Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 29, 1965 · Page 8
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8 - Thurs., April 29,1965 Red/ends Daily Facts SCOUT LEADER HONORED - Mr. ond Mrs. Raymond Putnam, left, shared recognition honors for their 36 years of leadership in the Scouting program during a Tuesday evening ceremony in their honor at the First Methodist church. James Lee Clark, right, president of Grayback Council, was present to take part in the presentation of this Norman Rockwell painting of 'The Scoutmaster" to Mr. Putnam. (Photo by Dick White) Raymond Putnam feted for long Scout service Scoutmaster Raymond Putnam was honored Tuesday evening at a special recognition ceremony in Weeks Fellowship Hall following the Troop 4 Court of Honor. Mr. Putnam and his wife. Pearl, were presented a Boy Scout statuette in honor of their 36 years of service to Scouting and to Troop 4. The award was made by Carroll E. Wiggins, assisted by James Lee Clark, president of Grayback Council; Rev. Willard Schurr and Scout John Biddick. A framed picture of "The Scoutmaster" by Norman Rockwell was presented to Mr. Putnam by the Council and a money tree was the gift of their many friends, including representatives of each troop in Redlands and former Scouts of Troop 4. A reception honoring the Put- nams and their family followed the recognition ceremony. In the receiving line-were their two married daughters and husbands, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sconce of Arcadia, and daugh- jler, Sandra; and Mr. and Mrs. | Jack Appleton of Redlands; their son, Ricky Putnam, a senior at Redlands High school, and Mr. ; Putnam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Harold Putnam. I The Scout emblem centered a large decorated cake surrounded at the base by red roses. The cake was cut and served to! Yucaipa High school students the 300 guests. j chose members of the pep Mr. and Mrs. D. Lowell Wells squad for 1965-66 at recent elec- Lockheed adds two new men to sales staff Warren F. Westermeier, vice- president-marketing for Lockheed Propulsion company, today announced the addition of two new top-level sales representatives to the marketing staff. Glenn Kepler has been named to the position of manager of NASA sales. Reporting to E. Dana Gibson, director of government sales, Kepler is responsible for the generation of new business from the space agency. Prior to joining Lockheed Kepler was manager of contractor operations for Thiokol Chemical Corp., in Dayton, Ohio. A native of Yellow Springs, Ohio, Kepler is a 1950 graduate of Antioch College. In the second staff addition, Westermeier announced the appointment of Karubah Carnahan as senior sales representative for Air Force programs. Carnahan, retired Air Force Lt. Colonel, most recently served as director of tactical evaluation and training for the 25th North American Air Defense Region at McChord Air Force Base, Washington. Prior to this time Carnahan held a variety of Air Force assignments in the operations and training areas. From 1951 to 1955 be was Chief, Plans and Programs for the first tactical nuclear weapons organization in the Air Force. During World War II Carnahan served as a combat aircraft commander in the European theater and as a combat crew raining instructor. A native of Shreveport, Louisiana, Carnahan attended Louisiana Polytechnic Institute and Louisiana State University. 400 sporfscars to pass through here Saturday More than 400 sportscars are expected to pass through the Redlands area Saturday on their way to the finish line in the second annual navigational rally, sponsored by the Riverside Foreign Car Club and Riverside International Raceway. Entries will leave West Covina, starting at 6 a.m., and travel east through the Redlands area to Oak Glen. The rally will end at the raceway in Sunnymead where trophies will be awarded in various categories, according to Jim Knox of Redlands, club president. Drivers, who will be required to observe all speed and traffic regulations along the route, will be judged on how closely they adhere to a pre-determined time schedule laid out. Several check points, including one at Nevada