Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 27, 1965 · Page 6
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6 - Thurs., May 27, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts COMMON ANNIVERSARY - Leslie I Harris, left, receives a plaque from Maynard V. Campbell, center Loma Linda University trustee chairman and Godfrey T. Anderson, university president, commemorating the common 60th anniversary of the school and the Harris company. Presentation was made during LLU founder's day festivities. MOON SHOT — The big clowns decide to use the little fellow (Tommy Pagdilao) in their experimental stiot but he is reluctant to be a missile. It's all in the hijinx that marks the tie in of the 27th annual Great Y Circus theme "The Good Old Days" and the modern space age. Final performances are tomorrow and Saturday. (Facts photo by Clifford J. Kension) ANCIENT COSTUMES — As port of Loma Linda University's Founder's Day activities, psychiatric nursing instructor Roberta Ann Cone, dressed in nurse instructor's garb of 1905 era, checks pulse of Dr- Francis D. Nichol, editor of the religious periodical. Review and Herald. Looking on is student nurse Shirley Bowen, wearing a student's costume from some era. Nichol, as a schoolboy, was employed at the university in its first year. He spoke at founder's day convocation last night. Y to sponsor river trip for older boys The Redlands YMCA, in addition to its regular camping program at Camo Edwards this summer, is offering a River Trip for older boys to be led by Jim Eselin. This will be the most fabulous adventure trip ever offered older boys in the Redlands area. Total length of the trip is 9 days, which includes five full days on the Green and Yampa Rivers in Northern Utah, Eselin said. Campers wiU use Neoprene Rubber Rafts tor their guided expedition which will take them through the Dinosaur National Monument. Running the White Rapids will be the highlight throughout the trip. The dates of this trip will be Aug. 27 to Sept. 4. Further information may be obtained by calling the Redlands YIMCA. Youths to give SDA program The Youth division will present "God's Unwritten Message", a program of music and pictures, tomorrow at 7:30 p.m., at the Redlands Seventh-day Adventist church. Saturday, at 11 a.m., Pastor B. L. Hassenpflug will present "Your Most Valuable Privilege". The offering to be taken will be used for North American Indian Work. Assembly passes S.B. appeal court bill The State Assembly yesterday passed a bill creating a division of the Fourth District Court of Appeals in San Bernardino. The bill, which now goes to the Senate, was opposed by .•\s- semblyman Stewart Hinckley of Redlands. Assemblyman Jolm P. Quimby of Rialto, who co-authored the measure, abstained from vointg. He said he now favors a bill he and Hinckley co-authored which would create a Sixth District Court of .Appeal in San Bernardino rather than only a division of the San Deigo-based Fourth District Court. The bill to create the new Sixth District court comes up- for hearing Monday in the Assembly Judiciary Committee. Hinckley said he opposed the creation of the division because he feels it is in the best interest of San Bernardino to have an appeal court of its own rather than a branch court. He said the new district wo\ild be staffed by judges from within the new district. "It (the new district court) would be for the convenience of the public; a division would be for the convenience of the judges." Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3221 to limi for Downtown Redlands OPEN FRIDAY and MONDAY NIGHTS; TIL :00 Fowler's, Clothing Goir's Good's Apparel Goodie Shop Harris Co. Her Highness Gordon's, Jewelers Jo Nonn's Karl's Levine's Louise's Maggi's Norris Yardage Penney's Redlands Toyville Sally Shops Sliger's, Music Smith, Jewelers Western Auto Wilson, Jewelers OPEN MONDAY NIGHTS ONLY Colonial Maple House Helene's Yarn Shop McMahan's Furniture Nelson-Hales Furniture United Beauty Supply Kiwanis club makes gift to handicapped Orthopedically handicapped \ children at Crafton school will have another page turner as a result of a gift from the Redlands Kiwanis club. The Redlands school board this week accepted S177.61 from the club for purchase of the device. The board also sent a note of appreciation to the club for the gift. by Aerospace WASHINGTON (UPI) — The House Armed Services Committee