Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 21, 1965 · Page 6
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 6

Redlands, California
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Friday, May 21, 1965
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6 - Friday, May 21, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts At special convocation Cady by , Sanderson honored student groups at UR Two UnivDTsity of Retilands faculty members were recognized by student groups at an honors convocation tliis week for tlieir outstanding contributions in the classroom and to the entire academic community. Honored were Dr. George Cady, to whom the 1965 yearbook, the LaLatra, is dedicated, and Dr. Judson Sanderson, recipient o£ the Mortar Board faculty recognition award. Dr. Cady, professor of cco- noinics, retires this June after 16 years of teaching at the University. Dr. Sanderson, wlio came to Redlands nine years ago, is professor of mathematics. Dr. Cady will not leave the teaching profession entirely, for he will go to the University of California at Riverside in September as a visiting professor of economics. He will take over DR. GEORGE CADY DR. JUDSON SANDERSON Fish, Game group seeks camp cleanup volunteers Redlands Fish and Game Conservation Association is accepting volunteers for a camp ground cleanup expedition to Slide Lake on Sunday. Frank Adams, club spokesman, reported that 20 people have signed up for the work party. The local fish and game club established the Slide Lake camp, which is located in the San Bernardino mountains ap pro.ximately two airline miles northwest of Camp Angelus. Club members plan to clean up the camp grounds, repair stoves and reslroom facilities and to carry out accumulated .rash. A hamburger fry will high light the noon hour rest period. Adams reported that the U.S. Forest Service will provide the seniors set June 14 as honor day necessary tools for the work. The work party is scheduled to meet at 9 a.m. at the Redlands School Bus Barn at East Citrus and University street. Persons interested in joining the parly may contact Adams by telephoning 793-1464 or Ross Mossman at Phoenix Motor Parts. BSD officers honored on retirement Brig. Gen. John L. McCoy officiated at a retirement ceremony at the Ballistic Systems Division recently in the absence of BSD's commander. Brig. Gen. Harry J. Sands, Jr. Six Lt. Colonels, all with extensive exper ience and solid backgrounds reached their mandatory retirement date. Senior Honor Day will be on! '"'"'''l f^"'""""' Monday, June 14, according to |0 ^°'"e 0. Wright, who received Redlands Plaza construction Doosts economy by $750,000 Con.struction of Redlands Plaza .*ipril 30. Since last September. j to the start of May. has put over three-quarters of a there have been an average of These include N. J. Desroch- million dollars into the greater;25 carpenters employed daily,lers, lath and plaster; Mel Den- Redlands economic picture since!plus 10 to 12 plumbers and aninett Electric Co.: Hansen the middle of last year, it was;equal number of electricians,! P I u m b i n g & Heating Co., announced by James L. Harter,' on the daily payrolls. I plumbing and piping: Imperial Redlands branch manager for; In the immediate city, t h e Glass Co., store front.s, United States National Bank, t total outlay has been S443,690 in and metal work: Matich Corp., Expenditures for the U.S. Na- purchases from local contrac-isite work; Ken Newby Co., nia- tional Bank project to help re-1 tor-;, h'ljlriers nnd supplies. jsonry; Arrowhead Engineering, vitalize the city's "commercial; Redlands firms which bene-!civil engineering; Whittakcr core" have been for labor, equip- filed from contracts include Electric Co., electrical engineer- ment and supplies to date.; Robert Van Roekel and Associ- ing. Harter estimates well over $100,-!ales, designing; Tri - City Con- 000 more will be spent before crete Co.; Sunset Contractors, The gross total figure for Redlands Plaza construction ex- the opening of Redlands Plaza, Inc., marble and ceramic tile; i penditures