Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 6, 1965 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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2 - Thursday, May 6, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts Urges GOP to seek support of minorities WEST COVINA; Calif. (UPI) — California Republicans were urged Wednesday night to actively seek the support of minority groups by former San Francisco Mayor George Christopher. Christopher, speaking to the San Gabriel Valley Republican Alliance, said Gov. Edmund G. Brown's Administration was "not keeping its promises to the minority groups and was taking them for granted." Christopher, who was Richard Nixon's running mate in the 1960 gubinatorial race, said, "Republicans must find a better means and method of working with minority groups and bringing them into t!ie party." CLAUDIA CO-STARS HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Clau dia Cardinale will co-star with Anthony Quinn in Columbia's "The Centurions" to be filmed on location in Rome. Liz Says: — Mother's Day Gifts. . . . and don't forget to look pretty yourself tool! Free gift wrapping. How about a fast charge?? or BankAmericard? Redlands Store Open Every Sunday Friday Eves. 'Til 9 BY LIZ SAGE'S — REDLANDS Citrus Village ALSO Del Rosa Shopping Center Highland & Del Rosa Ave. San Bernardino poLiy's POINTERS By Polly Cram«r DEAR POLLY—We put strips of red safety reflector tape around the handles of our camping and gardening tools. The intense color of this tape makes them easy lo find. We lost a hatchet and that same night while turning the car into Dur driveway, the light reflected on the tape revealing where the hatchet lay in the grass.—MRS. M. R. DEAR POLLY — My children's hooded jackets wouldn't stay zippered until I came up with the following solution. After I have zipped up a jacket I thread the hood strings through the hole in the zipper tab and then tie the string. Now I never worry that the children will get cold because of open jackets— JOANIE DEAR POLLY — I never discard either a lady's or a man's felt hat. The tops are used for making kitchen pot holders which I bind with colored tape. The other parts of a hat are used for cutting out circles to glue on the bottoms of vases, figurines, or anything that might scratch my furniture. — MRS. D. S. DEAR POLLY—TOen one has a large family, nothing is thrown away that can be salvaged for another use. When my chenille bedspreads are no longer useable as such I cut them into rectangles about 8 by 20 inches. These are folded over, sewed up the two sides and the open end hemmed to make square mitts to slip over the hands. One can be slipped on for dusting. Sprayed with polish, it makes a wonderful dust rag. To be really efficient slip one on each band. When these cleaning rags go through the wash they are easily identified and go right into their special bag. When cotton quilts become shabby, I cover them with plisse or seersucker. The point is to use a material tliat never needs ironing. I make the cover, tack though all the thicknesses about every four inches and in the pattern so the tacking does not show. Since they are all cotton, these newly covered quilts can be put in the washer and dryer and then folded and put right away. I have used them in play pens, taken them to the beach and used them for sun baths, picnics, hayrides and so on. — MRS. .J. P. cciettf MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Dedication Of New Officers Higliligbfs Baptisf Women's Coffee lEDl-ANC BALLET THEATRE DIRECTOR - Former soloist with Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, Andrei Tremaine is now director of Pacific Ballet Theatre which will make its initial local appearance May 16 in Clock auditorium. Tickets are on sale at The Harris company. Pacific Ballet Theatre To Appear n Redlands For One Performance Dedication of officers was the main feature of yesterday's May Coffee and Fellowship of the First Baptist Woman's Mission Society. "Instruments for Change Under God," the new theme for the year, was used by Mrs. Ivan B. Bell in her dedication and installation ceremony. Mrs. Bell emphasized the need and importance for "love in our world of rapid change" and illustrated this with the story of the 13 year-old girl in Ohio who grew beans, some with love and tenderness and others with scold ing and indifference. The experiment showed that even with lima beans, love makes a difference, said Mrs. Bell, for the beans planted with love grew larger and developed far superior than the others that were ignored. To remind the new officers of their opportunity to give love and understanding, Mrs. Bell presented each new officer with an