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March 18, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 7

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READY FOR SHERIFF'S RODEO — Sheriff Frank Bland and Queen Joyce Matfewson are decked out in their finest western ottire for the upcoming Sheriffs Rodeo in the Orange Show stadium on Saturday and Sunday..A giant western parade Sunday will highlight the last day of both the rodeo and the 1964 Nofionol Orange Show. (Photo by Jim Sloan) Top competition in annual Sheriff's rodeo Some of the top cowboy stars in the country wiil com pete in tlie Eighth annual Sheriff's Rodeo next weekend at the National Orange Show. Competition for the national standings and the $2,100, plus added entry fse money, gets underway at 3 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday in tlie Orange Show stadium. Aa estimated 500 people and 200 horses wU take part in the big western rodeo parade starting Sunday noon in downtown San Bernardino to kick off the final day's round of rodeo com petition. The Sheriffs Rodeo is a Rodeo Cowboys Association sanctioned program featuring the standard events — saddle and bareback bronc riding, bull riding, steer wrestling and calf and team roping. BUI MartineUi, Oakdale, CaU fomia cowboy, who finished fourth for 1963's world championship, in saddle bronc riding, heads list of early entries. A total of 256 entries were logged here last year. MartineUi copped first place in saddle bronc riding here in Redlands DISCOUNT Wallpaper & Paint Store Porch, Deck and Floor Enamel. $5.50 Value Qt. 51.39. Gal $3.85 Hi-Gloss Kitchen Enamel $5.50 Value Qt. $1.29. Gal $3.85 All Weather Spar Varnish $6.00 Value Gal. $3.8S Log Oil Redwood Stain Gal $!.« Aluminum Paint for Trucks, Trailers and Roof. $6.50 Valfle. qt $1.39, GaL $3.85 Alkyd Latex Rubber . Base Washable WaU Paint $6.50 Value GaL $3.85 16 oz. Spray Can 89c White Barn t Fence Paint $3.45 Value Gai. $2.85 =54 in. Masking Tape Roll 60 Yds »»e Flat White OU Base $3.45 Value GaL $2JS WALLPAPER 25c — 3$e — 4Se — 45c - 85c .Hem* Owners Paint Ster* 9 W««t 5tat*, Redlands 1962 and 1963 and grabbed fourth in bareback bronc riding. Biggest money winners here in 1963 were Al Hooper, Las Vegas, Nev., and Don McBride, Modesto, Calif., who both plan to be back defending their Utles. A flock of the top CaU- fomia cowboys are ahready chugging theu: way to the Sheriff's Rodeo. Arizona is already represented by Buddy Peak of Tucson, Dave Reidhead of Scottsdale and Stub HiU of Bis bee. Special rodeo contests are added to each day's program and fans will get to see Leon Adams of Stuart, Okla., perform in one of the most exciting specialty acts on the rodeo circuit. Gene and Bobby Clark of Lament, Calif., are the rodeo clowns. Chuck Parinson of North Hollywood is announcer. Adams, who has one of the best specialty acts on the rodeo circuit, will be seen perform ing unusual and spectacular stunts with his two matching 1600-pound Brahmas, Geronimo and Apache, in the only Roman riding act of its kind in the world. In another thriller, the Stuart, Oklahoma, stunt man performs on his Flying Aces, two of the speediest sorrels in rodeo. His trick horse "Lucky" and dog Carlo" with a bag full of ducks furnish plenty of comedy for stadium spectators. The rodeo is sponsored by the San Bernardino County Sheriffs Employees Benefit Association in cooperation with the National Orange Show. Police officer dismissed in Torrance TORRANCE (UPI)-Lt. Doug as C. Cook, until 10 days ago chief of the vice squad, was dismissed Tuesday on the basis of a five - count statement of charges filed by assistant chief Mervyn H. Porter. Norton reports savingsof $2.7 million NORTON AFB, - A $2.7 mU lion in savings have been report ed by officials of the San Ber- [nardino Air Materiel Area (SBAMA) as part of the Air Force Cost Reduction Program. A consolidated summary prepared at the San Bernardino Air Materiel Area reveals that over $2,762,000 in savings or cost avoidance have been realized and approved by Norton funding officials and the Air Force Logistics Command, SBAMA's parent military headquarters. The figure represents a sav ings effected in the past six months at Norton. The Directorate of Procurement and Production reported a large saving of over $309,000. Of this amount, $288,000 was realized as a result of consolidating repair activities. Plans called for establishing a special ized repair activity for the Ti tan I and II component rate gyros at Middellown Air, Material ' Area, and a Specialized Repair Activity (SRA) for the Titan