Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 19, 1959 · Page 10
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 10

Redlands, California
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Thursday, March 19, 1959
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10—Thursday, Mar. 19, 1959 Redlands Daily Facts "i -'T* "VTMP 7 'v«."; - :*f jr THE ORIGINAL "SHEEPISH" GRIN—Not on the fellows but check the expression on that chubby Southdown sheep on the left which is being held by his proud owner, Terry Klenske, 1G, who has entered these two prizes in the FFA competition. Terry is also a Redlands High school student in the agriculture department who has raised these two woolies as his Future Farmer project and will receive one of the 72 certificates at the banquet April 7. Lloyd Evje of the Security bank, co-sponsors of the FFA competition, checks the coat of the sheep on the right. CAMERA MUGGERS ON THE HOOF—These Holstein and Guernsey cows take time out to preen for the camera rather than the judges during Future Farmer competition. These cows are the FFA project of Dave MacKewen, 17, of Redlands High school (left) and are shown being given a final look-see by James Maynard, right, one of the judges. This project is one of 72 which will be awarded certificates at an April 7 Awards banquet at the Mission Inn. The annual competition is being sponsored for tie fifth year by Security First National Bank in cooperation with the California State Bureau of Agricultural Education. Lloyd Evje. vice president and manager o" the Redlands branch of Security is seen in the center discussing the judging with Mr. Maynard. KISS ME, YOU FOOL — This "touching" love scene between two prize Berkshire hogs is being promoted by Larry Deaton, 16, who is actually trying to get his bashful contest entries to look at the camera. These hogs are his entries in the Future Farmer competition and will be among those awarded certificates April 7. Larry is a Redlands High school student in the agriculture department STRETCHING THINGS LOXDOX. England 'I'PIi-Pub- lic investors, speculating on the shape of things to come, responded to an offer to sell 450,000 shares in a company called Corsets Silhouette with applications for 14.750.000 shares, the company said today. Student Band, Barred From N. Y. Parade, Finds Friends Look what a Gas clothes dryer will do for you! DRIES FASTER! Laundry dries faster in a Gas clothes dryer than in any other type of dryer - faster even than in California sunshine. Gas dries cottons fresh, sweet and kitten-soft in less time than it takes to wash them! TURNS OUT NICER LAUNDRY! Corduroys and jeans come out of a Gas clothes dryer wrinkle-free and ready to wear. Sheets need no ironing. Bath towels are as thirsty and fluffy as when new. Setting dryer at "damp-dry" eliminates sprinkling, and how magically your iron glides over Gas-dried clothes! JERSEY CITY. \. J. (UPI) The 176 happy feet of the St. Pe tersburg. Fla., senior high school band will step proudly in a St. Patricks Day parade, after all. "We celebrate St. Patrick's Day around here for nine days." said Jersey City Deputy Mayor T. .lames Tumulty. The city invited the 88 downcast youngsters to forget their snub by New York City last Tuesday and march here, today. , The offer came just as the band was packing up to rclurr. sadly to St. Petersburg after being barred from the annual St. Patrick's Day parade in New York because of technicalities. Band Director Everett Roberts had tried mightily to break through the green tape but parade officials were adamant. The marching unit hadn't filed in advance its composition or the required list of numbers it had planned to play, they said, so no marching. Worked For Funds When it came time for the pa rade Tuesday the youthful musicians sat in their hotel lobby far from the emerald-tinted pageantry of Fifth Avenue. Some of the girls cried, the boys moped. During the past months the youngsters had worked after and go home without the dust oil —Presentation to the band of Fifth Avenue on their shiny boots, the keys of the city plus a bou- But word flashed across thejquet of green flowers. Hudson River to Jersey City —A mile-long parade featuring where Mrs. Florence Witkouski local service clubs, the Police De- dropped leaden hints and Jersey|partment. various green berib- Journal Editor Eugene Farrell, boned city officials who included called at City Hall. Presented City's Keys Reaction was swift and Jersey City's mayor issued the invitation. In no time the band members found themselves thru.-!;green ice cream, from gloom into the limelight of "We want them to know that an impromptu affair that in- '.here's some Southern hospitality eluded: in the North," Tumulty explained. Tumulty and .Mayor Charles S. VYitkowski i Mrs. Witkowski is Irish by birth.) —Lunch at the Hotel Fairmount as guests of the city. For dessert. Backstairs At White House By MERRIMAN SMITH UPI White House Reporter WASHINGTON 'I'PIi Backstairs at the White House: Visitors to President Eisenhower's office last Monday night whenl he delivered his radio-TV report ig ^jj on Berlin noticed a profusion ofj holes in the floor. The holes are most noticeable in the cork flooring inside the double glass doors opening from the office onto the porch overlooking the rose garden. Most of the office floor is covered by a heavy green rug, but Eisenhower inscribed it to the other Ike of