Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 11, 1963 · Page 2
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2 - Thurs., July 11, 1963 Redlands Daily Facts Garbage Disposal About five billion pounds of garbage will be (literally) washed down the drain in the United States this year by persons who use garbage disposals. MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MATTRESSES Free Piek-Up and Delivery Free Estimates BANNER Mattress S Upholstery Co. 122 CAJON PY 3-5851 PLANE LANDS SAFELY CHATTANOOGA. Tenn. (UPI) —A malfunctioning of an instrument panel forced a United Air Lines prop-jet Viscount, with 25 persons aboard, to make an unscheduled landing at Lovell Field here Monday. The plane was flying from Buffalo, N.Y., to Memphis. NO MORE BLISTERS LONDON (UPI) — The BriUsh army, in another move to make militaiy life attractive to recruits, is going to issue blister-proof socks to its men. An announcement Wednesday said the socks are made of layers of plastic mesh which renders them shock absorbent and keeps the feet warm in winter and cool in summer. Challenge costs $100 SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (UPD- Leo McLaughlin, 22, angered when a barmaid turned down his request for a date, Wednesday threatened to ram his car through the tavern's front door. "I dare you to," the barmaid challenged. ITie young man accepted and was fined $100. Tobacco Diseast The agricultural research service of the United States Department of Agriculture has linked a widespread disease of tobacco, called weather fleck, to concentrations of ozone gase in slow- moving, polluted air, according to the Britannica Book of the Year. Last Few DAYS. HURRY TO . . . ifVifft'^ MEN'S WEAR Clearance •SUITS- FAMOUS NAME BRANDS Two selected groups of the finest suits madel This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime value. A wide variety of the finest fabrics, colors and sizes. Values to $ $75.00 88 Values to $ $89.50 88 Alterations Extra Alterations Extra • SPORT COATS Two groups of very handsome sport coats to suit your every need at a wonderful saving. Famous brands. Values to $39.95 $ 88 Values to $50.00 $ 88 •DRESS SLACKS ^...88 A very fine group of 100% wool & wool/ Values to ^ | # tropical slacks in regular or light weight. $25.00 • ^> Alterations Extra •CASUAL JACKETS A marvelous saving on fin* iaekets right for school, sport or just plain comfort. Included are poplins, laminated iaekets and heavier jackets. Many water repellent. Values to $y||^88 Volues to $ 88 $12.95 Values to ^ $19.95 4 10 $16.95 38 Vo'"^^ *^ $ $25.00 8 12 88 Orion Knit SPORT SHIRTS $588 A real saving on knit shirts of distinction. Values to Cardigan & Slipover models ... completely washable. • SPORT SHIRTS Thr»« croups of handsome sport shirts. All groups In Ivy or regular collar styling. Shirts styled for California living. All washable fabrics. Now'* th« fime to stock upI Values to $ $5.95 88 Vdues to ^ $6.95 88 SWEATERS $4 ,88 Two good-looking groups of cardigans and slipovers in wools and wool/erlon. Values to $12.95 Values to $18.95 $g88 _ _ _ m ^^^^m m% m ^IVC* Two very fine groups . . .both in cotton C^UaoLPANTa Aerilan and rayon. Most art in the ^WnWWfc • • •* popular Continental model. 88 Values to $^49 $4.98 ^ Values to ^ $6.98 SHOES famous Brands. Good Choke oi Oress or Casual Sinks Vdues to $13.95 $588 Vdues to $17.95 $g88 30S Oranae St. Rei FOR MEN 308 Orange St. Redlands NO REFUNDS NO LAYAWAYS NO GIFT WRAP OPEN THURS. & FRI. NiTES FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Four days left to apply for astronaut jobs HOUSTON (UPI) — Civilian pilots have four more days to apply for jobs as astronauts, the National iVeronautics and Space Administration said today. The deadline for applications was originally July 1 for civilian applicants and July 15 for military applicants. The spacecraft center said, however, it had not intended to stop receiving applications from civilians July 1. The new deadline for both military and civilian applicants will be July 15. More tlian 175 civilians, including two women, have applied. Q —^The bidding has been: South West Xorth Bast 1 Pass 2 A» Pass 3 4^ Pass 3 A Pass 4* Pass SV Pass ? Yoti, South hold: 4AQ865 •KQ? i^K94 What do you do? A—Bid six spades. Tour partner