artificial flower made from lima beans. Mrs. Harold Woodrow, Mrs. Frank Fagerburg, and Mrs. Lester Randolph, made the mementos for the occasion. Beginning her second year term will be Mrs. Guy D. WU- liams, president. Taking office with Mrs. Williams were Mrs. David L. Goodwin, recording secretary; Mrs. John Groom, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. W. Wade, treasurer; Mrs. Marion Davis, assistant treasurer; Mmes. William Veliquette, Ju- Mrs. Rothenberger Takes Office As Leader Of Congregational Women lian Blakeley, and Miss Gay Parks, Gufld counsellors. Mrs. Ward Miller, vice president of interpretation; Mrs. Ivan Bell, program chairman; Mrs. Fred Auerbacher, communications; Mrs. Charles 0. Pierpoint vice president of missions send chairman of special interest missionaries; chairman Mrs. Paul Alvey, White Cross. Mrs. John Lovely, vice presi dent of Christian service; Mrs. George Lewis, Christian social relations; Mrs. Carl Shedd, love gift. Mrs. Harold Woodrow, vice president of leadership development; Mrs. Alvin Fishman, spiritual growth; Mrs. Harold Water, literature; Mrs. Robert Moore, ;;cholarship. Circle leaders Msmes. Earl Johnson, Waldo Burroughs, Paul Riggins, Richard Hausctdld, E. R. Larsen, Flossie Tartt, Harry Orcutt, Oliver Sherman, Rex Vincent. Following the dedication of officers, a solo, "Awake, Awake to Love and Work" was sung by Mrs. David L. Silke, accompanied by Mrs. Paul R. Gleason. Mrs. Carl Shedd presented the monthly newsflash of a special interest missionary Miss Augusta Jackley, ecumenical missionary, Director of the Protestant Program, Intermountain School, Brigham City, Utah. Members of t^e Philippine circle were hostesses with Mrs. Rex Vincent, leader. Ballerinas Lois Ellyn and Patricia Norman will appear with a cast of professionals in Pacific Ballet Theatre's initial pros- entation of the 1965 season's "Ballet Highlights" to be performed May 16 Sunday at 2:15 p.m. in Clock auditorium on Redlands High school campus. The program will include Act II of "Tlie Nutcracker" and Act III of "Sleeping Beauty", traditional fairy tale classics of perennial appeal. There will also bo the comic ballets, "Katinka" and "The Matchmaker", created by Andrei Tremaine, Pacific Ballet Theatre's director and former soloist with Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. Fourteen students of the Betty Heinberg School of Ballet in Redlands have been chosen to act as Pages and Ladies in Waiting to the Queen in "Sleeping Beauty". Miss Ellyn, who studied under Bronislava Nijinska, was SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Installation of newly elected officers and special recognition of past presidents were highlights of the luncheon meeting of Women's Fellowship of the First Congregational church of Redlands yesterday in Kimberly Hall. Mrs. Richard Oliver, accompanied by Mrs. Warren James at the piano, sang a hymn appropriate for each officer's duties. Mrs. Raymond Beeler installed Mrs. D. J. Rothenberger as president; Mrs. Horace Rad ford, president-elect; Mrs. Harold B. Stuber, first vice-president; Mrs. D. de V. Ditwiler, second vice-president; Mrs. The odore Lassagne, recording sec retary; Mrs. Robert H. Douglass, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. R. Bruckart Jr., treasurer; and Mrs. Aaron Arth, nominating officer. Mrs. Joel F. Hauser assisted Mrs. Beeler in pinning a cor sage on each officer. Each past president who was able to attend related an interesting experience or achievement of her term. .Presented by Mrs. Hauser, and given corsages by Mrs. Harold Stuber were Mmes. George Hinckley, Rodney Cranmer, Grace Stanley, Rex Cranmer, S. Wesley Break, F. W. Parker, J. S. Prendergast, Richard Hardy, Parker Huntington, Aaron Arth; and Miss Gwladys Pugh. Mrs. Hauser, retiring president, announced a new chairmanship to the Women's Fel­ lowship Board, records and history, under the chairmanship of Mrs. Rodney Cranmer. She also reminded the women of the United Church Women's May Fellowship Luncheon in Kimberly Hall tomorrow. Congregational Church women are hostessing this event. The annual Mother-Daughter banquet is on Monday, May 17, at 6 p.m. Mrs. Radford of the Plymouth Village Auxiliary, announced the annual Strawberry Festival and open house at Plymouth Village on June 11. Three new books have been added to the bookshelf, according to Mrs. D. J. Stewart: "Markings", by Dag Hammer- skjold; "Miracles of Christ", by David A. Redding; and "Mostly In Clover", by Harry J. Boyle. Mrs. Grace Stanley presented a memorial to Mrs. F. M. (Florence) Childs, who passed away recently. Harry G. Suttner, minister, gave the devotional and prayer. Tables were decorated with boukuets of pink