Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 23, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Monday, March 23, 1964
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2 - MOIL, March 23,1964 Redlands Daily Facts Burton rages as fans overwhelm Liz in Boston GirlScout News BOSTON (UPI) — Improper Eostonians have given Liz Tijr- lor and Richard Barton anything but a proper reception. "My wife was almost killed," Burton thundered, trembling with rage. One-Uiousand shouting, claW' ing admirers swarmed the new- Ij-wcd stars in the lobby of the usually staid Sheraton Plaza Hotel Sunday night tearing at their hair and cbthing for soU' venirs. Miss Taylor suffered back and arm injuries. She was treated by a doctor, given a sedative and put to bed in a plush suite once used by the late President Kennedy, former President Eisenhower and other notables. Dr. Charles Grapek, who treated Miss Taylor, said he probably would examiner her: again today. Detectives were on guard outside their 10-r o o m John Hancock suite on the third floor of the hotel to prevent anyone from disturbing the stars. Burton, here to perform in the Shakespearean tragedy "Hamlet" which opens Tuesday at the Shubert Theater, threatened to lodge a formal com plamt with Boston Police Commissioner Edmund L. McNa- J.iara regarding improper protection. Office equipment taken An unknown amount of office equipment is believed to have been stolen from a storage warehouse at 302 West Brockton avenue in recent days, police reported. The theft of possibly several tj -pettTiters and tape recorders was reported Sunday, but may have occurred last week. The equipment was owned by the Hawkcns Office Supply company. A complete inventory is to be made to determine the exact loss. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through qiassified Ads. CONGRATULATIONS AND HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MRS. ALBERT LANDEROS 1333 Joipcr — Minfon* PHASE ACCEPT WITH OUR COMPLIMENTS IJ'^ o A One Pound Box MARCELU'S CAHOIES Your Choice. Stop in Soon. PHONE ORDERS HONORED MAIL AND DELIVERY SERVICE MARCELLA'S 4 Orange St. 7W-3402 0 o Helpers, and Be Friend Makers, The third evening program for CEd. note—Troop «ct!vjties of Girl Scouts and Brownie* should be submitted promptly to Girl Scout headquarters where it will be consolidated weekly for publication. Only activities of the cnrrent week wiD be considered for the Gir> Scout coItmiB.J Palm Neighborhood Palm neighborhood of San Gorgonio Girl Scout Council held several events in lecogni tim of Girl Scout Week, the Ju liette Low World Friendship Program and to get better acquainted with other troops and their families. A family potluck dinner attended by 100 people was held by Junior Troop 86 led by Mmes. Robert Nicholson and H. Welty Kuhns, and Brownie Troop 35 led by Mmes. Perry D. Part ridge and Robert E. Coonce, at the First Congregational Church, I sponsor for Troop 86. Mistress of ceremonies was Eathy Gross, for the program which included a representation of a brottnie meeting and the explanation of [the Junior program with every girl participating. Guests Donna Gibson explained the Cadctte program, and Sally Danielson, the senior program. Tables were decorated with dolls in various Girl Scout uniforms, foreign dolls, arts and crafts made by the gkls working towards bad ges, and knot boards used m learning, the out-of-doors pro gram. Helen Roberts, Junior, played the accompaniment to the sung grace, "Thanks be to God". Candles lit singly by each girl m turn until every girl held .a lighted candle was a part of (the impressive closing ceremony which ended with taps. Brovtuie Troop 4 led by JImes Pa.