Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 31, 1964 · Page 2
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2 ~ Friday, Jan. 31, 1964 Red lands Daily Facts Two Lockheed men named to new positions Medical Society And Auxiliary To See Sloans' Africa Film Tuesday Two leading propulsion scientists have taken on important additional responsibilities in promotions announced today by Lockheed Propulsion company. J. Edmund Fitzgerald, 1610 Halsey, formerly director of research, has been named director of research and engineering. In this capacity he has; cognizance over all research, engineering and propellant de-j velopment work ter of Science degree from Harvard University in 1947. He is a member of numerous American and international pro fessional socicitics and is the 'author of a large number of technical papers. He holds patents on shaped charges, high speed projectiles, and transducers. Dr. Barr formerly served as director of production, with responsibility for the production Dr. C. James Barr, 36289iof all parts, assemblies, Panorama, Yucaipa, assumes'motors and other products profile position of director of oper-jduced at Lockheed Propulsion. Mr. and Mrs. James Sloan of Redlands will show their film, "Porini", at the annual joinl meeting of the San Bernardino County Medical Society and its giving grants to medical schools and nursing scholarships. The lGmm sound picture was! _ _ . i r I shot by a CBS cameraman! OOP Women s Southern Area octet if MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Mrs. Sering Gives Questers Club Program Auxiliary Tuesday evening at'and printed at 20th Century, Azure Hills Country club. ThclFox. It includes scenes of ele-j Officer To Speak In M' entone ooinc eiraffes. • film will follow the 6:30 p.m. Iphants fighting, loping giraffes. social hour and 7:30 dinner, jcheetahs, rhinoceroses hosting! ji rs Louis (Angela) Lombar-i "Porini" is the Swahili word tick birds, beautiful swans and dj, vice president of the Cali-' meaning "in the bush". The many other animals of the fornia Federation of Rcpubli- film was made by the Sloans jungle. Also included a r e:can Women. Southern Area, will ; while on safari in Kenya and Uganda last August and September. The Redlands couple at ions, with responsibility for manufacturing, process engineering and plant engineering. In his new assignment he directs the manufacture of solid propellants and rocket motor parts, and is responsible for the construction and maintenance of all company buildings and I equipment. Both men report to G. R Makepeace, vice president and technical director. Prior to his new appointment. Fitzgerald, as director of re search, supervised analytical and experimental research programs in propellant chemistry, advanced solid and hybrid rocket motors, combustion phenomena, and structural mechanics. Fitzgerald joined Lockheed Propulsion in June 1959, as director of applied mechanics. Previously he held engineering and scientific positions with Armour Research Foundation, Borg-Warncr and American Machine and Foundry. He taught structural engineering at Southern Methodist University and North Dakota State College Fitzgerald received his Mas- Before the assignment, he was associate director of research and manager of propellant development. In this capacity Dr. Barr supervised the develop ment, early scale-up and application of propellants and liners to rocket motors, and devised practical motor processing techniques. Before joining Lockheed Propulsion in 1960, Dr. Barr was with Olin Mathicson Chemical Corporation, American Cyan- imid Co., and Spencer Kellogg and Sons. Dr. Barr received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. de-| grees in chemical engineering from Iowa State College and served as an instructor in chemical engineering. He is the holder of eight patents on chem ical processes, high energy fuels and propellants, and is the author of several technical papers. He is a member of numerous professional societies. scenes in the Aboseli National; S peak on Republican situationl Park, dances of the Suk and;in 1964 next Monday at 7:30 p.' Karamajong tribes, the Mt. m. in Mentone Women's club- are showing the film as a bene-'Kenya Safari Club, a boat trip house, 1318 Tourmaline avenue, fit for the American Medical to Sissi Island on Lake Victoria. Invitations have been mailed Association Education and Re-; where Mr. Sloan hunted for a throughout the county to attend search Foundation. This is anjsitiatonga (web-footed antelope)ithe meeting. Reservations and organization that guarantees|and life in camp after the day's \\ r a n s p o r t a t i o n arrange- loans to medical students, in-, 1 traveling and hunting was menls may be made with Mrs. terns and residents as well as 1 ended. • T.RTIFICATE FOB TRANSACTION OF Ul'MNLSS UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME The* xmderMEned does hereby certify thai he is conducting a plastering contracting business located at 127n."