Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 23, 1964 · Page 4
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 4

Redlands, California
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Monday, March 23, 1964
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Redlands Daily Facts 4 - Mon, March 23, 1964 People's Column Beaden of the Fidf »re inritcd (o IfDd thfir thoughts on qnrstioni of public Interest for Bte In the People's Colnran. Please lie brief. The writer's tme name and address most accompaBT'cach letter thoarh pen- names are permitted at the editor's discretion, Sifnplfr Device For Protection in Fog Editor Facts: As an ans\s-er to Jack Germain, Pacific Coast News Serv ice, article in the March 17 Red lands Daily Facts on the need for new auto signal to prevent log crashes I have designed dence that will do the trick. Jly design meets all of the requirements Germain outlined yet uses standard equipment available on all cars. A flasher unit may be acquired for about 75 cents. A mercury s«itch for less than SI. The connecting wire and linkage, adaptable to most cars could be made for less than another 75 cents thus bringing the total cost to approximately $2.50. Any good backyard mechanic could install the device, or it could be done at a garage for about $2.50. Thus bringing the total cost to $5 or less. How it works — When the headlights are on the stoplights will flash continuously, unless the brake pedal is depressed. Then the stoplight switch takes over and produces its usual steady indication. The mercury switch can be set so that the contact isn't broken until a speed of 20 or 30 miles per hour is reached. Tlius indicating to a car coming from behind that the car ahead is either stopped or proceeding very slowly. Also, if the foot is removed from the accelerator at any speed the light will start flashing, indicating a slow down to the vehicle behind. Duane L. Rundel Rt. 1 Box 365 Mentone I A rot WIST COAST Kum VOX • 133 Coioo Strm • PT. 3><]3I m Show Starts T r.M. BIG FIRST RUN ACTION PACKED Hopes to marry Miss turkey Redlands man optimistic, prepares for wedding MISS GULERSEN KOCA/AAN 'ANNTODDmHNiaioR Also, In Color.' D»Ie Robcrison •t.AW OF TIIi; LAWLESS" A Top Wcstiern In Color W. PAIGE BALLARD EASTER V family Schedule White House Births During the administration of President Andrew Jackson, three children were bom in the ^Vhite House to the president's hostess, Emily Donelson, a record to date. W. Paige Ballard of Redlands still has high hopes for keeping a June 7 wedding date with Sliss Turkey of 1963. Ballard's marriage to Miss Gulersen Kocaman has been complicated by legal restrictions on bringing her to this country from her homeland. He met the Turkish beauty in August 1963 at the Interna tional Beauty Contest in Long Beach. Within a few weeks their friendship blossomed into romance and a marriage proposal. "I've been working with an attorney in Los .Angeles and we now feel that getting her here for the wedding is going to be easier than it first seemed. In fact, I'm hoping to have her in Los Angeles within a month,' Ballard related. Ballard, who recently began work as an automobile salesman for the Langc and Runkel Chevrolet agency, hasn't seen his bride-to-be since September, 1963. She went back to Turkey after the beauty pageant and the U.S. Consulate General in Turkey ruled he could not issue her tourist visa to the United States if she intends to marry. The couple have been in constant contact by letter. "She's e.\cited about coming to this country, and once we are married she can remain," the prospective groom related. Although June 7 has been set as the weddmg date (that's her 24th birthday), the place has not been settled. Ballard explained that he wants to be married in Redlands. But the officials of the International Beauty Contest would like the marriage to be performed in Long Beach. Also, Ballard has invited tele vision star Lome Greene, "Pop Cartwight" of the Bonanza series, who was the master of ceremonies at the 1963 beauty contest. "Greene hopes the marriage can take place at Lake Tahoc where he is on location." Ballard explained. Michael Landon (Little Joe) and Dan Blocker, (Hoss), also stars of Bonanza, plan to attend the wedding. We'll decide where to be married when Gulersen arrives. She'll stay with friends in Los Angeles temporarily," he said. Ballard has lived in