside the While House. One, in the oval Room, will start the show, he said. Secondari said he estimated Mrs. Jolinson would be on-camera for about 10 minutes, and that her narration would be employed in addition. "She appears at the key stpots wliich are absolutely essential to tell the story of the past, present and future," he said.' The producer said that Mrs. Johnson's personal knowledge of the program's subject was contributing greatly to the con- lent. "She's astounding," he said. "She lives and breathes this." The Channel Swim: Govs. Jolm McKeithen of Louisiana and Carl Sanders of Georgia discuss the voting rights bill on ABC-TV's "Issues and Answers" Sunday. . .Highlights of the "Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge" dinner and patriotic ball held by the women's division of tlie Los Angeles County chapter are presented as a one hour special on NBC- TV Saturday at 8 p.m. EDT. with Bob Hope as master of ceremonies. GARYEY MOTORS ... Your Dealin' Man has And All af Dollar Saving Prices ... Buy Now! '61 CHRYSLER 4 Dr. H'tp '60 CHEVROLET Impala '60 PLYMOUTH Wagon New Yorker. Full power with faclory air conditioning. Radio and heater. $1795 '62 CHEVY II Nova 2 Dr. Hardtop, V8 with auto- motic, power steering, new whitewoMs and paint, radio and heater. 2 Dr. Hardtop, automatic, radio, heater, whitewalls. $1295 '64 VALIANT V-200 $1495 4 Dr. Sedan, automatic, whitewalls, radio and beater. $1895 Automatic, power steering, radio, heater ond white Walls. 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Staggs said there • were two punctures, wliich could be fang marks, on Davis's foot. Now You Know By United Press Interntlonal The first Negro slaves in the colonies were landed in Jamestown by llie Dulch in 1618, according lo tJie World Almanac. When Paz fell to a military revolt last November and former air force chief Lt. Gen. Rene Barrientos Ortuna, 44, took over. Leciiin at first gave Barrientos his support but soon broke with liim on the same old issues. Operate In Red For years Bolivia's nationalized tin mmers have operated heavily in the red. Some produce ore yielding as little tin as one per cent. In 1961 a so- called "triangular plan" supported by the Unite<l States, West Germany and the International Jlonelary Fund went into effect. The idea was to close unprofitable mines and to modernize alhers. It also called for the eventual lay-off of some 7.00U to 8.000 miners and to place them in other occupations such as farming or in public works projects such as road building. 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