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   Redlands Daily Facts (Newspaper) - January 25, 1971, Redlands, California                                'Monday, January 25, 1971      Redlands Dally Faett JOSEPHINE REAY Editor Redlands Bowl schedules 20th annual auditions for young artists Open to young pianists, in-192373, enclosing a self-addressed strumentalists and singers from stamped envelope, the ages of 15 to 26, applica-1 Applicants will be heard and tions are now being received j judged in Grace Mullen auditor the 20th annual Young Ar-jtorium at Redlands high school tists Auditions of Redlands Bowl April 18, with deadline for filing Mrs. Raymond A. Beeler, chair-'April 9. Winners in junior and man, has announced. senior divisions wll be selected Information and entry blanks may be obtained by writing Red- lands Community Music Association, P. 0. Box 466, 'Super Bowl' is birthday party theme CADETTE CREATION - Artists John Brownfield, left, and Sabato Fiorello,'.right, congratulate Julia Daria on winning in the stitchery division of the San Gorgonio Girl Scout Council Art Festival Saturday. Over 450 girls attended the festival. Julia is modeling her "scooter skirt" which she decorated with the Girl Scout Swiss Chalet. Other Redlands artists who contributed their time during the festival were Bernard Lowery, Pat Fullerton, James Estrada, Martha Caudle, Rhea Applewhite^ Anne Bjessner, Beryl Larkin, David Lawrence, Rosemary Hite, Marilyn Pace, Noel Quinn; Ej Williams, Anne Brett, Laura Worsan. Also assisting were members of the University of Redlands Vtama Trio and the Modern Dance Group. The program for the day featured ;a pupet'shaw, paintings, collages, clay work, tie-bleach, silk screening, sketching, art film demonstration and a Player-Producer badge workshop.     (Photo by Art Miller). National leadeir to be Yucaipa AARP speaker Fred Faassen, national president of the American Association of Retired Persons, will be principal speaker at a noon meeting of the Yucaipa Chapter Wednesday at the Presbyterian church, Yucaipa. R. S. Parkhurst, is president of the local chapter. As President of AARP, Faas en heads ithe. nation's largest organization committed to helping older persons achieve retirement lives of independence, dignity, and purpose. A director of personnel and employment prior to his retirement in 1960, he has gained a national reputation as a lecturer and consultant and participates frequently in retirement planning and preparation seminars. He will take part-in the up-coming White House Conference on Aging. Before his retirement, he conducted for three years a course for employes of the firm where he was personnel director in "Planning and Preparation for Retirement"; this course was sponsored by the University of Chicago. An innovator in this field, he has pledged the resources of AARP to help develop wide-spread, solid programs of pre-retirement planning. x AARP is a non-porfit, nonpartisan organization which operates many income stretching services for members. Included are group health and automobile insurance, travel programs geared to mature needs, a mailorder discount drug service, a temporary employment service) and a continuing education pro-' gram. AARP also publishes magazines and other materials of special interest to older.persons. In addition, tie Association provides legislative representatives.   , KATHY CLYDE Photo by Wheeler's, Loma Linda Diabetes Association to meet Thursday San Bernardino chapter of the Diabetes Association of Southern California will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. in the staff room at St. Bernardine's hospital, 2101 Waterman avenue, San Bernardino. Speaker on the- "subject of insurance and the diabetic will be Howard I. Fried, insurance consultant. Refreshments will be served at 7:30 and themib-lic is invited.  Who Has a MrfMoy JAN. 26th - David Bregger Emmif Collins Bruce L. Danielson Mark Dombrowski Ted Howard Parker Huntington Oerald W. Kenlon Jtrry Krueger John H. McClelland Glenn Milligan Gerald Oppliger James Peterson Harold Silky Glen Taylor Neal Vender Stelt Clarence Van Grouw Robert Wait* Charles R'. Yaryan Happy Birthday . from HE. State Ph. 793-2505 Kathy Clyde to be bride of Charles Rea Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert O. Ciyde, 614 Lido street, announce the betrothal of their daughter Kathleen Ruth, to Sgt. Charles Wesley Rea Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Rea of Greeley, Colorado. Kathy is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Button of La Puente. She is a graduate of Redlands high school and of Phyllis Adair's College of Cosmetology and is now employed at Toni's Beauty Salon in Red-lands. The bride-elect has been active in the Order of Rainbow for girls and is .president of her Zeta Rho chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. The prospective bridegroom is, currently serving with the U.S. Bien Hoa in Vietnam. No date has been set for the wedding. Smog to be Women Voters League topic ''Answers to the' question. 