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February 19, 1964

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ttSttfiBritish authors in annual To open bids on freeway work near Indio SACRAMENTO (PC.VS) — Bids will be open April 2 in Los Angeles on contracts for extension of the Interstate Freeway from immediately east of Indio to four-tenths of a mile west of Cottonwood. The 9.9 mile project will include construction of 13 bridges and four lanes of freeway. Estimated cost of the construction is $3.5 million. UR writers week program Think of "LARRY" For PAINT Larry's Paints Hive Been Proved By TIME LARRY'S Paint House Winn Bids. Colton & Orange 792-1044 Three British authors will speak on 20th century movements in drama tomorrow, as J part of the 33rd annual Writers' Week at the University ol\ Redlands. Walter Starkie, author of 17 books, and the E. Martin Brownes, religious drama pioneers, head a program of four major presentations exploring the theater as playwright, pro ducer, actor and critic. The Brownes will speak on "Coventry — the New Cathedral and Its Drama" at 10 a.m. in the University's Memorial Chapel. They will present "Staging Religious Drama Today" at 2 ip.m. in the Little Theatre on the Zanja. There is no charge for addmission to cither of the Brownes' appearances. Professor Starkie and Redlands faculty members will discuss writers and the theater at ] noted for pioneering the 3 p.m. The topic of this ses-jcentury revival of religious sion "Scholars and Gypsies," is drama in Great Britain, also the title of his most rc-j Browne is responsible for the: cent book, an autobiography, ffirst productions in London and "The Ballad of Will Rogers."]New York of all the plays of a musical folk drama by Arn-|T. S. Eliot and for the world old Marquis and Don Quinn.j premier o£ Eliot's "Murder in an actress and the author of several plays. Starkie, once a director of the Abbey Theatre Movements, has been honored by the govern ments of Britain, France, Spain and Italy. He is currently visit ing professor of Spanish and Folklore at UCLA. will be presented at the University's Little Theatre at 8:15 p.m. the Cathedral" in 1935. He was named honorary advisor to the new Coventry Ca- Mr. and Mrs. Browne are'thedral in 1962. Mrs. Browne is CDC to pass senate endorsement LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The California Democratic Council Convention, which meets in Long Beach, Calif., Saturday, will not endorse a candidate for U.S. Senator, according to assembly Speaker Jesse M. Unruh. Unruh, speaking at an open forum meeting at the temple Isaiah Tuesday night, also predicted that "conservatism" will split the ranks of the Republican Party "down the middle in the 1964 election campaign." Attacking the California Real Estate Association's (CREA) initiative petition to repeal the Rumford Act he said, "We must seek more registered voters to defeat the CREA's initiative, and I will be fighting it all the way." 1 WRITERS SPEAK - Prof. William Stryker (left) brought to the UR campus for Writers' Week, two noted Caiifornians. Tom Braden, Oceanside newspaper publisher and President of the California Board of Education, (center) speke yester- MORE BILLS MARKET HARBOROUGH. England (UPI) — Twelve hours after the bill arrived for the redecoration of Mrs. Barbara Kimpton's kitchen, fire destroyed the room. i BUSTED BUS HORSHAM. England (UPD- A 14-foot high double - decker bus drove under a 13 foot-high iron bridge Tuesday. The top of the bos was sliced off. Three passengers were injured. U S D A CHOICE GRADE FRESH AMERICAN LAMB SQUARE CUT SHOULDER VARIETY IN ALL. DEPT'S. WHOLE or EITHER HALF LAMB LEGS Lamb Breast \2% Lamb Neck 29k Lamb Shank 3& Ground Lamb35 —tf .S.0.4. 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MC 5uper ^arkets tUimKktmt* day mornfng. Last evening Eugene Burdiclc, author of "The Ugly American" and "Fail Safe" spoke on the behavior of the American voter. (Photos by Jim Sloan) Bur dick speaks at UR on the American voter By CAROL EVERETT jby Burdick as "not the least Eugene Burdick told an audi- concerned with issue but more ence of 500 at UR chapel last!with a candidate's personality." evening that the one certainty] The more hostile a voter is about the American voter is to a particular candidate, the that he will not behave the way more likely he is to switch to you would expect him to unless him on election day — a you have studied his idiosyn- phenomenon right from Freud, cracies. jhe said. Best known as the author of S as The Ugly American", "Fail Safe" and "A Nation of Sheep" he was more in his every-day role of professor of political science at UC, Berkeley. However, his remarks were taken from his research for his next book, to be published in May. He referred to it as a presidential novel — "Agony, but no ecstacy". In giving the annual Hubert