Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on June 26, 1963 · Page 14
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 14

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
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14 - Wed, June 26, 1963 Redlands Daily Pacts HONEYCOMB FRONT — This 1$ the architect's drawing of the Museum of Honey, first of its kind in the notion, which will be constructed ot the Miller Honey Company heodquorfers in Colton, at a cost of several thousand dollars. Besides a sales office and products display space, if will house a huge collection of antique and modern honey containers, a colony of bees at work behind glass and a honey laboratory testing center. To be built in Col+on Miller plans unique Museum of Honey Plans for construction of a unique Museum of Honey, probably tile first one in the nation, have been announced by Woodrow Miller, president of the nationally known Miller Honey Company of Colton. It will be constructed at a cost of several thousand dollars on the grounds of the Colton plant. Miller said, and designed so that it might become a Southern California show place for the thousands of visitors annually. Cruise ship on new route ME.XICO CITY (UPI) — The cruise ship Acapulco will be diverted from Pacific-Coast routes to the Atlantic-Gulf run, it was reported today. The newspaper Diario Dc La Tarde said operation of the cruise jihip between Los Angeles and the Me.xican beach resort for which it was named proved an "economic failure." The newspaper said the Acapulco's proposed new route would include stops in Veracruz, Tampico, Galveston, Houston and New York. Diario said the route eventually may be extended across the North Atlantic. The cruise ship is currently docked at Mazallan for overhaul. , Built around a central patio, the building will contain more than 3,000 square feet of space and besides the Museum of Honey, will contain a reception room, sales display area, a honey testing laboratory and a gallery of photographs and pictures pertaining to the honey industry. In one wall will be a colony of live bees with the queen marked with a red dye so that visitors may watch the workers and the drones and the entire procedure of life in a bee hive. The Museum of Honey also will house one of the largest collections of honey containers in the United States, collected over many years. Some of the antique honey containers date back as far as the 1500's. ZOO Q's By NANCY VOGEL Q. What is an ant lion? A. Ant lions are insects which eat ants and other bugs. Their traps, little cone-shaped depressions, are usually found in sandy locations, and the ant lion waits hidden in the center of the depression. When an insect wanders into the outer rim of the trap, sand begins to roll and sends him right down to where the ant lion is waiting. Q. We have two female kittens and don't want to get rid of them, but I know what will happen if we keep them — they'll soon be having litters of their own. Is it expensive to have cats spayed? "We just can't afford to pay very much, but if it doesn't cost much I'd like to have it done." A. There is an "ABC (Animal Birth Control) Clinic", supported by donations from people who want to prevent the problems arising from a surplus of kittens and puppies. These people think it is more humane to prevent the births than to let thousands of surplus cats and dogs roam the streets hungry, or be sent to pounds to be put to death or turned over to laboratories for research. The ABC Clinic is under the auspices of Good Shepherd Foundation. 133 E. Van Norman Road, East Montebello, Calif. Donations are always needed, and are tax-deductible. SELL iT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad Unimpressed audience HYTHE, England (UPD- Farmer Ray Edwards said Monday he had to move his cows from an army training ground because "generals didn't like being stared at by cows." He said his cattle were friendly but no respecters of rank. "I have seen them walk up to high- ranking officers and look over their shoulders," he said. 50th ANNIVERSARY SALE SPECIAL P «^s ONE WEEK ONLY! •61 CHEVROLET "6" Brookwood Station Wagon $1895 Stick shift, heater, luggage locker, 2 tone paint etc. Exceptionally clean, local, low mileage wagon. '61 RAMBLER CONVERTIBLE Custom $1645 Automatic, power steering, bucket seats, etc. '61 CHRYSLER New Yorker .... $2695 Power steering, brakes and seat, air conditioner. Local, one ownerl '60 MERCURY Parklane 4 Dr. . . . $1545 Air conditioner, power steering, radio, heater, etc. '60 PLYMOUTH FURY 2 Dr. Hardtop . $1245 Power steering, brakes and windows, radio, heater, etc. Local one ownerl '60 OLDSMOBILE 88 Station Wagon . $2195 Air conditioner, power steering and brakes, radio, heater, whitewalls, 2 tone paint. Very nice 1 owner wagon. '60 COMET 2 Door $1245 Automatic, radio, heater, fashion trim. A beautiful carl '59 FORD GALAXIE 4 Dr. Hoi-dtop . $1095 Air conditioner, auto,, etc. '59 BUICK 2 Dr. Sedan $1145 Stick shift, whitewalls. A i«t black beautyl '59 FORD CUSTOM 2 Dr. Sedan . . $ 745 Automatic, radio, heater, etc. A very clean, 1 owner carl '57 FORD CUSTOM 4 Dr. Sedan ... $ 495 Automatic, radio, heater, etc. A nice onel '57 BUICK SPECIAL Estate Wagon . . $ 995 Power steering and brakes, automatic, radio, heater, whitewalls, new 2 tone paint. Well above the average. BERT s. HATFIELD The BIG BUICK Block East Redlands Blvd. From 7th to 8th TAGGED for CLEARANCE Specials For fhe Week! '63 WILLYS CJ.5 Jeep 4 wheel drive, hubs, radio, healer, full canvas lop. Exceptionally nice, only 4,000 miles. '62 RENAULT CARAVELLE Hardtop 4 speed (rans., radio, heater. '61 FIAT 1200 Spider Roadster Nice local, 1 owner trade-in. '61 FORD 4 Door Sedan Radio, heater, automatic trans. '60 VALIANT 4 Door V-200 ... 2 in Stock 1 is automatic, 1 standard. Both are really nice cars. 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