Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 12, 1969 · Page 11
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 11

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 12, 1969
Page 11
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Adoption agency seeks help for special children To find &unilJes in (his area vim will pnnride homes for children «1th special needs, a re- crmthix program is bans conducted in Su Benianlino County tinder diiectiaii of Frank Coony, recruiter far the County Adoption Service. *11ie ratnpaign will brinf to the public facts conceming children with special needs — the facts as they exist here in San Bemardiiio County," explans Mr. Coony. "These dddren are those who, althouch they are legally free and can be adopted, still are usually not ace^ted by adopting famiks becanie of come special probtem. Ifeis misht be a health difBcuky or a racial badcgroond that is nixed," he continues. aubs or groups interested in leaning more of this project may call TU 4-1211. Proerams available include fftnip discussions, panels, 20-minute film and question and answer sessions. SeabM Expamien PEARL HARBOR (UPI) - Increased responsibilities in Vict- aaai by the Navy's construction battalion of the Pacific Fleet have forced an almost 109 per cent increase in the size of its headquarters suff here. In June, 1964, headquarters consisted of 140 personnel. Today it hat 268. fiiiy Redlonds Dai:/ Feds Wednesday, Feb. 12, 1969-11 SEAY PTA Salad Luncheon nets $1,001 1 Home Economics group slates Saturday event ^ CHrus District of the Califor-: ma Bome Economics asseeiaiiaa: mtct tomorrow Mentoae G<ddeB Age chib win! meet from 1 to 4 pjB. tomor-! row at 1515 Brighton avenue. : Mentoae. AO pvaons over the jage of SO are welcome and after 'attending three canseeiitivc meet- _ ^ , iinss ai« elir-ble for member-lwai ^ >ts anmial acMar. Redlands high school PTA pres. waiting to be daunad, said Mn-Uhip. There are no dues and a slap-recruitment reeeptiaa OB ident, Mr». Ralph ffixenbangb, Murone. Those wto eoatribnt-' ;and board members expressed ed salads may claim the con- I their gratitude to the eommnnity tauieis at the high school of' lor support of their reeent salad 6ce. luncheon when members o£ the; Mrs. Robert Terifay an- board met this wedc. small donatiaa at the door is all:Saturday from 9 to 11:30 ajn.>; that is asked of members. Last; at the San BemardiBO Valley; week 21 members met with College Campus CMiter. ^ iheh- new preadcnt. BIrs. Law-; Guest speakers will be Ms*; ,rence Osbom, for a pot-i Barbara Une, home econonisf the series was started, said Mrs. * Pan«I »' •51.**°''^ I rmceMuit«e.chainnan.Aprof-*ffl.«fi«na Pressures." , . it of 0,101 was realiied and Pnncipal Martm Muni ex-' insuranc* men at :«iU be used for scholarships, the P»»«>ed methodsof rating and, Chicago cenvtntien JAFS program. Dean's Account.«''*'"*™8 waengs. Oiepulechi and graduation night fesuvities. . Ctlt$te Groom Is Many ^«d bowls are still nounced the general umt iBi«t-|iuck hincheon. An afternoon ofifor the Knucteon conpoy: llrs,^ The luncheon on January 17 tog for February as m Grace.bridge. CanasU and pinochle fol- Nona Verloo. home economics; was the most successful smce Mnuw .•'MitonraB « J iconsuUant for the Kivnid*. County Scbeds and Mrs. Mariar; Trolan, child care instnictor ui, the home economics department; :at SBVC. This year the district is awari^ ing its $200 scholarship In Jov sette Geis of San BenaidiBB.;; In addition, two book sebolar-; Ed Lanbe of Redlands and William G. Tee of Calimcsa are I attending the BSlionaire's Coa- ventioB at the head office of. !Mutual That Life Insurancej^P* ^ awwdcd to; Yucaioa 's squara danca Celeste Groom, daughter ofiCompany hi Qacago next wedt.l'^*"* Tooman of Ontario and runnar<up in centast for seniors eontlnua Their whreT will accompany the men who will be honored for MEETING INITIATES CAMPAIGN—Donald G. PoJk, M.D., left; George Johnson, program director of the Scolt-EIdridge clinic in San Bernardino, and Frank Coony, recruiter for the County Adoptions Service, plan for a public meeting which opened a county-xvidc campaign now being conducted by the Adoption Service. Dr. Polk and Mr. Johnson offered the clinic facilities for the recent open meeting. Donna lands. Shriiikins Road papers that the twlane road^ heavy rains and traffic. "It's month and are open to all ye«j CROWLAND. England (UPI) he Ukes to work has shrunkltime something was done, or square dancers. They are spon-, iDr. and Mrs. John L. Groom, 1416 Pacific street, has been Yucaipa Valley Senior Swing- '>»"'«d 2nd runner-up in the Un- exceptknal production efforts, crs wiU have their next square Collage (McMimvine, The Lauhe family fives at T2S dance Saturday from 7 to loOte.) Inter-collegiate Knights Chestnut avenue and the Tees p.m. at the elementary school <'K*s> Duchess Pageant for 1969. Uve at 461 West Avenue L, Gallon California street Dances are Celeste, a freshman at LinfieU, mesa. AO win return the first caUed at a level and tempo that <<> "^"io^ to '•ome econbm-,af next week. anyone who has square danced IK's is a men's nati(nal| -—' at the intermediate level will service organization. The Un- Otbut enjoy. Dances are held every field Duchess wiU compete for, HOLLYWOOD f tr p r t arsi and third Saturday of the thejesion»l UUe Uter to the|B„,d^.y ^sical comedy st;;!M«.ie.l L-f Lynn Chesus af B«l^ Reservations may be nadej with Mrs. Elizabeth Stark. iSSl: West 15th street. Upland, ptonr, 982-5343. Administratots. coun-j selors, teachers, and students in". terested in home aconomics re-; lated careers are welcomed to attend. Steve Roland wiU make his Hoi- HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Song lywood movie debut in "The One stylist Carol Lawence win pro— Construction worker Arthur from 22 feet wide to 16 feet — there'U be no road left at aU,",sored by the Yucaipa VaUey. Too many puppies? SeU themlwith the Fuzz" for director Gar- vide musical interludes on tha Strickland comjrfained to news- and is sUU shrinking because of SUickland said. 'Parks and Recreation District, fast with a Classified Ad. 'son Kanin. ;"Red Skelton Show" this spring. OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL 9K» ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY SPRING BARGAIN DAYS Pick any one of these carefree uniforms ALL GREAT BUYS AT $ JUST 5 No matter how htch'c Uia doy !• youll coma out looking neat at a pin in theie fabulous uniforms. Smartly tlyled kniti with brtezy short sleeve* and roomy pockets show up-le-lha-wcend detailing. They'll machine wash in no lima and never need mora Ihon « quick touch up. White. ^A.Empir« sidmmar of Amel* triocatofa/ nyion bo* buMM him. 6 to Id. B. Princess slyla A-Enar of Amal* triaca> lota/nyion. 6 lo 20. rC Mockot frenf uniform ii lib texhircd Fertrel* poiytstor or Fortret*/nylen. 5/6 to 15/16, 18-20. LIKE IT...CHARGE m Only the look need be expensive. 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