street and San Bernardino avenue, will be set up along the route. The majority of the sports- Cope fo have new sprinklers Installation of a $S,754 lawn sprinkler system at Cope Junior High school was approved this week by the Redlands school trustees. Southern Counties Irrigation, incorporated, was awarded the job. cars entered are expected to pass through the Redlands area between 7 and 9 a.m. Further information and pre-entry forms may be obtained by calling 792-2538. WINS SECOND PLACE - Diane Goldwasser, Kingsbury school sixth grader, receives medal for her second place entry in American Legion Auxiliary's district Americanism essay contest from Mrs. J. M. Leighton, auxiliary Americanism chairman. Diane Gofdwasser places in Legion essay contest YHS students choose new cheer leaders Diane Goldwasser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goldwasser, 702 Esther Way, placed second in Ihe American Legion Auxiliary's district 25 Americanism essay contest, it was announced thid week. Diane's essay, entitled "Five Wishes for My Country," won first place in Redlands elementary schools and then placed second among 146 entries in the district judging. Second place winner in Redlands schools was Melissa Barnett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barnett, 538 E. Mariposa drive. Barbara Eliades, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Eliades, 133 Anita court, won third. Diane is a sixth grade student in Anthony Andolina's class at Kingsbury school. In addition to a medal signifying the second place award, she will also receive a cash prize. The Kedlands second and third place winners are students at Kimberly school. Melissa is in the sixth grade and Barbara is in the fifth. RHS croff class students to visit Pasadena show Students of the crafts classes of Redlands High school will at- itcnd the triennial production of ithe California Design 9 show will include: Tracy Barger, George Barrus, Lester Batholo- mcw, Kay Boyd, Ron Brown, Ray Butler, Barbara Cummings, lions. Judy Lsrson, Pam MemmoU, JoiEvening Kiwanis Club. were in charge of the reception, i assisted by Mmes. James L. Clark. William Wilson, Pete Garretson, R. C. Armitagc, Carroll Wiggins, berger. Earl Bice, wives representing Council, committeemen and Scoutmasters, and Miss Elizabeth Members of the junior varsity Nye, secretary of the local | cheer leading squad will be Council. j Sandy and Susan McKenzie. Sharon Maxwell, and Linda Gausemel. |Saturday at the Pasadena Art!Harold Commussaris, Rose Es i Museum. The RHS student tripjcanate, Gloria Flores, Elizabeth ill be sponsored by the higiijGolz, Betsy Griffin, Cindy Gil- Varsity cheer leaders will be;school P.T.A. and the Redlands more, Victor Hannah, Hawna -o-i — Lynn Powell, and Judv Pruett. Stuart Linden- Heather Fleming, Cindy Wai- Martin. Robert ton, Claudia Blakclcy, and Mary Jane Mann will serve as varsity song leaders. Visiting the fabulous Design Hodgkinson, ' Kandi Horsepian. Bob Jones, Kathy Lang, Ger- The Swift Streams Indonesian archipelago Those aspiring to serve as 9 show in the morning, the stu-!rardo Marquez. Lynn McElrath, dents will complete their day! Karen Neil, Rita Ramos, Gloria with an afternoon visit to thciKavo, Shirley Ann Real, Gary .Huntington Library and Mu-i Robertson, Tim Rachford, Roger jseum, according to instructor Ed 'Seashalt, Leland Smith, Edith Branson jSnedegan, Shirley Stanley, Don- This unique show covers some;™ , Stee lf- M^shall Taylor, iSOO items representing 300 cle-j TWanda J 61 ?''. Ch ^ 1 We ,L ch ' singers with articles includin Laura Wimberly. Sharon Van I divides the Indian and Pacific student body officers for the Oceans and dangerous currents, | coming year are signing up this • as swift as 12 miles per hour, I week and a list of qualified can' sweep through the channels between the islands. SCHEDULE NIGHT OPENINGS for Downtown Redlands didates will be posted today. Eclctions will be held on Thursday. May C. furniture and tractors, thin, ringing crystal and promitive stoneware pottery, modern Aubusson tapestries and plastic handeliers. Sickle and Mary Ellen Abilez. 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