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February 27, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 10

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10 — Thin, Feb. 27, 1?M Redlands Daily facts OUR ANCESTORS UR grad says he byQuincy turns Swami, finds inner peace Ed. Note: The following story is part of a letter written by Jerry Tinker to the University of Redlands Bulldog newspaper. Tinker is a former Bulldog editor, former student body president and a former part time Facts staff writer. He has been studying in India for more than a year. graduate, Allen Marsh '57. I had first learned about .Marsh while wailing for the (Opening of a college cultural ] program. The portly Indian ed- uicalor silting next to me had i idly turned and asked: "From | which university in the United class oficiety, which is the U.S. affiliate of India's Yogananda Society. He believed that the UR. through some faculty, classes and convocation, had contributed significantly to his philosophic quest. Ho explained the value o( States do you come?" jyoga, and When I told him. "The Uni-jwhat inner The rural lane rambled;versify of Redlands," he re-/edge he had attained was across the flal, dry southern I plied he had recently met an-'questionably confirmed by his statement on peace and knowl- 1 nn -i Iiis 1 Bihari plain, unbroken except!other man from that school, jwhole presence and demeanor.! for the bulky masonry gate of! "This young man." he said.. It was nearly three years ago| the Yogoda Stasanga Society:"lives on an ashram here andithat Marsh (now known by ai Ashram, lis becoming, so 1 am told, a,Hindu religious name) was scntj The ashram (a Hindu monas-l'svami.' ". |to India by the Society, and he! cryi was a large farm-like| A UR grad a Hindu|has since worked on the Ranchij compound with small dwellings,!"swami?" On an ashram in thejashram. I acreage under careful cultiva-jmiddle of India? i ,\n ashram is defined as "a 1 lion, and the hot, quiet peace-; But then Marsh of master and disci fulness expected in rural India. Woodworking, furniture class at adult school Woodworking and furniture making is one of several Industrial Arts classes available to adults, according to Jack Binkley. Coordinator. Dr. Maybury writes in air between Paris, India Robert H. Maybury, UR «$• sociate professor of chemistry, is on leave while serving with UNESCO in Paris. February IS he penned the following letter in flight from India to France: Approaching a man sitting erect, and cross-legged in the prescribed yogi position, attentively reading a book. I hes- ciples." This particular disciple was unique; he was an American and a Univcristy of Redlands "And I say it's silly to pay street sweepers when the ladies'skirts do such a good job for nothing!" with long flowing hair and|pi e s leading a life under rule." wearing the traditional ochre|But in addition to the rigid robe of a Hindu "swami." jdaily routine and yogist exer- Wc were both pleased andjeises. the "disciples" conduct amazed at the improbability of<a program of social welfare itated. regretting to interrupt: j the meeting, hut conversation; work in the surrounding towns but finally I asked if I might!proved easy. \and villages, see one of the ashram's "dis-| Marsh explained that while atj ^j arsn has made a deep and .... , .obviously sincere commitment ested in the philosophy of Hinduism and had become a member of the Self-Realization So- SWEETIE PIE ment was the subject of concern. Both the formal and informal | intermingling of scientists | brought to the surface the I sharp differences in political j and ideological areas which | basically divide East and West, Asain may I have the oppor-'but these same intcrminglings Persons may take advantageitunity to share with my friends* also revealed the capacities in of the school equipment and fa-land neighbors in Redlands a>ail of us for reaching under- cilities at the Redlands High;most unusual experience I havejstanding and mutual respect- School campus. The class is un-'been privileged to enjoy? I in short — revealed that we der the direction of Donald L.| I ha v e just participated in the]don't necessarily have to bate Spindt and meets Wcdncscay '2th Pugwash Conference on|each other even though we dif- evenings 7 to 9:30 p.m. iScicnce and World Affairs asifer deeply and fundamentally Articles such as cabinets.!