Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 1, 1963 · Page 5
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 5

Redlands, California
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Monday, July 1, 1963
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4 - Monday, July, 1, 1963 Redlands Daily Facts Inspirational Fourth of July address slated An inspirational July 4tli talk by Stary Gange, special consultant to the Southern California Gas Company, will highlight the afternoon program at Sylvan Park where Redlanders will celebrate an "Old Fashioned Fourth" on Thursday. The Old Fashioned Fourth combines the events sponsored by ten civic and service clubs in the top summer-time attraction of the city's year-long Diamond Jubilee celebration. Gange, a prominent olive grower and civic leader from Tulare County, has become widely known throughout the country for his inspirational talks about Americans. He is presently a member of the Agricultural Committee and the National Resources Committee of the California State Chamber of Commerce, and has served as a director of the National Canners Association and of the California State Olive Association. Kiwanis Leader Mr. Gange is a past governor of the Califomia-Nevada-Hawaii District of Kiwanis International. He has visited all of the states and traveled an estimated 1,200,000 miles in making more than 2,000 talks since 1950. His July 4th talk here is s'a(ed fcr 3 p.m. on the bandstand in Sylvan Park. A full day of entertainment has been arranged for the Old Fash STARY GAUGE ioned Fourth. There will be special games for children beginning at 11:30 a.m. The annual Evemng Kiwanis Club barbecue will be served from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. For the price of a ticket, SI for adults and 50-cents for kids under 12 years, you get "all you can eat." Barbecue Menu Jlenu for the barbecue is a generous serving of beef in a bun, cole slaw, beans and coffee, ice tea or punch. Special bandstand entertam- ment during the afternoon will include the musical novelty act of the Harris Nelson Family from 2 p.m. to 2:45 p.m., the Harmonica Madcaps at 3:45 p.m. and the 15th Air Force Concert Band at 6 p.m. A spectacular climax to the About People Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ternquist, 509 Eucalyptus drive, were among California beach vacationers on hand to take part in the first anniversary celebration of San Clemente Inn recently. James M. Berkeban, gunner's mate second class, USN, son of Harold L. Berkoben, 908 West Palm avenue, Redlands, is serving aboard the destroyer USS Mc- Dermut, a First Fleet unit which recently visited Portland, Ore., during the annual Portland Rose Festival. In addition to the Mc- Dermut, II other Pacific ships visited Portland to join in the celebration. Kenneth R. MeClellan of Colton, science and mathematics instructor at Cope Junior High school, is one of 45 participants selected for the sLx-week "Summer Iristitute in Anthropology" sponsored by the National Science Foundation on the Arizona state college campus at Flagstaff July l-.August 9. The institute was made possible by a National Science Foundation grant and will be staffed by top anthropologists in the country. July 4th program in Redlands will be a two hour Fireworks show presented in a joint effort by the Redlands Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Diamond Jubilee Committee. The colorful MacPherson Highlanders will perform in the University of Redlands stadium starting at 7:30 p.m. prior to the &6-, works. Knights of the Roundtable University of Redlands geologj' REDLANDS DIAMOND JUBILEE CELEBRATION REDLANDS FOOTLIGHTERS Present LIVE THEATER "DIRTY WORK AT THE CROSSROADS" a melodrama by Bill Johnson directed b/ Jodi Lugo Every Friday and Saturday during July 8:15 All Seats $2.00 Box Office Hours: 4:00 • 8:00 Except Sundays GROVE THEATER 20 East Vine St., Redlands 792-9022 Sponsored by Redlonds Chapter Cite of Hope professor Stephen W. Dana will discuss the famous San Andreas earthquake fault in a talk before the Redlands Knights of the Roundtable tomorrow noon at Empire Bowl. A FOlt WtST COAST TH8ATIH • 123 Cojon Slre.1 , py. 3.4331 Week Days Cont. From 7 P.M. Sat. & Sun. Cont. From 2 P.M. Marlon Brando — in mmim EASTMANCOLOR\ Picture Also — Ian Flemmings "DP NO" UK. IMU Color James