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MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 19BS BLYTITKVTLLfl (AKK.V COTmTTm NEWS PAGE Navajos Must Get Rid of Hungry Horses By JULIUS GOLDKN "WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. Ofl I Perhaps In some happy hunting wise and practical, they probably->- By RICHARD KLEIXER . NBA Staff Correspondent NEW YORK — (NBA) — It is rather difficult to believe that Marthat Lou Harp, the woman, is the same person as Martha. Lou Harp, the singer. Miss Harp, the woman, is very beautiful, but hers is a fresh, dewy kind of beauty. Looks like she was picking magnolias all morning. Miss Harp, the singer, has a very beautiful voice, but it is a smoky, lusty kind of beauty. Sounds like she was picking orchids all night. Her style, someone has said, is a cross between Johnny Ray and got the fringing lessons, now has five children. , . horse, once u symbol of prosperity among the Navajo Indians, today can 1150 . in t( U . p 001 . i^usi. The Navajo tribal council has allocated $25,000 a year to rid the ranpe of about 15.000 horses roam- The ground THE POPULAR SIDE: Ever notice how many top gal singers are, . little things? Joni James, Tevren ! '" E ' lwly - Thoy 0;lt :md u ' omi ' thc Brewer, Toni Arden. Lola Ameclie ! Rrilss nnd <lnnk lhe ""litecl water and many others are about knee, sul> " 1 >' on the :l ™' reservation, high to a clef. Miss Arden claims' Allan G. Harpev, area director she's -five-two "with spike heels; for the Indian Bureau, said thc on." . . . Joni James, incidentally, ' tribe 1 took the action to enhance does a multiple-recording job for conservation measvives. the first time in her new one, ] The horse was once a sacred "You're Fooling Someone." i economic standard of the tribe. '' * • I The number of horses a man had ON THE CLASSICS: Big class!-' ranked him as poor, middle class cal story is that Miscna Elman. \ or wealthy. Marlene Dietrich. It's husky, ex- j who will leave RCA-Victor alter 43 ( Horses were used as the dowry feud. in marriages. Machine Ag;e .,,,,... . • report-, Bll , lhen camt , lne machine ace. edlytelt the company was letting < Tne horse bcc . imc the moml one . citing and — well there's no other j years, did so because of word: sexy. She herself prefers to ! with RCA's other recording violin- call it "warm and intimate." DICK'S PICKS POP SINGLES: "Dummy Song" (Frances Paye, Capitol); "Chicka-Boom" (Guy Mitchell, Columbia); "Tico Tico" (Dorothy Collins, Audivox); "The Girl of the Golden West" (Ralph Marteric, Mercury); "Ricco* chet" (Vicki Young. Capitol); "God Bless Us All" (Jimmy Boyd. Columbia). POP ALBUMS: Martha Lou Harp, on Columbia, makes her debut with the seductive "Dream Time," a collection of soft ballads done in a new', and interesting style; "Music Prom Hollywood" is the name of an RCA-Victor album, which has Al Goodman and his orchestra playing movie theme songs, from the well-known "High Noon" and ''Moulin Rouge" to the less-f re quern ly heard *'Quo Vadis" and "The Fourposter." CLASSICAL: For good chamber music, Decca has issued the Santoliquido Trio in a fine interpretation of two Beethoven trios — No. 5 in D. Op. 10, and No. 6 In E Flat, Op. 70, No. 2. How did a magnolia-type girl develop an orchid-type voice? "When I was a girl," she began, •which is a sensible place to begin "my sister took singing lessons and I took piano lessons. My folks couldn't afford to do more than that, and they thought she had the better voice. "I liked to sing, though, and I'd sit on my bed and sing quietly. I'd sing popular songs and my folks ime. Its just Martha Lou, an ;ho chamber, an organ and a narp. It would produce pleasant dreams in a misogynist. Martha Lou's sister, the one who ec harp Proposed Atomic Energy Law Change Tabled WASHINGTON (7P) — Rep. Holifield (D-Calif), a member of the Senate-House Atomic Energy Committee, says lengthy committee hearings have "completely repudiated" a proposal for quickly changing the law to let private industry