> 17th St.. Redlands. San Bernardino County. California, under the fictitious firm name of Inland Plastering and that i^aid firm is composed of the following persons, who-e names in full and places of residence are as follows, to-wit: Arlic E. Alvcrson. 12795 17th St., Redlands. Calif. Witness my hand this 16th day of January. 1964. ARLIE E. AI.VERSO.V. State of California. t County of San Bernardino ' sy. On January 16. 1964. before me. the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for said County and State, residing therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared Arlie E. Alverson. known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument, and acknowledged to me that he executed the same. Witness my hand and official seal. G. E. HERKELRATH. Notary Public in and for said County and State. Filed'-with county cierk Jan. 23. 1964 did not know, unless it was because the area proposed for an- NOTICE OF HEARING ON nexation contains no registered rETirioN FOR PKOBATE OF HILL VOTERS WNIJE fa adjacent land AND FOR LETTERS , „ ' , , . ',. TESTAMENTARY left out has two dwellings on it. m .he superio^cofrtof thes.afc J A u " lc , over an acre is pro- California, in and for the County j posed for annexation. of san Bernardino. Redland's mayor, Charles C. In the matter of the Estate ofi„ , . MABELLE B. TiOTT, - Deceased. Parker, a commission mem- Notice is hereby piven that the ;ber was not prcsent at the SeS- netition of Maxine Bandy for the t . ' . r A . , Probate of win of Mabciie B. Nott .jsion. His place was taken by the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to Maxine Bandy, petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, will be heard at 9:30 o'clock a.m.. on February 14. 1964, in the court room of the Provate Department. Room 303 of the above entitled Court at the courthouse in the City of San Bernardino m the above designated county and .Edward GrCSty was in the mar- state. Dated January 29. l<)r<4. V. DENNIS WARDLE. Clerk. By Edith Campbell. Parker absent, annexation delayed SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- Action on a proposed annexation to the City of Redlands was put off for three weeks at the Wednesday meeting of the Local Agency Formation Commis sion because there was no spokesman from the city present to answer questions com missioners asked. Robert Rigney, administrative aide to the commission, reported that the land to be annexed lies between Nevada and Alabama street and is bounded on the south by the railroad tracks and on the north by the state highway. But commissioners wanted to know why the annexation did not go all the way to Nevada street, to make a more even boundary line. Rigney said he New classes starting in Redlands Adult school Several Redlands Adult Edu-ifercd to those who have had cation classes are starting dur-lsome shorthand — a year or ing the week of February 3rdj less. The class will meet Tues- in secretarial practice and busi-|day evenings, 7:00 to 9:30 in ness subjects, according to Jack! Room 3 with Hazel Graham Binkley, Coordinator. | intermediate Shorthand will Bookkeeping theory andibe given for those who have Practice for Small Business are!had a year or more of given under the direction of| s horthand. The class will re- John R. Stubbs. The Bookkeep ing Theory class includes the bookkeeping cycle, debit and credit, using the account, journals and trial balance. The class will meet for 8 weeks, starting on February 3 in Room 12, at the Redlands High School campus, 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. Office Skills and Business Procedures is a 17 weeks course in the development of skills on four common adding machines and including the rotary and key-driven calculators. Also included is the cutting of stencils and master copies, operation of the duplicating machine, filing and the use of the dictaphone. This class is held on Mondays, 6:45 to 9:45 p.m. Regular and Advanced Typing are given with beginningl Typing on Tuesday and