Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 20, 1964 · Page 4
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Redlands, California
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Monday, April 20, 1964
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4 - Mon, April % 1»4 RedfandsDaif /Facft Gratifying response reporfed for bov/l drive " M. Wendell Morrisset, mem 1)erslup chairman of the 41st annual Bedlasds Bowl drive, reports "gratifying response" to the current campaign and, al-] though the funds received are Slightly behind last year's receipts at the same time, he feels that many patrons, sponsors and members will be sending their checks next week. Received so far is a total of| $9,945.75. The total last year as of April 15 was $10,343. The goal for the year's Bedlands Bowl operation is $50,000. Donations, made payable to Bedlands Community Music As­ sociation, are deductible from income tax reports. Checks should be £ent to Bedlands Bowl PO Box 466, Bedlands; or left with Morrisset at Security First National Bank, Bedlands, or at Bedlands Bowl. Mr. Morrisset fold D. dark De Eoo's ways and means committee members at their re cent meeting: "In this day of charity dominated by professional fund-raisers, using extensive advertising and other high' cost means, the voluntary effort of these who support Bedlands Bowls merabership drive, is almost unique. "Because of the no-pressure, voluntary membership drive. many of the individuals and businesses, who should and oth' erwise would support the Bowl, have been so hardened by the numerous demands made upon their limited charitable dollars, that they have been forced to contribute where the loudest de-| mands has bees made. "I hope that during this year or next year, each of the individuals and businesses in the Bed lands and San Bernardino Valley area -vriE examine thdr lists' of contributions to see if they are properly distributing their| funds so that a fair share is giv en to the support of the traditional cultural activities such as Bedlands BowL" Many take advantage of annual garden tour \7hile the weekend rains curtailed attendance eJcpected at the 1964 Tour of Bedlands Gardens sponsored by Bedlands Horticultural and Improvement Society had the weatherman co operated, the number was still above that which normally braves the rain for an outdoor event According to Mrs. Ann Ford Farran, chairman, Sunday tour Ists outnumbered those of Saturday and showed considerable interest In the selection of gardens, half of which had not before been opened for the garden tour. Maps were obtained at 405 West Olive avenue where Mrs. Pumell E. Bingman's old fashioned rose garden was the cen ter of attraction. Mrs. Elbert W. Shirk's "Kimberly Crest" gardens, lily ponds, arbors and statuary were seen by the 1964 tour and visi tors later admired the blooming azaleas at the Larry Noble home, 534 East Mariposa drive, where an imusual walled garden was also open for viewing. An unusual collection of palms and other semi-tropicals were featured at the Jerry Kasler home, 635 East Mariposa drive, where the view from the patio and pool area were added at-j tractions. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heil, 1527 Via Vista drive, had cotarful beds of perennials and annuals, owner-planted, landscaped and maintained, to of-' fer the visitors. Refteshments were served on the patio at the Berkeley F. DU- lon home, 30465 East Sunset, drive, where there are modem gardens on a Iiill-top, the landscape blending with the architecture of the house. Attractive- • IJJ Cqoa stmt • n. 3.43311 Both Features Shown Once Only. Weekday* 'LILIES OF THE FIELD' Start* at 7:30 P. M. Academy Award Winner Best Actor luiPHmms Academy Award Winner Best Cinematography Elia Kazan's "AMERICA AMERICA" ly designed in a setting of native Coulter Pines and Incense Cedars, visitors