Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 10, 1963 · Page 16
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16 - Wed., July 10, 1963 Redlands Daily Facts TOO DARK FOR KEVIN BIRMINGHAM, England (UPD —Five-year-old Kevin Sperin mailed himself during a game of "postman" Monday when he crawled through the door of a comer mailbox and couldn't get out again. "I didn't like it a bit in there," Kevm said later after mailmen rescued him. "It was dark." Colonial CDaple's MAD NITE THURSDAY, JULY llth —TtollP.M. WAS $299.95 7-Ft. Quilted S5fa with handsome wood trim. Choice of color in a smari scotchguarded and quilted cover. WAS $139.95 Solid Maple Bunk Bed set eemplett with Englander bunkie units 238 '98 CANDY STRIPE CARPET Sq. Yd. WAS $89.95 Swivel Rockers by Empire. Choice of print or tweed covers...- WAS $119.95 Nevamar Top DineHe Table and 4 hardwood Mates chairs Englander's Posture Rest C MATTRESS & ^ BOX SPRING SET 312 coil mattress and box spring fauilf fo hotel specifi- cotions. 8-year guorontee. Twin or full size. $89.95 VALUE. WAS $24.95 Hard Rock Maple Magazine Baskets by Sprague-Carleton. Hand rubbed finish WERE $24.95 Maple Bookcases $1 $ 14 19 WALL ACCESSORIES & PICTURES 20' 50 % OFF WAS $139.95 Large solid Mapio 8 Drawer Dresser ^mim and Plat* Class Mirror -.. # # Smarf Upholsfered Headboards. Sil^ Choice of style and color. T ^ Prices starf at MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST ON SALE NOW! Jems io Sti 'it YOiil W-rfcy cash terns — Budget terns with m mn ?mm mi « Im as U Months to pay. MAPLE HOUSE Colonial ACROSS FROM PENNEY'S 107 E. State Downtown Redlands OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL 9:00 CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Whaddya mean he isn't smart! This is bath day and you notice how far away from home he is'." FOOD FOR ALGERIA ALGIERS, Algeria (UPD - .An agreement was signed here Tucs- which an estimated S15 million worth of U.S. food will be distributed to 1.4 million Algerians. The OUR ANCESTORS by Quincy KAAA/1 e nu »r Ni*.!«. m «• ui JB. o«. Hinckley says Brown less than candid about budget Gov. Edmund Brown is being less than candid with tlie people of California about his budget Assemblyman L. Stewart Hinckley of Redlands said in Sacramento today. "In his budget speech to the Legislature he admitted that there was a surplus. Yet, he vetoed such items as the California Scholarship money which hurt the kids in districts throughout the states. This is the old bureaucratic game to apply pressure. "People up here are disturbed by the governor, and this does not exclude a number in the Democratic party. "What will happen is not cer­ tain. The Senate is holding a closed meeting today and the Assembly is waiting to see what will happen there. "It is possible that the Legislature will remain in session until the 26th, the last day the governor has for signing bills. If we do stay in session until then we will have much more of an equaj chance with the governor in what we do." TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. "You think tiiese shoes are funny, Effendi? You oughta see my feet!" day between the American CARE j year-long program will begin in organization and Algeria under I September. Downtown Redlands MAD NIGHT Thursday. July Hfli — 7 to 11 P.M. RED HOT SPECIALS Regular SPECIAL Westinghouse Floor Polishers Scrubber & Shampoo V. P. 15 39.95 $28.88 V. P. 20 49.95 36.88 Y. P. 30 59.95 44.88 V. P. 31 59.95 44.88 Hamilton Beach Porta-Vac 3195 28.88 Koover Cleaner, Model 434 59.95 39.88 O'Keefe & Merriff Gas Range 170 QQ (Demonstrator) Mod. 9039..._ 279.95 Easy Dryer-Gas_ 199.95 158.88 Amana Refrigerator-Freezer Combo 14 Cu. Ft_ 489.95 007.73 Close-out Revere Ware Stock -L Marked Limited Quantities and Sizts 2 Price 6. E. Steam & Dry Iron _.CIose out 10.88 Casco Thermal Massager. 