Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 27, 1964 · Page 6
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February 27, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 6

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6 - Thurs., Feb. 27, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts RHS string orchestra in two appearances Susie Chesus wins Legion oratorical event Bookkeeping course being offered An Adult Education course in I Bookkeeping Theory is an eight- \ Grand Jury report Revision urged in planning commission TIZZY By Kate Osann Susie Chesus. third year | speech student at Redlands Sen- Members of the Redlands, tie Fugue, Scherzo, Across Tiicl ior Hi ^ h Sch ° o1 - wi " represent j weeks course offcrccl on Wed-1 „ . . . . ° 'American Legion Post 106 m.'ne.'sdays. i to 9:30 at the Red-' A revision in the program of and experience required for ov- lligh School String Orchestra.Wide .Missouri, and March of. spccch compelition Sunday,'.lands High School campus in the County Planning commis- erall planning functions, will appear in two separatc^he Paper Dragons. Many of March 1st at Escondido. accord-! 1 * 00 " 1 l2 - according to Jack sion and department to provide 2—That funds be made avail- performances this week as thev,these numbers were plaved ing to Legionnairre Don Mont-'•Binkley, Coordinator. more time for planning and tOjable for the occasional employ- plavcd for the Noon Activities'by the R.H.S. string group be-igomery. contest chairman. i It is a practical course con-.'devote less time to hearings :ment of experts in certain plan- Mi<:s Chesus fhc daughter of' ccrnin S bookkeeping theorv. cv- ° n exceptions was recom-;ning fields and that their Program for R.H.S. students'fore the students of Cone Jr 1 M'ss Chesus. the daughter of ! tl, '"'"B uwKKeepins tneory. cy- -•• ——j- - , siuuems lore me samems oi uopt jr. ^ ^ ^ ^ c]c _ dchjt aM frcdu ^ ^ mended by the 13o3 Coun-,recommendations be given ser-! 3c- .. ,, , '., .^rrnunt innrnnk ledgers, and *•** Grand Jury. today and will play for the' nigh Sclnl last month. P.T.A. Luncheon Friday noon cor( !i ng l0 Mr . w -aitr. at Knox Hall of the First Prcs- ... , .. . byterian Church. ' 'Ivmbers of tn.s stnn; "11 Summit Redlands won" thn' account - J 0LIRNALS - ledgers, and }jraDa Jllr - V - j ious consideration, local American Legion Orator- tri31 ba ' an c<"i for small busi- The report notes that the sev-: 3—That existing zoning laws or- ;„.,i ^„(„ c , ,„,i ,,,„„ „,„„„,I„I nesses. en-membcr appointive commis- :an d ical contest, and then proceded other regulations be cn- cheslra at Redlands include -o C a" D ,iir7ton fi^<i nlar'p ^7!^ Un dcr the direction of John R. sion has the three major duties forced unless there is a prepon- Jcncll All?n. Mark Bk-i-schbach. rp<;pn V p "' r . rn..n.'iStubbs. the course is of par;:- of planning for the intelligent derance of evidence to support Virginia Branson. Chris ilovt. = '" °i»h niv cuiar > Dt <™st to those desiring control and correlation of the an exception. Dixie Jarmvn. Sus-m Kanaga. si .,' orwl and c," n 110 work for sma11 ln,sinesscs - county's expansion and growth. -J-That more time Sharon Mur- erside. Orange, and San Die Counties. be af-j so ; Mr. Stubbs has planned t h c of administering zoning laws 'forded for the planning func-i cheslra at Redland As a noon petivitics spon sored by the Student Body of Redlands High, the Orchestra p e r f o r m c d an all-classical naw ..na '"Lofton. .. ... ,,„„,„„ , - , , ,. ' , ,r • tion musical program consisting ot rav ^ nn , Iacv (;ma v nnco l - UUIi(,c; '- course so that at the end of the and ordinances and of hearing uu "; rant ' the selections thev propose to " " r R = ,n M-.ri- Included in this county-wide eight sessions, each student will exceptions to those laws and: ,V rs " Luk , c of Redlands was i play next month at the Lnivcr-io-.u.,..,,.--,... ,_„„. ^ hno ui;„ competition were representa-have a notebook on bookkeeping other variances, CUJI. man oi in e uranu jury. sitv of Redlands Musical Fes-! x ^T r l ,{ rr v' r v^" «vcs from Fontana. San Ber- theory, review sheets ot the va- But it declares that "So much T"™^ W *- ICh StU ^ Shc i tival. These selections include^ " nardino. and Colton. The Amer-rious lectures, and exercises pre- of t(lc Emission's and tho de- £Aland's wa a co^ Overture to the Messiah by ^iJ^l'Z*..™™: 'ican Legion contest is based on pared in class that illustrate the , )a rtmcnt's time is devoted toi^e mcSr I Handel. Minuet from the Sixth study and speaking on the use of theory. hearing 'exceptions - that little . 