Redlands for about t\vo years. He and his son, W. Paige Ballard II, a sophomore at Valley College, live at 924 West Clark street. Before joining the Lange and Runkel sales staff, BaUard was technical representative for the Martin-Marietta corporation assigned to work with the Ballistic System Division at Norton AFB. Community hospital again accredited Redlands Community hospital today received word that the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals has granted accreditation for a period of three years. This is a renewal of accreditation granted originally some years ago. The action follows an evaluation of the hospital survey conducted January 31 by Wendell T. Wingett, M.D., a field rep resentative of the commission. The commission wishes to commend you for maintaining standards deserving of accredi-| tation and for your constant effort to improve the quality' of patient care," Kenneth B. Babcock, M.D. said in his letter to the hospital. Slember organizations of the commission are: American Col lege of Physicians, American College of Surgeons, American Hospital Association, American Medical Association. The com mission's office is in Chicago. To be elgible for accreditation hospital must meet the high standards set by the commis sion. Periodically the commission sends an inspector to the hospital to make an e.xbaustivc study to see that the standards are complied with. Scottish Rite Masons to observe Maundy Jhurs. Cope, Yucaipa Junior Highs win at show Cope Junior High School and Yucaipa High School winners in the Industrial Arts Exhibit at the National Orange Show have been announced. The display is of work done by San Bemar dino county public school stU' dents in metal, wood, gra phic arts, electronics and drafting. COPE JUNIOR HIGH: General woodworking — Staely Mathes, 406 W. Cypress, second. Wood carving — Steve Jones, 333 Ash street, first; Steve BaU, 1529 Margarita drive, second. YUCAIPA HIGH SCHOOL: Architectural drawing division- working drawings: Don Maddox, 229 W. Avenue "L", second; Jim Maddox, 650 W. Avenue L", third; Furniture making, floor type: Allen Salmon, 31458 Msrbeth road, second; Jim Lee, 34180 Avenue "J", second. Scottish Bite Masons of t h e 32nd and 33rd Degrees through out the world are preparing to celebrate the Maundy Thursday Feasts Obligatory of the Rite on Thursday, March 2t6h. This i.<! a religious observance of great significance to Scottish Rite Masons of all creeds, held annually by the chapter of Rose Croix, one of the four Scottish Rite Bodies. Its observance symbolizes the Mason's ideal of freedom from the bondage of persecution, hatred, intolerance, tyranny and despotism. It is also a fime for reflection, self - examination, humble meditation and for seeking spiritual strength. San Bernardino Chapter of Rose Croix will observe this Ceremonial at 8 p.m. at the Memorial Chapel of the University of Redlands, and all Scottish Rite Masons in the area are urged to attend. Edward L. Jury 32 degree, KCCH Past Wise Master of San Bernardino Chapter will be the presiding officer. The speaker will be Illustrious Edward H. Rowins 33 degree, a di^guished Masonic scholar, and a member of the Pasadena Scottish Rite Bodies. The Memorial Service will be conducted by 111. Walter W. Taylor 33 degree; Past Wise Master of the San Bernardino Chapter. The musical part of the program will be provided by the Scottish Rite EDWARD U. JURY Choir with James' B. Stamms, Jr.. 32 degree at the great organ. Other Redlanders taking part in the Ceremonies will be Howard Cooper 32 degree. Master of Ceremonies, A. B. Drake, 32 degree, KCCH, Lewis I. Pierce 32 degree, William W. Alder 32 degree, Royal L. Lefeber 32 degree, Ross Mossman 32 degree, Wilbur Rich 32 degree, Tom Henderson 32 degree and S. Ralph Granillo 32 degree. The service will follow a 6 p. m. dinner at the University Commons. Now Yoti Knew By United Press International Sensitive chemical instruments have revealed that the odors of no two onions are exactly alike, according to Science World. Difference In Norway, the magpie is • very tame bird, nesting in gardens even of town houses, while, m Britain, persecution has made this bird shy. ISIT DISNEYUND ANY DAY! open Every Day NO W... thru April 5 Special March 22 thru March 29 Hours: 9.00 AM-9.00 PM There's always so much_to ^^L ^and^^ and^ at Disneyland. ADVENTURE! :0 EXCITEMENT! ENTERTAINMENT! Journey