Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 10, 1964 · Page 6
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Redlands, California
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Monday, February 10, 1964
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6 - Monday, Feb. 10, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Mexican-American study in UCLA program LOS ANGELES — A three- year study of the social and economic position of the more than 3.500.000 Mexican-Americans in the Southwest will be launched by UCLA under a S450.0O0 grant from the Ford Foundation. The research, coverin? the stales of California, Arizona. New Mexico. Colorado, and Texas, will be conducted by a special Mexican-American Study Project in the Division of Research of the UCLA Graduate TREASURE HOl'SE Your unused furniture nr an pliancts will find a ready mar ket through Classified Ads. School of Business Administration. A research team of specialists drawn from several UCLA departments and from the Univer- 'sily of California, Riverside, is i being assembled under the direction cf Professor Leo (Ircb- 'ler of UCLA. Dr. Joan Moore of the department oi sociology ;st Riverside will serve ;:s associate project director. Chancellor Franklin D. Mur- iPliy of UCLA termed tlir sturdy I oarticularly appropriate for jUCLA since the Los Angeles i community contains the largest |number of persons of Mexican ; leeent of any urban area out| side Mexico City. Dr. Groom to speak on liberalism vs. conservatism The history of ideas which ihave led the United States to , : its present political debate on ! the issue of liberalism versus conservatism will be explored i and analyzed by Dr. John •Groom Wednesday evening. Feb. 12. Dr. Groom's discussion is the next in (he series of Univer- isity of Redlands faculty lectures and will be held in the Peppers 'Art Center, starting at 8:15 p.m. A question-answer period will J follow his lecture. There is no 'charge and the faculty lectures ! are open to the public, j Dr. Groom's lecture is a seg- iment of the heightening politi­ cal interest taking educational form on campus this spring. A ; mock political party convention, j set for May and sponsored by the Young Democrats and Young Republicans organizations, will be a highpoint. He intends to examine in his lecture the concepts and the issues of the ensuing campaign and those which are relevant to a conservative - liberal dichotomy. A member of the UR faculty for 11 years. Dr. Groom is active in thepolitical party of his choice and has served as one of six persons who organized the first State-Wide Issues Con mmm 1 VIMJJ 1 . during our big factory authorized ANNUALSALE ... nin>;i>.-e> nil achievements in the re-creation of sound! 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PORTABLES and RADIOS, ^cut/t w^Tb $100 . xdjojj, . enjo ion of Ufaqnavox SLIGERS MUSIC DOWNTOWN REDLANDS 109 East State St. Phone 793-2827 ,'ference held in 1958 in Fresno ( | by the California Democratic j Council. I Dr. Groom returned to Red| lands this fall after serving for a full year in the university's European program centered in Salzburg. Austria. He travelled throughout Yugoslavia. Hun- 1 gary. Greece. Israel, and the; Scandinavian countries in addi-i ition to the program's study-, tours. < Dr. Groom's major area ofi specialization has been in politi cal theory, political parties and public opinion. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in political science at the University of Southern California in 1955 on the topic, "The Function of Soviet Law — a Critique of Modern Despotism." At the UR. he teaches "History of Russia," participates in the humanities program and has a course in modern political ideas. KEN WILKINSON Wilkinson becomes partner in travel firm Ken Wilkinson, currently with American Air Lines, has become a co-owner of the Atlas Travel Service in Redlands, it was announced today. He joins with Vera Moffett of Riverside in operation of the local agency at 14 N. Seventh street. For the past 13 years, Mr. Wilkinson has been involved in passenger and cargo sales for American Air Lines in the Los Angeles area. He and his wife and 1-t-ycar- old daughter currently live in Buena Park but he hopes, eventually to make his home in Redlands. Mr. Wilkinson, now retired from the navy, was a fighter pilot in World War II but was recalled during the Korean conflict and served as a navy helicopter pilot. "FIRE FROM ON HIGH" — When Elizabeth Miller of the Redlands Camera Club was taking a night picture of the Mormon Temple in Salt Lake, she accidentally raised the camera from the tripod before the shutter was closed. The resulting color slide