Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 10, 1964 · Page 5
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, March 10, 1964
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Local Notes St. Palrick't Day Cirdi, Gifts Serr Stationery, 208 E. State St X SpMfal Sah Untif March 21 .20% discount on alJ china in stock. Serr's, 208 E. State St x Western U Health Insurance. Gene Stevens and Dan Vander Woude have enrollment blanks. Call 793-4871. X Citrus Capers 7964 National Orange Show opens Thursday I Imperial Custam Drapes Choose from over 3000 fabrics. Call now for a free estimate at home. No obligation. 793-3279. x Christian Science Reading Room in Masonic building, 131 Cajon, open to public Monday through Triday from 10-5 and Saturday from 10-1. z Treasure Tones Paint, Park Free Shop at Larr>''s Paint House, Winn Bldg., Colton at Orange. We give S.iH. Green stamps! x Bartlett Funeral Graveside services for Mrs. Wihia J. Bartlett were held Monday at 1:00 at Hillside Memorial Park. Rev. V. Stanley Silke, of the First Baptist church officiated. Burial was at Hillside Memorial Park. Emmerson. Redlands Mortuary in charge. Opening Soon Rusty's Patjo Coffee Shop, 233 E. State, Redlands. x Chevrolet Corvan Exceptionally nice. Motor and clutch just overhaulded. A car of many uses. Total price, $1295. Will consider color TV on trade. Garvcy Motors, 415 Orange. x Workshop Canceled A Procurement Workshop sponsored jointly by Norton Air Force Base and the Redlands Chamber of Commerce and scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday evenings at Safety Hall has been canceled, the Chamber of Commerce an nounced today. Persons wishing to attend a similar workshop may do so April 2 at the HoU- day Inn near Colton. Buy Now and Save During Slagnavox annual sale. Geared to cut up quite a few new "Citrus Capers," the 49th 'annual National Orange Show, resplendent in golden trappings, wiU open its gates at 10 a .m. Thursday for a run of 11 I thrill-packed days. Show officials are confident the attendance will near the 400,000 mark. Never before has the exposi tioa offered such a diversified program of entertainement and I educational features, according to Earl S. Reynolds, president of the 1964 National Orange I Show. Reynolds is director of public relations for the Kaiser] Steel Corp. Entertainment for every member of the family ranges Ifrom the mile-long midway to personal appearances of 'big name' entertainment personalities in daily stage shows. Educational features extend from school exhibits and the 4-H Junior Fair to the latest in space technology. Even the commercial exhibit is a "show within a show" with hundreds of manufacturers and mer- I chants displaying what's new on the market. We are proud to dedicate the 49th National Orange Show I again to one of California's leading industries, the growing and worldwide marketing of California oranges and other citrus fruits," Reynolds said. "It still constitutes one of the major industries, pours millions I state economy and provides of dollars annually into the employment for thousands of persons. In fact, the whole ex- postion reflects the steady growth in culture, industry and economy in the Inland Em pire." Heart of Exposition Heart of the exposition is the Feature Exhibits Building ; where exhibits constructed of displays, will offer thousands of multi-hued blooms in a spectacular setting. Harry Macres of Santa Ana, well-known flower show manager, is arranging the [floral extravaganza. Ostrich races, with jockeys in two-wheeled stilkies guiding the bug-eyed, nea-brained birds around the track will be a new I daily feature at the Orange Show. Hundreds of cattle, sheep, goats, poultry and rabbits raised by 4-H members in San Bernardino county will be on display in the recently-enlarged I Citrus Sam building as a part of the 4-H Junior Fair. There wUl also be exhibits of 4-H home economic projects. Art on Display Current trends among state artists in modem and tradition al oils and water colors will be viewed at the All-California Art Show. Thousands of unique bobbies and an outstanding e.xbibit of gems and minerals will be displayed in the Hobby Show in the Orange Show Pome and black and white prints and color slides submitted by photographers from all over the upon presentaton of their identification cards. Senior citizens by the thou sands will flock to the National Orange Show grounds Tuesday March 17, to attend the 5th annual Senior Citizens Jam boree. The Citrus Institute for California citrus growers is scheduled for Thursday, March 19, and amateur photographers are invited to take pictures on the grounds and vie for cash awards in the annual Amateur Photographers competition. Home Talent Home talent from southland communities will provide almost continuous entertainment on the Commimity Stage in the Feature Exhibits Building. A gigantic chess board, 30 feet square, with chessmen four feet tall, will be the scene of a 10-game match between mem- |bers of the San Bernardino Chess Club and the Riverside City Chess Club. Ten boards will be set up nearby so the public can play too. Champion baton twirlers from the southland will be named at the conclusion of a two-day na- [tional baton twirling contest on Saurday and Sunday, March 21 world Hill displayed at the In- and 22, the final two days of ternational Photographic E.