I and II component rate gyro assemblies at SBAJIA. It was suggested that instead of establishing two separate repair faciUties, one be established to repair both the components. The large savings resulted. The huge sum of $613,000 was saved through value engineer ing efforts at SBAMA. Thi saving concerned "Cypak" units in the Atlas "D" and "E" erec tion systems. These "Cypak' units are solid state con trol devices. "Cypak" unit located together in the erection mechanism motor control cen ter, control the operation of mo tors, pumps and valves, which in turn sequences the erection boom and related equipment au tomatically, once started by the proper signal. Approximately 220 to 300 "Cypak" units a r used in each erection system most of which perform dual functions; as a result a total of 340 to 440 separate events are performed. District Music Festival Band, orchestra horn Cope JHS score excellent The Cope Junior High Schoolerly Schmidkunz, Karen band and orchestra both partic-{ ipated in the District Music Festival sponsored by the Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association which was held at the University of Redlands last Saturday. Both groups scored "Excel lent" ratings. The band played the Military Escort March, Night Wind and The Royal Standard. The orchestra played Old English Air, Country Dance Gavotte and Folk Song Set. They will play these numbers again at the Spring Music Fes tival on the evening of April 24, in Clock Auditorium, along with a group of selections by the Cope Choir. The members of the Orchestra were: Craig Altarian, Lin-| da Carlson, Jeff Dwight, Patricia Dibble, Peggy Fawcett, Bruce Gadbois, Dana Gray, Chris Hill, BiU Marks, Cheryl O'Neil, Kathy O'Reilly, Diana Paxton, Roberta Percival, Bev- Schoon, and Shirley Stafford. The members of the Band were: Link Alongi, Joe Ander son. Susie Andrews, Chris Arth, Danny Blanchard, Arnold Bacon, Craig Banta. Nels Berdahl, Roger Biddick. Donna Billick, Henry Bonin, Beth Brian, Jim Brown, Bill Bur^e, David. Brant, Faith Carter, Norman Clarke, Jim Covington, Alan Current, Bob De- Bauw. Dana Doss, Greg Dwight, Jessie Eubanks, Bruce Freeman, Nancy Geelan, Jay Grider, Joe Griffin, Diana Griffifs, Larry Guerian, Doug Hamilton, Tom Hess. Hal Heydenfeldt. Jody HiU, Betty Hinkle, Greg Horton, Kathy Isaafc, Doug Jones, Dale Keim, Ogden Kimberly, Cart Patricia Malone, Terry Mar- Ledbetfer, Charles Ledbetter, Greg LitUe. Patricia Malone, Terry Martens, David Martinez, Sandy Mc- Rtllantls Daily factM WeiL.Harcb 18,1964-* 7 Imperial sends six to show Six members of the Imperial Hardware Co., staff, 19 East Citrus, Redlands, joined representatives of 12 other imperial stores in attendmg the Pacific Southwest annual hardware jshow at the Long Beach Arena yesterday. Innovations in the hardware Use were shown and demonstrated. Those from Redlands included: Everitt Helms, man- Cutchen, Brian MerriU. Ken MUler, Lee MUler, Peter Morgens. Ralph Pacini, Frank Pell, Sandi Pipp. Wayne Rettig. Doug Roberts, Carol Shade, Pam Shier, Ricky Shuttleworth, Jerrj- Stenejhem, Bill Stewart, John Stoker, Kathy Talbert, Dean Tharaldson, Richard Vanderwood. |,g^ ^^^^ R^^^ O assistant Jerry Van Wieren. Danny:manager. Henry Ruiter. hard- Veraker, Mike Weam, Pam ware manager, and Lany Stew- Weemhoff, Marcia Welch, Jim WUson, and Pat Wogen. Susie Andrews. Greg Dwight, Sandy McCutchen and Kathy Talbert are members of the Cope flute quartet. They and Nancy Geelan, oboist, performed in the Solo .Festival which was held at the University of Redlands on Saturday, March 7th. The groups are an­ der the direction of Fred Waitz. Facts Classified Ads Can SeU Anything CaU 793-3221 art, Paul Fiori. Barber and John KNOCKS MUSICAL HORNS ROME (UPI) — The Transport Ministry has ordered traffic poUce to crack down on motorists whose car horns play music instead of just old-fashion honking. The mmistry said in a circular that musical boms — long a subject of complaint from other motorists and pedestrians —do not conform with legal specifications. Valley College language students compete Nearly 2,500 junior and senior high school, foreign language students wUl compete from a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday in the Last Friday, Lt. Donald Ham -I ^'ghth ^ual Language Field ilton was.discharged from thel^ay a' San Bemardmo Valley force. HamUton has a civU service hearing upending. The charges in the statement aUegcd Cook, a 24-year veteran on the force, was guilty of mis conduct witliin provisions of the city code and poUce department Knights reveal personnel of committees