and white spring flowers by Mrs. Russell McDoweE and Mrs. George Cline. BIG CALIFORNIA SACRAMENTO, (UPI) —California is not only the nation 's most populous state. With 18 million people, it also is more populous than about 100 of thp world's nations, according to the state planning office. formerly with the Marquis de Quevas' Grant Ballet, Balanchine's New York City Ballet and the American Ballet Theatre. She is Pacific Ballet Theatre's prima ballerina. Miss Norman has been a soloist with the San Francisco Ballet Company and a featured dancer in many Greek Theatre and Civic Light Opera performances in Los Angeles. Others in the cast are Bruce Bain and Rieardo AbeUan, both veterans of numerous appearances in South and Central America, Penelope Lagios from the Ballet de Cuba and who will be remembered by many Redlands Bowl-goers for her brilliant performances as a young artist with the San Francisco Ballet Celeste, and Robert Estner and Yuri Smaltzoff from the San Francisco Ballet Company. Tickets for the Redlands program are available at The Harris Company and at the box office on the day of performance. Chicago Orchestra Affirms Rating As One Of Country's Finest cordially invite yon to view their complete line of Wedding Stationery 208 East State Redlands, California Bridal Registry The concert by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in Swing Auditorium on the National Orange Show Grounds last evening marked the second time within the year that one of the nation's top musical organizations had visited the Inland Empire. Rheims" Overture, polished to perfection. The well-disciplined authority attained by Mr. Mar- tinon was immediately established in this graceful, lyrical, typically Rossini score. Symphony No. 3 by Albert Roussel (1869-1937), a former composition professor of Martin- Last September 16, the Phil- on's at the National Conserva- adclphia Orchestra, under Eu-jtory in Paris, was performed gene Ormandy, was presented under auspices of the San Ber witli dedication and careful coloring—its tapestry of extended nardino Sun Telegram which also | themes and contrasting rhythms sponsored the Chicago tour|the product of a master crafts- engagment. Unfortunately, the number of music-lovers who would be expected to support an attraction of this calibre failed to materialize last evening and the huge auditorium was only about one-third occupied. It proved, however, to be an almost exemplary audience—quiet and completely absorbed in the music. Jean Martinon, who just a little over a year ago assumed duties as the Chicago Orchestra's music director after the death of its beloved Fritz Reiner, was on the podium last evening. His gifted handling of the musical unit has won admiration and approval of audiences and critics during his early tenure and the fact that this acclaim is deserved was evidenced by last evening's performance, the first of the or-i chestra's west coast tour en-] gagements. j The program opened with! Rossini's sparkling "Journey toj TRYOUTS i HOLLYWOOD (UPI)—In a pe-j riod of 24 hours Electronovision! went through three actresses in the role of Jean Harlow's mother—Judy Garland, Eleanor Parker and finally Ginger Rogers who will be seen in the final production. man with both the inspiration of the heart and the technical knowledge to express it. It was in the playing of the Beethoven "Eroica" Symphony that the accoustical deficiencies of the great auditorium were particularly felt. It was at this time that tlie eloquence, the great eruption of full orchestra, the finesse of the woodwind and horn expressions lost impact by being muffled in the massive stage hangings. One could sense, rather than fully appreciate by hearing, the sublime orchestral colorings that were being pro duced. His admiring audience gave Mr. Martinon a standing ovation which he shared with his musicians. MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MATTRESSES Free Pick-Up and Delivery Free Estimates BANNER Mattress & Upholstery Co. 122 CAJON PY 3-5851 SERVING THE REDLANDS AREA FOR 17 YEARS KEN WILKINSON - Owner Save! Save! Save! the big Mercury-Comet Leadership Days Celebration Sale Your Deal! Your Terms! on any 1965 Comet or Mercury NOW JIM GLAZE. INC. 420 WEST REDLANDS BLVD. REDLANDS OOB SIXTIETH TCJEAR ^(iPT^^HlllliDl Authorized Factory Discount Sale Close-Out on All 1964 Hoover Clearrers, Polishers, Floor Washers, Irons, Hand Cleaners & Hair Dryers Hoover Deluxe Canister Complete With All Attachments! Model 2001 The only 7-lb. cleaner that will pick up 5 lbs. of dirt! Hoover Lark Model 8221 4 Temperoture Settings — Whisper-quiet Travel case design. Harris' Low, Low Price! 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