th-ough liquid Space. Every porthole » brilliant new thrill. Bobsled down the Matterhorn on a . "fresh pack of new- fallen snow." You'll laugh, you'll sing at the fabulous Pepsi Cola Golden Horseshoe Revue. NOW OPEN "Below Decks" on the sailing ship Columbia. While moored in Fowler's Hartxjr or under sail on the Rivers of America. See authentic rews" quarters, furnishings, galley, :ptain's cabin, warrisom... all aboard .he Columbia, first American merchant- ship to sail "round the world. Don't Miss This! Easter Sunday, March 29 Easter Parade at Disneyland Thrill to the latest in Horseless Carriages as they race down Main Street at more than 10 MPH! See the latest 1890 unrevealing fashions in Disneyland's Easter Parade. Bisnculand SERVICE' WE'LL EVEN STAND ON OUR HEADS TO GIVE YOU TOPS IN SERVICE JACK W OODSON'S ••Mr. Service Himself" MCBIL SERVICE Alabama & Freeway 792-M74 Open 'III Midnicht Mon.-Thnr>. U Uonrt Kri.-Sit.-Siin. Students at conference in Los Angeles Five Students from Redlands jHigh School represented the lo cal Pedagogs club at the Future Teachers conference held Saturday, at the StaUer-HUton Hotel in Los Angeles. Future Teacher clubs from high schools in Southern California sent hundreds of delegates to learn of "the challenge facing educators of tomorrow." Mrs. Madelyn Hunter, Principal of University Elementary School, fu .C.L.A., gave the kej-note address, "-The Agony and the Ec- Stacy of Teachmg." Special panels of educators at all levels of education were subjected to the various queries of the participating tennagers. Par ticipating from Redlands High were Socorro Arzaga, Joy iBrovMi, Eva Breihan, Gloria i Brinks, and Jane Meier. Mr. jLeRoy Snoddy, advisor, accom panied the group. 4-H winners at National Orange Show Redlands area first place winners in the livestock division of the San Bernardino County Junior 4-H Fair held in conjunction with the National Orange Show are as follows: Beef Cattle Feeder Animals, Heifers or Steers, 501-699 pounds — Melinda Bums, Redlands. Junior Yearling — Female Sc-j nior Calf, Andrei Kassai, Yucaipa. ^heep Hampshire Ewe Lambs — Robin Downing, Yucaipa. Southdown Aged Ewes — Donna Thornton, Yucaipa. Range Ewe Lambs — Sherry Bobbins, Yucaipa. Facts aassified Ads Can Sell Anything Can 793-3221 THE ONLY WAY TO GO!! FAMILY NITE SPECIAL (Tuesday ONLY) FRIED CHICKEN INCLUDES: • FRENCH FRIES • COLE SLAW • ROLL AND HONEY FOR ONLY 89' FOR FAST TAKE-OUT SERVICE Call 793-1296 "There Is A Difference . . . QUALITYl" B & B DRIVE-IN Highway 99 at Alabama Redlands IT'S A LIGHTER. BRIGHTER. BOLDER SPRING IN NEW SUITS AND SPDRTCDATS And you'll find the model that suits you exactly — Timely Clothes® offers yoo a choice of advanced High Foshio with trim, two and three button jackets . . . modern Contemporary with natural construction . . . oothentic Traditional with no padding! All built with exclusive Balanced Tailoring.® Come in today and see the lighter, brighter, bolder fashion look for 1964! Smis . . Other Suits Sport Coats Slacks . . 67.50 to 89.50 5150 to 79.50 35.00 to 49.50 0.95 to 26.50 The Men's Store 107 Orange Street Magnets Poles of a magnet always oc cur in pairs. When a magnet is broken, new poles appear near the break so that each piece contains the same number of poles of each kind, according to ithe Encyclopaedia Britannica. THE Oasis Cafe BEAUMONT BROILED TOP SIRLOIN JJ"* 10 or. Select Top Sirloin with Onion Rings mm SEAFOOD COMBINATION H^o Shrimp, Scallops, Filet of Sole I Roast Choice Sirloin of Beef H^s Natural Gravy. • Real Italian Spaghetti ||r>^ With Meat Sauce .... 79 CHILDREN'S PUTE AVARABIE OPEN DAILY 6:15 A. M. to 10:30 P. M. Mercury...great road car. Mercury has a way with roads. It's designed to be a great road car. You get a solider, steadier feel, a smoother, quieter ride. Handling is easier. There's reserve power for .hills, for safe passing. Where do great road car qualities like these show up? Places like Pikes Peak, Colorado. Places where competition-modified big cars meet... where Mercury is the consistent winner in the medium-price field. Can Mercury-take coaunand like this on your roads? Invest 30 minutes in a road test and see. Drive a Wimer-at the "Home of ChaiHpion8 "-Your Mercury Dealers JIM GLAZE, INC. 420 W. Redlands Blvd. flidt Wi!t Otv<n's Mate S ^T»<? >t i^t fd Molar Cvntmy Woarftr RoejKtj. 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