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4 -Wed., Feb. 26, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts MUSIC MAN — UR Presided George H. Armacost presents to Meredith Willson, composer ond conductor, a citation for his musical accomplishments. Mrs. Willson, the leading lady in several of his Broadway musicals, sang — accompanied by him — at UR convocation yesterday. (Photo by Jim Sloan) Meredith Willson Day big day for UR students A grey drizzle outside was no match to the special kind of sunshine being generated in the University of Redlands Memorial Chapel, Tuesday morning. There may have been "Trouble with a capital 'T' in River City" but the audience reaction to the campus visit of Meredith Willson said things were "Swell" in Redlands. Accompanying the composer her husband who is a member of the UR Board of Trustees; and a personal friend of the Willsons. Wallich was unable to be present as he is recuperating from surgery. Introduced by UR President Dr. George H. Armacost who proclaimed it "Meredith Willson Day," the composer treated all to a rousing, toe-tapping, scene-setting heart-warming glimpse behind the score. With language, rhythm, enthusiasm and liberal use of the was his petite wife, Rini, whom he introduced as his original I grand piano on stage, Willson leading lady — his Marian in]"talked." Time and again the •Music Man," Molly in "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" and Doris in his latest Broadway musical "Here's Love." The Willsons were accompanied by Mrs. Glen Wallichs and were invited to the campus by UR audience broke into wild applause during the "music lesson" as Willsonian oomph illustrated samples of counterpoint and orchestration. Laughter punctuated his account of his beginning in the MENTONE-CRAFT^N By GEN SCHMIDT Iw/tJAPQ, Facts Mentone Correspondent (//Era/j^ Telephone Redlands 794-1903 * \*rww W The Baptist Youth Fellowship ( Program chairman was Paul Berger. Sponsors of the B.Y.F, of the Mentone Baptist church honored their parents at a banquet this last Saturday night February 22 at 6 :30. George Washington theme was used for the decorations and the program consisted of several skits given by groups from the Junior high and the Senior high. Piano solo was given by Mol- lic Bryan and Kitty Reading. Vocal duets by Paul Berger and Jerry Herbert accompanied by Donna Syler. Closint words were given by Rev. Lawrence Caraway. Those participating in the skits were Jerry Herbert, Linda and Nancy and David Oakes, Betsy Griffin, Kitty Reading, Mollie and Susie Bryan, Nancy and Paul Charlton, David Wy- leer, Donna Syler, Carol Sarrett, Patty Neuman, Terry Hobson and Elizabeth Moore. Committees in charge were decorating —chairman Kitty Reading assisted by Betsy Griffin, Linda Oakes, and Donna Syler. Food committee chairman Linda Oakes assisted by Mrs. Annetla Huffstutler who bought the food and did the preparation of the dinner, she was assisted by Mrs. Geo Syler. musical world as a piccolo player in an Iowa school marching band with troubles created by no music holder. "Every other instrument in the band has a music holder that can be used while marching — but it's a sad state of affairs when here in 1964 we have rockets and space ships and still haven't a device for holding music for the piccolo and flute player!" he declared. With his wife's lovely soprano voice and charm assisting him,) Willson, at the piano, filled the Chapel with Music Man's Youth council handles city matters During its brief reign in power yesterday, a youth City Council approved a new loca tion for Redlands Ambulance Service, okayed a snorkel mailbox location, set a public hear ing for an annexation and awarded a $20,000 contract The Council, comprised of five Redlands High School sen iors participating in the YMCA's annual Civic Day, waded through a special Coua cil agenda backed up by their adult counterparts. The special meeting highlighted the Civic Day activities yesterday in which 28 high school seniors participated. First matter considered by the teenagers was a request by Leroy Gish, owner of Redlands Ambulance Service, for permission to move his operation to 41 West Colton avenue. He asked for a variance to allow his ambulance attendants to sleep in the building, located in a commercial district. The Council approved the request, noting that the ambu lance provided an important public service. Next, the Councilmen adopted a Traffic Commission recom mendation to place a snorkel mailbox on the north side of Citrus avenue, across the street from the old Lange and Runkel building. The Council then received a report that the proposed annexation of five acres west of Alabama between the Redlands Freeway and the Southern Pacific railroad tracks had been cleared through the Local Agency Formation Commission. It