Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 18, 1964 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 8

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, March 18, 1964
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8 - Wed., March 18, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Bob Hope replaces Lodge on freedom Medal board WASHINGTON (UPI) - Comedian Bob Hope has been appointed by President Johnson to replace Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge on the 10-member board which selects winners of the presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest peacetime civilian award. Lodge is no longer eligible to serve as a public member of the board because of his post as U.S. ambassador to South Viet Nam. Hope, who was named to a term expiring July 31, 1968 was- the winner of a special congressional medal last year because of his long and arduous efforts to entertain servicemen overseas. White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger's announcement Monday that Hope was replacing Lodge provoked laughter from newsmen at his briefing in view of the questions that had arisen about Lodge's future. The ambassador topped the list of GOP presidential hopefuls in last week's New Hampshire primary. PRE INVENTORY SALE FREE a set of ^ . cleaning tools Model 33 With the of this $5450 purchase HOOVER! Hoover ... gets all the dirt and with far less effort. Ad[usts automaticalty <o carpet thicknesses. KIngsize throw-away bag. A cleaning tool for oil your needs. WHEN YOU BUY A HOOVER YOU BUY THE BEST HOOVER SHAMPOO-POLISHER The safe ond eosy way to beautify your rugs. It Polishes and scrubs loo. DISCOUNT PRICED HOOVER PIXIE The portable cFecner that goes every, where dirt goes. DISCOUNT PRICED HOOVER coNsmurioN The canister thot offers more of what you wont in a cleaner. DISCOUNT PRICED HOOVER LARK CLEANER The tight end lively lork cleons carpets, bore floors, and stair carpeting. DISCOUNT PRICED Budget Terms Available! REDLANDS ONLY pcie JOSEPHINE REAV Society EdiUx If Former U.N. ambassador to speak at U.R. Apr. 6 READY FOR TAKEOFF - Judy Gray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Gray, 443 Fourth street, wails in the Trans World Flight Center at Kennedy International Airport in New York prior to boarding a TWA Jetliner enroute to Paris and the start of a European holiday. This is a vacation trip for Judy who is an airline hostess. She planned visits to Athens, Egypt ond Africa before returning. Assemblyman STEW HINCKLEY .... Says Within a few months the poll tical pot will come to a medium boil in the June primary election. At this time the voters will select the partisan can didates to represent them in the November general election. Several people have asked me what restrictions arc imposed by law on the political activities of state employes in state elec tion campaigns. A quick review discloses the following: 1. A state officer or employe may not directly or indirectly solicit or receive contributions or political service for any political purpose from anyone holding a state civil service position. 2. Every state officer and em­ ploye must prohibit the entry into his state office of any person collecting, receivmg. or giv ing notice of any political assessment or contribution. 3. The law prohibits a state officer, as well as any nominee or person seeking a nomination or appointment to a state office, from using or promising to CRAFTON DAIRY DRIVE-IN MILK CENTERS Easter Special! GOOD THURS.. FRI., SAT., SUN.. MAR. 19. 20. 21, 22 •Sour Cream-'/z pt.... 25c * Eggs (large)-Idoz. ...39c * Oranges (11 lb. bag)... 65c * Darigold Ice Cream V2 gal. 59c 4 FREE HAMS To Be Given Away for Easter! Jusf Come in and Register ... No Purchase Necessary SPECIALS 600D AT BOTH DRIVE.IN MILK CENTERS 7765 Easf Citrus Ave., Redlands 794-1189 Southeast Cor. Calif. & "E" St^ Yucaipa use any official authority or in flucncc to confer upon, or aid any person in securing a posi tion upon the condition that po litical influence shall be used in behalf of any parly. 4. It is further provided tliat a state officer, nominee or person seeking an appointment, or any person claiming to have authority to secure, or affect any civil service position, shall not promise or threaten to coerce the vote or poliUcal action of any person on the employment lists or holding a civil service position. 