Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 30, 1964 · Page 4
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April 30, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 4

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Red/onds Daily Facts 4 - ThuTS, April 30.19&4 Pakistan, China air service to begin TOKYO (UPI) — Air service between Pakistan and Communist China will be inaugurated today with a Shanghai to Karachi flight. Radio Pakistan said in a broadcast monitored here Tuesday night. Pakistan recently concluded an air service agreement with Red China over the objections of the United SUtes. I * WX Wtsr COAST THtATIf CflUFORRifl SAN BERNARDINO . • J6J fount, iuM • lU. >.2«7« HELD OVER 3rd BIG WEEK CoDt. from 7 p.m. Now Playing! WINNER of ACADEMY AWARDS 'BEST COMEDY EVER MADE!' Tom Joneii Kt —Ntwxwttk 7 .nil 10 p.ra. TONIGHT- The whole icorid loess lorn Jones. EASnUNCOLOR »iiiiiiBHmsisiof«iiiaus£ Alsel "Defiant Island" PREPARE FOR, ART SALE Art student Miss Emilijane Allaman of Redlands and Prof, leon Moburg prepare ceramics for drsploy in fh« coming UR Art Sale, Friday ond Saturday, May 1 and 2. Works of orf students go on sale at UR Original art works by University of ;Redlands art students and faculty will be offered in the Spring Sale, Friday, May 1 and Saturday, May 2 at the Peppers Art Center.- Paintings, drawings, prints ceramics and sculpture will be included in the sale. Doors will open promptly at p.m. Friday and remain open to the public until 9 p.m. Satur day sale hours will be from 10 to S p.m. Works by Vernon Dombach art department chairman, and Leon Mofaurg, assistant profes • 123 Coioi S »M . nr. 3^33\ Week Days Cont. from 7 P. >r. Sat. and San. Cont from 3 P. M. WAtT DISNEY,,, mtRS TECHNICOLOR ®1964w;alt (Msney Productions Also — la Color* Tony RandBll "THE BRASS BOTTLE" For AM the Family sor of art, will again be avail able for purchase. The public is invited to attend, says Prof. Dombach. Popularity of previous art sales indicate several hundred persons will attend the sale. THE ALMANAC Today is Thursday, April 30, the 121st day of 1964 with 245 to follow. The moon is approaching its last quarter. The morning star is Saturn. The eveing star is Venus. On this day in history: In 1789, George Washington took the oath of office in New York City and was sworn in as first president of the United States. In 1812, Louisiana was admit ted to the Union as the 18th state. In 1945, Nazi dictator AdoU Hitler committed suicide in a bunker in Berlin. In 1963, HaiU broke off diplomatic relations with the Dominican Republic. A thought for the day—French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte once said; "From the sublime to the ridiculous is but a step." Starligh+ers At Supper Meeting Pictures of her trip through Australia and New Zealand were shown by Miss Gladys Hardy at the Tuesday evening supper meeting in the Masonic temple of the Starlighters club of Copa del Oro chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. Mrs. Bernard Taylor read "A Mothers Day Prayer" by Ruth (Mrs. Lawrence) Ikerman and the devotional was led by Mrs. H. G. Gage. In celebration of Mrs. Lynn Jones' birthday, the traditional birthday greeting was sung and a cake was presented to her. May baskets decorated the Ubles. Hostesses for the evening were Mmes. Clancie Jenkins, Harrold Belcher and Earl Johnson. Others present were Mmes. W. B. Branscum, Austin Garrett, Wesley HosteUer, Annie Johnston, Mary Gomanson, Estelle Morrison, Hazel Ewbank, Margaret Ewbank, Ellis Ward, Bud Smith, Ivan Walsh, Don Trowbridge, Harry Scott, Robert T. Dillon, Julius M. Frid erich, Bronwen Kettering, Nancy Hepburn, H. W. Dunham and Opal McDaniels. The next meeting will be a covered dish supper at the Lynn Jones home. Mother-Daughter Tea Planned By Xi Kappa Alphas Xi Kappa Alpha e.xemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, met Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Eugene Stahl, 434 Campbell avenue. Mrs. Ivan Argleben, social chairman, reported that the luncheon given by the chapter for the Mission California Council board members last Sunday was a success. She also pre sented final plans for the Mother-Daughter tea which the chapter will hold next Sunday from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Mrs. Dean Garvey, service; chairman, requested volunteers for cakes for the Red Cross. She also presented a request for a special donation to Family Service Association which was approved by the club. The program was presented by Mrs. Harry Woltman, who read an original poem in appreciation of the friendships she has enjoyed in Beta Sigma Phi. Introducing each member in turn, she noted the personal characteristics which endeared them to her and made them especially valuable chapter members. "Secret Sister" gifts were exchanged by Mmes. William H. Breedlove, Donald L. Demaree, Jack Forquer, Henry M. Gemer, E. H. Griffin, Fred S. Hooper, Boyd A. Johnson, Mary R. Johnson, William H. Johnson, Harold D. Rascher, James L. Vernon, Robert R. Wells, Argleben, Garvey and Woltman. BOY SCOUTS ON WEEKEND CAMPOUT Boy Scout Troop 5, which meets at the Salvation Army, took part in a weekend camp- out at Deep Creek last week end under supervision of their unit leaders, Dick Gaston and Tom Steel. Scouts on the trip were Jeff Fleming, David Wil son, Greg Steel, Keith Hook, Fred Venegas, Rocky Ford, Ken Wilson, Jack Bierma, Ed Bradley, Mark Shabsen, Bob Kavari and Scott Capen. