Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 4, 1964 · Page 4
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4 > Saturday, Apr. 4, m Redlands Daily Facts MOOa A - Jerry Sfohter (i) and Harold F. Jones, Norton AFB civilian employes, »hin« up their Fords for the All-Western Model A Day and Swap meet. Sunday, 8 a. m. to 4 p. m., at. the Orange Show grounds. Jones is president of the Parodise Valley Model A Club, sponsor of the event. Judging will bs at 9 a. m. No admission is charged to the public. Candidate's sfatemenf John Foy for reviving fwo-way State street UR alumni soon to be receiving moiJ baffots University of R e d 1 a n d alumni will soon be receiving ballots in the mail for new officers and representatives of the Alumni association. A formal slate of nominees has been selected by Milton Powell and bis nominating com mittee. But Other, candidates may be nominated if a lO-sig- nature petition is submitted prior'to April 15. Balloting will be done after May 1. Nominated as president-elect is Dr. Conway W. Snyder, prominent phj'sicist and former Redlands resident Now living in La Crescenta, be is with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena. A 1937 graduate of the UH, he later earned his Ph.D. in physics from Caltcch and has since earned a reputation as one of the country's foremost nuclear physicists. He has been at JPL for the past eight years. Nominated for early class representative on the Alumni board is Mrs. Orland J. Fowler of Redlands, a retired teacher and most active in the musical world of the community. She was a former vice president of the UR student body. Her husband was president in 1926. Also nominated for early class is Dr. William J. Hawks of La Mesa. An elementary .school principal in the San Diego district, he is also married to an alum, has three chil­ dren, the eldest 29, and holds a doctorate in education from Stanford. For middle class representative, the nominees are June Hinckley Hyink (Mrs. Bernard), now of FuUerton, and Don Hillman of Tulare. Mrs. Hj-ink is a former Red- lander and her husband is a former faculty member at the UR. He is now vd\h Orange State college. She has been active in Presbyterian church work, ia the YWCA and Girl Scouts. Mr. KUman was UR student body president in 1946-47 and is now an insurance broker in Tulare. He is also a member of the Tulare county board of supervisors and was Chamber of Commerce "Man of the Year" in 1958. Nominees for late class representatives are Mrs. Pat Fleming Opp and James Ed son, both again being married to alums of the UR. Mrs. (Walter) Opp, who grad uated in 1948, lives in Pasa dena, has three children, is president of the UR Women's club in San Gabriel Valley and is active in the Presbyterian church, PTA and Girl Scouts. Mr. Edson is a Long Beach attorney and a 1953 graduate. He is married to the former Judith Ware and they have two children. He is active in the Jaycces. the YMCA the First Baptist church. Ambassador Wadswortft to speak at UR Monday A distinguished American statesman will speak at the University of Redlands, April 6 as James J. Wadsworth, former Ambassador to the United Nations, presents a frank evaluation of challenges to the United Nations, Wadsworth, who has a record of long and distinguished serv ice in the U.N., will speak in the Memorial Chapel, Monday evening at 8 p.m. He held a seat on the New York State Assembly for 10 years, worked as Deputy U.S. Representative to the United Nations for seven years, and headed the American dclega tion in 1960. when he skillfully parried Khrushchev's shoe- pounding thrusts at the historic October General Assembly meeting. The author of "The Price of Peace" published in 1962. Wadsworth has also written a scries of articles pubUshcd in the Saturday Review regarding the United Nations, where he .<:cr\-ed as Deputy before succeeding Henry Cabot Lodge. Wadsworth is the scion of an old New York family devoted IA rox wnr COAST TKU1W FOX Wed . Thur*, - Fri. • 7 P. M. Sat. • Sun. • Men. • Tues. From 2 P. M. In Celor • Den Knottt "The Incredible Mr. Limpef" Also In Color - Frank Sinatra "4 For Texas" For All ifM Family 3 JAMES J. WADSWORTH I to politics. His father, James W 01 c 0 11 Wadsworth was speaker of the New York Assembly, a U.S. Senator and a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. A graduate of Vale University, Wadsworth has served in many organizations and committees as a sclf-assertcd pro ponent for peace, security, dis armament and international order. Tickets for the lecture may be purchased from the Public Relations Office, PY 3-212L YUCAIPA CALIMESA CHURCH SERVICES FAITH LUTHERAN OF YUCAIPA VALLEY 12449 California street, Yu- cajpa. Rev. Ray E. Johnson, pastor. Church at study, 9:15. Church at Worship, 10:30. GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN (Mo Synod) 34215 Avenue E, Yucaipa, between 5th and 6th streets. Rev. Harold R. Daum, pastor. Sunday school & Adult Bible Class 9:15 a.m. Worship service 10:30 a.m. