Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 21, 1965 · Page 4
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Redlands, California
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Friday, May 21, 1965
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4 - FrMay, May 21, Ht5 Redlands Dmly facts For all National Parks, Forests Forest Service initiates new admission sticker A nationwide recreation-conservation sticker authorizing admittance to aU NaUonal Parks went on sale today at the Mill Creek Kanger station east of Redlands. The $7 sticker was described as "a real bargain" for persons who do a lot of traveling and camping. Don K. Bauer, supervisor of San Bernardino National Forest, announced that the new sticker will allow the driver of a noncommercial auto and his passengers admission to designated Federal recreation areas, cam- grounds and picnic areas for a full year. Purchase of the $7 sticker will be advantageous for most visitors, since it covers all designated national forest areas and all national parks such as Yellowstone and Yosemile. In addition, the sticker is good for all occupants of the car and is good until March 31, 1966. The length of stay at campgrounds will be restricted to 10 or 14 days. The sticker is good for trailers towed by sticker- holding cars. Robert Reese, district ranger for the San Gorgonio Ranger district east of Redlands, emphasized that purchase of the sticker would permit year-round admittance to aU public camping grounds in the Barton Flats area as well as to the other pub- Smokey Says: ,D05 BUENOS AMIGOS PEL 805QUE 1 UNITED IN FOREST FIRE PREVENTION! BARGAIN STICKER — This is the new S7 recreation-conservation sticker which authorizes year around admittance to all National Parks and National Forests. The automobile sticker is white and green in color. lie camp grounds in the San Bernardino National Forest. Purchase of the sticker is optional, however, and daily fees may be paid in lieu of the sticker. These fees are 50-ccnts per person per day for camping and 25-cents per person per day for picnicking. There is no charge for visitors under the age of 16. Proceeds from sale of the stickers will be set aside under the Land and Water Conservation Fund. State and Federal agencies will share revenues, subject to Congressional appropriation procedures. States may use portions of the fund on a matching basis as grants-in-aid for recreational planning, acquisition and development. Federal agencies may use the fund only for the acquisition of recreational areas. An initial supply of 700 of the new white and green sticker is available at the Mill Creek Ranger station on State Highway 38 at the intersection of Bryant avenue. Other U.S. Forest service officers offering the slicker are: San Bernardino Forest Headquarters, 175 W. Fifth street, San Bernardino, and district ranger offices at Lytle Creek. Arrowhead, Big Bear and Idyllwild. Mail orders will be accepted at any of the above-mentioned offices. Those ordering by mail should submit money order, bank draft or cashier's check made payable to "Forest Service, U.S.D.A." Personal checks will not be accepted. The stickers will be honored at designated forest campgrounds iby early June. 1965 Y Circus makes debuf fonighf af 8 After months of preparation, the Great Y Circus is ready to open its 27th edition with the first performance in the YMCA gym tonight at 8 o'clock. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Although the reserved seats are sold out for tonight, there are many general admission seats. There are still reserved seats for the other three performances — Saturday night and May 28 and 29. They are available at the YMCA office. A variety of acrobatic acts drawn from hundreds of boys and girls who participate in Y gym classes and other activities have been prepared for the annual event. The Redlands High School band will provide music. Circus proceeds are used to assist boys and girls who would like to attend Camp Edwards and are also used for the camp building fund. FIRST SOLO — Naval Aviation Cadet William P. Bertsch, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Bertsch of 231 Lido avenue, recently made his first solo flight while undergoing flight instruction with Training Squadron One at the Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Saufley Field, Pensacola, Fla. Pensacola is the headquarters for the Naval Air Basic Training Command. In the more than 50 years of naval aviation, thousands of Navy and Marine pilots have begun their flight training here. Shrine club to hold family show A Shrme club-sponsored family show, featuring singing by the Shrine Chanters, will be held at 8 p.m. June 11 in the Perris Hill Bowl, San Bernardino, it was announced this week. The evening is being sponsored by Redlands and San Bernardino Shrine clubs under the jurisdiction of Al Malaikah Temple. Tickets for the show, which is open to the public, are available at Alder's Pamt Store, 25 E. State street. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. May 21 (UPH — £ggs: prices to retailers f.o.b. to distributor plants (delivered I'i cents higher): AA extra large 37',-:-3n'.-. A extra large 3G'i-38 '2. AA large 29'.i-33l2. A large 27'!