Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 19, 1964 · Page 9
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TELEVISION IN REVIEW By RICK DU BROW| HOLLYWOOD (tJPI) — There was some rare and immediatei television excitement on "CBS Reports" Wednesday night when Sens. Hubert Humphrey and Strom Thurmond locked horns in a "live" debate on the civil rights bill. The first third or so of the hour broadcast was devoted to tracing the route of the bill in 'normal documentary form, and then the remainder of the time was given to the debate between South Carolina's Thurmond and Minnesota's Humph rey. CBS described Wednesday night's effort as a "live documentary," and that is precisely what it was in terms of immed iacy. Though there is an import' ant place in television for public affairs shows of a timeless, historical or feature nature, it is also true that a number of] documentaries these days seem to be dated or mere pictorial rehashes—and that was a prime reason for the special appeal of, Wednesday night's technique. Eric Sevareid was the moderator. The debate was held in the Senate conference room. And though Humphrey and Thurmond were polite to each other, there were several times that Sevareid, to keep things moving, had to step in like a referee trying to separate two boxers after the bell has sounded. It was a program in the pub lie interest, and a distinctively admirable use of the television medium. EXECUTIVE'S TRANSPORTATION - 1964 Orange Show President Eorl S. Reynolds has found that the job requires him to be in all parts of the Orange Show grounds at once. His transportation problem was solved by Sid Damron (standing) of Ocelot Engineering, San Bernardino, who loaned Mr. Reynolds a motorcycle for his personal use during the Orange Show. (Daily Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) Indian lands bill in Congress WASHINGTON (UPI) - The House Interior Committee Wednesday approved a Senate- passed bill to establish owner-, ship of the Colorado River Indian reservation in California and Arizona. Sponsors of the legislation said it would pave the way for economic development of the 258,000-acre reservation by authorizing the leasing of lands for up to 99 years. The Senate bill was introduced by Sen, Frank Church, D-ldaho, at the request of the Interior Department. A similar bill was introduced by Rep. Morris K. Udall. D-Ariz. Swan dive delays game LONDON (UPI) - A swan crash-landed at the Fulham Football Club's home ground Wednesday night during a schoolboys' floodlit game. The match was delayed until an officer from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals removed the swan. New tax measure SACRAMENTO (UPI) — Sen. Lee Backstrand, R - Riverside, introduced a proposed constitutional amendment Monday that would present the Legislature from levying new taxes or changing the old ones without a two-thirds vote. Lynda Bird. 20, but too busy to celebrate WASHINGTON (UPI) — It's Lynda Bird Johnson's 20th birthday today, but it appears the President's eldest daughter will be too busy for any but the simplest of family celebrations. Lynda, a sophomore- at George Washington University, has two examinations, in government and English literature, on Friday. Mrs. EUzabeth Car-; penter, the First Lady's press secretary,' said Lynda and her White House roommate Warrie Lym Smith ol San Antonio, Tex., were spending most of their time cramming for the c.xams. How one man with an idea up in a business HIALEAH, Fla. - (NEA) It stands as a tribute to good old free enterprise that a man can still invent a better mousetrap and find success. Such a man is Robert Walker, 36, soap salesman and cool thinker. Walker started as a salesman for a major national soap and END-ofWEEK SPECIALS Low-Prices in Effect FRIDAY and SATURDAY HAIR BEAUTY IN MINUTES! Adjustable waist or. shoulder strap lets you walk, talk, work while your hair dries silky soft! • Lirge bouffant bonnet! • Two temperaturt settings! • Compact styling! • Smart vinyl carrying case! PRESTO PORTABLE HAIRDRMER 10.88 Another fine program was broadcast Wednesday night — a revival of NBC-TV's prize winning 90-minute original drama of 1958, "Little Moon of Alban," starring Julie Harris in the role of the nursing nun which she created in the first production. Alas, as with so many outstanding programs. Little Moon of Alban" and 'CBS Reports" began at the same time, with the viewer the loser. The NBC play was an entirely new production of the story of the young Irish girl whose father, brother and fiance are killed in fighting with the Eng- islh and who then, upon becoming a sister of charity, must care for a cynical British officer. Six years old the drama may be, but there has been no better - done play on the home screen this season. This viewer did not see the original show, but it is doubt-i ful that Miss Harris could have been any better than she was Wednesday night. As the officer who falls in love with Miss Harris and asks her to marry him rather than renew her vows. Dirk Bogarde was likewise outstanding. Miss Harris' finding of true faith and her true vocation in her caring for Bogarde — and toiletries company in Louisiana and Mississippi. On the basis of one idea, he left the firm to start hs own firm. He called it the Sunshme Soap Co. He discovered that the large manufacturers had overlooked the potenUal customized soap market. "It was a natural," said Walker. Instead of a big expensive hotel offering the same brand of soap their guests use every day — or find in smaller hotels and motels along the highway — he held out some thing altogether sew. "I just persuaded them they would be upgrading their estab lishraent," he explained. He didn't even talk