Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 19, 1964 · Page 6
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March 19, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 6

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6 > Thurs, Mar. 19, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts No more floor pacing Fathers watch through windows as babies arrive By RUTH SNOW O'ROURKE |"Young people these days havejbirth of a baby, taken on a tour There may be fewer babieslbeen well briefed on what to ex- being bom in Redlands durinj this period of population explosion, but there are certainly more fathers helping to deliver them. Attorney General Stanley Mosk has recently ruled that it is legal for an expectant father to be in the delivery room when his child is bom in California "if the mother, the doctor and the hospital agree". . At the Redlands Community Hospital, father's presence in the delivery room is taboo, but he gets a grandstand seat at either of four windows where he can see and be seen by mom and the new arrival. .. "Actually, fathers are allowed in the labor rooms, well steril-! pect regarding the birth of their child. We have morning Maternity Coffees every couple of months. All Uie expectant mothers are invited. The list is compiled from the patients of the obstretricians. About half of those we invite, attend, and Cney are shoftn a film on the Esster seals available ail next week Easter Seals are still available from the San Bcmardmo of the hospital. They see the delivery rooms and the nursery. They are told what to expect at every stage of theu: hospitalization. No doubt the wife goes home and explains it all to her husband." Competition held by Redlands Camera club It was competition night for members of Redlands Camera c/ub, meeting Monday evening in the board room of Redlands public schools. Winners in black and white prints were Bill King. - first: George StringfcUow, second; Ben Hallberg, third: Art Miller and Dr. Leon Foreman, honorable mentions. Color slides. Class B — Betty Miller, first; Lois Stringfel- t, . . . -, , ^ low, second: Audrey Hendry, Husbands are muted to the,ojird; Moyah Clark. Wilma Carlock and Isabel Wildes, honor able mentions. Color slides. Class A — B i 11 King, first; Edna Sams, second; Art MiUer, third; Bill King, Alice King and Ljdia Cook, honorable mentions. Curt Armstrong, chief photographer of the San Bernardino Sun, was judge for the evening. He was accompanied by Mrs. .. Armstrong. Other guests were Our subject being focused on i Bob Clark of Salem. Ore.; Ralph hed naturally, up until ' thc'counly Sociciv for Crioolcd Chil i*''^ ^'^^'^^ "'•'^r than the "lit-iEddy of Oregon City, Ore., and very last stages of childbirth,- l ^^ccjco ior LnppiM cnu darlings", we struck a high Mrs. Ross Miller. Miss Ailecn Farley assistant .f"* 7"""^.^°'" note in the information during The club received a congratu- administrator, explained, -us .^"""^i' residents who .Tiay;,j,g discussion of behaWor pat-'^Bicry letter from John Kell almost a routine these davs .l:L ''^^^'^""!y<;''/h^'" "leitem for parents. ' Coffees" and although many are called few attend. The decrease in the number of new babies could be attributed to any number of things but no one seems to care to conjecture about it The Director of Nurses, Mrs. Retha Lloyd estimates that Redlands "new arivals" are down in number from the high of 700 a year to less than 600 a year. GRAND OPENING - Ambassadors of Redlands Chamber of Commerce this morning joined in the official opening of Lange & Runkel Chevrolet agency's new $350,000 facility on Alobamo street. Ed Jury spoke for the Ambassadors and Mayor Charles Parker for the city. Shown from left Mrs. John Runkel, John Runkel, partner with his father in the firm. Mayor Parker, Mr. Jury, Mrs. E. E. Runkel, and E. E. Runkel, senior member of the firm. (Daily Facts photo by Clifford J. Kenison) Ti, „ , „. 1 „ . u . . "'"mail due to unlisted phone num The parents know what to c.vi, „_ u . - „ „ j pect medically in a normal,^-f T.'^Hartwick, birth, and the mother derives much comfort from her husband's presence. I'm sure the husband gets just as much comfort during his anxious moments by being close to his wife." About seventy-five per cent of the fathers, choose to be present during the their children. "In the good old days, or .should we just say, 'in the old days' the mysteries of childbirth were so prevalent that father usually paced the floor, in some remote roome within the hospital walls. Not so today." Miss Farley went on, chairman of the years fund drive, urged the use of the 1964 seals on cards, letters and packages to help make known the efforts of crippled children to overcome their handicaps. She said tliat contributions to t h e Easter Seal appeal may be sent directly to the San Bernardino birth of I County Society for Crippled ChU- dren and Adults, or to "CRIP PLED CTIILDREN" c-o Local Postmaster, before the c a m paign ends Easter Sunday, March 29. Easter Seals can be obtained from the CRIPPLED Children's office at 1055 North "F" street, San Bernardino. "It director of the Photographic So cicty of America hospital slide apparently has become, , ,^ an accepted routine for new j project. The Redlands club sent babies to be welcomed on the|'50 slides for use in veterans- hospitals around the world. President Betty Miller told of moment of arrival by both parents, and father behaves with outer calm." Since it is a common belief that exceptions prove a rule, there is a case in point. A young father