Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 23, 1964 · Page 6
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January 23, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 6

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6 - Thurs., Jan. 23, 1961 Redlands Daily Facts Yucaipa Adult School schedule for Spring The Yucaipa Adult Education.2-5, (afternoon class), Calimesa School is offering a new and re- 1 Elementary Auditorium; and organized schedule of classes |Typing (Beginning, Intermc- More strike violence in San Bernardino Contestants for candidacy at meeting Folk singer Joan Baez returns for UR program Bob G. Minick and Raymond JG. Conatser, who have announc- SA.V BERNARDINO (UPI) —'«! their candidacy for Assem- Two cars belonging to General blyman from the "3rd District, ,-.,—<, = = , .Telephone Co. employes were'were both present at the Tucs- for the Spring Semester, whichjdiate, Advanced) — Mrs. Mar-;burned in suspected arson cases day evening meeting of Mentone begins February 3, according to;ianne Icenogle, 7-9:30, room and another employe had his Democrats at the II. J. Schroe- Don Kelly, coordinator of Adult.'34. :homc stoned in late night vio-jdor home, 1375 Turquoise ave- Education. Classes are held ati Friday classes arc: Basic Art.!lence. \nue. Both spoke briefly at this the Yucaipa High School unless Ro Rivera. 9-12:30 a.m. (Morn-j And both a telephone com-'time. otherwise indicated. ling Class), Yucaipa Womcn'S'pany employe and an official' Club members discussed pol- Classcs to be offered Monday: Club (Adams and A); and Rc-jof the Communications Workers'icy statements, rcliqion and civ- evening are: Art. color and de- 1 tirement Planning, Mack Moore, of America (CWA) had a win-jil rights issues during the eve- sign Ed Sotello. 7-9:30, room 20:;2-4:30, (Afternoon class), Cali-'dow of his home smashed by ajning. Auto Shop. Ivan Hinerman 7-10,; mesa Elementary school, room • rock. " ! A special meeting was an- room 3; Driver Education; Clay. 12. | The CWA struck Oct. 18 and nounced for February 16 at 2:30 Brooks. 7-9:30, room 47. j Driver Training classes arejijttlc progress has been re-|P- m - at "ie Warren Klingman Radio and Electricity. R a y J held Saturday afternoon by ap- : ported. An official of the unioni'iome. to choose delegates for Sansonetti 7-10. room 16: Pub-'pointment Mr. Kelly said. U a id recently in Santa Monica : 'he San Bernardino County cn- lic Speaking, .Airs. Esther Glas-| Registration for the Spring'the CWA was prepared to con-;dorsing convention February emester is held at the Yucaipa j tintic the strike indefinitely. ;29- er. 7-9:30. room 28; Sewing andiSemester Dressmaking, Mrs. Carol Burgess. 7-9:30, room 4G: Beginning Spanish, Larry Stcughton, 7-9:30. room 41. High School Administration! jlclvin Harbauer, assistant po-i The next regular meeting will Building from 7-S:30 p.m. Mon-!ij ce chief said coffee cansi bc February 25 and will include ,d:iy through Thursday. January iwhich might have contained a. some 1 >'P C uf fund raising proj- 127-30. The high school campus is;flammable liquid were found cct Two special interest classes to located on Sixtli street between j ncar both car fires. be offered Monday evening arc,Avenue E and Yucaipa boulc- A late model convertible EDUCATED NAGS FRANKFORT. Ky. (UI'Ii a lecture series on "Latin Amcr-vonl. owned bv Walter Gisner, a tele- 1K - pn t„rkv a ••„;„„ school ican Conflicts" (7 lectures) by The semester registration fee:, •„ anv pmD i 0VC was a '" K * n . tl,ck >- a '"f fs ™°o Paul F. Allen. 7-9. room 43, be- for the Adult School is SSJSO.,^ ™S said i h ™ C ,S «* * ISE lu 'lable to read because he wins a car sped; mQst often when the Q(]ds are ginning Feb. 3 and continuing to: This includes as many classes as j witnesses reported March 1G: and 10 lectures on a student may wish to take. Ad iminism" by Dr. John Groom.'ditional class and supply fees: -Uur Best Defense Against Com, are connected with each class 7-9, room 43. beginning March and this ranges from 50c to S2.00 30 and continuing to June 1. At-i for class fees and 75c to S3.00 away from the area only mo-| ments before Gisner's car was! found engulfed in fiamcs. j Another telephone company) tendanceinbothofthc.se classes'for supplv fees, excluding Driv-i em P lo . v c Jerry Wells, returned j will count toward a high schooler Training. | homc 10 flml lllc driver's seat ofj diploma as one semester of Ills- j Adults 62 years and over whoj» is «r smoldering. • tory credit. I are on Social Security and rc-| Mrs. Floyd Bulkley. wife of Classes to be offered Tuesdayitirees 65 and over pay only 25c'a company employe, was home evening arc Creative Writing, j for the semester student body with their three children when (English Composition), Mrs. Es-ifce. This is their only registra-;a car drove up and someone thcr Glaser. 