The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1967 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Blythevffle (Ark.) Courier News — Thursday, April V, IWI - Pig« Mh» A REAL SWINGER In clown make-up U movie actress Candlce Bergen, daughter of •ventriloquist Edgar Bergen. The occasion for the slapstick came when solemn-faced Candlce, above left, arrived at the Alexander Dobritch circus In Los Angeles, on assignment for a national magazine to take photographs of the circus. Besides an actress and a sometime clown, she also happens to be an accomplished camera buff. Fate, Suave Appearance Elect Young Congressmen By JACK MILLER WASHINGTON (AP) - Slender, blond William Steiger sat grinning in the great, high- backed chair of the congressional office. He looked like one of the working students of Capitol Hill who had sneaked into his boss's inner sanctum after hours to see how it feels to sit in the chair of a member of the United States Congress. In fact, William Steiger IS a member of Congress, a freshman Republican from Oshkosh, Wis., and one of the three youngest members. All are 28. Steiger, who looks about 22, considers it understandable that people feel some shock when they find out he's a congressman. * . * . * When he was elected to the Wisconsin legislature at 22, another legislator mistook him for a page and ordered him to run an errand. Not lacking a sense of humor, Steiger did It. He recalls with amusement that the legislator later served on a committee of which Steiger was chairman. Steiger now has six years of legislative experience behind htm, and his youthful appearance could hardly be more misleading. The other two youngest members, Reps. William J. Green, D-Pa., and Donald W. Reigle, Jr., R-Mich., also have enormous experience for their age. Each of the three already has won a measure of distinction in the House of Representatives, a place where members address each other as distinguished gentlemen and a good many are. And each of the three, to the dismay of a lot of. Capitol Hill secretaries, is married. Green, already in Congress three years, has risen with unusual speed to the chairmanship of a subcommittee. Riegle has become the youngest member ever named to the prestige-laden Appropriations Committee. Steiger has been elected secretary and executive board member of tbe freshman Republican organization and is a leader among five of them, including Riegle, who have introduced election reform legisla- tion. How did they rise so soon to the nation's top lawrnaking body? In each career, fate hai weighed heavily. Green's father, former Rep William J. Green, died in 1963 and the son won the seat. * * * Steiger had just been graduafr ed from the University of consin when the state assembly man of his Oshkosh district resigned. Steiger was elected. Riegle had just about com pleted bis doctor's degree Harvard Business School when a Republican leader in his hometown of Flint, Mich., thought of Riegle as a possible candidate. But all three knew what they wanted. They had dreamed since childhood of running for Congress some day. Each possesses the perfect image for politicians in the age of television. To a man, they have fresh-scrubbed, all-American handsomeness. And they speak as smoothly and articulately as television correspondents. NEWS BRIEFS FLORENCE, Ariz. (AP) Gov. Jack Williams and a group of Mesa Junior Chamber of Commerce members have presented 27 prisoners at the state prison with a Jaycee charter. A spokesman for the prisoners said they will attempt to set up speaking panels among themselves so that when freed, they can speak to teen-age groups about prison life. BOSTON (AP) - The state Senate has killed a bill that would have prohibited bullfights, either mock or bloodless, ID Massachusetts. State law already prohibits fights between animals or between man and an animl, SANTA, ANA, Calif. (AP) A replica of Charles A. Lind- the Orange County Airport, said it handled perfectly during a 15- minute flight. Once the plane arrives in France Tallman will pilot it to Le Bwirget Air Field, where Lindbergh ended his famous bergh's "Spirit of St. Louis" will j flight on May 11,1927. be flown to France to commemorate the 408i anniversary of his historic trans-Atlantic flight. But with * little help. The plane, bearing parts of five old Curtis-Wright J5B engines, will be loaded aboard a big cargo plane. Not that it can't fly. Frank Tallman, owner of Tallmantz Aviation Co., who took me plane for a test flight ST. LOUIS (AP) - The village ' St. Francis, Mo., pet project of a St. Louis physician who is reviving a century-old way of life in the Missouri foothills of the Ozark mountains, has been promised its own post office May 1. Dr. Alfred Fleishman, founder, mayor and saloonkeeper, also will double in brass as post- master. St. Francis, population i 25, sprang into existence about five years ago. KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) King Mahendra and Queen Ratna of Nepal will pay a state visit to the United Sties soon to mark completion of 20 years of diplomatic relations between Bie two nations. An official source said no date has yet been set for the visit, which will be the king's second to the United States. He went to Washington In 1960 at the invitation of fonner President Eisenhower. Remember Pay Your Paper Boy The new word, "megacorpse," means a million dead persons, such as could result from nuclear warfare. Read Courier News Classified U/tra-Sensif/Ve Skin? We have in store for you— Luzier Hypo-Allcrgenic Unscentcd Cosmetics COSMETIQUE SHOPPE 105 S. Division PO 3-1134 Realism Touches 'In Cold Blood' By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-Television Writer HALCOMB, Kan. (AP) - "I about the real-life murders: "If 1 try to please Capote, may offend some of the people am skating on some very thin I here ice," said pipe-smoking Richard | please them, then I might upset Brooks as he propped up his Capote. So the only thing I can | "But I think that has largely " been overcome by assuring them we are not wild characters feet on the des kof Herbert Clutter. The film maker was taking a noontime breather from the filming of "In Cold Blood" in the Kansas ranchhouse where Clutter and his wife and two children were murdered in 1959. It was a brief period of repose for the tense, sometimes explosive Brooks. He spoke of his problems in filming fiie Truman Capote book in Kansas. If I try to from Hollywood," he remarked. Brooks was denied the use of the Kansas State Penitentiary do'is to please myself." where the two killers were As a result, he has shown the I hanged in 1965. The prison and he doles scenes will be filmed in the Col- script to no one, out pages to the actors day by day. He has not even written a finish to the screen play — "I haven't had time; but I do have a fair notion of what will happen." Brooks admitted that he had felt an undercurrent of opposition among Kansans toward the filming of "In Cold Blood" here. orado Prison at Canyon City instead. He was able to secure (tie use of the actual murder house for the film. One-fifth of the movie takes place inside. "And we have a quality on film that we could get in no other way," said Brooks. "You see, witb the ceilings we can have BO overhead lighting. We must light from below, and that gives a very real quality to the scenes. * * * "But more than that, the Important thing is what this house does to the actors. They feel what has happened here; there Is a certain eeriness to being within these walls, especially down In the basement (where the father and son were killed). "And when you see the girl riding on the same horse that Nancy Clutter rode, I'm telling you it's pretty damned haunting." Tie murdered girl it portrayed by Brenda Currin, a University of Kansas itudent from Rockville, Md. The Order of the Cincinnati is made up of descendants of officers who fought with Gterft Washington. Permanent snowfields *r« found on Mti. Rainier, Adanu, Baker, St. Helen's, and In Glacier Park, Wash. OOM Prices Smashed At Your Downtown Sterling Store PRICES GOOD THROUGH MONDAY! 24" Complete With Hood and Motor Bar-B-Q Grill Regular 10.88 Chaise Full Size Regular 6.44 HEAVY DUTY 31 H.P. MOTOR! 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