Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 12, 1959 · Page 8
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SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL ALLEY OOP By V. T. HAMLIN THF STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By WILSON SCRUGGS VM, SOJ fCTLKS VOJ OWi *lf/ AttYSE VOU DD PUT /.<= Tr?OU(3U SCHOOL AND MAYBE MDU HAVE HELPED VS GET AtCNo BETWEEN CONCERTS' ITHAT STILL DOESN'T MEAU 1 YOU CAW TELL WE WHOM TO SEE, K'HAT TO WEAK, ME EE TO GO, WHEN TO [- YOJK BATOW,MASSTEO. •MAY I TAKE THE BPST VIOLINIST'S CKA1K WHILE YOU CONDUCT WXZ UNFINISHED TANTRUM? BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By EDGAR MARTIN ft wvi>y_ coeoc vov. MO \S>R. PRISCELLA'S POP SUPPOSE WE GET AMBUSHED BY APACHES' By AL VERMEER CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER mm WEU..PR.HEKKLE- X s0 WOT? rVE GOT | WONT UKB m *wy- \TH' BOSS'S KEY i WW, HIS DOOK IS ALWiYS LOCKED 'SCUSEME. SIR-WK. MeKEE WANTS TO KNOW HOW YOUK EKPERI— MORTY MEEKLE By DICK CAVALLI OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE •:as<= VtfSN T:5 ^TUSSLE- Z -r S2TH CH'.KS O.M AW f/4 .S^JLDrRS.TSLLfNS AVr >~ Ov; JAK5 DID VOU WRONG.', VOr VMO C.A^ 5QU5EZC-/ 1 PJ" Jpr 10 37 SAVINGS ACCOUNT SJT,A\ARTHA,MY L0V5-, IT WAS SAD TO Br SHORTCHANGED gy 3AK5, BUT TO HAVrYOJ )AND\ YOUR; £SAt>, ITS FORTUNATE I'M CARRYING THIS eeoot\! THERE'S A •DANGEROUS GLINT MARTHA SAID HIS Avortey , NEEDED , WATCHING*- OUT OUR WAY I J. R. WILLIAMS 8-Thursday,Mar. 12, 1959 Redlands Daily Facts John Deere Co. Demonstrates Equipment At Show Here DEMONSTRATION — When it comes to moving mountains this heavy John Deere earth moving equipment can do the job. Watching t h e demonstration (above) are representatives of the firm here for the field school from California, Arizona, Nevada and Hawaii. Watching John Deere Industrial Loader (right) are three of the John Deere employes here for the demonstration. The cut and fill work is being dwie on Live Oak Canyon ranch near Highway 70-99 and Live Oak Canyon road. The field school continues for three weeks, with March 14, 16, 21 and 24 being the visiting days for contractors and public officials. Zsa Zsa Hosts Next Husband WASHINGTON (UPD—Zsa Zsa Gabor, wearing diamonds and dripping pearls, breezed into town and gave a party Wednesday night at one of her ex-husband's hotels for one of her next husbands. She threw an engagement party for her fourth husband-to-be, California builder Hal Hayes, at the Statler-Hilton, owned by her second husband, Conrad Hilton. The Hungarian actress signed autographs, posed for pictures, granted interviews to the press and greeted guests, including HOSTESS SLAIN TOKYO (UPD — Police investigated the mysterious death of a Japanese airline stewardess today on the theory that she may have members of the California con-jbeeu strangled. gressional delegation who said they had come to meet Hayes. Sporting a big diamond ring given to her by Hayes, she said Hilton was "one of her dearest friends." and that she didn't know when she and Hayes would marry. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad The shoeless - coatless body ofj Tomoko Takekawa, 27, a stewardess for the British Overseas Airways Corp. (BOAC), was found Tuesday night in a lonely section of Tokyo's outskirts. An autopsy showed marks on her neck which police said indicated she probably; was strangled. SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer "I didn't know you liked finger painting, Shuhz!" TIZZY Bv Kate Osann "Well, I'm ready. Please don't spoil your evening. Mother, by looking in my room!" Bolivia Moves To Head Off New Rioting LA PAZ, Bolivia (UP!) _ The government and the U.S. Embassy have ordered special precautions here today to protect American lives and property against a possible new outbreak of rioting. President Hernan Siles said the precautions were ordered because the government considered it possible that Time Magazine's report this week on the rioting touched off by a previous Time article might stir new disorders. (Time's current U.S. edition refers to the Latin American country as "landlocked, geographically fractured, 68 per cent illiterate j Bolivia." (It also reports that Siles I worked both sides of the street in the disorders, first ordering his supporters to stage violent protests and then rushing