Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 22, 1965 · Page 4
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Redlands, California
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Saturday, May 22, 1965
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4 -Saturday, May 22, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts WINNERS — This foursome tied for first in the annual women's member-guest invitational golf tournament yesterday at Redlands Country club- From left, Mrs. Robert Baker, Redlands, Mrs. Ed Conly, Glendora, Mrs. Robert Scholton, Redlands, Mrs. John Babbage, Victoria. (Daily Facts photo by Clifford Kenison) Gen. Mitchell To Be SSA Dinner Speaker Space Secretaries Association will have as guest .speaker at ttieir 1965 Installation Dinner next Wednesday the general manager of the San Bernardino Chamber of Commerce, General Clyde Mitchell USAF (Ret). General Mitchell is well known to both the military and aerospace industry since he was Commander of the San Bernardino Air Materiel Area (SBA- M.A). Air Force Logistics Command, Norton AFB, prior to his appointment as manager of the Chamber. This occasion will represent a significant milestone in the growth of the SSA in that it is a manifestation of recognition by those responsible for advancing the business interests of the community. 108 players compete Two foursomes tie for first in women's golf Jr. Clubwomen Sponsor Tea May baskets filled with candies and balloons were presented j to the young daughters who ac-j companied their mothers to thoj recent Mother-Daughter Tea sponsored by .lunior Chibwomcn of the Contemporary club. The annual affair was at the home of Mrs. Arthur Smith 1212 Caballero Lane. Attending were Mrs. Earl B. Anderson with Charlou and Karen, Mrs. Goerge R. RoberLs and Renae Smith, Mrs. Kenneth R. King and Tami. Mrs. Richard Milliman and Valerie, Mrs. H. Don Goodrich and Julie and Polly. Mrs. Jack E. Patrick and Cindy, Mrs. Laurence K. Wormser and Carolyn, iMrs. Walter R. Mook and Pamie, Mrs. William S. Young with Wendi and Leslie, Mrs. James H. Nabers and Connie, Mrs. Charles E. Juran and Melanie. Mrs. Carl G. Murano with Caryn and Cynthia, Mrs. Philip Toralinson and Suzan and Melinda, Mrs. Stephen P. Stockton and Shelli, Mrs. Robert Williams with Jane, Suzanne and Michelle and Mrs. Smith, Kalhy, Cindy and Sherri. UR CHAMBER ORCHESTRA SLATES OPEN REHEARSAL A novel and interesting ex- 1 perience for Redlands chamber, music enthusiasts will be afford- j ed tomorrow when the Univer-j sity of Redlands Chamber Or-; chestra holds open rehearsal.! Haydn's "Symphony No. 101 j ("The Clock") will be conducted! by members of the conducting; class of Rudolph Picardi. Thej orchestra was formed and is directed by John Golz, also of the school of music faculty. The public is invited to attend the open rehearsal, which begins at 5 p.m. in Watchorn HaU. Two foursomes with net scores of 130 tied for first in the Redlands Country club women's member-guest invitational golf tournament yesterday with 108 players competing. Winners were: Jean Baker, Lois Scholton, Redlands, Betty Conly, Glendora, Marg Babbage, Victoria; Pat Miller, Grace Krueger, Redlands, Jane Sowers, Jean Saussaman, Arrowhead. The Baker-Scholton foursome won first choice of prizes when cards of the two foursomes were matched. Tied at 132 for second were: Jean Geelan, Marcia Nicols, Redlands, Annie Delauer, Janice Whiteside, Arrowhead; Luralyn Schindler, Phyllis Roberts, Redlands, Valeta Stenson, Irvine, Mrs. Paddock, Mesa Verde. Tied at 134 for third were: Betty Hooper, Tommie Howard, Redlands, Helen Lloyd, Louise Dole. Victoria; Audrey Finch, Marg Hatfield, Redlands, Billie Tomlinson, Arrowhead, Margie Farquhar, Garden-Aire; Phyllis Hobart, Flora Genetti, Redlands, Emogene Anthony, Arrowhead, Margaret Misener. Tied at 135 for fourth were: Lois Lauer, Marianne Finlay, Redlands, Julie Walker, Victoria, Carolyn Cdllene; Nelle Sherrod, Pat Larsen, Redlands, Bonnie Zowaska, Arrowhead, Gloria Kelly, Victoria; Alice Johnson, Claire Devlin, Redlands, Dot Tilley, Los Coyotes, Peggy Bell, Arrowhead; Shirley