Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 30, 1964 · Page 10
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REDL&NDS CANDIDATE — Sylvester Heinberg of Redlands, center, is shown getting things ready at the opening of his Redlands campaign heodquarters. He is a Democratic candidate for Congress from this, the 33rd district. His willing helpers ore Chris Hoy», left and Alyce Wheaton, RHS students. The Heinberg headquarters are at 318 Orange street, just north of RedloncJs boulevord. Candidate Heinberg has lived in,Redlands for seven years and heads the athletic department at Son Bernardino Valley college. (Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) Heinberg opens Redlands campaign headquarters The only Redlands candidate for Congress in the forthcom ing June primary today launched his battle for the Democratic nomination by open ijig campaign headquarters at 318 Orange street. He is Sylvester Hcinber: 1335 Monterey street, who has been a resident of Redlands for the past seven years and a member of the San Bernardino Valley college faculty for the past 16 years. He is one of several Demo cratic candidates seeking the party nomination to fill the seat being vacated by retiring Harry Sheppard. Describing himself as a "Kennedy Democrat," he declared that he is entering that race for the Democratic nomination "not only to win, but perhaps more important, to generate an honest and open discussion of these issues within our party. . . " Mr. Heinberg, who expects to open campaign offices in both Colton and San Bernardino later this week, is currently coordinator of athletics and di vision chairman of health and physical. education at Valley college. He has also served as a classroom teacher, a counselor, a coach and as acting dean of men. He has been in his present post smce 1958. He is a graduate of Jordan high school in Los Angeles, attended Corapton Junior college, served four years in the army Ah- Corps, and was later graduated with a BS degree from the University of Southern California in 1947. He earned his MS degree from SC in 1948 and is currently in the process of completing work for his doctorate at SC. Mr. Hetabcrg and his wife, Betty, have two children, Susan, 17, a senior at Redlands San Bernardino man hurt in car mishap A 22-year-old San Bcmardmo man was seriously injured early today when his car crashed into a Palm tree on East Colton avenue, poUce reported. The driver, Alton Joe Hayhurst, 10243 Tippecanoe avenue, was admitted to Redlands Community hospital for treatment of multiple lacerations of the forehead and jaw, a fractured lower j a w and a fractured left arm. PoUce said Hayhurst was eastbound on Colton avenue about 2:30* a.m. when his car swerved across the westbound lane and hit a palm tree on the north side of the road. The mishap occurred a few hundred feet west of Wabash avenue. 30 junior girls on Redlands High daisy chain The long awaited announcement of the 19&1 Redlands High School Daisy Chain selections was made Thursday afternoon to a gathering of 30 junior girls being honored. Miss Frances Cullcn, R.H.S. Assistant Principal, made the formal announcement to those being academically honored. Long a tradition at Redlands ISgh, Daisy Chain represents one of the high points in a girls school career. All sclec tions are made on a strict grade point standing and se mester residence requirement for the class of 1965. Dressed in traditional white, these girls will appear at Class Night and Commencement activities in June. Prior to this public appearance, these top girls will spend hours of rehearsal and in building the ivy-covered "chain" covered with hundreds of fresh daisies. Mrs. Nancy Troycr will be in charge of the 1964 Daisy Chain. In personal letters sent to each of the girls parents, R.H.S. Prmcipal Robert G. Campbell stated that each girl "is one of the top thirty girls for scholastic standing in her class, and thus has obtained one of the true recognitions of scholastic achievement given at Redlands Senior High School. Girls being honored include Two Redlanders get diplomas At graduation ceremonies held recently at the school, J. H. Skadron. President of the Skad ron College of Business, San Bernardino, issued diplomas to 17 students from 10 cities who successfully completed the 6- wcek Contracting and Estimating course offered by the school. Two of the graduates receiv ing diplomas were Paul K. Boyco and Paul H. \Vhitson of Redlands. The course as developed by the Skadron College covers all phases of Contracting and Esti mating and is designed to offer latest information on building, and cost-cutting methods, in addition to preparing applicants to pass the state examination for general and subcontracting. Linda Arth, Deborah Banta, JuUa Bear. Mary Beckord, Karen Berk- heimcr, Louise Burda, Lynda Davies, Janet Detrick, Karen Dykstra, Karen Hahn. Kerry Hartwig, Cheryl Hatfield. Jan Hawes, Hannah Hone, Laurel Islcy, Julie Kalman, Linda Kooiman, Marilee Lawrence, Janis Meyer, Sharon Murray. Greta Nance, Tina Nance, Jeanne N e v i n s, Elizabeth O'Brien, Margaret Sanborn, Janet Schneblin, Constance Shoemaker, Margaret Vroman, Mary Vroman, and Gayle Wright. Local UROC group to attend state meeting More than 3.500 delegates, alternates, policy committee members and guests are expect ed to attend the first annual state endorsmg convention of the United Republicans of Call fomia at the Bakersfield Civic .Auditorium this .weekend. UR- OC's state meeting is the last major gathering of volunteer Republicans prior to the June 2nd primary. Advance registrations indicate that the UROC meeting wiU be the largest gathering held by any California Republican orga nization in recent years, observed Bruce V. Reagan. UR­ OC state chairman and former state assemblyman. Featured speakers at the three - day convention include Senator Barry Goldwater (R Ariz.), candidate for the GOP presidential nomination; Fred Hall, Lee Kaiser and George Murphy, candidates in the GOP U. S. Senatorial primary, and Assemblyman Charles Conrad, (R-Sherman Oaks), minority leader of the state assembly. Planning to attend from t h e Redlands - Yucaipa area are: Messr. and Mmes. Warren Hooper, Max Trayer, James Ritchey, Robert Shwink, Richard Kolstad, Richard Olinger, Keith Carlson, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Carter, Curtis Law, Don Billhardt and Ed Stielstra. Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., April 30, 1964 Christian Scientist to speak on spiritual healing Spiritual healing will be t h c subject of a one-hour public talk tomorrow evening by Florence C. Southwell, a member of the Christian Science Board of'Lec­ tureship. The talk is sponsored by First 'Church of Christ Scientist and will be presented at 7:30 p.m. in the Univdrsity of Redlands Chapel. "The Healing Way of Christ," jis the tiUe of the talk. Mrs [Southwell has been an authorized teacher and. practitioner of Christian Science for the past several years. She was formerly assistant manager of a Florida business firm, but left in order to devote fuU time to her 1 religion. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 Mrs. Florence C. Southwell WATER STOCK For Sale 6V2 shares of Old Redlands - 39 M.I.D. Reasonable — Danmour & Assoc. 447 So. Robertson Blvd., Beverly Hills, Calif. BR. 2-7«3. The man who wears this hat protects your money at Provident Federal Savings '•-'-51 high, and Craig, 13, a Cope jun ior high student. The family at tends the Redlands First Mcthctiist church. NELSON Mist Sprinkler . . . J ^AY and SAimAY Mail Box . 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