Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 5, 1964 · Page 26
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 26

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 5, 1964
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^dlands Daily Facts 26 - Wed., Feb. 5, 1964 bailing contract SACRAMENTO (UPI) — The :ate Department of Pub- c Works Tuesday awarded a -•ontract for $64,705 to Albrite Fence Co., San Bernardino, for installing a metal beam guard railing at various locations in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. DOLLAR DAYS SPECIALS Ladies' Reg. $1.1? TURTLE NECK SLIPPERS . . Ladies' Reg. $1.19 LOW CUT BOOTS . . . Some peopfe think with sense of taste, smell By DELOS SMITH |a new theory of the mechanics UPI Science Editor (of thinking which scientifically NEW YORK (UPI) — After is czWcd "mentation." There extensive professional dealings is an abundance of such with a suburban upper class, a theories, none proved. It is an psvehiatrist concluded a lot of' a «eptcd fact, that people think, people think with their senses But h° w thinking is brought of taste and smell and as a re-; about in thcm has not yet been suit make much trouble for nailed down, themselves. j His theory is one of "olfac Dr. A. D. Jonas was offering tory-gustatory mentation." Jo- _^;nas said. He granted at once it lis not the usual way of think- iing. This is fortunate. People jwho "mentate" through taste land smell are usually brilliant : but only sporadically. They can I do the dumbest things and they | have a nasty arrogance which !makes enemies out of friends.] I Starts In Infancy I This abnormal "mentation," jjonas reasoned, got started jin the feeding troubles these people encountered when infants, j There were contradictions and 'stresses pertaining to food j which the infants could not com- Iprehend or reconcile. The result Ladies' Asst'd. Colors — Reg. $1.19 HI CUT BOOTS .... Styled in Expanded Segrane Vinyl Many colors to choose from. LADIES' CLUTCH BAGS Chalk White, Ear Jewels, Necklaces LADIES' JEWELRY Vert, to SI 57c or 2 for White Ribbon Run Lace Binding. In red or white LADIES' PETTI PANTS . Children's Imported Reg. $1.27 TENNIS SHOES LADIES' Handkerchiefs 10 for Reg. 29c each LADIES' *1 *1 $ 1 Wind Chasers 4 ° BALLERINA £ 0^ LAMP SHADES . . * | Toilet Tissue 10 ™< 88 Paper Towels 4 R * 88 Reduced to clear — Val. to $2.99 £ _ Ladies' Fall Dresses I 33 YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORS AT WOOLWORTH'S 2 East State Downtown Redlands AFTER NEHRU? — An Almost certain successor to the ailing Indian Prime Minister Nehru is Lai Bahadur Shastri, 39, one-time disciple of Gandhi. Baby boom of 1946, 1947 causes host of problems Pacific Coast News Service ithc total jumped by 600.000 to SACRAMENTO (PCNS) — '3.4 million. In 1W7 it totaled I Jane who rushed off to war.'monster which is now pushing I thereby missing out on sch«ol-]them out of the mainstream of ling and training, may find they carefree living and into the pool jcame back to help create a of unemployables. Just 17'i years ago S million American men and women shucked their uniforms and returned to make this country better for the next generation. We may not have succeeded;each year, in doing that but in six months) That bumper "baby boom' you, I. and any others of the j spells major trouble now. Our World War II era had better be national labor situation finds 3.8 million. The following year the total dropped back to 3.6 million. Thereafter, it increased at a normal rate of 100,000 or so BEST SELLERS ready to move over — the next generation has arrived. Take a moment and remember what happened in 1946. Not the first new post-war autos, re-j frigerators. etc., but the spec tacular increase in new babies. Yes sir, 1946 and 1947 were 'the years of the "baby boom." 1 -Vow, while you're reflecting. I start adding