& e UNESCO representative, chest of drawers, and book! This year the Conference was shelves may be constructed nf! he,d far lrom thc rock y s h° res pine, walnut, or mahogany. Oth-! ofu Pu S wa sh- ^ lNovar . s «*i a - er projects may include patio whcrc c - vrus Eaton first con ' furniture and furniture re-fin- shing. Plans and suggestions arc available in class. vencd this now famous world on important issues. I hope that this Pugwash spirit of learning to live together with people of different views on man gradually spreads to thc towns and villages of all nations — and that human talent and the resources thc class in action before en rolling. Mechanical or Drawing may be of interest leathering of scientists from the East and West bloc nations as individuals not representing or;of our lands arc gradually di- speaking for their respective;rectcd toward the solving of governments. The setting for!poverty, disease, and ignorance 'the Conference was the lovelyjthat afflict almost all nations to Architectural| La |. e p a | ac( . on an j^and in!a greater or lesser degree. t0, the middle of a lake at Udaipurj Peace with Conviction Scripps scientists use diving saucer SAN DIEGO — Scientists at Hie University of California's Scripps Institution of Oceanography, some of whom have spent decades on studies of sub marine geology, are being given their first chance to see the ocean depths using the French- designed "diving saucer." The diving saucer is a two- man underwater research vehicle. It was built by undersea pioneer Captain Jacques-Yves Cousteau of France. It has been leased to Scripps by Westinghouse Electric Corporation, which h a s a licensing agreement with Captain Cousteau. Its dives on the canyons off La Jolla are the first it has made in the Pacific. It has been tested extensively in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic. The vehicle was flown to California from France. The deep-sea research vehicle weights about 7000 pounds, is approximately 10 feet in diameter and five feet high. Its pressure hull is made of two saucer-like discs of three-quarter inch steel welded together. Thc vehicle is capable of op- crating to a depth of 1000 feetJ Self-containted underwa ter breathing apparatus has allowed some Scripps scientists to explore the canyons to a depth of about 250 feet, but thc saucer is the first submersible to be used for research in thc canyons. The diving saucer is propelled by two water jets mounted on its sides. The jets can be rotated to propel the vehicle and to tilt, climb, or descend under power. The saucer can be turned on a dime if one of the jets is reversed and the other kept in its normal position. Its submerged speed is one knot, slightly over one mile an hour. Descent and ascent of saucer are controlled by weights. The vehicle dives with two weights. When it reaches thc desired depth, one weight is released. At this point, the to a religious idea that has transformed his life in thc most tangible way. Yogi, he feels, has brought incw meaning and a new dimension to his life, and, further, it has directed it towards the service of others as well. Perhaps there can be no .jhighcr measure of attainment for a Redlands graduate than this. i Gilmore, pioneer oilman, dies at 77 LOS ANGELES (UPI)—Serv-i ices are scheduled Friday for; Earl B. Gilmore, pioneer Los : Angeles oilman and land developer who died Wednesday at, the age of 77 in his home. i The services will be held in, Emmanuel Prebyterian Church, thejand interment in Evergreen] Cemetery. Gilmore, who had been chairman of the board of the Gil- __,,„ more Commercial and Savings BOWLING RECORD .Bank, had been ill for morc| READING, England (UPI) — saucer is neutrally buoyant — j than a year. At one time he. Five men students from Read- neither rising nor descending. i owncd ( j IC Gilmore Oil Co. Iiv Nadine Seltzer : pcrs0nS '' Vh ° slfe ,0 work out !in India. ! Pugwash confrontations of J .