1 ! Suite by Rameau. and Verme PAINrUl - V " N United States Constitution. This: Enrollments will continue to ,, r na lime is a |[ owc< i f or j ls j land, an old Swedish Folk Song. LONDON (UPIl — Jack!" includes a 10 minute speech on;o<? accepted. planning function." Pledge of Allegiance ! Under the direction of Mr. Brown cf Edinburah won the responsibilities of an Amer-. For further information con-, Tflc Crnnd Jurv nade the fol-. : F "ancis Bellamy wrote thej Fred V.'aitz. tne Orchestra Scottish bantamweight title a:.ican citizen, and his constituent t tie Adult taucatwn utlice ]r)winc fQur S p Ccif : c rccom . original pledge of allegiance to I will add a delightful treat to London's National Sporting Club tional rights. In addition, an ex 31 •«•>•—a»- mendations: : tne fla S of tbe United States the High Schol P.T.A. Salad Mondav night but had to be tempo speech of 15 minutes " ~ 1—The appointing authoritv! a r>d it was used at dedication Luncheon Friday as they per-carried to the dressing room be.'imit on preparation on one of the individual American Legion (board of supervisors! should of <he Chicago World's Fair form a ssries cf five num-cause he slipped as he joyfullv the Constitutional Articles is as-medal. Redlands High School m ake certain that commission Grounds on Oct. 12. 1S92. Con- bers. Selections will be Jazz stepped out of the ring and signed at the contest. received the Legion plaque for members appointed have, in gress did not officially approve Pizzicai). Pumpkin Waters Lit-sprained his ankle. In addition to Susie receiving the coming year. fact, the diversified background.it until Dec. IS, 1945. I "It isn't as though F just waste your money, Father. I get lots of pleasure out of spending itl" Who's the one guy in town.., goes over the water heater... and adjusts them all free? who checks the range... inspects the furnace... You guessed it. It's the man from the Gas Company who provides such fine service to all his customers. He's a good citizen, doing his best to keep gas rates and service among the most reasonable, most efficient in the nation. His company is owned by investors. He and his company have a prime concern: Service in the public interest SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS COMPANY Galen Fox chosen Jennings for State \^!^^ ^ Department post ! On Tuesday, the Assemblies ! (Committee of Redlands High Chosen from a group of over; c , , „ , . ,„ „ „^J„ I ° School presented an assembly i250 candidates. Galen Fox, Uni- - , „. , . . . „ • _ ' ! ...I featuring Art Jennings in a re- j versify of Redlands junior, in lj markable c r f 0 r m , n c e * f spend Ins summer as a f"»-|, ig htning cartooning, magic, arid time emplovc of the State De- j~„„i; n „ partment in Washington, D.C.. , J: jas a participant in the sum-! Xr - Jennings combined his mer intern program. ! skllls an<1 nls sc nsc of humor „ , . . | to provide a program of excop- Galen is a government major! tiona , merit from Honolulu, Hawaii. ; The assembly was coordinated by Haley Sopcr. Commis- Travel abroad has already been a highlight for him. HcL ; „„ „" f , " " :T spent the fall, 1962 semester onl^ n " tof , As ? cmbf,,es ' the Redlands in Europe pro-;P renSC , n,cd ,n two „ ttarty-five gram. His father's work as a :™ n " tC . P , r ° S " m t "\ r ' Je " nln ?, s member of t h e state depart-!*" .'""f^rn ?y • , . wheeler, and Chris Martin, ment with a special asstgnmen i m „ mKor . „, , i, • • , ... members of the Assemblies in international relations en abled him to live in Thailand! during the 1956-57 upheaval and; to spend the summer of 19S2 in Turkey. On campus. Galen is a member of the ASUR Council and Speaker of the House. He is a member of the Alpha Gamma Mu fraternity. Young Democrats, and Omicron Delta Kappa, senior men's national honorary fraternity. Committee. The program took place in Clock Auditorium. RARE CROPS SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) — California is the only state that commercially produces figs, dates, almonds, olives, artichokes, garlic, nectarines, Persian melons, persimmons and pomegranates, according to the Council of California Grow- i Next fall he plans to partici-j ers pate in the UK semester of I Z study at the American Univer-lon the "Influence of the Sefl- sity in Washington, D. C. foriate Foreign Relations Commit- governmcnt majors. As a partltce on Foreign Policy." After of the program he will do re-ireturning he will graduate in search work and write a paper .spring 1965. — Shop Conveniently Friday Nights 'til 9 WITH THESE REDLANDS MERCHANTS The Harris Company Western Auto Karl's Shoe Store Her Majesty Sally Shops McMahan's Furniture Co. Harry G. Wilson Jewelry Levine's People's Furniture Gabriel Bros. Shoe Store Norn's Yardage Store Herman's Furniture & TV Fowler's, The Men's Store Nelson-Hales Furniture Gair's Sliger's Clifford Farrar, Jeweler Howard Smith, Jewelers Colonial Maple House Good's Wearing Apparel Woo.'worth's THERE'S ALWAYS AMPLE FREE PARKING FRIDAY NIGHTS

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