-2S'i. B large 23Vi-24',i, AA medium 2S':-28':. A medium 23'a-24'-i. AA small IS'.j- 21'^. A smaU 16"ii-171i.. Prices to consumers: A.\ large 31-50, A large 35-45, AA medium 29-44. A medium 30-42, AA small 34-37, A small 31-34. Poultry: Fryers 17-19, roasters 2125, egg tj-pe hens delivered 4lb-6ib wtd. avg. 5.16, at ranch 3-4 '4 wtd. avg. 3.94; turkeys; iryer roasters 22 ^3, young hens 27. For single charity drive Federal employes mciy Details of a proposed combined charity campaign among military and civilian federal em­ ployes in this area are expected to be worked out at a June meeting at Norton Air Force Base. Tills was learned following an exploratory meeting yesterday between a Norton official and executives of Redlands and San Bernardino fund raising agencies. Lt. Col. Richard Riddle of Redlands, Norton campaign project officer, said the June 2 meeting has been called to set up a plan for a single annual payroll deduction campaign among federal workers. The proposed campaign would be conducted in line with groimd rules laid down recently by John W. Macy, chairman of the U.S. Civil Service Commission. The plan is the first ever authorized for payroll deduction charity contributions from federal employes. It probably would be held at Norton as well as other federal employers in the area such as the Post Office, the social security administration, the Federal Housing Authority and others, said Riddle. Federal officials are recom- 123 Caion Street 7 \^ REDLANDS I Weekdays Shown at 7 & 10 P.M. Sat. and Sun. Shown 2:39, «:01, 9:23 STANLEY!(ilAMER"|T'SA """"MAD, iiijiiA MAD, MAD, FANWSION* u>n' tECHNICOlOr "J*" „ iiffDAitTisis WORLD Valley Prep to hold open house Sunday Valley Preparatory school will hold an Open House Sunday from 3 to 5 o'clock, it was reported today. The school is at 1515 Ford street. There will be an exhibition of the children's work, and teachers will discuss school methods and answer questions about the curriculum. A special program, presented by the children, is planned for 3:45. Mrs. Bridgette Judd. the German teacher, will lead the kindergarten class in songs and a dance from "Hansel and Gretel." Mrs. Mary Jane .^uerbacher will conduct the choral group in three selections: "Come, Let Us the Bagpipe.s Sound", Bach; "Contemplation," Beethoven: and "Wlien E'er a Noble Deed Is Wrought," Old Canon. Accompaniment will be by iMrs. Beryl Palmer. The drama group will present a one-act play, taken from "The Madwoman of Chaillot" by Jean Giraudoux. directed by Miss Evelyn Preston. The school invites those who are unfamiliar with what it provides to visit and to gain firsthand information about this individualized form of education. Everyone is welcome. I mending adoption of the com- |bincd campaign plan by local [fund-raising agencies, but the I agencies have the option of declining. The only hitch is that j separate campaigns, as conducted in the past, or even a combined drive that does not adhere to the ground rules, cannot use payroll deductions. Riddle said lie will invite local federal employers and represen tatives of agencies in Redlands, San Bernardino, Ontario, Riverside and Fontana to the meeting next month. "We anticipate that from that meeting we will estabhsh a working group to begin framing the details of the combined campaign plan," said Riddle. "We will try to identify the obvious things that need to be resolved between the agencies such as the ratios for dividing the funds and the administration of the actual campaign," he explained. He added that the federal agencies also will have to devise a plan for deductions, pledges and other details. He added that officials are proceeding with the plans because the fall community fund drives are rapidly approaching. But a final decision whether to participate in the program will be up to the local agencies. The combined federal campaign plan was tested in six cities last year with a resultant total increase in contributions between 20 and 125 per cent from government employes. Local fund-raising officials have expressed the hope that such a plan at Norton would help counteract the expected dropoff in contributions caused by the phaseout of the San Bernardino Air Materiel Area and other operations at the base. Last year, more than $100,000 was contributed by Norton personnel in separate campaigns conducted by various agencies. Nevertheless, fund-raisers in many cities, including two of the test locations, have objected to the plan because of its stipulation that contributions designated for a specific cause will go to the cause over and above its allocation of undesignated funds. Agencies such as the Commu nity Chest and the United Fund fear they will get little desig- inated funds because they are not a well-known "cause" such as heart disease or cancer. r PACIFIC DRIVE-IN THEATRiS^ Show at Dusk all t5rive-lns BASELINE DRIVE-tN 3f5' Ba.r Lf-ie — Hiotiland frw>-. Lot -V''":'' -P" -Jj*;-6Mfi NEW CREST THEATRE 5th & "E" Sfs. San Bdno. Cent. 12:30 - TU 8-4247 • Now Playing — Both Theatres • Sean Connery as James Bond "GOLDFINGER" — In Color Co-Hit! "The Ceremony" TRi-CITY DRIVE'iri, Mnj .1} Bet. Colton and Rcdlnnd; fiwj. E*.t ••Luma