Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 5, 1964 · Page 23
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Korea experienced all varieties of warfare LAST MONTH - IN HISTORY""*. 7 HtHI Manila compromise promises end to Combodia-U.S. rift. By SAMUEL KIM have been the signal for SEOUL, Korea (UPI) — Kor- resumption of all-out war. cans like to call their country . Maintain Big Armies j "The Land of the Morning The nervous truce compels j Calm." Korea is indisputably'.both South and North Korea to j lovely, except perhaps to a j continue to maintain large milt-[ freezing G.I., with its templed|tary establishments. The Re-j hills. But it is seldom peaceful.;public of Korea has about 600.-! Throughout its claimed his-000 men under arms. 500,000 of] fory of 4.296 years, the penins-jwhom constitute the fourth 1 ula has experienced invasion, j largest standing army in the • foreign occupation, civil war!world (after the Soviet Union. I and revolt in every conceivab-jCommunist China and the Unit-; le pattern. For centuries, the ed States). ROK forces are: Chinese and Japanese used backed up by 50,000 American Korea as a battlefield. j servicemen. Today, Korea is tragically di-j The Communist north has| vided into halves. The Com-j400,000 men in uniform, and be- rnunist-ruled north is officially'hind them stands Communist called the People's Democratic iChina and its 2,500,000 - man Republic of Korea, the capital 1 army. is Pyongyang. The American- 1 The maintenance of such huge supported south is the Repub-(garrisons inevitably plac- lic of Korea. les heavy burdens on Korea's The capital (as before the di- 1 economy and retards its prog- vision of the country) is Seoul. |ress. This is especially true in This is the soil on which the I the south, which is less ind;is- first United Nations force ever'tralized than the north and has created fought an aggressor af-!a larger population—26 million ter the North Korean army invaded South Korea on June 25, 1D50. Korea is still technically in ajU....^.. ^,„, t .„ - ... . state of war. No full peace set-1 employment in the civilian sec- l,)0r(lcrs on Manchuria and Si- fiement has ever been reached.!tor: it is therefore misleading berla t0 tllc nor,h - Across the although an armistice w a sjto argue that the army soaks!narrow. 120-mile -wide Korea signed 10 years ago, on July 27, up manpower that would other- Strait lies Japan. 1953. Skirmishes take place!wise be employed in productive! Despite its relatively ESBBGI Arty. Gen. Robert Kennedy off for Tokyo for talks to cool Indonesia- Malaysio dispute. SKI Sen. Margaret Cbase Smith, R-Moine, first woman to enter presidential race. Uncle Sam frowns | on British bus sale to Cuba. JAN. 29-31 Reds force U.S. plane down orer East Germany. Three aboard die. Bodies, plana are returned to the West. EUJBB Castro on surprise visit to Moscow. Redlands Daily Facts Wed., Feb. 5, 1964 - 23 a larger population—26 as against 10 million. The ROK defense establish-! mcnt is totally supported by the conteinent, dividing the Yellow United States, and there is un -i Sea from ,lle Sca of Japan. It .1 South Korea's gross national munist country on earth wherc;and an additional 900 million product, which totaled S1.9 bil-i industry and agriculture both j rubles (approximately $990 mil lion in 1962. Per capita income are in good shape. jlion) from other Communist is estimated at S73. The United States has poured countries. Live Off Land $2.5 billion in economic aid in-; But the country is far from | Three-fifths of the population to South Korea since 1954. The j self-sufficient. Aid money makes small: lives off the land. Farm plots, former United Nations Koreanjup most of the deficit: the an from time lo time along theilabor. But it is certainly appar-jarea, 85.226 square miles or truce line, which meanders 155|cnt that the military effort has'about the size of Kansas or miles across the wasp waist ofjdislocated the life of the nation.!Great Britain, Korea has long the peninsula and is 2 'i miles! Location Strategic Ibeen regarded as strategically wide. | Korea's tragedy stems from desirable. Tugs of war over Ko- Three Americans, two South!its geographical position. Theirea led to the Sino-Japanese Koreans and four North Koreans!mountainous Korean Peninsula! War of 1S94-95 and the Russo- were killed in 1963 in truce-zone lis like a thumb slicking out ofljapanese War of 1904-1905. "incidents." any of which could!the eastern part of the Asian) Trading Banned No trade or travel is permitted between North and South Korea. Economically, t h e division gave North Korea 70 per cent of the undivided country's heavy industry, 90 per cent of t h e electric power, and the greater part of the minerals. In the mountains that cover four-fifths of Korea are found coal (mostly anthracite), iron iorc, tungsten, amorphous graphite, gold, silver, bismuth, copper, lead, kaolin, talc, fluorite. There are no known resources of iol. Agriculture is a principal means of livelihood and rice is the main crop. Korean farmers also raise such summer grains