promptly scheduled a public hearing on the annexation for March 17, Signing of a contract not to exceed $20,000 was authorized with the American Aerial Sur vey company of Covina for de velopment of aerial photo graphs and contour maps of the Redlands area for the city Pub- i lie Works department. Redlands Country Club Thurs- Members of the youth City day golf team, with hopes ofJ5_T!i!! ma *' going into the league playoffs Redlands CC golf team travels Assemblyman STEW HINCKLEY .... Says With the Legislature meshed in the multifold strands of the biggest state budget in history, at least two familiar features stand out: 1. Again the total spending program is at an all-time high, S3.66 billion. This is an increase of nearly a half a billion dollars over the Governor's last proposal. 2. Once again support for local public education has been short-changed. A close examination of the Brown budget figures indicates that the state will be spending $90 million more than its anticipated revenues for the 1965 fiscal year. Despite a $100 million surplus last July, the Gov ernor's spending spree will liquidate all but $8.7 million by the end of the year. Tucked away in this "fancy- dan" political program is a "breach of faith" with our local school districts and home-owner taxpayers. While available sur Planners adopt program for small business A plan for allowing incidental commercial ventures within office buildings in the city's Administrative - Professional districts was adopted by the Planning Commission yesterday. A zoning ordinance amendment approved by the city planners would permit such operations as coffee shops, prescription pharmacies and medical or sickroom supply outlets in tha A-P zones along Brookside avenue and Cajon street. / Under the plan, stringent requirements and conditions must alone. The whole business [be met before a conditional should be cut from the budget.[use permit would be granted for as the project duplicates work)"incidental commercial uses that is more properly done by of last session. Now, we find the Governor swiping some $15 million from the school kids so he can indulge his Administration in "nice but questionable" spending programs. An illustration of this sort of thing is the Governor's proposal that the state technical assistance program to Chile be continued, at a cost of more than S40.000 a year for two salaries the federal government. For California to indulge in "state foreign aid programs'" is patently ridiculous. I ask you, why should California taxpayers underwrite a unilateral state program of international technical assistance when they are already being well-plucked for federal foreign largess? The Governor might be well advised to practice a few- economies and take care of the clearly related and subordinated to the permitted offices and which provide services for tenants and patrons of the building in which they are located." The requirements are designed to make the commercial use unobtrusive. Principal conditions are that the uses must be located within the main buildings; that no external signs or displays are permitted; that customer access must be from within the building and that the total floor area of the incidental operation must not exceed 10 almost completely eliminated by a loss of Green River last week, travel to meet the California CC team tomorrow at Whittier. On March 5th the California squad will come to meet Redlands in the final team match of the season. Playing tomorrow for captain Madison Finlay's squad will be the following RCC men: Ed Patterson and Madison Finlay; Joe Honus and Vernon Lee. Darrel Hudlow and Dave or, and Stephanie Chaffee, Larry Cross, Tom McCutcheon and Tom Rceder. pluses are being exhausted else-!school kids at home before where, increases promised in ad -i spending your tax money on ditionat support for public such crazy items as -foreign pcr CC nt 0 f the total floor arra schools have been cut. :airl to Chile'. : oi the buiwin „ ,J; aS U ' ea ,r " WaS M P T iSCd : What ''V 01 ' ,h ? nk? Yo - ur i Other requirements relate to that $50 milhon would be re-.opinions and suggestions are in- off . strcet rkm „ loadiaz served for additional state aid vited. your- letters should be, and „ our / of 0 f eralioa (6 £ m , this year, to offset the Admini-j addressed to me at the State stration's short-change program'Capitol, Sacramento. Trouble in River City," the gossip song "Pick-a-Little, Talk- 1 , ""rphy: Frank Roberts and are Junior Hi. Paul Berger, Senior Hi. Phil Britton and Mrs. Vander Syler. The B.Y.F. held their election of officers for the coming year this last Sunday night. New officers elected aro — President, Dave Wyper. Vice President — Paul Charlton, Secretary — Kitty Reading, Treasurer — Linda Oakes, and Publicity — Donna Syler. The Missionary Society of the