Eaton lecture he asked: "Is the American public becoming politically predictable?" He be-i lieves that it is and this is a danger to our system. | Scientific research on voting 1 [behavior aiding campaign strategy can give a candidate a real edge in the national contest, he implied. Examining facts, he presented in addition, a psychological study of American voting habits. A peculiar phenom ena of the voting public is what Burdick calls "selective misconception." He illustrated this with the example of a registered Democrat who likes a candidate's personality but dis agrees with a platform issue This strong partisan convices himself that the candidate is really on the same side of the issue as he is, through party loyalty. But They Know 'Lii ! Astonishing to the author isj the incredibly low level of information that American voters have on political matters. Invariably Elizabeth Taylor's name is better known than a vice president's. j The way women surprised him Formula For Victory How to pick the successful political victor was put to a formula by the speaker. He set forth the following characteristics which were met at several times with the audience's appreciative laughter; (1) The victor will be a hero and physically larger than his opponent. (2) He must be activist in some other field than politics. (3) He must be successful in heroic situation. (4) He has to have a family. (5) It's important-that he be "non-partisan" — someone whose political affiliation is unknown until the last possible moment. Writer's Week continues on the University campus this week through Friday. Wirt Williams, novelist, will deliver the annual Clarence and Florence White lecture, 8 p.m. tonight in Watchorn Auditorium. Russian history for adults to be offered at SBVC A new adult course in Russian history will begin tomorrow evening at San Bernardino Valley College. The course, "Russia: Past and Present," will explore Russian history from its ancient beginnings to the Khrushchev era. j Emphasis will be placed on vote really j the period from 1800 to 1964, he confesses. He] according to instructor Howard thought morality would enter iniS. Hurlbut. the poll results but found that! "R Uss j a: women nearly always ditto their! meets husband's vote. How about the large group of people who are independent from major parties, high on political information, high on interest who look at the candidates and choose? He found they are only a small one percent! The more interested a voter is, the more information he has, the more partisan he tends to be, according to Burdick's research figures. , They Want "Blood" The apathetic 40 per cent who| do not register or vote were ex-i plained by Burdick. For them,l por(ray j n g historical figures le says, politics are notj ant j periods will be shown for 'bloody" enough to interest! tne cIass (History E156a). them. "When things get hot as Foremost historical figures of during the McCarthy era, or^he course include Ivan the Ter- take on excitement comparable ; r ible, Peter the Great, Leo Tol- Past 3nd Present" every Thursday during the spring semester from 7 to 10 p.m. in room A-24 of the Valley College Administration Building. Registration may be completed at the first class meeting tomorrow at 7 p.m. Tuition is three dollars. No previous knowledge of either history or Russia is required, according to Hurlbut Lectures, discussions, readings and filmstrips about old Russia a n d the Soviet Union comprise the three-unit course. Several full-length movies to wrestling or boxing, they start to register." The "Undecided Voter' sometimes votes, was then Moo Who has a Birthday FEBRUARY 20 — Maj. Kenneth Baumann Clao Burris Nathan L. Moore Raymond Regil David Quarts Reuben Burton Bill Bethurum Jimmy Andersen Herbert Dohrn Raymond Johnson John Hoeff John Egermeier Happy Birthday from stoy and Joseph Stalin. Purposes of the course, ac- whojeording to Hurlbut, are (1) to termed survey the turbulent past of the j world's largest country and \(2) to provide a historical background for interpreting the ; current struggle with Soviet [communism. | Hurlbut is regularly instruc- ] tor of Russian at the University of Redlands. A graduate of the Army Language School, he earned the master's degree at the Institute of Soviet Studies in Middlebury, Vt. 11 E. State Ph. PY 3-2505 SICK ONIONS MADISON, Wis. (UPI) — Horticulturists said Tuesday that thunderstorms make onions sick. W. H. Gabelman and B. L. Engle, University of Wisconsin scientists, said the air in an (electrical storm contains an excessive amount of ozone, which ; is toxic to onions and produces I "onion tipburn." I Gabelman and Eagle said ! they were working on onion ; varieties that win resist the effects of ozone, but it will be several years before they are available commercially.

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