the White House. school babysitting and doing odd jobs to help raise the $11,000 needed to take the band to New- York. And now there was nothing to do but put away the instruments GIVES TOUMGRE FREE TIME! A Gas dryer lets you launder any time— day or night rain or shine. You can do some each day if you wish — keep caught up. Tossing laundry in a Gas dryer is as easy as tossing it in a hamper. No baskets to carry. No hanging up and taking down! GAS CLOTHES INSTALLED FREE NOW! Select yours today! This money-saving offer is for limited time only! COSTS LESS TO USE! About \V:t a load! That's all it costs a typical family, of four to dry an average 8-pound load of laundry in a Gas clothes dryer-less than half the operating cost of other type dryers! A Gas dryer also reduces your cleaning bills because you can do shag rugs, spreads, slip covers, etc. ...and do them professionally, too! If you've been thinking about a new Gas clothes dryer, buy it now and save! For a very limited time, •normal installation is free! This special offer applies to participating dealers selling Blackstone, Easy, Hamilton, Maytag, Norge, O'Keefe & Merritt, Philco-Bendix, RCA Whirlpool, Roper, Speed Queen and Sunaire. Visit your Gas appliance dealer or Gas Company showrooms for a demonstration and complete de­ tails. You'll find that Gas clothes dryer prices start at only $219.95. You may choose from a variety of models, and decorator colors in addition to white. If you're short of space, select one of the new Gas • washer-dryer combinations that takes up little more room than a washer or dryer alone. Your dryer installation allowance will be credited to the installation cost of a combination washer-dryer. Don't wait! Offer ends soon. Pick out your Gas clothes dryer now! modern^ NO WITNESS BOXES NEW YORK i UPI i — Kings County Surrogate Maximilian Moss called his first court to order Tuesday in Brooklyn's new S18.5OO.000 Supreme Court build-, ing. He noticed that something was missing—the witness box. Building officials informed Moss that the architects had not provided witness boxes in any of the elegant courtrooms because a committee of judges wanted it that way. Moss ordered a witness box installed with all due speed. the basic cork flooring can be seen around the edges. At least some of the visitors came to one conclusion. The countless small holes in the cork must have been made by someone wearing spiked shoes. Like spiked golf shoes. Isaac Avery, a tall, affable artist with a hammer and saw, is about to complete 30 years as the White House carpenter and cabinet maker. Although the notable anniversary is some months away, Avery has received colorful recognition ol his long service. Earl Chesney, one of the President's chief congressional liaison men, also is quite an artist. He prepared a color sketch of Avery juggling the tools of his trade and both the President and Mrs. Secretary of Interior Fred Seaton either needs the exercise, or is saving the government 's asoline. On clear days, he has walking from the White House back to the Interior Department after cabinet meetings. This sort of thing can be quite unsettling to some of the civil servants who measure a man 's standing in the federal community by the kind of government car assigned to him. Only cabinet members have the rock-solid security which affords them the luxury of being seen walking down the street. The sole picture of the table behind the President's desk these days is a gold-framed color photograph of Mrs. Eisenhower in her 1953 inaugural gown. When the President goes on television from his office, Robert Montgomery sees to it that a large piece of marcon felt is taped solidly to the desk top so the TV floodlights don't bounce harshly back into the President'J eyes. "The surface of his desk is highly polished and the seven spot and floodlights used on an office telecast would turn the desk top into a dazzling reflector without the felt covering. 2 GREAT NEW JOHN DEERE INDUSTRIAL TRACTORS serves besLcosts less SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS COMPANY For modern Gat service beyond our system, tee your L-P Gas dealer. REDLANDS* HEADQUARTERS FOR AUTOMATIC GAS CLOTHES DRYERS BURROUGHS 117 EAST STATE Phon. PY 3-5485 Appliances Yes—our place of business is the headquarters for big savings in operating costs in your business. For we have now, ready for your inspection and ready to go to work for you, the great new John Deere "440" Industrial Tractors. You'll want to see both of these—the new John Deere Crawler and the new John Deere Wheel-Type—both jam packed with features that spell big work capacity at rock-bottom costs. You'll want to see the "heart" of these tractors, the efficient John Deere engine, so famous for delivering so much, for so long, for so little cost. You'll want to see the many construction features of hood, grille, frame, and either wheel or track assemblies—plus optional new clutch-type direction reverser —that enable them to do more than their share of pushing, pulling, lifting, digging, and hauling. You'll want to see their clean, modern, functional design that makes them businesslike in operation, easy to service and economical to maintain. See them at our store at your very next opportunity. JOHNSON Tit ACT OK CO Tor the Best Equipment and Service" I RIVERSIDE 3133 S«v«n»h St. Rivcrtid* OVerland 6-4560 1

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