rr -m-wmrm.-wrhrmmrNtmrw- v ' w mrnatran m"na-rwr- wrmrwwnwwut . : V J. 7 TO TAHITI SCHEDULED BT HERB STINSON Travel Editor . Tahiti has long been a magic name in the travel .. lexicon. ; But for most travelers it had to remain just a same. "Its volcanic cones, its lush lowlands under brilliant . South Pacific skies, its popu- latlon melange of French Sie-de-vivre and Polynesian nguor, its lagoons and bar-; rier reefs, with some of the best fishing intfie world, are : far down the curve of the globe. Day's Journey . Its a long voyage by ship ' and even getting there by air .meant a, patchwork of : airline connections and lay-; overs.' But this spring things will be different Tahiti will be less than a full days journey from Los Angeles. Transports Aeriens Trans- TRAVEL ; Upto-the-mlnute informs tion on weather, snow con-: ditions and accommodations Urthe" majorsnowwsports areas of both the United States and Europe is now readily available from a new Trans World Airlines bu ; reau, 37 S Wabash Ave., ; Chicago. : lntrTribal ' Dates for the 39th Inter-; Tribal Indian Ceremonial at Gallup, N.M., , one of the 1 Wests oldest and largest ex -positions of American -In-: dian dances, crafts and sports, have been set for "lAug.-11 -through 14. More than 23 trihes will take part . in the ceremonial this year. Aku Aku Las Vegas will gain some South Seas atmosphere Feb. 1 with the opening of a new restaurant, the Aku Aku, on the grounds of the Stardust Hotel The menu will feature South Seas specialities and the decoration motif centers around four giant stone aku images, replicas of those found on Easter .Island. Japan Jets : Japan Air Lines on June 1 will take delivery of the first of five DCS jets on order from Douglas Airfraft -JAL Jet service from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle to Tokyo will be inaugurated this summer, The airline will begin Jet service from Tokyo over the Pole to Europe in 1961. 4500.000 Miles Continental Airlines set a new company traffic record Jan. 3 when its fleet carried 6.000 passengers a total of 4.500.000 revenue passenger miles. The previous record of 5,300 passengers and 3.700.000 revenue passengff Tnilpg had been set only last Dec. 1A Honolulu 'fet Flights to Start March 14 The first Jet service between Los Angeles - and Honolulu in the Southern California Douglas built DC-8 will be inaugurated March 14 by Uhlted Air Lines, G- B. Justice; , district sales manager, announced today. jwtHai schedules will provide DC-8 flights to the Islands dally except Wednesdays. Powered by four J-75 Pratt & Whitney turbine engines, Uniteds DG8s will make the flight from Los Angeles to Hawaii In just 5 hours 35 minutes. continentaux, the independent French airline better known as TAI, on May 10 will inaugurate regular weekly service from Los Angeles to Papeete (say it Pa- pay-eh-tay), via Honolulu. To find out what South land travelers can expect, we dropped around to see Mrs. Charlotte Hyde, who has presided over the French Government Tourist Office here for the last nine years and now has moved over to TAI st 9460 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills. Heres the report from Mrs. Hyde. Jets Next Yeir Initial service will be with DC-7Cs, which will make the hop, Including the Honolulu stopover, in about 20 V4 hours. The new airport at Papeete wont be completed until the end of this year so the DC-7C will land at Bora Bora with the remaining BRIEFS Student Travel The U.S. National Student Assn, -specializing. Jn -low-cost educational travel, now has an office on the West Coast Address is 2161 Shat-tuck Ave., Berkeley 4, Calif. Mardi Gras Busses Two packaged bus tours with the New Orleans Mardi Gras as the special, feature are being offered by Western Greyhound Lines. One, of 31 days, also includes Florida and Nassau. The other is of 19 days. Both win leave San Francisco on Feb. 20 and step here en route to pick up Los Angeles passengers. To Chile Another South American airline is now represented Travel Row. Its LAN- Chile, which flies from the Miami