Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 19, 1965 · Page 28
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 28

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Caswell state park to attract thousands The sweet wonderful smell of new mown alfalfa on a warm summer evening will be enjoyed by thousands of city folk this year — unless the country folk beat them in getting to Caswell Memorial State Park. I/)cated on the banks of the Stanislaus River, a few miles from either Ripon or Manteca, this 258 acre park preserves within its boundaries the rich, lush flora which is (or was) so typical of the banks along the great rivers of the Central Valley. It also has an Oak Forest rivalling the storied land of Sherwood Forest; yet, it is surrounded by agricultural land, highly developed, highly interesting. for a happier Vacation ... Passport Cases Travel Books ... and other imporfanf vacation needs FREE PARKING AT REAR OF STORE DOWNTOWN REDLANDS — 208 EAST STATE Redlands Daily Facts Wed., May 19, 1965 ^FOR HAPPY ©sew , . , . around our country — or around the world! GO BY You'll always find the finest in travel service. We invite your telephone call or your visit to our conveniently located office where there's plenty of free parking space. No Service Charge — Ever! CLEM LAU CLEM LAU 298 E. CITRUS RVICE LAURA CREATURA Phone 793-2555 REDLANDS Summer Time Is Outdoor Living Time Feafttiing LORAN® NIGHTSCAPING Proper Lighting Effects Will Mak« Living Outdoors "Real Living" CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATES HOME ELECTRIC 296 East Citrus Redlands Phone 792-6666 Vocation Time STORE WINTER CLOTHES NOWI Just Phone 793-5954 For Prompt, Personal Service on Dry Cleaning and Laundry Work M CLEANERS 1 14 East Vine St. FANTASY IN THE SKY - Throughout the summer Disneyland stages a nightly fireworks display over Sleeping Beauty's Castle beginning v/ith the flight of Tinker Bell. Through the Castle archway can be seen the lights of King Arthur's Carousel and Fantasyland, one of Disneyland's four happy lands of adventure and imagination. Disneyland slates special nighttime entertainment Disneyland will roll out a summer-long parade of big bands, recording stars, folk favorites and special entertainment for a music-filled Tencennial Summer beginning in June. Climaxing a fabulous decade of growth in its After-Dark music, the Park will present the big bands of Si Zentner, Stan Kenton, Wayne King, Harry James, Duke Ellington, Woody Herman, Tex Beneke and their bands, each playing for eight PLANNING maybe you haven't gone so far as to consider outer-space this time, but wher­ ever your travel takes you . . . remember it's wise to carry TRIP INSURANCE ... for so little expenditure-T-you and your family •'•* ' " can enjoy so much protection . . . from sickness or injury ... for your personal effects. STOP IN TODAY, WE'LL BE GLAD TO HELP YOU WITH YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis. Inc. Insurance Agents and Brokers 204 E. State St., Redlands 793-2373 nights to fill the entire summer. Top folk artists will hold forth every Monday night in a return of popular Disneyland Hootenan- oies. Teen-age recording favorites will perform each Tuesday night in the new "Disneyland Humdinger" variety show. Such Disneyland favorites as Bill ElUott and the Date Niters, the Clara Ward Singers, Kay Bell and the Humdingers, the Yachtsmen Quartet, the Royal Tahitians, the Young Men from New Orleans and the Firehouse Five-Plus-Two will be performing at locations throughout the park regularly during the summer. And there will be 85 nights of "Fantasy in the Sky" with Tin ker Bell's flight over Sleeping Beauty's Castle igniting a spec tacular fireworks display each night at nine o'clock beginning June 19. As a smashing finale to the season, Louis Armstrong will again star in "Dixieland at Disneyland" in late September. Disneyland will preview its summer After-Dark program on the Memorial Day week-end with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra featuring Frank Sinatra Jr., the Pied Pipers and Helen Forrest. They will play for dancing and listenmg on May 29 and 30 with other special entertainment throughout the Park. The "Magic Kingdom" will open its full summer season with the swinging Si Zentner Band June 19 through June 26. From June 19 through September 11, Disneyland will be open every day from 9 a.m. to midnight and on Friday and Saturday nights until 1 a.m. Following the Zentner appear(Continued on Page 12) for the VACATION of a Ufeiime SEE ffie G.E. line of TELEVISION PLAY-ANYWHERE" TV ALL-TRANSISTOR PORTABLE Model TR »03A SAVINGS At QurDW^ Drug Sfore Thursday - Friday - Saturday Only 20ro OFF" - SALE LOTJON for TAKKIKG Sea and Ski SUNTAN CREAM # Wide Selection of SUNGLASSES — ncE $149.90 VALUE SET OF rRCE ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA r> D A \Ul KJ^L PLUS - A World Atlas DKAVYINO and a 7-Language Dictionary REGISTER IN OUR STORE - DRAWING MAY 29 DEDLANDS DEXALL DRUGS'X 1 East State Downtown Redlands "TAKE THE SHOW WHEREVER YOU GO!" Of course you'll take the children along with you on your vacation! Proof of a QUIET, RELAXING trip Is given by those VKho have taken G.E.'s All- Transistor Portable TV with them in the car, attached where the children can watch their favorite show while Pop and Mom are driving. Test drive with one before your next trip. Model TR 803A Only $|60 w «5 ^f^^f' small down payment WEEK PARK "N SHOP VALIDATION Fumftw* Color TV Houseware* Hardware* ' Appliance! -5,1 f$- 19 East Citnn g Downtown Redlands PY 3-3279

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