Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 16, 1964 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 8

Redlands, California
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Monday, March 16, 1964
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State St. MUSIC Redlands Redlands Daily facts 8 - MOIL , March 16,1964 TIZZY By Kate Osann GOP Assembly votes to back Sen. Goldwater (Continued from Page 1) on the Kepublican party's flank and are hanging on like grim death," he said. "I think they want to swaliow the party." In a dramatic last minute move. Rockefeller's supporters, who claimed a presidential endorsement would divide the party, stalked from the convention floor and refused to vote for or against Goldwater's endorsement From the opening of the two- day coovenb'on it was obvious Goldwater's backers would win. They emerged victorious in all preliminary muscle-flexing. Rockefeller's supporters pri vately admitted they had lost but kept fighting through a series of spectacular parliamen tary moves. They tied the convention in verbal knots for hours. Notes from foreign news cables By PHIL NEWSOM L/PI Foreign News Analyst Notes from the foreign news cbles: French Strikes: The most crippling round of strikes by government and na tionalized industry workers since last November is expected to tie France in knots on Wednesday. Raikoads, pos tal services, gas and electric utilities, and airport ground control facilities are among services likely to be affected. The government will maintain its tough attitude, although wages of state employes still lag behind those in private industry. Any relaxation would endanger President de Gaulle's save - the - franc austerity program. U.N. and Cyprus: European diplomats lean toward the beUef that the United Nations may suffer in the long run by being dragged into the Cyprus crisis. The proposed U.N. peace - keeping operation for the Mediterranean island is icwed as a tough and thank less job that stands little chance for success. Japancs* Currency: Japan enters economic adttlt hood April 1, becoming one of the 25 advanced nations with freely convertible currencies under the international roone tary fund agreement. Japanese travel bureaus are bracing for an onslaught of customers and Japanese manufacturers are gearing for increased competition. Weak spots in Japanese industry, including automobile, cosmetic and color film pro ducers, are expected to suffer from the new money status. Coeds flee dorm fire WASHINGTON (UPI)-A fire in a dormitory of American University drove 560 coeds out into chilly weather Sunday -night. No injuries were reported but officials said extensive smoke and water damage was done to the seven-story building. Firemen said the fire on the fifth floor of McDowell Hall apparently was caused by faulty electrical wiring. Mode O'Day presidenf dead LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Fun eral services were pending today for Bert B. Malout. co-founder and president of Mode O'Day Co., who died of a heart attack Saturday night. He was 62. Malouf founded the Mode O'Day women's shop chain in 1935 with his two brothers, William and £mest. President opens war on poverty (Continued from Page 1). skills, continue education and find useful work. —Every American community would have the opportunity to develop a comprehensive antipoverty plan to meet its own problems and receive federal aid to carry it out. —From 3.000 to 5000 volunteers would be recruited to serve in states and cities where they are requested to help in the anti-poverty drive. —A system of grants and loans to busmessmen and farmers would be set up to help low income families. —The legislation would set up the office of economic oppor timity as a "national headquarters for the war against poverty." May flies usually live only a day after they reach the adult Tries to bring harmony in Red quarrel MOSCOW (UPI) — Romanian Premier Ion G. Maurer, said ta be trying to mediate Russia's ideological quarrel with Communist China, completed his report to Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev today on his visit to Peking. The official news agency Tass said Maurer conferred Sunday and today with Khrushchev, First Deputy Premier .Castas ^;okoyan and other Kremlin leaders at the premier's Black Sea vacation retreat. The talks concentrated on "questions connected with the struggle for strengthening the imity and solidarity of the countries of socialism and the international Communist and workers movement ..." Tass said. stage, but they are not true flies. "How come you're datfng my sister? Is it part of a fraternity initiation?" Blue Angel killed in mishap during routine flight APALACHICOLA. Fla. (UPIl —A veteran member of the famed "Blue Angels." the U.S. Navy's crack precision aerial team that never lost a man in 18 years of hair raising exhibitions, was killed Sunday—on a routine flight. Lt. George L. Neale, 29, formerly of Pittsburgh, Pa. died when he ejected from his crippled FUF Grumman Tiger and slightly and was "less distressed." The brilliant Bohemian playwright who once said "there's no bad publicity except an obituary," was hospitalized Tuesday after a drinking spree around Dublin. "His condition has been deteriorating since he arrived," the hospital spokesman said. his parachute failed to open. Neale was on bis way to his home base at the Pensacola Air Station after performing with the team at West Palm Beach. Fla. '•He was coming in low with his wheels down, like he was trying to land at the air base here. But he didn't make it," said James Wilson, a commercial fisherman who saw the crash. 'I saw him (Neale) when he ejected out of the plane, and his chute never opened, it just sort of trailed him down, Wilson said. Lt. Cmdr. C.E. Nilson of the Pensacola Air Station said Neale's plane "presumably had a flame-out" which shut off the jet of the blue aircraft which is capable of flying near the speed of sound. Neale flew the number four slot with the crack aerial team which was organized at Corpus Christi, Tex., in 1946 to "demonstrate precision techniques" to military personnel and to the general public. Fabulous HERCULON Carpet! NEWEST, lightest carpet fiber known. COLOR — solution dyed, lockcd-in color — from high fashion lilacs to clear springtime pastels , . . colors won't fade or wear off. WEARABILITY—equal to any carpet fiber. CUEANABILITY - cleans like a dream low moisture absorbent fiber does not allow dirt to penetrate. $#95 AH This for Only V Yd. Jknir 7tu NO MONEY DOWN — 36 MONTHS TO PAY. THREE FINE STORES TO SERVE YOU REDLANDS - 100 Orang* YUCAIPA — 3S11» Yueaipa Blvd. - 797-1121 HIGHLAND — 2720« E. Baselin* — M2-5i56 Behan in poor condition at hospital DUBLIN (UPn -Irish playwright Brendan Behan ralliai slightly early today in his fight for life but a hospital spokes man ^aid "the outlook for his recovery is poor." The 41 year-old enfant tcr rible of the Irish literary scene was in a deep coma. Sunday night he received the fast sacraments of the Roman Catholic Church, although the spokesman noted "Behan has already received these rites on several other occasions." The switchboard at the Jleath Hospital was jammed with calls as news of the flamboyant playwright's grave iltaess spread through Ireland. Early today a hospital staff member said Behan had rallied trilo /fas a BhiMay MARCH 17 Al Jensma Walter H. Wed* Harold Atweod Lee William* Donald Jalving Walter A. Fairbanks Lance De Witt Howard P. 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