gateway to Panama, Lima, Santiago, Buenos Aires and Montevideo. The new office, headed by Oscar Sebba, former American Ex-presser, is at 510 W Sixth St : College Tour The eighth annual Eurotour sponsored by pman College will be offered this summer under the direction of Dr. Kurt Bergel, professor of history, and his wife, Dr. Alice Bergel, head of the foreign language department al East Los Angeles College. Departing New York June 29, the tour will include Ireland, England, Holland, Germany, Austria, Italy, Switzerland and France. A detailed folder is available from Dr. Bergel at Chapman College. Pat Shannon PR Manager for Air France Appointment of Fat Shannon, for a number of years associate travel editor of The Minor News, to the post of West Coast public relations manager for Air France has been annnounced. He will have charge of public relations' activities for the airline throughout the west and in Alaska and Ha-waiL .. The appointment is part of the expansion program of Air France prior to Its inauguration in April of Boeing 707 jet service from Los An-geles to Paris via Montreal. Santo Mono Inn SANTA MARIA short leg made by flying boat TAI gets Douglas jets next-year and theyll cut flight time to 9 hours via Honolulu and to a little over 6 hours direct Fares will be within reach of the average travel budget 474520 roundtrip tourist class and $1,022.40 round-trip first class. Documents required are a passport and a tourist visa, which can be obtained from any French consulate. The visa is good for four months and can be extended another four months. Best time to go is from March through November. Thats the cool, dry season with high , temperatures around 72 degree Exchange is 86 Pacific francs to the American dollar. There are a number of hotels in $nd around Papeete, all of them comfortable and most of them of the bungalow type. Prices are reasonable. The Grand Hotel, for instance, on the waterfront promenade in Papeete has rates ranging from 600 Pacific francs a day single, with bathr-European.plaiir down to 225 Pacific francs a day single with public bath. For the March through November period, its advisable to make reservations well in advance. Food's reasonable, too. For instance: at three of the best hotels dinner menus list steak, choice cut, at $1.04 and lobster at the same price. The water supply is excellent and safe to drink. No Language Problem Language will be no problem for the American traveler. Official languages are French and Tahitian but English is widely spoken. Things to do include looking at-ome of the most charming scenery in the South Seas, visiting the few night clubs in Papeete, tennis, horseback riding, water skiing, yachting and attending the races, Tahiti beln the -only-South-Sea - islan with a race course. Theres some of the best fishing in the world and even mountaineers can get a workout with a climb up 7237-foot-high ML Orohena and 6,773 - foot - high ML Aorai. And theres no crowding. Papeete has a population. of any 16,000 with an equal number spread out in the remainder of the islands 400 square miles. NEW TRAVEL READING SEEING JAPAN a new general guidebook with illau-trations in color and black-and-white, published by the Mainichi Newspapers of Japan. Available at $1 postpaid from Seeing Japan, PO Bax 2753, San Francisco 26. ARUBA TOURIST POCK. EX GUIDE in English and Spanish gives pertinent information for visitors to the Netherlands West Indies. Available free from Netherlands West Indies Tourist Bureau, 475 Fifth Ave., New York 17. OCEAN STEAMSHIP SAILINGS AND CRUISES covers the period from December, 1959, through Aug.