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads MISSION PTA BARBECUE SATURDAY Mission School P.T.A. invites the public to attend a pit beef barbeque dinner to be held at the school on Saturday. Dinner will be served from 5:30 to 7 p.ra. Children's portions will be available. Entertainment for the evening will include square dancing by the Guys and Dolls Square Dance Club, and a "hootenanny" in which Mission School youngsters will perform. ST. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAV Society Editor Redlands Church ]Vomen To Join In May Fellowship Day Service Friday of United Church Women Redlands will participate in the nationwide observance of May Fellowship Day tomorrow at the First Presbyterian church. Brig. WiUiam MoUet of the local Salvation Army will bring the devotional message at the 11 o'clock service. Others participating in the morning service will be Mrs. Jaime 0. Quinones, chairman; Mrs. Rex Vin cent. First Baptist church; Mrs John Hansen, Divine Saviour Presbyterian; Mrs. Frank Bishop. First Methodist; Mrs. Pauline Jackson, St Paul's Methodist; and Mrs. John Marcott. Trinity Episcopal. Mrs. Raymond Beeler from the First Congregational church will be soloist of the morning, accompanied by Mrs. David Cadwallader, organist of the host church. Following the noon salad luncheon in John Knox Hall, Rev. Phillip CoUins will address the meeting. Mr. Collins, pas tor of the University Methodist Church and president of the Redlands Human Relations Council will speak on the theme for the day, "One Family Under God: Freedom of Residence and Job Opportunity". The program will be con eluded with special music by Mrs. Joyce BuUer from the Second Baptist church. Mrs. Geraldine Gaston of Riverside will be her accompanist. This year marks the culmina tion of the three-year program of study and action which has been rcjated to the special pro gram "Assignment: Race". Tens of thousands of church women throughout the country have been involved in the effort to achieve full participation for an churches, councils of church women, and communities. •The theme for the day,' says Mrs. Quinones of the Di vine Saviour church, "will focus our attention on open housing nd freedom of job opportun ities in our own community as well as the nation. Other issues with which we must concern ourselves arc public accommodations, education, and civil rights legislation". "The chairman pointed out, this is a year of crisis in the struggle for racial justice' and the response of christian women in study and action can be a worthy reflection of 'the faith that is in us' ". May Fellowship is an annual observance sponsored by United Church Women, a department 'of the National Council of| Churches. Others participating in the program for the day are Mrs. William Hacker and Mrs. CIar-| ence Mason who will act as hostesses at the church. Ushers are Mrs. Robert CuIIom, First Congregational, Mrs. Kent Hayden, First Baptist; Mrs. Vincent Zettler. First Evangelical Lutheran; Mrs. William Hart zell. First Congregational, and Mrs. Ralph Anderson and Mrs. Donald Gifford, First Presbyterian. Mrs. Rafael Gonzales and Mrs. Oddie J. Martinez. Divine Saviour Presbyterian will be in charge of the tickets at the luncheon. of its Baptist Joy Guild Girls At Spring Rally •University Association World Wide Gmlds held Spring Rally at the First Baptist Church of Riverside on Saturday. Members of Joy Guild attending from the Redlands First Baptist church were Pamela Cummings, Laurie Corwin. Kathy Howard, Joanie Webb, and Mrs. WiUiam R. Veliquette, Counselor. En route, the group toured the Sherman Indian Institute near Arlington. Following the business meeting and dinner, Mrs. Laverta Renfro, head counselor of the Shake hands as though you mean It. A f i m p, wet-fish handshake is chilling. SUte Guild, installed new officers. Miss Kathleen Rounds related her experiences as a missionary m Cuba. Also introduced was a Cuban refuges couple now attending the Spanish-American Seminary in Loj Angeles with expectations of returning to Cuba as teachers when possible. New officers of Joy. Guild will be elected at the dinner meeting May 11 at the home of Kathy Howard. A joint installation ceremony will be held at the First Baptist church on May 17 with members and parents of the Junior and Senior High GuiMs of the Redlands church as well as of the newly organized Mentone Guild invited to participate. Mrs. V. Stanley Silke will be in charge of this candlelight service. WEDNESDAY BRIDGE RESULTS SLx tables used the Howell movement in duplicate bridge play yesterday afternoon at the YMCA. Results were Mr. and Mrs. BiU Jackson, first; Mrs. Marvin Saver and S. G. Jensen tied for second with Mrs. Chris Barnes and Mrs. Lewis Pierce; Mrs. J. S. Evans and Mrs. L. Cook, third. IMPORTED MEXICAN COSTUMES Reasonable Prices G. Murafalla & Sons HARDWARE 635.645 So. 7th St.. Celton (Cer. 7tb & La Cidena) HOWARD S. SMITH WILLIAM J. JUNKIN Ctftifiad G»molog!i« 110 East State Downtown Redlands 793-5405 SEXVINC KcOUNDS FOR OVER 30 YEARS Miss Yeonq Fashion' Cothy visits the zoo wearing Bre LeCeq's eerfoiMncl< silk sheath captured for you by Harris' Young Fashions in a fanciful bouquet of spring colon perfect for so many occasions, even )o coll­ ing on and holding baby gerillos . . . sizes 8 to 18 priced, without gorilla, at $26.00. Fashion Floor — Horrisf •

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