Weaver, Maxine Bandy, Annella Day. Redlands, Margaret Turner. Players from the following Southern California clubs com peted: Glendora, Arrowhead, Victoria. Irvine, Indian Wells, Red Hill, Los Coyotes, South Hills and Garden Aire. Mrs. William Howard was genera! chairman of the tournament assisted by Mrs. James Edwards and Mrs. Robert Merritt. Bob Sherrod, Jim Edwards and Frank Barnes were on hand to greet the visitors and assist them with their clubs. Nelle Sherrod was in charge of finances, Betty Barnett was responsible for the tee favors, Betty Hooper for the prize table. Julie Watkins was in charge of scoring, assisted by Ginny Hart. Virginia White and Macy Hill. First aid, water safety Red Cross volunteers get awards at dinner Thirty seven Redlands Red Cross Chapter volunteer first aid and water safety instructors were honored with chapter and water safety instructors were honored with chapter and national awards and service pins during a recognition dinner this week. The Redlands instructors, who have also served in Loma Linda, Mcntone and Yucaipa, put in a total of 8,120 hours during the past year. One of the highest awards, the national medal for 500 hours of service within a period of five years, went to J. Walter Anderson. Robert W. Chambers, William W.Cook, Dr. Nadine Cragg, Dr. Ellsworth E. Miller, Edmund Blair, Larry Munz, Paul Taylor, Mrs. Eileen J. Stewart and Carl L. Graves. National award certificates and pins for long terms of service went to Dr. Cragg, 25 years; Allen M. Birlle. 20 years; Cook, 15 years; and Munz, Dr. Miller, 123 Cajon Street 7 \^ REDLANDS / \ 793-4331 f Weekdays Shown at 7 & 10 P.M. Sat. and Sun. Shown 2:39, 6:01. 9:23 STANlEYKIiAiilEfi "it's A """MAD, Mi MAD, MAD, ffCHNICOLOR' iiNlfEDtnTISTS WORLD U.R. Mortar Board Officers Next year's officers of Mortar Board, University of Redlands chapter, will be Carol Munnecke, president; Ann English, vice president; Aime Brueggemann, secretary; Barbara Ott, treasurer; Dottie Janks, chaplain; Anne Wickett, editor: Sandra Perry, historian, and Janet Hageman, special projects chairman. Twelve new members were tapped for Mortar Board at the recent honors convocation in recognition of their scholarship and leadership. r PACIFIC DRIVE-IN THEATRES ^ Show ai Dusk all Drive-Ins BASELINE DRIVE-IN 2fif!53 Base Line — Hiotilaritf -7 : rrwy. Exit ."Alabama"—PHriK8-Bl3fr. NEW CREST THEATRE 5th A "B" Sts, San Bdno. Cont. 12:30 - TU 8-4247 • Now Playing — Both Theatres • Sean Connery as James Bond "GOLDFINGER"— In Color Co-Hlf! "The Ceremony" XRI-CITY DRIVE-IN ' 'l-j 99 Bet. Colton iird .Redfand^ ft-,. Exit -Loma Linda'—Ph. 79*5-0777 Fox California Theatre 562 W. 4th St., San Bdno. Cont. 2 P. M. - TU 92678 • Now Playing — Both Theatres • . Cli« .Robertson — Jack Hawkins "MASQUERADE" - Both In Color Co-rtitl "Sergeants Three" Chambers, Anderson and Graves, 10 years. National certificates and five- year pins were received by Michael Howe, Edmund Blair, Mrs. Marilyn Brock. Mrs. Eileen Stewart, Paul Taylor, Winfred Wheeler and Ira Law. Receiving chapter service certificates and service pins were Mrs. Betti Sherman, 15 years; James Yoder, Vernon E. Evans and William R. O'Neil, 10 years. Chapter awards and five-year pins went to Warren Wood, William Smith, Mrs. Phyllis Simmons, George Parkins, M r s. Violet Mills, Dale Martin, Mrs. Mildred Jackson, James Heard and Patricia Harris. Recipients of chapter certificates for three years service were Mrs. Wilma Breedlove, Stanley Bullock, Mrs. Alice Chaney, Harold Farmer, M r s. Mildred Hayden and Steve Taylor. The awards were presented in a Monday evening meeting in which instructors in the five San Bernardino County Red Cross chapters were honored. Blue chips suffer worst dip NEW YORK (UPD— Blue chips suffered their worst week so far this year as prices retreated along a broad front on the New York Stock Exchange this week. The continuing uncertainty of the world situation kept many traders and investors either on the sidelines or at the sellers window. However, the over-all loss in the list was not as severe as indicated by the drop in the Dow-Jones industrial