up those years. jThe agony of sudden telegrams, of mud and death and shattered Fiction THE GROUP — Mary McCarthy hopes and the delirious joy of THE VENETIAN AFFAIR —j"peace" may seem only a few Helen Maclnnes | years past but the calandar THE SHOES OF THE FISHER-;says it all hap'pened 17'.3 years MAN — Morris West lago. was a channeling of thought THE HAT ON THE BED — John: So , ;through taste and smell. I 0 „ara \ so! According to school Marshalling his evidence that ! CARAVANS — James Michcner Vollment figures for 1963-64 en adult feeding and thinking pat- THE LIVING REED — Pear! rollmcnts Fn the senior class terns can be recognizably alike. Buck- jumped bv 21.4 per cent. To Jonas described some of his pa-,ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET , hose %vho i, avc hccn wa t c hin<* tients. One man enjoyed onlyi SERVICE — Ian Fleming ,_" n01il . ar ..k a K v . boom" the first four or five bites ofjTHE SPY WHO CAME IN 1 ' | FROM THE COLD — John Lc fcindcrBarten ; Carre ! post war move from pre-schoolers, to to elementary! even his favorite dishes. In conversations he quickly tired of, tarrc ^,..^,r : and finally into high school this the subject no matter what it,THE WAPSHOT SCANDAL - js nQ sl , rp ' risc No ; w| „ the ad . John Cheever 'dition of another record T! ^7 LE n° F T 'r E ^ ILL ->°> ™t nex" year b a FIORITA — Rumer Godden j . THE THREE SIRENS - Irving pn5C> u ^ ti Wallace j New Problem* ICE STATION ZEBRA—Alistair; ~° government leaders, econ- MacLean jomists. business leaders and THE SCENT OF WATER — [educators the next two years Elizabeth Goudge j will lead to sudden massive 'increases in current problems. In 1945 the total birth rate nearly 6 per cent of the workforce unemployed. The colleges and universities of America are jammed to capacity and turning more and more away from their doors. This June a half-million more! high school graduates than ever before will pour out to add! to the problems. In June 1965; another 900.000 above average j average will join the press] for jobs, homes, and schooling, j 300,000 More Seniors ; The problem is magnified in California of course. Next June more than 300,000 seniors will graduate from Calif, schools. They will enter the state labor cn " I market now totaling 6.5 million but which still shows nearly 6 per cent of our potential work force unemployed. No one has immediate answers to the current problems. But nothing can stop the increase in young men and worn-, was. A woman always left something on her plate. She also made sure that some questions in her thinking were always left unanswered. In another man's thinking, he never finished any thought process. When he was small his mother put his unfinished meals in the refrigerator to be served up to him again. Seek To Dominate "All of these individuals brook no interference until they Nonaction MANDATE FOR CHANGE — Dwight D. Eisenhower PROFILES IN COURAGE — John F. Kennedy THE AMERICAN WAY OF was 2.8 million. A 3 - ear later have finished what they have to! DEATH — Jessica Mitford ALL KNOW LOLA HOUSTON (UPI) — Lola Majtas. waitress at the Rice Hotel cn seeking their place. Somcj will shove others aside to make! cn "! their way into colleges and uni-: sur '. versifies. i Others will project themselves; into already overcrowded andj diminishing labor markets fore-! ing the elderly and uneducated out. ! Unless some means is found j to absorb the 1.5 million "ex-| tras" from the "baby boom"! this could be a national | tragedy. i And the same Johnny andi say," Jonas said. "They tend tojJ.F.K dominate the conversation, are poor listeners, appear overbearing, and tend to antagonize. "Just as they arc able to guess the right amount of spice needed, they have uncanny hunches in complex situations. They literally can smell out trouble spots or refuse to participate in a venture because it