Tito sent to retreat for rest BELGRADE (UPI) —Yugoslav President Josip Broz Tito has departed to his Adriatic island retreat of Brioni for rest and medical care on the advice of his physician, a government spokesman said today. The spokesman gave no further details. Tito is 71 years old. He presided at a plenary session of the Yugoslav Communist Central Committee on Monday. H. FLOYD BROWN Ramblerhed Used Cars CHOICE TRADE-INS On the LARGE LOT Wifh LARGER BARGAINS! WHERE the lights ore bright and THE PRICES RIGHT! WHERE?? On the Corner of 7th & Redlands Blvd. On the Automobile Row Did 792-6808 Committee chairmen were an nounced at the noon meeting of Redlands Knights of the Round table yesterday by Douglas Mel zer, president. They are: Robert E. Kahl, membership; J. G. Chapman, R. Jay Krantz and Leo G. Athans, membership approval; A. Lawrence Marshbum, projects; Frederick G. Johnson, ladies nights and ceremonials; Douglas G. Eadie, grail award. Victor Hanson, chaplain; Omar C. Cofer and WiUiam L. Anders, property; Mrs. Kahl, pubUdty; Stuart T. Lindenberger. Table Talk Editor; Forrest A. Kingsbury, historian; Robert B. Rigney, oratorical contest- Donald J. Stewart, troubadour; Chresten M. Knudsen and Douglas Melzer, iimer-service. Pro{gram chairmen are Mr. Rigney, R. Jay Krantz and Mr. Athans. The Redlands Table of the Loyal Knights of the Roundtable was chartered in 1927. The International organization was founded in 1922 in Oakland. Calif. There are currently 33 tables. They con.«ists of one in Washington, D.C., one in Maryland, one in Virginia, one in Indiana, four in Michigan, one in Ohio, four in Colorado, one in Utah, two in Washington, ele ven in CaUfomia, four in Arizona and one in Canada. The objective is to "inspire each Knight to Uve a life of loyal service to his God, his Country, his Commtmity, his FamUy, his FeUow Knights and himself." The Knights International has a distinguished Ust of .Americans who have accepted the hon or of "Honorary Knights for Life." They include: Luther Bunbank, 1922; Thomas A. Edison, 1923; Charles Evan Hughes, 1923; Robert Andrews MUUkan, 1926; WUfred T. GrenfeU, 1928; Michael I. Pupin, 1928; Lord Robert Baden - PoweU, 1930; Rear-Admiral R. E. Byrd, 1930; Charles E. Saunders, 1932; Fred- crick T. Glasscock, 1933; Cor- deU HuU. 1934; E. Stanley Jones, 1937; John R. Mott, 1937; Amos Alonzo Stagg, 1930; Genera) Douglas MacArthur, 1945; Ed gar DeWitt Jones,- .1947; Jacob Casson Gieger, 1954; Hugh Ham mond Bennett, 1955; General Mark Qark, 1956; and Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Rogers, 1957. CoUege. Upwards of 70 schools through out Riverside and San Bernardino counUes wUl be represent ed. The event is co-sponsored by the San Bernardino VaUey Col lege Language Department, The Kiwanis Clubs of Uptow-n San Bernardino and Uptown River side, and The Pan A-merican Club, the latter a student orga nization. A total of 66 different con tests spamiing eight levels of at tainment in Spanish, French, German, Latin and EngUsh (as a foreign language) are sched uled according to Professor Roger C. Anton, head of the col lege's language department, and coordinator of the activity Anton noted that 90 trophies wiU be awarded to individual students, three to schools, and five covering exceUence in each respective language. "While this can be viewed as a competitive event," said Anton, "its main purpose is the creation of a series of exciting opportunities for language students to sharpen both their skills, and their dedication to study." Russians resume sale of gold in Europe LONDON (UPn — Russia has resumed large scale gold sales in Europe to meet the heavy bill for wheat purchases in the West, authoritative Brit ish sources reported today. The Soviet Union was under stood to have offered on European markets four tons of gold in the past few days, valued at about S4.5 miUion. The price of gold on the free market slumped today under the weight of further Russian sales. The sterUng price feU to its lowest for two months, while the doUar price declined l?a cents to S35 .06Vi. The move was seen by ex perts here as the first in a new series of large scale sales of Russian gold, foUowing the un precedented Moscow gold offers last year. Orders refund LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The California PubUc UtiUties Commission Tuesday directed San Diego Gas & Electric Co. to refund $1,472,525 to customers in connection with tlie multimiUion doUar settlement reached by the PUC «ith the El Paso Natural Gas Co. 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