Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 3, 1965 · Page 4
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4 - Monday, May 3, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts dresser sets for your vanity 7« and 9# 99 Exquisite Mother's Day and graduation gifts... now specially priced. Dresser sets reg. priced to 14.98, now 7.99 and 9.99. vanity mirror tray with filigree trim. 3.99. hand mirror, 1.99 round vanity stand-up mirror, magnified on one side. 3.99. Cosmetics Womens Shoes Lockheed expert reports History repeats itself even in quality control 11 11 20 Regular J5.95 Paradise Kittens In white and bone mesh only. Begii/or Red Cross* "Riviera" In black, white and bone. Begu/or 1195 Americanas I* Low and mid heels in pink, bone, light blue, iJC^ and white. *This product has no connection whotever ^ /^M ~ with the American National Red Cross. ^ i'^jt^ History repeats itself as quality control specialists of today encounter the same old problems and frustrations that beset their counterparts of 100 years ago. This theme was discussed today in Los Angeles before the 19th Annual Technical Conference of the American Society for Quality Control by Paul E. Bruce, director of quality assurance for Lockheed Propulsion Company of Redlands. Bruce's presentation, "The 100 Years War For Quality Tools, Systems", points out that a sense of history is essential to understanding quality control and to satisfactory progress in this complex field. Because of the similarity between events which happened 100 years ago, and events happening today, and because quality control methods and techniques played such an important role in both times, Bruce draws a parallel between the chaotic events leading up to the disastrous launching of the first Civile T 7.„„,.,„„„ r. JI I , , countered today when missiles j^^"^'^""^"'^ Extent.on television go astray or satellites malfunction or the most modern sub- co as viewed by a quality control expert. He analyzed the obvious lack of sound quality control that surrounded the entire "Chimo" incident. By using official records he pointed out how three major failings that still exist in industry today were responsible for the problem the Navy found itself with 100 years ago: Failure to think and plan things through, poor comunica- tions, and problems of individual pride and prejudice. .According to Bruce, these three areas need constant attention and real effort on the part of the quality control specialist and his managment today if industry is to produce an ever higher quality product. 3% 5 ^^^^ Teachers take course about the ocecn marines are lost at sea. Quoting widely from official Navy and War Department transcripts of 100 years ago, Bruce graphically brought to life the entire story of the "Chimo" fias- Rosary tonight for Spike Jones course called "Teaching Children About the Ocean." The course is taught by Donald A. MacLean, who believes that the things most schools are teaching about the undersea world will be antiquated by the time the children reach adulthood. He envisions a world of ocean dairy farms where whale cows yield a ton of sugar-free milk every day, where cowboys in submarines ride herd on fish and where humans live at the bottom of the sea without needing oxygen tanks. .4mong the 148 teachers cn- WEST LOS ANGELES (UPI) —A rosary will be recited tonight for Spike Jones, who coaxed the wildest sounds from the weirdest "instruments" im-j rolled from Riverside and San aginable. ! Bernardino counties are the fol- Jones, 53, died in his sleep lowing Redlanders: early last Saturday morning. Marilyn J. Carlisle, Ann Lee His widow, singer Helen Gray- .•Andrews, Frances A. Carpenter, CO, and their three children! Jean H. Ducote, Gwcn L. Goldie, were at his bedside. iDuste D. Hiltgen, Marilyn J. The bandleader had been hos-1 Johnston, John E. Jones, Dixie pitalized twice this year forjJI. Kelley, Patricia D. Macon, respiratory trouble, stemming iW. W. Putnam, Nancy K. Hog- from asthm.a. ! ers and Snellen J. Smith. OUR VERY GREATEST • OUR VERY GREATEST • OUR VERY GR 60th Anniver&ary Sale EATEST •OUR VERY GREATEST >OUR VERY GREATEST •OUR V latest fashion find! special! desk accessories Give your desk an efficient lool< from this great collection of leather goods. Choose bridge pads, desk blotters, letter openers, memo pads, address books and more, in beautiful old master reproductions in brown, red, ton or green. Shop now while our great Anniversary Sale is in progress! Stationery Most popular item in our Costume Jewelry Department! Beautiful fashion pieces now priced low for our Anniversary Sale! Include many features of more expensive watches such as antique dials, gold textured trims, gilt numerals, gold markers and ornamental backs.. Wouldn't Mother love one for Mother's Dayl'Price plus tax. Costume Jewelry NOW SHOP HARRIS' MONDAY AND FRIDAY 9:30 A. M. TO 9 P. M. - OTHER DAYS 9:30 A. M. TO 5:30

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