is not 'kosher,' a reference to a situation's unwholesomeness that relegates it to the category of food. By the same token, the 'sweet smell of success' is not just an empty metaphor to them." Jonas published his theory in a technical organ of the American Medical Association. He practices psychiatry in New Rochelle. a Westchester County suburb of New York City. THE MAN AND THE occasionally gets mail adress MYTH — Victor Lasky jcd. "Lola. Houston, Texas RASCAL — Sterling North I Among Houston's million rest CONFESSIONS OF AN ADVER-; dents, she is one of the few TISING MAN —David Ogilvy known by postal employes. A Ogilvy i native of Spain, Lola Matas I OWE RUSSIA $1200—Bob Hope, moved to Houston in the 1920's DOROTHY AND RED—Vincent]and since then has been made Sheean j honorary member of several SECURITY IS A THUMB AND,civic clubs, including the Ro A BLANKET—Charles Schulz tary and Lions. REDLANDS STORE ONLY Dollar Days Specials FEB. 6, 7 & 8 MOHAWK-Wool-Beige . 11.75 sq. yd. MOHAWK - Wool - Beige . 11.25 sq. yd. MA6EE-Nylon-Beige . . 9.25 sq. yd. GULISTAN-Nylon-Beige . 8.95 sq. yd. GULISTAN-Nylon-Aqua . 8.95 sq. yd. WALTERS-Nylon-3 Tone . 8.95 sq. yd. WALTERS-Nylon-2 Tone . 8.95 sq. yd. MAGEE - Wool - Beige . . 7.95 sq. yd. ALL COMPLETELY INSTALLED OVER 50 OZ. CUSHION THROW RUGS All Finished and Bound 18"x22" Ea. .50c 18"x27 H Ea. .99c 27" x54" Ea.$3.98 117 North 4th Street BETWEEN STATE ST. & REDLANDS BLVD. PHONE 793.1106 MORE AUTOMATION NEW YORK (UPI) — Automation has come to that scenic wonder — and valuable source of hydro-electric power — Niagara Falls, N.Y. Faced with the dual problem of obtaining the most efficient use of a two- plant generating complex and at the same time staying within the permissible water diversion rate from the erratic Niagara 1 River, the state Power Authority, has installed a digital comput-; er system (manufactured by Leeds & Northrup Co.). which! automatically regulates Niaga-] ra Project generation in response to power system needs; and determines the number of; units to be operated at the two plants to maintain allowable wa-, ter diversion rates. SALLY'S SUPER DOLLAR DAYS reg. to $14.99 DRESSES *3 $ 5 $ 6 BpiMl IMS at HOME FURNITURE COMPANY SPECIAL!! Handsome Desks from 29.95 Candy Stripe Carpeting Special for $ Days, $^98 So Hurry Only tm sq. yd. Limited Quantity Milk Stools $498 reg. $3.95 1 Furniture Company 515 ORANGE ST. REDLANDS EASY PARKING COATS reg. to $99.99 $ 45 & $ 75 CORDUROY COATS $1988 reg. $17.99 • «• ROBES reg. to $17.99 $ 8 $ 10 $ 12 Half-SLIPS & PETTI PANTS $] and $J59 Famous Maker BLOUSES $2*» reg. to S5.99 Mm S-T-R-E-T-C-H CAPRIS $£44 reg. $5.99 " NATIONAL BRAND SWEATERS $A97 t $Q97 reg. to $15.95 W W 100% WOOL SKIRTS $4 to $£97 reg. $6.99 to $8.99 • W OPEN FRI. NITES TIL 9 22 E. State St. Downtown Redlands USE YOUR SAUY CHARGE OR BANKAMERfCARD dollar days CLOTHING VALUES Wide Selection of Regular Weight Men's Suits 25?° You're bound to find just what you want in this selected group of all-wool suits in a variety of fabrics and styles . . . regulars, shorts, and longs. Regularly $52.50 to $89.50 Alterations Extra to Clearance Group! SPORT COATS % - 'A - Vi off Good selection of popular fabrics in regulars, shorts & longs. REGULARLY $37.50 to $49.50 ALTERATIONS EXTRA White & Colored Dress SHIRTS Reg. $4.25 to $5.50.. Short Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS Reg. $4 to $9.95 Long Sleeve Cotton & Rayon SPORT SHIRTS Reg. $4 to $7.95 Selected Group Work & Dress HOSIERY Reg. 39c to $1.00 Clearance Group LEATHER BELTS . . . Reg. $1.50 to $4 Cotton, Banlon and Orion T-SHIRTS ..Reg. $5.00 to $10.95 Clearance Group ROBES Reg. $9.95 to $17.50 All-Weather JACKETS Reg. $9.95 to $25.00 Open fn. H'igM Til V. No Refunds — No Exchanges — No Trading Stamps The Men's Store 107 Orange Street

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