into the streets to beg them to keep calm —an injunction ignored by the mobs.) Next Satellite Shot Instrument Recovery Planned VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE. Calif. (UPD—A Discoverer satellite shot tentatively set for late this month might involve America's first attempt at recovery of the baby moon's instruments. Air Force cargo planes known to have been practicing recovery flights near Hawaii will zoom by the 40 to 50-pound payload ejected from the high flying satellite and try to recover the package in nets trailing behind the planes. The instrument package in the 1300-pound satellite will be fired backwards out of the satellite sc that it loses orbital speed and returns toward the earth. When il has slowed down sufficiently from its more than 1800-mile-an-hour velocity, a parachute will open and further slow its descent to assist the recovery operation. It was indicated that the "Project Discoverer" program of satel lite launching here set for one- a-month would not involve an attempted recovery for the first three or four shots. .But it was learned Monday that, readiness of necessary equipment and other factors permitting, the recovery program would be speeded up. "Project Discoverer" is aimed at clearing the way through a maze of space problems for the placing of a man into a satellite around the earth and recovering him. POSTPONE RETURN MOSCOW (UPD—A state delegation from Iraq, which was scheduled to 1 e a v e for home today, has postponed its departure for several days. The mission, headed by Economics Minister Ibrahim Kubba. has been in Moscow during the uprising in Iraq. It is negotiating technical aid agreement with Russia. Robert Kennedy Not Typical Congress Employe Personality Spotlight United Press International ROBERT F. KENNEDY Rackets Committee Counsel Robert F. Kennedy, chief counsel of the Senate Rackets Committee, is not a typical congressional ^employe. For one thing, he probably is the only capitoi job-holder whose autograph is coveted by bobbysoxers. It is nothing unusual for one or more teen-age girls to descend upon him with pad and pencil at the end of a committee hearing. These youthful admirers might be surprised to learn that Kennedy has at home six children, ranging in age from one to seven. They might also be startled at how much more his autograph would he worth if it were affixed to a check. Kennedy owes his status as one of the few millionaires on the congressional payroll to his father, Boston financier Joseph P. Kennedy. His original employment came about as a result of his brother's patronage, the brother being Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.). Scourge of Racketeers But his reputation as the scourge of labor racketeers is his own. At 33, Kennedy, who is not much bigger than a Little League shortstop, still has the athletic trim acquired as an end on the Harvard football team. He keeps a pigskin in his office, possibly as a reminder of those glory days. Despite his New England background, there is nothing Ivy League about his appearance. He goes about the Senate Office Building with sleeves rolled up, collar unbuttoned and necktie askew. This usually is the sign of a hard worker, which Kennedy is. He puts in long hours and when public hearings are held the witnesses, often to their discomfort, soon find out that he has done his homework. While firing questions. Kennedy is as persistent as a wire-haired terrier worrying a bone. He leans into the microphone, a mop of sandy hair swooping down over his forehead in a sort of reverse cowlick. Easily Amusad If the answers don't satisfy him, he occasionally flops back in his chair in disgust. At this point. Chairman John L. McClellan (D-Ark.) usually takes over the questioning. McCIellan also takes over when Kennedy, who is easily amused, becomes too tickled to talk. The hearings that Kennedy seems to enjoy most are those involving the underworld, as in the current juke box investigation. He is fascinated by underworld nicknames. If Chicago mobsters Jake Guzfk or Sam Hunt are mentioned in the testimony. Kennedy unfailingly points out that they carried the colorful sobriquets of "Greasy Thumb" and "Golf Bag." Want Ne,w Furniture? Sell Your Old Furniture Thru Facts Classified Ads 9

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