Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 5, 1965 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 8

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, May 5, 1965
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8 - Wed., May 5, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE KEAY Society Editor Siaie Central Committee Vice Chairman To Speak At GOP Dinner San Bernardino Federated Republican Women will present James W.'Halley, vice chairman of the Republican State Central Committee, as speaker at a dinner meeting scheduled for IHay 13 at the San Bernardino Woman's clubhouse, 31st and "E" streets, starting at 7 p.m. Sirs. Lee Harris of Redlands is taking reservations locally and should be contacted by noon on Sunday. Men are also invited to attend (his meeting. Mr. Halley, an attorney with offices in San Francisco, was elected to his present G.O.P. committee position last August. He has been a member of the San Mateo County Central Committee since 1961 and served as its chairman from 1062 to 1964. He was also chairman of the Bay Area Republican Alliance in 1964, was former vice chairman and member since 1958 and in 1962 served as Peninsula Division chairman. He was a member of the Republican State Committee's 1962 Platform Committee. JAMES W. HALLEY Carriage Club Forming For Hollyy/ood Bowl Announcement of the formation of a "Carriage Club" to attend several attractions at the Hollywood Bowl this summer is made by Mrs. James C. Lewis of Redlands. Music lovers are finding this roup project more and more appealing as it eliminates freeway driving and parking confusion. Ease of travel in a group bv chartered bus makes it possible to arrive at the Bowl area and return without the delay caused by traffic congestion, Mrs. Lewis explains. Programs uill be selected so as not to interfere wilh Redlands Bowl concert nights, she emphasizes. .\nyone '.ntcresled in taking part in these "Carriage Club" trips may contact Mrs. Lewis. 792-4698. as early as possible so that preliminary plans may bo started. By KICK DU BKOW YOUNG "VOLIENDAM" RESIDENTS - In their authentic Dutch costumes, and ready for Soturday's annual Holland Festival at Redlands Christian school, are these four youngsters, all members of the Ed Van Grouw family. Live Oak Canyon road. In back, from left, are Robert John, Carol Ann and Edward Gleen while young Daniel Steve stands in front. Fun for all ages is promised at the popular affair, a yearly attraction open to the public from 11 a. m. on. (Daily Facts photo) Annual hiolland Festival To Be Saturday Event The 12th annual Holland Festi- 1 Kitchen will serve foods made, at 6 p.m. Closing event of the • -• .-...u — *;„ -n.-.^K I f„„t ;.,„i ,,,;n u„ „, Art Lovers To Visit New LA. County Museum Members of the Redlands Art Association will leave by bus for Los Angeles Saturday morning for a day at the new Los Angeles County Art Museum in Hancock Park. Prospect of the trip has been so attractive that Mrs. Barbara Abele, in charge of the excur- , sion, has had to reserve two val is scheduled to begin at Ujaccording to authentic Dutch|festival will be an auction at;buses and there are now only a a.m. Saturday on the grounds'recipes, including the perennial|6:30. j few seats available. SR. CITIZENS TO NOTE BIRTHDAYS Senior Citizens will celebrate May birthdays at their Friday meeting, starting at 1 p.m. in the activities building at the YWCA. Edward Vascara was welcomed as a new member at last week's meeting. MRS. CHAN BAILEY'S MOTHER VISITS HERE Visiting the Chan Bailey family. 52.5 Roosevelt road, is Mrs.' Bailey's mother, Mrs. Mary Wanous of Owatonnc, Minn. ! Mrs. Wanous. a turtle-racing en i thusiast. was accompanied by i the Baileys to Joshua Tree Sun!day for the annual Turtle Rac-] ling Classic in that community. ' Her entry placed second in the I race. HOLLYWOOD (UPI)-Not too long ago, there was something of a fuss in the television industry when NBC decided against broadcasting a "Mr. Novak" program dealing with venereal disease. Both in an out of the industry, a number of respected and influential citizens urged NBC to change its mind, suggesting that an intelligent treatment of [he subject might well help illuminate this liiboo and delicate topic. But NBC stood by its decision. Now "ABC Scope." a weekly half-hour public affairs series, has announced that it will explore the subject of veneral disease May 19. "Mr. Novak" is an early-evening show, airing from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. EDT. "ABC Scope" is presented at 10:30 p.m. EDT. According to ABC. a ment invesligalor and medical men will "describe their ex- nerienccs in arresting the di:.-," and there will be discus- disease section of the U.S. Communicable Disease Center, Atlanta; and Col. Ingolls Simmons, chief of preventive medicine. First Army. Howard K. Smith will provide commentary. Tonight's "ABC Scope" reports on the crisis in the Dominican Republic, replacing an originally scheduled halt-hour commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe. ABC-TV nas suggested that the Television Academy act as a clearing house to prevent the scheduling of video specials opposite each other. Rod Serling, president of the academy, thinks it's a fine idea, and will pursue it. On Monday night, ABC-TV's "Malina Mercouri's Greece" and NBC-T\''s "Lorne Greene's .'\merican West" com- ,„,,p,.,^.|petcd head-on. The Channel Swim: NBC will attempt the first live transatlantic color telecast via the I Early Bird satellite May 17. at p.m. EDT. .