Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 18, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Redlands Daily Facts 2 -Tuesday. Feb. 18,1964 Youth Concert To Feature Two UR Musicians Two University of Redlands musicians, a composer and a trombonist, will combine their talents in the Music for Youth concert on Sunday at 4 p.m. in the UR Memorial Chapel. James R. Jorgenson, trombonist, will play the last movement of the Concertino for Trombone and Strings composed by UR Professor Wayne li. Bohrnstedt. This trombone m >also will highlight the performance of the Redlands University-Community Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. David Daniels. Norman Baffrey, commentator, will introduce Symphonies by Tchaikovsky and Schumann as well as an Overture by Schubert and "March to the Gallows", from the "Fantastic Symphony" by Hector Berlioz. | Founder of the annual orches-j Iral symposium, which presents, premiere performances of unpublished works. Dr. Bohrnstedt has won first prize in the Oppcnheimcr Memorial Contest for Ohio Composers and first prize in the national Federation of Music Clubs Composition Contest. His compositions have been played by the Detroit Symphony, the Eastman-Rochester and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor ! | Dramatic Sketches By Talented Duo Entertain At Woman's Club Elizabeth Barrett Browning's beloved poem, "How Do I Love Thee", set the theme for the program presented yesterday afternoon by Rena and Stanley Waxman of Contemporary Club members and their guests. Imaginatively creating scenes to depict "the many moods of love", the talented duo showed sensitive flair for the elements of the drama as they depicted the various moods—"the tempest in courtship, breeze on the honeymoon, shining flower in the spring of marriage and the winter of wedlock." Robert Browning's first meet DR. WAYNE R. BOHRNSTEDT consin where he was instructor and brass specialist. At the University of Redlands. Mr. Jorgenson directs the Bulldog Marching Band and the Concert Band which goes on tour every spring. There is no charge for admis sion to this concert, and the public is invited to attend. Engineering Vote help Mr. Jorgenson, assistant professor of public school music, lias previously directed musical groups at Wharton Junior College and the University of Wis- LOS ANGELES (LTD — A voter - information program in Spanish, designed to help the Mexican - American population in Southern California, was launched Monday by the League of Women Voters. attracts few women Law protects women from arrest, he says APPLETON, Wis. (UPI)—Attorney Abraham Sigman has filed a brief in behalf of a female client claiming that ar„, [resting women for traffic viola- LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The| tions u , , dean of the University of South- \ ern California School of Engin- 1 1Ie » 10a .f ar «>'«» s a « e ecring suggested today that the aw which he said makes it il- engineering field needs "the ! lc 8 al t0 arrcst thfi faircr sex woman's touch." P n an f ctl ° n t0 recover 3 fme Dr. Alfred C. IngcrsoU. mak- or penaIty ' , ing the comment in connection Sigman filed the brief to get with Engineer's Week, said that (dismissal of a charge of dnv- despite available scholarships]ing while under the influence and immediate job opportunities of alcohol against his client, few women are attracted to en- \ -Mrs. Dorothy J. Jarchow, 51, gineering. f of Appleton. . ing with his delicate Elizabeth; Dorothy Parker's humorous "Here We Are", 0. Henry's "Gift of the Magi" and Robert Fontaine's short story, "My i Mother's Hands" provided contrasting episodes created in the couple's vividly portrayed I sketches. Junior Women of the club were special guests of the day and their president, Mrs. William - W. Whitmer was introduced on stage by the Contemporary club president, Mrs. Carrol M. Crane. Mrs. Ernest Richards, coordinator to the Junior Women, was also presented. Applause greeted the report by Mrs. Lewis Rothstein, chair' man of the recent Valentine luncheon and card party, who announced a profit of $720 from the successful affair. Mrs. Crane also announced that 50 couples had attended the Fri day evening couple's Valentine party and potluck dinner. Mrs. Crane reminded mem bers of t h e approach of the deadline for reservations for the March 5 bus trip to Descan< so Gardens. On the tea committee yesterday were Mrs. Frank D. Adams, chairman; Mmes. Ingeborg Stroben, James T. Harker a n d C. Paul Ulmer. Pouring were Mmes. Leonard N. Keith, Ralph D. Graham, Christopher Barnes and Ann Ford Farran. Mrs. Edgar R. Fisher and Mrs. John L. Yount were hostesses. Answers to key questions about the investor-owned electric utility industry and the all-electric future How does Edison help create job opportunities in Southern California? Investor-owned companies such as Edison have a real slake in the prosperity of their home communities — and are busy- clear across the country doing something; about building business and attracting 1 industry. Example? Here is one of a scries of national advertisements published by Southern California Edison. PREMIERE STARS — George Alexander, balladeer, listens to a little homespun philosophy from the beloved Will Rogers (George Dunn) in the new "Ballad of Will Rogers" by Arnold Marquis and Don Quinn to be premiered this week at the University of Redlands. Production dates are tomorrow through Saturday at 8:15 p.m. in the Little Theatre on the Zonjo. Interest in the new musical has resulted in a sell - out of all performances. (Photo by James Sloan) "Will Rogers" Musical