Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 10, 1963 · Page 17
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SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzet ZOO Q's By NANCY VOGEL Smile! Oh, never mindl" THURS.. JULY llth — 7 1] P.M. WATER — FUN f=OR BOYS AND GIRLS . 99c AQUA-JETS Reg. $3.98 REDLANDS TOYVILLE 13 W. State St. — Downtown Redlands Q. What informatiwi can you give about the tree house in Africa where tourists can safely watch the wiJd animals? A. A 50 by 100 foot house, referred to as "Treetops", has been built in Kenya. It overlooks a water hole where animals come to drink. (This is the second "Treetops"; the first was burned by Mau Maus several years ago.) Parties of 16 can be accommodated in it. Safari jeeps take the tourists to within a quarter of a a mile of the tree house; the last distance must be covered on foot. In spite of the jungle surroundings, the tree house itself is the last word in convenience — it has electric lights, hot and cold running water, a kitchen and a bar. Animals which frequent tliis area are rhinos, buffalos, elephants, wart hogs, hippos, baboons, ctaDcs, antelopes, waterbucks, and many others. Q. I have heard of a "Cat Care Club" in Los Angeles. Could you give any information about this club, what it is and what its purposes are? A. The Cat Care Club was founded by Mrs. Marie Saltus, and its address is 2240 Barry avenue. West Los Angeles. Edith Head, the well known designer, is also connected with this group. The principal purpose of this group is to find homes for unwanted cats. Cats are taken in whenever there is room; workers for this club, and donations, are needed. The telephone number is GRanite 83884. Q. There's a poem about little Algy and a bear. Could you print it please? A. Little Algy met a bear. The bear was bulgy. The bulge was Algy- TELEVISION IN REVIEW By RICK DU BROW HOURS: to 5:30 Daily 7 p. m. to 11 p. m. MAD NIGHT SIDEWALK SPECIALS. OUTSTANDING VALUES! $3.90 DRESSY FLATS BY . . CONNIE AND DELMAR FROM OUR CURRENT SUMMER STOCKS. VALUES TO $7.99 $7.90 DRESSY HEELS BY ... JACQUELINE AND CONNIE. FROM OUR CURRENT SEASON STOCKS. VALUES TO S13.99 $9.90 NATURALIZER SHOES WHITE • BONE BLACK VALUES TO $15.99 ^l30CTEI2y 18 E. State •— Downtown Redlands HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - If you think documentaries have to be dull, then you should have caught the two Japanese policemen practicing their tourist English Tuesday night in NBC-TV's new sum mer series of visits to famous cities. The weekly half-hour program, which replaces "Chet Huntley Reporting," is entitled "Report From—". The debut was "Report From Tokyo." And I doubt that television has produced a more charming or winningly-presented sequence all season than the one with those two cops, brushing up for the tourist invasion of the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo—with one of the officers pretending to be an American looking for a post office. The series will deal with happenings of current interest in the various cities, and the two stories Tuesday night from Tokyo focused on preparations for the Olympics and Japan's troubled teen-age generation, which is desperately seeking for roots after having its traditions uprooted. As host, reporter John Rich was an extremely valuable asset, going through his paces on camera as well as off, making one feel that a considerable amount of information had been compressed into half an hour, and doing it artfully and incisively as well. In an acutely funny lesson —intended or not—he approached one of those two cops as a typi cal tourist might, and in his con- ersation with the officer, asked. Is the water in the city safe? It was better than any lecture on good manners abroad. And for just plain laughs, they were a wildly improbable comedy team. I can think of half a dozen agents who would book them immediately. Aside from the wit, which I overemphasize here, the Olympic preparation scenes included a brief chat with the mayor of Tokyo, who described the upcoming event as the biggest in Japan since the war; and examples of work-in-action, such as the prep- sration of nine new miles of sub way, an urban facelifting and the construction of a monorail. I might add there was a Japnese drum-and-bugle corps, with flutes instead of bugles. The report on teen-agers empha sized tlie weakened family ties since World War II, the uncertainty of beliefs, the great number of young suicides, the West- cm-style street comer types. There was a sharp shot of a youngster wearing blue jeans and another with Japanese sandals. Also brought home was the disturbing all-out seeking for security and material thmgs. The pictorial presentation of aU these elements was top-notch. ABC-TV's "Focus on America," a half-hour series of documentaries by local stations, returned for another summer Tuesday night, and the first show was a strong, clinical visual picture of an auto accident victim as he is cared for in the emergency room of a Detroit hospital, operated on and eventually released. The idea of drawing on local sources for documentaries is a sound one. And why not for more dramas and other entertainment too? The Channel Swim: NBC-TV's "Today" show originates from northern Michigan the week of Aug. 5...Onetime movie headliner Evelyn Brent guests on ABC-TV's "Day in Court" Friday...Paramount-TV is said to want James Stewart to star in a possible series about the Air Force Acad- Thursday's THE NIGHT We'll Be Out Front On The Walk Until 11 PM Up fo 7SVo Discounf on many items BARGAINS FOR SMART SHOPPERS lilifflliimi>t»li»MliiMiia<» You Don't Need Cash of W.A. open A "Handy Cirarge" Account Downtown-114L State St. PARK & SHOP DOWNT6WN WE VALIDATE emy. Ella Fitzgerald appears on Steve Allen's syndicated nightly program July 19, with jazz trumpeter Roy Eldridge featured... NBC-TV's Andy Williams is reported doing smash business in a singing tour in the Pacific Northwest; the Henry Mancini orchestra is backing him. ABC-TV is supposedly contemplating a 1964-65 series, "Alexander the Great," with Samuel Bronston, maker of movie spectaculars, being sought to produce the one-hour test film. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances «ill find a ready market through Classified Ads. Redlands Dally facts Wed., July 10.1963- 17 Bids called for Calimesa scKool The Yucaipa School District has called for bids for the construction ol the five classroom CaUmesa school addition at 13523 Second street, Yucaipa. Bids will be received at 8 p.m. uly 16 in the Yucaipa School district office. The five classroom addition will consist of about 5,000 square feet of area. Cost is estimated at some $90,000. Plans were prepared by Architects Smith, Powell and Morgridge of Los Angeles. Work wiU consist of composition roofing, asphalt tile floor covering, concrete floor, plastering, painting, electrical work, plumbing, ventilatmg, heating and structural and miscellaneious metal work. Moon/ffe Specials/ 'Q Thurs. Nite Only! OFF on Any Swimsuit in Stock BLOUSE $100 ^'•ousi ^™ OFF any ^A PRI . SKIRT 15 E. State St. Downtown Redlands CIsaf cr>st3l rose motif bowl paired with Magic Rose Tidbit spoon for sauces, relishes, jams, appetizers or sweets. Quite a lot for $1 and it makes a wonderful gift, too! 1847 ROGERS BROS. America's Finest Silverplate THE INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY Hinerman, JEWELER 109 Orange St. • Validated Parking Downtown Redlands Since 1935 • S. & H. Green Stamps GUARANTEED TWICE! 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