5. Improper political action ac tivity constitutes a ground for disciplinary action under the state civil service law. 6. It should also be noted that the Government Code provides that any stale officer or em­ ploye shall not engage in any activity or enterprise which has been determined to be inconsis- lant, or in conflict with his state duties. In particular cases, such activities may include certain types of poUUcal activity, depending on the policies adopted by the appointing power in the particular agency What do you think? Vour opinions and suggestions are invited. Your letters should be addressed to me at the State Capitol, Sacramento. Textbooks under study SAN DIEGO (UPI)-Ways of giving adequate textbook at tention to Negroes and other minorities were to be a major item of consideration by the state Curiculum Commission during its three - day meeting starting today. Tlie commission also was to examine meUiods of getting new books into classrooms son- er and work on coming adoptions in various courses. Dr.Koss' DOG FOOD made naturally... so naturally it's better Former United States Ambas sador to the United Nations, James J. Wadsworth, will speak at the University of Redlands on Monday April 6, 8 p.m. in the Memorial ChapeL During his service in the UN, Wadsworth earned world respect for his efforts to achieve universal and lasting peace among nations. He worked towards that end for seven years as Deputy U. S. Representative. As head of the American delegation in 1960, Wadsworth parried Khruschev's shoe-pounding thrusts at the historic October General Assembly meeting. Chairman of the national Citi zens Committee for a Nuclear, Test Ban, Mr. Wadsvvorth is also past president of the Peace Research Institute, a non-profit organization in Washington, D. C, serving as a private agency outside government to under all fields relevant to peace, security, disarmament and international order. James J. Wadsworth graduated in 1927 with an A.B. degree from Yale University. He then returned to the family seat in the Genessee Valley of N e w York to manage his own dairy farm-and to breed Belgian and Percheron horses. In 1931, he ran successfully for the New York State Assembly holding his seat for ten years before resigning to go with the Curtiss - Wright Corporation in Buffalo. Alfred University honored Wadsworth with an LI. D. degree in 1937. He married t h e former Harty Tilton; they have one daughter and four grandchildren. Limited tickets may still be purchased in the Public Relations Office at the University Haircuts up LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The $1.75 haircut will be e-ttinct in Los Angeles County by April 1. A spokesman for the County Council of Barbers and Beauticians annoimced Tuesday that haircuts will cost a minimum of $2 starting April 1. SELL !T TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads BOOK WORM ST. PAUL, Minn. (VPI) — Dishwasher Harold J. Peterson, 23, is a book worm cum laude. He was sentenced to 75 days in the workhouse Tuesday for failing to return 53 books to the public library. Authorities said one of the addresses Peterson used to check out books was the North St. Paul police station. take and stimulate research inlof Redlands, 793-2121. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY (FOR LOCAL WOMAN) We ore looking for a mature woman — a local resident — with thorough knowledge and. background in tho Beauty Salon business. Must be qualified to manage a large Solon — in Redlands — with the latest, most complete equipment known to the business. If you qualify your earning potential is procficoHy unlimited. NO INVESTMENT REQUIRED. This is truly an excellent opportunity for the right party. If interested write to Redlands Daily Facts, Box 34. A Sellout! Encore Easter Suit Sale Featuring Wools from America's Finest Mills! Here and gone so quickly — Ink on news print can hardly do them justice — Vou simply must see them, feel them, try them on , . . Suddenly It's Spring . . . and Easier (EASTER SUNDAY, MARCH 29th) Your Choice An exciting orray of smartly styled, beautifully loilored spring suits. In the colors, the silhouettes, and the fabrics you want most] We've sketched just three of these fashion-right suits to give you some idea of this magnificent selection. Choose from Monotone boucles, boskefweoves, spic/ wool and mohair blends, diagonals, tweeds, pom poms. of ZQlm ... • BEIGE • BLUE • PINK • MINT • AQUA • MAIZE • CANTALOUPE WOMEN'S SUITS - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS' ^7(i S &HMitMSTAmn »M CM * r«rJ»ii« , VUHAUtS'OfnOKALCUOfTFUK m 1 •iV.-w.Fj

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