Thurs-j day, 7:00 to 9:30 in Room 11. Advanced Typing will meet on Wednesdays Room 1. The Advanced class will review the keyboard and the essentials of typing. The beginning class will be under the direction of Arthur J. Buchholz and the advanced class will be under the direction of C. Alvin Endcman. Beginning Shorthand is of- view for the first few lessons and then go on in the Gregg textbook. This class will meet in Room 3 with Betty J. Snyder, 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. Enrollments will now be tak en for Adult Education classes upstairs in the Clock Auditorium at t h e Redlands High School campus. For further information phone 793-2256. Californians exhibit paintings in New York NEW YORK (UPD—An exhibition of paintings by 17 leading California artists opened Wednesday in the Palm Garden of the Waldorf-Astoria. i Julius Friderich. telephone 79412386, or Mrs. D. Ellis Crane, j793-1255. i Mrs. Lombardi is a past president of the Los Angeles County! !Federation of Republican Worn-! I en: precinct director for the 143rd Assembly district: member of the State Central Committee if 1948) and served on the United Republican finance committee. She was one of 10 women in the U. S. to appear on a television interview with President Eisen hower in 1960. Mrs. John Bowler of Long Beach, co-chairman for the Southern California committee for Gold water, will accompany Mrs. Lombardi and will also address the Monday evening group. Jerry Pettis of Loma Linda, first Republican candidate to enter the County Congressional primary, will tell of his campaign program and the issue p o n which it will be based. Ray Gregory, field representative for Assemblyman Stewart Hinckley, will speak briefly and will answer questions of current interest in State legislation. Mmes. John Lagerquist, Earl Sams, Fred Niemann and Frank Parrott will be hostesses for the Zanja chapter of The Quest ers, national antique study club, heard an interesting program By Ruth Millett 'entitled "Odds and Ends with j Backgrounds and Anecdotes"; Remcmbcr whcn _ iwhen members met Wednesday, afternoon at the home of Mrs. Parents didn't need each oth- , er*s support to sav "No" to their J. C. Sering, 2320 Zanja drive.; cni i dren or t0 set standards for Mentone. j their conduct? Mrs. Sering gave the program.j It was considered more im- using as her material m any;portant to find room in a home inherited items dating back to: for aged parents or an old aunt the 1800's in Vermont, the timej or unc Ie than for each child to of Gov. Thomas Chittenden from!have the privacy of his own whom she is descended. i room, or for a house to have Many of the articles, now both a living room and play priceless antiques, were handed-room? down through distant relatives | A young couple who married to this generation. Mrs. Sering's! without their parents' blessing interest in antiques began, she 1 , and consent didn't expect their said, as a child and was in-; parents to support them? spired by her mother. j jlost marriages really were During the business meeting.: f 0r better or for worse? the club decided to purchase a. The woman who put h er fami- book on Victorian furniture and , v first was con? idcred to be to present it to Smiley library. ; d " oing hor dutv not shirking it? The Questers aranged a spe | A Menls werc ngilAcd as nal display at the Contemporar>; aceidcnts not as an opportunity social hour fonowing the meet- ,£J ^S&'l^^^ ^ ^T-^ZT^ ing. A table will be set up to r „„ m „.;,,, ,„,;„„„ f„™;,„™ A parental No didn t ha\e to be justified or explained to MRS. LOUIS LOMBARDI accept memberships with Mrs.i r .°.° rn .. w i t:h . antique furniture and Parrott and Mrs. Ivon Pike in charge. Smiley PTA Board Convenes Cub Scout Pack Has Inspection Blue and red ribbons were awarded to dens of Sacred Heart school's Cub Scout Pack 8 Wed Thirty-one paintings in all are; nesdav evening following charter in the exhibit, carrying price!renewal inspection led by How tags of from S350 to $3,500. Four! ard R - Lakc - neighborhood com of the 31 paintings are not for I m'ssioner. The ribbons were sale. All will remain on exhibi-|P rescntccl b >' A - R - whilc - tion until Feb 10 1 Thrcc skl,s wcre Performed 'by Dens 1. 2 and 3. Forensic group to initiate members Robert W. Hughbanks, the com mission alternate and a Rialto Cit^r Councilman. WATCHDOG STOLEN KfRKBY. England (UPI) - kct for a new watchdog today. The dog lie bought after his 3 Deputy cicrk.!' 