-showing sions wilh "outpatients who'f'/" _ have been guaranteed anonvmi-;';'' ' . , , , .. . ° • t changes m London architecture. ly and whose faces arc no identifiable on the screen. The investigator is one of 6.50 assigned by the U.S. Public Health Service to mtmicipal health departments in connection with the disease. Others interviewed include Dr. William Brown, head of the fashions and social life — and ,^,,'also using tape and film segments. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready mar- venereal'ket through Classified Ads. at Redlands Christian school. Itfavorite, Queen Wilhelmina pea On the steering committee are ts open to the public. I soup. Food will be served cafe- Donald Eggebeen, Jan Brink- Redlands Christian school, inlteria .style, from a snack to a, man and Bernard De Young, whose interest the event is f"" dmner. Other responsibdities are being nirned is a n ne-"rade ^rent Appropriate films will be i taken by the Lydia Society of sponsored school Proc '^feTs shown in of the First Christian Reformed from the festival are used to "le school at 4 p.m. and a bar- church, Dutch Kitchen; Fidelis financrihe sZol 's music pro-jbershop quartet will be featured;Society of the Highland Ave- gram, provide ftuids for playground equipment and for similar expenditures. Highlight of the day Saturday will be a program by the school children who will present in song and story some of the rich culture and folklore of the Dutch. Marius Van Vuren, principal, will be announcer and the children will wear colorful Vollendam Dutch costumes. Throughout the day, the Dutch by Marge MILDRED My assistant Mildred G has lived and worked on every continent except one. The first person to guess the name of this continent will win a free flight bag. Clue — "It ends with the first and begins with the last." Tickets available here for Yucaipa BPW smorgasbord & travel program May 8. Critique Tours Yucaipa Travel Service 3404S Yucaipa Blvd. YUCAIPA, CALIFORNIA 797-9113 Music Society Initiates Four Lowell Vincent Laccy. Jeanne Rugg, Coralie Lampiasi, s I u- dents, and Norman Baffrey of the faculty were welcomed into Sigma chapter of Pi Kappa Lambda, international music honor society, at yesterday's initiation meeting at the University of Redlands. The day's events included a talk by Dr. Raymond Kendall, dean of the U.S.C. school of music, during morning convocation in the chapel. Later, members of the music society joined for luncheon in the President's Room of the UR Commons. Present, in addition to the initiates, were Dr. and Mrs. Lelsie P. Spelman, Erwin Ruff, Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Tritt, iWajTie Bohmstedt, Miss Louonn Fuchs, Raymond Boese, John Golz, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Henderson, Kathryn James, Margaret W. Dow. Geneva Mills, M;u-- ion Bailey of Cotton and Ruth Grinnell Fowler. The convoy leaves Sage's parking lot at 9 a.iri. and reservations may be made with Mrs. Abele at 793-5512. RUMMAGE SALE TO i BENEFIT GIRL SCOUTS Planned as a benefit for their Campership Fund. San Gorgonio Girl Scout Council announces a two-day rummage sale, sched- |uled for Friday and Saturday ;at 23 East Citrus avenue (next 'to Imperial Hardware). Sale I hours on Friday are from 5 to ;9 p.m. and on Saturday from S:30 a.m. to noon. nue Chrisdan Reformed church, Dutch imports; Bethel Hour of First Christian, sewing and hand work. . Bethel Christian Reformed church, Olie Ballen booth; Benevolence Society of First Christian, baked goods; Bethany Reformed, white elephant booth; Hope Protestant, fish pond; Bethel Christian, punch and ice cream; Young Adults c games; Yotmg Calvinists of First ChrisUan, evening coffee. Sunshine Circle of First Christion. popcorn sales: Bethel, Highland and First Christian churches, Y. C. Cadet Display and Cal- vinette Booth. Mary Van Wicren, Carla Hartman, Annette Van Grouw, Bernie Nakken, Marcia Van Mouwerik and Betty Wiersma, donations; Mr. and Mrs. Don Van Wieren, Joyce van der Veg- te, Helen Pennings and ninth grade girls, decorations. Bill Feenstra, Ed Critters, Andy and Everett Van Voorthuysen, quartet; Delta Doney, Ann Lindeman, Marie Wiersma, Marion Karsemeyer, Sadie Kimm, costumes; Ralph Wybenga and Henry Stuursma, auctioneers; Mrs. Grace Folkersma, flower show; Don Eggebeen and Marius Van Vuren, hobby show; Jeanette Schutt, films; John Koen, public address system; Ray Hemstra, signs; Gerrit De Hoog, booth construction. Local Boys To Host Mothers At Texas A&M Mrs. Charles L. Wimberly. 30893 East Sunset drive South, and Mrs. J. T. Robbins, formerly of Redlands now living in quarters on Norton Air Force Base, will be Mothers Day guests of their sons at Texas lli^\A. & M. University, College Sla' tion, Texas. They are the mothers of 1964 Redlands High school alumni, both now freshmen at Texas A. & M., Dan Wimberiy and Ronnie Robbins. Special Mothers Day ceremonies are planned for the weekend, including a parade, picnics and various other entertainment on campus. P^is CUSTOM MADE . . . thrilling new dscorative 1965 selecfions •to choose from — including Boucle textures. Opaques, See-thrus, and Sheers. ALL DRAPERIES are FULLY CUSTOM MADE ... for FREE ESTIMATES DIAL 793-3248 3373 OFF ON FABRICS SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Orange Pickers Good earnings, stesdy work. Apply CONE CAMP River Growers Ass'n. Ph: 794-1151 her day is SUNDAY, MAY 9tb HUG AND A KISS AND and DRAPERIES Open Monday and Friday Nights 'til 9 I 10 Orange St. Downtown Redlands I I FOR MOM! Mother's Day Cards See our complete collection for every special mother. WINN'S Daily 8-9 DRUG STORE Sunday 9 - 5 Corner Colton and Orange 793-2804 FREE Parking & Gift Wrap S. & H. 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