average. Du Pont was the dominate factor in the senior indicators down sweep. Du Pont ran up a string of impressive gains a week ago in anticipation that directors would split the stock at the dividend meeting on Monday. However, when only a regular cash dividend was reported, this acted as a sell signal and Du Pont plunged more than 11 points within an hour after the announcement. It lost 8% on the day and the Dow- Jones average lost 8.95. Tuesday's session gave all the promise of a good recovery but the indicator failed to recover all of its initial loss and was still in the minus column at the close. Wednesday's gain of 1.50 was completely lost when the average plunged 4.85 on Thursday. Activity died down substantially on Friday as traders and investors kept to the sidelines. This lack of support cost the average 5.26. Although a large number of analysts still point to the incoming earnings reports and favorable dividend actions as bullish factors which should help extend the spring rally into early summer, some are beginning to watch the technical patterns closely. Chief among those being watched is the Dow-Jones rail average. The indicator took a whopping 2.10 drop oh Monday I which brought it within 2.26 of' its 1965 low. In many recent sessions. the average has moved lower despite new record highs in the industrial indicator. This, according to the Dow theorists, represents a danger signal. Dow-Jones industrials dropped 17.61 on the week to 922.01. Rails fell 3.24 to 206.26 and utilities dipped 0.27 to 161.60. Volume lagged sharply at 26,391.070 shares and losers outnumbered gainers 888 to 489 as 1.541 issues crossed the tape. Business highlights Two children hurt in two accidents Two Redlands youngsters were injured yesterday in separate auto-pedestrian accidents, police reported. Officers said Robert William Ramos, 3, of 718 W. Colton avenue, siiffered an eye laceration and roadbums of the forehead and foot when he was struck by a car on W. Colton avenue near Texas street about 4:45 p.m. Driver of the car was identified as Margaret A. Carroll, 703 Brookside. The injured child was treated at Redlands Community Hospital. At about 6 p.m.. Diana Lynn Stickel, 7, of 131 Mulvihill, received chin and leg abrasions when she was struck by a car driven by Priscilla Osdick, 1051 Walnut, on Mulvihill about 300 feet west of Glover, pohce said. The girl was taken to a doc tor's office for treatment. Facts aasslfied Ads Can Sell Anythiag CaU 793-3221 By United Press International Automotive: Ward's automotive reports - output of cars and trucks in the U. S. this week estimated at 248,016 units compared with 245.113 units a week earlier and 206,123 units in the same week last year. Bank clearings: Dun & Bradstreet Inc. Week ended May 19, clearings in 26 leading cities $45,400,936 against S42.589.019 a week before and $38,138,238 last year. Carloadings: Association of .•American Railroads Week ended May 15, loadings totaled 601,655 cars compared with 598,734 cars a week earUer and 583,105 cars last year. Year to date 10,879.005 cars vs 10,609,142 cars a year ago. Railroad freight tonnage totaled 13.8 billion ton-miles or 6.1 per cent above the year ago level. Steel: American Iron & Steel Institute-Week ended May 15. actual production totaled 2,660,000 tons or 2.0 per cent below the 2.715,000 tons a week earlier. For the year-to-date output totaled 52,684,000 tons or 16.4 per cent above the 45,253,000 tons produced in the similar period a year before. About People M. Claire Coombe, 1071 Crafton avenue, Mentone, w^as among a group of 85 members of a Riverside Tour Club who recently returned from a 15-day trip to Hawaii where they visited the five islands during their stay. TEAMWORK HOLL-YWOOD (UPD-Frank and Eleanor Perry of "David and Lisa" fame will film "The Swimmer" for Sam Speigel at Columbia Pictues. TOOTH TROUBLE - "Ya say this drill doesn't give your tooth ony relief ... is that what's bothering you buddy? . . . then it's gotta come out!" And out if comes. The clowns make big fun in their mirth-provoking tooth pulling number Great Y Circus opens season to full house