Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 25, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 2

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, March 25, 1964
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2 - Wed., March 25, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts V. M 'I? si. STUDENT COUNCIL - Kimberly school's second semester student council, headed by Jon Edwards, president; Melissa Bornett, vice president, and Debbie Cook, secretary, is represented by one member from each classroom. Above are both first and second semester council members. In addition to the officers, they ore Debbie Holmes, Ed losee, laura Brocalo, Mike Lynn, Kathryn Kane, Edward Callender, Patti Edwards, Geofrey Capen, Pat Beaver, Steve Bowersox, Karen Pearson, Tom Fallows, Froncie Lee, Bob Mitterling, first semester. Barton Daniels, Beth Dunn, Tom Oliver, Dana Lee, Mary Bazuin, Rebecca Maxfield, Julia Hart, Margaret Bernard, David McKenzie, Steve Bowersox, Terry VogI, Melissa Barnstt, Greg Johnson, Roger Orton, second semester. ccie LLU Church To Present Easier Canfafas The music department of the Loma Linda University Church will present two Easter cantatas, Friday at T:30 p.m. The first will be "Christ lag in Todesbanden" ("Christ lay in the chains of death") by J. o. Bach. This expressive choral work of Bach will be sung in German. The second cantata to be presented is Theodore DuBois* "Seven last Words of Christ: The DuBois cantata will have organ, harp, and tympani accompaniment and will feature as soloists: Carol Heckstroth, soprano;' Dr. Gayle Nelson, tenor; and Merrill Enright, bass. The program will begin with the playing of traditional Easter chorales by a brass choir in the narthex of the church. The entire presentation is under the direction of Patrick Hicks, minister of music for the University Church. JIISS JOSEPHINE BEAY Sedcty Editor Spelman Piano Students In Two Recitals Solo and ensemble piano numbers were played by a group of students of Muriel Spelman who presented two programs at her home, 20 East Cypress a%'enue, recently. Playing were Julia and Clyde Brett, Jackie Dunn. Barbara Wright, Debra Dennison, Janet Minor, Tawny Pipp, Bruce and Cathy Laycook, Paul and John nie Ebermeier, Jim Meier, Jon Dean, Ann Peterson, Fred I Brown and-Donna and Douglas Claflin. Following the recital, all en joyed a social hour with fami- |Ues and friends as guests. English-bom Pope Only one Englishman, Nicholas Breakspear, ever has been elected Pope of the C a t h o 1 i c Church. As Adrian IV, he was Pope from 1154 to 1159. ROLLICKIN' ROBINS TUCSON, Ariz. (UPI) - Red pyracantba berries are being blamed for making robms dnmk in the southern Arizona resort city. This is possible because the berries ferment and are an outside attraction to hungry robins. But John Shaefer, head of the Tucson Audubon Society, suspects the birds are not drunk all the time — merely over-stuffed. Bill Gebbie Has "A" Average At Vienna Univ. William Gebbie, a student this year at the University of Vienna, has earned a 4.0 (straight "A") average for the fall academic semester, according to word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Gebbie, 716 East Palm avenue. A history major, he is me of a group of about 140 stodats sponsored by the Institute of European Studies in^ Chicago for study abroad this year. BUI attended Loyola University in Los Angeles for his-freshiaao and sophomore years and will return there for his senior year. Now on an Easter vacation holiday trip, Bill is enjoying travel in Italy and expects to attend Easter Sunday Mass at St. Peter's cathedral in Rome. He plans further travel during the summer before returning to this country and will visit the World's Fair in New. York en route to California in Septem her. TEMPLE BAPTIST GROUP CONVENES Kathleen Jones circle of Temple Baptist church met yesterday with Mrs. Cate. Wilkerson, 630 Eureka street, with Mrs. Fannie Wilson leading the calendar of prayer for missionaries. The program for the day was on the subject of "Christian Citizenship." Present were Mmes. Arnold Hayes, Ralph Granillo, R. A. Morris, Wilson, H .-0. Gossett, Fay Joy,-J. D. Sandifer, M. J. Stevens, Edward West and the hostess. MUSEUM PIECE HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Producer Joseph E. Levine has dug up an old World War II B-17 bomber (complete with its original 8th Air Force markings) from the Air Museum in- California for key scenes in "Where Love Has C^ne." Choose m n OMEGA asidyou may never need another watch. $65 to $1000 CONVENIENT TERMS' 7j\ J E W e L E H 7 No. Fifth Sf. Redland* Aerou From IWIon* Mwal Catholic Scouts Get High Award Six Boy Scouts of Troop 11 of Sacred Heart church were among 42 Scouts who recently received the Ad Altare Dei, Catholic Scouting's highest religious award, conferred by Most Rev. Francis J. Furey, Apostolic Administrator of San Diego Diocese, in St. Joseph's Cathedral, San Diego. Receiving awards were Michael and James Boyle, sons of Mr. and Mrs. James Boyle, 1012 West Fulbright avenue; William Hughes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hughes, 620 North Falcon street; Edward Smith, son of Sir. and Mrs. Dan C. A. Smith, 916 West Olive avenue; Donald J. Page, son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Donald Page, 310 East Sunset drive North; and Kenneth Jacobs, son of iti. and Mrs. Kenneth Jacobs, 30515 East Sunset drive. Herod was the family name of a group of rulers of various provinces of Palestine about the time of Christ. BOWLING ENDURANCE MERCED, Calif. (UPI) — A team of five Merced College students today claimed a new [bowling record, but the mark may last only a few days. , The team rolled 356 games in |S0 hours on one lane, surpassing an English team's total by tvo. But another quintet of Merced College students promptly announced that they would try to surpass the 356 game total. A local radio station is sponsoring the students' efforts to set kegling endurance marks. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY (FOR LOCAL WOMAN) We are looking for a mature woman — a local resident — with thorough knowledge and background in the Beauty Salon business. Must be qualified to manage a large Solon — in Redlands — with the latest, most complete equipment known to the business. If you qualify your earning potential is practicolly unlimited. NO INVESTMENT REQUIRED. This is truly an excellent opportunity for the right party. If interested write to Redlands Daily Focts, Box 34. Q—The bidding has been: East Sonth Wert North 14 IV 2« Pass 3« 3* 4t Pass Pass ? 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