has moved to block further expansion of the government- owned Aerospace Corporation of California without the approval of Congress, it was learned Wednesday. A restriction on the nonprofit firm's authority to build or to buy land was placed into a military construction authorization bill approved Tuesday by the committee. Under the bill. Aerospace would be prohibited from such construction or land acquisition unless it were first authorized to the Air Force by Congress. Aerospace w^as created by the Ak Force in 1960 to serve as a prime contractor in the nation's missiles and space program and has since grown into the fourth largest defense contractor. During recent congressional liearings. the government-owned firm came under sharp criticism for its acquisition of plants at San Bernardino and El Segundo and land at Cape Kennedy. .Auditors for the General Accounting Office contended Aerospace officials had paid S22 million to buy property in the two California cities when adequate government-owned space would have been available across the street at both locations for only $4.7 million. Col. Harvey to take March command Col. Jolm F. Harvey, vice- commander of the 22nd Bombardment Wing, will take command of the March-based heavy bomber unit on the reassignment of Col. George Pfeiffer Jr. to Glasgow AFB, Mont, as commander of the 91st Bombardment Wing. The announcement of the coming change of command was made this week by Lt. Gen. Archie J. Old Jr.. commander of the Fifteenth Ah Force which is headquartered at March. No date was given for the command change. Three rabies clinics set in Redlands Dates for three dog licenses and rabies vaccination clinics in Redlands were announced this week by Cecil Patterson, city humane officer. The clinics will be held June 23, July 14 and July 28 in the park at the corner of Liigonia avenue and Washington street. Hours for all three clinics will |be 10 to 12 a.m. and 6 to S p.m. Patterson reminded dog owners in the city that the pets must have a rabies vaccination every two years and a license renewal each year after the age of four months. A SI.50 charge will be made for the vaccinations and a $3 charge for licenses. Students urged to get social security card "High school seniors are urged to obtain a social security account number card before starting out to look for summer jobs," Jean B. Gifford, social security field representative from San Bernardino, stated today. "One of the first things a new employer will ask for is your social security number." Mrs. Gifford explained that while social security may seem unimportant to a young man ori woman just out of scliool. social; security credits provide the bas-j is for future benefits under thei program. i An account is established for each social security number and, over tiie years, the worker's earnings are credited to the account. Should a worker suffer loss of income because of disability, death, or retirement, monthly benefits can be paid based on the average earnings credited to his account. An application for social security number may be obtained by writing or visiting the social security office at 1.57 West Fifth street in San Bernardino. BRIDGE MOST POPULAR CHICAGO (UPI) — A playing [card company here says a sur- !vey shows that bridge is the most popular card game in .America. Next in popularity, the firm says, are poker, canasta, pinochle, rummy, hearts I auction bridge and solitaire. Happiness is a Gift from GORDON'S! WESTINGHOUSE RECORD PLAYER IJecord player and 1 portable stand with record rack..4-speed automatic record changer with 45 ! r.p.m. spindle. Free records. Open An Account CLOCK RADIO New vertical design in gray and white. Good tone. $1893 ONLY $1A WEEK Tape Recorder All transistor, pijrtable. With magnetic tape, earphone and batteries. $4995 S4. A MONTH Just say "CHARGE IT" DIAMOND MERCHANTS OF AMERICA ORDOIM'S JEWELERS rolJW OORDON-« STORK TO »gWVK VOO InRejIonJs: 20 EAST STATE ST. iBRntriite 3940 MAIN STREET InOntorio: ONTARIO PLAZA SHOPPING CTR. In Btrnonlino: 306 E. STREET Open Mon. and Fri. Nights 'til 9 MOKTH-END CLEARANCE SALE Special Group CANVAS CASUALS Values to $4 .99 44 Karl's Comfort at its sportiest! Canvas upper, thick crepe sole. Biacl< or brown oxford, brown or blue loafer. Sizes 6-12. SHOES ^ OPEN MON. AND FRI. EVES. 10 East- State St. Downtown Redlands

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