Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 29, 1965 · Page 10
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10-Thurs., April 29,1965 Redlands Daily Facts THE BIG BLOWUP — "Doc," one of the Great Y Circus clowns blows up a giant balloon with encouragement from the crowd. The "atomic?" blast that followed was such a sensation that he is repeating it this year — that is if he can patch up his big balloon . . .HI (Facts photo) Great Y Circus tickets go on sale It's circus time again and tickets for the Great Y Circus go on sale tomorrow. This year's performances of the 27th annual local talent extravaganza will be held. May 21, 22, 28 and 29, in the YMCA gym. The Great "Y" Circus clowns have been hard at work perfect ing their routines for this years production. They will truly be bigger and better than ever, bigger because they have acquired some new men, better; well they are a year older, according to the management. Led by Leo Schnieder, Dr. Ellsworth Miller, Chreston Knudsen and John E. Lenker, the four producing clowns have come up with some new and startling ideas. Helping them to carry out their plans will be Brandy Brandenberger, Al Newell, Don Leonard, Warren Putnam, Dr. William XJmbach, Pete Lenker, Isbourne Ash, and Tom Pag- dilao. The three new additions are David Hansberger, Monroe Oliver, and Charles McConnell. Charles Parker will serve as Ring Master. Mr. Parker in his twenty years with this circus . has risen from property man to director of this gigantic performance. POPULAR 4-H ACTIVITY — San Bernardino County 4-H Club members attending the sixteenth annual 4-H Club Field Day in Apple Valley on May 1 will compete for recognition in judging crops. Awards will be provided tha 4-H contestants judging vegetables, citrus fruits, and alfalfa hay. Dennis Brock, center, eleven-year-old member of the East Highlands 4-H Club, and Lowell Jeffcoat, twelve-year-old member of the Mentone Minutemen, prepare for the popular county-wide competition by practicing at a recent 4-H judging school. Instructor is Norman C. Welch- University of California Farm Advisor in San Bernardino County. Co/. O'Leary to retire after 24 years of service After over 24 years active (pensive contracts to incentive service. Col. John A. O'Learyjtype of streamlined contracts, "Mr. Cost Consciousness of thelearned him kudos from the Air Ballistic Systems Division," is;Force. In Fiscal Year 1964, for retiring. The BSD Chief of Pro-j instance, his office made esti- curement and Productionimated savings of over S166 mil- achieved memorable "firsts" forilion. The O'Lcary drive to re- the Division and the Air ForceJduce costs resulted in a reduc- He has been cited for forts. Tomorrow, April 30, the many friends and acquaintances of Colonel O'Leary are gathering at the Norton Officers Club for a dinner dance, which will follow an earlier, informal, pay- as-you-go bar gathering. O'Leary's efforts to switch from cumbersome, relatively ex- Kaiser sharing plan reaches new peak March resulis of the Kaiser Steel — United Steclworkers Long Range Sharing Plan show S278.694 to be shared Thursday by 5512 participants at the Fontana mill, it was announced to| tracts from 85.5 per cent in Fis-jday by company and union of- Patton badly overcrowded, survey reveals Pacific Coast News Service Special to the Daily Facts SACRAMENTO — A California Medical Association study of Patton State Hospital's facilities for treating mentally ill and mentally retarded has resulted in 13 recommendations for improvement. The study, an 18-month survey of the 14 state hospitals for mentally handicapped, was conducted by 81 CMA-member psychiatrists, physicians and psychologists and completed in December 1963. •Recommendations ranged from minor suggestions about hospital administration to major proposals dealing with staff allotments and treatment programs. Findings at Patton indicated lack of space and shortage of personnel is so serious patient recovery and continued services of the existing staff is jeopardized. Survey teams at times found less than a foot of space between beds, and patients belongings "piled in a heap beside the beds" because of the lack of space. Shortage of personnel was evident to the team, with psychiatric technicians so overburdened they could do no more than feed, bathe and medicate patients. There is, however, "intensive social work carried out in the wards to move patients back into the community," survey members reported. Of the 13 recommendations made, two are in effect, six will be initiated when budget approval is given and five are under study. Gas-light theater back Tombstone's Schieffelin hall opens once more TOMBSTONE, Ariz. (UPI)— Tombstone's Schieffelin Hall reopened recently, bringing back the mustached villain and the woe - begotten heroine of Wyatt Earp's days. The theater, which has been restored down to the last gilt chandelier and red velvet swag, re - opened with "Curse You, Jack Dalton." Al Schieffelin, brother of the old prospector, Ed Schieffelin, whose discovery of silver set off the Tombstone Boom, built the theater in 1881. It was the cultural outpost for the "town too tough to die" for more than 35 years. It was finally abandoned in 1917 after more than 300 performances. The old hall was host to a wide variety of productions including "The Ticket-of - Leave Man," "Uncle Josh Perkins," ALASKA HIGHWAY WASHINGTON (UPI) — Prompt action to provide hard- surfaced pavement for the Alaska Highway through Canada is being urged by the American Automobile Association. Throwing its support behind a bill for the purpose introduced by Senators Mike Mansfield and Lee Metcalf, Montana Democrats, the AAA predicted a modern road to the northern outpost would double or triple the volume of tourist travel over the route. "Damon and