Premiers Tomorrow At UR PRODUCTION LOCATION CJi-VCRCITY •The Ballad of Will Rogers," which will have its world premiere at the University of Redlands Little Theatre on the Zanja Feb. 19 through 22 at 8:15 p.m. tells the story of one of America's most beloved ; characters. | In presenting the Oklahoma ! cowboy who rose to fame as entertainer, columnist, satirist, political commentator, homespun philosopher, and world ambassador of humor and good will, playwrights Arnold Marquis and Don Quinn have received nostalgic segment of Americana as a drama, song and dance the story sweeps, in cavalcadian style through the roaring twenties, through the great depression and into the early thirties of this century. Composer Gene DePaul i makes tasteful use of the folk • and jazz idioms in his musical 'score, and choreographer Ward j Ellis has given the show I sprightly pattern and pace. ! Fred Wilson, for 25 years associated with NBC was choral 'production, talent director, is ; musical director. Bob Moody of Motion picture, opera and television fame, is serving as choral director. George Dunn, popular TV actor, will play the title role in the premiere and George Alexander, folk singer, will appear as the balladeer- narrator. With the stars will be University student actors Eleanor Fishman, Alice Higginbotham, Carol Oshita, Marcia This ad dramatizes the advantages of sun- kissed Culver City as the "perfect plant site" for a modern industry. The advertisements are part of a consistent drive by Edison to attract industries to the 11-county area which we serve. How does the electric industry help ease your tax load? The investor-owned electric utility companies rank first of all industries in total taxes paid in support of local, state and federal governments (see chart below). First for everyone BERLIN. N.Y. (ULD—Wheni a woman saw a policeman put-; ting a parking ticket on her; snow-covered car Monday shei protested, saying, "officer thisl is my first ticket in more thani 20 years." Patrolman George Simard; handed her the ticket and said.! "We'll both have something to remember. This is the first ticket I've ever given out." 1 It was his first day on patrol., w^' MAKC marcs Wilson, Jan Pearce, Edward Railsback, Jim Watson and Ray Whitmus. Host producers of the production are Albert and Bertha Johnson, directors of the UR drama Department. Season ticket patrons who hold tickets for the originally scheduled "Prize Plays" may use these same tickets for "The Ballad of Will Rogers" now scheduled for those same dates. Patrons should bring their "Prize Play" tickets and attend the performance for which they hold reservations. Those who cannot use the tickets they are holding are requested to notify Betty Garnsey, drama department secretary, and let her know in order to accomodate those on the waiting list resulting from a sell-out of all performances. Nor improper Using allowances as a bribe or a club defeats their purpose— to teach handling of money. LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Superior Judge Ralph H. Nutter has upheld the election of Louis R. NowcII as city councilman in the first district, ruling that Nowell's giving of scrolls to friends was "not necessarily improper." TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. :*1' TOTAL TAXES PAID BY TEN LEADING INDUSTRIES INVESTOR-OWNED ELECTRIC UTIUTY CP'S COMMUNICATIONS BEVERAGES PETROLEUM REFINING MOTOR VEHICLES TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS ELECTRICAL MACHINERY Night light for a nervous dachshund One day a man called us about a dog. Seems the dog was afraid of the dark. The man at Southern California Edison (a dog-owner himself) suggested a special night light and a good electrician. Result: dreamless sleep for a calmed canine and a delighted owner. Day after day (and night) the investor-owned electric utility companies do more than provide low-cost electricity. We try to please every customer. Like any citizen, we pay taxes to help build the new schoolhouse, library and fire station. We take pride in being good neighbors—and in actively helping to build our home communities. For news of how community job opportunities are being opened up for you and your neighbors, read right. One of the many important differences between government-operated power agencies and investor-owned electric companies is this: The former are supported by taxes — while the investor-owned utility companies are major supports of the community, the state and the nation. Southern California Edison pays faxes to help build and maintain schools, fire stations, police systems and other main- .stays of our way of life. Edison's total taxes for 1962 came to SS5.7million (that's about one quarter million dollars every day of the year)! Taxes represent almost 24 cents of every dollar of our revenue. For more details, send for your copy of "The Answers to 30 Questions'.' Write: Advertising Department, Southern' California Edison Company, P.O. Box 331, Los Angeles 53, California, GIVE YOUR HOME LUXURY IN DEPTH LANSLEY ACRJIAN CARPET BY Luxuriously deep-textured in dense Aerilan acrylic and mod- acrylic pile, this beautiful carpet was made to create a decorating mood of response and leisure. And there's a fresh depth and clarity to the range of colors in which it comes. NELSON Southern California Edison [NEL Z HAL li,. i -l Ul Square Yard 11 95 furniture HALES dtcorafi 128 east stole street, redlands It's easy to shop at home when considering carpet. Call 793-5665 and one of our experienced decorators will bring samples to your home.

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