Linda*'—Ph. 79fi-0rr: Fox California Theatre 562 W. 4th St., San Bdno. Cont. 2 P. M. - TU 92678 • Now Playing — Both Theatres • Cliff Robertson — Jack Hawkins "MASQUERADE" - Both In Color Co-Hitl "Sergeants Three" / AN.lRVWElNHiUJ5PP0DUCTION •- w FRIDAY, MAY ft 8 :00 & 10:30 ^ NATION'S TOP ,U RECORDING STARS ^ SONNY & CHER MICKEY fiOONEY JR. ^ BILLY JO BURNETT MARY SAENZ ^ THE VELVETS ITTHE SHINDIG '65 DANCERS )^THE SHINDIG 'E5 BAND RoyALTXfffffATr: FOR RESERVATIONS . NA 3-8487 VU 4-4610 . TICKETS 2.00-2.50-3.00-3.50 • Combined school orchestras to give program Orchestra students, representing Redlands Senior High and three junior high schools, will present a combined program in the Clock Auditorium tomorrow afternoon at four o'clock. A\so featured, will be musical numbers by a combined band from the three junior high schools, totaling 140 students. Teachers directing the program are Fred Waitz, representing the Senior High School orchestra and Cope Junior High instrumental groups; C. Alen Ritchie of Redlands Junior High and John VV. Lasher, Clement Junior High. Orchestral numbers to be played will include Cowboy Rhapsody, Matesky; Adasio and Allegro, Covelli; Dixie Showboat, Jurey; March in G, Purcell; Farandole, Bizet (high school only). Numbers to be played by the combined bands will include Triumphal March from "Peter the Vfoll", Tchaikovsky; Sky Pilot,' Cannan; Navy Hymn, Dykes; Pirate of Penzance, Sullivan; God of Our Fathers, war- "GOOD, BUT NOT ENOUGH" - Conanl Halsey, left, chairman of the board of Redlands Community Music Association; ways and means committee members John Pike, standing, and Joseph Enarson total up "cosh on hand" for the Redlands Bowl's summer season. The committee met last evening at the Pike home ct which time Franklin Postie, fund drive chairman, announced receipt of $12,488 to date. This represents 59 patron gifts, 135 sponsorships and 565 members who have responded to their appeal so far. $4,500 of this amount came from out-of-town contributors, Mr. Pike reported. "We're deeply grateful for this support," says Mr. Halsey, "and we only hope that the many others who have not yet sent in their membership contributions will do so very soon to help us in our problems of fiijancing the wonderful season soon to start." (Daily Facts photo) Schools to hold kindergarten signup June 4 Parents in the Redlands, Jlis- sion and Fallsvale school districts may register their children on June 4 for the kindergarten session beginning this fall, school officials have announced. Law requires that children entering kindergarten this September must be five years old on or before Dec. 2 of this year. In addition parents must bring along a birth certificate or other valid proof of age. Parents must also provide proof of polio immunization or a signed certificate indicating immunization is contrary to be- Uef. If polio immunization is not complete, parents must show proof that a Salk or Sabin immunization series has been started. The child must live in t b e area boundary of the school m which he is being registered. Officials also explained that children will be admitted to kindergarten on a first-come-firsl- served basis as they are registered. When the kindergarten capacity of a school is reached, the additional children will be placed on a priority waiting list. If space is stiU not available in the fall, the child may have to attend another school. A relative or friend of the family may register the youngster, unless he is registering his own child. The child does not need to be present to ba enrolled. Kindergarten registration in the Mission, Victoria and Falls- vale school will be conducted at the same time as in Redlands because they will become a part of the Redlands district on July 1. CAST ADDITION HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Hugh Griffith, best supporting Oscar winner in 1959, has been added to the. cast of "Oh, Dad, Poor Dad etc." ren; Hail to the Chief, Sanderson; Hail Columbia, Phile. The public is cordially invited to attend this concert. There will be no admission charge. Two from IG to investigate B 58 crash Two members of the Deputy Inspector General's flight safety division at Norton Air Force Base will fly to Little Rock, Ark., Sunday to help investigate the fatal crash of a B58 Hustler bomber. The $10.5 million aircraft crashed and burned early yesterday on landing at Little Rock Air Force Base. One crewman was killed and the other two in- I jurcd. The investigators from Norton will be Lt. Col. Ian D. Rothwell and Maj. Samuel R. Smith, according to a spokesman. Their job will be to assist a Strategic Air Command team in the probe of the crash, the spokesman explained. Sage's Copper Cupboard Special Fresh Baked, Delicout STRAWBERRY PIE $149 Plus Pie Plate Deposit SATURDAY ONLYI SAGE'S REDLANDS Hurry... Only ore Days of our gigantic MAY SALE Le SABRE WJLDCAT ELECTRA 225 SPECIAL RIVIERA Don't Wait too Long... pick ouf your favorite 1965 BUICK They're going fast at our low "BUY NOW" PRICES Wouldn't You Really Rather Have a Buick? BERT S. HATFIELD The Big Buick Block - Redlands Blvd. from 7th to 8th Phone 793-3238 Redlands

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