29.95 19.50 Presto Egg Cooker 10.95 7i8 Metal Ironing Boards 7.95 4.88 Quantity Limited Serving Redlands BURROUGHS for 32 Years Appliances 117 E. State REDLANDS PY 3-5485 IN HOLLYWOOD Meet India-Style film characters By Erskine Johnson ABO.ARD JET FLIGHT 647,, tattered rags. We saw Shaik ; Bangkok to Cairo-(NEA)-We' ; somewhere over India at 32,000 : feet. Flying even higher over troubled India would be just dandy 'rf I launch into an animated discus sion. 'As the argument waxed hotter Died inaia wouia oe uanuj. with me - and thinking about and hotter, Shaik yelled to us to India reminded me: I should tell you about Mdiboob Shah, "the Cecil B. DeMille ' go on. ,, ^ . „ , "He caught up with us the fol- 'the Cecil B. ucMiue of ... -° f India." and about Shaik Baba. the ^.^L? ^.1!^?" assistant movie director, and his ''^^^e had the fitrr. ovtrnc gypsies, their duckens, goats, >ps> t.im extras. sheep and household effects. Shaik I-ve never met either gentle- even had the gj-psies coached on man m person but 1 have met ^lov, to trek past the camera. *t .1 ..rtU Val..nn fZtflfiinef fhp 'AH the Indians were amazed. them through Nelson Gidding, the film writer. Mehboob and Shaik are friends fhaik explained that he hadn't of Gidding. who wrote the film ^""^ ^'^^ play of the movie. "Nine Hours «heir chickens and livestock, to Rama " "° supersUtion about The picture was made by Mark ""e animals being photographed. Robsonon location in India and never even discussed em- Gidding spent four months on Ploymg the gypsies, but naturally the location. «o safeguard He penned a dispatch about their property. Mehboob and Shaik for the monthly "Journal" published by the Screen Producers Guild. ".Mehboob," Gidding wrote, "is a chunky, volatile Muslim, direc. Downtown Redlands MAD NITE iSfDEWALK SPECIAL! THURSDAY —7 to 11 p.m. Vl PRICE WHITE C Al C ELEPHANT d/\LC WESCRIPTWH JsiNcH Jiei TREASURE HOUSE MAD NIGHT I .-i^ Your unused furniture or appli- a chunky, volatile .MUsJim. airec- f,""^ J*"' '^^'^^^^ tor. producer and owner of the through Classified Ads. largest studio in Bombay." ————_ He was directing a movie there while Robson was directing "Nine Hours fo Rama" and one day he insisted on Robson and Gidding visiting his set. It took several hours," Gidding wrote, "before the director of photography was ready. WTien, finally, the cameras started to roll, Mehboob waited about 13 seconds and then shouted "Cut." ".Mehboob walked across the large sound stage to a i»-ayer rug in the hall. He got down on his knees, salaamed and then prayed for half an hour while some 150 people stood by without movement or sound." In India movie studios they don't have coffee breaks. They have prayer breaks. Shaik Baba, Gidding reports, was Robson's assistant director, and he tells this story on Shaik: 'One day we were driving to a location near Poena when we came upon a band of gypsies. Mark said he would like to have the gypsies in a sequence he was going to shoot the next day. Our Indian art director said it was impossible; gypsies in India had a superstition about being photographed. Shaik said he would try to get them, however. "Shaik stopped the car and ran across the field to the gypsy headman. He was a gaunt figure in THURSDAY. JULY 11th — 7to 11 P.M. SUMMER CLEARANCE DRASTIC REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS!! HURRY-WHILE THEY LAST'.! WOMEN'S SHOES Valttesfa3J9 ^7 REDUCED TO THOUSANDS OF SHO^JJ^"^ & wde selection o1 Men's COnON or STRETCH SOX 3 PR .97c CAPE COD CANVAS CASUALS All colors SizesAlOfJM 'yy REOUCEQ TO I HWIDMGS REDUCED TO "I 6B First Quality SEAMLESS NYLONS 2 PAlR ^^^^l^ SHOES OPEN FRI. NITES IIL 9 10 E. State St. Downtown Redlands THURSDAY. JULY 11th —7 to 11 P.M. SPECIAL CLOSE-OUT GROUP '^^'^'^^'^ Wafch Bands, Men 's Toiletries, Vibrafors, Hair Cuffing Kifs, efc. PRICE What a Buy! FOR THIS EXQUISITE 4 PIECE FOOTED COFFEE SERVICE famous IN Wm ROGERS • SILVERPLATE A rich addition to any home. Service includes 9 cup coffee pot, covered sugar bowl, cream pitcher and 12%' round tray that offers unlimited uses for serving convenience. .THE INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY 118 E. State JEWELER Downtown Redlands Phone 793-4806

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