Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 20, 1964 · Page 6
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 6

Redlands, California
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Monday, January 20, 1964
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Look for Outstanding Valaes^tf^ ^ Look for Outstanding Values in All Sage's ^Wfl\£l CVjUl IWIIUI WIIMI WII enrolls 732 new members First Congregational church enrolled 132 new members dur ing the year it was reported at the annual meeting Thursday in Kimberly hall. Chris Barnes, moderator, presided. Following the dinner, a program was given by the Crusader Bell Ringers (Junior boys) and the Sacred Danee Choir (high school) girls. Rev. Harry G. Suttner, minister of the church, introduced these t w o newest creative activities, explaining their appropriateness in the church program. Wilbur Schowalter, director of the Bell Ringers, gave a brief history of bell ringing and introduced the Crusaders appearing: Bruce Gadbois, Barney Jacobs. Jack Lehman, Bill .Marks, Doug Roberts, Pete Suttner. Allen Sutton. Dick Wiley, Keith Wiley and Greg Woodbury- Departing from their church repertoire (he boys played •'Drink to me Only With Thine Eyes" and ".Melody" by Schumann. were L. 0. Hammond, Mrs Clarence Hardy, Mrs. Paul Jen nings, Miss Bertha King, Miss Leora Mitchell, J. S. Prendergast, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reamer and Mrs. Grace Stanley. New officers and committee members were elected as follows: Mr. Barnes, moderator; Mrs. Harry Woltman, financial secretary; Mrs. D. J. Stewart, clerk; Edmund Craig, treasurer; Paul Jennings and Roy Sheely, board of directors; Mrs. Sam Dickey, Mrs. Raymond Beeler, music committee. Ward Finfrock, Henry James, Mrs. Horace Hinckley, Mrs. Gray Ward, board of Christian education: Raymond Beeler, Robert Cullom, Joel Hauser, Howard Porter, board of deacons; Mmes. Frank Howell, W P. Morrison, Ralph Nichols and Ida Waldrop and Dr. Katherine Peak, board of deaconesses. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Peterson Ralph Van Dyke, world service committee; Mrs. Aaron Arth, Rex Cranmer. Harold Stuber Mrs. Harry G. Suttner. direct-! nom inating committee: Mmes. or of the newest group, f h ej Max cranmer, Elbert W. Shirk. Sacred Dance Choir, explained | Cre sson Smith; and Messrs. Jor- the deeply religious significance; flan A Eng berg. William Harof (he Sacred Dance and lhe ;dv E ,i ward Harp, John P i k e. spiritual impact and influence it!church Council; Mr. and Mrs. has on the girls who participate. j Ro bcrt Douglass, Mrs. Bettv Ja- Accomnanicd by the Sanctuary i cobs< Mr and Mrs RusseI f Mc . Cnoir, they interpreted t h e; Dowel i, delegates to Council of hymn "Worship the Lord in (he|churches Beauty of Holiness- and "Fori wjlliam Hartman, honorary the Beauty of the Earth". Mem-i hcad usher; stan Blackburn bers of the group were Bonnie Ilebbard, Lynn Honus, K a t h y Ide, Ann Macy, Susan Scrve- son and Pam Zatzke. Preceding his message, Mr. Suttner extended his appreciation to all who had contributed to the success of the meeting and the church program for the year. He also stated that the Chapel of the Grail is open 24 hours a day for any one who chooses to come for meditation. head usher; Ben Alexander Aaron Arth. Peter Arth, Chris Barnes, Neil Brintnall, Fran Childs. James Clark, Rex Cran mcr, Leo Daun, James Daven port, Sam Dickey, Claude Griffitts, Dr. Richard Hardy, Wil Ham Hardy, Bill Hartzell, Everitt Helms, Roy Hill, Horace Hinckley, Charles Leonard, Rus sell McDowell, Charles Parker, Ernest Richards, Robert Rob erts. Jack Rose, Ed Schindler, Members present with a I Frank Serrao, Roy Sheely, John church membership of over solstraker, Robert Starbuck, ush years were recognized. Theyjers. Tanganyika army units mutiny against officers (Continued from Page 1) Okello. was reported on a "rest visit" to Dar-es-Salaam. But insurgent troop leaders told this correpondent they did not want to depose Nyerere but only get rid of their white officers. It was reported they would send a plane after the fleeing president to^bring him back to approve their demands for the dismissal of all foreign ollicers. Whatever the cause of the revolt, it touched off looting and destruction in Dar-es-Salaam. which means "Haven of Peace." Rebel troops tried to control the mobs by firing over their heads. More than 50 American citizens are believed to be in Tan- Castro to end his secret talks in Moscow MOSCOW (UPI) — Cuban Premier Fidel Castro is expect ed to wind up his secret talks with Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev and fly home this week ; diplomatic sources said today. Castro topped off his first week in the Soviet Union Sunday with an outing which included an impromptu run on skis and a ride in a Russian troika sled. Accompanied by Khrushchev, the Cuban Premier visited Soviet stud farm "Number 1 Later the Communist party central committee held a dinner in Castro's honor in an undisclosed suburban country home where a blue-ribbon group of the top Soviet leadership showed up. Castro returned afterwards to his Kremlin residence. Only sparse official announce mcnts have been issued on the Castro-Khrushchev talks which began formally Jan. 13. Diplomats have speculated that Castro has been pressing Khrushchev for increased economic aid and the Soviets may have been trying to exert pressure on Castro to fall in line behind Moscow in communism's ideological dispute with Communist China. [ganyika, including about Peace Corps members and some of the evacuees from last week's Zanzibar revolt. The rebel troops were report ed to have arrested Nyerere', cabinet. No Americans Injured (In Washington, the State De partment said early information indicated no Americans were in jured and no damage done to the U.S. Embassy.) There is a large contingent of U.S. Peace Corps volunteers in Tanganyika, Most of them are believed scattered in towns throughout the nation, which is larger than the states of Texas and Oklahoma combined. U.S. Embassy staff members gathered in the home of Am bassador William Leonhart mindful of the arrests of Ameri cans by the Zanzibar rebels last week. The revolt came on the eve of a national executive meet ing of Nycrcre's Tanganyika African Nationalist Union, the ruling political party. Nyerere had been planning to make his nation a one-party state, but the move had been criticized fierce ly by opposition leaders. OKello On Visit Okello, the Zanzibar revolt leader, had been staying at the home of Tanganyika Home Affairs Minister Joe Lusinde dur ing his Dar-es-Salaam visit. Lu­ sinde was arrested by the rebels. It was not immediately known what happened to Okello. Tanganyika, which has been a German colony, a League of Nations mandated territory, and a United Nations trusteeship territory administered by Britain, has had a turbulent two years of independence. Since Nyerere's independent government took control in 1961, he has made Tanganyika a center of anti-colonial revolution. Nyerere has been considered one of Africa's outstanding political and intellectual leaders for many years. His carefully weighed views have served as a moderating influence on the nation's extremists. But his plans to convert Tanganyika into a one-party state ran into spirited opposition. Heated debate had been anticipated for the party meeting planned for Dar-es-Salaam today. DID YOU HEAR THE GOOD NEWS ? YES NIERRY perns IS RUNNING" CONGRESS, Sale Prices Effective thru Saturday, January- 25th ART REPRODUCTIONS Framed reproductions by renowned contemporary artists, as Robert Wood, Detfefson and many others. 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