The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 2, 1966 · Page 3
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Wednesday. March 2. 1966 ROGER MAXNTE explains "Possibilities of Algae As the Food of the Future" for the sroup biology science competition at the annual Baytown Science Fair. His co-worker in the project was Scott l^eaeb, not pictured. Roger mud Scott placed firsl witb this project (Baytown Sun Photo by Charles Sfickel) Inheriting Money Can Be One Of Life's Ordeals By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) — One of life's little ordeals is what to do about inheriting money. Social standing in most communities depends on two factors: How much money you have, and how much you may inherit. Horatio Alger proved long ago that anyone with a lot of pluck. luck and hard work could become rich and famous. But this path to glory is too stern drearv for most of us. and wealth the hard way often become embittered and stingy' On the other hand, inheriting money is no easy way to social success either. Rich relatives refuse to die at vour convenience and thev can be Insist upon being fawned on. I ^ Fcc said the rules vviii They sometimes get a s S d.stic| nnt interfere vvith • broadcast practices satisfaction out of keeping you j inherit money. But as long as dangling betwen hope and des-jyour neighbors know you are a prospective heir, your position is secure in the community. The worst thing that can happen to your social standing is for word to get around that you not only have no real money of pair. Yes, It is a bore waiting to Eavesdropping Devices Banned WASHINGTON (AP) — The federal Communications Commission has banned use of wireless microphones and similar eavesdropping devices in recording private conversations. Rules adopted by the Monday prohibit anyone bui law enforcement officers from using a radio device after April 8 to overhear or record privat< conversations of others. Viola lions! The old girl is in her 80s, and I'm her only living relative, so I guess I won't have to go on pinching pennies forever." In no time at all you'll be a power. They'll put you on the board at the Country Club. After 10 years or so. of your ov.-n but that there is no course, some smart aleck is earthly possibility of your inher- going to start remarking that 'Mother' Returning To Orphans DETROIT (AP) — "The orphans are crying for our return," says a slight, 70-year-old American woman. So she is joing back this week to the tur- sulent. rebel-infested country of the Congo. Ella Haller of Detroit says she hopes to re-establish the orphanage from which she twice was rescued by government loops ahead of slaughter-bent Congolese rebels, once in 1960 and again in 1964. Sailing with her from New York Friday will be her daugh- :er, Geneva Grace. 36, who was x>m in the Congo, and adopted Congolese twin sons, Beraie and Gary. 12. Also going will be yet to be adopted 5-year-old Rachel. She and the twins were the only orphans out of 83 Mrs. Haller could gather as rebels poured out of the forests of Kwilu Province in January 1964. "I've just got to go," said Mrs. Haller. "My orphans are writing and asking for help. They have no food, no shelter. We're going back to our family and home." To Mrs. Haller, the Congo has been hom e since 1926. when she went there as the wife of the Rev. Archie Haller. He was sent there by the Missionary Church, which ha s headquarters in Fort Wayne, Ind. He died in the Congo in 1942. She is going back under sponsorship of World Wide Missions of Altadena, Calif., but she has raised funds for her family's passage and 26 barrels of used clothing in drabs and bits from church women's groups which she told about her work — and hopes. iting any. Then nobody cares what your views on Viet Nam are. Nobody asks you for your recipe on how to make backyard shish kebab. your Aunt Tessie certainly is hanging on for a long, long time. That is your signal to move away, and become a standout in , . ... , . " some other community. You can In this dilemma wnat can an do ft ^ over again _ %vith FCC! ambitious man do to save him- mythical Aunt Tessie's help. The main thing is never to let self and his family from ostra- C S . . . . the old girl die. She's vour ace A simple way out is to invent fa ^ h = ]e ^-a^ aU she - s done for you, you'd be pretty a rich relative. After a couple of cocktails subject to a S500 firv ! some evening you confide to a -* I " . _, i *.L»i ^ di ^ ^wuj^. t-1 n_j ti ww *.