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Desert Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 9, 1961, Desert Hot Springs, California SINGLE COPY On the and in the every Thursday SERVING DESERT HOT SPRINGS THE NATIONS HEALTH CENTER it 1 i VBr iVol 21 NO 12 DESERT HOT SPRINGS CALIF Thursday November 9 1961 WEATHER i HI Tov 2 78 3 70 i Nov fi 84 NOV Nov 7 Nov 79 42 54 541 52 62 City To Back Opera Here TOSCA AND BALLET RUSSE DE MONTE CARLO Opera in Desert Hpt went to the local Club for bringing opera to the local community Wednesday t t Citizens and leaders in tHe area look for ward to a large this forthcoming event r Hot Springs on Palm Drive i I t i Tickets are available at the ice Genes Shell something of an en nature f to be ated in Desert Hot 1 tub evenings People like to soak Ina and relax but in the the get rather Your season here for and 1962 can be a great boom for the city IF the peo ple will buy tickets Tickets you know are the pay of f 7 Film Festival chairman Er nest Hirschbein 329 says the showing of La Tosca will be a major civic event here in Desert Hot Springs Best Tosca in color to gether with Ballet Eusse de Monte Carlo Gaiete also in color are the finest pro available tji i M ii Tickets on sale for three performances to be held Wed Nov 22 at and oclock at Desert Thea Station Sentinel newspaper of fice phone 3295373 be served by the club during Chamber Looks To First Meet Of New Year Rummage Sale Crowded By Local Buyers successful sale ever in Desert Hot Springs is thc i report Kath leen T arris plans to take the of With plans to establish a new board of idi rectors the Desert HotSprings Chamber of Commerce launch ed out this week with bers being assigned several organizations within the as the Ren tal Owners Association to have four representatives on the board four from and Professional Group two from the Improvement Associ ation two from the Realty and five at large Nominating committee for the five at large are Jack Young Rose Smilen and Selma Kalt January meeting will de termine the new board when the present officers will step down to make im proved plan of organization POST OFFICE SCHEDULE SET There will be a regular mail service on Friday Nov 10 it was announced today by Clar ence Hatheway postmaster Des ert Hot Surings The postoffice will bo closed allday Saturday Nov 31 Mail will leave DHS post of fice at Incoming mail will be in pa trons boxes by approximately There will not be ja mall de livery Saturday Nov 11 Angel View Crippled Childrens Foun dation meeting Nov 15 The current rummage sale Avill continue through Saturday of this week at Blvd and new vised items are put sale day The meeting of the set for will include plans for the Annual Bazaar be held in December chairman for will be Merle i Larson rickets are available on the painting by Carl Bray now on exhibit at the local Bank of America TRANSLATOR GROWING BIG HERE NOTHING FOR FREE Business And I Professionals Called To Meet Members of the business and professional group an organi and in business here in Desert Hot Springs were notified this week that the bylaws for their group have been prepared and should be received via mail by most of the members at this time Al president an a meeting of business and professional people in this community to be held at the Adult Recreation Center Gra nada and Arroyo for day Nov 15 at S oclock i tc j A i 1 i i members Angel Auxiliary ito are shown with plague their by Magazine for outstanding i their Shown left to right Judy Carpenter of Cherry Valley Teen j Angel of the Foundation Linda Dreiss and Dorothy Leonard of Desert Hot Springs Award was won in competition with other youth groups throughout the Shaw Angels Awarded Plaque For Community Work For the second time in two years the Teen Angel Auxili ary of Angel View Crippled Childrens Foundation has won national recognition from Par its magazine for ren to TYPE ALL COPY handwritten items are being sent Sentinel Person als and other news stories must be typed It is becoming more and more difficult to read in dividual penmanship what with war nerves and everything Please type if possible and use double space between the lines Translator television has tak en hold in this Desert Hot Springs area to such an extent that local television services are working around the clock Those expect to use translator without pay ing the required fee will meet somewhat of a surprise when the telecasts go into full oper ation it was pointed out today Better Equipment Speaking the essential need for good receiving equip ment Frank Bennett president of the nonprofit Palm Springs Translator Station said in Des ert Hot Springs today Unless a receiver is set up with the best equipment the will be very sorry i Good re ception is not possible with cheap Any bad tion is not the fault of the translator Good receivers pro vide easy tuning and the finest reception Cheap receivers will always be a pain in the l Pledges i i Pledges are very Bennett pointed out Freeload ing on the translator will not Bennett also pointed out If enough subscribers do not sup port this project at a yeai per set Desert Hot Springs will not have the services of the Adler Electronics Corporation the finest company in the elec tronic translator field recently ame from New York to study the local translator project Plans are to install a 300 watt station in place of the present 10 watt translator Bennett said BLOCK TO SPEAK AT USO MEETING Rabbi Isaac E Bloch spiritual leader of the Desert Hot Springs Jewish Community will bo the guest speaker at the PAL Day celebration to bo held the American Legion Hal Twentynine Palms on Thursday November 16 at noon This will be the program sponsored by the Unit ed Services Organization in co with the Chamber of Commerce and business mens organizations Each business man will in vite a Marine from the local base to be his guest for the day In charge of the celebration is Major Holmlund of the Salvation Army in charge of the USO and Erv While of the Chamber of Commerce Rabbi Bloch is serving on the USO Committee of 29 Palms to assist In taking care of the needs of the Jewish men and women stationed at the Marine Base Tno was won in competition i r h youth groups throughout nation was given in recognition of the participating in the Kou mint ions Angel which in close to contest winner and Teen Continued on Pnge 5 Election To Be Held For Board Of Ansel View Annual election of directors to head the Angel Crip pled Childrens will Wednesday 29 from sovon to nine oclock at Town Hall All persons eligible to vote arc exported at tho polls Three term vacan cies on the board are to be upon Candidates for of fice include John Mark A 13 Scott Charles incumbents and James Cavoti Next board mooting of the Foundation will take place Fri day Nov at S at the
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