Bond (AGENT 007) STARTS WEDNESDAY "BYE, BYE BIRDIE" Continuous from 2 P. M. Daily Special July 3rd — Complete Show AHer 10 P.M. KIDS' DELIGHT — Grading of the fish pond pork in Reser/oir Canyon attracted a youthful audience Saturday. Getting the feel of the driver's seat of o D-8 bulldozer tractor in above photo are Marc Cummings, 10, and Clay Corwin, 7. The boys are helped out by Wayne Thomison of Rialto, an employe of Paul Hubbs Contractor. Trying her small hand at movie taking . is 3-year-old Cathy Wilkins, photo at right, daughter of San Bernardino contractor Leroy Wilkins who participated in the community project by the Engineering and Grading Contractor's Association. Additional photos on page 6. (Daily Facts photos by Ron Kibby) OfficiaBs study Posnf Loma brine problem S.-\.Nf DIEGO 'UPIi—Water pollution officials today were studying new methods for discharging water from the Saltwater conversion plant on Point i.oma following a report that some marine life had been killed by waste from (he operation. Dennis O'Leary. e .\ e c u t i v e board director of the local Water Pollution Control Board said Saturday Oie study was ordered after it was found brine and cooling water pumped from the conversion plant killed some sea life. Tito sees hope for decreasing world tensions BELGR.'U)E. Yugoslavia (UPI) —President Josip Broz Tito said Sunday recent statements by President Kennedy offer "hope for decreasing world tensions." Tito spoke after the new five- house Yugoslav parliament unanimously re-elected him president for life if he wishes. He singled out Kennedy's June 10 speech at American University in Washington as being encouraging for future international relations. Make the 4th a family Affair! Join four Friends and Neighbors in Redlands Own Commmity Party Starting at 10:30 A.M. Thursday, July 41 — Order of The Day — At Sylvan Pork 70:30 a.m.—Booths Open near playground and picnic areas. 11:30-1:00 p.m. — Games and Contests for Kids at Plnetum. 1:00-2:00 p.m. — Diamond Giveaway. 2:00-2:45 p.m.—Harris Nelson Family in Musical Novelties. 3:00 p.m. — Stary Gange, Old Fash'. ' ioned Stump Orator. 3:45 p.m. — Harmonica Madcaps. 6:00 p.m.— 15th Air Force Band Concert. 2 to 7 p.m. Sylvan Park Evening Kiwanis Clubs' Famous Barbecue Hoi and Mdoas - All You Can Eat Adults $1-Children 50c DOWNTOWN REDLANDS Urn "Dirty Work ot the Crouroodi" Footligiittn' Diamond Jubile* ProdiKtieii knafit City of ttop. July y6 •^2 •^3•\9 •20•2i•2r SAN BERNARDINO Univ. of Redlands Stadium 7:30 p.m. — MacPherson Highlander - Bagpipe Band and Dancers. — Spectacular Fireworks Display. A feature of Hedlands Oiamond Jubilee Spectacular! U. of R. Stadium ... 7:30 p.m. Fireworks are returned to Redlands' Fourth of July in a breathtaking one hour show of pyrotechnic dazzlement. GRAND FLIGHTS 0F= COLORED SHELLS: Flowering Tree of Jewels . . . Frolic of the Dolphins . . . Cascades of Golden Poppies . . The Fairyland Glimpse . . The Sparkler Comet ... The Shell of Shells! SPECIAL EFFECT GROUND DEVICES: The Butterfly Wheel . . . The Tiee of Jewels . . . The Fairy Fountains . . . The Lattice of Fire ... The Niagara Falls . . . Special Diamond Jubilee Set . . . The American Flag! POWERFUL REPEATING PROJECTILES: Fish and WhisUe Shell . . . Flight of Fiery Dragon . . . Volley of Dazzler Shells . . . Jupiter's Thunderbolt ... The Screen of Ruby Lights! Adult$$i;i„50.FomilyrKS" $3 Tickets for Fireworks Show at Bank of America Branches, Gair's, Tri-City Appliances, Chamber of Commerce, Security Bank, Imperial Hardware, and Facts Office. The Water Is Wonderful in a Darlene Suit Nicest swimming form, these light elastic quick-to-dry knit suits. In a vast array of colors and styles. Shown are just three from our wide, wide collection. A Darlene stylist will be on hand to help you select the suit that is best for you. Tuesday, July 2, 11:30 A.M. Intrigue . . . 2 pc. 78% nylon and 22% rubber. Fully fashioned knit. Black, aqua. Sizes to fit 10-14....$17.98 A summer fashion . . . this one piece, knit bottom nylon and rubber blend with cotton sateen blouson print top. Red combination and aqua combination. 10-14 $!9.98 intrigue . . . one piece knit with mio-low bock ... of nylon and rubber blend, fully fashioned. Black, aqua. Sizes 10-14 $19.98 SPORTSWEAR - 2nd FLOOR - HARRIS'

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