The 27th annual Great Y Circus opened to an enthusiastic fuU house first night performance last night in the YMCA gym. Heavy applause greeted the hundreds of performers as they presented their opening show. The second performance wiU be given tonight at 8 o'clock with doors open at 7 p.m. Reserved seats are still available at the Y office for this and the next performances May 28 and 29. The fast-moving show moved through a variety of 23 big acts in two hours and 35 minutes. The circus management explained that by a few minor adjustments, the performing time can be cut to two hours and 15 minutes in the other shows. Charles C. Parker is master of ceremonies. Using the theme "The Good Old Days" the rapid pace was maintained through the accompanying music of the Great Y Circus band, made up of Redlands High School musicians un- ;ler the direction of Harvey Smith. The theme also offered an opportunity for the use of gay bright costumes adding much color and glitter to the entire affair. An army of clowns provided stunts and antics between t h e numbers and during the transfer of equipment. Many of their acts, new this year, were enthusiastically received. in the 27th annual Great Y Circus. Performances are at 8 o'clock tonight and May 28 and 29- (Facts photos by Clifford J. Kenison) Building permit issued for new skeet club The Winchester Gun Club skeet and trap range on North Orange was launched this week with the issuance of a $14,000 building permit. The permit covers the construction of a masonry block club house on the U-acre site in the Santa Ana River wash, on the west side of Orange. Winchester is developing t h e Redlands public skeet and trap range as a model facility in a planned system of such clubs throughout the western states. Other permits issued this week are: Dean Allman, 312 Tennessee street, 14 by 65 foot concrete block dog kennel, permit value $4,000. Allman was also issued a $3,000 building alteration permit for a 12 by 27 foot addition to his home at 312 Tennessee. The addition will include a family room and a play room. Both the dog kennel project and t h e home addition wiU be built by Lauwers and Hill contractors. Swimming pool, 1465 Crown street, owner Edward F. Taylor, builder Prestige Pools, 20-by 40 feet, permit value $2,980. Swimming pool, 102 Terracina, owner W. L. Pope, builder Pres tige Pools, 18 by 36 feet, per mit value $2,780. Welcome! to our side of the Freeway DUTCH GIRL CLEANERS and LAUNDRY Empire Bowl 840 W. Coiton Ave. Redlands "DOWN HE GOES" — The opening night full house crowd at the Great Y Circus screamed in excitement last night as Brandy Brandenberger toppled his stack of tables in his famous "table rock," always a highlight number in Great Y Circus which opened in tha YMCA gym last night. School menus for week Redlands public school students this week will lunch on Spanish rice, roast beef, chili; beans, hamburgers and maca-' roni and cheese. I The Clement Junior High sandwich menu is similar, featuring a submarine sandwich Monday, then roast beet, chili- burger, hamburger and cheese! on Friday. 1 Here is the complete menu for' all other schools: Monday—Spanish rice, green beans, celery with peanut butter, citrus fruit, French bread and milk. i Tuesday—Roast beef, mashed; potatoes, tossed salad, fruit cob-i bier, oatmeal yeast roll and milk. 1 Wednesday—Chili beans, green | pepper slaw, reUshes, fruit jello, i cornbread and milk. Thursday — Hamburger with relish, hash brown potatoes, shredded lettuce and tomato, apple sauce and milk. Friday—Macaroni and cheese, tomatoes, celery with peanut butter, prunes, whole wheat raisin bread, chocolate ice cream cup and milk. SELL IT TOMORROW T/ith low - cost ClassiSed Ads Best Wishes for Your Conf'inued Success +0 the CLEANERS & LAUNDRY from ... Quiel Bros. Sign Co. 272 South "1" St. San Bernardino, Calif. We enioyed installing your sign Ahri^mfclnq Our Mpncjqy. May 24th & Tues May 25th SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES ON DRf^-CLEANING CLEANERS & LAUNDRY 34 West Colton Ave. CNear Winn's) Redlands

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