Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 14, 1964 · Page 8
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Redlands, California
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Friday, February 14, 1964
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Redlands Daily Facts 8 - Friday, Feb. 14, 1964 Beatles may take a bit of sunning, boating MIAMI BEACH (UP!) — George, John, Ringo and Paul will go sunning today, four Bca- 1 lies in a boat. j Like some 60.000 other out-of-| (owners jamming hotels and I motels in this winter resort.! the quartet of young English men hoped for a sunny day for the beaching and boating plans. The mop-topped rock 'n' rollers, also planned some rehearsals for two television appearances. The boating probably will come in the afternoon, their spokesman said. Thursday, the shaggy-headsj gave between 60 and 120 sec- 1 onds exposure to a screaming audience of 5.000 split between Miami and Miami Beach, but the fans howled for every second and didn't seem to mind the fast shuffle police gave their heroes. Hardest hit was Miami International Airport, where the Beatles—George Harrison, 20; John Lennon, 23; Paul McCartney. 21 and Ringo Starr, 23— arrived by jet from New York Get With the Beat, Man The tonsils may be okay, but what about the tonsures? The artist has doodled in Beatle hairdos on photos of some of the more popular U. S. singers so you can see what the rag-mop touch would do for them. [^•JAPANES Elvis Presley Bing Crosby Dean Martin Vic Damone Andy Williams Washington Window Johnson time bomb ticking away By Lyle C. Wilson Richardson named to commission Coincidence turns into windfall in sales pitch By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) — Yes, MODESTO—Marshall G. Rich-I ardson, Redlands, has beenj elected Chairman of the Poultryi,.- „- • „ „.,, „ c , ... Improvement Commission, the|^[f™ a ' Ulere Uas a St ' Val But he wasn't a patron of young lovers. And he didn't California State agency which operates the egg laying test at Modesto and the turkey testing project at Keycs. originate the custom of boys The time bomb buried inipion of Negro civil rights. That -----™ <~ *"'"!president Johnson's political fu-jcould lose him some white and "scream along concerts^ ^ tick . ng away m (he ] votes in those Northern areas at .r, n g V u ii . Lvorthern cities where race re-i where Negroes have been most , The Beatles who will per-, a ^™ cm nol to improvc bu viaggressive. The unknown fac-, SSiT -iS? anTSlsoVan .It is one of the^ inconsiM™^ » has ^j^ryman. andjs current.y nim with anythins ..„„,„*.. „. , , . ,,and girls exchanging tokens of Mr. Richardson is a second; a ff cct ion on Feb. 14. press conference and rattled through a snappy repartee with newsmen. "What do you do besides dodge teen-agers and answer questions?" "What else is there to do?" "How will you protect yourself from fans when you go swimming here?" "Hire a swimming cop." "Hasn't this hair style been used before?" "Sure, remember Napoleon?" The Beatles said they would leave here Monday and planned to return to England next Tuesday. racial discriminations "in these;northern equality. Northern communities among 1 It is an absurdity of politics which New York City is con-that the great industrial cities spicuous. New York is the cap- j and states of the North hap- ital city of civil rights. Yetipily elect congressmen and New York's non-whites were in I presidents who are committed the streets this month in sup-!to all-out integration but in port of a strike against the public schools. Cleveland, Philadelphia, Chicago and other great urban centers whose politicians espouse civil rights equally with God and country also have Famed judge passes at 80 been under Negro pressure for more and better housing, jobs or school integration. There have ben racial troubles in suburban areas. These racial frictions prob-l cline to balk at the all-out integration of their own communities. It is obvious that such an attitude among any large number of Northern white voters would raise some basically important political questions, expanding his ranch in Live Pan. The festival was a traditional time for sweethearts to plight their troth, or to exchange pledges of ' devotion. Poems, notes, and gifts were exchanged