into the atomic field. The legislators have put off until next session further consideration of a 'change, requested by the Atomic Energy Commission, in the present policy limiting atomic activities tn the government. Holifield said in an interview Lv THEATRE Manila, Ark. LAST TIMES TONITE THE STARS ARE SSNGING In Technicolor With Rosemary Clooney Laurila Melchoir Anna Marie Alberghetli TUES & WED THE MARKSMAN With Wayne Morris Elena Verdugo RADIATOR WORK • Boiled Out • Repaired • Flo Tested • Re-cored ALL WORK Guaranteed Grovers Body & Radiator Shop '.M 01. Lake Aie Phe. 698] 1st, Jascha Heifetz. Elman Heifetz record the best numbers. j my of the Navajo, though many ; refused to admit it. The situation j Was adding to the poverty of the j Indians. Here is why: I For years the Navajos have been buying automobiles. This made worthless the six or .seven horses an average family had. They were no longer needed for transportation. The animals were turned out on the range to fend for themselves. Some Navajos would not give up their horses because they still con •iderecl thorn a standard of Red-Sponsored Youth Festival Underway BUCHAREST. Romania «Pi — Communist whitewash lay .thick over Romania's capital today as thousands of West Europeans join- j But" a"nVw' 'monetary milt was' in ed Iron Curtairiers in the Red- power — sheep and'corn, sponsored "fourth World Youth Fes- The horses roamed the r in e tlval." I multiplying unhindered. They On hand also were four American j tramped grass needed for sheep correspondents, the first U. S-1 They drank water needed tor both newsmen given Romanian visas in (sheep and humans, more than five years 1 Economic disaster faced the For the visiWs." the capital's! tribe since a horse eals as much buildings sparkled with new whit- j as five sheep. atl ,, ir r n »A ,-i,.;^ fi««. ir ,- U,, „,. i A maximum of §10 a head will be paid for horses brought in de- ery building showed signs of a new paint job and residents said battalions of laborers and soldiers had'them at ' a spite the fact they are almost worthless. The council hopes to sell The Navajo tribe actually has heralded the end of an era. Fifty been cleaning up the city lor three months. Most buildings were draped with' years a<ro a Nnvnjo was not coin- flags, including the Stars and : plete-without his horse. Today they Stripes. THe American flags sport-j are almost useless except to the ed 64 stars instead of 48. j poverty-stricken members of the The .opening of the two-week fes- j trib e. niost living off the reserva- LAND FOR THE MASSES—Egyptian Premier Mohammed Naguib distributes the Rust land under the new Agrarian Reform Law at Itay El-Barud, along the Nile delta. Naguib, top, hands an ownership deed to an old peasant woman. Each landless peasant was given from two to five acres of land appropriated from big landowners. A poor peasant, bottom, tries to decipher the writing on his deed while a blind man at his side feels thc paper that makes him a landowner. Physicist Blasts Defense Cuts Says Russia Has Nearly 300 A-Bombs NEW YORK Wi-Tlie U. S. Congress would never approve the current, defense? budgets cuts if it were "well-informed on the vulnerability of this country to atomic attack," .says atomic physicist Ralph Lapp. I/ipp. postwar adviser to the armed forces, said Russia's stockpile of atomic bombs is now "approaching the 300 mark." During a television interview on ABC's "At Issue" program, Lapp added: ''Our defenses are HO vulnerable that, unless something; can con- strueuively be. done to stop possible enemy atomic bombers from peitiim- through, survival of this country is problematical." Modern instruments measure planet temperatures very accurately, and that of Mercury registers t;21 degrees Fahrenheit. ALWAYS A DOUBLE FEATURE THEATRE Phone 4621 Show Starts Weekday» |— 7:00 p.m. Sat. & Sun. == 1:00 p.m. AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION See Our New Giant Wide Circle Vision Screen. 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