Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 1, 1963 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 8

Redlands, California
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Monday, July 1, 1963
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Zip code goes into effect WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Post Office Department put into effect today its program to give every mailing address a number. The new system is called "zip code" and is designed to help speed mail deliveries. The department planned to mail 72 million cards to every mailbox in the country. The card informs the addressee of his five- digit "zip code" number and provides a brief explanation of the system. The Post-office Department wants everyone to put the number after the name of his city and state when writing his return address. The number also should be used in addressing mail to persons who have in eluded it in their return addresses. "Zip code," or zone improvement program, has been invented for the day when all letters will be pre-sorted by,machines. The Post Office Department said that it is easier to develop a machine which reads numbers because there are less variations of numerals than there are of letters. In Orange Show StaJium Fireworks and Variety show for July Fourth Fh-eworks, fireworks and more fireworks are planned for the 22nd Annual Fireworks and Variety Show put on by the San Bernardino City Firemen on July 4th, in Orange Show stadium. Each year the firemen donate their offduty time to perform all the necessary functions that make a successful presentation. The proceeds go into the Firemen's Sick and Survivor Funds. Performers this year will include The Lancers, a local Drum & Bugle Corps of youngsters 21 to 17 years of age: Suzi Chandler, pretty accordionist; Brandy Bran- GRAND OPENING - Chicken Delight, offering complete chicken, shrimp and rib dinners "to go" will open for business at 4 p.m. tomorrow. Managing the local business are Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hunter. The new chicken house is located at 302 East Citrus avenue next to Stocktons Sporting Goods store. Chicken Delight will be open from 4-10 p.m. daily and from noon to 10 p.m. on weekends. CAfcfcen Delight opening to be held tomorrow Chicken Delight, offering complete chicken, shrimp and fish dinners to go, will hold its grand opening tomorrow afternoon. The new business, located at 302 East Citrus avenue, will open its doors at 4 p.m. Running the local business are Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hunter. The Redlands store is one in a coasi 10 coast chain of Chicken Delight houses. Store hours will be 4 to 10 p.m. daily and from noon to 10 p.m. on Sundays and holidays. The chicken and other dinners are cooked and prepared after a customer places his order. Along with the Chicken Delight, other items on the menu include shrimp and a bucket filled with chicken. Every dinner is complete and ready for eating with plate, salt, pepper, napkin and utensils. Special containers hold the dinners to keep them hot until served. One of the features offered by (he new chicken house is a free delivery service to customers in the city. Drawing attention to the building is the distinctive sign on the roof. Mr. Hunter and his wife attended a training school given by the Chicken Delight company before opening the new Redlands business. Special batters and cookers are used to give the food its desired tang and taste. Cooking equipment includes six fryers for chicken, two for french fries and one for the fish dinners. The stainless steel equipment is arranged on racks along one wall. A freezer at one end contains the fish and chips. In the rear storage room is a large walk-m refrigerator which holds stacks of chicken on trays at tlie correct temperature before being cooked. Mr. Hunter was a former cost analyst with two aircraft com panies before moving to the Redlands area. Mrs. Hunter was also employed in the aircraft industry. The Hunters have two married daughters who live in Torrance. Their son is currently serving in the Utah National Guard. GONZALES-GONZALES Master of Ceremonies TOMORROW (Tuesday) at 4 p.m. HOURS: 4 to 10 p.m. Daily SUNDAYS & HOLIDAYS 12 NOON to 10 P. M. 302 E. Citnis at 7th REDLANDS — OWEN HUNTER, Manager DELIGHT denberger, comedian on a high "rocking chair"; Mar\'in Helm, slack wire artist and member of The Excellos; Julie Hand, singing star of the Polka Parade; The Excellos. balancing and acrobatic trio: and your Master of Ceremonies, Gonzales-Gonzales of TV and movie fame. Background music by Lee Logan and his Band, After this hour long variety entertainment will come the fireworks portion in which many new and unusual devices are on tap this year. To name a few there will be: aerial flashcrackers, batteries of roman candles, grand prismatic illuminations, acres of shimmering jewels, torrents of illuminated molten spray, the tiee of jewels, the radios, fairy fountains, sensational starbursts and flaming waterfalls. The place is the National Orange Show Stadium, and the show time is 8 p.m. with the gates opening at 6:30 p m. Free parking will be provided on both the E Street and Arrowhead avenue parking lots. Firemen will be on hand to as- j sist with parking, ushering, seat ing, programs, and in general to assist the public. Refreshment booths will be conveniently situated and operated by the San Bernardino Firemen's Auxiliary. Tickets are available at all San Bernardino City Fire Stations and will also be sold at the Stadium the night of the show. Myers* store wins RCA prize Myers Appliances. 