Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 7, 1964 · Page 2
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2 - Thurs., May 7, 1964 Redlands Dally facts cordially invite you ihcir complete line of Wedding Stationery 20S East State Redlands, California Bridal Registry For Results Use Facts Classified Ads Chief Parker leaves despite criticism LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Police Chief William H. Parker left town for a medical checkup at Mayo Clinic Wednesday night assured of strong civic support despite demands by the Con gress of Racial Equality (CORE) that he resign. The Cily Council, Mayor Sam uel W. Yorly and the Police Commission gave separate votes of confidence to Chief Parker Wednesday. But two Negro city councilmen—Gilbert Lindsay and Billy G. Mills — cast "no" votes. They said they felt the resolution was premature pending charges made by some citizens. New ferryboafs CHERBOURG, France (UPI) —A new faster ferryboat service for transporting cars across the English Channel was an nounced Sunday despite plans for an undersea tunnel to link France with Britain. WIN A FREE TRIP FOR 2 TO THE NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR VIA TWA STARSTREAM JET FILL OUT COUPON AT THE BOTT.OM OF THIS AD. POLLY'S 'OINTERS By Polly Cramtr 3 FREE TRIPS TO THE NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR Via TWA Starstream JET Hotel Accommodations for Two for 5 days and 4 nights — Admission TickeU to the Foir, Sightseeing Tour and $100 in cash . . . NAME ADDRESS NOTHING TO BUY! NOTHING TO WRITEI Winnta will b« nolifitd by moil. No (fflployn of Solly Shopt or their rclatirts or* elijibi* to win. Aduifs only. DEAR POLLY — My hint is for mothers of famiUcs who travel with a trailer when they take a vacation. Take along a large can with a tight cover (an old-fashioned milk or cream can- if you have one) and partly fill with warm water, add soap or detergent and put in the soiled clothes. The motion of the trailer washes the clothes. When you stop for the night all you need do is rinse and dry. — MRS. A. H. B. DEAR POLLY — Reading your column is a real pleasure I look forward to each day. Jly Pointer is for making an emerg ency heating pad. I heat salt in a pan on the stove and pour it in the toe of a sock and se cure it vrith a rubber band. It is wonderful for dry heat applications to a sore jaw after dental work or for an earache. The salt stays warm an amazingly long time and can be easily reheated as needed. Be sure to WTap the sock in a towel or cloth before putting directly on the skin as the salt can get hot enough to bum. As it begins to cool, remove the cover. — MRS. J. 0. DEAR POLLY — Have you ever wanted to make a heart- shaped cake but had no pan that shape? Use one eight- inch round cake pan and one eight-inch square cake pan. Cut the round laj-er in half and place the two pieces against two adjoining sides of the square layer and the result is beautiful heart cake. On my husband's birthday, made one of these for my mother-in-law for having such a darling boy. She was thrilled that 1 thought of her because •Jiat was a big day in her life 7) years ago. I always had trouble with round things like lipsticks and deodorant containers rolling around on the medicine chest shelf. I took two small juice cans, covered them with attractive adhesive-backed paper (they could have been painted) and then taped one on the underneath side of each end of the top shelf with the open end facing out. .\ow things are handy and they take up no shelf space.—MRS. W. R. S. MSS JOSEPHINE REAY Sodefy Editor DEAR POLLY — ^VTien doing any sort of lawn or gardening work where it is necessary to sit or kneel, I find an oilcloth pat most desirable. Fold oilcloth in a square large enough sit on. Put several thick­ nesses of newspaper inside the fold and stitch the remaining three sides together. This makes a waterproof pad which is especially good if the ground is damp. Old plastic shower curtains could also be used.—J.C. DEAR POLLY - I find the best time for cleaning dresser drawers in a child's room is day when that child must stay in bed. He is entertained give mine the things to be discarded) and mother is handy for the attention a sick child needs.