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4 - Monday, May 4, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts pcietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor Mrs. Williamson Heads Beta Sigma Phi Sorority's New City Council EASTER FEAST —-Batbrtuing fwo milk-fed lambs old country style for the annual Easter feast attracted much attention at the Elias W. Bolanis ranch, 1620 East Citrus avenue yesterday. Mr. and Mrs, Bolanis entertained 35 guests during the day. Some of them are shown here watching Mr. Bolanis (seated) turning the two lambs. They are left to right Chris lymperopoulos, Nick Stafhakopoulos, Miss L. Argyriou, Mrs. Bolanis, Mrs. Floratos and daughter, Cosmos Floratos ond Mr. ond Mrs. Bill Thomas. Yesterday was Easter Sun- doy for 150,000 Southern California members of Creek, Russian, Antiochian, Rumanion, Ukranian and Servion Orthodox churches. (Facts photo by Clifford J. Kenison) INSURANCE COSTS NEW YORK (UPI) — Expcn • ditures of Americans for various kinds of personal and f a m i 1 y insurance, including pensions have jiunped from S14.3 billion in 1950 to $51.8 billion in 1963, the Institute of Life Insurance reports. I A mC wnr COAST THCATK REDl-ANOS • 123 CaJM itntt • PY. 3-*331 m Wftk Dmys Cont. from 7 P.M. Sat. and Sun. Cont from i P. >L WALT DISNEY,*. TECHNICOLOR- ©1964Wait Disney Productions AUo — In Color, Tony Randall "THE BRASS BOTTLE" For All the Familir Preparations for busy season Big camp improvement program under way There'll be some major reju venations of several c a m p- grounds in the Barton Flats area by the end of June, it was reported today by Robert Rces, district ranger of the San Gor gonio ranger district. Here is a resume of work planned, under way or completed in this district which is about 30 miles east of Redlands. —San Gorgonio campground has been rehabilitated with addition of 53 new stoves and 60 new heavy plank tables. The water system is being extended and remodeled. This work should be completed in time to open Riverside Opera Association presents May 8 and 9 — 8:15 P.M. Riverside Municipal Auditorium Professional Cast — Full Chorus and Orchestra — starring — Marilyn Fitzgerald — Sam Thompson — Gloria Enander Adults $3.50 and $2.50 - Students $1.50 ond $1 TICIcnS AVArWBlE AT: T1i» Horrii Compony — Rjverjid* ond Son Btmordino Box Office: 3839 Brockfon Av.j P. O. Box 23S3 Phona 684-4M1 i »-i.v.- '^Mi..ItitlillJii. .fill ' FAMILY mi Specials (EVERY TUESDAY!) 3 PIECES Fried Chicken gO' REG, }.25 Includes French Fries, Cole Slaw, Holl and Honey BARREL 0 CHICKEN 15 pes. of Chicken Also Included at no extra charge . . . • 5 Servings of Fries • 5 Butter Rolls with Honey • 1 Pint of Cole Slaw ONLY $395 Also - TUB '0 CHICKEN (20 Pieces) FOR FAST SERVICE ir Phen* Yoor Order In We now have a special window for Fried Chicken and for home Order Pick-Ups — Call PY 3-1296 and your order will be waiting for you. 6 and B DRIVE-IN Hiway 99 at Alabama - REDLANDS - Ph. 793-1294 the camp by this ne.xt weekend, .May 9. —Council Camp, Barton Flats and South Fork campgrounds will be closed for an e.\tensive paving program to be done by General Paving and Landscaping company of San Diego under a $44,867 contract. Work is e.\ pcctcd to be in progress by May 18. —Barton Flats campground has been upgraded already this year by the construction of two new sanitary units and the remodeling and expansion of the water system. It has not been open this spring because South Fork has not been used to capacity. —South Fork campground has been open for camping and pie- nicking but will be closed after this weekend so that paving can People's Column r^tiitrt nr Ih^ Facts irp InTltfd to srnd thrlr tboachts on quesljont of PDhlic intrre^t for a1t^ in the I'rople's Column. Plrase he brief. The wrilef'i (rue name and address must accompany each letter thoneb pen names are permitted at the editor's discretion. Race Relations Problems are—for us—In Recllands Editor Facts: The assemblymen in Sacramento are rcaJiy on the bail re garding race relations. One of them recently introduced a resolution condemning the persecution of Jews in Russia. It would have been far more appropriate, it seems, to introduce a rcsolu- Mrs. Delbert C. WUliamson was installed as new president of Beta Sigma Phi's City Council to highlight the festive Founder's Day Dinner attended Thursday evening by members of the five Redlands chapters at the Elks club in Riverside. Mrs. Williamson is a member of Iota Tau chapter. Other new Council officers are Mrs. William Derby, vice president. Iota Tau; .Airs. E. H. Griffin, secretary, Xi Kappa Alph and