has practically demanded that ;ou bid sue spades if you have second round diamond con- troU TODAY'S QCESTIOK The bidding has proceeded the same way up to your partner's bid of five hearts. This time you hold: . AAQSeS ¥108 «AJ7 «K94 What do you do? Answer Tomorrow ST. ceietif MSS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Senior Cifiiens Have 54 Af Birthday Party Senior Citizens club enjoyed a birthday party at their Friday meeting in the Y\VCA activities building with 54 members and a guest, Mrs. Sadie Hawkins, present. The cakes served during the afternoon were donated by Mrs. C. Zuren, Grace Gandy, Eva Coding, Ada Williams and Mable Joy. The club received word that the former first vice president's wife, Mrs. Graham Wilson, had undergone surgery in a Pasadena hospital and was now at home at 1769 Las Lunas street. Pasadena. She would like to hear from her friends in Redlands, it was announced. Tomorrow, cards and games will follow the business meeting. All men and women over 50 years of age are welcome to attend t\vo meetings as guests of the club. The dues for one year are payable at the third meeting. Meetings are conducted every Friday with a covered dish luncheon on the third Friday of the month. Nobel Prixe The Nobel Prize for literature in 1962. for the sixth time, went to a United States writer. The award. Voice Teacher Takes Office As M.T.A. President Installation of Florence Russell of Los Angeles as the 33th presi dent of the Music Teachers' As sociation of California was a scheduled highlight of the Association's annual convention which ends today in Sacramento. Mrs. Russell, for more than 39 years a teacher of voice in Los Angeles, is a member of the Los Angeles branch and has served on the state executive board for six years. She is a graduate of Pomona college and a Phi Beta Kappa. The organization, incorporated in 1397, includes in its membership more than 240O music teachers in 49 local branches. One of its principal purposes is to promote the understanding, performance and enjoyment of good music and to improve the levels of competence of pupil and teacher alike. The Certificate of Merit program, specifically designed to achieve this aim, last year included more than 15,000 student participants throughout the state. Master Point Winners Named this time, went to John Steinbeck, according to the Britannica Book of the Year. Thirteen fables took part in the monthly Master Point duplicate bridge session yesterday at the YMCA. North-South winners were Mrs. Gordon Donald Jr. and Mrs. Ger- aldme Wright, first; Mrs. D. W. Cowen and Mrs. Percy Cornfield, second; Mrs. Jerome Harris and Mrs. Peter Preda, third, and Mrs. Ray Brown and Mrs. Richard Mealoy, fourth. East-West it was Mrs. E. D. Patterson and Mrs. Robert Wells. first; Jlrs. Mary Finder and Mrs. Ruth Robertson, second; Misa Betty Collins and Mrs. Jack Neblett, third; Mrs. Max Starr and Mrs. Sol Brodt, fourth. There will be a Winners Game Sunday evening starting at 7 o'clock at the YJICA. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances Villi find a ready market through Classified Ads. Derle R. Riordan, M. D. ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRAaiCE OF MEDICINE RELATED TO DISEASES OF THE EAR, NOSE AND THROAT 233 CAJON ST., REDUNDS TELEPHONE 793-2631 or 792-2200 ANNOUNCING tSSSS PROGRAMMED COOKING cooks any roast automatically—then keeps it serving-hot up to 4 more hours! Yours only on new Gas ranges. 3:30 —Pop your roast in the oven. Then simply set a dial. Koast starts cooking immediately, automatically! You're free to turn your back on the kitchen. 6l00—Before roast is completely done, oven gradually reduces temperature to 170°-the exact scientifically-measured heat that keeps food hot without farther cooking. 8:00-Or even 9:00,your roast waits for you... still perfectly cooked, still serving-hot! See Programmed Cooking demonstrated where Gas ranges are sold! ProBrammed Cooking is one of many advanced features available on the following new Gas ranges: Gaffers & Sattler (Illustrated), O'Keefef & Merritt, Magic Chef, Roper, Wedgewood, Brown, Caloric, Hardwick, Norge, RCA Whirlpool, Tappan.esouTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS CO.MPANY *

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