—LE.K. IH FESTIVAL COSTUMES — Mn. Jan Van Mouwerik ond her youngsters are among tha mony Holland Festival boosters who will be on hand Saturday for the event o» tha Christian School. Mrs. Van Mouwerik holds little Mori Anne. In front, from left, ore Michael, Jim and Jan. The festivol will begin at 11 a.m. and is open to the public. Many booths will offer items of interest, including the always popular 'olliebollen" and other Dutch foods, and there will be entertainment, too. Mrs. Tena Da Young is serving as general chairman. (Daily Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) Traditions Of Holland Revived For Annual Festival The many organizations affiliated with the Reformed churches which support Redlands Christian school at 1145 Church street are cooperating in arrangements for the annual Holland Festival, to open at 11 a.m. Saturday at the schooL At that hour, the Lydia Soci ely of the First Christian Reformed church will open the Snack Bar. In charge of this project are Miss Margaret Fik and Mmes. Larry Bishop, Bert Block, Andrew Van Voorthuy-| zen and Bob DeWitt. Baked goods will be offered for sale by the Christian Bene volence Society with Mrs. Hen ry Radius in charge. Bethel Society is in charge of handwork and needlework with Mrs. John Brinkman, chairman, assisted by Grace Steinstra and Eileen Vander Linde. Mrs. Edward Stielstra of, Bethany Reformed church has arranged a "White Elephant" booth and the "Fish Pond" is in charge of the Ladies' Aid of Hope Protestant church, -Mary GaU Gaastra and Mrs. Donna Huiskens, chairmen. Bethel Christian Church will sell "OUieboUen". a HoUand type doughnut to be fried fresh continually throughout the day. On this committee are Mmes Everette Franken, Alex Kimm and Luke Slagter. Imports, cheeses and foodstuff will be provided by the Fidelis Society of the Highland Avenue church with 5Irs. Alice Oosterbroek, chairman, and Mrs. Marie Hager and Mrs. Augusta Andriese. On the costumes committee are Mmes. Delta Doney, Marie Wiersma, Ann Lindeman, Mar ian Karsemeyer and Sadie Kimm. A punch, popcorn and pop scile concession will be managed by the Young People's So eiety ol Bethel church. On the committee are Patricia Paauwe, Kathy Wierenga, Donna Joling. Other young people of the Cal- vioist Society to sell coffee in the evening are George Nydam. Stan Lappinga, Opal Boer and Mrs..Karla Eerkes while the Young Adults group will organize children's games under direction of Lillian Zevenbergen, Darlene Jogentjes and Laura Mae Van Grouw. Mrs. Fred Folkersma is in charge of the flower show and there will be a hobby show, planned by M. Van Vuren and Don Eggebeen. Children of the elementary grades will provide a program in the afternoon. Ralph Wy benga and Henry Strursma will direct the auction to begin at 6:30 p.m. Donation solicitors are Mrs. Don Van Wieren, who is also in charge of decorations, Mrs. Kenneth Wiersma, Mrs. John Hartman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Van Grouw and Mrs. Avon Zevenbergen. General chairman is Mrs. Tena De Young. John Koen is handling the public address sys tem and Kathryn Vander Lugt and Ray Heemstra are publicity chairmen. The public is invited to attend the colorful event. Mentone Cubs Graduate One David Brown was graduated from Cub Scout Pack 3 of Mentone into Boy Scout Troop 5 during the recent Pack meeting at Mentone school. The "Nature" theme was observed during the evening which included the presentation of awards to Mickey Rocha, Billy Brier, Greg Hearth, David Kahn, Eddie McCormick, David Brown, Lorran Walls, George Arredondo, Kelly Way, Jack Sarrett, Danny Henderson, Barry Sewell. Stanley Painter, Mark Norrie, Eugene Coxby, Glenn FoUett and Mike Langford. FAMILY POLITICS BOISE. Idaho (UPI) — Idaho Gov, Robert E. SmyUe, senior governor in the country in time of service, told a youth legislature here that the art of pohti- cal machination is also a house- bold toot. Encouraging the youths that there is nothing "dark and mysterious" about politics, Smylie said: "I can assure you that when my family begins to move toward the making of a family decision, it is political machinery that they inveic ia order to persuade me to hava their way." The bidding has been: 8o «tk Wert North Ca^ I« Fa5s !• Pass 3V Pass 34 Pass 3N.T. Pass 4N.T. Paa T You, Sooth, hold: 4AQ6 irKJ4Z 4A2 4bAQ94 What do you do? A-^Oake the BUekweed response of five siades. Tour partner liaa asked for aees^ TODAY'S QTJESnOJT Instead of bidding three diamonds over two hearts, 70ur partner bids two no-tiump. What do you do now? Answer Tomuiiuw HER'S DAY MAKgfRIEMOS remember MOTHER'S DAY MAYlOfh GIVE 'I FIRST QUALITY SHEER SEAMLESS] NYLONS HANDBAGS (2 PR. PKG.) LIMIT—6 PR.. A SMART SELECTION FOR SPRING & SUMMER.ppOM an exciting array! SLIPPERS IN ASSORTED STYIES, SIZES & (^ORS Alibiing opponents take the wind out of a victor's sails. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3221 Sampler Her favorite box ot gift chocolates. $iOO lb. WINN'S DRUG STORE Corner Colton and Oranga Dally 8-9 Sunday 9-5 Free Parking 793-2804 S. & H. GREEN STAMPS FREE GIFT WRAPPING • PRESCRIPTION DEllVERY (FREE IN REDUNDS) Rel\ on \'Our ^PEARiVUCIST ONLY FIVE YEARS AGO ... research was still being conducted on many of today's comrmon drugs. 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