Sirs. William Paterson, trae- surer, Xi Theta Beta. The banquet theme, "M a r d Gras", honored the charter Council. Its members were Mrs. Boyd A. Johnson, president Mrs. Thomas J. McGowan, vice president; Mrs. Williamson, secretary; Mrs. M. Harry Whalen treasurer; Mrs. Stuart T. Lin denberger, parliamentarian; and Mrs. William Derby, by-1 a w committee chairman. Redlands City Council was re cently formed to promote inter- chapter harmony and to provide a means to correlate planning and activities for city - wide events. Girl of the Year" awards were presented by last year winners to 3Irs. Donald Derby, Iota Tau; Mrs. Eugene M Stahl, Xi Kappa Alpha; Mr William P. Wilder, Zeta R h o .Mrs. Lindcnberger, Xi D e 11 Rho; and Mrs. Albert E. Dru sedum, Xi Theata Beta. Thi honor is achieved by vote of the individual chapters to the mem her who has maintained the highest ideals of Beta S i g m I'hi tliroughout the year. Special sponsor awards were presented to Mrs. Claude Tliompson, Xi Theta Beta, and ilrs. Dennis Figgins, Zeta Rho, Perfect attendance awards Prowler makes quick escape from home A prowler who entered t h Willie Wimberley home at 923 Columbia street early today es capcd with a sore knee a n shaken nerves. The incident occurred about a.m. Uimhcrley was awakened by the sound of squeaking wood floors. He then saw the shadow lion condemning persecution of: of a man in the hall and jumped minority groups in California. The assemblyman's action reminds us of several of our out of bed and grabbed a g u from a dresser drawer. The intruder fled out the front be accomplished and a requured survey undertaken. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 f t * K>X WtST eOACT TMWM • iii hm* Sbml. TU. t-2i7t HELD OVER 3rd BIG WEEK TonJjht and Tseid &r Cont. from 7 yjoa. Now Flaying! WINNER of ACADEMY AWARDS I'BEST COMEDY EVER MADE!' Tom Joaea at -Ntwtwtik 7 and 10 p.m. TOMGUT The whole leoWtf lores Jom . Jones! EUnUNCOlOR kOTninms-uraiKius, Alio! "Denant Island" friends who condemn the actions I door and Wimberley ran after of the South towards -Vegroes'him- According to the report while overlooking the discrimi-|'he prowler ran into the garage nation and injustice which exists^^'l o\cr \hc lawn mower and continued through the garage in to an alley. Wimberley fired one shot into ! the air, although he did not see in San Bernardino County. With so many problems of inequality in housing, schooling. _^ atuious.. ^ and job opportumUes found ngnt would-be burglar, here in Redlands, we should be' far more concerned with the beam in our own eye. There is much that we as individuals can do to make progress in solving these problems. Instead of worrying about the Jews in Russia or the colored people in t h e South, wc should act to eradicate the prejudice and discrimination which e .Kists in our own community. Lee and Mary Watson 10 University Village Redlands Firemen extinguish grass blazes Two small grass fires were extinguished by Redlands firemen during the weekend. At 4:50 p.m. Saturday, firemen were summoned to the end of Fairway drive, east of Country Club drive, to put out a 10 by 15 foot grass fire. The second fire occurred about 1:25 p.m. Sunday on Crescent avenue, east of Cajon street. There was no property damage in cither instance, and both fires were believed started by kids playing with matches, firemen reported. I Police probe attack of boy on Orange St. Police are investigating an at tack on a 13-year-old boy in downtown Redlands by a juve nile gang Saturday night The attack was reported hy Kerry H. Lee, 1015 College street, who told police he was attacked from the rear by a group of five or six boys. He .said he was knocked down and kicked in the head. According to the police report, the attack occurred on Orange street between State street and Citrus avenue about 7 p.m. FOR... A BEHER SERVICE AT LESS COST... CALL E. D. HAHN PAINTING & DECORATING LICENSED, INSURED 793-2664 Ah.r 5 P.M. Coll 79<.I789 iiiiiJiMfflinniigiiii^ GET MORE 1 FOR YOUR i MONEY i Move by MAYFLOWER f Call Mayfl(rocr—"Nfost recommended" ^ of all raovcrsl Get service by the only ^ Accredited moving and storage experts ^ in this area. No extra cost! ^ Get our free estimate; sec why so many S people prefer our careful service. ^ TRI-CITY VAN I STORAGE CORP. f 31 W. Stuart Redlindt m-7m ^ EaduuY* Agonti Aoro Mayflower Tramit Co. L\i [QaimiijiJimi "'"n" ... Mrs. Dclbtrt WilliamMn were also presented to Mmes. Donald Wallace, Donald Derby, Henry Schalau, Louis Vogt, Jlal- colm Curry, H. Mark Benguelin and Robert Forbes of Iota Tau; Mmes. Leslie Rogers and George Coc, Zeta