~ jnoor plans for houses. Median-] significantly, in addition to!Eastern and Western mental- iical Drawing includes blueprint the customary search for altcr-iities arc showing that we don't reading and drawing on special|natives to a mounting arms'have to hate a man whose paper in preparation to makingiracc, the Conference this year!views are radically different [blueprints. Students may learnlpaid major attention to theifrom ours — that we can live ;the use of various instruments place of science and technologylin peace and perform constructed in drawing. The class isjin thc aid to the developing!live acts in this needy world — under the direction of Robert countries of the world. A 20-j even while we stoutly affirm J. Sullivan and meets Mondaylpagc document was generated and maintain our beliefs and evenings, 7 to 10 p.m. in Room in the working groups dealingjviews. ,40.".. [with science in development of] Peace with convictions is a I Jewelry Making is another these needy countries and this:possibility — but it's a form iclass which may be of interestipaper was unanimously ap-.of existence that is very de|to persons who want to mount:proved and will be distributed manding on one — demanding igems or stones in sterling sil-j'° leading publications through- patience and humility. We ;ver. Persons may design and' 0l,t tne world. No doubt your won't begin experiencing this execute rings and other orna-j ncws ' : ' a P CI ' has already carricdjuntil we drop our intense hat- thc statement contained in this[red of those we know think dif- document that if 20 per cent ferently about fundamentals of thc present cost of arma-lfrom what we do and begin to ments were swung over to ric-|intermingle with them. ] I hope more and more of my ' .Schmidtmann"".tries, thc rate of development,friends are given the opportun- >! | Automobile'operation and re-i would bc (loilbled - | ity to experience such minglin 2 mntnr (iino.nn nmi nth<*ri UNESCO came in for some! and to begin developing the in- i ments from sterling silver. This i class meets at the Cope Junior High Campus Shop Building Wednesdays, 7 to 10 p.m. and isi", , , under thc direction of Ted' , vc,opm . c , nt of . thc , 1 Ccd ? COUn : Automobile operation and re- ipair, motor tune-up. and other ! activities of particular interest ! prctt >'. hea ''- v <'™» b "iS by the scientiests but at the same time some very clear recommendations were made that aim to strengthen UNESCO to conduct !M 1 .5. m o". "Personally, I think flagpole-sitting is strictly Dullsville!" To surface, the pilot releases the second weight. The two crew members, a pilot and an observer, lie in a prone position and may view j casting System's Television City their marine environment lis located. [Sunday, rollin through two large Plcxiglasi He is survived by his widow 1 4.000 balls in i windows. land two daughters. 1389 games. He owned thc p r o p e r t y on which famed Farmer's Market stands and also the adjacent property where Columbia Broad 'ing University today claimed a Burglar in wrong house to owners of automobiles is given in the class meeting Tuesday ;and Thursday evenings 7 to 9 p.m. at the Redlands High i School Shop Building. The class s under the direction of Merl L. Nelson. \ Enrollments will continue to -_ i: be accepted for the above clashes. They will have additional ! supply fees for materials c o n- isumed during the class. | For further information, con- and technology for development. Proud of Californians I was pleased to witness thc vigorous leadership at the conference of fellow Californians — Dr. Harrison Brown of Cal Tech, Dr. Roger Revelle of Scripps Oceanographic Institute . . .u »i u T-J Dr - Eugene Staley of Stanford ! r -a™ Edueal,on 0fflce jResearch Institute , , , KINGSTON. England (UPD— world record-l'J hours of non- ; . , tjcn McMil , an , 32 , was sent stop 10-pin bowling. The Britons t 0 prison for five years .Monday said they beat thc previous for burglary. American record by an hour! i[ c u;)S charged ; down nearly ing into thc house of Com-;referred to as ,S79 frames and mandcr George Hatherill, chief according to the of Scotland Yard. ,nac. j NOW YOU KNOW : By United Press International ! For the jeweler thc term!smaller '"precious stone" applies only spired ideas to the discussions, ito diamonds, rubies, sapphires' Scientiests from India, Pak- with break and emeralds with other gems.istan. Thailand and Malavia Leading Academicians from |the USSR were equally present land active in the discussions jand many scientists from the nations provided in­ tensely personal capacity to avoid hating even while one differs. The alternative, which unhappily we're all still pursuing with much too little real concern, is nuclear war and ultimate human tragedy of a total nature. I'm basically more hopeful than to think this course will go on much longer unchecked. WHO'S DIETING? 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