Mentone Baptist church entertained the luncheon and meeting of the Board of Managers Women of the University Association recently. Twenty-four American Baptist Churches were represented. Mrs. Vander Syler President of the local society was hostess Mrs. Louis Huffstutler w a s i chairman of the luncheon she was assisted by Mrs. Ralph Reading, Clarence Charlton, Lewis Taylor, Lawrence Caraway, Stan Fairbanks, Charles Henderson, Steve Hovanas, William Mills, Glenn Repp, Lucille Walling and Andy Wyper. a-Little," and Marian's songs "White Knight" and "Being in Love." Next, they presented their musical wish to Redlands in the vehicle of the title song from Willson's latest show, "Here's Love". With students and professors joining them in the chorus, the Willsons added his piece, "May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You" to their wish. The convocation then adjourned for a special invitational luncheon in the University Commons. Presented by Dr. Armacost. a citation of merit was awarded Willson in recognition of "distinguished achievement as a musical conductor, musical di rector, author and composer.' The citation recognized his contribution of three Broadway productions "Music Man," "The Unsinkable Molly Brown," and "Here's Love" which, it read, "have delighted audiences I A POX W«T COAST TVEATtt Bill Lauer; Dick Rccs Jr., and Dec Cowen; Bert Marcum and Paul Gerrard. Karp Stockton and Dick Finch; Dick Phillips and Fritz Zeincr. Bowling club organizes A Senior Citizens Bowling Club has been organized at Tri-City Bowl, it was announced. About 23 men and women have joined the group which bowls from noon to 3 p.m. each Wednesday. Persons 50 years of age or older are invited to participate. Teachers picked to be honored at UR Thursday Redlands Senior high teach ers Robert Ferris and William Cunningham will be among a i group of outstanding math and science teachers to be honored tomorrow at the Univeristy of Redlands. The Industry-Education Council of San Bernardino-Riverside counties and the UR are sponsoring the "Salute to Excellence" in recognition of outstanding teachers "who have demonstrated high quality work, interest in students and leadership in education." Afternoon discussions on "Today's Science Concepts," and "Misconceptions about New Mathematics." will be led by UR math and science professors. Dr. Gilbert L. Brown, Southern California Industry-Education council president and administrative assistant to the president of the UR, will present the formal recognitions at an evening session. Haight, Mrs. Warjone to speak at GOP meeting Raymond Haight and M r s. Hans W. Warjone will be featured speakers at the Redlands Young Republicans meeting to morrow, Thursday, evening at the Kingsbury school auditorium it was announced today. This is the first in a series of YR meetings open to the pub lie to be held monthly between now and the general election in November. Tomorrow's meeting will start at 8 p.m. Mr. Haight, a teacher at Redlands high school, will discuss the evolution of the Republican and Democratic parties and their current trends. Mrs. Warjone, county precinct chairman for the Republican Central committee, will discuss the importance of an active, voting citizenry. Mr. Haight is a grandson of Henry H. Haight, California governor from 1867 to 1871, and his own father was twice a gubernatorial candidate. He teaches U. S. history, world history and international relations at the high school. The program committee of the Redlands Young Republicans stated that it will devote its efforts to clarifying the distinction between the basic Republican and Democratic philosphies The group also expects to in troduce local Republican candi dates in the months to come with Leland Kaiser, candidate for U. S. Senate, listed as speak er at the March 18 meeting. MAY DROP PILLS GLOUCESTER, England (UPI) — The Family Planning Association branch here is considering banning a birth control pill because seven women who took the pills said they are pregnant. The Mentone Cub Scout Pack; — 3 will hold their Blue and Gold i dinner tonight at the Elemen- 1 tary school at 6:30. All mcm -i bers and parents arc urged to i attend. There will be a meet-, have always been in good tastejing held after the dinner with! as well as good humor." awards given. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads • 123 Colon Slr~i . Pr. 3-4331 Week Days Cont. from 7 P.M. Sat. Cont. from 10:30 A.M. Sun. Cont. from 2 P.M. Walt Disney Presents "The Mis(s) Adventures of MERLIN JONES" Also in Color "Disneyland After Dark" FREE HAWAII MEYIf*n Color Slide MCAIUW Travelogue shown to your Club or Group having some individuals interested in a vacation tour this year. No obligation. Phone or write: Don Bishop, Professional Travel Consultant 797-4075. Rt. 1, Box 1209, Yucaipa. (35758 Grandview Dr.) Mexican Players of Padua Hills LOCATED 3 MILES NORTH OF FOOTHILL BLVD CLARE-MONT "Noche de Primavera" ENDS APRIL 11 Jamaica After Each Performance THEATHE—lYed.,Thnri.. Frl.. S»L S:30. Wed., Sit. SJ0 DINING BOOM — D»ily except MOUIUJ Reservations advisable NAtional 6-1288 We're Getting the Jump On With Fabulous Buys On 1964 PLYMOUTHS & VALIANTS and the • BIGGEST SELECTION of the Finest USED CARS You've Ever Seen HURRY IN TODAY TO . . . GARVEY MOTORS PLYMOUTHLAND 415 Orange 793-2323 VISIT OUR 2nd BIG USED CAR LOT 416 W. Redlands Blvd., 793-4982 SHOP THEN BUY A QUALITY 'USED CAR" AT THE QUALITY CORNER' 1962 OLDSMOBILE '98' Holiday Sedan. Solid white exterior. Full power plus power seats and windows. Also has factory air conditioning. This is • luxury C^IOC class car — Locally owned y«* I # J 1963 RAMBLER 6 Cyl. with overdrive. Model 660 Classic. Solid rose beige body, extra clean inside and out with low mileage. An economy model that ClQQC you will be sure to like! ? •773 1960 OLDSMOBILE Super 88 Convertible. A beautiful solid metallic red body with beige top. Has full power plus air conditioning. A tip top condition ClOOC model. Locally owned ? 107 O 1961 VOLKSWAGEN 2 Door Sedan with sun roof. Radio, heater. An extra clean locally owned car. CDOO Just the car for the ECONOMY MINDED.. ? 1377 1961 STUDEBAKER Deluxe Station Wagon 4 Dr. Standard transmission with overdrive. A solid red wagon with red interior. This is another clean (1 lOO economy model. PRICED LOW ^1 177 1960 FORD Galaxie 4 Door Hardtop. Solid lavender body and ivory top. This is a sharp conditioned model with full power. Radio, heater and ready to go. See to appreciate I aw3 1959 DODGE CORONET 2-Door Hardtop. 2-tone white and red with whitewall tires. Has automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, radio and ClAOC heater. A fine local car PRICED LOW ? IU7J FOR THE BEST IN NEW OR USED CARS SEE YOUR OLDSMOBILE & VOLVO DEALER HARRY & LLOYD, Inc. 200 W. STATE ST. REDLANDS PY 3-2371 Forsberg and Gregory win contract A $491,373 contract for the construction of a 391-scat auditorium at Pacific high school was awarded to the Redlands firm of Forsberg and Gregory at a special meeting of the San Bernardino board of education last night. ! Work is to he under way in about 10 days and the project is scheduled for completion in six months. Forsberg and Gregory has just completed the construction of the new SI million Henry G. Clement junior high schol in ited- lands. to 6 p.m.). J. Lydell Lambeth, one of two men planning a 24-office professional building at 317 Brookside avenue, informed the Commission that he could meet the requirements in placing a small coffee shop within his proposed building. Planning Director W. C. Schindler related that t h e amendment, if approved by the City Council, might also result |in an immediate application for a pharmacy in a Cajon street medical building. The Planning Commission was unanimous in its approval of the proposed amendment, but asserted that the Planning Department should continue i t s study for development of possible additional requirements that would improve the new program. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Feb. 26 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: Small boy starts fire A small boy with matches is believed responsible for a kitchen fire which caused about $250 damage to the Dan Morgan home at 209 Holly lane yesterday, the Fire department reported. Firemen were summoned to; port: the home about 3:13 p.m. to ex -j California navels: 12 cars, tinguish a fire which started in | half boxes $3.67. a trash can. The blaze damaged the floor, windows, curtains and the refrigerator. 56s 72s 88s First grade .. . . 5.07 4.65 3.84 Second grade... .3.28 3.19 3.05 113s 138s 163* First grade 3.53 3.34 3.40 Second grade .2.92 2.91 3.05 Trend: Slightly higher. NEW YORK (UPI)—Citrus re- TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap -j pliances will find a ready mar -j ket through Classified Ads. I HOME OWNERS PAINT STORE Discount Paint Store 9 W. State, Redlands NOW... and from now on ^•STUDEBAKER "in business" SALE! GOOD STOCK! Ye?, now - Ton can toy Studelaler *ith complete CONFIDENCE! Stndebaker management has stated, positively—in the press, over television and radio — that- Stndebaker is staying in the automobile business. This year... next year . .. and years to come! As always, there viH be complete continuity of parts and service for all Stude- iaker owners,. .present and future. See and test drive the 1964 Stndebaker today! FREE SONY TV Nothing to Buy — Just take a test drive in a 1964 Studebaker, and sign the registration card. You may be the lucky winner. A. C. ALMIND 3 Studebaker "43 Years In Redlands" 402 Orange 792-5211

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