\po- tjje 1964 National Orange Show. Sliger's Music. 109 E. State. x|„„„g ,3 citrus'fruits and materials are on display. The exhibits are entered by [more than 30 southland com Exhibition Basket Bad! L.A. Rams vs Redlands Best Terrier Gym, Thursday, March 12, 8 p.m.. SI. donation at the . door for City of Hope. Come one! Come all! x Dr. Max Rafferty Speaks The pubhc invited tonight at 7:30, Grace Mullen auditor ium. BOOK BUY HOLLY\VOOD (UPI) — Co lumbia Studios has purchased movie rights to the book, "Bom Free," the story of the lion cub The film will be shot on loca tion in Kenya. Weather Feb. 10 Feb. II Feb. 12 Feb. 13 reb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 15 Feb. J7 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 28 March March March March March March March March March . March 10 Temp. 80 40 62 41 69 39 - _ 65 34 — - 61 32 -.. SI 33 _ 61 41 -. 69 3S - 80 40 _ 82 43 - 70 50 11 37 37 m 4C B9 37 .V. 43 65 33 7.2 65 36 63 43 66 35 _ 58 43 65 38 69 36 - 65 37 58 46 - 55 35 - 62 35 65 34 66 41 ItalnfaU 24 Houri Sea .02 8.13 .03 8.16 ".'oi 8.20 .14 .47 "sii .M 8.8S .01 8.87 ::::: mimities who are competing for '$14,000 in cash awards. The glittering array transforms the I building into a veritable fairyland of golden color. Theme for the exhibit this year is "Citrus Capers." Queen of t h e 1961 National Orange Show will be chosen the opening night of the citrus ex- I position in a glamorous parade of the 46 young hopefuls from Southern California communities. The elaborate production [will be held in Swing Auditorium. Prominent SXSLTS ol motion pictures and television will appear daily in Swing Auditorium, different one headlining each day's stage show. Booked are Julie London, Eartha Kitt Mickey Rooncy, Marie Wilson and such television personalities as Rose Marie and Jlorey Amsterdam of "The Dick Van Dyke Show," Lome Green and Michael Landon of "Bonanza," four entertainers from the LawTcnce Welk show, the Osmond Brothers from the Andy WiUiams show. Clint Eastwood and Paul Brinegar of "Raw­ hide," and Rufc Davi.s. Jean nine Riley and Linda Kaye of "Petticoat Junction." New Offerings Foremost among this year's new offerings will be a imiquc Noah's Ark. Floating on the lagoon, the ark will hold pairs of animals for show visitors to see and enjoy. There «ill also be animals by the dozens on the [grounds for children to ride. An International Flower and Garden Show, ranked as one of California's outstandmg floral It iaa 't too early to think about protecting your •portuig equipment — Cana, fishing tackle, golf elaba. etc. — as they can represent a considerable investment. For a very small premiuRi an ff.tna Casualty Sporting Equipment Policy will insure your equipment against practically any lots. Con- Uct us soon. Sawyer,Cook&Co. REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA Insumce i Surety Bonis 12 W. State Phone 79-3 -2814 /cnu CAsuAirr AND SUUrr COMTANT HwlM IS. CemwclkX Announcemenf of Services MASON, William H. 10:30 a.m. Today Yucaipa Chapel WORKM.\N, Fred H. 11:00 a.m. Wednesday First Congregational Church BL.W.'CK, Mrs. Helen M. 10:00 a.m. Thursday Valley Chapel Loma Linda B.4SSETT, Mrs. Leelah Emily Services Pending Redlands Chapel ROLLER, Mrs. Mary Services Pending Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSlOE AVt. 773-244' sition. There will be a gymkhana and an Orange Show Grand Prix bicycle race on Saturday, March 14, and the second annual All-Arabian Horse Show as well as the Southern California Pacific Association 30 kilometer championship race on Sunday .March 15. The mile-long Royal West Midway will offer the newest rides for thrills and fun and the "Land of Little People, sunken' playground for small fry, will be in operation. There wUl be three "Kids' Days,' .Afarch 13, 14 and 21, when chil [dren will be admitted free and I ride tickets reduced. Three Parades Thre giant parades with cos I turned marching units, blaring bands and decorated floats will march through dov^-ntown San Bernardino to the Orange Show j grounds during the citrus ex position. On Saturday, March 14, the Parade will feature members of the California and Arizona pyTamids of the Ancient Egyp tian Order of Sciots. Sunday, March 15. will be military day at the citrus ex postion and marching imits from military installations, dmm and bugle corps and veterans groups will participate