7-9:30. room 28:;tion fee. |thrc<v rocks through a picture Musical Arts (offered in co :reat. ! One of this country's top-rated folk singers, often referred to as the foremost woman folk singer, will return to the community where her singing career started when Joan Baez appears here for two concerts! on February 27. j Joan lived in Redlands for' about six years during the time; her father. Dr. Al Baez, was on; the science department faculty j at the University of Redlands. j file and Mrs. Baez are now in Paris. France, where he is on an UNESCO assignment). | She started playing the guitar j and singing at an early age, cn -j tertaining her family and friends: on many occasions. In 1954. she| was cast in the role of Titania: in the Redlands Bowl's production of "A Midsummer Night's. Dream", directed by Al andi Bertha Johnson, directors of the] University of Redlands drama! department. Joan also appeared in some of the Johnson's Little Theatre productions on the U.R. campus. It will be a triumphant return for the popular folk singer when she presents a matinee performance on the afternoon of Febru­ ary 27 in Clock auditorium from 4 to 5 o'clock for students only. Her program will be a benefit for the school's choir robe fund and will allow purchase of some new robes for Wilbur Schowalter's A Cappella Choir. That evening at 8:30 she will present a program for the public in Memorial Chapel at t h c University of Redlands with the "Organ for Watchorn" fund to benefit. Her UR appearance is in conjunction with a two-night folk festival to be completed the next evening with the presentation of the folk singing stars. Bud and Travis. Ticket information will be released soon for these events. Air Defense commander to visit Norton EXPECTANT VIPS HENSINGHAM, Eng. (UPD- Expectant fathers will get the VIP treatment at the new S8.4 million Cumberland Hospital. The maternity wing of the hospital has a room with a divan bed and a chair which can be converted into a clothes hanger and shoe rack for fathers-to-be who have long waits in the hospital. Lt. Gen. Herbert B. Thatcher, commander, Air Defense Command, will make an official visit to the Los Angeles Air Defense Sector (LAADS), Norton AFB, Jan. 28. The three-star general will arrive here from his headquarters at Colorado Springs, Colo. During his visit he will meet with Col. Joseph Myers, LAADS commander, for a briefing on aero! space defense in Southern California. He will also visit two LAADS fighter - interceptor squadrons at Oxnard AFB and ! George AFB, Caiif., to learn ! about the integrated team which provides 24-hour defense in the area. General Thatcher took command cf the Air Defense Com mand in August of 1963 after returning from Korea where he served as Chief of Staff, United Nationa Command-U.S. Forces Korea. ORDER JUBILEE EDITION at Facts office. 3 for $1 mailed anywhere in U.S. | Shrine club party Saturday Redlands Shrine Club meets Saturday January 25th in the i Dining room of the Redlands Elks Lodge 3rd and State street. Nobles will host their Ladies at a program of welcome by their newly installed President Dr. Garald W. Parker who will present the newly installed Officers and Directors. Social hour 6:30 to 7:30 Dinner 7:30. All reservations must be in by Friday January 24th by contacting Bill Alder. Alders Paint Store. Phone 792-3355. AH visiting Nobles and their Ladies are invited to enjoy outstanding program "The Magic X of success" by Dr. Fred Andrews of Redlands. NOW YOU KNOW By United Press International The geographic center of the .United States, including Alaska and Hawaii, is in Butte County, South Dakota, 17 miles west of Castle Reck and 14 miles east of the junction of the borders of South Dakota, Montana and Wyoming, according to the World Almanac. operation with the Yucaipa Scholarship Association and the American Association of Retired For further information con- window and against the front corning classes or the a d u 11 door, school program, please call 797-1 j amcs T . Singleton, a vice 0106 — ext. 20 from 9-9:45 a.m.: prcsi(]ent of tne CWA i 0C2 \ t had Persons). Mrs. Anna Lavaroni. and 1-3 p.m. daily. Also from; a roc |- thrown through a win- 7-10, room 30. (This class is now 7-9 p.m. Monday through Thurs-| (if ,„. of nis nome Wednesday and will continue;day. in session .March 16). Real Estate Law In Califor- nis. Stan Tomlinson, 7-9:30, room 33; Spanish (Second Semester), Roger Lopez, 7-9:30, room 41: and U. S. History, Garth Huffaker, 7-9:30. room 44. Classes to be offered Wednesday evening are English Improvement, Doug Stewart. 