at the Alex Power home, 4U West Sunset drive, also admired the unique free form pool in its central setting. Featured at the home of Miss Florence Wiesc, 208 West Colton avenue, were many potted succulents and geraniums in addition to a variety of plants and flowers. Plants suited to shady areas were also seen here. A bower of perennial and annual cut flowers in a framing of roses was a treat for visitors at the garden of Mrs. Minnie Gundlach, 1035 West College avenue, and the last garden on the tour, that of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Gruber, 1313 East College avenue, displayed perennial borders and beds of specimen iris and ddphinium. Mrs. Isaak gives talk to RJHS class Mrs. George Isaak, of Bed- lands, talked to the seventh grade social studies' class of airs. Jlildred McKim at Red lands Junior High this week. She discussed her observations and experiences while living in Germany. She was there several' years while her husband taught in the American school Mrs. Isaak showed slides of Germany, pointing out its geography, people's way of life, architecture, agriculture, and the divided city of Berlin, The students found this information helpful and stimulating to their study of Germany. Mrs. Isaak was invited and presented by Ruth Johnson, a student in the class. Dyal to speak in Yueaipa Ken Dyal, candidate for Congress from the 33rd congres sional district, will speak at the meeting of Yueaipa Valley Democratic club at 7:30 this evening in the cafeteria at Yu­ eaipa High schooL Mr. Dyal received the endorsement of the California Democratic convention in February. All Democrats are invited to hear him this evening. SELL JT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads m\vf mi Specials (EVERY TUESDAYI) 3 PIECES ^ ^ Fried Chicken gQc REG. TJS ^ Includes French Fries, Cole Slaw, BoU and Honey BARREL 0 CHICKEN 15 pes. of Chicken Also Included at no extra charge . . . • S Servings of Fries • 5 Butter Rolls with Honey • 1 Pint of Cole Slaw ONLY $^95 Also - TUB '0 CHICKEN (20 Pieces) FOR FAST SERVICE •ic Phone Your Order In We now have a special window for Fried CMcken and for home Order Pick-Ups — Call PY 3-I2M and yoor order will be waiting for you. B and B DRIYE-IN Hiwiy 99 at Aiabama - REDUNDS - Ph. m\m Services held for Mrs. Lucy Soares Funeral services were conducted Friday, with Requiem Mass celebrated in Sacred Heart Catholic cbm-ch, for Mrs. A. M. (Lucy) Soares, a longtime former resident who died in Newport Beach April 13 at the age of 62. Mrs. Soares was the wife ol' A. M. "Tony" Soares, Redlands orange grower and real estate broker, with whom she made her home at 1077 West Cypress avenue for 45 years. They moved to Newport Beach 12 years ago. Interment in Hillside Memor-' ial Park followed the church services. Mrs. Soares leaves, in addl-l tion to hr husband, two sons, Kenneth J. Soares of Fontana and Manuel J. Soares of Mesa, Ariz.; two daughters, Mrs. Ida L. Frost of Fontana and Mrs. Elsie Borba of Chino, 02 grandchildren and one great-g r a n d- child. She also leaves seven brothers, Joe, Frank and Tony Silva of Redlands; John and Manuel Silva of Mentone and Sam and Henry Silva of San Bernardino; and two sisters, Mrs. Julian Andrews and Mrs. Mary Silva, both of Redlands. PubRc Schools Week opens; dinner tonight "School Drop Outs" is the theme for Public Schools Week, to be observed this week Monday through Friday. ITie local observance is being sponsored by all Masonic bodies, assisted by local service clubs and schools. It will begin with an opening night dinner tonight at 7 o'clock in Terrier Hall on the high school campus. Speaka: for the evening will be C. F. "Skip" Pease, man- agcr of the C. F. Pease Insurance Agency in San Bernardino. Mr. Pease is director of the San Bernardino Ckiunty Com- cil'of Community Service and chairman of the Committee on Unemptoyed