^cal Lancaster and Kemieth L. Foster, and Junior Troop 22 with Mmes. J. P. Tracy and J. W. Rose as leaders, entertained their families at an evening program held at the Brookside Free Methodist Church, Troop |22's sponsor. Rev. Jack Mott weiler gave the invocation. Skits representing the four levels of Scouting were presented with three patrols of the Junior Troop portraying the upper levels, assisted by guest Carolyn Sluis at ~ uies —• — illustrated the Brownie B's "y programs honoring the birth - Be Discoverers. Be Ready Girl Scoutmg. By Ruth Millctt From a male reader comes this complaint "Why should my wife expect me to help with the children or housework when I've got a full-time job to take care of? I feel a man should Ihave his evenings and wedRndsj free to relax, .or to study to further his career, especially when be works' all day, Hoeday through Friday. That's one way <tf looking at it, all right, the masculine way. But lefs took at it from tbe wife 's point of view for x moment Is she free to spend her evenings and weekoids relaxing, TO BE SUMMER TRAVELERS - Four Redlands teenagers who are eagerly anticipating their trip through the United States and into Eastern Canda this summer are, from left, Jim Suydam, son of the lee K. Suydams, 30990 Sutherland drive; Jody Hill, son of Dr. and Mrs. Harold M. Hill, 30376 Sunset drive; Marcia Welch, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Austin R. Welch, 626 South Buena Vista street, and Mike Knott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Knott, 141 Anita court. They will travel with other students from Southern California with,the Touring Teens of California Educational Tours on a 43-day excursion, leaving June 20. by Mrs. Willis Oden, acting Girl Scout executive, to acquaint parents with the sequence and purpose of the program, as well as give the girls a preview of what is m store for them on the advanced levels of Scouting Cope Junior High School Ca- dettes, a part of Palm neighborhood, held their program earlier this month and Mission School will have theirs in April. All of these represent one of the five neighborhoods included in sisted by guest Carolyn Muis ai San Gorgonio Gurl Scout Coun- the Cadette level. The Brownies <^'^' of which have held fam- — ii„ nrnorami: hnnnnns the birth Mt. View Neighborhood Brownie and Intermediate Par n^= 'wTh^TdT. Troops 43 and IS ioin^ m pre- Srirf w^e ToSie table and making the refresh- 3lf ifaders Mmes. Mark -"cnts themselves. There was a A. Hardin, Leonard G. Holden, 93, leaders Mmes. Don Rogers, Chresten Knudsen and 96, leaders Mmes. Byron Mitchell and Ronald Skaggs; and Junior Troops 13, Mmes. Malcolm Hebert and J. D. Goehring leaders, T^p 15, Mmes. D. G. Nunn and William West, and Troop 59 with Mrs. Jack Hamm as leader. Bettina Nunn, Junior Scout. I acted as mistress of ceremonies for the program which included a pantomime about Junior Scouting with Katherine I Hamm as narrator. The bridges of scouting were explained by Leslie Newcomer, Brownie; Patsy Cook, Junior and guests Claudia Burgess and Nancy Grip. Cadettes and Shirley Boser, Se- Iniors. The Dimes for Daisy March was a special part of the program. Several Girl Scout songs appropriate to the parts of the program " Touring Teens To See Country's Historical Sites This Summer [display of items made by the girls and these were covered by the collectors and sewing bad ;ges earned. The program included an ex planation of the Girl Scout Promise and laws and a choral reading. The gu-ls sang the "Our Chalet" song in French. Cadette Scouts EUen Cowen and Martha .•\rredondo and senior Scout Virginia Leon also participated in the program. Citrus Neighborhood Over 70 Scouts, including Brownies, Cadettes and Inter- I mediates of Sacred Heart school, attended Mass on Go-To- I Church Sunday and were served breakfast in the school hall after the church service. It is hoped that this will become an annual event of Girl Scout Week. Round Table A round table discussion for Brownie leaders, assistant lead- |crs and all others interested in the program, is scheduled for A moonlight ride on a Missis- jsippi River twat; two days in historical Williamsburg, Va.; a tour of the Civil War battle- I fields; and the sights in beautiful Quebec, Canada, are only a few of the interesting experiences ahead for the Touring Teens group who will spend 43 days this summer on an extensive bus tour of this country, with an excursion into Canada. The young people will make .the 10,000-mile trip by air con- Iditioned bus with trained and experienced drivers at the wheel. A competent staff of certified teachers (one teacher to leach 10 students) and a nurse will accompany each of the two student sections. . Traveling through Arizona, |New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, North Caro- ^ ^^'JJ'- tomorrow morning from 9:30 to were mcluded at alii, . ,. „ „ .f.