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April 15, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 20

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MImisMf feels jo-W »L,ipr.15,I?M Notes from foreign news cables By WILLIAM J. FOX United Press Intemitionil Notes from the foreign news •-. cables: Frince't Successor: The main question in political circles in Madrid is how the future head of government will be chosen. Planning for the move first was announced by Generalissimo Francisco Franco in an interview last year. It was confirmed in a speech last week to the National Council of the Movement—Franco's political grouping that merged all factions that fought with him in the civil war that ended 25 years ago. Some elments are understood to be pressing to elect the head of government by plebiscite for a four or five year term. This, they say, would be an original formula. It would bring some political interest to the Spanish man-in- the-street, who now is virtually deaf to all political noises. Franco now holds the three jobs of chief of state, bead of government and chief of the national movement. He has indicated he intends to continue as chief of state, but is ready to separate the other two jobs. D« Gaulle's Broadcast: President Charles de Gaulle's radio-television broadcast to the French naUon this Thursday is Jntended mainly to warn the country that there can be no let-up in his government's seven - month - old save - the- franc economic austerity program. In the foreign affairs field, he probably will reassert his determination to maintain an "independent" French poU- cy. But no major new foreign policy pronouncements are ex pected. British Trade: Look for an increase in British trade with Russia. Soviet Minister of Foreign Trade Nikolai Patolichev will arrive in London Tuesday to sign a new five-year Anglo-Soviet agreement and indications are that it will mean bigger exchanges of consumer goods between the two countries. Britain also is trying to sell whole industrial plants to the Russians. These sales will be outside the official agreement, but Patoli- chev's presence in London probably will help speed them along. RECORD REVIEW NEW YORK (UPl) - Ray Charles seems to sound his best on tunes such as "Willow, Weep for Me," one of 12 in liis newest album, "Sweet and Sour Tears" (ABC-Paramount ABC 4S0). But he should leave a number like "Cry Me a River" to the women, namely Barbra Streisand and JuUe London. It's not that Charles can't deliver this tune. He sings it with much feeling but it's a letdown after hearing either the Streisand or London version. "Willow, Weep for JIc," was composed probably before Charles was bom, yet a listener unfamiliar with the song would thmg it was written for Ray. It alone is worth the price of the album. Miss Streisand's latest offering, "The Third Album" (Columbia CS 8954), is proof that this wonderful singer can go on and on without losing the luster that her first album gave her. She limits this venture to 10 instead of the usual even dozen, giving her more leeway on the songs she wants to push. Rogers and Hart buffs certainly will want to compare her thrushing of "Bewitched" with that of Vivienne Segal and others associated with this "Pal Joey" gem. Nat King Cole sings in his usually unique style on "Let's Face the Music" (Capitol SW 2008). There is a bonus, however, because Cole gives himself the backing at the Hammond console of Billy May's arrangements. Most of Cole's numbers are oldies — "Bidin* My Time,' "Day-In-Day Out," and "When My Sugar Walks Dowii the Street," for instance — but so were the songs in "Those-Lazy- Hazy-Crazy Days of Summer," one of Nat's best records. Single of the Week — "0 n I y Seventeen" by The Beatle-Ette.s (Jubilee 45-4572). 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