101150 nau " been burglarized six HEX w. CRANMER. times was stolen Thursday Attorney for Petitioner. l„: rt l,t iFirst Publication Jan. 31. 19641 nlglH. John and Clara Van Denburgh VAN DENBURGH CHRISTIAN MUSICALE Featuring: SATURDAY, Feb. 1, 7:15 p. m. CALVARY MEN'S QUARTET MELODYAIRES TRIO MELODY CHORUS Riverside Municipal Auditorium TWs time bring the entirft family to enjoy radiant performances by excellent musicians of all faiths. Interdenominational (Freewill Offering) DIFFERENT ARTISTS ON 1st SAT. OF EVERY MONTH Formal initiation ceremonies for new members of the National Forensic League of Redlands Senior High School will be held Monday, Feb. 3, it was announced today. Parents of members are especially invited to attend the 7:30 p.m. program in Mullen Lecture hall. Older members will conduct the procedings which will include N.F.L. orientation and information to students and parents on forthcoming tournaments during the spring season. Members listed before Sept. 1963 include Susi Chcsus. Carolyn Collins, Sunny Corum, Kit Howard, Alison Paul, Lowell Ponte, Janis Wells, Vandy Harper, Bruce Hinckley, Matt Lowry, John McElrath, Alan Schrader, Robert Sherrod, Constance Shoemaker, and Suzy Snoddy. Members gaining membership since Sept. 1963 and eligible for initiation include John Biddick, Robert Break, Roberta Brund age, Charles Burgess, Ted Dibble, Dave Emerkh, Larry Fow ler, James Fallows, William Goldie, Steven Jensen, Steve Hauser, Don Abbott, Steve Fox, Richard Freeman, George Gorton, and Dean Kackley. Exhibiting artists included Joe Waano-Gano, a Cherokee Indian now living in Los Angeles whose offering carried the highest price tag; James Swinnerton Herbert Ryman, chief artist for Disneyland; Bill Bender of Oro Grande, a former cowboy and art pupil of Swinnerton; Helen Braunschweighter of Palm Springs; Iinnocenzo Daraio of Beverly Hills; Duncal Gleason of Los Angeles; Sam Hyde Harris of Alhambra; John Hilton of Twentynine Palms; Orpha Klinker of Los Angeles; Daphne Huntington of Hollywood; Paul Lauritz, Clyde Parsons, Edgar Payne, Jack Wilkinson Smith and Arden Von Dewitz of Losj The practice session for of- Angeles; and Orrin White officers of Sapphire Rebekah Russell Mack Phillips, advancement chairman, assisted by Paul J. Hester, Cubmaster, conducted the awards ceremony. Cubs receiving awards at this time were James Newnhan, Jonathan Padavick. Robert Smith, Keith Phillips, Kim Orwig, Richard Braga, Peter Encke, Guy E. Field, David Hodson, Robert Pollack, James Mercier, Michael Poe, James Larsen, Michael Moore, Kevin Conner, Shawn Jezerinac, William Pada vick and Rick Krause. An inspirational poem opened the Smiley PTA board meeting Wednesday. Mrs. Harold E. Robinson, president, urged Smiley parents to attend the unit meeting February 5. An interesting program has been planned by the San Gorgonio Search and Res cue Team. The yearly life membership award will be presented and the recipient will be honored at a luncheon on February 27 and at a dinner on March 10. Announcement was made of the Lincoln PTA Mexican dinner, scheduled for tomorrow from 5 to 8 p.m. at the school. Principal Paul Allen discussed the modern math course accessories. Present Wednesday were Mrs Robert Conney, president: a child? No one felt compelled to Mmes. Fred Arth, F. R. Bar i apologize for honest sentiment ron. Ralph Brooks (welcomed j with a shamefaced "This may back from a visit to Hawaii), Rodney L. Cranmer, E. L. Dan ielson, Walter H. Dore, Anthony R. Gazzo, Charles S. Hunt, Albert Lacy, John Lang, Henry O. Robinson, George Stone; Miss Valerie Stone and, a guest, Mrs G. Calder Bennett. Film Shows CD A Work On National Scale A movie in color titled "To Be and To Do" was shown to the 55 women present Tuesday evening at Court Our Lady of I Coo A/ou/ Snrintl Laurdes, Catholic Daughters of! Jee '\ e 7 ^Hj"'yl America social meeting in Sacred Heart parish hall. The I movie explained highlights of sound corny, but . The important thing about a man was his character — not his public image? A devoted wife and good mother would never have thought of describing herself as "just a housewife," or felt duty-bound to go through life looking younger than her years? To be able to disagree loudly with the majority was considered an American right to be prized, rather than deplored? You must remember. For it wasn't so very long ago. Newcomers To Hats Modeled A pre-Easter hat fashion show will be featured at the being planned for parents. ,c ™ a ™ r n" M Modern math will be introduced * e awork ,. oC ^ ath ^ c Dau S h e " in the first and second gradesi on ,f naf ' onal scale, using the jmc-nthly meeting of Newcomers next year. Plans are to intro-l!? 0 " 0 . 