^^ „„ •„ I of the events. Also the new colored film, "This is Girl Scouting" was shown to all groups. ;2 in the Scout office. There wiU; be opportunity for exchange of problems, ideas and program plans. It's the Smart Costume Look for Easter at Louise's Dress & Coat ensembles from $24, OPEN FRl. NITES TIL 9 .«Nr Seat belts save Yic Damone, wife, Judy BISHOP (UPI) — Auto scat belts were credited today with [possibly saving the lives ol singer Vic Damone and his actress-wife, Judy, when their expensive foreign - made car skidded out of control on a mountain road and crashed into a tree during a weekend outing. The Saturday night accident on U.S. 335 about SO miles north |of this mountain town on the east side of the Sierra Nevada Range sent Damone to Northern .Inyo Hospital with a possible [concussion and facial cuts and bruises. His wife also suffered a con cussion and cuts and bruises, ibut neither was listed as in serious condition. Una and Virginia, the wonders of the countryside and visits to all historic sites will be included. In Washington, D.C., where the group will spend four days, a highUght will be meetings [with Senators and Congressmen. There will be a stop for lunch in the to«Ti of Gettysburg en route to Philadelphia from where the tour group wiU con tinue on to New York City. There the teen-agers will have a full day at the World's Fair. Another stop in Boston is scheduled before going on to Portland, Maine, and then into Canada where accommodations will be at the famous Chateau Frontenac overlooking the old walled city of Quebec. Ottowa and Niagara are also on the Canada itinerary. Back in the States, the tour will continue ia Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, South Dakota, Wyoming, Utah and Nevada. Mrs. Jane E. Hillsen and Robert J. Massongill are president and vice president of California Educational Tours and serve as tour directors. Complete information may be obtained by writing to California Educational I Tours, 1521 West Highland avenue, or by telephoning 792-1170 ior 792-6407. Hinckley picks page at Redlands High Lowell Ponte, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ponte of 511 Terra cina, won distinction by being selected to serve as Page to As semblyman Stewart L. Hinckley during the week of March 23- 27th. High school boys from all over the state will gather this week in similar fashion to work closely with their Assemblymen and State Senators during their Easter vacation. Due to the fact that Redlands will not be in recess until April 6th, young Ponte will miss this week of school. In addition to being President [of the California Scholarship Federation at Redlands High, Lowell is extremely active in speech events, recently qualify mg as a debate finalist in the Citrus Belt Speech Leagus tournament As a junior, he was honored academically by being selected as Junior Class Usher. Mochines can't beat 36-24-36 in Nevada CARSON cm-, Nev. (UPI)An official who super\ises gambling for the state of Nevada has observed it's the fringe benefits that make female blackjack dealers preferable to newly invented mechanical ones. Edward A. Olsen, chairman of the Gaming Control Board, said the mechanical dealer, which looks like a fancy pinball machine, will not replace the dealers in the state's casinos. "The machines don't measure 36-24-36 and are not much on conversation," he pointed out. Dog solves mystery POOLE, England (UPI)Mrs. Anne Hoare called the police when someone stole clothing from her wash-line. Shcba, a police dog, found the culprit — a golden Labrador dog owned by a neighbor 400 yards away. The missing clothes were found hidden in bushes. Louises 113 Orange St. Downtown Redlands Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anjihing CaU 793-3221 MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM AAADE MATTRESSES Free Pick-Up and Delivery Free Estimates BANNER Mattress & Upholstery Co. 122 CAJON PY 3-5851 Star Magnitudes In astronomy, the magnitude of a star is the measure of its brightness. The higher the number expressing the brightness, the fainter the star. pursuing a hobby or imprcrmg her mind? Without any help from her husband, her evenings are any- ing but "free evenings." After dad comes borne and settles {down to relax, there is dinner to get oa the table, dishes to be done, children's baths to supervise, children to be put to bed, and so on and so forth. Is that bow it should