on the eve of the Lupcrcalian festival — in other words, on St. Valentine's Day. Young Love Association Thus St. Valentine became associated with young love. Over the centuries, people forgot that the association orig- n_. r < „ , ,, . ,—in tne Hollywood sense of " ,, . , . . . Oak Canyon for the commercial ^at word finally had been pure comci- production of eggs. i C( \:„i™.:„. ....... - /-u.:..:._!dence. re-elected. Some analysts of various 1963 election returns detcted clear Valentine.' But there is no historical support for this tale, which seems such as: Do Northern white voters compel their political candidates to advocate all-out civil rights or do the whites merely accept such candidates whose abw"are^nUgoni^g' somcj<*" ^V^tamin dlC white citizens in areas wbc re,tatcd by Negro totcrs. , .... ..... Valentines. Democratic candidates for to-. Will m.htant Negro so clear. That something; The real explanation is much HARRISONBURG. Va. (UPI)jcal state and federal office j™S °' «»» rights in the areas!was stI rrmg m the North scm- was more than a trend in Bos-;Rome on Feb. 14, 270 A.D. He ton, Mass., where the NAACP;died as a martyr during a per- had been agitating against al-jsecution of the infant church by leged segregation in the public the Roman Emperor Claudius, schools. It became an angry His grave is believed to be controversy. Boston school com- located just outside Rome mitte member .Mrs. Louise! a ' on S the ancient Via Fla- Day Hicks boldly denied jminia. NAACP charges. Mrs. Day was! Wrote Poem re-elected to the school com-1 Legend holds that he wrote a mittee, leading the entire city|P° em m his P rison cen shortly ticket. She polled nearlv 20,-j bcfore nls execution, and sent 000 votes more than Mayor! ll t0 the >' oun 8 daughter of his John F. Collins who also was' klnd J alIer > "So* 1 " bom >' our St. Valentine was a Christian""""' I priest who was put to death in! B - v thc Middle Ages, popular; evidence of a white voters' reb-j t0 have been lnvented solely ellion on civil rights issues. To if 01 " , ,e P ur P° se 01 ^Plaining some others the vidence was; how love notes came to be cal —Retired federal judge and for- j have been accustomed to over- mer Congressman John Paul, whelming support. The question of housing and education so ed to be evident "enough' ho'tt^ S ' mpl , Cr ' U w , as purely a mat " antagonize Northern whites that ; ever, and it could be the tick • coincidence of dales. superstition ascribed such romantic significance to St. Valentine's Day that it was widely believed that even the birds chose their mates on Feb. 14. Today, the observance of St. Valentine's Day is a multi-million dollar windfall for florists, candy - makers and greeting card manufacturers. But not one person in a million probably knows anything about the early Christian martyr who is supposedly being remembered. State awards contract for fair building SACRAMENTO (UPI) —The state Department of General S!». died Thursday at his home, raised is: How many are an -j ,he >- «™d to reject of that time bomb in Lvn -L u^L ^nf^n Vm ^'™ ^™? y J 'I Paul, while on the bench of'tagonized and against whom. r.ghls politicians? 'don B. Johnson's future. " 1°^™ , a , . M L nt ' , 110 church SIol^OO contract for construe- 1 a U.S. District Court in 1936, issued the first school desegregation order in Virginia. It was aimed at schools. Could Lose Voles ] Trends Noted President Johnson evidently| Some trends in this directions! intends to appear before the!— mere trends — were noted I TREASURE HOUSE Charlottesvillejvoters in this preside^, cam-|in last November's 1 oca, andIpl^es ^lnd ^^/'ma^ .lie 3 p ^S^cThuare foot bui.ding " went'"to Ipaign as thc unguauf.ed cham -1 state elections. Perhaps there ket through Classified Ads. 'counterpart of the Greek godTEd*™^ v' Harris La Mesa. i celebrated his feast day on thc''ion of a youth center building date of his martyrdom. Feb. 14.:on thc San Diego County Fair Feb. 14 happened to be thc [grounds in Del Mar. Thc contract for thc 8,000 SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox "I'd Jike to ask just one thing: Which button do I push in case of emergency?" '63 COMET 4 Dr. Custom Sedan Sultana white with gold interior trim. 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