Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 12, 1964 · Page 10
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 10

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 12, 1964
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10 - Wed., Feb. 12, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts MISS REDLANDS HOPEFULS - Candidates for the 1964 Miss Redlands title are (kneeling, left to right) Kelley McCreery, Becky Tirey, Emilijane Allaman, aKthleen Whiter, DeMaris Lindsey, Junette Avey, Sandy Becotte and Raye Hibbard. Back row, standing are Melodye Stuber, Cynthia Sprague, Dale Foy and Carolyn Fulton. Missing from the picture are Barbara Miller, Raye Hibbard, Jean Leary and Patti Buhlert. Miss Redlands will be selected Saturday night during 8 p. m. judging at the Clock Auditorium on the Redlands High school campus. (Photo by Jim Sloan) Sally Rand to be on TV without her fans Supervisors controls for in desert Didn't even have a violin INSPECTION TRIO - Lt. Gen. John D. Ryan, right. Inspector General of the U. S. Air Force, chats with his deputy, Maj. Gen. Bertram C. Harrison, left, and Brig. Gen. Jay T. Robbins, Director of Aerospace Safety, USAF, following arrival Tuesday at Norton AFB by T-39 jet from Washington, D. C. In addition to receiving briefings on the Air Force's global inspection and safety programs, the Pentagon visitor is scheduled to tour the office building now under construction at Norton for occupancy by the 1002nd Inspector General group in April. General Ryan was to leave today. (Air Force photo) By VERNON SCOTT UPI Hollywood Correspondent HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Sally Rand is coming lo television, but she's not bringing her famous fans with her. Sally did more for plumes during the 30s and 40s than a barnful of peacocks and, surprisingly, is still fluttering her exotic feathers in a night club act. Surprising because Sally will soon be 60 years old. NBC-TV has signed the blonde fan dancer to play hostess for a special hour-long show on barnstorming carnivals. "I began going on the road with carnivals in 1948," Miss Rand explained. "I love carnivals and I know all about them, so I guess I'll make out all right as the narrator for the TV show." Still Fanning Though she won't throw a competilivc scare into Tuesday Weld, Sally is a hit currently at the Colony Club in nearby Gardcna, Calif., where she performs her fan dance four times nightly to a packed house. Her act has changed very little from the days when she was arrested for wearing nothing but the fans. Back in the 40s she described her dance as "white bird flying in the moonlight." Asked if she still dances in the nude, Miss Rand demurely replied, "you'll have to see the act. The Rand is still quicker than the eye." Sally lives in Glendora, 30 miles from Los Angeles, with her mother, a brother, and her 15-year-old son, Sean. She is unmarried now, although she was at one time Mrs. Turk Greenough, Mrs. Harry Finklestein and Mrs. Fred Lall. Her real name is Helen Gould Beck. "Nothing changes," she said. "Least of all my act. It has always been choreographed to Chopin and Debussy. And I still use ostrich feathers.." Sally and her fans gained fame at the Chicago World's Fair in 1933 and added lustre at the San Francisco Exposition in 1939. Sally continues lo import herj fans from Africa. She says they' cost 5500 a pair, three times as much as she spent for them in the old days. Due to her exertions on stage, they wear out after only 100 performances. "All my imitators have faded away," Sally said happily. "Most girls arc not equipped to handle fans because they don't have the chest and arm muscle development. The fans weigh seven pounds each, and they're five feet long. I'm only five feet tall. "Well, when you think of all the air pressure against them when you're waving them in the breeze, you can really feel their weight." Sally says she has always been confused with strip teasers, a notion she abhors. "They make a mockery of sex," she explained. "My dancing is nothing like that at all." Televiewers will never have a chance to find out. Next April when the "carny" special hits the air Sally will be fully dressed and the only fans in the studio will be the electric variety. : sheep in aeserr ; PIERRE. S.D. (UPD — state !,,,,, , . Comptroller John C. Pennc's ; Herds of sheep wandering over invcsligators whilc auditing lhc icounty roads and destroying pn- b00ks of 0acoma- S . D ., fou nd :vatc property have prompted the; an cspcnditurc of S10 listcd as :County Board of Supervisors to'.. firldnng arollnt i.- Iscck new grazing controls in the; Pcnne said lhc oacoma offi- J desert area. ! ciaIs llscd .. too co i orfu i ]an . Red Carpet guagc" in their reports. | A county ordinance giving the i sheriff's office power to crack, idown on careless sheepherders' . , . !is being prepared for enactment Q | VOrCe CjrailTSd I February 25. '; . _ , I Supervisor Ross Dana saidj ^pj, FOrO that he would move that the! ordinance be approved as an 111 I jfl IdohO gency measure, making it ef-j fectivc as soon as the vote is' FAIRFIELD, Idaho (UPI)— taken. |Mrs. Anne McDonnell Ford, 44, The Supervisors' action on\ v jf e 0 f Henry Ford II, today controlling the sheep that havej W as granted a divorce in brief passed through the county f o r 1 proceedings in this small many years resulted from pleas j southern Idaho community. Sign of the time from residents of the desert areas at a public hearing held Monday afternoon. About 50 persons from all corners of the desert crowded the Board chambers to ask for relief. Charles Davison, of Lucerne Valley, who has been pushing Fourth District Judge Charles Scoggin granted the divorce lo the socially prominent Mrs. Ford. The proceedings took about 20 minutes and Mrs. Ford quickly returned to seclusion