7-9:30 room 44: German (Second Semester), Mrs. Enid Aldwell, 79:30, room 43: Home Gardening night. U.R. to usher in spring semester Feb. 3 Ahead of the robin, the University of Redlands will usher in the spring semester with reg- and Design, Mrs. Elsie Peedcn. j js(ration of classes on Monday 7 9:30. room 33; Introduction to Algebra — Mr. Don Wirz, 7-9, room 20. Modern Science Concepts, Mr. Ross Melcher, 7-9:30, room 6: Photography (Basic to Photojournalism): Ben Hallberg. 79:30. room 16; Rugmaking, Mrs. I.olo Dean, 7-10, room 22; and| Woodshop; Paul McCoy, 7-10, room 17; Introduction to Algebra. Dun Wirz, 7-9, room 20. Physical fitness for women, Mrs. Vivian Ferguson. 7:30-8:30, Yucaipa High Cafeteria. Thursday evening classes are: Child Growth and Development Discussion Group, John Wilde, 7 9:30, room 20; Government (Citizenship and Civics), Doug Stewart. 7-9:30. room 44; Drafting (Beginning, Intermediate,! Advanced), Vera Kasper, 7-9:30, room 40. Investments. Ralph Mayer. 79:30. room 33; Jewelry and Lapidary, Bernie Mauldin, 7-9:30, room 22; Real Estate Appraisal (Second Semester), Mr. Bob Herbin, 7-9:30, room 32. Rugmaking — Mrs. Lolo Dean, February 3. Final registration deadline is Monday, Feb. 17 according to Registrar Esther Mertins. Offered from February through May, the spring curriculum includes weekday classes in 30 departments. In addition, late afternoon and evening classes will be offered for both graduate and undergraduate work beginning Tuesday. Feb. 4. Credit received for courses offered in this program The incidents followed anoth-i cr cable cutting early Wednes -I clay and also thrown rocks and| eggs into a telephone company] parking lot. | Officials said the cut cable disrupted service to about 18 businesses. Damage was estimated at about $100. speech. Several courses which are offered under Education will stress teaching methods. Among these are the Teaching of High School English, language arts, and social studies. Specialized courses such as Audio Visual education and Legal Aspects of Education contribute to an interesting and varied Spring program. The Art Department is also providing several stimulating courses in design, modern art techniques, graphics and advanced problems. Students may register for ! these and many other courses •ii u i . ™„„. r„ mn ni r '5i the afternoon or evening of i vl ^ hc i^\V me .fl .?.? UI :^^ n ,: S ithe first meeting of the class. Last day for registration is Feb- TO STAND TRIAL LONDON (UPI)—Albert McMillan, a 32-year-old painter, was ordered Wednesday to stand trial next month on a charge of stealing jewelry and cigarettes worth $862.40 from the home of George Hatherill. Hatherill is Scotland Yard's top detective. for various credentials in California. Five San Bernardino county educators will participate as a visiting staff: Thelma Beards- Icy, coordinator of Music Education; Virginia Blackburn, school psychologist, Redlands Public Schools; Eugene Borghi, lecturer in speech; Joyce Cozzo, principal. Golden Valley Jr. High School: and Dr. Keith Dolan, principal, San Bernardino High School. Special emphasis wiil be placed on art. education, English, music, psychology and ruary 10. Other Programs Applications are now being screened for participants in the university's elementary and secondary intern teaching programs. The programs, which continue through the academic year and include two summers! are conducted in cooperation with school districts of Southern California. Information concerning a 11 Spring semester courses may be obtained by contacting the Registrar's office. WITH TRADE Looking for a clothes dryer that's fast, trouble-free, and SAVES YOU MONEY? Get a Gas Dryer. COMPARE OUR PRICE WITH THE "BIG DISCOUNTERS' Waldo F. I Serving Redlands for 34 Years URROUGHS 117 East State — REDLANDS — PY 3-5485 — APPLIANCES v *' ^ % * ^-..*.vJ-v.\..W.v you'll flip, too, The savings on a Gas clothes dryer are terrific. Take installation. You save a small fortune. (Other kinds of dryers can cost as much to install as they do to buy!) Take operating cost Gas dries clothes for less than 2c a load. (Other kinds cost four times as much!) How about speed? A recent test proved Gas dryers faster than any other kind! With a Gas dryer, you finish washday fast...fresh. The topper? 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