Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 5, 1963 · Page 6
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 6

Redlands, California
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Friday, July 5, 1963
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6 - Friday, July 5, 1963 Redlands Daily Facts Fourth of July in Sylvan Park THREE LEGGED RACE One of many kids* games conducted by Graybac'k Council, < T Boy Scouts of America, in the park was the three-legged race. Boy and S'rl team at left won. OLD GLORY — American flags and "Uncle Sam" hats were sold at the Zonta Club's novelty booth. Katherine DLxon, 922 Barbara lane, receives a flag from AL-s. Gene Cunningham. DIAMOND PICKER — A woman concentrates as she fishes with tweezers for what she hopes will be a real diamond. A special Chamber of Commerce feature of the park program was a goblet filled with cut glass and diamonds. Adults were invited to pick a gem. JULY 4th CROWD - A huge crowd gathered around the bandstand to hear the 15th Air Force Band from March AFB perform. An estimated 10.000 persons took part in the Sylvan Park Fourth of July festivities. Photos by Ron Kibby No June drop Prospects good for new navel orange crop NEW HIGH RATE While no quantitative estimate of the '63-'64 navel orange crop is being made at this time the prospects for a good yield are encouraging according to the County Department of Agriculture's monthly crop report. "Although fruit size is small for this time of year," the report says, "the normal 'June drop' has not occurred because of the coolness of the June weather. This situation could change considerably if there is e.\treme heat in July. "The harvest of Valencia oranges is in full swing in all districts. Moderate shipping continues, with small sizes going to export and the larger sizes going into the domestic markets. Demand has slowed due to the competition from seasonal fruits. "Jlost of the Valencias are being put through water-separators in the packing houses to elimin' ate frost damaged fruit. Current Annual Interest Effecrive July 1, 1963 Interest Paid Quarterly the friendly place to save ARROWHEAD SAVINGS SAN BERNARDINO (home office) 301 W. HIGHLAND AVE. • TU. 2-3321 AND LOAN ASSOCIATION RIALTO-148 S. RIVERSIDE AVE. • TR. 57010 Dr. Bishop to direct workshop for educators Two special workshop sessions for professional educators will be held during July at the University of Redlands. The first will be one entitled "Current Trends in Education," from July 3 to 19. More than 10 chief educational administrators and industrial executives will be featured speakers during the two- week session under the direction of Dr. Frank E. Bishop, UR professor of education. This workshop is especially designed for teachers or other professional educators to keep them abreast of latest developments in education. Registrations may be made on or before July 8. University credit is offered. The second workshop will be known as the "Southern California Workshop in Social Studies." It is the only one sponsored by the state in Southern California and wiU be held from July 15-26. Opening speaker at 8 a.m., July 15 will be Helen Heffeman, chief bureau of elementary education, state of California. Her topic will be "The Emphasis on Teaching the Social Studies." Three state elementary education consultants will also participate in the workshop along with university professors, social studies cinriculum specialists and other social science specialists. Dr. Robert West, director of the UR school of education, said two units of credit will be offered for the workshop which will be limited to 60 persons. He said parents might also find the workshop of value in helping their children. "Our previous estimate of 228 field boxes per acre still holds for the county with higher estimates in the east end (Redlands and Highland) districts. "The summer grapefruit harvest is progressing rapidly as all fruit has now reached maturity requirements. Small sizes continue to be exported. Larger sized fruit demand will increase from now on during the sununer months. Our previous estimate of 360 field boxes per acre for the county continues. "The set of the Rome Beauty variety apple at Oak Glen is very good while the standard Delicious variety is very light. 'All peach varieties show a 100 per cent crop. 'The plum crop estimate is 75 per cent of normal with the Santa Rosa variety nearing maturity and harvest." Snowball battle as Independence day novelty SURFSIDE, Fla. (UPI) — This resort town located just north of Miami Beach had a different kind of Independence Day celebration. Kids battled with snowballs in the near-90 heat and the town crowTied a snow queen. City officials borrowed a snow machine and cranked out 50 tons of snow along the beach. .About 2,000 kids broke through a not- very-tight police line at the celebration and the snowball fight began. A policeman, naturally, was the first to get hit. m Has a irihday JULY 6 Gerald OitchficM Tin King Richard Giilmere Col. A. W. Stanley Riley B. Mock Rod Andrus Mike Malm* Thomas Moore John Jergensen Bill Martz William Span- Den Roberts Jack C. Smith H. A. Woessner Happy Birthdiy from II E. Stil« Pti. PY 3-2505

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