at Sun Valley ski resort, a short NEW ORLEANS (UPI) — A| group of celebrants at Tuesday's Mardi Gras were costumed as composer Ludwig von Beethoven and carried signs that read: "Beethoven Si, "Beatles, No." Supervisors for several years fori distance from Fairfield, some action, introduced most of! Grounds for the action were those who appealed to the Board : not available immediately, for the controls. Charles Harvey, j T1 'c Fords separated last Aug. also of Lucerne Valley, said that; 3 an(i Mrs - F °rd came to Idaho last year several thousand I several weeks ago to establish sheep travelled through the areaj rcsi[lcncc on their way to Antelope Valley. | " "They ravaged privately owned! Facts Classified Ads property from Joshua Tree to 1 Can Sell Anything Apple Valley," he said. ' Call 793-3221 1 No nnc stays a stranger in i Redlands after our Hospitality Hostess has called on them They arc welcomed into our civic activities, and greeted by our merchants with gifts of goodwill. Call your hostess at 792-3936 and arrange for a Hos pitality Hostess visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Van Vleet and their three children from Colorado; Mrs. Joan L. Hull and her child from Texas; and Mr. and Mrs. Don R. McAllister from Idaho are all wet come newcomers to Redlands. Also on our welcome list is Mr. and Mrs. John J. Gilson from India; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore B. Prcscott from Illinois; and the Bernard J. Zylstra family from Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arnett and their three children from Canada; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Woolworth from Turkey; and the Joe G. Hurtubisc family from Canada are all welcome new members of our community. | Other recent arrivals include the Raymond C. Wells family| from Utah; Mr. and Mrs. Paulj E. Scott and their two children! from Ohio; and Miss Joyce Van-! tier Vegtc and Miss Helen Pennings from Iowa. I Mrs. Vioia Winkler from Mis- by Dottie Walters souri: the Dennis E. Gray family from Bloomington: and Mr. land Mrs. Ludwig Roth from Baldwin Park are welcome new residents. Also new to our area is the Benjamin M. St. Gcrmainc family from San Jacinto; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Allen and their four children from Fontana; and the Lyle C. Applegate family from Yucca Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Max E. Quig ley came to us from Palo Alto; Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Mathews and their three children moved to our community from Baldwin Park; and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver C. Lunderman came from Highgrove. Yucaipa was the former home town of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Flack and their thre children; from Temple City came the Richard T. Taylor family; and from Elmhurst, Illinois, came newcomers Mr. and Mrs. Elwood E. Lawson. The Clyde A. Pcnwell family from San Bernardino; Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Hvolbck from Temple City; and M-Sgt. and Mrs. Douglas A. Ferris and their two children from Marys- villc arc welcome newcomers to our community. Our welcome to new neighbors! .Mr. and Mrs. Jan M. Fuller! Negro rapist j Jesse on side executed j of the law in Texas IIUNTERSVILLE. Tex. (UPI) —Jesse Parker, 23. of Dallas was executed early today in the electric chair at Iiuntsvillc Prison. His last words included a prayer that he would be the last man to so die in Texas. He was pronounced dead at 12:07 a.m. Parker, a Negro, was convicted of raping a white woman in Dallas, Nov. 24, 1961. Hope to stop car thievery NEW YORK (UPI) — A theft- prevention device may drive automobile thieves crazy due to frustration, according to a report today in a McGraw - Hill publication. When the unit is installed, any tampering with the ignition wires locks the brakes. If the brakes are released the fuel supply is cut off. If the fuel supply is adjusted the brakes will lock again and the ignition system becomes grounded. from Hemet; also to the Donald L. Thornton family from Los Angeles; and to Mr. and Mrs Lawrence M. Lewis from Rialto. LARAMIE. Wyo (UPD-Jcssa James pinned on a deputy sheriff's badge Tuesday and pledged to keep law and order in Albany County. But this Jesse claims he is no relation to the notorious outlaw who terrorized the Missouri and northern Arkansas countryside following the Civil War. James said, however, he did serve in the Army with two men named Bob Ford and Wyatt Earp, two other famous western names. Ford was the man history says shot Jesse James in the back. Earp was a lawman in the Old West. Deputy James was born in Denver Feb. 19, 1939. and moved to Laramie a short time later. James was on active duty with the Army at Ft. Leonard Wood. Mo., in 1957 when he met Earp and Ford. WRONG COVERING JOPLIN, Mo. (UPI) — Mrs. Bertha Hampton is looking for some kind of material to cover her chicken house to keep the birds protected from the cold. She was advised by patrolman James Love Sunday that the American flag she had draped over the coop was not being properly displayed. Before You Buy! We're Celebrating ... OLDS IS FOURTH IN SALES There's No Substitute For Quality ... 8 Series —34 Models to Choose From YOU can BUY an OLDS for as little as *2332 Delivered in Redlands Plus Tax & License Who Has o irfiiday FEBRUARY 13 George Ellquist Glen Johnson George Phillips Horace D. Jones A. Jimmy Smith Wesley Ogle David Eisenberg Gerard Pounds Dale Christiansen Andy Baker Bary and Cary Chambers Danny Barton Billy Bohner John Fredericks W. G. McKea Happy Birthday from 11 E. Stat* Ph. PY 3-2505 JETSTAR 88 4-Door Sedan Equipped with whifewall tires, tinted glass, power steering and brakes, automatic trans., radio, heater, padded dash and carpeting. 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