5 of charlly and umt >' as club Monday at 7:45 p.m. in duce it to aU elementary grades; £ , me " . „ "he YWCA activities building, the following year ™ Uowins ,hc movic - Mrs -- Refreshments will be served. Mi« rami stool* ronm.nntorf m A ' Streit ex P lain « d ^ Mrs. Mabelle Dover, who has Miss Carol Steele represented! wwld missions display of rolled; ha d "0 years of experience in the sicth grade teachers in a janrl knitted bandages and bed ., £^ '^^1100 tie discussion regarding the sixth jacket s and the members and. mi "' ncr - v 1IcW grade dents. party for Smiley stu- REBEKAH OFFICERS PRACTICE CANCELED Pasadena. Los Rios RANCHO Open Every Day 9 AM.-5 P.M. Cold Crisp Apples — Pure Raw Apple Cider Los Rios RANCHO Oak Glen Road OAK CLEN Yucoipo, Calif. 7 MILES EAST OF YUCAIPA 16 MILES NORTH OF BEAUMONT Edison fo make refund i LOS ANGELES — State Pub-j lie Utilities Commission directed Southern California Edison Com-I pany today to refund $6,432,000j to its customers. j William M. Bennett, Commis-J sion president, said the sum' represents the amount received; by Edison arising out of the set-! tlement of El Paso Natural Gas Company rate cases negotiated by the PUC. The refunds will be applied as credits to bills for the bimonthly period beginning February 3 and will amount to 78 cents to each of Edison's domestic customers. Last week the PUC ordered Edison to reduce its rates by approximately S7.5 million a 3 - ear beginning January 27 because of operating efficiencies and the lower cost of gas used as fuel to make electricity. lodge, previously announced for 2 p.m. Sunday in the IOOF hall, ihas been canceled. Service Guild Hosts W.S.C.S. Members of Wesleyan Service Guild entertained the Woman's Society of Christian Service and guests in the lounge of the First Methodist Church of Redlands this week. Mrs. Wilma Carlock, president, gave a brief history of the Guild. Devotionals were conducted by Mrs. Esther Summers, assisted by Miss Alice Beaver and Mrs. Helen Malone. An interesting slide illustrated talk on some of her experiences while serving as an instructor at the Army Dependents' School in Korea was presented by M r s. guests then participated in making additional supplies. These articles are to be sent to leper colonies. Mrs. John C. Gorman's committee served refreshments with Mrs. Frank P. Cridlich and Mrs. Clara M. Kane pouring. The next meeting will be February 11 with initiation of new members. club's guest for the program. She will present hat fashions available through The Harris Company for which she has been employed as buyer-merchandiser for their three stores for the past five years, coming from The White House in San Francisco. Because of the general inter est among women in spring fashions in hats, the club invited all to attend, regardless of length of residence in Redlands. Further information concerning the program or the club may be obtained from Mrs. Henry Schalau, 793-1655, or Mrs. Donald Derby, 792-2511. Virginia Woodruff, a member of the Guild. Mrs. Fannye Bell, Mrs. Doris Wells and Mrs. Carlock were in charge of the social hour, with Mrs. Paul Ulmer, president of W.S.C.S., and Mrs. Carlock residing at the refreshment tablc.l TREASURE HOUSE An exhibit of mementos which Your unused furniture or ap- Mrs. Woodruff brought from pliances will find a ready mar- Korea was viewed by the group, iket through Classified Ads. going places Who Has a Birthday FEBRUARY 1 Clinton Paxten Alfred Rtzendei Seth Smith Lewis Stoddard George Bellue Butch Carlson Scott Mercer Jeff Braun Ben Alexander Obel J. Jensen William T. Bloomingdala Anthony Fowler Steve G. Barnes Carl Thorpe Mark Bryan Col. Donald Williams Jim Trefz John W. Ellis Benjamin F. Angus Happy Birrhday from 11 E. Stale Ph. PY 3-250S "Miss Young Fashion" put your money on checks in the fashion futurity! after consulting Spring s form sheet, Cathy Hales has ihis black and white check entry showing its heels to the field in the Fashion Futurity . .. trained by Jack Bloom, this fair daughter of Orion and wool, is distinguished by an easy three-quarter sleeve jacket topped off by a small collar you'll be seeing more and more this season . . . sizes 10 to 16, priced to win at 39.95. Harris' Young Fashions Fashion Floor PHOTO BY JAMES SLOAN

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