**«• j -J-J* '-"v. *- • -~ taskmasters Manyi neighbor: rvmno' f^\fY^e^A r\n t - -__ ~ "accepted If It's PIPES Black's Pharmacies 7U E. T«» 583-1755 Decker at Sterling 582-5107 "Got another note today frorn^ Aunt Tessie in Paris. After her covering! husband died 40 years ago, she • public interest events." ' sold all his oyster plantations in | The rules reflect, the FCC j Chesapeake Bay and put the 'said, "growing public indigna-1 money in General Motors stock uion with increased intrusions j to it. into the traditional right of privacy through the use of wire- ess microphones..." "Now she lives in Europe, because it's cheaper there. Imagine that — • and her with mil- darned ungrateful if you didn't permit her to outlive you. AVOID THE RUSH! HAVE YOUR CAR INSPECTED NOW " .i-J "'* ~^°^* Regular $1 79 a Yard... Save 42c a Yd. on Never-to-be-ironed Dacron* BON BON CREPE Irresistible, silk-soft Dacron polyester — a crepe designed to flirt and flutter in young spring breezes! Made to wash and dry by machine and never know an • OuPont Reg- T.M, iron! You'll love the floral, stripe, polka-dot or prints, sunlit solid colors or misty pastels. Do see them today; All a generous 44-in. wide. Shakespeare Is Updated By A 20th Century Bard HOLLYWOOD (AP) —How do you like your Shakespeare? Like this? "Heaven's face does glow. And this solidity and compound mass: with heated visage, as against the doom, Is thought-sick at the act." Or like this? "Heaven's face does blush. And this great mass, this solid globe of earth. With gloom-struck visage, as if doomsday's here. Is thought-sick at the act." If you favor clearer, more understandable Shakespeare, then you have found a champion in the famed director Rouben Mamoulian. He is the editor of a U.S. Steel Ups Product Prices PITTSBURGH (AP) — U.S. Steel Corp. has raised prices on certain products, reduced some prices and left others open to negotiation with buyers. The President's Council of Economic Advisers gave tacit approval and estimated the changes made Monday would amount to an increase of two- tenths of one per cent in the price of steel. The council said the changes would contribute to economic stability. U.S. Steel said it increased prices on some nails, staples and brads by J6 to $15 per ton and raised by $1 to 56 per ton extra costs on some carbon, high-strength and alloy plates. Reductions on selected rods amounted to 56.50 a ton, while some carbon sheets dropped by JS2 to 525 a ton in price. Gardner Ackley. chairman of the President's Council, said the reduction of some items should "help meet foreign competition and thus improve our balance of payments position.'' Califormans Baffled OJAI. Calif. (AP) — Someone or something keeps blowing out the lights in Conrad Meach's home — x'iolently. In neighbors* homes the lights burn steadily, without even a flicker. Meach's light bulbs explode. Repairmen are baffled. Engineers tested some light bulbs but couldn't make them explode even after duplicating the circumstances at Meach's home. Meach's wife. Mary, first tried taping hair nets around the bulbs to prevent flying fragments. Now, she just doesn't use the ceiling fixtures any- aew version of "Hamlet" •Boobs - Merrill, $5), which he hopes will help restore the Bard to the ordinary people for whom he wrote. The Armenian-bora Mamoulian writes of seeing "Hamlet" performed and reading it in Armenian , Russian and French as a youth. "When I began to learo English, the greatest thrill I looked forward to was to read (Shakespeare) in the original," he recalls. "This I did, but with a shocking result: I couldn't understand half of it." Many a plodding high school student has discovered the same thing. For the benefit of them and others seeking the joys of intimacy with Shakespeare. Mamoulian devoted years in developing a modern text. He was no indiscriminate hacker of iambics. Long a creative director of plays ("Porgy and Bess." "Oklahoma!") and films ("Golden Boy," "Blood and Sand." "Silk Stockings"). he came to the task with knowledge of stagecraft and a passion, for clarity. He describes the nature of his revisions: Some 2,000 archaic words were modernized-. 100 long or confusing lines rewritten; 510 extraneous lines eliminated; spelling brought up to date; punctuation revised; the play reduced from five to four acts: time intervals, stage directions and ages of characters inserted; some monologues turned into dialogue. \vriat he is trying to do, he emphasized, is to rescue Will from the pedants. He says: "The reading of 'Hamlet.' instead of being the lusty, ealted pleasure it should be, has become a tiring task of study and research.. . ." Mamoulian said at his Beverly Hills home that the reception to the book thus far has been fairly favorable. But then perhaps the Shakespeare fanatics have not yet had time to load their muskets. Volkswagen Little Known Facts About A Well Known Little Car! DID YOU KNOW? 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