and Out of School Youth. Students from Mrs. Gertrude Baccus' award-winning high school speech class are available to appear before service clubs and other groups during the week. Arrangements may be made by contacting Mrs. Baccus at the high schooL Demonstration in judo at Y tonight An open training demonstration of judo fundamentals and self defense techniques wiB be held at the Redlands YMCA tonight at 7 o'clock. YMCA judo instructor Jergen Wahl vrill conduct the demonstration. The program is open to parents and friends of the YMCA's judo class and to the public in general. About People Mr. and Mrs. William Jacinto and children and grandparents, 1057 King street, Mentone re cently went more than 750 feet underground on the guided tour at Carlsbad Caverns National Park in southeastern New Mexico to see one of the world's most astom'shing natural won ders. Carlsbad Caverns has amazed visitors ever since cowboy-explorer Jim White lowered the first visitor into the deep recesses of the subterranean wonderland more than 50 years ago. NOW YOU KNOW By United Press Internationa) The flag of the United States flies day and night over Ft, McHenry in Baltimore, where it inspired Francis Scott Key to write the Star Spangled Banner, according to the World Almanac. "MR. SERVICE" SAYS: TODAY . TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY FREE LUBE WITH WHEEL PACK OPEN •TIL MIDNITE MON. THRU THURS. JACK W( ooDsoirs MOBIL SBRVICE Alabama A Freeway 792-8476 Red Carpet by Oettle Walters A friendly face, a cheery greeting, and useful civic information has helped many newcomers in Redlands. These attributes belong to yo\n: Hospitality Hostess who will be happy to bring them to your new neighbors if you will but call her at 792-3936 and give her their address. We welcome newcomers Mr. and Mrs. George T. New from Wyoming; and Bud T. Johnson family from Las Vegas; and the Eugene W. Nicholson fam ily from Arkansas. Also on our welcome list is Mr. and Mrs. Floyd M. Pointer and their two children from Oregon; Mrs. Bernadette Welker and her cliild from Italy; and Mr. and Mrs. Dale A. Anderson and their two children from Iowa. Mr. and Jlrs. Hugh P. Nichol- so and their child from Germay; the Victor R. Jeffrey family from Canada; and the' Jack C. Gotta family from Canada are all welcome new members of our community. Other recent arrivals include Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. McKeoun and their three children from Torrance; Capt. and Mrs. Jerry W. Pyle and their two chil^en from Colorado; and the William M. Schultze family] from Desert Hot Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Honse came to us from Banning; the Harold Speicher family moved to our area from Norco; and Mrs. Mary F, Hoge came to our community from San Marino, Also new to the area is the Robert K. Bruning family from Yueaipa; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Connor and their two child ren from Palm Desert; and the Thomas J. Baker family from San Bernardino. The John E. Swartfager family from Yueaipa; Sir. and Mrs, Tony B. McLean and their five children from Santa Barbara; and the Joseph W. Hoi ley iimily Irom Yueaipa are all welcome new residents. From Santa Maria came newcomers Mr. and Mrs. George E. Lewis and thdr two children; from Highgrove we welcome Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Cadman; and from Carmel we greet the Bobert M. Stuart family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. BI- ley and their child came from Alameda; Major and Mrs. Arthur L. Anderson and their' son moved to our community from Lompoc; and Mr. and Mrs. Harold King came from San Bernardino. We welcome new neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Lionel E. Dakjn from Yueaipa; Mr. and Mrs. Waiien F, Westermeier from' Glendale; and the Norman A. Schuessler family from Fonta na. SCULPTURE — Ruth Hozlet chisels a caricature on walnut - a wall plaque. This U one of the mony ortic\e» thrt exhibited during Ihe Redlands Mx\\ Educotton Sp'ms 0»play and Fashion Show. The placet Terrier Hall, RHS Campus. The time: Thursday, 7 to 9J5 (Photo by Art Miller) Adult School open house set for Thursday nigbf Shayler nomed to class post at UCR Robert K. Shayler of Redlands has been elected secretary of the Associated Students of the University of California, Riversde. ASpCB has general control of student activities, with responsibility for a substantial annual budget, with income derived from student lees. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal-] ter K. Shayler, he is a junior in the College of Letters and Science. He is a member of De-, dare and the UCR Astronomy Onb Group. The annual Redlands Adult Education spring display and fashion show will be held Thursday, April 23, 7:00-9:15 p.m., in the Terrier Hall Cafeteria building according to Jack BiiUdey, coordinatqr. The public is cor-i dially invited. The event is part of the Public Schools Week celebration. Many articles constructed in the various arts and crafts and clothing classes will be on display. The classes in ScnlptureJ Mosaics, and China Painting are planning demonstrations during the show. The Fashion Show will start at 8:00 pjn. Models will show clothing constructed in the classes of Wanda N. Norris and, Frances B. Conant Mrs. Patty Boyer will be the commentator and EathI A. Dowland will be the accompanist (Hasses and students partici-| pating are as follows: China Painting under the direction of| Marina E. Chandler; Mary M. Aibee, Ella Anderson. Margaret Badger, Joyce Bentley, Kitty Frey, Ida Gjerding, Evelyn C. Herman, Annetta HuffstuUer, Victoria Nelson, Jeanetta Perkins, Freda Simmons. Doris E. Sloan, Edith K. Smith, Ivy Sterling, Laural Traill, Suzanne Wood, and Jan-^ ett Mayo. Bug Making mider the direction of Lolo L. Dean; Kathi A. Dowland, Una F. Dowland, Flo-, rence M. Wiese, Gale E. Over- iholser, Fem Jenkins, A11 eel VandeBurgt. Kathryn W. Bemsen, Jennie J. Aring, Helen Cole, Eleanor W. Curtis, Bobbie J. Merrett, Thelma B. Difviiler, Gertrude W. Martin, Adele H. Bush, and Marie Lynn. OU Painting under the direc-' tion of Jean L. Cranmer; Lorrain Price, Margery A. Joha-j son, Gail Walker, Sue Walker, Marianne Finlay, Thea Swope. Betty Devine, Dale Eoseae, Carlton Bay, Buth Inman, 0. Shreck, Edna Sams, B. J. Kennedy, Margaret Prins, George! Wooliscroft, and Madge Wooliscroft Upholstery under the direction of Fred Galloway; Doris B. Badford, Leone B. Wogen, Marion Giberson, Betty Maxwell, Judith Pelka, JoAnne Medema. James Salesbuxy, Joyce Baker, Earl Thomborgh, Alta Thomburgb, Anita Matthews, Sybil Denton, Arthena Cox. Oil Painting under the direction of Bette L. Paschke; Evelyn Dodson, 0. Shreck, Irma Patella, Florence Boot, Charles Calp, Virginia Woodstock. FREE PARKING AT REAR OF STORE DOWNTOWN REDLANDS Lucy O'Shields, Helen Hazen, Mary Lou Backner, Dorothy Lardy, Buth Campbell, Pearl Pray^ Kathi Dowland, and Rita Baum. Mosaics under the direction of Bette L, Paschke; 0. Shreck, Sue Hurlbut, Elame Vomholt, Bob Heim and Cheryl Erland son. Design and Composition under the directioa of Bette L. Paschke; Adrienne Beardsley, Dorothy Lardy, Pearl Pray, Kathi Dowland, Edna Fairchild and Ruth Inman. Oil Painting under the direction of Tenia N. Nagle; Marion Flynn, Joan Fulmer, Alice Morse, O. Shreck, Barbara Madsen, Winifred Woodbum, iMarjoiie Icanbetty. Paul S. Ketchum, Dotty filler, Robin Wagner. Charlotte StratfOTd, Marda Green, Nedra Layne, Arlene Nelson, Joce Coke, and Betty Carpenter. Clothing Construction under the direction of Wanda N. Nor ris; Florence Boot, Lydia Drysdale, Maud Jones, Bemice Argleben, Kathy Argleben, Nancy Binkley. Lola Dubre, Hable Olson, La Vone Allen, Joyce LcuaHen, Marjorie Billington, Selma