Rho; Mmes. A. L. Mathena. Terry V. Higdon, Barney L. Gentry, John Dunn and William S. Simpson, Xi Theta Beta. Toastmistress for the evemng was Mrs. Thomas J. McGowan, Xi Theta Beta, and dinner chair- maa was Mrs. William Derby, Iota Tau. Mrs. William J. Bryan, Mission California Council President, was a special guest and gave the Beta Sigma Phi grace. Mrs. Bryan also officiated at the installation ceremonies. Seated at the head table with them were Mrs. Boyd Johnson, retiring City Council president; Mmes. H. Mark Beguelin, Lindenberger. Griffin, Gentry and Wilder, the 1963-M chapter pres ident; and last years "Gurls of the Year", Mmes. Wallace. Ralph F. Wendland, William H. Johnson Jr., Paterson and Whalen. .Mrs. Beguelin read the message from Walter Ross of international headquarters and Mrs. Lujdenberger led in the Founders Day pledge. The program also included the Beta Sigma Phi duct, sung by Mrs. William N. Barlow, Xi Theta Beta, and Mrs. Schalau with Mrs. Wilder at the piano. Dinner committee responsibilities were taken by loU Tau, program; Xi Delta Rho, favors; Xi Kappa Alpha, decorations; Xi Theta Beta, invitations and place cards. | ST. MARY'S ALTAR SOCIETY TO MEET Miss Ligaya Benitez from the Philippines will be guest speaker at the May meeting of St Mary's Altar Society tomorrow evening at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Joanna Anderson, aJ3 East Sharon road. Miss Benitez is a graduate student at t b e University of Redlands where she is studying for her Master's degree in music. She is also serving as choir director at St. Mary's church. EASTERN STAR MEETfNG WEDNESDAY Copa del Oro chapter. Order of the Eastern Star, will meet in the Masonic Temple dining room Wednesday at 8 p.m. The theme will be "Welcome Aboard" and the evening is planned for all members unable to climb the stairs to the tipper floor. Charlotte Kimsey is chairman and transportation may be arranged with Marie Bamett, telephone 792-7955. Afl Eastern Star members are invited. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. Slay * (VPD — Egga: prices to retaUera f.o.b. to dis. tribtitor plants (deUvered IMi cents higberi: AA extra larsa 33>i-42^. A extra Urge 37i4-40i4. AA large 3m,-35H. A large 29^-304. B large asHi-ZBH, AA medium 27>i-30'i. A medium 25Hr-Z6Hi. AA nnaU 2Hi- 24^,. A small :9'i-20Vi. Prices to consumers; AA large 3951. A large 3B-J7. AA medium 33-48. A medium 33-43. AA tmaU 29-40. A small 29-37. Poultry: Fryers 17, roasters 21-25, light type hens 4^-5 wtd. avg. 4.S3. hens cross none. wtd. avg. none; young hen turkeys 2Z-22ti, young torn turkeys none, fryer rtiasters 20'i-21. Rebelcahs Honor P.N.G. Group Sapphire Rebefcah lodge honored its Past Noble Grands at the Friday evening meeting in the lOOF halL The program was arranged by Margaret Rhoades. good fellowship chairman; Helen Anderson, Mildred Hammer and Agnes Johnston. Each PJi.G. responded as her name was called and received a corsage of roses from Mrs. • Johnston, assisted by Bae Miller. I Helen Anderson was accompa- ' nist for the singing of "The ' Way of the Past Noble Grands". ) Helen Walsh was winner of a I guessing game, the prize donat- j ed by Mrs. Rhoades. ; Taking part in a skit on th« ; Gay 90's" were Mrs. Rhoades, Evelyn Jeneson, Marjorie Hoar, '; Lucille Keener and Earline PooL A bake sale was announced. for May 16 at Sage's. On the refreshment committee were Edna Larson, Helen Walsh, Mrs. Keener and Mrs. Hammer. Josephine Purinton issued an invitation to attend a sewing session at her home, 34 Grant street. May 11 at 1 p.m. to prepare for the fall bazaar. GAS TAX BITE NEW YORK (UPI) - During 19«, gasoUne Uxes in the United States will be collected at the rate of $12,540 a minute, accord- mg to the American Petroleum Institute. The total of federal and state gasoline taxes paid by motorists is expected to hit $S.t billion. -"sodifferentl" "Mother" is Extra Special so you wiif be pleased with our Extra Special Gifts for "Her" on Mother's Day, May 10 Complete price range Say If wifh Original Cards Helen Vawter Jessie Vawter 221 East State DOWNTOWN REDLANDS Across from Security Bank Park at Door City Lot Validation Smith, Jewelers — in Redlands Cultured Pear nt gnificent cultured pcarb wardrobe accessories ,00 • NECKLACES • RINGS • BRACELETS • CHOKERS • EARRINGS • CLAS."^ ALL AT VERY SUBSTANTIAL SAVINGS PERFECT GIFTS FOR MOTHER'S DAY, • GRADUATION • ANNIVERSARIES • JUNE BRIOES * BIRTHSTONE FOR JUNE IS PEARL CONVENIENT TERMS Howard S. Sm'rth William J. Junkin 110 Easf Sfafe 793-5405 Downtown Redlands S SERVING REOIANDS OVER 30 YEARS

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