Press Telegram, May 18, 1959, Page 2

Press Telegram

May 18, 1959

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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - May 18, 1959, Long Beach, California II, SEATTLE men and a girl are practicing like mad at the University of Washington these days in prepara- lion for an international tlddlywink match with Cambridge University. Dave Stern, manager of the Washington team, says the ,-English school accepted the challenge in a letter from Frank G. Kenshaw, honorary secretary of the Cambridge Tiddly- wink Society. If financial arrangements can be made, Ken- shaw said the West Coast contest would follow scheduled at Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Chicago and other "Tiddlywinks is a sport, not a Kenshaw wrote, we hope to be able to prove to you. Gamesmanship .Is inapplicable." Stern and his nine-man-one-girl team consider it a sport. .too.-They are busily trying to become ambidextrous (ap- proved under international rules) and working on thumb de velopment. ;As in most sports, tiddlywinks has its own vocabulary .The squop is a tactical move to cover an opponent's tiddly and the pot is something you try to. shoot rake in Stern's team won its first collegiate match against Seat- '.tie Universtiy 19-9, and now is considering a challenge it has received from Washington faculty members. Tough Trio Slips Up on Routine 'Job' HOUSTON was .the lookout man for what was to have been a routine department-store job in a neighborhood shopping center. .There was a tinkling of glass as his brothers, Slugger The Boss, took the place from the. rear. In the office of-a protection agency, a burglar alarm sounded. Patrolman B. W. Halm rounded a corner just in time to.see Butch take off. Pulling out his pistol, Halm called out to those in the store to surrender. With their arms upraised, The Boss, 6, and Slugger, 5, tame out of the store. After Halm picked up Butch, 4, the three were released to their parents. Spends Weekend Under Water RESEDA shapely secretary spent the weekeni inILback-yard the bottom. .When Mrs. Alberta Jones surfaced Sunday she claimerospect of a bigger cut of :unds to Northern senators :or future works in addition to the statewide Feather Riv- er Project. Other changes were in- :ended to spell out that ex- sting water guarded by the not be disturbed. Some northern senators who have been hostile to the ;overnor's plan are beginning to show a more conciliatory attitude. There are those who are now willing to see North- ern water piped to the South if they can make sure of get- ting something out of it for their own people. THE NORTH needs the votes of Southern Califoma's big population to put over Thursday night. The commit- and help pay for a bond issue, especially one the size advo- cated by Brown. In return, the South wants assurances of a firm supply of water once the project is built. Meanwhile, it will be at least late this week before Ways and Means Chairman Jesse Unruh {D-Los Angeles) calls up the budget bill in the Assembly. The budget, an unprece- dented was ap- proved by committee tee set something of a record by adding only in General Fund expenditures. The total actually is more than when Brown submited his spending bill in January. However, most of the increase was requested by the.governor to augment his water program. Brown has a solid Assem- bly working majority of Democrats, plus some friend- ly Republicans, and Unruh an- ticipates no serious difficul- ties over the budget in the lower house. Assemblyman Bruce F. Allen (R-Los Gatos) plans to seek another 5 per cent pay raise for academic employes of slate colleges and the Uni- versity of California, on top ol the 5 per cent for all state em- ployes recommended by the governor. SWAP ANYTHING FAST through Classified ads! Dial HE 2-5959 for an ad-writer. Widow Dies at 100 FORT WORTH, Tex. Mrs. W. T. Waggoner, widow of a Texas rancher who estab- lished one of the largest ent- ile and oil fortunes In the West, died here Sunday at the age of 100. Flash to Jr. Exec's and Career Girls Also Everyone Else flfflWASSKoihn inn dMk-brit MKh 1 7V LowMXi PLUS HMbor Vltw Dining Row with breikfot SfflV. (eiturlw Rib, Too Sirloin Sleak! Chicken ma XI belt 1o 1c Tax .3 5 Pint 2c Tox M.D. Toilet Tissue CCNit Liquid Detergent SI-M. tit lie SALE PRICE rim 2c PEACHES KINGS Fancy Elberta Halves or Sliced 1-lb., 14-oz. Can 25 Modess %X UNITARY NAPKINS pkg. of 12.......45C Plut Ic Tax 33c Pkg. ef84 r lut 4t Tox Vel Detergent Frozen OriRgt-PloMppte Met i Nto FrtzM HMapptt Jikt LiHra SeMddtr MayMMiM v.........63e Maxwtli l-fc. J-lfc. I iM Honnel Old Smokehouse ThHriHger 39e Chiffon Facial Tissues Pkii 1c Tox Feis Naptha Laundry Soap Performance, not promises! "Ralphs Sells for less" and you can prove it! Ajax Cleanser 2 Vel Liquid Detergent U-K. on OH" 4J< LM 4< SALE PRICE O7C Plui 2c Tox Pkii 1c Tox 2 23e pkn M. Tox KITTY QUHN MACKEREL Pet Food i. Con W MMCES IFFECTIVE MAY on4 20 Wf THE. RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES I Ml tc CMrry, THflf JTO OffH A.M. TO II P.M. TW.IMMT, ;

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