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HAPPY REUNION — Princess Irene of The Netherlands embraces her father, Prince Bernhard, as her fiance. Prince Hugo Carlos de Bourbon Parma, at right, looks on at Madrid Airport. (NEA Radio-Telephoto) Walfz King ends an era Famed Aragon Ballroom closes amid memories CHICAGO (UPI) — Wayne!the same saxophone he used in King saved the last waltz fori his Aragon debut 35 years ago. the faithful Sunday night when i He was the first of a long thousands of dancers drifted • line of band leaders to soar to back to dreamland in a bitter-fame in the shadows of the Ar- sweet farewell to the famed! agon's false-front turrets and Aragon Ballroom. j minarets. Among t h c others Grandmas and grandpas who!were Eddie Howard. Dick Jur- did their courting under the Ar- \ gens. Art Kassell. Freddie Maragon's make believe stars.!tin. Ben Bernie and Lawrence swayed to the strains of thejWelk. Redlands Daily Facts Monday, Feb. 10,1964 —11 waltz king's theme song. "The Waltz You Saved for Me." The sky was synthetic, as usual, but some of the tears were real. The Aragon. a massive ara- In the 1930s the "swing" bands came through — Benny Goodman, the Dorsey brothers, Harry James. The Aragon spotlight shone on the top vocalists of the day — Buddy Clark, Glor Arranges sightseeing lour Prospective inlaws to !in debate across Rumford initiative see Irene's were; THE HAGUE, Netherlands de Bourbon-Parma (UPI)—The prospective in-laws j scheduled to arrive lrom of Princess Irene were due'this afternoon.-Irene arranged here today for their first offi-|a sight-seeing tour for them, cial visit since announcement j The visit of the in-laws was of the engagement that rocked'clouded by lingering after- tho nation. Prince Xavier de Bourbon- Parma and Princess Madclein. parents of Prince Hugo Carlos California besque ballroom born in thelia Van, Bob Eberle and many roaring *20s, closed its doors on j others. the big band era shortly afteri "I felt like crying." said King midnight. Its owners plan toas his fans greeted him with turn the Alhambra of the Mid-.hearty applause, west into a roller skating rink.) "There'll never be a place When Wayne King stepped to] like the Aragon,"' said a gray- the canopied bandstand for the : templed dancer, final set, he carried with him' And there never will. UNTOUCHED BY HUMAN* HANDS—A new development in hospital equipment makes it possible to isolate a patient without fear of human contact. Invented at the Stanford (Calif, i Medical Center, the plastic isolation unit is relatively inexpensive, easy to handle and efficient. It fits over the bed and, as shown here, it can even be used while transporting the patient. Designed for people highly susceptible to infection, the unit eliminates the need to sterilize the rooms and items with which they come in contact. Women would have some good ideas Javits sees no Johnson part in Bobby Baker case LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The p ar j s i Rumford Fair Housing act—is " 1 it a "forced housing law," or are the persons fighting it backing a "segregation initiative?" Both sides of the question were defined for California voters in a weekend "debate" that ranged across the state 500 miles from Fresno to San effects of the constitutional crisis caused by Irene's decision to renounce her rights to the Dutch throne and marry Carlos, a Roman Catholic Span- D 'Cgo. ish nobleman. Backing the housing act were A spokesman for the opposi- \ti>rcc top Democrats— Gov. Edion Labor party said his party' mu *"l G - Erovn in San Diego t would call the government to task in Parliament for the secrecy and confusion surrounding the love affair. Parliament will decide Tuesday whether to!Richard Barnes. R-San Diego, ^debalc the governmental crisis j who spoke to the Fresno Realty set off by the enagemcnl. [Board. Brown, speaking before the and Atty. Gen. Stanley Mosk and Assembly Speaker Jesse Unruh in Los Angeles. Attacking it was Assemblyman E. WASHINGTON* (UPI) — Sen Jacob K. Javits. R-N.Y.. sees, j, ono -.J. and her 33-vear-old nothing in the Bobby Baker in-;^room-to-be paid little heed to vestigation that has involved )mc political turmoil as they President Johnson in "an im-jp rcparc( ] for (i, e visit of Prince moral way." L \'avicr and Princess Madelein. Javits said Sunday he agreed I xhc happy princess, who with former President D\vightj,, rcc t C! i crowds with Carlos j working against the act D. Eisenhower who defended.'outside Socstdijk palace Sun- Mosk and Unruh, appearing at the President for accepting a t i ay , decided to take her in-1the Los Angeles County Con- gift- 'laws on a tour of Amsterdam's.ference on Human Relations. California Newspaper Publishers Association convention in Coronado Saturday, warned of a hard core group of segregationists and bigots in the state By GAY PAULEY UPI Women's Editor NEW YORK (UPI) —If American women could be manufacturers for a day, there'd be some changes made in numerous consumer products. They have a genius for thinking of ways to improve both packaging and the products themselves—a genius cultivated in the hard knocks school of daily use of many different items. All they want is for the manufacturer to get the word that it's time, for instance, someone developed a less sticky peanut butter (one that won't gum up dentures) and made lighter weight snowshocs o t aluminum tubing and plastic web instead of