in the huge parade and be reviewed by military dignitaries from Washington D.C. Newest weapons in the arsenal of the U.S. armed forces will 'also be on display at the National Or- |ange Show. -Another giant parade on Sunday, Starch 22, will precede the final performance of the annual Sherilf's Rodeo at the Orange Show stadium. Top riders and bronc busters will compete in the rough and tumble rodeo on Saturday afternoon, March 21, as well as on Sunday. A Jlcxican Hacienda, where show visitors can purchase Mexican food, Mexican cooking products, curios and records By Latin entertainers, will be a popular feature of the expos [ition. Pie Baking Contest Two contests to choose the Southern CaUforaia orange I cake and lemon pie bakers will be held during the show. Rare and unusual fish from many parts of the world will be seen in beautifully-lighted and decorated tanks at the .Aquarium Display and Competition. Indians from the southwest have been invited to be Orange Show guests March 14, while on March 18, military recognition day, airmen from nearby bases will be addmitted free along with their immediate families Vital Records BIRTHS WALKER — Bora, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Walker, 1321 Turquoise avenue. Mentone, March 10, 1964, at Redlands Community hospit- GRANT — Bora, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grant, 33848 Avenue G, Yucaipa, March 8, 1951, at Redlands Community hospital. GARCIA — Bora, a daughter, to Mr. and Jlrs. Fermin Garcia, 937 Lawton slrct, JIarch 7, 1964, at Redlands Commun ity hospital. WILLIA.MS — Bora, a daugh' ter, to Mr. and Mrs. David WiUiams, 3 3 8 2 Winstrom street, Riverside, JIarch 7, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. STEIN — Bora, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stein. 633 Center street, March 9, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. EWING — Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ewing, 1316 Sylvan boulevard, March 6, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. Max Rafferty to speak at RHS tonight Dr. Max Rafferty, state superintendent of public instruction, vrill speak on "The Wonderful Year," tonight in Gract Mullen auditorium at Redlands Senior high school Dr. Raffprty will speak at 7:30 p.m.- The meeting is sponsored by the Kingsbury PTA and is open to the general pub-j lie, according to Mrs. Jack For quer, PTA president. Provisions have been made to shift the meeting to Clock auditorium tonight if attendance is greater than the seating capac lity of Grace Mullen. The content of Dr. Rafferty's talk was not disclosed but the title apparenUy refers to the I year he has held his current office. He was elected in November, 1962, but took office in January, 1963. His running feud with Tom Braden, president of the State Board of Education, has created considerable controversy throughout the state during this past year. The sponsoring PTA said there will be time for a question and answer session tonight. Coffee will be served at the conclusion of the meeting. Redlands Daily Facts Tues., March 10,1944 - 5 Hamlet voters split their selections HART'S LOCATION, N.H. (UPI) — The five Republican voters in this tiny hamlet split Uhcir votes three ways today in the New Hampshire presidential primary. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge led with three write-in votse. Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona and Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York each received one vote. Four of the Republicans cast write-in votes for vice prcsi- I dent — giving two to Wayne Green, Peterborough, N. 11. publisher, and one each to Sen. Margaret Chase Smith of Jlaine and Gov. Wilh'am W. Scranton of Pennsylvania. N.Y. Stocks DEATHS HARGRAVES — Died in Redlands, CaUf., JIarch 9. 1964, Mrs. Mary Barton Hargravcs, 731 Wahiut avenue, aged 84 years, naUve of San Bernardino, Calif., and resident of Redlands for 64 years. Funeral services will be held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel Rev. Jota dc Boer Cummings, pastor of the Trin ity Episcopal church, official ing. Interment in Hillside Me morial Park. Citrus Market LOS A.\GELES, Mar. 10 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 72s BSs 113s Fu-st grade 6.49 4.91 3.97 [Second grade 4.65 3.93 3.38 138s 163s 180s First grade 3.74 3.46 3.33 [Second grade... .3.22 Trend: Higher. NEW YORK (UPI)-Citrus: California Navels: 6 cars, half boxes $4.46. NEW YORK (UPI) — Stocks picked up toward the close today and finished at their best levels. Steels were narrowly mixed I on news that last week's production showed its first dip of the year. General Motors paced a slightly higher auto group. Du Pont showed the best improvement in the chemicals. Electronics were irregular with RCA, IBM and Zenith up con- Isidcrably and .