210 West Citrus avenue, has been notified that it has won first prize of $150 in an RCA Whirlpool window display contest. The local washer-dryer store competed with similar stores in San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange and Los Angeles counties. She needs it for DUTY Ph. 793-2285 to try our delicious food! FREE DELIVERY Chicken Delight Shrimp Delight Rib Delight Fish Delight WITHIN REDLANDS CITY LIMITS V2 Chicken, French Fries, Cranberry Sauce, Muffin Jumbo Shrimp, French Fries, Shrimp Sauce, Muffin _ Bar-B-Q Loin Ribs, French Fries, Hot sauce. Muffin $]39 $J39 CHICKEN SNACK SHRIMP SNACK Fish Fillets, French Fries, Tartar Sauce, Muffin ASK ABOUT OUR "BUCKET O' CHICKEN" 95« 89« She wears ithr BEAUTY'^j^ FLIGHT NURSE lADT BULOY* 17 jewels, shock-re- 17 jewels, self-winil- sistant, sweep sec- ing. waferpfoof Odd hand, expansion shock - resistant, bracelet $49.S0 sweep second hand, luminoas dial and hands. J59.35 Convenient Terms JEWELER 7 No. 5th St.;Redlands ACROSS FROM REDUNDS FEDERAl Church Calendar THE EXCELLOS Equilibrists and Acrobatics First Auembly of Cod of Redlands — Wednesday, 7:30, Family Fellowship night. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Sainfs — Thursday, 7:30, prayer service. The First Christian Reformed — Monday, 7:30, Church Council. State Street Christian — Tuesday, 7:30, Elders and Deacons; Wednesday, 1:30, Christian Women's Fellowship Rachel group. First Methodist — Monday, 6:30, Junior High M.Y.F. wUl have a HOBO party at the home of theu: leader, Mrs. Reginald Biddick: Wednesday, 10 a.m., Wednesday club meets in the church. Noon luncheon, 6, Circle 1, covered dish supper with families at the home of Mrs. R. W. Ward. Brmg table service. Brookside Free Methodist — Monday, All evening services and meetings this week are dismissed so that the entire congrega tion may attend the services nightly at Oak Glen Pines, 7:30 p.m. Activities of Family Camp and Annual Conference during the daytime each day. Christian & Missionary Alliance Monday, 7, Sunday School teachers and officers meeting; Wednesday, 7, midweek Bible study and prayer hour. Bethany Reformed — Monday, 7:45. Bethany Christian School Society. Southsidc Assembly of God in y.W.C.A. — Tuesday. 10 a.m.. Cottage prayer meeting, 628 W. Olive, pastors home; Thursday, 7:30, at 620 E. State St.. Bible stU(^ on the "Holy Spirit". Church of the Foursquare Gospel — Thursday, 7:30, Bible study and prayer. Temple Baptist — Tuesday, 10 a.m.. Extension Workers Conference and luncheon associational W.M.U. meeting; Wednesday, 9:45 and 6:45, Church Visitation, 6:15, All Church potluck dinner, 7, Au-xiliaries meet; Thursday, 6:30, officers and teachers meeting, 7:30, prayer meeting and Bible study; Saturday, 7:30, Associational Youth Rally at Pahn Baptist in Riverside. Program, "Life of Tony Fontaine". Christ Lutheran (Mo. Synod]— Monday, 7:30, Pastor's Discussion class. Divine Saviour United Presbyterian — Tuesday, 7, Session meeting; Wednesday. 1, Ruth & Naomi circle, 7, Ca^-a Blanca; Thursday. 7, Bible study. First Assembly of God — Tuesday, 7, Bible study and prayer service. First Presbyterian — Monday, 7. Sr. Hi group meets with caravan team at home of Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton McRae; Tuesday, 1, Jr. Hi young people meet with caravan team, 7:30, caravan team Redlands Daily Facts Monday, July 1, 1963 -7 Legion plans July Fourth dance A Fourtii of July dance will follow a day of family picnicking at the American Legion clubhouse, 820 West State street, it was announced today by Royca Zeek, commander of Redlands Post No. 106. The dancing will be from 9 to 1 and will be open to the public. Music will be by Tony Roe and his group — "The Defenders". The flag crew will have their annual breakfast after putting up the flags on lamp posts throughout the business district. The barbecue will be in operation for family use in the patio. Commander Zeek said. meet with Christian Education committee: Wednesday, 10 a.m., prayer fellowship in the chapel. University Methodist — Wednesday, 7, Commissions meetings, 8, official board. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified .Ads. Here's real undercover comfort! TEE-SHIRTS 2 FOR $2.95 ATHLETIC SHIRTS 2 FOR $2.95 9 WASH AND WEAR UNDERWEAR Yes, Decton full-cut Tee-shiris, afhietic shirts, and sprinter shorts give you new freedom of raovement plus the advantage of easy-care. Arrow-tailored of a marvelous blend of Dacron* polyester and cotton, they need no ironing and offer perfect fit and long, wonderful wear. And they're processed for minimum shrinkage, too. *Du Pont Reg. TJA. SPRINTER SHORTS $2,00- W. Eugene AAolone Roy L Guin Everett* J. Fronken 'Of woo C/ottes Sinet 1922 11 East State St^DiaiPT 3-2505

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