having witnessed the birth of his first child and having shown slight but not unusual signs of nervousness, carried on to the very end with great incouciance. A beaming.nurse went to tell him, "You have a beautiful bouncing boy!" Father promptly passed out and had to be taken to his car in a wheel chair. the letter she received last week from 19-year-oId Miwako Vamana of Japan. Miss Yamana wrote of traveling in the mountains in her country and enclosed several pictures. The next club meeting will be JIarch 30 in the board room for the showing of travelogues and photo essays. Included on the program will be a slide set of Redlands to be sent to Hino, Japan. Mayor Charles Parker and members of the Sister City committee have been invited to see this slide set and other visitors are also welcome. Golf group raises $50 at Sam Snead's More than 250 golf enthusiasts attended the benefit golf clinic last night at the Sam Snead All American Golf Course, Colton, and in excess of $50 was collected for the San Bernardino County Crippled Childrens Association, Bill Brode, pro manager, stated today. The clinic was sponsored by the Riverside-San Bernardino counties Golf Professional association. Wednesday afternoon, six pros rated the course at 54, par being 57. you'll swoon, too... when you discover how much you save with a Gas clothes dryer. There's a small fortune to be saved on installation alone. (Other kinds of dryers can cost as much to install as they do to buy!) You save on operating costs, too. Less than 2^ a load with a Gas dryer. (Other kinds cost four times as much!) Drying time? Nothing beats the speed of modern Gas. A Gas dryer keeps right up with your, washer...dries clothes soft, fluffy, airy as can be. 'Nuff said? Visit your dealer's or Gas Company showroom now,. Take a peek at the trouble-free, fast money-saving Gas dryers. You'll swoon, too. A A ) '-(j O s"' /-J Imperfect return attracts special IRS attention The surest way to get special attention from the Internal Rev enue Service is to file an "imperfect" return. However, this special attenUon has no bene fits; just more delay and additional cost for everyone. This tax advice from R. A. Biddell, District Director of the Internal Revenue. He pointed out 6 common items that delay the processing of returns. They are: (1) failure to attach W-2 forms, (2) no signatures, (3) tax information not readable, (4) failure to list dependents and exemptions, (5) failure to total deductions, and (6) failure to list Social Security number. What happens when the taxpayer forgets one'of the above: Mr. Riddell said the return must he specially processed and any refund will be delayed. If the taxpayer calls or writes about his refund, this inquiry takes clerical help away from the processing of correctly prepared returns. Thus, all returns are slowed up. Review your return very carefully when it is completed, Mr. Riddell advised. Put it aside overnight, then review it again the next day. After ycu are sure it is clear, complete, and correct, mail it to District Director of Internal Revenue, Los Angeles, CaUfomia, 90012. Burglars get small amount of loot Burglars who entered the Redlands Farming Company offices at 111 East Citrus last night caused extensive damage to office equipment but left with only S6 in change, police reported. The burglars forced open a door and searched all four offices, apparently in an unsuccessful effort to find the company's safe. Filing cabinets and a secretary's desk were damaged. Adult class In rock hunting trip The Yucaipa Adult Education Class in Lapidary and Silver- smithing has been invited to participate in a rock hunting trip set for Saturday, March 21, Don Kelly, coordinator, said today. The Norco Rock Club has invited the class to meet them in Yermo to go for petrified palm and jasper in the nearby hills, ff the weather is nice, a record turn out is expected. Interested "hounds" in the community are also invited to go along, according to Bemie Mauldin, class instructor. Flower show winners named at Orange Show Redlands area first place winners in the International Flower and Garden Show being held in conjunction with the National Orange show now in progress were announced today. Amateur arrangements: Using fruit, Ruth Sidler, 1912 Country Club drive, Mrs. Sidler also won a first place for her display suggestive of the sea. Junior arrangements, ages 912: Featuring a Figurine, Sharon Ann Olmos, 124 South Buena Vista. Junior Division — Miniature Garden, aged 9-12: In a Shell, Terry E. Olmos, 124 South Buena Vista. Nursery display: Italian Garden with Statuary, Vera F. Rupe, 12624 17th street, Yucaipa. About People Jack Rundles, 315 Gardenia, Redlands, recently became the 73rd member of the Riverside- San Bernardino Area Chapter of the Society of the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America, Inc. Jack is one of four from Bedlands who are members of the famous singing aggregation. The others are: Al Dibble, 56 South Center, Jack Homer, 1511 West Fern, and David Johnson, 613 Pine. REDLANDS' HEADQUARTERS FOR AUTOMATIC GAS aOTHES DRYERS BURROUGHS 117 E. State Phone 793-5485 Redlands AppliailCeS ANNOUNCES EXTRA SAVINGS WITH VALUABLE WISE OWL STAMPS DOWNING'S FLYING "A" Phone 792-2725 24 HOUR TOWING SERVICE 24 HOUR MECHANICAL SERVICE 520 EAST STATE ST. REDLANDS (NEXT DOOR TO FIRE STATION) VALUABLE COUPON I I 100 EXTRA WISE OWL STAMPS on a COMPLETE LUBRICATION! OIL CHANGE - FILTER - LUBE | THIS OFFER EXPIRES APRIL 19th, 1964 B

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