in the greater Redlands area is 5775,272 for the past eight months. This has amounted to an average monthly benefit of $96,909 to the community. June 10. [Fletcher Planing Mill, mill "The entire sum has been in-'work; Lee Roofing Co.; Huis- vested in the region," Harter ken's Sheet Metal; Tharaldson, said, "because it is U.S. Nation-' Mathewson, Argabright & Doby, al's policy to employ local pipe engineering; A. S. Hubbs, workmen and local suppliers demolition; R. P. Duff Co., e.x- wherever feasible. It is both an cavation. The latter two corn- investment in the local economy, panics, while not immediately in as well as a declaration of faith Redlands, employed Redlands MANILA (UPI) — Employes in the community." j labor and equipment in the jobs, of a Manila funeral home went Chief expenditure in the cityj Other firms in the greater | on strike Thursday because of Redlands alone has been' Redlands area have received i "working conditions inside were $179,832 for labor payrolls as of contracts amounting to $331,582 not fit lor the living." DEAD CONDITIONS In its salute to Dr. Cady, thejenough for 'this years g special Redlands Hi"h school'^'"^ Commendation Medal dur- _:raduate seminar in price!.^,(,a,.|,ook said the professor's!classes.' " I news bulletin issued t'o all se-j''^" ceremony; Lt. Colonel analysis and a course in Ameri-j ^^ students', In/ddition to his classes, Dr..„io,, The day's activities wiu ;Waltcr J. Meyer Jr who re- can economic history. ^^^J^ J^^^^^^ ^ ^Sanderson is consultant on math-; inj.,^,^^ ^ ^ the Uni-!'-''^'^'ed the third Oak Leaf Clust- A favorite personaUty on cam-l^ith problems or those with spe-|e,„jtij.s to the Yucaipa Unified!^' pus. Dr. Cady is an author asjcial interests. on the basis of two A graduate of the University I T'ck^'f ^^ent on sale today| ^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^- ^.^ ^.^ J Encyclopedia Britan-lcriteria: academic excellence inlof Illinois, where he earned his!a"'' '^^^^/^""""uLt '"chairma^ a" Air Force Commenda-' well as educator. He has published two books and in 1953 wrote the article on economicsjaward tor t li c nica. He is serving this year as president of the Western Economics Assn. Dr. Cady came to Redlands in 1949 from Northwestern University, where he had been an associate professor of eenomics. He also had earned his Ph.D. from Northwestern. Prior to returning to teaching, he spent l«o years as a fiscal analyst for the Bureau of the Budget. Mortar Board selects the re- i versa! City Movie Studios in Hol­ er to his .Air Force Commenda- jSchool District and^a coUabor-; j^^^^^^, ^ „f three^ii°'\.M,^dal; U. Colonel Stewart ator on a forthcoming textbook cipicnl of its annual lacultyjon the new math. outstanding movies to attend. G. Walz. received an Air Force Commendation Medal. In citing Dr. Sanderson's inspiration to students. Mortar Board said, "He is able to engender enthusiasm because he is enthusiastic about his subject. His students have noted with satisfaction that 'last year's notes' are never quite good Field, Ohio, prior to coming to Redlands in 1956. His experience, in addition to teaching at Ohio State University and Tulane 'University, includes a year in guided missile work at the University of Michigan Research Center. together or separately. The choice of movies will include, "The Greatest Story Ever Told," "Lord Jim", and "The Sound of Music". Transportation will be privided on school buses with seniors providing their own dinner after the studio tour. Simms M. Spears, First Oak Leaf Cluster to his Air Force Commendation Medal. Major Bruce Davis acted as Gen. McCoy's aide at the ceremony. 