Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 18, 1964 · Page 3
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MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor CONGRATULATE SPEAKER - Mrs. Roy Cliff of Lucerne Valley, left, program chairman for the San Bernardino County Federation of Republican Women, and Mrs. R. W. Herzog of Yucaipo, right. County President, congratulate George Murphy, candidate for the U. S. Senate, following his recent talk in Ontario offended by more than 200 Republican women. Over 200 Republican Women Hear Senate Candidate George Murphy U. S. Senatorial candidate. George Murphy, addressed an overflow crowd of more than 200 Federated Republican Women at a recent luncheon at the Royal Tabitian restaurant in On tario. The occasion was the reg ular county board meeting and luncheon of the San Bemardico County federation. Hosting the event was Chino Republican women's club. Jfr. Murphy, former chairman of the California State Republican Central Committee, and delegate lo three Republican National Conventions, has worked in state and national politics for the past 23 years. He has sen-ed on various government committees under both Democrat and Republican administrations. He refers to himself as a fundamental, dynamic conservative Republican who strongly supports the United States Con stitution. He is against the administration's current foreign policy which has not helped the United States but has merely given concessions to the Communists. He is against the Supreme Court making the laws, and says their job is to interpret the law of the land as it is made by Congress. "Instant money," said Murphy, "can only result from the increasing deficit spending practiced by govemement . . . and that means only one thing, Sr. Citizens Luncheon Friday Friday will be potluck lunch- con day, with emphasis on ' chicken as the entree, when Redlands Senior Citizens club meets in the YWCX activities building, 16 East Olive avenue, at I p.m. Everyone attending is re- mLaded to bring their own tabic service in addition to a salad or dessert. Last week's afternoon meeting featured cards and various other games. Little shamrock name tags were pinned on members and guests as they arrived for the meeting. Introduced and welcomed as a new member was Ethel Court ney. Club membership is open to all retired men and women over the age of 50. They are welcom. to attend as guests before deciding on membership. Appendicitis strikes men more than women, in a ratio of three to two. according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. inflation." He blames this situation on increased government interference in private enterprise to the detriment of our Free Enterprise system which has given the United States the highest standard of living and the greatest power everi held by a country. On the subject of labor. Murphy reminded his audience that he is and has been a member of labor unions for many years and is all for them, but is against poor leaders. With regard lo (iie propaganda war this country is wag- mg against the Communists who mean to win the world. Murphy slated that "wc are losing it." Members of the San Bernardino County Board of the Federated Repubh'can Women directly participating in the pro ceedings of the day included Mrs. R. W. Herzog of Yucaipa, president; Mrs. Milton Vander Linde of Redlands, Chaplain. Among distinguished guests attending the luncheon were: Congressional Candidate Jerry Pettis and Mrs. Pettis; Congressional Candidate V. Dennis Wardle and Mrs. Wardle; and 72nd Assembly District Candidate, Jim Christensen and Mrs. Christcnsen. Prendergast Kin Greet Visitor From Paris A Prendergast family lunch eon Saturday at the home of Mrs. Jeffry J. Prendergast. 1301 College avenue, honored a visiting member of the family, Curtis Prendergast. manager of Time Magazine News Bureau Paris. Mr. Prendergast spent the day m Redlands before leaving for Mexico where he is accompanying P>resident De Gaulle on his visit to that country thi week. The hostess was a guest of -Mr. Prendergast and his wife last April in Paris. He is the nephew of her late husband. He is also the nephew of Mrs. Paul W. Moore and Joseph Prendergast of Redlands and a cousm of Facts publisher and editor, William G. and Frank Moore, and of Mrs. Lewis Murray-Kidd. Luncheon guests also included Mrs. Joseph Prendergast, Mrs. William G. Moore, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Prendergast and Fred Prendergast of Los An geles who accompanied his nephew lo Redlands. Concert Assn. Reports On Drive Progress Mrs. James C. Lewis called a meetmg of the "Captains" working with her as chairman of the Winter Concert Associa lion's current membership drive to discuss progress of the cam paign at her Knoll road home Monday morning. The success of the various workers in enrolling new mem bers was noted in the reports of the team captains present and the campaign appears to be receiving good response, Mrs Lewis announced today. The "bonus" feature of an invitation lo attend this year's final con cert by the Los Angeles Phil harmonic Orchestra April 22 has given added incentive lo new en rollccs, it was noted. This "extra concert" offer will be extended to new members as long as space permits, Mrs. Lewis explains. The Concert Association has scheduled four attractions for the 1964-65 season. These are the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, the Russian mezzo soprano Zara Doloukhanova. Ivan Davis, pianist, and Brian Sullivan, MetropoUtan Opera Company tenor. New pie'mbers will continue to be enrolled for next season up to thd April 22 closing ot the current series. Quezon City replaced Manila as the official capital of the Republic of the Philippines in 1948. Kimberly School Mothers Group Entertained Mrs. Walter R. Mook enter tained mothers of Kimberly school's morning kindergarten with a St Patrick's coffee yesterday morning in her home, 114 Anita court. Thirty were pres ent. Kirs. Marvin Duncan assisted in greeting the mothers and Mrs. Edward Skomal poured. The table carried eut the St. Patrick's Day theme with white linen cloth and a green crystal compote with green carnations, white sweet peas and green ivy winding around floral arrangements and candles. Linda Rogers Soon To Leave With Stanford Group For Study In France Linda Rogers, daughter o* Mr. and Mrs. David H. Rogers 1733 Chaparral road, is amon? Stanford University students who will leave March 28 to study at the University's cen- SALEM CIRCLE ATTENDS PROGRAM During Salem Circle's recent meeting at Bethany Reformed church, Jlrs. Alex Braaksma led the devotions about "The Story Must be Told" presented by Mrs. Robert Bishop and Mrs. Lewis Van Wieren, accompanied by Mrs. Harold Kuiper. Refreshments were served by the host church. ters in Italy and France. Linda, a sophomore this year, will take part in the Stanford in France program at Tours. Courses are durected toward the historical, political and cultural areas in whch they are located with additional intensive language courses taught by local instructors. A 1962 graduate of Redlands High School, she spent the summer of 1961 in Pakistan as an "American Abroad" student under the American Field Service proram. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3221 Redlands Daily Facts Wed, March 18,19M - 3 DUAL HONORS OAK CREEK. Wis. (UPI)- Jlrs. Lester Scherbarth, "Suburb a n Homemaker of ' the Year" here, said she thought "it was too much" when the Chamber of Commerce also named her "Man of the Year." "We just felt she had done the most for Oak Creek lately," a chamber spokesman said. 'We Have a Beauty Secret... 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