-ust, 1960. Available free from American Express Co. offices. AFM Vote Hints Rebels Defeat BT DON HARRIS, Labor Editor The Independent Musician! Guild of America today apparently has failed in a major attempt to take over jurisdiction of about 5,000 musicians at 14 record firms, mail bal- Tabulation of a lot by' the NLRB officially leaves the outcome in doubt at 11 of the 14 recording firms due to votd challenges. But the voting trend indi cates that the American Federation of Musicians will retain jurisdiction at all major firms. The guild apparently will pick up- several of the smaller outfits. The decisive votes officially gave the AFM control over 604 musicians at MGM Records Division of Loews, Inc., and over 525 at Roulette Records; Inc. AFM Predicts Victory The guild won a clear-cut dedilion at only one firm, Good Time Jazz Records Co. for bargaining, rights over 105 musicians. . Since the challenged ballots from musicians at the 11 other firms come' mainly from, .outside the Los-Angeles area, AFM officials were privately whooping ft up that the victory was theirs The out-of-towners werent expected to support the rebel guild which was formed in a revolt of major movie studio musicians. The guild now represents some 700 movie musicians and has been seeking to Invade AFM territory on many fronts. - The AFL-CIO Retail Clerks Union is continuing to make organizing Inroads on the so-called wl ' front Latest victory Is the winning of an NLRB representation election at 41 Hudson Shoe Stores in 'Southern California: About 37 of the stores come under jurisdiction of Los Angeles Local 777, which already represents employees at many-hard-ware stores, specialty houses, and discount houses. Plan Pact Negotiation Edward A. Montgom Local 777 secretary, negotiations for. an Initial contract will begin soon with Hudson. The standard union contract with other shoe stores iirovideg for a basic $2 hour-y minimum, a 40-hour week, paid sick leave and holidays," phisanr employer paid health and welfare program. Considered significant as possible trend away from the traditional white-collar resistance to unionism was the fact that out of the Hudson bargaining unit of 82 salesmen, only seven voted against representation by the union. Boone Luncheon Set The Boone (la.) Society will hold its annual luncheon Jan. 30 . at the First Methodist Church, 8th and Hope Sts. ' ANSWER TO PUZZLE WIN A FREE 5-DAY STAY FOR TWO Daily Fishing on Diuol-Powersd Gordo IV Plus All Miali at El Ray Play "Loop the Sloop" at The Mirror News Booth, SCMA Boat Show, Great Western Exhibit Building, now through January T7. Ill AUSIIIC MmROBIilrNEws DIMES MARCH LAGGING, SAYS BISCAILUZ Contributions to the new ' March of Dimes have fallen off tragically," according to Eugene Biscailuz, former sheriff. .......Biscailuz is general chairman of the county new March of Dimes. He said that the same March, of Dimes -sponsored research program : . that developed the Salk vaccine has been put to work to discover a pre-. ventive for birth defects and arthritis. Birth defects are the nations biggest unmet childhood medical prob-. .lent and arthritis' !s the . countrys greatest crip-. pier," Biscailuz said. $6 Million i a , Palisades Plan Urged The state Public Works DepL today endorsed a plan to control Pacific Palisades landslides through installation of drains and partial filling of some canyons. The department said the estimated $6 million cost of the plan may not be accurate, but didnt say whether the figure seems too high or too low. The department's report, submitted to Gov. Brown and the Legislature, by director Robert B. Bradford, was prepared in conjunction with the county and the cities of Los Angeles and Santa Monica. In the area of a big slide in 1956,-it is proposed to intercept ground water .by a 2280-f L tunneled gallery and drain system, and to regrade the slides upper 100 feet of material At East Pacific Palisades, area of a big slide in 1956, is proposed to intercep ground water by a.2J80-ft tunneled gallery and drain it system, and to regrade the slides upper 100 feet of material The consultants estimated preliminary costs for that work at $933,900. UCLA Schedules Film of Opera A Russian-made motion picture of Tchaikovskys opera Eugen Onegin will be shown five times In UCLAs Royce Hall Auditorium next month. The picture, featuring the Bolshoi Theater soloists, chorus, corps de ballet and orchestra and augmented by the Leningrad Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet, will be shown from Feb. 5 through Feb. 8 at 8:30 p.m. matinee is scheduled for p.m. on Feb 7. Hildegarde Neff. Ill BERLIN, Jan. 12 IB Film star Hildegarde Neff is in a West Berlin hospital with fever, but her doctor says t is not serious. IN Luxurious Room at Corfu Motel So! Franch Rsitaurant . 