be. men working an eight -hoar day five days a week and a vroman working a 12-bour day seven days a week? Is a man a fool or a woman selfish in thinking things should be evened up a little— that when dad is away from his job he should pitch in and help around the house enough so that mom gets to do a little relaxing, too? If the breadwinner is successful enough to be able to afford to hire some help for his wife, or pro\ide her with enough 'labor-saving devices that she can do her work with a minimum of time and effort that's another story. But the average 40-hour-a- week husband with an 84-hour- a-week wife, shouldn't begrudge her help. He'll be happier with the extra free time they have together. Gamma Phi Beta Mother's Club Fashion Tea Set "Gateways to Fashion" will be the theme for the Fashion Show and Tea presented by the Mother's Club of Gamma jPhi Beta, University of South- em California, Friday, April 3rd, at 1:30 p.m. at the sorority house,, 737 West 28th street Los Angeles. Floral frellises will set the theme for the parade of fashions. Haggarty's is planning the show and the modeling wiU be done by the girls in the swority. Gaily decorated tea taUes will be found in the dining room and in the patio, where guests will be served dessert Highlighting the afternoon will ibe songs featuring the sorority girls. [ Participating in the entertainment for the afternoon from Redlands. w£U be Miss K a t h y Bloebauffl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bloebaum, 715 Chest|nut avenue. French Alliance ToHearUCR facuity ember Guest speaker at the Wednesday evening meeting of Alliance Francaise. 8 o'clock in the Peppers Art Center at the Univer- |sity of Redlands. will be Dr. Jean Pierre Barracelli, teacher of French at the University of Califomia at Riverside. Or. Barracelli was bom in aeveland. Ohio, and has been a resident of Califomia since last fan. He received his B.A.. M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Harvard university and has taught at Harvard, Brandeis University and in Bergen, Norway. A specialist in the work of .Balzac in particular. Dr. Barra- Icelli has also studied the relationship between music and literature and is a composer and conductor himself. He is currently working on a book on Balzac and has had two books published,, one on Chausson and another on the Italian poet Leopardi. Plane crashes in mountains, four escape A single en^e airplane crashed on a mountain ridge east of Wrightwood Sunday, but the pilot and three passengers es caped, serious injury, the Sheriffs Office reported. The light plane, a Cessna 172, was caught in a blinding snowstorm and crashed in Lone Pine Canyon, four miles east of Wrightwood. Norman R. Miller, 56, of San Gabriel, radioed in for landing information, but the aircraft I hit a high ridge. Two of the men {walked out to nearby Clyde's Ranch, southeast of the crash I scene. Volunteers from the [Wrightwood Fire department climbed the ridge and brought the two men still in the plane down. Passengers were Miller's son, Norman R.; and Robert Phelps, 47, and George Stevens, 52, both I of Pasadena. The plane was bound from Las Vegas to San Gabriel. FILM TO BE PART OF WCTU PROGRAM A meeting of the Redlands WCTU is scheduled for tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the First Baptist church lounge. The color film, "Theobald Faces the Facts", will be shown. The squeaky wheel may get the oil, but chronic complainers deseive a bucket of ice water—over their heads. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Adi -'so ditterent!"\ * Decorative Accessories * Gifts For ALL Occasions * Original Eoster Cards • Cmlomtr Poriiing VaVula^md • YOB A«oy Park in Front 221 East State Htltn Vawtef Aero« from S€«urit7 B««k Jwiie Vawttr going places % ^ with 9 "Miss Young Fashion" Excitingly Yours for Easter you don't hove to believe in the Easter bunny to thrill over this little suit hatched by Jack Bloom of Callfornio ... fashioned of a feather-light woo! of interesting weave, the three-quarter sleeve ' jacket is detailed with two fabric covered buttons and a brace of flap pockets on either side ... the slim and slimming skirt is fully lined . . . here in blue in sizes 8 to 14 at 49.95. Fashion Floor — Horns' PHOTO BY JAMES SLOAN

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