Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 26, 1964 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, March 26, 1964
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2 - Thurs., Mar. 26,1964 Redlands Daily Facts Motoring Hint Automobile clubs advise motorists not to overload the trunk of their vehicles. Too much weight in the rear of the automobile affects the balance of! the car and tends to point the headlights off the road. Trail's Ceurs* The Appalachian Trail runs from Maine to Georgia through 14 states, 8 national forests and 2 national parks. The trail is maintained by a number of pri vate hiking and camping orga nizations. cordially invite yon to vtexv line of their complete bedding Stationery 208 Eflsf ^tate Bridal Keghtry Aviation Space writers meet at Norton Base Norton Air Force base is hosting some .150 members of the Aviation Space Writers organization today, including William ' J. CoughUn, the national] president from Washington, D.C. Delegates to the day - long schedule of panels and tours, are from Colorado, New Mexico, UUb, Arizona, Nevada and California. Maj. Gen. W. Austin Davis, commander of the Ballistic Sys terns division, will preside ?.t the dinner meeting and press conference later today. Thomas M. Self, aviation editor of Business Week, will head the delegation from Southern California and Robert Lindsey of the San Jose Mercury-News leads the Northern California delegation. In addition to the national president, Richard C. Keifer of Albuquerque, the national vice president, was also scheduled to attend. Power heads branch of security firm Stuart E. Power, who has been m the investment fieM in California for the past 15 years, has now been named residient manager of the Eastman Dillon Union. Seciirities and company j office in Riverside. Mr. Power, a Redlands native, resides at 120 Summit avenue with his wife and four children. . Before joining Eastman Dillon in 1951, he was resident representative of Kidder, Pea body and company. Eastman Dillon has offices throughout the U.S. and in ma jor cities in California. Mr. Power's office in Riverside is at 6290 Magnolia in the Riverside Plaza area. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Services for actor GLENDALE (UPI) —Services were scheduled for today for veteran character actor Addison Richards, 61, who died Sunday at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital. The funeral services were to ber in the Wee Kirk 0' The Heather Chapel at Forest Lawn Memorial-Park here with interment to be at.Claremont. City Council candidates to speak in forum • A City Forum at which the seven candidates for election to the City Council may express their views has been scheduled for April 8. ' • The Forum is sponsored by the Redlands Junior Chamber of Commerce for the benefit of Redlands voters in the April 14 municipal election. Wayne S. Wyllie, governmental affairs chairman for the Jaycees, stated that the public Forum will be held in Grace Mullen Auditorium from 7:30 p. m. to 10 p.m. it is planned that each can didate will speak for not more than 10 minutes. After all candidates have spoken, written questions directed to specific candidates will be received from the audience," Wyllie explained He added, "This meeting will permit candidates to address the voters, and at the same time will permit voters to judge Council candidates." Invitations to appear at the Forum were mailed to each candidate yesterday. San Jose asks early student application let If MISS JOSEPHINE BILW Society Editor Because of the limitations imposed upon the enrollment at ^ # . i <» . T i • i San Jose State couege, au first Urchestral ^ymposiuiTi To Infroduce time freshmen and lower divi- , . / sion students must complete ap- |y Qrks Of 5 /Jf CoOipOSerS April 4 plication for admission to SJSC r r by May 1 for the 1964 fall se- Compositions by two compos- mester. ers from Illinois and the works The Board of Trustees of the four others wiU be premiered California State Colleges h a s the ninth annual Orchestral limited the enroUment of new Symposium of American Music freshmen and lower division April 4 at 8:15 p.m. in Memo- transfer students to 3.700 for™'chapel. , „ . the faU semester. AU appUca- J'^'''^r„ ^"^"6 .Ma«n« tioijs for admission to SJSC wiU «^««* "^J^^ a^onf s i x com be treated on a first-come, first P?f.^5 "^^"^^ "^^^ ^ served basis. played for the first time by the University, - Community Sym phony Orchesfra under direction of Dr. David Daniels. The Symposium is under general direction of Dr. Wayne R. 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DlJnois where he is a graduate student in composition. He has studied composition with Walter Aschaffenburg and Joseph Wood at Oberlin and Gordon Binkerd and Robert Kelley at the University of II linois. His "Concert Piece" will be premiered during the Bed- lands program. Maurice Weed, recipient of many composition awards, received his A.B. trom Western Michigan University, his B.M., M.M. and Ph. D. from Eastman School of Music, Rochester, N.Y. He has taught in five differentj schools and colleges, including Eastman and Northern Illinois University and his works' have been played in Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C, and in Carnegie Hall, N.Y. Other composers whose works will be heard during the April 4 concert are Arthur Frackenpohl, Dan Morehouse, Charles Kelso Hoag and Burt Szabo. JEREMY LUSTIG This lOdinnonl vateh attachment witli attractive box clasp , •till make any •» ^ , mtchnwestan>- MONTH oralis. UfiinBHT. mTMlE TAPE RECORDER Includes: 3 inch recording tap*. 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In approvmg the bill, the House defeated attempts by representatives from the Midwest to block construction of a $61 million electf'onics research center in the Boston area. It also rejected an amendment that would have eliminated $24.7 million earmarked for research on a supersonic air transport plane. We, the Women By RITTH MILLETT. Do you want to know how to make your retirement years some of the best years of your life? A reader of this column who retired several years ago and has been "extremely happy" with more things to do than she has time to do offers her own set of rules for living happily after retirement; 1. Act your age. Seek the companionship of persons in your own age group, with interests similar to your own. 2. Do not vmderestimate youth. Do not patronize the young with such remarks as "When you've lived as long as I have 3. Do not be a bore. Give others equal time for talking. Really listen to them, instead of waiting impatiently for a chance to interrupt. 4. 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