Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 16, 1964 · Page 7
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 7

Redlands, California
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Monday, March 16, 1964
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Sister City project Visitors from Sendai on tour of Riverside firms ; Ten Japanese Junior Cham Tier o£ Commerce members and two interpreters arrived in Riverside last Sunday for a look at American Business manage• ment teclmiques. Civic officials and local Jaycees met the visitors from Sen­ dai, Japan, at Riverside Slunici- pal Airport at about noon Sunday to escort them on a tour of firms. The Japanese e.\ecutives, all under 40 years of age, and leaders in their own businesses, met Riverside leaders for luncheon at the Mission Inn. This was the first time the junior chamber became involved in the Sendai sister-city project, according to Tom Longmire, Jaycee director in civic and governmental affairs. Chamber members acted as host for a tour of Bourns Plant, 1200 Columbia, conducted by Marian Bourns, and a tour of Citation Construction Corp. which is developing homes in Fairview and Glennhaven area The Japanese study team met members of the Japanese com munity here during a tea from 3:40 to 4:30 p.m. with the Riv- erside-Sendai Affiliation Committee in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Halvorson. Then the group gathered at the model home of Citation Construction Corporation on Fair- FOR CONNOISSEURS OF SOUND New Concord 884 has features unmatched by any other stereo tape recorder - at any price/ • 4 separate transistorized preamps »AB monitoring switch forj comparing source-vs-tape • 3 heads • VU meters • pushbutton operation • 3 speeds master volume control 15-watt stereo amplifier and two 7'speakers sound-on-sound switch $ 379 so CONCORD HEAR AN EXCITING DEMONSTRATION AT an Magnolia Aye. Riversida Del Rosa t Highland San Bernardino loM Line & E Sts. San Barnardino Cyiircss & Redlands llvd. Redlands Plus Wise Owl Stamps view avenue for a discussion of management concepts. This discussion was led by Mr. Dennis Martiii of Citation Construction Corporation and then a tour of the homes was taken by the group. The 12 visiting travelers were then invited to 12 different homes of Jaycee members for dinner and to meet other members and their wives during the evening. The delegates were later hosted by the same Jaycees at their offices or businesses and were later taken on a tour of the Riverside Plaza with an outline of its background and development Following a lunch at the Dunes Restaurant, the Ja panese executives left for Dis neyland and visit to the Um- versity of Southern California Their visit here is part of a tour of the United Stater and Europe partially subsidized by the Japan Productivity Center, U.S. Liaison Office, in Wash ington D.C. and by private foundations in Japan. Bird film on Hawaii at Audubon meet "A Solo FUght to Hawau" is the name of the program to be given at the regular monthly meeting of the San Bernardino Valley Audubon Society at 7:30 on Wednesday, March 18 in the Community Room of the San Bernardino Public Library, Ar rowhead avenue and Fourth street Mrs. Josipbine Vaughn of San Bernardino will show colored slides taken by her and Miss Olive Lawson of Redlands dur ing a recent trip to Hawaii. The program will include Hawaiian bird pictures also. GOES TO CArRO AMMN, Jordan (UPI) King Hussein of Jordan will travel to Cairo this week to discuss Arab issues with Presi dent Gamal Abdel Nasser of the United Arab Republic, it was amiounced here Sunday. Hey, Oop! Cool It! SISTER CITY VISITORS - Japanese delegates view new home construction at Fairview Terrace in Riverside. Tom Long.Tiire (left), Jaycee representative from Riverside, looks on while Dennis Martin (center), of Citation Construction Corporation, shows three Japanese Jaycee delegates the fine points of new home construction. The Japanese gentlemen were part of a Japanese trade delegatiori from Sendai, Japan. DISASTER AREAS WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Small Business Administration (SBA) has designated flood- damaged sections of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Missouri as disaster areas. The disaster declaration, announced Thursday, permits owners of homes and businesses, churches and charitable in­ stitutions whose property was damaged or destroyed to apply to the SBA for 3 per cent loans to rebuild or rehabilitate their property. Now Yoo Know By United Press International The average depth of the ocean is about 2.5 miles, according to Science World Magazine. Redlands Daily Faet9 MOIL, March 16, 1964 -7 Loma Linda man shot in liunting accident Lwry Allen Retzlaff of Lom« Linda was injured in a hunting accident in San Timotco canyon this morning. Retzlaff, 22, was treated at Redlands Community hospital for removal of shot gun pellets from his temple, lip and neck. Although the pellets penetrated the skin, the injury was not serious, according to the Sheriffs Office. The victim, who lives at 250631 Lane street, was hunting rabbits in a canyon on the south side of San Timoteo Canyon road near the old Southern Pacific depot when the accident occurred about 8:45 a.m. The Sheriffs Office said Warner Bennett, 2063 Lugo street, San Bernardino, fired at a rabbit without knowing that Retzlaff was in his line of fire. Mah-Jsngg Mah-jongg, western version of an Oriental game, is played with 144 tiles engraved with Chinese characters. 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