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, YUCAIPA 12505 Fourth street Sunday service U a.m.; Sun day school, 9:30 a.m. Cb&- dren cared for during Sunday church service. Wednesday evening testimonial meeting, 8 p.m. Reading room, 12114 Califomia street Open daily except Sundays and holidays 10 a.m. to 4. YUCAIPA VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN 34558 Avenue E, near Fourth street Rev. Robert B. Bannister, pastor. Church school 9:25. Divine worship, 10:45, CHURCH OF CHRIST (YUCAIPA) 33981 Yucaipa boulevard. E. Paul Mathews. Sunday school 9:45. Morning worship 11:00. John Foy, a candidate for the City OmcU in the April 14 mcnicipal election, has submitted the following statement at the invitation of the Daily Facts. Campaign statements by other candidates will be published prior to the election. Mr. Foy, a Realtor, states: With the help of the citizens, I intend to do everything within my power, if elected, to again cause State Street to belong to the people that live in the City of Redlands. The vast majority of the people in Redlands want a two-way street Why botUe it up? The kennel situation in the City of Redlands is deplorable and preposterous. We don't have a pound of any kind. Animals are hauled to a filthy, unkept pound, next to a sewer plant Certainly, the citizens of Redlands feel more kindly than this toward our pets. The money we're spending for such activities could support a re spectable and sanitary pound of which we can be proud. I personally, and I'm sure the majority, do not mind paying taxes. However, it makes us wonder where they are used, and why they keep going up. I do not care for the arrangment with the county on gasoline street-money. The comity gets about as much as we do from the gasoline we buy in our own town. Yet, the county continually fails to utilize taxes off of our gasoline purchases in our own town, on our own streets. It's the dumb est arrangement since the NRA and I think it's high time it was looked into, and something done about it. I think it's high time that a JOHN FOY Frogmen search for buddies CORONADO (UPD- Navy Frogmen slipped into offshore waters tins morning for a fourth day of searching for a trace of two missing buddies who disappeared during an underwater demolition exercise. Seaman Clifford L. Walsh, 22, Imperial Beach, and P.0.3.C Leroy O. Samuelson, 23, Billings, Mont, disappeared Tuesday night off this amphibious training base. lot of things are looked into. I have the time, the energy and the desire to be a Councilman. I need your vote. People's Column Xn4m •! Ik* rsrti *r* tevtM to •taa tktU tkMfkiii M «anU *M •f Mklie latamt l'*r «*• ia tt* rM »to'« c «mB- riMM k* kri *r. Th* writer^ tra* aa* aMms matt aeeamyaar tack.ltMtr tktaak »ca aaain m nnaitM at tka •41i«r'( <lKr <U«a. Road Civil Riahta kill; Writ* Your Swiatars Editor Facts: Tie "QvU Bights Bill". (House BiU No. H.R.7152) is presently being debated oa the floor of the Senate. The supporters of this bill say they are guaranteeing the ri^ts of underprivileged and those who are discriminated against. Those opposed say that it is taking away the rights of many and giving to a selected few. As president of a tocal service organization, in the last two weeks, I have received considerable literature from both sides urging that action be taken by myself and our chapter, in the form of writing to our Senators, telling them how we want them to vote on this bill. One chapter sent a photocopy of the bilL I have studied this bill and the above mentioned literature conscientously. In this bill there are federal regulations covering every citizen: TITLE V. Sec 104 (a) The Commission shall — ."Subsection (i) serve as a national clearing house for information in respect to equal protection of the laws, includ ing but not limited to the fields of voting, education, housing, employment, the use of public facilities, transportation, and the administration of justice. "Subsection (i) have the power to make such rules and regulations as it deems necessary to