^linneapolis-Hon- cywell and Control Data down shghtly. PRETTY HELPERS — Nancy Lowry, Miss Yucaipa (standing), and Cynthia Sprague, Miss Redlands, lend a helping hand with the decorations during the construction of tho Redlands exhibit of the Notional Orange Show which opens Thursday. Both girls will represent their communities in judging to select the 1964 Orange Show Queen Thursday evening. Queen to be named Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 8U.96 803.37 809.35 up 2.17 l20rrs 192.93190.79192.13 up 0.34 15 uU 140.57 139.18 139.61 off 0.60 65 stk 283.71 280.71 292.55 up 0.34 Sales today were about 5.5 million shares compared wilb 5.51 million shares Monday. I.-. Mo»l Actlvf storks (Oou-Joncs Servlcr, Courtesr Lcktrr. Ryons A c«.) :0S E. Slite V'olQme CInse Chnt IW.lOO Tt.CA _ 3!t M.I.SOrt rhrvsjfr J» ll-,:oo ilflfne Curlit .... -VJ'k T.-..3»0 Xerox _ HT^c KX.SDII Zenith 8.-.=, Ford 57 diSOO Control Data Wt i3M0 Gca. Motors »l -r.ll, <<.iO« Amcr. T. ti T. „1 .V9 4i !.;oO Gen. Electric gft'i 4li.I0O Beynoldl Mllj.— tOVl 4.1,.100 Beth, steel 36 «.0OO Fenna. B.R. 3i>i 40,(H)0 Parke Davis 3|si SS.ltlO Lionel S -41. ~ V, + 1 - '1 + U Announcemenf of Funeral Services MRS. MARY BARTON HARGRAVES Services 11:00 a.m., Thursday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. MRS. MARY V. HARTZOG Services pending. f. ARTHUR CORTNER Jailed for robbery S.W DIEGO (UPI) —Howell T. Thomason, 24, FuUerton, received a 60-day jail terra Monday for robbing a local liquor store of SIOO. The confinement was a con- 'dition of f i v e years probation I on a second-degree robbery conviction in Superior Court. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell .Anything Call 793-3221 California's Citrus Queen for 1964 who will reign over the J49th National Orange Show in San Bernardino will be chosen in a lavish ceremony Thurs|day evcnmg to open the citrus classic. The Orange Show queen will reign for the remaining 10 days of the colorful exposition and will represent the state's vast citrus industry. Redlands will be represented by beautiful Cynthia Sprague, a 17-ycar-old Redlands High School student. Yucaipa's entry is stately Nancy Lowry, while "Miss Mentone" is pretty Thea Owens. All three girls are tali blondes. Thursdays Queen contest will also mark the end of the yearlong reign of Cathy Hales, Miss Redlands of 1963, who captured the Orange Show Queen title last year and went on to be crowned Slaid of California at the State Fair in Sacramento. Miss Hales was the first Redlands entry to ever be selected as the Orange Show queen. A glittering "Parade of Pulchritude" will introduce the 45 young beauties representing as many Southern California I communities. They will appear first in bathing suits and then in formals. The elaborately- staged contest will be held at 7:30 p.m. in Swing Auditorium. The contestants will parade on three 70-foot ramps extending from the stage into the audience. Also to be crowned that night will be Joyce Mathewsoo ofi San Bernardino who will reign over the 1964 Sheriffs Rodeo to be held the final two days of the National Orange Show and the Mexican Hacienda queen, Dorothy Castillo of Redlands. In addition Earl S. Reynolds, president of the 196* National Orange Show, will present the president's trophy to Congeniality," the contestai.. voted on by the girls themselves. Trophies will also ga to "Miss Personality." elected by the queen committee, and to "Miss Photogenic," chosen by the photographers on the [judges committee. Professional entertainment 'will be presented during the intermission in the queen ceremony by Bernard M. Scheppers of Scheppers Productions who is staging the coronation ceremony as well as the nightly "big name" stage shows in Swing Auditorium during the i citrus classic. 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To receive a copy, send us coupon below. ! 1 j Please send me your Investment Review & Outlook, j No School Tomorrow All children in the Redlands Unified school district and the Mission elmentary district will have a holiday tomorrow while their teachers have their an nual "In-Service" training day. All Redlands teachers will attend a program in Grace Mullen auditorium. Teachers from the Slission district will either visit other school districts or participate in the Redlands pro gram. 221 BROOXSIDCALePrZ-ini WnXIAM G. MOORE. PublUher. TBAJfK £. MOUR£. Sdltor. Published every evening (except Sunday) «t ficti building. 700 Brookside at Center, Redlands. CallfDrala Founded October 23, 1890, 741b year. Entered as second class nutter October 23, 1S90. at the Post Office at Redlands, Cali/om:a. under act oi March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTIO.V RATE iln Advance) »7 Carrier Utliviry One MonUi I 1J« Three Menthi 4 .50 Six Menus «-V0 On* rear 1«.<|> One Menlh 0a« Ttal _ BT MaU _J 1J» - U— Planting? 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