'What can we do to lessen smog?" will be sought ait the unit meeting "of the Provisional League of Women Voters of Red-lands tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. in the front parlor of the YWCA, corner Olive.and Cajon. Leading the discussion of members present will be Betty Geehan, Ruby Stanifer, Stephanie Stevens, Vivianne Walle and Margaret Molla. Some suggestions already being put forward by the League of Women Voters are: use public transportation where available; car pool and use car as little as possible;- have smog control devices on your car and in good working condition; keep car in top running condition and use low lead gas if possible; observe strictly no-burning ordinances of your city, and use less electricity since power plants are smog producers. Visitors are welcome to participate in meetings of the League. For information, call Mrs. W. H. Petersen, 792-1063. Customers come running . . . when they see your ad on the Facts Classified page. Dial for an a^-�Titer now! 793-3221. A "Super Bowl Football" party was the theme of the celebration planned for the 8th birthday of Doug Hickok, son of Maj. and Mrs. Robert Hickok, 228 Lido street. Goal posts at each end of the "stadium" and orange streamers, balloons and footballs created the proper atmosphere for the afternoon which included appropriate games. Cartoons were shown while a hot dog lunch was being prepared and the young guests sang "Happy Birthday" to Doug as a decorated football cake was served. Guests wfere Doug, Mary Katharine and Johnny Hickok, Tom and Paul Fice, Greg Harris, Scott and Karla Haney, Donald and Lydia Curtis, Laurie Furta-do, Mark Dombrowski, David Card, Laurie Bethell and Chris and Stephen Layne. in three categories for a June ?9 appearance at Redlands Bowl. Cash prizes will be awarded by Redlands,' Associates of Redlands Bowl, women's auxiliary. Judges will make written comments for each contestant. The contest is limited to those who reside in, or attend school or college in, Riverside, San Bernardino counties, or in Los Angeles County to the western boundary of Pomona. Quote of the Day WINDER, Ga. - Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, in a eulogy of the late Sen. Richard B. Russell: "No man I've met in my lifetime had more influence than Richard B. Russell," . Aid to Romance Brazil's Kraho Indian tribesmen believe that the larger the disk they wear in their ears, the greater their success  with the girls.; Some men wear plugs the size of teacups. Yucaipa PNG club in tribute to Lucy Warren A moment .of -silent prayei was observed in memory of Lucy Warren, one of their members, at the recent meeting of Past Noble Grands of Yucaipa Rebekah lodge in the Ponderosa Estates recreation ball. Hostesses for the day were Jessie Woodruff, Irma Powers, Mabel Romine and Mrs. Edna Hedstrom who is from Casper, Wyo., and also was a guest of the day. Members were reminded to bring their "white elephants' for the auction to, be heW at' the February 17 meeting with Betty Vian as auctioneer. This meeting will be in the Ponderosa Recreation hall with Mrs. Grub, Ellen Melvin and Isabel Wilson as hostesses. SLIDJNG FOR MOD - Spurs and Yeomen from the University of Redlands are lending support to the March of Dimes drive by,assisting in advertising the "Slide of Dimes" project. From left are Renee Myers, Kim Nelson, Lyndy Barcus, Paul Dye, Karrie Shiba and Don Riggs. MOO Week to climax with 'Dime a Slide' fun Rocket expert DETROIT (UPI) - Funeral services are scheduled Tuesday for Lovell Lawrence Jr., one of the country's foremost authori ties on rocket propulsion and chief research engineer for the Chrysler Corp. Lawrence died Sunday in St. John Hospital here after a long illnness. He was 55. HOMEMAKER & CAREER WOMAN CLASSES Visual Poise Body Perfection Make up application Hair Styling Wirdrobe FREDOVA STUDIOS (at the y.m.c.a.) 793-2161 500 e: citrus redlands $BR!� VALUES! Daytime AARP chapter to meet Wednesday Mrs. Lewis Rothstein, newly installed president of Smiley Heights daytime chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons, invites all persons .interested to attend the chapter meeting Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the First Baptist church, Olive avenue and Fourth street. Miss Clara Ble-sener, retired teacher, will show colored slides of her most recent trip to South America. Refreshments will be served following tiie program. 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Climaxing this week, which' has been designated as "MOD Week," will be a "Slide of Dimes" on the Toll Slide, Orange Show road, San Bernar-|dino, announce Mrs. Thomas Klosterman and. Mrs,. William Korneisel, local March of Dimes chairmen. "A dime a Slide" will be requested Saturday and Sunday when all area residents are invited to help ,"slide: out birth [defects," say the chairmen. The Toll slide has been donated for use for the weekend by the owner, Ed J. Earl of Corona [del Mar. The event is sponsored by Junior Women of tihe Contemporary club and all proceeds will benefit the March of Dimes. This week will also feature the annual School. Drive in which all local schools are participating. January 28 through 31 are the days -set aside for the annual volunteer march at which time families wBl take time to call on their friends and neighbors to ask for donations for the March of Dimes. A kick-off Coffee Morning is scheduled Thursday at Sage's Coffee Shop at which time the Redlands Family March will begin officially. Coffee sales that morning will be deposited in March of Dimes coin collectors placed on the Coffee Shop counters. "Community contributions provide year-round programs for birth defects -prevention, patient care, research, medical treatment and education," says'Mrs. Korneisel. "We have all known, directly or indirectly, the tragedy of parents whose childjvas born less han perfect,'' -ados Mrs. Klosterman. "We urge your support in tie many events planned for this week. Professional ACCORDION Electric Stereo UCA Was $1250 ..... OQV REDLANDS MUSIC 793-5622 �k Airline Tickets - Group & Individual Tours -k T R AVE 1 CAROL ROBINSON, Mgr. 107 EAST CITRUS AVENUE, REDLANDS, CALIF. 92373 Telephone: 793-2461 OPEN SATURDAYS 9 TO 1 She's Been Waiting for Semi-Annual  No Special Purchases  All From Regular Stock OPEN TONIGHT 'TSL 9 P.M. Tftese are the Bare Facte. 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