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February 18, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 7

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GALLERY VISITORS — Admiring the animal sculptures of Betty Davenport Ford ore Bob Stieber and Nancy Obenchoin, both freshmen at the University of Redlands, as they view the current exhibit in the Lyon Art Gallery at Smiley library. Paintings by Karl Benjamin, Roger Kuntz and Jae Carmichael; enamel work by Margaret Barlow and weaving by Vera Strong are included in the current exhibit which closes Sunday after show hours. Photo by Clifford J. Kcnison. Fact* Photographer Mentone Democrats elect delegates Mentone Democratic club called a special meeting Sunday to elect delegates to the San Bernardino County Endorsing Convention scheduled for February 29 on the Orange Show grounds. The meeting was at the Warren Clingman home, 1603 Capri avenue. Mentone. Selected were Messrs. and Mmes. Bill Keilison. Richard C. Collins. Clingman, Hcinrich Schuppisscr and J. Earl Glaectn; Messrs. Victor Simmons. Henry E. Douglas, James Hart: and Mmcs. Adelaide C. Hinshaw. H. J. Schroeder and Emma Jene Dailey, delegates. Elected delegates to the Slate DCD convention in Long Beach February 21-23 were Mr. Clingman, Chester F. Eliy, Mrs. Hinshaw and Mrs. Schroeder. delegates, with Mrs. Clingman, Mr. Collins. Mr. Gladden, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beedy, Mr. and Mrs. Schuppisscr, Mrs. W. 0. Goodart. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kei­ lison, Mr. Schroeder and Vic tor J. Simmons, alternates. Animal sculpture art exhibit The animal sculpture of Betty Davenport Ford has attracted much interest during the current show at Lyon Art Gallery, now in its final week. The show, featuring two men and four women artists, will be open Wednesday, Friday and Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. The gallery is located at the rear of Smiley Library. Mrs. Ford, a graduate of Scripps College, received her master of fine arts degree from Cranbrooke Academy of Arts, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Her book on "Ceramic Sculpture" will be published in the spring. An instructor at Scripps and Pasadena City College, she won many awards, including the S2.000 purchase prize at Los Angeles County Museum in 1954 and a $300 prize at Sacramento State Fair. The enamel-on-copper panels in the show are by Margaret Barlow, a Carlsbad resident, who has taught at Otis Institute in Pasadena. A graduate of Mills College, she has her master of fine arts degree from Cranbrook also. Vera Strong, the weaver in the Lyon show is a resident of Riverside. She also studied at Cranbrook, as well as in Sweden. Jae Carmichael, who shares February painting honors with Karl Benjamin and Roger Kuntz, has her bachelor degree from University of Southern California and MFA from Claremont. She has studied with Francis de Erdely, Rex Brandt, Millard Sheets and Dong Kingman. Miss Carmichael has had 18 one-man shows, including one in Mexico City. She is represented in many permanent collections. She likes to paint universal subjects, such as trees, rocks, flowers, doing many studies until she arrives at an; Home spacing to be on planner agenda The Redlands Planning Com mission will have before it at its next meeting Feb. 25th a mo tion from the Park Commission concerning undesirable spacing of homes in new subdivisions William C. Collett proposed the following motion which was passed unanimously. "The Park Commission strongly requests the Planning Commission to restudy the zoning south of Highland avenue and west of Cajon street with a view of making building sites 20,000 square feet or more, and when necessary making use of topography, not only for beautification purposes but also to eliminate unneccs sary pads. "Further that when possible throughout the City of Redlands they try and separate building sites both for privacy and esthetic purposes. For example the close spacing of the homes in the tract south of Sage's and elsewhere does not lend to the type of living that Redlands is noted for and 'which we believe the public wishes to have maintained." Included in the area that the Park Commission wished to have restudied is the proposed Prospect Park land. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. MEETS WITH APPROVAL ATLANTA (UPD—The hand of discipline applied to the scat I of learning met with approval of Georgia legislators Thursday. i The lower chamber, on an overwhelming 115-1 vote, approved a bill which would safeguard teachers who administer spankings from civil or criminal lawsuits. Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, Feb. 18, 1964 - 7 J Court room to I be added to | Norton building A court room will be added to building S-20 at Norton Air Force Base. An addition of 10S9 ^square feet will be attached to Oakland firm lew on desert highway bid Frcdrickson & Watson of Oakland, with S5.929.019 was low- bidder for constructing about the structure for a court room. 17.8 miles of the Barstow Free- The present court room of 618 way. Interstate Highway 15 square f ect be remodeled !(U.S. Highway 91-466) between for a witness waiting room. iCroncsc Valley and two miles court stenographers office and least of the community of ;ccmbmcfi nbrarv aml con f cr . Baker, according to C. V. K3ne. encc room District Engineer of the Cali- Bk , date am , , afc js 1;30 , forma Division of Highways m March 3 at (ne VAFB con . San Bernardino. | trading office. Value of the Initial construction will pro!vide two 12-foot driving lanes! with 10-foot shoulders on the outside for traffic in each di- CAR SMASH — Redlands High school students whipped up enthusiasm for this afternoon's crucial basketball contest against San Bernardino High by swinging sledgehammers in a "blow for victory." Tim Henry, a junior, fakes his turn. Students paid 10-cents for two swings at the car body which was battered into a crumpled hulk. The funmaking took place during the lunch hour recess. project is listed as under $25,000. A bid was awarded to Fred irection. Sufficient right of wav' Egsers - of Bloomington S9.900 has been purchased to provide fP 1 " repair an , d "Kernattons _ to ifor additional lanes when traf- thc P"™"? eIeclnc d'stnbution jfic increases and funds become overhead llnc (available. The two roadbeds' . will be separated bv a driving! . , , , . strip varying in width from 60j he ^r-level interchange m feet to 100 feet LoS An S eles and La « \cgas. Bridges and ramps to provide! The contractor will have ap- for the interchange of trafficjproximatcly 14months to com- OVERSEAS BANKERS NEW YORK (UPI) — First National City Bank of New York has 7,000 workers in its overseas branches, for example 248 in Caracas, 137 in Hong Kong and 202 in Paris. CHIEF NAILS HIMSELF CHELTENHAM. Eng. (UPI) —Police Chief Edwin White who started legal proceedings against himself for careless driving leading to an auto accident was fined $56 .Monday. i between the freeway and local roads will be constructed at Rasor Road. Soda Road, and at the junction of State Highway 127 and Kelbaker Road in Baker. At the w est end of Baker an interchange will also, . accomodate traffic to and fronv" 00 ;. Gordon '; Ba "- and ,. E the west, and at the cast endi L - ^ ea " cr of San Bernardino, plete this project. During this time, traffic will pass through the construction area with as little delay and inconvenience as possible. A total of 7 bids were received with Kasler Construc- of Baker an interchange will be provided for traffic to and from the east. When this segment is completed, there will be nearly 300 miles of multilane divided freeway and expressway between as a joint venture, bidding $6.125.159 was second, while $6.187.179.70 by Griffith Company of Los Angeles, was third. SELL IT TOMORROW With low- - cost Classified Ads abstraction, which represents her reaction to the subject matter. Two gallery talks have been sponsored by the Lyon committee this month, one by Rhea Applewhite and the other by Roger Kuntz. Both were well attended. The gallery committee is composed of volunteers, with .Airs. Eldon E. Hite serving as chairman while Benjamin Rabe is on vacation. Mrs. Kenneth .Morse hung the February show, and Mrs. Robert Blumenthal has scheduled the volunteer hostesses. The services of some 25 people are needed to produce a show each month. 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