money at first, just offered a bar of soap impressed with a name and em blem distinctive from other hotels, and a choice of color and scent. The old "better mousetrap' worked. Embracing all the Record jackpot attracts 'em EAST GRINSTEAD, England (UPI) — A local council booked a downstairs hall for its first public "Meet Your Council meeting Wednesday night. Only four citizens showed up. It turned out that the bingo hall upstairs was packed because a record jackpot prize of $196 was being offered. her rejecfion of his proposal — were completely convincing, and their tender parting was a high point of television drama in recent memory. The fact that Bogarde's miraculous recovery and sheer v,iU to live did not ring false — but, rather, shone honestly with his own new faith and love —- was a tribute to the art of writer James CosUgan. Tht Channal Swim: A two part history of the Academy Awards airs on NBC-TV's "Hollywood and the Stars" March 30 and April 6 ... Same network's "Dr. Kildare" offers Douglas Fairbanks Jr. April 9 as a physician charged with negligence in a child's death. The three networks will carry the first live Japan - to - Amer-; ica telecast via satellite next Wednesday morning ... A live two - way broadcast between the same nations is planned for two mornings later ... An America - to - Japan transmission was achieved Nov. 22. WALKER AND SOAP: The big boys were In a lather. major hotels in the Greater Miami area. Walker's Sunshine supplies soap to 80 per cent of the total. He is now in hotels throughout the Caribbean and South America; he ships throughout the country. Walker's first two years were rough, he admits. "The first year it looked as if we'd never sell any soap," he said. "The big ones had been in busmess more than a century, so I had to do some selling to convince people I had a good bar of soap." Getting started had more than one obstacle. "At first our soap resembled others on the market," Walker explained. "Then a hospital nurse pomted out that one per cent more of a special cleansing chemical would qualify it as a surgical soap. 'She w a s right. Jlore than 300 doctors wrote me in answer to letters I sent out around Florida urging them to use it themselves and prescribe for their patients." That's not all. The soap is beginning to catch on with retail sales, too, now about five per cent of Walker's volume. "I didn't dream we could sell retail," he said, "because of the advertising power of the giants." With two production lines, the plant averages some 60,000 bars a day. The volume — doubled in the past two years — now stands at an annual fig­ ure'of 10,000,000 bars. Walker estimates sales in excess of $400,000 per year. Soap manufacture, a rare enough thing in the South, is unique in Florida's Gulf-stream tourist area. But the fact that he operates a unique business doesn't bother Walker. "That's just the way I like it," he said with the smUe of a man watching the world beating a bath to his door. Redlands Daily Facts Than. Mar. 19,19M - 9 All-number dialing held reosonable LOS ANGELES — The CaU- fbmia Public Utilities Commission in a four-page decision said today that under all of the circumstances revealed in public hearings, the conversion to all-number calling by telephone companies is reasonable. The temporary restraining order agamst further such conversion by the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph company issued last September was vacated. Today's order becomes effective in 20 days. Pefitions in three complaint cases against Pacific,' General Telephone Company and California Water and Telephone Company were denied except for orders to the utilities intending to improve service and to eliminate some of the objec- Uons to all-number calling. MAN TO MOON MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) — Why go to the moon? Because it's there and must be explored, a missle expert told a recent meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Lunar research ahready has developed new sensors for hospital use and many other devices useful to man, said Col. Lee B. James, of Huntsville, Ala. He said when man lands on the moon and returns safely to earth he "will have achieved his greatest victory over his environment." Rel\ on ^'Our ^pkmuciST PROMPTNESS When you're in a fiurry, it's good io know that your druggist can be depended on to fill your prescription as promptly as possible and always right to the letter! REOLANDS WE DELIVER ALL PRESCRIPTIONS Daily Houni 9 o. m. to 9 p. m.; Sunday: 10 a. m. fo £ p. m. A REXALL DRUGS NO. 1 E. STATE PHONE PY 2-7174 COURTEOUS PRESCRIPTION SERVICf Presto CORDLESS AUTOMATIC TOOTH BRUSH with 2 tubes of Tooth Paste $10.88 7/U"x2S' PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE $ 1.19 7/16" X SO" PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE $ 1.77 2S-40-M-75 and 100 Watt Sylvania LIGHT BULBS 6 for 99e Reg. $7.9S Mother of Pearl TOILET SEAT $ S.8« SWING SPOUT for Kitchen $ «.88 RIDJID IRONING BOARD with Teflon Pad and Cover with Electrical Outlet ($20.42 Value) $12.88 Special Prices in effect Fri., Mar. 20th & Sat., Mar. 21 st PARK n' SHOP VALIDATION 19 E«t Cttnn Dewntewfi Rcdiandx PY 3-327* Pum'ihira Draparit M Hardware HeuuwarM A^xmem Admiration Assured! suits by 'BOTANY' 500 The ihouldert are nah)r»\. The irevttn are pleatlets for the lean, trim look that appeal* to the young at heart of any age. This traditional clothing i» for men wh» believe In themselves and in their women too. 'BOTANY' 500 SUITS $67.50 to $89.50 Store for Men 308 Orange St., Redlands •k a good suit deserves perfect fitting by Mario Ihe tailor • OPEN FRL NITES TIL » • S « H GREEN STAMPS

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