Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 26, 1964 · Page 9
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 9

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 26, 1964
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'INCENTROGRAPHY' — One of the most unusuol displays ot the Cope Science Fair was this device constructed by Robert B. King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. King, 827 Robin Hood lane. The inset at upper left shows just one example of the exquisite designs the machine • can draw. And it can draw in as many as three colors at a time. Because of the various settings and the weighted pendulum, the device draws geometrically but with no two alike. The Cope science exhibits have been on display in the multipurpose room. Large Crowd visits Cope Science Fair Despite the inclement weather, a large crowd turned out last night to sec the many varied exhibits created by 8th and 9th grade science students for the 7th annual Cope Science Fair. The 130 entries displayed in the multipurpose room ranged from astronomy to geography and were created under the scrutiny of Cope science teach ers David Banta, Ken McClel lan and Stan Olson. Judges for the exhibits were Allan McCall, M.D., Jack Owen of Aerospace, David Poore. Cope math teacher and David Farquhar, science teacher at Rediands junior high. The winners of the 10 first place spots, (published in the Facts yesterday) will move their exhibits to the Inland Science Fair on the Orange Show grounds later this year. Second place winners in the exhibit, listed with the topic of their project, arc Chloe Damus. Aeolian Harp: Melissa Hartzcll, crystals; Christine Fitzgerald, thermal acoustic experiment. Doug Jones, basidiomycetes; Dale Keim, drifting continents; Peter Morgens. water drip generator; Ray Morris, rocks and minerals of San Bernardino county. Valerie Manning, paper; Stephen Hoyt, radio transmission and Craig Banta, energy. Those taking third place hon-j ors were Richard BottenbergJ plant growth; Susie Allen, simple machines; Bill Mills, solar system. Rachel Harder, color: Bill Marsh, computer: Susan Taylor, noise vs. efficiency; Gary; JIabekosi, balance system. : Linda Twiss. the human; heart: Meg Pry, what is clcc-| tricity: and Barbara Talberl. the ear. Those winning honorable men! (ion were Gloria Mancll, the! living body; Danny Blanchard. show of chemistry; Mark Wenzel, germination of seeds. Montie Brown, torcsl fires (Morton Peak): Art Graber. mineral fluorochemistry; Carol Crew, crystals. Corinth Bromberger, conservation of homeowners; Mike Stewart petroleum; David Brant, barometer and J. Craig Attarian, photometer. .... •' TOO FAR LEFT LOS ANGELES (UPIt — A man named Eisenhower cited Linden Johnson Tuesday for going too far to the left. To be more specific, police officer S.P. Eisenhower gave motorist Linden Johnson a traffic ticket for making an illegal left turn. HOME-MADE TELESCOPE - Chris Loizeaux, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Loizeaux, 1644 Fairway drive, won a first prize for this working telescope in the Cope Science Fair. He mode the entire telescope, including the grinding of the lens at the bottom of the tube, with exception of the eyepiece he's looking into now. His was one of 10 first place winners and one of 150 science exhibits entered by eighth and ninth graders at Cope Junior High. (Facts photos by Clifford J. Kenison) Rent electric carpet shampooer for only $1 Make your carpets new again! Rent electric carpet shampooer for only $1 a day when you buy Blue Lustre Carpet Shampoo at: BEAI'MONT HOWE, t- LIMBER E. <;th. Bnamnnt HAl.E i CREF.NSLA»K t :tt;r ,t Calimroa Blvd.. Cilimrsi HOME 1TRNITTRE CO. IMPERIAL HARDWARE 313 Orance. Rediands 19 E. Citrus. Redl>nd> LOMA LINDA HARDWARE III!*! Andrrion, Lorn* Linda I'I'IIOLSTERV SHAMPOO KIT ALSO AVAILABLE COLOR! COLOR! COLOR *k Large 5x7 •k No Age Limit -k Please Choose colorful clothing • ONE Special Portrait Offer To A Family LIVING COLOR PORTRAIT JACK & JILL plus tax Family Groups ^ 48c Each Additional Child SHOP 115 E. STATE ST. REDLANDS THURS., FRI., SAT. FEB. 27, 28, 29 10:30 to 5 Goldwyn to make films for TV CULVER CITY (UPI) — Veteran movie producer Samuel Goldwyn disclosed plans Tuesday to begin making motion pic-l tures for television—and to allow television to show his past major features. j The 80-year-old chief of Metro-; Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) studios) said he had organized a distrib-; uting firm to be headed by Richard Harper, an associate at .MGM for 18 years, who also; will supervise distribution of! about 60 major features made 1 by Goldwyn during his 40 years as an independent producer. O'Boyle guilty j Long Beach fair of murder under new program SAN DIEGO (UPD-WiUiam J. O'Boyle, 75-year-old retired Seattle, Wash., postal employe. j LONG BEACH (UPI) — The was convicted of second-degree'California World's Fairs execu- murder Tuesday and then de-! tive committee today announced clared legally insane in the | election of attorney Glenn R. hammer - slaying of his wife., Watson as the fair's executive Mary, 71. | v j ce president and general man- Superior Judge William P.jager as part of a procram to Mahedy ordered O'Boyle of Es-|»revitalize" the forthcoming ex- condido committed to the Atlas-lposjtjon cadero State Hospital for the ' mentally ill for an indefinite period. Rediands Daily Facts Wed., Feb. 26, 1964-9 The executive committee also announced that major creditors of the S100 miliion fair planned ; for 1957-68 in Long Beach have TREASURE HOUSE agreed to a postponement of Your unused furniture or ap 'their notes — totaling almost pliances will find a ready mar '$530.000—which had been sched- ket through Classified Ads. iuled for repayment on April l.j Crippled B52 lands safely WICHITA FALLS. Tex. (UPH -A B52 jet bomber with two engines out made a safe landing late last night at Sheppard! AFB. Lt. Col. Melvin J. Rudd land-i ed the plane without difficulty j after circling the field for over! an hour. i The air base reported that: one of the plane's eight engines] went out while the plane was; on a routine training mission, j A second engine caught fire. 1 This fire was put out and then j came the slow dumping of fuel. The plane is part of the 494th! Bomber Wing at Sheppard. Counties may refuse to take parolees SACRAMENTO (UPI) -Counties may have to refuse to take many parolees under local probation jurisdiction because they can't afford it, a county probation officer warned Tuesday. John Davis. Contra Costa County probation officer, said rising costs were posing a ""real crisis" for local probation programs. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-.-221 CHICKENS Fresh Fryers Stock Up at This Low Price . . . Fresh Chicken FRYER LEGS and THIGHS Springfield FLOUR 5 *2 ftc Ground Hourly . . . Tender Beef LEAN GROUND BEEF BONELESS TOP $^22 SIRLOIN STEAK . . | HOME MADE...SMOKED j METTWURST . . HANK'S HOME MADE PORK LINKS . . TENDER — DELICIOUS T-BONE STEAKS THICK CUT — FLAVORFUL PORTERHOUSE . "La Choy" Chow Mein DINNE 3 in 1 Pack Contains Chow Mein, Chow Mein Noodles, Soy Sauce. 2 large or 3 med. Servings 14or. 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