using wood for frames- governor of using his office for funds and threats to discourage support of the initiative amon realtors and others. These were two among the many "why don't they?" suggestions which most recently have shown in letters to National Family Opinion, Inc., a Toledo, Ohio, consumer research firm which claims 85,000 home-; makers as part-time consult-j ants. Others are from this com-j plaining consumer who figures; constructive grousing should be ! heard. I Women want to know why the manufacturers don't: —Produce a hair spray with tint in it, so it will hold both; ithe hairdo and hide, say, the jgray. i —Compile a cookbook with recipes for leftovers only for the unimaginative cook who I can't concoct her own. I —Find an easily removable substitute for price markers' jwhich when attached to any j plastic item want to stick pcr- jmanently. —Find a substitute also for I the purple ink used in most supermarket pricing. If even; slightly damp, the purple runs on shelves and counter tops, —Develop a child and husband proof attachment for keep-l ing slipcovers neat and securely tucked in. —Step up the quality of work-| manship in clothes so that hems on dresses will stay put: through at least a few wearings| and that snaps and buttons: don't come loose from moor-J ings on the second wearing.' While at it. include a couple of extra buttons for alt blouses, dresses, coats and suits — not just for those in higher price ranges. —Make girdles and garter belts with a choice of metal or* plastic stays—the plastic for the' number of persons allergic to some metals. —Stop packing folded recipes; or premium offers inside with; the flour, coffee or sugar. ! —Make deeper saucers to go with some of the plastic dinner-! ware designs. —Invent a collapsible cake platter cover. The present ones consume valuable storage space. —Produce a bookcase type magazine rack to hold the many interesting periodicals worth saving. —Run a few bartack stitches across the top center of a snowsuit or jacket hood so the drawstring can't be pulled out. —Redesign the ubiquitous catsup bottle so its contents flow- out without being shook o r jarred loose. , —Make snug, but removable, tops on boxes with pouring spouts so that they can be opened fully. The tops can be removed to get at the last few spoons of the contents otherwise wasted. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. docs Garvey Motors deliver so many new and used cars. Sam T. Knappenberger, M. D. UROLOGY ANNOUNCES THE REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE TO 720 BROOKSIDE AVENUE, REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA TELEPHONE 793-2416 K. R. McKenzfe, M.D. • UROLOGY WILL REMAIN AT HIS PRESENT LOCATION 251 CAJON STREET, REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA TELEPHONE 793-3153 Testimony before the Senate scenic canals. Rules Committee disclosed that Reliable sources said the the then Sen. Johnson accepted blonde. green-eyed princess a stereo phonograph in 1957 plans to marry Carlos in civil which he thought was a gift: an( i religious ceremonies in from Baker. The committee! p ans at tne end of April or has been investigating outside. ear lv in Mav. They officially business interests of Baker, for-| announced their engagement mcr Senate aide who worked | early Sunday, for Johnson when he was Sen ' Hospital fight fatal - Henry of the singled out the California Real Estate Association for sponsoring the initiative drive to nullify the act. Mosk referred to the "segregation initiative" as a "major attempt to legalize de facto segregation." Unruh claimed the CRA had "drawn an indictment against persons who have not been fortunate enough to have been born white." To give the other view. As semblyman Barnes told Fresno's realtors the Rumford act "is the climax of 30 years of erosion, a slide toward Big Brotherism and a left wing movement to socialism." lie said the Rumford act. which he referred to as the ate Democratic leader. Javits, in defending Johnson, said that when "you are dealing with the presidency, you; have to have something a lot j T .,„. more solid than that, before' LANCASTER (UPI)you begin to cast aspersions." i"» aldcz. 31, an inmate He added that he would not: Mira Loma Hospital, was held criticize Johnson about the in-|' od ay on suspicion of murder surancc he purchased from Don< afl < , r another inmate with whom B. Reynolds. Reynolds was he had fought died of injuries, the insurance salesman whoj Investigators said the corn- purchased the phonograph andjP ,a >nt was filed against Valdezj "forced housing law," is being later bought advertising time' afl cr Albert M. Rojo, 53. died fought "because we will not see on the television station then j Saturday. The victim suffered government invade our homes controlled by the Johnson fam-; injuries in the altercation Fri-ito take away the constitutional ily. j day night at the hospital mess! right to initiative referendum.' "Nothing, in my judgment,:hall. I The Assemblyman accused the has been shown which involves him (the President) in any immoral way." Javits said. To challenge the integrity of a president, the New York Republican said a critic must present "overwhelming, strong evidence of some major error." You Could Win FREE One of 6 GRAND PRIZE | trips to MEXICO CITY by fabulous WESTERN AIRLINES Fan/Jet. REGISTER AT OUR STORE NOW! 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