Donley, Pat Frishey, Emylene Donley, Bfaea Bartbolomen. Donna Davis, Marilyn Schilling, Hazel Stephens, Donna Corley, Brenda Harrison, Debras WOson. Beryl Wilson, Clarice Pride. RicMe & Km Pridd, Etiiel Maiguardt, Pamela Gairick, Clara Annablt, Norma VanderMolen, Evelyn Herman, Saurah Foster, Lucille J. Roos, Janice Townley, Christine Van Uff- lan, Debbie VanUfflan. Clothing Consfaniction under the direction of Mrs. Frances R. Conant; Mary Ines Cabral, Terry Sanchez, Aurora Diaz, Mary Gleistein, Irene Gonzales. Florence O'Connel, Deolinda Sousa, Ann Peterson, Marie Peterson, Juliana G. Gonzales, Annetta Dalenzicefa, and Amanda Dible. Pattern Ualdng and Dress Design under the direction of Mrs. Frances R. Conant: Lorraine Lentz, Bertha Cater, Bessie Roberts, Edna Sams. Life Drawing under the direction of Mr. Bernard C. Lowrey: Beth Makepeace, Betty Middle|ton, Donald Graves, lise Vogt- Nilsen, Virginia Webster. Betty Cominiti, Nat W, Aucott, Ann Blesener, David Trait, Eleanor Dombrowski; June Capps, Nanette Fischer, Jewelry Makmg under the direction of Ted Schmidtmann: Louise Bamsdaie, Eric Giber-' "ITS YOUR MOVE I" MAY WE BE OF SERVICE? I'^jii; Atro [Moyflaw«r Transit Co. TRI-CITY ^„ VAH ft STORAGE CORP. w. STUART m- 2203 son, Carol Grigsby, Barbara Hauser, Evelyn Hill, Macy Hill. Grade Hollenbeck, Fern Jenkins, H. E. Kom, Bette Marti, Frances Redman, Annabelle Sparling, and Susan Sutter. Sculpture under the direction of Lucille von Wolffersdorff: Ruth Hazlet, Don Graves, Alvin Fishman, Bertie Trent, Bobbie Merritt, Dorothy Perry, Betty Peabody, Barbi Braga, Ginny Winder. William Facka, Phyllis Davis, Millie Macy, Mary Stones, Jan et Pederren, Esther Dahlsfrom, Muriel Coffee and June Estopi- naL Chailes Pottefr fbnner judge, dies at 75 Charies G. Potter, wha WM it one time justice of the pun and city police judge bi Redlands, died Saturday in « Fontana liospital at the age of 75. Judge Potter served the Sed- lands comrt from about IKS to 1933. Both before and after fiMMe dates, he was-a praetidB< attorney in the commimity. He bad been a resident of San Bernardino county for SO years and of California tor 65 Tears. For the past 15 years Be had Uved at 1662 N. Sierra Way in San Bernardino. He lived in Badlands front about 1920 to aboat 1937 as attorney and judge, records indicate, ffe was a 50-year member of the Redlands Masonic lodge. Survivors indnde his irife, Delia, San Bernardino; a son, John D. Potter of Riverside, and a danghter, Mrs. Emma L Krancus of Long Beach. Tbere are also four grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Services win be hdd tomorrow at 10 a.m. from the Grovo Colonial Mortuary chapel in San Bernardino. Burial will be in Montecito Memorial park. Girl hurt in car mishap A 14-year-old San Dimas was injured Sunday when a sports car went out ol coolrol on Opal avenue in Mentone, the California Highway Patrol reported. The injured girl, identified as Pat Gresham, was rushed to Redlands Community hospital by Redlands Ambulance Service. She was rdeased after treatment for head, arm and leg abrasions. California Highway Patrol officer Joe King reported that Miss Gresham was riding in a car driven by Michad Andrew Powell, 17, also of San Dimas. The car was northbound on Opal about 3 p.m. when PoweB lost control on a curve and crashed into a mail box. Another passenger, 15-year-old Robie Avery of Highland, suffered minor injuries but did not require immediate medical at tention. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances win find a ready market through Classified Ads. HFC's Timely Money Help Household Finance has been keeping pace with changing money needs since 1878. And today HFC brings modem money service to over 2 million people every year. Borrow confidently from the oldest company of its kind—Household Fmancc. 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