Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 8, 1964 · Page 11
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kedlands Daily Facts Wed, April 8, 1964 > 11 WITHOUT WINGS - Sensation of the los Angeles Sportsmen's Show at Pan-Pacific Auditorium is the Bell Rocket team. Here Gordon Yeager thunders into the air on a ]et stream of hydrogen peroxide, soars over the heads of spectators and lands on a stage. Noise is ear-hurting. Spectators are typically awed by seeing men in flight under his own guidance. Stanford alumni rated incredible' STANFORD (UPI) - The alumni magazine of Stanford University has surveyed its readers and decided that tliey are "incredible." The editors of the Stanford Review base this praise on such findings as: —Only 9 per cent of the Stan^ ford alumni polled do not use credit cards. —Twenty-five per cent have incomes of $25,000 or more. —More than 30 per cent are planning trips to Europe. In an article enUUed "Our Incredible Stanford Alumni," editor Dan Endsley said the average Stanford man "works at a professional or managerial job that pays him more thanj $16,000 a year but leaves him lots of time for travel and golf." Furthermore, he "lives in a home worth $35,000 which is loaded with gadgets, and he is hopelessly hooked with credit cards." Endsley said 1,696 alumni responded to the questionnaire. Among other findings: —More than 85 pier cent have outdoor grills. —Eight per cent own their own airplanes. —Twelve per cent have four or more children. LAW THESIS DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (UPI)—Hauled into court on a disorderly conduct charge, Randall Blessing, 20, a pre • law student at the University of Florida, was fined S50 Tuesday and ordered to write a thesis on why he should respect the law. mm UNDER CONTROL - Rocket belt is controlled by pilot in handle-bar position of arms and levers. Note the jet nozzle, over shoulder, which provides the anti-gravity thrust. Demonstration is given afternoon and evening, daily. Seeks air route to Scotland GLASGOW, Scotland (UPI) Scottish-owned Caledonian Airways said Monday night it hopes to become the first British private enterprise airline to operate cut-rate scheduled flights between Scotland and New I York. Ihe company said it has asked the Air Transport Licensing Board for permisaon to fly two round trips weekly between Prestwick and New York. Cole given national award SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI) -| The National (inference of Christians and Jews Monday m^t presented entertainer Nat (King) Cole with a National Brotherhood Award. Regional awards presented at the local chapter's second annual brotherhood dinner went to the Most Rev. Charles F. Buddy, bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego; Jacob Weinberger, U.S. Dist. Court judge in San Diego; and James S. Copley, chairman of the corporation that publishes the Copley newspapers. Since 1930 Ccrrard's have offered quality ^„ c^,^^^ 4.^^,, p^^^ foods for low prices on Orange Street in REDLANDS. Help us celebrate our birthday by taking advantage of these big buys in top quality foods. iCHECKTHESE VAUIES on "La Choy" Famous Quality CHINESE DISHES CHOW MEIN BI-PACK COMBINATION M or Chklctn ... 2 lb. 10 ox. Reg. 89c value CHOW MEIN Bt-PACK COMBINATION Muihroonu . . . . 2 lb. 10 oi. DINNERS CompI«1» 3 !n 1 Beef Chow Mein CHOW MEIN Refl. 7Se value Reg. 59e valua BI-PACK COMBINATION Beef or Chtcken ... I lb. 9 o<. eon SOY SAUCE ^7;. i 'o. 12^ "ZEE" All Colors . . . 4-Roll Pack T0ILnTISSUEl2t «1 KRAFT'S . MAYONNAISE 3 9' ••SPRINGFIELD" SLICES or HALVES _ ^ CLING PEACHES 4'^*1 "GOLDEN NUGGET" Brand Stnoofh ^ P-NUT BUnER 3 98 10 "ORE.-IDA." INSTANT FLAKES POTATOES •SPRINGFIELD" ALL COLORS 2.PLY Eacli Package Make* up la ( Servings Pkg. FACIAL TISSUE 5 ^ *1 NOODLES Reg. 2 for 49c lA^ No.2V4ein... 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When When Gerrard's Market called on Mrs. Morgan, she wos immediately awarded the weekly prize of 5 Silver Dollars. However, she foiled to produce the required soles slip and missed out on the big Jock-Pot, 2 ™175 THISI-fC SILVER DOLURS Prices Effective THURS., APR. 9 thru WED., APR. 15 Brani onil Franks, Roosf (Mf, Ground t—t. Chicken, Haddock, Ham, Macaroni and ChceM, Soliibafy SIMIU , Turkty, Mtxican' Oinntr and tonoU 'BANQUET' FROZEN DINNERS 39 5 ^f MARKET 333 ORANGtST. — REDUNDS

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