was so unusual that she tried it in local competition. "That's a 'way out' picture," the judge said. So Mrs. Miller entered the slide in a Photographic Society of America club competition with 56 clubs represented. "Fire from on High" received the coveted third oward. Dr. Beale to open office for psychology practice BETTER THAN GOLD SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) — California farmers in 1962 produced crops and livestock worth S3.3 billion — a value greater than that of all the gold mined in the state since the 1849 Gold Rush. FREE PARKING AT REAR OF STORE Elizabeth A. Beale, Ph.D.. a certified clinical psychologist, today announced the opening of offices for the practice of psychology at 131 Cajon street. She will specialize in psychotherapy, diagnostic psychological tests and counseling for both adults and children. Dr. Beale was formerly associated with the Edgemont Psychotherapy service in Los Angeles and prior to that with the Hacker clinic in Beverly Hills. She has also served as a consultant with the L. A. County Probation department psychiatric clinic and at one time was on the staff of the Youth Authority reception center and clinic in Norwalk. She started her professional career as the first staff psychologist at Patton State hospital from 1948 to 1951 and later served at Oregon State hospital and on the staff of Culver City Child Guidance Clinic. Dr. Beale holds a BA and MA degree from UCLA and a Ph. D. from the University of Kansas. She took her interneship at the VA hospital in Topeka. Kansas, under suprvision of the Menninger Clinic. She is a Phi Beta Kappa, an active member of the American Psychological association, the American Orthopsychiatric association and the Los Angeles Society of Clinical Psychologists. In private life, she is the wife of Dr. James F. Fonscca, assistant professor of Romance languages at the University of Redlands. They have a three- year - old daughter. Bonni- beth, and reside on Fern avenue. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS Dr. ELIZABETH A. BEALE TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Redlands woman hurt in crash in San Bernardino Mrs. James Hope of Redlands was treated at Redlands Community hospital for minor injuries suffered in a three-car crash at Waterman avenue and Third street in San Bernardino Friday night. j Mr. and Mrs. Hope. 94 Eureka j street, were southbound on Wa- ; terman and had stopped at! Third street to make a left-hand: turn when their car was struck; in the rear by another southbound vehicle driven by A. F., Paine, 26405 Rainbow lane, Highland. | The Hope auto was then driven • into the side of a northbound car! driven by Ralph M. Botello. 570; South Eureka, San Bernardino.; Mrs. Hope was released from the hospital after treatment. China Clipper Merit Badge for Good Scouts There's no known Merit badge for it. but two Redlands Boy Scouts found something a bit unusual on a "nature" hike in San Timoteo canyon yesterday. Did anyone lose a complete set of false teeth? For that's what Bill Woolfolk and Mike Lake, both of Troop 11, picked up on the hike. | Was the set lost from some< one's pocket? Or did someone ! throw away an old set? j At any rate, two Boy Scouts 'now have an extra set of teeth, just in case. Meat cutting demonstration planned A meat cutting demonstration on lamb will be given by Robert Miller, A & P butcher, on Tuesday evening as the next meeting of the Adult Education Foods for Homemakers class, according to Jack Binkley, Coordinator. The 8-weeks course is under the direction Sally Jo Hatfield, Home Economist. Last week Don Thorpe, Manager of Sages, spoke to the class. Next week on February 18 Mrs. E. S. Wallihan, Food Editor for the Riverside Press- Enterprise will be the guest speaker. Enrollments will continue to be accepted for this class, arranged to be of particular interest to homemakers. The class meets each Tuesday. 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. in Room 64 at Redlands High School Campus. The registration fee is S3.00. A follow-up course in Finances for JFomemafccrs will start March 31. For further information phone 793-2256. IT'S TJ ; M.E TO REMEMBER Flat tire in mid-Pacific HONOLULU (UPI) — The 17,000 -ton cable ship "Long Lines" was forced to stop in mid-Pacific last week to fix a fiat tire. The ship was laying the first cable link between Hawaii and Japan when the tire — similar to an automobile tire—went flat on that machine used to play the cable out through a cleft in the ship's stern. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads for the very young rA<££*\ oaVthe "young in heart." 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