carry out the purposes of this Act." Nowhere could I find where it stated that it will grant any specific right to any person or persons or group of persons other than the President of the SCRIPT COACH - A fingi review of the script for fonighfa Redlands High school Talent Show is mode by Chris Martin, left, and Tom Reeder, who will serve as the master of cere* monies. Curtain time is 8 p. m. in Clock Auditorium on tho high school campus. Tickets are available at-the door. United States, the Commission on Civil Rights, and other pres- identially appointed personel. If you are a Negro, Mexican, Jewish, or a member of any mmority group you can, by the provisions of this Act, be assured of equal opportunity. However by the same Act all of thesi: provisions - are placed under federal power which can direct these regulations for or against any person or company at their discretion. Do you want the federal government to have this all inclusive power? I have written for 500 photocopies of this bill. Upon receipt I would be glad to give one to any person so interested. After you have read and studied it please write to your Senator and tell him how you want him to vote on this Act, and give your reasons. Write to: Clair Engle and Thomas H. Kuchel, U.S. Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C. i Don Stiers, -. 511 San Jacinto. ' NEW TV SERIES HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - ABC television will start a new series next fall on women in the Navy. It's called "Broadside. PACIFIC DRIVE-IN THEATRES Show Starts «:30 P. M. — All Drive-lns TRI-CITY DRIVE-IN NEW RITZ THEATRE 423 "E" St. - San Bdne. C«nt. Neon - TU 15317 Now Playing . , . Both Theatres Tom Tryon Romy Schneider "THE CARDINAL" In Color Co-Hit! "Armored Car Swindle" BASELINE DRIVE-IN NEW CREST THEATRE $th A "E" Sts. San Bdn& Cent. 12:30 ~ TU M247 New Playing . , . Botfi Theatres Franide Avalon • Annette Funicelle "MUSCLE BEACH PARTY" (Both Color) Co-HitI "Summer Holiday" CALIMESA CALVARY BAPTIST Third street and Avenue L, Bible school 9:45. Morning worship, 11. Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m. Evening worship, 7:39. GREBN VALLEY BIBLE CHURCH 12152 Bryant street, Yucaipa, Rev. Paul Buser FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. ^Villiam H. Ross, pastor. 12194 California street Sunday school S:45. Morning worship 11:00. C. .A. Senice, 6:00. YUCAIPA FIRST CHURCH OF GOD 12452 Bryant street. Rev. Zendel Crook, pastor. Sunday school 9:30. Morning worship 10:30, ser mon by the pastor. YUCAIPA METHODIST Adams and Beech. Rev. aell C. Gray pastor. Sunday school 9:30. Morning worship 9:30 and 11:00, sermon by the pastor. COMMUNITY CHURCH OF DUNLAP ACRES 12717 Fourteenth street. David C. Ims, pastor, YUCAIPA FREE METHODIST Thirteenth street and Avenue tor. £. Rev. James Gallogly, pas YUCAIPA FIRST BAPTIST 34784 Yucaipa boulevard. Rev. William Sloan, pastor. FIRST SOUTHERN BAPTIST CHURCH OF YUCAIPA 32360 Avenue "E". Rev. D. A. Likins Sunday school, 9:45. YUCAIPA VALLEY CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE Rev. R. T. Kaldenberg, pastor. Avenue H at Second street CALIMESA COMMUNITY CONGREGATIONAL Avenue J and Caliaesa boulevard. Sunday school 9:45. Young people's society, 6:30. FIRST BAPTIST OF CALIMESA 940 South Second street Rev. Harold H. Fischer, pastor. Memt>er American Baptist Convention. Morning worship, 11:00, sermon by the pastor. ST. ALBAN'S EPISCOPAL Avenue A and Adams. Rev. Peter Wallace, Vicar. Sunday services 8:00, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. LARGE FAMILIES WITH LIMITED BUDGETS n WANTED FOR STEALING TODAY'S BEST BUY IN HOMES, n LAST SEEN "CASING'^ A 3 OR 4 BEDROOM HOME LIKE THAT PICTURED HERE .n WITNESSES TESTIFY TO OBVIOUS PLEASURE OF SUSPECTS WHENEVER SIGHTED IN AREA MARKED ON MAP BELOW, n ALL RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS ARE URGED TO VIEW THE EXHIBITS IN EVIDENCE AT THE FURNISHED MODELS IN VIRGINIA CITY VILLAGE, 1^ I DOUBLE ENTRY DOOR SLATE ENTRY LOG LIGHTERS BUILT IN BARBECUE ELECTRIC CAN OPENER AUTOMATIC DISH WASHER 100% CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON CARPETING (CHOICE OF COLORS) PANTRIES CERAMIC TILE COUNTER TOPS NU-TONE FOOD CENTER BUILT IN RANGE AND OVEN FORCED AIR HEATING LAUNDRY AREA DINING ROOM UP TO 2400 SQUARE FEET OF LIVING AREA $23,500 to $27,500 "^^rj^^ DOWN PAYMENT AS LOW AS $1200 mGim CIT7 WMl FURNISHED MODELS SHOWN FROM 10 TO DUSK CALIMESA, CALIFORNIA DIAL 797-9153

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