1st Lt. William G. Ellis read the citation and orders. Flagman hit by trucic near Angelus Oaks A division of highways maintenance foreman, acting as a flagman in a road construction area, was struck by a panel truck and seriously injured yesterday on Highway 38 just east of Camp Angelus. The California Highway Patrol said the victim, Dana A. Yates, 53. of Angelus Oaks, was hit by the truck about 3:10 p.m. while flagging down traffic near a "blind curve" on the highway. ' Yates was taken by ambulance to Redlands Community Hospital, where he was treated for scalp and neck lacerations and then transferred to Yucaipa Hospital. Officers said Richard A. Erickson, 27, of Riverside, drive of the truck, was upbound and had just rounded a curve in the highway construction zone when the accident occurred. AID TO HOSPITAl — B e H y Arnold, secretary of Sage's Employes' Community Aid ond Rememberance club hands a check for $500 to Edward L. Jury, Redlands Hospital administrator, for the hospital $500,000 expansion fund. Sage's emphyes group gives $5Q0 to hospital James Anderson, left, and Joseph Moore, president of the club, joined in making the presentation. This is one of $4,155 in donations the Sage's club has made to Redlands organizations. Quality Since ! "1925" ROOFING 3UnSet Conlractors, Inc. 700 New York St., Hedlands Phone 793-3234 Free Estimates — Bank Termi Sage's Employes' Communityj Aid and Rememberance club this week presented a S500 check to Redlands Communityl Hospital expansion fund. j This is one of several contri-! 'outions the Sage's club has! made to Redlands agencies this year. The club has distributed a total of i-\.\j5 to such agencies as Redlands Community Chest. American Cancer Society. American Red Crc'^s, Cily ofi Hope. Heart Association. Infantile Paralysis. "This is a volunteer organization of Sage's employes who^ understand and feel a direct re-, sponsibility toward improvement and aid in the community in which they work," James Anderson, president of the club said. Policy Committee representatives from Sage's Redlands, are Jlr. .Anderson. Deli Dept., and Betty .Arnold, secretary. Sage's employes have contri-! butcd and distributed through their Community Aid and Re­ memberance club a total of S27,- 428 in the four communities served by Sage's Complete Shop­ pings in Redlands. Riverside, San Bernardino and Rialto. Man iniured on moi'orcycle Duane L. Johnson, 32, of Mentone, was injured last night when thrown from his motorcycle after he swerved to avoid striking a dog on Ward way north of SUger road, the California Highway Patrol reported. Officers said Johnson, of 2603 Zanja View, was treated at Community Hospital for moderate injures. The dog wiiich darted into the path of his motorcycle was struck and slightly injured. The accident occurred at 7:15 p.m. SELL IT TOMORROW With low • cost Classified Ads to give Selma talk tomorrow A nun of the Benedictine Or-^ der who took part in the now-j famous civil rights march from; Seima to Montgomery, Ala., wiUl speak in Redlands tomorrow! evening at 7:30 in the First Bap-I tist church chapel, Cajon street and Olive avenue. [ She is Sister Helen, now on! leave from her college in the east and teaching philosophy at! Immuculate Heart College in Hollywood. Her Redlands appearance is sponsored by the! Human Relations Council and; she will be introduced by Philj Dreyer of San Bernardino. Sister Helen will be acconi-! panied by Sister Catherine John who worked last summer in the south on the voter registration! project. During her talk, which will primarily deal with experiencesi of the Selma march. Sister Helen will also explain Dr. Martin Luther King's plans for students to take part in a Freedom Corps project in the South this summer. For y^our Enterfainmenf ADULT Every Friday & Saturday Nighfs ~ 9 p.m to 7;30 o.m. - This Week-end - DON HEADLEY Featuring: "The Hamiltons" (Formerly at Jhe San Franciscan) Empire Bowl Lounge 840 W. Colton Ave. Dial 792-8527 AIRPLANE RIDE DRAWING TO BE HELD EVERY SAT. AT 8 P.M. Enjoy one of SHAKEY'S 21 different kinds of PIZZA and ask for your free ticket. Winner will be entitled to a FREE Airplane Ride piloted by Bud Smith of Redlands Air Service, Redlands Municipal Airport. Following your Airplone Ride you will be treated to a Free Pizza of your Choice at SHAKEY'S. Redlands Air Service Redlands Municipal Airport 794-2737 SHAKEY'S PIZZA PARLOR 836 West Colfon Ave. 793-2351 iM /(fy'S • w FrigidaireWeek SPECIAL! 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