as barley, millet, soybeans and what, and potatoes, tobacco and cotton. Their sidelines include wildworms and livestock. Agriculturel production ac counts for about one-third of Hinerman JEWELER Exquisite Costume JEWELRY Famous Names Including HAITIE CARNEGIE — Up to % OFF Wide Selection WATCH BANDS Men's & Women's — Up to 50 % Selected Group CLOCKS OFF JL OFF 3 MAHY OTHER ITEMS REDUCED for 5 DAYS — Lighters, Mechanized Pencils, efe. 109 Orange St. Downtown Redlands WE VALIDATE PARKING TICKETS are small, tools and methods!Reconstruction Agency (UNK-!nuaI spring belt tightening are primitive and poverty is RA) spent over S140 million, known as "climbing barley hill chronic. Modernized farming is North Korea received 1.30 billion i which means waiting for the being pushed, however, in North j rubles) approximately S1.43 bil-! first barley crop to ripen docs Korea, perhaps the only Com-'lion in aid grants from Russia!the rest. Bolivian airport named for Kennedy LA PAZ, Bolivia (UPI) — A new, 2 I .i-miIe-high airport here jwas christened "John F. Ken jnedy" Monday in memory of the assassinated U.S. President. President Victor Paz Estens soro, U.S. Ambassador Douglas Henderson and U.S. Air Force Col. Robert Breitweiser were present at the dedication ceremonies. GABRIEL BROS. »~ — THURSDAY — FRIDAY — SATURDAY — WOMEN'S I GIRLS' — WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES Our better shoes Reduced . . . For Final Clearance . . . $ FLATS $ A nice selection of our regular shoes reduced to 3 BARGAIN TABLE SPECIALS . . SI In Our Thrift Department WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES Broken sizes — odd pairs — I of a kind reduced for final clearance . . $ GIRLS' FLATS $ Teen styles — I of a kind — broken sizes reduced for final clearance . • 2 Broken Sizes — All Sales Final — No Exchanges or Refunds GABRIEL BROS.I FAMILY SHOES BANKAMERICARD 27 E. State — Redlands . . . presents SAYINGS for You During Dollar Days!! THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, FEB. 6, 7, 8 these items Interesting savings on interesting items. Check through and you will find some really good 'buys' for your home. Clean Up — Fix Up — Save at the Same Time SPRAY ENAMEL ... Reg $1.59 96c Discontinued Interior & Exterior Martin Senour Paints 1 Gallon ... Reg. $7.50 to $9.50 $2.88 1 Quart ... Reg. $1.85 to $2.95 96c 1 Pint... Reg. 95c to $1.45 48c Vi Pint... Reg. 65c to 90c 29c VA Pint... Reg. 60c 19c HARDWARE - GARDEN 25-Ft. Garden Hose ... Special .... 96c Poppy Lawn Sprinkler.. Reg. $3.95 Special $ 2.88 Corona Grass Shears... Reg. $2.25 Special $ 1.66 Flaring Hose Nozzle... Reg. $1.35 Special 99c Paramount Electric Edger... Reg. $36.95 Special $29.88 Water Broom ... Reg. $2.98 . . . Special $ 2.28 FURNITURE DEPARTMENT-TOP FLOOR DISCONTINUED RUG SAMPLES . $ Special 1 Assortment BEDSPREADS 50 ?b OFF Van Vorst Twin or Full Siie $ MATTRESS & BOX SPRING Regularly $79.50 Sef 5-Pieee Walnut BEDROOM GROUP Regularly $303.50 59 50 $ 219 50 5-Piece VIRTUE DINING SET Regularly $79.50 96" Contemporary style SOFA in BEIGE Regularly S329.50 $ 199 50 HOME ESSENTIALS - GIFTWARE "SHINO" METAL POLISHING CLOTH 15-Piece CAKE DECORATING SET . . MOULI GRATER . . MOULI MINCER . . Heart Angel — Reg. $2.98 CAKE PAN . Assorted JELLO MOLDS 45-Piece Melmac Reg. $19.95 DINNERWARE SETS CLOSE-OUT SI SI . • $1 . • $1 $]98 $1288 FROZEN FOOD SAWS! KITCHEN SHEARS . $1 ASH TRAYS . . . . $1 HOT PAD SETS . . $1 Te X an NUT SHELLER $2.95 SOCK RACK . . . . $1 Secret Valet BATHROOM DEODORIZER TO* Disposable BROILER PANS . 8 „ n TELEVISION SPECIALS R.C.A. 23" CONSOLE TELEVISION Antiqued White French Provincial SAVE $4 PER INCH Reg. $359.95 DOLLAR DAYS *259 95 General Electric 23" CONSOLE TELEVISION Danish Walnut with UHF SAVE $2 PER INCH Reg. $279.95 DOLLAR DAYS General Electric 23" CONSOLE TELEVISION Maple Finish SAVE $2 PER INCH Reg. $219.95 DOLLAR DAYS $239 95 *179 95 PARK 'n SHOP VALIDATION Furniture Draperies Housewares Hardwares Appliances DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS (FEB. 6, 7, 8) Men's Socks .... 2 prs. $1.00 Ladies'Seamless .. 2 prs. $1.00 Ladies'Full Fashioned 2 prs. $1.00 Nurse's White . . . 2 prs. $1.00 WEARING APPAREL GOOD'S 102 Orange St., Downtown Redlands PARKING VALIDATION — BANK OF AMERICARD SI. KEYSTONE DRUG'S February THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY February i, 7, 8 "Aqua Net" — 13-oz. size H 4fe HAIR SPRAY 7Q Reg. Value S2 "Just Wonderful" 13-oz. size HAIR SPRAY Reg. Value S2 Squibb's "1600" TOOTH BRUSH Reg. Value 69c Alco-Soothe In Plastic Container RUBBING ALCOHOL.. Reg. 49c Pint 25 Tablets Alka Seltzer Reg. 59c Woodburry New Dry Hair JM £^ SHAMPOO AQ Reg. $1.00 for 10.3 oz. New Pink Pamper SHAMPOO Reg. 35c, 60c, $1 PRICE Woodbury New Lanolin Rich LOTION Reg. 51. Special "Halo" Super Soft & Regular HAIR SPRAY Reg. $1.09 for 14-oz Close Outs Nationally Advertised Beauty Aids . . PRICE or LESS PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS PAUL IIALLUM 12 EAST STATE JERRY IIAISLIP Downtown Redlands

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