Pythias". Following one performance March 18, 1883, Wyatt Earp and his brother, Morgan, left the theater. An hour later, Morgan was shot to death in a pool hall. The killing was said to be re venge for the Earp brothers' part in the famed O.K. Corral gunbattle. In 1963, the theater was purchased by Historic Tombstone Adventures, a corporation formed to restore the old silver mining town's historic sites. Restoration of the hall required replacement of two walls and the interior balcony, rebuilding of the stage, a new floor and replacement of most of the woodwork. XB70Ain successful test flight EDWARDS AFB (UPI)— Tha XB70A, forerunner of supersonic jetliners, flew 1,700 miles over three states Wednesday and reached its highest altitude and fastest speed marks to date. The XB70A flew to a height of more than 62,000 feet at a speed of 1,630 miles an hour- more than twice the speed of sound— as it flew over California, Utah and Nevada. The giant experimental plane was in the air nearly an hour with North American Aviation test pilots Al White and Van Shepard at the controls. HUNTERS BOMBED SOMERTON, England (UPI) —Three supporters of the League Against Cruel Sports were fined $28 each here Wednesday for throwing flour bombs at hunters riding to the hounds. his ef-ition of Cost Plus Fixed Fee Con- Princess Grace arrives in New York NEW YORK (UPI)—Princess Grace of Monaco and her eight- year-old daughter, Princess Caroline, will spend the next few days here visiting the theater and shopping. Princess Grace, the former Grace Kelly of movie fame, arrived at Kennedy International Airport Wednesday from Paris. She will attend the wedding Saturday in Philadelphia of her niece, Meg Davis. Princess Grace and Princess Caroline will spend two weeks in the United States. cal 1961 to 12.8 in Fiscal 1964. Colonel O'Lcary graduated from the University of Minnesota. Before coming to Norton Air Force Base. O'Leary worked in a wide variety of assignments that resulted in his achieving an enviable service maturity. Among the positions held by O'Leary were Project Office, Promotions and Separations Division, Hq USAF; Office Director of Military Personnel, Hq USAF; Deputy Chief of Staff, Hq 12th Air Force; Group Commander, 36th Air Base Group; and a variety of materiel and procurement positions. O'Leary was also the Chief of External Affairs with the Ballistic Systems Division before the division moved to Norton Air Force Base in 1962. O'Leary was awarded the Air Force Commendation Medal in 1962 for his previous work with the Aeronautical Systems Division, where he was Director of Equipment and Services. Colonel O'Leary's daughter, Betty, was married last November and is now living in Pittsburg, Pa. Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. Turner on the OPENING of the New Turner's Carpets Beaumont Concrete Co. 452 5th Place - 845-1677 - Beaumont •AND Kenneth Anspach 13621 BRYANT ST. —YUCAIPA ficials. The 5278,694 employes' share of cost savings is divided into a cash distribution of 593,169, or 11 cents per hour worked, and a wage and benefit reserve allotment of 5185,525, or 21 cents per hour. The two year old Long Range Sharing Plan was developed as a means of averting strikes and strike threats stemming from stalemates in periodic contract negotiations on economic matters. It does this by measuring increases in productivity (the usual basis for determining increased wages and benefits) on a month-to-month basis and distributing a share of the productivity increases to the employes as it is earned. This eliminates contract deadlines for Kaiser Steel and its employes. The Fontana plant will continue to operate regardless of when the rest of the industry reaches agreement. The Plan further guarantees that, as a minimum, employes will receive all wage and benefits negotiated between other major steel companies and the Satellite launched at Vandenberg VANDENBERG AFB, Calif. (UPI)—An undisclosed satellite using an Atlas-Agena booster combination was launched Wednesday toward polar orbit, the Air Force announced. It was the 34th launch from this base this year. In keeping with current Defense Department policy, no additional details of the launch were disclosed, except that an Air Force-industry team participated in the launch. FELL AT SUMMIT LONDON (UPI) —-Six-year- old Colin Martindale, who wants to be a mountaineer, climbed to the roof of a railway hotel Tuesday night, stepped back to survey the view — and fell 25 feet from the "summit." He escaped with minor bruises. United Steelworkers. The cost of these new improvements is paid out of the Wage and Benefit Reserve. The $185,525 Reserve allotment for March was highest in the Plan's history. To .". . From Turner's Carpets Glad we had the opportunity to do the Plumbing in the construction of your New Location. Van's Plumbing 35768 Ave. "F" YUCAIPA You re Invited to... FRIDAY, APRIL 30th to FRIDAY, MAY 7th HOURS 9:30-5:30 DAILY — CLOSED SUNDAY — Visit our most modern up-to-date carpet display area. You will be amazed at the array of fine quality carpeting we have available including: — Mohawk — Gulistan — Alexander Smith — Magee — Downs — and many others. Refreshments Will Be Served SPECIAL DURING OUR OPEN HOUSE CELEBRATION! Roll-End Carpet Sale This is on actual picture of the tremendous amount of Roll-End carpeting we have in stock in our new building. If you are interested in saving money on.carpeting — Now Is The Time! BE SURE TO REGISTER for GRAND PRIZE 12' x 11'9" Beige Rug HERCULON PILE Values up to OFF Choose from wools, acrilans, herculons, and nylons. Assorted Sizes & Colors Priced From F- -- ~ -"" - , *j. pl f ; *? : ' From Right to left: Mr. & Mrs. Turner and Mr. Cliff Trainer, Carpet Installer. 35168 Yucaipa Blvd. 797-1186 Yucaipa

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