'Make a Million ' Riotously Funny Although a Bad Play BY MARGARET HARFORD Staff Writer Make a Million, the jerry-built little farce that cartoons the vulgarities and stupidities of the television industry, is a very bad play that is inexplicably funny. Norman Barasch and Caroll Moore wrote this brash nonsense, which had a brief Broadway run starring Sam Levene as a frazzled television, producer. He has salvaged his quiz show from the graveyard of fallen ratings with a dim-witted blond, so popular it Is necessary to let her win $100,000 on the show. She soon embarrasses him by getting pregnant after romping off to a hotel room with an unknown soldier. The TVTproducer decides she must be married at once on next Sundays show. . - Riotous Outrage . Henry-Cordon plays the harassed TV man in this new staging of Make a Million, , which producers Paul Levitt and Ted Thorpe are presenting at the Players Ring Theater. Cordon works up a full head of .riotous outrage as the begonia-raising producer who calls in the Pentagon to locate the girls lover, a soldier whom she knows only as John. A brigadier - general arrives from Washington to speed - the investigation of five likely candidates. The hepcat really responsible is LOS AN GCLU NIIGHIOIHOOO ALVAN All. Til I. Al FLVINI FONTAINIIj Dll IF ITIIMITV. Sint. 11 HI U. Mill Saudi, imnii.li u. mu Iwmir M Dm IdiMr M Nm BwNii 1M1 AIAIIAN NIINTI ILMINT, 1M I. Vwmnt U. L1IM 4 .ItnMrt, III ITIIVi Tlil JAVHAWKIII. It INI. M ONQAIIt, Till I. Vi ILLICIT LI VI I MADII lUPIIT SAIL!, M Iwh iMh IL. MIH 4mmm M Mm Iwitir M liilhl . 1M1 ADA IaKI. TUI A Alnn Dirt-Jin rilM Hill Tl ITIINITVl ALL IF TNI WILD LADDO. 1IM 1. 1DM-LD. 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ItMMrt, HI ITDRVi DAT II TO HILL OIANGI COUNTY IANTA ANA, ar n IUMMIR PLABI H7IT HDUII P INTRIIUI finally flushed out and per- suaded to marry the young woman for her loot Viola Harris, as Cordons assistant, protests the match and promptly abdicates her job as the producers soothing office wife. . . ' Stranger to Seducer Pat Thomas plays the idiot blond who upsets everything by refusing to marry her seducer because she does not fggj Jmows btn very welL Working on her sympathies, the producer pretends to have the soldier kill himself by jumping off a 30-foot ledge over Madison Ave. But our soldier boy is afraid of heights, so a timid advertising account executive - is pressed into service as a substitute.' Jack Jobson convulses the audience as the cowed adman, looking piteously at his oppressor, who doesnt seem to care that he is losing his grip on the ledge during an unexpected rainstorm, - NOW M mc0i0rrN.JMm BSnvi HATS NOW AT SOXOIfKS OR IV MAIL At SsypOm Una MX 7-B14T la, Calif. 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FBI STROTl HOUND BOO MAN OAIDINA TORRANCI PARK. Rarriana RA. B MM Baumay la tha oantar al tha Barthi HSUNO I I PM MAM RAHB.Tarranaa.1Mf Smaana.PA.MIM Ma. Prt, SLIIPIHO BBAUTVl TOM THUMB "imi RIANT SI LA M0NITIR AlrtU S4III r . . ' t t uAgit . ia iftJPanrf . - i. 4 uL , 2-t That will give you aq idea. of the ludicrous sitngt&m around, which this pandemonium circulates. Oliver iff has directed as if .it were a circus, and he is prdb- : ably right. ; Others in an excellent cast are Don Chastain as the insolent, jive -talking soldier; Gregg Dunn as the pompous TV sponsor; Elaine Gilbert, a sexy office girl; Kim Allyson, the portly brigadier general and. Robert ..Alan Leader as an eager-beaver TV underling. Verdict: Er- ratio but stubbornly funny. atm IOMOHT " -S p.m. . SHAOP c lf. Mali. WM. la. I. krMNAVUKM HOLLYWOOD ACAIINT, HlraM. at Wllaaa MI.Hitf Barnnay ta tiw Cantar al Hit BartRt FLVINI FONTAINII AIMII AL, Nailram. al Vina HI. 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