Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 19, 1965 · Page 27
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 27

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, May 19, 1965
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6 - Wed., May 19, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts YELLOWSTONE NATIVES - Facing in all directions, so as not to miss a single tourist, this black bear quartet greet visitors in Yellowstone National Park. This mother bear has her three cub bears squatting on the Grand Loop Highway near Roosevelt Lodge. These comical panhandlers amuse Yellowstone tourists as they beg from car-to-car. Park Rangers, however, prohibit feeding of any wildlife. CUPPED HEEL UP ARCH . MOLDED SOLE D-'Scholls ARCH-LIFT® SANDALS SANDALS . nO ?r. 9 - 5:30 SHOES 35157 Yucaipa Blvd. YUCAIPA Tues. Through Sat. 797-1913 Montana de Oro California state paric opens SACRAMENTO — The State Division of Beaches and Parks has just opened to day-time public access "by persons on foot or horseback" the roads, trails and streams of the upland area of newly dedicated Montana de Oro State Park, on the San Luis Obispo County coast. State Parks and Recreation Director Fred L. Jones, while emphasizing that for the time being no vehicle may be used east of the main access road, aoted that the new order will permit hiking and riding throughout virtually all o£ the 4,485-acre park. "Although we have just acquired this land, and funds for the development of permanent facilities they won't be available to use until 1967, we don't want to delay the pubhc's enjoyment of the beauty and recreation Montana de Oro has to offer," Jones said. "If people want to go exploring up Islay Creek or Coon Creek, or hike the existing upland roads and trails, we're all for them." Purchased by the state at a cost of $2.6 million and formally dedicated as a state park less than a week ago, Montana de Oro fronts the ocean south of Morro Bay. Ultimate development plans call for nearly 2,000 family camping units, 12 group camps for another 1,200 people, 250 family picnic units. 14 North 7th St. Redlands (acroM from Security Bank) KEN WILKINSON - Owner NATURE'S GRANDEUR - The 308-foot plung e of the Upper Falls of the Yellowstone River attracts two admirers. This wonder in Yellowstone National Park is more than twice the height of Niagra Falls. The completion of Chittendon Memorial Bridge across the Yellowstone River allows park tourists to view the inspiring Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River from the South Rim. Keep spruced up The fewer -clothes you pack for a trip, the less aggravating things will be. You'll have to juggle less luggage and have less work keeping things neat and clean. On a long car trip, you may want to keep soiled clothes in a box in the trunk until you find a laundromat. With numerous overnight stops, you also will want to wash underthings and keep dresses and suits pi-essed. If you are in a humid climate, shorten drying time by rolling laundry in bath towels to remove as much moisture as possible. An old trick is to steam- freshen dresses and suits in -the bathroom. Turn on al! hot water faucets and close the door for a brief period. Let garments dry and air before packing. Action galore May through September on famous Route 66 on your BE PREPARED for the Unexpecfed/ Always Carry Reliable Johnson & Johnson products United Press International More things will be happening for the traveler along famed U.S. Route 66 from May through September this year than can ever be seen on television reruns at home. Road rallies, yacht regattas, Indian rain dances, rodeos, fiestas, outdoor art shows and the Las Vegas Helldorado are just a few of the events awaiting motorists traveling the East- West artery between Los Angeles and St. Louis. Take the "All-Indian Pow- Wow," Flagstaff, Ariz.; the National Burro Derby, Big Bear Lake; the "Last Escape of Billy the Kid" pageant, Albuquerque, N.M,, and Arizona's Navajo Tribal Fair. These are some candidates for the summer's most colorful events suggested by travel authority Lester B. Dill, director of Meramec Caverns on U.S. 66 at Stanton, Mo., onetime hideout of Jesse James. Holiday %pecm\ Offer . . . Johnson & Johnson First Aid Kit (IF RETURNED, UNUSED AT THE END OF VACATION, WE WILL RETURN YOUR FULL PAYMENT) FIRST ASD TRAVEL KIT • f Kery Cor, Boat, Cmp or Horn Should Have One • COMPACT KIT R:eg. $L50 • TRAVEL KIT Reg. $2.95 • AUTO KIT Reg. $3.95 $130 $£55 $375 (while supply lasts) MARINE KIT $6.95 • SPORTSMAN KIT $7.25 • EMERGENCY KIT $7.50 CARRY JOHNSON & JOHNSON SNAKE BITE KIT TOO! A MUST for Campers, Hikers, Fishermen, Hunters, Motorists and Outdoor Workers SNAKEBITE KIT CONTENTS * Sucfion Device * Tourniquet' * Incision Surgical Blade • Antiseptic Swab ONLY $2« WINN'SoRUG STORE; Corner Colton and Orange 793-2804 Daily 8-9 Sunday 9-5 FREE Prescription Delivery in Redlands — ALSO Mentone if phoned before 4 p. m Free Gift Wrapping S. 8iH. Green Stamps Free Parking .old timers' parades, and famed • "fast-draw" contests. June — National Burro Derby, Big Bear Lake, where about 100 pack burros are pushed by competing wranglers from valley to mile-high lake. San Pedro's Day Dances at Isleta and Santo Domingo Pueblos near Albuquerque, a spectacle of Indian cere monial dances, and colorful Rooster Pull. July — Southwest All-Indian Pow-Wow, a three-day Indian en campment o£ most Western tribes, with parades and ceremonial dances and famed Hopi krts and Crafts show and sale, at Flagstaff July 4th weekend. Range Riders Rodeo, Armarillo, Texas, around July 4th. 01 d Town Spanish Fiesta, Las Vegas. Nevajo Tribal Fair, a rodeo by Navajos, Hopi and Zuni Indians with riding at ceremonial dances in Navajo Reservation, near Gallup, N.M. Motorboat races. Lake Mead, Nevada-Arizona. ,. ^ , , , „. September — Year's biggest "fu'L^ lu„°J „,'tr,uf"p! Spanish Days celebration is the „„ „ g^^^^ Fiesta, around Labor by the month on or directly off Route 66: May — Fiesta of San Felipe de Neri, "Spanish lace, tacos and tambourines" in a gay salute to Spanish Territorial days from the religious heritage in Old Town Plaza. Albuquerque. Las Vegas' "Helldorado," a week-long recreation of frontier days, with rodeo, cowboys and Day. Tri-State Fair (Okla., Te.\., N.M.) at Amarillo. Fiesta and cermonial races, Jicarillo Apache Reservation, .south of Route 66, New Mexico. Oklahoma State Fair and Exposition, Oklahoma City. 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